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CIAILROADS HIVE LOST
F'W TWO MILLION DOLLAR
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lirriman's Private Counsel f alki to. New Jersey
yr Bankers and Succeeds in Stirring Them
- upon Subject of Herd Worship.
Jamei M. Beck, One of the FqUtiibitiCbrjppation Lawyers
of the Country, States That;JFertebV Anarchy Exists
in Thlt Country now and P6$e HBecome Crazed
with a Sort of Hero Worship1 From Which They will
'Atlantic City, N, J., April 28. .tbdtty'iB'discftso'd, tftid has been (lis-
James M. Beck, how known, as ono
of the ' foremost corporation lawyers
In the country, and said to'bo E. H.
Harriman's private counsol, after 1
o'clock yesterday morning rousod Jho
'New Jorsey bankers, banqueting .at
the Hotel Chelsea, to enthusiasm by'
defending rall-oads and sounding a
note of warning against the "spirit
of itnrcftt" that ho said prevailed in
the country at the present tlmo. Ho
also described "hero worship," thorc
by alluding to Roosevelt.
Mr, 'Deck 'first referred to New
Jersey as "that state .where a citizen
of any. other 'state could havo put a
penny in the Blot and. drawn out a
charter to do anything anywhere-
"It Is always aangerouB for rich
men and all pf'yod represent riches;
if you have them net;"-'he sudd, "to
sit dowji- together, .because everyone
knows conspiracy Is being 'hatched
out, especially whin' the Secretary
of the yct'm 1b present,
"Public lentlraent In our country
Finances are Lacking and an Appeal May bo Made to the
PublicThe Commander has not .Given
. -., up Hope.
New Yoi-H, ..April 29: Lack o
itbouit CD,000 tb, i'inunce the. oxpe
Uitipn may (mean th6 abandonment
ioO ihcdasJi t tho aiorth no
wliieh Comuiiuitjoi" Ilobert E,. Pcjiry
has planned -for tln'u summer. The
explorer, who has earned tho dis
tinction of having reached 'rtho
farthest north" and who truly may
bo 'eaid to live fwr the purpose oE
revealing to ,lho would tho iny-.
terlcs q 4h J)blo itself, is. deeply
downcast at the .possibility that ho
i'nay not: bo able to try again.
'i'Cb'U in Hi, work which I must
do, a'' fereat work for which I was
intended", .aid , CWmimniulor I'enry
yettt'eiilay. .Atid' with n confideneo
tliat hw work. tnut bo helped from
"Tito, money will comb somehow.
I eel certain of hilt. "But if I wan
only nroured now, what ji. wlief it
wpu'd he and hew I could conceit
tii.'ito allviiiy oueirfiosi on tlio de
tails of 'the exprfdittUn. Romombei'
wo .wore - bi 174 imuticuf milen
from thejroa' on out' last, trip. It
would ho a p"ilyV . indeed, if wo
could not try ugalrV.
Peuiry V"'1'8 i ft't frin Now
York itlm. latter part of Juno. His
8lqp, Hli'e Roosovcltii .which proved
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ner nvorK on "( 'iui. i:a(hmu.i(m i
now. boit'g prepared tcr tho noxt
attack on the uortlicrn ice Holds'.
Tho greater JHW't of Jlio $40,000
already suibacHudll. will be spout
already siibwriiUOil. win ue spout
ilivdpiiriii'$iohoat, And $00,000
more 'v'Ul-fe Wl-needed for 'general
iliwvepairiw;Udbout, and $00,000
The 'Peary 'Arctic club
laigolycforv Mjlio rofitljuj
r of tho
COURT WILL MTAIN
., ,TBAl?fciAL EXHIBITS
ftw York, April 2!). Justico
FMzjjj'uruld' toiliSfyilejiied the mo
tion made by Vouncol for Harry
Tliawfi!iirr.the;pplerk of court be
nistiictor to rct,Un to Thaw all
1- exlubits in
libit recent trial. He
ed espaulally "to the lettow
w.bv'Thaw to Delmas during
ris:vqf Jhe trial, The-let-jfjfij
. vfi, . .miisw iwk.it
Afc( ' fjStffi
mmm iMiil W"W
easccl since 1600,
t ( Vinllnvn th'oJ
never before has
class hatred sv dominated the nilbllc
nlln'd as at this ho'Ur. In McKln'.oy's
tltolfe. thorn Wnk tin erfi nt rood fool.
Lln.'btit I think today n man must
dc Diinu. wno cannot sec inc rcoi.
htiired and orivy of' prosperity. (A few
'i believe It Is the practical dis
solution or great riartlesi that has
resulted In a menreb to tljo republic.
I don't care whotaor you agree with
me or not I believe tho counrty to
day is dominated by exaggerated hero
worship. Thore la a despotism In
each party, caused by popular admir
ation of bnq-mah rule. And no
country Is safe, when love of coun
try is. dominated by mere personal
"Bill, t have, iio, fear of tho repub
lic," lie continued. 'Whenever pros
porlt, is most diffused then dliwon-
tont inmost plValeht. It Is true
thorp i .16 an;, ij-recpnllablo wur between
TO THE NORTH
Roosevelt, and lit hns issued an ap
peal for contributiiiii from the
people of tho country So that a
total of .'ilO(),000 may ho raised.
Tho club feels, ns does Commander
Peary himself, that the pcoplo
should share in the next expedi
'Iiu pippiropriatcncS'j of rwrinit
ting tho public school children of
the country to take part in the
movement ha been suggested to
Peary. It met wjth his upprovaU
but iio is in doubt as to uiow such
a program could be carried out.
"I am not complaining.'' ho
said, ".but if I was certain about
tho material taVpcct of tho expedi
tion n great bunion would bo' lift
ed. DTld you over think wlmt the
detail of .preparation for the in
vasion of the North means? 'Infi
nite detail' uro tho ' words which
descriho it. If anything w left
uudono or anything forjrotfen, af
ter wo have actually got away,
then cit is too Inttfi" yo got along
as best wo can'"
To tldd gigantic ksk ' of discov
ery Commitndor Peary implicitly be
lieves hi follow countrymeit should
lend their interest and their sup
1Hrt, and in vioy of hw nbsoluto
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counvienco uiai no jirs boon s-
Mgucu io annul tno goal, all ex
press his convictions that h
Pcas-y said, if conditions nVo
favorable, tho obiccta of tho ' ox-
pedition might Ve lua-oninlc'ished in
ono season. But ho might remain
North, flsi long as three yenw. Ho
wiuj .propanng, he smd,
lougnnd stern battleft
EIGHT MEN INJURED
IN A GAS EXPLOSION
Uaylon, 0g ApHl 2!). Eight
men of the National Cash Reg
istor plah;, wiw sedously injurod
tliis tmorning y a gas explosion.
LEADER OF "BLACK,
Now York. 'Apr. M In the arrest
of 'Plcrtre Pampinnelll, a fruit dealer
the' police claim that; they have the
brains. of the', "Black Hand'' opera
tonj.Ht wife was J6' arrwi'tod.
tho laws of trado and the laws
your statute books. In 1890, pursu
ant to a wave of demagoguery, they
passed a law, making every combina
tion in restraint of trade, whether
formerly organized or not, a crim
"But what Is civilization but n
great combination?" ho added.
"To attempt to disintegrate our
railway system Is roaly an attack on
tho laws of trade.
"Our- constitutional machinery has
broken down been broken' down' by
steam and electricity that havo
wielded country together and made
old things obsolete.
"Wo are now living In a stato of
federated anarchy that has caused
within two months depreciation
greater than the losses of the Civil
"Every great corporation today that
transactsi business beyond tho limits
of Its own state Is subjected to tho
arbitrary caprice of public opinion
Intvcry state through which Its tradc
-Raising1, his voice, tno sneaker said:
M have not unmixed admiration of
the politics of our present. President,
but I believe his greatest servlco has
beon to bring to public .notice certain
conditions of affairs,
"The people have already had an
object lesson costing - two thousand
millions of dollars, and ask you
how can a railroad keep out of trou
ble if It Is ground' between the up
per and nether millrtono of federal
and state authority?
"Wo must not do a thing simply
because one man favors It, nor hold
absolutely to what our fathers said.
Let us face the truth. No problem
sot for this" nations Is impossible 'of
solution if faced with tho old time
Entombed Miners will
Probably be Released
Johnstown Pa. Apr. 20 Officials of
the DerwyniUWhito oai mines s-iy
that the seven men, who wero Impris
oned! In mine Saturday, will bo rea-
cued ., late .today. Tlie iqlne. Is being
drained of water, Tho men- arc abovo
the water and the air supply' contin
ues to b gowl. Their chief danger la
- Signals along the air. pipes nnd
trolley lines In the mine tell tho
cucra tint contractor Holya and
six men with Jilm are nlivo and the
rescuers ore working feverishly to
get them out.
He is Mad Because Roosevelt
Picked Taft, Instead of
Him for the Presi
dency. Washington, April 2!). Secre
tary of .State Ifoot, in, it is bc
lii.'ved, -preparing t resign from
the cabinet, it is believed that ho
hnu drifted away from the presi
dent and that the estrangement is
largely duo to the fact that Roose
velt, picked Taft, instead of himself
as his presidential candidate.'
Federal Judge Sangborn De
cides Against. Them in
t St. Paul,
LVpril 21). -Judge
Sanborn of fho IJnHftl .States eir
a decLsion nf y eases, or. tytno'
J United Slntcx iigntiidt Armour mid
Co., Swift, fr Co., Cudahy & Co.
Kjnnl, Nelson Morris and Co.,
kiKwn aw tho robato cases. The de
cision is ugaiiust the packers.
FOLLOWED GIRL FROM .
RUSSIA TO KILL HER
Philadelphia, Pa.,. April 2!).
Alexis Frank followed, Mar5e Car
iai from Russia to ithis city, mcl
her on the street, today, killed hur
and tjieti suicided. '"Frank loved
tho girl 'in (Russia. Slio inoniised
to wed him, but changed, her mind
and ciuiiu 'tj Aiiverica to get rid
TRWG T0KIDE BOTH PARTIES.
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BRICK MEN COMPLAIN
OF THE PENNSYLVANIA
("lowland, 6., April 2!). Be
fore tho Vr)6cial attorney from
tho IiiIojrMAto ComtiNirco Oommis
sdiUi charges were .made today that
the Pennsylvania Js discriminating
against Western nnd Ohio brick
mnnnfiirlurciH in rates on their
pnxluct. Charlcfl Stowc, a iiuuiu-t'jiicltii-ci',
Sicily, Calabria and the Is"
land of Strambolia Threat
ened with a Disaster.
Naples, April 29. The volcano
of Slnunbli is in active eruption
and .residents of the surrounding
island and Sicily and . Calabria aro
panic Mtr.'ieken, mo fearing a de
structive earthquake. Scores of
vineyards in Sicily and Calabria
havo been, ruined.
It is not known what damage
was, wrought in the island of
Stromboli, ns cable communications'
are nitenniptcd, and only s-gnnl
'.reswages have conio through. Fre
quent slight earthquake shocks
were felt (today.
7ere Given, to Woman Who
was 111 and the Coroner
New York, April 21). As a re
sult of sensational charge , that
fuMh cure practices hastened the
death of Mil. Corinne Mcllridc,
the wife of tho wealthy . Christina
scientist, tho coroner is investiga
ting the death and will have an
autopsy performed. Mrs. Mc
nride's sister, Mix. Alice ChJsam,
said in court that her sister, who
had pneumonia, wanted regular
medical treatment but was not al
lowed to have it. Two women heal
ers prayed over tho sick woman ami
mvo her white of, an egg" and loot,
j-NeuQhton in Duluth Htrld,-
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AMERICAN AND MEXICAN
LEGATIONS ARE STONED
Indignities are Heaped Upon Foreign Representatives at.
Guatemala City Mexican Troops are Being
Mobilized on the Frontier.
San Antonio, Tex.,1 April 20. A
special to The Kxprcsa from (Mexico
City says: , . i
The most extreme Indignation nnd
wild excitement have been caused horo
by the report that tlie American and
Mexican legations In Guatemala 'City
have been stoned by a mob of sev
eral hundred men. instigated to tho
act by the agents of President Manuel
Estrada Cabrera of Guatemala. There
Is evident a strong Inclination to
give credence to the roport and no
official denial has been made, though
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me icucrai authorities rcruse io con
firm It, that Mexican Jrdops aro be
ing mobilized on the Guatemala fron
tier, which Is believed to be highly
suggestive, though tho war depart,
ment has stated that the mobilization
of troops Ic nothing more than a
move to Insure strict neutrality and
to protect Mexican Interests against
any remote dnnger from irresponsible
The mobilized forces In the South
will bo under the command of Urlg-
adler General Antonio It.Flores, di
rectly assigned to duty by the war
department. Ho will be aided by
Capto'n of Engineers Salas, who has
already left here for the Isthmus of
Reports are also current' hero that
Minister GarlKia, representing Mexico
In Guntcmala, has left that country
and crossed Into .Mexican territory, as
tho result of friction with Cabrera's
government growing out of telegrams
sent from this country to Guatemala
relativo to the assassination of. Gen
eral Manual Barillas.
MINE WORKERS' PRESIDENT
SnYniff Valley: ll.s'.; 'AiSrVl'D
John Mitchell, .president of tho
mine workers was successfully
operated upon this morning at
Margaret's .hospital, for stnin-
lilt Imi'lltn MMlrt linliiiiii .. .n..l
gulatcd hernia. Tho patient is rest
nig cmy and no danger is uuti
May be Brought Against Gas
Light and Traction
Cincinnati, O. Aipril 2!). Coun
ty roseciiior HuUmjii received n
request, Moiulny, to bring oustor
proceedings ngaiiisl the Cincin
nati Gas and Klectriu company
tho Union Gas company of Cin
cinnati, thu Newport and. CoVing
tou Light 4ind Tract ini company;
and tho Columbia Gas and ICfeefric
company. The request was inndo
by M. K. Smith of Cleveland,
through his attorneys.
The grounds for , ouulcr proceed
ings, Smith's attorney say, is an
nlleed violation of thu Valentino
autii-trust law, in their efforts to
establish a 'monopoly in tho gas
Seven Persons Believed to
Have Been Drowned-Prop-ei
ty Damage is Heavy. '
Oklahoma City, Okla., t April' 29.
Seven persons aro missing, nnd much
proiKjrty was destroyed as tho result
6t a cloudburst hero last nighty and
tho sub&equent rising of tho Canadian
rlvcv and' Lightning crock, this morn
ing. The missing arc ull residents
of Capital Hill, -. suburb, 'and, are
believed to have been drowned. All
crimps In' the lowlands wero swept
away, ' ' '
.Passports arc said to bo In prep
aration for Minister Manuel Glron,
Guatemala's representative in thid
country, . i
Vnhinsloii. April 29. -Although
neither stale department
nor .Mexican embassy has confir
mation of the reports' that mobs
in .Cuntvmnla have been 'stoning
the American and Mexican con
sulates, ft is regarded ns certain'
there 1mm been trouble. The course
Mjeins to have ben a demand by
Mexico upon Guatemala for ex
tradition for General Joselimti, wlu
has been charged with having in
stigated th('receiiL murder in Mex
ico City, of General Barillas. Tho
men suspicioiied n.s assassins impli
cated General Lima in the plot
and the (Mexican Government de
manded their delivery and appar
ently Guatemala people have rc
M'uti'd thet demand.
San Salvador, G. A.. April 29 .
Dispatches today confirm tlin flrsfc ro
port of the stonliiK of the Unltrall
States and Mexican consulates In
Guatemala city. A mob of several
hundred. Incited by friends of Pres
ident Cabrera, participated in tho
riots. Rocks were hurled through tho
windows of the consolatos. and In-
suiting cries against tho two govorn..
iiiems were snouted uy tho noters.r
Noliody was Injured'. f
'Mexico Is reported to havo started
men for Guatemala. Another report
says tho Mexican minister has with
drawn from Guatemala city. I
Maybe Dragged From the
Gould Family Closet with
the Filing of a Suit.
New York, April 20. Dragging
to light the skeleton in, the fam
ily closet, Howard Oould wad
himted at in tho serving ol a- no
tice on Gould's attorney, Dehui
coy Nicoll, , by William WootUvard
the alleged swindler, that he will
institute suit dor $2o0,000 , alleg
ing branch of contract. '
Voodwnrd claims that tho monoy
that is duo is fpr information Bup
pliod by him and for (personal and
private services, it is-Jiinted that
Woodward threatens to divulge tho
private m:citteis of thu Goulds. r
Howard Gould unit his wiife, for
liiery Katherino demons, an act
ress linvo lieen Aeimrated sinco. lust
September. It was- denied today
that Woodward V suit would havo
any ettcct m bringing about
THIRD TERM BOOMERS
SWARM TO WASHINGTON
Washington, April 20. Third
tet in boomers wore at tho Wiiito
House in ,force, today. "Tiro
pres-'ili'iil will have a walk over,
if Iimrrlinated," Uiey s-iy. S
Roosevelt refuses, Taft will bo tho
nominee," they say.
Representative Woodward, of!
We.-it Vii-ijiniu, called oif tho presi
dent. , Ho said his statu wa
for Roosevelt first, and Tiift' sec
ond. Ho said also that the' third'
loriu hcntimer; was strong -nlolig
tho river in Ohio. West.' Vi-.vii5,.,t:
and Kentiickv, - --vn
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SECRETARY TAFT DEFENDS' " ""
'THE BACHELOR GIRt
C'miiiiiuii'ti. O.. Ani'li o.,,.
let.iry Taft, beforo the student o
the 1,-im-w.sity Ciueinnati, Monday
Htrongly defended "tlm lmni,ain
jiii. A. noliticnl nnl'.ii.,i,.n (nnr.
up u good deal of Tuft's timo, to
day. BLIZZARD PROMISED 9
.THE WESTERN STATES
Kansas' City, Mo,, April?' 29.
Snow, sleot and nun are reported
in this seciion today with freezing
weather, from Nebraska jo . Texas;.
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