TT yf if T'Fh
Yokohama Cheers Great
MAGNIFICENT RECEPTION AND .
i IMPOSING NAVAL PAGEANT
All Japan Welcomes Vbitas Strength
ening Anglo-Japanese Alliance
Which Is Heartily En
dorsed by America.
Yokohama, Oct. n.The British
squadron of twelve vessels under com
mand of Vice Artmlnil Sir Gerald Noel,
arrived her this morning and was of
ficially welcomed amid scenes Of gen
eral enthusiasm by Vice Admiral Shl
mamura. Tho squadron! entered In a slngde1
,eolumn line ahead, the torpedo boat
destroyers leading, and look up an an
chorage facing -the shore. Salute
were exchanged between the Japanese
flagship Iwate and British flagship
Diadem. Admiral Shlmamura then
went on board the Diadem, accom
panied by the governor and other lo
cal authorities and a representative of
Sir Claude McDonald, British minis
ter at Tokio. Admiral Noel later visit
ed the Iwate.
After these rerenvonies had been
concluded Admiral Noel and 1.300
officers und men landed and paraded
through a cheering multitude to a
garden party given by the municipal
ity, at which they were entertained by
d inclng and feats of Juggling and
wrestling. Day fireworks were dis
played, and the entire city was ap
At a banquet this evening Major
Ichihara proposed a toast to King Kd
ward, Queen Alexandra and the Brit
ish navy and welcomed the visit of tht
squadron as strengthening the Anglo
Japanese alliance for the peaceful in
dustrial development of the far easl
and the civilization of the world, lie
referred to Dhe presence of the i'nited
States battleship Wisconsin in the
port of Yokohama and cordially wel
comed It to Ja.pauese waters.
Although the I'nited States was noi
hound to Japan by formalities, Major
Ichihara paid that country wan re
garded as. the friend of all nations
having a community of Interest in tar
t-uteri' polfctea. . lie said. that f r ...
dent ' lloosovelt had lllumliiiUed Un
American policy for peace and the
open door In China and Korea, and
therefore It Was the speakers beliel
that the Anglo-Japanese alliance was
heartily endorsed by the United
, Admiral Noel and his staff will
leave tomorrow morning for Tokio.
K AT.srit.V ÍJI VI-:sTIX X I'M
IN HAItlUMAVS 1IOXOK
Tokio, Oct. 11. Premier Kalsu'M,'
gave a dinner today in honor of K. 11.
I ttt ii-iniaii. Miss Alice Hoosevelt wis
present yesterday at a garden parly
given by Count Inouye, secretary of
the home office, in honor of Mr.
NORWEGIAN' VxTT (JF.n.M AX
stkamfhs capitis i:i
Nagasaki, Oct. 11. The Norwegian
steamer Arnfried and three Herman
steamers have been ruptured recently
while on the way to Yladivosioek.
I sTKAMKiis sfizf.d
' Tokio. Oct. 11 The Oct man steam
shins Kmstriise find Hans Wagner
were seized yesterday off Fusnu ami
Nishlma respectively. Itotli were
hound for Yladivosioek, carrying con
traband. It is alleged.
A report reached Mojl that the Brity
Ish steamer I.eho struck a floating
mine east of Shantung lighthouse Sep
tember 30th. Of the crew and passen
gers fifteen are reported missing.
XATIOX.M; AKSF.MBLY TO
nkttlk .new ofkstiox
St. Petersburg. Oct. II. The Km
peror Nicholas lias decided to turn
nvcer to the national assembly for fi
ll! selllemenl Hie question of the
abolition of restrictions to the admis
sion of Jews to universities with other
general legislative affairs relative to
l lie status of Jews.
NO ACTION' KXPFCTF.D OX
St. PcterslMJig. Oct. 11. Though the
press I iiiduclrlously canvassing for
And against prospects of fin Anglo
Itussliin accord, In diplomatic circles
here no action Is expected for several
months, at least so far as negotiations
I Si, Petersburg are concerned. The
British ambassador, Sir Charles Hard
ing. 4 leaves here next week on a
three months vucatlon, and he would
hardly do this were Important nego
tiations In prospect.
I'.XDIXC. OF W'AII NOW
MATTFIt OF riCW I)YS
St. Petersburg, Oct. 11. Though
huh transcripts of the Portsmouth
price treaty, not only the original
French, hut also the Knglfsh copy,
which the Japanese at the last moment
wished to have ratilied, are understood
to be ready for signature, the signing
Is delayed pending arrangement of an
understanding for the Mmultuneniis
(chsnge of ratifications. At the for
eign' ofllce, however, it was said to
day lhit 'this was only a matter of a
Ill SSI VS IUJI.SKXT NAVY
A MOKtJllTO FLFITl
ft. Petersburg, Oct. II.- Ten torpe
do boats roiifl rucled hy Lewis Nixon
of Nw York, at Sebastopol, have been
sent by railroad to St. Petersburg and
will le Incorporated with others bulld
1 1 1 VT her and abroad In a mosquito
fl t for the defense of the Baltic
i1 w pending the reconstruction of
an offensive navy.
There are no t levelopments In the
Simpson (irons Weaker.
Wichita. Kas., Oct. II. Kx-llepres-entitlve
Jerrv Wmpwjn has not been
(taking nourishment today and thlr
evening secnta to be growing weaker.
Judge Humphrey in
Beef Trust Case.
H FARING OF ARGUMENTS
ON DEMURER IS CLOSED
Briefs Are Filed and If Court's Opin
ion Is Unchanged Decision
Will Go Against
Chicago, Oct. 11. The hearing or
arguments on the demurrers to the In
dictment returned by the federal
grand jury against five of the big
packing comeros and seventeen of
their employe was closed late this af
ternoon and if Judge Humphrey, be
fore whom the arguments have been
made Yétalos bis present Impression of
the. case, one-half of the indictments
charging the pac kers with conspiracy
In restraint of traite will he sustained
and the remaining counts overruled
When il was announced that the case
had been closed Judge Humphrey
"As it now looks to the court thii
odd numbered counts are sufficient
md the even numbered counts insuf
ficient. The argumcnt''hus been so
clear that this is my present impres
sion. "I will faithfully read the authori
ties cited by either side In this case.
When I am ready to render my deci
sion 1 will notify the district attorneys
and the attorneys for the defendants."
I he odd numbered Indictments
which may be considered sufficient hv
the court charge conspiracy among the
defendants In restraint of trade. The
even numbered counts charge monop
The first count in the Indictment Is
no to be considered in the decision of
Judge Humphrey as to this count the
packers are to plead guilty and go to
REACHED TOO LATE
lllvSCl'K P.VKTY AT I AST ItlXOV-
nonnx i hom biiixim;
' r "'x.Wm.v TIN.Xtí.. ' V
Aspen. Colo.. Oct. 11. After repeat
ed attempts to enter the mine, a res
cue party finally got into the Newman
tunnel far enough today to 11 ml the bo
dies of Kmil Kcllest rans and Jacob
Pint, miners who were cut off in the
tunnel by a fire which started yester
day morning. The men had struggled
nlindly in search for a plm e of safety,
but were overcome by the smoke and
gas and perished.
RfSTS ON ITS OARS
ADJOritXK TILL TTKSDAY OX AC-
corxT or dkatii or spkak
1:1: XI .vox.
,Xew York. Oct. 11. The legislative
lOminillee lo investigate life Insurance
adjourned lis sessions today until next
Tuesday, on account of the deat'h of
Speaker Nixon, of the stale assembly.
Ilegeiiuiii Xot Dodging.
Victoria, P. C Oct. 11.- J. H. Hege.
man, president of the Metropolitan
Life Insurance company of New York,
arrived from Japan last night. lie
said the report liial he went lo Japan
to eHi'ape giving evidence at the lu
sar.iiue investigation was untrue, and
he jwnuld go direct to Xew York to
apijeur before the investigating com
mittee. Hank President Ooes lit Pen.
Kurgo. N. 1)., Oct. 11. -J. A.. Krick
son. ex-presldent of the defunct Sec
ond National hank of Miunl, on a plea
of guilty, was sentenced to live years
in the penitentiary, for making false
returns lo the comptroller of the cur
rency. COLUMBUS AT LAST
HAS A MONUMENT
DIsTIXM'ISIir.D ITALIANS AT I X
YKII.IXO OP MKMOItlAL IX) -DISTOYKltKK
Pueblo, Col., Oct. 11. Many distin
guished Italians from all ihii is of 'the
Cnlted Slates will tomorrow night par
ticipate In the unveiling of the mon
ument erected here to the memory of
Christopher Columbus. The memorial
has been erected by the ltalo-Amerl-can
societies of the city, and the 413th
anniversary of the discovery of Amer
ica has heen selected for the date of
the dedicatory exercises.
The monument l.s of the finest Ital
ian fiuarts. Ibe bust of the famous
Genoese navigator being of hronne
I the work of one of Italy's most noted
sculptors. The niouunvent Is the Hist
to be eroded In America In the mem
ory of Chi islopher Columbus.
.Mrs. Aimer Mckinley Weds.
Pittsburg, Oct. 11. Mrs. C. a. Hacr.
better known by her stage name, Ma
bel AlcKlnley. is authority for the an
nouncement that her mother, Mrs. Ah
tier McKlnley was married at Haltl-ro-e
tonight to Captain John l. Allan
of Tampa. Fla. Captain Allan Is In the
I'nited States navy and his bride Is the
widow of the late President McKln-
Demons! i nl Ion
Pi-HUli". Hohemla, Oct. It. The
(""techs and Hermans united yesterday
In a demonstration In favor of univer
sal suffrage. A crowd esilnmted a I
llft.nno assembled In the vicinity of the
Diet building. The movement Is ex
pected to spread throughout all Austria.
By Negro Mutineers on
VICTIMS KILLED EN ROUTE
FROM MOBILE 10 PHILADELPHIA
Surviving Criminals Broiif l;t it Irons
to Wilmington and Held
Wil'Muglen. X. ('.. (i. i. II. The
murder of Captain Kiimill and fo il
cf hut (row .if llic, f'liii-masled
s boon r ll.iny A. Brwhd on a iiniii
n y wlille hound from Mciiiio to puila
delj hi i is the story luid In a special
to the St:u' from Souihport tonight.
The sleimcr Ilium he H. King, Captain
J W. Taylor, round from Brunswick,
(.a., lo Philade'phia. put into South
Port this afternoon, bringing in irons
three negror., all that remained of
the crew of the Harry . P.erwiiid.
The canlain, -male, rook and engineer
who did hoisting work aboard the hit
tur vjsfl apparently hail been killed
in the mutiny ami lh"r bodies thrown'
overboard, and a bodyN of the fourth
sailor, a negro, was found lying on
the deck, where he, loo, luid been
The Berwind being from a territory
ag.iin-'t which this city is ciuarantined
for yellow fever, the three negroes
taken from her are held at quarantine
until urrangenients can be made foi
their detention by I he federal au
thorities. SKILLED LABOR WATCHING
OHIO TEST CASE
compaxy wori.n pukvi.xt Oil)
K.MPI.OYK ritO.M WOKKIXti rou
HIVAI. COX I'JIX.
Cincinnati. Oct. 11. The entire
range of skilled labor Is interested in
a case given to Judge Thompson of the
I'nited Stales court on briefs, by coun
sel for plaintiff and defendant respect
ively. John p. Sic son it .iketl yioai u
bench ami without previous prepara
tion was placed on the road as sales
man for the Meek company of Coshoc
ton. He developed marked ability as a
alemán in a particular department.
In time Stetson resigned this place and
took similar servio- with another firm
ami worked in his old field. Meek
and company set np In tnelr plea lor
an injunction that Stetson was educat
ed by them and that he has no right
lo use the knowledge unís otuaiiied
their Interests. The
a temporary injunction.
ROCK ISLAND BEATS
ITS COLORADO RECORD
cAiuuri) Mom-: passi:x(;ki;s to
THAT STATi: LAST Y KA 11 Til AX
Chicago, Oct. 11. The Kock Island
announced the discontinuance of the
through sleeper service to Colorado
via Omaha on the K::i5 train, effective
Sunday, October tr. This train will
continue, however, to enrry through
standard and tourist sleepers, as well
as day equipment. Chicago and Kansas
Citv to Los Angeles and San Francisco
via' Kl Paso. The Itock Island this
summer carried more passengers lo
and from Colorado than during any
previous year In the history of the
THE C0PPÍR COUNTRY
TAWNKY A X D PA I ITY VISIT DOLO
KS. Itlsltl K AXD
Naco. Ariz.. Oct. II. A party of
nine congressmen, touring Arizona for
the purpose of studying the iuesllon
on tlie ground today visited Douglas,
lüübee and Tombstone, and also look
a Hide trip to Cananea, Mexico, to see
t lie copper mines there. At Douglas
and Itisbee committees mH the visitors
and escorted them round. I hey
were shown the smelter and went
down Into a copper mine.
The trkp will he continued tomor
row and the (irand Canyon will be
Visited by the party befare returning
home. The party includes J. A. Taw
ney, C. R. Davis, and H. Sleenerson of
Minnesota; Thomas Marshall, of North
Dakota; Henry P. C.oebel, of Ohio:
Martin n. Madden, of Virginia; II. C,
Adams and K. S. Miner, of Wisconsin.
A number of prominent citizens of Ar
izona are traveling -with them.
AT ROSWLLL f AIR
rSOCIKTY PL'OPLK HOLD TIIK
HOARDS OX AY C'AItXIVAL
Special to the Morning Journal.
Itoswell, N. M.. Oct. 11. The so
cond day of the Koswell and Pecos
Vulley fair opened today with perfect
weather and there was a large num
ber of visitors. Much Interest was
centered today around the live slock
exhibit. Tonight there Is a curuival
on Main street, and the fashionable
sej of the rlty are the actors. J. A.
Oldham, secretary of the Roswell
Commercial club Is the king of Itos
well and Miss Kva Iledgecoxe. who is
one of the most beautiful young wo
men of New Mexico, Is the queen of
i he carnival.
NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1905.
As Sinta : Fo Paseiigef
BYRNE BICOMES ASSISTANT
COYXELL StCCtlDS BLACK
Strorg Probability lliat Kendrick
Will Accept Puiition Wiih Wa
bath Now that Guild
Chicago. Oct. It. -..Follow log theai
poinlment of Mr. C.oorge T. Nicholson
is third vb e president of the Santa l
railroad, the following changes In the
passenger department of Hie system
were anuouiued loday;
Willi. un J. Black, now general pas
senger agent at Topeka, promoted to
passenger traffic manager, with head
quarters in Chicago, succeeding Mr.
John J. Byrne, now general passen
ger agent oí the Pacific coast lines
promoted lo assistant passenger traf
ile maiuigoiy with headiiiiariers in Los
James M. 'Council, now general
agent of the passenger department in
Chicago, promoted to general passen
ger agent at Topeka. to suca ceil , Mr
Kdinund J. Shakerhaft, now chief
clerk of the general passenger office at
Topeka, promoted to assistant general
Charles L. Seiigraves. now traveling
passenger agent, promoted to gener
al colonization agent, with headquar
ters in Chicago, vice William Nichol
son, resigned to engage In private byj
Iness. KKXDHICK M Y
re roi: wAinsii
Topek.i. Oct. 11.- The Slate Journal
says that .1. W. iidrick. recently ee
valed from I lie third to the second
vlci presidency of the Atchison, To
pelia & Sima Fe Kaihvay company,
will sever his connection with the
company for the puroe of taking a
push inn of Import nice with the Wa
Lecause nf the efforis imide by Jo
seph Ramsey, l r. to regain the presi
dency of tlie Wabash the all'iits of
lb it cKipaiy a e !, rather muddle,!
condition, anil iiow that the Knnsty
(Sould light iri ilecidl. il H the inten
tion of the controlling' Interests of the
road to reorganize 'thoroughly its
managerial depart men Is,
It ill under.-'lneal that overture have
been made by the controlling Interests
of the Wabash to Mr. Kendrick look
ing towards securing ills services for
the road but in just what ca.paeMv i
not known. There a possiblluv "Í
COIllSe lil.lt be ivjy be offered l!l '
presídelo y iilthoimh the board of di
rectors rei'Mity elected V. A. Delano lo
ili.it (it'll . i'. but his election Is thought
t have been a temporary expedient
only In view of the light tint lias been
on with Mr. Kaiusev. At any rue it is
known that tlie Wabash would like to
get Mr. Kendrl. k's service' in sonic
capacity, and it Is not known what Hie
huter's Intentions may be.
keuili'irk .luM Promoted.
lie has just been promoted to the
second vice presidency of the Santa
Fe with a suiistanti.il Increase of sal
ary over that given lo him as third
vice president, but his scope of Inllu
erne has not been changed. As third
vice president he had charge of all the
phases of the operation of llie road
and when he was promoted to second
vice presldeni be curried those duties
with him. Tlie second vice president
of the Santa Fe lias had chaige here
tofore of the freight and passenger
Iraflio. but this business has been put
In the hands of (ieorge T. Xieholson.
who Ins been made third vice 'presi
dent. So while Mr. Kendrick has been
pushed up a position lis far as title and
salary goes his duties are the sume.
That Mr. Kendrick Is pre.lt y well
satislled to remain with the Santa Fe
Is evidenced by the fact that some
time ago he was offered the position
of Knglish representative or the Weet
iiighouse Kleitrlc company. He took
a trip lo Kurope to look over the Held
and came back ami declined the oner,
preferring to remain with the Santa
Fe. More recently, within a year and
a half, when (here was the big-shake
np on the Southern Pacllte Mr. Kr
rlrii-k was talked of ns a possibility 'r
one of the big positions on that road
but nothing ever (time of It.
Mr. Kendrlck's retirement from 1he
Suita Fe road would be hailed with
glee by the striking machinists and
hoilermakers as they Ihlnk that If
some one else wis in his position In
charge of the operation of the road,
which Includes the management of the
shops, ihey would have a chance to
have their bogle, Ihe bonus system,
abolished in the shops.
RIPLEY DECIDES TO
BUILD THAT ROAD
SAX 1'IIAXt IS O TO in-:
NFCri'.D Dlltl XT TO
San Fratiilsco. Cal., fid. II. Presl
dont K. P. Itlple.v. of the Santa Fe
lomiianv. has decided lo build a new
piece of road which will give San
Francisco another direct rail connec
ition Willi (al vest oh. Texas. A cniii
Ipanv Just inciirpiiriited is lo build .1f0
miles of iohiI from liro-.-. nsville iiorih
wesi to Tcxli'o on the Texas and New
Mexican boundary. Toxico is a point
on the north and south peros valley
line of the Santa Fe.
I From Toxico to Itlo Puerro on the
Santa Fe and California overland road
thirty miles west of Albiniueruue, the
distance Is 273 miles and the road it
being built there by the Faslmu Xew
Mexico railroad of the S.tiitu Ke com
Posl n iH !! for Itoschtnl.
Washluglon, Oct, 11.' The president
today appointed Harvey H. Twyman
postmaster at Koscbud, Texas. :
Keeper of the Purse Strings Sees Unparalleled
Prosperity and Offers Remedy for
Possible Danger Ahead
tW ! -y A
ws V A
FROST MAY BREAK
FEVER AT LAST
Cold Snap Getting in
IN NUMBtR 'OF MW CASE
New Ol'licllis. Oct. 1L--Yelliw fever
i cporl lo li p. in. :
New cases, 1 ti.
Total cases. It. 24(1. , Í
Total ilea lb". -HIT.
New foc. 1.
I ' i '-e i nicle 1 re 'lirrtit, IT!'.
C '.es ili-' h '! !. 2,i;.'.(l.
The cohl Iiniii, lhi eonlilMled
shrinkage in c i.-es. and tile predh-l ion
of frost tonight in north Louisiana,
with the probability that Ihcie i!l
follow ni early lifting of ii'i.ii'.i ul ine
restrictions in that sei linn of
:slale. all tend lo improve Ihe gnaral
I fever situation, not. only In lliih city
jbut also thl'oimhoiil the slate and Mi--ISissippi.
OKLAHOMA WILL IJAISF,
t)l Alt I im:
riuthrie. (lla., ( n l. no
torial board n( health 1 1 1 t
i !; lalioma City n iH de: i i
the yellow fever ii 1 1 a lil ill
, to rain-
Arliansas, Texas and Louisiana on ( n
P ns.icola. Fia.. 1 1, t. 1 I.- -Ti
low fevi r summary lonighl Is
New case-, 2a.
Total cases. I .
Total deaths. 4"..
I'nder treat tiient, 1 üá.
itiors tkoi ni.i; is
WHLV LAMI rOMFS vn
Monterey. Mrs., on. IL- ' ft' i i 1
of Ihe Mexican Central railroad arriv
ed here yesterday and decl.b'd ill at lb
present conditions nre a iling as result
of the liretnen'H sllike must he i hing
ed. At lludr reiiiet. (invcriior la Vf
placed a number of Ihe rural police at
the disposition of I In railroad to an as
Kiii'rds on ihe engines.
. All trains were si-Ill out of tlie 'hv
n schedule time, all hough rurales
were placed on each train lo pietei t
the firemen. While no trouble oc in-
I iVwi D!
red today, It may be that the st i ll;, i -, , ,,. .,,, ,.,,..,. Hn '
will take measure to circumvent lb"!),,.. .,, ....
action oi ine auiuorincs mm in inn
event serious trouble Is bound to m -in-
When the olTiclals iirrHed oil II spe
cial train from Torreón coiislsliim of
all engine and three coaches, Ihe s'lill
ers or their sympathisers camtht the
colored llrcinan named Stevens und
drugged Mm to the ground, drew tin
tires of the engine, emptied the holi
er and left the rugiré helplc where
AH'onso rrcpta-hitf lo Leave.
Madrid, Oct. 11.- The police niiliii f-
iltles hate been o "(lered to prepare for
tlie departure of King Alfonso to Oor
jiiianv. :..:i-i'iiil"- "l(. The L 1 1 1 will
remain in Iterlin Xm'diil cr fith lo l-ib
attending elabórale festivities, a mili
tary review Mini bunt.
f'lilrago I nlonbls Fiijolncd.
Chicago.' del. II. Judge Jevs. II- I
den gr.inled an lii.tuiietlon resiraltilng
Typographical I'nloii No. Di and its
iuciiiIkts from Interfering with the
employes or member of the Chicago
Typotheiae against whom a strike has
.been declared. The Injunction forbids
'picketing or attempting o bribe em
ployes of printing firms.
By Carrier. 6uv a
WITH TRAIN CREW
foreman Murdered in Bat
tle in Oregon,
ANGERED LABORERS HERDED
l,V WAREHOUSE BY MILITIA
I re. ( cl. 1 I .-- .
lite Kcllilll 'I
Four si ore
with Ihe i rev
r!y in t
in a shouting
. irci;ot. miis:
' '"I Oreek laborers fought
I a freivbl train at
log. near this lent:
" evening tlie laborer,
ed in a (pi il rcl u It h
named I 'etcrMuie.. and
lieu followed Mrs. IM-
. i rshdn w ,i i
j i ine of I hi
i The ( rew
(line to il,.
b'td the C
Mime . Wo i ,1
M! CI S w i.4 U'ollllded.
a soul hbiiinid freigiil
email's assistance and
s in' t he, i I . i f soiik
( sent lo Koseburg and
n i", iiu; leputy Slier
lifty .irmeii men u.c
a special t:,iln
i iff !!:. ii I and
I When IV:
! lie distribuí
, Creeks til it
i i d .
1 1 iv i d w II h his men
in around the b.ini-
and sent word lo
thev must surrender
.men uho shot
' w ould open Uta
parley and an
j v orkmcii c i no
jai. out eighty o
n .Mrs, I'etci'steiu or he
on them. A fter some
exchange of shots tin
from liie cars ami
them were hustled nr.
train and taken I.
i KilSeblll g.
j A dispatch to
jai riial al I li.it
j pOSSe Wit 11 I lie I
; a riot last ninhl
jevblelit that tin
j not tiileipl ilely
I oners, and the
taS le.-ei 'l!
I in- K veiling Telegr i in
states that upon the
place of the sherllff
irecks w bo engaged In
lie ir Kiddies, it became
sheriff's oli'lee coup'
care fur ho manv pri
loc.tl niiiiil.i coiiipai
o service, the (lieek
In a vac in I warehouse.
now closely glial ded.
NEW CRlTSfR BREAKS
SIX lCli GUN RECORD
LOLOItADo ; i:s HI MMtK API h
PLIil Olll! N( i: AT I.IFU I IISST
TAüol'T PH t"l l( 1
c nicy d
od I V
f ,1.1". Ill :
t 1 1' ;et pl :l
I with her
i cr bei'oi'o
I her lii -I
ole a I "Co ri
i lili h h.n ni
r cent 1 v p
In. h un.
e.iialle. ami was accnm plislied Mill
ml d"i aiu'cm.-nl t of In-r skills. Tlii
is r.i.ii. led as fu. ru-ue lelllllkabl
l ecnipc I; was tlie lii--( limo I'k; Colo
r.nlo had filed bet- conu I,, I i,-,,t ,
final Ti:ni. or I
a M A I so
SA I ISI'CTO
dilution, ti i.
poit of Un naval
n and ii'oy llo
f ill- . rut K r ( ialv
- Ai cording t(
lH ird of In
est oil was snl-
ry in t v.'i'v w iv.
Iti'llX'l'.v Cluirgc Deferred.
W i-l,lm-ioii, net. It- The chargi
of olii itlnir end .etillng ciimpalgn
coiitrlbiillons In Ihe campaign of 1!I02
made against I'nited Stales en nil
judge linker, of Indiana, by the civil
seivii e commission has been referred
id the department of justice by the
commission, the coiiiinlslon gave out
a statement In which II Was said:
"The statute of limitation U the only
defense which can lie opposed to the
c liarse. "
MoVítcr l ull Tlmiugli.
ItoHtoti, (let. 11.- The efforts to
i-rtorts to bring about n merger be
tween Harvard I'nlversltv mid the
I M Ws ii liusetts Inslilule of Technology
have proved unsiicci'ssf ul. and tonight
:tf a inee(ingof the corporation nf the
liuslitiKe il Was voted lo i-onsliler 111"
Imatep mi furlher.
PRICE 5 CENTS
Mali, 5.00 a
Secretary Points Out Amer
ica's Chief Weakness. :
STIONG SPEECH BIFORE BIG
MEETING OF BANKERS
Thirty 'Three Hundred Financiers
Cheer Treasury's Guardian as
He Paints Glowing Picture
Washington. Oct. 11. There pre
vailed in the important speeches be
fore the American Hankers' associa
tion convention here loday Ihe senll
incut that tln.incial legislation Is nec
essary. Tbirty-t luce hundred bankers ap
plauded Secretary Shaw to the echo
when he concluded a lengthy address,
Un burden of which was a panorama,
of the prosperity of the country con
trasted with a monetary system which
is indexible and liable thereby to bring
disaster at any crucial time. Frank O,
Vanderllp, of the City National bank
of New York, fornrer assistant secre
tary of the treasury, saw Ihe same
prosperity and he also saw dangers
ahead. Secretary Shaw suggested a
remedy a heavily taxed national
hank note currency which would bo
drawn forth at limes of unusual de
mand for money and by reason of th
tax be retired on changed conditions.
Mr. Vanderllp had no advice to offer.
Mr. Kidgeley. comptroller of. tho
currency,' pointed out the nei-esslty ot
changed methods In some respects in
the government's supervision of na
tional banks. President Swinner, ot
the association, reviewed Its growth
ami development for tlie year. Presi
dent Koosovclt was app-auded and
ill. inked for bis successful efforts In
making pene between Itussla and Ja
pan. Tin- presldeni received the bank
ers and the ladies ni compunylilg them
1 1 the White House. There was music
iml Moral dei oral ions hut no speeches.
The president shook the hand of every
one of the visitors and extended hla
hrcrelary Shaw's Address.
Secretary Shaw besides touching on
the currency and monetary situation
neiicially made a strong appeal for an
adequate American merchant: marine.
He said in part : - - .
ni... ,..,(ii.,.u ,,r ..Oh cell Ia Biiclt
other 1 a. mm. nun. immi worm oi mer
chandise per annum, one-eighth of
which originates In the I'nited States,
ami one-n'iilh ol this grand aggregate,
(Inds Its wav to our ports for ulti
mate ciiti-Mimpliou. Within the last
half century the 1'niled States his
not only assumed Importance among
i omínela lal i ouiil l ies, but In the last
decade she has become the greatest
commercial nailon of the World. Not
only do her exports exceed those of
any other country, hut her domestic
commerce is two and one-half times
is large as the aggregate International
.omineice of ihe round world. While
Iglity and more commercial coun
tries are selliiiK. the one to the other,
inel'ehiindise worth 1 1 (1,000,000.0(111,
the American neople sell to each olh
r merchandise worth practically
$2.". OHO. 000, (Kill. Thi-HP stupendous
md Incomprehensible figures niakf
dime of us proud, some arrogant.
They should make us all thoughtful.
md prevent any of its from hei timing
Will Nwl New Markets.
The time Is coming, gentlemen- -
Willi our Increasing imputation, mote
urban than ever, with factories mul
tiplying more rapidly than farms.
with limitless manufacturing resour
os. and matchless aptitude for pro-iluelloii-r-w
hen the I'nited States will
need new unit Important markets.
The world may come to us In Its own
diips for the producís of our farms
iml the raw products of our mines,
but It will not come In Its own ship
for the llnished products of our fac
tories. The lime Is coming when we
will need Intel lihtional bankers and
international merchants and nil Inter
iillouil mercantile marine.
I urn well aware that Ihere lire
lome, and they are not confined lo
1 1 1 v oii party or locality they are
romlnenl in both partios, muí un
'ound on the shores of New England
and on the prairies west of the Mississippi-
who urgf that we nted to
do nothing more than gracefully sur
render a port Ion of our I2.á,000.000.
000 of domestic commerce, ami thee,
'iy a burlo which I do not understand,
we will gel so much larger share of
the world's 110000.000.000 export
lade as to fit 1 1 v compénsale ourselves
Mid Unit !n addition we will make the
vnihl happy. Hut I will not discus
'h it tpiestloii. I desire Mo conllioi
uy remarks to the Importance of a
neri luiill m n fino.
over a hundred Vars ago congress
eissixl an act giving to the American
shipbuilder and the American ship
owner a monopoly of our coaslvvise
Largest Coaslwlso Trade-.
Since then political purl les hnvf
missed Inlfj ' forgetfulness ami other
have come and gone. A'dmlnlsl ra
tion have changed again mid again,
but th it obi law remains Intact, It
has often been ass-illed hut no party
ha dared to repeal it. It. threfor
hn Ihe stamp of non-pnrtlasan ap
proval. As a result we have the
largest and cheapest coast wise truth
in the world. The Detroit river float
more tons of American freight than
ill the foreign commerce that enter
London, Liverpool and New York city
combined, and under every ton Is nil
American ship, hullt of American ma
terial, by American workmen, owned
by( American capital and operated hv
American enterprise, and over every
pound tloiil the stars and stripes. '
The government Is now enlarging
not only Ihe scope but also the "imoiint
of the homily. It has paid fift V
million for Ihe right lo dig a ditch
in aid of Internal lona I commerce, anil
propose to pay two hundred million:
morí or five hundred million more,
if necessary. In the roust ruction of
'lint Intern illon il ditch other million
In Mi ma lutein in e, nod no end of
millions, if llecessai v, ill Its defense.
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