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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 40
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(Continued from Pago 13)
Is no testimony against mo except in
the form of hearsay evidence, hoar
say statements of men who are
Ho took up in succession what ho
termed tho "different charges made."
As to tho Archbold-Standard Oil
contribution of $100,000 Colonel
Roosevelt said ho knew nothing of it
except the report that reached him
just before he wrote his letter to
Chairman Cortelyou on October 26,
CAN LAY IT.
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ffflfortrMotibto bv Hat, Cold, Sun or Rain,
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FIFTEEN YEARS' CONTEST WITH THE MONEY TRUST
By Arthur Edward Stilwell, author of "Confidence or National
Suicide," "Universal Peace," "War is Messmerism," "Reforming the
Camp," "The Road to Success," "Expose of the Money Trust."
Democratic voters should read the book and then loan it to their
THE FARNUM PUBLISHING CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILL.
That Produce Twenty Profitable Crops
Therefore few parts of the world which offer the agricultural
opportuMies that we are offering on our ARTESIAN FARMS,
situated in Clay County, Florida. Of all Florida this is the locality
which will increase in value the quickest. Hero is a place to come
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tho same effort that you are now doing where you are, located, you
can quickly grow wealthy for you can select one of twenty or moro
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failure. This is not a new and wild country, but is in the heart of
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growing rapidly, and these farms that we are now offering you for
$35.00 an acre will bring $100.00 an acre before you realize it. We
make this statement regarding this territory because wo are con
vinced of its coming greatness.
DO NOT COMPARE THIS LAND WITH
The rainfall in this section is ample. The climate is all that could
bo desired. In fact, hero everything that tends to success seems to
be pretty well blended. Please do not compare our region in Florida
with the numerous localities now being exploited in the public press.
We are not a drainage proposition but our land is ready for you to
move on and we are glad for you to come as soon as possible. You
can immediately begin to grow crops from which' you In a very short
timo can realize large profit. Our soil is a dark sandy loam and
is underlaid with a clay sub-soil. We have water and rail trans
portation. We are within ten to twenty miles of the growing city
of Jacksonville. Wo want agents for this land and we want buyers.
WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION IN REGARD TO A FREE
TRIP TO SEE OUR LANDS IN FLORIDA, TO
ARTESIAN FARM LAND SALES CO.
212 Scarritt Building, Kansas City, Missouri
1904, instructing him to accept no
such contribution, or to return it if it
had been accepted. He said he had
been repeatedly informed that no
contribution had been made.
"Cortelyou told me that," he
added, "and Mr. Bliss told Mr. Loeb
that and only the other day Cortel
you informed me again that ho had
been informed by Mr. Bliss that no
such contribution had been received."
The colonel said he knew nothing
of $100,000 contributions by J. P.
Morgan or George J. Gould until Mr.
Morgan and George R. Sheldon testi
fied before the committee yesterday.
He knew H. C. Frick had contributed
heavily. He said, and was ready to
contribute again if it had been de
sired. Colonel Roosevelt said he had
never denied that corporations gave
to the 1904 campaign fund. At that
time he declared, it was not con
sidered improper for them to con
tribute. He had made a rule for the
national committee, he added, that
no such contribution should be re
ceived from any source if it carried
with it an implied or direct promise
of return or favor from the administration.
President Taft discussed interna
tional peace with Pierre Loti, the re
tired French naval officer, telling him
he would make another effort to
secure arbitration with Great Britain.
provided that the burden is evenlv
distributed on the ships of all coun
tries there is no discrimination
within the terms of the treaty."
The railroad interests attacked this
section of the treaty, although it is
not the one of vital interest to them
but because the other sections
opened no point of attack. After the
English government has presented its
protest, being forced thereto on ac
count of Canadian pressure, that will
probably end the matter. Omaha
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THAT ENGLISH PROTEST
From tho press dispatches that
have been sent out from New York
an impression has been created that
all England is up in arms on account
of the passage of tho canal bill, but
as the London papers come to hand
that does not seem to be the case
at all. It is very evident that the
thing that troubles the transporta
tion interests the most is not free
passage for American ships engaged
in the coastwise trade which they say
violates the Hay-Pauncefote treaty,
but the section that prohibits rail
road owned ships from passing
through the canal at all.
Several of the London papers call
attention to the fact that England
can have no cause of complaint on ac
count of the free tolls. Tho London
Nation, which holds a very high po
sition in the estimation of the edu
cated class in that city, says:
"America, as a protectionist coun
try, has stringent navigation laws.
No foreign shin is allowed to enorficA
in coastwise traffic between American
ports, and, moreover, her courts have
given the widest possible interpreta
tion to the term 'coastwise traffic'
"This had obvious bearings on the
provisions of the Hay-Pauncefote
treaty. Ita provisions for enualitv of
treatment could not apply to vessels
engaged' In coastwise traffic and using
the canal because only American ves
sels in fact were so engaged. If the
treaty meant that American ships
which enjoyed a monopoly under the
navigation laws when plying round
Cape Horn between the eastern and
western coasts of America should
lose that monopoly when they used
the canal it should certainly have
said bo, but no one ever suEreroRtnri
that tho treaty suspends the opera
tion of the navigation laws when the
coasting trade goes through the
"The greater discrimination in
cludes tho less, and as the naviga
tion laws exclude all but American
ships from the coastincr trail a Ti
grievance of discrimination in tolls
upon coastwise traffic would seem to
be somewhat .unreal. The coasting
trade is already an American monop
oly, and tho imposition or relaxation
of dues upon It would seem to be
a purely domestic affair.
"It -is true that the exemption of
American coastwise ships from all
tolls would seem to throw an unfair
burden on the overseas trade, but
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