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Roosevelt Is Proud That He
' Is Associated in Politics
with Late Representative
of Morgan & Co.
Court Is Assailed for Keep-'
ing Progressives Off the j
Ticket But Nothing -Said
' About California.
CHICAGO. Dec. 10. Col. Theodore
Roosevelt and Georpe V. Perkins, ot
New York, were the leading llgures
today in the national conference of
the progressive party.
Col. Koosevelt digressing from his
))reiared address, made a vigorous
-ajlack on tile Idaho tupinere court for
the -decision in the recent camjulgn
regarding -n presidential elector.
Perkins took the center of the
stage when it became known that cer
tain fellow progressives had started
a movement to oust him from the na.
tional executive committee because? of
his former corporation connections.
Roosevelt took up the fight for Mr.
Perkins pointing out Pcklua and
calling him by name. Roosevelt de
clared the New- York financier one
ot the men he was proud to have as
a fellow .worker in the. progressive
. party, Later in ;he day I'erkins made
a speech, in which ho asserted that
lie had always been for progressive
measures and resented the intima
tion that he was a late convert to the
Roosevelt Attacks Court.
Tak'.ng up the Idaho supreme court
decision. Roosevelt said. "I have
"" "iJeeir asked ' bv J II. Gipson. progres
sive state chairman of .Idahon. his
' behalf to present to yoii a few words
as a concrete illustration, of which
court -has done the greatest injusilce
to the people and Is seeking to do a
worse Injustice."
"In Idaho the election law makes
no provision for the election or pros
Idential electors. The supreme court
construed this so as to permit repub
lican and democratic electors to be
put on the ticket by construing a
provision which provided for the clee
tlon of constables and other officers
to Include presidential electors and
1 think it quite right to follow such
a. construction; It is a very loose con
structlon. but necessary.
Progressives Kept Off.
"Rut when it came to the progres
sive party. It made the lightest kind
of a light construction. It construed
so that the progressive party did not
get on the ticket because, under a
section providing for nominations by
petitions, the highest number of vote-,
declared to be necessary to the estab
lishment of a ticket by petition was
3G9. in tho cose or state officials They
declared the electors were not state
officials, therefore, republican and
democratic electors could go on the
tloket under the provisions which per
mitted the election of constables and
other oRlccrs. yet the progressive
ticket could not be nominated by peti
tion because tho highest number ot
votes necessary to nominate by peti
tion was 300 for stato officials. I.
said that the electors were not state
officials. . . ,.,..,
The supreme court, oi mr l, in
states has held more than once tnev
are not national officials. It has dis
tinctly held that, although they exer
cised their function in national poli
tic they exercised It exactly as leg
islations who elected a United States
Declares His Defiance.
1 defy any honest. intelligent man
to read that decision or the supreme
court of Idaho: compare the lastly of
construction by which it construed
X statute, which did not make a pro-
Uton for electors at all: to permit
the republican and democrat par
tie! to vote on electors and hen
nuTbb.kng over the technical constrnc
?io which construed the statute a
iirnhlbitlns the progressive party
Jrn e Ulns electors. I deny that any
Um ll rJd the decision without
SeSng the Keenest Inofgnatlon asainst
(nfrlartfonary court, which, follow
tel tbt action taken by the reaction-an-
machine of Idaho, prevented
what Undoubtedly tod been a large
Ing a ticKei ic mo.m r .
-WASHINGTON, Dec. 10-The com
mon towel was ordered abashed
Ircm railroad cars, vessels and all
ither Interstate vehlcs as well as
stations by Secretary MacVeagh to
day in an amendment to the Inter
state Quarantine regulations.
This action follows closely the abol
ition of the common drinking cup
from use oa Interstate carrlors.
Towels may be uMd again only aft
er Ivlng sterilized In balUng wator.
Alaska Copper Mine Discovered by
Arizona Prospector Richest in World
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Map of Alaska ihowlng location of Bonanza mine: JaKe Cmith. It dii--oirer;
wagon tram taking supplies to trine.
ROXXNZA Mine. Alaska. Dec 10
(Special.) When the Wall street owtj-
e-s of the Ronama copiier mine cut .'.
tvo million melon the other day they
Khould have felt in their httirts .i
swelling serine of gratitude to on
Jake Smith, sturdy prospector and
pioneor. It is doubtful If they even
thought of him. yet It was duo to
Smith and Smith alone that there wa3
any melon to cut a' all.-
After tho discoverv o' gold In the
Klondike in 1SSC there came a great
nif-li of fortune hunters to Alaska,
AH classes and conditions of men
sought the New Eldorado. Among
them was Smith, otherwise known as
"the Arizona Centloede."-wLo was as
sturdy as the best o fthem.
Smith heard from the Indians
vague stories of great copper fields
in the vielnlty ot Moun Rtackburno
at the headwaters of Kenecott river.
Tiilther with one companion he went
in search of wealth.
nd what a reward pw-aited Mm!
Two hundred m:Ies from Valdez. the
nearest settlement, he discovered n
eritbK mountain ot copper. v
Chairman Yoakum, of St I
Louis and San Francisco,
Gives Reulls of Some
The continued agitation of the rea
sons tor tbe high cost of living Is
gradually developing a better under
standing of the situation. The theory,
that high prices are due entirely io
the Increased production of gold, is
disputed and investigations are under-;
way winch show clearly that mere is
an easy road to relief, once we under
stand the actual conditions. The ef
fort to first define the causes that '
lead to the unsatisfactory conditions i
s already bearing fruit and later on
will come the remedies, not the sen
sational remedies advertised by politi
cians and others but actual, effective
remedies that hit at tbe root of the
Mr. U. F. Yoakum, chairman of the
board of directors of tbe St Louis &
San Francisco Railway company, has
been looking Into the situation from
the standpoint of the cost of gettlns
agricultural products from the pro
ducer to the consumer. The results
of his investigations, show that the
trouble does not lie In excessive rail
way fre'ght rates and that trusu are
only partly responsible The chief
reason for the large difference be
tween the amount received ty tho
producer and that paid by the con
sumer is the antiquated and wasteful
methods of marketing. Mr. Yoakum
says in "Worlds Work" Tor Decem
ber: "It cost (last year In the Unit
ed Statesl seven billion dollars to dls
tiifeute six billion dollars' worth of
products from the farm to the pro
"New York city's total bill for one
year for eggs, coffee, rice, cabbage,
onions, milk, potatoes, meat and poul
try, was $164,1 47.0M. Out of that the
farmer received $271JS.0. or 59,
the railroads received $!&.05,000, or
about Sl-2: and the coat of selling
and profits on the products was $HH
81J,0O0. or 35 1-2.
The system of distributing food In
New York is considered disgraceful
by Mr. Yoakum but he states that it
( above the average of American ci
ties. Some months ago a digest of
a report made by an Indepenaeat
committee of citizens of New York
was published In which it was stated
that the annual total food supply is
Mtlmnted to cost $860.0e.000 at the
city terminals; that is, with a'l
freight charges paid. The consumer
is reckoned to pay $500,000,000. It i
flatly stated that tbe difference Is
made up mostly ot cost ot handlin;.
and not of profits. In fact. It is stat
ed tht tbe avcrajse small dealer, the-
(Continued on Pago 5)
Jnt Smith and the friends he had
were without money, and the great
distance of the mine from a railway
made the expenditure of large Slims
necessary If wealth were to be taken
from the mountain. So Smith dis
posed of his Interest, for a modest
sum. to the Morgt-n-Guggenheiin in
terests of Wall street.
The m'nc wa. discovered In- 1900
Ily the spring If 1010 the Morgan
Guggenheim Interests had built a rail
road from civilization to it at an ex
pense of $20,000,000. In April of the
year following the mine began ship-Ping.
And now what a wealth-producer it
is! No other copper mine In thR
v.orld can compare with It. The capi
tal stock of the company which oper
ates It is only $2,500,000. yet Its stock
holders have reeehed $3,000,000 'n
dividends in the last year and a
hall. In that Mine It produced 39.
OOO.OOfi pounds of copper and 53,0fl!
ornces of silver
Jnke Smith little knew what he had
done when he discovered his mine
twelve years ago. but he did well to
rail il Ilononza."
Fnslard Makes Issue w:th
U. S. n Construction of
Hav-Pauncefote Trea
ty Meaning
Great Rrltaln's formal note or protest
against the section or the lanama j
canal act. which exempts American'
coastwise shipping from payment o' I
tolls in tbe Panama canal, a document r
written by Earl wrey. lirrnsn minis
ter cf foreign affnirs, was present
last night to Secretary Knox by Itrlt-
ish Ambassador James Itryce, who
ridtlie note word for word to Secre
tary Latters at his home.
It Is an elaboration of points of ob-'-jection
In the note presented last
July to the state department. In part '
the note says that whole it was clear i
a violation of the Hpy-Pauncefote
treaty to either remit or refund tolW
to American shii ping through th?
canal the same objection would prob-!
ably apply to coastwise trade ship-1
ping in view of the probable impossi
b'lity of framing regulations that
would not result in preference to '
American shipping. (
Tho Rritish note might be summed ;
up as a definition of differences be- j
tween governments regarding the con-1
"Structlon ot tbe Hay-Pauucefote
treaty, winding up a proiosal or is- J
sues to be settled by arbitration. It
not to be adjusted as a mutual agree
ment for whleh the way remains
Whether Great Rritaln's protest
against the tree passage ot American
ships through the Panama canal will
be submitted to the Hague will be fin
ally determined by the senate in any
event It was intimated today thet
Piiesldent Taft, consistent in his at
titude as principal champion for the
arbitration of disputes between nu
tions. might recommend sach a course
and bhould he, Secretary Knox would
not hold the question as a purely
domestic and int'etnal one and theie
fore not act arbitrarily. There Is
considerable leaning toward sueh a
view among senators today. Senator
Sutherland declared the question was
purely domestic, and therefore not
subject to arbitration.
HAKERSFIBLD, Cal., Dec, 10.Dls
covery was made today that the ban
dit who held up and robbed the Sun
set Western Express train near here
Monday night, escaped In an automo
bile that had been driven close to tbe
track where it waited. It la tellevo-I
tbe men drove a short distance awajr.
j divided the loot And" returned to
Bake'rsflcW, where search has been re-
Witness Flatly Contradicts
j Evidence of .Transactions
i Alleged to Have Been Ar-
ranged in Detroit
llmony by RobertjSf M, Ross, that
'In June. 1910. ojSpis of various
trades union in Detroit formeda plot
to cause a seriesir. explosion iu tnat
city against non-Unlon Job and that
ClmrlcH Wachtinefstor. business agent
of the Iron Worker union, received
$100 from the carpenters' union to
ward expenses twit t,U"tlie explosions,
were iiAstnoned hermL, Wachtm.V.s-
ter "talked too inuc'i" was disputed
by witnesses at the. "dynamite con
spiracy" 'trial today.
A wltnesK siiumoued from Hawaii
testified that previously Ortie K. Mc
Manlgal had stated that at Herbert
Hockln's instructions; he had gone to
Detroit with a suiloase filled w'.tli
nitroglycerine to blow up a non
union job but that Hocklii suddn1
called It off."
William H. Qulgler. a stenograidier.
denied writing a letter relative to ex
plosions and when shown a copy of
what purported to be such a letter
denied It was n hH handwriting.
I i,
' Witness Declares He Sug
j gested Steps Leading
to impeachment
WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec. 10.
William P. Roland, of Scranton. the
man charged by Robert W. Archbald
of the 'nterstate Commerce court
with having organized the conspiracy
which resulted In Judge Archbald's '
imieachment and present trial before
the senate, admitted toaay on the wit
ness stand that he hl sugested the
various stejM by wbap. Arohbald wasi,
connected wKh-the daiffor the Katy
did refuse dump, in oitler to -check
up on Judge Archbald." His admis
s ons were intersersed with vigor
ous denunciations of Judge Aichbld
by lloland as being a corrupt judge
and charges that Aichb-.ilu had been
"working for tbe railroads."
Live News Is hxpected to Be
Furnished Before the
End of Session
CHICAGO. Dc. 1. Owners of cluo
of tho American league, who gathered
here tonight to attend the anniMl
meet tomorrow, promised to prodi'te
startling news for ths baseball pub
lic before the meeting adjourns.
Trades Involving some of the most
prominent players in the league are
reported as pending and the appoint
ment or a manager ror New York H
expeed to be 'announced. Frank
Chance, former manager of the Chi
cago Cubs and Fielder Jones, who
formerly piloted the White Sox are
mentioned tonight as possibilities for
tbe iiositlon.
Says Being Governor and
Pract'cing for Presiden
cy Is Strenuous
HAMILTON, Bermuda. Dec. 10.
-Relng governor of a state and prac
ticing to be president of a nation
both at the same time Is sufficient to
keep any man busy," remarked Pres
Ident-elect Wilson when he annaunced
today that hi positively would make
no more spending engagements before
March 4.
Every mall has brought score of
invitation but all have been declined.
The president-elect accepted three
invitations long before ho was elected
and those three he will tee". He will
stieak before the Southern Society at
New York, on Dec. 17, at the Jubilee
celebration at his hrithplace In Scran
ton. Va, on his birthday Oec 28, and
at a banqHet of the Commercial club
In Chicago on Jan. 11.
TOKIO, Japan, Dec. 10. No solu
tion has yet been found for the min
isterial crisis Japan brought on by
the resignation of Lieut Gen. Uyehera
'minister ot war. It was announced
today that Marjuls Masayosol Matsu
Vnta, the former premier, who was
offered the post of premier, refRSed
to accept It.
NotjRegarded as Ultimatum
an'd Vienna Believes Stand
of Russia Will Bring Ser
via to See Position. .
VIENNA. Austila, Dec. 10- M. Nn
vokavlch. the Servian ex-premier u
passenger through Vienna ro. Ii;j
don to take nan in the ti...w.. n ,
t'.atlous, is reiKjrted to have remarU- I
eii to a memiier or the stafT of the
newspaper Zeit that the antasomsnj
between the standouts of Svri.
and Austria .s so gTeat that.it au
jieared It can hardly be possible ior
t to be bridged.
LONDON, Dec. 10. A Vienna dis
patch says that Prague newspapers
publish messages from Vienna saying
the Austrian minister to RelgraJe
has been Inst.ucted to present tomor
row to Servla a note in sharp terms
inquiring how Servla proposes to
bring its policy into line with lust ot
Austria. The nate. however. Is noi
to le .egarded as an ultimatum, iu
well Informed riiiilnrrvitf. oii.i.u ...
Vienna it is nsserted Russia will re i
main neutral and it is probable that I
acrvia. sec.ng heiself isolated, will
comply with the Austrian demands.
10. American Ambassador and Mrs.
W. W. Rockhlll. will leve shortly for
home. They had intended teavlng
two months ago, but were delayed by
the war. The ambassador expressed
the belief that the peace conference
in .ondon will reach an amicable
settlement and for this reason he Is
snUsfied to start for the I'liltcd
Hoffman Philip will remain .-is
charge d'affaires and also will havt
control of llie balance of the red cross
'fund, which amounted to nearly $lo.
W0. Manv thousands nf rpfmo0 i, ,va
arrived at the bead of the railway nn.i
dsily train loads leave Constant!
Althntlf!, tN. Pitv.rnmani .H...I.
utes brejtrsfugcvs'lnside -and
miuuuu iwr J,aiis vi 1uuslullUIlUlie. 1T
is doubtful whether measuies ha
leen taken to supply those who ha?
teen transferred to the interior.
Fireman Meets Man Easily
His Superior and Loses
in Sixteen Rounds
.L.U& A.M,tL.fc.a, Dec. lo.-JIm women the vote right this v:!i:r
Flynn. the veteran who for years has ! Many women are beginning to a.-'.
been a stumbl.ng ulock to aspirants what will become of the organization
for the heavyweight title, was laid which was forced Tor the purpose of
low by Luther McCirty, Ujc young obtaining the enfranchisement of wo
Mi.sorl giant In the sixteenth round J men and provided many of them with
of the scheduled twenty round light jinteiest'ng and sometimes lucrativ"
here tonight. The fireman never had I positions. Mrs. Emma Gade. a. well
a chance and his bull-like rushes ' known suffragist and authoress, sug
arailed him nothing with his rangy , Bests a solution ot the difficulty by
opponent, who lashed out vicious I advising them to start a campaign Tor
sw.ngs and hooks when Flynn bored training Danish girls In nursing and
in. The greater reach or McCarty commisarret work. In which activities
kept Flynn away most of the t!melshe contends women could do mucn
and when the fireman did leach the I better than 1 now done. Slue argues
larger man, his blew had little er',hls as llie onI" falr ,nIns for omeu
feet. In the sixteenth rounu the ref- io l0- tnce ,ne men are compelled 'o
eree .topped the fight when Flynn ' B,vo m'-a:y service for rights they
was hopelessly beaten, weakened anti ' have long enjoyed.
staggering about the ring in a hclp
iess condition.
Only a stout heart kept Flynn go
ing so long. Time after time he was
felled by the terrific lolts dealt him
by McCarty and he weakened rapid-1
ly after the ninth. 1
McCarty Shows Skill.
McCarty proved himself to be a !
boxer wiih a knowledge of the finer
points of the eame. as well as a ter
rific puncher. When Flynn would
reach an unprotected spot, the Mis
sourian would only smile. He .would
coax his opponcnr into c)ose quarters
and then Pay him with both hands,
shaking the fireman from foot to
head. Flynn's battered face showed
a bull dog determination to stay the'and Joined the newly formed rebel
full twenty rounds, but the pace wasi"'8 a,one the Ie3tlSa,n.uCen. ,ra,J,.
too fast and critics say he would have ' uew'i Juarez and Chihuahua City.
...... . . .... ... ... , larcnrdlni' tn a federal reoort reCC!'-
suffered a knockout before the end.
McCarty fought cautiouslv at first,
but after he had his man measured
he opened up, and kept Inviting Flynn
to crowd him. The fireman met his
taunts with fierce rushes which Mc-
Carty would stop with hard upperriits
to the jaw. or blows to the body. Aft -
er the first few rounds It was appar
ent Flynn's only hope, lay In his abil
ity to land on the haymaker at a vital
spot. He wag outboxed and outhlt by
Contrary to expectations, Flynn's
defense was of little effect McCarty!
hit him at will. He would hold Flynn
off at arm's length with his left and
send in vicious uppercuts with tbe
right The superior weight and
strength of McCarty was too ranch
for Flynn.
Al Palzer, who will fight McCarty
for the heavyweight championship
New Year's day. was introduced be
fore the principals entered the ring.
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W. II. G Rullard has been appoint
ed chief of the navy department's
radlotelegruphy office, which bas
charge of all the wireless statistic
of that department. It is a now of
fice and Secretary Meyer established
It because ot the proportions to which
the wireless service had crown.
Former Mayor of Cananea Is!
Freed After Hearing
in Nogales
NOGALES. Dec. 10 The Mexican
government failed in Its effort today
to procure the extradition ot Edwardo
Arnold, former mayor of Cananea.
United States commissioned A. T.
Bird held there was insufficient evi
dence to warrant extradition. (
Arnold, who is or American extrpe
tion, was a prominent factor iu North
ern Mexico during the Diaz regime,
but was forced to leave during the
Madero revolution. The Mexican gov
ernment caused his arrest here on a
charge of embezzling public funds
Women of Denmark Casting
About for New Worlds
They May Conquer
COPENHAGEN. Sweden, Dec. 10.
The fight for the introduction of mil
itary service for women, is contem
plated by wonren in Denmark as a
f.equel to their expected victory in the
struggje for women's suffrage. The
Danish parllment, they believe. Is al
most certain to Mass tbe I il -i :
Mobilization of Rebels Com
pleted Is Information
at El Paso
EI j PASO. Tex., Dec. 10. Rebel
forces under Gen. Inez Salazar lefi
the Mexico North Western railway
'gd today. This completes tbe mobil
ization of all forces in the north uh
der Gen. Pascual Orozco.
j phoENIX Ariz Dec 19 Recause
, M jjargue'rite Smith renounced he:
promises and spurned-htm alter ne
had given her a $00 ring and a house
W. W. Hosea, -a wealthy Inman stock
man, committed suicide at a hotsl
here today by taking poison. He kill
ed himself after the young woman re
fused to see him and loft for Ijos An-
geles without bidding h'm goodby.
NEW YORK, N. Y- Dec. !. Cop
per steady 16.S7 to 17.37. Tin, lead
and spelter easy. Antimony quiet
Iron qi'fiet, unchanged.
Conner exports'thig month amount
to S07G tons. London copper dull.
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Two New York Financial In
stitutions with Vast Capi
tal Are in Control of Small
Coterie of Men.
Alleged Trust Agreements.
Are Drawn Reluctantly
from Gotham Witness Dur
ing Cross-examination
WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec. 10.
The first testimony as to the "con
centration or money and credit" was
heard today by the house tunkfrigaml
curiency committee investigating the
so called money trust. .,
. It. Frew, president or the Corn
Exchange bank, of .New York, and
chairman of the New York Clearing
House committqe, occupied tho stand
throughout the day and was put
through a grilling examination cy
Samuel t'ntermycr, counsel for tho
Through Frew. Cntermyer nut In
to the record evidence of trust, agree
ments by which five men control two
of New- York's great financial Institu
tions. the Bankers Trust company and
the Guaranty trust company, with ag
gregate deiwsits of nearly $100,000.
000. Tbe Ranker's Trust. Frew- said, wns
controlled by N. P. Davidson, George
IS. Case and Daniel G. Reld and tho
Guaranty company bv 11. P. Davison,
George F. Raker and William P. Por
President Considers Leaving
December 29 - Gleanings
from Capital
. WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec. 10.
Cornelius, assistant sergeant of arm.-;
of the senate, was made sergeant of
arms lodav to succeed the late Col.
Dan'el M. Ramsdell. of Indianapolis.
Abolish Pension Agencles
Commissioner of Pensions Daven
port bis ordered the pension agencies
at New York. Philadelphia, l-oulsvillc.
Know Hie, Indianapolis, and Topeka
with wh'eh twelve othe.- agencies
through the country will be abolished
January 31 to ship not later than
December lli. all looks and records to
Washington, where the consolidated
genoy will be located.
Taft Plans Junket
The new dreadnaugbt Arkansas,
which will carry President Taft to
trip. Ie Hampton Roads today for
Key West, accompanied by the bat
tleship Deleware. The president's
tentative ylans are to board the Ar
kansas at Key est December 19 and
fail tor Colon.
To Rcctify Errors
All persons er.oneously convfeto-l
by the I'nited States conrt and Iatf
;ardoned or acquitted have the right
to apply for pecuniary indemnifica
tion for defamation of character
brought out about those convicted, bv
the terms of bills introduced today by
Senator Sutherland. The amount In
no instance is to exceed $5,000.
Indeterminate Period of Not
Less Than Decade for
Slayer of Woman
NOOALKS. Dec. 10. Andrew Y
blt who pleaded guilty to soeed de
gree .mu.'der and shooiing of Francis
ca Grijalva, a young woman. Was sea
fenced today to -an Indeterminate
sentence of not less thin ten years.
in his confession Yesbit sM he In
tended to shoot Trooper McCHntlc
who was with the woman, but McCtte
tic held her in front of him, she sus
taining the fatal wound.
NEW YORK, N. Y.. Dec 10.
Thomas J. Lynch was re-elected pres
ident and John A. Heydler. secretary
and treasurer ot the National leagtin
at a. meeting of the league haid late
today. The present board of dfreetors
will be continued except that & J.
Sullivan, of Nw Yortfi succeeds tin
late -John T. Dmsh. '
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