Newspaper Page Text
r- " T,.
THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. NINETY-EIGHTH YEAR. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1905. TKMMTUN Ada nor. GOOO-PAYWG tmfcti answer ftesmbae ' j ! Warn Ate tnaertea to tawV Koaat (or Bent Goliuaaa. rKLijht "J oatnlM. nmt CM. SUMMARY OF The St. Louis Republic Friday. Oetober C. 0. THE WEATHER. FAIR TO-IIAV. Kccait ffr St l.-uls eand Vi cinity Fair to-day. variable wtris. For Mi.sourl Fair ta-day ar.a to-n5jfTo. Yeraterdas'a Condition.. Watrer: Cl-ar T:mTafjr: Maximum, s; Irr- rrlnimum. 2 degrees V.'lr.d. lUr-M'.ii. sout.1 sre.t to -outh- mixlmusi velocity, eljtht ml!- an l.ur ai 7 a. m. I'reclj.lt.tlon Non Hniildlty: Maximum. SI r-r rnt at 7 a. m . i3 per cent at 7 I" m. Barnt-r-At I a rn . eii Inch.; Rt 7 p. in.. 3iy. in-h Stages of tile river. Its feet at 7 a. ra. A.M. 6-e f-7 -TO JO -75 n-: M. 1I-7G P.M. 1-T : r -.' f CJ i w) i fiir.rlse. .-". surt"t. l:K: Ir.rth I ef day, 11 4. mfon sets. mM- ' V nirht; firs' nuairier. ihu.!w -: , iri full moon. 0-tnfcr II: lasi o-iar- ter frtcbr 21. new rr.oon. Octo- A.M. Wh!ir,oc Oct. S Korraf Inllana ana Hllr.oi-I"a!r to-djy ar.J to-morrow, fresh eart to soWi wtni.. Eastern Texas-l'artly cloudy Friday an Saturday: Itght fre-h norths.: to -sst wlrfls. Nbraka-r!r to-5ay. to-in&rrcw. fair ant enoltr. Kansas, OUahorra. Indian Trrltrry an! Ar kanaaa Fair to-alay. to-morrow, fair ar.1 mol ar In north portion. WAST AIM 0a Paste 1A aid 11. Birth. Marriage 4 Barlal Rrrorda aad r Cnrnae satlaaa Paaje in. Death Xotlcessi a Pace T. aaeBl Matrratrata 01 face S. FEATTKES OT TO-DAVS 5JEWS. Pas. J.Wabaah Plht Des-elopraeate. Vaadleer Diseases tatate. RcbMl Saperlateadeat ladle ted. laaaraare Caaapalaa Doaatloaa. 3.1adlaa Territory School Faad. X. Ilelleerllle Elopers Twice Married. 4.MnkrMi Deelsloa Awaited. Sprasrae eTaae Illaatlaaed. CJadaj Hary Takea laaar. Thief hih . Feara HI a a Flaaaee. T. Plaaa far Prealdeafa Vlall. R. Harae Mow Katrlea. FreaBaaea Hale Rescladed. . Drarr IHvaree Salt. Gaaiea Haalaeaa ferret. 14. llaaler !N ela'a Trial. WAMIIXC.TO. rWti rlnb offlcni or Inillan Torrltorr wnt Oo-ernmnt to ur Chickasaw nrul Choctaw waTri;atil landa. mrnv to l t.set for echool fund. I'AGE 2. FOREinX. Th nranl Puk f-rll of Ttu:a and th aivorc'i! Grand Dch'i Victoria of Ho3 v:r mirti"d l'AOE 4 inrAi. An iiirHn. iluxinw Mcn'n Iaicue icilw! to hive fr-j-lirldr and onil Iu dlcus'-d nt t!." nrat rmrtlnc by ficlalL't. I'AGB II. Humana Society rfe''''nt wor out a warrant for rmbrzilernnit nijaltirt tlta n clty's fornix attorney. I'AG 17 ll. rt- man committal suicide and an ntlitr mt arcldTital death In railway yar.Ii. I'AGn 14. Jcdira Harrry taks IfMie with Circuit Attorney ehjrer. ; I'AO" C"a aealnst Fepator Frank I'arrla May oon ba at for haartn. rollowlnr confer ence of Circuit Attorney and Attorney OeneraL PAGE 11 Mra. Tereaa Drury of East Bt- laoula ap plies for a dlrorce. al'.eclna; crul tr-at-nent. TAGE 8t. Clair County Hoard of Hevlow will try to raak. a ta imr.t nrainit the St. Ixrjls ar.l East St. l.oul Electric lUIIroad. PAGE i. A coup'a who elop-l to rtellevllle will 1-e marrle,l a acor.d time. PAGE 3. Ta1f atrals Doctor Henry J. Bcherk- fcorae and bumcy. which h abandons for F O. Sawyer' horn and phaeton. I'AGE 5. "aaa of Mr. SrrajTJe. charged with rtli rharslna; a firearm in .hooting at Georse Morton, win dt:r.lsd. TAGE . 1 to ar.l of Health l:aa qutlon of health ful neaa of mufhroom farm to decide. Many cUlter.a who lh to entnte in busl- ess ar-alt ou'een - I'AGE I ;i:m:hi. ioMr.Tic. Th- Damocrata of N Tork tenomlr.te MrClellan for l!aor. PAGE J. Velvllla E Incalla 1. to he.i 1 the -om-riitt of the National CUlC Pejeratlon wtilrh ll Investitive muti!c!rl omit h!i ' PAGE o. Th. frealient 'f the Pourth NatIot.il Hank of New York say. he fejr.. 1W hont tn hlKh idace. win ruin the mor n rf the rountry. PAGE t. .w Orlrati. believe, that many ear of orrtlra- fer r Included In the offlcli! tt,o't on the protfrr.. of the tn- malady. PAGE 7 fsi. fir the reii'.on apd entertain- rr.nt of Pr.ldent Koo-velt on Ihe o."ca- trin of hl ltlt to Nr Orleans are an- r, PAGE 7. Pete'ainr. re-art!!nr the Mutual 1J7 t h' Cetnt'.inv nT- brouchl out at I -.. ,n uf til' !-tla!Hf Inveltk'Jt- ' r "omrr.ltir. It New lor. PAdr. I r- r-r r th- mirder of Attorr. aatr"--.! f a'amhrldire IU . croxs .tronier. ar.l t 'hev-ry J-realls that te klllel t r' ' 'lI PAGE I. A3.,' r-r Pur.rlnteri Jert Vandfver alts roAr 'itu'e by srhlch h" Is authorlirM -.xr'' fr'r Srate ary forelin triar.in"e ccnr-ii" sW.-h h b"lteves to tm earrylnc n it. business imfrci-rty PAGE L llamsey Bnnmi8" that he t!t tk Ohio rrt I arrant l'ir.,r fr Wabsh , l-.-tlon nt ToleOa PAGE t It H.Hllll. nmev d'-rX'l 'n't l;to e ectd fs. tient of UaSMh PAGE V i-mt m:. 7 lrot. r.d Whit ut ttla Seal series a Srsrtnnn' PatV te-day PAGE I S' la s will be treri! rprrn:e.l in llcrse fhviw exhlblttori PAGE Vsina:teJi Vartersity faralty wia al low freh.-ea tu ?Ur football. (PACC 1. :r. E.tti J dffttfvl ta tealteil ten nis round fcf Mrs. CUrk- PAGE Ethel" PrsJ- Jn Traasylranl trettlsc atake at l-ealncton. PAGE 1 KactiUy cf Wahlctoa ValTrrsUy abotIS rti'r a-alt: frshrss rlajtee oc teati. PACE . BANK ROBBERS GET SSZOO. CrJclJMtioa Are Succtusful at SpringdcUL S. I. Pjirfaurfleld. F. t. CVt. i Bl: w re 2 ar-J 1 o"Iek this aorrlae burclar entered the Bar.k cf Srttr.nrltK! and blew erxa th dcs cf th vault. The isaraudm tock U :h cath there ERA OF THE Cai Girardeau's Popnlation In creased More Than 100 Per Cent in Five Yearn. RAILWAYS AND THEBES BRIDGE Commercial Growth Unsurpassed Uent Normal School Pl.mt in Stat.' Federal Court Ojiens Monday. nr a FTArr coi:nEFPor.-7)ENT. fa; Girardeau. Mo. at. 3. Cape Glranleau If IV) years old anil 5 yeara yoanit. In February n-xt the centennial of the bulidin? of the foundations of the fjmous oil town nill b celebrated, and about tht- -aw tlm of th- year th tlfth anniversary nt thr real awakenlnc of the o'ty. mark-! by tli bulldlnat of thres railway systems whej tlie't- was but one before, will come nlonjr. For nln'-ty-five vear the Cape plodded alonj; the lines originally laid dnwn by the first French settler, adopted and adapted later by the Germans, who controlled the destinies of the settlemtnt and the sur roundlr.E countrj. For the last Ave jea-s the mol;rn busi ness and commercial spirit has dominated siff.i'rs. younger penf-ratlons have Jumped to the fore and. while there Is a. sufficiency f the old readme to add the very desir able quality of .stability and conserva tism to th city affairs, the Capo hai natur ally ar.d syst matlrally rtepped Into Its conceded iioItlon aa the metropolis of Southeast M:sauurl. One of the flrt communities of Missouri to upjar on the map and to ataln renown In other parts of the world, comparatively little w.ih done in developing the advan tages which are apparent to even the ca&ual passerby, until the revival of ac tivity which was born with the new cen tury half h decadn incv. What has been alone and what Is dotnB compel the other Inhabitants to stand In awe. ar.d th a-tory of the growth the Capa since tho Caj "Rot busy" has much, apparently, of the tuh-tance if the fairy tale. A lsit to the bustling. U.stlir.B city of 12,'U) persons will cor roborate anythliiB which may be stated. It Is raited Cape Girardeau because It Is not a ca The Cai p.irt of the name of the rlt ronio as th- result of a lonK neck of stony racf. which stuck out Into the. Mls"4-s.Mil lona: var- aa;o. and which was In vida-r.ca' until the L'nita-d States rlvir Itiiprnvfinent steamers came alonic. Th 'Vol"-" was three tulles above the site of tin- city and was removed years aa;o by the dredgers. The latter part of the name !3 d-rUed from one UeGlrardot. who was an othcar in the French Army at Kas-kaskla. and wiio ijt. r managed an Indian trndinat poa-l at El; Uend. near the old "cape." Historical associations are connected with almost every li.ock of ground with in tho city limits'. D.' Soto. Marquette, all the arly explorers of the Missis sippi, slopped at the Cap on their Jour ntys ithc-r up or down the rler. At the i-oir.t where Le Solo Is nel'.eved to have astnblished his camp, a dozen Mississippi packets tie up each week and load ar.d unload tons of freight. The latter-day class of business men are paylraj little attention to when and where the early voyagers pitched their tents. The commercial birth of the city ! co incident with the Lu'.ldtng of the railway llns. Within fhe jears threw lines aif railway have been crr.structed Into th9 Cape, and durlnff the same five jear. the population has Increased mu?h over 1 per cent, the hanking capital and deposits HM per cent, the Post-Offlce business SV per cent nd the activity and public spirit of the citizen l.(" per cent. The division ;n)int of the Frt-o s aula line between St. Iouis and Memphis i. at th Cape, nni eitonie repair shops of the ustcxn are maintained. To impor tant bran- hs lead t Caruthrville ar.d to Iloxle. Ark. Th- Caje Girardeau ar.d Chester 1 one of the II urk lines which Is tarring th lead country of ?:. Francois and Madison cour.tl'. and is bcinu cxtenJed southward to the Therms bridge, where it Is the ex pect itinti that Ue.t ctmnectlon will be made between the Ill.noia Central and Ihe Cape. The Truco has n line tn the Thebes bridce. which 1 eleen miles below the Cap-, ard between the two llr.e. :mmeIl aale trsrlio connections are made with the iron Mountain. Cotton Helt. Illinois C-n-tral. Fnco and Chicago and Eistern Illi nois, opening up r-ictiraUy alt the outh-wa-t to Cape ctrarle&u manufacturer' up I giving access to the Kt acros the brtd;e I "If la w'aat is s-ald b railroad men r.r.1 rereentatues cf commercial Hilerjtife.. the Ti.ebes llrldce Is evidently erefe,i to tweome thas hlchway of tratle l-'atei. ii.e HvHUhwest and the lias;. ilrtvaeen the "api and ttle i .'.d of the bridce. several towns jtre b'lnc built. a'haflee. fu-jr miles from ttje hrl-l-. j. i. tnar laid out with concrete walks two miles In length and concrete pavlr.a; ml not a residence In siK!' Out en th rivvr bottom prsctScatiy The plans for th town lnc''de miles of side tnrk and many lmprovemen: to tr- constructed i,y the rallna) rurh work s this I. not belleva-d T-y Cape Glrardau tnea to t-e threat. nlr. the futar growth of thiir town, but rather to promise further leaps in population and rasnafactutes. The ldf- l that the extensive freight rp4 ar.d temfcals j. lrnpty for the transftr f freicht between th cennect tnc lints without the necessity of the haul to the Cpe rv' back ayxlr. where there are a rad xtensiv tra-kage fjciittl'S. At t rrrwnt :!n and Mr the lat two years rer.dlUar.s have l-vn much th same. It i saKI. families are f.gbtinc for pUres to aire tn Cp- Glrardraa. Con trrtrs ate refestag t take on addltlvr.i! ba::tis. aad there is an abs!u:e house famine Few ef the cr house. ar ts.ed bsr less than !o famlUes. A harried drivs tr tc r(y brcughi !sto tiew Jeat lo dejee t'Cts. which are Fhelterlrg faa!l! walttsr fr tfc-!r hom to be cecnpite.I VocId-b reter. crcwd th Office of th- rl tate agents. wao have r.tt ha4 hue ia tti in mosth. In evry qcarfer cf tew- house. r btnc i:hev' to cen-ptlc-i as raptily as rv.ls. acd It U eal:d that the - k". ar ratd before the fjuaiatlar.s are laid. Ore ! block, w hteh wBl ccotxla clr.e stcr-s. s Ja p recess ci balldiag and there Is as much cf a drraaad for ccx-rci! recta a tters- t fcr residences. Caallaaerd Pas Twas. SOUTHWEST SCHOOLS ARE PRIDE I OF CAPE GIRARDEAU. I Tlie pride of the citizens of Cape Girardeau centers about the MI- souri State Norma! School for th- Third District. The buildings Include Academic s Hal!, which Is said to be the finest college building west of the Misis- 4 sippl Ui-er. universities and all. d It Is not yet completed. The Sclancv building. Training ShooI. Mr.iital Training building d ana! powiT-hcusa; and two dornilto- ries. ere each for men and women. d oomplete 111" quadrangle which d overlooks a magnificent view cf the s Mlssissii M Valley for miles in either direction. s St. Vln-ent's College Is one of the d best known Catholic institutions In s the West. It was incorporated in 152. and has glwn to the world such mn ns Archbishop Harty of Ma- s nlla. Dislmp Ilonacum of Lincoln. s Ei.sl.op Hennessey of Wichita, the 4 I'everend Father l. S. I'lielan of s the St. I7uls Watchman, the Ilev- d erend P Cronln a.f the c.-itholic s Union and Edward S. llo-h, late of sj the Iyiulsiana Purchase Kxposltlon. d B SUPT. VANDIVER MAY REVOKE CERTIFICATE Discovers Statute Giving Him Authority to Exclude Insur ance Companies From Statv. WATCHING N. Y. LIFE INQUIRY. Says Unless Ohjnrtionalile Ofti vrs Are Removed and Misap propriated Funds Restored Company Will Re Shut Out. ssSsssssSsssss. 4 STATITF. I'SfUKK Ullltll d s VAMHVKR 1AV I'lUM'KED. Sec. 2i JxiuIsi..n a.f Foralgn d Companies Wherever It shall ap d pear ta the Superintandetit aif the s insurance- Da parlin-nt from an ix s amlnatlon rr.r.de by hlmsadf. or from the report of the person or p. rsor.s appoints by him. or from th d statements of the company, that Hi st affairs of nny ln-urane comrativ d not Incorporated by the laws of this s Slate, and alflrig In thU State anv I business nrr.tioiud In this clnptar. d are in an unround condition. ar that d i-ueh compnny is In.adv.-nt. 'r that d its capital air fund is impaira-d. Ir whenever, from any knowledge air lr.fir.- !or in his it-K.-stloii. siiela ts Surrintenaknt l:ns reasonable mus.. d to suspect that tha- further continu d nnca by said company in business Is s d harardous to tlie public, air ta tims- s holling Its pa.licla-s. the Superln- d tendent may suspend or revoke the d certificate of autliorily gnintcd to d such company, and shall caus a no- s tic- of surh sus;ensIon or revaica- d tlon to be rv.Iltshal once a ws-k or d oftener for nt least four weeks In d some newspaper published In th- s city a,f ?t. I-rls: and such company s nnd tlie egent or agents aif wh s company are. after Mich suspension. s or tevaacatlon anal notice, ri quired ta discontinue th- issuing of any s new polios, or ti.- collection of d any except renewal premiums IJo- d vised Statiitev of Mlssouti. lv.?. ItEPt'IlMC SPKCIAU Jefferson City. Mo. Ot. 5-l!iuranee ! sJaperlnter.dent Var.dlv.-r said to-n'ght that j he haa found u section af the statutes ; , which gives him the authority to drive . , any insurance company from the Stat- jf ; he finds, it is not cond-n-tinc its business Irrofiiy. without jroeeadirg through tlie Attorney General in the courts. The sec- i tlon referred to is No. J'M2 of the It-v.rd , StatUta's. Unless the New York I.f- fr.sur.mce Company removes its objectionable officers and makes restitution of th- misapproprl- ! ated funds 3t once It is praitieally aertaln thit it will be shut out of th- State of ' Missouri by order "of Mr. Vandlver. Mr. Vandlver sa; that lie has be-n watching th- legislative inquiry in Nw York city and he is ready to act when ever he thinks it ndv.sil.Ie to do w. That action will If. taken I J the Mis sourl depurtr..er.t is cettaln. but the tlate of such action has ,ot t been deter mined. It is trobable that when the oiil-r la issued thirty alajs will be given tie New York IJSe la which to comrl v.t.h the order t;efur the Una! order ajf ai. pension is made. VANDIVEP.S STATEMENT. S p-rlntendent Vandlver to-night cave out the following statement: Tlie:- are otnarr Cwn?i:ii mat may have to I- dealt with b lde th- New York Life. .J. theref-are. I think it is important that whatever action Is tieker. shall tx carfi.l. considered, so that con- itency ma mark she treatmen oil the j wy throuach. j "The New York Uf doe a le.rge bus!- j nesa in Missouri, h-nlng collected lat year , la premium, from po!") holder In th Stcie t2.eaj.-3i if .-oure, whatever ac tion is takn will affe.-t only the new . business cf the companies and enn have no bearing upon a contract already isu-d. but it is evident in dealing with J im portant a subject there should be no hasty or ISI-conc-lved action taken. jlrat. imraediate revecatioa of the li cense." "A-ccr-J. t'pcrary suspeaIoa cf the cor-par.y. ;-r.dirg- -, further !avee:igtIoa "Third, far the SupertetenJaat to de- raanj a clJic aif asaaacerafat. and the I refan-dins; of the Issued aoacy. cc loth. glv!r. the ecrapasy a racaab: time to cora-sy srtth th demand, and if the c- ZSfteTS leolf: ! VV?'LtVt'llV.??.' ?i swsa .-wU '- Tsns ... af SI7.T CL14 FO SssS-mhi. New Terk. Crt. S. A scat on the New York Stock Exchange wat 4 sold taxiay for & a cew h!-h reccrai- B adjes.s,asga,taaas;f;at,a0 EMBEZZLEWtKTAHD FORGERY CHARGES AGAINST EDUCATOR Professor Newton C Dough erty, Head of Peoria Schools, Arrested Aft er Indictment. SHORTAGE AT LEAST $75,000. Further Investigation Expected to Korea 1 Greater Disci leii- cics in School Board l'oolcs. IS BANKER AND CAPITALIST. Itesigus Official Positions Willi Several Financial Institu tions Has National Jtcp utation as Teacher. r.EITIlUC MTXTIAL. 1'eoiia. III.. Oct. 5. Newton C. Dousher ty, for twenty years sui-rlntemls.t of the Ptona schools, ki.own throughout Central Illinois as a wealthy man and of hih standing in educat:iii:il circUs. was to day indicted by tha- Grand Jury for forgery and einl-a-zzlement if school funds. as takan into ctietoaly. on 1 grve bond on two ulfferett Indii.tux nts. JJ.'s In one case and Jl'.Tw in another. Th- Grand Jury's invsllgatlons egtenaed , back to January 1. llsM. Within that space of time a shortage of 7.l" was discov er! d. The further discovery was made that the ptrulatltKis) have been extending over a long terms cf yoar The shortage is eg Pctel to raach hundreds .cf thousands of loll.irs. I'llllMIXEXT l FIXAriAI. AMI Kill CATIOXAt, CIHCI.KS. Professor Dougherty was president of the Peori.i Notional Ilar.k. He resigned this afternoon. He owns valuahle property in IVorla. in I-ist St. Louis nnd in St. Isu:s; has acquired a ronslderable amount aaf Watern land, nnd was regardel as a ery wealthy man. No laoily of educators hJs met of late J years where Dougherty was not present. lie was formerly president of Ihe National Educational Association, and was among th- foremost citizens of the aitv. Mr. Dotigha-rty is trust, e a-.f .1 fund of 1173.00 for the National Educational Asso ciation. Ha is a clns.. frierd aif Nicholas Murray Puller, president of the Columbia University of New York, and has been for years recinled a ame of the foremost a-ducatlenal m. 11 In th- country. ' llfslde. bclrg presddent of the IVorla Na- . tlonal Hank. Mr. Dougherty was a heavy stockholder In the Dime Savings nnd Trust Company, the Title nnd Trust Company. the Peoria I Jvery. Company and raveral other concerns. MAY WKTIIODH AM.EfiEO i sKrrnin 973.41.1n. It Is chargeal In the Indictment that by forgery and false manipulation of the Sc.lool Hoard bed: and K-ink books I7;.0 ' has lietn miiapproprlated. This. It Is nllegeal. wns alone by f.it. footings in the cash hook of the bank, by the raising of school script, by padding the school pay roll with fictitious names and by pnjir.g the teachers In coin, giving, in some instances, n 1 1" salary when KS a.r l"0 was appropriated for the teacher by the board, liaised .-rlpt was another means rm l ploytsl. anil false Mils were used for his purpose In one Instanre a bill for 11.10 was raise.! to 11.110. A bill for 137 was audited by th- School Hoard and ordered paid. The bill was raised to J3.7W). out of which the original ' amount was paid. The stub In the chaek Ik il: showa the original was drawn for I.IIsM) .11 RV ltKTllt V llll.l. ril.tHGIXU FOHfiKHV. Shortly after II ovlo-k the jury r.led !nte tlie ecrrtroe-.m. where Jud Worth ington wa ready to receives their me-saag-. The re;.rt was n stngle true bill against Dougherty, charging forgery An order of arre't was lssue;J Imm'-dlately. The document wa.s girn to Deputy Sheriff Hunt to .erve .and he set out at once. lie met Mr. Dougherty nt the cor ner a.f Madlsvii avenue and Hamilton street. "I have a warrant for your arrest. Mr. Dougherty." ald the onicer. j "U hat's that forT' a-ked Mr. i ty in a; parent surprise 'It filirges J oil With the forgery." "Viiit shall we do?" inquired Dougher crimfl of Dougher- t). atte r h pause "I'-erna- lack t- th- Sheriff's ofllce. nnd j give bad and we wca't licl; j-ou up." re f plieNl the aleputy WALKS ,-iu cm RTHIIIsK ' si.Mi si:iki:sj uu.m)mi:v. J leiughe-ty walkas! to the Courthouse and entered the office of the State Attorney, i He.- went to the telephone and called up the title nnd trust company, nnd In a short time Mr Eliot Caltenler appeared, together with Dougherty's m j Just before noon Attorneys Weil and Jark hrpeared. totuher with Sumner ' Clarke The li nd for Bjl.) was then given. t Messrs Clarke. Calender and Dougherty j jr filing the srftedule The r.ews of his arrest rrreid like wildfire, and created th- greatest excite ment I'fOpie could not believe t. Altha sh there have !--en rum'r r.f the gravest character for om- time past, the friend of the f.r.acc!r were Ioy.il to him. stilt UK alillll WAKE UtMIU V ailUHTAGK. a Shortly before hi. arrest as. when It was known tht he would be apprehended. . jrof.i"-or Dougherty state.! that if the . lsvesthcation shewed a shortage he would makett gatd He said that he would stay right in I'e-orla: that It a here that he had been honored, and here he would stand trial He wa sen immediately. af his ar rest, but declined to make say further i itatsr.t for putlieatlcn. J aaw GREELETS SUPPORTER DEAD. Man Who Nominated Him Found Ufelei in IVarn. f a mr.gfcaratoa. N. T.. Oct- t-Lcui. Car- r-Xc!je!. tr whom hltorr gives cre.Jlt s ( tor the comhtatloa of Horace Greeley for afthe presldericy In 1172. was foand deal ( - a barn at Sycaey. N. T.. j-tsterday. fj j ut -u m rears ou. RAMSEY INJUNOTION UP IN ST. LOUIS m INSPECTORS LEGAL ACTION IS Deposed President of the Wa bash Says That the Meet ing Which Ousted Him Was Not Legal GEORGE J. GOULD PRESIDED. Stated That Rameys Action and Attitude Were Unprecedent ' ed in Railroad nistorv. EXCITING SCENE AT SESSION. Ramsey Made Emphatic Protest Against Proceedings en J round That Due Notice Had Not Reen Given. Kasaaey'a attaraeya will aak Oalo. rnurla to aaasilat laaaaararlara to a perTlae ike vatlas; at tlie Tolala mrellaai Taeaaday. inalda stave yeaterday will keest Ramsey frost prealdlas; at slaefcaold era saapeilaa; at Toledo. Mlsaoarl rarlae aad Iroa Moaatala allaraeya aad oaU-lala are sasasaoaed to appear aa wllaeaaes oa Haatea behalf, oa tlie eaaeatloa of awarrahlp of Wabash aarrarltlea. After yamterday'a aeaaaatloaal elear tlon la Xrw lark. Haaaaey aad De Inao shook haada aad Haairy with drew: Delano a that be la aot a Inwser. bat that saea who are law sera agree that artloa was resralar. The liasaarr party- aaya that It waa aot. KKITIIUC Si'Ka'IAlT New York. x-t. 3-Evid( ntly made ap-preha-nsive by the steps taken and the praiceeslings cronU-mphited by Joseph Itim sey Jr.. to wiest control of the Wabash ratlruael fnjm the: Gould Interests t the Ta.ledo me-cting. directors of the Wabash met teday. and. by a bire majority. adopteMl a resolution removing lilm from the presidency of the mad and Installing riraslerlck A. IK-lacu. vice president, in his place. Mrv Ramsey, who had been adlsed on Wedii?sdav night tliat Mr. Gould' ad visers were determined lo oust him. re ceived a r.otl.-a- this morning ihat a dt-re-tors' meetlr-r was to b- held nt No. 131 IJroadvvay. a When he enter red the boaM room he rep. ra-se-nted a minority of one. ns agaln.-t seve n oth r allre-ctors. who were arrayed against him. Among his opponents were Ga-eirge J. Gould, ehlirnnn aif the NeapJ; Edvvari! T. Jeffery. president a.f the West ern Pacific: Frederick A. lv-lono. Winslow S Pierce. Mr. Got;M' K-rsonnl eMnnse-I: Edgar T. Well's and other Gould adher ents. Mr. Gould presided .if the meeting. A resolution was at ona-e lutrerluce-d author izing the removal of Mr. ICamsny as prs elent on th- fe-rnurM that li- lind matle an attack on the Wabash Ilnllroad to the impairment of Its Interest.. Jt whs state 1 that the .ictlefi taken by Mr. !Samey at:! the attitude he assumed were altogether unprece-dentrd In rallrantj history. KAMsKV PROTESTED a;i..t lir.sol.l TIUX. Mr. Hams-v spram: tn his fe;. protest ing asMlnst the a.lcpti.in of the re-sol'i-tlon. He Informed the ellrectors that he ra-gr.rele.1 th'lr action as Illegal. Thar by laws of the comp-iny. h- polnt.-.l out. dis tinctly state-el thnt a written notice of a ellrectors" tnes-ting must b- sent out Jive elnys liefore the meeting was held. He understood that the notices had be-.tja,'nt only th- r.Ight before. No resjxensp was made to th- president's protest, however, arid the resolution was uiliipted. placing Mr Dalanu at the head of the Wabash System. Th- eiepose-d piesldent smllel pnd sh'x.k hands with his suece.scr. but at once left the bojrd raom in considrraMe agitation. When set ti later at the tfflce of his counsel. Appltton D. Palmer, at No l'ju llro.i.lnay. Mr Humsc-y said that he was convinced that the director had eie-edcd their authority. He admitted that he con. template.l some form of legnl action. tte nature cf which he would not allvulge At the Wabish olllces. Mr ei.,,ii.a - i Mr Jeffery refused to be seen or ti make a statement regarding the mttr. Mr Ixlano. however, whee had taken jos.es ilon of Mr Itainsey'r ofllce. saJ.1: "I do not wlh to be regarded a. havlrg taken an ictlve part In remejving Mr llamsey. Uv and I have always tn good frler.d "As regards his statement as lo the il legality of the board' action. I "can einly point out that nelthar Mr Ramsey nor myself are lawyers There wer- several very roo! awyers present, however. The meeting was an adjournment of the one held en Mcndiy It wa ag.i!n adjourned Indefinitely tavdiy. but em be rall.-d at iny time bv Mr Gould, th- chairman wiiv i.ot i.u :ri:o HA4i:i'a HI'.MUVIL. It Is unlerstood that the reino'jtt cf Mr finmsey w s decide,! on by the. Gould In terests with the object of pirrrr.tirg him from presiding at th- stockholders' an nual meeting ot Tol-Jo on October Mr Rair.se announces that h- win be pres ent at the raetlne. nvrthe!e... and will insist en exe-clslng hi. datle. aa ! rights as head of the Wabish Syitem Mr Rarrey atilt asaerta his conviction that hr will be able to present a ma jority of jrcxles at th- meeting, a !m- ! liar claim Is made by the Gould Intere.t. There are outsfaadlnr about noonotn worth of Wabaah seararttles! with roticg powr. cor.sl.lng of corniroc and pr--ferrrd stock arcour.tlrg to ttZMiift) de benture A bonds of CJeTO.W and txS'A ir la debenture It bend.. It It estimated that at Inn T.ir).iyr, worth cf stork and bends may l-r tied up by the taJuncJoa proceeding i la ss. LefTCla. The Ramsey Interesu conterntlate eon- CaMclafjasaa sa Tkrar. AGAINST OLDS PROPOSED CASE TO-DAY; ELECTION d .i a a a e F. A. DBUNO. Who yesterday wan rlectctl president of the W.ibash to superce-d,. Ihvmsey. Ii will (ill tho unexpired term, which en.! October ;u. when a n-'w election will be held. RAMSEY INVOKES THE OHIO T Notifies Wabash Officials That He Will Have Inspectors at Election. SOLICITORS ARE SUMMONED. Cochran and lllodgett Subpoenaed to Testify for Ramsey Ireland and Schuyler Instruct.'d to Produce the Rooks. mHHMMM as sy leaimm; i:vets ix a HAdSEV-.ni'I.n CONTEST. s s Moml.iy-Wibasli directors Impose s s prolong-d leave aif abser.ea- on Mr. s ab ltam-ey :'.g;!lnst his preilest. s ah TueSalay Mr. Kamey hfglns In- s s Junction pra-aVeMlrg In St. le.uis. ab ab Wedne'falr.y Dcyetlvs follow Mr. s A IL-ams,..- Missouri's Attorne-v- Gen- ef s ml proposes to Interfere la Wu- af eb bash matters. eb Thurseiay Directors rrnieive Mr. i IJjmsry us president and Install ab a Freel.rick A. IJelama in his place, ab eb Friday IiiJuneilon pre.,.dlngs tea ab eb be argu-el Is-fora' Judge Taylor In eb eb St. Louis. eb eb Ne'Xt Turei.y -Annual meeting aif eb eb stockholders and election aif ellre-ct- eft eb airs nt Toledo, O. ab b Saon after the news had lieaii reelveil in St. I)u!s yesterday of th- deposing ot Joseph !!i'my Jr. from the presidency of the WaLiesh ltai!r.ial at ji meeting of the Hoard of Directors In New Ye.rk. At torrey Frederic !c W I-edirn;i:in and S.un Ihmanu rerveal itotkee u;oti J!ie otilchils aif the road that Mr. Itamsey would ask the Ohio courts e:i Saturday lo :ipi;:nt Inspeeto-s fir the election next Tuesday .at Toledo. The -lunltlcince a.f tills action Is thst Mr. RamsT proposes t vote proxies u:i el r the privilege- eff.-re el by tlie- Ohio law An uniual development In connectte.n with the Injunction suit of Pre-Mvnt Itim--ey. to re-stniin the voting eif W.il.a-1: s-- 1 rarities by th- Missouri Pacille and the Iron Mfluiituln. which tnill will Le heari! this morning by Jud-e TaIor In th- St laouls Circuit Court, was the summoning yesterday as wltr.ess In Mr ltamy's ll.jlf e.f General Solicited A. el. I'aN'hrati of th- Missouri Pacific ana! the lrn Moun tain, of Genernl Solicitor Wells II Hi.el gett or th- Wabnh Rallre-ad and ef Auditair S. U Schuyler of the Ml-ourl Pu cltle and the Iron Mountain. Mersrs. CVachran nl.d Uleslg.tt. as coun sel for the Missouri Pacific, the Iron Moun tain and th- WabusJi. are to conelutt the defense. At the same time they are served with nut liar to testify for the petitioner. Subpoenies were served eterday upon Assistant Se-cretary F. W. Ireland of the Missouri Paclllc and the Ircn M'Jt:l.aln. Stab; Railroad Cemmle!cT.er T. M. lira ! Lury nnd D. S II. Mnlth. hacal trejsurer ejf the Missouri 1't.clilc and th- Iron Moun tain. Mess,.. Ireland and Smith are di rected to bring Into court, at the Injunc tion hearing, the bocks and records of ; It two roods r bowing the holding of thet corsiratIona In either railroads and com panies, especially the books anal re-aerd showing the Wabash securities he!.! Vhe y j are to produce the mortgage eei of tl.o Iron Mountain known as the unifying and refunding mortgage, ef Wt. TO PHODWCE REPORTS. Railroad Oommlsslemer Bradbury 1. In structeel to proeiure In court the reports of the Wabash, th- M!eourl pacific and the Iron Mounteln for the year ri I'd June 3). WA. The object In having th 1jVs. records and re.:orije brought Into court ! to show that tfte ili-.jurl l:iclfic ar.d the Ircn Mountain do hold Wabash securities. The defence asssrt.s tiut the roads have r.-ver ben listed on th Wabash book as hj!dri of Wabash iv curltler. It l believed that the summoning of General Solicitor Cochran and Hlolg-tt is for th- purpca- of corroborating testi mony with regard to th- unifying cf the Missouri Pacific, the Iron Mountain and the Wabh as practically en- stm. under th- direction of Mr. Gould. The aim. as aurmlss-L la to exhibit Mr. Gould' methods of za&nagetaea!. and to show thtt the thrts titms are. la a aeas. on-. Attorneys lhraana aad Lehmma. act--r f r Mr Rimsey. contend that th Wabash aad the Mlssoorl Pacific are com peting lln, at I'.wst betwta 3t- Louli and Kansas City. General Solicitors Coch. ran and HWigett, acting tar the d fealaats. contend that the co-Bpetition be. twa th Wabash aaaj the Missouri Pa- Casattaasral mm Tferarar. BPe'eslasa. f .daWK'tv 3a' t -1av 1 MmX f M&&&- ' m. t KV'f '-w- aVjal 1 aBalmsssES " 9 I P-P'iv? ' ' il I aaCaaY-. 4 -'.71 " Mia--- n' ' r "7 WaBFTaaaMPhf.' tfajaasaX " S ) I Lssar' I af TaJaaa.aaa.aa.aaB 1 ' .B..HB......PlBBBBBBBBBBBBBi I aa i is a a a aS .. . a . . J COUR M'CUROYS REAP MILLIONS FROM MJITUAL LIFE. More Than $600,000 Paid as Commissions to Son .ind Son-in Lawo! the Com pany's President GRAND JURY TO INVESTIGATE. .lerome S:iys Committees Find ings Expose Greater Obloquy and Ohtnseness Than Equitable. MONEY FOR REPUBLICAN FUND. Counsel Hughes. Representing In vestigators, Says No Favors Wili Re Shown, and His Counsel Cannot Attend Hearing as Coach. B sVabaMbM C a SEW YORK CIIAHRER OF ab COKMERCK RErniErr IXATRASCE t,EGISl.TIOSJ. aft s New Yeerk. Oct. 5. legislation to eb regulate life insurance, companies aft was re-commended by the New aft. ab Yerlt Chamber of Caimmerce tc- s day In the fcllowlng resolutions: ab "Resolveil. That In the opinion of ab eb the Chamber of Commerce add!- eb eb tleina! legislation Is necessary for ab eb the regulation of llfo Insurance eb aft companies and klndrad organlza- s eb thans who areT ciist.slians of large s aft anal important trust funds. sft aft "RrsoIv-al, That Ihe subject be eb aft referred to the Committee on In- eb surance. who are hereby Instructed ab ab to repaart at an early meeting of aft aft Ihe Chamber upon the whole ques- aft aft tlon Involved In the foregoing res- aft eft olutlon." a .1 MMMMIMMMMMMMl New York. Oct. 6. That the astounding total of more than JiW.W has been paid as commissions by the Mutual Life Insur ance Company to two members of tha family of Richard A. McCurdy. president of thei rom-any. and the promise of Dis trict Attorney Jerome that Ihe insurance scandals certainly will be submitted later to an egtraordlnary Grand Jury, were th sensational developments In the Insurance situation to-day. It waa brought out by testimony before the- legislative Insurance Committee that Ra.bert II. McCurdy. a son of Richard A. IlcCnnly. has received as commissions on foreign business SI.H3.KZ. anal on domestlo business rj!.KT. and that Louis A. The baud. son-in-law of Richard A. McCurdy. has ren-elveel an aggregatet of IR0.11J, n commlsNiam. from the company. It was also brought a.ut that Robert II. McCurdy expected his Income this year would be about 11C... I Previous lo this testimony. W. F. Thum- mel. an attorney of the Mutual Life In j rtirance Company, testified that he hail given to the chairman of the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee th Tvm of 2..V0 in cash as a campaign con tribution. JFROstE WILL .IVE MATTKHS TO liKtMl JI RT. Mr. Jernrrc. In announcing In court that the scandals will I submitted to nn rx traeardlnary Grand Jury, said the Inquiry by the legislative- Cemimlttee and shown "greater moral obliquity nnd moral oh tueness on the part of th- persons im portant In the business world than did th- shocking revelations In regard to the Equt. table Life." Another Incident of the day's develop ments was the publication of a letter from Charles E. Hughe, counsel of the Legis lative Comnilttae. to H-imu.-l Untermey-r. counsel fo- James it, Hyile. the former controlling stockholder of the Equitable) IJfe- Assurance S.c!ety. in which Mr. Hughe-ae said the committee would make no ailscrlmlnation in fuvor of Mr. Hyde in his examination ha fore the committee.. The Chamber of Commerce, nt its meet ing to-! ay adoptee! a resolution aleclarir that additional legislation Is nece-sury for th- proper regulation of life msuranoe inrr.panles. W. K Thumrrul, the attorney who was HSSoClMe.1 witli Judge Andrew llumllto.i It. looking lifter legislation for the Near York Elf-. Die llqultiahle Life and that Mutual IJf- insurance- e-ompunles. in the so-eall-.l legislative poo! that was exposed lust week, testtrted before th- committee that he was now employed as an attor ney for th- Mutual I.If- Insurance Com pany ut a salary aif V a year. PAID CASH TO CHAIR. OS' Ri:ri BMCAS ruHsflTTKE. Mr Thumm! said that he personsliy rlace-1 In tn- hind, eif the rha'rman of the lt t-uMk-nn Congressional 'ampalgn Com-mltte-e the sum of tLVn In e-ash. which had ben given the witness for that pur pe by Vlc President Robert A. Grati nls of the Mutual 1-lfe Inauranc- Com pany Witness said the contribution hsd len suggeste-l by th- danger of a Democratic House, that would result in tariff ar.d othr legislation of a character to upset buslnaas and affect policy holders. He said other cairopaanlea bad been s.krdt to contribute, but he did nut know how many did. Mr. Thumrr.el denied paying any money to any legislator for th- pur pose of influencing legialatlon or to any other person for that purpoaias. KEPT CHECK OS sj. v. urn's ACCOl.T. He eJsscrlbed tha legislative pool, arvl , sl,l the eijxnse. wer met by the com I tny looking after the terrltcry In which I expsr.seg were Incurrsd. and later an ad t Jtttrr.r.t of these egpecses was made bes- twe-n the three companies. He had re c-lve-1 aanay from the Xew Tork Life in thtsr adjustments, but kept no account of his disbursement. Mr Thumn-e! said Mr. MrCall was tn rrcr Jn his testimony yesterday that h i had paid Bvorey to the witness to further Federal supervision of insurants. Wltnsa hid talked with Mr. McCjiII on this sub yet, and Mr. McCall had promised to cos tribute to It. but no Hionsy was paid to Mr. TbummeL H further descrtbead tha. dlrlsloa of tr litaary la the eo-aatrjr uadarr which tha threa coapaalta lookea after la-glsltO