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OF 1 SUE? ?LOBBY Investigating Committee Hears ThatAdvocatesandOpponents of Tax Are Busy. .SENATORS GIVE OUT NAMES Democrats Rely on Activities of Planters and Refiners to Sustain President Wil? son's Assertions. Trntn Th? Tribun,* r*ure.,?i * Washlnston, Juno -I.?Turning Its Runs on the alle';, d sunar lobby, the BenatS Investigating committee began In earnest to-day tf> trv to discover whether or not President Wilson's charges that mi "in? sidious lobby" Is at work were to be sub ?stantiati-i by th?- activities of sugar tariff advocates. ^Senator Ransdell, who has work??! ar? dent, y s Itta the prot? growsi his l?tate, iras subjeeted ?to a -?riiUns c?ese, svsmlnstlon bj Bsnator Baed, ? ? .??ou?i-o to bring oui ?vMenoetl and tssel sugar Interest? were ?rah larg? fund and acting In concert t? , des lu th.- way of tii<- tariff hill. Th? activity of representative? ol ? tic sagai**lnibastry was closely m rotlnlaed, The committee also mad?- public a list >?t ?ritmases win. have been summoned to sppnaT befoea It on Baturday, most of theni sted In th.- sugar schedule The "free sugar lobby" ?air.;* In for some attention from Senator Ransdell. who submitted samples of literature that had i ? circulated. "Hundreds of thou -,i- appeals of this kind," said the I up a yellow printed ?slip ?tabottlag consumers to vots for trt Kar, "wars circulated about th?? Capitol In 1909. it wow la that year thai ?pr?chai? * C. Lowrj to ? and beat B circm a?id stir up somet? senator RanadSH denied that the Louisl? ana Cane Qrowers* Asso? lation had - a largo amountyof raonej end was working :n ?conjunction with th? beet i gar in? terest.-, "l la werii to ?gather," h? said, "but Is . to say that they did. not take my ?advice." Both'Side? Active. The testimony ?of Banal u Rai ? 1 that !?? ? f of the i those in favor of a tariff latins nt? <i matter to Infl :.;.?n. ? tween this nut' ting t.? influence - ? . "an I ?th? tion, who opens an . . . ? ? - i ? ?mi literature to convince the ; he is the rieht hind ol mi "I mus? ?aid 8ena1 ? ad smile, "ti si i ?can't se-? In the ? Sans : Henry T Ox ?k ? a Bal Wt and A. D r ' ' ' .i D Hill. Jules I . I anp; Ida! >n up -? ?sugar plant?) rni" In carryii idquar ? ? ? ?Jormas Il ! to-.lav . ? | : : - mi ? a fea moments. Three or hundred i tariff wi-h him, h?- ? Isl Senator Root Farmer, Too. - ? ? ::ad a farm of tlonal Lead Cornp??ny, .: Itiea Com pan?, .. - bar? s In the Te: P? I : moil .... |., tu- - . i tariff, he ?said, snd did n >i knot ? ??? ? ? i bu inK ??il- He ht I .-a i th? tariff M ? no 'i sriff visitor- ?sd on him, Mi. Root salii, Included Fred ,i i li of Lockpori v ?sat of the fei. ??ral Milling Coi H 1 ?. Mead, ol Mew fork R? berl Walker, . i Nee 1 . r.. Haiv.-p'ip ? ? orn, s lemon Import? New fork, snd i Tuynmaa, of New i'ork "Non? of these men are HUi^je? t to be .-tien. ? t ? sdded -? lator Plttms ol Nevada, testified that ths wool .- I wer? ? campaign to create the Impression thai the Deasocrats of hi -' it? n to free woo!. I ki:??w. h? said, 'that 1s not true," To this the alleged lobb) ln| ? ?n i'io.'?-.vi!i ,.-.., tion - ? fiel an ?admitted thai ent effort was being mad? lent? of Alaska to Indues ?Um fedsral ?o?, ?-minent t., i--.?- is bond? tot b illdlng i the terril B il In ?th? i ? a?-.- th? r<?i, ? true," he add ' e- aald ?Senator Nelson, 1 havi been In Alaska myself, ye ? know." Stephensor Tells of Wealth. Btephenson, on? of th? few mllll'.naires remaining la th? .-'?-nate, cgussd much smusemenl ? ? som? ssbaaement when he lee*tlfled coneerning ? stent of ni;- holdings if? began by -.lying thai he owned a majority lateresl ?i a lumbei company of whicn h? president, which produced U0,?>-..?.., fest of lumbei a year, and ?thai b? was Inter? . in fai ming *?? ? boom pel ??' mills. ?it- cross??semination !??? admitted, ally, that h?- own,.) a railroad 1*?" im!> a laiiiis. bank stock and some minea One of ths iatt?-r. which hs ilsoovered himself in '?*-<-' Is sn Iron niiM ?hat produced la n.yalu??* last year $11., la. There ai ?? s lb? tra? I n which the m\ne i* situated, much Of It >re laiid. H? also sddafl, casually, thai he owned S CO] ?and that his in? terest In ?paper an-! i-ulp mliis ?II :h.n?s* ?ike poq,ooo. The lumber companies jl win. li h? has a majority inter?I o-.vn shout 100,400 ???crea ol tlmbei land, tw.. thiniK of which '-ut. The Senator said thfit he had gone into the lumber buslaess, m whl? h he atnassed inc greatef part of hie fortune? as a ? ?>?>k ji ? lumber .amp wbso i?-,- ssss ?leves reai s old seveaty?thMS years ago .3 is the great?el ?country in the world," Mi Btephea?son sdded turning to the Dsmocratle member? at t?>e c??m ?mltttie. "I hop? yoa folks won't spoil tt" fceastor KoUnson, of Arkansas, told the committee of a letter he had received t-om K. K Milliken. of Ha>ou Meto, who had threatened to vote analn.-t him it the H, aatOf Voted far removing ttie duty Oa m ?? He told of a talk with K. D Bowen, "f Texas, representing the farm? ers' ?union, **'hich was fighting the reduc? tion of rice, and cotton duties. Th?- Sena lor said he knew of no corrupt lobby. Senator I?ane. of OregOB, named S W McClur* aacratar? <,f th?*- Nation... Wool Orowera' Aaaoctatlot* aa "eerj much abolit woo!/' The Senat?.i MM not eonal ?er mm ?ho ? ailed on him "lobbybita." He thought they were "looking after their own Interest*" He ?knee ??' n<> lobby, but believed mono) hg i.M.i t?> try to convince people that bad erl<ecta would follow 11??- tariff bill. Thinks "Lobbyist" Has Disappeared. "When i caste inie tweaty y*?ara ago ? - ? ? aaionall) aaa a man who wan regarded a.? a lobbylat," ?mid ieaator New-lands, of Nevada, "bul that type of man seems? to have dlgappeaied." A list f.f mor?- than IJOO additional namep was put in to-day L\ Senator Penroee, c.?vprlriK some of th?- persona who "flatted him while th?* Payne-AKliicn bill was hcltifr framed, and nl! til!" callers ? | the redprodtjf and Dem>o?ratlc wool hill Bghta in th<* Benate Suhp?nas for .? large number of ?aril* neaaea were leaued to-day It la generally inderetood that aome ??f the namee ?ear? furnished i?y President y^ llaon an?i that othera are those whl h developed it the teat In genatora The aea artt> - h'.o t?? t?.- heard next week Bom? ? en nt-.,,m Benatora have teatlfled ap In ? i legitimate ?parity The commltti ? aaaa to-night fat < itlv? William B. ?Bennet, of Nea I eh Otto Carmlchael, ??t New rork formerl) .. Waehlngton ? orreepondenl : th? it? "? Path? Q 11 Malone, >,f Denver, who la now In Wash Q Harold Powell, Fran,-is R. liamiiion. Htarrlaon Oaborne, I?. B A Irvinp. Willi;?m 0 Marvin gad Will? lam F, Pitxgi i ild. Thla : i a Bat ol ! t.. th>- comlttee apart from !>:?? ight oui m teetlmony ?given . man < iv.rnvui did not i. ? ? : the aource oi the list SENATORS DARE RIOTS TO VISIT COAL FIELDS Determined to Investigate Con? ditions in West Virgina De? spite Warnings. Waehlngton June i ?Dlaregarding lntl-i me that their appearan? a n West Virginia might result In further outbr aha oi \ ?'ii? n.-?-. membera of the Benate bub? committee appointed to Inveatigate tha Weal Virginia coal strike aompleted to day plans f'?r th<-ir tr:* to ChaHeOt I The conimitt.-e trill begin the examination of about un,- htin?ire?i witn? preaent in? the eaae of th? minen, next Tueadaj tu Chai aeton. 1 Ire >.f trie dlaturb ;-.*.'??- which for ovei a rear have kept the i i * ? Creek and i ibii ?? ek coal flelda in i, atate of ? Ivii war The committee heard unn t1 ?? - tatemenl I rai C c Watt*. / t vim ?i?? i at ra that a renewal ??f a tua! ; tllltlea might ?be brought on bj tl jl* tin I the ? un mit t? ?? In *B*< l Vln Mr. Watts intimated that the red alleged plot againat the life of ? ? ebarged I ip of arm? , ?Lamont H<? .?.-*\. mlghi t. traced t.. the agitation attending ; hi effoi ti f th? a mlttee up t?> dat Chairman Bwa evolved a plan . to plac? ea< ii phase "f t be Ii quIi > ? i::. nix ? - I , ' ommltt? ? ?B? natoi ?Borah will dirt ?st tha In , ill ? thorlaed In lha nrst section resolution, vs i.i-1, chargea the com - mlttee t" determine whether oi not en m of peonage has \,<< n ??i la ? i in the and *-*? ctl? which relate*? to the charge that ? iti ..i the Cnlted Btatea have been at nd * nnvlcted In i iolatlon ol ? onatltutlon or laws of tha L'nited Htatea " Benator Martine will hav? charge of tha . i. sting t,. interference wltl tl postal laws and violations ,,t the Immi? gration lawa da haa .-? - tlon ? hi. h ?./ -s s report on to ?*?.<* extent condiUona existing 1" 'he eoal fields hav? ..?r.-. in? nts an?) ? omblna tlon? entered Into contrar) t?? the lean of the United States t? t the purpose of controlling the production sale and oi tation .-f ? oal Benatoi Kepyon will Inquir? Into the i shipment of firearms, ammuniti? n .,' d ? ? ' plosives into the c,al fields, 'wit! the purpow to exclude the ?products of thes? ooal !.. ?is iniiii competitive marketa In Interstate U ade. WORK ON BUDGET SYSTEM Democratic Caucus Committee Studying Its Details. , Prom 'i ;.o Trtbaaa Bui ? Washington, June ? The Bherlej ijdl for tin- eetabllehment <>f a t.. ? ? i ^ *- ? ayeteia of appropriations received Impetua to l ?emocratlc oauc u cam. ?mitte? ?' Inveatigate the budgel ? plan held a three-boui i onf? i ? ni e arid ? ded to continue It? deliberations to ? talla "f ti.?- s?, :- '.(-in have kl -1 out, but tiie gi ? ? ? Idea 1 ?.r a ijiaiii.-t ?s said to be favor? i by a majority <?f the memheis . Th?- Bhertegf bill eonteraplatea the ?tlon o? a budget eommltte* which shall (determine In advance the aggregate Iamount of ti?e annual approprlatioa bllli limiting each oi th?- appropriating cam? mltteea to .. apeeiBc amount, which must ri"t i.e ? aoeaded, it is proponed thai at the ?beginnlag of each aaeafon the plan ol the budget committee ahall be submitted to a i? mocratic aaucua ami there ap? proved Extravagant appropriation* It is held, will tin?? he eheeaed at the outset ? laveatlgatlag committee haa y?-t to diepoae of the delicate question of ?th? Benate'a right t,, a n..-:?-1 appropriation ? bin? it is probable thai a achema edil ? i a hereby the oe operation ai the Benate ?rill be asked t>> concurrent j resolution in limiting the annuul expend?? | tures t" a Certain Bgare and In kee|iini: within the estimated revenue* MAJORITY WILL EXHIBIT Twenty-four Nations Accept Exposition Invitation Waahlngtop? June L ?*Tveaty?foui ?gov? I em men ta iims far have eeeepted the ln ' vitation to ?partletpate la tha Paaaaaa? 1 l'a? ilir Kxposition, while Ifteoa other I countries have failed ao far to nu?u re? ? apone? ?*?? ! Those accepting, y was eaaoaaced to? day, are Ar?entlna. Kollvla. Uraz.l. ''an ad* Chili, < bina, Coeta Rie* Cube Dea? mark, the Dwnlalean Republic Ucuader. ?Franc?, Ouatmnal* Haiti. Hondura* Japan, Mexico, ttie ?Motherland* Ni,*a lagi'.a. ?Panama re* ? ?Portugal, Balvadoi an?) Uruguaj i-K> i>t. Luxemburg Monaco, Bei le Si..m anil Turk'-v have declined the 1'ivi tatiuns Ruaaeala has n-ke,i fer a yam m whtefc t,, conaader it Cleiamaj I awaiting developmcnta regarding the tariff bill, and i'r?at lini.iln is holding off to learn the exhibition apace avail able. ?PARTY SPLIT ON FILIPINO BILL i Democratic Leader May Press Independence Measure at Present Session, and Wilson Will Have to Show His Hand. [>ifp|i. Tut Tribun? I? ir?au] Washington June t Repr?sentativ? Jonen chairman of the Rouse Commltto? on Insular affaire announced today that -?"il'l Issus .1 .'.ill for a .meeting of t .?i committee ?arly aesl ?reek to eon? - ?? th? Jones Philippin? Independencs bill, which ?failed sf a? lion si ths la.-t ? >n of ? ongrem Mi Jone? may also ask ths Democrat!? caucus to penult ' consideration of the bill at this SSSSlOn, ?If the commltt'-e Is trilling to Disks ? lauvt .1??!?- i ?POI t The revival of ths Filipino Indepes ? i>sii.- win cause <jrreat controversy In lbs House and ths Prssldsnt himself will eventually have t?, m.ik? in p?osltion clear m th? - ihjeet Mr Jon? s recently talked win, Presldeni Wilson regarding bis bill, and h? gained the Impressloi ; thai be would bav? lb? ippori of ?the I Chief Kxc? ulive , At i?ast on? member ol the P ? abln? ? ' ?????? I ?itrongl* oppoaed ?to independencs fot ths Filipinos at this i m? i -u li.- ?th? ?Od ' '?engre? - Repre ... d, now Beer? ?tai ? of Com? merce, delivered ? apeech In which he I vigorouslj asserted that ins risil t?? th islands had , otivlnc. d him tl.it tin* little ?brown men" ate not qualified Si this lime to t.-1.<.- up th? ?? ' ? ?-'?'? i 'inn tit resentatlv? Jone? Is Insistent that I,. ,;,| ?.. prompt ??? ti"" "?? '??s in" dependenc? Mil He said to-?ia>. ?The independencs of Um i1Upl?noe would elltnltiate the chan? ? el war with Japan With the Philippines neutral ter? ritory. Japan would be less liable to rubh Into eonfllc. As long as the Wands ar?* I,-Id b] ths- Cnited States they will be ? handicap, ?ml With IhlS handicap removed .I.i[.in would be les- apt to think of war." Repr?sentative Kahn, of California. takes ??n entirely different ?i?--v "It would he a crime for the United BtatSS to ?ur rendar the islands," he said. "The Fili? pino-' who assisted us In the war with the revolutionists mlKht meet a terrible fats It was not long ago that they w?-re burying men alive In the Islands." The Jones bill, which r-inalned on the llo-is.? .alendar for many month? during ti??- pasi ssselen, fslltng of setlen beeaues of the congestion of appropriation bills, des full Independence f?.r me Fiii at the expiration of e.cbt years snd Qualified Indsjsnidsncs In tin- interim. The Democratic party stands conunltted to th? iiltlmai.- freedom Of the Islands, i i there I? conslderabl? diversity si on among Hones Demoerets ss o i ednesa of th? FlUptno for s lf governm? -t Representatlv? Sheriey, of Kentucky, Is one ol lbs Democratic ?- who ?.*- strong! ? opposed to inde? pendence ?and the Repubtii an< .?re slinssl solidly again t II INCOME (AX WS HAS IM DEFECT Provision Fixing the Date from Which to Compute Declared Unconstitutional. ANTEDATES AMENDMENT _ - Bill Will Be Changed Before Senate Acts on It?Life Insurance Companies Still Protesting ?SI.. un? ?l?Bel :> mot .1 i m iff bill the In | com? ta >? -??? tion "... ? a I t ' I to-daj .would : stltutlonal u'i.< n the ol the in? ' orne ?tas i ???'-.. ? Janusi y i as ? . * mputs in taxal Iced th? fad 1 Ih? lltutlona si m? i I suthorlslns sn In? orne tai ? not pi ? . . ?. ... presented favoi of m si ng the tasa th?- Rial year from i il ... ? on? si n?d. it would he I? m. on.? ? ? : ti i Ben itor Willlams'i * ? ?till ':?'-??'. I i m 'isla of mutual lift i?ante . ? ? ? . nder pro visions ? on milice ItIII nu-lit wh?< b would give a I i ex ?ion if th? ?? ble to | ?thai tbey an . id thai all ol red bj ? ? ? pol i bin.ir.i-s. m.m of Bl?rmlngham, ?la., Mi i n I?.??,.? I ? : Ml .1 I ' - * . ?'!-.!? " V..II -? ? ' . I look tile ' thai thee? com? snlcs ? I ?P. I t! e | I ... I 1 I ;i I e t .v.?! ,r ? an fi\ I - ? -? :.l " To this Mi Bteiner res| federsl i Oui i hold i, ind ?ration i i t, thai i.i?-.i . i iting "n ?th? mutua] ' i?iau ;n e nul ?i?-. Idends, snd es n b? impan) In mn turn. Th? ? ' bill clearl] directs thsi > - dandi shall noi b< ded ?- '?--, snd ther? foi ? thai ?!i< ? - ball ?ntei Into th? i l i come ?>f ? compon) t"i pui tj?, ? ? Moreover, t>v Implication U dar this bill even maturing endowment ;,n?l ? ? ?? .m,.?un? Im In any Indi irldui M would i?e taxed, snd II plus th? .til-1 Incom? ol th? re? Ip ? m ?amooni ?to U.**t, II win siso b? ?tax? I Tlii?. phSM Of th? f .v *???" lid i ? t fall ? ?? i i oin|.a:i y't i.- t In? on., . bill M OUld ?? ?iti. ? t an i 11??-.? burden on in.it-, i to arhom th? Is a re made. j A membei ol the Ways and Means ("oui mitte? ?vi." assl ted In the preparation of ? it,,- Incom? lax se tion i pll ?l to-i , to th? i omplalnl of l tary ?.f ths Nee Y-.rk Tax Reform Association that the I -.?.', il.- i?. a li. i. ..n real ? ti sold bj pei on? noi having paid I auch tax ? Tii-i ?? rs man? err?neo ? of 'h- Income ta>. snd thl to i>? ! jusl anothei one," ?<.ii?i I he i ?? live The atat? m< ol attributed i i Mr Pleydell aeema, n r -1 t.? assume thai per? aoni ?in seek t?. svoid th? las an-i again, thai i colle tor ?would take th* roundabout ?wi ? ol attempting to attach ie?l estate prevlouslj ?>l?l rather ?han at? ta? n otbei i i--;-- ''i or Im om?t*i : < Id b) th?- taxpayei n li saf? to issume thai I an] ?m?- making H.900 ui mor? .- .-? ?vr win erl ? i-ii\ ,-i. ??? aaibl? foi the I Internal re? enue - ?He? t? r, snd ti ? ?state Hen l ils li fai fetched snd h ?l?? sant ?? RECEPTION PLEASED CUBA Insular Foreign Secretary Wires Thanks of People. Prora T- ?? Tu'.aw Bur?.... , | w as! Ingtea June I Th? thanks ? i ? ' ibs i--: ?th? < ordlal n ? ptl? n .--. en us t ?i?ii. -. statin ? .it th? d? die ition of ?in- i .Main?- Memorial Monumenl In Mea fork city ars conv? ?i m .? dl ? ,\.-?i i i ti-- ?-? ?rets si.it.- fron gen? Toi??. ? tai ol th? li ?? ol .?iibu. Th? m?saag? i- .?- fol Iowa Psrmll me to com ? t.. ? fn Mon *? 'i l | Sil i !.. I ffl. lai hi -, ,. i..I I slemeata of ths and i> I? --''i' recei tion ol th? epi ?? tlVSg ar,-? foi ? ??- ??! ic an ' < uba who ? ? , . Malas monumenl ??f Kea ?> si i? telegram to th? sutl oi II ? tin- Mat? snd > ors re? im-ii'lin?- mot I ? p-lb-il?. 11?. ai ii:. ? u p.m co iml ? m'.rib Stil boal d? ubt to ? ? .i ..- . m? Hon, i beg - on ???. si?<???i>t th? of ths sis ?< f gratitud ol um L*r? itk government an?! poepM vice m pois BUI ON M OaaMaaed fron? ttr.i p???1 Ialwajra made whaneeer there lu the stlghteet queetloa of the truth of tri? ? timon) ?rlren bj poll?**eme? I? <"'??*-''??? No Moral Study of Problem?. , Ti,?- report itself emphaaiaea in it? opening paragraph thai Hie cotnaMUeg ,?. r. ?I the problem ol gamhhng ! and Oth? vue.*' Ml] M !>?>? Involve! i problema under 'he prenant |awi \ | i?. mi ' BBS n?-?'.'* 10 study ? .- : q u itkM a, "i to make .ma ?.- -?' m ether ib-Mi M to -poll! .. m? tboda of handling the pruto? it is notic? the commlttaa apta the n ihn? the Ma'-o*" 9M? ??"' Poiici Commli ",:' ?'**?*? . y,r the police pollclea of Ihij n .ti"ti. and on Idinni fl ? the *.?...*. nd : ? - / ' U i : :. . it by : .. '.'.- eott, j BK ?i . ? x ? rdaol ."??"?; i th? olloe . ,gh the pi? aeni Mi .*?; -**-1 P?? have endca? or? d to roe la? ..K"??*r gamWhag, Ikeif been effi ? ... : ? . : ? Mb - ??..tais upon the heej ? ? alaerful ;?"3 .i diet Ipline and ?* : tai!? ? lo?/ prop? adminii'r . method* We readily uaderetood the alllam e I nea etui ? n our Invi *?' gatloa ?i.-.i the fol a : I '(ai a total f-? lure effe? th ? " . . ? and t.. dim Ipline th IBcei ?now n I . ol Mi.-n dutliM (b) th<* i 'on , onfldence in the \nlettrlt ? ?i men ael? ted bj b m to Rupervlse this ? ??rk (el ? ? ? era ??f i? i? i ring ettei charging afl . mi?" ?? md < ?lime to tha \ ei ) tn?*ri ? i ? i ?own Infoi matlon i ??ii the Commlasloner'a lack <>f tr.f.-rtn . Itlon concerning actual conditlona; .e. of I nape? ?toi - .< ni ? aptalna to keep Important comptainta fr.,m ?the | Commiaaloner and hia deputlea (f) m?thode ol handling ? ompialatg aenl to the Commiseieaier; 'm a hostile de toe/ard cltlaen eomptalaaate, and Mu i,,, su|,?*rvHi,,ii ovei leattmoa] ? ? m? n in ti,.n? ?? The report s.,\s mat the ediatotetra 11 ??? changea recommended ?r.. esn-ntini t?? ehe? k the avila ??n?i t?. enforea the Tl.Include a mere escuro t.-nur? f??r the Commleeloner an Increase in th? number <?f dep itiea abolition ol the In i"-' """ dl t.,. t- and establishment of the pre? Incl ;.?- I he pi lice nit. tfeadcjuartera nada operatlag inder tiie Commlesloner'a peraonal direc? tion, abould he employ? I .\ email tec ? ? servie, aquad ? ompoai d ??( n en othei than policemen should be employed by it,.- i'ommieaioner lo obtain evtdgg ??? ??? t ?on ?jpt pol,,,. , :;i, ,,,i y central burean shooid be Installed for ?the effec? tive dlepoalUon ol all eomplalnta reeetved from cWaaag The repon presenta a brief review of Ihe connection ot ?Lieutenant Charlee Becker with the Reaeathal murder, th testimony of Mar] Ooode, Oeorge A Mpp, Thomas .1 ?Dorian and Marj Coleman and Ihe confeaatona ??f Patrolman ?Poa and ?'.iptain Walsh The twenty lii?ll?*t menta and ?..- nia. oonvictlon* exelaalve of tu?* Roeeathal reeee. obtained b] l?is tii't Attorae] Whitman In connection nit!, tt..- police grafl Inveetlgation am tabulated In aupport <?f th.- thini coaettj ?den; thai then has been wide pread blackmail i? vi.-.t by police ofBclale ?j'ti- teetlmon) ?given before the oeav mittee is reiriewed in iin- rapen t?> ?m phaaiae th?- point thai ?Perm ?" la the departmenl i rport* which la auppoaai lo furnieh the Commlesionei ?un an ac ?? Idee ol tbn ?nit] - oa Utloi treated or Ignored In ao aaany ini'-t.-nt , - hi dlff? sal eaptalm ?is to make II ? T a repon en* < - ami lea pi inted | n, The Ti ? ? ? .. ..? t,, , the rimnn. ? In which eomplalnta egalnal nd Inspect gweei i. r. i red i tl ".ti- era t h n lervca biveatlgation and rep? 'i'?u si.!-- Of llOJUOt s. > .j leglalati? ?? .. I i itj the i spot I n - ? :i t..? i ? lie ?i.? not ?i? - - ? th? * ? ? I ? i '-. -, a i - .I should ? to I ha leeistatl? a t-.. ? m..ii. t The i*,,h? a 0*partiMeat she d ha no dlacratlon v ith i, c r. n, :?. th? ? nfon em? nl ol ? lu?*?, becauae th..- aafurcameul of all Un.*. meat t.. a paUoaaaaai'a Brot ?im*. M'REYNOLDS WOULD TAX TOBACCO [HOST GHOST If Evils Remain, He Thinks Graduated Revenue Plan ! Will Dispose of Them. CRITICISES COURT DECREE | Also Keeps After Standard Oil ?His Suggestion Called Invalid by Some Law? yers Here. ?VanhinKton. June 4.?Attorney Cienerai M? Reynolds SSesrted to-day he had al? ways regarded the final (leerte intended t?> .ibsoive ni? ?assrieaa Tobau-o Com? pany as an "ObVtOUS subterfuge an?l a ni:-, arrias?? of Juetfoe," and If there w-iv any proper and just way by which he ???pilid curb th? rvll he would <l?i it. As an Immediate step he Is ?considering (?enting to Oongresa a ?raduated as Is? tax on tobacco inanufactur<-s. Mr MeReyneids merer baa agreed with the dissolution of ths so?e_lled mooopol) snd Is said to feel that many ol the ?*viis eberged again??! it ars still continuing Under other forms. In S?ddltlon t.i i resting aiiegr-,i inegualltles by Interim! revenue taxation, th.- Attorney Genera! ?? also ?considering the advisability of be? ginning an investigation to determine ?whether n:?- doers? iHssolvIni the tob?ceo trust in being violated. Mr McRayaoldfl alao reeumsd ???: i ei.itmn to-uay of the Standard ml Situa? tion, ?-.inferring with ?Chartes i:. Morrison and < ?liver 10. Pagan, his -; ?? . SSSiSt* ants, who bar? devoted month? to in In? vestigation With tiu'ir report befor? him it ?will now devolve apon th? attorney '?-neral to decide whether there ?j ; Bads evi.Kri'.( violation? <>f th? d of dissolution to Justify i ? imio ? pre ??eediiiK?*. As yet, Mr. MeRojmoldS BOM to-day. he had no! dec:?ied ?whether si tion would be taken. Can Decree Be Reopened? .\s m ths tobs - rituatton, th? Attor Qeneral said that, while b? had not Snail) deddsd upon an Investigation. -.-.?th a Visai 10 possible f'.rti.er ant?-' prosecution, h? ttkeuria? had noi res a ?billion as tO whether th? d? PSS Of dissolution, which h>? regards as it. <iu.it.-. could be reopsasd H? Indlci that he wi ? ? In? ed ?that Um | ? ?? w.-.s incommensurat? with th? de?i tr.alid? of th-i <><:?,ision. . I ?! I ? IM real dissolution of i trust b) distrib? uting Its ?to? k among ths hold? is. t.-- ?> --??('?: '.'. ?t of ti..- attorn? ? r Just serre? thai i ? ment I not reopen th? ? ii ?.- moves must be supptsmentarj II - tod ?sul th .' ths ?United Si i?tea ourl -? |)g th? decn ? I I .-:t:ori ?I? ? former Attorney Get w i kei , ' that th? goven permitted ti ? i i ? . ? ? ? ? ? ?f ii ? Mr Melt? i itpul ' bur seek ? ? ? mor a?- the.r \ftnr* Pn Meni ~ i ? -^.,r, and the i 'ablnel ' . ? ? ? nit ii e . ? ' \\ I ? .1- "' I ? n ?? ? ili>- ?mu rers thai i trust has noi n n? ved * ', tion whicti the) say threatens to ii.i' e th. m :n n- n- r ?as I ?ere from - Anothef Report Soon ? ; ?. i-, i ?a ? Is - tommlssion? isit ?., tb. White ii?, ,-? ? ?: i said s report of an In tlgatlon th? b ires i b id I ti..? - ? the dl?- lutlon -.p. ?iiii.i soon be forwai ded le At? T..: 111 - ? iener.il M? He?. BOld - Severs corporatl is tmnk? .-? oonsultsd In ii:?- Snancial dla?tricl tei.lav declared Attornej Qeneral Mc Keyn.ilil- s pin m of a graduated internal revenue las on t.iii,,,. , products could noi i ?? mad? i - I ecaues II ws stt-tutlonal, in thai it would t><- nunca? tory i m ih?- Ol"--i ? ths plan ?was ? cpress? I i H. Leu a ho s sa of - ounasl I .. interests In the dissolution suit ?- !??? ,t ths i ?ginning .?! th? pr. iniTH nan a -?i?>?? i.?i nsslstanl to th? tttor? lie\ '-,e,;er..| Ml I ? iiiubr ordin?r: - rcumstasces it Blight be objected thai such s tas might be In th?* nature of -? hand) ap upon th? growth of business, su? h sn objection would noi Us t?> th.? Imposition of the tas under the condition sow prevailing la the tobacco Industrj The four greet corporations lato which the tobaei ..?i ;?' In? Ipall) dl? \ ni.-.i ?vera to*da* ?ths - ontrolllng dominating factor? In th? Industry, Mr Lev) aaM Th? Impoattlon of tin pro poaed graduated tax" he wld -.?.ill lend to -i tails? th? unfair conditions "f com I petition which here resulted from lbs an ' .,? ' - p. ior\ decree of dtslntegr it J W the time when th? proposed I'l-i'1 'of disintegration was before the ?Circuit Court In this city the independents made ?f-peclfln objection that the proposed divi? sion of the major part of the business of the trust Into four great companies could not restore competition, for the reason that no Independent manufact? urer was of sufficient financial ability to contend raaaanaMy and fairly with any ot the four companies on account of the tremendous capitalization which ? the plan of dlMlntei?raMon left under the I control of each of the four companies." ! So far as the principle of a graduate! i tax was ooaeemed. Mr. Levy declared. ! that it was analogous to the proposed graduated income tax now before <*on i gree*_ HEAVY SLUMP AGAIN IN LONDON STOCK MARKET 'All Leading Departments Suffer ?Prospects for Better Times Not Reassuring. I By 'able to The Tirbuaa i London. June .".-Another heavy Call uns suffered yesterday in all the l?-?d in? departments of the Stork fc.x changa Beery treeh relapse in active storks sc-mf" to bring out fresh sellers, and io the slump continu?e. Already the severe decline has been reeppnalble for tha dafaalt of om Im? portant and reepected ?Btock Exchange him. and th?? i.i.s.sihllity of still more aerioua ?happening! a*i ?faafad. There ?a time f?T a I ??.nsi?i?*rable rc?*ov?-r>" in iri.es before the n?xt nettleme:it. which bocina on Tueeday, but the opm lon Of many member? of the Stock Ex? change is iIk" imm.-diate prospects are far from reaeanrtng. -Many dealers Who hought. stock in the belief that ;, general rally of prie? would follow th? Blgning Of the Balkan peace treaty now find the bOOkl loaddtl up with ie curitlee, which thajr can sel! only at a h< av y 1 'l'Ile r"??! of th.- anse ?.f the weakness in th** markets ?s? the severe and pro? longed atrtngency m the ?leading Buro pean monei maritata Money .s ?being boarded extensively ?both in G?*rmany and ?Franc* owing t?> the strained sit - ?i m European politics, Germany r: ular snatching up ail the ?old available Withdrawal! on ? haa-ry I ?Ing made from London, ami j-i^t when th- reduction of the ban!; ihould b, : then- is ev?ry ilblllty ol n? being ralead Inetead. a WESTON COVERS 32 MILES Reaches Goshen on Second Day of 1,440-Mile Walk. B) Telegraph t.? The Tribun?. ' ?. aben n *>' , inn.- ? Edward Payeon Weeton, who la ua!k!ng from New* fork to Mlnneapolla arrived here at ?> 43 o'clock . ,.t. having walked thirty-two mil?? ?da) from Buffern, which he left at 3 o'clock thia morning Me reatad two and a half honra at Bouth Field* an?i re? mained about Uve ho'irs in Monroe, where ha made aa addreea t?. eeveral hundred - ? hl!,Iren \- Weeton entered Goehen h* waa met leotl an?! eecorted to ?? made an address. Veteran pedestrian was in fin !? !.:.?!?? Ills ?supper ? i and Pre?.?. without butter. ? * with .-allers i . i. tirina ???. I! !"a ve hete at S O'clock to-morroa morning, and win take break town, eight jn'.'ioH awn/, , ? llosa a ''?*! proprietor, wh m n England. ?- ? -? ., d.?m?, ig - :!? .,!?? ?of magnoela. gad Ms Buffern ?as d?lai ed ? i * ?? : unOtta OoOhOI v out thirtv - ng.. he gave ,,n exhibition at ! ? ing ?Pgrii covering twent*. - la I hours M minutes and H ? ?: ? ?* ? ., i.f ?mile v. . ! ?backward READY TO TEST SERUM Health Department Awaits In? formation from Institute. The u? eltl i "-i .mm. nt will la all pot la Octal invcetlgatlou ?-r the Frledmaan "cure" ?'thin th? neat few daya Tboee concerned are trying to ?get t ? . ?SitlOO as it ap . there ?? s-.tne dtaagreemant a? to bow aegatiatlona between the Healt'i Board and the, K:?t,er-Krledmann camp Bgtl Or. Lederte aeal a letter vesterdav to the repreaeotativea ?>f ?the ?Frtednaana in ? *. Ing th.- boar<l would take up the matter of the turtle serins when.-v,-, i ?r Priedmann or his representatives Were prepared to BUboart the necessary Information Arthur (i Hgjr* Di Frledmati-Vs at? torn?., .leciarej yesterday he hud written t?, Dr Ledert* asking that the Health ?Board outline some plan of action which i.ik dienta eould follow. n,? added they were WiUtng to do whatever was request ed Dr i?ed,-rie. it is understood, took UM POatttOa In his letter that the board's reeolutlon whleh forbade injections with the Friedmann vaccine contained all the ?iire.iions neeeeaary, and that notion on the part of the board was unnecessary. NEWSPAPER MAN GETS OFFICE. aibaaj June i At tarne> Oeaenl Car-*? needy anaouneed to-day th? appointment Of Btward H Anker, an Albany news pap? II maa, us land and tax clerk, ?t a eatery "i ! M Mr Anker aunnaada Ed? ward <*. r..*KKett. of Albany, who has heen made title examiner PRISON AND FINE FOR JOHNSON Negro Pugilist Must Serve a Year and a Day and Pay $1,000 for Violation of the White Slave Act. Chicago, -lun?- ( "Jack' Johnson, negra heavyweight chamiHon, was sentenced to? il, i;. t.. on? year snd ?me day m ths stato penitentiary ?it Johet an?i Rned li.'-'t) for vl'ilatbui Of the Mann 'white .-lave a. t Johnson w ,> allowed -wo wepk? tu which to proper? a wrrl <?f srror, and the bond on wbteh be kad been at itb ??it\ Une i i. onvlctlon, was allowed ?to stand, u.iir a dosen deputy i sited suites mar hals, who bad groupsd themes!res about johiMKMi in sa pests tion of resistance when the prison sentence was pronounced, leit whoa Judge Carpenter enaounosd that the rVhter ? ould - ?ntlnue temi>oiarily at lib srty John-?m declared that h?? would net ..-In- ip hi- light for liberty and that It Hi? writ of ?rrOS wer?*, denied h? would make further appssds The motion foi a new trial, Which waa teak ?l. cam? up as a Murprlse late this afternoon The i **e had not been sol previously, snd the pro<*ee?iinK3 i"-s;an with the une*peet-*.l appearance In court Of JOhnOOa nnd his lawyer It has been hard to determine what punishment should he meted out In this ,-ase." *ial,l Judge Carpenter 'We have had many cuses when? violations of the Mann act have been punished with a fine only. We have bad other cases where de? fendant! have heon sentenced to one or two yearn In the penitential*. "The circumstances In this caaa have been aKKruvatiuK Tie life of the de ? fendant, hy his own admission?, has not ? been a moral one. The defendant Is one I Of the heat known men of his race and his example has been far-reaching." ! The COUrt denied the request of counsel I for Johnson that the negro be allowed I?? serve the term In the city Bridewell ln : stead of state's prison | Johnson was convicted on May 10 of having paid for the transportation of i Helle ?*chrether from Pittsburgh to ?""hi i ?SSO. R US STOCK PIES FU Fear of Radical Action at Wash ington on So-called "Trusts" Starts Liquidation. FIFTY NEW LOW RECORDS Standard Railroads and Indus. trials Fail to Resist Pressure 300,000 Shares Being Un. ' loaded in First Hour. As a result of disturbed eondition? h?-r?- and abroad and Of th? ovfrnigh' news from Washington Indicating a ia?iical attitude on the part of the ad ministration in connection with the American TobOCCO ?Compaaj and th* ?Standard Oil Company, Ihers v.ds ^ heaviest liquidation of standard i?to??Jt* and honda on th?- stock market jester. daj since the panic "f WOT. within the Bret hour sales of ?taste amounted to SOQlOOO shaTSS, and ;ift new low records for ths year wer? made, with loss? s rans-mi? from *j to \ pointa Reading fell 3% points. i;n|0n Pacific dropped ;; points to 14.:',, g?. lowest price since ?1906, and North?! P?adflc ?toucked it.*? lowesi pries ?in.? 1!K>7. Pennsylvania, usual:;, on.? 0f th* Stocks to show gr-atest r?.-.-ifitance to bear prosaurs, ate dcc-iintd to it? lo?*. est record sin?a the panic. .Some of the n?*w bond flotations, such ss Balti. mol*! i '>?'?'< eoOTertlMeS, New York City n?*w ttfgS an! Bt 1 I ll 4,-:?, w?r? also depressed Specialists In some of the leading ii. sues attributed the large lossss to heavy liquidation by ?the v\< .South. Another Inillicnro was ?Um de? cidedly lower leeeJ of prices qootsl by London before the opening advices from abroad Indicated in? creased pasilpilmi, not only in London bal at all the Continental flinsdsl ?entres. During the noon hour sore ImpfSfe m?-nt from the low pr.- - of the morn luK was noted, particularly In K.-aiiin?' and one or two other Igaues Of ting class. T'ie partial recovery cotactlifl with advices from tVuhlngtoo ?a ?whlcfe the Attorn- . ,; ra? quoted ss denying t?. m?diat? action against ?the so-called tr ?? ? ttoatemplated. During the remainder of ths Msfti the mark-1 was ?calmer, end by the close several of ths v, | recovered a kuosuniiui pur*. Ioshos. Ths biggs t losses Croi day's closing quota:.. the day's trading by the industl railroad las - - : . ?* Anic-k,,:? '..-.. I ?. rn.-ic.a:. ? , i? - , v M yor?. -1 '?. i' . . m st. p. a a a m ? ' I - : Sen v.-.-i. vu i;.-?k i . - ' . M ............ tu ? . .... 4 ?:r.v . . -. V -li? ?) Th-* stead last f?~ ..:.g o.' tonne by Sunn? lal Inetli il Dtii i? s.ud to be true in pr.i I -v part if the - inti except C_ - wher* the banks are ?aid to be in much better to hand!- i - . n ? ? rtiar.? upon their rsnourcea Beeretary of the Tra - MeAdoo was <n the finan? lal i ataragg* und if was a* Bret '?? ughl thai b:s \isit was for the purpose of boMing ? OOnfereaCS with the important bank! on mutter.*? pertaining to g* r.eral condi? tions and In particular With currency reform In answer to InqulttSS. how? ever, he ?stated that then iras no a** ? lal significance to his prcoonro ?n Wall Street, except that he was ettendtaf ? routine business in regard to th?i But*? Treasury. Berlin, June *.-The Her!':. BOOTS? wiS badly afT?ct?ct to-day by yen .-?*??? f-Jg York markets an?l by th? r ' * Baltimore & Oluo divl,. - ' * **' duced. This caused heavy ? ling ol B?;* tltnore & Ohio shares Canad ? WS? alao were heavily sold, partlcuUrtTfJ Paris account. The mark-t ?as d?l re***? as well by heavy selling In *ve*rtWB umr mnn centres in eonnectfon with '??"?* l?, bleu, of a rrlvate banktun Una at t**" News In regar?! to tr.-* Ai "!';'.Ar.j ? market Increased the **-.*akn*as *? iv Tacifio lost a?, sad Baltimore A Ohio *w U. 8. SHAKES CITY TJ? Engineer Says Speedway Bnlkh??-* Must bo Repaired. The rnlted States QoWerBB tag MtW tinK after the dty shout the bulwm" . t- ,rk i on?* the Speedwav near Met Btn M I 'rK ,.,,r trofti missioner Stover reosived ? '*?" Colonel William I? Black, Engineww Y. S A . informing hin t;..it ti* ^ head ?vas sadly in aeed of -^TJJ threatening to Interfere aHih r"iVl* ^ on the Harlem Hiver The ?St? ??* that the city must BBB te H lb*? na?i tion Is kept open . lt|f commissioner Stover shut led ' al?n* to the Hoard of KM for another instalment of in? proprtatcd for theee repairs | Branch Offices i New-York Tribune FOR ADVERTISEMENTS i AND 1 SUBSCRIPTIONS 1364 Broadway B.I. KkiS snJ 37.1? tern HARLEM 263 West 125th Su*** Bet. 7th and 8th A?*???*?