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Croker and Tammany Will Crusade
Against It
OneCoii I tliiC or Ihe Weiilber Ap
ioliitfilllo Illck Tell llov Ho
Does Not tttit Ills Income
NtW York Nov 15Tho executive
committee of Tammany Hall held a
meeting at which Richard CroUer bode
all the leaders Boodbyo and took a
bind In starting tho movement to rid
the oltr ot VIOl In a little speech the
Tarnninny leader said ho was going to
J iroiO for health not pleasure and In
troduejd Isltlor 8traui president of the
BdiUftUonal Alliance as a man who
WM adquolntad with the condition of
tiling on the Rut side adding I hope
you will give attentive hearing to his
BtatefiisntB Ot the condition of vice that
oxlsta thire and that after you have
heard what he has to Bay you will use
your eyY to aorrect those evils as far
aa llwln your power
Mr StrauS Bftld he had met Mr Croker
at dinner naeldentally and had talked
with him for two hours over tho condl
lI nton the Bant side and Mr Croker
had asked him to talk to the executive I
committee of Tammany Hall Then ad I
drawing the committee Mr Straus told
of what woo needed on the hast side to
suppress crime He said that he as a
Dtmocrat had frequently had cast up
to htm the statement that Tammany
Hall receives the greater part of its rev
cnue from people in these evil condi
tion of life and no good can be accom
lilljlxd until tha power of Tammany
Hall Is destroyed Mr Straus had re
p ttd this to Mr Croker and the latter
liked him to come before the committee
with the statement and had promised
his aid
Lewis Nixon then by resolution had
a committee of five appointed to In
vestigate the moral conditions of tho
city and to receive and suggest reme
dies for the correction of abuses Mr
Nixon was made chairman Thu other
numbers are George C Clausen presi
dent of the park board Michael C
Murphy president of the health board
John J Scflnnel fire commissioner and
John W Keller charities commissioner
Mr Croker then arose and said I
have nothing to add to what has boen
nald to you by Mr Straus because he
is familiar with the matters on which
lie has spoken to you I hope that this
entire committee will give its full
strength toward helping him and his
worK We should heartily Indorse his
remarks and aid him in the work of
crushing out this awful crime And
right here I want to reiterate what I
paid three weeks ago to you and that It
that not one dollar comes into my poe
Pewlon from landlords of poolrooms and
housed of Illfame and If any of you
gentlemen are collecting from any of
these people you had better get out of
organization It has no wo for you
You are a disgrace to it The orgunlza
tlon cant and wont stand for any such
The meeting broke up In confusion
because of the attitude of Coroner Fltz
patrlok the Tammany leader In the
Fourteenth assembly district who de
nld that there were any disreputable
houaee In his district He said that If
there was vice there it was In tenement I
houses and could not bo controlled To
this Mr Croker excitedly replied that
the coroner did not know what could b
done until some effort could be made
A Humor that Ho AVns Poisoned
Comes from Home
Home Nov 15A rumor Is current
in Rome that the lllne of tho czar Is
clue to poisoning and It asserted that
telegrams have been received at the
Vatican saying that an attempt was
made to poison both the emperor and
empress but that the latter vas not
effected This story however Is not
believed King Victor Emmanuel tele
graphed for definite information and
not a quick reply that the czar VM as
we1 aa could be expected I
London Np 16The Impression ex
Istliin mOsLmiropean capitals that the
illness of Kniperor Nicholas II more
ficrloug UiifnMt Is repotted to be but
this Is probably based upon the know
odgd that the czars constitution la
not strong anti Is little likely to resist
a serious attack
In Copenhagen the Illness Is attrib
uted to overwork In connection with tho
Chinese ohlsls amid there Is also a sus
picion that the hygienic conditions and
Water supply at Livid la may be faulty
The dowager czarina receives a cour
ier twice a day Her departure from
Kredonsburg had been olllclally fixed
for November Z6th Preparations have
blnce hun made for her to leave at
any moment and the fact that she
has not started Indicates that there Is
no Immediate danger It is feared
however that even If no complications
ensue the attack may bo of long dura
There lsno news from St Petersburg
on the HUbJect byjond the olllclal bul
letins which Indicate that the attack
Is only slight no high temperature
having yet been reached
Von WnldcrHCO Seen M hung
London Nov IIJTh Dally News
publishes the following from Pekln
dated November lth It Is stated here
that Prince Chlng and LI Hung Chang
have requested nn Interview with Count
von Waldersee which will probably be
granted The field marshal Intends to
make an Incursion Into Nankau pus
and the Ming tombs as Prince Henry
of Prussia did In 1898
Dr Morrison writing to the Time
from Pckln Tuesday says Thu Tar
tar general commanding In the prov
InQeof Szechuan has been nominated
for governor general of Manchuria in
deference of Rueleas Invitation to
China to resume the government of
that territory under Russian protec
tion TUB Chinese pence commissioners
have received a telegram from the em
prss dowager dated November 10th
censuring their failure to prevent the
dlsputoh of foreign punitive expeditions
Into the Interior The empress dowager
continues to Issue orders appointing of
ficials to office
Tho Field Gun Incident Will Not
Affect Tliclr IYIetitlnhlp
New York Nov 16A dispatch to the
Herald from Paris says The following
Htatement Is given prominence In la
Prase 1 A personage who claims to
be thoroughly acquainted with what Is
going on behind tho scenes on the mat
ter of the divulgence of the secrete of
the latest French Held gun to the Unit
a I
The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths
Thtrp U a disease prevailing in thb
country most dan erotic because so cheep
J I Hve Many sudden
deaths are caused by
ill heart dUe te
I pneumonia heart
1 failure or apoplexy
1 r are often the result
I of kidney disease If
I I kidney trouble II al
L lowed to advance the
J kidneypoisoned
blood will attack the
1 > vital organs or the
Kidney themselves break down and waste
away cell by cell
Bladder troubles most always result from
a derangement of Ihe kidney and a cure Is
obtained quickest by aproptr treatment of
the kidneys If you are feeling badly you
can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers
SwampRoot the great kidney liver and
bladder remedy I
It correct Inability to hold urine and scald
ing pain In passing It and overcome that
unpleasant necessity of being compelled lo
go often during the day and to get up many
time during the flight Tie mild and the
extraordinary effect of Swam Root II soon
realized It stands the highest for its won
derful curt of the moil distressing cases
SwampRoot It pleasant to take and sold
by all druggists in fiftycent and onodollai
AuA bottles You may
have a sample bottle of
this wonderful new dis
covery and a book that J
tell all about It both iroeeeSwmp4teot
sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer tt Co
Binghamton N Y When writing mention
reading this generous offer In thlj pper
cd Stales make the following state
ment This atfalr U connected with the
sudden departure for Gibraltar of an
otllcer of the United Stale navy who
was employed In the foreign section of
the position after having fulfilled jilo
functions as the naval attach af the
embassy The field gun Incident ua
also the cau e of the sudden handing
over of the affairs of the embawy to
the first secretary by General Horace
Porter and his departure for Spain
The former naval attache In ques
tion who was born of Hrltlsh parents
and devoted above all to the embassy
In the Faubourg Saint Honore acted
almost openly as spy for several pow
ers The departure of General Horace I
Porter which Is given out as tempor
ary IB really final and he will be re
placed In Paris by Mr John Lelihmnn
United States minister to Derne a di
plomatist the highest character whofp
Independence vlsavla the Bngllili em
bassy can be counted upon for main
tenance of good relations between the
French republic And theUnlted States
Bequest rut Mgr Capol
Sacramento Cal Nov 16 Monrtgnor
T J Capel has been bequeathed by the
late Lord hub of England an Income
of 609 per year for the rest of his life
In Lord Reaconsfleldi most popular
novel Lothalr Monsignor Oarl II
portrayed under the name of Monilgiioi
Catesby Lord Ilute himself flirurlni In
the work as Lothalr For several years
Monslgnor Capel has been living In re
tlrement at Arno In this county
Rig Cattle Combine
New York Nov 16The Times prints
the following
George R Loving of Fort Worth
Texas la In the city for the purpose
of forming a cattle combine and It has
been reported that John D Rockefeller
la to be Interested In the company
When Mr Loving was seen at the Wal
dorf Astoria he said that the company
which he wan endeavoring to fonn was
not a trust In any sense of the word and
that Mr Rockefeller so far as he knew
was not to be Interested In the company
in any way He eald that he was In
New York last spring on the same mis
sion which brings him here this time
and that he had expected to form the
company at that time
Mr Loving said that the company
would not attempt to control prices at
all but that It was the Intention ot
those who aro promoting the company
to purchase about 3500000 acres
of land In Texas near the
line between Texan and New
Mexico for tho purpose of going Into
the cattle raising business on a large
scale It want his Intention at first to I
form a company with n capital of 5JO
000000 but he found that It would not be
practicable and he linn now decided that
the rieu company will be capitalized at
about J12000000
Collection of KRjptlnn Antlqnltlou
New Haven Conn Nov lBThe
Peabody museum has received from
London an Important collection of
Egyptian antIquities presented to Yale
by the Connecticut members of the
American Archeological association
The relics were found In excavation
made in Abyodan by the exploration
fund association and has been on exhi
bition In London
In the collection are a number of rare
specimens among them ornaments of
shell and preen glass beads pendants of
feldspnr and pieces of flint which date
back to prehistoric time There are
six finely preserved scabbard of the
seventh dynasty and a number of ala
baster vase of the Harness period In a
very good state of preservation There
Is also an Infcrlptlon taken from a royal
tomb belonging to a king of the first dy
nasty In the tomb that were excAval
ed were found model tools axes hoes
chisel a headless statue several Jars
two gold earrings and some gold hair
ring A chair lee fitted with Ivory
pegs also was obtained
Th se specimens have all been placed
In the Peabody museum In a room that
will later be used exclusively for Egyp
tian antiquities
Stewart Mnnnlori to bo hazed
New York Nov 16The Stewart
mansion the famous marble palace at
Fifth Ave and Thirtyfourth street will
be torn down Contracts for the sale of
the property have finally been signed
and It has passed Into the hand of the
UarneySheldon syndicate composed of
C T Barney iso R Sheldon John A
McCall Henry Sellgman Kamuml C
Bajlles William F Havemeyer deo
F Victor and C W Morse
Mr Barney said that the mansion
which was the home of he late A T
Stewart and later the home of the
Manhattan club will be at once torn
down No other structure Will bo
erected The land will be held for spec
ulative purposes
IlocrH doing to Indiana
Chicago Nov nThe Reconl will
say tomorrow that the Indiana coun
ting of Lake Porter Stark and La
Porte within the next year or so will
become the permanent trekking
grounds of many Transvaalers and
Free Staters Owners of lands In the
Kankakee valley are reported to have
combined for the purpose of sending
agents to South Africa and Holland to
encourage the settlement of their
lands Some of the Indiana railroads
It Is added air showing a marked In
terest In the scheme to colonize the
Kankakee valley
How China HUcorcrcd America
Monterey Mex Nov 15The report
that American officer have unearthed
ancient record In Pekln showing that
the Chlnew discovered America MOO
yedrs ago and erected temple In Mex
Ico has aroused the greatest Intefatt
among the scientific men of Monterey
and throijKhout this couyitry The Chi
neee temples alluded to are In the state
of Sonora on tho Pacific roast The
ruin of one of the temples was dlscov
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Sane Imp within the next night or III we are promised that great display of meteors which 11 expected Jwrt a ywr
ego 11111 which fflllet to nutertate Thee meteor lire our oH frend the Leonidi who disappointed m once tat am
now on hand to fill their cngnKoment and tnnke reparation for past failure
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creel near the town of Urea In that
state about two year ago
One of the large tone tablet found
In the ruffle WM covered with carved
riiinene character which were partly
deciphered by a learned Chinaman ho
I Malted the rulna at the request of the
Mexican government This Chinaman
made the assertion at the time that the
ruin were those of a temple which hail
been erected many centuries ago 01
ChlnI but thl statement was not reo
eel ved with credence
It hs keen long claimed that the
Indian of the state of Sonora are tbo
dec n < 1antB of the early Chlneee set
tier They posseu many traditions
and characteristic of the ChInese It
the report of the finding of theM rec
ord In PeKIn Is verified nn eXiled
tlon will go from here to explore furthet
the ancient temples of Sonoia
Alnsknn Indiana DliiK <
Chicago Nov 1GUnleu govern
ment aid Is extended the Alaskan In
dlan the death rate thus winter will
be appallingly large Thl IM the
statement of Q II Swlnehart of Nome
Alaska who Is on his way to Wail
Ington where he will brine the matter
before the notice of the department
of the interior
Continuing Mr Swlnehart all Time
Alaskan Indians are In dire straits
About a month ago I made a trip
down the Yukon river and found nun
dred of men and women dying of a
disease that Is reilly nothing more nr
lee than consumption The sickness
which hat now btcome an epldemlcwa
first noticed last spring During the
summer the disease Increased and the
Indians were unable to dry lsb which
is their chief and almost their only sta
ple Consequently unless aid II len
a number of them will die of starvation i
this winter
Mr Swlnehart was the first United
States commissioner at Nome
ARlihurton Mlirnry Sale i
London Nfev 11 The sale Of the li I
brary of Lord Athburton at Sothebys
yesterday 8111 today drew a number
of American buyers The library was
largely collected by the first heron
Ashburton when he was ambascador o
Great Britain at Washington Demons
unit Description of New York for
merly the Netherlands unbound of
31 pages dated 1040 cold for JE400 to a
dealer representing a New York buyer
The same volume woe sold at the Har
low sale In New York for JWI5 Du
monts memorial MS relating to the
sale of Louisiana sold for ihl6
MnoArtliurs Weekly Casualty Ust
Washington Nov 15The war de
partment today received the following
casualty list from Manila
Sublg Luzoncompany L Twenty
fifth Infantry James MeCormlc
Suhlg Luzon K A Price company
II Twentyfifth Infantry shgulder seri
ous Jomes S Cohn ooinjmny L Twen
tyfifth Infantry shoulder slight
Walker D Reason company L Twen
tyflfth Infantry foot alight Henry
worlleld company I Twentyfifth in
fantry shoulder serious
Camllle Luton Troop a Ninth cav
alry Job McKtnsle back serious
Cocusco Luzon Company II Thirty
third Infantry Henry S Johnson thigh
Bangued Luzon Company A Thirty
third Infantry A M Andrews eye
slight Capt Charles Van Way chest
serious Corp William Miller company
A leg above knee slight Tohn n
Clark company A neck slight leter
Scomers company A thigh serious
William Nickel company A scalp
Capt Charles W Van Way wounded
at liangued was a captain In the Twen
tyfirst Kansas volunteer Infantry May
41SDS to December 10 ISM and subse
quently appointed from the State of
Kansas captain In the Thirtyeighth
United States infantry July 5 1S9J
Afcsoulntlon or Mcclmnlcs Meeting
New York Nov 16A mas meeting
of members of the International Asso
ciation of Mechanics waa held last
night to consider the Introduction of
the nine and a half hour work day on
Nov 19 as agreed on by the National
Metal Trades association There ap
peared to he a hitch in the agreement
reached by the two associations at their
recent conference In this city as It was
reported at last nights meeting that
while the National Metal Trades asso
ciation was willing that the workday
of the machinists should be reduced
From ten hours to nine and onehalf
hours It would refuse to pay the full
scale of wages The meeting was large
ly attended by both union and non
union men who work In the shops ot
the association
Senator Morgan Itrolcctctl
Montgomery Ala Nov 15The Joint
caucus of the Democrat of both houses
of the Alabama legislature tonight
unanimously nominated J T Morgan
as United States senator No other
name was prsented Senator Morgan
was called before the meeting and
thanked the memb rllor reeleetlon
The ten opposing members of the leels
lature In separate oauous pledged their
votes to Morgan
Three Negroes Lynched
Jefferson Texas Nov lSThree ne
noes who had been arrested for way
haying and attempting to kill Mr Stall
cup were taken from the jail lust night
jy unknown persons and hanged to the
railroad hedge across Cypress bayou
The negroes had confessed to the crime
The mob that did the hanging over
powered the jailer and cut the tele
> hone line so that the jailer could not
communicate with the sheriff
Tho 1opo Irns rot America
Rome November lCThe pope has
Just granted a special onnfdrcnw to
he lllght Rev Maurice F Burke
bishop of St Joseph Mo
During the interview the sovereign
pontiff again gave expveelon to his
lope that God will grant his prayer tOm
tho prosperity of the United States
1 < HNW N j
Ho Fifkstl t Shot at Anglo
i 4
Salons in General
rolls How Ho Would Hare Driven
the American Into tho lien and
saved S i > niilih ColonIes
New York Nov ISA dispatch to
the Herald from Paris pays
General Yeyler ha emerged from hIs
ihell and fires some hot shot at Anglo
Saxon In general In an interview giv
en to the Figaros correspondent lIe
opened by layIng that he once more
protected against the abominable repu
tation created for nib by the American
and Bngllah Journal for political per
poses He continued When r wa
6overnor eeneral of Cuba and wag de
fending the sovereignty of Spain In
that coloriy the least of my act of war
was distorted by the press of the iCzg
limb speaking nation I never troubled
myself about that for I always did on
13 my dutr as a soldier without lend
Ing ear to rumors of what was going
on outside my province
I have noted since with sorrow that
these lying stories these calumnies
have found an echo In Europe It has
required the event In the Tramvaal
And the stories of the real cruelties
tommltted upon the Boer by Lord
Rotptrtii and the Isnglhh for Buropean
military writers to acknowledge that 1
never conducted myself In Cuba as the
llrltlili have done In South Africa Peo
pit are now beginning to do me justlee
The truth of the matter is that i
carried on the war In Cuba with the
rigor which war require You cannot
run tilts of courtesy and generosity
with rebel and half civilized negroes
like our revolted Cuban who Were
accustomed to massacre In horrible
fashion the soldiers they had captured
People should have seen our poor
Spanish soldiers those brave little soldiers I
dlers of nineteen and twenty year of
age fighting with the Cubans to un
derstand the real horror of that War
People would have to have seen the
excesses of which the Cubans were
guilty In the treatment of their prison
ers to have seen them torturing them
and putting them through a glow mar
tyHJom and mutilating their dead bod
Ies to understand the peculiar charac
ter of that war
But never mind that I did my du
ty ns a soldier and arn ready to do it
agajn M > best reply to my traducer
If the esteem and affection In which I
am held by the whole Spanish army
the mark of devotion which have at
way been lavished upon me by my
companion in arms both those In Cu
ua and those of the peninsula
Hxpialnltig his presence In the liberal
party General Weyler remarked that
it vns the reult of recent event
If Canovas were living I should
be tit his side 1 should be a soldier
pure and simple Rut there are ce
When the safety of ones country 0 f
H one to stifle ones feeling of repuc
rwhM and undertake a tart which one
wonld prefer to kave In the hand of
t Mr +
If Ihad been able to gather togeth
er a troriK conservatlve party after the
death of Canova I should have pre
vanfWl he loss of Cuba At the head
Of the Spanish troop which were then
In the Island I should have driven the
Americana into the sea The hasty
kvtee of American would never hive
men Able t < > copp with the Spaniard
I slioujd nwr have asked for a fleet
to be Sent to mr My resource down
here In Cuba I were quite ample
Gdntral Hlunco made terrible mli
Ukee lie concentrated all his troops
In Havana intend of adopting tactics
Which flrould have permitted him to de
votehtS efforts to the points threatened
by the American It would have been
easy to a > 1 SantUfo by dlwatchlnjr
there rwnfnrrpmenui nt IIn earlier
Btage and with greater rapidity
But It Is ton late now What the
good of crying Oa split milk Politics
lost ua our colonlw No blame what
ever eon attach to the army All that
It did was to obey orders It was in
no ulee responsible for our disaster
Today It it be nwewary for the good
of Spain for me In give my assistant
and my personal support to a political
party I will certainly do so If the
liberal party ned me to reconptltu
and undertak a campaign In confmmi
ty with Its traJlllone of liberty mutt I
progreeem I will give my help to il
liberal party but 1 will content to b <
a politician for ilx or dent mUll hA
only Immediately afterward I will
once again become a soldier that and
nothing more
It tI my opinion that if Marshal
Martinet Campo had rttBlned purely
and simply a soldier his fame would
have been all the graAttr
So far III the Carlitt movement li
concerned General tNtolir say It b
doomed to failure particularly in Cat
lonlaOarlltm said he no < longer baa
many partisans In Catalonia and the
reason Is thl The pesaunt and peo
ple living In the country were general
ly and are still more inclined to Car
Hat teas than all the other Now
the greater part of the agricultural this
trlr and particularly the winegrow
tag district have become owing to
the revival of the wlneyard of France
and to the phjrloxera which ha been
prevalent In Spain since 180 Industrial
district The peasant hu become an
artisan and from a Carllat tie ha de
veloped Into a socialIst republican
tinged It may be with anarchism Consequently
equently Don Carlo will not find him
Inclined to follow hill flag
1 believe the preaeiit CarlUt move
ment to be an absolute failure If I I
era mistaken and there should be a He
ine lo much the worse It mutt be
tlned without the low of a iflornent
and with the most pitiless energy 1
will use to that
Protection of Native Birds
Cambridge Mass Nov 10At the
hut day1 session of the Ornithologist
Union these papers were read on the
ubjttt of the prevention of the ruth
leaf killing of bird now prevalent
Wllnier Stone of Philadelphia spoke
on the Report of the A O U Com
mittee an the Protection of the North
American Birds William Dutcher
read a taper on the Reault of the
Special irotectlon to Gullp and Tern
Obtained Through the Iayer Fund
which he pointed out that the State
of Virginia Maryland New Jersey
New York and Maine afforded special
protection to bird Dr T 8 Palmer
spoke on The enforcement of the
Lt ICt The union voted to hold
Its next cdngrea at the American mu
seum of natural history In New York
city November H led
Tanrimig Down DCHOJ A rail
New Tork Nov 16A dozen men
with pickaxes crowbar and shovel
appeared at Madison Square at mid
night to begin the work of removing the
Dewey arch In a few minute the
laborer pulled away the heavy coating
of stalL around the base of the pedestal
situated on the park lido near Twenty
nfl street A ctowd collected around
lh men Relic hunters by the score
appeared and each sought to obtain
uflme section of live sculptured figure
of Victory which ornaments the
front of 1 the column The skeleton
of the column wa laid bare In a few
minute and the woodwork was torn
apart nail laid on th sidewalk The
work wa done under the direction of
f fortman highway of the department of streets
Wholesale Roily Snntohlnjr
Kotomaioo MidI Nov 11The au
thoriUe of tll city today were In
formed of a horrible case of wholesale
bodyanateblng which took place In the
Sprlnkbrook cemetery In Newaygo
county Nine bodies 1 fnr as known
at preent were exhumed and all but
one were those of person who had
died within the past year as follows
Mrs Carlotta EMredge aged 1 her
daughter Mildred t year old both of
whom died of typhoid fever Charles
James e year old Henry Houston
a mlddleued man Clarence Cole 17
yea old Don and Bertie Creators In
old rant and Mr George Bailey 6 yean
The ninth victim which II supposed
to Have been Mra Henry Knowlm al
though the body II In such a state of
deoojapoat A to be unrecognizable
WM dlsoowred In a hedge fence about
a quarterOf a mile from the cemetery
She died abut five Yen ago
The cemetery II in an Isolated pot
and up to Wednesday there had not
been a burial there for nearly three
weekd When Isaac BunIon the sex
tnu went to dig a grave yesterday the
discovery was mad and th < > remnant
Of the collins which seemed to have
been knocked apr 1th R ax were
strewn about the graveyard
VcbMskix I4eglaint urn Hopnlillcnn
Washington Nov 16 Anlatant Sec
retary of a itelkiejohn tonight
wired to the A now la ted Press aa fol
lowOmaha Neb Nov 15 IMOOmclal
count of Omaha D Douflaa county
h Just closed showing one Republi
can senator and seven representative
elected This give ua the organisation
of the house and senate n vote on
of Joint blot a constitutional majority
King Oscar Ill
Paris Nov 18Private but mOt
trustworthy Information ha been re
ceived r that King Oscar of Sweden
I In a very low state of health 11
recent brain attack It la added de
prived him of his memory and he
seem unable to recuperate The fact
are being auppnht pd
Positively cured by tlicso
Little Pills
They ato relieve I > i tress from Dyiprpjti
Indigestion an4 Too llfartjr 1jttag A p
feet remedy for thzmxu Juuiea Drowrf
ne IJadTttteln the Mouth Coated Tongue
Pain In tlw Side TORPID LIVER Thy
Regulate the Dowls Iy Vegetable
Small PHI Small Prlco SmnH Doso
The Professor of Economics Has
lr Stanford llrnclinl llrr IrQhlQII
Only Alter IHIIR uud Hdruml
Stanford University 01 MOT U
Dr Edward ROM head profeaeor 11
the department of economic ana 1
olofry at Stanford Unlvenltf has re
Igned and will sever his connection
with the university In a few weeks
Th resIgnatIon which wa unexpected
hu caused quite a centation In uni
versity circle where Dr Rom was ex
tremely popular
In his formal letter of resignation Dr
ROM intimate that he wu being
forced out of the university by Mr
Stanford who ha taken exception to
statement made by him In his pubic
addresses on sociological and economic
question He further said that M
Stanford wej prompted by certain POW
erful persons and commercial Interest
In San Francisco Dr floss has been
connected with the university for seven
year Several of the faculty haw
taken sides with Dr ROM notably
Dr Howard head of the history de
Dr Jordan president of the univer
sity laid today In regard to th res
ignation of D Itoss It is right that I
should make further statement There
II not the slightest evidence that Te
a martyr to freedom of speech Nor
is then any reason to believe that his
withdrinal hag ben due to any pres
sure of capital or any other sinister
Inriuen I know that Mr Stanfords
decision wa reached only after
long a id earnest consideratIon and thAt
its motive wa the welfare of the wit
versity and that alone To quote bier
own word My decision h1 not been
the remit of any hasty conclusion but
o disappointment reflection And
prayer Rn
Dr Jordan say The sentence
quoted in a San Francis morning
paper to the effect that men of large
interest eastern financier M n rule
have had a part In the determining of
the relation of Dr Rose lion which
I cannot accept 8 having been uttered
by me The Interests to which the re
porter meant to refer were Interests In
economic science not In finance
Upon being shown Dr Jordan tate
ment Dr ROM dictated the following
Dr Jordan know vastly more than I
do as to r Stanford motive and
what he says i a conclusive a fa as I
am Concerne In my original tate
ment which was carefully prepared
and II strictly conec I said I have long
been aware that my every appearance
In public drew upon me the hostile
mention of certain powerful persons
end interest In San Francisco and re
doubled their effort to b rid of me
I etate this let It should be sup
Pl I did not realise the risks I
ran I as Dr Jordan My I was not
this pressure hut other motive that
Influenced Mr Stanford I ala tht
know I
tl II absolutely certain however
that the freedom of speech II Inrolveti
not In my appearance personality or
character but nolely In my nonpartisan
scientific utterance have been the root
of Mr Sanford dltruct of m
Supplementing his former utter
ance upon the subject of Dr Rosss
dismissal Dr Howard today addressed
his class in history upon the matter and
his address form the moat sensational
statement that has yet hen delivered
In the Ross controversy The entire
hour of the clam wa given up to tho
dissuasion of Free speech Dr How
ard arraigned the Influences that
brought the dismissal of the professor
He concluded his speech with this sin
national utterance I do not bow
down to Saint Market Street I do nor
doff my hat to the Six Comjianle
neither Oil nm I afraid of the Standard
The Ban Francisco Alumni associa
tion has taken Prof Roe
takn up RO resigna
tion with the avowed purpose of ex
pressing It as their
ls opinion that the
welfare of the university If IU future Is
to b considered Is above I personal
difference leading to the resignation of
a prnfowmr Frank V l
Ilrk Kesstins repre
senting the ateoelatlon sys rep
While the alumni sympathies with
Rom tn hi predicament we cannot but
1M that Mr Stanfords reasons art
good and sufficient and there I an end
of It There II n doubt In the minds
of the alumni that Dr ROM has been
Indiscreet The personal reasons we
have found to lie In Dr Rose frenuent
deroratory ford reference to Senator Stan
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