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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 or tnow to-day and probably fmh DECEMBER 5, 1904.-TWELVE THREE GATHER KOR CONGRESS IS HERE WHILE HE Statesmen Come in Numbers to Take Up LATE THIS YEAR ARRIVING Called to Order at Pa. was ar ATTACKED A Pittsburg Narrowly Escapes Death at Hands of Secret Dec. Peter a oused from sleep in his BANKERS ARRESTED President and Cashier of the of LOANED TO MRS. CHADWICK to-night three one of whom we have come to kill Thereupon the tinee men a. vicious attack with knives upon cutting in eighteen different The heavy and the arrival of sister And saved him from The and cousin were both cut the The assailants and all escaped except Frank wiio is in charged with i i who is twenty states j n that he incurred the enmity of the fhe Senate and the House Will Be a to the ana Bank Failed and Violation of Federal u forced to Boston to save his j life He was followed to he j LaWS IS saj and there to he was in hiding at his Tne two of tho cutting were placed in a next to the one occupied The First Meeting Will Be Formal and Yacca An Italian officer heard Yacca threaten the witnesses with the vengeance Probably Very and Little or the if they testily ness Will Be Transacted This j but Arrangements Will Be Made in the thp Meantime for Expediting Object to Mendum WiL thoroughly searched who Answer Indictment for Embezzlement from Father's N. Dec 4 3 Secret Service Man Is Stationed at the Woman's Hotel in Mew but De- nies He Is Watching wick Cables from France Expressing Confidence in His Wife and ly Denying Stories as to Her I a resident of and .ml riv to c loso up to 10 un the roster their I ml let men t him the tha of the extended conference between the State's district the who have been looking Into the National mil well is the nf 1'uml'i to Hank ot their mm or ut either ml at mul from Into lout and nil states the ear I I uf C. T. and ut sreat o i and of that wore bet n It bereft ot en the 0[ estate of his Twu arvent Into United u. ual r. The hotel Kibbles wire Koir of Marshal of illU d with happy in and Mrs. May of I nt homes In Marshal coiner were te ling how beneficiaries under j lpr personally took chareo of tha lineal had been carried or how nun had and lea for at 9 o'clock bi en left outside the In tho latter were only this landslide year to the of bespoke the earK of. Sonata and It mil probably continue to-day well up to the houi of The abac ce o anv questions as well as the many members Hum hastening on their not for ears has a session of Con- been by 1 political Pi a t rally ery governmental Thei c are few the legislative helming control nf and branches No c ui o ore be by re- the majority A little into the talk for brought action for an accounting of and soon afterward he THREE DIE IN BUYING HOME Mother and Two Sons Trapped by of Several deputies accompanied The of and Spear are the first that have been made in tho Chadwick The National with Is a creditor to tho extent of of Airs Castle whose fairs during the past week have been the cause of a great deal of The bank is capitalized at but Since the disclosure of bank's with Mrs. the and directors have held conferences and T- unu LUI to Father and Remaining Children Gaze I meetings All the time there Helplessly Upon Tragedy from the by Dec. a fire which was for its ilrs has bfen expressed by President I with at least a hope of a reimbursement 1 of the bank's loan to Mrs. but so far as known no has been President Will Not President Beckwith has been in a state nutted into the talk for was for its Mrs has been in a state Republicans who want it Rock ol 4 and I on collapse for nearly Mu rho LS entirely j two of her were burned to death R w and the four fimi it but slight en- Kock the days to his He Both Presiding Officers in The j and his son and daughter Annie 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 The forceful though P the session are kindly of the police kept them complete in Both pre- from into the flames lor and has given no intimation as to why such great turns of money have been from the bank to Mrs. When asked to explain how the transactions were brought Mr declined to make any and contented himself with 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 loved The dead hei e s m Mrs ROCK sears old Ul the ple officer or the HARDER three old en loate M m New CHARLES two 5ears old lork and toi a and a e last It was tne first i i 6 reached which Perry was j The warrants on which and AU the i mg with gasoline The first known Spears were arrested charge them with violation of the Federal banking laws Receiver Nathan receiver for ai d m 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 o the n il cor fat 3 a There were hem dui 4ng the start said M ot v. e o de- moan issued from the death chamber on j wick's said to-night he Congress the first in the waj of e business I Mrs. from her position on the i- this To-day will be de- I floor when d to calling the roll and swearing in I u w members who have been i to to nil The usual committee her side arid Charles was near the hat never a sound or ciy 01 seemed to have been and then became Harmer was found at he appointed to inform the President is in and the the Senate that a quorum u tlie is ready for business will pao the President's i will be it is not ex- i ec ted that any other business will be f Nearly aie a number of minor matter? r 1< winch may be considered been in ide toi consideration of the building by jumping from anj general It possible that L exi and jud cial 1 11 ipi i epoi ted 01 II on it will be considered in the House He eviden ly had made an effort to but his weak body was unable to withstand the onslaught of flame and The house was destroyed within ten minutes after the Tex 4. Three persons burned to death in a tire that de- a rooming house here The were John U ot Td x Albert Han of and Fred of and as no special I e guests escaped from NEW YORK THEATER Entire Audience Fled to but No One Was New Dec. 4 Panic an audience fa the Gotham Theater during a performance this afternoon when Friday is pension and there will be a thousand bills ready for the House to consider KriH adjournments of the House each i. aie expected this week in older to gne time to shape the sess on's An intimation Ins been that ob- jection maj be interposed against I shouting lire Women and children made iu a highly Her condition the oath of office to J Thomas UP the greater part of the audience. Many i was such that Dr. Moore called a would qualify in that office to-morrow morning and would then file his bond 000. Loeser also said he would try to have the chattel mortgage held by thp Elyria bank set on the ground that it is a preference and that all creditors should share In the proceedings brought about bv suit of Mr. Newton against Mrs. wide to recover a large loan frequent has been made of an attest for To-day a copy of the alleged attest was It was written on a letterhead ot the Park Banking The following is a copy of it May 23, 1902 To Whom It May I hereby certify that I have in my possession five million dollars In securities be- longing to Cassle and that neither raj no- Hie Wade Park nor any other has any claim upon the eame IRA When asked about the authenticity of this Mr Reynolds to-night refused to either affirm or deny its He said that he would talk about his dealings with Mrs. Chadwick only on the witness New Dec. 4 Chadwick re- mained in her rooms In the Holland iff who served the neither took anything with him nor put a keeper in demonstrates in his opinion the deputy's inability to find anything at- Secret Service Man on Simultaneously with the announcement from Cleveland that President of the suspended National of was to be placed under an official of the United States Secret Service appeared at the Holland and took up his station When he declared that he waa sent to the hotel and that he had been given no He went so far as to say that he did not know for whom he was After a talk on the telephone the Secret Service man said he was not interested in the Chadwick but de- absolutely to announce the nature of his the young son of Mrs. has been staying near his mother for was the subject of some Inquiry It was said that he had left This could not be It was rumored that the boy had left town with the Jewels alleged to belong to his and that she would follow him to-night or This was de- nied by who said that his client would remain in New York at least through Dr Leroy S. thp husband of Cassie K whose financial troubles been undergoing a process for the past has como out with a brief statement from To-day he cabled to Philip Mrs. Chadwick's from some the name of which Carpenter would not re- that gentleman to the published on Defended by Her aro absolutely tho to havo It 1 by Chadwick in particular In her I been by the I she In ba- persecuted by porno of lior 0r. explained that ho had his cablegram Just aa soon ns he saw tho of hla Mr. Carpenter also made n statement to-day ho abroad for his and tho Newton suit was not bi ought until some three after he Before going away Dr. Chadwick consulted me In to the Newton with I met Mr. Newton and his Boston The matter was then seemingly to the satisfaction of all and the doctor Mr. Carpenter said further that all the small creditors would be paid week and that to push the bankruptcy ings would mean only to delay of the members of the doctor's family are also bv Mrs. wick and are in entire sympathy with I know that Dr. Chadwick would be by his wife's side looking out for her If he was in this country is no doubt that fill the claims against Mrs. Chadwick will be If her smaller creditors will only exercise a little Bankruptcy ings and attachment suits do their no good and creditors to these and other harassing methods will certainly not hasten the settlement of their Chadwick lias acted in honorable in ail her dealings that have comf to my knowledge One very good evidence of this is found in the unshaken confidence still reposed in her by her largest and those who know her Dr. Chadwick's Chadwick sailed from New York on board of the French Trans- Atlantic on November 3 ship arrived at at 2 o'clock on the morning of November 10. He was accompanied by his They went to Europe for the doctor's health and for completion of Miss Chadwick's They are said to have gone from Havre on the cial boat train which left tbe sea port city early in the morning of November 10 for and arriving there in the afternoon they put up in a quiet always patronized by the physician when in the While Dr. and Miss Chadwick cannot be definitely located at tne present it is believed that they are very near and that the through his French is kept fully informed ing American Dr. Chadwick is a man in the early He was graduated from the ical of the University of in. now known as the Cleveland College of and with the class of 1877.' His entire professional life was spent ki but of late years he has no been active In. medical He has spent a great deall of time in Struggle for sion of High HELD BY JAPANESE AT LAST Twice Driven Back from Summit with Awful After Japanese Finally Gained Position the Russians Assaulted Six Re- Closing Up to Bayonet Dis- tance Only to Be Repulsed in Clearing Harbor and Another Sortie INDEX TO of Congress Bankers Arrested in. Four Days of Carnage at Port Text of Agreement with Panama Morton Wants Big Elks Pay Tribute to the to Italian Throne Senator Stone on Party's Future Trip to the Immigration Statistics for Arrests in Baltimore News of Virginia and Maryland Woman's Gift to Her Native Town Gossip of Foreign Talks with Washington's and of the World of Sports from The Post's Exports and Other Markets Friend of the Poor THOUSAND IN from a outside blew into a j Dr. her called dow and a woman ran toward an exit jn the and found Mrs. Chadwick who has been elected to fill the of them caused by the death of there was from Fifth the th excitement left the t at once took up the and tation and they made a thorough a rush for the Attaches The medical men found no eater tried In vam to quiet the bima on account of certain is alleged to have used re- garding the President of the United i TW Starts In objection should be made eater tried In vam to quiet the but said that the patient el no wal injureS was almost prostrated from the exciting events of the past They will keep COTTON SEED OIL PLANT close watch on her during the next few theie no doubt would be a spirited party would considerable time Demise of Quay and The fust act of the Senate after con- vening will be one of respect to the memory of two distinguished toi s deaths have occurred since the Spontaneous Combustion Causes Loss of at Ala. I Dec. International Cotton Seed Oil Company's plant partially destroyed by fire here this The and meal houses a total Between and adjournment of Senator j 4j00o tons of seed were The total rose immediately after the Senate is called to order will announce Senator demise and then will give way to Senator Lodge to perform a like service in the case of Senator ment for the day will follow at once and will postpone receipt of the President's CONTINUED ON THIRD Confers with Her In the afternoon Philip Carpenter was to the sick room and had a conference with Mrs. He went over the various phases of the case with especially those points which to do with the bankruptcy case in As a result of this conference Mt Carpenter decided to notify all small and is well known He has been to M and and has spent at ast one ter in the Attorney is for the statement that Mrs. ick will not leave the country until her have been 1 ut after that it is expected that she will loin her band and stepdaughter and take a long rest at some point the SIXTEEN IN All of the Holden Expected to Kansas Dec. the fifty or more persons Missouri Pacific wreck in European ITAL. Wreck V sixteen of jured In the Mo for and Xe Steamers Of Washington Steamboat foot 7th st p. connecting at loss is estimated at partially j clients that their claims would be ered by Spontaneous j this amd He called up the attorney tlon in the seed is the jor a local millinery house which posed origin of the cured an attachment the land and notified him of his in- Mr. Carpenter attaches no importance to Norfolk with steamers for New Tork and i on with at 14W G all Boston by See page 9. 2290. I and The Best RUSTS In the The Persian products of Rugs and pets the most and est to the art of rug and the writ served on Mrs. as he are by the royalty and of declared in an interview to-day that Europe and the savants of all the I wearing apparel is exempt from A recent a grand by the Messrs. late of 5th will be sold at public auction at 11407 G all of this He says the fact that Deputy Rues and Carpets at Auction To-day at U. a. m. and S p. at the Brown H yesterday are still In. hospitals In this Of those remaining Tiere the tion of Mrs. Mary of N. is the most She Is four years of but her attending believes Mrs. lett was in the rear which was precipitated into a creek more than ty feet below tjie bridge where the wreck and she was rescued from the wreck after had been chopped in the top of the car with TBE WATERCOLOR SHOW At tbe Corcoran Gallery of Art. The ninth annual exhibition of the Washington Water Color is ing much well-deserved All the leading local painters are Open every day and all evenings this Admission London Times Cablegram to Tho Washington Unofficial accounts of the capture vt High or 208-Meter nay tho began at 1 m. on whon tho of on the of JIM 900 south ot Infantry inat order from latun and reached charging Four consecutive wore livered between 3 and 4 Thn fourth but the tho Russians three counter the third of was specially and drove out the Japanese On the morning Of the of advancing by way of Redi made a distinct move on High attack began at daylight and was continued with The advancing into the valley between Red High received the fire from both and were sweeping they stormed the slopes of High Hill and captured the southeast corner of the northern face another force effected a lodgment near the parapets on the west These op- were very both sides throwing numerous down Swept Back by On the 29th the Russians made a furious counter attack and bore back the anese from the southeast and swept them down into the valley between and High They partially dislodged the Japanese from the west The clung to the trenches thirty meters below the Strong Japanese reserves now brought and when they reached the fighting line at dawn on the 30th the at- tack was renewed against the Throughout the whole forenoon the fighting was but the Rues ans gave no sign of Meanwhile the Japanese artillery found the exact range early in the and poured on the southwest angle a shower of shell which mowed down the defenders Japanese ships aided with an indirect fire from Pigeon Assault Carried OBy 5 p. m. the Russians showed signs of and the Japanese made a re- rush from their trenches on the southwest but the Russians did not and the casualties of the were At this critical ment reserves were poured Into the nese fighting with shouts which rang over the whole of Port the assailants hurled themselves repeatedly against the who at 7.30 p. broke Into groups of twenty or thirty and almost the assailants of the southeast angle pushed home their and the whole fortress was occupied at p. m. Six Counter After this Red Hill was carried but the same night the whose large summoned by tele- had arrived just too ered six separate counter the sixth of which continued from 4 a. m. till noon of December 1. The Russians re- closed up to bayonet and there was a series of d the assailants falling back ard again after e the Russians retreated to Ants s- and leaving the Japanese in assured The capture of this hill is regarded as very as the Russian ships are now exposed to direct The Russians have diligently renewed operations for ON SECOND Magnificent Pageant ia Honor of the Inauguration of President Mexico Dec. Under the radiant tropical sun and through streets whose were lavishly adorned with ers wrought into designs of great whose balconies were hung in the old Spanish with lacr and aa well us modern forenoon a procession in honor nf the of Some persons took part In the great a and Secretary Taft and President Amador DUTIES ARE TO BE REDUCED Free Trade Between Canal Zone and Isthmian No Trade to Enter United Canal Ports Except Supplies for tion of Canal and Articles in United States Postage Rates to Pre- to Become Effective When Panama Establishes Gold of lined HIP HIP unit even iui ijn Hut roof Thorn many tourism In tho city unit tho and floated Tho of tho Club many of the nnd front the Jockey Club WUH covered with In procession wero of all and and the display of cars or floats was tho finest ever seen Each division of the great procession was headed by a detachment Mexico's finest cavalry In their buff leather who a picturesque The started at bronze statue of Charles passed up Avenida San and Plateros to the grand and was by President Vice President and brilliant company of dies and gentlemen from the balconies of the national palace Among the distinguished Northern ors were Gen. Joseph Ins been singled out by the government and military officers for marked also Postmaster General of and The procession 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 Gas Company Receiver Recovers Alleged Illegal Issue Valued at 4 terms of the settlement of the case of George Wharton receiver of the Bay State Gas 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 Mr. Addicks and the directors of the company returned to Re- Pepper shares of the 000 with par value of which were alleged to have issued For the shares the defendants are to pay the re- which is the amount from the defendants by the sale of the stock in open This payment in sixty days is secured to the receiver by a bond of Mr. Addicks and his and also a bond given by Senator all James and Daniel J. ir. FROM HOME BY W. Emlen Cousin of Helped Fight New 4 cousin of the at the of a bucket brigade composed of servants of his 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 A line of hose was quickly run Into the and the fire was put During the excitement following the discovery of the blaze the butler jumped Irom a window and sprained his He was taken to a hospital The fire and smoke made the house un- tenable and Mrs. Roosevelt and her daughters sought refuge at the home of a HUSBAND UNDER The Calvert Sale Take the 9'45 or 10 a. m. any later hour up to 2 p. electric car from 15th and G this morning for Calvert Mansion home of the of Lord where a quantity of antique furniture will be sold by Sloan Ko postponement on account of Ar- rangements have been made with Knox's Express whereby purchasers have their Roods hauled to at reasonable Teams and packers of the Co. will be in New C. O. u. one Neighbors Suspect Violence in Case of Woman New Dec. or was dead to-day m j. room in a street and occupants last of an adjoining room say that they heard groans and noises of a quarrel gle coming from the room in which she Joseph who occupied tiie room with the is to be her is under An autopsy been ordered by the he thinks that probably sine died from natural No Information as to himself or the woman can be obtained by the police from Author Commits New Dec. Harrison author of Wix of and a special writer for a local 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 Warmer was an thirty-nine years and was a graduate of the Cambridge Law Dee tho States which tho visit of of to tho were to-day by thn of tin order bv lor and to In u to nf 1'nnit- The order 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 fot of the and articles In transit being This the customs nt these ports over to the government of Panama agrees to reduce her tariff from 15 per ad to 10 per This i eduction applies to all ma also to reduce her consular fees and port charges to GO per of the rates at present Absolute free trede is to between the canal zone and the Republic of ma. Vessels entering the canal ports are free entry to the ports of Colon and and vessels entering the latter ports aie extended the same leges in the canal ports Complete jurisdiction is granted the United States in tho of Colon and Panama as to sanitation and tme regulations Parama her rate of postage to two cents and is to furnish all stamps in the and 111 the canal The zone authorities are to purchase stamps Irom Panama at 40 per cent ot their face v The order of Secretai y Taft is to be ineffective until Panama shall put into effect the according to the agreement of June 20, 1904. Jt also makes a. stipulation regarding of in the canal and provision is also made in order for maintenance by the States of important in and out of the canal anil also for the building of a hospital Text of the The order is made effective December 12, 1904, and the full text of it is as lows Panama Dec 2 direction of tile It ordered that subject to the action of the as contemplated by the act of Congress approved April 28, 1S04 Section 1 No Importations of goods and merchandise shall be entered at Ancon or the terminus ports of the such and merchandise as are described in article U of the treaty between the Republic of Panama and the United the ratifications ol which exchanged on the 26th day of and except and in transit across the Isthmian zone fur a destination without the limits of eaid and except coal and crude mineral oil for fuel purposes to be sold at Ancon or Cristobal to seagoing said coal and oil to be admitted to these ports Tree of duties for said purposes It Is that this order shall be in- operative unless tbe Republic of shall reduce the ad valorem on articles tie scribed in the act of the national of passed 5, 1904 and took ef feet October 12 1904, from 15 per cent to 10 per cent and shall not Increase the on the ar- ticles described In the other schedules of said act except on all forms of liquors alcohol and on the republic fix higher rates unless article 38 of the constitution of the Republic of as modified bj 146 thereof shall remain in full force and un changed so far as the importation and sale of all kinds of merchandise are less the consular fees and charges of t ic public of Panama IB respect to the of all and importations into said ports of and Colon shall be reduced to 60 per cent of the rates now in force 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 Reciprocal Docking Privileges Sec. 2 In view of the of the port of Ancon to the port of and of the port o' Cristobal to the port of the proper custom or port officials of the canal zone when not consistent with the Interests of tbe United States al the Instance of the proper authority of the Republic of permit any entered at or cleared from the ports ot Panama and Colon together w ith its cargo and under suitable regulations for the transit of the im- ported merchandise and passengers to and the territory of tbe Republic of to use and enjoy the and other of ports CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE A cough will be quickly Cure for 25c. Sleepers and Parlor Cars On Seaboard trains to Camden and 1421 Pa. ave.
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