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back by. the packers, and told
what good and noble men they
were by the packers.
Not many of the packers were
in court when the verdict was re
turned. One of those who was
not telephoned the verdict
"All right," he said. "I'm busy
just now carrying on my affairs
And immediately thereafter
the price of hogs andr cattle Went
DOINGS OF THE WOkli) BOILED DOWN
"I should, say Mr. Morgan con
trolled 90 per cent ofithe total
steel tphe business in the coun
try." Julian Kennedy, the "Edi
son of Steel" "before the Stanley
No wonder Pierp can afford to
dally around Rome trying to pry
Llna Cavalieri loose from her se
cret of eternal youth.
Defying the orders of his phy
sicians, Pope Pius this afternoon
resumed his public audiences. His
health is slightly improved.
Central News, London, today
received delayed confirmation of
the Turkish defeat gf the Italian
forces, March 13. 3,500 Italians
were killed I or wounded in the
battle; 200 Turks.
"Outside of New York City,
the New York state primary law
is a farce ; inside New York City
it has been shown to be criminal
farce." T. Roosevelt, comment
ing on his defeat in NVY. yester
Primaries is as primaries does,
one might remark.
Yuan Shi Kai, president of the
Chinese republic, is seriously ill.
His physicians diagnose his mal
ady as nervous prostration. Yuan
himself das diagnosed it by hav
ing three of his cooks beheaded.
New Y. M. C. A. building at
Pepria, III., just completed at cost
of $100,000, partially destroyed
by fire today.
Five men killed, 3 others seri
ously injured, through explosion
of boiler in saw mill near Lurel.,
Baron Rothschild, head of the
European banking organization,
was closeted with Pierp Morgan
hi hotel at Rome most of today.
.Perhaps the people would do
well to decorate their necks with
collars made of battleship armor
plate. ' They "are likely to need
Yesterday's NewiYork primar
ies probably will need to be done
all over again. Some of the Taft
"snowing under" o Roosevelt
was" just a little too bare-faced.
John Arbuckle, sugar and cof
fee magnate, and one of the few
American millionaiies who tried
to treat those working for him
decently, died suddenly at his
home'hrNew York today.
Ikey Stephenson of Wisconsin,
is hanging on to his seat in the
senate by the skin of his hon,
teeth. Yeas 27, nays 29.
Department of Justice officials
at Washington regard packers
verdict as having been influenced
unduly by obsession of jury not to
find millionaire, defendants, guil-