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iT-NINTH YEAR. NO. 64.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1909.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
G PERIOD OF MILDER
'JEATHER IS PROMISED US
d Rise of Mercury
ported From Points
in the West
ER SEVERE GOLD
Passes South,- Where
Rivers Freeze For First
Time in Years.
I Chicago. Dec. 30. With a predicted
iae 01 i'iiiperaiuro uier me enure
istrict east of the Rocky mountains
nd the weather bureau's promise of a
Ae. present cold wave, the Mississippi!
ailey and northwest experienced a
ight of severe winter weather.
Seven Below at C'lilnaco- I
Chicago's mark was 7 below, reached t
t 2 this morning, and at 7 o'clock "
' elow was indicated. During the day, !
owever. the weather moderated con-1
Along the Ohio river the tempera-
are was low enough to cause the for- j
aation cf ice tor tne nrst time m sev
The siuth is shivering all along the
oast and far inland, while the east
3 New York rot its share of the cold ;
rave. That the prediction of milder '
feather will be verified is indicated in
he fact that Huron, S. D., reports i !
tse of 32 degrees from yesterday's j
west temperature, and Omaha, Des ;
loines. and points in Kansas. Mis- ;
curi and Oklahoma tell of higher teni- j
n!vcr I'roipn First Time In Yearn.
Cincinnati. Pec. 30. For the first !
Inse in seven years the Ohio river at
lis place was frozen over today ex
ept for a small space in the local bar-,
or. Tugs are plying up and down i
he river in an effort to keep it open, j
Nashville, Term.. Dec. 30. For the ;
1 , Tgt tjjTJo riuc.lS$3 the- Cumber hind -
iver at this point i3 covered with a
aln coaling of ice.
Father of Wn'era liy Kronen.
St. Louis, Dec. 30. The Mississippi
Iver is frozen over at the southern
ut.skirts of the city for the first lime
l four years. Two below zero was
eported by the government observa- i
jry last night, while reports from the
tate show temperatures ranging be
ween 2 and 8 degrees below.
Partly cloudy and probably threaten
ing tonight and Friday; rising temper
ature. The minimum temperature to
night will be about the freezing point.
Temperature at 7 a. m.; 1 below;
maximum in 24 hours, 1 below; mini
mum, 10 below. Precipitation in 24
hours, trace. Wind velocity at 7 a. m.,
8 miles. Relative humidity, last even
ing 92, this morning 89.
J. M. SHERIER, local forecaster.
Dec. 30 In American History.
1S51 Lnjos (Louis) Kossuth, Hunga
rian patriot and exile, visited
Washington on invitation of con
gress. 18G1 The banks In New York, Phila
delphia and Boston suspended spe
1003 The Iroquois theater burned in
Chicago: 583 lives lost.
Sun sets 4:38. rises 7:20: moon rises
j 8:42 p. m.; sun's declination 23 degrees
10 minutes south of celestial equator.
END OF THE YEAR INVENTORY
nnnzso fin miinnnT
DHutvo ur nnunu!
Sir Horace Plunkett of Dublin,
Authority on Conserva
The U. S. Farmer Say, Sam, ye couldn't run yer darned old government if it warn't
fcr this little bank book of yer brother Ruben. ,''' -
EARL PERCY, BRITISH PEER,
DIES AS RESULT OF A DUEL?
tective and, while it kept out foreign
goods, competition among the home
producers kept the prices from being
excessive. But that is no longer the
case because of the working of the
combinations to kill competition at
"It used to be said that there was no
consumer. What was meant, of course,
was that everybody got his share of
the benefits of the protection to the
American producer; everybody was bet
ter off for that condition, no one class
got all the benefits and no other class
paid the bill for all of them.
People Pay for Lniarira.
"But when we come to the era of
combinations behind our tariff wall to
prevent competition at home while the
tariff prevents competition from
abroad, then we find ourselves facing
this condition of constantly increasing
cost of living. Eliminate competition
and producer and consumer at once
become two different classes."
Mystery Surrounds De
mise of-Former Under
Secretary of State.
END COMES IN PARIS
TO 'NEW YORK SCIENTISTS ! fi
Considers Cliiel Forester Great Pub
lic Servant Surprised Variiinss
Have Not Cecil IloeikiJ. .
! " ""
3ff3aH 3 r 8 1 5 . El 11 HI "Eel I IP I II
SEES PEACE IN THE. SOUTH
N'ew York. Dc. 30. Gifford Pinchot
yesterday found support in his contro
versy with Secretary Ballijjger from
an unexpected quarter. Speaking be
fore the Economic and Historical asso
ciation. Sir Horace Plunkett of Dub-
Washingtcn, Dec. 30. Knrinue
Creel, special envoy of Mexico to the
United States in the Xicaraguan af
fair, today gave the Asociated
an jiuthorized statement regarding
his present mission to this country.
Creol declared he had accomnlishe.i
lin. who has brought atom almost a . his task wUh pratifvin? results.
rural revolution in Ireland and is said j ...
to know more about the resources of : . . , , 1V
,T .. , . it t , The resignation of Zelaya aird the
the TTnued States than 90 per cent of v. j j
difiiculties and prevented anarchy, he
Krearilii t'lcrhot llrntarkablr. . declared
"I greatly regret that I have just re
ceived a telephone message from Mr. ; in Nicaragua. The granting of asyl
Pinchot that pressing business keeps ! um to Zelaya by Mexico, said Creel,
him away. I must decline to enter I was in no sense an act of unfriendli
ness to the United States.
aur own ciUiens, saiti:-
and peace and patriotism is
now finding their way on both sides
No MlnunderatnndliiK Here.
concluding his statement,
IRGANIZE TO CUT
THE COST OF LIVING
Washington, Dec. 30. Tocombat
usts and attempt to bring down the
rices of the necessaries of life to a
aasonable figure is the purpose of a
lovement which will be inaugurated
ere tonight by the organization of "a
rational Anti-Trust league. The pro
posed league has the support of
ozen congressmen and many of these
ill be present and take an active
art in the formation of the associa-
into any controversy, but I should like
to say that I regard Mr. Pinchot as a j
very remarkable public servant. He ; in
is not oniy a man who is uoing nisi said:
work wiili' a great affection for it. but j "So far as Mexico is concerned, the
he is trjjing as well to broaden his ad- j policy of my government, always
ministrative position." J friendly to the United States, has been
would Heed Warning. j well understood and appreciated by
Sir Horaco expressed surprise that j President Taft aufl Secretary Knox,
the warning repeatedly .uttered by They have both been kind enough to
James J. Hill had not been
heeded in this country. He thought
that perhaps we were so much inter
ested in the trusts and in municipal re
generation that we blirTkod the sure
approach of a more distant, but also a
more important problem.
:all money in a flurry
"iistomary Year End Symptoms Are
Shown, but Liess Marked.
New lork, Dec. 30. The usual year
" ad flurry in call money took place to
ay, loans going to 7 per cent on the"
iock exchange during the noon hour,
iter opening at 5 2-3 per cent. The
ee -was attributed In part to belated
o trowing and to the belief that early
i the coming month much new Enan-
Jering wllr Mr engaged ! Only twice
i the last 10 years, last year and In
r04, has call money failed to mark
Jigher than today's figures In the final
uarter. In 1907 and 1905 a rate of
25 per en.t was touched, while from
1 to 35 per cent, was the range from
E03 back to 1900.
IUPERINTENDENT IS SAFE
me Rescued After 28 Hours Under
ground. Pillowing Explosion.
McAlester, Okla., Dec 30. After
avinsr been entombed 23 hours in a
noke-filled cut of the Bolen Darnell
wnpany's coal mine near here, where
a explosion, occurred Tuesday, Su
erintendeiit John Brown was rescued
live but -unconscious this morning,
fe may recover. .
MOINES MAN AND
BOY GAS VICTIMS
Des Moines, Dec. 3X William Pos
sr, a. prominent architect and theatri
H man, ownr of the Foster opera
Vi Muse, and Louis Bemls. aeed 17. son
r"l J f 34. hnnVoF of Rnmr Inn n,vn
fas a guest at the Foster home, were
und dead from asphyxiation in ad
nrrtnK rooms at. the Foster residence
ay. A ieaklcr gas stove in the
.th room Into -which both bed rooms
teneiiTras tne cause of the tragedy.
RAIL WIRE DISPUTE
Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 30. An agree
ment to arbitratothe dispute between
the telegraphers and management of
the Big Four railway was reached
MAYOR RENEWS REWARD
Believes Facts on Cairo Girl's ilur-
der Will Yet Be IHscIosed.
Cairo. 111., Dec. 30. With the view
of obtaining facts alleged to be in
possession of certain persons whom
(the authorities believe need some
coaxing. Mayor Parsons has renewed
the offer of $1,000 for information
leading to the arrest and conviction
of persons implicated with "Froggy"
James in the assault and murder pf
Miss Anna Pelley -on the night of
Nov. 8. This was the-crime which
led to the double lynching in Cairo
three nights later. A tip has reach
ed the officers that the details of the
crime may yet be brougbJTto liht
and presented to the special grand
jury, which will reconvene next Mon
better ( congratulate me. .,
Will Continue In Ace Jrd.
"The United States and Kerleo Vill
continue acting and cooperating in full
accord to consolidate peace In Central
America, to give a solid consistence to
the Washington convention of 1907,
and to develop a feeling of high re
spect to the International court at Car
tage." WnltlnK for Ilreakfaat.
Creel will leave for home immediate
Iy after Jan. 1. He had no further dip
lomatic duties to perform here, he
said, but had remained a day or two
longer than he intended in order to
accept a breakfast inviiatior from Sec
ZcIhth Thank T)ln, ,
Mexico City, Dec. 30. Former Presi
dent Zelaya of Nicaragua called upon
President Diaz today. Zelaya said the
object of the visit was to express
thanks for. the courtesies he had re
Wonder What Ther Will Do.
Washington, Dec. 30. Much specu
lation is current today in official and
diplomatic circles here concerning the
probable action of the Central Amerl
an republics in the recolfnjtion of the
Madriz government at Managua. Up
Press j to this morning the state department
had received no oQlciaJ information
of such recognition by any Latin
ot Expected to Recognise.
It is an open secret the American
state department woidbefnens.eJyM
TTTprTFed to learn Mexico naa recog
nized Madrix without having previous
ly consulted the United "States. Zela
ya's influence In Honduras has. been
such that the recognition of the Mad
riz government by that country would
seem quite natural in the viewof dip
lomats here. ..
C'onta' R!ca Jay Aid. .
The intonse desire of Costa. Rica for
peace at any price, it is said, might
lead that nation to wish for.a settle
ment of the disturbed state of Nlcar
aguan affairs at the earliest possible
moment, and for thyt reason It is be
lieved It would lend Its Influence In
giving stability to the Madriz govern
ment by recognizing Its authority
should a movement be started by any
other Central American republic.
Preparing; to Renin. .
The official information that General
Toledo, who is Supposed to be in, pos
session of the arms distributed by Ze
laya before his departure, Is at Mana
gua directing military operations rio
the capacity" of minister of war, wag
received at the state department today.
G. P. TAFT BUYS
Philadelphia, Dec. 30. It was ol
cially announced this afternoon that
Charles P. Taft of Cincinnati has pur-i every thing.
cnasea me grounds of the Philadel
phla National league baseball dub.'
TARIFF IS BLAMED
Senator Clapp of Minnesota
- Shows How Price of Living'
Has Been Affected.
GENERAL. ADVANCE. MADE
Commodities Xot Directly Raised
Have Been Indirectly AfTected,
, Washington, Dec. 30. In an inter
view given hereA, yesterday Senator
Moses B. Clapp of Minnesota blamed
the increased-cost of living on the new
tariff law.. J I y-M ..
"This law," he declared vigorously,
"has cost -and is .costing the American
people millions of dollars in increased
cost of living. Had the Aldrich-Payne
tariff bill "been beaten those' millions
would have been saved the people.' .
"It was generally understood that the
tariff was in general an. increase. The
Increase did .not . affect everything,, of
course; but when the1 prices were' rais
ed by the people whose rates hadbeen
Increased other people were compelled"
to raise their prices in keeping. r
Affecta Other Line.
"Raise, the price of one necessity of
life of a man's coal, shoes or food
and the man who Is compelled-4a pay
that increased price must get more Tor
what he has to Bell in" order that he
may pay it. Therefore, it necessarily
affects the price of what he produces.
He must either take less profit of else
raise hlsTrlce. "
"You will hear , Jt said constantly
with reference do 'something on which
the price has" beenadvanced : 'Oh, that
isn't in the tariff aCall; that Increase
has nothing to, do with 'the tariff.' But
the fact is that the tariff raise is all
along the line. You can't raise the
cost of liviag to the man who is prtf
ducing something to sell without forc
ing that man to .raipe'.coresplndingly
the price of what he has to selliV!
Combines In Everything-. ,, v
"Then there is the relation, of .com
binations. They reach now to almost
When we had real com
petition it was wrong to say we had a
high tariff;' the tariff-was. merely. pro-
TAFT A WEDDING GUEST
President Attends Ceremony In
Which Xiece Is the Bride.
New York, Dec. 30. With the presi
dent of the United States as a guest.
Miss Louise W. Taft, his niece, was
married late this afternoon to George
H. Snowden of Seattle at the residence
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W.
Taft, on West Forty-eighth street. With
the president aa wedding guests were
his daughter Helen, son Herbert, and
military aide, Captain Butt.
Snowden, the bridegroom, is a
graduate of the Sheffield scientific
school of Yale university, class bf
'05. The bride and bridegroom trill
tour Europe several months on. their
honeymoon trip and will make their
home in Seattle. The president srnd
party will return to Washington to
morrow. Washington. Dec. 30. PresidentTaft
and party left at 9 o'clock forVNew
York to attend the wedding of-' his
niece. Miss Louise W. Taft, daughter
of his brother, Henry W. .Taft, to
George H. Snowden of Seattle - ,
Family Denies There Was Vio
lence A Member of Par
liament 14 Years.
INTERNAL REVENUE GROWS
WOULD KEEP DENVER WET
Property etieaftne Says, Absence pf Ka-
! loons Wonltl Ixwe Convotitloris I.
appointed jaj tne -iyiyer rropcy
league, an organisation made of
owners of usioeflB - blocks in th
HOME MADE CANDY BAD
Cause Death of One Child and the
Critical Illness of Two Others.
Vandalla, 111., Dec. SO. One child cf
Charles Wasser living northeast of
here, Is dead, and two others are in a
critical condition as the result. It ?s
believed, of poisoning. The children
became III soon -after eating home
made Christmas candy.
Archbishop Ryan III.
Philadelphia, Dec. 30. Archbishop
Ryan of this city is confined to his
bed with a severe cold and has can
celled all engagements for the imme
diate future. He -was taken. Ill oh
Christmas night..- .,,"U - v :
f..r Two Children Burned.
Indianapolis, Ind., Pec. 30. In the
village of Santa Claus two children
burned to death last night during the
temporary absence of the mother. The
cnuarens ciotnes caugni. nrs, iron .a
stove. -'A- '--i
TAFX'S ECONOMY PROGRAM HAS A
POOR CHANCE BEFOR E C O NGRESS
(Special Correspondence of The Argrus.)
Washington, Dec. 28. The much
heralded Taft policy of "cut-to-the-quick"
economy has already been side
tracked. Every Indication is that the
cost of running the government under
President Taft will be greater than un
der Roosevelt, when the national ex
penses reached a higher figure than at
any time in the iiistory of the nation.
With the deficit for the first six
months of the present- fiscal year
amounting " to over 1 28,000,000, and
while arrangements are ' being ; made
for a bond issue of $100,000,000 to re
plenish the treasury, the work of crea
ting new positions in all the depart
ments is going steadily on. '-New clerk
ships are being created by the score,
and they are . all . for men friendly to
the Taft-Aldrlch-Cannon wfng of the
party In pihwer. There are not even
crumbs for the insurgents. ".' ' -
A careful examination of thV appro-"
priatlon asked for In thearloua de
partments 'for '1910 fails to,., reveal
downward revision. ' The party leaders
apparently do not-agree with th.'e: pres
ident that It is good -politics to re
trench. Political machines thrive best
.under a policy -of liberal appropriaA
tlons. Figures show that even Mr.
Taft's cabinet officers failed to com
prehend the meaning of his announced
policy of "cut-to-the-quick' economy."
Some Iaereaae'd Enttmatea, J-i,-
. Here are some ot the.latest.estfm'it !.
and Increases asked Ty-MtfBalliriger.
secretary of the interior; ' 4?. V
- Office of ;,the '.secreta'ry-Ohe addi
tional assistant secretary, at' $2,600, an
increase; returns-f office derk $400;
nine skilled laborers,1 ' at . $ 720 each i
contingent expenses, increase - asked,
$10,000; rent of buildings, additional
for civil service commission, $5,500.
: Patent office Increase of one prin
cipal examiner, $2,700; increase of five
assistant examiners, at $2,400; Increase'
of second assistant examiners, at $2,
100; increase. of 10-third assistant ex
aminers, rt $1,800 each. . '
No Retremehnteal There v'
A search through the army anprof
ing under the immediate direction of
the president, falls to reveal a" single
Item, suggestive' of the advertised re
trenchment. On the very first page
$40,000 is charged to "contingencies."
f Last, year the amount wi but $15,000.
ft was expected mat the signal service
voyjd be cut, but not so. The amount
asked; la $250,000, -the same as : last
year.,' "In the hospital' corps ' the enor
mous sum of $943,168 was. appropriated
lastyear.. .The' bill as prepared this
year'carries $4,056,672; Increase, $113...
504. In the medicinal department the
appropriation last year was $1,300,000;
Ihls year it is $1,490,500. - - " , :.
Eight years. ;ago. In 1902, the aggre
gate appropriation for the support , of
the government was $690,667,188; last
year, $1,044,014,298. - Indications are
that a new record for. extravagance Willi
be established this year, reports to .the
Lurtor to Take Oath Monday,
Cincinnati, Ohio,. Dec, 30-Judge H.-H.-Lurton
left for' Washington" today.
and will bevsworn in as associate Jus-
to-the-quick" economists who are; act
priation bill, as prepared' by the cut- iitce of 'the United States -supreme
. . . : . .
court next .afenday.
Imposing Array of Figure for
Last M Months Presented.
' Ch icag 0,DW."t. Col lections of the
Internal revenue department for the
First district ofyuinois this year in
creased $388,000 over last year, ac
cording to the annual report of the
department made public today. The
revenue from beer in the year was
greater than from aU other products
taxed by the government, 'aggregating
$4,815,000. out pf a total of $8,149,000
collected. Mtbte than 220,000,000
cigars, nearly 500,000 clgarets and ver
18,000,00 pounds of tobacco Vera
6tamposV by the department in the last
12 months. , ' " ' 4V
TRAINMEN GIVE DEMANDS
' -r? v " ,
Thirty-two ,. Aailroads s Kat ' of' the,
, l Mississippi lnvblTed.j,ej ."i'"
Chicago. Jeo. 30T BrotherbWd
of Railway Trainmn',and;.the Order of
Railway' Conductors will "preeent 4.heir ij . Xy ' fi O
demands to' 32 raicroads eas of .the'1
Mlssissipp! Monday, , pnf Jan. 20 tjje
'general committees of the trainmen
will endeavor by conferences with the
officials of the Toadg to hate the pro
posed wage increase granted and other
grievances" allaved. '
In a atat'emcnt last night repfese'ny
tatives of the. brotbethood and of the
order said: ui f a. compromise ls'pff?
ed by any of the companlesjffao "slate
ment will be made' unless authorized,
by the grand officers." J? rt
Aided by Balloon a Darjnft" Aeronaut
, . llppeg ia JWach. the Sinn -rf
mit. ' a ' '
London, Dec. 30. Word was receiv
ed here of the death at Paris today of
Earl Percy (Henry Algernon George),
formerly under-secretary of state for
foreign affairs. According to the fam
Ily, death was due to complications -following
an attack of pneumonia. It
is widely reported here, however, the
earl's fatal Illness- followed wounds re
ceived during a duel In which he Is
said to have taken part in Paris some
In Pari lamest 14 Yeara.
Earl Percy was the eldest son and
heir of the seventh duke of Northum
berland. ' He had represented South
Kensington In parliament since 1895.
In 1902-03 he was under-secretary of
state for India and In two succeeding
years under foreign secretary. He was
born In 1871 and unmarried. His home
wa? tn London.
-.Flenriar, Say Doetnra. -Paris,
'.Dec. 30. Earl Percy's physi
cians deny hia death was the result
of being snot .In a duel and, say the
cause was 'acute pleuriBy.
WILL TRY ASCEHT
.OF ML McKINLEY
New Tork, Dec 50. with the aid of -a
large balloon minus a baflk?Va8d de- " : '
sighed to assist him la climlfrng, -Co-
an experfenfltecL. aerojaut, Is planning
to scale Mount' Mcfitaley.1, Ills plaailffy yi
the outcome of the recent dlscuaalnu 'j
of Dr. Cook's much mooted claim that 9 "y t ' i
he attained McKinley summit. N - i
The balloon! which; Is 20 feet In dK :
ameter' and holda Jtiet enoWh tras to . -
WJt a man"off.Iiis feet, is Jn Ksvr Torf 4 (.
ready for, Hilpment. ' jphirley says jbe ';
will attach himself -to the balloon by t " .
fi. harness and belt. .Tnls ylll leave
him A f to climb and yet give him tke
buoyant, aid of the gas-fllled bag. A
speclafequlpmelat will keep the bal-
osq (rum Bjnitrng rocKB in ascenv
fAFRlSC00R-N0T AT ALL
Battlirur A el son Iihjlh Down an 171 U-
...Milwaakee.-'lVis,, Dec, 50. 3attllnff '
fCelson lightweight champion pugUIat,
saia '-today mat-if woyjast win-not ,
fight hm before Hestpr. club a'San ,
"anctsco the will be no fight .Jt w'
looks to me as if he Is. a bit fri62,',
hot betn' abllc
sa4d Nelsari.'WolgasfB excusa'aboyt
lo bold the 45-round
I bate ssurxu'-ea
from - Hetir . he- has.4j&cnrrd a pr-1 i
mfSipn to hotd a lop . batHe In Fryi?V,'
and I 'will take bl a,-rd for ft.'' '
RADIUM S IN; fc QUANTITIES :
CuIoradO Ihtch IIIJ-imV May-' hVpply
- Scientific Vor1l etl. , .
' npnvpr. rueo.' 20l-Acrordinc to an
downtown ajairjct,. to, recqrameaq tm assay made "'yesterday
policy concernmgr xam satoi 'iiqur
in Denver, has reported in favoToti
wet town.". - It. is IntendSd'to vrara
off the.ffght to makf penver ; dry
town,"; which result,'' th committee
belieyes,-woid tiun "our reputation
as a"1 convention city and. as enter-
ftainers of tourisits. who visit us as
guests." .. . , v-v M
ONE Tri .15- IS' ARRESTED
- ' '-. ' 1 . .... .
Large 'rbrtlon Of PopulatIon'pf the
l Washington.- pec.--30-Thre are; 53
persons'ont of-every ,10,000 of popul.v
tion arrested and lodged in Jail each
year, accoVdlpg.. to a census bureau
figure rnauie ptlblfc. The flgurei, which
are based on an Investigation of con
ditions In the 158 largest cities In. the
Unilrnin'States duringt!907, show also
that. 35 percen of all arrests are
made for drunkenness. '
The cityrof v Washington leads In
number of aiTests " in proportion lo. Its
population, ,but the report, says th
number of arrests Is by po means an
Indication of the lawlessness of a city's
population, it-rather depicts varying
local laws and conditions and also the
activity of the" police" department.
- y ' -
Alleged, $nead .. Slayers to " Newark.
. New York, Dec. 30. Mrs! Carblin'?
Martin,"niotb.er : of.pcey . Snead,"the
bath tub victim, "and Mrs. Mary Sriead
were today taken to Newark, N
answer charges of causlne
by . llefman-
Fleck, professor, qf'chPmHtry at Kby'
Colclrado School: Of Mines, the lark- ,
est known body of pitch blend' In .
the wofld'ba been discovered Vn a ' r
mite at Central City, Col.' Asa re- .
su.'W'qf the find; It Js,onsldered pok-' '
slbleftnaV thef demands of the sci
entlnc world for radinm may foon be
satisfied 4 by Colorado. The- assay
runs 5 per cent pure. ,,"
V Mse Free Pending .Argument. t
New York. Dec SO.-ePcnding arjru-
Jment onhis application tomorrow fort
ha writ of error Charles W. Morse, tjjj ' y
convicted banker, wil not be sent to ,
thelederaffaon to Geglo his lS-ycar
septence- . '
STOCK EXCHANGE .
Kans8s City. Kan.; Dec,-30. Judg?
Tnie'Jn thai district court today de
clared, the Traders .Ue Stock and
Exchange association atrust who
methods violate the Kansas .anti trust
law, and ordered the, assoriatiba di