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Commission Closes Sessions Sessions toCo to toConsider
Consider Co sider Evidence in Secret SecretDARROW
Philadelphia Pa Feb 13 13The The an anthracite anthracite allthracite ¬
thracite coal strike commissiOn after afterbeing afterhelng alter1I
being 1I In continuous session formore formorethan for more morctl1 moretMn
tl1 than n three months closed its open openhearings op n nhearIngs
hearings today with an allday argu argument argu1ri ¬
ment 1ri nt by Clarence S Darrow in behalf behalfof behalfor heballof
of the miners The commission will willmeet wUlmeet willmcet
meet In secret s cret in Washington next nextThursday nextThursday
Thursday and begin the consideration considerationof
of the award It is known that by the theend theend theend
end off orthIs or this his month the arbitrators Will Willbe WiUb
be b ready to make their announcement announcementIf
If an increase in wages is determined determinedupon determinedupon
upon the increase is to date from the the1st the1st the1st
1st of November the commission hav having having ¬
ing decided upon that date Oct 31 31During 31During 31During
During the session toddy tod y the commis commission commlssfon ¬
sion sl n held a short conference conf ence with the thelawyers thelawyers
lawyers 11 wyers on the several sides and asked askedthem askedthem askedthem
them to hold themselves in readiness readinessIn
In case they are called upon by the thecommission th thcommissIon th9
commission commissionThe
The crowd that heard Mr Darrow Darrowspeak Darrowspeak Darrowspeak
speak today was fully as great as that thatwhich thatwhlch thatshich
which listened to Mr Baer and Mr MrDarrow MrDarrow
Darrow yesterday He took up the theentire theonUre
entire time of both sessions five and andonehalf andonehalf
onehalf hours He touched upon al almost 111most ¬
most every phase of the strike and andwhen andhen
when hen he closed he was greeted with withJong withlong
long applause which Chairman Gray Graydid Graydid
did not suppress President Mitchell Mitchellwas Mitchellwas Mitchellwas
was in court all day but dldnot have haveanything haveanything
anything to say to the commission in inparting inpartIng
Blind Autocratic Stupid StupidMr tupidMr
Mr Darrow first discussed the cause causeof caJlsof cap capof
of the strike The responsibility for forthe f9rthe Icrthe
the coal famine he said rested with withthose withthose withthose
those who were responsible for the thestrike thestrIke thestrike
strike If the men strqck without just justreason just1ea50n justreason
reason then they were responsible but butif butfC butIf
if the men were right and the operators operatorsnot operatornot
not broadminded enough to see the thejustness thejustness thejustness
justness of their claims then the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter were responsible for the trouble He Hebelieved Hebelieved
believed the strike was due to the theblind thebllnd th thblind Hct t
blind autocratic stupid spirit of the theoperators theoperators theoperators
operators operatorsNo
No human being could have done donemore donemore
more than the organization of the theminers themIners i
miners he said to prevent the civil civilstrife civilstrife civistrife thEI I
strife that was thrust upon the people peopleof i iof
of the country countI They spurned all our ourrequests ourrequests
requests with contempt They forced forcedthe forc forcedthe ourI d dthe I
the strike that they might demonstrate demonstrateto
to the men rtnd i nd to the generations to tocome tocome tc
come that the owners of capital are the themasters then1asters theI I
masters of the workmen They tried triedtp triedto triedI I
to crush the union which was the first firstray first1n3 firstC I
ray of hope and inspiration that has hasentered hasentered ha hacntered C
entered their dark lives livesExplains 11esExplains livesThEpiains
Explains Violent Acts ActsIr Acts1lr
1lr Ir Darrow then launched into intoa a de defense defense defense ¬
fense for the men who committed committedcrime committedcrime I Icrime
crime under passion and said the con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct of the men was due to their con condition condition condition ¬
dition and environments He said the thefact thefact th
fact the operators called the men mencriminals mencriminals mercriminals 1
criminals cutthroats and assassins assassinswas assassinswas assassinswas
was enough to exasperate them themA themA
A great strike can never exist but buthere buthere bu buhere I
here and there violence Is done he hesaid lu lusaid I Isaid
said and so it was in the coal fields fieldswhere fieldswhere fieldsthere
where 150000 people are living very veryclose ver vcryclos I IclosE
close to life He said it was a won wonder wonder wonder ¬
der after the operators had insolently insolentlyand Insolentlyand insolentilknd
and cruelly rejected the rpquests r quests of the themen themen thimen
men that there was no more violence violenceamong vIolenceamons
among the population reduced to tocOndition a acdndition acdndltlon I
cOndition bordering b on starvation starvationHe starvatlonHe
He paid a tribute to the foreigners in inthe inthe Ii IiE 1
the coal regions who he said sardo were werewarmhearted wcrearmhearted wonwarmhearted E
warmhearted emotional sympathetic sympatheticreligious sympatheticreligious sympatheticr
religious people It comes with poor poorgrace poorgIfiee poo poogide r
grace he said for the operators to tosay tosay t tsay
say that the Poles and the Slavs whose whoselabor whoselabor
labor the presidents have taken for foryears forycar8 fo I
years could not speak English and andtherefore andtherefore am amtherefore I
therefore are not a responsible party partywith partywith V Vwith
with whom they could make a con contract contr contract ¬
tract tr ct He spoke of the strict adher adherence adherence adheronce ¬
ence of the operators to the dead let lettar letter letI
ter of the law and the moral law of ofhumanity orhumanity 0 I
humanity and remarked that if our ourcaptains ourcaptains ou oucaptains 0r r
captains of industry would respect respectthair respecttheir
their fellowman the bitter war just justended justended jusI t
ended would not have occurred and andthose andthose am amthose I
those who lost their lives in thaI strug struggle truggle ¬ I Igle
gle would be alive today todayConflicts todaYConflicts todayConftict
Conflicts Will Recur KecurConflicts RecurC
Conflicts C ntUcts between capital and labor laborwillcontinue laborm 1abowilIcontinue r
willcontinue m continue he said until these cap captains captains captains ¬
tains of Indpstry respect their fellow fellowmen feUowmen
men It Is idle futile and useless to totalk 0 0talk
talk talkot of curing It In any other way he hesaid hesald hi hisaid I
said saidMr
Mr Darrow then pictured the evic eviction eviction ¬
tion of a sick wife and of a blind blindwoman blindwoman bliniwoman I
woman 100 years old oldYou oldYou oldYou
You may roll together all the cruel cruelty cruelty cruelty ¬
ty and violence committed in the an anthracite anthracite anthracite ¬
thracite region he exclaimed and andyou androu am I IrOU
you rOU cannot equal the fiendish cruelty crueltyof cruelt r
of John Markle when he turned thes thesehelpless theshelpless theshelpless S
helpless people Into the street simply simplyto simpito simplto
to satisfy his ltisbe1ish bjelllsh hate hateBrigadier hat hatBrigadier hateBrigadier
Brigadier General Gobin who com commanded commanded ¬
manded one brigade of the state troops troopsin troo > s sIn
in the field during the strike came in infor 1nfor Ii rt
for or severe criticism from the miners minerscounsel mIncrcounse1 minercounsel t
counsel counselHe counse1He counselHe
He told of the distinction between betweenthe betweenthCt ri rithe
the boycott bo cott that Is criminal and the thebeycott thelJ8 th e eboycott
boycott lJ8 cott that Is within the law He then thenspoke thensJoke a aspoke
spoke of the nonunion men whom he hetermed hetermed h a
termed scabs although he remarke remarkeathat remarkethat < 1 1that
that he did not like the word but ut used usedit usedIt use useIt
it as It itws was w commonly used usedScabs useQS useeScabs
Scabs S abs Are Traitors TraitorsThese TraitorsThese
These men he said have always been beenhiutd beented beethatid a
hiutd ted Sometimes s they are good men menoften menQften menoften
often they the act from necessity but they theyar theyar the
ar are traitors to their class They are aremen aremen ar armen 0
men he continued who are used by b ir
the t he capitalists Pltau ts t to destroy the rights rightsand rig rigand rigznd
I and a nd aspirations and the hopes of tie tneworkmen tieorkmen e eworkmen
workmen workmenAs w orkmenAs
wm As a class he said saldthS this body Or Ormen ort oren
men m en aj a jthey they have hnv shown It Ip in this thiscase thiscase thisase
t I case c ct ase nave always been ready to take takethe takethe takehe
cl cfi the t he benefits that flow from organized organizedlabor organizedlabor organizedabor
labor l and never nev r have been b enwlIltng IlUng to tofight tofight toght
fight fi fib ght to obtain It They have never neverbeen neverbeen nevereen
been b een ready to face starvation and hun hunger hunger buner ¬
ger g er Ae a rule rul the scab is man Who Whohas viioas ho hohas
has h as no abiding place on the face of tile Uieearth tileearth thearth
earth e He is a wandering tramp ready readyto reMYto
ep to t o be used by anybody who will pay the theprice theprice therice
price p rice to use him and when the thestrlltl thestrlltlIs strike strikeis strikes
is i s over the operators o > erators let him walk walkhome waJkhome wzikome
home h ome again or let the th union send him himHe hi hiHe himHe
He ht ha Is the pliant tool of the men who wh in inthis Inthis inhis
this t great strugglewisely struggle wisely orunwisely orunwiselyare or ullydseiy ullydseiyre
are a re against ag lnst the laboring nianAnd man And Itcannot Itannotbe It Itcannot
cannot c annotbe be but ut that he hewl1I will be despised despisedmistrusted d dsp1zedmistrusted plse plsemistrusted
mistrusted hated and reviled by all allmen allmen alLmen
men who > love liberty Ub rty and who love lovetheid loetheld loveheld
held t fellowmen and who have the thepoint thepoint theoint
point p oint of view Iew of the laboring men menChairman menChairmaIl menChairman
Chairman cray my Closes ClosesIn
In closing Mr Darrow said saidThis saidThis
This contest is one of the most im important important ¬
portant p contests that Have marked the theprogress theprogress
progress p of human liberty since the theworld theworld theworid
world began beganone one force pointing one oneway oneway
way one onef force rce the th other Ev Every ry ad advantage advantage
vantage that the human race has won wonhas wonhas
has h as been at fearful cost Every con contest conest
test t est has been won b by struggle Some Somemen Somemen
men must die that others may live It Ithas Ithas Itas
has h as come to these poor miners to bear bearthis bearthIs bearhis
this t cross not for themselves but that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he human race may m be lifted lip t to a ahigher a ahigher
higher and broader plane than thanit it has hasever hasever
ever e ver known before beforeAfter beforeAfter beforeAfter
After the long applause which whi h was wasaccorded wasaccorded wasccorded
accorded a Mr Darrow had subsided subsidedChairman subsidedChaIrman subsidedChairman
Chairman Gray on behalfof behalf of f the com commission commlssioo cornmission ¬
mission said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It is due to counsel and to those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who represented both sides that I Ishould Ishould I Ihould
should s say that we leave you or rather ratheryou ratherou
you ou leave us with a feeling on on our ourpart ourpart ourpart
part of regret that the long assocla association assoclation assoclaion ¬
tion t which has been so pleasant to us usis usIs
is I s about to be broken It speaks well wellfor wellfor wellor mL L
for f or counsel on both sides that no un unpleasant unpleasant unleasant ¬
pleasant p episode has occurred oecurrednothlng oecurrednothlngthat nothing nothingthat
that t should mar the situation in which whichreasonable whichreasonable whicheasonable
reasonable r men and citizens of a great greatcountry greatcountry greatountry
country c find themselves in mutually mutuallyendeavoring mutuallyendeavoring mutuallyendeavoring
endeavoring to arrive at just conces concessions concessions concesions ¬
sions s and a just verdict in a great con controversy controversy conroversy ¬
troversy t roversy The work is now ours and I Iknow Iknow I Iknow
know that we have your best wishes wishesthat wishesthat wisheshat
that t we may have a safe and a right righteous righteous righteous ¬
eous deliverance deliveranceNEW deliveranceNEW
cs g gNEW
New York Feb 13 13There There vas a a bat battle battle ¬
tle between two men with pistols inthe in inthe ii iithe 1
the Broadway theatre district last lastnight lastnight las t tnight
night The affair affalrtook took place infront of ofthe ofthe o othe
the Sturtevant house Nine shots were werefired werefired
fired and one of the principals and andbystander a abystander abystander L
bystander were wounded Neither Neitherwound Neitherwound Neithetwound
wound is serious seriousThe serIousThe seriousThe
The battle which caused intense ex excitement excitement ¬
citement along Broadway was started startedby startedby startecby I
by Philip Black a a Harlem poolroom poolroomproprietor poolroomproprietor poolroonproprietor
proprietor who opened fire on Julius JuliusPormel JullusFormel
Formel a retired saloonkeeper as the thelatter thelatter th S
latter walked out of the Sturtevant Sturtevanthouse Sturtevanthouse Sturtevanhouse t
house There had been trouble between betweenthe betweenthe betweerthe
the men and apparently Black was waslooking waslooking watlooking
looking for a a victim Formel stood his hisground hisground hitground
ground drawing a pistol and returning returningthe S Sthe
the fire During the exchange of shots shotsa
a couple of spectators were seen to todrop todrop ti tidrop
drop but it was found later that only onlyone onbone
one of them had been hit Then Thencentral a acentral a acentral I
central office detective took a hand In Inthe Inthe ii 1
the encounter and and with the aid of other otherofficers otherofficers otheofficers r 1r
officers dragged the combatants to the thepolice thepolice S
police station Black was shot In the theleft theleft th I SI
left arm and his Injuries were dressed dressedby dressedby I
by a hospital doctor The spectator spectatorwho spectatorwho r
who was hit was Wright Kershaw Kershawpostal a apostal apostal t
postal clerk He was shot in the foot footBoth footBoth
Both Formel and Black were held for forfurther forfurther fo fofurther r
further examination examinationAPPOINTS examinationS examinationAPPOINTS
Judge Ju ge W C Hall 1Ia1lDisposedof Disposed of Many ManyProbate MaIlYProbate Ifazi r rProbate
Probate Matters Yesterday
In the probate mabatedivlsion division of the district districtcourt districtcourt dtstriccourt
court Judge W C Hall yesterday ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed administrators aS a follows followsHannah foUowsHannah followsHannah
Hannah M 1 Christian appointed admin ¬
istratrix of the estate of Hannibal L LChristian LChrIstian L LChristian
Christian deceased bond 1100 51100James 1100James 1100James
James T Lynch for estate of James A A
Williamson Wl1Il mson deceased bond 5100 5100Benjamin 100 100Benjamin 100Benjamin
Benjamin B Mann for estate of Harvey Harve r I
N McOrew deceased bond tl5O tl5OEva 230 250Eva 230Eva
Eva Olander for estate of Alex P POlander POlander FOlander
Olander deceased bond 100 100S 100S 100S
S J Stauffer for estate of Christian I
Stauffer deceased bond 250 250Judge 250JUdge 250Judge
Judge Hall ordered a distribution of the til C
following estates in accordance with the theprayer thfprayer th thprayer C CC
prayer set forth in the petitions petitionsJohn petitionsJohn petitionsJohn
John H Miller deceased Charles Mc McLaren McLaren Ic ¬ I
Laren deceased d ceased Delia M Leifer de deceased deceased deceased ¬
ceased Lina M OI Knudsen deceased Wil Wil11am ¬
liam G M Steward deceased Edgar F FBonnemort F FBonnernort
Bonnemort deceased deceasedIn
In the matter of the estate and guard guardianship guardIanship guardlanship ¬
ianship of Francis H Brown minor minorFrances zninorFrances minorFrances
Frances M Brown was named as admin ¬
istratrix and guardian guardianJohn guardianJohn guardianJohn
John W V Robinson has asked that ne n e
be appointed administrator of the estat estateof estatof C Cof
of Mary lIar E Robinson deceased She died die ii
in In6alt Salt Lake on May 18 1S99 leaving leavin leavinproperty
property valued at 1900 Z1t0ONandamus 1900Mandamus 1900Mandamus
Mandamus Proceedings Begun Begunignes Begunandamus
Mandamus proceedings were begun be i
fore Judge Tud Stewart bJ by Agnes ignes J J 1 TWigs to tocompel tocompel t 0 0I
compel the state board of landcommis landcommissioners land commis commissloners I ¬
sloners to give ive her a clear title tItl to a par portion partlon ¬
tlon of a school section of land located locatednear locatetlnear ii iinear
near the city It was filed upon by bJ the theoriginal theorhlnal th C Corieinai
original owners In August 1SCT She ac acquired acQuired aswired ¬
quired title by purchase on Sept 26 1S93 liii
Under the law the woman has yet et a 25 25per 25ner I h hncr t
per cent valuation of the property to pay pa IT ITto
to the state before she obtains a clear cloa r
title Before that
final settlement can ca a
be > made the board must appraise the th e
land and deduct thereform the value of o r
the improvements thereon This the thowoman thewoman th 0 0woman I
woman claims I aims tho board refuses to do
The writ of Judge Stewart compels the th e
board to act actDEATH actDEATE
New York Feb 13 13Severa Several weeks ago a ag Q i
a woman named Delia Quinn employed xl
as a servant In the family of OLJuan Juan Na
varao the Mexican
consul general was wa S
bitten In the hand bv a fox fo terrier r that thh t
she tried to drive from the stoop of her he r
masters house The wound apparently 5
healed but five days ago Miss Quinn ex ¬
perienced pain In her right arm and later late r
complained of a chokingsensation From a
that time she grew rapidly worse v > rse until unt IL
yesterday when she died the physicians a
say from hydrophobia
cc I get mor more but not enough enoughI
I HO stands for foraealth forI I r
I aealth and Happinss HappinssHO appiA appiAHQ
HQ is sweet as a nut The starcfdn
it has been changed to sug sugar r it t has be been ti
baked to give it that crisp appetizing
taste It has all the good of oatmeal but butnone
t none of the bad
1 I
House Passes Passes Elkins ElkinsMe Measure sure by byVote byVote
Vote of 241 to 6 6UNDER 6UNDER
STATEMENT STA T AS A LIE LIEWashington LIEWashington LIEWashington
Washington Teb 13 13Underth9 13Underth9operation 13Underth
operation o of a special order which cutoft cut cutoff
off o ff opportunity to offer amendments amendmentsthe
the t he house after a debate of an hour to
1 day d ay by a vote of 241 to 6 passed p 5 d the theI th thi
j I Elkins bill to o prohibit rebates to t ship shippers hlp hlppers
pers The six members who voted votedj votedgainst I
j i against a the thcb11l bill were were Democrats Mr
j I I liittlefleld of ofllalne Maine was present but butdid
did not not1 vote on either the rule or the thebilL thebUl i
bilL bUlThe
The Democrats D mocrats protested against therigorous the
rigorous r terms t rms of the rule It had been beentheir beentheir L
their t purpose they said to offer the theprovisions theI i
provisions of the Llttlcfleld LlttlCfi eldb11l bill as an anamendment anamendment L
amendment to the bill Mr Dalzell of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania 01
I Pennsylvania Mr Overstreet of Indi Indiana Indiana
ana and Mr Hepburn of Iowa an announced announc
nounced nounc d that with the passage of theI the theElkins 1
Elkins bill the antitrust legislation for forthis or orthIs
I this t his session of ofcogress congress would be com complete complete ¬
plete pleteDuring pleteDuring
During the debate debatelIr Mr Cochran Dem Demof Demot
of Missouri branded one of Mr Rep
burns statements statemen as a a deliberate He
Contrary to the usual custom this thisstrong thisstrong thixstrong
strong language had no sequel The Theremainder Theremainder TheL
remainder of the session was devoted devotedto L
to t the sundry civil appropriation bill billwhich biUhlch
I which hlch was wa practically completed No Noeffort Noeffort
effort was made to pass it as there was wasno wasno 3
no quorum present presentDalzells presentDalzell3SpecialRu
Dalzells Dalzell3SpecialRu Special Rule RuleMrDalzells e e1lr
MrDalzells 1lr Dalzells special rule providedfor providedforan provIded > for foran t
an hours debate and a vote on the bill billand biUand 1
and committee amendments at the eni enio enojof en bitI I
o of that time without Intervening l motion motionMr motionMr
Mr Dalzell said the provisions proislonsof of the themeasure themeasure tb tbmeasure C
measure were familiar to all that it was wasone wasone C
one phase of antitrust legislation which whichshould whichshould 1
should receive consideration considerationMr consi eratIon eratIonMr
Mr Richardson RI hard20n the Democratic leader leaderprotested lead r rprotested
protested that there was no emergency emergencywhich emergencywhich emergenCC
which required such a drastic course as asthe asthe a athe C
the special order proposed It permitted permittedno permlttEno I
no opportunity to t amend or recommit the thi I
bill billMr II
Mr Hull of Iowa said no one contended I
the th bill was perfect but It was a step tep In Inthe Inthe ix ixthe
the direction of the regulation of trusts tru5t5Mr
Mr Cannon said public sentiment de demanded demanded domanded ¬
manded trust regulation The pending r
bill he declared would do more tq t sol solve solvesome oln re resome S
some of the troublesome troublesonequestlons questions than thanany thanany tha
any other It would prevent favored favoredites favoredrates I
rates ites to favored shippers and place all allon allon al alon 1
on an equal footing He urged the house hous housto S
to takewhat take what it could now and try for formore formore fo fomore r
more later on onLittlefield onLittIefield
Littlefield Makes Objection ObjectionMr
Mr Llttleflold Llttl tlold called attention to 0 the theword theword thi a aword
word wilful before failure In the pro pfOvision
vision imposing penalties for the wilful
failure of carriers to publish and observe observerates o observrates sere sererate S
rates He said thfe th word ought to come comeout comeout Corn xi
out and that Senator Elkins the author authorof authoof r xir
of the bill agreed with him blmlIr
Mr Cannon replied that if that were the thecase thecase th xi
case Senator Elkins could air his views S xiS
In the senate senateHe senateHe senateHe
He is i a very considerable senator senatorsaid senatorsaid
I said hebut he but I never heard that he was wasa wa S Sa
a great reat lawyer lawyerMr lawJerMr
Mr De Armond denied emphatically emPh U aI1J that t
the country was demanding the enact enactment enactment ¬
ment of the Elkins bill billIt billIt billwill
It will do no good said he and the thepeople th S Speople
people foremost in urging it know it
I That is the reason they urge it Demo Democratic Democratic p ¬
cratic applause applauseThere
There was nothing in the bill he said I
that was not on the statute books except
the clauses repealing existing existinx penalty penaitprovisions
provisions of law ha TO o repeal those pen penalties penaItles ¬
alties he e said was the real r al purpose purposeBill p purposeBill rpoa rpoaBlll
Bill a Bunco Game GameThe GameThe
The bill he declared was an attempt it
to bunco the people and to arevent >
the offering of amendments the th ma mathe
the offering of amendments the ma maa maa insa
a mere demagogic play to tostiCle stifle legisla ¬
tion tionThe
The gentleman from Illinois Mr Can Cannon Cannon Carnon ¬
non he said says sa s the author of the thtrBill thebill th thbill <
Bill Is not a great lawyer law er Ho may not no it
be but he is great in other things thingsa thingsamaster a amaster
master in the art of this sort of legisla ¬
tion tionMr
Mr Richardson concluded the debate debateon a aon
on his side and urged the house to vote vot 0
down the rule and compel the production xi
of another that would open the bill to toamendment toamendment t 0 0amendment
amendment amendmentMr
Mr 2 > Ir Grosvenor concluded the debate for fo r
the majority deprecating the constant at ¬
tempt of the other side to play for party part partadvanta y
advantage advanta e in connection with the trust trur it
Question QuestionThe QuestIonThe uuestionThe
The roll was called and tho rule was wa S
adopted 140 to 110 a strict party vote
The debate on the bill proper then pro ¬
ceeded Mr Cochran Missouri charac ¬
terized the bill as a brazen and shameless shame1e
Imposition upon the credulity of the peo people people pecpie ¬
ple His argument was principally di directed directed c i irected ¬
rected against the repealing or all the th e
provisions of existing law making officers
and agents of railroads guilty of oCdls dis ditcrimination ¬
crimination punishable by fine and Im I ¬
prisonment prisonmentMr
Mr Shackelford Missouri denounced d j
the course of the majority in Inrefuslns refusing to t 0
permit the minority to offer as an amend I ¬
ment the Littlefield bill passed last Sat ¬
urday urdayMr urdaJIr urdayMr
Mr Ir Sulzer New York in closing the tix 2
debate for the minority claimed the au t ¬
thorship of a provision > In the bill
Mr Hepburn Iowa said he could not as it t
concede Mr Sulzers claim to authorship
as the language referred to was in the tit
present law lawiet lawYet lawYet
Yet said he the gentleman from frox n
New York is strutting about pluming g r
himself hlm > elf that the iriiijorityhas n ajorit 1as as borrowed fl 1
from him something with which whlchtd td tic ti 0 B
the octopus octopusCochrans octopusCochrans
Cochrans Tiff With Hepburn Hepbuin1frHcpburn HepburntrHthirri
Mr 1frHcpburn Hepburh called attention to the th fact fa t
that the Democrats denOunce th the < bill bil 1 L
Later on he said they the would all vote rot I
for fo fort fortDuring H HDuring I IDuring
During the course of Mr Hepburns Hepburnsremarks Hepb Hepburnremarks rns rnsremarks
remarks Mr Cochran of Missouri said saidone saJdone sat satone
one ofhis of his statements was w is a deliberate
lie lieMr
Mr Hepburn was speaking spea1 ng of > f the char character character cha chaacter ¬
acter of of5 measures the Democrats DaxnoQr ts had hadvot hi hivotad
voted vot for saying among other Qtherthirxgs things that tht
they had voted foi f r a a proposition under und r
which whl h it would have been possible to fine fir
the Pennsylvania railroad rallroad86OJOOO 3600000 fpr a i ill
single ll act They would he t said stop t at atnothinglabeled
nothinglabeled nothing i labeled bc era antitrust 8 s sjg Then n nhii while whileexplaining whi whiexplaining hii hiiexplaining
explaining the provisions of the pending pendir i
bill 111 he denied a statement previously pretIous pretIousmacjo
made by b Mr Cochran that the bill re e ¬
lieved individual officers offit rso of railroads
I saythere say there Js no repeal from first ti t to t >
last In all this relation he was saying sayinwhen
when Mr Cochran sought to interrupt interru
him himI
I prefer not to yield said Mr Hep He ¬
burn burnMr burnMr burnMr
Mr Cochrah CochrahTIie 1The The gentleman ought ou ht not xi ot
to refer to the gentleman from Missou Missouri MlssoJI MlssoJIri Misso Missori ¬
ri if he does not want to yield Ield
Mr Hepburn I ought to refer to the thegentleman he hetentlemRn I to toxentieman
gentleman at any time when ho deliber deliberately delibeatoll ¬
atoll atcl misstates a proposition I pronositionMr > roDositIonMr
Mr CochranI I brand that as a cellber adeUberate cellberate dehibeate
ate lie I did not deliberately misstate iniasta
the question question3Ir I
Mr Hepburn Hc HegburnTien burnr1en Then ignorantly Th Thgentleman Thge1teman TI TIgentleman
gentleman can take either proposition propositionsay I Isay I Isay
say there Is no repeal for the present prese presestatute
statute making m ki b culpable and rospcnsibL rospcnsibLcriminally rcsI1cnsibcrlmloaUy respnrjtxcriminally
criminally the irllvidual under the 11J inter Into Intostate ¬
state commerce law lawIn InwIn lawIn
In the th three bills which hlch were tp become becort
law speaking of the thecntIre entire prosrajunje t fo fotrust < r
trust regulation hesaid he said he believed con congress congress co cogross ¬
gress had struck the happy medium mediumwith medIumwith mediunwith
with regard to this vexed question the ti
least of injury to the individual and the themost thomost t tmost
most good ood to the public publicThe publicThe ubJlc ubJlcThe
The vote then was taken on the pas passage passage pa pasage ¬
sage of the bill It was passed IJassed2U 241 to tali taliThose toThose 0 0Those
Those voting In the negative were Messrs Mes MesCochran
Cochran and De Arntomr Armo d Dem Mo MoGlass MoGlass MoGlass
Glass Dem DemVa Va Val Hooker Dem Miss MissKlutz 311s5Kutz MissKlutz
Klutz Dem N C and an an4Neviile d Neville Dem
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Mazatlan tlazaU n Mexico Feb 13 13There 13Therewere 13Thewere There Therewere I
were two tO deaths from the plague today todayThere toda todaThere I
There are fortyfour patients In the la lazaretto lazaretto Ix Ixzaretto ¬
zaretto zarettoMore zarettolIore zarettoMore
More than 200000 has been received receivedfrom recelvedtrom receivefrom
from various parts partsof of the republic republicPopular republIcPopu1 republici republicPopular
Popular Popu1 r Eats EatsFor RatsFor HatsFor
For spring are are Miller TVarburton TVarburtonDenney War Wathurtolienney urton urtonVenney
Denney and ape Scboble Our OurdeIgners designers have havenever havenever ha hanever
never Issued so pleasing shapes Watch Watchour Watchour Wate Wateour
our windows S
166 Main St I
Men MenandWomen M en 1 and nd Women Clamor CI v 1 mQr For the theReturn theRet theRetUrn
> Return Ret rn of ofTheIr Their Money LitoneykNY j jMArNY
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j Chicago Feb 13 13Three Three h ee turf Invest Investme
jment me m ent t company c offices were raided here heref herehls
J 1t this afternoon at rno n by detectives and a num numhead number numer
f I 1b ber er ot a attaches 1ches were arrested The Thehead
head h ead of a fourth concern warned of
the t he proposed movement made his es escape escape esape ¬
cape c ape before the detectives arrived
The firms visited visit d by the police were
ts i the tbeHBrolaskl t he H Brolaski company 356 Dearborn Dearbornstreet Dearbornstreet
i street s Benedict Co room 703 225 225earborn
Dearborn D earborn street the Midcontinental Midcontinentali Midcontinentainvestment
i Investment I Co 185 Dearborn street streetfloor streetand streetnd
I II j and a nd A J Mores Co on the eIghth eighthoor
floor fl oor of the Temple Court building
Dearborn D and Quincy streets When the theetectives
t detectives < d reached the Demorest place
the t he president of the company A J Jemorest
Demorest D emorest could not be found A num numer ¬
ber b er of t patrons were in front fro nt of the theocked
i locked l doors clamoring for payment paymentThe paymentThe paymentThe
The raids followed a general police policeorder policerder Policeordet
order o to close all fraudulent exchanges exchangesIn
In i n Chicago Tmee ree squads of detc detctives detdtives detcives
tives L started out simultaneously to toround toround toound
round r up the alleged offenders The Thefirst ThEfirst Therst
first fi rst place visited was as the offices of ofBrolaski ofBrolaski ofrolaski
Brolaski B Co where Brolaski Brolafkiand and five fiveother fiveotber fivether
other o ther persons were taken in charge chargeWomen chargeWomen chargeWomen
Women Clamor For Money MoneyBrolaski MoneyBrolaski MoneyBrolaski
Brolaski declared that he h had been beendoing beendoing beenoing
doing d nothing wrong and that he e was wascarrying Wascarrying wasarryIng
carrying c ort a business for the benefit benefitof
of o f his investors In I1f i the office at the thetime thetime theime
I time t ts were were two women however how ve who whosaid whQsaid wh whaid
said s aid they the had made ma e investments but buthad buthad butad
had h ad been unable ut able to get their money moneyack
back b ack when theycalled for torlt torltGeorge it itGeorge itGeorge
George H Vincent of Davenport Ia laalso Iaalso Ialso
also a lso appeared at Brolaskis office while whilethe whilethe
the t he raid was in progress and declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredhat
that t he had lost 1100 11 He said that thathe thathe
he h e had invested his money on the thepromise thepromise
promise p romise of heavy gains but he had not notreceived notreceived
received r a cent In dividends dividendsDuring dividendsDuring dividendsDuring
During the raid at Benedict BeIl dict Cos Cosoffices Cosoffices Cosffices
offices o ffices a number of men called to ask askthat askthat
that the money they had entrusted with withthe withhe
the t he company be returned to them th m One Oneman One111ln
man said ald that he had 1000 invested investedwith inestedwith
with the company but was unable una le to toget toget toet
get g et out A collector for the collection collectiondepartment colectlondepartment collectionepartment
department d of the American Express Expresscompany ExpresseQmlan3o Expressompany
company c and an l one Qiu for that department departmentof
of o f the Continental CO 1Unental National bank also alsoseveral alsoalled
1 I called c Each had claims aggregating aggregatingseveral
several s thousands thous nds of dollars all of ofwhich orWl1ich
which had been made out by outof outoftown outoftown outofown
town t own patrons patronsEmployes patronsEmp patronsEmployes
Employes Emp oyes Never Saw Employer EmployerThe
The letter heads of the company gave gavethe gavethe gavehe
1 the t he name of John W Benedict as sec secretary secretar seeotary ¬
retary retar r and treasurer and W Curtis as asmanager asmanager asmanager
manager AH persons p rsons at work in the theoffice theoffice theffice
office o said they thfYhad had neyer seen Bene Benedict Benedict Beneiet ¬
dict d iet but that lie Was probably at the themain themain themain
main office at South Bend Ind IndAt IndAt DidAt
At the office of the Midcontinental In Investment Inestment Investment ¬
vestment company the stenographer sleno pher a awoman aWoman awoman
woman was taken tak n into custody but the themanager themanager themanager
manager could not be found The desks desksn
in i n the place were w Te broken into and certifi certificates certifiatcg certifidates ¬
dates of stock proprietorship and lists of ofinvestors ofInvestors ofnvestors
investors i were taken In charge chargeJust ch chargeJust e eJust
Just how howmuch much money Demorest took tookaway tooka tookaway
away a way with him when he h left his office to today today today ¬
day Is not known but the place was be besieged be1leged beieged ¬
sieged s all the th afternoon by dozens of pa patrons ¬
ironswho trons who said s d they tb Y were heavy Invest Investors Investors investors ¬
Dupes the Country Oer OerThe Oerto OerThe
The clrcularsrsefzeo Z 4n the offices raided raidedoday e
today to t reveal i f I It1 it Is said 11J several t tschemes new newschemes
schemes Liettefs Lett fs frorfi men women and anddlr
boys dlr in nearly il every town throughout fthh U hh Jr Jrof thc thomiddle thcmiddle
middle west were na band d with ft ftU hundreds hundredso
o of f coaimunlcations from Chicagoans Chieaoanlt
Although no definite estimate e e of the theamount t theamount
tUf i
tnt nt t det
amount t lost t to Investors can be made de depr at atpresent
present pr 5ent it is said the th total will run into Intohundr intuhundrqds atI I
hundreds hundr ds of thousands thousandsE
E J Arnold Eludes El des Arrest ArrestSt
St Lous Feb 13 13Searh Search is being bein made maden
In i n St Louis for E J Arnold the th head of ofthe oCthe olthe
the turf tu t Investment firm of E J Arnold A nold
Co who is wanted by the grand rand Jury Juryas jury3sa juryas
as 3sa a witness Arnold left Hot Springs SpringsArk SpringsATk SpringsArk
Ark last night and it is asserted that
he arrived ar ivcd in St Louis Loulscarlv early early today toda but
instead of running into the Union station stationhe
he left the train at Tower Grove station stationwhere stationwhere stationwhere
where he was met by his local manager mana er
LA L A Gill and the two drove away awa in a acarriage acarriage acarriage
carriage and up to midnight they had hadnot hadnot ha hanot
not been een found foundDeputy foundDeputy outtdDep
Deputy Dep t sheriffs under direction of Cir Circuit Circuit Circuit ¬
cuit Attorney Folk secured all the pri private private private ¬
vate correspondence correspond nce and telegrams in the i
Arnold offices and they will be investi investigated Investlg investiated ¬
gated g ated Ch by the t grand jury After the desks
J af djf jf
bad been examined d the w women employer employerwere p pwere
were required to give their names an anI anIaddresses arladdresses l laddresses
addresses and the oharacter of the em employment employment
ployment Several were subpoenaed as aswitnesses asWitn as aswitnesses
witnesses witnessesIndianapolis witnessesIndianapolis Witn ses sesIndianapolis
Indianapolis Contributed 100000 100OOOOlhe 100000Indianapolis
Olhe Olheiar Indianapolis iar l Feb 13 Indianapolis II II100QOO and andother anc ancother
other Indiana cities contributed r about b
5100000 to the St Louis get rich con concerns concerns concerrs
cerns There were two agencies here one oneof oneoC on onof
of the International company and the theoth theothlr
othir oth tof of the Ryan company
hfr hfrei There ei were more than ffal 100 customers e
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here and d each company had customers us at at atJeffersonville
Jefferaonyille Crawforclsville usPrinceton Princeton Princetond PrincetonMarion
Marion Bloomington and d oth other cities Th ThBloomington
Bloomington Bloomln ton agency had ha d customers customeamong customersamong
among the university students studentsloIiie
18 18Mile
Mile Record on Tee Lowered LoweredOttawa
Ottawa Ont Feb 13 13Guesner 13Guesnerowned 13Guesnerowned Guesner
owned by G B Demarest of Schenec Schenectady Schenectady
tady N Y I lowered the th ice record from
213 to 217 here today over the mile mUetrack miletrack
track of the Ottawa Ice Racing assort associrL assortASK
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terday t afternoon in the Fourteenth Fourteenthward Fourteenthward I Iward
ward assembly hall John Henry HenryI Henr Henrmith
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I and fi nd others paid P aid tributes to the charac character ch3racter characer ¬
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Lottie Owen and Julia Jones sang
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j The casket was covered with a pro profusion prousion ¬
fusion f of floral offerings from the tb tbriends
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A costume ball was given in the amuse amusement amuseflent ¬
ment i hall of the Twentyfirst ward last lastnight has hasnight
night for the benefit of the ward About
300 3 00 people attired in fantastic and origin original ¬
al costumes were present and spent the theevening th C Cvening
evening e in a most enjoyable manner manneriPREB mannerw
IL7 fectlon la man or woman Would Woul Woulyou
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book telling how you Ou can be made to feel f fee feelike l
like a Samson All human weakness weaknesscomes weaknesscomes
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