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SCRANTON, PA.. WEDNESDAY MOHYIW. JANUAKY 30, 1001.
....i-" y Yoriokn. Kan.. .Ian. L'O.-
Great flGtlvItu Is Manifested In Both
Brandies of Legislature
PROTEST AGAINST DRURY
Has Been Rcfeucd to the Committee
on Elections A Pan American
Commission Bills Passed by the
Senate Mr. riinn Intioduces nn
Oy L'xeliBive Wire from The Auoelatid I'resi
Hoirisburg. Jan. 2!'. Tho senate this
iftcmoun adopted a coucuireut icsolti
tlon piesentod by Mr. Cummliigs, of
Wiiricti, providing for the appointment
of a commission to be known us the
fCe. stone statu commission of this Pau
Aincrlcan exposition and making an
ippropilatlon of $.15,000 to cover this
e.vpenser of the commission and for
i suitable Halo building at the exposi
tion grounds at Buffalo. Thf i evolu
tion provides for the appointment of
luce senntois, live representatives utul
me citizens of the state. The presi
dent pio tern of the senate, thu speaker
r the house anil the governor shall
ut-u be membcis of the commission.
J'he house lcsolution favoring tho
pmsagu by congiess of the Oiout oleo
trial valine bill was adopted.
i'he protest preientod at the open
ing o I the present session piotustlng
ngalntst the seating of Senator Drury,
of Lucerne, which has been lying on
Ho tabic pending the appointment of
tho standing committees, was referred
to tho committee on elections.
On motion of Senator Grady tho spe-
c-iul committee of nine appointed for
the purpose of considering bills in tho
absence of standing committees was
dlschaiged and the bills on which
the committee had not yet taken no
tion una refcircd to appropriate com
mittees. The senate passed the bill appropri
ating 5,000 for the finishing of a mon
ument on Mount Zlon In Lancaster
i ounly in memory of Revolutionary
.suldlcis, and authorizing the Ephiatu
Monument association to use matcilal
now In pe-sesslon of numerous Citi
zens. A number of bills passed tecond
leading, among them being Senator
Fox's bill nppropilating 50,000,000. and
creating a commission for the comple
tion of, the state rnpltol building ana
Senator Grady's bill lepeallng the libel
law of ISO".
The following were among the bills
In. 10 In. ''Ml.
Ui Mr I l-hir, of Indiana Amending Ilia act
lfgtilallnc the cmplojment and providing lor
tlio beilth ami nfcly of persons tnpIoid in
ciSJr or il'jlMnsc faitcrirs and iocllng pinib
tl'i ! i vnditlrni of tlic law
II' Mr LdmUton, llradford -AinendinR crrfiin
ioi. n of tin- law (r tlic more safe and Jut
tun-n Mou if kjI dild pcivnial estate.
I,v Mr. Vau;lun, Iaiikaiiaiina vppropriatln,;
siOu t .. .Iiph's Poundllng Iloini and
Mitmiiv lf tpllil, jsrranloii; to allow the opin
ing "t jmlkiiieiit entered or tnnvcilpts of j
ill nn ii, he-thea ol the pcaie and oilier iiiaU
t'aui, tn allow an eveutor, iilminMriitor, Riurd
an, a m.-iuo or trmtec to intitulc an nitlcii
m lev or other lcal or ccnjiulilc proccfdinc
je.ln.t co oveetitoij., adnilnlstiatorf, guardian,
nifrmr o- tuistic, to ncoier 01 irforie uii)
debt in cblicition individually clue to the estate
wlihh he rcpn wilts; repelling an act atiblUh.
inj and iisnlatite the ilfjlrs ol rchool ill
1 1 lot j mid Mibditrkth In eltlu ol tho unomt
ili end to rcpcil all Ictal und frirljl l.,nj
Il Mi. Pot, Duuplitn Autl ori7ln Janiea
Itut, if lhirlsburR, to tiing vilt acilmt the
Hati fir nins of niomy Put miy be lejilly
or Justly duo lilni. Mr. Ruvs w n tho catirir
for the IfKlsUturo during the trip of tlut body
to Vr York on tho on Hon ol the umtlllii
if the f.rant nionimient. He trcti-ntcd a bill for
bctit VMmO, whlrh vva vititd.
Mr Mnehllironnu, AUcrI tin ppri prlatn 3
Vji.uv) 101 tho nccilon of a monument In iiem.
ir if tho oflhcrs aid tnui ot the Tinth n,'.
nn nl, Inltcd Statu volunteew, who died uhllo
the rieliucnt ai ftrvliy In tho I'lilllf pimi.
Hy Mr. W'Hibtnn, Ctivvfoid To amend tho
Irst and mcoihI tfitlots of tho ait providing
dr the iei;u!atloii of the inanufaitur. jnd eile
t( illtlllid and fcrtuciiti.il vlnen'ai..
Itv Mr. I,ee, Monioe Pirecthiir the tlato tins,
nnr to refund 'n vjrlaui (statu tho diuit in.
lultaiico tax paid i.ito the state trenuiy In'
rtu of tlie aet ol M13 1', lsw, which has
lrn dcclircd uniohtitutloiul by the courts.
Tor Primary Election Law.
Il.v Mr. riinn, AlIeRheiij Provldinr for a nnl
fonn piimary ileitlon law.
Tho bill piovldes that two pilmaiy
elections bo held throughout tho state
laeh year for all oilleets, including
Kate ontccrs, congressmen and con-grcst-mtn-at-largo,
the Hist ion, thu
second Tuesday In January and the
second on tho second Tuesday In June.
Tho elections shall be held at tho tegu
lar polling places from 7 a. m. to 7
p. in., and tho tegular election ofllccti
of the district shall conduct tho same.
All pei sons wishing to bo candidate!
lor state olllccs at tho primal y elec
tions must fllo with the-bccietary of
Htnto thhty days pi lor to thu primary
lection a petition signed by tit least
two per cent, of the total voto In tho
lection district of tho patty ho H
Persons who are condldates tor cotin
'v oillcea can lllo the petition with the
louuty commlssloneis twenty days
pilor to tho ptlmary election. Tho
.PTPtnry of the commonwoalth must
notify the county oillcorn of the nomi
nations lllcd with him at ileast tour
tenn day.i prior to the election and
tho sheriffs ot the 111 tons counties
must Issue a protlnmiii'on at least
ten days ptior to tho election, giving
ul the names of tho eandldatea to bo
vo.tcd fot. ,A voter must bo a icsldent
of the clecUon dlstilct at least twenty
dayg, and can bo challenged on party.
n (dilation ana icsiacncu only. The
billots are to be deposited after tho
lection with tho piothonotniy, and
ro to be burned nt tho expiration of
sly. months. Three days nfter the pri
mal y election (ho common pleas couit
Continual on pajt 7.J
MEDAL FOR MRS. NATION.
The Noted Saloon Destroyer Refuses
ropekn, Kan,, .Ian. 1!9. Tho Kant.as
Statu Tempotiuico union, which Is
holding Its annual convention hero to
day, subscribed over $100 to ptttchao
a gold meil.it for Mrs. Carrie Nation.
Mrs. Nation nnd Miss I3va Marshall
Shout::, of Chlcatro, made Rtlrrlng
wpeeches at the 1 losing meeting of tho
Stau- Temperaneo convention tonight.
They heartily condemned all the na
tional nnd stnti- olflecis und advocated
force as the best means for closing the
siloonp. Resolutions were adopted de
claring for a more aggressive move
ment on the patt of the tcmpeiaucs
people of the state.
Mrs. Nation foimully lefmctl to ac
cept tho medal provided for her by
the union and lnlsted th.it the money
be devoted to the woik ot temporal! 'O.
Sim milled, however, that If this 11IU
oeis of the union weie so disponed
thpj' might give her a touvenlt of tho
oicaulon, i-ostlng not mote than $J.
Mis. Nutton wilt lomaln In the illy
for several days, bpt he has not
jet dlMilgcd her probable plan of ac
tion. Ibirptfr, Kan., Jan. 21'. All t Iter sa
loons aio ilos-td as .11 it'sult of a r
pott that a vllt fiom Mis. Nation ia
LIMIT OF THE LAW
Sentences in Bosschleter Case Thir
ty Years Each for McAllister.
Campbell and Ssatlt.
D. lAcltultc Wire from 'the eiated PriM.
Pnterson, N. J., Jan. -9. Walter C.
McAllstor. Andrew J. Campbell an 1
William A. Death, convicted of mil--der
In tho second degtee lor kUUn;
Jennie nossschleter last October, nnd
Qeorgc J. Koir, who yesterday pleaded
non vult to the ohurge of ns'-itultlng
tho mill girl, were btoujrht to eouit
this forenoon for sentence. Judgo
Dixon sentenced McAUster, Campbell
and Death to thirty ,eara ai hard la
bor in tho state pi I son at Tienton.
Kerr was sentenced to the snm pl.tco
for fifteen years, also at 'iard labo
Tho full limit allowed bv law as
meted out by Judge Dixon The wn
tence.s occasioned no sutpitse, lor
Judge Dixon yesterday in lecclvlrs
Keir's idea, said that If he bad been
on the jury that conlcted Campbell.
Death and McAUster, ho would havo
voted to send them to the gallovn.
The scene In the couit 100m w.t.s lm
prefcslvo. A big ciowd was on hand o
see this final act In the ctlmlnal drama
that has shocked the cntlio country.
Tho convicted men were visibly affect
ed at the sevetlty of tlulr Henttnces.
They weie liuiil,cd back to their cells
immediately after t-entenco had been
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 2". The olllclats
at tho No'v Jeit-oy btate prison said
tonight. In nniwer to an Inquiry, that
the thlity yeais' sentences of McAUs
ter, Campbell and Death, who were
convicted of the muider of Jennie
Uosschieter, will bo 1 educed by po"d
behavior to twenty yeais, and that
Kctr's sentence will bo reduced, to
eleven ear.s. The time off for good
behavior Is 111 ranged on a tlidlns
scale and Increases each year.
MeAllstei. Death. Campbell and Ivir
made a statement to the public this
afternoon. It Is their (list uttetance
since their nricst and wai Itsued on
the authoilty of the counsel for all four
men. It Is tut follows.:
Wo am realsmil to our fate and piopov to
fin- tlio timtuto with uianli hi ut-i. dirk as it b,
Wr ha'e felt licntoloru tl at it was Usdc-d to
tuy auvthins to uliivo tun tituatlon as the
ttorm of publi- Indienatlon was such thu
an.vttiliij taid by tu woulu have bem nilsinUi-
Wo feil no lescnlmint and lave no critliiiin
to make; but. we want to thonl. tho neuopupug
ot l'itn-on fot tin If reus of fairness and ab
stiue of rinlho in challiu vtth thli rai.
We could b.iy many thimra tint would tend to
abitc tho imbllc lndl,'iia.liu, but we piipo.-o
to bear our punUlum nt in nil nee.
We propose to c mi the three dajs a month
which tho hw riiniia fir (,'rod biluvicr in Mate
prhon ind wo hojo unci pray tlut tho conimun.
it will usciiil find Jiii'inrnt until, by (tool
lomhiet and juopir llvn, wi will earn their I
Wu tile lontmt to luller ouihelvm but we
l.unl led tho awful iutow In ought upon our
fimillis and Iricndt, wl.u havo ctood to nohl;
b.v 111 tluoiuli it all,
Never at any timo was there any ill feeling
betwein mirtlvei and v.o nevir hid oeiasion
to tav thinsi about each othrt in an elicit, to
neiuri Imtivldinl aihiint.i.-e.
We feel that vro have bem viitim, to a grrit
rvtcut, of the umiavonliij; outside opinion,
which wa IumaI iipnn the wild ami In'.lamira.
tory rejioits printed in tie metropolitan papeH
to ntUfy a morbid la-.li.
We urn tliankttil to the counsel In out cue)
rraiiiit Smtt, Michael Dunn, John W. llarcllinr,
John T hrrr anl Judge Iloifmau who made
every sairlllee at the nril of their uputatiuw ' Snry alterations. In addition, the Kttp
aml ciiti of tlulr llvm, and stool nsbij bj m I ply of purplo cloth ill London is be.
(Msnid) Walter t, MeMIUler, tJeorijo J. coming scarce.
Kcir. Vndiew .1 Catnpl!!, Willljin A. lhalh rjm, comn wm u0 boino from 0s.
While Judge DKon was sentencing borno house by thu queen's hUhland
tho pilsonets. Hugh Kerr, the father cis, Pilday, at 1.55 p. m., to a gun
of George, lay dvlng within n stono's ' cairlage. The household of tho lato
throw of the couit house. Mr. Kerr is ' queen, tho royal servants and tho ten
dying because of the disgrace of his ' antty will be diawn up on tho eaulajo
son Geotge. Oeotgo did not know till
tonight that his father was so III,
Equally lgnoiant of tho son's tun
tence will the father remain. Ho docs
not want to hear of the case nt all
Absence of the Usual Compliments
Leads to the Belief That He Is in
By I'xcliuivi! Who fiom The Anoclatfd Pier.
Mad: ltl, Jan. 29. General Francois
Do Ilourbon V Castclvl, u cousin of
Klnp Alfonso, military commander In
the Aragon division, hns been placed
on tho ictlred list,
Tho royal decico omits tho state
ment customary in such cases that tho
regent Is satisfied with his sjrvlces.
It la evident, therefore, that ho Is ro
tlrcd In disgrace. Tho Incident has
provoked conhldjrablc comment.
Eire at Elmlra.
Dy Kicludvo Wlro from The .Utoclalr l'rr
I.hnlra, J.. V., Jan. a"'. The haiidionu school
liotiM In the vllliia of Kioxilllc, pa., w-ia burmil
till o'.emoon I,on, 4io,tyiH In'uiame, f l,u.
The Probable Order of the Roual
Procession Throiiali tlic
Gltu of London.
AN IMPOSING PAGEANT
King and Kaiser to Ride at the Uead
of It Estimated That Sixty Royal
Princes Will Be in Line Eton
Boys to Paiticipatc Reheaisnls
Ye3teulay Anlval of Mouxneio.
Oy llxctinlie Ulte from 'Hie Anochtfcl I're'i
London, Jan. L'9. It Is underalootl the
funeral procession In Loudon will be,
apptolmately, a3 follows:
A Kjvueign'ii eswrt ot me hmdrd l.lfo
Mnsrf'd Iwtitt u( thin rei.liiient of I'oot
I'm hi Miulnl Unrl lliilienn ind tho hfidpnr
1:1111 iirnac with the ooly.
Mhi I Int., mtpporlicl I if tho Genu 111 iiup'ir.
The Vint' ol Porlliwl nnl the ctlwr leiwlni;
sovrriliiiii In the onlu of immlcnci
Tiie Dukek of Ctnnuiclit nnd Yi ih
The eqiurriii and .ililii 1!. 1 imp In .ittii.dino
on 10 td ierfonji,
funti Meximlra. the Puihevi if vie C'o.iuii'
aid Ootha nnd othir rojil prlmce", In lour
ertlaiiii, deeply ilrnpcil
Sov mien's iort cf one humlrnl I Ite fiiuiiN
It Is estimated that sixty royal
pilnccs will ptttlclpate In the pioics
slon. As the funeral will be of .1 military
character, there will ptobablv be no
pall-bearers, although, possibly, at
Windsor certain generals will act In
that capacity while tho coflin Is being
carrier! up the nave of St George's,
This morning there was a rehearsal
along the route of the funci.il pioees
nlon. The eight Ilnnovciinti hordes
which will dtaw the gun carriage took
a heavily laden binke, estimated to bo
of the weight of th' gun caulago and
coflin, over the route.
Numerous cimlagcs followed and a
number of mounted men, lepiescnting
tlm fotelgn pilnces and othcis who will
ride In the procoision.
It has been arranged that the Iton
boys will line tho route from tho Long
Walk gates to Windsor castle, vvhllo
tha Military Knlghti of Windsor will
be on duty in the ehapil dm lug the
luneial set vice.
Beaiers in Pi notice.
Cowes. Jan. i'i The outer coflin for
the queen's body was lecelvcd 1km 0 Inst
night. The non-commissioned oilleets
detailed to carry the coflin practiced
today with a dummy coflin, filled with
sand and weighing more than half a
The main wing of the Osborne House
will, It Is expected, become the fi
donce of the Princes? Beatilce (Piin
cess Henry of Uattenberg) in her ea
ptcltv as governor of the Isle of
Wight. The other portion of the hotiso
Is to be lescived fot the kliif.
General Sir Dlghton Piobyn, lon
ti oiler and tieautor of the hottsehol 1
of the Ptince of Wales since lo77, li
mentioned as likely to succeed Loid
LMwaid Pellnm-Cllfton as inater of
the household. Tho olllce Is In tho
poi.sonnl gift of the king. '
down Prince Kredeilek of Denmark
la cspected to aixlvo In London to.
Prince Ileniy of Ptussla salted fiom
Kiel yesterday on boaid of tho C!e-
man buttleship Iladen, accompanied
by tho coast defense ship Hagen.
Pilnco Gooigo of Saxonv Is pre
vented by inllucnza from coming to
the f uncial. Prince John Oeotgo will
take his place.
Dulse Albrecht w III represent the
King of Wuttomboig. The Crown
Pilnco rcrdlnand of llounianla I.s ex
pected on Thursday night in Lon
don, Tho Orleans family will be. repre
sented by the Duke of Charlies,
lounger brother ot tho lato Count ot
Paris, the Duke of Alone on nnd the
fount of Ku, sons of tho lato Duke of
Nemours, between whom! nnd the Into
oueen an effort was made by Louis
Philippe, in 1S3S, to arrange a mar
riage. Tho King's Ordei.
The Ki ''s order directing that tho
drapery of buildings bo purplo has
creattd no little constet nation. Many
buildings hero and Jn London and
other places are coveted with black.
II will be expensive to make tin neeeS'
drive. Tho queen's pipers will lead tho
ptocebslon through tho king's gato to
Trinity pier. Thero will bo an Impos
ing military display along tho route,
massed bands and diummers playing
funeuil marches. Dehlnd the collln
will walk Admiral Sir Michael rultiic
Heymour, llrst and principal aide do
camp to tho queen since 1S9S; the king,
Emueior William, thu Duko of Con
naught, Crown Prince Frederick Wil
liam of Geimany, the Duke of Voik,
Pilnco Heniy of Prussia, Pilnco Chris
tian, of Sehleswlg-Holsteln and other
princes. Then will come Quoi 11 Alex
andra, thu Duchess of Voik and tho
cither pilncerseH. Hluo Jackets will
bear tlio coflin fiom tho pier to the
royal yacht Albeita where Admlial
Culme-Pejmour, four naval aide do
camps and two ladles In waiting will
accompany them. The king, Empeior
William and other members of tho loy
al family will embark on boaid the
royal yacht Victoria, and Albeitn.
London, Jan, SO. The carl marshal,
the Duko of Norfolk, was unable to seo
King Edward yesterday In 01 dor to ob
tain his maJesty'H final sanction for tho
ftinetul arrangements. Nothing, theie-
fine, has been definitely set lied except
tho piogtnmtno for Friday, already
"Queen Victoria's explicit directions
as to her funeral wore written in 1802,"
fayn Truth, "and havo not been nl
101 oil In any material respect. It was
her wl-di that the ccremonlnl should
eop.v that of Prince Albeit's builal so
fin 'is possible. The queen will bo tho
flist lngllMli sovereign who will not bo
burled at night and by torchlight."
London, Jan, 30. hi London active
prep trillions, ate blng made all along
tho route. Houses ale being draped
and seating ueconmiodatlon Is bilng
ptovlded. A committee of ladles has
obtained pet mission to hang wrtti'.hs
of overgieen along tho line, one to bo
nlll.xed to each lamp post, nnd nil be
ing tin ee feet In diameter and ot unl
Of all tho ceiemotilci', no doubt tin)
naval will In the llnest pageant. Tho
Albeitn, with the body, will ftlowly
steam tilting .i line of b.ittlCbhips ex
tending eight mllei). Facing these
giants of the P.iltlslt navy will Ins
smaller vessels and nitmetottu foreign
bnttleshlpi.'. Whatever the weather
tmiv be, the spectacle of the leinaliis
of Vlctoiia tiavetslng 11 lane of vvni-shlph-tlii'
guns of all booming will
FEAR OP ANARCHISTS.
Gieat Caie Being Tifcon by Police to
Guai d Against Danger.
Gi Kuliwiir Wire from Vi V-nnh'-l I'riii
London. Jan. ". The c mlio dttoctlve
maehrneiy of the I'nlted Kingdom and
the continent has bum set In motion
to. piotiil the ioytil pMSimagcs and
other notable people now gathering in
London. t'ttwleldlv as the Continen
tal S.-eiet fetvlee often nppeni to be,
evety cftoit Is hMtig 111 ide to unify
them, In oidcr that no Injuiy liny
b'fall utiv toyal petaontiRH attendant
upon tin ob"ifttles of the late quec'li.
.si: Kdward Hiadtoid, the eitetgetlc
otie'-aiiiHd I'ommlfsicncr of police of
tin MotiopolH, his devised elaborate
plmiA to deal with the crush expected
on Saturday, but to protect the klng
lv and ptlncely guests precautlottx
have been taken which ate Illustrated
bv the fact that Sir Ddward Drart
foid's lesl'letue Is Mtrrounded night
and day by constables in plain cloth
ing and detectives and that no poison
I-, allowed to appioach until his card
has been passed In. These precautions
nio applied In the c.iho of all loyal per
sonuges and of the principal oilleets of
the crown, Scotland Yard maintains
the most Intimate and secret affilia
tions with everv detective agency In
the world and Its devlcesfor tracing
crntinental suspects are now being op
tinted tinder Chief Inspector Frank
Troest, who Is reputed to have a wider
acquaintance with tho rogues of tho
world thna 11111 olh.r pol'rn chW ot
Malateta and other onaichlsti re
siding in London asset t that there Is
not the slightest piooablllty of vio
lence because England Is an "asjlum
fot the persecuted of the continent."
At Cowes detectives aio stationed In
htise numbers on both sides of tho
Medina river, Inquiring ns to the a-.,
teeeilents of sliangois nnd watching
all who approseh the ioy.il peisonages.
Nothing definite Is feated, but the gov
ernment dishes that the utmost dili
gence should be exetclsfd, especially
with a; view of keeping Empeior Wil
liam from harm
Will Establish Headquaiteis nt the
Ill KviIliivc Wire from Tin, Aisoiiittd Vicat.
llarilsbutg, Jan. M, Tho Demociatlo
membcis of the lcglslatuie held a cau
cus at noon today for the puipose ot
establishing peimanent Democratle
headqttaiteis. In tho absence of Itep
tesentatlve Palm, of Schuylkill coun
ty, Mr, Mayne, of Lehigh, presided.
It was decided that tho headquarters
should be located at the Uolton House
ind that icpoits of the pi ogress of
both blanches ol the legislature should
be kept on leeout then. This will en
able tho Demociatlc members to meet
fti-'iuently and decide on uulfoim ac
tion in legal d to legislation.
Itepresentatlves Osier, of Lycoming;
Hagg, Schuylkill, and Johnson, North
ampton, were appointed a committee
to make the anangements for tit's
Twenty-six Aie in Jail nt Platts
buvg on Charge of Entering the
Dy i:cluiie Wire fiom Tlio siciitcd Press
Plattsbttrg. N. V., Jan. 20. Mow On
and Moy Vo Tan, two Chinamen ar
lested at North Uuike lecently on a
charge of Illegally entering the United
States, weto today otdercd deported
back to Chlnu. r'jue Hu Maw und Su
, Lu Paris, at rested ut tho same time,
were dlschaiged and will leave foi New
Yotk city tonight.
There are now twenty-six Chinamen
in Jail heie, sixteen at Malono and
fourteen at Canton awaiting trial,
ehatged with entering this country Il
legally. CIBUTU AND JOLO OURS.
The Cession of the Islands to the
United States Has Been Gazetted.
11 Kvclu.lve Wire fiom The Aoelattd I'tou
Madrid. Jan. -$. The cession of Cl
butu and Cayagan do Jolo Islands to
tho United .States has been gazetted.
Washington, Jan. 29 The piesldent
today sent a message to congiess ico
onnneiidlng tho nppiopilutlon of J100,
oto for Ihc paynvnt of the claim of
Spain for tho Clbutu and Cavagan Isl
ands In thu Philippine nrchlpehigo In
neeordiinct vvlth tho towns of tho
tieaty recently ratllletl by the senate.
Killed by a, Robber.
0y rvclubo Who from Tlio Awoelated TieiS.
Kuwii City, Jin 2, Alfiicl I Iloiey, n gto.
en In KaiMa lit, ban , vv'io wa brutally as
faulted In hi More l'j 0 nJiher tat nlnht, tiled
tonight, lie foolpadi who am opiratlnc lure
me very vliloui in their ntiittlti, Purlnf tho
pa.t two tnrntlii a hall iloien women luvo liu
Mi-uck down ami Rilomly lnlureil. Sirs. Mar'
llohlir, who w.l brutally iiiMUlted by foot'
iadi 1 nn'titli ik'o, Ii now Iniane as a retuli ol
Manu Filipinos Will Leave the Cath
olic Church if Then Are
Trials Will Not Bo Sent to Locali
ties Wheie Objection Is Made to
Thorn Many of the Filipino Lead
eis Become Piotestants.
Ily Cxeluii.e Wlro fnm The .Initiate I Vttn.
Mnnlln, Jan. .'! Dr. Ki tiger, the
German consul general hero.has cabled
to the Ileilln goveriiment asking that
the Get man ambassador at Wiishlng
ton be Instructed to diplomatically
in go the passage of the Spooner bill.
Two mining cot flotations oiguiiUed
In Get many are anxious to begin oper
ations In the PhlllDplncH, but cannot
do so until the status of mining claims
i" estnblMied by a. pornrinent gov
ernment. .Similar action will pt nimbly
be taken by the lliltlsh consul.
liueneamino and some of the other
Filipino leadeis In Manila have nbout
decided to become Protestants and aie
considering Hie oignulzatlon of an
Evangelical ihuich. hi an lnteivlevv
today Hit'-nc tnlnio i.ild lie had leal tied
that thu pope had decided to lestoro
thu (liars 10 theli fmiuer uo.-Ulon in
the Philippines and Huencanlmo added
that thu Filipino v. mild not submit to
tint and the effect would be that they
will shortly Iimvo the Cntholle chmcli
In great numbers. No public meeting
his been held, but thu leaders of the
movement meet privately tonight to
discuss the question with the Hev.
James 11. Kodgers, a mlsslonaiy of the
Piesbyteiltm boaid, who advises the
establishment of an Evangelical
The principals in tin ptoject are
Etieneanlnio, Pr. Itosario, Tnvuta and
Flotes. All 01 these men aie mem
bers of the executive committee of the
federal party. Eut Thief Jut lice Aiel
lano and Attorney General Tones, the
remaining members of that committee
adheio strictly to the Catholic church
and have distinctly declined tho move
ment towardR Piotestantlsni does not
emanate fiom the party organlzntl n.
nor Is It connected with tho oigunlza
tlon. Atchblshop rhapell" declined to
grant an Intel view, but bis legal ad
viser reiterated the statement olten
made tint the filais will not be sent
Into tho districts wheie the people
objected to them. He lemaikcd, how
eve!, that the ntchblshp ht'd received
11 great numbei of uqtiest from tl.e
Filipinos for the letutti of tho friars.
The Rev. Mr. Itodgets was Inter
viewed In regai d to the matter. He
said theio had ben no Protestant
pieslvtlng, but that intinv persons In
outlvlng districts weie turning to
Piotestantlsm, and that many resi
dents of Manila would doubtless do
NO RESPECT TOR THE QUEEN.
Guggenheimer's Men Sustain
Mayor Van Wyck.
By l'xilie-lve Wire from The Vsioehtcd Triu
New Yoik, Jan. 2?. The municipal
council held u veiy brief session to
day. Pi lor to the meeting Councilman
Stowait M. Price, ton of tho late Cal
vin S. Ui Ice, told t-ome of the membei.s
that he Intended to offer a lesolutlon
to the effect as a matk of respect the
major be lequested to lower tho Hag
over tho council chamber to half-mast
until after the funeral of her lute maj
esty Queen Victoria.
Ther- weio fifteen tuenibeis ptesent
and as soon us the minutes of the.
ptevlous meeting weie read and up
ptoved Councilman Price tttose to read
his iwolutlon, but Councilman Murray
forestalled him by Jumping to his feet
nnd shouting: "Mr. ChaVman, I move
we adjourn. I want to go home." This
motion was noticed by Picaldent Gug
genhelmer and tho council voted In tho
affirmative, despite tho expostulations
of Mr. Price.
FIVE NEGROES CONVICTED.
Result of a Shooting Affmy on Elec
Ily iAiluiivc Wire fiom The tss&eutcd l'reis,
Paltlmore, Jan. 29. Five negroes,
Walter How man, Leonittd Lewis, Wil
liam Lucas, Charles Scott and Samuel
Hall, weio convicted today of murder
In tho second degree.
The crime upon which they wore
tiled was the muider of Hovvnid Dur
buirow, IS years old, on tho evening of
last election day. Durborrow and sev
01 til companions weio standing on tho
corner of llaker street and Tulton ave
nue, when tho flvo negroes came along,
A shout of hurrah for Bryan angeiod
tlio coloieJ boys and Bowman, It' wan
testified, sent a shot Into tho ciowd ot
whites, which enteied young Duibot
iow's head, causing bin death.
Duke Hns the Measles.
Oy Inclusive Wire from The AoeIitnl Pies..
London, Jan 2J The iiulidy ftom which
tin Duko of Com rail ami V.01I, Im nfi'irluc Ii
the luciik.H an I this, tlio cuiiri rlrtulnr an
luuneiK, I the explanation of hU failure toslt
Umporor WTlllatii on tho annlvcwiry of his baili
day and of IiIh absune from tlio uunioni' of
Imotlnir Crown I'llnce r'ridulelt Wllllini with
tho Insignia of tlio otder of the caitcr. blr
I'latuls lul.ln.', for 111 my jeau miu'u.ii to the
lite queen, h uttimllni: him. Iiuki Johaaii VI
btecht, ol Meeklc nbin u Khwcieln, ivai tjUn
dcrn villi tha mealra ten di aeo.
Dy llxclualio Wlie fiom The Anoclatcd I'revs,
Ntvv Aoik, Jan 2J rtlvtdt AlliT, Naples;
Ainlei'iljiii, Rottirdam aucl Ilojkgtie. Cliandt
VadirUnd, Southainptnn. Pjlled: balm, Urimrii
via bnutlianipton. Antweqi Arrived! Noord.
laud, Kcw Yor!. Ida of Wight Pasuli I'.siii.
tylvanla, Hamburc and 1'l.vinoutli and New Voik,
Lizard !'asnl! fepaarmljra, New York for Hot-tcrdain.
Till; NtiWS THIS MOKN'lN'd.
Weather Indications Today,
CLOUDY J PROBABLY SNOW.
1 Cetieral Preparation for tho funeral ot Ung.
hmt'H Dead Ijiiccn.
Senators to I'crre Vctlon en the Subddy Dill.
I'rcmlnrnt 1'illptno-i Object to llcttitn of tho
Activity In the Slalc IUhtun.
2 (Icneial Carhonclile t)c aitinent.
3 Local W lentil r l)vjer DefevU I.io Parilelb.
.1, A. Liiultii' VJu 4 on the "Hipp, r" lllll.
Note and (tntncit
5 Iax-iI ("iilolJe of a Mutli Side Invalid
One Killed, Dine Injured, In a I) , I . &
W. W iK.
6 local WcM scrinton and yuliutban.
Com ellmaiilo Coiiiiidttie AitniH on Ainimb
nient 10 th" "Itippit ' lllll.
7 C'miTiil orihi.itiin l'ii!ijlV4i It.
lT'nr.cial ind CVtinuireul
0 loiil ( uurl I'lmteiMnu
I Uo IniliHtrlnl ei u!n
Deputies Have Captuied Leadors of
the Dlfcgiuntlctl Creeks.
It I tt In lie Hi , fr.ni Th, V in n,il 'r.i
Henrietta. I T. Jan. JH rutted
Htaies MaiMlt.il Lenuett is billevid lo
have ill" Indlun sltuallon umipiiel
under lontiol and It Is iiactlc allv d"
elded Ihnt It will mil he neiess.ity to
lend hoops of the Eighth tin ally Into
the inti-iliii The Mililleis may lemaln
hue fot seveial dav s, however, us a
I'leeautlonai V me isiuie
It lb lopuited that bv night deputies
will bting in seveial of the minor leid
eis of the dlsirtutitltil t'icek'i ,uiesld
Thomas A. Sanson, fnlted Mutes
eommlsslonoi, tod.tv letttetl a huge
loom here anil opened couit to try the
Indians Inimrdlnti ly.
Chilli) Horjo, or Chief Snake, after
a prellmln.il v hearing, probably will
be bound ovr lo the giand Juiy and
lodged In Jail .it MusUogei. hinged
NO INCREASE IN SALARIES
Mine Woikeis Urged to Voto
Against It by President Mitchell.
Jy 1'teltMio Wire fi'tu Pi" ih Utul l'n
hullanapollF, Jan 20 The constitu
tional amendment presented to the
convention of the Fnlted Mlno Work
ers at the afternoon session todn pro
viding for iuci eased salaries for na
tional officers piovoked a long argu
ment aad resulted In the salaries ie
m lining as they wete last year. Mm
liets of tlio committee on constitution
lecominended the adoption of the
After a long debate, Piesldent Milih
Rititlrmeii I am mt line fi Hie purpi- ol
making am i,ui.d Hind pliv I woik tin tic
mlmiK lueiiivj joti piv mo and luause I Ilk
ti wcrk ten j,iu bu I 11111 fiee b M that If mi
did 1101 piv ine 1 would nt work. Hie alirv
1 paid me is virv fair and ll I Ihotiuht the .r
Kiulzation did not p.n is niuh i I divrvcl I
1 'voiihl not quit I would strike
I Hy all iiiians do not Ut the nhanccmcnl f
.Hi individual li-( ibovo tlm IntiiixU of Hie
I'ldted Mini Worker ll jnn think tin 1 ilm,r
'if 111 ijl.u.v will deprive 111;. 111 m, i ii.un 11
I 1 mid ol whit is due thciu, thru ! r (,o1'k -ike
I do not ra!o It,
Vice Piesldent Lewis, who would
have received a llbuinl incicase tindt r
the proposed amendment said:
II I did not think I was cilliui: .1 fan mUi.v
I wimhl strike, too. I'lr-unillv I Ihli k en in
1 erea-e in the taUrUs ol tie luticnil ofllun it
tl lii time wuuhl woik 111 Injun tu tin ir.in
iatlon. 'flii I e are people In the unnrjinl' i
dHricti who are atwiis lo, king lor m iip i
turiitv. to Injure the Mine Wuikm' utile 11 ind lie
argument Is .tdianeeJ tint tin clilnrj ire .id
tlUK liisuer t.ibiiis than tin nun 1 in nuke in
tin mini Tin 11 art pmpli vvnrklii. in the
mints of the count! tola who infurtuiutel,
we cannot drive out when w. w nit l. intone
a dim ind 1 01 tin- roa'iii tl.it iit. , nl 1 ni.ht
be Injured b 1 sahiy i.ii.e. .ii ilil, time I in
oppo-atl to tin mciiMiie.
I The powei to 01 del a j.renei.il strike
I or suspension of labor In tho mines
was today taken out of the hands of
tho natlonnl officers, who have heioto
loie had absolute contiol In ihls par
ticular. An amtudment to the eonstl
tlon makes It necessaiy to call together
the districts ptesldetit.s to take action
upon general strikes.
Tho report ot the committee on con
stitution was not finished tod.iv. Tho
work of tho convention will lie com
ICE GORGE AT NIAGARA.
First Ice Bridge of tho Season nas
fly Fxclu-lie Win fain 1l.i Vwnutid Prsit
Niagara Falls, Jan. 29, Tho Jlist Ice
bildge of the seuson has foimed and
nppenrs to bo very stiong and of per
manent cliaiactcr, constantly Increas
ing In ovtent. it Is duo to tho clog
ging at tlio head of tho got go b.duw
the falls, of tho gieat blocks of Ico
that have passed down tho tlvcr and
become choked at tho nauovv en
tiniKtt to tho gieat canon.
Sumo times this ic bridge oitcnda
tlio dlstanco of nearly a mile from tho
stetl arched bridge up past the fac of
the American falls and tho pieelpltous
lront of Goat Island, and attains 1
thickness of fiom fifty in i.na hunt "1
Lehigh Valley Directois Meet,
fly r.tcludve Win from Iho ioelated Pre s
New loilc, fin. i'i Ilia inv.'v iirfanlfd bond
of cllieilnr of tho L1II.I1 Valli loid Iml 1 u'l
firt nicitlii!,' tonay nt tin local headiij m
of the cunipaii. Anion,- thoe pi c-i lit wu' I
IbiKirs Mixvvrll and OhulrH ti rl, if .1 I' In
lii fv Cj It waa cl eland mat only mm n
iiuttm wne 10n.ldr1c.1l
Hudson River Bridge Bill.
Ily ruluve Wire Ir.m The 'oiiatul l'r-s
W'ahliiKluli, .Kll. .' The home commilie
oil leminerio today mud fivorabl) on tho bill
ivtindlim- tho time fir bulldlni: the bridge acimj
the Hudson river fioin New York city tu tho
statu of Niw .lewey.
Ten Business Houses Destroyed,
Oy Kxcluslve Whs from The AMoc!atcd Pre.
JacUon Ccntir, O, Jan. IP. -I'lro eaily tulay
ilestro)Cd ten saiull bu.ini-m hoit-ei hue, in
tiling a lois ol fC0,O00.
AT THE FRONT
Senate Leaders Propose to Force
an Earlu Issue of the
He Chniactcilr.es tho BUI as a "Law
less Piratical Raid on the Public
Tieasury" Tho Only Colored
Member of Congiesa Dellveia His
Valedictory Mr. Flynn and Mr,
Stephens in Debate.
Ily 1'ultMlic Wire from Iho Aiociitul 1'rei-s.
Washington. Jan. 2D. Senator Fryrf
gave notice hi the senuto today that
he Intended lo keep tho shipping bill
to the fiont, not yielding t
appropriation bills without the vottt
of the senate. It Indicates a dis
position on the part of tho senat'
bstdi'iH to fotce on early Issue of the
oiiestlon whether the shlplpng ltlll I"
going In piss nl this session. Senator
Tin rer. of Washington, spoke todav In
s.veie arinlgnmint of thu bill, dcclni
Itig II to he a. "lawless, pliatlcal tuM
on the public treasttiy" In th? Inleiest
ol u few private beneficiaries and com
mitting the government to expendl
t'liet aggregating JJTO.OOO.OilO. lleioto
Hie session closed, the commute')
amendments vet Informally agie-d
The Indian apptopilatlon .bill pais'd
early In the duy.
Mr. White's Valedlctoiy.
The house spent the day upon tho
agricultural npptoprlatlon bill. It wni
U'P'I at a vehlelu for the Intioduetloti
of sevenl genci.tl spieches. Mi.
Thnyir, of Massac husctls, discussed
the -hip subbldy bill: Mr. While of
Not Hi rorollna, the colon d member,
who goes out of congtess Mtiich I,
d'dlveied his valedlctoiy, upon the
general s-ibltit of the nspltutlons of
ids lace, and Mi. Gaines, of Tennessee,
discussed the limitations of the con
stitution in connection with our Insu
lar posses dons. Mr. Corliss, of Michi
gan, made a vicious onslaught upon
the buieuu of anlinal Industiy of tlm
ngilcultuiat department, but his at
Ptol: i.-ilsed a host of defenders and
his amenlment to reduce tho npjuo
p: latlim for tho bureau was ovet
All that portion of the bill lelatln,:
to the teoi sanitation of tho Hclentlllu
bitteatts of the agrlcultui.il depait
ment. wi nl out. on a point ot otdor
i.ilscd by Mr. Mahon, of Pcnnsvlva
nln. The earlier poitlon of the session was
enlivened by .1 M'ljitel to tho exchange
bctwem Mr. Fljnii, ot Oklahoma, nnd
Ml. Stephens, ,,t Texas, jesteulay
when the lie was nlmosL passed. Mr.
.Stephens again denied and Mr Flvnn
agnln lelteralcd his chaiges It, con
nection with the pass ige of the bill
to latllv tho Klowu and I'unmniieii"
agieenittit pushed at tin liifr I session
The president today sent a up sigo
tu congiesK renewing his leeunmiiti
ilatlon of Kit session that longics
make 'Riaelous piovlslou for Indem
nity to the lamllles" of Hie two victims
01 the Tallulah, La , lynching. Jul -.
lb!3, who were subjects of Ihe hall
goveriiinent. Tho message Is m eom
panled by a. repott miido hy the se -ictury
of stat. In whlih he sajs:
"On lepiesentatlons ma do of the nf
falr by tho Italian ambassador at this
capital, tho governor of Louisiana, at
the leiiuest of the seciotuiy of stuto
took piotnpt and active meiisutt.i with
a view of bringing tin guilty p 11 ties
lo lustli e. Tho matter has In en ihe
subject of careful Investigation bv the
fedetal government find has been In
vestigated by thice successive grand
Juries of tho parish of Madison, w'tli
the UHiilt that no Indictment has b eu
found nor other steps taken 1 exulting
In the appiehetislon and punishment of
tho guilty paitles and notwithstanding
the cotdlal co-operation of the gov 1
1101 of the slate with the feditul gov
ernment in order to bring them to
justice, he tepoits that he is not pte
I.iied to say what steps ftuther will b
COST OF MR. TOWNE'S SPEECH.
Piacticnlly the United Stntes Tald
S1.000 for the Filipino Address.
P Inclusive Wire from The A-welatnl l'rcs
Waslitiigton, Jan. 2. When Senator
Chailcs A. Towne, of Mlnensota, ic
tlted to private llfo yesterday, he had
made a longer speech than W. J.
liiyan over delivered, and had iccelved
mine money for It. lie spoke 20,000
words on the subject of Philippine In
dependence, and tho Fnlted Stute.i
paid him 11,000 for It. Ho talked for
thiee liouis and two minute?, then
Tho speech was the only beivico Mr.
Tow lie pit formed In the tcnato slnee
he look- the seat, made vacant by the
death of Hewilor Davis. Ills salary
was S71.', his mileage S2SS. Thus ho
leielved live cuius a woul, or $5.50
nilniite tor I1I3 clfoit.
Newspaper Plant Destroyed,
fly i:eluslvo WTro from the .violated Prcu:
Iidlanapollt, Jan. CJ Tlie plant of the In.
II111 polls sun, an evuiln; pipir, In Hast Ohio
Hint, was nutted ij 1I10 toda Lou M.OOOj
liiiiuanra $13,000. Tho type netting machine
weio ruined but the pni.iB may bo repaired,
Atraii';inifnts havo bet 11 made for the regular
issued of the piptr.
. .fr .... .t..f
Wulilndoi, Jan " I'oiecast for e3t
ern I'enmjlvanla: l loullecM W'ednewlay;
with ni'ius inbahli, noiilnavterl wlmU
lirvh tu I fW. on tlie iojt; Tliurwlay,
.t ttHttt tttttttts,