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NUMBER 4509 WASHINGTON V FRIDAY EVENING OCTOBER 19 1906 PRICE ONe CENT CENTf
PRESIDENT SAILS SAILSfOR SAILSFORISTHMUS
fOR FORISTHMUS ISTHMUS ON ONNOVfMBfR ONNOVEMBER
NOVEMBER NOVfMBfRFirst 8 8First
First Trip to Foreign ForeignCountry ForeignCountry ForeignCountry
Country by Y a Chief Ex Executive Executive Executive ¬
ecutive of United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesBATTLESHIP StatesBAITLESHIP StatesBATTLESHIP
BATTLESHIP LOUISIANA LOUISIANATO
TO CONVEY THE PARTY PARTYRoosevelt PARTYRoosev PARTYRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roosev lt to Work on An Annual An Annual Annual ¬
nual Message While on onHis onHis onHis
His Way to Pan PanPresJdent Panama Panama
ama amaPre amaPresI4
PresJdent Pre PresI4 l ent nt Roosevelt t trill set t sail from fromNew fromNew fromNew
New York November t 10ft on the tb first rat jour jotirPresldent journey journey
ney ever made to a foreign JaM 1w a aPresident
President 1 > re8ldeDt of th the United Unlt States 8tau It will willbe willbe willbe
be the beginning of hi h ha trip to Panama Panamato Panamafo
to 1 o investigate personally th the condition conditionand OOIHIltlonllnnd eondltlonsand
and general situation in the canal zone xoneand sooeand zoneand
and he h will not return to Washington Washingtontill
till the latter day days of November NovemberThe NovemMrThe NovemberThe
The trip will be made ma e on the monster monsternew monaterDtW monsternew
new battleship Louisiana which thl thlweek tb tbweek this thisweek
week braved the storms of the tropics tropicsand tropicsand tropicsand
and brought the Secretary of War Warthe Wartheleawei Wartheheavyweight the theheavyweight
heavyweight leawei t of the President official officialfamily offteIalfamllythroueh oftk al alfamilythrough
family famllythroueh through safely to Hampton HamptonKuads HamptonRoaM HamptonRoads
RoaM The two newest cruiser of the thenavy theJlvythe thenavythe
navy Jlvythe the Waihlr ton n and Tenn Tennwhich IenntlllHe Tennesseewhich IenntlllHewhich
which have haT not yet even had their finaltrials final finaltrials Analtrials
trials at t sea ea will act a as convoy convoyLeaves COftYOYIILN convoysLeaves
Leaves LN November 5The 5 5The 5The
The President P deat will leave Washington Washingtonon Vhtonon
on a a special 1l train over ov r the t e Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniarailroad PenlUlylvanlarailroad Pennsylvaniarailroad
railroad Monday night November i k ar arriving arrlvlnc arriving ¬
riving in Oyster O ter Bay early Tuesday Tuesdaymorning oruda orudamornlnc Tuesdaymorning
morning to vote It is understood to be beliis be1ls be1Is
liis present t attention to spend Tuesday Tuesdaythere Tuesdayytlerc ruedA ruedAtherc
there when doubtless he will be visited visitedby visitediv
by 11 iv or be in close communication with withcount withhis withhis
his party leaden In New York on ac account ace
count e + + unt of the election He will also alsoprobably alllOIrobabl7 alsoI
probably I spend encI the next day there thereworking thereJrkina thereIt
working It Jrkina on ate ala message e to toand Congress Cenpessand Congressand
and he will leave lea there either late ate Wed Wednesday Wedl1tsday Wednasday ¬
nesday night or early Thursday morning morningfor morAl morAlf morningfur
for f r New Tor pork 0r1r WheN he Ie will board boa the theLouisiana theJuidana theIuuisiana
Louisiana for his long contemplated contemplatedtrio 6Ontelnp1ate4trIll eontemplaledtrio
trio to the isthmus isthmusThe latbmuaThe IsthmusThe
The details de taU of the plans for this trip tripnir tripII tripare
nir are II now bein being belntrwork worked out at the White
i House louse and Navy Navy 7 Depart > > epartment Since Sincethe Stntetile Sincethe
the President announced to Secretary
1 Bonaparte unaparte yesterday his final detertaination deter determination deterI1Ination ¬
mination to make the trip In n November NovemberTic
Tic t Navy Department has set to work worktn worktl workto
tn tl provide a suitable warship iranssor iranssortation lranlll tran trantaztion Or Ortdtion
tation and convoy for the navys cAm cAmnanderInchief com comjnandtfrlnchief comlnand
jnandtfrlnchief lnand rInchiet The new battleship
Hhod Rhode Island and the Louisianas ala slsui alaH1 sicte
ui te ship which has ha just been completed completedt
lit t the New York navy UV yard which had hadunder hadunder
l < An under consideration were scratch scratchfl acratchff
ff r fl 1 off the list for the reason it is un uni
< i < rstood r tooo that the President prefers the
Louisiana LouisianaSttecti Lac uisiaua uisiauaSslectt a aStlectI
Sttecti Monster Battleship BattleshipOne
One reason for this preference hi said saidti saidto aid aidt
ti t lay In Secretary Tafts Tatt praise of that thatships thatship thatships
ships ship jrplendid conduct In a storm The TheI Thelresldent ThePresident
I resident is said to have been greatlyInterested greatly greatlyInterested reaUTIntereeced
Interested In the War Secretarys Seeretar de deription deFiipU1n dedptfon
FiipU1n < ription at luncheon yesterday of the thetri thetrI thetrig
tri > up through the two storms when whent whenthr
t tl thr u waves swept the deck repeatedly repeatedlysmashing repeatedlTm repeatedlysmashing
smashing m ashlnc the glass of windows to toinitherecns tocwltherens totuithereens
initherecns and even ven washed over the therllg
ridge rllg The President is said d to have haveadmitted haveIIlmltted haveadmitted
admitted that he was as somewhat restless restlessver retitle retitlever restlesster
+ ver the delay of the ships ahlp arrival at
Hampton Roads and the comfort of the thef thefrftary theretary
f frftary retary and bin party but if the
Louisiana L uitlana pulled the Secretary Secre of War Warthrough Warthrough Var Vari
i through o h t safely fthh he was willing to tate ta e eAlthough
hi ohnnr ehrncns s with with her herAlthough herAlthough
Although the President has not yet
formally asked for a convoy eonoyrU It was de dethit de11ed doi
i 11ed + today by the Navy 5epartnw uepartJ1Htftt t
thit hat the Louisiana should be accom accompanied accomI accompanied ¬
panied I uied on the trip by the newest cruis cruisers er1J er1Jrs eruisera ¬
ers rs in the service Originally it was wasthe wa wathe wasthe
the intention to send end only onl one but it
is now preferred to send both as they
lu being > lng sister ships It wilt be an e ecellent ex excellent x xccUnt ¬
cellent opportunity to try them out outTaft OlltTaft ut utTaft
Taft Cannot Go GoTlie GoTIle GoThe
TIle President is s understood to be Heconsiderably beconsiderably beconsiderably
considerably disappointed at the inabil inability tnbUIty inability ¬
ity of Secretary Taft to accompany accompanyhim accompnytime accompanyitm
him time The Cuban situation has h made madehat madeht madehat
hat Impossible and ad as Secretary Taft Taftheld TartJ1d Taftleld
held down the lid in Cuba so will 111 he hehold hehuld hehind
hold down the same 11d in Washington Washingtonluring WaahlnKton1l1l1118 WashingtonQurlne
luring the Presidents absence absnceThe absenceThe ahacneelhe
The President will be absent from fromtlui fMfttJw fromthe
the White House at least three wicks wicksas wtekna w b bftS
na it t will require fully fuU six days each eachway eacha eacha9
way a a9 to make the trip trh t > > and he desires desirest desiresto
t to > have a week for his is investigation investigationon lnvestiga Uon Uonon
on the Isthmus In case he should decide decideiiit decide1A decider
r iiit t to remain at Oyster Bay over Wedm Wed Wednesday ed edntJday ¬
nesday m + day be will probably leave WashtuEtor Wash Washington VashII1 ¬
ington II1 tQl Wednesday night on 0 the Dolphin DolphinIn
In either event he will leave the Louls Loulsiara Loulsilfa Louisiara
iara on the return trip at Hampton HamptonKouds HamptonHoads HamptonRoads
Roads and proceed up the bay on either eitherth ett eithertht r rtht
th tht < Dolphin or Mayflower MayflowerThe MayflowerThe layftowerThe
The President will be a busy man dur during during ¬
ing 11 this trip and he will be particularly particularlybusy particularlyhUi
burn busy both before before and Immediately after afterit arterit afterit
it What What with watching the Cuban sit situ sltuaion situaion
u uaion a ion the campaign in New York Yorkpreparing Yorklrpltrinc Yorkpr
preparing pr paring for the opening of Congress Congressanl Conreua Congressan
anl a an 01 I making ready for his Panama trip tripho triphe triphe
he will be rushed every minute right up upto upto upto
to the time he boards the warship On Onhis Onhi Onhis
his hi way to Panama he will continue the thework theWGrk thewcrk
work on his message on the return returntrip nturntrl returntrip
trip trl if he does not encounter such a astorm atorin astoma
storm torin as prevented Secretary Taft from fromframing tromfra fromframing
framing fra min up his report on the Cuban sit situation altua sittatton ¬
uation ua Hon he will write that part of his hisnuasage hl hlm hismessage
message m sage as will pertain to the canal canalAfter canalACterbla canalAfter
After ACterbla his return to Washington and andconference andonirtnCfJ andconference
conference with Secretary Taft he will willconclude willC41nclude willconclude
conclude his l 8 message with his remark remarkon JemukJJon
on the Cuban situation situationThis situationThis Uuatlonr
This r i of course 00 is not an officially anm an announced annluuCfd ¬
m nounced uucM program pr although it comes comesthrough cometluotldt comestlu
tlu through ough an authoritative source Just Justwho Justho Justato
who ho will accompany the President is isnot I I110f isnut
not yet known but it Is stated as prob probnlie probollIe probnbie
nlie that both Mrs Roosevelt Roo evelt and Miss MissFtnol WI WIEtnll MissEtnel
Ftnol will bo with him In order to tod totpntch todt
dt d tpntch patch the big amount of work he hewli h hewI
wli wI 11 t find it necessary to do he will take takewith takewith
with 11 it him a private secretary and at atItaRt j jLast
Last 1 ast one stenographer > r He H will also alsol aI80b alsoaccostanted
military mUl and no naval navalundersixxl navalRifts navalIt
l b > o accompanied IIceomp led by a
Rifts It is undersixxl uodrs od that word orcl has been beenIHrt beenttcrt
IHrt to the canal zone one to have quarters quartersat
at the Hotel TivoU at Ancon on thelin3 the
11 lin3 n of the canal near Panama ar arranged arfanged arranged ¬
ranged for the Presidential party partyc
fanged
4
c
BODY OF OFMRS MRS DAVIS DAVISESCORTED DAVISESCORTED DAMSESCORTED
ESCORTED TO RICHMOND RICHMONDFROM RICHMONDFROM RICHMONDFROM
FROM CAPITAL CITY
From tit u Last Photograph Made de of Mi tl a x Jefferson J el Davis DaWideVt Widow el the Prssi Prssidsat PnIidnt Pr Prdent
dent ef the Confederacy Who Died ti e4 October Octtber1 17 i r ia Her H < < AptrUne parbMtlts Aparttaetsat parbMtltsat t tat
at the Hotel r I jest estfe e8t ic Hew York City CityI
I
COFFIN IS HIDDEN HIDDENBY HIDDENBY
RVrifiRAI DI BY rLuHAL FLORAL GiFTS GiFTSFROM biNo biNoMany GIFTSFROMMOURNERS PSfTQ
FROM FROMMOURNERS FROMMOURNERSMany MOURNER MOURNERlVlany
Many Turn Out art to Do DoLast DoLast DoMrs
Last Honors to toDavis Mrs MrsDavis fVlrsDavis
Davis DavisThe
The body of Mrs Jefferson Davis ar arri uned arried
ned ri ed in Washington at 158 oclock this thismornin tblsmorning thismorning
morning and at 4JM 4 was taken to Rich Richmond RJehmond Richmond ¬
mond Va V where funeral services will willbe wtnbe willbe
be held at S oclock this thl afternoon in toSt inSt laSt
St Pauls Episcopal Church Services Serviceswere Bervtceawtre Serviceswere
were conducted in New York yesterday yesterdayin NterdayIn
in air Mrs nI Davis apartment at the Hotel HotelMajestic HotelMajestic HotelMajestic
Majestic MajesticIn MajesticIn
In spite plte of the early hour at which whichMrs whichMrs whichMrs
Mrs Davis remains malD8 reached Washing Washington Wuhtacton Washington ¬
ton today there were eN a number of offrlend ottrJend offriends
friends and associates UMdat of the distin distinguished cUaUaulah distinguished ¬
guished ulah d woman at the station Amongthem Among Amongthem Amonethem
them was atI a delegation from the Con Confederate Coni Conifederate ¬ 1 1tederate
federate Veterans Association Uon Daugh Daughters Daughtors ¬ f fh
ters h > lS of the Confederacy and other or organisations orpntsatlonll organtzatlons ¬
ganisations pntsatlonllThe gantzatlonsThe ganisationsThe
The casket was covered with floral of offering otterln offerings ¬
fering terln Among monc them was a wreath wreathfrom wreathfrom wreathfrom
from President and Mrs M Roosevelt an another gother another ¬
other from the Southern Relief Society Societyand SocIetyand Societyand
and similar tokens from the governors governorsof pvenaOlSof
of several Southern State StateThe State8The StatesThe
The Funeral Party PartyIn
In the funeral party were Mr 4r and andMrs andMrII andMrs
Mrs J Addison Hayes Jefferson Hayes HayesDavis HayesDavis
Davis Davt Dr Webb and a delegation from fromthe tOmthe fromthe
the New York Chapter of the t Daughters Daugh Daughters DauahtelS ¬
ters of the Confederacy in charge of1 of1Mrs of I Irs sMrs
Mrs rs J H Parker its president Upon Uponthe I Ithe Ithe
the arrival of the party In Richmond Richmondthis I Ithis Ithis
this morning morn 1ft the train was met byj byjothor by byothor byother
othor relatives of Mrs Ire Davis A letter letterfrom letterfrom letterfrom
from Mrs Davis grandson to J Taylot Tay Tayarrangements Taylor
lot Jelly Mm who Ia In charge of the theatTanseftlentB thearrangements
arrangements in Richmond stated thatit that thatIt I IIt
It was 3a Mrs M Davis wish that her body bodybould bod bodIIIbould bodyshould
bould not lit f In state and consequent consequently ¬
ly the casket I ket was taken directly from fromthe ftCNDthe fromthe
the the train to the ehurwh ehurwhEscort ehurhEs chur h hEscort
Escort Es < ort to Richmond RichmondDr
Dr Samuel EL E Lewis of the staff of ofGen otGen ofGen
Gen Stephen D Lee and commander of ofCharles ofCharls ofCharles
Charles Broadway Roust Camp No 1111 MMU 1111U 1111U
U C V appointed a delegation to ac accompany accompan accompany ¬
company the body bod to Richmond The Thedetail Thedetalt Thedetail
detail consisted of Capt E W Ander Anderson AndeMaj AnderIon ¬
son Maj J G Moore and Capt Wil William WIIIhun William ¬
liam Broun Dr Lewis went with wJ 1 the thedelegation thedeleptlon thedelegation
delegation delegationA
A representative repre ntaUve from Camp No 171 171U 171u 171U
U C V consisting of the Rev Dr R RH R RH
McKim MaJ J MeD Carrington CarringtonMaj CaninstonMaj CarrtngtonMaj
Maj R H HunterCharle Hunter Charles A Dunning DunnlngdeiegHtlons Dunnington Dunnington
ton and James T P etty Uy y wa was among the thedel8jJMtlona thedelegations
delegations which met the train this thisAmemorial thismomlna thismornlnt
momlna momlnaA
Amemorial A memorial service rvke for Mrs Davis will willbe willbe willbe
be held in the New Wiuard at S oeIock oeIockCIa delockan f doc docon
on Sunday afternoon afternoonFree attemoonFree afternoonFree
Free Oyster Rust Next Sunday at atbesapeake atCheapeake atChesapeake
Chesapeake Beach See page patr LAdv 6 Adv dv
c
HOST APOLOGIZES APOLOGIZESFOR APOLOGIZESFOR
FOR HOTEL SLIGHT SIMExcuse SLIGHTTO SLIGHTTO
TO SEAMAN CROUSE CROUSEI CROUSEExcuse
I Excuse Excuse Received by byBonaparte byBonaparte byBonaparte
Bonaparte for Insult Insactt to toNavy toNavy o oNavy
Navy Uniform UniformAn U nifornl nifornlJt
An Jt apology J OIoI7 has h reached Secretary SecretaryBonaparte SecretaryBoDapart SecretaryBonaparte
Bonaparte from the proprietor of a ho hotel hotel hotel ¬
tel m lit Connelsville Pa P from which whichSeaman whlehI whichSeaman
I Seaman John Job J Grouse Crou was barred be because beause ¬
cause 0 he h wore a sailors aailor uniform uniformThe unltormTIM uniformThe
The Secretary bad directed that legal legalsteps Jep1at legalsteps
steps at be taken looking to a powdbie powdbieprosecution possibleprosecution poIIIIibleproeecutWn
prosecution of the hotel proprietor for fordenying fordeny fordenying
denying deny a representative re eaentatlve of the navy navyaccommodations navyaccommodations Y7 Y7accommodation
accommodations at a public inn but buton butOft buton
on receipt of the apology apolo the order for forthe forthe forthe
the proceedings p 1np was countermanded countermandedBarred counterma countermandedBarred ded dedBarred
Barred From Dialog Room RoomA Roomreport RoomA
A report of the incident it was an announced announced announced ¬
nounced by the department t today was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received Wednesday W It was made by
Commander Harlow who is i on 01 recruit recruitIng recrultIDa recruitlug
IDa duty at Pittsburg ptttsbu He said that thatSeaman tbatSeaman thatSeaman
Seaman Crouse who is I attached to the therecruiting tMrecruiting therecruiting
recruiting station at Pittsburg Plltabur had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been sent to Connelsville to make ar arrangements arralllelllents arrangements ¬
rangements for opening a branch office officethere otftcethere officethere
there and that he had been refused en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance to the dining room of the Ma Marietta Martetta Marietta ¬
rietta Hotel in that city Th The clerk
in charge Commander Harlow report reported reported reported ¬
ed told the seaman aman that if he would wouldchange wouldcbaqe wouldchange
change his h uniform for civilian clothes cloth
he would be allowed to enter but that
he could not have Ia ve dinner at the hotel hotelwhile hotelwhUe hotelwhile
while attired In the uniform of a blue ¬
jacket jacketScarcely jacketScarcely jacketScarcely
Scarcely had the Secretary Issued or ¬
den directing dlrecUn the commander to secureamdavlta secure secureaffidavits leCureamdavlt
affidavits with a view of taking pro proceedings pro proceednp proceedings ¬
ceedings in the matter when he e recelved re received received ¬
ceived an apologetic and explanatory
letter from Harry Mariettaof Marietta proprietor proprietorof proprietorAuf
of the hotel
hotelAn
An Abject A Ajwlogy AjwlogyMarietta Ar1oa Ar1oaKarletta elogy elogyMarietta
Marietta stated ted that he was absent on ona Ofta ona
a hunting trip tri when the incident oc occurred 0ccurred occutred ¬
curred and that on his return he at atonce atonce atonce
once discharged the clerk who was on onduty 01 01duty onduty
duty Mr Marietta further says saysI
I hasten to express my most sincere sincereand slncet ncere ncereand e eand
and earnest farne t regrets that such indignity indignityshould InctltPdt InctltPdt8hoWd indlgnitshould
should have ba been shown Crone and I Iassure IaNurc Iassure
assure you that it would not have hap happened happfnoo happened ¬
pened Dad 1 been at home 1 request requestyou reqUeMyou requestyou
you to convey to Seaman Crones my mymost mymoet mymost
most humble apolog As a native of
America 1 honor the flag ft of my coun country country country ¬
try and also the uniform of its enlisted enlistedmen ealla eallamen enlistedmen
men I intensely regret Je < < IOt that this affair affairshould affairshould < < aIr aIrhould
should have happened happenedSecretary happel1edj happenedSecretary >
Secretary Bonaparte in reply said saidhe Midhe saidhe
he was glad to have Mr Mariettas as assurances aliIIurancea assurances ¬
surances that the incident was without withouthis wttWuthis withouthis
his knowledge knowed and against his wishesand wishes wishesand hell helland
and Indicated that the action taken by
Mr Marietta was satisfactory and thatit that thatIt thatIt
It would not be necessary to take fur further turther further ¬
ther steps in j 11 the matter should it ap appear appear appear ¬
pear from the future treatment of rep representative represpntattvefl representatives ¬
resentative of the Navy at the hotel hotelthat hotelthat hotelthat
that Mr Marietta was sincere ncue In ltis ltisvrotestattona t 8 8irotestatlons sJrQtestal1oWl
irotestatlons
rOIL OIL MEN GUILTY GIIIL1TJIM GUILTYJURYS GUILTYJURYS
JIM JURYS S VERDICT VERDICTDecision VfROICTIN
IN OHIOS CASE CASfDecision CASEDecisicn
Decision Presented to toCourt toCourt toCourt
Court at Findlay at 435 435This 4 4This I
This Morning in in Dra Dramatic Dramatic Dramatic ¬
matic Scene SceneSTUBBORN SceneSTUBB cane caneSTUBBORN
STUBBORN STUBB RN JUROR JURORDELAYED JURORDELAYED JURORDELAYED
DELAYED REPORT REPORTTrusts REPORTTrusts REPORTTrusts
Trusts Attorneys at Qnce QnceGive QnceGive QnceGive
Give Notice of Motion MotionFor hlotionFer MotionFor
For a New NewTriaL NewTrial I ITrial
TriaL TriaLFIXDLAT TrialllNDIA TrialFINDLA
FIXDLAT r Otto Oct MT1W h Stand Standard StaacJard Standard ¬
ard Oil Company of Ohio Is guilty of ofviolating litviolaUn ofvtolatiatc
violating violaUn < < the antitrust Utnaa law laws of Ohio OhioThe ObloTbe OhioThe
The jury returned Its verdict of guilty guiltyat
at 438 4 oclock this morning after hav having hATift having ¬
ing ift < < deliberated since ace 8 oclock Wednes Wednesday Wedneeda7 Wednesday ¬
day evening eveningThis evenlncThIa eveningThis
This is the first step In the struggle strugglegovernments IItrunlebetn strugglebeing
betn being < < waged by the State and Federal Federalgovernments ral ralpvemmentJi
governments to compel the dissolution uoauU of ofthe otthe ofthe
the great Standard OU Company of New NewJersey JlMwJeney NewJersey
Jersey JerseyThe JeneyTbe JerseyThe
The finish of the salt t WM WMShortly dramatis dramatisSbortly ramaUeShortly
Shortly after I oclock the Jury Jurysinging betIaa benaasinging
singing 1 religious relitJlo son soap This was w wup keptup kept keptup
up until 3 341 sclack clack when echoes of ofearDMt as asearnest asearnest
earnest speech came from the Jury JuF room roomBut roeaaBill roomBut
But a few words had h been be bethere spoken when whenthere whetthen
there was wasfrom a bunt of hearty appl appltrom applaaea applaaeafrom
from the jurors jurorsThe JuronThe jurorsThe
The speaking W continued CGD for forut a tow sjMa sjMautes ttWtutes
utes ut more and just on the stroke 1ItroIr of fitododt 4 4oclock 4otloek
oclock there was a rap on the u ucall1n tussle tusslecalling iasMecalling
calling call1n for the bailiff When that of official ottleI1 dtidal ¬
tidal appeared he was told toldThe toldne toldThe
The ne jury Is ready to report reportThe nportThe reportThe
The bailiff baSU < < at once summoned 84 Judge JudgeBanker J JBanker JudgeBanker
Banker County Prosecutor David and andAttorney IUIdAttorney andAttorney
Attorney Troup for the defense defenseWhen cSeteDAeWhen detenaeWhen
When all were In the court room the theforeman tbeoreman theforeman
foreman oreman of the jury handed the verdict verdictto venUctto verdictt
to t the clerk of the courtt court courtIt oourtIt
I It t was read In breathless tbl silence and andthis tUMttb andthis
this tb ended the first chapter In the Uaeale strug struggle struggle ¬
gle which promise PIOIb to be tong drawn drawnout dlwaovt drawnout
out
Juw I ITM tsrL tsrLThe
The verdict t was not reached until tn vat vatafter vote voteanr voteafter
after vow had II 4 been taken 1 owing nwill < < to the thestubborn theof thestubborness
stubborn stubborness ess of a single juror who had hadheld adout hadkohl
held out for acquittal acquittalJudge acquittalfudge
Judge 3 Banker before whom the case casewas aIMwaa casewas
was tried had showed himself as ob obstinate obalDa obstinate ¬
alDa stinate as this juror When the jury juryreported juryrep juryreported
reported rep ltecl yesterday ye t8dayattftaoon afternoon it could not notagree nota notagree
agree a he sent ent the th members back to todeliberate todeliberate todeliberate
deliberate further He declared he would wouldkMp wouldk
kMp k 1 1 the jury locked up until L1 IM oclockht oclock oclockcht dock docktontcht
tontcht cht ht if a verdict was not reached reacheder reaebecl800Der reachedsooner
sooner 800DerArter er erAfter
soonera After a wrangle lasting la nearly all allnight aUnlht allnight
night nlht the one obstinate juror was wasbrought wubrQqht wasbrought
brought over to the aide of the elevenand eleven elevenand cia ciaand
and the verdict of guilty was returnedWill returned returnedWill reumodWill
Will Ask A for Hew ew Trial TrialAttorney TrialAttorney TrialAttorney
Attorney James A Troup for the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard who was present when the thejury theJury thejury
jury reported announced that thi t a motion motionfor motionfor motionfor
for a new trial would be entered soon soonProsecutor lOOnPrOlleCUtor soonProsecutor
Prosecutor David who was present presentsaid preseatMId presentsaid
said nothing nothin The motion 1 Otton will be argued ar argued arped ¬
gued soon and no sentence tenee will be pass paasod paaad passed
od until the motion is decided d < < ldod upon uponA uponA lpoDA
A fine of from HO to fefOO 500 may be im imposed Impoee4 Imposed ¬
posed The text of the jurys report reportwas reportwas reportwas
was a as follows We the jury in this thiscase tbl8c thiscase
case c find the defendant guilty Uty In the themanner the1UUUaef theBanner
manner and form charged in the infor infozaw information Int01JAIl ¬
mation mationIt JAIl tlon tlonIt tionIt
It was w agreed between the attorneys attorneysfor attorneysfor ttorfteYilfor
for the State and the Standard that no nofurther nofurthr nofurther
further prosecutions should take place placeuntil placeuntil placeuntil
until the case in hand should hould be ilnallx ilnallxdence ftaallJtpaeed Anallxpassed
passed upon Prae Practically caUy the same me evl evidence evldel1ce
dence must be used In all the cases and andIf andIf andif
If it falls to convict In the present case caseIt cueIt caseit
It is I agreed that It shall not be used usedlost UIIedaplnt usedagainst
against lost Rockefeller Rockefellerle RockefellerThe RockefellerThe
The le motion for a new trial will prob probably pr0bably I ¬
ably be made Monday MondayNo Monela MonelaNo MondayNo
No Jurisdiction JurisdictionKlines JurisdictionKlines JurisdictionKlines
Klines View Viewof Viewof Viewof
of Trusts Case CaseCLKTBLAJTO CaseCIJLAsfD CaseCLgv
CLKTBLAJTO CLgv LAND Ohio Oct ML 1Iltd1 ifs VIgll Vigil P PKline PKU PKline
Kline KU attorney for th tbt the Standard Oil 011CoMpD
In the Finlsy case said this thisraornlnj Utbilmornln thismorning
morning raornlnjI mornln
I have nothing to say regarding re rdlng the theverdict theverdict theverdict
verdict except eX t that I believe the court courthad courthad courthad
had no jurisdiction in this case and we wewill
take an appeal a PM1 at once onceTHE onceTHE onceTHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REORTThere REPORTThere i iThere
There will be rain tonight and prob probably ¬
Saturday Saturda in the middle Atlantic AUantieStates AtlanticStates
and eastern tern portion of the lower ower oweraake
region retJl n with somewhat cooler coolerweather
In the remainder of the th dis district d dtrlct district ¬
trict fair weather with slightly lower lOwertenperature lowertemperature
is indicated indicatedThe IftmcatedTh IndatedThe
The Th following heavy he vy precipaUon preclpa ton In Iniches InInches
Inches iches has been reported during durjt the theant tbepaat e
ant twentyfour hours hOur Washington VashlngtonLIS
36 Detroit LK > Pittsburg PI ttaburg l 101 101Cbarleeton
176 Charlotte 280 Ache A8benne
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HUNDRED HOUSES HOUSESRAZED HOUSESGROUND
RAZED TO GROUND GROUNDSEA GROUNDSEA
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BART PISBCB PlaM Ji1a Oe Oet if 11onc 11onceondtor l The Theconductor Theconductor
conductor on train No 98 9 just in infrom hsfrom Infrom
from Miami Uam reports poria terrible terrfbleatruetlon de destruction dsstruetion ¬
struction there by the hurricane hurricaneyesterday hurrieaaeyestenlar hurricaneyesterday
yesterday yesterdayFully yestenlarullr yesterdayFully
Fully ullr a hundred houses an iouaed were weredetmmtttxeci wereblown wereblown
blown down pet the ett city Ita In a adntoraJbIed ade10Nt1116td
detmmtttxeci dntoraJbIedThe opnsttitaN opnsttitaNThe
The handsome cnwroh ehsu ben of tn tnEpiscopal the tJHtJ theFpiseopal
Episcopal J 1 and Methodist lei hod rio deoom deDOlDidOlUS denomirw denomirwtious I na nations ¬
tions were both oth destroyed destroyedI destroyedThe eatro7edThe
I The concrete jail wag leaning leaningwith leaningwith I
with danger daJt < < er of turning turning over and andthe andthe i ithe
the prisoners had to be removed removedThe removfClThe removedThe
The car sheds ah are re down and the thetop thetd thetop
top td was blown off the Peninsula Peninsulaand Pemalsand Peninsulaand
and Occidental steamer 8te r sheds shedsA aheclaA shedsA
A twostory brick building oc occupied oeeupled oneupied ¬
cupied as a saloon completely eel collapsed eellapsed ¬ I IJapHd
lapsed JapHdThe lapsed lapsedThe v
The Ws big Royal Ro7 1 Palms PalmaHotel Hotel Flag Flarlers FlaglerO Pinglers
lers lerO palatial winter resort r rt which whichwas walchwu whichwas
was being fitted up for the t e comingseason coming comingseason comingRUlOn
season is said id to have been badly badlydamaged badlydamapd badlydamaged
damaged damagedOwing damagedOwing > fOwing
Owing to the fact that Miami is isunusually isuDusually isunusually
unusually low and that at last re reports reportAl reports ¬
ports the tid tide was rising at a atremendous Atremftdous atremendous
tremendous rate grave fear is en entertained enterWnec1 entertoined ¬
tertained that the city may have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been flooded floodedThe 1IoodedThe floodedThe
The fact that Key West Vetl the first flrstcity ftrstcity firstcity
city in the United States Stat to report reportthe reporttIte reportthe
the storm is i now silent is i causing causingmuch causingmueh causingmuch
much apprehension No word has hasbeen J Jbeen h hbeen
been received in the last at twenty twentyfour twen twentyfour ty tyfour
four hours from this city either eitherfrom eitherfrom eitherfroth
from its wireless station or from ironthe fromthe fromthe
the main cable cableFear cableFiear cablePear
Fear Warships Warshipsin Wars hips hipsin
in Storms Path PathGreat PathGreat a aGreat
Great Sufferers SufferersNITW
NEW YORK Oct 1 1tA A report from fromJacksonville frotlTaok8oftvWe fromJacksonville
Jacksonville Fla this tbi morning mornln says saysthat R8 R8tJIat saysthat
that although warship warabl returning from fromCuba tronlCub fromCuba
Cuba Cub are equipped with wireless apparatus ap apparatus apparabaa ¬
paratus no word has been received from fromthem fromthem fromthem
them at the station at Key West That Thatthey ThattheT Thatthey
they were caught in the storm that thatswept thatawept thatswept
swept the coasts of Cuba and southern southernFlorida lIOuthernlI1orida southernFlorida
Florida is eertaln and their silence is isregarded Isded Isregarded
regarded ded as ominous It is supposed supposedthat supposedthat I Ilbat
that when the storm struck they were werejust werejuat werejust
just outside of Havana harbor The Theblow Theblow Theblow
blow came from the southwest and andwould andwould andwould
would naturally naturall tend to carry the fleet fleetout fteetout fleetout
out to sea Owing to the close prox proximity proxImity proximity ¬
imity of the land it is hardly likely lIkel that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the commanders would dare put about aboutand aboutand aboutand
and face the gale for fear of going goingashore pncashore goingashore
ashore ashoreThere ashoreThere ashoreThere
There is a II possibility poasIbtll t7 that the vessels vesselshad Yeuelhad vesselshad
had not yet et left Havana harbor but butlittle butlittle 4 4little
little consolation is found in ts L 111 111owln as asowing asowing
owing owln to the smallness of the harborand harbor harborand harborand
and Its rocky boundaries bo ndarle it would be bepoor a apoor apoor
poor place for such au h large vessels to be becaught Deea becaught
caught ea t in a hurricane ne Then ben too Ha Havana Havana Havana ¬
vana harbor was known own U > be congested congestedwith congtedwith congestedwith
with the rush of shipping which had hadfollowed hadfOllowed hadfollowed
followed the settlement of the insurrec insurrection IDatltT6Ctlon insurredrlion ¬
lion lionThe tionThe tlonThe
The list of these vessels includes the thecruisers tlMcrul8era thecruisers
cruisers Minneapolis Prairie Denver Denversupply Denv Denvand Denverand
and Brooklyn the battleship Tex Fexas thesupply the thesupply
supply ship Celtic the collier Leonldas Leonldasat Leonid Leonidat Leonidas Leonidasat
at Havana and the cruiser Newark Newarkenroute Nwarkenroute Newarkenroute
enroute from Havana to Guantanamo GuantanamoThe GuantanamoThe GuantanamoThe
The cruiser Cleveland is at Cienfuegos Cienfuegosand Clentu Clentuaftd Ctenfuegogand
and the cruisers erulfi > nI Des De Moines and Ta Taeoflia TaeomA Tacoma
coma and the collier Hannibal are at atManaxlUo atMaDasUlo atManatdllo
ManaxlUo There are also more than than1MO
1MO American soldiers oldter encamped eneam inContinued in inContinued j jContinue
Continued on Second Page PageThe PageThe PageThe
The Best Shingles 450 Per 100 100Lumber 100Lumber xoeoLumber
Lumber Trust Broken BrokenLlbbey BrokenLibbey BrokenLibber
Libber Co 6th St St 8 N Y AveAdv I
Hundred Killed KilledCruiser KilledCruiser T TCruiser
Cruiser Brooklyn BrooklynReported BrooklynReported BrooklynReported
Reported Ashore AshoreFatalities AshoreFatalities AshoreFatalities
Fatalities in i n Camp Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia Result of the theHurricane theHurricane j jHurricane
Hurricane HurricaneJlAVAlfA HurricaneILAVA1fA I IIfctVAXA
IfctVAXA Oct ItAa If As a re result U of ofike of1I1te ofthe
the worst cyclone hi the history historyof
of this tub diy upward of f one hundred hundredpersons hundredpersons n red redper
persons per oaa are r known to to t > be dad cJtoadhun cJtoadhund hun hundreds hundreda ¬
dreds d of other injured Inured and thousands thou thousands thouUBC ¬
UBC sands of dollars of damage has h been beendone heeftclODe beendone
done doneThe clODeThe doneThe
The United States cruiser BrookWM Brook Brooklyn ¬
was torn from fro her Bxoorfags in inw inM inbsxbs
w M bsxbs aDd it it > It flU4tt flU4ttun nt ntli > J Jr
li un < < f
1M 1
r are e said to have ben sre Berfooaly Berfooalytnaged lmsty lmstya udty
a tnaged and it is believed that thatne
ne loss otIII of Ute has 1 occurred occurredour
our members of the fleetThe fleet fleetThe fteetThe
The American camp Camp Cam Colum
a was practically wiped out the thelie
lie leveling every tent and tearing
of them to atoms One sol soliier
was fatally fa t lJy hurt h art and a num number ¬
are rep reported rted seriously injuredMURPHY Injured InjuredNEW InjuredMURPHY
MURPHY WITNESS WITNESSBEFORE 1TNESS 1TNESSBEFORE
BEFORE GRAND JURY JURYIN JURYIN
IN BRIBERY BRIBERYCHARGE BRIBERYCHARGENEW CHARGE CHARGENEW
NEW YORK Oct 19Charle F FMurphy FMurphy FMurphy
Murphy was taken before the grand
today toda on a a subpoena requiring him himto Mmto himto
to give ctv evidence in regard ard to his h state statement lltateIDCnt statemeat ¬
meat In which he alleged that certain
League managers pn had got
of Judge Rosalskys money and andthat andthat andthat
that that explained their refusal to
his name from tho tbf judiciary judiciaryticket JucUclaryticket judiciaryticket
ticket ticketFollowing ticketFoHoC ticketFollowing
Following Murphy Francis E Sho
Independence l enee League Leagu candidate for forCongressman torCoItpeamaa forOongrewnan
Congressman and W V H Rathbone tee te ¬
and the grand rand jury issued an in ¬
to Judge Rosaisky himself to
Assistant AJllll taftt District Attorney
took the invitation to Judge
as he sat t on the bench and in
silken robes the judge ju p entered the
jury roomHave room roomHave roomHave
Have you at any an time contributed or
any money for your endorsement
the Independence Leaguer r was the
question asked a ed Judge Roealsky RoealskyI Ro alsky alskyhI
hI I have not H he replied emphatically emphaticallyIt
It came to me unsought unlOu < < ht and without
or pledge on my part partThe partThe partThe
The members of the grand and jury gath ¬
around Judge Rosaisky and shook
with him and ushered u bered him out
returned their greetings U1lp and went
to his chambers chambersMurphy cbambersMurphy chambersMurphy
Murphy was accompanied by City
Moss 0811 when he reached the
courts buildings buUdI and was w fol ¬
in a few minute by his h brother
Murphy The Tammany leader
before the grand jury at 1197
and remained inside seven min ¬
When he came out he hustled
the waiting crowd of reporters
left the building with wit Mr Moss K
to make any M statement For ¬
Congressman Con Shober was on the
five liy minutes When rtaen be came out
said he had testified only to hearsay hear ay
HI I could tell the grand jury only what whatha4
had heard as s common talk around the
House Hou that certain Wn Tammany
had sent letters leU to Independence IndependenceeaKue IadepeDCJenceJCUe Independenceeague
eaKue JCUe candidates offering them money moneyi moae
i get off the tickets ticketsMr UeketMr ticketsMr
Mr Rathbone said his ate testimony was wasImilar
to that given by Mr Shober
125 To Baltimore and Return Returnla
la 1 Pennsylvania Railroad every eerys ever St Strday < < t trdy
rday y and Sunday Sanda Sunday All regular plAT plATC U trains trainsxc nhw nhwcc
xc C fllPt > t the ConjfresaJonal Con esstonai Limited LimitedIckats II
Ickats t good to return until Sunday SundayIgiit Sunday1lghtAdv
Igiit Adv
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AETNA BANK BANKCLOSES BANKCLOSES
CLOSES DOORS DOORSPENDING DOORSPENDINGPROBE
PENDINGPROBE PENDINGPROBEReceiver PENDING PROBE PROBEReceiver
Receiver in in Charge are of ofLocal ofLocal o oLocal
Local Branch rant of hon hontana Nontana Montana
tana Institution I on onOrder onOrder onOrder
Order Comptroller ComptrollerMOST ComptrollerMOST Comptroller1DEPOSITORS
t
MOST OF DEPOSITORS 1DEPOSITORSWERE DEPOSITORSWERE DEPOSITORSWERE
WERE POORER POORERInvestments CLASS CLASSInvestments CLASSInvestments
Investments of Institution InstitutionWere InstitutionWere Institutiont
Were of Speculative Class Classand ClassI Classand Classand I
and Made in West Western Western Western ¬
ern Mines MinesThe MinesThe MinesThe
The Washington branch of the u Aetna Aetnaanktng Aetn AetnBaa1dac Aetnakhng
Baa1dac anktng khng and Trust Company of ButteMen Butte ButteMon ButteXCNI
Mon was closed this morning JDOII BC by dl direction dlrcttolt dlFenton ¬
rection of T T Kane acting comptrollee comptrol comptroller eomptrollor ¬
lee of the currency CUlNDe The Washington Washingtonbranch Waablntonbranch Washingtonbranch
branch to at 128 F street northwest northweetThe north northwestThe we2t we2tThe
The branch made a showing on Sep September Sepe Sepetember September ¬
tember 4 in its report to the comptroller comptrol comptrolter oomptrol1er
ter of assets t and aIM liabilities 1W > dlities each ftgur figurtn j jing i iing
ing tn U tItC 1 > 3LL Oi O the liabilities JlabUlts f420a f420ais 4200J 4200 423II
is J savings vtap deposits SS8400 > individual de deposits cleta decndtz ¬
posits cndtz ta and 340no teMO represented advances advancesfrom adyanceafrom advancesfrom
from the head institution in Butte The Theopinion i iopinion
opinion 0 of Acting Comptroller Kane Isthat is isthat ISthat
that the losses Oue of the depositors de tors will ba laheavy baheavy 1 > 6 6heavy
heavy The be collaterals represent unknown un unknown unkaowa ¬
known Western Waster ventures vent of doubtful doubtfulvalue doubtfulTa1uo doubtfulvalue
value Ta1uoLlttle valueLittle valueLittle
Little Is t known mown In Washington abouc aboucthe aLoutthe tabouCthe
the parent t concern It Is credited whit whit0M wiiaIMfM wltLGIMI
IMfM GIMI 0M eapkal and is incorporated in inWest ltWMt trtWest
West Virginia tqtnl The comptroller under underthe underthe m1trth
the th authority given him II by the iw iwbanking n tW tWtaw w wbanking
banking law for the District D tricc approved approvedJune approPlJune approerlJune
June 38 last examined IftIDad the local Jisi Jisitutlon Insttution < l ltutloa
tutlon and found f nd tts tII condition so un unsatisfactory u utbat unsatiKactory ¬
satisfactory that the decision to close closeit c10ISQIt closaIt
it was reached late yesterday aftern afternouli afternouliaad afternoouand jii jiiand
and promptly acted upon this tb l morningHeillse morningH morning morningHates
Hates H Formerly President PresidentF
F Augustus Hetnse young napoleon Napoleoaof apolfflI1 apolfflI1of
of copper Qnana O vtook I 5O3 B lwltthx ulUies sta stallve ta tave la4 la4l
llve l ve verosadidkte rosadidkte eapdUKHe tor 1 JtonaCLr iiaesr U Mont tout na notf na11n
11n l u tlcy hw i t1 prr4te JI r of ntkut nltatrgModal
Modal s was president of th thA lhA U UAel
Ael A taa Banking and Trust Company uttli un until UI UIUI ¬
til a little over a year ear ago when wht > n the thamanagement
management t was w reorganized and he re retired retlre4 retired ¬
tired from the presidency but bu t still re retained retained retamed ¬
tained his Interests In the concern La Last LastDecember b bDecember toDeeembfr
December it is stated at the comp comptroller comptrollers comptroliery ¬
trollers troller office Reuse disposed of his
in the Institution to Fred H ItStreet I IStreet HStreet
Street a New Haven Conn Con man wh whpresent who h < >
turn In August u t lest soli lIOiQ out The Thttpreeellt Thepresent
present head at t Butte is c W W Dodson Dodsonof Dod Dodsonof OI1 OI1Of
of BostonIn Boston BostonIn BoetonIn
In accordance with the decision ofthe of ofthe orthe
the actibg comptroller the Washington Washingtonbranch Whtngto1bralch Waahingtoabranch
branch was placed pI In the hands of ofRobert ofRobert ofRobert
Robert Lyons Lyo as rtrfelver r fr He took pos possession posHNlon possession ¬
session of ofthe the banking office and ac ¬
at once onceNeither onceNelthft onceNeither
Neither at the comptrollers office o kp n nn nnIn nor norin r rin
in banking circles of Washington is ismuch Ismueh Ismuch
much known about either the local localbranch Jocalbrancb localbranch
branch or the parent concern the I he im impression 1mpreulon tmpresion ¬
pression has been said a prominent prominentbanker prominentbnker prominentbasks
banker that the institution secured de deposits depoelte deposits ¬
posits In Washington to use in invest investments Imstments inv st stments ¬
ments in the West Local banks have bravehad havehad h l V Vhad
had little ts t do with them Occasionallychecks Occasionally Occasionallychecks Occasional y ychecks
checks on them have come to us and andthey andtbey andthey
they have been cashed when there was wastrash WilScaah vu3 vu3cash
cash on deposit depositInvestments depcldLIIlYe8tJMltta depositInvestments
Investments Were Speculative SpeculativeThat SpecalatinThat SpewlativeThat
That the institution made Investmentschiefly Investments Investmentschiefly mvestmenthleft
chiefly hleft in Western concerns and that thati thattheee thatthese
theee i were mainly matal speculative was wasborne wasbom4t wasborne
borne out by Acting Comptroller ComI roDer KaneHe Kane KaneHe KaneHe
He said saidThe aidTIIe saidThe
The list of collateral to possession possessionof
of the branch Includes the Canon City CityFlorence Cit CitFlorence CityFlorence
Florence and Royal Gorge Interna International International International ¬
tional Railroad Companys paper Wo Wounderstand S0 S0understand 0 0understand
understand the road is unfinished Alsothre Also AlsoUK Alsotb
tb thre UK < re ta x collateral of the Dividend MinIng Min Mining fin finloe ¬
ing and Mining Mmn Company of Arizona Arizonathe Arizonathe Arizonathe
the Osage Consolidated Oil and ta taCompany has hasCompany aa aaCompany
Company also of Arizona and the theHelena theHelena theHelena
Helena and Dillon Gold Mining Com Company Comy Company ¬
pany y I dont care to give the amounts amountsOf
Of the different items held however howeverThey hOWtverThy howeverThey
They all seem em to be unknown and of ofthe ordoubttul ofdoubtful
doubtful value and I should say that thatthe thatthe
the depositors will likely lose a largeshare large largeshare lugehare
share hare of their money moneyThe moneyThe moneyThe
The concern has an agency in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York though we do not understand understandthat understandthat understandthat
that It did a banking business bu tn th thtTe thtTehether there thereWhether re reWhether
Whether hether it had branches branch in other cities citieswe cit1f cit1fwe citieswe
we have not yet learned learnedThe lamedThe learnedThe
The savings vlnp deposit representedgenerally represented representedgenerally repreknt d denrally
generally enrally poor people ple whose w mon money moneywas > y ywas y1UI
was 1UI in small amounts The bank ban Had Hadsavings I lid lidgYinp d dsavings
savings bank lock boxes box scattered all allover nlloyer allover
over town through which the th money moneyof moneyot moneyof
of the poorest class lass of depositors d JMMdtors had hadbeen hadbeen ladbeen
been gathered In InUncertainty InUncertainty InUncertainty
Uncertainty as a to Outcome OutcomeMr OU OuttoaMr I IMr
Mr Kane was asked about the legal legalstatus legalttu legalstatus
status ttu of depositor in the Washington Washingtonbranch Waahlngtotbranch Washingtonibranch
branch as against the assets of the
or parent establishment e I suppose sup suppose 8UPJMMI8 ¬
pose he replied that if the bank at
is solvent it will make good P > Od the theclaims th thclahlUl theclaims
claims of depositors in the Washington Washingtonbranch Wuhlngtonbranch Washingtonbranch
branch But as to the legal status tatw or
to our power to investigate and take takecharge lakeCMllle takecharge
charge of the institution at Butte 1cant 1 Icant 1cant
cant make a statement at this time
ts the first experience we have had
the new law and while le that law lawelves l w
us ample powers powe over loattu institutions PCs
the District the extent of our powers W
against U Ult a related institution outside
District I > Iatrict is a matter for the lawyers
advise us about If the parent insti ¬
does not make k good any deficit
the Question of holding assets
to moot it would have to be st stilr s t
i later laterMr LaterMr
Mr Kane was unable unab to tell anything anythingMUt
MUt the status tatua of the Butte bank banknide k
from the fact fa t that It was ws organ ¬
under West W t Virginia law I dont
whether It has been subject toxamination to lOxamlnatJon
by the Montana banking
or not he said Id or wheth ¬
the State of West Virginia VI inll ha hall at ¬
to maintain any supervision IJUrtfn 1810
it It Under our new District law
comptroller has authority over all
In the District t wherein
have been incorporatedJohn incorporated incorporatedJohn InenrporatedTohn
John T Hoag 1i assisitant tant Ashler ahl shier r in ine lrt1aarKe
1aarKe e of the Washington branch bra + rtch was wasat
at the banking house ho assisting
Examiner Owen T Reeves JrContinued jr jrContinued jrContinued
Continued on Ninth Pace

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