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President Makes Vigorous
Attack on Bill Pending- in
Congress for Autonomy
in t)2 Philippines,
i FAREWELL SPEECH
TO OHIO SOCIETY
j Executive Also Attends-Annual
Banquet of Washing
1 ton Yale Alumni As
, social ion.
-. . -ASinNOTOX. Jan. 23.Pxosldcnt
A Taft' ',l h,H frTOH Kpocch to
f the Ohio society of vruahliiston
1 F tonlcht vigorously attacked thu
, bill now pending In conffrcsa I
i t roposlns autonomy and independence In
1 Hcht years for the Philippine.
It pofchlble,"" uBkcd the provident,
i tHat the Democratic party Is golns to
reverse tho policy that has vindicated
itself by ton yearn experience merely for
1 rhe purpoa of conforming to the cob
webbed planK of forgotten plattormB?
1 VVl'l they not, before Ihcy lake such an
rretrlevable slop, obtain reliable Infor
mation aa to the conditions that obtain in
he Inlands? This lr.sue ha- been relo
cated to the Umbo of free Bllvor or the
i narrow doctrine of states' rights. Those
nho contlnuo to give out their lucmbra
i Mori on the Philippines nre now losn than
"hoee who expect to attond tho next in
J augural ball "
' Clark Upholds Platform.
Speaker Clark, who followed tho pres
ident, declined to -debato with him tho
-Democratic policy of Independence for
he Philippines, "I am not solngr to do
hate tho quphtlon of Philippine Indepcnd
rnce -with President Taft," wild Mr.
Hark. "I havo no Inclination to make
a Phlllpplno speech and I'm not solns
to cither. I wish Wo were out there In
s good sliape nn vo were when tvo got
in. But according to Uio Democratic
platform which I didn't make we arc
ornmItted to a policy. I bcllovo that
when a man gets office on a platform
He should live tip religiously to the plankB
t!,at are in that platform."
I No Reason for Change.
President Taft began hia acarcKJ with
a tulosy of President McKlnley. From
pralBo of McKlnley ho turned to the Fhll
1 Ipplnes and eahr In part:
"After three administrations and more
havo passed and after two succcssivo
"AmpalCTiH with fillonco on the Philip
pines as tho Issuo, the country is aaked
to make a change Wo nrc asked to
meet a recrudoscenco of opposition to
our Philippine policy and the threat to
mm back tho hands of time, to reverse
the verdict of a docado and to give up
nil our achievements for a new experi
ment, -which can only result In confusion
ar,d humiliation and Involve 8 in Inter
national complications and bring uh again
with damaged prestige to an abandon
mnnt of that policy.
Thoso of up who. b.v reason of our In
formation and experience, believe tnar
.-v reversal of that policy now will lead
to natlonul humiliation and embarnias
Tnt, chouhl not keep our mouths closed
lcaupc we havo a right to appeal to
tlioKo who arc coming Into power In the
next administration tho o.xeo.utlvo and
the legislators to Inform themselves
well before they depart from a course
AlMch haa been fraught with the til moat
benefit to the peoplo of tho PhlllDplnc
n'ands. The Philippine Islands are not
"ct readv for elf-governmunt and no In
' upper" could be more detrimental upon
Hidr future than tho enactment of tho
-i.is-.;re now pending in tho house of
' rr rcsrntatlvcs providing for a change In
5-rrntorfl Burton and Pomerene and
i Representative Cannon also mado ad
il r-s'-s Justice Day of the supremo
! ourt w;is toastmastcr and Justices Mc
( Ivoi.nn. Liinon and Umar worn among
r Kue.U at the speaker's (able
Meets Yale Alumni.
T o local Yalo Alumni association at
ta annual banquet tonight greeted and
uadc farcvell to President Tnft. A. long
.-rerr with "Taft. Taft. Taft," at the end
.r' -ome,! the president to the banquet
i - ilH aji-1 tho strains of tho "Boola song"
ind of "Hto's to Good Old Yale, Drink
' Irr Down." with college songs, rang .out
curing the evening.
Tlie president declared that when next
' y & met with the Washington Yalo alumni
1 it would be "an a member of the faculty
1 rorre back to toll of the needs of the
iplverslty." Whether tho faculty at Yale
would trtat him a a freshman ho said
did not know. lie spoke In a jovial
Tood of his coming duties ns Kent pro
'eesor of law at Yale, naylnc he -was
1 doubtful aa to what ho wan to do, but
' 'hat it meant something to have been
on tho bench ions enough to have
' ncqulred the reputation of knowing all
j about this law.
j Sees Test Coming.
' But it's a different matter,' he added.
when you have to be examined evory
i day by a lot of bright young students.
' it you can restrain their ourloslty suffl
i ' 'cnUv. tho position may bo fairly eatla
Mrtory." I He then launched Into an attack on
tome of the modorn professors of political
, e-oromy "whoao heads are in the clouds,
and who have lost all senre of "proportion
.is to what Is valuable In present clvlllza
op and -what ym must anchor to. I
want to help (o bring tho ntudcnts of
, erf university to realize what it means
ro be an American now and what bene
f,ts this country, with its institutions,
gives us. I think we ar6 enjoying many
i benefits -without realising- how much of
aelf-arrifico it took to bring them
TO HIS DEATH
( Telephone Girl "Witnesses the
Tragedy and Calmly Noli
fics the Police.
NfciW YORK. Jan. CO. MomH H. Beall.
a lawyer, eat on tho wlndcrw sill of his
n'"rfl this afternoon, glanced outside and
down eighteen stories to the roof of the
tkj scraper boiler house blcrcr. a mo
en: later ha wap kiraylng: uncertainly
m Ms narrow rent. Then he somer
a jUM down and Uy crumpled up a
dozen steps from a young- woman at a
1 lpJione switchboard near a window.
Th Klrl calmly called up police heud-
H ijartera and told them of the tnureJv.
B Prail was dead when picked up Protn
1 rapes In hia office It wn learned that
t v.a a native of Omaha, bad been a
, ire-nbr of the cUi of 'Si At Yale, and
-.as om-fr nwonglnc c)rk of the law
firm at Carter. Hughe & Bwight, of
yrhl'-s Suprem Court Jtintt Hushes
H v.n a memHr
NOTE DRAFTED BY
(Continued from Pago One.)
of the alliance which cannot be arranged
amicably, the contending rarties must
defer to arbitration.
Dr. Daneff, head of the Bulgarian
delegation, and Jl. MIshu. the Rumanlun
minister to Great Britain, signed a pro
tocol today embodying the views of both
nations on the Rumanian claims for ter
ritory which would give her Sllistrla. The
protocol will furnish the uym tor the
Rumania bases her domands on the ar
gument that iho war ha nccafloncd such
change in tho political equilibrium that
guarantees for the future friendship of
the two nations have become necessary.
Tl'o Bulgarians declare that Rumania
has Increased her demands since a re
newal of the war has been threatened
and RSfcrt that no Bulgarian govern
ment could grant the cession of territory
for which Rumania asks.
Text of Note..
The text of the note handed by the
Balkan delegates to Kochatl Pasha, to
day vras as follows;
''The plenipotentiaries of the allied
Balkan states, havinc since the sus
pension of tho -work of the peace con
icrcneo awaited in vain for throo
weeks the reply of the Ottoman pleni
potentiaries to their lqst demands, and
events which Ijrvo occurred in Con
stantino pie appearing to hnvc destroyed
hope of nrrivinc at tho conclusion of
peaco, arc to their sreat regret obliged
to declare that tho peace noROtintions
commenced in London on December 16
last are broken off."
The note doon not denounce tno
armistice. This will devolve on tho
governments of the Balkatt states "when
thev consider the moment opportune
WAR PARTY IK THE
SADDLE IN A U STRIA
ST. PETlSRSBtJRO. Jan. 2D. The pres
ent state of affairs between Russia and
Austria is regarded here aa extremely
delicate. The war party is now In the
saddle In Austria, and Russia, has 1.600.
000 men serving with the colors.
Tho trouble Is over the boundaries of
Albania. As explained by a high diplo
matic official in the Bourse Gazette to
day, Russia ha9 recognised in an agree
ment with Austria that the Turkish fort
resses of Scutari and Jantnn, belong to tho
futuro Albanian nation.
The oondltlon is to be Imposed, how
over. th-t the mtlltAry and economic In
terests of the adjacent Montenegrin and
Greek populations be suitably .guaran
teed. Tt Is thought that this will be accom
plished by dismantling the fortifications
of the two cities and allowing the free,
passage of goods.
Russia, on the other hand. the. diplo
mat declared, regards .Prlsrend. Jakcsa
and Ipek as belonging to Bervia.
The position thus taken by Russia, -will
enormously increase the difficulties of
the Russian foreign office In coping with
public opinion, which may regard tho
abandonment of Scutari and Janlna as
an unnecessary concession to Austria
n2 a. sacrifice of Slav interests.
LONDON'. Jan. 25. The Constantinople
correspondent of the Chonicle learns that
tho portc'B reply to the powers will ex
press rcgrot that It is Impossible to
make further concesBionB.
A well informed correspondent at Tlflls
says thAt Russia haR mobilized a force
of nearly 70.000, men. on the Turkish-Armenian
An Odessa dispatch to the Xaily Mall
reports that tho Armenians of Bltlls, Van
and Mush are. In peril and arc "appealing
for Russian aid through the Russian con
suls. It Is generally believed, according
to the correspondent, that Runslan oc
cupation of the Turkish-Armenian dis
tricts in Inevitable.
CONSTANTINOPLE. .Jan. 29.
Tlands off nil the Turkish possessions
in Asia," was Germany's pointed noti
fication Jodaj to ovcryono concerned.
Tt, wa irh'eu by tho German embassa
dor to Turkey in a speech at tho Teu
tonia club's annual dinner in honor of
Emperor "William's birthdav.
'Tho futuro of Turkey "lies in Asia
Minor," Baron Hans von Wnngenhedm
told an enthusiastic gathering of his
compatriots. II continued:
"The German intorosts in Asia Minor
are very peat and are bound up vrith
thoso of Turkey. Tho recent noto of
tho European powers promised that
Turkey would bo aided in her future
development. Germany will lend pow
erful assistance in this cause.
fTn any case, ho-wovcr, "to all the
Turkish possessions in Asia, Germany
will attach tho label, 'Touch mo not.' n
Both Sides to Blame.
LONDON. Jan. 25. The- Constantinople
correspondent of tho Times, nfler exam
ining the charges and counter charges
of massacres, arrives at the conclusion
that Modems and Christians nro equally
blamable. lie estimates that in tho
whole of European Turkey 20.000 Mos
lem and 15.000 Christian noncombatants
hay been killed since war tvas declared,
and considers that Europe would be bet
ter employed In relieving tho suffering of
tho survivors than In attempting to fix
rceponsiblllty for the massacres.
Flying Albanian Flag.
LONDON. Jan. 13. Tho Times says a
report is current that San Gulovannl de
Medua was reoccupled by troops of tho
Scutari sa-rrison while- the Montenegrins
Wcre celebrating tho orthodox new year
and that the Scutari commando- no
VIENNA, Jan. 29. Const&mlnonU dis
patches report a bloody wnfMct It Tdhl
h'ion lh0 adherents of the late
SrlT Psha and BupporterF of the Toung
Posha. who Is known as a sympathizer
nLNvfth, fh.l8rm,arPhlns on ConsKno
PIo with the fourth army corps. Thei-e
reports have r.ot been conflrmod.
Hope Are RaiseH.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Jan. 23Tur-
SSK"E,y tho rol of 'he powers
will be handed to the Austrian embaa
rador tomorrow. Tho diplomats here are
favorably Impressed with tho Informa
tion they have recoived respecting tho
reply nnd are sanguine that the Turkish
counter-proposals trill serve as a basis for
a settlement, or at least permit tho re
sumption of negotiations.
The only foundation for the report that
fighting has occurred at Tchatalja. be
tween the adheronts of the late Nalm
Pasha and the supporters of the Voung
Turks is tho arrival in Constantinople
from the front of seeraJ squads of In
valid soldiers. Most of thea are suf
fering from fever, exhaustion and frost
Said Pasha, former grand vinler. has
nen appointed & minister and president
of the counsel of state, assuming the of
fice recontlv vacated by Prince Said
Hallm, now foreign minister.
Address of Savoff.
SOFIA. Jan. 39. General Savoff. com
mander in chief of the Bulgarian army,
today addressed the following communi
cation to tho men under his command:
"KTom the course taken by the pace
negotiations It become evident that tho
enemy is unwilling to yield an Inch of
tho territory conquered by our victorious
"Thecc Turks wish, by a Htrokn of t'n
pen. tn deitrov alt that voii and vo-:r
WATER FOB LliD
II SOUTHERN UTAH
Dohcrty and Other Interests
to Spend $10,006,000 in
This Slate and Colorado.
Special 10 The Tribune.
D15NVI5R. Jan. 23. The report that ha
boon current In Denver for several days
that the Dohcrty and other Interests nre
to put 510,000.000 Into the construction of
. system to Irrigate half n million acres
of land In southwestern Colorndo and
southeastern Utah was confirmed today
when the Dolores Irrigation company filed
I on an additional ::,000,000 cubic feet of
Dolorc3 river water, bringing tho total
filings of the company up to 11,000.00
cubic feet. Officials of the Dohcrty syn
dicate, now In Denver, declare that money
has already been procured and that work
on tho system will star: soon and be
hurried to completion.
This new tiling and the announcement
that the system Is it certainty comes fol
lowing assurances that tho llarriman In
terests, aided by Los Angeles capital,
aro soon to build a line from Durango
to Los Angeles. Moneyed Interests In the
past have, repeatedly offered to finance
tho big irrigation project, but only on
condition that they would get n mil-road.
HEIKE IS TOLD
Former Secretary of Sugar
Trust, a Broken Man Physi
cally and Menially.
JERSEY CITY, N. J., Jan. 29. Friends
broke to Charles R. Ilclke today the
news that the United States supreme
court had affirmed his conviction of im
plication in the weighing frauds of the
American Sugar Iteflnlnc company, of
which ho "was secretary, and that he
must serve his oentence of eight months'
Imprisonment and pay a line of $ii000.
Mr. Hciko has been HI for several month?
and the decision was withheld from him
until what seemed xo be a propitious
moment. His Illness began soon after
the death of hln daughter last spring.
"Mr. Helke le In puch a condition,
physically and mentally, from the shock
of his daughter's suddon death and othor
calamities." said a member of tho family
today, "that nothing can matter much
to him. Wo doubt if favorable consid
eration of his case by tho court would
havo helped him."
It was reported today that a physician
representing tho federal court in which
Mr. Helke Is undor bond will examlno
him and that If he finds tho patient can
not bo moved without danger to his
health, his arrest will be deforrad .
Than wo do can't bo done. Century
Printing Co., 55-57 Postoffice place.
GOVERNORS OF STOCK
XEW YORK, Jan. 29. Governor Sul
zcr's strictures on the New York stock
exchange in his recent special message to
the legislature aro "not justified by the
facts." In the opinion of the governors
of tho institution. Moreover, the govern
ors earnestly protest agalnnt his "action,
and while they are anxious to co-operate
In tho matter of legislation they request
a committoo to discuss tho matter.
Tho request in mndo In a telegram
sent late yesterday by President James
B. Miibon of the stock exchange after a
Famous Stage Beauties
look with, horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches, Sorea or Pimples. Thoy
don't have thorn. For all such troubles
use Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Tt glori
fies tho face. Excellent for Eczema or
Salt liheum, it cures soro lips, chappod
hands, chilblains; heuls burns, cuts and
bruises. Unsurpassed for piles. 25c at
Schramm Johnson, drugs.
CRUDE OIL IS PUT
UP ANOTHER NOTCH
PITTSBURG. .Inn. 2t.- The, third ad
vanco In tho prlco of crude oils this week
was announced today. Pennsylvania
crude being placed at $2.26, the highest
prico it hns commanded since 1S05. Other
new prices are: Mercer black, Newcas
tle and Corning, $1.79: Cabell. JLS6;
Somorsot, $1.32, and Ragland, 70 cents.
Tho new prlccB havo caused producing
companies to predict that tho next few
months will -witnesn a return of activity
in the oil fields of weBtem Pennsylvania, i
eastern Ohio and West Virginia.
INDEPENDENCE. Kan., Jan. 20. The
price of crudo oil here was today ad
vanced 2 aents a barrel by tho Pralrlo
OH and Gas company.
A mean stuffy cold, with boarao
wheezy breathing is just tho kind that
runs into bronchitis or pneumonia.
Don't triflo with such serious, condi
tions, but take Foley's Honoy and Tar
Compound promptly. "Quick and
beneficial, results are just what
yon can expect from this
great medicine. It soothes and
heals the inflamed air passages.
It stopB tho hoarse Tacltiag cough.
Sehramm-Johnoon, Drugs, "tho novor
substl tutors," flvo (5) good stores.
brave brothers who have fallon in battle
"Will 70U heroc6 of Klrk-Kllissch. Bun
arhlssar, Lule-Burgas and Tchatalja al
low this affront to tho glorious army of
Bulgaria to go unanswered?
"Prepare then for fresh victorios and
with your Irresistible movement forward
show tho onomlea and the whola world
that Bulgaria; our fatherland, deserves
Mutiny Is Rumored.
LONDON. Jan. 30. A Constantinople
dispatch to the Po3t. sent by way of Con
stanza, eava it Is evident that something
Is happening at Tchatalja. aa wounded
men aro arriving' from there constantly
unconfirmed reports say that 1500 Cir
cassian troops have mutinied, and rioting
alo is reported among the troops at the
1 A dispatch to the Chronicle from Con
stantinople giving similar reports sav
that tho advance of the army la impos
sible, an half of the G0.00O transport ani
mals are cither dead or III from lark 0f
proper food. The roads are in u deplor
able condition because of the hcaw
Hero is a remedy that will cure your
cold. Why wasto time and money ex
perimenting when you can get a prepa
ration tba has won a world-wide repu
tation by its cures of this diseaso and
can always be depended upon! It is
known everywhere as Chamberlain's
Cough Bcmcdy, nnd is n medicine of
real merit. For nalo by Scbramrn-John
fon. Drugj, "the novcr-sabstitutors,"
five (5) good stores. (AdTertisomonO
That have great medicinal power, ftr
raised to their hlg:eat efticienoy, ft
purifying: and enriching- the blood, R
thoy arc combined in Hood's Sarsa-'
40.366 testimonials received by aetuu:
jouni in two years. Be sure to tuke
Gt toda in uaunl liquid form
nocol:ied tablets called Sar.ntalj3
PREFER JAIL LIFE
''General" Dfummond and
30 Other Suft'ragelles Will
Be Locked Up 11 Days.
LOXDO.V, Jan. 29. " General " Mri.
Druuiinoml and thirty other militant
suffragettes will spend the next four
toon days in jail as Iho rosult of their
determination to force David Lloyd
George, chancellor of tho exchequer, to
reeeive them in the houso of commons
All tho prisoners declared after they
wcro. sentenced todav that thoy would
start a "hunger strike." Tho accused
womon were brought up at 13ow Btreot
polico court before Robert Marshall,
Mrs. Drunimoud complained during
tho bearing that tho police had handled
her roughly when sho was arrested.
She declared a patrolman had thrown
her in tho mud.
"It is now war to tho knife." sho
told tho magisf.rato, and continued:
"You and" Mr. Lloyd-George havo a
lot of trouble ahead of vou. You will
havo to do tho dirtv work and you will
havo plenty of it.
Tho wonicn all refused the option of
paying a fine instead of going to
Bow street, police court looked like
a busy railroad station when the suf
fragettes wcro arraigned. Most o the
women had mado preparations to go to
Erison. They carried boxes, bags,
lankets and fur lined coats.
WOOD PULP FAILS TD
WASHINGTON". Jan. 2P. As the re
sult of complaints. asa.inst the recent or
dor given at Quebec, Canada, purporting
to rctnovo all restrictions or export tax
from the timber of certain crown lands
of that province. President Taft will de
cldo whether wood pulp and paper made
from tho tlmbor affected will be entlUod
to frco entry into tho United States.
According to representations to this
govomment, Quebec's action amounts to
a discrimination against American hold
ers of crown lands and to grant the frne
entry privilege. It Is declared, elmply
would defeat the real Intent of the wood
pulp and paper clause of the Canadian
reciprocity agreement. The state and
treasury departments have investigated
tho situation and will make a Joint re
port to tho president.
Tho only operative clause of the reci
procity act admlt.M freo of duty all wood
cut from lands whore exportation is un
restricted and wood pulp and paper made
from such timber, It prlmarv purpose,
It Is declared, was to obtain from Can
ada the removal of all restrictions upon
tho exportation of Umber Into the United
States for manufacture Into pulp and
papor here. Complaints to this govern
ment declare that Quebec hns removed
restrictions only on the timbered lands
whore tho provinco has recoivod prac
tical assurances that the timber will not
bo exported, but only the wood pulp and
paper mado from It Jn Canada. l also
Is alleged that the provinco has refused
to remove tho restrictions from othor
crown lands in tho samo province con
trolled by Americans.
Until the. question Is settled bv the
president, Secretary ncVoah has Issued
a temporary order for the collection of
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of croup, watch for tho first symptom,
hoarsoness. Giv0 Chamberlain's Couh
Remedy as soon as tho child becomes
hoarse and the attack maj- be warded
off. For sale by Schramm-Johnson,
Drugs, "the nover-substi tutors, " five
(5) good storos. (Advertisement)
! REBELS WITHIN 3
Attack Expected at Daybreak
This. Morning; Texans
Defy' Salazar's Army.
KL, PASO. Tex.. Jan. (1L:;50 v. m.)
Texas rangers rvpori u lurgo body of
men. believed to be the advance -guard
of General SaSnzur's rcbol army, within,
three mllus of .Mmruz in id diawlng closer
to that port. It is pundaU'iitly reported
that tho rebels will attack nl day
break. Four Texas mngers today "defied the
rebel army eight miles west of Pabenu.
Tox., when the retails Invaded American
soil. The state poliiv; onenod fire on what
appeared to be hundreds of rebpls in the
bush of the rough country along the
river, Khootlug two riders from their
horries and capturing one of the wounded.
A troop of tho Thirteenth cavalry rushed
to the place and Its commander talked
with General Antonio P.oJiiH. who ap
peared to bo in command of the detach
ment of the rebels. Tho rebel chief de
clared that he did not know his men were
on the American side of the border.
FIRED IN VAIN
Senator Johnston of. Alabama.
Enlivens "Report "With Lit
tle Personal History.
WASHINGTON-, Jan. 29. A chapter of
personal history was written Into tho
prosaic pases of sl Hcnntc report today
by Senator Joseph F. Johnston of Ala
bama, onco a captain In the confederate
army. In recommending the passage of
tho Warren bill, "to encourage rifle prac
tico and promote a patriotic spirit among
tho cltlscne and vouths of tho United
StatoB." Senator Johnston added:
"Tho Importance of rlflo training is to
make the man behind tho sun more ef
fective. The writer of this onco saw a
whole brigade fire at one crippled con
federa.to retlrln? across an open field
with no greater damage than the punc
ture of his clothes and the acceleration
of his speed. It may be proper to state
that he did not cither regret or com
plain of any want of markmanshlp on the
part of his friends, the enemy."
The bill approved today by the com
mltteo on military afairs would pormlt
schools and rifle clubs to aecuro out of
dato army rifles for practice, and appro
priate ?50.ooo for practice ammunition
and for tho carrying on of shooting com
petitions under the direction of the sec
retary of war.
Will Vote Saturday.
WASHINGTON". .Tan. 20. The house
judiciary committee today voted unani
mously to dlsposo of the workmen's com
pensation and employerB' liability act
next Saturday. The measure has puased
Drivca Off a Terror.
Tho chief executioner of death in tlie
wintor ana spring months is pneumo
nia. Its advanca agents ar colds and
grip. In any attack by one of thoso
maladiOB no time should ba lost in tak
ing tho best medicino obtainable to
drive it off. Countless thousands have
found this to bo Dr. King's Now Dis
covery. "My husband believes it has
kept liim from having pneumonia throe
or four times," twites Mrs. Georgo V,
Placo, Eawsonvillo,. Vt., "and for
coughs, colds and croup wo have novor
found its equal' Guarautecd for all
bronchial affections. Prico 50 cents
aDd $1.00. Tral bottle frco at Schramm
Johnson, drugs. (Advertisement).
Mooncy Roloaacd on Bond.
LEAVEN-WORTH. Kan.. Jan. 20.
Fred Mooney of Duluth, Minn., one of the
labor leaders convicted In the "dyna
mite conspiracy" trial, whs released on
bond today. Ills sentence was a year and
is Clogged up
That's Why Vou'rc Tir!-Outafel
Sorts Havo No Appctile.sSE.
CARTER'S gJTTl V ErTV
LIVER PILLS jfiWri 111
They do JrM&jsjP WlTTLE
,heArdDt7- d$mw Ijver
Cum J&S&mm d I PILLS.
waiaew, mi Sick BceAidur.
SHALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SHALL paiCR
Gennine munbaz Signature
Writes a Letter to Mrs. Helen
D. Longstreet -Regarding
" the Case or' Sickles.
STATE'S MONEY STOLEN
Carmod); Says Fame of ihe
Stealer Should Not Be
, Used as a Cloak.
A LB A XV, .V.. r Jan. -9. The fame of
General' Daniel 13. Stchiea as a soldier
should not deter New "Vorit state In Its
efforts to collect the J23.-I70 unaccounted
for by tho general ns chairman of tho
Now York Monuments commission. This
Is tho view advanced by Attorney General
Carmody in a letter today, to Mrs. .Melon
D. Longstroot of Gainesville, Ga., widow
of the. confederate Kcncml.
In n. telegram to Attornoy General Car
mody, Mrs. LonjTMtrcet offered to raise
?Co. 17C from "Ihe ratrped and maimed fol
lowers of Lee."
Attorney General Carmody's letter
Tour sympathetic and patriotic ex
pressions do Justice to your heart, but
they do violence io the facta In thin
case. General Slcklca ir. bclnc prose
cuted by the state of New York for
converting to his own use the sum of
523,176. This money came Into hb
hands a.s chairman of the stato monu
ments commission, to br; used, anions;
other purposes, for the ereotlon of
monuments to mark the resting places
on tho field of Gettysburg of the brave
soldiers who fell In defense of their
country and to provide for a colebra
tlon upon the Held of Gettj-sburg In
which those living might participate a.t
the state's expense In a fitting man
ner General Slokles appropriated this
amount to his own use. This ho has
not attempted to justify or to de
fend, admitting that he took the
statort money for private use wlth
ont authority of law, an act -which.
Mrs. t. Dit.Ln. .... VM
Oltr. wrJtfs; "J ciujht cold ,a So jfl
tie of jour Rid-?' ncajt n.iii
Jul rejiiltr. I hive tso f0u.Tl.tiHJ
clitrin for orf thro t .
beoeOt for noverai .iimeuu rit rviiJ'
Sore Throat and CtxM
KADWAY & CO.. N.T"T!
under our laws, and undM.
all civilized CTVorrVni'tfi
stealing. He was glvn lit. i c;
to renny this amount an , tM'
was extended at his auggStK? 1 "h
with the full appreciation W3t
claim which he hr upon thu ' "i
for the great senlces lit iJ
the rebellion. Thwe H"ntdt
be over-ostlmaxcd, hut vVn tVWI
of tho stealer must not be i
cloak or protection for the cei,?
of crime, and It Is nothing uS'
misdirected o-mp.it'iy to SndSlS
to confuse the question lnvoffir1
mako an ordinary proyecut r
crime seem like PuS
plovalc aa a martyr a nftr.rl?
confesses his dereliction. '
New Tork atato appreciates
heroes antl fcela humlllaUd t S
sncctarlo which this caee rcJji
Now York state alro roiSWi
laws and seeks to enforce tii1'
spirit of cnuallty to all tt,a
I trust this brief sutemont of liii
facts will show you box irro-jsi
have boon your views, how mlltS
your sympathy and how mirtftSS,'
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