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H 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1000-
I FIRST CHOICES
FIED1 II OUT
Bucolic and Tain O'Shanter
Have Exciting Race at
H FIRSTS AM EI) PROVED
H THE BEST OF THE TWO
Close Finish Marked the Fourth
Race. Which Was Won by
SAN FRANCISCO. Fob. 27. Two first
choices, Bucolic nnd Tam O'Shanter.
fought It nut In the second race ut Oak
land today, and In a driving finish tho
Hl f former proved the gamest, and won. An-
other cIobc and exciting flnleh marked
tho fourth race, which was won by Mns
an. under a clever ride by BniEnel.
Weather clear: track muddy.
Summary o Races.
! First race, four and a half furlongs
Blagp. 105 (Robinson). 7 to 2, won; Duko
I of Orleans. 114 (Dugan), 1 to 2, second;
Elmdale, 109 (Clark. 15 to 1. third. Time,
..BV5 seconds. Yankee Jim. John 11. Shee
I han, Mr. Melton and Ocean Shore nlyo
Second race, six furlongs Bucolic. 102
j (Wright), 2 to 1. won. Tam O'Sliantcr, lto
(Clark), 11 to 10. second; Follow Me. 105
I (C. "Williams). 7 to 1. third. Time, 1:17.
Do Orammont. Lady Bimbo. Duelist. Slnl
i tstro. No Remark, Artillery Star and
i Harry Thatcher nlfo ran.
Third race, mile and fifty yards Jerry
Hum. 104 (Schado). 7 to 1. won. Black-
i thorne, 112 (F. Sullivan), B to 1. second;
Baker. 112 (Graham). 10 to 1. third. Time.
1 lMSfc. Expedient, Iras. Swift Queen,
I Preetano. Florence Fonso. Bote Ely. Box
Elder. Macono and Mordente also ran.
Fourth ruco, mile and fifty yards Mns
1 , W (Brussel). 0 to fi. won; Thco Caso.
i 02 (Ilurtv), 7 to 1, second; Corrlgnn. 04
(Sandy) to 1. third. Time. 1:47. Clydco.
Dixie Lud. Brlarthorpe. Nlnespot and
I Chrlstlno A. also ran.
Fifth ruco. futurity course Distributor.
IDS (L. WllllamK). 7 to 1. won: Allen
Carey. 1(W (Clark), 2 to 5. second; Blrdlo
P.. 105 (Fountain), 7 to J. third. Time,
1 1:14. Boar ITuntor. Lurcne. Decoy, Chest- i
nut, Derondos and Lady Minora also ran
Slxtli race, fuiurlty course Boloman.
107 (Fountain). 7 to 6. won; Fullotta. 110
(Loaguc), G to 6, second; I'm Joe, 110
(Clarke), 20 to 1. third. Time, 1:13. Lis
aro, Ebel Thatcher. Lotta Gladstone. Ray
Carlo and Inez Batchelder also ran.
Oakland Entries for "Wednesday.
Klret race, four and a half furlongs St.
Lucar 10S. Utlca 10S. Saxonla 10S. Lord
Rosslnton 10S. Grace G. 107, Mabel Hol
lander 111, Nappa 110.
Second race, six furlongs Ncttlo Illcks
100, Ellord 100. JIcht Go Round 100.
Smllcr 105. Rusticate 105. Cocksure 107.
Frank Fllttner 110. "Whcatstono 07, Lord
1 Third race, six furlongs Albert Enrlght
107. Barker 107. Instrument 107. Dr. Shcr-
I man 107, Janeway 107. Bear Hunter 107.
j The Reprobate 107. My Order 107, "Water-
spout 107, Allco Carey 105. Dora I. 105,
1 ' Fourth race, one mile Chablls 101. Lady
j Kent 105, Jolly "Witch 105. Briers 105. Mr.
Farnum 107, Major Tenny 107. Glcnarvon
107 Klndlcr 103, Yellowstone 110. Foxy
Grandpa 110. Blackthornc 110, Dusty Mll
I Fifth race, six furlongs Dargln 111.
! Watchful y. Lily Goldlng DO. Ralbert 107,
Judge 102. El DIncro SS.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs
Gosslper ST. Neva Leo KG. Dcutchlnnd 114,
Tocolaw 114, Llsnro W.
ILANGE'S HARD PROPOSITION.
Former Wrestler Fades tho Shirt
Wrestlers have their troublra Just like other
human being, and Charlie Lango, tho old
time member of the Corbcit combination,
which worked here when tho former champion
wont under tho name, of Jim Dillon, hud his
yesterday when ono of tho hnbenlanhcry gang
endeavored to measure tho huo athlete for
an order of shirts. Charllo has reduced down
to 2?S round nnd only looks ns broad as tho
front of tho new nostofflce.
When the talesman attomptcd to run tho
Upe around langtj's Apollo-like proportions.
Ills reach fell short by a Salt Iako block and
ho was obllced to finish his nicanurements
by chalking up the distance around tho blc
Tho efforts of the shirt accnt to mako con
rifctlons with both en-Is of the tape caused
lawyer Dan Hurley, who was superintending
the operation, to Inquire whethtr or not "Fath
i t" Lange waji belnp measured for an awning
j rr a tent. i
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ATHLETES FOR OLYMPIC
games a mm
Selection Made al Meeting of
Amateur Athletic As
sociation. NEW YOIIK, Feb. 27. The athletes
who will represent Amorlca In tho
Olympic ?nmcs at Athens from April 22
to May 2 next were named tonight at a
meeting In this city of the special oni
mlttee ippolntd for the purpose by tho
board of governors of tho Amateur Ath
letic union. The selection, however, is
conditional, owing to uncertainty as to
tho attltudo of collego and university au
thorities, us the latter may not coun
tenance lln prolonged absence of their
students. Tho llnul selection was referred
to a commlttio ct throe, consisting of
James 13. Sullivan of the A. A. U., Julian
W. Curtis and O. T. Klrby.
Selections Aro Conditional.
This committee will meet a week
hence The following conditional selec
tions for tho te.im were made: One hundred-meter
run Archie Ifahn. Milwau
kee A. C. W. D. Eaton, Cambridgeport
gymnasium; G. II. Queryrougo, Y. M. C
A., New Orleans, nnd W A. Schick, Har
vard Eight hundred-meter run II. V. Valen
tine. Fifteen hundred-meter run J. II. Sul
livan and G. P. Bonhog, both of the
Irish-American A. C.
Four h-mdrcd-mctcr run S. L. Hlllman,
N. Y. A. C. and W. A. Schick. Harvard.
Flvc-nille run G. P. Bonhag.
Marathon rnce, forty-two kilometers
Marathon to Athens J. J. Foreshaw of
tho Missouri A. C. J. Fowler. Cambridge
port gyn-naflu-ii and W. Frank. Irish
American A. C.
Standing broad Jump Rav Ewrv, N. Y.
One hundred nnd ton-meter hurdle
Hugo Friend, Chicago A. A., and It
Lcavltt. Williams college.
Running broad Jump lingo Friend and
Mycr Prlnsteln, N. Y. A. C.
Hop, skip and Jump Mycr Prlnsleln.
High Jump H. W. Kerrigan. Portland.
Polo vault E B. Glover. Chicago A. A.
Weights nichr id Sheldon and James
Mitchell. N. Y. A. C.
Swimming team G. M. Daniels. N. Y.
A. C; Mnrquand Schwartz. St. Louis; J.
W. Speyer and N. J. Barnnman, N. V.
Lack of Money a Drawback.
It wus announced at the close of the
meeting that arrangements had boon pro
gressing as far a3 possible. Insufficient
funds .mil uncertainty regarding the col
kgo authorities attitude was ascribed as
the reason for failure to complete the ar
langcmcnts. The committer lacks S7.0M
of the mim necessary to rend the selec
tions of the American team. A telegram
v.p.s received by the chairman of the
committee announcing that Gov. Guild
of Massachusetts had personally collected
42500 toward defraying tho expenses of
the team. Part of this amount, it Is un
derstood, wr.s collected at Harvard.
Woatlicr Local roJn.or snow.
Yesterday's roport at the local ofllce of tho
weather bureau -
.Maximum temperature 55 dep.; minimum
temperature. J7 dep.; mean temperature, 16
det:.. which ts 0 dep. nbovo tho normal.
Accumulated excess of temperature alnco tho
llrst or tho mon;h. JO deje-
Accumulated c.xeciw of temperaturo since
January 1, il dep.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to Cp. m.,
Accumulated exceas of precipitation ulnco tho
flrat of tho month. .35 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation sine
January 1. .11 Inch.
Itelatlvo humidity nt 6 p. m., 33 per ctnt.
Abilene, Tex 30 G2
AshovlJe 38 c
Atlanta 2( CO
DlemarcrC 10 IS
Boise t2 M
Boston !t IS
Buffalo , 12
Cairo W 4S
Calgary ...;.... i; 3
Charleston 4S 62
Chicago v. 21 Si
Cincinnati CO 40
Danv:r 22 -tii
Detroit IS 2S
Do-K'o 22 12
Duuith ft) 22
Elktns ... 2i3 42
HI Paso. 40 &S
Grand Junction ... .......,.V....S- is $'1
Havre .... M0 - ' 42
Helena. 22 44
Huron 12 30
Knmlooon , 30 is
Kancis City ..........v ....o. J2 3S
Knoxvlllc 32 33
Lnnd.T 20 10
Llttly Rock M. .. 13 30 Gl
ixi Ancelea ' 4S 75
Mile Olty 23 ic
Modena 24 M
Montgomery ....... 40 "i
Moorhead '0 10
New York City ...-.......,.?5....Wf.T'ei 40
Xorfjlk. Va ., ,'40
NorthfleM. Vt R SC
North Platte 22 41
Oklahoma. 20 'A
Omaha IS 30
Phoenix 41 M
Plttsbur? , 18 31
rocatoll) Jt 2S 42
Portland. Or ..: .....T.... 3S. W
llapld City IS lu
RoMburu 40 :1
Bt. Tuis w ' J5
St. Paul ." S 26
San F.-nncl;co (0 62
Fan to. Fe 24 G2
Kault Stc. Mnrio n 15
Scrantor. . 1G M
Spokane 32 42
Swift Current 12 t',2
Victoria 3S 50
Washlnsto.T 3) - S
Wlnncmucc.i 33 60
Winnipeg 13 2
Yuman 52 $2
To the Public.
The 1906 edition of R. L. Polk & Co.'s
Salt Lake City directory Is. now ?In
press. All persons who; have recently
"made any change In their business or
residence locations, und all new comers,
are requested to write ub or' call at our
offices in order to insure correct Inser
tion of their names, business, etc. No
changes will be taken over the 'phono.
W. P. Cooper, Sec and Mgr., 617-620
Fancy embroidery centerpieces only
40c this week at I X L Furniture Co.
Caused by Female Disorders and Cured by
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
A great many women sulTor with a
form of indigestion or dyspepsia which
I doca not seem to yield to ordinary treat
I mcnt. Vhilc the s3'mptoinsaeum to be
I similar to those of ordinary indiges
tion, yet the medicines universal' pro
1 6cribecl do not seem to restore the pa
j tient's normal condition.
1 Mrs. Plnjtham claims that there is a
kind of (Vyspepsin that is caused hy a
derangement of the female orgnnism,
and which, while it causes a disturb
ance similar to ordinary indigestion,
cannot be rolieved without a medicine,
which not only acts as a stomach tonic,
but has a peculiar tonic clYect on the fo
As proof of this theory we call at
tention to the case of Mrs. jWaggio
"Wright, Brooldyn, N. Y., who was
completely cured by Lydia B. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound after every
thing else bad fuiled. She writes :
I " For two years J suffered with dyspepsia
I which fo dogeneratcd tho entire system that I
j was unable to attend to my daily duties. I
felt weak and nervous, and nothing that I utfl
tasted good and it caused a disturbance in my
stomach. I tried difforont dyspepsia cures,
J but nothing seemed to help me. I was nd
1 vised to givo Lydln E. Pinlrham's Vegetable
I Compound a trial, and was linppily surprised
! to And that it acted like a flno tonic, and in a
fowdays I began to enjoy and properly digest
I my food. My recover' was rapid, and in
I flvo weeks I was a well woman. I havo rec
I ommended it to many suffering women."
! No other medicine in the world has
! received such widespread and unquali
J ficd endorsement or has such u record
of cures of female trou bias, as has Lj'dia
' E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
FOB GRAND JURY
Officers Consult With .Judge
Howell, but Latter Makes
WAS NOT PRESENT
Ogden Paper Makes Terrible
Charge Against G. Ilalverson,
OGDEN, Feb. 27. The determination
seems lo be that the charges of alleged
Kraft on the part of public olllclala In
Ogden and Weber county shall bo thor
oughly Investigated, and to that end,
when court opened Monda before
Judge Howell, the Immediate caso before
the court being the charge against Coun
cilman William W. Ccalg pr appropriat
ing to himself and other members of the
City Council Illegal fees. District Attor
ney George Ilalverson aroso and ad
dressed a request that a grand Jury bo
called to Investigate tho alleged miscon
duct of public officials.
Wants a Grand Jury.
In his address to tho court Mr. Ilalver
son stated that a local morning paper had
made certain statements and comparisons
Intended to affect the proceedings in tho
Craig caso now before tho court. That
public odlclals. hlmwelf included, had been
charged with having been instrumental in
the dismissal of a ense where a man was
charged with murder, and asked that n
grand Jury bo called and that the acts
of every odlclnl In public life, and by In
ference he referred specially to those ot
himself, bo thoroughly investigated and
a report rendered to tho court.
Terrible Charge Against Halverson.
The special article In the publication
that refers to Mr. Halverson is as fol
lows; Junl before I bcAmo Mayor a clsarmakcr,
the Ron of Mr. AVcasler. the clpar manufactur
er, was baten to death In a paloon In at
tempting to collect a. bill. Tho man who com
mitted thn awful crime did not oven hnvo a
trial. GoorEf llalverin. tho innn who In now
proeecullnt; tho City Councilman for votlnjr
themxelvM 1 15 e.xtru pay, consented to tho dls
inlfpal nnd had thn man charged with murder
dismissed.' Great Scott! In it ivslbl thixt
h man who han been honeot und uprlcht ,All
hl life, who honestly bcllnvrd he earned $65
n year, l to be punlMicd. whllo tho mnn who
takes human life Koe frc even without a
Officials to Hold Conference.
Judge Howell stated that beforo ho
would call a grnnd Jury he would Investi
gate the matter with the olHcers. To this
end a meeting was called for tonight In
tho Judgo'e chambers. At 7:30 tonight
The best is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It ;v'vr?Ff v&gj
is the best because it does the most good. -f&fPl
While it makes the blood pure, fresh Spi
and lively, it tones the stomach to bet- ip 4p
ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimu- s pSS
lates' the kidneys and liver, gives new cH
brain, nerve and digestive ' strength. PfeW
An unlimited list of cures 40,366 tes- r. vji . Jlf
testimonials in 2 years proves its merit.
Special. To meet tho wlsboa of those who Sctl4SSSisW
profor xnodlcino in tablot form, wo nre now pat
tine up Hood's Sarsaparilla In chocoloUj-coalcd Mrs. W. A. Snowden. 103 31ilton St., Dedhani,
tabids as woll .ia in tho ununl liquid form. Uy Mas8 says: " I wnnt every sick woman to
reducing Hood's Sarsaparilla to n solid oxtrnct, know the curincr power of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
no hsro retained Id the tnbUta tho cnrntlvo prop- After h long illness, I brill milk leir and a
ertloi of uvery medicinal Inin-edlont. dreadful oro which Hood's Snrsnparilla pcr
Sold by druteits or nent by mall. 100 foctlycured. This medicine purified my blood
aows ono dollar. O. I. liood Co.. Lonoll, Mass. and invigorated my wbolo systoin." -
NEAR THE TO ZOi
Diplomat Declares Strife Be
tween Germany and France
Is Now Unavoidable.
ST. PETERSBURG. Feb. 27.-Mo:t
alarming views with reference to rela
tions between Germany nnd franco pre
vail In certain diplomatic quarters where
tho situation is -considered to be extreme
ly tense and a conflict by no means un
likely. The Embassador of one great
European power told the Associated
PreHs today that wnr, in his opinion,
was Inevitable nnd had. In fact, alrendy
been decided upon.
"It la snd," added the diplomat, who 13
not rnnked among the admirers of Em
peror Wllllnm. "that for the whims of
one mnn Europe must be plunged Into
the horrors of war."
At the French embassy opinion as to
tho sltuntlon Is frankly pessimistic, and
the outlook at present Is regarded as ex
tremely serious, tho view being that
there Is no telling what mny be In store
If the conference should break off nnd
Franco nnd Germnny be left face to face
in uncompromising opponltlon.
Kaisor's Toast Arousos Alarm.
The abandonment of the French posi
tion Is regarded as Impossible. Emperor
William's toast nt the bannuct in Berlin
yesterday with Its direct allusion to the
possibility of war. Is quoted with appre
hension. German circles affect to be
lieve that wnr Is out of tho question. Tho
Emperor's words are regarded In these
German circles ns merely nntirnl phrases
applicable lo his military functions.
Russian officials personally take a
gloomy view of the outlook, and espcclol
ly of the prospects of securing a now
loan abroad, but tho Foreign Office is
ofllclallv on record us trusting that tho
dispute ultimately will work out satisfactorily.
FHANCE SENDS ULTIMATUM.
Note to Gorman Delegates Causes In
creased Pessimism in Morocco.
AIGKZIRAS, Feb 27. M. Revoll. tho prin
cipal French delegate, this nflernoon hundcd
to Horr von Ilailowltz, tho first Ciormnn dulc
Kate, a short not from Urn Ionch Government
relative to the pruiKjeed Moi-occnn bank, mint
ing out that It wns now for tho ronferenco to
dlscUM nnd decide the question, and e-xpremlnif
the view thnt tho FYvnch srhrme Old not proju
dlco comnvrclal and economic rqunllly.
The French note farther, In inalnlnlnlnc tho
police propopil of the delegates representing
thnt country, says thnt a Joint French njid
Spanish organization would not affect the com
mercial j-jsltlon of other powers In open ports
Tho naure of this reply has caused an In
crease of pessimism In quarters already In
clined to predict tho failure of the conference,
but Impartial delegates retain their hope of
the succew of mediatory efforts between Ber
lin nnd Paris.
ROBBERS SECURE $37,500
"Russian Bandits Shoot Bank Guar
dian and Secure Money.
HEI.SINGFORS. Finland. Feb. 27. Ten
men robbed tho Russian Stato bank of 137.100
lust nlKht and killed tho guardian.
The robbery was committed with amazlnir
boldness, In broad day nnd qn the principal
street of tho city. Tho robbers forced tho un
nrmed employees to throw up their hands,
look tho keys of tho safe nnd then drove
them Into an adjoining room, warnlnc them
thnt with nny attempt to escapo two "bombs"
which thoy placed' ngnlnst tho door would
Tho "bombs," however, wore merely empty
tomato cans. The robbers remained In tho
Imnk for ten minutes, packing tho plunder In
small bags. ' Their louder held n short con
versation over tho telophono with some un
known person, after which be Jerked tho tele
phono receiver from Its cord and then tho band
Tho corpso of tho guardian, who was shot
while he was rushing Into tbo room, was muti
lated with a knife by ono of tho robbora, who
are thought to be revolutionists from tho
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DANCE
Successful Beception and Ball Given
One of the most successful receptions
nnd balls of the season was that given
by about one hundred and llfty couples.
It was one of the finest ever given by
that order. Chrlstcnsen's orchestra fur
nished the music for the occasion.
Tho hall was decorated with pnlrrw.
potted plants and national colors. Card
tables were arranged In the lodgo room
for those not caring for dancing. Light
refreshments and punch wcro served dur
ing the evening.
Tho following committee wns In charge
of the affair: O. J. O'Brien. C. J. Collins
and Edward aicGurrln. The order will
give another ono of these brilliant func
tion after Easter.
COUNT WITTE BAFFLED
He Fails in His Attempt to Hold
Timiriazaff in Russian Cabinet.
ST PETKRSr.FRG. Feb 27. Tho efforts to
retain In the Cabinet M. Tlmlrlazcff. the Min
ister of Commerce, who tendered his resigna
tion on February 1?. camo to naucht at a
conference this evening with Premier Witto.
"A't tirl conferenco M Tlmtrlazeft refused to
'ibaW ono Iota of his conditions which In
cluded guarantees of a change In the position
of the Government rclatlvo to tho abandon
ment of regressive measures, except an such
measures may bo necessary In order to cope
with nctual or contemplated disorders or revo
lution, and assurances that Minister of tho
Interior Durnovo should not bo permitted to
Interfere with the execution of M. Tlmlrlazeffn
Industrial programme by wholesalo arrests of
To theso conditions, which practically de
mand the rotlroment of M. Durnovo. Count
Vltte was unnblo to assent He however,
urged M. Tlmlrlozeff to remain In the Cabi
net for tho short lime, before tho convocation
of the Nstlonnl assembly, which he said would
bo tho responsible arbiter on all questions of
Judge Howell. Sheriff Bailey, Tinder
Sheriff Sebrlng. Chief of Police Browning,
Detective Pender and Desk Sergeant Ben
Ternes met in chambers with Judge How
ell and discussed the call of District At
torney Halvorson for a grand Jury to In
vestigate conditions In Ogden and Weber
No Decision Announced.
There was no decision announced. It Is
Intimated that the conclusion of the offi
cers nnd the court will bo kept from tho
public until BUch time as Judgo Howell
may announce them from tho bench,
which will probably be on Vednesdny.
either after the conclusion of the Craig
caso or during a recess when the Jury is
absent from the courtroom.
Prosecutor Maliciously AttacKed.
Mr. Halverson says that he has been
maliciously attacked In the article, but
that before he will tako criminal action
against the perpetrator of the alleged
libel ho prefers that a proper invcatlgnt
Ing body shall Investigate Ids record In
office. This he Invites nnd will velcomo,
for the reason, ho says, that there Is no
foundation for tho mendacious charge.
Further, he says that he Is an ardent ad
vocate of the grand jury system of In
quiry, and thinks that one should bo
called every year, and that a thorough
Investigation of all tho acts of public of
ficials should bo made.
Mr. Halverson further stated that,
should the court decline to appoint the
grand Jury which ho requests, nnd should
the conference of the officers agree that
such a courrie was not now needed, ho
will still take his recourse ut law against
the ' mallgncr, and will enter a criminal
; action. ' ,
RATE Bill WILL
Tillman Presents Measure to
the Senate, but Makes
ALDRICH SHOWS POSITION
OF OPPOSING FORCES
Senate Galleries Are Crowded
in Anticipation of a Field
WA'-SHINCiTON'. Feb. 27. The Hepburn
railroad rate bill wns reported to the Scn
nto today by Senator Tillman. In nccord
I ance with tho action of tno Senate Com
mittee on Interstate Commerco last Fri
day. Ijirge crowds assembled In the gal
hrlcs. anticipating a Held day of debate,
but wore disappointed. There was llttlo
of Intercut in the proceedings regarding
the bill. A brief statement from Mr. Till
man, with tho necessary nrrangement roi
printing the report of the hearings be
foro the committee, and a promlso that a
formal roport would be made later, was
followed bv a few remarks from Mr.
Aldrlch. showing tho p 'sUInn of the flvo
Republicans who opposed the bill ns re
ported. No Unnecessary Delay.
Mr. Aldrlct Indicated that there would
bs no unnecessary delny, but that tho bill
would bt discussed in accordance with Its
Mr. Clapp called up the bill lo dispose
o: the affairs of the Five Civilized Tribes
li Indian Territory, and the preliminary
discussion showed that there was much
opposition, also that thero wus lo be
cr:tlclsm of tho disposition of the coal
lands owned by the Indians.
Mr. Clapp asked for Immedlnte consideration
of tho bill for tho final disposition of the af
fairs of the flvo civilized tribes, and argued
that unless tho bill was passed beforo Sunday
thero would bo embarrassing complications,
for the reason that the tribal relations como
to on end at that tlmo by existing law.
Mr. Foraker objected on th- ground that It
would Interfere with the Statehood bill. ,
Mr. Ralley said there wer amendments
mado to tho bill In tho committer which over
rule oplnlonu of the courts and tho views of
tho Attorney-General, and that It would b
Impossible, to pnis It by Mnrch I. He thought
that enough of It could lw passed, however,
to continue tho tribal relations temporarily.
As an objection to the bill Hint would have to
bo dehnted. Mr. Bailey mentioned tho pro
visions In relation to iho disposition of coal
lands and he thought legislation should bn
adopted to prevent theso binds from passing
to tho railroads, which hod been given grants
for their rights of way across Indian Territory.
Ho osllmated that the lands Involved millions
of dollars that would bo saved to a school fund
with tho proper legislation.
Saicastic Mr. Spooner.
Mr. Spooner said that ho had discussed tho
bill with tho S.-crciary of tho Interior and had
gained the Impression that tbo limitation on
the time for the sale of tho coal land bad
been placed In the bill "from somo Blnlstcr
Objections to this statement wero promptly
mode by Mr. Clark of Wyoming and Mr. Teller
Mr. McCumber said It would be nccossary to
extend tho tribal relations In order to protect
tho coal lands and other grants from passing
from tho Indians to railroads and other corpor
nallons. After tbrse statements had been unado It was
r greed that tho bill should be considered dally
during th- morning hours until disposed of.
Tho amended Olllcsple-Tlllman resolution,
requesting the Interstate Commerco commis
sion lo investigate tho relations of railroads
with tho production of bituminous and an
thraclto coal and oil waa laid beforo tho Sen
ate and tho IIouso amendments adopted. It
now goes to tho President.
Many Bills Passed.
The unfinished business, the Statehood bill,
was laid before the Senalo and Mr. Dick re
sumed his speech, begun a week ago. In sup
port of tho measure. The Senate then passed
tbo following- bills:
Legalizing tho removal of the county scat of
"Vashlia county, Oklahoma, from Cloud Chief
to Now Cordoll ; authorizing tho Capital City
Improvement company of Helena, Mont., to
construct a dam across tho Missouri river; In
creasing the limit of cost of tho public build
ing at Evanston. Wyo.. to J1S4.000: establish
ing a Government building at Moscow. Ida,
at a cost of $75,000; authorizing a public build
ing at Bakor City. Or., at a cost of $75,000;
authorizing a public building at Provo, Utah,
at a cost of J60.0CO.
Mr. DoIIIver gave nottco of a speech on tb
railroad rate question next Thursday.
DECISION A MENACE TO COAST.
Prominent Attorneys Say Decision
Will Perpetuate Railroad Pool.
LOS ANGELES. Feb. 27. In commenting
upon the decision of tho United Statc.i Supremo
court finding In favor of tho railroads In tho
fruit shipping case, Joseph II. Call, who nclcd
as special counsel for tho Government In tho
case, said today:
"Thin decision will pcrpetuato tho railroad
pool. It gives legal sanction to the companies
and probably means that citrus fruit growers
of this section will bo driven out of business
In crealcr numbers than heretofore."
Former United Stnten District Attorney L.
H. Valentine said-
"This State's Income of more than JlO.OrtO.OOO
annually Is menaced. Expediency Is also dem
onstrated In the matter of a law which will
protect growers airnlnsl tho railroads.''
.T. A. Woodford, mannger of the California
Fruit Growers Express, said:
"Under Judge Wellborn's decision, citrus
fruit growers have enjoyed two prosperous
years. Now they are deprived of the i-lcht
to select their own routes nnd delay in get
ting frull to market means great loss."
UTAH BIGAMIST DENIED WRIT
Gov. Pardee Honors Extradition Pa
pers for C. J. Plant.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 27. Tho Court
of Appcnls today declined to Issue a writ
of habeas corpus to C. J. Plant, who is
wanted In Utah to answer a charge of
Gov. Pardee hns Issued extradition pa
pers in the case.
Evils Resulting From
How This Trouble May Bo Readily
Tou are drowsy, heavy, loggy, lack en
ergy every oxortion is an effort your
head is not clear and It Is hard to think,
you have a full nnd oppressed feeling in
your stomach and bowels all your limbs
nnd body ncho In fact, life seems hardly
worth living under such conditions. Ask
yourself, "Do your bowels move regular
ly?" If you feel ns abovo your answer
will bo "NO" that is the cause of your
troubles. If not properly corrected this
condition will lead to much more serious
disorders of the blood and body due to
tho poisons In the wato matter which
ehould be promptly carried off. And It
seems so foolish to suffer when Naturo
ha9 pro d her own wholesome and cer
tain rciiKuj' In the pure Mineral Laxative
Water HL'NYADI JANOS-from the fa
mous Springe In Hungury. y, a. tumblorful
of this wonderful water drunk on arising
in tho morning (slightly warmed for best
results) will givo you within an hour a
delightfully pleasant and copious move
ment. Thl3 will clear your hoad, sharpen
your appetite and make a new mnn of
you. Try It and oc. At nil Druggk:a
OF THE 'm
THE GRAND PRIZE AT ST. I j
These tapestries, each measuring 4 x 3 f8etj u
In colored silica; they are faithful copies of original painting 'fi
events in the exploration of the Mississippi by La Salh L?LB,S C
-By tiihoriiy of the Vnieif ((
"For the excellent character of the designs; the
" the work in the delicate and artistic shading, shown '
"landscape; the expression of faces and attitudes, prodjS
" the accuracy of the artist's brush; the perspective obJr
"wonderful fidelity of detail in the reproduction of jr
" flesh tints in the faces and the light in the eyes; the1
"the features arc so skillfully depicted as to warrant
"that it is the work of the brush and not of the need
" high quality of the work merits the most unreserved1
"advance made in applying to artistic creations wha
"intended simply for the useful, marks an Era in the
" Progress as well as in the development of the Sewing $
"The advance in this regard in these machine tapestrle
" notable and gratifying, creating a new industry thae f
' "claimed as distinctively American and reviving a cJj ii
" decoration formerly restricted to the few, but now a
" the many." i
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FOR A LIMITED TIME. Souvenir tor Ladies,
CHARGED By L Ml
Boston Financier Says Insur
ance Kings Will Yet Wear
the Convict Livery.
BOSTON. Feb. 27. In a series of com
munications Issued tonight Thomas "".
I.rvson of this city, who for several
months has been active in securing prox
ies from policyholders in leading- life In
surance companies, states that ho is
ready and willing to do all In his power
to aid In tho passage of the laws rec
ommended by tho Armstrong Investlgut
Ing committee. Mr. Lawaon Issued thrco
letters, one addressed to tho Armstrong
committee, another to the so-called com
mittee of Governors, to whom he has
turned over all Insurance proxies that ho
has thua far secured, and a third to the
Mr. L-awson's statement regarding tho
proxies, he has obtained has been awaited
with Interest In view of the fact that one
of tho laws recommended by the Arm
strong committee would Invalidate each
and every ono of the proxies already
Cost Him Targe Fortune.
In a communication to the Amstrong
committee Mr. Lawson says, In part:
"On behalf of scores of thousands of
policyholders of thu New York Life and
Mutual Jjlfe Insurance companies, I
would respectfully submit: At an expense
ot hundreds of thousands of dollars I
havo collected sulllclcut proxies from
policyholders to give me power at pres
ent to control, all tho coming elections of
botlr tho New York Life and Mutual
companies I have turned these over to
a committee composed of Governors of
States and equally representative public
"My reason for collecting such proxies:
I had reason to believe the policyholders
of thest two companies have been plun
dered of from $175,000,000 to $23,0C0.Q00
which can bo recovered provided these
companies aro placed In tho hands of
honest, fearless men.
"I believe that if theso companies are
placed in tho hands of such men some of
the richest and best-known men in tho
country, who have systematically plun
dered tho people for a quarter of a cen
tury, will bo sent lo Stato prisons for
In a letter to tho Governors' commit
tee. Mr. Lawson advised it to assure the
New York Legislature that the commit
tee approves of the new election law pro
vided by the Armstrong committee. He I
urges tho Governor's committee to do all
In Its power to assist In the passage of I
the law. Mr. Lawson advises the Gov
ernors' committee. In the event of the
passage of the proposed law, to name a
bewird of trustees "as near Ideal In Its
composition as your honesty, fearless
ness and abllty can formulate.''
Urges Political "Work.
In a third communication, adressed to
tho policyholders nf the New York and
Mutual Life companies, who havo sent
him their proxies, Mr. Lawson explained
the situation and urged them to do all
in their power lo aid in tho passage of
the law In rogard to the conduct of the
"Tho most effective work yon can do,"
said Mr. Lawson. "Is to cause your Gov
ernors. Stato Commissioners und different
committees to serve notice on tho New
Tork Life and Mutual that If thev op
pose tho passage of tho law thev will
he debarred from doing business hi vour
f Mr. Lawson also speaks of an alleged
'socret contract In use by tho companies 1
which the Armstrong committee. In their I
nvestigntlons, did not even learn the ex- I
A GUARANTEED CURE FOE," PILES !
Itchlnp, Ullnd, Bleeding, Protrudliuj Piles.
Jv.'iSS1"13 nro ftUthorlzHl to refund money if
PAZO OINTJLENT falls lo euro In j to H
1 CLEAR HEAD and
I STEADY NERVES
I FOOD COFFEE J
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United States Si
Knocks Out Ori
known as the citrus fn(
all the railroads o( t
wero Introduced, Trtret
vorably to the rallroadi
rate, but only on condJH
court of the United 91
being by Justice PecVM
The cases Involved Uai
road companies to St
for fruit shipped cut'K
The decision of tbeOlHi
Southern district ot Cfl.
the order of the cow
versed by today's dttiK
The case, wag bcguilH
of the Joint order Lis
roads of southern CallljK
a through rate of nK
pounds on oranges frV
fornla points to the
further east. -H
In this order the rUfm
right of routing the M
own terminals. The tfl,
the u.-cni.'on that theiK
was virtually a conlrawM,
tho railroad companiafj,
oulrcment by saying ttK
raiy to prevent the niK
The Circuit sustained
contention and also fcH,
cular to bo In centra
eplrlt of the Interstate m
Tho Supreme court MB
upon the general proaiaWI
agreement Mated n9fl,
Interstate commerce art
venting rebates. JujU.
the only question Tvm.rJ
that takes the fruit fwj,
California the rlsht ifl
Insist upon the rule
rler to route the frel&nt
received from the smpp
"As the carrier Is notw
through contract U Q.m
terms as it may aM
long as they are rcoioi.
otherwise violate the vm
the Initial carrier gnarM
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