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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD.
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VOL. 21.
DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
NO. 21.
IS GIVEN REVERSAL
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FINDING OF COMMERCE COURT
IN FAVOR OF RAILROADS
KNOCKED OUT.
SCENE OF THE SHEPARD-GOULD MARRIAGE
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ARCHBALD WROTE TO LAWYER
Held That Charge of Combination In
Violation of Trust Law Was Not
Sustained In Creamery Package
Company' Cate.
Washington, Jan. 22. A decision of
the commerce court, rendered while
Judge Robert W. Archbuld was on
that bench and which figured In' his
impeachment trial, was reversed Mon
day by the Supremo court of the Uni
ted States.
The decision of the commerce court
was favorable to the railroads, and It
developed in the senate trial that
while preparing the opinion Arcbbald
had written Attorney Helm Druce of
the Louisville & Nashville road, a p'ar
ty to the litigation, asking supple
mentary information about a brief the
lawyer had filed.
Tho case involved an order of the
Interstate commerce commission for
reduced class rate from New Orleans
to Mobile and other Alabama interior
points to stand effective. The order
was overruled by tho commerce court.
Tho decision is now reversed by tho
Supremo court.
The theory advocated by the govern
ment that the interstate commerce
commission has absolute jurisdiction
over evidence in rate cases, to the
exclusion of courts, particularly the
commerce court, was struck down,
however, by the Supreme court in de
ciding that the commerce court had
a ftfl.f tft MVOwtlnsi n iilnlm .tin. tt.Af. '
was no relevant evidence presented to
thfi commission upon which it could
have based Its order in thlB case.
Holding that the charge of combi
nation in violation of the Sherman
anti-trust law had not been sustained,
the Supreme court held the Creamory
Package Manufacturing company and
Owatouna Manufacturing company of
Minnesota not liable to threefold dam
ages on the charge of driving a com-
petltor, the Owatouna Fanning Mill Versailles, France, Jan. 20. The
company, out of business. national assembly, on the second bal-
Attorney General Wickersham i lot, elected Premier Raymond Poin
asked the Supreme court to send at care president of the French republic
once to tho federal district court at here on Friday. M, Polncare received
New York its mandate in the "cotton . 429 votes and Jules Pams 827 votes
corner case" recently.-holdlng for trial
.lamps A. Patten and others on indict,
ments charging conspiracy to run a
cotton corner, in violation of the anti
trust law.
FLASHES
OFF THE WIRE
St. Petersburg, Jan. IS. Because ho
married a woman lu private life
against the will of the emperor, Grand J
Duke Michael, brother of Emperor
'Nicholas, was removed from his high
rank in the army and forced to turn
over his property and affairs to a
guardian here Thursday.
Jefferson City, Mo., Jan. 18. The
house adopted a Joint resolution
Thursday providing for a committee of
three representatives and two sena
tors to Investigate Insurance com
panies and report by March 1.
Albany, N. Y., Jan. 20. Governor '
Sulzcr pardoned Folke E. Brandt, for
mer valet of Mortimer L. Schlff, tho
New York banker, Friday, on tho
ground that Brandt's sentence of thir
ty years for burglary was excessive.
Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 20. The worst
Are In the history of Edmonton, the
capital of Alberta, Rtarted in the
wholesale district Friday, destroying
the new flvostory brick block of tho
Canadian Rubber company, and sev
eral other big buildings. The collapse
of the huge wall of the rubber com
pany's building crushed a rooming
house occupied by Italian workmen,
killing six of them.
AMERICANS FIGHT MEXICANS
Gtand Insulting Remarks of Natives
to Limit Ere Going Into Ac
tlon Are Arrested.
Mexico City, Jan. 22. Three Amer
icans who wuiu uiiiiiik in a restaurant i
Here Aionuay evening, look umurage
at Insulting remarks made by Mexi
cans In the place and a desperate
fight ensued. The Americans, using
only their fists, outfought 20 Mexi
cans and It required the combined ef
forts of twelve policemen to arrest the
Americans.
In the streets the crowds cried
"Death to the grlngoes!" and tried to announced an agreement to let mat
get them from tho police, who, how-1 ters stnnd Just as they were for the
ever, finally landed them In the city present,
prison. No Mexicans were arrested.
Advices received In the past threo
days Indicate that tho rebel activity
Is Increasing enormously In every sec
tion of the republic. Tho dispatches
tell the same talo of raids on small
towns, tho burning of buildings and
the capture of men und women, many
of them being grossly maltreated.
Crazed Soldier Kills Five
Vienna, Austria, Jan. 22. A corporal
in the Auetro-Hungariau "arm, U rinj
a sudd-n attach of madnoBB sLtdoS
ana lulled Jive of ins comrauoB and
fatally wounded three otheis atNovo
luje, Herzegovina, Monday
Ship Reaches Port Badly Wrecked.
St. Johns. N P., Jan 22 Tho Fur- I
noes liner Chochlnn, fourtern days out
from Dnltl'nore for I.elthor, arrived
hero Monday, with her decks badly!
wrecked her davits swept overboard I
nd bn robins r -
Lyndhurst, at Irvlngton-on-the-Hudson, tho summer residence of MIbb
Finley J. Shepard took place on January 22. The Insets aro portraits of
POINCARE IS ELECTED
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EN PRESIDENT Or FRANCE
ON 8ECOND BALLOT.
Challenge Clemenceau, but la Ap
peased Successful Candidate
Receives 483 Vote.
on the iflret ballot. Another ' ballot
thus was rendered necessary, as
neither candidate obtained an abso
lute majority of the total vote. On
the second test Poincare received 483
and Pams 296, while Marie Edouard
Vaillant had 69. Four hundred and
thlrty-flvo were necessary to a choice.
Premier Polncare was insulted by
former Premier George S. Clemenceau
at the opening of the national con
gress for tho election of a president.
M. Polncare at once appointed Aria-
tide Brland, minister of Justice, and
u x , , , f fln t'0 nct
as his seconds, and to arrange a duel.
During the proceedings of the na
tional assembly Clemenceau made a
satisfactory explanation to M. Brland
and M. Klotz. Tho Incident therefore
is considered closed.
Senators and deputies of Franco ar
rived In small groups throughout tho
forenoon to take part In the election.
M. Polncare Is a lawyer. He Is also
I a prollflo author and is a member of
the French academy, which glveB him
rank as an "Immortal." He made a
great personal sacrifice when he bo
came premier, for he gave up a lucra
tive practlve at the bar. His elo
quence Is noted in France, and even
his strongest political opponents ex
press confidence in the honesty of his
purposes.
WYOMING HOUSE S0L0NS RIOT
Question as to Who 8hould Preside
Over Deliberations Results In
Violent Fist Fight.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Jan. 22. A riot
took place in the house of representa
tives of the Wyoming legislature
Monday, with Speaker Pratt and
Speaker Pro Tem. Wood both claim
ing to "preside. A violent flght Inter
rupted by mombera took place be
tween the two olncers.
Scenes of violence, which lasted I ful
ly three-quarters of an hour and
which Included two separate encoun
ters between Mr. Pratt and Mr. Wood,
threw the lower house Into hopelesB
contusion. Absolutely no parliamen
tary order obtained and tho scone
was only ended oy an ngreemeni
among the members on the floor when
' cool-headed leaders of either faction
Colorado Aaaln Has Two Senators.
Washington, Jan. 22. Colorado now
has two United States sonators for tho
flrat tlmo alnco tho death of Sonntor
CharloB J. Hughes, In 1911. Former
Gov. Charles S. Thomas waB sworn in
H8 senator from that statu Monday.
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Young Girl Killed by Car.
Aurora. Ill, Jan. 21. A little five-
V"1 " Iu",llUl,nTb' tfvLf
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Komery. two roues soum oi Aururu,
wna run over and lnatantly Wiled by
a atroot car here SundRy.
Americans Win Bicycle Race.
Parts. Jan 21. Joe Fogler of Brook
lyn and Alfred Goulet, tho American
Australian team, von the six day blcy
clo race which ended here Sjnday
night The pair covered 2 780 milos
In 144 hours,
SECOND TRIAL IS ON
DARROW AGAIN DEFENDANT
L08 ANGELES COURT ON
BRIBERY CHARGE.
INTENSE INTEREST IN CASE
Present Proceedings Is to Determine
Whether or Not the Attorney
Bribed Juror Bain Acquitted on
8lmllar Accusation Last Year.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 21. The for
mer labor attorney of Chicago, Clar
ence Darrow, who was chief counsel
for the McNamara brothers In the
first dynamite conspiracy trial, on
Monday faced tho bar of Justice on a
second chargo of alleged Jury bribery
during the famous case. The present
trial is to determine whether or not
the attorney bribed Juror Robert
Daln. Darrow was acquitted of a sim
ilar charge, last year in the cbbo of
George Lockwood.
In view of the recent conviction of
labor leaders at Indianapolis, Ind. all
alleged to bear more or less Intimate
ly upon tho circumstances which
brought about Darrow's Indictment
Intense interest Is centered In this
second attempt to convict the Chicago
attorney. District Attorney John D.
Fredericks declares his second caBo
is much stronger than was the evi
dence in the Lockwood charge. Roth
sides, after two postponements, have
announced their readiness for trial.
Tho Daln Indictment charges that
Bert H. Franklin, formerly chief of
detectives for the McNamara defense,
paid 400 to Robert Rain, which he re
ceived from Darrow for that purpoao,
Rain has confessed to taking the
bribe and, with his wife, will bo an Im
portant witness for the state.
Two new legal light's of prominence
enter the Darrow case in this second
trial. Judge O. W. Powers of Salt
Lake, who successfully defended Mrs.
Anna Bradley for the killing of Sena
tor Arthur Brown In Washington In
1907, will assist Earl Rogers, chief
counsel for tho defense.
Other lawyers for the defense will
bo H. L. Gelsler and Harry Dohm, and
Darrow himself has announced that
ho will tako an actlvo part in hlj own
defense.
Judge Wheatop A. Gray, one of the
best known lawyers in California, will
assist Assistant District Attornoy W.
J. Ford in the prosecution of the caso.
CHARGES 1P AGAINST FISHER
Osage Indians Claim Secretary of In
terior's Attitude Is Hurting Their
Oil Land Leases.
Washington, Jnn. 20. Charges that
Secretary of the Interior Fisher Is
using his olllco to help the Stundard
Oil company get oil leases In Okla
homa, worth millions of dollars, dis
criminating against tho Independent
oil companies and hindering tho Osage
IndlanB gottlng a fair price for tholr
holdings, wero placed on fllo with tho
house committee on Indian nffalrs Fri
day. Asks $3,000 to Protect Wilson.
Washington, Jan. 20 An omor
gency appropriation of $3,000 for pay
for the Bocrot servloe protection for
Prosldent-elect Wilson until his In
auguration was requested of oongross
by Secretary MaoVenh Friday.
Dies at Age of 101.
Highland, 111. Jan. 20 Christian
Jam tt, on- hundred and ono years
old dk-d lurt rrlday, ,fter an Illness
of three yrarf Ilf is hurwvrd b five
children the younfeest of whom is
ilfty-thrco years o
Helen Gould, where her marriage to
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard.
HOME RULE IS NEAR
HOUSE OF COMMONS PASSES BILL
AMID WILD DEMONSTRATION. ,
Measure la Adopted by a Vote of 368
to 258 Main Provisions of
the Enactment.
London, Jan. 18. By a vote of 368
to 268 the bill to, establish homo rule
for Ireland was passed by the house
of commons here Thursday night.
Tho vote was ( characterized by a
degree of tenseness not felt in the
houBe for many years past. ' Immedi
ately, on thy result, being known a
wild demonstration ou the pait of the
measure's partisans followed.
The Asqulth bill, now passed, con
tains tho following provisions:
Establishment of an Irish parlia
ment, with power to make laws ex
clusive of army, navy and crown mat
ters. Gives parliament control of con
stabulary after six years; also old
age pensions and Insurance act.
Protection of religious equality.
Veto vested in lord lieutenant.
Collection of taxes remains
hands of imperial government,
In
but
all governmental expenses of Ireland
are to be paid.
Postal service to be handed ovor
to Ireland.
Parliament to have power to re-
duco or discontinue, imperial taxes,
excepting Income, stamp and estate
duties.
Ireland prohibited from making any
changes In tho home-rule bill.
ASKS ACT TO END DIVORCES
Governor of Nevada Sends Message to
Legislature Recommending Changes
In Present Law.
Reno. Nov., Jan. 20. The Nevnda
state legleluturo convened today nnd
Governor Oddlo delivered his mos- (
sago in which ho mado recommenda- i
tlon so amending tho divorce laws as
to do away with tho "divorce colony" j
which has made Reno famous Gov
ernor Oddlo recommended thnt tho
statutes bo changed to maka tho resi
dence period one year Instead of six
months, an at present. Tho legisla
ture Is favorable to such action, and
it is assorted that tho "divorce colony"
1h doomed. If tho law becomes effec
tive Immediately as planned, It will
deny divorces to nt least 250 mombers
who are at present in Reno from east
ern states.
CANNON'S ADIEU TO HOUSE
Former 8peaker Says He Will Leave
For His Home In Danville
With No Regrets.
Washington, Jan. 2j. With tenrs in
his eyea former Speaker Cannon deliv
ered his valedictory In tho house Sat
urday. Assuming his familiar place
upon tho Republican side, with mem
bers clustered around him, ho related
to IiIb colleagues that ho would soon
go to his homo In Danville, 111., with
no feeling of regret.
As Mr. Cannon pioceeded with hl&
speech he was frequently Interrupted
by applause from both Domocrats and
Republicans.
Submarine Boat Is Lost.
Long Roach, Cal., Jan. 21. Shifting
ballast caused a new typo of sub
mnrtno boat, built by a Los Angeles
concern, to till and (nk when it wns
launched for tria.1 Sunday. The vewsel
oost? 11,000
South Dakota for Suffrage.
Pierre,, S D , Jan. 31. The Iioubs
late Saturday evenlug passed the sen
ate equal suffrage r xollltlon, 7 to no,
asHurlng Its submission to the ptoplo
urt year as a conaMtutlonal amend
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