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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST IBYERTISISIISDIDI In tlie Mountain VOL SALT CITY UTAH FBIDAY JTJLY 11 1890 PRICE FIVECENTS Bis Jew State Is at the Mercy of Mormon Hordes DUBOISS ABVGE WAS IGNORED Why the Democrats Wasted Four Days on Silver Senators JtJnclorMonicnt of the Capital Notes LAKE Traunxw BrrnEAtr 1 M7 Pour teen th Street WARIIINOTON 0 July JO Carey of Wyoming re lieved evening The President slgriod the Vyyorninjf adttilsslon ut Llils and the tribulations of the Wyoming oxclclegalo arc over Mr 6nroy was very free in the expression of his opinion earlier in tho session that the Idaho bill was likely lie seriously delayed on account of tho totoath clause Ho ad vised Delegate to clrup ids Mormon fight ou which he congratulated himself that ho had not entered on tho other hand sidvlficcl Cnrtvy to Insist on tho testoath clause In his own bill if ho uxpeutod to lnivo auy pollfcjcul peace in his own State when ad mitted result IH that Idaho gained lt that IJsh his forces lu the neighborhood of the American Consulate at Seoul for Us protec tion in caso of necessity SKXATOKS IN CAUCUS Lho Republican H now serious that an Influx of Mormons from Huh and Idaho will under StiSlnigo clsuHO of tho IMW Stale hold balance of power atrd threaten tho supremacy of Americanism in Wyoming The four days debute in tho Senate over tho Silver bill compromise report onded late this afternoon The report WHS adopted as evHy Demount that It was Lo be and as nvory Ueiuihliuiut Intended It might just as well have been agreed to on Monday afternoon had not ISenator Gorman Insisted thattlio party policy demanded a party as ftitiilt on tiio measure so we tumi had four of Democratic bellowing varied by an occasional report from tho Republican side LiUo nil aoinpromises the report is eu tirisiysutirtfuctury neither side but Sen ator Jonoit who responsible for its lib erality in bullion purchases aud uoln be lieves It is a groat and safe step towards free coinage and laughs at tlio nowborn of monoruotallists on llib Domoonitlc side to discredit the mous tire tlio Interests of silver as a money metal Ho fools as every free oolnage Republican fools that to havu permitted liberal sliver luglslaUoji to IKIVO failed because ubiiolnk free coinage was unobtainable would not have been acceptable to tho country llo believes that the compromise bill will pavo the way speedily to a free coinage measure which will carry because country will havo lonrnuti through tlie operation of the present law that tho appre hended dangoru of froo coinage are laments of this imagination Ho is willing to risk hir splendid reputation as the greatest American advouatu uf froo coinagethat the bill will exult instead oC degrade silver will furnish a needod of tlio currency bjuerl on silver will rapidly advance tho prioo of sliver towards a parity with gold and will hasten uti international agree ment for tho general rehabilitation of silver to Ita former position The sole aim of the Democratic assault on k tho conference report lias boon to throw dust in the eyes of the country and to con I vincD them that Rupublican votes alone have stood In the way of the free coinage bills The four years record of the Cleve land administration stands however In tho way of this little schomo and all tho politi cal clytmuilto which can bo exploded lu Con gress will not remove it Senator Teller made a vigorous speech at the close of tho debate in which ho served notice ou the Scutate that another Congress would demand ami rouulvu froo coinage and that the struggle for the complete restoration Of silver has juat begun lie assailed Senator Dolnh for stating that ho and his associates had boon converts from their de mand for froo coinages and denounced him for misrepresenting his own constituency on tho Question Tlio conference report is not likely to come up In tho House this week Speaker Reed is anxious to Have a quorum of Republicans present when tte nienauro is considered and will wait for a full House before having the report taken up and agreed to TNSPKOTIOX WASHINGTON July 10 Associated Press 1 The ot State at tho suggestion of Secretary Rusk hns effected arrangements for tho ap pointment of three veterinary for tho purpose inspecting all American cut tle hind Ing in Great Britain Tho Secretary said today the restrictions of tho British up07i tho importation of beef this country on the groundless plea of continued existence of contagious cuttle disease in the United States were un and had lasted long enough lie now proposed to prove to tho satisfaction of the British authorities that no disease exists in this country to warrant these re strictions If mnlntninad in apito ofthis evidence some other cause must bo assigned for them TO SATJVATJOK The navy department has received infor matlonof the trouble imminent between Salvador nnd Guatemala ind has ordered the United States steamers nnd to proceed together to Central America and ook after tho protection of American interests AN OF CONORKSS Representative Williams Ohio intro duced a concurrent resolution In the House today whioivwas referred to the Commit tee on that tho President of thi Sonato and tho Speakerof tho to close the present session of tlio Fiftyfirst Congress by adjourning the respective houses July JK COUEA No information has been received at the Nuvy Department in regard to the report that Btiar Admiral Bolknup commaudinpc States forces on the Asiatic had u mlertakfln to protect fihp IC3rig ofCoroa The Federal Election Bill and Other Matters Discussed WAsrrrNOTOjs July Republican Senators were in caucus three hours fconfght discussing the order of business The out come was a decision to conclude considera tion of tlio pending shipping bills and then take up the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill There was a prolonged debate respecting the places to be assigned the Tariff bill and Jllvcr uul Harbor bill us Mell as ex pondloueyof considering the National Elec tion bill at this but no decision was reached ft WHS before tho mat above referred to wore disposed of the Democratic policy would bo sufficiently re vealed to guide tlio Kipiiblloans in formu lating measures to minst the situation The speeches tonight showed that there was a decided majority for tho Federal Election bill and It is said no one strongly objected to but i fairly good number showed a groat doal of JiikcwarroJiesson the subject There was almost unanimity hi the opinion that it will be absolutely neces sary to nropt the closure rule in order to pass tho bill and Senators KdninndH Teller and a few of the other old Senators thought vvoulfl outweigh the benefit to come from tho passage Senator Edmunds suggested setting it out hut developed that for ono reason or another some said plainly hot weather they did nob propose to do this These Sen fitors favored mowing or ad journing was from the West that the Indifference to the bill came though at loiist ono a rid it ia said two Senators were by no means favorable to it Senators Aldrich and Irigalls of the Kiflos Committee wwo among those who favored a rule to stop debate and Senator Tell IIP was even more determined his op position to it than Senator Edmunds A TRUSTYS BRUTAL DEED 3113 COMMITS AN OUTRAGE KV IS A Slnnur fit JUomly JOn3 War In and OUR MARINES They Protect the ling and May Have to Fight THE NEWS FROM FOREIGN LAMBS and but slightly known race could be opened up to Miss Sharp wilt remain in this country only a short time Her intention is to re turn to Africa1 to pursue her explorations SALISBURYS MOST A KB The to The Debate in Parliament Yester day The Crowned Heads Send Greetings to the American Kifie Peasants Burned Maokays Slanderers CAXVON Cm July t practice over since the pen itentiary was started of permitting trns work outside tho walls unguardoc by armed guards 1ms at last resulted in heinous outrage Thomas Stitusou a col ored convict who was scnb for larcenj from Arapahoo uounty for two years anc whoso time expires in December slippot away from the garden foreo on tho Hcln ranch two miles oast of town at 10 oclocl this niijvuliig lie walked deliberate toward town and when half way herb h went to tho house of Young Talmari bru tally nssatilted his wife a suit o clothes nud went to the river where Mr IPpas son was fishing and who had a flee horse hitched noa Ho stole tho horse came up to town and when last seen wa crossing Lincoln park in the direction o the Mounted guards with bloodhounds Startedinhotpursuit and they are onl twenty minutes behind him and doubt the brute will bo overtaken and his body left as food for tho buzzards before nightfall The citizens will insist that no more trusties bo allowed to work on farm or gardens without a proper force of armed guards 1C it takes a vigilance committee to enforce their delurmlnatlou Convict Stlmsons crime proves to have been deliberately planned ho having choked his victim until she was powerless to move Warden Lumping says ho has no room foi Uielipud at the pen It is sure wli not bo troubled with him A OKAYHEADED FIBXD LBADVILLK July to James Miller an old gray hoiKled man oC sixty years has been ar rosted charged with v most fiendish crime upon the person of little Gertie Burr twelve yearsof age Miller Is a bartender and llvas ulcno in a house adjoining Mrs Burr Tuesday evening Gertie and a little friend named Welsh while passing Millers house were called to his door The old man seized Gertie and throw hor upon a couch The child struggled to got free whereupon Mil ler tied hor with a rope and accomplished his purpose The girls were kept in the house until 5 oclock the next morning when they were liberated and The Burr girl was threatened with death If she revealed to any ono what had happened She immediately wenthome and told her mother who notified the ofll ecrs Miller was not captairod until today when ho was placed under bail and lodged in jail A UACB IUOT GnmMN July Associated Press fatal raco riot occurred at Starrs If tho Iluitotl States to Corca in hfs flagship Sivatara fof cooperate country with hita upholding la TJfjrh ts and interests of American supjccts 1 at the In trbublos further than t Four negroes were killed and six wounded two of whom reported as dying Eight whites wore shot but it is thought only one of them fatally making nineteen in all killed and wounded Tho trouble started with a row between a darkey was sell ing wine and a white man Tho quarrel was taken up by others Until many became involved Shooting soon became general After emptying their weapons a donuuul was made to a merchant for more ammunition Ho refused to sell but the in furiated rioters helped themselves to all he had There were over five hundred people on the ground and it is a mystery that the shooting was not more fatal In its results A RACE WAR OjnUKATENED July special to the Sttn from Charleston W says There arCgrave fears of a race war in Pooa hontas mining region Ou the eveningof July Oth acouple of hundred colored minors who had been on an excursion on the folk aud tho Western road wore returning home Many were under tho influence of liquor They sot upon a white man in the train und ti nearly killed him Four of the railroads detectives who wore on tho train interfered and a terrible light ensued in which the detectives wore badly done up und ono negro shot and others badly beaten Tho train was stopped at that station and the citizens saved tho detectives lives Since then the feeling has been very bitter and trouble ismomentarily expected STKVBIfSS AUVKRTISEMEKT ft NEwroUTj R July ParahSto vons is reported to be the victim of 11 heavy diamond robbery nnd detectives are now working on the case Thersruoimt of valu ables missingis estimated from 000 to This report is thought to bVoxaggpratecl and to the1 correct iigures tothOcaso There are peculiar toatures Clothing Cutters iacturers Association of glventiOtioo to their 1000 cutters ti will bo locked out Saturday takenJn for the on1 i will be tluown but YOKOHAMA July TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Clironide Seoul has been occupied by American marines and is virtually in the hands of Americans The uneasiness in English and Russian naval circles which was so pronounced as to ren der every one on the alert for a fortnight past is just explained in an unexpected way Instead of the Russians having occupied Coroa as was generally supposed when the British ships began to pull into the harbor the modest United States steamer Swa lying olY Shevnalpo sent her ofHccrs and marines to Seoul They are DOW living in the Kings palace Admiral Bolknap was appealed to by the King for protection Ho promptly gave it Com tn and or McGowun aud his stail are vis iting with the King and his two American advisers Denny and General Togeldre The Swatara lies off tho city flying the stars and stripes and developments are anxiously watched for The American naval authorities hero have taken serious responsibility and there is a probability that if tho Internal trouble takes a serious turn they will have to tight their way out of tho country AJiTEH MRS SFAOKAYS SLANDERERS LONDON July The following notice appears in the morning newspapors of Lon don toclay p A RE WARD ALL KINDS 0 P slanderous reports liayo been maliciously iiivcjiuul jiud circulntec in London sopieLy uon cerninu Mackayuiul fumily The latest of fonsu is thuuiroiiliUion oT tin from a soiirrilous uowspiipcr The editor and publisher are being at once prosecuted in Amovicti We nro by Mr John W jMuokuy to olfcr aveward pi Lo any person or persons who slinll within one calendar month honi the ilute thcreofj supply sunicicnfc evidence to lead to the conviction in J3nghuul oi Uic per sons circulntiughoro the IalsosUitementsruLcrrud to Johnson JJudd John Austin Friars Loit don solioitors Mrs Mackay refuses to say what are th circumstances thatled to the insertion o tho advertisement The solicitors also re fuse to make anyexplanation TUB SvORK LODON July 10 Associated Notwithstanding tho fact that the Postmens Union decided last night that a strike would bo inaugurated today unless the black legs In the employ ofthe postoffice were dismissed the as a1 body this morn ing resumed th a duties their leaders advised them that the present was not ir opportune time to attempt to enforce then demands A small number ofmalcontehtf did not report for duty The lice authorities state that tiheyhave applica tions from men desiring positions sufaciejr to Jill all tho vacancies Two hundred parcels postmen iiave been dismissed A number ofnonunion post men are working with the union postmen Tho nonunionists are protected by polico tnon Tho union postmeu seein Avealcening The delivoxy of letters in a few sections was suspended this morning In other sections tho deliveries wore delayed two hours Tribune Advises Call Off Her Dogs NEW YORK July Trlhunz editorial on the Behring sea matter tomorrow will say that Congress his wisely in calling for the correspondence on the con troversy It is says the edit orial that Lord Salisbury is advancing some most absurd contentions There is some reason to believe that a certain qual ity of menace has been imparted to his later tones Some curious military and naval operations have been going on lately about our coasts Great Britain has been strengthening her splendid defenses at Halifax and increasing the naval and mili tary forces there adding to her fleet at the Bermudas and Bahamas and sending a considerable squadron to Behring sea If she desires this display to be interpreted by tho United States as a menace she is engaged in a foolish and regrettable business It is not agreeable to a spirited people to feet that an effort is being macic to awe them into submission by a display of force We can imagine no proceeding on Eng lands part more likely the American peoplethat Behring sea isa closed sea than the presence of British gun boats in the neighborhood We can fancy no demonstration more admirably calcu lated to unite this country in a termination to persist its extreme de mandsfchan the sight of British cruisers hov ering aronnd our Atlantic coasts desirable that Great Britain tshbuld appre ciate this point Americans cannot suppose this u nusual warships3s an ex pression of genuine BritishsontJtuent but whatever it means it serves nogood pur pose and the British Government will do it self a favor by ordering its cruisers IN BOTH HOUSES Morgan Attacks the Silver Report for Three Hours HOW THEY BROKE THE BANK A JOLLY TARTY OF BOOKIES DROP A FOItXUNE One Mans Sport Cost Him an Hour ami tlio Party Deposited Duringthe Sitting Tn tho House of Commons today W H Smith Government leader stated in view of tho late period of the session the Gov ernment has decided not to proceed with the standing order relating to the postpone ment of bills from one session to another It also decided to drop thoTrish LandPurchase bill arid the Tithes bill during the present session but to again introduce them at tho next session which would open in Novem ber Smith said ho trusted that before tho House prorogues it would pass tho bill pro viding lor the Heligoland to Ger many the LocalTaxation bill the bill pro viding for the housing of the working classes and the Census bill Sir William Yovnon Harcourt said he hoped tho Government would consult the House about holding a meeting of Parlia ment in November Gladstone expressed a similar wish Smith saicVthat tlie Government was sat isfied as to the convenience of the session opening in SALISBURY ON AirniCA In tho House of Lords this evening Lord Salisbury moved a second reading of the bill to provide for the cession of to Germany B ogeudrally belittled the im portance of the island to the English and magnified tho advantages to be derived from its transfer Referring to the African clauses1 in tho AngloGerman agreement he argued as long as the hands of another power the English Interests to the northward could be Interfered with TJnder the con ventionthere was not the slightest chance for such interference until the confines qf Europe wore reached Ho urgedthat an exclusive English protectorate over Zanzi bar would assist in the suppression of the slave trade and develop commerce of England and ludia There was no treason ho said to apprehend convention with any European power After debate by Lord Hoseberry and Earl Kimborly the bill second read ing AMERICANS BERLIN July A banquet was given today in honor of the visiting riflemen Emperor William sent telograiu Christiana oxprcssinE Eru Francis Joseph King Humbert and King Leopoldsent cordial greetiugs While the aiicoinpanying Eniperor William was entering a gun on board the exploded terribly injuring five of the crew July According to advices receivedhero a number of Armenian joasauts at to pay iaxes wore burned alive by the Turkish oapteohs v Miss Sharp of Brooklyn Pays NEW YORK an Francisco Sharp scbool ias j iis t Africa Miss SharpV Wiio luXher directly to tiberia and thence star ted ior tli icklyvdnh wide Held lor the study of a moat interesting v I NEW YORK July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle stiory of a merry escapade inwhich some book makers figured to the tune of was noised about intJae inner circle ofthe bet ting ring at Monmoutli Park yesterday Saturday last a royal day for tlio ring Favorite favorite was bowled over with amazing regularity aud money flowed in great streams into One of tho most daring of was P Aisall who is known on every race track in the country as Ho proposed that a b spent iii the of the Wyoming and atLongliraucb Barney Michaelsi and I Charley itiie ofTibree aud organized r party and went to After dinuerthey went through the gates biiliiantly lighted path thatleads to the most on the continent All chose faroand sopr the saslied and tennis skirted dudeswho wore shootingawaytheir small change at the rouletteWheelsstood about aud looked at thehundredsthat were gliding to and fro in com over the tables of the All had fair luck save He was begirinhigto Jose heavily though stoically when he suggested a raising of the limit The dealer Ahearii a grayhaired expert was not auxious to do of the house ho admittedcou Id bei wttsentirely at the option of thohouse There1 were a few ciuestions asked in a quiet way answered just as riot satisfactorily to the bookies who arose cashed in what chips wore before them and passed out A comparison of notes showed tliat the entertainmentup to that hour had cost them closeto It was steep but theywere in for it and in their abiding faith tliat a ig born every andthat every sucker will play they recked not of the Barney Michaels assured them that there was no need of their goingto the hotel and dreamingItueir life away he re minded themthat a brotherbookmaker Bnliard ran a thename of the and that liis money was just as anybody Billiard was reached and the party weite greeted as a set of prodigalsons Thei game began at p ni and it was finishedonly when the bookies rose up on Sunday night exhausted physically andlighter in pocket by between and when they entered Eolo wastheheaiviest loser individually nnd tho laigest game phenomenal ran of lack at it for over three hours Chips whose value was raised to lay stacked side andne was not less ahciad when dawn At 2V6clock Davis in his his pocket book at the close looking consid than when he began Michaels jpniy duo whphad not until then played He was but awoke and at y the game wi th dis astrous Eole got up at d and sat down to rebuild hadbeen gradually wasting on hiin He seeined nervous though ne spoke littler Indeed in all thehours he spent r in tho house notspokena hundred words viciously but lost its tonched seemedto His chips tiaii gone time after time did down into his other had With the minutes oclock he pulled out marked tothedealer that he wouldbid him good day got and walkedoht Into theopen inearly loser He epntuiuonslyAfbr thirteen hoursand the cost blniiaboiit Noteswerecbm pared with his friends ment they publics THE REPORT IS THEN ADOPTED A Warm Political Discussion in the Member From Arkan sas Qfiotos Scripture and Grosvcnor Shows Up the Democratic Record Officers of of S b aw of Wisconsin suprem e W of Kentuclcy supremo i Vicechancellor Diego master of e S J Willey Wilni 1 keeper recordsand E r atarmsj rraiiciscp n ner ng asfast get away The irill a total A dispatchjfrcm S5 A dispatch jfrcm am afternoon nonthj of dry weather and too ood In a t V WASHINGTON July Senate re sumed consideration of tho conference re port on the Silver bill and was addressed by Morgan in opposition to tho report He ex pected the day was to be a crisis in the question of the currency of the United States a as much so in regard to the demonetization of silver and the confining of coin to the single Sold standard as was the act of 1S73 He did not know but the effect of tho vote to be taken today if it should result in the adoption of the conference bill would not be really more fatal to the pros pects of silver coinage in the future than the act of 1ST3 The legislation of 1S73 had said an act of coldblooded assas sination of tho silver It presided over by tho same Senator whose fine Italian hand was to bo seen in the conference bill which was a total departure from the action of both House and Senate and essentially new as if it had been a novel written by the Senator from Ohio within the last five days went on to speak of the legislation on allimportant matters being now entirely controlled by conference committees com mittees of arbitration whose proceedings were secret so that if such committee were bribed to the extent hundred million dollars no Senator would be permitted to find it out This statement was challenged andcaused some sidetalk betweenMorgan Allison and Sherman Morgan resumed his argument against the conference bill and called the attention of tho friends of free coinage particularly of tho Senator from Colorado to the fact that the same fine Italian hand which framed the act of 3873 operated in the conference bill to destroy utterly any hope 6f the demoneti zation oE silver so long as it remained unre pealecl He predictedthat when the others of the conference came to 7ealize what they had done they would feellike kicking them selves over a tenacre Held Tbe bill would monornetallize the country and would make gold the only thing with which to pay debts or buy property Tho craft of the Senator from Ohio could not after twelve mouths of have fixed up a bill that would more thoroughly destroy silver forever as money Morgan spoke for three hours and closed with an appeal to the Senators not to allow the Senator from Ohio Sherman to thrust again into silver Callalso argned against the conference report Plumb its favor Tho conference bill would country as much money during the next year as freticoinage would give The bill long stdp in the right belief if the bill be comes a nicely and easily will it work so helpful will it be to all the people of the United States that tho next step will be free Ho would vote for the con ference bill regretting that it is no better andglad that it is no worse After further debate a yoto was taken and the agreed yeas 39 nays as follows YEAS Frye Hipgiiis Hisuock Jones McMilliu Sanderson Mitchell Moody Pierce Aldrioh Allen Allison Blair Casey Ciillora Davis Dixou Dolph Edmuiids Evarts Farwell Blackburn Call Garlyle Platt Plumb Power Quay Sanders Sawyer Sherman Spooner Squire Stewart Stockbridgo Coke Colqiiitt Daniel Faulkner Gibson Gormau Hnmpton Jones Xonna McPherscn Pasco Ransom lieagau Turpie Vanca Yoorhccs Wai The following pairs were announced Hale and Gray Chandler and Brown Pad dock aud Eustis Teller and Berry Wilson Iowa and Adjourned House July Democratic programme was carried out by Quthwaite Ohio raising tho point order of no quorum The speaker glanced over the ar ray of empty seats the point Is well McCreary moved a call of He was not sus tained by his party colleagues however On a voce vote the motion appeared lost Allen demanded the yeas and nays The vote resulted yeas 112 nays 70 Ohehundred members wereV A quorum having McCreary movedto dispense with proceedings under the call but was antagonized by his own side of the Honse and on demand of Byhnm the yeas and nays were Further proceedings were dispensed nays and the journal of yesterdays proceedings read Enloe asked to have the journal that it recorded that on a cer voting lie wasnot present at any time during vote Kogers made this atext for an at tack on A the Souse had listened free ballotand fair count fair count could not beobtained eyen in the1 Hethenproceeded andcom ment Speaker North AmencanjItcvtew On elec apology for the Elections Gpiiir inenting fact V that lueihbers the hev was quotation1 f tit servant enter tho into the sei vice of the poin ting to the Speaker Willianis then rose pro de the Diplomatic and Consular bill considered was evident if legislation was to bo had the Republican Representatives must be in their places and must do the legislating If gentlemen were absent on account of sick ness he hoped they would speedily recover ami come back If they were absent by leave ot the House he was satisfied they would return There were important bills to be passed There were silting wrong fully in this House members not entitled to sit here and the Republicans owed it lo themselves to seat the men who were entitled to the scats in spite of all the scolds in the United States Republican ap MeMilliu contended that a mem ber must bo presenp and refuse to vote in order to give the Speaker a right to record liis name The gentleman from Illinois Cannon had said the Democrats did not want to consider tho Diplomatic and Con sular Appropriation bill That bill appro priated 15 per cent more than than tho cur rent law yet the gentleman having it in charge attempted to push it through after fifteen minutes debate Against that Dem ocrats protested and the result was the waste ot time of wliich complaint was made Why should tho Republicans complain of the Democratic side when they hud the responsibility attending a large majority which they had made by questionable meth ods If they wanted to do business let them bring their members back from fish ing electioneering and summer resorts Grosvenor Ohio said that when the Democratic party obstructed legislation he did not complain nor did he wonder at the present exhibition of obstructive tactics made by tho Democrats of the house The school in which the Democratic party was trained was a school of obstruction It was totally incompetent to be a leader of public sentiment or to project any new ideas of policy or to carry into actual execution any affirmative policy it mSght advocate before the people While the country had been going forward with rapid strides the Democratic party stood holding on to the coat tails of progress The gentleman from Tennessee McMillin said no mat ter what tho country wanted It must not look to the Democratic side for assistance Send for the Ropnbli members if something was needed here Do not depend on the Democrat party for it is incapable morally politically and in every other wayof doing anything but holdingon The attempted fraud practiced upon the country by the Democratic talk about farm mortgages had become i laugh ing matter to the Democrats when a man spoke seriously on the subject Tbe Agri cultural Committee of theHuusohad a num ber of important measures to report does it not do it Democratic party has obstructed legislation to the extent ot more than onequarter of the time oi this Congress Continuing Grosvenor extolled the pres ent code of rules Tho Democrats would never repeal or materially modify this They would camp tomorrow night where the Republicans camped last night and say they were always in favor of this Grosvenor reviewed the legislation en acted by the Republicans in the present Congress and then proceeded to criticise tho Democrats for their obstructive tactics Let them be continued he said let them keep it up let them abuse their constitu tional privilege to order roll calls but let it be understood that the American people know what theywere doing and how they were doing it The American peo ple would decide between the Republican party the Democratic party and with their verdict they would bo entirely content on the Repub lican side and cries of Thompson Thomp son from the The journal was then nays The conference report on the Diplomatic and Consular Appropriation bill was 114 nays 00 Funston submitted and the House passed the report of the Agricultural Ap propriation bill The House thenwont into Committee of the Whole on the Land Grant Forfeiture bill McAdoo N spoke of tbe efforts of the Democratic House to forfeit unearned land grants and of the steady opposition of the Senate to those Now both houses being in control of the Republicans a compromise had been patched up The ponding nieasure might well be entitled a bill to compound a felony with railroads which have Pending farther discussion the committee rose and the House adjourned THE ELKS GRAND LODGE They Revise tbe Constitution On a More Democratic Basis July Grand Lodge of Elks finished business today A com mittee was appointed to secure an injunc tion against the New York societies The constitution was revised Tho new consti tution was The new constitution provides that each shall not elect more than one representative and such delegate mustbe a past exalted ruler The government of the order has been placed upon a more democratic The Grand Lodge will hold meetings place it sees fit and not in New York City as heretofore The rank of was abolished and all members will be known in the future as Elks The temperance question was freely dis cussed prohibiting the use of liquor at social The next meeting will beheld on the third Tuesday of The were elected today W 0 esquire 0 Clarke Sprague Rochester N grand innerguard and G Reynolds Hartford chaplain NEW INCENSED members of New York lodge Noilof Elks are very much incensed at the the grand lodge in Cleveland Their attorney having secured aninjunct5on against the grand lodge meet ing in prosecute for contempt of court every member of the Cleveland comes within the juris dictionof New THRIVE THE STATE MOST EDUCATE Archbishop Ireland Comes Out in Favor of Compulsory School laws THE RELIGION OF MAJORITY Should Be Taught in State Schools Topics IHscusscdL at Yesterdays Session of the Educa tional Meet WHERE JOHN W ST July third days session of the Educational Association was called to order promptly Another immense crowd was present The committee on nominations reported in favor of William E Garrett Nashville for president Among the vice prcsukMits are T M Baker of Denver and E B McKlroy Salem Ore The secretary is E 11 Cook of New Brunswick N mid a di rector from each State represented in the convention Archbishop Ireland of St Paul read the iirst paper on tho topic State union between thorn impossible In open ins h is spooch ho declared his loyalty to the Constitution and said ho upheld the parish school but would have all schools State Tho imparting of instruction to tho child was primarily a function of the parent The State intervenes wherever the family could or would not do the work needed Ho unreservedly favored State laws making instruction compulsory In struction was so much needed by each citi zen for his own sake and that of society that tho father w3io nepleeted to provide for his childs instruction sinned against society und it behooved tho State to punish him Of course he said the parent enjoyed the right to educate his child in a manner suit able to himself provided always the educa tion given in this manniir sufficed for tha ulterior duties of the child toward himsolf and society The compulsory laws recently enacted in certain States of the Union are objectionable only in a few of their individ ual clauses The State school ho said tended to the elimination of religion from the minds and hearts of the youth of country This he said was his grievance against the State schools of today There could be no religious teaching where prin ciples of nonsectarianism rule It fol lowed then that the child would grow up In a belief that religion was of minor im portance and religious indifference would bo his creed The State naed not teach re ligion but for the sake of its people and for Its own sake it should facilitate and permit action of the church but it hindered this action As a solution of the difficulty he would permeate the regular State schools with the religion of the majority of tho children of tho land be it as Protestant as Protestantism could be and would do as they do in England pay for secular instruc tion given in denominational schools ing to results that Is each pupil passingex aminatlon before State officials and in full accordance with the State secureto hisschool the cost of the tuition a pupil in the State school In conclusion the Archbishop protested against the charge that the schools of tho nation have their enemies among tho olicsa Catholicswere loyal to the coun try anddemauded a Christian State Oscar H Cooper State Superintendent of Schools of Texas read tbe next tho same general subject Cooper bcld that compulsory education laws contra vent tho fundamental idea which is dominant in tho development of American institutions a minimum of law thoroughly enforced with a maximum of freedom Rather than com pulsory laws be favored better schools A general discussion on of compulsory laAvs was participated in by Aaron Govo of Denver Hon James O Pierce of Minneapolis Superintendent Gol yer of Oregon and State Superintendent Thayer of Wisconsin This afternoon United sioner of Education Harris delivered anad dress to tbe Normal department on the dif ference between normal and high school methods The art department elected Mrs Johnson Carter of New York president for tho com ing year MJss Lilian Jacobs of Rockford vice president and Professor Collins of Denver secretory Professor Alexander Wlnchell of Michigan University advocated early education In geology before the department on education Gustave Guttenborg of IMtts burg followed with a paper on the science of training in the primary and grammar departments while Miss Ala bama told of tho prison schools in the min ing camps The main topic at the evening session was The place aud function ofthe Agricultural Papers were read by D L Keihle of Minnesota and Lewis McLouth of South Dakota While this Tneeting was In session the alumni of many colleges and tmiversi ties were meeting in social reunions THE SPORTING RECORD ARegatta Races and Ball Games July East ern Yacht Club regatta this afternoon was spoiled by a calm and fcho race declared oft before the yachts got half way over tho course The Races MoiorouTH Tuly won Sluggard second Euriis third Tinie v Threefourths of a won Lln triguante second Time Shrewsbury Royal won Tristam second Cassias third Time Seveneighths of u Clarendon second Tulla JJlackburu iW to the mandedithe pus p Speaker counting a Eitliian and Wi f sppkeats6me engttf names ubllcans had bee Jais morning Bogers wasted an icans It was oftvi did not want to They did not Chinese Colonists to Be Settled in South era Mexico CrrroF MEXICO Dis Chronicle a wealthy San Chinaman who has associated with him J Mowry an attorney of the same city and wtib are now liave just purchased of Ian ori the is tli m us of Tebauitepec will complete today the purchaseof another large tract on which in d igq tobaccp and it is belie y be the tracts large colonies will be established at Wag YiavWanVand leave for China Tjy wayi of San Wmorrow for the Chinese tempera ture it of beltlic Chinese ever any federal Government Mile a ad a Penzaoce Wood second Kirnpland Threefourths of a Eon won Worth second Geraldinc third Time wASHisaTCX July Twoyear olds threequarters of a Ecnf ox Mackin Time upwards niilerDcl7 won second TlTMC stakes foals of 1SS7 mile and Clio Mile and a quartcrHypocrite won ton second ond Ativ The Players The Boston Brotlierhood club won nooiithrough tbeir hcayy batting teridanGc ;