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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, THURSDAY..MAY 17, 1906.
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WHO'SX'NOW?
Mr. Kimbcrly Says the General
Paper Co. Will Reorganize
on New Lines.
GOVERNMENT'S ACTION DOES IT,
Unconditional Surrender Was Made
Iu Short Order By the
1'nper Trust.
The Fact That the Government Wins
All Its Points Considered a Great
Victory For All Concerned
In Prosecution.
St. Paul, Minn., May 12. The Unit,
ed States government secured an un
conditional surrender In tho United
States circuit court before Judge San
born of tho paper trust against which
tho attorney general began a suit to
dissolve a combination between tho
General Paper Co. and 23 other de
fendants on tho ground that an agree
ment had been entered Into by tho de
fendants In restraint of Interstate com
merce The suit Is one that has been prose
cuted with vigor by tho government,
which has been backed by the Ameri
can Newspaper Publishers' association.
Suit was brought last year at St. Paul.
The suit was brought In tho northwest
on account of tho largo number of
wood pulp paper factories turning out
material for the dally papers located
In that section. The fact that tho gov
ernment wins all Its points may result
In other cases anil Is considered a
(treat victory for tho government and
for tho ones back of the piosccutlon.
Apploton, Wis., Mny 12. Tho Gen
eral Paper Co. will reorganize on en
tirely new lines, according to James
A. Kimbcrly, president of the nlloged
paper trust. This decision Is the re
sult of a meeting held In Mllwaukeo
when stops wore taken to withdraw
nn answer to tho government. Kim
bcrly would not say how the company
will avoid violating the anti-trust law,
but he felt confident thnt such a sell
ing agency can he organized without
further fear of government action. It
Is generally believed that, steps have
already been taken to form n new
company to dispose of print paper
manufactured In Wisconsin, Minnesota
nnd Michigan. It Is said that tho now
company will Include all mills which
company will Include all mills which
withdrew from tho Oencrnl Paper Co.
ufter tho government commenced suit
In addition to thoso who were mem
bers whon tho company was dissolved
by court.
THE MAHARAJAH OF BARODA.
The Little Ruler of 2,000,000 People
Arrives In New York.
Now York, May 14. The Maharajah
Caokwar of Baroda, accompanied by
his wife, tho maharanee, and his
brother, Sampatras, landed from tho
steamer Celtic, which 'arrived from
Liverpool. The Maharajah Gackwar Is
tl.o second greatest prlnco In all India
nnd tho direct descendant of one of
the Mahratta generals who wero the
Tr,n.,ic .. -i.ioru nr T,Ha wh.n til
thorn. He Is tho ruler of tho stato of
Baroda, which has a population1 of 2,
000.000 and an area of 8,000 squaro
miles. His brother acts as his secre
tary. Thero were many persons on
the pier to seo tho ruler of Baroda,
but who expected to seo a man decked
In Oriental trappings and hung with
Jewels, were disappointed. Descend
ing the gnngplank came a dapper lit
tle man who would have been taken
ordinarily for n prosperous East In
dian merchant.
I LAMP EXPLODES IN CIRCUS.
Causes a Panic In Which Many Are
Bruised and Injured.
New Roclielle, N. Y., .May 12. An
exploding gasollno lamp act fire to the
main tent of a circus showing hero
r.nd caused a panic in tho audience.
Many persons wore bruised and slight
ly Injured nnd ono of the circus em-
pos suffered a broken leg. The top
of tho main tent was destroyed, tho i
local flro department checking the flro
ju.it beforo It reached tho tent con
taining tho menr.gorle. Thero weio
'out 2,000 persons In tho tent when
tho blazo started.
ORGANIZER BEAT UP.
Joseph Center, Mine Workers' Dele-
gate, Assaulted In a Hotel.
tJohnstown, Pa., May 12. Thomas
Jones, of Philadelphia, and George
Beck, of Boston, wore arrested .t
"Wlndber chnrged with attacking Jo
seph Genter, organizer of tho Unltod
Mlno Workers of America, and Injur
ing him nerlously. Cock and Jones
wero stopping at tho same hotel as
Center and called him out of his room
on tho pretense that he was wanted at
tho telephono, As Genter passed
through tho darkened halls of tho ho
tel ho was set upon nnd badly beaten.
Women's Relief Corps Meeting.
Superior, Nch., Mny 12. Late gen
et nl orders fiom national headquarters
of tho Women's Relief Corps here by
I'rt'bldcnt Abide Adams, announce that
tho 24th national convention of the or
ganization will be held In Minneapolis,
August 16 and 17.
Admitted To Ball.
London, May 12. Madame Fougero,
a famous Parisian dancer, and her hus
band, Albort Glrod, a French actor,
who wore conylcted at the Clerkenwell
cessions on tho charge ot uhopllftlng,
wero admitted to bait. I
Two Girls Drowned.
Atlantic City, May 14. Bosle Davis
find Kate Walter, both about eighteen
yean old, wero drowned nt Clark'H
Landing by the tho upsetting of a sail
boat. Frank Sharp and Henry Grimes,
vho wero with tho girls, succeeded In
swimming ashore.
Coal Bukentlne Went Aground.
Edgar town, Mass., 'May 14. The
bnrkentlco Hattle 0. Dixon, from Bal
timore (or Boston, with a cargo ol
coal, wont aabore on a reef to the
southward of BklK's Island and will
robt)Jy bo ft total low. Crw sal.
A DECISION IS RENDERED
In Kansas Supreme Court In Famous
Litigation Lasting Half Century.
Kansas city, May 14. uy n decision
just rendered by tho Kansas supremo , p0S,,ff Faction, Assisted By
court, property located Just over tho ., , ,
Missouri state lino hero nhd running; Nltlllbor of Outsiders.
to Kaw Point on tho Kaw or Kansas ,
rlvor, valued at between one and two
million dollars, was awarded to tho WAS ADDRESSING CROWD OF 600
peers of tho otlglnnl owners. Mucn of
tho property, which Is In what Is known
ns tho -West bottoms, Is occupied by ,.Flrs, Apostle" Assorted Vollva Kite
bigger concerns, who must now va- . ... , ' .. ,
Tho caso has been In tho courts for
half a century. Tho lnnd originally
was settled upon In 1S57 by Sllns Arm
strong, on Indian of tho Wynndotto
tribe, living at Upper Sandusky, O.
Several whites settled upon somo of
tho land. Suits followed, ending In
Armstrong disposing of the greater
portion of his property. In tlmo the
river cut a new channel nnd left part
of tho laud on an Island,
Lntor tho
river resumed Its natural channel nnd
tho Island with accretions was sottlod
upon by numerous business enter-
prises. Among thoso who will bone-
fit by the decision nro thrco families
of Wyandotte Indians, tho Mudcntor,
Itabltalllo and nuzzard families, do-
scendants of Armstrong, who llvo on
reservations In tho Indian territory
and who will receive n small share
nnch.
Thoso who will lose tho heaviest by
t. .1 ll 4 1. T...ln. nnllt
Co.; the National Waterworks Co. and
It t Xtiflti-ntlmi nil tt tirlmtti linil
ii i unitiin,i tut wi nim
Fettled upon portions of the land.
CONGRESS BREAKS RECORD
On Pension Legislation and
Still Talki Rate Bill.
Senate
Washington, Mny 12.-Thrco hun-
dred and twenty pension bills wore
passed by tho house In ono hour and
a half. This record has novcr been
equaled In the disposition of pension
legislation
Mr. Hepburn mndo a vigorous attack
nnnn thn pniirt.tnnrtlni nvBtnni of flu
upon mo court-mnriiai sjsiom or mo
navy, and especially criticised tho ofTI-
cers responsible for tho accidents that
have happened to ships of the navy.
Tho house committee on foreign af-
fairs authorized favorable report on
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tlons Dill. The measure as amended
enrrcs a tola of J2.744.000. an In-
rrpnHn of nl.nut r nunr nr of n million
crease or about n mmrtcr or a million.
Scnntor Bailey's non-suspension
nmnnrlmnnt nnnlvlnr- to nr.lorn nf tho
rmf"1."nt "2.PJ?-,"B ZtZ,l Z
j covorc,i i,y tho railroad rato bill, which
, has 0CCtlI1C(i B0 much of tho attention
uiltiriun, t.nu.iJ.v.u iu.iimio.iuu uo
of tho senate In connection with that
bill, was adversely disposed of by tho
decisive vote of 23 to 54. Tho rate bill
i- -mi .... .i- .ii.,.in.
Is still under discussion.
BEHIND PRISON BAR3.
Henry G. Goll, Convicted Ex-Bank ln.vmlC(1 bft larB n.uncr of tl,0B
Cashier Arrives at Leavenworth ' who WOr rlotou,81nl tho formor mcct'
Cashier, Arrlvesjt Leavenworth. . Dow(o procltatcl, a BCCon
Leavenworth. Kan.. May 14.-HenrylolaI, 'llf!"r'!a"c.0' " c.a"f.cil...!.. 'J.
0. Goll, formor cashier of tho First
Nntlonnl bank at Milwaukee, rocently
found guilty of misapplying the funds
of tho Institution nnd making false
entries and sentenced to ten years In
tho United States penitentiary horo,
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has arlvcd at the prison. Goll np
pcared perfectly cool and ho entered
tho prison gatos and romarked that hfl
was glad the trial was over. Ho may
work In tho same department with
Frank S. Blgelow, first president ol
tho First National bank, now serving
ten years for his part In wrecking the
bank.
BECHTEL COMES CLEAR.
Wat Charged With Using Funds
Life Insurance Company,
o
Minneapolis. Minn.. May 12. The
Jury In the W. F. Bechtel caso brought
in n verdict of not guilty. Bechtel wns
charged with using tho funds of the1
Northwestern Nntlonnl Life Insurance
Co. to pay pcrsonnl lebts and with not '
keeping nn account of tho monoy thus
used.
The defendant was formerly presl-
dent of tho company and tho specific
charge against htm wns that ho took
$.1,500 from tho concern's treasury to
pay n certain feo which ho owed. The
neohtol trlnli bus been ono of th3
shortest In tho history of llko cases In
this stato and lasted only flvo days.
MITCHELL EULOGIZED.
The Church Association Expresses Iti
Gratification In Close of Strike.
Now York, May 9. A resolution ex
pressing nppreclatlcj of tho "self-sac-rlflro
shown by President John Mitch
ell and tho scalo committee of tho an
thraclto miners' union In their deter
ruination to avoid a strike," was adopt
ed by tho Church Association for the
Advancement of tho Intorcsts of La
bor. The hopo was expressod by resa
lutlon that tho "Noblo attltudo of the
miners will bring tho support of the
public to thorn In their futuro rela
tions with tho operators. Tho bitum
inous oporators were commended for
coming to an early Agreement and pre
venting a soft coal strike
Another Track Into Lots.
Now York, May 11. Tho Morrli
Park race track, formerly tho home
of tho Wost Chester Racing associa
tion, which now conducts Its meetings
at Belmont Park, Is sold to a realty
corporation for $4,150,000, and will be
cut up Into buildings lots.
Hold Next In Norfolk.
St. LouIb, May 10. After decides
on Norfolk, Va., as the placo for the
next annual convention, tho National
Lumber Manufacturers'- association ad
journed without naming a date for the
1907 gathering.
Another For American Reserve.
Pittsburg, May 10. Upon applica
tion of William II. Nowgeon, of Phila
delphia, Andrew T. Jenkins was ap
pointed rocelvor for the property of
tho American Reserve Bond Co., Id
his jurisdiction, by Judgo Burlington,
of the United States circuit court.
Two Brothei Killed.
Conroet, Tex., May 10.- John and
3teve Beeson, brothers, were shot and
(Hied by Harry Bendy at a sawmill
ibout.two miles from this place. Ben
ly U foreman of the mill. The mm
'tilled were former employe.
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IN A FREE FIGHT.
Dowlo Meeting Broken Up By Op
Which Started tho Trouble.
A Second Disturbance Was Caused
By Reading of a Letter Stating ,
That Dowle's Wife Had Been
Healed By His Prayers.
Chicago, III., May 14. A meeting
ovor which John Aloxander Dowlo
presided at Zlon City Sunday after-
noon was broken up by a number of
followers of tho opposing faction, as-
slstod by several outsiders, and before
the crowd dispersed a free fight oc-
curred.
Dowlo wns addressing tho audience,
numbering about six hundred, and
made tho statement that the overseers
of the Vollvn faction wero thieves nnd
robbers. At onco n number of thoso
juUB. u iihuiubi . -
tho a dlenco wero on their foot
Jilting "No, no; you are tho robber
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I In
shouting
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disturbance became so violent that
1 Vlnti rltfirl H'riti untit tr rnalnrA nritftf I
.vjw huul,( "HO o,it. v iow.v ..-
i Tho guard took hold of nn old ffrayj
linnilml ... n . t.tl... ...nM tmulnnt I ft l.lif
iivumvu iiiiiii, muz wtin iuuiivoi u. 1110
lemnnds for Dowlo to pay his obllga
ia ., .M- ...nn .ini , f mn
A doen men seized tho guard
land wore about to drag him down tho
i ulslo when Gladstone Dowlo nnd Dca- jijrv'r vnrAi ppfoptq
con Arrngton mounted tho platform RY S CAL EFFORTS
aml cnIc,i I)0n tho nudlenco not to'nidn't Plense Court But The iinn
crcat0 a disturbance and to take their,' 1 !"r..V, o"L
scats.
A riot call was sent to tho pollco sta
tlon nnd Captain of Pollco Wnlker,
wlth follr nicr, lulrrlC(1 t0 tll0 tabor:
V V 17.! . i luul-'
nnci0 (,, a wagon. By tho tlmo tho
nco nrrlv0(, ,0Bt oftho aU(lcnc0 i,a,i
g the bui.Ig. In the mS of the
,roublo, . u. Durloll.h tho nCRro at.
1Cndant of Dowlo. rushed upon tho plat-
fornl an(1 nlncpt, himself at tho First
I"rm.""" Piaceci mmseii m no rirei
posiies sine, wnuo inoso or uio nni-
formed Zlon ctinrds who hnvn taken
lldog wlth Dow0 formed a lino of do-
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lcng0 front of the intform No at-
omnt at violence wns made against
i i 10ll-nC0 W"8 "1UUe "l l
Dowle. however.
IIOWIO WQB SO WPflK mm IIO I1RII IO
,,0 carrlcd from his cnrrlago Into tho i
;a0Prnnci0 by two attendants. It was
announced at Shlloh house, howovor.
thnt ho had eaten n hearty dinner nnd
,hnt he felt ijo 111 effects from tho ex-!
I . . i .
I cltement of tho nfternoou.
I At nn afternoon meeting called for
Dowlo adherents only, but which wns
rnn i n iiiinr iriiiii iimi ill hiiiiiiiii i T
w "v,w .""", "" " "" ""':, niong wun nunurcus or noiinrs- worm
ors. stating that the writers w fo had;of pr010rtJPi indicating tho work of
passed safely through tho crisis of alnn lncon(jary. Tho fiend seems to
.lerlous Illness while Dowlo prayed, ,mvo a Mpoc,a, ,mtrC(, for ,,orBCBi nB
for her. This fact Dowlo compared,, tho nrcB ,,nvo been Btarted ,n or
with tho caso of Mrs. Cantcl, wlfo of
nn overseer, who died last Friday
without modlcal attention while Vollva
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for hor recovory. Dowle declared
that he feared tho woman would die
becnuso sho had associated horsolf
with the rebels. Immediately thero
was a storm or nissos anu b.iouib iu charM stUIc, of tho Pennsylvania
"Shame, shame!" .'Railroad Co., nrrostod Harry Whlto,
-more is ueain in siore .or muro m
kn If tVitn wn)tAlt(nn bnnna fin rnn. 1
you f this rebellion keeps on," con'
tinned Dowlo. Again tho pcoplo
sprang fropi their chairs, shouting and
gesticulating, until tho tumult beenmo
so general thnt Dowlo wbb again
obllgod to bring tho meeting to a
cIoB0-
WRECK ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
,
Overland Limited, Going Fifty Miles
An Hour, Is Ditched.
San Jose, Cnl., .May 10. A serious
nl)Ic8 fl0uth of this city! and the" South -
ern Pacific overland limited, west
bound, running r.O miles nn hour, wns
ditched. A tramp wns killed and :10 1
or 40 passengers, mostly Chinese,
wero moro or less sorlously Injured.
Tho accident was duo to a truck nn
dor a car behind tho bnggago car Jump
ing tho track and striking tho switch.
Tho engine, tender, bnggage and mall
car wore piled In a heap.
OBJECT8 TO DUKE DECREE.
MaJ. Frank Huntoon Flies An Appeal
From the Decision.
Trenton, N. J May 12. MaJ. Frank
Huntoon, of Now York, fllod In the
court of chancery nn appeal from tho
decision of Vlco Chancellor Pitney ad
vising a decree of divorce for James
II. Duke from his wlfo, Mrs. Lillian N
Duko. Huntoon objects to that part ot
the vlco chancellor's advlscmont
which adjudged him guilty of Improp
er conduct with Mrs. Duke. Tho ad
Judgement that he was to pay $3,000
for counsel fees la also objected to.
Miners Go Back to Work.
Scronton. Pa.. May 14. Work was
genorally resumed Monday at prac
tically all of the anthracite collier
lea. All of the Importod men have
been shlppod away and almost all evi
dence of their occupancy of tho col
lieries bus been removed.
Pursue Rebel Chief,
Capetown, May 12. It Is authorita
tively stated that In a fight, May A,
the Germans pursued the rebel chlof,
Marengo, four mllos over the eastern
border of German Southwest Africa
Into Brltlsn territory.
Lawyer Don't Relish Law.
Washington, May 11. Tho senate
ban beard from Its anti-pass amend
ment to the railroad rate bill In the
ihapo of a number of protests from
many people who win be aaectea uy
It, Including especially local attorneys
of the roads. It will be roconsldercd.
Medale For Lincoln Volunteer.
Washington, May 10. Senator Dick
ha Introduced a bill proposing that a
bronze medal of honor shall be issued
to each surviving soldier who enlisted
mder the first call ot Prealdeat Lin
coln fr 76.0G9 troop.
NICK AND ALICE TO ATTEND
Ceremonies At Marietta and Many
Other Notables Will Be Present.
Washington, Mny 11. Sonalor Dick
headed a delegation of Ohio citizens
which called on President Iloosovelt to
extend to hlui an Invitation to attend
tho ceremonies Incident to tho laying
of a tablet at Marietta, O., rommem
orntlve of the establishment at Mari
etta of tho rapltal of tho Northwest
territory. Tho celebration Is to bo
held tho latter part of next October,
ant: will be made tho occasion of a
notnblo ceremony. Tho entire Ohio
congressional delegation will be pres
ent, and prominent men from nit parts
of the country nro expected to partic
ipate In the celebration. Representa
tive Nicholas I.ougworth and Mrs.
Longworth hnvo Indicated their Inten
tion to bo present.
THE INCUBATOR BABIE8
To Hold Cbnclave In Cleveland To
Discuss "Ways and Means."
Cleveland, O., Mny 11. Tho Ohio
Association of Incubator llables will
hold Its first annunl convention at
I. una Park Juno 22. Questions of par
ticular Intorest to babies will bo dis
cussed, llables reared In Incubators
throughout tho state will bo on exlit
,,!, on nni, delegates from all parts
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Infants. Somo of the subject to be
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"Tho Bottle.
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Uses," "Tho Safety
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. Dliwilltli
Dr, Stewart will bo temporary chair-
. " of tho convention.
L Several hundred Ohio babies have
bcon 'ncubated to health and strength.
a i aibnvn wwiiyi
Sandusky, O., Mny 12. By order of
Judge Iteed tho Jury In tho case of
nni1 llrnfoflinnnl , ,ln
nnd professional men, had been out IS
... lry,nl' . "Rrcc " ' , ' " .,
A disagreement was finally reported,
, , . tnaclinrKo was entered
, ,, ., 'Hc"arfio was eniertu
and then tllO COUrt Was Serenaded from
tho mlnMo wlth -What's tho Uso of
Knopklng When a Man Is Down?"
FIRE BUG HATES HORSES.
'Always Starts Fi
Horse'f
norse i
re in Barn
Near
s Stall.
Mt. Vernon, O., Mny 12. Mt. Ver
non Is being patrolled vigilantly by po-
'" l" "pcu "10 -" n f"80 m
.Elmer Hagcmann ngalnst Pollcomnn
po-lT,.i, jfnnnna.. . rmm,i,i ( atn,t
Joh" IIonnt-'f ns commanded to stop
rKjfoS!?.. f, """gVeet So and
' io Shore In t ho Sweet c nnd
5$ nn;,?." 2Lt Homo "Tho
Home, Sweet Homo. TIio
.. con)0i,C(1 of prominent business
.Mso and citizen volunteers In order to
catch the miscreant who has been
gen-!,)UrnInK barn8 tll0 ,)nBt lrco wceks.
Seven horses have been destroyed,
i.a . . it
near tho horse stall.
HELD ON MURDER CHARGE.
Railroad Detectives Capture Alleged
Slayers of Thomas Dye.
flrrvllln. O.. Mnv 14. Detective
ot MnBaIon, and A. Miller nnd Wm
- ... . . .
Evorhart, of Alliance, nnd charged
thorn with tho killing of Thos. Dyo, of
this city, about a month ngo. The
prisoners say that tho shooting was
accidental. A largo crowd gathorcd
when they wero brought In, but no
trouble was experienced.
HE HELD THE REINS,
But Man Who Sat In
Corpse.
Box Wat a
Woostor. O., Mny 11. William Kolly
f1'" ho,d , tho !;e,ln8 "hUsh wmtrollod
his span of roadsters when ho wns dis
covered near his homo Bitting bolt up
right In his carriage, but rigid In
death, Kelly loft Woostcr to drive to
his homo at Now Pittsburg, but died
(of lieait trouble on tho route. His
horses wnndorod nt will along tho
highway through tho night.
Strike, Troubles.
Cincinnati, May 11. Trouble be
tween tho striking electroypors and
tho strike breakcra and non-union men
Inlluonced Chief Mlllikln to dotal! flvo
men nnd a sorgcant to do duty In tho
vicinity of Fifth nnd Lock streets, nenr
the plant of tho United States Print
ing Co. There have been sovernl out
breaks. In sovernl Instances revolvers
wore used. Thoro was no disturbance
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Ohio Men's Venture.
Stoubcnvlllo, O,, May 12. Tho. Ohio
Cobalt Mining Co. has boon granted n
chartor by tho Canadian government
to dovolop lands In tho Cobalt sllvor
mining district. It Is capitalized for
$00,000. Stoubenvlllo and Toronto cap
italists aro tho lncorporatora.
Brick Plant Destroyed.
Zaneavllle, O., May 13. Tho plant
of the Fullonham Brick Co, woe al
most totally destroyed Sunday after
coon by a flro ot unknown origin.
The loss estimated at 15,000. There
.was no Insurance
Bridge Trust' Move.
Cleveland, O., May 10. A motion to
quash tho summons in the caso of ox
Attorney General Monnett against the
Ma&slllon Bridge Co., alleged member
ot tho bridge trust, was fllod In the
United States court on grounds ot er
rors In summons,
Columbus Will Be Dry.
Columbus, 0 May 11. The ltd goes
down on this city for sure If the Ideas
of Chief ot Police O'Connor are car
ried out. He appointed several addi
tional patrolmen, who will work all
day on Sunday
Striker Heavy Loser.
Cleveland, 0 May 11. Tho 20,000
men who have beon on strike In tho
lower Inl'o port for nine days, cost
$2,500,000 directly in loss of money to
the striker and, carrier, and the mea
are returning to work oa the seme te
at a but year.
THE CONTROVERSY
Between Senators Tillman and
Chandler on Kate Bill Grow-
ing Very Warm.
CORRESPONDENCE MADE PUBLIC,
It Is tho Principal Topic of Convorsa
tlon In Political Circles In
the Capital City.
Chandler Say President Was Much
Troubled by Advocacy of Unlim
ited Court Review By the
Senate Lawyer.
Washington, May 14. Senator Till
man, who mndo a stntcment In the son
nt covering tho details of his and Scn
ntor Bailey's negotiations, through
ex-Senator Chnndlor, with President
Iloosovelt regarding tho rato bill, mado
public a portion of a written stato
niont mndo to him by Mr. Chnndlor of
his various conferences with the presi
dent on tho subject.
The portion given out by Mr. Till
man la largoly a repetition ot the first
part of his statement In tho senate.
It covers, however, that portion
whoro Mr. Tillman had quoted Mr.
Chandler as saying that the president
had ntntod that ha had como to a com
plete disagreement with tho senatorial
lawyers, who wero trying to defeat or
Injuro tho bill, naming Messrs, Knox,
Spooner nnd Fornkcr, rcgnrdlng which
statement Senator Lodge subsequently
said ho was nuthorlzed to snyfrom tho
whlto houso thnt It was an unqualified
falsehood.
On this subject Mr. Chandler, refer
ring to the president, said In his writ
ten Btntement:
"Ho said that ho had been much
troubled over tho advocacy of an un
limited court revlow by somo of tho
lawyers of tho senate, naming Sena
tors Knox. Spooner nnd Fornker, as
trying to Injuro or defeat tho bill by
Ingenious constitutional amendments,
but thnt ho had come to a compkto
disagreement with ' thorn. He made
this point emphatic by repetition."
The stntcment given out by Mr
Tillman follows:
"Senator Tillman tald to-day that
on Saturday, May 5, he insisted on
having from ex-Senator Chandler a
written stntement of tho various con
ferences by tho latt,er In connection
with tho plan of the president to con
trol railroad rate legislation by alli
ance with (ho democrats of tho senate,
nnd Mr. Chandler gave him such a
statement, mado prior to Saturday,
May 12, and signed by Mr. Ohnndlrr.
Mr. Tlllmnn said that he would glvo
out a portion of tho statement relat
ing to the interview of Mr. Chandler
with tho president on March 31, which
had becomo n subject mattor of dis
pute, but would retatn tho remainder
for uso In caso any other parta of his
statement iu tho senate on Saturday
should bo denied."
LOCAL OPTION IN FRISCO.
Drinking Places Closed and Builder
of Rum Shop Warned.
San Francisco, May 12. That the
authorities have no Intention ot loos
onlng thn rolns which havo held the
liquor dealers in check since tho city
suffored Its great disaster was mado
plain by an emphatic declaration from
Mayor Schmltz that all drinking places
will bo closed tor an Indoflnlto porlod.
Tho stnnd of tho mayor was empha
sized whon the board of pollco com
missioners mot and unanimously en
dorsed a suggestion mado by tho may
or that all saloon licenses bo rovoked.
A numbor of saloon proprietors havo
In courso of construction temporary
buildings. To thoso tho commission
ers Issued a warning ndvlslng thorn
that the number of saloon licenses to
bo Issued In tho futuro would bo great
ly curtailed and that It wns unwiso
for them to Incur any expense in tho
wny of temporary building operations.
OHIO EXPERIMENT STAflON
Issues Bulletin and Say There May
Yet Be Fair Crops.
Woostor, O., May 11. A bullotln Is
sued by tho Ohio experiment station
en tho dnmago' to fruit by frost, says:
"Tho frost was a blighting ono, ac
companied by a temporaturo which
marked 29 degrees at tho station. Tho
follago of trcos and plants was frozen
stiff. Trco fruits sufforod, but thero
aro yet apparently onough uninjured
blossoms nnd embryo fruits to mako a
fair crop, providing dangor of freez
ing Is past, which It Is not safe to as
sume Berlin Taxes Automobile,
norlln, May 10. Tho rolchstag has
passed a bill taxing automobiles from
two to ten marks par horso power. A
motion of the radical party to exempt
from taxation all automobiles used tor
commercial and Industrial purposes
was roJectwL
Steamer Manchuria Arrive.
8an Francisco, May 14, The steam
er Manchuria arrived from Oriental
ports. The passengers collected a
purso ot $1,000 for the crow, -most ot
whom lived In this city, The crow
decided to turn over tho money to the
San Francisco relief fund.
Chinese Official Dissatisfied.
. London, May 14. The Tlmee' Pektn
correspondent says that many high
Chinese officials express disapproval
of the recont customs edict, which
they attribute to tha Influence of Yuan
Shim Kai.
Big Forest Fire,
Butto, Mont., Mny 12. Sand Point,
Ida., advlcos stato that a destructive
forost flro la burning within a few
miles of that place. Sparks from the
cnglnos ot tho Great Northern trains
started the Are, which has now burned
boyond all control.
Bribery Extraditable.
London, May 12. The extradition
bill covering the convention between
theBalfour government and the Unit
ed States for the Inclusion of bribery
aaaoBR extraditable crime, passed IU'
aeaoad reftdlag la the bue ot. lard..
WIFE MARRIED AGAIN
After Collecting Life Insurance of
Husband Believed Still Alive.
RL Paul, lMnn., May 9. News from
a sourco that Is considered thoroughly
rollablo has been rocolvod to the effect
that Joseph Matthews, who as dpouty
treasurer of Polk county, defaulted to
tho oxtent of about $4,000 and who
wns thought to hnvo died In a London
hotel In 1808, Is allvo.
Matthews disappeared In 1898. His
watch and ring and papers we.ro found
upon tho man who died in the London
hotol. Now It Is thought Matthews
was In I.ondon nt tho tlmo and chang
ed clothing with tho dead man to con
fuse Identification.
Mrs. Mntthows collected $5,000 Hfo
Insurnnco nftor tho supposed death of
hor husband nnd married nnothor
man.
GRAPPLE WINS HANDICAP
At Belmont Park After Having Been
Played Heavily At 8 To 1.
New York, Mny 11. Twenty-two
horses of medium class went to tho
post in tho 15th Metropolitan handi
cap, nnd nftor a mile Journey over tho
main course at Belmont Park In ono
mlnuto nnd thlrty-nlno seconds, John
A. Drnko'B four-yonr-old gelding, Grnp
plo, by Woolsthorpe-Embraco, flashed
under tho wlro n winner by.thrfo
quarters of a length. Tho betting
ngalnst tho winner wns 8 to 1 and ho
wns heavily played. Tho Metropolitan
was worth nenrly $14,000, of which
tho second horso rccolvod $2,000 nnd
tho third $1,000.
THE M'CURDY8 AVAILABLE.
Father and Son Will Be Called In Mu
tual Life Matter.
Now York, May 10. At tho district
attorney's ofTlcos It Is nnnounccd that
both Richard A. McCurdy, former
president of tho Mutual Llfo Insurnnco
Co., nnd his son, Robert II. McCurdyi
will bo nvnllnblo when wnntcd In tho
Investigation Into Insurance matters.
It was announced also that desplto
reports to tho contrary, Robert H. Mc
Curdy Is In this country. His father
Is In Europe. Tho special grand Jury
which Is Investigating Insurance had
before It ns a witness Edward R. Rodg
ers, of tho Arm of Lysandor, Lawrcnco
& Co., prlntors for tho Mutual Llfo.
HAS OVERRULED MOTION
To Quash Indictment of County Offi
cial In Bridge Trust Cases.
Omaha, Nob., May 9. Judge S. A.
Armtsrong, of Collna, who heard tho
motion to quash Indictments pending
ngalnst county Commissioners David" F.
Owens nnd Ignntlus Stechschulto and
County Survoyor Oliver C. Tnlboc, In
connection with the so-cnllcd brldgo
trust enscs, has overruled the motion.
In Putnam county a numbor of brldgo
agents will nlso stnnd trial. The In
dictments grew out of tho Investiga
tion In Putnnm county In January of
this year.
TO INVESTIGATE 8TANDARD.
Another Review To Be Made of Oil
Company and Railroads.
Chicago, May 10. The Intorstato
commerce commission meets hero to
hear evidence from railroad mon nnd
Indopendont oil refiners In regard to
tho relationship botwoon the Standard
Oil Co. and certain railroads. A largo
numbor of witnesses havo been sub
poonned and It is expoctcd tho hear
ing will last until May 15.
This hearing Is a continuation of
ono begun about two months ago In
Kansas City.
8TARTED TROUBLE IN HAVANA.
Man Named Garcia Fired 8hot and
I Arretted.
Hnvann, May 10. During tho bos
slon of tho houso of representatives
two rovolvor shots wero flrod In tho
portion ot tho hall occupied by spec
tators, causing great oxcltomont, sev
eral of tho members of tho houso
drawing weapons" fearing that It was
n premeditated attempt to cause n
riot. Tho man who flrcd tho shota
was quickly ovorpowored and arrestod.
His hamo Is Garcia, nnd ho Is a vet
eran of tho rovolutlon.
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Christian 8clence Healer Held. .
London, May 12. -Tho Inquest on
tho body of MaJ. John Nicholas Whyto,
of tho Lancnshlro Fuslloors, who dis
tinguished hlmsolf during tho South
African war, and who recently died
under treatmont of Christian scient
ists, rosultod in a verdict ot man
slaughter against Dr. A. D. Cock, a
Christian sclenco healor, who was
commtttod for trlaL
MARKET REPORTS.
Cincinnati, May 12.
CATTLT5-Fa!r to eocd $4 60 J 6 1
ilenvy steers 5 25 3 B 4
CALVES-Rxtra 6 60 T
JIOQB-Cholce packers 6 E0 ft 6 6
Mixed packers O & 6 b
BHEBP-Bxtra fib
I.AMHH-Cllppod extra 5 78 O 8 6
KLOUH-8prlnc patent 4 60 4 t
wheat-No. 3 rod , w 9 J
OOIIN-No. 2 mlxad
OATB-No. 2 mixed 9 2
RYK-No. I choice M J
HAIILBY-No. 2 sprint- B f ,
HAY-Cholce timothy
PORK-Clear men ,....1 60 18 7
LARD-Prlme strim 1 10 8 :
UUTTKR-Chtlca dairy ..... 2
Choice Creamery ., V 2
APPUSS-Cholce, per bbt ... 4 M 8 6
POTATOER-Per bush 9.. S
1W.;::::::
CHICAOO.
JPr.OmiWln(r nutant t SO
wheat-no. a red gy
No. I red 71
CORN-No. 1 mixed
OATS-No. 1 mixed ,
PORK-Meis, prime ",'.'.',','.-.14 88
UJiswi nm steam M,..t
NEW TORK.
FLOUR Winter patent ,,.JM
WHKAT-No. 2 red , 80
MRN-Nn. t mlXMi
OATB-No. 2 mixed 27
HYRWmlrn tnlipil
PORK-Mes, prime .-, ,.17 25
EARl-l'rlme pteam 8 so
BALTIMORE,.
WHEAT-No. 2 red 0 874
CATTLB-Steer ....!,'",'.'!" 4 75 O 5 15
ijuiio uooa to cnoic ...... iw it
LOUISVILLE.
WMBAT-No. 2 red ..., f M
CORN-No. S white 8 4DU
OAT-No. I mixed 24 2 34V
PORK Men, prime 013 50
CAWK-Prlme steam , 7 7
iNnnv itim.TB
CATTLB Prime ateer ,.., 8 25 0 5 IS
'iooa-aood to choice ..j... 6 46
HUBaW--lt grade
,.
PIERCED BY HOT NEEDLES.
Skin of New York If en Perforated as
Test to Provo Loss of
Sensation.
Now York. Ono of tho most start
ling exhibitions ever seen In a court
room was given a few days ago bofore
Judgo Edward B. Thomas and a Jury
In tho United States circuit court In
Brooklyn, when Josoph LIpsltz was
bared to- tho waist and a whlto hot
needle was npplled to tho skin in
more than SO places. Tho purpose ot
tho exhibition was to show that thero
was comploto anaesthesia and LIpsltz
never flinched as tho necdlo burnod
Its way Into tho flesh.
LIpsltz, who now lives In Now Bos.
ton, Mass., was a passenger on a Now
York, New Haven & Hartford train
on March 21, and In a collision near
Waterbury, Conn., was thrown from
his scat. He sustained nn injury to
tho spinal cord affecting the sonsory
nervo so that It was alleged thero wae
a comploto anaesthesia of tho body
below tho nock. ,
He brought nn action to recover $50,
000 damages, and tho case was on trial
at tho tlmo tho experiment took plnco.
It being ngreed by tho attorney for
the railroad company to havo tho
demonstration beforo tho Jury, Llp-
nltz back was bared, and Dr. Rlchnrd
M. Burke, the attending physician,
produced an Instrument similar to one
used by pyrographers In burning wood
nnd leather. It was a steel needle,
heated by a benzine flame and bulb,
and tho ncedlo was at a whlto heat
whon It was applied. LIpsltz did not
mako tho slightest move when it waa
applied.
AN ACCOMMODATING HEN.
Come to Kitchen Evory Horning and
Lays Egg in Time for
Breakfast.
New York. North Albany has tho
moat accommodating hen on record.
A certnln boarding house proprietress
In that enterprising section of the city
has introduced a novelty into the
fresh egg market. Sho has a ben
which Is so well trained that It lays
nn egg "while you wait." This Is tho
modus operandi, vouched for by a man
of undoubted veracity:
"Tho hen comes to the back door
of tho houso evory morning and cac
kles until tho door Is openod for It.
"The bpusewif e Invariably gives tho
hen a bit oF green stuff, such as cab
bage or lettuce, as a tidbit. Then sho
Bhows the fowl nn egg, after which
she puts It Into tho woodbox.
"Tho hen goes ovor to the box, looks
In and make3 a great fuss beforo
Jumping In. In tho courso of a short
tlmo sho adds to tho stock of eggs
by leaving a duplicate of tho one
placed In tho box by tho housowlfo.
Biddy then goes to the door and
cackles to havo tho door opened.
This little scene Is onnctcd regular
ly every morning, nnd up to date haa
lasted for thrco weeks."
PUSS PLAYED THE PIANO.
Household Disturbed by Uncanny
Performance In the Still
Hour of Night.
Rising Sun, Pa. Whon Jacob
Houseman's piano began apparently
to play Itself in his parlor, near Eagle
Point, the other night, Jacob reluctant
ly got out of a bed, reached for his gun
and declared:
"Well, If it ts ghosts, we'll havo It
out right now."
Descending the stairs cautiously on
tiptoe, he silently opened the parlor
door, only to find that tho piano, right
thero before him, kept on playing,
without a finger on the keys!
His first impulse was to blaze away,
but ho thought of tho cost ot the
piano and of tho feelings of bis
aroused family upstairs, and discretion
got the better of hla valor.
He cautiously openod tho top of tho
piano, and out Jumped tho gladdest
cat that was over released from mu
steal thralldora of the . other sort.
Puss had ovldontly "smollod a mouso,"
and thought sho smellod It In tho
plnno. Observing her mistake, she
had pranced across tho hammers and
wires In the most unconventional
fashlou.
WIFE HANDLES THE WINE.
Helpmeet of California Han Takes
This Means of Keeping
Him Sober.
San Diego, Cal. Probably dno ot
the most peculiar agreements ever re
corded at tho courthouso waa filed
recently. Martin Shuster, who has
beon in the habit of drinking Intoxi
cating liquors to excess, agrees to keep
sober it Marie Shuster, hla wlfo, who
had refused to live with htm, returns
to her home.
Mrs. Shuster, besides agreeing to re
turn to the homo ot Shuster and to
remain there lf ho keops sober, stipu
lates ,that she shall havo "the keep
ing and control ot tho wlno cellar"
and to deal out to Martin Shuster
"not less than ono nor more than two
bottles ot wine a day."
Shuster agrees not to drink any la
toxlcatlng liquors except such as are
given him by his wife. If ho breaks
tho agreement be Is to assign and deed
til hU real estate and personal prop
erty to his wife.
Xing Edward's Cruise,
The Itinerary of King Edward's com
tag cruise in the Mediterranean Is to
lo kept as secret as possible. "This,"
lays London Truth, "will save his
majesty tho routine of receptions and
ceremonials and the Intolerable nuis
ance of the Victoria and Albert being
logged by the. yachts of pushing
snobs," '
"I'd like to remark," said Uncle Dl
ram, "that this world would be a
whole lot happier If iicui'lc would buy
grapes and Jelly for the nick with the
money tbey usually rpriid .on Howers
afterward." Detroit Free Press.
It pours the oil of life Into your
system. It warms you up and starts
the life blood circulating. That's
that HolUiter'i Rocky Mountain does.
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