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Fair Tonight and Warmer WarmerWednesday m
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r NUMBER 6645 WASHINGTON r ASHINGTON TUESDAY EVENING MAnOR 15 1910 PRICE ONE CENT
MONOPOLY AGENTS AGENTSTRYING AGENTSTRYING
TRVIHP TRYING llmfllu Tfl TO ID AVERT AVERTGAS Aitm AitmWill AVFRT
GAS INVESTIGATION INVESTlGkTIONfWill
Will Endeavor to Send Reso Resolution Resolution Resolution ¬
lution for Inquiry to Committee Committee Com Cornmittee ¬
mittee Grave GraveSENATE Grave6ENATE GraveSENATE
SENATE OBLIGED OBLIGEDTO OBLIGEDTO
TO DEFER DECISION DECISIONFailure DECISIONai1ure DECISIONfailure
Failure of Measure to Return From FromPrinter FromPrinter Fro FroPrinter m
Printer Forces Postponement Postponementof
of Consideration ConsiderationAsents ConsiderationAgents
Agents of the Washington ashlngt R Gfee c G UghCompany Light LightCompany Light LightComP8ny t
Company and of o President Pre dent Jebn Joh J R Mc McLean McLean ¬
Lean have been busying < < themselves yes yesterday YMtt y ¬
terday tt > rday and tc tcrt tciay lay at the Capitol apltol in con connection eonectJon connectlon ¬
nection with tth th the resolution re oluUon by Senator SenatorBrown 5AtorBrown Swat SwatBrown
Brown looking to a general Investiga Investigation Inve lnveetlratlon tlp tlption ¬
tion of th the gas p oompany companyThe oompanyThe
The Gas Monopoly interests are arem deter determined 1 J JmJned r ¬
m mined ined to smother the resolution To Tothis Tothis T
this end they have carefully looked up upthe upthe u p
the parliamentary situation ituat and aD t tey tey1JeJleve tt ey eyRelieve
Relieve that if they can get the theresolution th thT e
resolution T > 801uUon sent to either th the Com Committee Commlttee Cornmlttee ¬
mlttee on the District oC o Co Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia or the Committee on C Coratm CoratmBent CmUnJent + ntln ntlnGent
Bent Expenses of the Senate they can canpermanently OJIWrmanontly t > ft s
permanently sidetrack ftThe 1L 1LThe It ItThe
The friends of the resolution on the theother theoth t he
other oth r hand are determined to have haveltght a afight afi
fight fi t before It goes goe to the graveyard graveyardrJhy pjrave7artlhtY graveyardThey
They expressed expretlllf today confidence conftde that thatby thatY th thby
by Y the time ttm the resolution had been D < < n die discussed dieClIUed d ¬
cussed on the floor the oppotttoa oppo tto would wouldnot wouldnot won W
not be able to muster enough enou < < h strength strengthto trsngt trsngtto h hto
to administer the anesthetics which the thefriends Utefriend thE thEi
friends i of the th t Gas Company C mpany are anxious anxiousto Ax Axto teas
to rive
Resolution Miastag MiastagThe XiuiagThe iaisgThe
The resolution was reported lest lestby yesterday yesterdayby Yestby a
by Senator Brown and th the written writtenport re report ntport ¬
port was at once Pent to the Govern Governmant GovernnHmt Governmeat
meat Printing Office It should have havebeen kavemen bav bavboon e
been printed and a d on the d desks sw of ofhers mem members JIMJIDera ¬
hers era early tMs t 1a morning molft but a a few fewUtz min minutes JDtftutNI ¬
utes before the session opened the theporters sup supporters 8Upporters ¬
porters of the measure made the inter tnttrsting Irateesting
sting discovery that it t had not DOtIrr corn oomefrom
from Irr the it printing office ottkeAs
As the resolution lio was due to come comeup comeup coin e
or up u for action acth during durl11 the earlier parts partsof pa
of r todays seesloa sslon Ioa the absence or ot ofreport the thereport thertwrt
report made it almost impossible to t o
discuss it intelligently Int U1gentiy The alarm alarmpromptly was waspromptly WII WIIpromptly
promptly givoti bh and it was agreed agreedamong a agree agreeamong reecI reecImong ad
among mong supporters of the resolution resolutionthey that thatthey thatt
they t would ink that it jp P over ov another anotherttoraa anotb er
day 1q View of otthe the abIteIiCe of a r rrne
ttoraa ome rne ousMerbte rbI interest IDteJe t JaM hamtaken rE I Itaken
taken in the T phenomenon of the theeminent tilefrnment
eminent Printing Prlntln Offices tail failure to get
t thle till h II rs0nrt to the Capitol on d time > w wrest I in InJeW
1 JeW of the active interest rest which the thega tbega t tgas
gas ga pec pecple eC pie le have been taking to get the t he he
measure out of the way wayAsked wa waAsked wayAsked
Asked for Poetpoaeraest PoetpoaeraestWhen t
When t tit le > e resolution waa reached reachedearly r I Iearly I
early in l she he Senate session ee Ion Senator SenatorBrown SeINItorBrown SenateBrown ° r
Brown asked that m In view of thepence the thelienee ab absence ¬
pence of the report the whole matter mattergo rail U Uo
go o over until UI
tomorrow H Ue also re requested Feque ¬
quested que led that the report and the reaolutlon resoilion resolu resolution u ¬
lion be printed in n th the Record so somembers that thatmembers tbatmembera
members may have them at hand when whenthe 1JMnthe w wthe 1tOa
the subject comes up tomorrow tomorrowUnder tomorrowUnder tomorrowUnder
Under the Senate rules is is regarded regardedas regar
as inevitable that this resolution re oIution mu must al
be referred to the Committee on Con ConRent Confenl Co Cogent a
Rent Expenses Expen ea of o the Senate Senator SenatoJRean +
Kean of New Jersey is chairman a athe and andthe andthe ad
the > committee is commonly commo ly a graveyard grave veJrd veJrdtOT and
for fo propositions 8 of this kind which th thiconeervatlve ui uicooservatlve t tIconeervatlve h P
iconeervatlve leaders of the Senate Sena to i
doesnt want to act uponIt uponIt upon uponIt
It is expected that the usual taetics taeticstrill taodcaWill t ttrill
trill be applied to this th affair unless unlessspecial unl unltlpAcial unlessspecial
special effort is made to impress t the thecommittee theommlttee ha i
committee with the fact f t that the Sena Senate Senatemeans Senattm to
means m anEJ business buaine S and that there is a
majority behind eund the resolution Eve Every r ¬
a thing thing indicates today that there will f e p
sonic orne sharp
maneuvering and some very very ve
plain language before the parliamentary p4trltamnt ry
situation Is I thinned out outSEARCH
I
SEARCH FOR ROBBERS ROBBERSt
t Central office detectives det tft8 are search search1 I
lag today for burglars who made searchan an ann j
unsuccessful attempt to crack the safe ea
In the Maryland ryland Lunch Room 1008 Penn Pe Pen n ¬
sylvania e lva l avenue venue northwest The would wool d
be robbers smashed the combination
with an n ax but were unable to
the safe which contained about aboutWEATHER 190 190WEATHER 35tWEATHER open
WEATHER REPORT REPORTCold
Cold weather is now general through
out 0 rryer rfrttr It the country east of the Miealset Mtesisetlrt M ppl p ¬
rITer and freezing temperature WmT
wu re r
corded this morning as far South S uth u 8
Georgia Alabama and MiasissiDDi Th The T
temperature has risen In the upper Up r Mte MteThere i 18
Jilsslppl valle valley and continues above the t he head
normal throughout the plains States and a ad adhike
the region west t thereof
There were snow flurries during the ti e
last twenty ur hours in the kweFlake lower Jake a
region the upper Ohio valley and the t he s
northeastern States and nd local preclpU preca
tation Is reported from the south plat pie t
SH can au Jeslon region and the PaeM < coast In all 11 I
districts other than these referred to 0
the weather was fair during Monday Mondayand Mo Moand ttday f
and Monday night nightLow nl8htLow nightLow
Low totnporatues will continue tonight tons ht 1
in the mlddl Atlantic south Atlantic AtlanticAnd A Atlan UaDtlc UaDtlcADd dG dGhi
And east Gulf States Frost Froe is indicated I lndtcat
1 for tonight to the east G At 1f and south eon li
Atlantic States except southern southerncentral and andcentral lid lidCfnlral i
central Florida FloridaFORECAST FloridaFORECAST FloridaFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT
Fair tonight and Wednesday W ne dy warmer war mar
Wednesday minimum temperature temperaturenigttt to tonight tonl ¬
night nl t about 15 degrees light l1 < < ht to tocrate mod moderate QIOderate ¬
erate northwest and west windsTSMP winds windsT16MPBRATURBS wtnclsT1MPERA
T16MPBRATURBS T1MPERA TSMP RATURZS TUnD TUnDl TUnDN
8 a m 28
9 a m ao
10 l a m XI
11 a a u BJ a
N
12 noon oc JS JSSUN
SUN TABLS TABLSSun TABL5Sun TABL3Surn
Sun rises rises fcu fcuSun 111Sun 4 11
Sun sets e 14 eT T TTIDE 7TIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLKToday TABLEToday1 TABLETodac
Today1 Today High ch tide 11 1108 a m and andD 1135 1135p U35Po 5
p Po m low Ud tJde 6fli a L m and artdao3 p pTomorrowHigh m mTomorrow mTomorrowHip
Tomorrow TomorrowHip High tide 12 a m nLtide low lowtide lowtlde
tide 556 5l a L m and 642 p m mCONDITION mCONDITION mCONDITION
CONDITION OF THE WATER WATERHARPERS WATERIa WATERHARP1SIRS
HARPERS FERRY W Va M Mareb MUCI11i MUCI11isoth eh ehboth 16 16Both B
Both rivers clear this morningEtltablithed morning morningEstablished momlDtE6tabl
Established E6tabl fhed 1824 IS24Gtb fitbNnd and New York YorkAve YorkVe Y YAye ork k
Ave Ve Old Reliable Gemstna G GeaniawAdT GeaniawAdTt Adrt dt dtt t
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INSURGENT iN THUNDER THUNDERIS
IS TAKEN BY TAFT TITPresident TAFTPresident
President P Says He Will lill Not NotInsist N No NoInsist t tInsist
Insist Railroad B Bill > 11 Go GoThrough GoThrough GoThrough
Through Unamended UnamendedULTRARADICAL UnamendedULTR
ULTRARADICAL ULTRARADICALMOVE ULTR ULTRA R RADICAL RADICALMOVE DICAL DICALMOVE
MOVE OPPOSED OPPOSEDSenator OPPOSEDSenator OPPOSEDnator
Senator Se nator Jones AfterWhite After White House HouseCall HouseCan HouseCall
Call Intimates Criticism CriticismHas CriticismHas CriticismHas
Has Little Effect EffectThat EffectThat
That President Taft has takeR the thewind thewind t twind he heto
wind out of the sans Jl of tic t laeurgesin tMurge msurgeata msurgeatain bl bl1ft
in the Senate by ajinottcintp nftOUltelR t tbtll that be bewill
will wi 111 ll not insist that the Administrations Administrationsrailroad liea a
railroad bill be passed without amend amendment amendment amendins ¬
ment ins t is the opinion express e ad today by byleaders bY188dera b r
leaders le aders of o the regular wins III < < of o t trty the theparty tMptI be
party partyAlthough ptI rty rtyI rtyAlthough
Although he is s said old kI to believe beI e the that thatthe t
I the act as a framed by Attorney G Gtickeraharn General GeneralWickersham GeDeraI1Vicker8hm e
Wickersham with the cooperation CG cooperationvice and andadvice aMadvlee
advice ad vice of Secretary Nagel and the trsetnre mem members IIMIftbent ¬
bent he re of 0 the Interstate Inl te Commerce Com Commiwion Comnd Coinission
miwion nd m ission lon contains all the provisions provisionsnecessary prov pro vyiotre lon lonneeeeAry
necessary ne cessary for the bolstering up of the theadmittedly theadmittedly
admittedly ad mittedly deficient Hepburn H pburn law he befluid
would W fluid welcome from the naturgent naturgentSenators Ja AslurgeaSantora iur8entSnatora t
Senators or anybody else in Congress Congressamendments CoRgI CoRgIWlndmeDta Cottgrmendments ors
amendments a that would make it better betteror beltsor orsr r
or more suitable to the demands of the thecountry tMoounlr7
country co untryMr untry
Mr 1 Tafts declaration of his attitude
in the matter was ow made to Senator
Jones Jo nes of Washington Wa hl today
I may lay sa ald idsay id d Senator Jones as
he left the White House after his talk talkwith talkwith tallwith
with the President that Mr Taft Taltwants t
wants w ants it plainly understood that h bto Is I Inot
not maintaining and will not maintain maintainctatorial a i
dictatorial di ctatorial position in n regard to the in
teretate commerce law lawOpposes
Opposes UltraRadiatlisluWhat UltraRadicalism UltraRaQi a 3m
What he wants 1It is I a good ood law 1 w a la laat law lawthat lawthat x
that th at will 111 make up for what Is lacking 1aeIdntc1A 1i Mf
in th t the Hepburn law He does not In Inst Int
sit st t that the bill go through unamended unamendedbut ullaBleDdedbut u ubut
but he will viii not stand ata for any ultra ultraacUo
radical acUo amendments endmeota that would make makethe e
the bill the laughing 1aUKbJ stock tock of the theCOUra
courts courtsSenator COUrat e0lirtaSenator
t Senator Jones also intimated that the t taction
j I action of o the CumminsLa Follette in insurgent InBurgent ineurgeat
surgent coterie in the Senate in oppos °
line line la g gand everything erytbln the Administration did didand didand d
and in n trying to make it appear that
1Mr I Mr M r Taft had sent to Congress Co in a his hI
j interstate In terstate commerce bill an instrument In instru tnstrumet tru truI ¬
I meat framed fra for the protection protecU n of o th thrailroads the theraUroad t b e
re railroads Dads was w producing little effect on o bo I
the President PresidentThe Pre ldeJIt
The President is said to be Mghta Beginning alq la I I
to realise that much of tb the opposition laort on 0
the part of o certain of the thes insuraguU DU I
is s for political effect IIqros MOU o d < < < tm > r M Mpendent
pendent Jllftll e t Senators Seaatontaaen men who emrhr ter rl rlwere r It Itelon h s ssession
session elon were inclined to cast in their lot 10twith
with w ith the t Insurgents Intlurcentaare are described as
holding holdlD < < a similar opinion
The continued criticism of o the Ad Administration A d I Iltlnlstnatlon
ministration tnlah traflonThe by such men as Cum Cummins
L La Follett Dolllver Clapp and Brto
tow has gone so far according to BeD Senator BeDator ¬
ator Jones that other Western Sena Seri ¬
tors t o are standing I from under underSays uaderSays
Says He Wishes Wi t te Be Fair FairThe FairTIM
The Presidents action in aanou sjinoundns sjinoundnshis
his h is J willingness willing to b have v his bl intersUU intersUUcommerce infers lateracommerce tate I
commerce c act amended was not doae doaefor I
for political purposes UrtO eII It is I simply due dueto dueto du e
to his deetre to be fair said Senator 5eftaorJODeS er r
Jones this morning morniD And yet in effect effectit e elf elfti < < eot eotIt
it ti is regardEd r 8 rd d as a good political move movesince movesince atovnce e
since si nce the insurgents will now have toend to tocome tftame
come out in the open pen with any amend amendments amendraeots am end ¬
Heats they want to suggest and bear
the full responsibility for them thI L
What th the President < IH insist ln btt upon u pea
in his bill is that the th major features t tures of f
it be kept intact The provisions he is IeunwllUng
unwilling to have changed are those tboeecreating t
creating c the commerce court and provkUog pro providing ¬
viding tor Federal supervision of o stock a aseises <
Issues 1 seises ueS the handling of prosecutions p tIon8 in inviolation Inviolation f
violation violation of the act by the Department Departmentof Departe Departeo =
of o Justice Instead of by the Interstate Interstal rte
Commerce C ommerce Commission and the nsai main n
tenance of the legislative 1 latlvo powers of a the t tnterstate
Interstate I Commerce Commission so as 8
to enable that body to nx rates ratesWith ratesWith
With these features lirmly incorpor incorporated Incorporated lncorpotied ¬
ated 11 1 the bill th the President is descrl descrlas described describedas de crlbed crlbeda8
as willing to hay ha it changed at other otherpoints otherolntB ottt
points olntB He is quoted as expressing expres 1n a
desire for a fair honest and eecti effective e eaw
law l aw without regard to who helps in n the ti tiraming e
framing f of o it itOFZMISHELO
GOus U OU5N N OF r VIGiiM VICTIM
OFZMISHELO OFZMISHELOKin OF ZELAYA ZELAYAIS IS HELD HELDKin HEL HELKin B
Kin KinU of American n Shot In InNicaragua InN I n
Nicaragua N icaragua Arrested Arrestedfor Arrest d dfor
for Conspiracy Conspiracya
CORINTO Nicaragua March 1 11 11Charged Is
Charged with conspiracy against the thelife thelire t he
life of President Madriz George Can Cannon
non twentyfive cousin of Lee Roy ROTCannon
Cannon the American who ws + ex executed
ecuted by former President Pre tdeAt Zelaya Zelayais
is held In prison prl on here today tod1Cannon
Cannon was arrested several days daysago dajIago dataago
ago but his 111 identity was not eatab eatabJlshed eatabfished
fished until late yesterday when after afteri
a vigorous examination by prison of officials oCftclals offlcials ¬
ficials It was brought out that CaR Caanon CaRnOn Cannon
non had been in Central C011tra1 Ce teal America for forother foraome
some time and hu bad ad adventures in ino
other o places placesCannon c
Cannon was as secretary to General
Chamorro leading general in the theprovisional theprovllonal theprovfalonal
provisional army He came here fromBluelields from fromBluefields fromBlueJIelds
Bluefields He bad obtained a letter letterof
of o introduction to President Madriz
in Port Limon LimonThe LimonThe
The arrest of Cannon was made madewith madevtth madewith
with the knowledge of Admiral Kimball Kim KImball
ball commander of American naval navalforces navaltor navalSauce
forces tor es hereDuring here hereDuring hereDuring
During his examination he declar declarGeneral declarGeera
General Chamorro filled tr ti his s head with Uh
the idea that President Madriz Xa irlz art with was wasresponsible wasresponsible as
responsible for the death of his cousin cousinand cousllaad cousinand
and he was seeking revenge reVeDceKNOX revengeKhIOX
KNOX SELLS TWO MACHINES MACHINESPROVIDENCE MACHINESPROVIDEJCE
PROVIDENCE March IS 151n In proof of ofhis othis ofItis
his ability a Ulty to take care of a a wife Phll Philander PhllaDele Phllander ¬
ander C Knox KAoxjr jr has already made metea 1IWGa
a phenomenal record as a an automobile automobileatesiw autOMQ autOeebNosaieserrut e ealUinoUl
atesiw The first day 7 he sold twa twamachine twf twfmaeMuas >
machine m cftllJ which the old salesmen ae
Rt3t knowledge U to > > be a first das days f
KELLOGG 1 PRESENTS PRESENTSGOVERNMENTS PRESENTSOVERNMENTS
GOVERNMENTS G SlOEIN SlOE
IN oirasT OIL TRUST CASE CASECharges CASEharges
Charges C Charges Continued Absorp Absorption Absorption Absorption ¬
tion of Rivals In InRecent InRecent InRecent
Recent Years YearsCOUNSEL
i iCOUNSEL jI
I COUNSEL EXPLAINS EXPLAINSENORMOUS EXPLAINSENOR EXPLAINSENORMOUS
ENORMOUS ENOR lOUS PROFITS PROFITSAsserts PROFITSAsserts ROFITSAsserts
Asserts Two Per Cent Compounded tomFoendedWould CompoundedWould ompoundedVould
Would Have Brought BroughtPresent BrougktPresent
Present Results ResultsThe ResultsThe
The first ftr t portion JH rtIon of the argument arptmtToha of ofJohn
Jo John hn G < MMbum J lJt1 vnl against oonfirmatlan OOftftnnUmor
of ° the seder ei er of the t e United States Circuit CircuitCourt
C Co Court urt Wert ordering the he dissolution di eoluto of the theSta
Sta Standard danl Oil Company was completed completedfa eanpfetedtoday
today fa tt the U United ke4 States Stat Supreme SupremeCourt SuprmeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Mr XMhurB Mil bum spoke J Oke for to a IMtle IMtleleeo UttJeIe8
lose Ie8 than fifteen fttt minutes 1IIInvt and in theosing the theolofllng theel
olofllng el slng moments of his address to the thecourt th thoourt the01i
0 court 00 01i of last resort 1WI < < t l he > made e an eloquent eloquentappeal loquntap
appeal ap 1 to saw the iii Standard Oil Com Com116AY
I pany from it + ont diosclutm diosclutmImmediately 1MehaU 1MehaUImmedJately > 6 6Iatsnedistely
Immediately after Mr Milburn fin tinkbed finisbed
I lebed his argument the Government GYnun nt case caeEWH caseas
was w as outlined by 1 Frank
y B Kello
Kellogg
< < g ape apedal pe peetal
c etal COIIIIMII who baa had ad charge o or thE thEPlOMeUtIoII
proeecution pr osecution of o ta OM all > il I company companyHe COIItpaDHe
He declared that the organization or l aation of ofthe
r I
j the Standard Oil Ccmpany Cc tnpamy and its nls nlstory nl nltory nlators
t tory from 1ST JI4t to O6 IMS at which time the theOoveniBtent th8Govenl theovernment
Govenl G OoveniBtent overnment tent instituted IDlltttutedK suit
under the theSherman the9hermaa thefdttrmtm
s Sherman antitrust law was not th thsimple the thesimple
simple si mple tale as told by vr Mr Mflburn MflburnHe XDbarnHe
He declared sola red it
to be a period of ofmonopoiixatloR ofoJtGpotbatton ofmenepiisatioa
monopoiixatloR during which arm compe competition oompeUtlA De DeUtfox ¬
t tition was stifled independent I
corn corned eompanae ¬
j panics < < were either abeerbed rbed or wreck wrecked wrecked
e ed and dismantled and aa of > f
eoapi cy cynot cyDOt c Y Ynot
s not only among tHe officials O ie1al of the theStandard the5taJHi theaadtrM
Standard 5taJHi aadtrM 011 Company hut ut also al aleonsplracy anspiracy a aconspiracy
c conspiracy co in which railroad oAeials oAeialsplayed cII cIIplaecI
J played a prominent part He H Hthat deelar duefred i ied
4 ed that the control of the oil iMwto iMwto9 hosIaes
1 by y the Standard IMaa grow from J Jto +
t to 50 > > 9 per cent tealjitatiser centJnctkec t tJx
Jnctkec Jx Sfa Sheer w latoreot latoreotStandard IaCllreetJIrOBI
Prow UN qu lesis directed 1Ir w wberw n nbens
bens of taw luDteaa Court t e fh itc itcterseys t t10nten
10nten arguing 011 both Iaot aides sC the tJMndaJOd
Standard Standard ndaJOd Oil case cueare legal precTaosUcators precTaosUcatorsare p
are today attecnpilas atte pUDf to figwe out th the theattitutde Uteattlhat
attitutde attlhat e ef O Individual members of the theoourc tINoourc th thcourt
oourc oourcIt oourcIt
It is J noldom that any a7 ease bah Being r pre presented preeated Ne NeHII ¬
sented HII s to the hb highest tr trtfeoMU dsrssa lltbat Invokes mvokesanything JaYOk JaYOkJtlre Invokesnything
anything a like a general gaestiositts ovestiooias of oferattjr ofthe
the counsel U atgalaig It TIM court gea geaoM8
erattjr hobs oM8 aloof and ad it i < has been wins winspared wfbseed
pared p eed that very often one several of ItaDMlDMrs hs hsntembers
i embers m slumber peaceCulty Uy through througtathe throtlCbthe
the oratorical i X5jres X inn ot the argu argument arsuea argusteal ¬
steal mentwhich ea Cases ae jt jrd d Oft tb the record reeordhlcb
which hlcb being printer is accessible al always alt ¬
ways t and the justices ju jr + tl as frequently pay paylittle paylittle lnrttle
little li ttle heed to the tore forensic atc argument of ofcounsel DCeoun
counsel counselPractitioners eoun el elPraet1tlonen
Practitioners before bef Ie the court are aretherefore re reueCOIto
therefore pointing out as indicative ofthe of ofthe otthe
the unusual unu ual interest Intele t of the tribunal the thescores theIiCOr
scores IiCOr of interrogatories ter made of ofcounsel orOOUDHI
counsel by individual member Btem1 of the thebench thebeDch
bench
Counsel Interrupted InterruptedJustices IRteIT11ptedJu InterruptedJustices
Justices Ju tJees White and ad Lurton were the thetwo thetwo thetwo 1
two most mo t inquisitive yesterday taking takingcopious takingcopious laic laiccopious I
copious notes and ad frequently interrupt interrupting ¬
lag Attorney John G Mil Kilburn burn for fur further turther furthey ¬
ther elucidation on involved points pointspar par particularly U UUeularly ¬
ticularly as to the corporate relaon relaonships nolaonshipe rela bn bnships
ships of the various subsidiary ub ldlary com companies rompanics om ompanlff ¬
panics forming the oil combine and of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the steps taken toward that centralisa centralisation centrallzatJon ctntrallsttlion
lion of vower wer in the holding company companythe companythe companythe
the Stun Stanlani lard Oil of New N8 Jersey JerMJyJuatlCo JerseyJuatict
Justice Day who is an Ohioan was wasparticularly WIUIparticularly w warticularly as
particularly p inquisitive inqul ltlve as a to the de decision decillion declston ¬
cision of o the courts In that State Statewhich Statewhich Statewhich
which adjudged d the Standard Oil Com ¬
pang p ny of Ohio a monpoly mot + poty and forced forc ed a a
general g neral readjustment readju tment of the trusts trust s
affairs affairsJustice a affairsJustice < < lra lraJUlltice
Justice Brewers BreW61 interrogatories interrogatoriesIntricate taterrogatorl es
were confined con ned to points involving the th ese e
Intricate I system of stock ownership ownerahi P
and exchange of o stock in the sobs ¬
diary companies for that In n the
Standard Oil of New JerMyone Jersey one o of f
the t he things against sable hie hthe Govern ¬
ment has b turned its artillery
Wn When n the court convened Attorney AttorneyContinued Atlornc Atlornccntlmted AttorneyCoatfAtled
Continued on Second Page Pager
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JOHN G MILBURN MILBURNRepresenting ATTORNEY GENERAL GEORGE W WICKERSHAM
Representing Standard Oil Company CompanyL
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ROOSEVELT HAPPY HAPPYFAMILY HAPPYFAMILY
nuiiv rABILi FAMILY IS IQ Dniwnrn REUNITED ntUlilItUColonel REUNITEDColonel
Colonel and Mrs Roosevelt RooseveitEm I IKHARTOUM jBra
I IIn
Bra Seebag Sirhm Ili IliIa
In K1 KhKFiARrol 1irt ttm
KHARTOUM KFiARrol March liwahautNd IB JTreshir dheitiyebs JTreshirshaven
ebs shaven > rea attired in a twee t tweed suit and andlooking aDd1ooIctIac andlooking
looking like a entienan for the first firstOnto Arattlmo dietdine
Onto in ten months u as his son Kernttt Kerntttexpressed Xermexprd Kermitexprewed
expressed it Colonel Roosevelt t wait witkMrs wttkXrs waitnra
Mrs Boosevett BaDU Kermit and BtHei BtHeimotored 1t 1tJIfIOtored ts tsmotored
motored about Khartoum today andmade and andmade audvbdt
made a visit to Gordon College CollegeA CoII CoIIA
A happier r family tamU thA than tha the Roosevelt Rooseveltcould RooMelbicould Rooeeftscould
could not t have bay been found Mrs Rome Roosevelt R ReIt Romevolt ¬
volt eIt and ad Sthet I were < completely retreshed re refreshed retNehed ¬
freshed from their wearisome weI OIIae train ride rideand rtcIeaM tideand
and expressed expr themselves tbewdelv as happily happilysurprised hAppily1IIPCIMd happilysurprised
surprised at their comfortable quarters quartersin rten rtenIn
in the palace of General Francis Regis Reginald 1tertBaid Regisaid ¬
aid Wlngat the sirdar fdax placed p at CoL CoLRoosevelts ColRooI ColRoowelt
Roosevelts RooI Melt s disposal dl ponl during the stay eta in inlOtartoum InIGtartoum n nKhartoum
Khartoum lOtartoumI
I dont know kno which is harder 1 strug strugnKetinc sttuggii
gll tg through the jungles ol Arnea Ahfca or ormutlli ormeeting
meeting < < the demands d vlilch a return returnto
to ctvUisation imposes remarked the thecolonel thecolonel thecolonel
colonel today when a mates of accumu accumulated accumulated aecumufated ¬
lated matt was presented to htm His Hismall Hismall H Is IsIs t
mall is so heavy that no attempt vii viibe will willbe willbe 1
be made to answer it at this time rimeAmong timeAmong tllDfAmong
Among the letters are hundreds of re request reQue request ¬
quest Que t for trophies and mementos of ofthe otthe ofthe t
the African hunt It Colonel Colonelcomplied Roosevelt Rooseveltcomplied Rooeeveltcompiled
complied with all n of these th e requests requeststhere reqUNtttthere
there would OUkI be little left for the Smithaonian Smith Smtthontan
sonian Institution and other American Americanmuseums AmericanmUHURUi Bitter Bittermuseums can
museums that are to profit from from his expeditlon ex expedition expedition ¬
pedition peditionWherever peditionWherever peditlonWherever
Wherever Colonel Roosevelt and his hisfamily hbfamU b bfamily h
family famU went today they were ere the t l cen center center conter ¬
ter of o interested Ifttern ted groups An official officialstatement otftclalBtatement officialstatement
statement that the family wished sisbedmuch wishedmueh as asmuch asto
much privacy as possible during iu iustay luJrta7 1 1stay to toceded
stay here was only partially heeded heededthough beecleclthoufth b bthough
though there the there was no attempt bycrowds by the thecrowds tbecrowds °
crowds to obtrude upon t the family
Every place of interest Intere t in the lb city skyinspectoi was wasvisited wutldted
visited during the th day with Inspector InspectorGeneral lBapectorGeneral
General Slabs Pa Pasha ha acting aetba < < as the of official offteIaJ ofrieial ¬
ficial escort ercortThere escortThere eorL eorLThere
There was a small gathering p at the thepelnce tMHilnce thepataoe
pelnce Hilnce during the early hours IA last t eve evenlr eYenf eveThe
nlr nf The Roosevelts occupy py the choic choicest cboIcest ¬
est suite in the old palace The palace j jBooeevelt
It Itself Jr proved so Inte intejeattng UnK that M MRoosevelt ns nsRooeevelt I
Roosevelt declared d Jared she could be e satisflod satisflodt Nti eatiafi tI tIt d
t tc < remain indoors during durl her stayThere stay stayThere
There is an enormous salon wi with withwhite withwhite I
white furniture upholstered upbol tered inbrocade in rose rosebrocade roMbroca
brocade broca e A wide veranda runs along alongthe alongthe aloftthe
the north side of the palace In the din dininter dla1m
inter itu room are the portraits of Khedive KhediveAbbas KhediveAbbas rhedivAbbas e
Abbas Pasha the King and am Queen of ofEngland oCEqlaRd o oEngland t
England Queen Victoria and others othersContinued ot ethe etheContinued rs rsCORUIHMd
Continued on Second Paba
DRESS CATCHES FIRE FIREAGED FIREAGEDOMANBURNER
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AGED AGEDOMANBURNER AGEDOMANBURNERMrs WOMAN BURNED BURNEDMrs
Mrs Martha Stone Victim ofAt of ofFtaiqis ofPJam
Ftaiqis PJam At Her HerHome H HGrHome f fH
Home HomeHer H me meIf
Her If clothing catching Are from a stnaM stnaMgas fDIIIIgas stagMgas
gas FOM ove while standfegr g at a window windowbar to toner IRMr faer
bar ner apartment at the t e northwest oor oorof corner cornerof om8rof er
of Ninth and H streets northwest t abou1f about t
1 1111 1f M ocloek this meriting Mrs ns Martha JllartJla9toDe Mar MarStone
Stone sixtyfive ye years ra old was ba badt badtharmed < lr IT1Ianted r
harmed ha rmed rmedCalling about OUt the back a aa and i arms amteCatling armsCan
Can Calling to her daughter clught Mrs Mr Cent CentVolnnes < CentMoIanes I IKclnaa
Volnnes who was in n an adjoining adjobalagKnL adjoiningMrs ro room roomMrs nt
Mrs Stone with her clothing enveloped envelopedin en enfn v
in flames ran to the bathroom tunted tuntedon turf tunon turfon l ed
on the water wat and Jtvqped jrnpeclla jt nped in the th tub tubE B BE BE
E King XIn < < who occupies an apartment on onthe onthe o ofloor a
the thepas floor beWw attracted by 1 > > y the tbean woe womans ¬
pas an screams scr hurried to the bath batha bathroom bathroomwitk kUlroo kUlroowttk root
witk a blanket and ad with wtt the assistance assistanceof
of Mrs Mclnnes XeI smothered theShe the flames flamesShe AaJ1M8She
She was taken to the Emergency y
Hospital Ho pkal where the doctors said the ex x ¬
tent of her injuries could not be 4 0 0tennl <
tennl termined eCl although aJt1w ucIt her r rserious condition conditionserious condftJorserious
serious seriousAn seriousAn
An fclarm of fire was ItU turned in bu buc1am a
damage c1am < < e was done to the apartment aparuneaco o ocontents acopteuts
contents contentsJapanese co tents tentsHUNDREDS
HUNDREDS MISSING MISSINGAFTER
AFTER BIG STORI STORIJapanese STOR
Japanese Fishing Fleet fi s r
120 Vessels Scattered ScatteredBy ScatteredBy ScatteredBY
By Blizzard BlizzardTOKYO BlizzardTOl j jI jTOKYO I
TOl TOKYO TOKYO TO March > > arch M YiSeV9ral Several hundred 1I111tdrMfabmen bond i irahermen
rahermen are missing today tecIR as tMt tMtresult U Uteuit I
result It of a terrific blizzard DUz rcl which swept swepttue swe swete I Ieoa
tue coa conest t of China and Ibarakl 1XeC prefec prefectures ¬ I
tures Saturday scattering a fleet of of1bhlAtr 139 139fishing 1 1ftablDlt
fishing vessels vesselsThe vMlMllaThe
The cruisers ervl ers Takachio has been dis dispatched dlapatched d ¬
patched to assist t in a the work iKk of res rescue r yet ¬ j
cue cueThe c The b storm wa was q the worst OI5t thatswept that t t has hasswept 1 1swept
swept the coast since ISSU
James Jo Jeffries JeffriesHas
Has Just Completed a Complete Review of His CareerEntitled Career CareerEntitled
Entitled EntitledMy EntitledMy
My Story of My Life LifeWhich I
Which Will Appear in Daily Installments Inst 1lments in inThe i iihe t
The Washington Times I t
Commencing Tomorrow Afternoon Afternoonf I IJ II If Id
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toddyr tv two persons were killed sad a tIV tIVT i Y s
sertoosiy T iajnred iajnredThe
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LanhBaVarbie Lanftttraa Marble twentythree tweatru 74SSf Jelter
sonville sonvilleHorter SoOnvllleHorter
Horter Lewis sifts utte Ind
The on badly injured
John Dorsey Utica ImU lad fataHy
burned burnedCaptain burnedCaptain
Captain J W 73rst BntttrfieML t Green Gnt 1I Tree Tr 5
bora Pa s severely vereiv wounded on the
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and aAT dd badly buraett bunM will probably die
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eFcaped e caped with only a few braises The
boat sank m twentytwo twe tytwo feet of water waterREApS t tRE1R < <
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THROUGHOUT THROUGHOL1TEST WEST WESTHANGS
HANGS IN BALANCE BALANCEEleventhHour BALANCEEleventhHour L
EleventhHour Concessions ConcessionsBy Concessionsy
L By y Roads Alone Can CanAvert CanAvert CanAvert
Avert It ItTRAINMEN ItTRAINMEN ItTRAINMEN
TRAINMEN PRESENT PRESENTTHEIR PRESENTTHEIR PRESENTTHEIR
THEIR ULTIMATUM ULTIMATUMj
j Beginning Begill ± Ililg of Struggle Close Atiiaad27 At AtHand AtI
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Hand Ha iiaad27 d27OOO 27000 000 Employes EmployesAffected EmployesAffected Ern ployes ployesAffected
Affected AffectedSCOPE Affectedi AffectedSCOPE AffectedSCOPE
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SCOPE OF STRIKE STRIKEON STRIKEf
f ON WESTERN ROADS ROADSXumber ROADSmlter ROADSNumber
Number mlter of f railroads affected 49 49Mileage 49Mileage 9 9I
Mileage approximately aJJr x1matelJ 140M9 140009Number 140M9Xamber 14Oooembcr
I Number mbcr of 1 mea Immediately af affcrted aft affeetetl atfeeted
fcrted seee 28999Monthly 28 seeeI e eMeatMy
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I r Monthly pay ef t mea affected affectedBrapleye alfeet alfeeti
i SIeM6N SIeM6NBmJ1e78f g1eoe9eeKmpleys
Brapleye affected firemen firemenrrlprrsw flremeaUWIJen fireiaenWipers
UWIJen Wipers rind all yard mea meaPrlDeJpal meaI meetPrincipal
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4 1 Principal reads rea affected Santa Santai
4i I i i Fe JVertaivesterB Altaa BarllBar BarllBari BRrIIB BRrIIBI
I i ton Chicane Milwaukee MflwaH e and StPaul St StPaul StPRHI
Paul Reek Ixiaad Colorado C l rall Savta Savtaem S Soutbcra utIl utIlerR
em Great Northern IIUa JlUBel t Cea Ceatral Ceatral Contrai
tral MtMettrl XI UH n Kaanait assts and JUI Texas TexasAertaera Texa Texai Texasorthera
i Aertaera Pacifte Oregon Ore Short Sherti SliertLlae ShortLice
i Lice Pities all Slathers Pacl PaclI PaclJIBes Pacific Padaei
i I line and aR the Union Pacific PacificCHICAGO PacUIcCHICAGO PacificCJIICAGO
CHICAGO Marsh l 1LUDIoes Ualoes the Gen General General General ¬
eral Managers X ftK onnmilttisn or + ssittee t representing representingfortynine repr reprfortJ1Ibte representingrtysine
fortynine fo Western W and Southern railmakes rail railronde railraeds
ronde r makes ace some maical eoneesston eoneesstonto
rb
to the Brotherhood BretIM aGo4 of Locomotive Fire Firemen FirelIMIt Ifremea ¬
men and Enginamsa before S p J m mthe mtIN mthe
the aro nnnunn < ewosrewt mm 1 nnt t wa was modest cleat seen > > een that thatstrike tutUte thatthe
Ute areell flresa + aas oeaerdDtee CI j4t8 world atfoura atfouraaft rn rntie
aft tie and its mesbera 81 r t tt t tbef elr elrfar r rbets
bets ssi r far se iuaedh iuaedhflte t tlite tf
strike lite of fcrMt If trainmen tminmsnThfa trainmen1e baiu baiuTIIk
Thfa 1e i iPrasWent aenounemetst I 11 Slit was made b bPr b5 b5hasfWrt
PrasWent Pr Carter ean of c the SroOMrhood SroOMrhoodMewing JketJtechaeda BrwGberhasdfeilwises
Mewing a secret conference < < of the thefiremens th thM theflrestests
firemens comanittee M Carter Car CarIiI5 stint declared declaredbiz asriaredhis
his conmatttee had decided diejd a span the ex exact exaet ¬
act day and boor ear the strike would be beSta bedB bein
Sta g in but that then tb would not ha an annonneed auJtOIIROed
nonneed at this tin ue a He added bow boweftC now nowever
ever e ver that the begtoani ef the strike is isPresident II IIDOt isnet
DOt more that fire n days elL elLPresldeat oL1reatdeat
President m S Carter of the e Brotherltood Broth Brotherhood Brotheritoo4
erhood of Locomotive Fireeae4 7keate and andE1 andE1etaemea En EnSteemen 1 1gisamw
Steemen remained ft in saocian all night nJghtwith ulghtwith
with a committee of that organization organizationduring organizationuring t1ot t1otwbIeh
during d which plans for f the strike and andthe andtIte
the date on which it will begin > er were werediccmneed werei werefeeessed
diccmneed 4 i I C La e 1 in detail detailThe deWlThe etaI1TIM
The decision to call a a strike was wasreached W28reeebe4
reached r at midnight by the general generalfederated ge generalederated eral eralfederated
federated f hoard 1 oanI for the Western rail railroads ratlroads asl aslrade ¬
roads of the brotherhood after the ref re refr roity
fr hy the boa board of a a letter from from3man fromi
< > > u seas Jflxom t tmanagers b btoa t oat of the railway general generalawnasjers ge en1
managers committee finally refusing refusingto e eIn
to V 8IIt nt the t e Jeaiandn I r of the UteDelay firenea dre en enDeis
Delay Deis Expected ExpectedR
R is bsiittved the t e strike Btt e will net ro rointo tofarts 0 0Iato
into effect until uJ the end of the week weekas
i as s the Pacific coast members of the thabrotherhood tb tbbrotA8C1Med thebtotherhwd
brotherhood must have time t te reach reachtfceir reachi
i tfceir homes and direct the walkout of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th men there theretie
j IM 41 gtssedoa or wages and workingrr working
rr ijs s eonstituted the rock OB which the thenr then
nr n s r tiation8 > split Th Tile calling of thea the
a T T ie e was forecast ote > ast yesterday ye terday when whenV
V c i came known that the committees committeeshe eommJtt eommJttempIoJrw
he employes and lid the roads roadsa
1 a reached a deadlock The railroad railroadwilttns railroadse
e wiping < < to arbitrate the Question que tkK1 of ofbut orw ofp
p w a but would not arbitrate a the theworkins theruJesone theworking
working rules ruJesone one providing for forT
T t otfcm of members of the Brother Brotherby Brotheris
1 is by seniority and the other giving g1v g1vlob
tb = Brotherhood BrOtberh cHl of Locomotive Fire JFIremiA Firerepnetd8R Firepen
miA isutetsntuUuu ea ail eoBuaitte e s of111gisya ef efm
111gisya m uyas 1 investl Investigating atiBp grievances gievaacestee e efee qf
fee tg go the ensmeers ensmeersT e tsgiaeersThe glR eels eelsTIM
T TIM Deadlock DeadlockOB
OB the other hand the brotherhood brotberaoodMMtsittM brotherhooddemanded bood boodI
MMtsittM I wu demanded d B1 11 h arbitration of the thetw thena thethe
tw the mMii g ruleee rvhw na hat 1 ut refttse abso absobly absoJnelY b o ot
> bly t tJ to subsnk the wage question to toio tori toan
io ri nt tatIoa tion tionu
tatIoathM
+ an u this deadlock d was reached reachedV rMCh rMChCarter
t V i 4ent emt Carter oC o the brotherhood brotherhoodi brotberhoodletter
i a letter to the general managers managersa Atraaagetsccu agers
ccu a > > ttee ee outlining b the brotherhoods
wiirsn uiisaatum tuerr II
wiirsngtis 1 3 Ibis gtistuerr Chairman Kixon repfe i e l late lateagate 1e tf
l asw slight agate reiterating relt atiDC the determination determinationi
gt f the roads not to arbitrate the two tworvJns twun twotitles
n titles IIL This was followed by the unani unanif
110 f i adoption of a resolution hrtIOn by the thef therJ
f rJ testers + mc CI1I is committee authorizing a8thortztnsr s sap
ntriye ntriyeATT r
ATT ap J raptly the only hope of avoiding
tho t a It Rike like is Tar the interference of the thfiF thell theode
F ode ral ll odeteto oI eIaIa The railroads will ask uk1a
c ChK < 1a salt sui teeKCommission X KCommission > app napp of the Interstate InterstateCT IatenKatoTn Interstaterrt
CT rrt tee ContBaission and andnapp ad Labor Com Comls Corntatisn
tatisn ls r er r Nefll today to act as media MedltIInJ medias
tars s under tr t1der er the Erdaian act President PrestdefttoC
Carte 1 of the Brotherhood d said today todayTe todayr todayTe
Te Te r Stand Pat1St Pat PaLThe
The 1St men have ft decided to stand st pat patOer patOur t
Our mmitteei hy 7 unanimous vote votem1 votegc
m1 gc f < a resohidon authorizing the thei thewttbdnw theus
i withdraw front host the service MCVIcethe as asi
us es i the strike order fa issued The Thedao
dao p1 t M be set today todayI tOlla tOllaI
I iu litw rw w nothing notbln < < about the report that
A 1M d t Weral eN1 Government will O I b be asked askeda ed
a Ictfere 1 c feTe If > 1 the raBroadc ra8 want tostltkt to tomnke toe
mnke e mh a move thats that up to them 1DemWe
W We w Sve ve 10th nothms to do with 1C It
To IM i K < c > d4Bni action tics of f the firemen aps4 ap
nanruv atWt s4 caned consternation in the of ofmttf orof
mttf of f the railroad managers Chair Chairnan ChaJrI
nan V t C Iflxon general manager of IrFtrco
Ma > T Ftrco < jrco c talpd Jnd a meeting meet q of the com comnttf comr
nttf r sttt > t or this t nv JIIOIDJnc rnlng and die nextart next uextae
nK = art > k 1 rte ae raOmajfa ratirMd to being atnewwed Ie Ht
at iettfcta Jen r Q I L fitcfcecon spokesman spokesmanOf a an anat
Of tat g nersfegianany ctotttr MnM < df tt SM + e son sonishykiii on onf
f f rrteil4 i dept c tjh afvylrmg 1 1t
t rygiaait rygiaaitTMatre
TMatre a txcAilted its ishykiii from fromM flOmMW
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