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13 or 32 BRING RESULTS
THIRTIETH. YEAR.
mitpM
»*-.
THE DEPARTED
VERY FEW MEM1ERS AND VISIT-
ORS PRESENT AT THE SES-
SION SATURDAY.
NUMBER FAYS TRIBUTE
HAS MANY NICE THINGS TO
SAY OF JOHNSON.
Speaker Cannon Make* Extemperan
tous Speech Eulogizing Late Rep
f«Mntative Cushman of Washing
ton Many ©than Speeches Were
Delivered.
Washington. April 2.—Eulogies
formed the feature of the proceed
ings of senate and house today. In
the senate the life and character of
Senator McLaurin of Mississippi and
of Senator Johnson of North Dakota
were subjects of numerous remarks.
In the house the session was largely
•devoted to paying tributes of respect
to the memory of the late Represen
tative Cushman of Washington.
The •naval appropriation bill was
under consideration in the house
during the first two hours of the ses
sion, and the reading of the measure
for amendments was begun.
The house will be in session to.
morrow when eulogies will be deliv-
IS STATED.
Washington I« the galleries, tocvigo numerous and extensive as to re
there were only a, sprinkling of vis. suit in great Inconvenience and ex.
itors, a majority of whom had drop- pense."
ped in merely to see the house in "That which may be described as
session, and with na special interest. the prosecution in these proceedings
in the proceedings. has now rested," Ballinger contin.
The speaker had* given no intimajued, "And evidence is now being in
tion that he would deliver an eulogy troduced by counsel representing me.
He had not prepared any speech, From this statement it is obvious
Rising from his seat on the republi- that demands of Brandeis can no
can side, Cannon paid tribute of re. longer be regarde as in the further,
spect to the late Mr. Cushman, pro-, ance of a proper inquiry, but as be
.nounclng him to be one of "Good ing made as a mere fishing process."
manhood and good courage." "One| As the prosecution has rested, arid
of the most trying positions in the,as all papers heretofore called for
country," Cannon said, "is to serve have been furnished, it is respect.
fully submitted that demands upon
this department for records made
hereafter should not be allowed un
less they relate to some matter to
which the evidence now being pre
sented in my behalf and which rec
ords have not heretofore been pre.
as a member of tis house—the popu
lar body."
SENATOR M'CUMBER'8 TRIBUTE
TO THE LATE SENATOR N. M.
JOHNSON.
In the senate, McCumber of North
Dakota, paid the following beautiful
tribute to the life of the late Senator
M. N. Johnson:
Mr. President:
In the strength of his manhood, in
the noon-day of his vigor, and in the
fullness of his intellectual power,
when seemingly best prepared by
learning and experience to serve his
country and his state in that high
official position to which he had been
so recently elevated by the voice of
a people, death has removed Sena,
tor Johnson from the field of this
(Continued on page 3.)
PRESIDENT LEWIS SEES
STATES THAT REPORTS SHOW CONDITIONS GOOD AND CHANCES
FOR A SETTLEMENT OF THE WAGE QUESTION IN FAVOR OF
in this city late today satisfied him
he said, that thfe suspension of work
in the mines pending the settlement
of a new wage contract between the
miners and the operators, would not
be long continued.
"I have not been talking strike in
Illinois," Lewis said, "and I am not
going to do anything of the sort in
western and central Pennsylvania
wwmtm
NORTH DAKOTA SENIOR SENATOR railway wage situation. to do this—raise the freight rates."
'In order to maintain our equip. I "Probably only 25 per cent of the
ment, pay our dividends and at the ,750,000 employes on the western
ORATION FOR ROOSEVELT.
Naples, April 2.—Former President
Roosevelt was given an ovation at
the Theater San Carlos, where he
attended a performance tonight. The
Americans in the box started the
cheering, which was taken up by a
great body of students seated in the
third gallery. Col. Roosevelt aros*
and bowed his acknowledgmen?s,
which only served to increase the
tumultuous applause.
THE WORKMEN FINE 18 NOT AFRAID OF THE OUTCOME IT
conclusions than in the other states
but I cannot believe there will be a
final break.
"If the operators of Pennsylvania
and Ohio feared that operators in
the non-union districts of West Vir
ginia .and that neighbodhood would
undersell them, that objection to in
creasing wages of union miners has
been swept away by the news that in
next week Operators and miners in practically all of the non.union coal
those three districts, in Indiana, fields of West Virginia, Maryland
Iowa Ohio, Western Kentucky- and, and Southern Pennsylvania the op
the southwest, will be discussing, erators have come out with a raise
means of settlement of the questions of wages of their unorganized work,
between them next week. The mat.(men. This also is plain object-les.
ter will have to work itself out, and son that union men benefits the non.
it will work out to the end that we I union man."
WAGESMUST BE
Chicago, April S.—(Special)— are facing unless conditions are al_
Bankruptcy or an immediate increase lowed to adjust themselves. The
in freight rates was the cry sent un*-roads
in ireign rates was me cry sent up
a btt
vania and the Reading lines, which Every dollar increase in wages
action has already been felt in the means' just so much to be raised by
increased uneasiness in the western the roads, and there is but one way
Indianapolis, April 2.—Advices wil, get the demanded wag. increaseS of. a mile^ from James Crowley,S the the commissioner* what assistance
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 3. 1910.
a
lternat,ve
Th*Z
enue through
in a rev
from the general offices of the big higher rates. The increase by the
western railroads yesterday, follow-i Pennsylvania lines in the wages of
ing the boost in wages roluntarilyj its men will undoubtedly'influence
given the employes of the Pennsyl- wage negotiations in the west* jftjlflnerly connected with Haight &
same time increase our wage sched- lines have presented their wage de*jbj|£ of the consolidated exchange
ule," said Vice President E. W. Mc. mand," said Slaton Thompson. "The
Kenna, of the Chicago, Milwaukee remaining 75 per cent, however, will
& St. Paul railroad, "we must in-, unquestionably be settled by arbi.
crease our rates. There is but one tration and without strikes. The ac
way, and that is to raise our freight tion of the Pennsylvania in voluntar.
rates. J,U ily increasing wages will probably
"Shippers protest at the'very men.' have some effect on western lines,
tion of such a thing. It is time they Freight rates, however, will have to
realized that as the railroads are the, be raised to meet the increased out
life blood of the. country^ unless they, lay imposed on the roads,
are kept up to the standard demand- "To offset the average increase of
ed by heavy traffic, the country from 6 to 8 per cent in the wages of
which they keep alive will feel the!employes so far granted by western
resultant effects, and, lacking nour. roads, freight rates would have to
ishmant, will grow sick and die. I be raised from 7.55 mills to, 7.80
"The panic of 1907 will be only a mills per ton mile, an almost imperi'
flea-bite compared to the panic we ceptible amount to the shipper.*'
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BALLINGER OBJECTS TO CONTINUED
CALL FOR PAPER8 FROM HIS OFFICE
demands of Attorney Brandeis. for plicant delies for information
for records of his department as suppprt the demands so made."
"An oblique attempt to control the Further protest is made by Mr
manner in which the evidence I snail Ballinger in a letter under datC of
present shall be introduced/'
*»..*,.
BC
Under date of March 29 Ballinger quest for affidavits in possession of
wdote to Chairman Nelson stating Chief of Field Division Christensen.
that requests of Brandeis for papers
since the inquiry began "Have been
The most startling feature of to-
MORPHINE FIEND ASKS
FOR LIFE SENTENCE
Chicago, April 2.— (Special)—Be-.
seecWng Judge Dupuy to sentence
him Ho life imprisonment, as an in.
curable morphine user, Christian E. I
Walters pleaded guilty to larceny!
yesterday and was sentenced to the)
penitentiary for an indefinite term of
from one to ten years.
"What's the use of letting me out'1the
as Lewis, president of the Unite" "In Illinois and the southwest, Vyes, the Frenchman, over the same I column by the experts. A few, a I- grana jurj
Mine Workers, when he returned to and Western Pennsylvania, the con- course a year ago, by 6 minutes. though issued in
of the penitentiary when I can't 'unauthorized
keep away from crime?" the pris
{third, five hundred yards behintf
Crowley with Ted Crook, the Amer
ican, fourth. Other two survivors,
Fred Meadows, of Canada, and John,
ny Hayes of this city, who won the
Amateur Marathon in London two
years ago, were distanced.
6 4 •04*444*4**
PHILADELPHIA BUCKET SHOP ARTISTS
4k PLACED UNDER ARREST BY OFFICERS OF LAW.
4
Philadelphia, April 2.—Six men
re arrested in this city today in
tj*| government's crusade against
jbt&ketshops. The arrests were ac
complished without much trouble
and after a brief hearing before
United States Commissioner Craig
the men were held in $2,600 bail for
a further hearing next Friday morn.
tag. Bail was furnished.
The men arrested are": George
Turner, New Ytork, a member of the
Consolidated Stock Exchange and
Freas, which at one time conducted
a chain of broker offices throughout
the east Thomas H. Campbell, of
Philadelphia, a member of the Con
solidated Exchange Humphrey
Owen, New York said to be a mem.
Aibert Ford, Norwood, Pa., tele
graph operator arrested at the office
of Boggs & Company, one of the in_
dieted concerns Marshall F. Par
rlah, Philadelphia, alleged to be the
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Washington, April 2.—Secretary of sented or to the nature of the evi Washington, April 2.—Members ofl Taft will be drawn into the fight,
ered in honor of the memory of the the Interior Ballinger has protested. dence desired to be set out, together,bith the house and senate are Strug- and today be informed some of the less it is possible to secure ex-Pres
late Representative Perkins of New]to the congressional committee in. with a statement of what the recjgfing with the question of framing members of committee he desired to »aent Roosevelt at some oiner aaie
York vestigating the tatedior department org will so show, and the names of laws to further the cause of conser-'talk with them next week in the in-jand not at tms. it is tne nope oi ine
In the solemnity of a service of a and the forestry service, against the the informants upon whom the ap- vation. Up to within the last two terests of harmony. In the commit, committee to secure mis speaaer ana
departed colleague, Speaker Cannon
in the house talked of trials jnet by
public men in dealing with popular
opinion and speculated upon the mys
teries of the hereafter. Thede were
only a few members present—chiefly
those who were to speak of the life
and character of Francis W. Cush
man. late a representative,, from
to
"I repeat that in these applications
to make withdrawals and classlfica
Hons of
nubilec lands.
tion of publi lanis me memo
now are divided into several groups
each pulling in a different direction.
The chief question which the leg
islators have to deal with in connec
tion wit conservation are embodied
in bills on the following subjects:
Withdrawal and classification of pub-
days session of the inquiry was ti:e lie lands. Conservation of coal
declaration made by H. K. Love, lands Conservation of waterpower.
formerly a special agent of land of. conservation of oil lands. Conserva.
flee while under cross-examination tion of phosphate lands. The first the withdrawals,
by Attodney Brandeis, that John W. four will receive serious and earnest I The democratic members of the
Dudley, former register of the land'consideration. The bills on the last'committee say the republican mem.
office at Juneau, Alaska, had to: II named one are likely to be lost in bers who want to qualify the vali
him in Juneau last February that an the general fight on others. There! dation are not for real conservation
agent of Collier's weekly had inti_
a
mated to him that "It would be congress upon all of these subjects "Whitewashing" of the administra.
worth from $5,000 to $10,000 to him"!and how best to harmonize them and tion on this question. They have
to come to Washington to testify. arrive at some mutual basis is the introduced a bill of their own on the
question. subject.
EX-AUDITOR WHITE
oner said. "When I get out "it'will warrants forged a few that were
be the same thing over again. If I raised and all that were .HegaU g
can't be cured, judge, I want to be* by
sent to the penitentiary for the rest 'Between
f%™« AuJ't0/Q
SWEDISH SPRINTER ^commissioners have instructed tfae
PROVES THE WINNER. treasurer not to redeem any of the,
A ... warrants which belong in the unau-!
A thorized column and an itemized
New York. April 2.—Gustave schedule of the list is being prepar.,
This means that unless the
Ljungstrom of Sweden proved today ed
that he is the best long distance: courts declare the same a liability
runner on this side of the Atlantic against the county, they will not be
by winning the second professionaT paid.
Marathon derby at the Polo grounds.! During the first of the week .1. b.
He won with a breezy rush by a third White was at the court house giving
2.-Aa»ic» .,.l «*, the demanded S S I S S S S S
FLEW TO DEATH forgeries before the matter was de
San Sebastian, Spain, April 2— tected. His forgeries amounted to
Another French aviator has me
death while making a flight in an
aeroplane. Hubert Le Blon, who
prior to his taking up aeroplaning
was a noted automobilist, was killed
while making an exhibition fligM
here today.
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Most of the men were arrested whhe
on the floor of the Consolidated Ex
change, which the government de.
clares is one of the centers of the
bucketshop business.
Assistant United States District
Attorney J. Y. Brinton asked* Com
missioner Cdaig to hold'the prison,
ers for a further hearing. Commis
sioner gave the men the choice of a
continuance or to waive a further
hearing and go direct to Washington
to stand trial. The prisoners con
sulted together and decided to have
a further hearing, an'd next Friday
was set.
George Cortelyou, chief of the
postal inspectors in this city, who
had charge of the arrests here said
this afternoon that the arrest of al
leged bucketshoppers here is "The
most important of the whole outfit."
"Consolidated Exchange in this
city," Cortelyou said, "Was the cen
ter of the system, of which the op
erators in other cities were merely
branchs Stocks were bought and
secretary of the Consolidated Ex. sold without the exchange of certi.
change Harry C. Stumpf, Phlladel- flcates or shares and all the trans
phla, a member of the Consolidated actions in other cities had to be
Exchange and-a member of the brok. cleared through the Consolidated Ex.
erage firm of Harvey & Stumpf.'change here."
.w.iC u..« u»i «ubject. Since Friday however ef. I lands, about which there is a doubt states w"b thlg In
March 31 in response to Brandeis re.!forts have been made to get some of!of legality, or to leave that to a fu. Besides securing an Jto"Plration»I
fifcth conservation into shape for pre
sentation.
made now when the evidence of the public,lands committee of the
prosecution, has- closed and ours has house has gone to pieces-on the pro
been entered upon, I see nothing else posed law to authorize the president
than an oblique attempt to contror
the manner in which the evidence I
shall present shall be introduced.
Of course, I stand deady, insofar as
possible, to comply with all orders
of the committee made after matters
to which I have referred have been
made the subject of consideration."
o^Three'days bo'th" houses "o7 con. tee'therepubVican"members adesplit .U will wodk in conjunction with the
Sess have been so occupied that lit-Ion the question of whether to vali-,state historical society and the ed
tie attention has been paid to the date all past withdrawals of public, ucationa association of adjoining
the'administration measures dealing ture determination by the courts. I ecturer such as Colonel Roosevelt,
tne aaminisirauon __»
a of I a
The members Smith of California. Morgan of Ok-1
re any number of bills pending injat all but are merely aiming at a
OF STARK COUNTY
STOLE $40,000.00
Dickinson Press: The county com..
issioners have sifted the bad coun
ty warrants carefully and find that
total which will be placed in the
column is approxi_|
rnately $40,000. This includes the
1
JftftS-.^JL^!
0
of mv HfP I warrants are held by local banks and
Isome $3,000 are held by parties who
up to this time have not come for.
ward with their bad paper. The
and $9,000 of these
As has been previously stated in graft prosecution now is busily en
the Press, the county warrant for- gaged preparing cases for trials next
geries commenced in 1903, right away week,
after Mr. White stepped over from
the office of treasurer to that of au
ditor, and the general supposition is
that he was short as treasurer and
covered the defalcation with his
a good many thousand dollars dur
ing the first years he was auditor
and then there was a period when he
did not do so much of this worn.
Last year was a record breaker, ana
it is the most of the 1909 paper that
is outstanding now.
New York, April 2.—Harbor Boat
men's Union, comprising fidemen,
cooks, oilers, deck hands and float
men of marine department of four
railroads entering New York went
on strike this afternoon, following
the ejectionof their demands for
an increase of wages from $70 to $75
la month and a day off each week.
TRIBUNE
Telephone
13 or 32
standing firm for a validation of past enrollment was considered careful
withdrawals. Chairman Mondell of ly. and it was decided that the mat.
the committee and Representatives iter of enrollment Ln the N. D. B. A.
a of Mont
willl
fna
a re op
WANT ADS
BRING RESULTS
PRICE FIVE CENT*.
RoosEvar MAY
BE BISMAitCK
EDUCATORS WILL TRY TO GET
EX-PRESIDENT TO DELIVER
AN ADDRE88.
FOR EDUCATIONAL MEETING
MEETING OF EXECUTIVE COM
MITTEE IN FARGO RESULT8
IN ARRANGEMENTS.
Local People to Have Charge of Ar
rangements at This End of the
Line Messrs. Conklin, Stockweli,
Burnett and Vigneas and Mrs. Quain
Will Look After Local Affairs.
Fargo, Apdil 2.—The executive
committee of the North Dakota Edu
cational association met in the of
fice of the county superintendent
yesterday to plan for the coming an.
nual session. Supt. F. E. Smith,
Wahpeton Superintendent McDon
ald, Towner Professor Brannon.
university: Mr. Tonberg, Driscoll
Superintendent Stockweli, Bismarck,
and Clyde R. Travis, Mayville, at
tended.
The committee iscussed several
important points concerning the
meeting. It was decided to hold the
meeting on Wednesday, Thursday
and Friay, October 19, 20 and 21. un-
.!it is planned to secure an education.
Parsons of New York and Gronna of.»! expert, the very best to be had.
North Dakota all republicans are
he
Question of securing a larger
be presente the several
tiona educationato meetings to
nosing the effort to validate past'ne,d duding this month. Members
withdrawals |or"
tni
Their objection is that thousands 'phasize the mutual advantages of the
of persons have taken up coal and .membership and trust that a large
oil lands and expended large sums [advance enrollment may be secured,
in development in the belief that the!The secretary, Mr. Travis, was fcn
government withdrawals were illeg- structed to present this matter of
al. Unless these claimants are cared |membership to the faculties of the
for they will oppose a validation of several state and private educational
Institutions.
HAVETOLDTHEIR STORY
EXPECTED THAT A NUMBER OF SENSATIONS WILL BE SPRUNG
MONDAY PREPARATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE TO DISPROVE
ANY ALIBIES THAT MAY BE PRESENTED MEN HIGHER UP
WILL BE EXPOSED DURING WEEK.
Pittsburg, April 2.—All of the pres.i evidence
of six banks as
other sensations
1 0
Charles Stewart today told the
whole truth to the grand jury, Char,
les Ferguson made a complete state
ment before the inquisitorial body,
William Brand is known to have
made a full confession and the bot
tom finally has fallen out of the al
leged fraters defense.
Grand Jurors, after returning pre
sentments today recommended in
dictments against Morris Einstein
and seven other former councilmen
on testimony received from P. B.
Kearns, spent an hour hearing more opening days of the trials
sec-e
executive committee will em_
SUPPOSED PAUPER
HAD PLENTY OF COIN
Utica, N. Y., April 2.—(Special)
(Examination of the clothing of El
len Holmes, eighty years old, found
dead last week in her room in a
boarding house in this city, has
brought to light, $3,954.87 sewed in
her skirt. The money was mostly in
bills, but partly in gold and Bmall
coins. The body had been taken in
charge by the department of char,
ities, who made arrangements for the
burial.
and preparing the bulky
by Judge Thomas
recommendation
Carnahan.
In order to disprove any alibis such
as has been used in the past telling
effect in trials of at least one graft
case it is known that graft prosecu
tion is hard at. work getting evi.
dence to "Show up" any alibi evi
dence.
Sunday will be spent by the dis
trict attorney and his associates in
consultation as to tne new develop
ments in the graft prosecution. The
proceedure of the trial of the cases
has not yet been determined but the
district attorney announced late to
day the cases, as listed for trial, will
be prosecuted along regular lines
and it is possible that three judges
will sit in criminal court during the

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