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EVENING nUUiETIN, IIONOIA'HT, T. II, SATl'RADY. MAY 20 100ft.
TAFT GETS MAD
PRINCE REGENT TO WIRELESS
SPARK 1WHAT COMMODITIES
AT NAVAL SCHOOL
CONCILIATE JAPAN TO SI
You Pay For Your
vertising When It
Is Better Than
F COURSE the
bills are not
sent to you he
pays them. BUT,
he pays them out of
profits whicsi would
have been YOURS
if your advertising
had been better
You will continue
to pay the oth.r
ing bills and, in the
same way, fop his
new store fixtures,
his expansion in
every way until
you decide that
you'll stop it, im
prove and expand
SET THE PACE
Make Slim Pay For
Your Advertising !
In the Bulletin, of
WAItTS NO FACTIONAL AFFAIRS
BROUGHT INTO APPOINT
MENTS TO FEDERAL
GOV. STUDBS GOT IT GOOD.
Incident That Shows What Taft Can
Do in UisettinR Thinpp
When He Gets
WASHINGTON, May 15. I'rcsl-
Piincc of Wales' Son Goes From Os- MARKED ATTENTION SHOWN TO Inventor Claims Ability to Explode
borne to Dartmouth to
Finish His Train'
LONDON, May S IMvvnrd Al
lien, son of Hie I'llnrn of Wales and
f u tn i KIiir of lliltnln, rock to
Dartmouth Naval CoIIcrc tomorrow,
where lie will enter upon Ills second I
luilf of four yearn' Haliilng which
will turn li t in out n stunt t midship
nan. Pur two yearn he Iiiih been at
Osborne at tlic naval coIIoro nnd hns
undergone the Initial stages In en
gineering and penmanship and the
lieu:-1 c 11 tr It-til ti til of the public,
TIVE AT AUDIENCE IN
Magazine on Board Any
MANCHURIAN TROUBLE STATUS.
If China Seeks Trouble Now Man
churia Would Quickly Be
come Japanese Colony.
Udwnrd linn fared tlic same as
dent Taft lino pulled oft n sensation other iuiIpIb In horns of study, food
In Kansas polities that will cut a "" uiconiinodations nnd has n
oguroin that state for several cars, '"''ved the usunl one shilling l-'l
In n tail letter to (iovornorW. K. !-!' I""'1"1 '"'V '! ""
e..,i.i... it .i,in..i ,tn..t.ire lie will! w'" 'JW 'liaiiRC from the iiiingnlnw-
i ....iin..l fn.ilnn iiiiv- HI-p bilihllims at Osliortm to Hip
mil rxi iiii tin niiiuii .... -.
wIipip to u ip him for political, pill
,nsps. Up roph a step farther ami
evokes the niipoliitnicnt of Kohcit
Stone or Topeku, u peisonnl friend
of the governor, as nttorncy In the
ilipurlmeiit of Justice at JP..0D0 a
Defeated Tafl's Friend.
The Blory leeallK the low In the MirXIONATHF. MOItSF.
l.ixt eauiiialRii, In which Joseph I. Te Nnw prMMtTFciq
llrlKtow defeated former Senator lbNOW PfcNNILESS
I.oiir, a personal friend of the pros!
(Special Dispatch to The Call.)
NBW OHI.i:NS. May 17. II. A.
I Polk of 11(1 1 liiann street clnlins to
l.avo found n pioooss by which the
innRazincs on nil of the battleships
heloiiRlnR to Hie tiHVles'of the world
may he destinjeil liy an operator In
a ulrplPKH teleRr.iph station mllet
nwny from the ships.
rolli. who In ipilip a you iir man,
is an adept student of the wireless
system which .Mnreont started, hut
it lias only been dnrlnR i lie Inst three
or four months th.ti In- tins found
the v.i) In which the pioteited inn-
Razlues of battleships tmi) bo reach
I'lIKIN The I'llnce UeRenfs
eouite In making the Japanese rep-
.palliative-out of all the envoys ,, 1(). 1( nJ vlvi.XU. s.irU nml
in lorcign powers nere on a mission ,,, oIt 1V1U was seen J hi uftor
of ceiemony In honor of the HcrciiCs ,,,, nnil niimllui lhnt , i,, fUIi
Immediate predecessor- the object ,lln ..... . whll.h .. .,,,,, ..Imi,.
splendid new lolleRe In His ehle of "' "I''"" nucniion. lias ocrn eo , 1P ,m,Knzln(,, r battleship rimii
the lllvcr Dirt, where all the r(mi-' ""lll"pl" ,inK the visitors, hut no-jn wlrelei. station miles nwa. but
nie lianiPil aftpr famoiis Admiral- ' 1""1 mcm lMp '" ,1,'"y ,linl ,,lt' stated that ns ho wus now noRntlat
The Pi line will be lodged with oilier r,irtcclcii shown the .lapaneso prince , ,I1R with ,hp r,(.cl Slal(., Bern-
licw-teinicrs In the St. Vincent row- "l,p """"icu ny a wisi-ij roucin.i-, , t1P nRMlll, f which had re-
iory poiic Willi tno excepuoii or , ,iosIp,i ,u strict secrecy on the sub-
llinsl.1. China has nothliiR at Isiun i JtH.t ,lp rml(, Ilot filvo (lllt jthlnK
inou Kiinioom, and will oi.cup a
dormitory with twenly-nlno iiuii-tndes.
Ni:V Vork, Mnr ".Charles W
with nn of the western powers. The
lliisabin situation arises over the
ilitestlon of the railroad zone In Mati-
iliuiln, hut Ktiisla's position for sev
for publication about thq iiiauucr In
which the wlieless worKeil while
performliiR Its lafck.
The news of Polk's Invention was
erni ears tiast in t'liltiesc territory ( Ilr8t lmt. i(Imw i,y , brother.
tins not men siiin ns to cause any i wni) otllled the newsuanerH. Polk
dent (incrnor Slnlilis nml llilstow Mo,.H, w(l ltl (,; t, Afrr, ,, uneaslneM about any general policy ' liltiiKo r deplored the fact that his
Curtis, i lien president of Hie Nn- ' """"'" lirotlicr had told niulhliiR of his
tlonal II. mk of North America, lh.it I lapati, however, only re-etiHy was IIiiiIIiirs and seemed fearful lest
he was worth Vl'i, nun. lion, and who redlled with formulating a doctrine . nnylhiiiR about his dUcuwry should
Is now under senteine o't llfteen j Mincer n In r "a stroiiRer policy to-1 Ret Into print. chilinliiR that hu had
yeais In the penitentiary, Is uot!wa"' China" .Japan's railroad nc- made an Ironclad aRrectuuiit with
worth .i dollar tod. Au online in ,,vlrs are more Internal and vital the Roeriitnent to keep the matter
to utiina than are those of Russia, m-upi until such lime as a test would
and slnie the Chinese Ruvcrnmeiit bo made under Us direction at a point
developed Its policy of eucouragliiR Hint would be seleiteit by It.
tallioad huildliiR iiiiioiir Its own1 If the Intention that I'olk ilalms
ppoplo. the slRlit of a forelRii power he lias made Is pi act leal It will rev
weie arr.ied against senator lour
nml his faction.
I'lesldetit Taft was nwaie of It
ill and kept out of It. lie Ricatly
desired lo plare Chester I. I.011R 111
the cabinet, nnd would have done
so but for Hie Double.
Hovel nor Stublm Is nn avowed can
didate (iRiilnst Senator Curtis for
Hip I'tiltpd StntPS senatp.
I (loernor Stubn was In WnshliiK
I ton rec-iiHy nnd while here asked
j Hie piesltlciit lo name a Kaunas man
to .1 Rood position in tnc ucpaumcui
or Jusllie The president consented,
MipposftiK that whoever was named
Mould h.ue the backltiR of Hie delc
Riillun from the state us well as thu
Hovernor Slnlilis sent on Kolirrt
Stone, 11 lawjer, liailliiK from To
peka. H10 home town of Senator Cur
tis Stone was named by Attorney
Ceneral Wiekersham to n J:',HIM
place in the department.
Delegation in Uproar.
Senator Curtis and Itepresenla
lltos Anthony nnd .Miller heatd of
thu appointment throtiRli what Is
known as the Stubbs' newspapers of
Kansas. Then- oiRans let off Rreat
laehlnntlons of Irony and dcllRlit
'that HoMU'uor Stubbs had secured the
appointment without the knowledRU
of the Kansas coiiRresslonal delefiii
Hon. The, articles nppeared to Iinvo been
Inspired by the Roveruor.
A day or so afterward Senator
Curtis nml the two represetilalies
went to the White House nnd pulled
nn the piesidcut these nrlleles and
the other evidence of rIo.iHiir.
Mr Taft pioceeded without delay
to brliiR out the Taft maul, heieto
lote reposliiR 111 a ( oilier of the ee
(inlve olllee, and uvu It heavily on
Hip Kansas Riivpriior.
He wiote two letters, one In Hov
el unr Stubbs and one to Attorney
Ceneral Wichersham. In llu latter
he lobl the head of thu department
of Jusllie to 1 evoke Ihn appointment
of Stone, and said Hoveruoi' Stubbs
had IhouRhtlehsly placed It In ,1 posi
tion that Is entirely indefensible.
In his letter to (imernur Stubb".
thu Rlut of which had leaked out
before li.ul supposed the appointment
would lie credited In the cut It 0 statu
end that hn had expeclid to toil
Mill the delegation about It.
t President is Indignant.
1 ..... . . .. ....
10 my Rrcai surprise, s-ipi inn
pipsldcut. "I tun shown now au ar
ticle in which Mr. Stone's appoint
ment is heralded as 11 humiliation to
Hie members of the delcRalloti ami
SUPREME COURT'S OPINION NOT
AS SWEEPING AS APPEARED
ATTY. GEN WICKER3HAM
Contention of Government and Rail
roads Not Fully Sustained
Congress Mav Pro
hibit. WASHINGTON- Tie dc limn h
the I'. S. supreme emut do Urine
the Hepburn net commodltlea clause
.rmstltutlnnal, thoreb upholdlnR
ihe Rocrninent case iinelnst the
.allruad. is explained bj Attorney
General WlcVnrsham. He nays:
"Mr. Justice White's stntetnent In
nnnounrlnR the opinion of the court
is In effect Hint n proper construc
tion of the so-called commodities
lause prohibits the transportation
by railroad compnnlps only of com
modities owned in whole or In part
h such companies at Ihe time of
transportation, ami that It docs not
prohibit them from transporting
commodities manufactured, mined or
I roiluieil by them previous to such
transportation which nre not owned
by them nt the time of transporta
tion, nnd further that it docs not
apply to transportation of commo
dities owned b other corporations
in which the trnnsportlnR railroad
lompnny has a stock Interest, nl
HioiirIi CotiRress has the power to
extend the prohibition to the last
mentioned cause. If It shall sec fit
to exercise it.
The recognition of Hip power In
l.ls swoin statement made In the
Tombs I'iIfoii, lie doesn't own a
piece of real esl.iio nor a Blnglo
shale of stock 1101 a sltiRle bond of
all Hie companies mid pioperlles.
lllal lie lOllllOIIed two Ve.irs UK!'. I 1",,nll,lv:,l,'H i.inm.iun wniun vlli- uiiiw- me ,,iiiiiii' ui nn, wmm.
Ills lutoiisl in the Consolidated I ,l,'!,e territory piaetlcally by virtue For with a wlrelem luutruniunl 0110 ''i'i"j '." .".p
Steatnslili. ConipaiM which he li id ! "r mllltaiy oieiiiailoii. it not accept-! man lould destro an entire baitlo- r produced lij a company In which
deslRtied lo control' the whole Allan-1 ",'11' '" l,lc '""n China'-, recent ship Heel In a few minutes without Hicianlei Is u stock owner makes It
usniuic nti 1 u),i I'M 1, i 41 .- nn
IsIiiHon lo present nn evasion of thu
loiistriictlnR railroads within Chi- oliiHonUe Hie warfnie of the world. Coiiricm to extend the prohibition
tic coastwise traffic. Is no more th.iu' ''''"'and that .lapan wllbdiaiv her leaiiiR ills wireless station.
that of an ollke hot. lie owns no I (-''rrisotis and police rriim 1 e line or
more of the Ice trust which hel""-' AntutiR-.Moiikden raliiu..u bado ROOSTERS BARRED FROM
created than docs the humblest cltl
And he Is worso on even than that
I'or he is In debt and lie can't pay
thu JudRincnts iiRnlnst him. More
than the $2:',U00.ni)O lias flown. All
he could Ret when Ills credit was
IiIrIi has Rime with it. For Instance,
lie owes V.. .1. Ilerwlnd more Hum
SlVIoiuioo. That Is. In the time
slnco 1H07 n jear and a half thu
former Ice kltiR has lost probably
T2r,, 000. (100. to say nothlnR of the
I risiin sentence H1.1t is hniiRitiR over
All of thes'e facts came out In n
deposition Mors'e'nilido wlen ho was
nucitloncil by Salomon Haufiird,
iiiunsel for I M ward C Jones, who
'had a JudRtnent of $ 1 7 1 . 1! 7 r iiRiilnst
the former lie klnR. Jones learn
d no mnio (hull that ho couldn't Ret
his money. This examination, which
neiieral prohibition the stntllto
ralr to lead lo an Impasse, ami Hipip PRECINCTS OF WASHINGTON w,"r" ""1" ,nerwll,e nn resorici
was npprehenslon that if China ,t-j rHil'11-1. WASIUWUIOM , ,n olhir WQriU , ,,,,,,,,
fiiM-il to resiiine iieRotlatloiu Japan WASIIINtlTON. ln 12- Uoos- l1"' opinion. It Is to llio effect that
would proceed with her Manihurian lers may no longer be kept In the '" 'Hicsuon wnei.ier 11 tumor .1
enterprise lu nccurdanco Willi her . District of Columbia. Tills is Hie
own desires, which would ho tho prim lpaj burden of tlie new "chlck
HiiiiR lea'it of all desirable from the 111" icruIuHohs prtimiilRnled by Hie
Chinese point of Wow. . Health Department of Hie District
i,......(o ..nn m...... 1. ..!.. .... Tbn mips Hiieelrv iiniter what fondl-
., urn in idli.u ,ltll.i.l(llltlll ll,-' - ..,--.. - , ,,., , ,,,. .1 u
1 ... ... ... ,. ... ... , ,,,i,,,,rt,lll In. nlni.t.i t. Will I 111 I u ll n Mf.
Rram Is thu outcomo of expediency lions cinciictis maj lie kept, stlpulat- """"' - r" ' - , , ; ,,, f
,, ,, .. , . 11. tin? iiict u-ii-ii i-ir,. iniiut I,., niinii r'r from so trnnsportlnR; but If that
i.tllier than sentiment, her problems '"K Jusi w 11,11 i.ire inusi ne rhoii "
being connected with the lualnte- Hie chicken-houses and yards. Hut ownership Is only the Indirect In ter-
anr-o ..; nSnoo.ooo ummiIp. with ! ho --... of this series of "chlkeu -"" fr.un owning capita
natural rate of l.icrcaso In tho .0.,.-! .cR.ilatl.ins" Is the following: " a ci.rKirntl..ii which owns
. . -A , i.t-l V ,, Uml,.ru mnv l Ui.nl nn t'11' R''ds, tllllt filet lloi'S IlOt operate
ItiR jcars. on 2.i,r,00 si 1 are 111 es of ' ' o loosiers ina no hejii on "
11 11 . 11 . Mm nioniiuou l" piecnt It from transport iir.
arable land. Manchuria seems lo;1"0 picnilses. ' Y '
Hie Japanese to bo by rlRhl their A lino of from 12 In $10 a ilnj "Tho iliclslou does not sustain tho
proper sphere of development. I'tlil-jl'1 provided for all violations. Til" full contention of either tho guvcrn-
inl considerations seem to be some-1 police mny they are tired of tho inenl or the can lers. It adopts n
what mixed, but considerations of n ' complaints of clll7.ens who own construction of the slatuto illjTcrent
living f"r n larRii number of people 1 alarm clocks ami don't want to lie from Hint contended for by both the
are 1 ocenl nml Insistent Manchuria ' awakened by cock-crowing Hence government and thu carriers. It,
.rolilblted from transnoi'lnR goods
which It has produced 01 owned de
pends upon whether It owns or has
nn Interest in them at the time of
transportation. If It has, then tho
Is not a thickly populated region,
was conducted under nn older from i and doubtless them Is room for both
Supleino Court Justice O'Uormnti, Chinese and Japanese, provided Ihn
was hold lu Hie Tombs on April :uth. j latter do not colonize In too large
Slnco then kiwjers nnd all concerned I numbers.
have caiefully Rtiardcil the minutes I Were China to Invite conclusions
of tho htenoRraphei-H. Though It with Japan at present, cither ovet
was 11 public pioieediiiR given itmler .Maiuhurla or tho minor affair of
older of court, supported by public . I'ratas Island, there is 110 doubt
money, they didn't piopose tli.it thai about tho future of Mamhuria. H
public should leniii unthluR of II. would he that of a Japanese lolonv
Al tho very outset of the nxaiulli- and its possession would so stieiiRth
allou II became apiiuiuiit lo llanfoid ' ( 11 Japan lliiauel.illy thai in her
however, sustains the principle con
tended for by the Ruvernment that
CniiRiess has power to prohibit n
c.inler from carrying lii competi
tion with other shippers, commodi
ties which tho carrier owns or In
which It Is Interested. It opcrntes
nt once to prevent any carrier from
transporting any commodity which
It owns at tho moment of shipment
nnd It confirms In Congress power
to extend Hint prohibition to tho
carriage of commodities owned nt
the time of shipment by u corpora-
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lllu .tl(illl ll-,ltlrl I, ,11, 1 l. 11 l.lu. I Clllllll Vllllllll iitwutu nlu'inu llllll, II l.lu ....... I In 1.1- ....II ..Ill I...
..... i. .".,,. ...,,., ... ..,.,.. ...... ......... ...-..... ......,v.. ...,. .. ,,,a i,,i iiuima, mn iiaiiuu in 1111 ., ..i,i.. . . v.
Mn r..r ilm innni.v ilval within Hm limits of the em- i.i.. i ,.... ..if rt- en i.. .,r n... """ '" uicu uio carrier nns a BIOCI!
" "" . .- j..-. . ..-- iiiii; 11 tun Ull IIP llill nilliil' tit IHV
- ll'lro. Ily ndoptlng an enlightened honors In nny controversy. The He-
CAIt.NIKilK VISITS KING- Itome. ! policy or tolerntlon China may ho gent, therefore. Is pot unwlso In
May 17. Andiew Carnegie was re-iablo to control tlm extent of Jap.i- seeking In placate his iiRfiresslvo
lutei est '
celved lu mullein c liy.KliiR Victor , n'so opciatlons in the eastern pro- nelRhbnis and awaiting the arbltr.i-
Hmmnmiel ludii) Hn was pieseut
ml by geiinlor Cappnlllnl of the I'nl
veislty of HoloRiia
3JJ- DULLETIN ADS PAY -JfJ
Ivlmes, keeping the reRlon from slip- nient of tho )ears.
pliiR from Hie rotitiol of the feliin
Roverninent At the rale ( I1I1111 Is The Weekly Edition of the Evenlna bales of cotton.
ladvnncltiR loda, long berore Hi" (Bulletin gives a complete summary of mated at S3UU. 000 und Is covered by
I voting Ihupcror lakes the scepter In tho news of the clay. Insurance.
COTTON OIN IS IIlMt.'i:n Fort
Smith. Ark , May 17. KIro hero
early today destroed tho Tort Smith
compress and Its contents of 5,000
Tlic loss Is est!-
as a Joke oil Iheni; not mil) lliat,
but also as an Instrument for tho de
feat nf one of tho couricseuiicii, Mi.
"I think you must ourself see,
governor, that I could not for a mo
ment put no self in au attitudn of
opposition lo Ihn delegation, t'spe
dally lo particular ft lends' of mine
like Mr. Aiithoti), and Senator Cur
tis." The president then slatps that If
Hip dclcRntlon shall approve llio ap
pointment, of Sliinu It will uriiIii be
The piisldent winds up by sajliiR1
"I can't allow myself or llio depait
meiits under mo tu ho made tho
means of tho pinmotlon of tho poli
tical fortunes of one fuel Ion or tho
oilier in u state ns luipnitaut as
IM TW6S THKEAO V
I I'ltlKON l'OIt TIIKIT Sanla
iKos.i. May 17 A. Aciiillopaeo was
'leulriueil to I 111 cu )eais III I'olsoin
1 prison bj Judgo Soawcll today for
having stolen tho a gold yvvatih nt.d (
soini oilier unifies or Jewelry belong
liit' to Mis llli havilB, iIuukJiIoi' ot
.Mi Mid Mi Thendoro Itiebnrdn uf
Anna Callente splliiiss, while assist
ing lu (leaning house, two years a?o.
irz -i-rii .,.1 i-. . . - .
a. ' 11 I St (St)) IHRUur.M C5PCM tviuTtOW. 11
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