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j jj r, THE SALT LAKE TBIBUKE, FRIDAY MOJRNiyPr, FEBRUARY 23, 1913. .
M REBELS SDlClF"
I 01 CHIHUAHUA CITY
B j Force "Numbers 1700 Men and j
Hi I Is Provided With Four
Hi J Pieces of Artillery. j
If MAIL1 FOR THE MORMONS I
Hp Casus Grandes Colony Not
Hl! Being Molested Since- Pro-
W i j lest of Consul.
It J t COLlBrBUS. N. M., Feb. 122. At
' least 1400 mon are armed and mount-
j rrl south of here in the Galcana.dis-
IH I trict h'6'1 Cnsas Grandes is tho
l II , governmental seat, all avowed "Vas.
Hell quistas and dectarijie themselves in
Hi to open opposition to the present Mexican
Hill T1jo Va5(lu'6tas Dol(1 ,l10 Port' oC ra"
H' 1 tomas, opposite this point, and are
H 1 hllsJ" importing arms and aimniniitiou.
H 3 Several thousand, rounds of ammunition
H I were iken over the linc-yc801' and
H 9 h'K shipmonts reached hero today from
H N Kl Pnso. United States troops .are
I 8 aware that tho last shipment arrived
Hi 49 Jtnd may detain it, but as yot have no
sfl orders to intorfcre with anything mi
H a ported into Mexico through a regular
HiLS customs port, such as Patomas is.
ijfl Mail arrived here today from hi Paso
11 , for tho Mormon colonists south of here.
Hi fa The Mormons themselves will take it
S ' forward, having been promised by tho
fl - Vasquistas that they will not be mo
H J ' tested in this.
M . Tho Vaaquistss have sent up proc
ji l&TOalious declaring that they are jn
Hu'il ;,rms " against tho tyranny of the prcs-
H cnt Mexican president' and that
H3m 4ithev will die rather thau continue as
J'A his slaves." .
I. S They protest against being called
j ft bandits and declare that they are fight-
ing "for liberty, so dear to every
? y American."
jl Mormon colonists declare that sinco
Kj American Consul T. D. Edwards, in
I 3 Juarez sorved notice on the Vasquistas
$ to ccaso molesting them, that m&ny of
!'4 their stolen horses have been returned
M and they nro now enjoying peace. They
P say tho" rebclfi are conducting the gov-
5 in ernment in an orderly manner,
fi jjj Several hundred Vasquistas appeared
P at Gusinau yesterday and drove oft" a
H number of range horses that had been
J j cathered by scouts.
I'll Juarez Excited'.
I 18 EL PASO. Tex.. Feb. 2". Juarez Is
fl W much excited today over tlic report that
flf, Vasquistas arc coming from tho south to
3 IB rapture the town. The wires are down
i D this morning and no report is obtainable
g H from San Pedro, where yesterday tho
1 is! rebels seized a freight train on the Mo.xi-
iui ran Northwestern railroad, bound for
JlJ Juarez There- la llttln to hinder an ad-
I m vance. as .lunrer. has no defense. A hun-
I 1m drf-d supposedly loyal state troops recent-
j U lv brought to Juarez after the mutiny
, $ a'nd later sent south in the direction of
1 iv trm Onlsnea. district, now held by the
I 0 i ebels, returned to Juarez today and are
I 'S preparing to entrain for Chihuahua. This
(in uill leave Juarez unprotected except by
fin volunteers. Juarez officials do not at-
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DR. .TBAN OIIABCOT.
By Jntornatlonal News Service.
PARIS. Feb. 22. Dr. Jean Charcot, tho
well-Known Polar explorer, has been
officially notified that thc American
Geographical society of Sow York has
bestowed upon hlin hi General G'.-orpe
V. rullum sold medal, thc highest 1Im
ilnolion offered to polar explorer.- liob
ort E. Peary wag the first explorer to be
awarded thte medal, on January 1", ISO".
tempt to explain the attitude of tlic state
government in ordering tlxesc troops away
and leaving all thc country south of
Juarez and northwest of Chihuahua ab
solutely in rebel control.
TORREON, Mexico, Feb 22. A force
of 300 rebels Is in occupation of Velar
dlna, a mining center north of here. They
burned tho bridges on thc railroad at
Podrlzna In tho same neighborhood to
day, cutting communication with Du
ranpo. where ninny American citizens arc
waiting an opportunity to leave. Thc sta
tions between here and Durango have
A body of 300 soldiers has stnrtetl for
Duiango and 00 men arc expected to
reach here overland tonight from Saltlllo.
Reports of Battles.
MJCXICO CITY, Feb. 22. Reports of
a number of combats between federals
and rebels in tho last forty-eight hours,
none of them Important, reached the cap
ital tonight. Federal victories were
claimed in each instance.
At La Garitz, northern Fuebla. fifty
federals routed a body of rebels, killing
four men nnd capturing twenty-eight
horfs and a. quantity of dynamite. At
Colon In J'orlirio Diaz in Morelos, seventy
Zapatistas wore defeated with a loss of
two. In neither case were federals re
A body of rebels from Guerrero was
beaten at JJumpahucan in tho southern
portion of thc state of Mexico. Two
federals and sixteen rebels were killed.
At Atotonilco. in Hidalgo, twenty miles
north of Pacini ca, the town was entered
by a party of Vasqulstas, who liberated
prisoners and burned thc records. N'o
opposition was offered.
A measure suspending personal guar
antees throughout thc republic, but lim
iting the right to pass tho death sen
tence to commanders of the regular or
ruraic forces of the rank of major or
higher, will bs presented to thc perma
nent committee of congress tomorrow.
This decision was reached at a cabinet
Thc president Is said to have approved
WASHINGTON'. Feb. 22. The situation
in Mexico, according to state department
advices tonight, is slightly Improved. Thc
consul at Saltlllo, In the state of Coahullu.'
reports everything quiet there. "
Reports from the American embassy
at Mexico City Indicate no change in
Guerrero and Morelos In the southern
port of the republic, but atatc that the
consul at Vera Cruz reports disorder
at Orizaba. Jalapa and Soledad, in thc
state of Vera Cruz.
The embassy also reports that women
and children have lied from Velardcna
and Ozarlo, In thc state of Durango. and
conditions prevailing there have been
brought lo the attention of thc Mexican
Orozco to Retire.
IS!.. PASO. Tioc., Feb. 22. General Pas
qual Orozco. whose resignation as com
mander of federal troops in thc stale of
Chihuahua Is In thc bands of President
Miidero, will Insist that It become effect
ive March J. according to advices from
Chihuahua tonight. Orozco, It is said,
will Join his family here.
Tho rebel forces commanded by Inez
Salazar. and last night reported at San
Pedro, have moved north to Sablnal. ac
cording to advices received here tonight.
In spite of thc announced plan of the
rebels to move on Chihuahua, uneasiness
prevails In Juarez.
Advancing in Force.
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Feb. 22 Emlilo
Vasquez Gomez today received a tele
gram dated Columbus. N, M., nnd signed
by Colonel Dcmetrlo Ponce of the Vas
qulsta army, saying that rebel forces
numbering 1700 with four pieces of artil
lery. an advancing on Chihuahua City
under General Emlilo F. Campau.
ASSAILANTS OF STOKES
HISSED IN CLEVELAND
By International News Scrvlrc
CLEVELAND. Feb. 22. I.llliam Gra
ham and Ethel Conrad, recently acquitted
In Now Tork of shooting "W. E. D. Stokes
and since that lime members of the
Bon Ton Rurlcsquers, have given up
their engagement with the company and
returned to Philadelphia. Hisses nnd
other disturbing annoyances during thlr
turns on the stage proved too much for
ho s'lmv slrls. Wednesday night just
after the girls had finished singing "Ev
crvbody ir Doing It Nok" they were
ci"otcd with hisses. AfiVr leaving the
stagn MIps Graham falnfd and the two
uld not go on for their second song.
"Tho Mysterious Rag." Both expressed
Indignation at the treatment received and
went to their hotol. Later thry left the
Girl Rider Snowbound.
DANVILLE, li!.. F.di. 2. Miss Albrta
Claire, the Wyoming girl who Is riding
a cow pony from her home to Buffalo,
N. Y.. was snowbound at St. Joseph.
Champaign county. Wednesday. Today
she struggled through snowdrifts n dis
tance of Ipht miles to Flthlan. Vei -million
rounty. where she was forrcd to abandon
In some pl.v cs snow Is drifted fcive
hlgh across, the roads She say a she
will attempt to reach Danville, fifteen
UNDERWOOD IS CHIEF
Chairman of Ways and Means
Committee Delivers Address
on "George Washington."
CONSERVATIVE IN TONE
Democratic Leader Advises
His Hearers to Follow Ex
ample of (he Fathers.
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 22. Congress
man Oscar W. Underwood of Alabama,
chairman of the ways and means com
mittee oV I lie house, delivered an nd-dres--
in this oity tonight at the annual
banquol of tho State Society of 'the Cin
cinnati. His subject was "George "Wash
ington," and he said, in part:
Washington did not foresee all thc
perplexing problems with which we
have to deal today. In our tariff or
In our great corporal Ions, in our cur
rency. In our foreign possessions, or
In a reconciliation of t'nc rights of
labor and capital: he did not foresee
the vast task we all have, whothor
nalivc or foreign born, of talcing thc
new material constantly coming 10
our shores and assimilating it Into
our growth and molding It Into a
loval and Intelligent support of our
institutions: he did not see the men
ace of destructive Socialism, nor the
extent to which, unfortunately, wc
were lo go in substituting onrtv in
terest for political principle, thoush
as to this he gavr; us natcrnal warn
ing. Nevertheless he did forseo suf
ficient of our problems to be
able to commend to us a
course. tho principles of which,
if .steadily adhered to. would
bring us safely through all thc perils
to which wo may he exposed.. Wlillo
ho did not outllno the bv-ln.ws, xo to
speak, that must from time to time,
nc tram en: aim noopicti lor ine He
tailed life of this country, he did un
derstand, as no ono else understood,
the organic, principles upon whicVi
were to rest tho security and thc wel
fare of our national life. And subject
always to his urgent advice against
permanent alliancos with foroicn
powers, like a high priest among men.
he preached the gospel of tolerance,
of benevolence, of feace. of reason
ableness and of righteousness towards
Washington's distinguishing com
mon sense and practical turn of mind
served him well In tho administration
of his high office. Few. if any, mere
generalities or quixotic schemes for
action were suggested by him: but,
on the contrary, he seemed to be.
master of tjto underlying principles
of the business needs of the country
as he hud been of thc plans of his
campaigns. At a time when so many
of us aro disposed to put. upon the
statute, books nostrums for relief
from our industrial and financial and
economic evils, it will be well for ns
to call to mind the striking contrast
between the moderate volume and
temperate character of lawn enacted
during his presidency and so much of
our present day legislation of the
experimental sort, reflecting often
merely a view of today that is likely
lo he thc heresy of Tomorrow, and
attempting to deal with the objec
tionable tendency before it Is sen
that it will not be arrested of itself,
or before wc have sufficient under
standing of it to be really In a posl-
uuii io iviiow in .ii(iy hip appropriate
remedy. Accordingly the recommen
dations and the legislation of Wash
ington's administration were not
along guess-work lines: but the ele
ments of soberness, patience and wis
dom which ho so invariably mani
fested were typical of tho plans he
favored and adopted to bring order
out of financial and industrial chaos,
promote industry among tho people
and restore their energies by open
ing up now sources of revenue and
prosperity, and by assuring men that
they should gather and be secure in
thc possession of (lie harvest of their
Problems to Be Solved.
Wc have, however, problems of a
serious nature confronting us for
solution, and doubtless they will In
crease as time goes on. Wc. an peo
ple, have tolerated the doing of
things which must ho undone or made
right and not. condoned; we have
at times set too much store by mere
material success and Judged as of
minor consequence things which
bronden and elevate and ennoble a
nation: we hnve made compromise
with things of evil Import. We
have, at times, been unmindful of
thc rights of others as we have hur
ried on to the realization of ambi
tious plans; and, In our indifference
to tlic demands of good citizenship,
wc have been guilty of or acquiesced
in a course of conduct that has given
rise- to sullen expressions of an un
rest to which wc can not afford to J
be unconcerned listeners; for un
checked unrest Is likely to breed dis
content and discontent in its turn
disorder. And, unless we- frankly
recognize this, wc shall have no rea
sonable hone of correcting the con
ditions which arouse. If they do not
altogether justify, those expressions,
and which are a menace not only to
our continuing prosperity, hut to our
self-respect and our repute in the
A YEAR IS PROPOSED
WASHINGTON. Feb. 22. Representa
tive Jefferson Levy of New York cele
brated Washington's birthday by pro
posing a change In the two battleshlps-a-year
programme In thc house. He In
troduced a bill empowering the president
to build four battleships annually, each
to cost not less than ?6,O0O,OOO, exclusive
Mr. Levy would have the ships carry
"as heavy armor and as powerful arma
ment as any vessel of their class, and
to hae the highest practicable speed
and the greatest practicable radius of
The blli would appropriate! V20.000,00(
to start the' work. It was referred to
the committee on naval affairs.
WILL CONVENE TODAY
RENO. Nev.. Feb, 22. Member of the
slati; senate and assembly are In Car- ;
son tonight awaiting the opening of thc
special session of thc legislature at noon
tomorrow. The session has been ckIIwI
to consider finances and while it i In
tended "by thc administration lo dispose
of th business within a weok political
warfare promises to extend it to t'nc
constitutional limit of twenty days.
An Epidemic of Coughing
Is fwecpinp over the towo. Old aad
voting alike are affected, and the strain
is particularly har,! on Utile children
and on elderly people. Foley's Jionoy
and Tar Compound is a quick, safe and
reliable euro fur all coughs and colds.
Contains no opiates. Schranun-.lohn-fon.
Drugs, "The Never SubstilutorB,"
five (5) jjood atorcB.
IW LEAGUE HOLDS
Herbert L. Satteiiee Declares
for a "Dreadnought for
Every Star in the Flag."
HOUSE GIVEN WARNING
Battleships May Become an
Issue in the Political Cam
paign This Fall.
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON. Fob. 22. With Her
bert L, Satteiiee. council for the navy
league of the. United States, rousing tlic
convention of tho league to enthusiasm
with a plea for a. "drcadnaugth for every
star In the flag:" with thc Introduction
In thc house or a bill providing Tor four
first-class battleships; with W. Morgan
Sinister, former treasurer general of
Persia, elaborating on tho need of thc
I'nlted States being prepared to take a
stand in international affairs, and with
retired and octlve, admirals and rear ad
mirals of tho navy pointing out thc de
fects in any plan that means halting the
development of our naval strength, Wash
ington today experienced a wavo of sen
timent which promises to Impel thc house
to change its mind about voting down
any battleship appropriations at this ses
sion of congress.
The greater part or Um enthusiasm
was awakened at the convention of thc
navy league, which was held hero to
Navy Means Greatness.
"All nations of tho world which have
been groat have gained their strength
from the. son." said Mr. Satterleo in his
address. "With us it gave us the power
to conquer the great. wc3t. Let us turn
again to the sea that wo may main
tain thc greatness that we have at
tained. "This counlry. if it properly under
stood thc necessity, would never rest un
til it had a battleship for every state in
thc Union, for every star in tho fla.g. It
Is our dutv to aid In creating the en
thusiasm that will make this necessity
apparent lo all tho great nations"
At the league banquet tonight, P'ormcr
Speaker Camion intimated t'nat if the
Domocrats in tho house did not voto for
two battleships tho Republican party
would make an Issue of it. Mr. Cannon
earnestly advocated a greater navy and
pledged hlmsolf to work for one while
his public career shall continue.
Onr Present Needs.
Secretary of thc Navy Mc.ver dwelt on
the present inadequacy of our present
navy, compared It with those of foreign
powers and pointed out how unprotected
would be our shores, especially thone of
the Pacific slope, should t'nere be trouble
with any oriental powers. Tho secrctary
sketched what his department "had done
for an adequate navy and earnestly urged
upon all votors present the dutv of sup
porting a good navy programme at the
Admiral SIgsbee. commander of tho
Maine when she was blown up in Havana
harbor, spoke of thc folly of cutting
clown an appropriation for battleships
whlc'n. in the present state of the world's
armament, aro an absolute necessity lo
thc maintenance of peace.
"Injustice ami unwarranted territorial
or commercial aggrandizomcnt among tho
congress or nations must be prevented
in thc future by thc great world powers
with moral courage to see that justlc
and Justice alone must prevail." dcclar-Jl
Mr. Sinister, who arrived just in lime
to attend thc banquet.
lie did not rcrcr directly to his expe
riences In Persia or thc Russian crisis
which forced him out of his position.
Mr. Shustor advocated tho construction
annually of two battleships If the Ameri
can naval prestige was to bo maintained.
The adoption of a programme of two
battleships each year, he added, bo
came an effective guarantee of poacc
and in thc role the United States had
played In tho past, a warning to other
powers that right and Justice prevail
where American Interests are Involved.
TRAFFIC IN COCAINE
CLE1 ACCUSED OF
(Continued, from Page One.)
beforehand, Kelly tilted his hat to the
'oack of his head, which was the signal
for thc arresting ortlccrs.
Edwards was led to Ills rooms where
the remainder of his stock was found. U
was confiscated and taken to the police
station, Thc prisoner strenuously object
ed to accompanying thc officers and It
was necessary to handcufT him.
Source of Supply.
For many months thc police have been
completely baffled by thc persistent traf
ficking In cocalno and morphine among
the habitual users of the drugs. Numer
ous arrests have been mad but the po
lice had never been ablo to learn the
source of supply. Drug- stores had beon
suspected and several of them were kept
under constant surveillance. Tt was the
boast of drug users when arrested by tho
police that Salt Lake was the easiest
town In the country In which to procure
12d wards has been employed as ship
ping clerk "by the Smith-Bailey company
for live, months.
ODF..VN. N. 1.. Feb. 22. William Lun
dy. 70 years old, is In the police sta
tion here today a raving maniac, follow
ing Ids confession that he murdered his
daughter-in-law. Mrs. Thomas Lundy.
He walked calmly up io tho chief of po
lice last night and made his confession,
eaylng that he wanted to be hanged
for the crime. An hour inter he was in
j A jHJllccman who was sent to Invest I
: gate the story found thc body of tho
woman lying In a closet at her home.
Her head had been beaten in with a
hammer and a knife was sticking in her
From Lundy's incoherent story the
police believe that thc murder followed
1 a quarrel between thc old man and hi
j Charges Against Fields.
EL PASO. Tex.. Feb. 22. Acting un
der Instructions from thc war depart
ment at Washington, Colonel E. Z. Sten
ver. In command at Fort Bliss, has riled
charges against Lleutennnt Ben W.
Fields, the voung army officer who un
wittingly led nineteen of his men into
Mexico a few day? ago. The i barges
allege violation of thc rfcutralilj laws of
tim United Etates. J
New Jersey Executive Takes
"Relation of Business to the
Government" as Theme.
WOULD KILL MONOPOLY
At the Same Time, He Would
Not Put Restraint Upon
TOPBKA, Kan.. Feb. 22. Governor
Wilson of New Jersey tonight addressed
the Kansas Democratic club on thc "lto
lation of Business to the Government."
He said In part:
"Wc look bade today to a great
oxamplc the example scl us bv a
great practical goniun whose gift it
was to look forward and plan tho
llfo of a nation. It Is tlic singular
distinction of Washington a.nd his
associates that they conceived tliolr
own fortunes and tho fortunes or
Virginia in thc terms of thc develop
ment of a nation. When wc. in our
generation, look upon the circum
stances of America, wc must try to
see the facts as they are. and to sec I
them broadly. American Is a business
nation, a nation of material enter
prise and commerce on a large scale.
It It? our duty, therefore, if wc
would heed the .example of Washing
ton and tho men of his generation,
to ask ourselves Wnat must wc do for
America as she Is?
Ciy of the Hour.
The cry of thc hour scorns to be
that, business lias grown so formid
able In lLs independent organization
as to have set itself up in rivalry to
tho government Itself and that it
Ihereforc must be regulated: Uia.t thc
wholo forco of government must ho
bent to tho restraint of business. I
venture to suggest that what we are
really after is not tho restraint of
business, but t'uo restraint, of Indi
viduals who uro putting business upon
a false and selfish footing.
Wo do not wish to hamper the great
processes of our economic life, but. lo
free theni where they havo been made
wrong use of by mon who have Ig
nored the common Interest and sought
to promote their own private and sel
fish purposes by means that were
neither public spirited nor honora
ble. Tho rules that wo now seek to
set up arc that the men who arc
making use of our corporation laws
for their own advantage shall not
employ them to establish monopoly:
that they shall not use them to limit
credit to those whom they draw into
their own enterprises; thai they shall
not, if they do wrong, find cover and
concealment within the corporations
whose power they employ.
In respect to tlic restraint of
wrong, wo should deal with individ
uals rather than with corporations.
It should be laid bare of whom bus
iness combinations consist, and those
of whom they consist should be di
rectly and individually dealt with
whoncver a -wrong Is done, cither to
an individual or io (lie freedom of
business itself. Tho movement back
to the people in tlic field of politics
must precede the movement a.wa.y
from monopoly back to free oppor
tunity. Business can bo free only when
.the nation Is free. America's pro
gramme of popular government is
America's hope for prosperity Po
litical freedom and commercial free
dom go hand in hand. Where thero
is monopoly in the one there will be
tyraJiny and special privilege in the
TO CAUCUS ON TARIFF
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22. Republican
members of the senate finance committee
will caucus in a few clays to determine
procedure on tariff legislation in the sen
ate. The loaders are disposed to await
reports of the tariff board and meanwhile
to report adversely thc house revision
Tho running firo of attacks on the house
steel bill bofore the finance committee will
continue next week.
The chemical tariff revision bill did
not create a ripple of Interest when
brought up today on the report of the
house which passed It yesterday. It -was
referred to thc finance committee.
MURDER OF BANKER
CHEHALIS, Wash.. Feb. 22. Adelbert
10. Clark, hold for the mni'ilpr of l.aiv.
rence Bar. president of the Ccntralla
Farmers & Merchants' bank, confessed
here late today, .according to the prose
cuting attorney's office. He implicated
ns his accomplice Dr. F. D. Johnson, a
prominent Centralia dentist, who was
Dr. Johnson admits having known
Clark and having visited him in jail,
but protests his innocence of any con
nection with tho attempted robbery.
Banker Bar was killed In resisting
BILLINGS. Mont., Feb. 22. Republic
ans represcntlg fourteen counties in
Montana, opposed to thc state and na
tional political machines, met In con
ference here today and. after a bard
struggle which lasted Into the night,
adopted resolutions endorsing the candi
dacy of Theodore Roosevelt for the pres
idency, and Joseph M. Dixon for senator
The conference by resolutions extended
Its sympathy to Senator La Follotte be
cause of his illness and declared that
It recognized in him thc pioneer in the
AN ISSUE WITH YUAN
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22. The Chinese
republicans have forced an Issue with
Yuan Shi Kal and important develop
ments are expected, according to dis
patches received from Shanghai today.
Because of Yuan's failure to comply with
the request of the rcpubllcons for his
ul tendance upon the assembly now In
session at Nanking, that body today dis
patched an armed escort from Shanghai
to Pekln tti bring Yuan Shi Kal to tnc
Tho result of Hie. movement I awaited
with Interest In Shanghai.
Hcaringn on Tariff.
WASHINGTON, Fob. 'J2. Democrat
ic larifl.' revision measures will ho as
signed or licririiify bofore tho senate
committee on finance ay fast as they aro
scut over from tho house. Tho adoption
of this plan by tho rccular Republican
leaders is tho only progress thc senate
lias made in arrnuginir for tho disposi
t ion of the big tariff problems before
congress. There is r formidable list of
witnesses yet to bo heard ou tho steel
of- mm LAIN
Officials and Employees of
National Cash Register.
ACTION IS CRIMINAL
Adams Express Company and
Seven Manufacturing Con
cerns Also in Netv
CINCINNATI. Feb. 22. Thirty Indict
ments charging- conspiracy to obstruct
and monopolize thc caali register busi
ness in violation of I he criminal pro
vlsloup of t'nc Sherman anti-trust law.
wcro returned today ngaJnot olflclaJs
and sales agents of the National Cash
At tho same limo the first move of
thc government to prevent violations of
tho Interstate commerce law regulating
express charges resulted In an indict
ment with eleven counts against the
Adams Express company.
Tho company was charged with having
exacted moro than the published rates
Seven Cincinnati manufacturing con
cerns wore Indicted, alleged to "havo vio
lated tho interstate commerce la.w by
obtaining low transportation rales
through undervaluation, and thore was
nearly a score of minor individual In
Register Men Indicted.
The National Cash Register men in
John II. Patterson, president: Ldward
A. Deeds, vice president; George L.
TSdgctcr, secretary: W. F. Blnpus, treas
urer and Fales managers of branches,
including Charles A. Snyder. San l-nin-cisco.
Thc sales methods or the companv
were tho chief cause of the indictments,
according to United S'tutc3 Attorney Mc
Phe.rsou. "This restraint "has been in operation
for thc last twenty years." he said. "Thc
principal unlawrul moans outlined in the
indictment are the bribing- of employees
of competitors and of transportation,
tolograph and telephone companies; the
hirinc of employees away from com
petitors; the requiring of agents lo in
terforo with sales and libel tho man
chines of competitors, cutting pricey '
selling Imitations of competltve ma
chines made to tiso as "knockers." and
injuring compelltivo machines whenever
Express Company Bills.
The indictments against the express
company wore the result of an investi
gation made horc by tjie commission's
special agent. P. F. Marsh and Attor
ney A. G- Guthcim. The Indiclmcnte al
leged that the express company collected
52 per hundred pounds on shipments
from Indianapolis. Ind., to Franklin. Pa.,
whllo thc rate between thc cities is ?1.7o.
Six manufacturing concerns of this
city are charged with ha.vlng violated
t'ne interstate commerce law by under
valuing goods for shipment In an effort
to get lower transportation rates.
STORM STREWS NEW
YORK WITH WRECKAGE
(Continued, from Pago One.)
snow and traffic Is suspended and the
malls arc from four to five hours laic.
The logs at sea and at shore has been
tremendous, thousands of homes have
been unroofed and vessels put ling- Into
port to escape the gale, report thc bliz
zard to be the worst in years. At Ports
mouth, N. II., British schooner revolution
collided with the United Slates revenue
cutter Grcsham while seeking refuge In
the Itarhor and had laid up for repairs'.
Has No Assets.
BOSTON. Fob. 22. William B. Turu
bull, stepfather of Anita Baldwin,
claimant, of the "Lucky" Baldwin mil
lions, has filed a voluntary petition in
bankruptcy disclosing liabilities
amounting to $1232.52. He has no
assets, not oven enough to pay the .$30
fee required for bankruptcy" proceed
ings Turnbull is a chiropodist.
Cousin of Greeley Dies.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 22. Samuel
Greeley Smith, aged SO. a first, couisn
of Horace Greeley and of United States
Senator Cyrus Sulloway of New Hamp
shire, died early today at tho National
Soldiers homo, where he had lived for
many years. lie is survived bv a broth
er, living at the old homestead in Han
over. N, I-f.. and bv a daughter. Mrs. J.
R. Wilson of San Diego, Cal,
How Old Is Your
Hair and Complexion?
("Esthor" in Household Helps.)
"Your hair need not be gray to look
old. It adds years to your appearance
if it is dull, lifeless and lustcrlcsd.
Washing thc head gives that effect. It
is better to use a dr- shampoo, like nn
original package of therox mixed with
a cupful of cornmcal. Therox makes
hair grow when everything else fails.
Spriuklo a teaspoonful of the mixture
on your head once a week and brush
out woll. It makes the hair light, fluf
fy and clean full of life and luster.
"What woman would not look young
if alio had a clear, soft; complexion?
Throw away powders and cosmetics if
you would look young and fair, Make
a simple lotion b' dissolving an origi
nal package of mayatone in a halt' pint
of witch hazel, and rub gently over the
face, neck and arms ovorv morning.
pur complexion boou will 'bo smooth,
dear and satin liket with the daintv
natural color of a girl in her 'teens.'
"1 think Mother's Salve bettor than
STiy liniment or oil to reduce swelling,
allay in lamination, or relieve pain in am
part of the body. Rub it in well
and these beauty killers disappear.
Mother s Salve is also a wonderful
healer of sores, cuts, burns and sefilds."
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of (
DECLINES I HI
Colonel Roosevelt BacM
New- York Well Pleasfl
With Ohio Trip, ?
DODGES IN INTERVM
Newspaper Men Told AnsS
to the Governors Will IS
Ready Monday. H
By International Ncw Scrvlc -
NEW TORK. rob. 22. Colonel KM
volt mc bad: from his trip to c3
bus, O., today in an amiable mooJ
brisk reception In Ohio had put ((a
president's aplrlta wny up.
"How did you like the trlpr' $m
"It war. fine, fine," gurgled tho
Idenl. "I had a bully time."
Roosevelt frowned when nakcdlM
had remarked to an Ohio polItlciajS
demanded lo know where he itocA
spectlng the presidential caiulldacyM
hat is in the ring."
"If 1 made any such reFnark
others tell about It. 1 am not koh
talk about these things. I havsij
will havo a statement to make wlH
few days In reply to the letter of Uisj
grcsstvo governors. No use trylngitjl
me to talk about 11 before my anno
incut romcs out."
Won't Say a Word.
"It. is generally understood, coloti'dfl
you arc to say that you will acefpj
nomination If your parly lulstsij
"It Is." retorted tho ex-presldcnlx
well, let it be understood that waKj
not say a word about it." tjl
11 is now definitely known tliat'H
volt's answer to tho governors
made public on Monday. FurtlicrpK
may be eonfldently stated, rto-Oserol
put himself squarely up as n. reei
candidate . i
Th former president srvs to SI
ehusetls Saturday night and tlmf
five days' slay will meet Bay stat
tlclnns and publicly Initiate hlBj;
convention plans. lie Is cxpecM
make a. dozen hot political spcecho
fore his return. ,r
Regarded as Keynote. j
Governor Johnson of California?
reeenlly switched from La Fojlet
Roosevelt for the presidential nomftt
said today that Roosevelt hud jw
the keynote of the progressive cam
In his Columbus speech. .)
"Colonel Roosevelt preached tfj(
trine of progress and democracy.
dortrine that has come out of Uis
so successfully and Is now srlpplpjc
thc mot benighted portions of theft
rpioth tho governor. "In direct ot
tion to the recent utterances of Pr
Tnft. Colonel Roosevelt Is for piifi
moeraey and renewed his trust arrj
fldenc in onr kind of govcrnmin
those vho oppose It. Th issuo u
mad1 whether we aro really 'cap
self-government. The address of
colonel brings cheer to evpry prosri
and every true American."
No I8ri G o r I
The GUAEANTEED Cure It"G8t
"GETS-TT," tho gunnintoed corn tm
wonder. It never irrllii to? or turnip
flesh soro or raw. It can't. " sr!
water. Stockings won't stick to u.
pains stop right off. Tho com or all
wart shrivels up. It comes out. MJ
blessed relief! Best for bunions wo
Quit shaving your corn with arawi
may drnw blood nnd cause blood P
"GBTS-IT." tho money-bact cot
Is sold at druggists at 25 con" a
aent on receipt of prico by t"1"!
Co.. Chicago. III. A
Don class the lnanufi
luring and repairing dep
ment ve maintain with
usual repair shop any'J
than you would confoiii
sign painting establishing
I with an nrt studio. 0
I work is of the highest art
jewelry making. i
Phone 65 for the corj
12 MAIN STREET. JM
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