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10 "GET" ARCHBALD W. P. Boland Bitterly Attacks Commercc Court Judge in Testimony Before Senate. DECLARES JURIST CORRUPT Other Witnesses Give Details of Part Played by the Defcnd ant in the Marion Coal Company Case. ?? i w gton. Dec. 1 I' ?? ge Roberl W. Irchbald ? d with the ?? ? . - who banl on tha downfall < f ? and Invelgled hbn Into ? determlned effoii He ged thal Judge ArchbaM was cor and m league wltl l \ ? ahorl s or ellminate I ,, even p'- ? i . not ? ed He ln detai! ? the ng to togra i ? ? lhe The pari played bj Judge Archbald in ? Mai ?? ? '' "!"' nd. Tell of Manon Coal Case. j., ynoldi ? ? daj of ?-'? ra j.:,,,, n Invlted to a confei a aetl on the ground er foi 1 ? ? i note ..f Judge rchl ? ? ? ??? . ? hbald -? Bet otlvet Archbald pui i . . imlna rtfort to dia radll his teatimony. f be bad not said early In I ? ... | take no pari ba ltt? trial ol ln hbald, if the ? lt on refoaed to IO BP ? ... . me of ineae woa an oa "ii a mlllion and in Central nd he aM aaver ? ? nntll th< im" Mr. Boland fl ... .... arbe laauad an Injune he thought "tba aaraa Innui ,<??,,,. | Wltmei ai cani \i. iil.ahl ' ? Wh4 re ? An hbald . iked Mr. Worthtngton, oounaal for tha Judge. ? Mr Williain.- 1 OUld* tell me \\..a' golng io happen, and would tell me of behlnd iud?:.- Archbald," repfled Boland "1 '??? '? b< gi fl l . , dge ' ?" f,,,rn ? la aaaorlatf * ? ** '"?? r": the railioad-" ? ?rjj,! J. Williami lo ? ? Ai. hbald to wrlle a k-itet to W \ (Urttmue ^M^^Mnmr i dJHd> i ii CLIP THIS NOW 0L0 SONGS PRESENTATION CERTIFICATP Presented y.?? By This Paper H-*t E3I Th*1 ahove rertlfleate. when forwarded wlth the prlce of a yeara subrcrlptlon <?1.o0i to The Tribune F*armer and 1o eents additlonel to coTOt > oat of parhlaa/i cnachtngj; egpreasatre aa pretalaaa. < lerk hire. l-f.stase. etd i*l -3 in all), entitlee the serder to THE TRIBUNE FARMER FOR ONE YEAR THE GREAT SONG COLLECTION, 574 PAGES THE LADIES' WORLD FOR ONE YEAR The Great Song Colltotlen M a iarg?i beok of 574 pafa of mtiale. Fubatantlallv botind in clotb (aa that It erltl atay opan on the plano). and f1?*e \ou back a<aln th* aonga you oaed to Iotb and atrig?tha aonga that llra? Borge or i-hlidhood?Patrlotlam?Ollage ?OobtI* lai HfnilmMit-W?r and Peaea? Taa flea ?Plantatlon?Affactlona? Rallgtea ? Na t:oae ? Fala ?? Operatlc Salaetiaaa ? ar ranred for mlxed Telcea. The Ladies' World la fart.ed for Ita departmanta, whlrh 'all ??aaaa how to work; how to play; he-w ta ? ntartafn; how to mak? rnoney, how ta ba haalthy?how, why aad when to do all manner of thlnga. "Slmple l^aaona ta t>r?i>?maklng" glve tha ai.art. eaay, fcaat way to New trylee Ktdlted by a weman for tha wonian In tha home aod tha woman ln bnaineaa * The Tribune Farmer Glven wlth ONE PRESENTATION CERTIFICATE. and 01.139 roTerlnf a vear'a aubecrlptlen to THE TRIBUNE FARMER aon tha Boaua for Expanaaa. Wrlte pame and tnalllng addraee far eendlng hara. atraat Ke.Clty and Stata. Addretm TRIBUNE FARMER, c 164 Nassau Street, New Yor' C* THE DAY IN WASHINGTON I ? ? ? 111 The Trtbuna Bun VVaalungton, i atcambi i " Is It the Beginning? Prightehed Democrata and oomptaotnl Republicana watched the ticker with in tereai to-day bacauaa of tha BUggaatiotia thal tha breab ln atorka, whlch bocama awhal aerloua reaterday and derel ?ped further to-day, waa ihe begtnntng of a pertod of deprcaaion dua to the i?em ocraUc Uetermlnatlon to makc aweeptno reductlona ln the tariff. Perhapa tha Wall Btreel Bajuraa alona would nol bara been Buffldaal la occaalon ao much ln tereal were it nol that thouaanda of pro teota Bgainal further tariff tlnkering at thla tlm< ! are baan i omlng lo Bepra tlve IJnderwood and otber Domo tratic iea.!er.? from all aectlona of th< eauntry. The proaperity haa waathared ? "i aldentlal campalgn, it la pointed "<"? to ? Kpecl ii to staml another pro t'.i pertod of tariff tlnker|ng wtthout "ii is unreaaon able Th< I >? mocratlc leadera Inalat that v ii nol ba deterred by any al imp ;h. i manifeata i tlon of eommercial euffertng. Th? w. re ele< ted on a nlatform pledglng the tariff, and revlae tl ? . | will, come what maj ... , . lora ai. lylng loa and .. that luai ? ? aaitudlnoua . ...... i,, :.. . -.;.., ted -I the Demo - and thal if the country mffers a ?" riry and a protracted pertod of anion the votera botb i -l" i ?ta for Woodrow w il led >>> th. alren ,' the Bun Mooai. will I Bve no one h. IdenUlly. ? ... ^jch a perlod of hard tlmes I rompletel i x- ill ? !';;s of mtion an.! Inaure an ..-,, | rtctory ta ,, the prlcea ol farm producti follow .,??.i.. 0f Btocka, th- rery gro' ni ; ,.. , ? from undei the Bul Mooaa movement accordlng to the polltlcai id the 1 pari wouW M ; rar toodead to raqu ????;?;;?' fore Ihe next nal onai ? 01 People Sick of Politica. .. rick of pol raci tha! tl Blon N'en bef ?? of thi Hoi ? , there 1 i dearth ol i aractei U ? the Ken t . shlp me'nl I latea. and Ln commui l ? ? ebaracl ? - ? e- ?', ... ntereal and ? ' '! ?" muCh | ;; Of polttll I a Of t< 01001 - ? orked up ad and ." the ,. , . iwevar. the . nol eearn I ? i ii;.- leglalatlve mlll | '"?'? *nd ,r. frank lo aa , i,i,t ..n the ? l that th< would v.. ! ? i . Iegls< ..II e r.iH. ' lllf-l > . Compromise on Nommations Probable. Ino ' " '" ? .... Men ol : up al! of lenl Tafi - .... -. Deme oi broadei rtew'a and greater . spei an ?? T ie propoi I u.osi In ; . from J !:? :. blican Btatea ;.. I ? i onfii m< : uith ? ' d up all j . Md to I'li offli ?- tatei whh h n ill i?. repreai nt< d lh< Bi nat< | | xiaj N1< Wllllama t.n the Kal dld d imp ' BBk< d SBJi \v< i Ihington Ves. i dld." bbM Mi Boland I want eri to < heck p J bald DM rau afterward aoggeai to WilUan - that he r. t ludge Archbald 10 l" lo N- ' v..i it io -e.- the Ki Ie ofti. lali '" "i think i dld,' BOland admltp i He alao Buggealed to Charlei r. i o ? i the i-a kawanna I A'yomlng V'alley . ie. i t i? llne, thal he purchaae tha culm [dump from BTBIlama, he aaid. and he Deaaocratg b(\<t ifareli t II la not Itkel) bowever, tha; any hard and fa*t rule Will be ebaarreA it geeaai naoce arekaMa that there will bo prctty gen^ial tiadlng he tweea Deaaocratg and RaW/ebUenna, and ! thal Benatora who are lalrly popular. will I be ;thle to aecara confirmation of the ooaitaattoaa in whiek they are aartlcn? larly Intereated, "hile thoae WhO have no one beblad thaan exoept the piteldenl aill I be betd up. ot wtll aaarely faii to he acted 'upon. Of eouree, tbla doea not apetj '" norolnationa raaultlng from promottoaa ln thr miiitarv ganrtce, and whlek gra 'n aU Intenta and porpoaaa merely rauttae mat tera Woodrow Wilaon. Sphinx. That Woodrow Wlleon aroold return to ' thla eouotrjr and Kive some mdlration of hts polley wlth rf?ard to federal patron ?ige |g the earaeat deetre ot many Denio erata who are aager t" nndertake tbe pleaatng paetime of daallag oat the polit cal phinis Thus far. aithoupn many have wrlttea to tha aqcceeefel Denaoeratte egn jdidat. beggtag for-light. bd has DOt voucbaafed th#- altghteet latonaatlon, >nd j no one knows to Wkal axteat he *iU i" ognlaa tlie clahna of membara of tha two 1 rlooaea ..f congreea to aletate appomt mcnta, aren in thelr rtepectlea atateg Thla altuatlon haa reauited n a practtca j hitherto nnknown in (Jongreaa, Mtata oel egatlona are m^ting and dtacoaelng na tronage te whlch they npard them?elve? '. a% entltled and are expreaatog thelr Tlewa i ln the forn of reaolutlona, aii <>r whlsh begin with the preambte, "on coadltlon 'that Prealdeni IVileon coneeata," or '-i* gumlng that Preatdent Wlleoa followg tha I uaual cuatota, ' ate. An Ebullient Governor-Elact. ' Any one who hi.s r.mdly boped that tne I reeponaibllltiea ? ?: tha otnee of Ooveraor ' of tbe bknpl ?? ^tait- wovM trnd to aadden j and to m ?r the ebullient ladtrldoai iwhom Mr Ifurphy nomlaated and tne Ipeople elected Governor of New v?rk, is i iinom. i to dleappotatrneaL That la ahown b) the >?!;".?ni glven to ihe preea inta ' ^\-eninK l.y Mr. Sulz?i in coinie. tion *Uh ihe aanouncement that he had been ln t. gpeah at the baaauel glven ln ' honor of Oeorge vP. F/alrehlld thla aven . ing. Th< imnM .*> v.a? in bonor i f Mr, . a -a. i whieb Mi Bulaer ap parent:-- overlooked, f"i h. f ,. | pietelj lo ;: antlon the gueot ol benor and rontented hlmi aboul BUT' Bulat r, ai follot i The w::eM Ol ?? Btg ??? Mired .< man waa th h beyead I r . i > oaat, to fortune u':d I ' ? " " '"" I .ln ... | V'i uf ?ll mr ? ida, and I ki i ??- ' i bare te ?? frlendahlp la guna . ,n gtorm, Acoordlng thaa, te the . ,n. ol th.i phlloeophi r, I em, ln rich if i... . \u. U] r* ? In aollai ? omethlng ...i ann I buj U ae, ' aln< ere f" wtih \m...ii> i have been aaaorlatad o i Ifa m iPaehlnatoa. To m) frteai , lo tbbea arha ? > knoe in.. m\ llfe la a gtmple one ? ,. , | . - i,. tnd an ..|.'n book 1 bollevi . ... i,-t .,: a,; <?-? ceeg la hard *,):^ loyalt) to frleada and ndeiity to priip I ,.? i.f.- i.- bagptweea ? d .,, ,,,. tpai ?.,.. . mi ??? to be bepa ? , ,? bappj i" " t,v ? ? o ba uaaalBah to i ?? llberal ln i I , ea. and ihoaa aal , B, arronga to bi nwadJIailj I k.nd. ia ^ i ??? i I,% boaaa*, to b araal to bi glvhag, te be i harl? . a..u to love oi, nelghbai a? . "?? aei: ? ?i, ;? oi . itiraa unnet '?"'??';) fi ,,, H ,??? ? .. genra ? ??' aea . ! . , llfe to the H ,,i |;. . - i em leaelng Waan bagton wttl naaa aeraaaal ragn U The endurlni Mendal Ipa i ba?e tn?<i' aefe i .. wiii ah ae through iir<-. * ,,,. ,,. aalf wlth the bope that a n.ia v. 111 \iait me during Bgy l.lotirn a? Albaaj G. U n hhert auggeated te M lllaaaj thal he go io Conn aa a poeetble p \n haaar. H< i Ul]n ??? t be inrgad WUUaana to get ? u-it.-i t.oni Jndg- aVfchhaM argawg Oana to n.ak'- the purehaeg i grantad to aataaa ap ?' n*' Ar' ' ? ; , .. ..ii gnd Flepreaentative Heni D ? laj iou i bali ? man ol lb< rlooee managera annoonced to-day thal be expex ted t.> on< lude th" preaentatlon or ertdenoe for tbe preea tior. b) tha end ?.f thla week Meaaaera of ihe genate aapreeaed ihe bellef that the preeentatlon ol arktanci wouM not ba conciuded uatll earty in Jaauarj WILSON'S MAIL ENORMOUS Secretary Says 40,000 Letters Were Received Since July. i ii, Tetegrgph la The Trlbaae | Trentoa, N. J.< Dec 10 - Forty thou^and letfra to flve montha reprewnta the totai of Governor Wllaon s mall since he oattM Into promlneiirr aa tho DauaaciatJe f.indi oaio for Prealdeni laat July. Thrsa were the agnrea glven oui ta day *>% .io?eph p. Tumulty, Oovernoi uiicon'a aacretarj oa wl'oiu devolvad the taak of reading end anaweting moal of tbeni, ;.s oaty the nioie inaportani communloetleaa wera tmned ovhi lo the OOVOraOr. The letleis ...rne fioin all part.* of th* OOOntry, and ba luded a number from Craaka threutenlng Governor Wllaon nn U-tih he dld . arhata thinga after hia In augurataoa aa Praaldent sin. a aleetlon nine-tfnti.a of th.- Prgeldent?eleet'g mati haa eeeae from attaceeeekera, eaeh .. potntlni out hia peenllar quallfl, atlona for Kunf plaee at th?- Preajaleert^leet'a dia posal, froej 1'iil.inei do^n to postmaster at aoaaa creearoealg town. There were also a numher ef lettera from men nrginij frlenris for apolntmenta. BANKERS TO AID H0SPITAL8 Sunday Association Appoints Com mittee to Raige Fnnds. Uilham G. Wlllrox and Alfr^d K Mar ling avere gkrOtOd truatees at a r?-rent nieefina; of the llmplfal Rfndav AeaWOaV tlon The followInK 'omtnittee wa^ an nooneed .i? bevlng tonmitad to se.'urr auharrlptionn for thv Hankera and BroK \iiviiiai\ Jamea gaayer, ebalnnan; Allxri H IVaggln. presldent af the Chggg Natiftial |iRnl%. ti<aiiirer; Alkn R iori.es, if tierrla, Inareea * Oo.; waiter F Fr?'W. presldent of the Corn Kxrharge Baak; a. k (katdhart, of p. j. Qooiharl Ar Co.; J. liora.e Haidlng, of Charl.NJ D Parney dj cn , Aleanaaer i. Heeaahal. prealdeni or ihe Oaaraaty Tiaat com f.any; Qatfa W. M.Gariah. presidtnt nf the htechaalca' aad Metaia Natlonal Bank; Oeorge <?? Paat, k . ef Post <. PTdagg: Wllllam Salomon, of Wiiliam Saln mon A- Qe>; Fred?rl(k Strauaa, of J. A W Sellgman A CaX, and Kranels M. W..ld, of Whlte. Weld & Co The following lommitfee for the L*w yer?" Auxillary wa.i alao annonnred: Will laat i:. HoraMower, Aaraan I. Kiku*. wiii lam i*. Guthrle, Vlctor Moraweta. fjeeroaj ?V, vin s\<k and Praada Lyade Btet> aan. OF ( ontinued from Hr?t pugr. ar fl promisrd to burn barns. shoot peo )>!? on slght and vl'date the law ln rartoua other nraya, rt is thought that tho tt.ree men arreatert really drove the woman aamy liom hei hOBM 08 tho] OOOld BBO her rnnil hox. Davannort whoaa aiias is "Snaha," has a rerord, according to the govern? ment detertives, who say that seven yaara ago he and Wiiiiaiii Vandarbuah held up a woman and robhed her BBBf Dover. Vandarbuah la now servinn a prlaon term and ' Snake" got off with a light aantcnca, Light yaara ago JaOOb Dunn. who is (alled "Nlg," and a relative ..f Davannort ?'?s arrested for founter Ifeiting, but they heat the 0808 and ! were acquitted Warren. or "Pete." Dunn is also auppOOOd to have a orim Inal racord He is >ounger than "Nlg," whom the ofneers. sav was not only Jthe movlng impulse behlnd the letter to Covernor WHfoii hut the a<tual 1 wrlter. The postofTh e inspectots last night j said that threatening letters t?. other j people were written in the same hand I writfng. <>no of these was sent last i summer to Thomas P. King, an artist. i who had offen sketched in the moun I talns. When he reeeived the letter he | handed ii over to the authorities. It damandad that ?<;.V"> he placad undaf an ahandoned freight shed. Another letter was written to H. J. Ml-tol. a furnlture dealer of Dover. but he died before it rea< hcd him. His fam ily gave it to the postofflee authorities. | Hoth these letters were slgned "BlBCb i liand " The three men were. arraigned iB.st I night in Nownrh befOfO 1'nite.l Statea ' commissloner Rirhard Stookton, and Icocnmltted tO Kssex County Jail In de fault earh of 82.000 BBlL The exumina tion will be hekl Monday. PRESSING N. Y. PIER BILL Sulzer Plans To Have House Act Promptly on Measure. [Fteoa The Trtaana Bureaa] Washlngton, Dac 18.? Representative BUlBtr'a hill authorizing the extension of New Yorks pier llne into the Hudaon, in order that glQOtBf Hners, now belng eon strueted. may be aerommodated at that port, ws.s to-day referred b\ the Houai rommittee on Interatato and l-'or'imn Commarca to tha BTar Dapartmant. loa war Dapartmant, ln turn. rafarrof the blll to the BTaW York llaibor l.lne Board, of whieh Cotonai Rosell is chairman. and Ihe House rommittee will BWBlt the teply Of tba dopaitatant before taklng up tbe propOaOd legislatlon. It is Improbable that tha Sulzer bill will recalva the ettenttoa either of tba caan mtttaa or the House prlor to Mr. Sulzer s reaignatloa from Cuugieao and his in BuguratJan a* Oavornor of New York. Mr. Sulzer, howe\er. Intends.to leave the measure in good hand*. an<l to-day asked Bapraaantattve Btaaa, actaag chatrnaui of the House commlttee, to name a BBB CBBJ. mittee to hoid hearlngs on tha Bjenauia. In the abaence of Chalrman Adamson, ! who Is now In Oeorgia. Mr. Sim> is re | luctant to appoint a sub-commlttee to I.ik? up the New York flght. but probably will assume that reaponslbllity in the BVOBt of tba eontinued absence of Mr. Adamson. ff lt becomes apparent hat the pW hlli (annot reeeive the attentlon of the Houaa prior to Mr. Sulzer's reelgnatlon the Oov? ernor-elert will OOBgult niember* of tha New York delegatlon and naU one ?f them to aaouma <hargc of it WILL PRODUCE FOR VARIETlES The prodtictloti of vau.l'-ville Heta r.r performanee in the hous.s direet.,1 ,.v the I'nited Booklng OfaoOl will be ma<1.. a Byatamattc antarprlaa aith the forma tioti of a separate department for that purpoae, Phii ? hTaah baa baan pi?ee<i in oharge of the work. The n>pani,.>sit will aim at tha i>:> paratlon in gt I all 80rts ot \audevllb: n'linU'* lt Ii ptanned to have spedaiists la Bharga ..r dlvlsions of the work re.piirinc d lutonrladge of dancing. ooatundng -tni Other phases of productlon. 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