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KHSIIT iNOiCIEO IN PITTSBURG GRAFT Alleped Plan of J. W. Friend to Use Biakeley as Bribe "Stakeholder." SAY $52,000 WAS PAID HERE Fncridly Judge Withdraws When nil Winter. Aged Bank President. Once Barber. Confesses. -hur*. An- I Tlir <'lim a * DTI "i og graft espesareai • ttnent IOBJ report. In • rODOBBTTT n.j. .i the indictivent or \ H CMst prwaifli Bl of Urn S:.t] <".-.r rn;::]iany. and one <.f . ■ .- •. • • • s- Tiien in th< T.-. : :. • DMBta ■ r M' b«b r OT" Simultaneously in open court ranvp the .. I . v. . • president of Hie Havinp and Tn:st «'oin • . ! be ha<i bo fcl>rw n naafka ba hat 1 g i a 120. ' bril* ■ hi I pnvtoai I D*a»*Bjai ta lUbl* • boofea by mf f'^g nad pacai r • • intc pralt a.-counts. foiiowtai ta aUiieiilatad ten are Btf r* M ' Wl l fin'iinps in tl-e • .• BTCBOBUaCBI m;u1" public The Presentment. - - I ••1 TO ■ ■ ■ — ■ I ■ Say Br.be Was Pad Here -■.<:;■ • - •.-••• ■ Mr 1 • •. mmki crtxah - i . ■ ■ ■ . •■ •> '" • Y"i;r=:. cashior of I | ■ . s ..... • ' ' ■ ■ M * i ■ - i ■ ■ ■ ■ Judoe. •'- •> - E»Ck.sed. I Bl Ekßfl \V ij;i'-r < : tbc Wol B«5 .i.es B 7>an>- to <• lr»«s a sense. <; n " ■ •■ t).'- r> • •• preno gory Da aaa itiaißai . - • rfbe to ■ ■ ■ • • • • ■ . ■ I . • • i I •••..: tt : ■ :. ■ ■ • ■ rfand ■ • ■ I T:.w:ns '■■ . ■■ ■ • , ■ ,«■ In-flas . ttrarin*. T«.-nior^o\i . fjir: xnri;il>!r «in«!«. EXPLOSION 0M MARYLAND Report Says Boiler Tubes Blew D«ft — One Sailor Dead. . L report n k .:■ . ■ l ■ • •■::. vhiie- the cruiser Miry land was oi: h« • way -,o Mniilcrcy Bay tron fi=.i nlii Tvarbai '. :!•■ tubes in one of th> forward l>oilcrs bsßVf nut. I'm lldhttj t least three firemen and ■ t.nd.rs. o:u- of VtMU has since • iii.; ;u .1 is bdSS brought here. The in jured nwn are being treated on the s!iij> and will l.« pssCSal in the Navy Hos pital .it Mare Island when the cruiser IBBKsaBi here morrow, it i.« said to-d;. ■ iuis> r ■ ■ - BOY DYING AFTER FIGHT Big Crowd Watches High School Students Settle Quarrel. Pfcsaasc, N .1 . April 6 i Special). -OB bcti Trehoi:. the riiri<-te< n-y« ;ir-n!il son of Srhnnl Commissioner James F. Trchou. <>f GaffleM, - s l'< Hi \ed to be dying in the Fassaic < ( . mral Hospital from the ef fects «>f a knockout raedvad last night bl the s>'\«'nth round of a ring fteht Wttta Frank K« iscr. <<\ Mtadi av< nue. • ;ar f:< ■](', Tt.-h..u is suff< ring from concus sion of the hrain and internal m.iuri< -. Then- had b« en hitter feeling between the two boya, whn m students in the Ir.gh s< -I 0..1. Ear WIWI weeks, and ■ few clays aC'> th< 1r friends arranged for the b< ut last night. About one hundred Bpei 'ators. among them several promi nent «;artield men. the fighters and their handlers gathered aUiut l«»r- m. 1n a **- etaaad vooted sedten. of Berpen Quint y, j-.;st .\«r the QoritoU line. When Tri'hnii was knocked <>:U the an nouncement that he was dying fright ened the «j>ectators. and they scattered in all directions John Dwyer. one of his sfi or.ds. made every effort t.i revive bSm, but nfter an hour summoned the Passai' ambulance. As yet no Brreatß ha\e been made, but it is Ixlievcd thai several DfnWIH will be taker into < BStody t«<-n!ght or to . . ... jj. INVALID BUILT UP ESTATE Leave? by Her Will $800,000 to Beneficent Institutions. • • \pg <: !•; racmectlon srtth thr- i • -.* . • pobttc bequests total':r.j: fSWHMMV) by the will of Martha K. Tin:;, v ' . . . :. <1 m Sotw rviile. March l.°». there v;ts <1i«-< losed also to-day th-: remarkable fieoJ of an invalid woman ••oiifin"! !o h<i hom< for forty years in • ■ tains ■'■ c:u >' '• rirr by nr " r Bslhei .; ll v '.' ■ ...■•• i.i ihjuvgh wise Invest- The estate »s valued at over $'.•<••. <« nt Uld ' ■ - Miss HttttfS . ■ • C3UULOOO to whit -ii she ■11) Ml ? • • ■ - ■ WOMEN LEAD MINE RIOTS Officers ar-d Strikers Clash After Drnair.it in j. - ■ . 1* d. ■ I ■ ■ BROADWAY STORE ROBBED Disclosure Follows Arrest of Two Men Last Night. . . t Ko 417 ■ ■ t • ■ ■ ■ • ■ D TOSS YOU INTO STATION M ..;k;>ble Trt. ■ i ■ ■ : ■ I . • ■ NEW- YORK, THURSIMY, 4PRIL 7, 1910.— FOURTEEN PAGES. ** VMM V. ONK <TAT INSURANCE 11 Y TAKES WIDE SWING Prober Alights on Ex-Assembly man Louis Bedell's Stock Deals. BROKER PUT ON THE STAND Alldss Name Also in Firm's Books — New Lead Ascribed to Tip from Counsel of Conger. William H. Hot. hkiss. Superintendent of Insurance, took a wide swine in his inquiry yesterday when he subpernaed James \V. «'unningham, partner in the Ellinj?wood & Cunningham Stuck Ex change firm, which failed on February IS, 1!»<M. Mi Hotchklaa had in hi? possession about fifty sheets from the ledgar of that firm and though Cunningham at first :. "n advice of i >.;msH. t«. identify tli.-m. Mr H.it< hkiss wHwHtei him a ■■ • I | ir<-<l ■ virtual ld< ntlftcation. •in;, the only om of which th<» namr appears on tho record of the inves n. «a« in the nanio of Louis Bedell, and that anount showed various sums, apprcpatinp al">ut ?T."<K\ on the • sMe, b] el ecka or iash of <;. Tracy Hog. r? Rogers was from 1806 to i'.*>4 the president of the State Street Railway Association, according to the testimony of Lemuel K. Quips; under examination i> William at. Ivins in the records of the Public Service Commission, and was the representative of that association in traction legislation at Albany for that period. He was also, as <'unninKham t- stifled ; estorday. a "special partner" in the Bllingwood & Cunningham firm from isns to January l. 1801 but had retired before th*» failure. "The names in these records, said Mr. Hot kiss, "are the names of pome of the memlw-rs of the Insurance and Rule? committees of the Legislature of that time." Deals Were tn 1900 anH 1901. The i me of the records, as shown by the testimony on PedelTß account, ran through 1900 and 1901. with pome lines left blank «.f names ted up to as laU as August 28. 1902. Stock of tlie New York Transportation Company was the only stock mentioned b ti"- lejcord of Bedeirs account. The records Sf t:,e Legislature for 1900 'how ,n the Assembly on the FJnles < "otii mlttee Mlda, Kdser, Bedell. Barnes an.i Kelly, srttli tin Bpeaker, PYed Nixon. :<-• chairman; and on the Insurance Com* mtttee OsMghtry, Trlpp. QraJMun, Aj»«ar. Hatch, opttbn, RnJnp, ItcHilhutti west. Ruche, Oulder, Oale and Kierdon. In the S< j i^ate the Rules Committee ■as .oii:|os-d of Senators Kllsworth. Raine^ and >:rad>, and the Insurance Oommlttee i ooipr lscd Senators Parsons, ': . Malby, • •-..•'. Thornton. Am l.ier. Ahta::.. QnuKf atid ••■!!>• . i 'unningham's testimony yesterday was piven slowly . id with numerous re fusals to answer -a h' never the questions • . ed npon the names in the records from the ledger, which Mr. Hotchklsa had SUbpOMiaed earlier in the week. The witness SUM a I 111 with John H Ptanchfield as counsel. im] when • ailed to the stand he aralted until his counsel had put on the record his formal objsc •.;•>•! »o :\:<\ dloL'loottre of the aocounta. Lawyer Maker, a Fight : bave advised Mi Cunningham,** '.-•.••• "that you Itave no jMiwer to subpoena recorda *'f that tirm or us accounts »vit.'i customers. I i resume this may i>e followed by a :.^.: .^. ' proceeding, and though not waiv ing his right not to l- sworn and not to testify, I will allow him. for convenience' R;;ke, to be sworn, but will advise him that he nee.i not answer any question as to customers' accounts, because -it their confidential nature." At the end of the session, when Mr. HotchklSS announced adjournment until this morning at 11 ofdock, Mr. Stanch tieid again took »;p tha light. • I will advise Mr Cunningham thai n- ii. ,i not appeal h<vo unless you go to court for an order," he gaid to Mr. Hoi. hkiss. i • at 11 1 lock, ' B •• ...lit than t- the v. it ,.^ . Hi Btsjichfleld'a bjse- Uoa •"Three o'clock would be better for me." said Cunningham. "Very wall II ywa wH ba here at :'. I i.i adjourn untii then." ar, d Mr Hotchh Mr. Sta-i- -ht!. Id announced that 1.. took the jx-HKon f advising his Ik it that as a broker he ii' si not consent to tivin ;> of bis custonascsf acoanntaj but !'.;... 1.;. «>n Ciinnlnghatn's j.iattiiai agree ment that he wou.d lajajona the Bland ih. next jsess.or. *■*£ »< : for Monday morning a? 11 oMo U. ».•.;■• the «ii . > - qualified Ofl 'hat to the extent that •1,,- would !.< OB band If ma counsel did not bi"i' ■'• lil " Co^rseJ Invted to Testify. C:ini]!im'h;.i:i »w spparantly .it a low •. know j^i^ T v hat ■round to occupy. J niring the « oursc of the inquiry the bus^Hntcadeat had rscjuestad Mr. Biancbflsld U take the stand and be ■worn, but UUs honor Cunningham's OUttSCJ de< lineJ. "IS Mr. Stanchfield your regular law , ■ ba shoi at CUnßtaghani ■■\d," ::.itnitt.d Cunningham. i . r < mpioy hin before "No." "If Mr St.-fhrii Id not the COttttad of <; Tra.y Rogers?" pursued Mr. Hutch- Idss •• . ■ ■ ■ <• »-it ■ ■ t . ;; • M. I. 11l H.:. hkl ' ■ ' teh wttk i Rofjera si n n <l dl ( - Mr <''JiinliiKhHnVs ■ | : ■ • ■ i '• ; . M < . <i. ii v iMsi sags* SUPERINTENDENT HOTCHKISS EXAMINING J. \V CUNNINGHAM AT THE FIRE INSURANCE INQUIRY. John li. Btanchneld, who wnseJ. al I RECORD Al MM SALE Largest Sum Ever Realized at One Night's Art Sale, $769,200. A TURNER BRINGS $129,000 Corot's "The Fisherman" Sold for $80,500, and Millet's "The Pig Killers," $44,100. The largest amount over receiver! at a Find' niphts mi sale in this country ■. || the extraordinary sum of |7C^SOt, which m realized last •v» nine at the s> '"Tiii ' nirc's Rale in M<Ti)»lssohn Hall of valuable paintings collected hy the late Charles T. Terkea, making ■ total of |M1.42S for the two evenings. The sale was conducted by Thorn;. s E Kirby and wa.« murk'd by • age* and g-. nerouf btdd Th- only ronparteon thai can be mad with lasl •\<ninK > phenomenal sale m a alngle nichf* sal. of the Mary Jane Morgan collection in ISM, irheti *»"". wus realised. The n-sults of laei nights ■alB almost U all<r<t thr>.<e rff rn^ f K. *■" MiKhts' session of thfl Iforsafl s«ii. VI)-- highest price araa H29.9M, whicn Duveen Brother! pud for "Rocket and Blue Uajhta," bj .1 M. w. Turner Th bidding was start at |SO.MO, and weal bj leapi and bounds to IKMMMMk. which excited enthusiastic applause. This WHS renewed when the picture arat knocked down at 1129,009. The painting depicts a stormy day, with waves rolling In on the ihorc A vessel in dfotresa is s»<'ii in the back ground Rending up rockets it appears h> ti - masts thai it is a Malting WCBael irMcn is Bending op the r«cke«* Th« rocks of a oangeroiia, Meat shore can i>. teen hi the far distance, and In the fore ground, »n the left, is ;< group of six fishermen, who ar.- looking oul t.> sea Duv^en Brothers also paid 180.804 for •Till- Fisherman,*' by Corot; ItA.SM for "Oolng t" Market." hy Constant Tr<->> on; J2.T.".'' 1 ! for "The Toil, t of Vi nus " »•> I" Boucher, and $4.5-"> for The Old ( hut h." b\ < 'orot "Morning." b Coi t. w;.s ki it J.'.L'.li"'. • . , i :,| being ?:■••. """ Anoth< r Corot. "Environs of Vllle d'Avray," waa bought bj Arthur Tooth A Bona .it |2©.- Th.' Pic Kill- bj .1 F Millet, was start'«i v ith I hid of $!('.""». and waa knocked down to Scot* & rVarlea at $41. 100. This firm also paid I*o. for tSatherlng Fagot*.* 1 by Ettas, and $25,10Q for "Payaage Dv Fair," by Theodore Rousseau •(irand Canal" • 'A Di ■■ ■ of Venice"), by J- M W Turner, Ml sold to W. \\ : Seaman. ap< nt, for KO,OOO, who also paid j2r..<"'o for "St. MlchaerS Mount.' by J M W Turner. Mr. Seaman, as agent, . iso paid $:•'' -"" for "Portrait ot Lady I I'Hritii." by Sir Joshua Reynold.* Following Is ■ complete list Of sales at the watt it one Bight's «=;(!.: in the (Jnttad States: TillP. ArtiJiV l:u\er I • The OM i"hurch. Oorot; I'uiai,.) Kuf' J4.MN> Tt., ii > »lti to the Village. r,.r..t <'t:.. l«cnirt. «s<Tlt . . • «'« """ En\ lr*>f« of Vllle t>A\r«> <->fi. Arthur T.-.th « MM •-"' '"" Mcrnln* <"'"t. llowanl M • i.rml. k •'■-' ''«> rii. piabermM. Corot, t>«Tera B) t»i> r« »»<i.s<»» Small |.»iul»i ajrf" I i.iiil.iK' . • •' I'-'ti—. •ront • ■'■ -""" A .•-• H'OMF* tmwttm ■!»! . |tMUl>t«n>. K. H.n ■l.-rdnii . ' l""> i.«!, . i- . « , . at S««»h<ir«-. ;.i:l<rM>. S. i.tt *• >, |.« ... - •'••"»' »>i, th. l:iwr oiw. 1 i ibtgl Bcotl A »•-..«;«•• i»*«i \t**- t.l VltMrvUl*. ImntiiKiiy: J. W. Jjin. . < '<> ra« Hank* f OM Ol». . N«ai \u-..r«. i>auMßtiv Brett * r..»;.« . i. •*•■»» Cr»..n,i ruuflnthl— ». \ lna> a ••'» HUM rg ■ '"'' <*m>id DtaHrtiMd, N tH*M; Bou—od->>io d, m t, in I. IBS Tl.« <iir«r In IIH Fwtt ot ■ ■■in* I. lean N. I>la2 V»" W Satmaa, as»iii I.CUO Oath^riim )••««■ t«. N !•■»... SMti * K.iwl«# .."r»i I>U'k BhnniinK. I»\m KuprA. I'hlllp Btf , -ti.-lm*-! -■'"' l^n«i»t-at- t> •-!•- ntonr. Jui<>« tMfrt; <*<>tt\* r A' * O **• w t « X I" Ui I '• ■ •'"'«' l'»if*- W v Sran.aa ■«■ '" ? . J* BUurtM -H i ! • • l-U'if. 1- l!i.i:"!-J» ■\l S<ra lul » Duprt l ; S nnu« I • t:i.rm..r i, '«>" 'iMana and !Nr NymplM Bl«*pttiS; -' X ?iil!f 1 M I r- 1. ■r. ....... *■ ''"• Tbj PIS '^11..-. J. r. MIIMt. BOOtl A '• ■ Fowl** HiWS \»!>> of Ttffanfe. TM..:,,r- if •<*..,; ' Client 'Ha- ,wi tii.«»»i a (■■..»!■- 18. '■* Thf Old Ka-ni ..nKt.mi TroyOfl B BianAui a - |no J^ndß.ni- Mrlth «Ti«W. JToatMi.r .r.....-i i«..u« <. t \ alwlon .•; f • •• ' (ll> Ilir Normandy <( v Con»t*ni ir.--. • I Hran.ij* « • 4 " > • Joins to Murk. naastsni Troyoa; l»o «r«>ii Mt-irhpiii ■ "'.."0 Ihr It«^r • Pf«r, BBS*** t>^l« I'.imi' ■• »url • ' '" llrlii# r.f \t\-1-'»> !:u*':i* l»»>la.r..t» Kic r»» <iit. at« i m Th« Ht^i>f..-»-l i'.'<l Hta Ki<*-«. ••h*ri*« , i< *! r. nrnnjt 1 * . ... : -■"•' R«\t.«- i. r arcusa; Boa»jod-V«tor1oo • « •■ ' •• . "•'"• Tbr .Jill*'. II !•&!!>. ABlolil* Uall«>Jtl. »:n « >.< i> .1 u.t>tn> ( unluJucO a* iUtb pajsja, FOR NATIONAL RECEPTION Pittsburg Editor Told Roosevelt Affair Here Would be Local. Plttsburg; April t. — Theodore Boose velt desires that If a reception Is ten dered him in New York on his return from abroad it shall he national and no: local A. P. Moore, editor of "'The Plttsbsirg Leader," sent ■ rahfci message to Mr. RoooereH yesterday advising him that tiitr.- seemed to i,.. a de*tn to tir)k»' hi receptlofl In New York local rather than national, and ."ucep^tine that the demon stration be made one \>\ ail th*> people " the nation. The following reply was re ceived hy , pi le 10-da ■ : April I \ p Moore, Editor "Leader." Plttsburg R • •\- it of • •'irs- wants relebratloa national, it held :it all As jro« say, spe cial desire la to pn» the peopli nt Uirg ;t . ban< • ■ - they *n m ish . i-L\n;in.i.v It ,> the intention of the Republican Club v.hic'i started th«« iiwfeuienl for .i reception for Cokmel Roosevelt, to make it national in character. On Ita commit' tee are leading representatives of its non-rvstdent membership, Including Governor i-i >t t of New Jcfsej and Oov ernor Weeks of (Vinprr'irnt, sir.r'. it i* understoodt the < lub itanda ready la r< reive BtaggeStlonS from bodies OUtSldc New York tirv The <itir' ■;■.=" committee appointed hy Ifayor Gaynor at the auggestl >n of mem bers of the Republican fbib to represent the iit\ in th< reception does BOt purpoß to nr»on.>p<ilize th*» aiTBIIEI intlltl by any means. » - "Tne!lii« Vanderbllt, chairman of this committee, la taking a loading part In the preparations, but Intends to co-operate with others who desire to help welcome the ex-Prestdenl URGES TRUST IN TAFT 'The London Times's" View of President's Position April 7 "The Times." in ;i:i Mdenl • il it hi ■ I that Mr Roosevelt himself, h;id h* re mained in power, \\"uid hav< dom than Ml ' "T.i preacH forn and stir up public impatience with COflTUption and sbUSCa." Bays "The Times," "i.-* a us.r'ul work, but it is easier than constructing a aysten for giving I- -I effect to the vague and confused arlshea of tha people For do ing this wot Preside nl Taft iiaa .juali ties not possessed by his predecessor, and if tlim and fail opportunity are Riven him then is nc reason to doubt thi't he will effect very beneficent re forms. But for ,< man who build* firmly upon the foundation of existing iiw lima is iiftewaßij. even ben he has a free hand, and President Taft'a hands are not free hy any means "Vi.- A: ■• i. .in public will probab r*.iliz<- that whatevei chance there naj I- i r reform Hes m trusting the Presi dent .■•■'! giving him pvwac t.> ..wrh.ar • m In hir» >>■• '.. and elsewhere." THE HOUSE FLY IN ACTION Free Moving Pictures to Edu cate Chicagoans. Chicago, April •; pYee i til>li«- moving pictur • xposlng the habtta ai tbe common house Bj were started hv kago Health Department to-day. '.!•• yw <-!i in I hea Ires in tl.- . it \ .- M I f!- d, • of his egg antil l.iiit. l ; i:d Sti im Hi Urn m Ihe paMlc against ■ i. ..Ill; «'..■ s;..n. ; M be I ••!l'\ • ■! the mov w ould reanlt in a Ihe death mte of Chi ■ ulation FASTEST CRAFT IN NAVY Torpedo Boat Flusser Exceeds Thirty- Knots. t. ic.ia. \|.rii t. a speed ' excess <>r •h.r»\ rlv ntlaa Ba hour for four COBOBSU •.n-i sraa tha louocd tn*"!* 1 ysstorda]) tv tht K>>. r l.v 111. t.-iij c.1.. boat Flusner of the Mvantl) i"i i .-■!•» BoMHa TbS rtaaal i-.irncl a t>.«Mr.l ..f naval sal . r- maktac a final inspection nn.l spe«-il last of iht Bts new dastroysn srbJca re- CSntt] m-H'l.-'.I It. -re Thr Ki»-ed is the Kr^«te«t .>\er BttStaad bj a naval vessel of the United fates DtWEVS PORT WINE AND OLIVE OH N \ -A-IM A ROOSEVELT VICTORY Methodists and Catholics Sup port His Views. SPEECH OF EX-PRESIDENT Rome Cradle of World Civil ization — Honesty and Com mon Sense Mentioned. Rome. Apri! ♦"> Before leavinc Rome to-night ex-President Roosevelt ha<! rea son la believe that he hail won a great victory, because both the attitude si the Vatican toward him and thi statemasl of tbe Methodists, which he had con demned, were repudiated by the leading a«lh^rent< of those two institutions. Ahh"t l.a« r> • Janssen?. one of ti;e moot leamsd Rentdictlnes. called on Mr. RiiUßeqtH. this eveninp. and. not finding him. left his raid, on which he wrote in French that he desired SO cngratiilate him for the ronstant support elven to hftj order and the «'atholic • 'hurch in Reneral in America during; Mr. Roose ««il*g "glorious care* r* 1 as President, which he hoped would soon be resumed. C'mtemporrineonsly Mr. Roosevelt re ceived letters from relatives of high prelates and cardinal?, condemning what they styled "the personal attitude of Cardinal Merry del Val. fbf which neither the Pope nor Hal •'ath-.r.. hur.-h v. as responsible " Mr. RoOOWelt received the fbOO«fng letter from Dr. \V;illm« • 'lark, bead of the Methodist orgaaasstaai in Italy: "The incident connected with the ar ticle written, by the Rev }'.. M Tipple for the Ameri'-an i r«->ss has caused me untold regret. I was not aware that the article ■wiis written op sent until Tues day afternoon, when it mas brought SB me by a oewspapet rorreapoadens, to gether, with the statement which \ oti gave OUt on Tuesday morning. If I had known Mr. Tipples Intention I certain- Iv should have used all mv influence to prevent it. Kef r.ie assure v.>u that the Methodists of Rome were not responsi ble for th»» article. Allow me once more t.. e.apreaa m> admiration for the IUUfS) pe..iis position yon have taken in the face Of the demands of the Vatican. The Methodists of Rome will not forget it." Address at Municipality Dinner. The Incidents connected wit the can cellation of Mr. Roosevelt's audience with the pope, and biter his repudiation «»f the Statement issued I y the Rev. Mr. Tipple, pastor of the American Methodist t'hurch at K>>i'i>. added interest to the dinner pi yen in Mr Roosevelt's honor to-r;i«M in the great hall of the «*apitolin? Palace hy the municipal authorities. OVSf which ifayor Nathan presided (Co reference. either directly or indirectly, was made to this subject Th.- gsjesta included Premier I,uzzafi. Ftgnof Fcrrero. I'nder Secretary of th-> Foreign Office; Signor Ferrari. «'.ra: 1 Master of the Fr -e Ma* i Order, and Ambassador Leishman. Hayof Nathan, In proposing th.- health of the ex-President, referred to him ns "nil,' whoa character and work had an effect upon the rivll progress of human i;\ ' After mentloeiliig Waahingto and Lincoln as respectively the founder and consolidate? of lbs Rspubllr. h.- char acterized Mr Roosevelt a.> •• "purifier." ■ayfcaj that tie had hunt, d ■etm bSMtI than ha had don.- «>ri his recent trip in Africa. • .M. n of his calibre." said the Mayor. • • a re beyond the limits of country. They trrli-Fg by -tit to civiliziition." 11' . los. d his spech b\ saving that Mr Roosevelt was 't^e nchtinj; philos opher." who was prearhtng ih>' word of purity, goodness and duty to tii.^ peopi , und he compared tha e\-pr«-sid«-nt is M in us Aurettv Ml ROQSOVaM, rep'>iri«. said that Tl" civilised man could coma la Bosaa with nut feelinK tluit he was visit in* th cmdta "f , ivili/.ation Aft'-r expressing i] |. sppreclation for the hospitality »\ | odsd '■• hhn here, tje Bpoks Of political life, which, he said, w.i" in<t so much .i Diattef ot gentua aa of tha psnctftenl ip pUcatSon "f the wrj ordtearj ajasUltlsa .•I courage, honesty and common sense. and the rarest of these, he added, was i oinmoti SI ns.'. Optimist Regarding Future. .■! th«- in, in \mi ■ .|. • - ■ ids into d»-t-. ls. ..,i,| thr II in< ..It it seMUaassl wMt raanari I Tx\ l, >■ !t.il> was it til- h- ad of i BBSi »• .f.0u.l pajr. In i" «f New \nrh. Ir'^T « if» .••>«« Ni.lMk'ti. n«r»iUK> run mr> ROADS EHQANGER AMERICAN TRADE Discnmmatinn »n Favor of For eign Makers Nullifies Tariff Law. U. S. ATTORNEY TO AC" SOON Rates Lower from Chemnitz to Chicago than from Boston to Providence — Germany's Special Privileges. With the Interstate Commerce Com mission powerless to give relief, manu facturers in the Kast. through «>ne of tl.»-ir number, have appealed t<> th>? United States AtsßffßSy*S Ofica hsSS t'» prevent the railroads from discriminat ing against them in. favor of foreign in ' tensts i:» freight rates to the West It i- declared that commodities from 1 abroad receive concessions that practi cally nullify the protection afforded t>v the tariff, making competition by th«» American manufacturer all but impos sible. Shippers from lieriiiany. it was said, enjoy special privileges, although inter ests In every foreign country, through arrangements with steamship compa nies, are able to obtain the low rates. It was declared that goods could b«i shipped from Chemnitz. Ortnany, to th* ChicjMpj z.»ne cheaper than from Bostua to Providence. . -[ lal sajasHßce of d..-«< rimina t:,.n M ama from Tanstail. Knz: ■ I threeMjJi' •-« a hun ; tnsa* 1 ity. • Liverpool. t;hi... r-» Kansas CM] ■»■ 4JP • ents a> hundred The Seneqambian in the Woodcile. Thes«» figures were mentioned as in- ) stances typical of the whole line of for eign goods competing with Eastern, manufacturer's for th*> Western market. • The steamships make the through rates, i and Ohm* are not filed wirh Iba Inter- ' state COBUOerre Commission. Unaauj th« Hepburn act the ■ oiiimaMSlir has fh« power to control the maximum rate, but i« p*>werless to nx the minimum chargjea It also ha» power to check rebating, but there is no violation of the law in hi* respect. 1 All information regarding V.'.r com plaint was refused at t ':e I'nlted Statr^ Attorneys ...flice. but it was learned that an investigation is now under way and that as soon as it. U concluded aeti-n will be taken. The government \s sail to have a. great deal of evidence ob 1 tain^d in th>- prosecution of thr steam ship and railroad lines under t'u E3 i kins law, in which ■ steamship agent ! recently was fined >uimi and a former ; manager of IBS Wabaah I """• A criminal prosecution would be im po«.«.iMe. it was learned. The proceed ings will t.ike the torn; of a - >vi! ac tion in the OBttsd States QVCUtI COUfi charging the railroads with unreason able dis. riinination against the Am*** shippers, and .tskin? rh. const to dir- I the common carriers r< make the c'.issi tied rate as low as that gtVCB H th» ■aMp • ompanU a Contracts May Be Smashed. There would be i genera! smashing of contra; with steamships as a result. Should the courts tirar.t the request, t was said by a railroad man yesterday. Oener.-" rates ;ls low as t ose ettjoyi I by ihi for* ii:n manufacturer. H sA* said, wotild le ruinous and the only remedy would bS the raising of all ra- i |B | emmon level. Litigation Stottld re sult, but it would mean that OsS Ameri .-an interests would ba SSI U SejUal foot ing with the fonfgß competitor. Manufacturers in every state on Ota Atlantic scab. ard having a port of en r.-y are Interested in the investigation. but IhoSS in thfil st.ite. New Jerse> . Pennsylvania and the. New England] states are. of course, especially con cerned. Complaints have also been re ceived from cities far inland, especially where lottery and chinaware are made. The tnrif? agreements have all been made, fixing the Mat rate for ill coun tries. The effect of the freight »ii» . riminafion has been to give the fore.--: manufacturer an advantage which, coup led with cheap labor, it was pointed out. has mad.- competition easy, '■ r wherewr the rate is lower, and B »» practically 50 . n all imports, the ba!« ance of cost has favored the alien in- Una*. How Germany Profits. The Americas retail usmnaat buy* millions of :- ■liars* worth oi fore:, 1 gomls. The American tuanufactu: . r must ...mpete with Eurot* in auto mobiles and automobile parts, cement. ironware, cotton goods, hues, china ware, finished fur». rwswsa pssdati manu-^ factured papers. >i'ks and sMsfßaaam • specially knitted SJOOda Cern-.any In February sold in this country more iithottr laNls and prints than all the world, despite .1 heavily increased tariff rate. Crrmany has the monopoly in toy*. Sot;;.- are manuf.i. tured in New V.r.n land SBSfl hi this city, but the low tNCgfttS and cheap lib.r k.iv*> IhS faSVtgß BBSBBB facturer the whip hand. It would If cheaper for a New Eng land concern to ship to Hamburg and thence to the West than from its own shipping point, a manufacturer »a:<l yestssusQ The same man told of .1 case that aroused a manufacturer 111 Sr.-nl . • . Mhio. This man made a chtna umbrella stand for which IhCffi STSSI a great de mand. Ati agent .■: a f.rel>c:i manti f.i.tnrer sent the drstgD abioa.! tt IBM copied, and shipped at a lower rate ta Cleveland than troui Steubenvlll* to th« bbjbm <it\ But it is in New- England where the f»^ lin« ncainst the discrfm in.itu.n in freight charges lit strongest. How Naw England Suffers. "There is hardl) an industry tn New England that has not l.»-eti aSsStSd the cheap through rite given Is competi tive Interests in Kuropv.'" ■ government .inent sai.l \e>t».di> "The a ioli»n. . -ton and the ne'» i.i. c makers h.i\.> to Bgbj desytxaterj tea tra :••. Fur a long