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LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, A PHIL 1. 1910.
ROOT QUESTIONED
ON RAILROAD BILL
Rayner, Clapp, Cummins and
Bailey Interrogate Him
During His Speech
FAVORS MERGER PROVISION
Traffic Agreement Section Also
Finds Favor with Him;
Opposes Rate Fixing
[Associated Pram]
WASHINGTON. March 31.—Senator
Root today consumed three hours in
continuing his speech in defense of the
administration railroad bill before the
senate. He again failed to conclude
his remarks. He defended the merger
provision of the bill as a great ad
vance over existing law, as it made
the purchase of one company's stock
by another an offense while, he argued,
such acquisition was not now illegal
except as part of a conspiracy.
He also supported the traffic agree
ment section but expressed a willing
ness to require such agreement to be
dependent on the approval of the in
terstate commerce commission.
Mr. Root emphasized the provision
premlttlng traffic agreements as of
special importance. He declared the
preajeflt prohibitive act provoked its
own violation.
In reply to an inquiry from Mr.
Rayner, Mr. i;<«>t said he would favor
an amendment requiring that agree
ments among railroads should have
the approval Of the interstate com
mcr. c commission before Kolnij into
effect. The concession was considered
by the opponents of the bill as very
important.
Senator Clapp said be would insist
the bill be so worded as to make
agreements unlawful unless approved
by the commission.
orfoaa■ rats mon coai n
Mr. Root said he never would con
sent to give to the commission the
right to suspend a rate fixed by a
railroad without investigation. He
would not consent that any official
should fix the railroad rates, but was
willing the government should super
vise rates. To do more would he to
change from the American to the
Kuropean system, he said, with gov
ernment ownership Inevitably follow-
Mr. Cummins asked whether there
was any difference in principle in giv
ing the commission the power to sus
pend rates for sixty days for Investi
gation and giving it power to make
an Indefinite suspension.
"The power to render indefinite sus
pensions is the power i'l render final
Judgment," responded Mr. Root,
"whereas the power of temporary sus
pension is like the granting of a tem
porary injunction. The power to sus
pend Indefinitely Involves the risht to
suspend without any Investigation.
Mr Bacon took issue with Mr. Root ■
assertion that the ttxing of rates by
the government nOU UI lead to govern
ment ownership. He said for thirty
years the railroad commission of Geor
gia had hod such power.
Mr Root replied there would be
found a vast difference between state
and government control.
Mr fUdrlch asked Mr. Root if ho
was in favor of giving the interstate
commerce commission the power to fix
rates on all railroads of Georgia Mr.
Root said be would not favor the turn
ing over of all roads to the commis-
Mr. Bailey failed to agree entirely
with Mr. Root as to the tenor of the
decision in the Northern Securities
case What he wanted, be said, was
a law that dealt with results and not
with motives. He agreed with Mr.
Tlo-t thai the merger provision pro
hibits the purchase of less than uO per
cent of the stock of one company by
'mother but he found inconsistency In
the fact that it authorized the pur
chase of more stock when DO per cent
of It has been acquired.
Mr. Root had not concluded when
the senate adjourned.
TILLMAN SAYS DEMOCRATS
MADE ERROR WITH CANNON
\TbAXTA, Ga , March 31.—As evi
dence that Benator TUiman is regain
ing hla faculties, he discussed polities
for an hour yesterday at the local san
itarium, where be has been a patient
since coming here from Washington.
His theme was the recent "eruption,
as he termed it, in the house.
■The Democrats played their game
poorly." said the senator, "when they
called for that vote to declare the
! speaker's chair vacant. Cannon had
been shorn of practically all power
when they took from him the privilege
!of naming the committee on rules,
| and if the Democrats had let matters
stand he would have bern politically
The result of the call for the
Vllt , to deelar* the ohair vacant re
! stored in a measure his prestige."
Senator Tillman believes Cannon will
retire from the Bpeakership "at the
lirst favorable opportunity." He be
lleves, aiso, that the speaker will have
no trouble iii securing re-election to
congress if he asks for another term.
Senator and Mrs. Tillman daily take
a long walk.
SUPREME COURT TO WORK
DAY OF BREWER FUNERAL
WASHINGTON, March 81.—Because
of the pressure of public business, the
.supreme court will remain in session
throughout Monday without taking an
adjournment, as bad been intended out
of respect to the memory of the late
V&aoclate Justice Brewer. The derision
reached after consultation with
.Mrs. Brewer, who agreed that her hus
band would have wished such a course
to be pursued.
MAY ADJOURN MAY 15
WASHINGTON, Manh 31.—Congress
maj be able to adjourn May IS, said
Senator Aid rich on leaving the White
House today. Several influential mem
bers of congress believed opposition to
certain features Of the administiation
bills may cause the session, to last
much longer.
ENDS LIFE WHEN FORMER
WIFE IS HAPPILY WEDDED
OAKLAND, March 31.—Jealous of
his former wife and her evident hap-'
piness with her second husband, J.
Platz, J. H. Granger, a traveling sales
man, committed suicide at the woman's
home, 3249 Kncinal avenue, yesterday
afternoon by inhaling gas. Granzer
has been boarding at the Platz home
for several weeks In order to be near
his son. His body was found by his
former wile, ■;[' I
FIND BONES IN A BOAT;
INDIAN CRIME INDICATED
TUCSON. Ariz., March 81—PapagO
hunters returning from the coast coun
try of Lower California report the dis
covery of the trunWess skeleton of a
'man in a small boat which had been
beached on the sand of the Gulf of
California. There were no clothes or
other means of identifying the bones,
but they are supposed to be those ol
a prospector or a scientist exploring:
the KUlf coast country. The theory
is that the man came to his deatb at
the hands of the tierce Bert Indians.
reputed to be cannibals, who live on
Tlburon island.
The same party on its return tnp
discovered inland the body Of another
unknown man, half eaten by wIW ani
mals. Evidently the man bad lain
down and died on the road. OS a Mack
coat and dark shirt, banging In a tree
near by furnished the only clew to his
identity.
ENGINEER'S BODY FOUND
HANGING ON RAIL FENCE
Investigation Discloses Fact
Bakersfield Society Man
Fired Fatal Shot
BAKERBPIEUD, March 81 Hang-
Ing on ■ tail fence, the body ol John
W. Rhoads, a hoisting engineer, was
found this morning with a bullet
wound In his .best, later Investiga
tion disclosing the fact that be nan
been shot early last night by John
Cross a prominent society and club
man ,vf Bast Bakcrstiehi. RbO&ds llvei
for some time With the Crosses and lie
came infatuated With the woman.
Last night Cross returned home from
Tehachapl, where he expected to stay
for three days. He got back in time to
■ac his wife enter ■ theater with their
children, with Rhoads Just behind. She
came out a lour and Cross followed.
h'uling behind > tree in the yard when
Phe entered the house. Almost imme
diately Rhoads appeared and vaulted
the feme Cross warned him to Stop,
then fired live shots. The man Bed.
says be did not know Rhoads
wai wounded until be was found a few
rods from the house this morning.
PINCHOT IN COPENHAGEN;
ADMITS HE WILL SEE T.R.
Keeps Silence When Asked if He
Was Called to Europe
COPENHAGEN, March 31.— Gifford
Pinchot. former chief forester of the
United States, arrived tonight. He is
a guest at the Hrljish legation, where
he is visiting his sister. Lady John
son, wife of Sir Alan Johnstone, the
British minister to Denmark.
Mr. Pinchot, when seen soon after
his arrival, refused to discuss politics,
but informed the correspondent he In
tended to study Danish agriculture and
probably the co-operation system a»d
the Danish forest administration. He
added he cxi ts to meet Colonel
Roosevelt either in Copenhagen or
London, but he was silent when asked
whether he had been summoned to a
conference with the ex-president or
was soking a meeting with Colonel
Roosevelt on his own initiative.
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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
GETS ALL HUNT TROPHIES
WASHINGTON, March H.—CA
Roosevelt's hunt trophies are intended
alone for the Smithsonian Institution
and will not be distributed among
museums of the country. Officials of
the Institution have just made such
a statement to correct an impression
prevailing throughout the country that
the specimens sent home by the former
president would be for general distri
bution.
IMPORTERS TO PROTEST
MAXIMUM TARIFF RATES
SAX FRANCISCO, March 31.—The
announcement that Collector of the
Port Stratton will assess the maximum
tariff on all goods imported from China
on and after April 1, and collect the
highest duty on all merchandise in
bonded warehouses on which the tax
has not been paid, stirred commercial
circles yesterday, and Importers, it Is
said, are preparing to enter protests,
Oriental merchandise valued at al
most $2,000,000 is stored in bonded wan
houses here, and the steamship Siberia
is due Friday morning, immediately
after the maximum tariff Roes into
effect.
It may mean, it is estimated, an in
ed duty of {500,000 on the cargo.
FRATERNITIES SURRENDER
AT FRESNO HIGH SCHOOL
FRESNO, .March 31.—The question as
to whether fraternal societies shall
exist in the look) liin'i school was delin
iteiy settled todaj when the pupils of
the school holding membership in the
societies banded in to Principal Olney
Bigned statements that no more new
members will be taken into the or
ganizations ami that the law prohibit
ing "frats" will be observed in every
particular.
The action taken by the students
today ends a fight that has been waged
with more or less determination in the
local school ever .since the. anti-school
fraternity law was passed by the leg
islature.
HELPING CATCH JEFF DAVIS
GAINS RELEASE FROM JAIL
SEATTLE March 31.—Because his
discharge from the army shows that
he was one of the two men who cap
tured Jefferson Davis near Savannah,
Ga., forty-five years ago, John Wolf,
aged 70 years, was released from the
city jail last night on suspended sent
ence. Wolf was convicted of "boot
legging." His discharge shows that he
served In Company H, Seventh Penn
sylvania cavalry, during the war.
AMUSEMENTS
BLANCHARD HALL
Science or Christian Science
"ftW*T- T- WE niOTIRE THE 'I'll VSIc'I A N Ktit) KKTAIN TIIK MKTAI'HYSIOI AN V
By Edward Adams Cantrell, ,
rU.ANiIIAItn HALL, FRIDAY EVEN i.\i.i, APRIL I. ADMISSION FREE.
OLYMPIC THEATER Home of Hits and Noveltiei
Alphln ami Farso present TIIK MIMtKY MIDWAY, » laughing hit.
Ten big singing and dancing novelties. 10c, 200 and 25c.
CAPITOLA DELEGATES
PICNIC AT BIG TREES
Few Members of Y. W. C. A. Take
Part in Conference Meeting
at Santa Cruz
SANTA QRUZ. March 31.—Two hun
dred of the delegates to the Capltola
conference of the State Y. W. C. A.
passed the day with an excursion to
the big trees grove, only a few of those
In. attendance remaining at the hotel
to give' their attention to conference
work. Miss Ella Steevcra of LOS An
geles was in charge of the party.
One of the most Important meeting:*
of the day was conducted by Miss
Emma May, national secretary of city
work, who spoke on the progress' of
the association In its labors among
the factories where girls are employed,
and who gave instructions concerning
the preparation necessary for those in
tending* to take up the work as a pro
fession after graduating from college.
Miss Ruth PHXson. national secretary
in Charge of the students' volunteer
work, addressed one of the classes and
declared that many young women now
in college are directing their studies
along lines that will enable them to
engage in the association endeavors.
Rev. W. B. Boyle of Luke Forest, 111.,
addressed the delegates tonight on
"The Inspired Master."
Instead of the usual banquet on the
last session night, a picnic will be
hold on the beach next Saturday
evening.
ENRAGED SUITOR'S VICTIM
MAY RECOVER FROM WOUND
BTOCKTON, M.mli M.—MM. l"""i
O'Brien, whose throat was cut last
night about mldnißht by Roy X Bd
wards, a former policeman, following
which lie ended his lif' 1 by cutting his
own throat, may recover, though her
condition is Berloua, Kduards. Who
was > carpenter, hinted to his employer
■lay that he Intended to commit
■uldde.
The woman, who had been olvorcea
from B blacksmith, refuaed to marry
Edwardi, bringing on the tragedy In b
rooming bOUB* The woman battled
for life and hit Edwards with a (hair
before he overpowered and attempted
t.i kill her. She has three .small chil
dren, and Bdwardi leave* a mother
and m veral sisters.
PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY
GETS CALIFORNIA EDUCATOR
PHILADKLf HIA, March 31.—Im
portant addition* to the faculty of the
medical department of the l'nlver.«lty
<>r Pennsylvania have been nnnminrrd.
Dr. Howard T. Rioketta, assistant pro
r at the University of ChicajfO,
who martr important dlicoverlei re
carding Rocky mountain spott'-d fever
in Montana, hns been chosen to fill tin
chair of pathology. Dr. Alonzo E. T.iy
lor of the University of California will
occupy the new chair of physiological
chemistry, and Dr. R. M. Pe&ree of
New York will) occupy the chnir of
research medicine.
DEAD IN GERMAN WRECK
NUMBER 22; 200 INJURED
MULHEIM-AM-RHEIN, Germany,
March 31.—1t appears today that more
than 200 persons received moi r leal
serious injury when the steamer Kx
presi ran down and wnikrd a military
train hound for Strasburp. There was
one death during the nisht, making
the total dead twenty-two, and six
others were said to be dying. The
victim were soldiers.
Two signalmen have been arrested
and are charged with having given
both trains the right of way at the
same time.
INDIAN RESERVATION IS
PURCHASED NEAR FRESNO
ii.i:sxo, March 81.—The t'nitPd
Btatea government has just bought 240
acres In Big Sandy, In the mountains
of this county, as ■ reservation for
the Bis Sandy Digger Indians. This
is the se> ond Indian reservation that
the government has established in this
county.
CATTLE QUARANTINED
SACRAMENTO, March ;u. Because
of a proclamation Issued by Governor
• iiiiitt through siati Veterinarian
Ki'hiic, several counties in Southern
California and the San Joaquln valley
have been quarantined to prevent the
spread of Texas fever among cattle.
The following counties are affected by
ih quarantine: San Diego, Orange,
Banta Barbara and portions of B <<<
l.vis Oblspo, Fresno, Kings, Tulare
and San Bernardino.
GILLETT PARDONS TWO
SACRAMENTO, March 31.—Governor
Gillett today pardoned two men eon
flned In the Oakland city ja.il. Wil
liam Nash, serving a six months' ten
tor vagrancy, was freed because
he is paralysed. Barnes! Cicero, aged
19, and serving a twenty days' sen
tence for battery, wan pardoned be
cause his mother and sister are de
pendent upon him for support.
GET GREAT FISH PRESERVE
SAX FRANCISCO, March 31.—Cali
fornlana are to have the largi st pri
vate llshins pMMrvea tn the UniU'd
States. It is to be located on the
Truckee river and Include both banks
<>l the stream for a distance of four
teen miles. This will make it extend
from tin- lOUrce of the stream at Lake
Tahoe, down to the west end of the
tow v of Truckee.
MAY CONFIRM DEVLIN
WASHINGTON, March 31.—Reports
today from the executive MMtOltf of
the senate committee <>n judiciary,
Which i* hearing the protests against
Robert T. Devlin, united Statei at
torney for the northern distrtot of Cal
ifornia, indicated that the committee
might reverse its former action and
recommend thai Devlin be confirmed.
_j__™jww£f|y|ENTS
•_ ■ ■
"D ELASCO THEATER v ' Belasoo-ninckwooil Co., I'roprs. and Mgrs.
aLA&^U inj^AXJIK JIATINKKS Tomorrow. Sunday, Thursday..
i*^ ___
Second Week of This Great Success Starts Monday ;
I
•LEWIS S. STONE and the Ifclasco theater tompany continue to crowd the
BetUOO theater at every performance of George Broadlmrst'a new and sen
sationally successful romantic play,
I THE GARDEN
= OF LIES =■
■ There can be no question as to the success of lii.> newest or all Brondhurst
piny». Each night hundreds of people are turned away from the lielasco,
while a house packed to the doors with an ecstatically enthusiastic auill
enco applauds the great work of Mr. stone and the others of the Belaaoo
company. , .
'Seats for the Second Week of This Big Hit 1
'Seats for the Second Week of This Big Hit |
The advance sals of seats for the necond week of "THE GARDEN OP LIES" I. of such
site as to aiiure another week of lammed to the houeei, and once more win tiui
tardy ticket buyers be dlauppolntod. Nothing but a truly great success; such as Tllifl
GARDEN OF I.IKS" can attract crowdod audiences nlKlit after night, to the Bolasco
or any other theater.
Regular Belasco price™ for this fnmous triumph. Nllihls 25c to 780. MATINfcES TO
MORROW, SUNDAY and THURSDAY, -"•■■ to 00c.
LOS ANGELES THEATER 'ShoTv 8 Ewoiit^
, Miller & Mack. - " I JO,. M....V I Harry & Alice Taylor,
(ierard. COMEDY Hitkman Bros. & Co.
* The Laugh-O-Scope. I'ollt I De Kaye Sisters.
POPULAR PRICED— IOO, JOe AND 30c.
G n „._ ft __ o . MOTTCT? M.\Tl.\r.r>l TOMORIMJW, Sunday. Tuesday.
RAND OPERA HOUSE rhonro Mala 1»67; Home A 1067.
" ONLY 3 MORE TIMES OF THIS MUSICAL TRIUMPH
FERRIS HAHTMAN and his bl B singing co.hpany present a magnificent production In
English of Btset'i operatic triumph.
I I CARMEN II ' .;
»it Week—"THE I.OVK TALKS Of 111)11 MAN." SKAT* NOW ON SAI.lv
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER •" ABAii B
TONIGHT—MATINEE TQMOniSOW— TOMOKItOW WOW
MERELY MARY ANN
TRICES Itc. Ite, lie MATINEES =50. EXCEPT 1-IKST » ROWS.SOc b OALLEIIT 10c.
Next Week—Klein's Virile American play, "lII*. I.ION AM) rill., Ml I
HAM3URGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER n ""r An™ts:
' Majestic Theater * Realty Co.. i.e-.-e. OUre* Moroiro. Manager.
ALL NEXT WKV.K— MATINEK WEDNESDAY— MATINKE SATtmDAY.
TIIK MIMI Al. TIIKAT OP TIIK NKAMIV
HENRY iv THE PRINCE OF
. WOODRUFF TONIGHT (
PRICE! 860, 100, Ho, *1. 11.80. MATINEES .■:..■. 50c, 7Bc, 11.
ra£-::?:S£-i Vaudeville igss-gd:
Clara Belle Jerome & Co. Walter C. Kelly
%'i,,^^,o«- ( Matinee 1 "Th" Vlr *:"'» J"d""
Winona Winter MaHn . P Mr- Fred L«ndsay
••Th. utu. .-heer-np OK..- matinee „.,.. ww. fa«.rt
Felix, Barry & Co. . Today Bows«- Hinkle & Co
"The Boy Next Door." '___ *■ "*%"*}*?*<
Reynold & Donegan *— Reed Brothers
r. ... „„ _„,,,. Acrobatics and comedy.
Expert, on Roller bkates.■ , r ,.„ MOT I O N NCTUKEB
MATINFK-i KVHRV DAY. 11X-. -liv. 50e. EVKKY Xir.HT IQf. tse. 6<X,, We,
MASON OPERA HOUSE i m I»*a X££2l
Tonight and all week—Matinee ■•irl.iy only—Charles Frohman present.
Otis Skinner rrr"
\()l X HtIMBLB SERVANT
By Booth Tarklngton and Harry Leon Wll.on. author, of "The Man rrom Home, and
a dozen famous successes.
Frlces— :.".; to 11.00. Seat sale now on.
HH--K APRIL 4—M*TI>KKS WEDNESDAY AND SATTRIJAY.
HFTIr" KMiVtKHKNT OK HENRY W. SAVAGE'S „»_,-„,
NEW YORK PRODUCTION OF THE OPERATIC SENSATION OP ALL NATIONS
Mus.e by FRANZ THE MERRY WIDOW oPmOBCHWIU.
MU..C by FRANZ I.EHA.t "MAI.XM M THH. IV" ORAWD OM-U ORCHESTRA.
S LABEL Wn» «-<>-^V-';r' l /iHe'i iiV^^l^^^ O^tfE^
COMING—"THE THIEF." . ____—^——^^
THE AUDITORIUM beaut?kul. *" *' ""iiiaw
: REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK
MATINEE SITIKI)AY_.Sam 8. and Lee Shubert (Inc.) present the distinguished
emotional actress. snppnrt^d by Whit. The Tr«M-
Florence Roberts ™r&£<»~».T. formation
TEMPLE AUDITORIUM • "THEATER UE. HEHYMER,
EMPLE AUDIIUKiUiVI heaUTIFUL." Manager.
DON'T MISS THE LAST CONCERT
This Afternoon, April 1, 3 o'Clock Sharp
LOS ANGELES SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
lIARLEY HAMILTON. Director. 1.. E. BBHTMBR, Manager.
SPECIAL WAGNER PROGRAM
SEAT BALE at BARTLETTB— ■: :,,-. BOc. -:.t- and tl. Bom *"■
NTTT'T CITM THI'ATFR Gr»iu» Aye., Near Seventh, »1 ,'.' t
liiiLoiiilN IHfiAlaK C. A. INTAHI). Manager. , - »//
SATI«I»AY NIGHT, APRIL 1. AND All. NEXT WEEK XW^Km/
HORTENSE NIELSEN **3§P^
In a massive scenic f\ A"Q TV/TPTTSI Wlth MACE <-">K>XKA»
production of /A. S\. IVA JJ/X^l as Don Jon. x
BARGAIN MATINEES TUESDAY AND THURSDAY—ALL SEATS 15 CENTS. Pound
box of "Plnton" or "Swetland" best chocolates Riven to each lady on the opening
n'ght SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES 10c. 250, 50c. EVENINGS AT 1:1*.
PRICES lac, 25c. BOc, 75c. Seats by phone, mall, at hotels or box office.
WEEK OF APRIL 11—Maeterlinck masterpiece. "MOMMA VAXNA."
LEVY'S Third and Main. Tables Reserved.
TODAY-*-!, 8:S0 AM) 10:30—TODAY
NUAI'OLITANA SAXAI'IIONK QUARTKT; TOM Him I. r 11.
Coster songs In costumo; M1.1.i:. II.ON BKBOBJU, the Hun--
CafC garlan nightingale: ROGEIIB, stkwaut and ELWOOD,
— , , "Three Kings of Harmony"; SISIKH.x ItAl'l'O. Russian and
V/lia.ntant Cossack dances; KAM.MKKMKYKU'S OHCirKSTII.*.
Afternoon Tea 3 to 5:30. After dinner. 8:30 to 10. After theater, 10:30 to ri:3o.
BASEBALL TODAY— Maroh CHUTES PARK. :»o.
AbH.tiAi-.1-/ iUKfll March 80, SI. April S. 8—2:»0.
~~ Los Angeles vs. Vernon Ai.niY-^AVri'il^ioiso.
All (lames at 3:30. Sunday Morning tit Vermin, 10:30.
Polo Polo Polo
PASADENA
TOURNAMENT PARK
Saturday, April 2d, 3 P. M.
. First opportunity to witness best matched Polo teams
in the United States in contest for .handsome prizes.
Hermosillo, Tro San
c^Wexico vs - Diego
Take Pasadena Short Line and Oak Knoll cars from
Sixth and Main streets.
PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY

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