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- THE DAILY MISSOULIAN . Tor. XXXV . . ONTAN. It ICE FIV n V'OL. XXXVII. NO. 19i. MI I$~OI'LA, MONTANA, TUE ESI L\ Y .1 Ii : NI Ni;. MAY :l. fUcE - ve-I.C CONVICT BACK TO FLAY TRUST OLIVE, SPITZER, PARDONED FROM PENITENTIARY BY PRESIDENT, RETURNS. TESTIMONY IMPORTANT Witness, Already Found Guilty of Participation in Sugar Frauds, Malesa Full Confession and From Now on Will Aid Government S6atements Are Corroborated. New York. May ~:1 -tllver HMltizer. a mIan whose conaiselence hurt lhimn min.e beck to New Yourk today like a spectre from the grave. anld. with ia pardon frotm the presidenlt In his pock et. gave testimony In the trial of Charles R. Htlke, secretary-treasurer of the American Bugar Refining conm pany. who, with five sutbordinates,. I charged with conspiracy to defraud the government in underweights of sugar imports. Spilter. as superintendent of the company's Williamnburg (Brook lyn) docks, got two years in the At - lanta prison for his partlclpation in the frauds, but he was quietly par (toned by the president last Thursday after serving three months and hav ing rmade full confilsionl, from now on will aid the government In Its at tempt to convict his formrer asoc(iate-i. New Arrest. Seiltzer's story on the stand todaly did not directly connect Heike with the frauds, but his confession resulted h, one new arrest tonight. James Bras zlnnkl, formerly an employe of the treasury department and now I pri vate detective, was lucked in the Tombs, charged with perjury. Spltzer confessed he attempted to bribe Brse sinuki to conceal the frauds and the latter is alleged to have denied this be fore a federal grand Jury. Spitser told anl amaling story on the stand today under direct examination and hurried from the court to the federal grand jury room. This led to the rumor that his full colfession would result in an other batch of Indi(.ctlnlts. He was not crdsmn-examined by the defIense be cause of the peculiar situation created by hil sudden appearalnce as a gov ernlente witness. Two of tithe de fense's lawyers had previously alp peared for Spitrar wlthen ho was de fendant andl for ethimcal reastonls could not now examine tihein. Thie court ruled they must agree on stllmetone to examine him Wednesday. No promise of pardon brought Spltxr'a confesusion. say the federal authorities. His con. science imerely hurt him. it was ex plained. but realising the Imlportance of his testimony and the Itgal obstacles likely to bar it were he a convict, the government restored him to citizen ship. When convicted, in Fe'l,rttary last, Hpitzer declared that the sugar trust had made hhn the scalegoat. "It hounded and ruined tme after I had served faithfully for 2.I years," he said then. Today he told how for years he had asuisted In the alleged frauds. Brsaelnakl hlas hlad prominent part ila tile sligar fraud disL'I~,lsrea. . et was with Richard Ilarr, tilhe special agent who first dlscoaered the steel spring frauds In 3907. Then. It is al leged, Spitzer attempted to, bribe them. Thin led to Spltser's being c:h-ged with attempted bribery, and although HBrexlnski gave evidence on whichh time Indictment was based, when the ra-:tt ter came to trial lit Hrrooklynl he touti fled that Spitzer had tnot approuached him or Parr. The I)rosecution of Spitzer on this charge, therefore, proved a fiasco, and after an open quarrel with Parr and a subsequent Investigatlon, Brsezlnski was dismnissed from the government servlice. Appear Ilng before a federal grand Jury later, it in charged, he allgait exonerated Spltzer and gave evilence iicreditingl the account given by Parr. Spituer's confessulon, therefore. cauased the gov ernent to charge perjury. Corroboration. Allan E. Hawxhurst, an employe orI the sugar trust for 1N years ar en as alatant cswhler under Bendernagel, cor. roborated Mplitar by testifying that (Jerbraicht ordere4 various ralses in the pay of the government checkers. It had been testified earlier in the trial that the government checkers got $3 extra per week over and above the seup noted a nthe pay envelope. Ben. dernagel sometlnp ordered the ad sum noted on the pay envelope. Thia, toq, was In aorroboratlon of 8pitser's testimony. AGREEMENT COMPLETED. London, May 2,.-It is reported in' financial circles that the Hankow axe Chuan railway agreement was finally oq4ded in Pae, today.. The loan of 1I,. I.0 is to be devoted to the con-I etructioq of a milread from Hankow to Canton and from MHauow weat to lohang, with an extension of the line) ultimtely into A wi Chuen. reat Brital, the Unitad ltatee, Germany and France partllcpate in the fnlano ing of the enterprise. ILLINOIS SHIPPERS FIGHT RATE RAISE Chicago, May 23.-The Illinois Manu facturers' association is waging the hottest kind of a fight against the pro posed increase in freight rates. The association has held the largest meet Ing of shippers yet recorded, a billion dollars' worth of tonnage a year being represented. Congressman Martin B. Madden, Congressman James McLaoh 4 Ian, the latter of California, and James McCrea took important parts in the sessions of the shippers. 1TR NqvAp iyJ . COLONEL ROOSEVELT IS ENJOYING REST EX-PRESIDENT, AS GUEST OF LIEUTENANT COLONEL LEE, TAKES LIFE EASILY. london, M.1ay 23.- Colonel Rtiesevelt is enjoylng tihe quietelet dlays thus far. of hin Eeuropeane tour and is getthln something like a real rest His throat,. however, stilll ldthera hlil caud his vonice i husky. After speInding the week elnd at Wrest Park, the hoI.r.1e of Amballssador Rold, Mr. and Mrs. IRosevelt, Miss Ethel and Kermit returnedl to London today and are ithie guests Iof .leuten lant Colonel 1an1d Mrs. Arthur tIee at their winter house. The Iltoonevelts will remain with thue l.eet for the greater part of the wee. The dce mands on the former presidelnt's time do not lessen, but his host is doing his utlnost lto prevail on the colonel to refuse to see callers antd to( have the QJuiet of which he standsl s, Inllucll in reed. Mr. Rloosevelt's enly spea;king en gagemenlts for thls week tre on Wedneseday cnlt Thlursday. Oirl Wednesday ihe will receive- a delega tion from the liritish grocli of the In ter-parliaelicntc ry unllioln lal ct ::t the following dlay hee will receive. a de gree flrom t'amlhridge university. To day Mr. lRooeseverlt wes the guest a1 luncheon of 20 big gaIne' hiunters, sa.v eral of wllhom Joinedl in plrelseunting hint with a rifle blefore l' :iarted on thel Africen expedtlion. OPPOSES HONORING GENERAL R. E. LEE Freeport. III., May 23. lnvleighing against the ilacing of thle statue of General Rlbeirt e. Lee In the house of fame at Washlnington. Coloel Jo seph P. Darling, past colecmmcander of Columbia post. O. A. R., Chicago, to night addressed the Inltici earnp fire of the 44th state encarclpment of the Illlnoli Grand Army encamlnpnent. He ccuinpured Ilo)*arl E. L.,e. to, ilcidltet Arnold alld prulpi,.sed that the ac ceptacllte of the stattle of confederate leaders would be a step toward pen sioning confederate soldiers and open inl the way to the federal goverin ment assuming the burden of con federalte war bonds. The main portion of the address was In support of the contenteion that General Lee wo.s not convinced of the Justice of the cause for which he drew his swordt and that he. therefore, could have no claim to the name of patriot. DOWN FROM HAMILTON. Colonel C. M. Crutchfield. a promi nent lawyer of Himilton, came down from the valley yesterday and will at tend to business in the district court.; Mr. Crutch:ield will probably be here tihe greater part of the week. SALE AUTHORIZED. Washington, May 2I.-The house billi aut!orisine the sale of surplus lands in the port Hartholdt Indian reservationt in North Dakota passed the senate to 44?. PROGRESS IS RAPID IN MURDER TRIAL WILLIAM SEYLER, ACCUSED OF KILLING YOUNG WOMAN, 18 BEFORE COURT. prttrlles wal null todeyr in thelil trial of Wihlanl M'yl-r. the young nil.it a' rtlieedI of niurcderintg Jiune Alatrlji in the i lfliion-dullur pier in Athlntil (I'ly last I'ebrl ury. A Jury wUasL chosenti In tl hour land tw,.nty milillllte, Laterlll. tie lerlisoner wau irrli.ilid iat the pening oitf iirt. i'rlsecuil, r nlilde.n bterKg lils hi opening aiddre.s saltd: "Juilie, ali i ios n t hie.r d tih11 th il'llinglll-n her iniior." 'The first wI .tlitess'es ilhed were the ilnliotlrlnll and the ollceilh alf who fiund the girl's ruie ibodiiy w itlh the torn lolthiilg Irz'en to It lying on the blteuath where it tihad been e('aIt by the waves t, everall tlay's lfteer sltle itliiappeareld. I'harltes Adiat ii. I, tie girtl' fathler, testified that on the nliht il February, ()rvi leyl'r. , rthlllier i lf the efendant, ollk Juet li a illi hi"r sister. Allice, out hbout 7 o',clottck. AII.e ilter returned ulna, ansBl shi e left Jane on the ltler wilth .Willltn My'ller. Mr iilAdamsi wenl t teo 11ylor," il1 1 iii0, ibut lhe l, ls e'lalied atll knowledge ofll' Juii''e disapit pearanre. Adlmnt iilanted thalit Witlllien 'eyler ,lur unlte iit hiMs houll4se to Iee Jane. Itr 1t w ll4t. So ller',. county. pl. - iltl'ul, testified thl tiit ul'y hall showntt Ientllc illlln about the head, al I thelll l. eIye, lit cnge'ltion io Itli lungs. Ther.e wis no ,i.vdiolin Ihat the glrl hallldl . In atl, ,.tacked Allle Adlcum, tit,- I1 ,ar" old silstr ,lof the dead girl. l h ,1, of vlsiing th. iiier with Jane and tleli two Heylter haoys onl the Ilight her sister dlisp ptered and orf lei i liuie on the piler with Wlllhli ltyll 'i r The diatd girl - notlhetr toli 'f inr search for her daughter onl the night ,he disaeired( anl ofi Nwl.rlig tut .a warrant flr lte t'l.r's. irrl.et n the t urlo t' of l ductiolli. A l .iigner tat ielil ltt - lon t, thite - tective biy the prisoner tlii litve he wiast arrested ill Pettirhiurg, Val., wla also placed itn evidence biy th e prol eution. In It Heylhr ntiled ht- had beon out of his houte or s n iht. girl on thel light in questiloi. EXTRADITION CASE IN SUPREME COURT Washingliton, May t. - The extradil tion ('ane of' Franlk N. Hofflatot 'of Pittaburg wax dloc'keted in thee su preme court of the Ulnited States to day and on next T'uesday the state authorities will rmovie its diamitsal on the groundl that the appeal has been laken only for puirpose of delaying the trial. Hoffutot is the preiident of the Pressed Steel Car comnpany and of a natitonal hiank in Pittaslirg anid is under Indic'tent tn the charge of bribery. IT 18NT SO. 1I1 efieldt. May 3.-- 'the report that the steaiithip Venus, with (Generall Irtas and Nicaraguan troops aboard, had tunk a gunboat of Hstrada's navy I. without foundation. All the vessel. belonging to the provislonallsets are accounted for and none of them has been damaged In an engagement. NAVAL BUDGET SURVIVES FIGHT C"NATE VOTES DOWN AMEND MENT PROVIDING FOR DUT ONE BATTLESHIP. MOR SMALL FIGHTERS Measure Adds to the Number of Tor. pedo Boats, Submarines and Tor pedo-Boat Destroyers-Provsinn is Made for Auxiliary Vessels of Varn. ous Other Types. W uaiblllgt , l .ay .;i V . .tI n wn1 M.V t(,l r ln to i ialthbrllb.l l h'it .I w n'w hatleship I nlrl) tiallt1d of tlo'. I o 11, ' ih ay passedbthli the aval Jl...l lt ,lh hill 1'The hl: culrries an apll lrpr tin bf allltmbb t $134.11bl1.iiii. It iwas I.r,, thlie senate foir twoi dbyl. the deahte ibeing confined , llImosl t ,exb itrl itely It, theII battlelship qtlllteti, t. Tl'wo, imloIrta:nt enllldmllllents were adblbptelabt l l ni I nii, ",f thenm offered by 'ntltobr ,lohnto1 , lpplbr, lriates $135(0,0iJ 1"r th. 1l iur bhbue of torpedb bobts "1whos0 e %ian are' belwl) the norlml h;iad lii. Th! othllr hy Henator Jones rllhllll tsI , rl'll road. coilUlty anid nlullnlllsii I '.lIds rb t',l isect ritles that mTuay It- bi'Ilhel bll It it contra'tors. More Small Craft. T'he naval iiilcreasei fbir thb e i s al 'lit' endingll June ll , 11.4I4. pro.uiedl hi the 1111 is Ia bfollbws: I'T o first-'llbn s Ibuttleshplls lit cost Ibtnt 'exeedin'l 11 $il,000,U00l .'i'I aild whben (blequipped with ;trmllor lland armament abobut $21.,'lbl0.0ll0 tch. 'Two fleet collliers to eas(it lInot excrw'ibinlg $1,0000()00 each: five iub llttbrline tbborpedo hbiats llnt e'xceeb''Iint ;a totuIl of l$2.rOO,000 stix torlbpedo hot ,-. lstrl,)'ers to 'boit not exee'tllltn $7;.llblllll Th' hlouse bill providled only folbr subi.lalrines and no) btorpelin IboIt dib lr.I'oyrs. Tile senatle alalo adopted al Ie'mlutirm thmt not mnore thIIill o1n of the battlelhtlN should he Unilt by Ih,. smll1b bmpallnbly. The pro"viit lI.i'nserted in tiihe house reqluiring thait the batltle. ship lilid fleet collierm should he ul ilt lIhunder tile eight-hur liaw was 'retalll II)' the iHenate. Depew Tells History. 'The cluo'ling hlour ,lf tilhe debate srte toll . ihl two ml porltlnb t hbistoritbal re' hltions bIy Senilatolr ),b'llipw 0.h lic.i were given'' froml his t wtn ltore II'f inhrlltnr htim. Inl' of bIthel hlrie n the warll with 'lill . The Mtutl,.biit rel ardilr n the .lpunish war ,was Ill.ited by itn axertion by e,~ atotbr el liburll thatll the llpepl thelldselb es ( Ib nollt I w'b tlt wair hli t generalliy were coitpelled bhy thIir rulers to submirlt Ito their will. Taking lIssue with tlhe h Ilih tnbtr Mr. DIep(ew ibdI lthat populabI Ir d'nlllI Ihl forcedI'' the war . lth Sli onll theb country and that ;'resident M,,Kinl,,v had bhen ,lopposedl to) It. He l.t ill Iso thalt ltrllll a ftavorabel culd hal., )been olIbtlned frolll itlhlui w ithout ;I conlfilbt iis with war preb.,denbt twould allv, niigottihl .O.tl off the Ai.bl'rie.ul onlltinent l .hI Mr IHai'. "I dbl." r',.l tdli.ed Ihb Nth e 'b Iork 'se tor"Ii " I know 1i owni knt o I.i' 3iipaib Wias prepare.d Ito ahitlllll n I i, 11d Porto Itibb to prevent ibInllallln if Ma i e ul hir. lie utlsue III adva.ne ,i the naere'ptance 11 tbh, pllopo~iaiton " lie lil Prlibtellllt McKinley hllI not be ln to strong onlough persNmlhl., t I," miht the i)lpuhir will Mr. il."tow Also related somel hibltory lbonebrlnirli lthe ')seond adirbll strat on1. Attitude of England. "Anl Intinate friend oifr ui . h, ai:0i0 wa. s u itinlautIi friend ,t liil Hallbhi ry, then the British p'rine ioihl later," he said, "told II r w l' n thii |pre('c ltd llt' mnlleanllge ' tn p..l)l)lllllhigth.I Lord Halilbury aild to hii "I bieiil. i'because of the rancor coniig lllllig i from the revolutionary war al ;,,' ".flentuated by certain Iioccurrenllce Ii thi civil war. Americau ,ieals to hlii,. war with (ireat Britain it roiii ti , andI I believe now is the b.-t irt wlnMl AtnIrien.ni has no navy "The view iof the pritme lministir ,t verrulhd my Qu+eent Vihtitr;.. hit it Lord Hallliury h.rl hadi the iL ', piitleaulsed bI y om otlt the 1:Iglib| pri ate ministers, the isua e e e t t:onle I .oulid have been tried out " Mr. iepet m useld thei' laat iniwllli nt rt, einforce an argument in favor ,f if atrong navy and tlhe autholriz;ation ,;i two t;attleahllli o the l )reit dlinllihti type. Mr. Heyb)urn I.exprr.idl tIl opinion that there lluhuld it I "u tinned increase of the navy wntiutu completlin or the Panam it i una ilt The delllicrata voting for t\+, hiII tleshlips were Clark (Ark.); M'iiEner (La.), and Taylor. 'The rip',lubll, a;,. voting for one battleshlp e.,cr lrlrst,ir Hurton. Clapp, ('rawforrd, Ei'lrn llt,-. I~xon, lollliver. Hale, l.,,l',llhettie aind Pa ge. Taking up the naval appropriatio hill, immediately after conveninig to day, the senate contlinuedl the conaid eratlon of the Burton ilrendmnelllnt, lirit vldlng for one battleshlip Irnltead if two, as provided for by thel hiouse The advocates of the alendllt.il gen orally conceded that the ailendnlmell would be lost. .enator Perkins was the first speaker of the day. tie is chairman of the committee on naval (Continued on age Eight.) NOBLEWOMEN LOSE FRIEND IN EDWARD American wives of British noblemen whose social position will be materially affected by the death of King Edward. At left, Duchess of Marlborough. Upper right. Duchess Roxburghe. Lower right. Mrs. John Ward. I, n l nt, . .la> L.) \\l) ) II·(ilt thc III n Kn~ I 1: \r %,u 1, It t o- -,III? ii 11k "111 that1 Ihr I.. ýýIII Ibý it ,bilk,'. it, 1 t.. ttlluii . \n;11:1' Iit11 14 %% II. % \ Ii ~, l-ºnilul" Ir U it11 "UNWRITTEN LAW" IN TROUT CREEK KILLING JACK PETIT, FORMER DEPUTY SHERIFF. SHOOTS MIKE M'INTEE-SURRENDERS. Plains' , Miy l' (piHt I Il J 'oik P'titt. friillr 'deput therllf f I .ianders. -ilalty, ltot jiul killed Milk- M Ilrite II 'T'r nit ('reek Iiturl, u y itight t'i ltnt (lt . nlr tifttery has returli ed irsou that je IoiU•.e, ilht Id 1 .h, t 1 f ir71 ii', hi ' %it. r'"-,t t i ,,Ia , trp ant ing b olt I s on t h1e. I.''' h rf I' s(T' Petit lillhn 'tlw III' hts were tired, the fIrst hb illt hit~ting Mellit1( ( head, no it is llegl , aindl the ,,thi r hitlinK hint Ir h'Ie rilt flrom the lnrllg.,l in nlll The piitiiitainr are or 1i 1g. r, at it aIj'j.p i the "uiawritten lw" hbtl .initthintg to do with th,, sh,,othlg 'T'h,, h.ead mall wI. abl)lut . *' ir or :a g Lr ;drl niltni Mr Petit iI noirril 'lThe l.dy of Mhint.it will he taken to I s,,iaDla tolllrriow mitning. It will e l uried tlher RUSH FOR SETTLEMENT GREATER THAN EVER ,\\'a., higto, , tlay 1;n 'T'h" l'real I:11: fl, r . ttll 'lunillt tl i tll It lh •.b dol main of thi e nll ll(llt. t i l is r lin at. i iey the eIr rmo i(i alirl e iIi llis 11ri - tr itf eritries utale in the current fin ril yealr. 1By the rnd oif ItheIi r, (II(m rlilsolmnr IrnnLett If the iInoral land affiei today l iadlit, t ini' rlase a- eit paredr with the enltri. ofi the pr.viouil I . iinttui , iprthi hly 'woIult rI ach 6,1. - ,ll4i Abhiit hol l rt . I p int if these i n' l i tries, hli. added, were mllde for lnle, stt idi N oittlinii t 'lThe 1t1a1i iuliubr of entries ofl all ki d host e.ar illr o nted ito otll il.ng mrie- than lliti,600, whl1s the i urrei t year. , It iN calculalit-l, wit ll r' acih, ti re tilal t 2i 4,1,"'11 EDUCATION FOR CHINKS. Nie" York Maaly '3S The prI'll, u, stiepsi towarnl ulud uiiig a lw for trhu h ighLt wit a s ,,t Ii o b it r Iru T lI i ('ho lw n ltllhern hi ll. \, tfak'lu it it II . ntlfire . , of It r l, , uin.iiter ofi the Meh. ol istl II '-, i church froll NSe Y"I k :url Pf, l pila hiere today. It i, prop se.J t itl Ill a rre of lit nd ar t i t I|iiba a'h t , a h"-t: buildings to enit ihiiut f"u,0i0i a illi .r.cted in the rn. $t tiro i.larn HEITY D!SAPPOINTED BY NEW YORK JURYMEN N."w Yrk, i-ly a --Jurymon havei always b|r"I good to lm(; 1 hlays., never lost a (iise,' remar'ked.i M r. Ilt it.. Sli'ir toiday, its b.ah u.lliiu gly x. lipr'esst . heir satisfaction utith thet jury silected tlo try the suit of a safe deposit coil panyl again.,t h.r fir 1550. Yet after a irief trill the Jury brought itt a ver dict againat Mrs. (r'ettt fir the full aulliUit tclaiteid tby a safte depositt cot-ipany. 5.5J with $1 linterest, a to tal of 1569. The ctimpany tuedt toi re cover fur five 'years' storage of books and records of the estate of tier fathtier, EIdwiard Mott Roblnsoin. rlllct fI( I . tii i."r ,4.c ht , r Whi&t, lihiil autiitiicd undrr the CHARGE OF HERESY AGAINST GOTHAM CHURCHMEN NEW YORK PRESBYTERY IS TO BE TRIED FOR UNORTHO DOX PROCEDURE. Atlhntic t'ty, N , MY .I -The de r Ion h, try thl- New York I'reshvtery ocn clu'rge, of hcrcesy h)erantei of the grnlltintg t, .Mcshr,.re Blark, Bteen and IFinch prrie IingK orders after the young til-n ha;dl refused to accept in iull thei Itclil.f of the church, was an nll(uti c114l by tie jiidict l rc'nnt ittee of tthec I'res.lcytlria.ll asse.tclhly today. The iconllie. h.andd tby Rev l- I) IWar flcel. president ot f I .;fayette college, l re..ntc'l ca rlepo rt in which it declared I1h Ibelief '"that tih*c minorlty mtnenhers of e II, N-ew York I'rens)ytery had eP Ihlic, h t iprioia faile cace of heresy til the maitter lhas been, refe.rrcd to the jndic'lt conirnittce of the aesaem hly. a hic a ill iHear witnesses and re pI.rt fI ndingsi for final ac'tion by the ai sertll c W Ii Landon of t r'alifrrtlin. WV K Hlnc're.r of Michiganl , Je-sse (' Bruce of PJ'ennrylvani,, 'harles T. Thompson of Mintnesiit and .1 Y. llamtiton of 1Ili nroi w-ere , .le.terd members of the JI lli h1l c', ntillcr itte to tiak the places of nebrrtllcnr a lihoe rtrllte expired with the tpresent trt in ig The matter of re durl'lng repre.-sientatoll, ) int thte ansemibly to fti'k ntlicnerc iNc as postpoedtc until tolmrr,,'w Ir 'ncirfie-l Illtroduced a retsolcution t allow conitritutnions to dlllcilty Stllid-llt: t of av.r ~200, the sum allowed hc y tlht, Hn~rlccIibly toi pay the expic " - s of micinistitrial students work ing their cil ; It thrioigh college. The reth-lcti n a.. Ildopted after Dr. 'ar fielid hall .-,l I t 'h thIIeological stu dents clihold not be| forIced tIo peddle hooks ior grot-veries to secure an edu.l OIr iI;tnlltn Ilamine Iof Indiana dc Slctrld the- hlih c c.t cf living is keep inlg Y'ungI II un 1ou of (11 nministry ant ihe adI'occcidi highier .isalarie for rnin I r.tr In smaller chir-li.n IRRIGATION PROJECTS WAIT FOR TEN YEARS i-llllo..llt, May "1 No netw Irr| igatici piriets will bI Htarted by thc ga .ocrlltl nli' t ithinllll the next 10 years, s;lid Iiir citor Newell of the reclama ti r sli c'lic*cc I today Tihe bureau i now ici-tlitg Iti etnergies tIc compllete the wo(rk atlrceady egiuni. alld in fIrmulat. Ilnc its lil;tari for the n xt fiscal year hie micr - iln' arranged tic ue advilan ici aiec |.-iv it c $:iiu.i i i cliiU I ln ib d c.ue in c',-c' i an grc,-. ilcctlh ri /..cri , it. o )r to .(lI I tihl. h i.wrk withoullt it. 'J'The attltudll iof thli ftrtliers in thce rri;gatecl rlegions, Mr N.ewell said, in -.r) rlli('lc lralgc.i iacliln he antilcipated lthat the coI'(ltinlis fronit the Iprjecnts for April wouiIl ie greater than during allny pre vliuc miontth. PASSENGERS HURT. 'Washingt~ , May 23. -kight.ll-en pasl cclingerc were sllKhtly injured in the wrc-c-k latec tolay of it pecirccl trait rillrlin as tailc eciondi scctiol ofi No ici on the tCticitherln rail)ay nIear tieldl' Run bridge., Va. The engine and fI u .assenger coaches were derailed 00U yards from the bridge. All the pas rsngers were seriously shaken up and I some were badly cut and brul..st RECEIVERiSHIP FOR CITY ROADS CHICAGO RAILWAYS COMPAN' IS FINANCIALLY EMBARRASSED BY JUDGMENT. MUCH STOCIK UNLOAD None-Point Drop to Caused by Taking of Affairs of Corperatien Out of Hands of Present Managemeea.. Union Traction Debts Play Part in Misfortune. ('lhii agu,. MIiy 23.---The receivershlp ntol, w liIh the ('hicag1o Railways ennt pany was t hrown today, sent its weet CItive stock. aeries 3, ParticipatIng .ertlllfites., off an extreme nine polats in the hlii al stiuk exchange with only t Nlight r'overy. TFhis stock flr ti.ipatis. only afteir the payment of hlinl interesit and dividends on certlif Icates of' eriei 1. but the earniuml of the company recently were believed to indlicate an early divilend on serIes 2. Thousands of shares were unloaded when news of the receivership becamu. known In aImalle street. The as. iu,lntment of the receivers. John it. RI,.ach. president of the company, cad Henry A. Blair. a heavy stockholder, was preui'pitated by the fact that the coilmutny had neither sufficient assets to, pay a Judgment of $1.,44.64 reed ereud against it by Judge Ball lin the sup'rlior ciourt last week, nor to pro vide ufflhient bond to secure a stay of executili,on by IImeans of an appeal. The One Way. Theire was only one way out, a re ceivership. and this action described as a "mere legal nove for friendly clnse.rvaltion,"' was taken suddenly and necretly. fly this arrangement it will be Iamushle tI, protect the compeny while Judge Iltw.s d.ison is carrined to the state supreme court. Judge Ihall held Ihat the Chicago AIllware ,nlcompany In taking over the old Union Triuctio.n comnpany promoted by the hIt, ('harli' T. Yerkea. assumed re sluonsibllkty foir the bonds of the fl ni ncailly shattered Consolidated Traction l m ,llpany. The Judgmeat awardled by Judge Hall and entered today, wit in favor of the litigation t)mdhilders of Ilthe latter company. lhould this deciusion be ubheld it lopens theI road for atddltlonal judg inents of a sillllsr nature aggregating sabout $.iio.,iiii. thiler effects of the .receivership imaly he sumnmarlsaed Effects. First -The city's Interest under the reorg~nlizutition oirdlinanue cf three y-lurn ago,I. whe.relby the mun;cupalty recxeives G, per cent of the tiet profits of ilh,. c, ipalllul y. is fully protected. tLrecnd--Phlyslicll iniprovements " to whliclh Iillions already have been spent will gNo forward under the di re'tin of the hoard of supervising engineers Third c ',ntisuliidatiitll t if the proper ties of Ith" ( 'hlago Railways company and if the (',nsolidated Traction cotm puny. providing Judge ual Isl i s tu;nitw, by th,, ulppr court It is sail the bonds of the Chilcno It:iit lays companiiity are not affected ithleur by the reeolve-ship or the judg nIcnt av they constitute a prior lien on the 6ii.0)O(.0iO assets of the ooin pan Thile frientdly offices of Ike Weetinghouse Kieitric & Manufactar ing company were called upon to se .ri, rectilerthip The petition was filed by ('harhiw P. Cotton. Jr.. of New York, representing the Westinghouse 'company His bill set up that the Lo cat company owes a bill of 1.0S4,O4to the electric concern whloh It cannot pay because of the Judgment secured against it. The bill declares that the local corn pany's assets are at present so en .,miibi,'rid, bty ntortLages and truat iieedt that it cannot raise morny enuglh t, perfect an appeal frot Judg HBall. The proceedinlgs, which t,,hk Ittace Itwfi,re Jildg (iruosacup iin th, U'nlted States circuit court. lasted hit a few minutes CONTRACI FREEDOM MUST BE RESTRICTED M1 l.u.is, Mai 2. -rioradom of Lon tt It iet\.aen ll ltaster aHd servant nustl mti nobrlm d, a rcording to Paul 1'. KoI lIK" ul.so,'l lt . reditor of the Survey. Nm\% York. In an addlress tonight be fort' thl. National Conference of t'harl. tlr.s anid c`rrectloons. We must Inslre by law to American workinglpen. aid. Mr KellIog. "certain ninlopual stand ards of hours of labor and of rest, of arfety, of health, of rersttution~, wha tlhe worklngrnan In killed or inajred'or diseased through his work, and of ot o rent wages such as will sustaln lile Washingtetp. May U.- The tration raliroad bit uISIOMaI two days by the UhlM t bill, will come hp gall o s convenes tomorrow.