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I I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY uTAH I WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 I I I
ei i STEIN HElL WOMAN
PICTURE GRIEf
S V Feeling of Pity Aroused on Be
half of Alleged French
Murderess I
Paris Nov 9The sixth day of the
tal of Mme Stelnhell no further ad
vanced the solution of the mystery under
lying the murder of the womans husbapd
Adolphe Stelnhen painter and her step
mother lIme Japy Whlle the testimony
gl 11 today W18 Indirectly more damag
tu the defendant the whole case rests
t p n clrcumstalltial evidence
1iie judge attitude toward the accused
becoming distinctly more lenient and
t tiv same time her powers of resistance
em already exhausted under the terrific
ordal
Ihive pity on me I should not be tor
tJrd she exclaimed soon after the case
tp n d today During the latter halt of I
li1 day she sat forlorn and dejected the
T > nlficatlon of grief and misery allow
t accusations to pass UTl
lug the gravest
lallengoo
had
Several newspaper reporters wh
Int viewed lIme Steinbell soon after the
testimony that was most
erirne gave
damaging to her defense One of these
witnesses declared that Mme Stein hell
had aid after a whispered conference
wIth Marlette Wolf the cook at her
rome that the Wolf woman would deny
EVlrything If her mistress was arrested
Judgo de Valise called the witnesses at
tention to the gravity of his testimony
and the witness replied
I accept full Tesponslblllh
It Is learned that the line of defense to
bt followed by M Aubin Mme Stelnhells
counsel will be based In large measure
While
mental condition
till womnns
on lnslstlnlt upon her entire Innocence of the
the whole mls
crime f Aubin will admit
rable story of her immoral past and
Will contend that exposure and the suspl
< ions aroused against liar had so affected
her hysterical and passionate nature that
It drove her Into a condition of frenzied
dlspalr rendering her Irresponsible for
her ads and accusations after the crime
PREJUDICE AGAllIST I
THE GIRL APPARENT
Auburn Cal Nov 9Feellng has
so strong In the trial of Alma Bell
grown
charged with the murder of Joseph
I Arm that a temporary halt In the pro
C lmgq was necessary
Jll1g Arnold sustaIned objections of
CIlf pI for the defense disqualifying the
ttrritf because of alleged bias aglnst
the girl The coroner was also declared
farUal and an elisor has been named to
t C 811 a panel
MINER SHOT T AT BUTTE
Futtf Mont Nov IPatrick Leery
cgd 30 years and a miner was fatally
etart In Cronin Learys saloon shortly
afl l midnight by an unknown man who
I stond In the doorway of the place and
f r five shots It Is the belief ot the
pohle that Leary was shot In chalfn by
a man who had attempted to hold up a
man named Tterne but who escaped and
m1r his way to the aloon
Floating
Castile
Soap
We have just received a
large shipment of Float
ing Castile Soap of
splendid quality only
25c a bar
The Pure Drug
Dispensary
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112114
South Main
soffn
NeuraBgma and Old Age
Mr Stillman Lincoln a re
spected citizen of Easton Cen
r 4 ter Mass who is 90 years old
active and vigorous and Mrs
r
Lincoln who is 89 years old
t i 4k hale and hearty praise Duffys
j Pure Malt Whiskey for the
4 r p benefits they have derived
kV from its use
Mrs Lincoln had a serious at
tack of neuralgia in her head
gt and stomach which was
quickly driven out by the use
3 of the worlds greatest tonic
q
1 I 4 JiI stimulant which built up her
nerves
hIr Stillman Lincoln 90 Years Old
Mr Lincoln uses it as a builder of brain body and nerves in ills old
age Recently Mr Lincoln wrote My wife has recently bad a severe at
tack cf neuralgia in her head and stomach She took no other medicine
Lut Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey and was quickly relieved If people knew
the hnefit they would derive from using Duffrs Malt Whiskey they would
take it more generally when in need of n tonic stimulant
It is well adapted to aged peoples complaints I am still using it with
good results
Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey
Is the greatest strength builder and tonic stimulant known to medicine It
attacks the seat of the disease drives out the germs and rebuilds the weak
crcd tissues in n gradual healthy natural manner It is an absolute cure
and prcontio of consumption pneumonia grip bronchitis coughs colds
malaria anI low fevers and all wasting weakened diseased conditions if taken
in time
It is invaluable for overworked
mrn delicate women and sickly chil
dren It strengthens and sustains
the system is a promoter of health
and longerlty makes the old feel
young and keeps the young strong
CA17TIOXJaen you ak your drug
or dealer for DuffY1l Pare
tist grocer
UnIt Whiskey be sure you get Inc
ennlne its nn nbsolutely pare me
dicinal inuit whiskey and Is sold In
sealed bottles onIDrer In bulk
Look tOT the trulemnrk tho Old
bendoat 011 the label DUll wake sure
the seal over the cork 114 unbroken
Irlel 100 Write Medical Department
rho Duffy Malt WhIskey Co noeIlI
ter Y tOT n tree IHu4Itrnted melll
cal booklet and free advice
lHERES SAFETY IX TILDIXG HERE
We Recommend Florodora
and Vegve Creams
For the face and hands We know
tbeyre pure because we make them
ourselves Theyre positively good lOr
the sklncomplexlon beautifiers
Mot 6cel1ent preparations for chap
ped hand ace or lips Will smooth
the roughest skin Are not sticky or
greasp1oves can be worn immedi
ately A most excellent soother after
shavng
Florodora Toilet Cream25c a bottle
Velvet Cream5c a jar
Willes Horne Drug Co
New Bondlg Upper Hal
Botk PltOBU 314
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ACRATJI5KELLAR ai
i 1ti MERCHANT LUNCH
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1130 A M2 P M I
MENU FOR TODAY I
sOUP I
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is Boston Clam Chowder Ii
FISH
9 Boiled Salmon Egg Sauce i
ENTREES
Deutsche Leberlose Sauer 1i1
1rauL
iI Boiled Beef Horse Radish
it Pork Spare Ribs Country Gravy
111 VEGETABLES
Mashed Potatoes
iJ Parsnips In Cream
c L1I SALAD
Sliced Cucumbers
Bread and Butter Pudding
Tea Coffee Milk Beer
Venezia Orchestra From New
York Louis de Santis Director
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PILES CURED IX 0 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT Is Ilranteed to
cure any case of Itching blind bleed
Ing or protruding piles In Ii to 14 days
I
or money refunded SOc
BOOTHS
GUARANTEED
OYSTERS
lull 3lel1soreSolld eats
Aiwnys In new tl1uIIfrom the
shell to your table Booths Guaran
teed Oysters carry the tempting
aroma ot the sea the flavor Ot
newlycaught the purity of deep
waters They are a delicate treat
for lovers ot good things to eat
At all firstclass dealers or
BOOTH
FISHERIES CO
o West let South
wI < F I > OJ
Watch Its Development
The New Salt Lalrc
SUBWAY
will Be Open Soon
fiJl O
There is Only OiJeJ
dtl Br UrlO Oilnine pO
That is
Laxative BlfJORJD Qhiiw
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD 111 ailE DAY
Always remember the fan name Look C mI tl
or this signature on every box 25c W r
tV J rPj
CIARDNE eEMAILORPFISPRONPTLVPILLED DAILY STO1E NEWS
Weather Forecast for Today Rain and colder
3
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Prepare
UT °
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Cold days and
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colder nights are <
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near
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And the Gardner
Store is prepared to frt1 <
sell yon the very S
things that will keep j
c von comfortable
Overcoats 600 to
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5
c 4000 the biggest It frM
variety
W o ° l 250 to j pose tkij
5
DOC <
C Phoenix Mufflers
7 50c
c N
Caps 50c to 150 i
p Glovesall kinds
lined and unlined
kid leath r fur knit i
25c to 600
< Raincoats 1000 7 J
to 3500
O t JPGARDNiRI1
1 WI PW r
SEVENTYSEVEN STARTERS
Race for Councilmanic Honors in
Los Angeles Interesting in
Preliminary Stages
Loa Angeles Cal Nov 9The first ap
plication of the new primary election law
recently enacted by this city wlll be made
tomorrow and as a result of the pecu
liarities of the law the voters of the city
are to be confronted as they enter the
booths tomorrow with a ticket that will
bear the names of almost enough candi
dates for the various offices to recruit a
regiment from
While there are but nine councilmen to
1e elected and but eighteen can be can
didates at the final election which Is to
occur on Dec 7 there will appear on the
big blanket ballot the names of seventy
seven citizens who believe It Is their duty
to serve the city as councilmen
For the board of education there are
twentyseven aspirants for membership
nine ot them women and but seven mem
bers are to be finally elected
The names of these armies of aspirants
appear on the ballots used In the pri
mary election In alphabetical order and
with no party designations each one of
them havIng been called as candidates for
nomination by petition
A new feature of the present election
Is that the councilmen are elected at
large wards as far as they have to do
with the election having been done away
with
SALOON BILL UPHELD
Lincoln Neb Nov 9The supreme
court of Nebraska today upheld the day
lIght saloon bill which forbids the sale
or gift of lIquor between 8 p In and
7 a m
PRESIDENT NEARING
THE END Of JOURNEY
Tonight Will Find the Chief Execu
tive Safely Ensconced in
White House
Wilmington N C Nov 9Hls 13000
mite journey through thirtythree states
and territories all but concluded Presi
dent Taft Is speedIng tonight toward
Richmond where ha wlll stop tomorrow
until late In the afternoon leaving then
for Washington to spend the night at
the White House
The President has had a wonderfully
good time on his long trip but Is pretty
well fagged out and Is glad that his
travels so soon are to be over I
Mr Taft has given up all Idea or vis
iting Panama this winter and will make
no more long trips until next summer
when he hop s to visit Alaska He will
spend the Christmas holidays In the
White House with his family
The President Is especially glad In get
ting home to know that Irs Tafts early
and complete recovery from the nervous
breakdown of last spring Is certain
During his fltt30slx days on the road
President Taft has not let the setting of
a sun go by without rending Mrs Taft
a telegram He has liberally Interspersed
the dally messages by wire with long
letters detailing the most minute happen
Ings of his trip and In this way has
actually written a complete history of
his journey
Read the adsand youll be
SURE about It
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fREE SPEEECHCAMPAIGN
More Industrial Workers of World
Thrown Into Jail at
Spokane
I
Spokane Wash Nov 9Devotlon to
the tree speech campaign of the Indus
trial Workers of the World an organiza
tion of which he Is a member prompted
Nick Brenn a Germanborn laborer with
a wife and two children to Ignore for a
time the offer of Police Justice S A
Mann to allow him to return and support
his family Instead of going to jail Brenn
with forty fellow Industrial Workers of
the World was tried In the police court
today on charges of disorderly conduct
they having defied the police by speaking
In the streets
Brenn told the court that one at his
children was near deaths door but that
the cause of free speech needed him
more than did his family The court
pleaded with the man He finally con
sented to return to his home with the
proviso that In case he was needed to go
to jail for the Industrial Workers of the
World cause he would be called upon A
thirty days sentence was suspended
Anna Arquest Isabelle Huxt ble and
Mrs Edith Furnette women workers In
the ranks of the Industrial Workers of
the WQrld were dismissed with mild re
proofs from the court
Fort30oone members charged with disorderly
orderly conduct were sentenced to thIrty
days In jail today Twentynine of the
men were foreignborn and made their
pleas In broken English The court room
was packed with Industrial Workers and
their sympathizers
APPEAL ADVISED
Toronto Ont Nov 9The executive
council of the American Federation or
Labor In Its report to the convention
today recommended that an appeal be
taken to the United States supreme court
from the jail sentences Imposed on Presi
dent Gompers Vice President Mitchell
and Secretary Iorrlson for contempt In
the Buck Stove Range company boy
cott case
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FIGHT WAS FAST
Los Angeles Nov 9Joe Willis of
San Francisco defeated Tack Geyer of
Denver In the last round of a scheduled
tenround contest here tonight The
men are heavyweights Vlllls put
Geyer down twice and before the round
ended Geyers seconds threw up the
sponge The fight was a fast one
S
NORTH POLE ENOUGH
Washington Nov 9Commander Rob
ert E Peary who has taken up his resi
dence with his family In Washington for
the winter Is not contemplating an ex
pedition to the south pole Mrs Peary
declared late today when Informed of a
report that the commander would head
an expedition to seek the south pole
within the next five years that she knew
positively this was untrue
VARRINER SHORTAGE
CONTINUES TO GROW
Former Treasurer of Big Four Rail
road Fails to Account for
Large Sum
Cincinnati Nov 9Alleged blackmailers
of Charles L Warriner former local
treasurer of the Big Four Railroad com
pany accused f embezzling G3A will
be dealt with by the state authorities
County Prosecutor Hunt stated today that
he has Investigated charges made by War
riner against a man and a woman and
that hp would proceed against them If
he were able to collect sufficient evi
fence
In the meantime apparently well found
ed reports maintain that the Varrlner
defalcations are far In excess of the sum
mentioned by Vice President Harris of
the New York Central and that they may
exceed 100cOOJ and mar possIbly reach
2000000 These reports are supported by
the fact that railroad officials caused
Varrlners arrest on a charge of embez
zling SSt500 and when pressed later ad
mitted that the amount would be at least
100000 When that sum WI raised to
more than half a million dollars specu
lation became rife and t Is practically
assured now that the total embezzlement
will reach a record breaking figure
EMPHATIC DENIAL
BY ALL CONCERNED
Continued from Page 1
claims maj answer today to the state
ments of the former field Inspector
Glais statements In some cases are
absolutely false said Mr Henry He
Is an agitator who Is being used by some
people higher up for ulterior motives or
their own to prevent the development of
the Alaska coal fields and a fall and ju
dicial examination Into the Cunningham
coal mines to the end that the men who
have paid the government their good
money for these lands and are entitled to
patents shall not come Into the posses
sion of what they believe to be their
rights under the law
The rich character of these coal lands
said C J Smith had long been a matter
of public knowledge The claims were
filed upon under the existing laws every i
thing was done openly and above board
there was no attempt at concealment of i
anything and the men who filed on these
claims are American cItizens of good rec
ord and entitled to fair and just treat
ment and a square deal by the govern
ment
KANSAS CITY IN LINE
Continued rr1m Page 1
to 10 per cent find that would have
brought gold out of the earth
Liberal Credits
What else do they d01 They extend
credits liberally to everyone who Is sol
vent and who has a right to borrow In
stead of shutting their doors and stop
ping the extension of credits and refusing
to give credits to their customers they
do these two things They protect their
own reserves and they extend credit lib
erally to everyone who deserves It and
who wants it
That Is the whole secret of the meth
od by which these great banks take care
of and regulate affairs of those great
countries In case of probable trouble
Contrasting this system with the rigid
methods of the United States Senator
Aldrich said
I think thIs statement will afford
sufficient suggestion to you to show that
we certainly ought to consider very care
fully the question whether our banking
system In that respect should not be re
constructed
I have no doubt myself that the opin
Ion which is everywhere expressed In
Europe that our system Js barbarous Is
correct It certainly Is against the ex
perlence of modern banking everywhere
elJae
It was evident to all that Senator Ald i
rich found In the European reserve sys
tem features which he believes superior
to ours He spoke especially of the con
fidence engendered by the foreign method
PLEADED GUILTY
St Louis Nov gThree men who post
office Inspectors declare are members of
8 band of robbers who have stolen large
sums In Missouri Kansas Oklahoma and I
surrounding states pleaded guilty today I
to robbing the Wellsvllle Mo postoffice
and were sentenced to terms In prison
THREE TRAINMEN KILLED
Knoxville Tenn Xo IThree train
men were killed and four Injured when
ClndnnatiFlorida limited on the Louis
vile Nashville railroad was wrecked In
a headon collIsion with a freight train
at Lelnerts early today
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Mrs Joseph St Jean mother or Amelia St Jeat the 19yearold girl who was the victim of the murder Beach mystery not far
at TIerton R I The picture shows the mother identifying the clothing that had been found at SandY
of the missing
trail
from where the fragments of the body had been round The police believe they are close upon the found blood
head A Grek fruit peddler has been round who said he had a wooden box a few days Jgo like the one
the herb doctor one
stained in a pigpen near TIerton The mansaLd hchnd sold It toJ38trangcr Prof6esor Hill
ot the two prisoners Is becoming more deeply Involved every day The police believe he knows who killed the girL
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Will PREVENT THE i
PROPOSEDMERGER
Court Order Against Bell Tele
phone Company Issued
by Federal Judge
st Louis Nov 9Sult was filed In the
circuit court here late today to prevent
the consolidation of the United States
Telephone company with the Bell tele
phone system
Samuel J Schweer of St Louis a stock
holder In the United States Telephone
of I
company an indelendent company
Ohio sued the Mississippi Valley Trust
company of St Louis and the Cleveland
company of Cleveland holders ot the
stock for which they Issued yoUng trust
certificates the United States Telephone
company and the members of the board
of voting trustees whom It is charged
have been trafficking In the voting cer
u L
tificatee selling them to the Bell com
pany
The Mississippi Valley Trust company
was directed by Circuit Judge Williams to
hold all stock of the United States Tele
phone company In Its possession and an
order to show cause why the Injunction
should not be issued was made return
able next Friday
The petition asked an order restraining
the two trust companies from turning
over the stock to the alleged new owners
of the voting trust Interests and If neces
sary the appointment of a receiver and
a sale to persons having no Interest In
the Bell company
The United States Telephone company
has longdistance lines In Ohio Indiana
and Michigan
Cleveland Ohio Nov 9A temporary
restraining order was issued here tonight
by the common pleas court forbidding the
Cleveland Trust company to transfer any
stock of the United States TelEphone com
pany or the Cuyahoga Telephone coin
pany now held In trust to James S
Bradley jr or to the American Telephone
5 Telegraph company or the Central
Union Telephone company of Illinois the
socalled Bell interests
The Bell companies are accused of at
tempting to build a monopoly through the
breaking of the links of the Independent
chain across the country by absorbing In
dependent companes
Toledo Ohio Nov 9Ve are willing
to be enjoined from elllng stuck to the
I Bell said James S Bralley jr presi
dent or the United State Telephone com
pany when Informed tonight of the filing
ot the suit In 8t Louis Inasnwch as
the Bell company neither through the
American Telephone Telegraph com
pany nor any of the subsidiary companies
has asqulred one cent of Interest In any
of the stock we are not Interested in the
suit The Bell cannot get any of this
stock
fUNERAL OF THE now AGER
Tsi Ans Body Starts on Journey
From Peking to the Eastern
Tombs
Peking Nov IThe cortege accom
panying the bodY of the late dowsger
empress of China on Its elghtymUe jour
ney to the eastern tombs left the forbId
den city earlY this morning aDd passed
outside Of Peking The route along which
the procession will travel Is thronged with
people
A holiday In memory of the dowager
III being observed The new Imperial
empress
penal guards escorted the foreign diplo
mats who participated In the procession
for a distance of 600 yards The mem
bers or the diplomatic corps signalized the
exit of the late ruler by a divisIon In the
vote taken with regard to the time that
the corps should attend the final rites
some of the diplomats declining to be
present at i a m but agreeing on 1
clock
Owing to the contusion In the arrange
ment In the end the legation guards with
the exception of the officers did not wit
ness or participate In the ceremonies
The head of the Imperial clan accom
panied the coffin In state regalia The
foreigners were greeted at the diplomatic
pavilion by Prince Chun the Chinese re
gent and Prince Citing formerly presi
dent of the board of foreign affairs and
noW adviser to the naval department
L D S Business CollegeMidwinter
Term
On Nov 15 the L D S business col
lege will begin a midwinter course of
Instruction In all branches of the insti
tution It 18 provIded for young men
who on account of their agricultural
duties are unable to take the full years
course It will cover a period of fllur
months und cost the nominal sum of
20 The young man who will not take
advantage of this opportunity isnot
wise We send catalogues on applica
tion
DOES NOT DESIRE A
fiGHT OVER TARIFF T
Editor of Toronto Evening
News Speaks at a Dinner
in Detroit
Detroit Mich Nov 9James R Gar
fIeld former secretary or the Interior
and J S Willison of Toronto editor of
the Toronto Evening News were the
principal speakers tonight at a dinner
given by the Wholesalers Manufactur
ErS association of Detroit for the pur
pose of discussing better trade relations
with Canada
Mr Garfield declared that the relations
between Canada and the United States
are of a peculiarly close and Intimate
character racially geographically ant
political
the
The enormous development of
United States of water for power and Ir
rigation he said has brought up a
serious question The distribution ot the
water power In streams flowing back and
forth across the boundary cannot safely
be left to the temporary selfIsh Interest
of either country
Mr Villison said Canadian restric
tions upon the export of pulp wood and
saw logs cannot be properly described as
discretionary although they do chieflr
affect the United States because they
apply alike to all countries And I am
bound to say that the provinces are un
likely to consder any reversal of policy
and there Is no doubt that the movement
for a federal export duty will become
more formidable
It Is perhaps a natural expectation
that the Intertrade relations between
Great Britain and her colonies will not
If the
expose us to retaliatory action
Presidents decision should be otherwise
the Canadian surtax of 33 13 per cent
will take effect against this country
trade will almost cease to flow from
north to south and all our relations will
be profoundlY and deplorably estranged
After ths speeches the Wholesalers
Manufacturers association adopted reso
lutions declarIng that Canada does not
unduly discriminate against the United
States within the meaning of the tariff
act of 1009 and with aU due deference
declaring It to be the duty of the Presi
tariff as
dent to proclaim the minimum
to Canada on March 31 1910
Orpheum rIckets Given Away by the
HeraldRepublican
Somewhere In the classified columns
of every Issue of The HeraldRepublican
will be found an order for two seats at
the Orpheum theatre good for either
matinee of evening performance on date
of Issue The person whose name ap
pears In this order will please present a
copy of the ad to The HeraldRepub
Ilcan office before G oclock today to
gether with a positive Identification
your last subscription receIpt will do
Read the classified advertisements In
this Issue Perhaps jour name Is there
HERALD REPUBLICAN WANT
ADS BRING RESULTS 5c A LINE
A LAY MATTER
Harpers Weekly
Would you like the floors In mosaic
asked the architect
The Springfield man looked dubious
Would you like the floors In mosaic
patterns 1
I dont know much about that he fi
nally said I aint got any prejudice
against Moses as a man and maybe he
knew a lot about tile law As regards
laying floors thJugh I kinder think 11
rather have them un5tctarhn
SWEET REVENGE
Success Magazine
A lad who had just had a tooth ex
tracted requested the privilege of taking
It home with him I want to put some
sugar 111 It he said and watch It
ache
CHARGES AGAINST
SUPERIOR OFFICER
Continued from Page 1
Tart and was dismissed from the service
for Insubordination
Broadcast Charges
Mr Giav1I then reiterates the Mary of
Secretary BaJUnger acting IUJ attrJte30
for one of the claimants after he rfifred
from the land office and prto to bls cab
Inet appointment Yr Balllng Is ac
cused of trying to rush the Cunjdnsam
claims to patent when both bt AMi out
of office and Land Comm88IoDer Den
nett and Assistant Secretary of the In
terior Frank Pierce are charged with
collusion In the matter Glavis enters Into
an elaborate review ot the case and when
he gets down to where his services were
dispensed with says
It was at this time that I laid the facts
In my possession regarding the Cunning
ham cases before the Prldnt Th
President has chosen to treat my r1pOrt
as a charge ot criminality I made 11
such charl nor do I make It now Th
Presidents letter III a defense of Mr Bo
linger and Mr Bennett from charges not
made In my report to him I was 110t In
vetlgatlng either Mr Ballinger or Mr
Dennett but the Alaska coal cases B
cause I knew that these cases wpr < tll
come before Mr Dennett and that there
wu no appeal from his decision Sol te l
Secretary BalUnger bceaus prtJtarY
BaJ1lnger had stated he would not act in
these cases and because the ranking of
fleer of the department was Assist9111
Secretary Pierce who had signed t1e dt
clsion which Mr Wickersham hall Ivet
ruled I believed the Alaska toai I as
were In danger The President t1ld se 11
In this nothing but ove12al and InauIJ
ordination on my part and an IIrtu
nlty to praise the secretary or Ow int nor
I have not been Informed what anlwr
the department of the Intrlor hue mad
to my statement but the puhlw will
judge whether I am right In thinking th
Alaska coal claimS are still Sn danKer
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BANK TELLER SHORT
Clumoos Ohio Nov 9Gray H Os
born receiving teller of the HUftUngton
National bank has been arrested 8ft the
charge of being 1000 abort In Ids ac
counts Bank officials Mid today the
defalcation amounted to fLOeS
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