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MEMBER ASSOOIATED PRESS
PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA.
NEAR 10 GOVERNMENT'S
Advance On Port Au
PRESIDENT ALEXIS REFUSES
TOKEIGNERB BECOME UNEASY,
THOUOH AMERICAN AND
By Associated prut.
PORT AU I'RINGK. Hnytl, Nov. 30
Kvory hour brings tlio revolutionary
army nearer and n feeling 0f impend
Ing disaster ha taken poshesslon of
"tM people. , ., . . ,
The advance gunrd of General Si
mon 'm foreo Is not more tlran twenty
Ave or thirty miles away, and the In
surgont have Hwcpt nil before them
Tiio government reverse have caus
ed consternation among nil the officials
with the possible exception of Prcsl
dent Nord Alons. KfTorts to havo
him lcavo the country have failed,
And ho announces his determination
to fight to the Inst.
There is an uneasy feeling among
the foreigners, nothwithstnndlng the
present of American nnd French war
ships, from wnlch forccH unquestlon
Ably will bo landed if tho insurgent
attempt to enter the city, or at the
first sign of disorder and plllago.
Flags of different nations nro flying
from th homes oL many foreign rcsi
Tho markets nro deserted nnd the
country people, upon whom tho city
depends for sustannncc, fled prccipi
tatoly and refuse to return.
The situation is grave nnd a pro
clnmatlon has bean Issued convoking
tho elm tubers for an extra session so
that measures may be taken to pre
serve tho government, or at least ef
fect a compromise with tho revolu
Precautions "mure been taken' to pro
vent an uprising in tho city. Through
out Jhe day and night the streets aro
patrolled by troops.
Aji far as can bo seen, all the ofllc
era nnd soldiers hero. are loyal.
Threo divisions of troops are en
trenched several miles outside the
city, and it is not expected General
Vinson's troops will arrive thero until
Simon supported General Flrmln in
the revolution of 1002.
TOKO LXKM AGREEMENT.
Rjete Over tk
A ores VMiflc AnuHMit
TOKIO, Nov. 30.-The leading Toklo
newspapers and the Japanese preu In
'enoral had not commented upon the
exchange of notes between Toklo and
Washington 1b reference to tho American-Japanese
agrcoment until this
(Tuesday) morning, when there was
The foreign offlco con t lues to issue
denials, but It is understood it Is ealy
awiiltng word that the exchange has
. NEW YORK, Nov. W.8ilrer 4j
Maskaa isftara 4f.
DAVIS PLACED ON TRIA
FOR MURDER OF
FKOBEuUTING ATTORNEY DOES
NOT ABK qVRSTZON OF
BELIEF IN CAPITAL
j. ny Associate I'ress.
4. OMAHA, Nov. .'lO.-Tho trial 4.
4 of Onirics K. Davis, charged 4
4 with the murder on tho night of 4
4. September 1 Inst, of Dr. Fred- 4.
4. crick T. Itustin, n prominent phy-
4. slcinn of this city, was begun 4.
4 fodny. 4,
4 When the court wns adjourned 4.
4 the jury box wns filled. 4.
4 Tue fcatnro of the proceedings 4
4 was tlio fnct the prosecution did 4.
4 "ot nsk the question regarding 4.
4 enpitnl punishment, indicating 4.
4 thnt if ho en 11 secure n convic- 4
4 tiou he will not ink the extreme 4.
4. penalty. 4,
DEFENSE WILL ATTEMPT
SHOW THIS BENEFITS
TRADE OF THIS
Special to the Journal-Miner.
NKW YORK, Nov. .'I0.-The deyol
niment of the Standard Oil Co in pa
ny's trade in foreign fields, was the
subject of the evidence in tho govern
innnt's suit, and gavo Archbold an op
portunity to give some interesting
Of the total -amount of lllumiuutlng
oil roflued In 1100(1, aixty-thrco por
rent was nold nbroad.
The lino of the testimony in regard
to tho immense foreign trade indicates
tiiat one of the defenses of the Stand-
ard will be that this trado which the
company will endeavor to show, brings
a trade balance In favor of tho United
AMERICA'S PEACE DOVES
SAIL 0! VOYAGE
BATTLXSKD?S SQUADRONS SBT
OUT ON RETURN TRIP TO
fly Associate Press.
MANILA, Dec. 1. Tho American
licet sailed for Ceylon this (Tuesday)
The departure was attended by ao
ercmonle other than the coeerlng of
thousands of people that thronged tho
waterfront, and was accompanied by
several const guard cutters and a few
launches to exchange final farewells.
Leaving Manila tho fleet begins the
homeward journay. The first stop will
bo nt Colombo.
Two submarines also accompanied
tho fleot several miles.
The fleet will arrive at Colombo in
two weeks, and stay six days, vnd
then proceed to Sue, without stop.
Attorney Paul Burks, head of tun
Arizona law departase&t of tba Santa
I, was an outgoing passenger last
sight for Phoenix on railroad business.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY
OF BAD CHECKS NIPPED
BY FACETIOUS OFFICER
Exchange Pleasantries When
Fugitive Is Nabbed In Shade
Of Ice Plant.
With .fill in tlio pockets of l.is dark
brown suit, dejected, nnd evinciug n
keen disappointment nt his failure to
elude arrest. S. II. (3uy, who cashed
tlTiO worth of bogus certified chocks
on the Security Trust Company of
l.ii.H Angeles in local business nouses
Inst week, was arrested Sunday morn
ing nt 10 o'clock by Policeman P. II.
Ilelsler. When ho wns taken into cus
tody by Ofllcer Holslor ho was walking
towards the. city on the railroad track
near the Crystal Ico Company' plant."
"You are the 'Guy' I've been after
for the last two days," Holslcr ad-
lressed tho nccused forger.
"I'm glad yon got me, I'm tired
out," responded Guy.
"I'll sec thnt you get n good chance
to rest," doclnrcd Helsle'r as ho took
hold of the arm of the fugitivo from
justice, (luy, it Is believed from his
IcHcription, Is nlso wantod In Minds-
burg, California, for similar qucston
nblo methods of getting other people's
A few minutes after tho nrrcst Of
ficer Ilelsler wns jointed by Chief of
olico Prince, who bnd been informed
y telephono that Guy had boon in
the vicinity of the ice plant by some
one who had read tho story of his al
WHATEVER THE BAD BOY OF
VENEZUELA DBOIDES HE
CANNOT COME TO
lly Associated Press.
PA HIS, Nov. .10. The government
s considering how President Castro
shall be treated on his nrrival at Bor
deaux. After the fashion in which the
French minister was expelled from Ca
racas, the government foels it would
0 justified in refusing to allow Castro
nd his aides to land.
Castro, however, reported ill, and
humanitarian considerations may pre
vent such a course.
It is probable a port official will
board tho steamer and ascertain the
Jf Custro desires to be treatod at
Bordeaux he will bo allowed to remain
there, if in Berlin, ho will bo given
In no caso will he bo allowed to
come to Paris.
NW YORK, Nov. 30. -Copper, lake
14HVj electrolytic 14ft 14
casting 14 14.
Jonraal-Mlaer for alga data Jab work.
WHAT TO DO
MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1908.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY'S FAMOUS
FINE UP TO U. S. SUPREME COURT
And Slangy Cop
leged forgeries nnd his description in
Guy wns escorted to the sheriff's of
flco and after being searched, placed
iienind the bars. He rested easy Sun
dny afternoon nnd night nnd slopt the.
greater part of yesterday.
in tho way to tho sheriffs ofllce
Guy refused to discuss his wanderings
since lie escaped from the city Thurs
day night. Ho admitted that he was
tired of rambling and deplored tho
fact that he hud Indulged too frosty
wit 11 liquor since his nrrival in Pres
Guy's description tallies with (hat
of one I. 11. Morse, wanted in Hands
burg, California, on similar charges,
received at tho sheriff's office Sunday,
Tho amount of his forgeries in that
placo Is not given.
A t'Mi reward was offered for his
capture by tho California officers.
Ono of the $0 chocks cashed by
Guy was returned to John M. Llndoll,
proprietor of tho Wellington, from the
Security Trust Compnny through the
I'rescott National Bank yesterday. Tho
cneck was protested and marked "&o
gus" by the Los Angeles bank at an
additional expeuso of 1.25 to Mr.
Lindcll. It will figuro as ono of the
exhibits in the case when Guy is ar
MELVTN 8HEPPARD, OLYMPIC
CHAMPION, IS BEATEN
IN lOOO YARD
By AMelate4 Press.
NKW YOHK, Nov. 30,-The Irish
American Atheltic Club won the A. A.
U. meet at Madison Square Garden to
night with 62 points, tho New York
Athletic Club second with 20, the Pas-
timo A. C. 17, Boston A. C. 0, the (Mer
cury A. C. 5, Unattachod 5, and scat
Patrick McDonal, I. A. A. C, broke
tho word 'a reed for hurling the fjfl
xiund weight for height by nearly six
Inches, making 10 feet and inches.
Harry Gluing beat Melvin Shep
pard, the Olympic winner, by eight
yards in the thousand-yard race, mak
ing a new indoor record of 2i20.
3d'. V. Drlscoll, Mercury A. O., of
Yonkers, won the two mile race in
0:28 2(5, a now Indoor record, and
within 3-B of a second of the American
SCANDAL CASE LAOS.
PA HIS, Nov. 30.Tho Investigation
of tho Btcinhel! case did not make any
great advance today. Most Important
results are expected from the examina
tion of Mm. Beinbeil tomorrow.
DEATH TOLL OF EASTERN
MINE HORROR REACHES
IT IS NOT THOUOHT THAT THE
NUMBER WILL ATTAIN
4 By Associated Press. 4.
4. PITTSBURG, Nov. 30.Whcn 4.
4 night fell n hundred nnd ten 4.
f. iiodics had been tnken from the A
4 Hachel and Agnes mines, whero 4.
J. the explosion occurred Saturday 4.
4 nnd carried to the surface. Two- 4.
t thirds of the number have been 4.
4. identified. 4.
4 H ix the general belief that 4.
4 not many mora will bo found, 4.
4 ninl by noon tomorrow nil will 4.
4 "live been brougnt to the surfneo 4.
4 .Inme.4 K. Roderick, head of 4.
4 tho stuto department of mining, 4.
4 came from Pittsburg tonight to 4.
4. Investigate nnd fix the rcsponsl- 4.
4 bllity of tho nccldcnt. 4.
CONGRESSMEN WILL MAKE TRY
TO BRING VAN CLEAVE
OUTFIT ON OREEN
lly Aasoclated Press.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.-l)cter
mined to bring before it thoso who
criticised tho hearings of the proposed
turifT revision, who said iniicn lmpor
tant information had to be obtained
before framing an Impartial bill could
be undertaken, tho ways and means
committee will request congress to nu
thorlxe it to milypocnn witnesses at
tho supplementary Inuring.
Tho request, it is understood, is di
reited mainly tit .1. W. Van Cleave,
president, nnd V. H. '.Miles, secretnry,
r tlio National Association of Mnnu
facturers, who have frequently at
tatked the methods of the committee.
REPRESENTATIVES OF POWERS
SIGNED PAPERS OF
By Aisecls.tr Press.
ya3III.nutu.n, .Nov. .id. secretary
Kott and Ambassador Takahirn short
ly after 3 o'clock today exchanged
notes defining tlio policy of tho United
States and Japan In the far east.
The ceremony of exchange was
brief, each handing tho other a paper
bearing his aignature.
The purport of the notes has al
ready been published, It is a declar-
lion, not a treaty, and will not have
to be ratified by tho senate.
It is merely a reaffirmation of what
Japan and tho United States have
tood for in China and ttie far east
enerally. It has no legal standing
but the greatest benefit Is to b de-
ved from the moral effect In tbo ex-
rclse of future diplomacy governing
the far east.
P. I'. Crulce, assistant to the presi
dent of the H, P., P. p., lsft last
Igbt for Parker on railroad business.
FORTY-FIFTH, YEAR. V,
LIES WITH LIST
Justices Of Final Appeal
Must Wrestle With
WRIT OF CERTIORARI
WHETHER OR NOT MONOPOLY
PAYS HUGE PENALTY IT
IS THOUGHT AIR
Special to the -Journal-Mlnsr.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.-Anotkar
step in the government suit ngalaai
the Standard Oil Company of Indlaaa
went on record today, when the coa-
sel for tho government applies to the
supreme court for a writ of certiorari,
inns nnnging tho famous rebato eaaa
before the highest trlbunnl. ThU la
ho case In which tho court of appeal
reversed Judgo Landis' lino of $29.-
210,000 ugninst tho corporation.
Tho government in its petition for
a writ of certiorari advances as Ha
prnlclpal prayer tho Importance of am
ntcrpretntion by tho supreme court of
the United States of certain claueee
of the railroad rate law. It is pointed
out that severnl sections of the Klklai
law nro np aufllcieiitly explicit In view
of conflicting court decisions and that
the court of last resort should for the
icncflt of nil concerned tnke jurisdic
tion of tho caso and give a construc
tion wnleh will eli final and blndiag
upon nil inferior courts.
The ofllclnls of tho Department ot
lustice who are most closely idnntiled
with the Standard Oil suit hnve found
pon uu examination of the prsee
ents that the supreme court refuse
n grunt writs of certiorari in easea-
ecided by United States circuit coart
f appeal unless questions nt issue la-
volvo tho interpretation or tho eoaetU
utlonaltty of the law, Tho govera-
ment contends that under the rate li
ng provision of the Klkins act, which
lays an important part In tno Htaad-
ard Oil case, one circuit court of ap
peals may placo one construction upon
it, and nnother court In another elr
cult n conflicting construction, and that
It Is possible that nine different coa-
structions may come from the nine
circuits. The complications that eonld
rlso have bcn used for their full ef
fect in tho petition of the government,
nd tho officials of the department of
ust Ico are confident that the court
will grant tho request for a construe-
Ion of the law.
Quaker City Befceee Wltk Raaablc tf
PMt Peimeal War.
I'HILADKIil'HIA, Nov. .10.Htat
Senator McNiehol, leader of the It-
ubllean organisation, wss indicted br
the grand Jury today on a charge of
rlmlnal libel, preferred by Max Kauf
man, former secretary of Mayor Hey
burn. Kaufman w Sodictrd on a charge
The cam grew out of the politlml
war of 1005. It indicted also several
dltors and cartoonists of the PhlladM-
hla North American,
Jonraal-Mlarr for klgh elsss j4b work.
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