OCR Interpretation

The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, January 10, 1906, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1906-01-10/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 3

if ifTIIE
1 Standard Oil Vice President May Be BeCompelled BeCompelled BeCompelled
Compelled to Answer Had Hadley Hadleys Had1eys ¬
ley leys V Questions QuestionsINVITATION QuestionsI Questions1NVITTION
New Ne York Jan 9 DThe The question questionvhether questionhether questionV
vhether V Henry H Rogers can be com compelled comfiElIed cornrelied ¬
relied t tB tell ie 11 Attorney General eneral Herbert HerbertS herbertHa44s I
S Ha HaStandard1 Ha4 Ha44s < ioqi U Whether hther thE thEtU1dartft1IcOtrl1 thetandardI
Standard1 Standard1owns tU1dartft1IcOtrl1 tandardI cothian > < < ny of N New w 5ersey 5erseyWflS rerseyl rerseylowns
owns WflS or controls three thr e oil companies companieswhich comnanieswhich companieswhich
which are sellingf selll oil in Missouri as sep separate sepRratp separate ¬
arate companies will be placed before beforet beforetlH beforethe
t the IIP supreme court of New York state statetomoranv statet statetnofljv
tomoranv t I nnorl1 w All AllJe Al1theirnpztant the amportant questions questionsv questionshich 1UOStiOflShas
v hichMr hich 1 tot logers rs has declined to an ans aner aner
s er by advtee adtl < < e of counsel in the lost lostthree lnstthrpe lastliree
three lays 1YS of the hearing in this city cityvere cItyc cityvere
vere c > re iT sented r to the supreme court courttoday courtloJay courttoilay
today by byeoUDsel counsel acting actin in behalf of o At Attorney Attlr1ey Att ¬
torney t rney General Hadley and the court courtvas courtas courtvas
vas as asked to order Mr Ir Rogers to show showcause showtuse showaure
cause tuse why he should not answer them themThe themTh themThe
The Th court order was as issued today and andii
ii I twas was wa served on William V Rowe Roweounsel RoweUnsel Roweunsel
Unsel for Mr 1IrRogers Rogers while the hear hearing hoorng hearng ¬
ing ng was wa still in progress late today Mr MrHadley 1lrHadley Mrkladiey
Hadley said after consultation with the theCounsel theJunsel theoUnse1
Counsel that he h understood that he hev heIIuld heuld
v IIuld > uld have tp be represented repr sented by b coun counjl counpl
pl jl 1 in thi this ar arSV1l1ent arnent u njent but that he hoped hopedo
o get d ia a few fewordsbtfore words ords before b fore the court courtQuestions courtQuestionsAlike courtQuestions
Questions QuestionsAlike i Alike in Substance Substancei
i 1The
The questions que are in a diversity of ofform oflJm ofform
form lJm but ut in substance they all are areDoes areDoes areDoes
Does the Standard Oil company of ofNew ofr ofNw
New Jersey either e through its own or orny orny orfly
ny other person or corporation own ownhold ownold owno1d
hold old or control a majority of the th stock stockthe stockp
r p 0 ur < > the WatersPierce Oil company of ofMissouri ofIissouri ofIhsouri
Missouri the Standard Oil company of ofIndiana ofIndiana ofIndiana
Indiana and the Republic R public Oil company companyof
of New York YorkNo YorkNo YorkNo
No matter in what form the question questionhas qu questionhas tion tionhas
has been put Mr Rogers has declined declinedto
to answer it The commisisoner before beforewhom beforehom beforewhom
whom hom the evidence is being taken is ispowerless ispowerless isrmverless
powerless to compel an answer but the thesupreme thesupreme thesurrerne
supreme court possesses the authority authorityto
to order Mr fr Rogers to be punished for forcontempt foron forrntempt
contempt on tempt of court urt if he declines to an aniwer aner anver
iwer ver er after a terbelng being ordered to do so by bythat bythat bythat
that court courtMr courtMr courtMr
Mr Hadley wants this information informationshow o oshow oshow
show that the three alleged subsidiary subsidiaryir
IIr ir confederated c > companies are monop monopliz5n monopIizin monopilizing
ilizing liz5n the oil trade of Missouri in com combination combina cornbination ¬
bination bina tl n and to induce the Missouri Missouriourts MissouriflUrt Iissourinurt
ourts to order them ousted from the thestate thet1 thestate
state t1 te
tawson Lawson awson May Testify TestifyAn
An interesting feature of the hearing hearingturlpy hearingtllrllY hearingtrliy
turlpy WAs an invitation sent by Mr MrHartley 11rHHllpy MrThoms
Hartley to Thomas W Lawson of Bos Boston Boston Boafrn ¬
ton requesting him to come to New Newvfrk Newyrli NewVtrk
vfrk and = nd testify if he can give iYe any in inf inf Inf
f motion m tJon as to the three companies companiesMr
Mr fro Hartley is trying tnin to drive out of ofMieenuri ofjurl ofTinurl
Mieenuri Wh When n the hearing hearin adjourned adjournedcnteht adjournedoieht adjournedFiht
cnteht Mr Lawsons La 90ns reply had not notI
I ei n 1 rpceved rpcevedMr rPeevedr i
Mr rr r Rogers Rnet a again ain in declined while on ontho ontlf onthc
thc stand ta1 d tnday to disclose the stock stockownership stockInershlp stockvnership
ownership of the three companies and andwns andWfl andw1
wns Wfl S severely admonished by Mr Had Hadv
< v V trt t tr hPRt at th thp hearing seriously and andnor andItr
nor 111 as fuTUjy fuTUjyThe tunyThe fjyyThe
The hearlns hf8r1nttm will probably proba ly be ad aduined adurnd ad4urne4
4urne4 < > uined teirTwrarlly tomorrow morning morningt
t fit T n rm1 rm + or tTUiflN n il > nrv n p uron the court courthrrrin courthtT courttrr
hrrrin htT > n hp > > tirftfr hrrlf trr to Mr fr Rogers RogersPierce RogersPierce RogersPierce
Pierce Sailed Away AwayThe AwayTh AwayThc
The Th r hTK J sna ena na server rYer who ho has been beentrvnsr beentrvmi beentrvjg
trvnsr for several sever l dys to summon H Hfay Hay Hray
fay ay Pierre PI Pfr p fi tf testify before the com commi comT11 corni
mi T11 ci < i i fttfe t11 r M ce = e E notified Mr Had HadIFV HadI
IFV I tonijrht tonl ht that he had been unable to torn tof toMr
rn f Mr fro Pierce Per who he said h hl d sailed sailediway
iway 1 wa way on n a a ste stettm Tn yacht Mr Pierce is isihnirmph i ih1irm ishiirm
ihnirmph h1irm n of the bwrfl of directors dlre < tor of oftl oftho
tl tho 1 < > TVSterSiPVrce W ter tePrce Pfre Oil company r nf Mis Misfir Iis Iisli risc
fir c li and father of th thp president of ofthat oftl1 oftlia
that tl1 tlia t company The subixwia server serversH serverthat erveri1
sH i1 that he had jiirsn rrsu1 Uf161 Mr Pierce Piercenirt Pircehis
nirt 111 his vlet through a if ltp > of rooms roomsn
n j the hotel occupied o neeuieiI u1ieorl hv > > v Mr Jr r Pierce Pierceit
it that the oil m man An n hd d locked him himf him1f
1f f in Tihs Chamber The server then thenThn theni
k i isted istedt te teT
t Thn T D Aich rehlo1d hrold > old vice ve nrssrdent and andto andtn andI
I to t Af f th t Pt tn4rd ndtfrrl Oil company companywiilim omflm
1 WillIam VPU rn fJ Rockefeller Rfekef l1 r nephew of ofTbn ofT
Tbn T 1 r n T > Hck R6ckpllIl1pr R cfler kfrfi llpr were nresent at athwfna at1vMg
< hwfna h TIn lofl iOflv v They have been beeno beenwopf8pd beennAraed
< < wopf8pd o naed P < 11 witT q qses ses es but were n nfit nt t ti
11 1 to t tevtitr tocl tMlv tMlvt tnvftrnpv v vtrnev
trnev t t v c Gp f pntw1 Tft i T TTvly fll lpy y said tonrht tonrhtwrT t tVn
wrT Vn > f r P1A > t to < to + r f1v4 Oqp < < flip h hpArin hpArinINTERESTING hiirinINTERESTING < wr5r > 8T 8TINTERESTING
For Nearly Every Man Woman and andChild andChild andChild
Child ChildA Childshort
A short time ago we published an ar articlo I1rticl artickS
tickS ticl recom recommeqdtng as ending to our readers the theruvv thent thefltW
ruvv nt discovery for thf th cure of Dyspepsia Dyspepsiaoviped Dyspepsiaclllp1 Dyspepsiatied
oviped tied itm T ttrnt > ts Dyspepsia Tablets and andth andth andlb
th claim then made regarding the th won wonuriiii woniiiI i
uriiii rnl curative properties of the remedy I
have been abundantly sustained by the thetails theL the12t
tails L 12t ts People who were cautious about abouttrying abouttrying I Itrying
trying nr nw > w rmedies advertised in the therfvtpav theltvpaJrs thert
rfvtpav ltvpaJrs rt vpaiirs rs and an were finally induced to tosKe togRt I
sKe gh gRt Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets Ta lets R 1 trial trialwere trialtre trialwre
were tre surprise1 surpri l and delighted at the re resuits re1Jjts reiiit
suits iiit In many cases a single sin le package packageoiing
oiing 0 ting but 1m 5 51 > cents at any an drug store storemude storemtde storemtde
mtde a complete tottlJI te cure and in every In Instance intnce n nstnce ¬
stance the iroBt mo t beneficial results were werereported werereorted
reported 11 > o1too From 1 rom a hundred or more re rere retevtd reeved
re tevtd ved we have space to publish only onlya
a few of the latest but assure our ourraiders ourrt ourrders
raiders rt > ers we receive so j iOtnany o many commenda commendatn
tn ti v letttrs that we shall publish each eachwtek eachWtek eachW
wtek W ek a fresh list of genuine enulne unsolicited unsolicitedtestimonials unsolicitedtf unsolicitedtimonials
testimonials tf iTd rd never publish pub Ish the samej same sametin
tin j twice twiceFrom twice1rum yict
From James Jam Yemmelaler La CrQsse CrQsseWis CrQssel I
Wis v l Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets are arei aretng aretug
i tng < tug me more m good than anything I ItvT Itrje Iv
tvT v r tried trje and I was so pleased at re results resu reuts ¬
sults su uts I ts that I gave away tv wayseveral several boxes to torn tom tomy
rn my friends who have also had the same sameb
b nefits nefitsFrom netitslrolft nefitiFron
From < Jacob Anthony OlX Portmurray N NJ NJ NJ
J T Tj I have takdn tak takdnSuarts nStuares Stuarfs Dyspepsia DyspepsiaTrolets DyspepsiaTr DyspepsiaTrblets
Trolets Tr blets with the best results I had hadD hadD hadD
D > spepsia < fop six years eIlrs and had taken takena
a i great deal of medicine but the Tab Tabi TabJlt
i Jlt ts t < seem to talte ke right a hold and I IfetJ Ift
fetJ ft 1 > J good I am am m a farmer and lime limeinirnerx limeburner
burner 111 rer and I I heartily rftcommend r to toveryone toryone tovcryone
veryone ryone vhp hQ4aJ ha las anvtrouble UU JrQlb1t with his hissi hisf hisrach
si < rrachto rrach to use these tne e Tablets TabletsFronjjaiiSr TabletsFrozul rabletsFrOIn
FronjjaiiSr FrOIn Frozul M K J West est Preston Minn MinnT
T hay received surprisingly good ef efte efed
te 1 ed ts t faBhxtJaltfe Stuarts Dyspepsia D spepsia Tab Tablet Tabet Tabet ¬
let et Isave1n nvet7nhaIf rrehalf half of my last box boxto boxto boxto
to a friend who also suffered from in iniMrestioji Inire IntestiQn
iMrestioji ire tiojl and she had the same good goodresults goodreFults goodI
I results resultsFrom reFultsFrom resultsFrom
From Mrs Agnes K I Ralstbn Cadillac CadillacMich CadUlaclich CadillacMch
lich I J have been taking Stuarts Dys Dyspepsia DysPpsIa DysipsIa ¬
pepsia Tablets and I Iam am very much bet better betJer better ¬
ter ter and feel very grateful for the great greatnefit greatnefit greati
i nefit I havfc ha hav received In so short a ame alme aSttjarts
me lmeStl1arts meStuartB
StuartB Dyspepsia Tablets are a ocr certain oertain ocrtam ¬
tain tam cure for all allforms forms of Indigestion IndigestionThey Indigestion1WY Indigestionrliey
They are re not qlairned lained to be 1 > e a cureall cureallbut cureaUbut cureallbut
but are ata prepared for stomach troubles troublesonly troublesonly troublesonly
only and physicians and druggists every everywhere everywhere everywhere ¬
where recommend r mmend themto t tin nl to all persons personssuffering personssuf personssufferfflg
suffering suf erng from Nervcus Nervc 8 Dyspepsia s epsla sour souror souror souror
or acid stomach heartburn bloating or orwind urwin orwind
wind win 011 stomuvh stoma h and an similar siml1 r disorders disordersI
tomorrow if the hearlrfg in court does doesiiett d as eanctrevent
iiett 11 nctrevent t J1F nrevent nreventROGERS vel1t vel1tROGERS
Magnate Not Disposed to Give Any AnyDesired AnyDesired AnyDesired
Desired Information InformationNew
New York Jan 9 9Henry Henry H Rogers Rogersvice Rogersvice Rogersvice
vice president of the Standard Oil com company compan cornpuny ¬
puny pan of New Jersey whose testimony testimonywas
was interrupted by adjournment yester yesterdajV yesterda yesterday
dajV da day was the first witness at t todays ses session session sesslon ¬
sion of the hearing in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the state of Missouri suit against the al alleged a aleged ¬
leged oil trust The interrogation of Mr MrRogers MrRogers
Rogers was taken up todayat toda today at the th point pointwhere pointwhere pointwhere I
where Jt was interrupted yesterday yesterdayHow yesterdayHow yesterdayHow
How long have you been connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with the Standard Oil company of Indi Indiana Indiana mdiana ¬
ana asked Mr Hadley the attorney attorneygeneral attorneygen8ral attorneygerisral
general of Missouri who is conducting conductingthe
the Inquiry before Commissioner San Sanborn Sanborn Sanborn
born bornI
I dont know knowSince knowSince knowSince
Since its organization organizationI Qrg nization
I dont think It is worth while to an answer answer answer ¬
swer that said Mr Rogers RogersYou RogersYou Rogers4You
4You You will permit me to be the judge of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that responded the attorney general generalMr
Mr Hadley then asked Mr Rogers if ifhe ifhe Ifhe
he was connected with the Standard Oil Oilcompany 011company Oilcompany
company In Indiana when It succeeded to tothe tothe tOthe
the business of the Standard Oil company companyof
of Kentucky KentuckyDeclined KentuckyDeclined KentuckyDeclined
Declined to Answer AnswerCounsel AnswerCounsel AnswerCounsel
Counsel for the Standard Oil company companyobjected companyobjected companyobjected
objected and the witness declined to an answer answer answer ¬
swer swerWere Were ere you connected in any way with withthe withthe withthe
the Consolidated Tank Line company companywhich companywhich companywhich
which did business in Missouri and was wassucceeded wassucceeded wassucceeded
succeeded by the Standard Oil company companyof
of Kentucky KentuckyI V VI
I decline to answer answerDid answerDId answerDid
Did you OU ever by yourself or others as astrustee asI astrustee
trustee own or hold any stock in the theWatersPierce theWatersPierce theWatersPierce
WatersPierce Oil company of Missouri MissouriI
I decline to answer on advice of coun counsel counsel counSe ¬
sel Se replied Mr Rogers RogersWere RogersWere RogersWere
Were you a trustee of the original originalStandard originalStandard originalStandard
Standard Oil trust tr st asked Mr Hadley HadleyMr HadleyMr HadleyMr
Mr Rogers attorney objected and the thewitness thewitness thewitness
witness did not answer answerIs answerHIs
HIs Is it not a fact that you and eight eightother eightother eightother
other persons in the Standard Oil trust trustheld trustheld trustheld
held 1200 shares of the WatersPierce Oil OHcompanj Oilcompan Oilcompany
company June 20 1S82 1SS as now appears appearsin
in the offices of thex the secretary of state stateof stateof stateof
of Missouri MissouriObjected MissouriObjected MissouriObjected
Objected to by Mr Hagerman because becauseit
it relates to a period prior to the organi organization organization organization ¬
zation of three oil companies which are aredefendants aredefendants aredefendants
defendants In the case caseI
Still Obdurate ObdurateI
I decline to answer said Mr Rogers RogersHow RogersHow RogersHow
How long a time has the Standard Oil Oilcompany Oilcompay Oilcompay
compay of New Jersey either through throughitself throughitself throughitself
itself or some other person held or con controlled controlled controlled ¬
trolled a majority of f the stock of the theWatersPierce theWatersPierce theWatersPierce
WatersPierce company companyI
I decline de Iine to answer answerThat answerThat answerThat
That is you decline to tell for how howlong howlong howlong
long a time asked Mr Hadley HadleyI
I decline to answer on advice of coun counsel counsel counsel ¬
sel replied Mr Rogers RogersFor RogersFor RogersFor
For how long has the Standard Oil Oilcompany oncompany Oilcompany
company of New Jersey owned or con controlled contronca controllea ¬
trolled a majority of the stock of the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil company company of Indiana IndianaI
I decline to answer answerMr answerMr answerMr
Mr Hadley asked the same question questionas
as applied to the th Republic Oil company companyand companyand companyand
and again Mr Rogers declined to an answer answer answer ¬
swer swerIs swerIs swerIs
Is it not a fact that the majority of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stock in each of these corporations corporationshas
has been transferred or is owned or con controlled controlled controlled ¬
trolled by the same person or persons personsand personsand personsand
and by person I mean corporation corporationMr
Mr Hagerman objected and Mr Rogers Rogersasked Rogersasked Rogersasked
asked what companies Mr Hadley Hadle meant meantMr meantMr meantMr
Mr Hadley said he means the defend defendants defendants defendants ¬
ants in this case Mr Rogers declined declinedto
to answer answerCertified answerCertified answerCertified
Certified to Supreme Court CourtThis CourtThis CourtThIs
This ended the direct evidence e idence and Mr MrHadley MrHadley MrHadley
Hadley asked that all the questions to towhich towhich towhich
which Mr Rogers had declined to answer answerbe answerbe answerbe
be certified to the supreme court Mr MrHadley MrHadlev MrHadley
Hadley said he might want to call Mr MrRogers MrRo MrRogers
Rogers Ro ers later and he was excused excusedMr excused11r excusedMr
Mr Rogers however returned to the thestand thestand thestand
stand and said saidOn saidOn saidOn
On Saturday afternoon when I was wasasked wasasked wasasked
asked Do you know Walter C Teagle TeagleI
I want to say sa now that the man I Isupposed Isupposed ISUplGsed
supposed was meant was John Teagle Teaglewhom Teaglewhom Teaglewhom
whom I know knowMr knowMr knowMr
Mr Hadley brought out from Mr MrRogers MrRogers MrRogers
Rogers that John Teagle was a member memberof
of Scofield Schurmer Teagle and is isnow isnow isnow
now in the oil busines businesDid businesDid businesDid
Did you find out tu bt t Walter C CTeagle CTeagle CTeagle
Teagle is a member of the foreign com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee of the Standard Oil company companyMr company1Ir companyMr
Mr Rogers started to answer but the theobjection theobjection theobjection
objection of his counsel stopped him himIs himIs himIs
Is it not funny that you OU do not notknow notknow notknow
know knowMr know1Ir knowMr
Mr Rogers made an answer so low lowas lowas lowas
as to be unheard unheardI
I want you to treat this matter with withthe withtht withthe
the seriousness which your position war warrants warrants warrants ¬
rants said Mr Hadley HadleyIn
In reply to questions Mr Rogers Rogerssaid Rogerssaid Rogerssaid
said saidI
I understand Talter C Teagle is con connected connected connected ¬
nected with some foreign business I Ihave Ihayc Ihave
have > met him at 26 Broadway Brondwa and else elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere ¬
where whereHe whereHe whereHe
He declined to say whether he saw him himabout himabout himabout
about the oil business businessHis businessHis businessHis
His Knowledge Vague VagueMr
Mr Ifr Rogers knew several other oil oilpeople oilpeople oilpeople
people vaguely too vaguely to enlighten enlightenthe
the commission To aU questions tend ¬
ing to show a connection between the
Standard Oil company and dummy dummycompanies dumm dummcompanies dummycompanies
companies his answer was wasI
I decline to answer answerOccasionally answerOccasionally answerOccasionally
Occasionally he varied this formula by
declining on advice of counsel counselDo counselDo counselDo
Do you know C M Adams secretary secretaryof
of the WatersPierce Oil company companyasked companyasked companyasked
asked Mr Hadley
I have heard of him himDid himDid himDid
Did he go to St Louis in 1S82 in inconnection inconnection inconnection
connection with an oil company in which whichyou whichou whichyou
you ou were interested and ot which you youwere youwere OU OUwere
were a member memberI
I decline to answer answerMr answerJ Of OfMr
J Mr Rogers was then excused and as asbye aslie
lae lie passed 1lr Hadley he said Good
bye to which Mr Hadley responded respondedPoliceman respondedPoliceman respondedPoliceman
Policeman Declined to Answer AnswerEugene AnswerEugene AnswerEugene
Eugene Carney was the next witness
He said he was a police officer at 26
Brcadway to look after peddlers and andggars
beggars beggarsMr ggars ggarslIr
Mr Carney C rney said he had no counsel
but William V Rowe sat beside him himand himand himand
and they conferred Mr Hadley Hadle said he hewould hewould hewould
would object to any interruptions by bycounsel bycounsel bycounsel
counsel In a moment or two Carney Carneywas Carneywas Carneywas
was advised by Mr Rowe and declined
to answer on advice of counsel counselHe counSelHe counshiHe
He said id after hesitation that his prin principal principal principal ¬
cipal business is to start the elevators elevatorsat
at one of the entrances s to 26 Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway ¬
way wayStill wayStill wayStill
Still acting under Mr Rowes advice
Mr Carney proceeded to give a modified
imitation of Mr Rogers He knew James
Moffett and C L Nichols and possibly possiblyof
J Do D Carroll but with the exception exceptionoi
of Nichols he could not state that they
had offices at 26 Broadway Nichols had
h admitted admittedDp admittedDQ
DQ you ou remembPr rememb > r in August 19W 19 that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you said to a person p = son that you knew knewployed knewall
all the men and that they ha h < Lb been n em emJloyed employed
ployed in that building for sometime some time
I decline to answer on advice of coun counsel counsel counsd
sel sd
Who employed your counsel the
Standard Oil company
I decline to answer answerWouldnt answerWouldnt answerWouldnt
Wouldnt Say Who Employed Him HimWitness HimWitness HimWitness
Witness at first refused to say S8 how howlong howlong howlong
long he was employed emplo ed at 26 Broadway
but then did so He refused to say
who employed him himAsk himAsk himAsk
Ask the witness if he has been told toldnot toldnot toldnot
not to answer questions said Commis Commissioner Commisstoner Commissloner ¬
stoner F H Sanborn SanbornThis SanbornThis SanbornThis
This looks like a preconcerted ac action action action ¬
tion tionMr Mr Hadlfey Hadl y v asked n long string of ofquestions ofquestions ofquestions
questions which witness declined to an answer answer answer ¬
swer swerIf sweruIf swerIf
uIf If there is any question which you youwill youwill youwill
will answer or any Information which whichyou whiOhyou whichyou
you will give please offer It said Mri Mr
Hadley HadleyI i
I decline to answer on advice of coun counsel counsel counsd ¬
sel sd said Carney CarneyPage CarneyPage CarneyPage
Page VouIdnt Talk TalkCarney TalkCarney TalkCerney
Carney was excused and Howard Page Pagewho Pagewho Pagewho
who said he is connected with the theforeign theforeJ theforeign
foreign foreJ 1l department of the Standard Oil Oilcompany oncompany OIlcompany
company was called He was questioned questionedas
as to whether certain persons had of offices officer offlees ¬
flees at 2G 21 6 Broadway Broadwa but declined to toanswer toanSWlr toanswer
answer almost every question by b di direction dirtction direction ¬
rection of the Standard Oil comoanys comDan s sI
attorney He said he never knew knewof of two twooil twoof twocli
oil of companies selling in the same ter territory territory territory ¬
ritory He had been connected with the theUnion theUnion theLrnfon
Union Tank Line company as vice pres ¬
ident identDuring IdentDuring identDuring
During the first five years that th t wit witness witness witness ¬
ness was connected with the Union Tank TankLine TankLine TankLine
Line company its cars he said were wereused wereused wereused
used by the WatersPierce Oil company companyand companyand companyand
and the Standard Oil companyof company c of Indi Indiana Indiana mdiann ¬
ana but he did not know that the Re Republic RepUblic liepublic ¬
public company used the cars ars of that thataornpany thataompany thateOrnpany
Witness says he knows the Republic RepublicRefIning RepublicRefining
Refining company of Cleveland ClevelandObut ClevelandObutnever Of 0 but butnever butnever
never knew whether it was ari an indepen Independent independent ¬
dent company or not It has no of offices offices offlees ¬
fices at 26 Broadway Mr Page said saidtersPierce saidhe saidhe
he has not been connected with the Wa WatersPieIce WatersPierce
tersPierce Oil company
Was the Union Tank Line company companya
a member of the original Standard Oil Oiltrust ontrust Oiltrust
Could Not Remember RememberDid
Did you not testify testI before the in industrial industrial industrial ¬
dustrial commission that the Union Tank TankLine TankLine TankLine
Line company was in that trust and andstill andstilI andstill
still In the Standard Oil company companyI company companyhI
hI I do not recall all of my testimonythen testimony testimonythen testimonythen
then thenA thenA thenA
A V Jockel next took the stand He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said in reply to a question questionA
UA A representative of the WatersPierce WatersPiercecompany WatersPiercecompany VatersPiercecompan
company told me that the Standard Oil Oilcompany oncompany Oilcompany
company got control of the Waters WatersPierce WatersPierce VatersPierce
Pierce company through the Mexican Mexicanrailroad Mexicanrailroad Mexicanrailroad
railroad deal I got my Instructions to toput toput toput
put the WatersPierce company on the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil companys methods from fromR fromR fromR
R P Tinsley of St Louis Mr Young Toyngof
of NW N w York told me to preserve absolute absolutesecrecy absolutesecrecy absolutesecrecy
secrecy as to my having been employed employedby
by the Standard Oil company companyE
E T Bedford who next took the stand standalso standalso standalso
also declined to answer answ r Important ques questions questions questions ¬
Hardcastle Recalled RecalledH
H C Hardcastle e was recalled He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that while in the employ of the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil company he was trans transferred transferred transferred ¬
ferred into the AngloAmerican Oil com comi company cornpany
i pany in England by direction of W Yo P PCutler PCutler PCutler
Cutler then manager of the Albany of office offIce oflice ¬
fice of the Standard Oil company When Whenhe Whenhe Whenhe
he went to Cleveland for the Standard Oil Ottcompany 011company Oilcompany
company he said Mr Terrell told him himthat himthat himthat
that the price paid for the business of ofScofield ofScofield ofScofield
Scofield Schurmen Teagle was 1300
000 in cash and notes That firm he said saidhad saidhad saidhad
had a lefiner refinery at Cleveland part of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which was dismantled as soon as the theRepublic theRepublic he heRepublic
Republic Oil company took possession of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the properties propertiesOn
On crossexamination by Frank Hager Hagerman Hagerman Hagerman ¬
man counsel for the Standard Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany the witness said that R P P Tins Tinsley Tinsle Tinsicy
icy le was agent for the Standard Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany of New Jersey Jerse the Standard Oil Oilcompany oncompany Oilcompany
company of New York the Standard Oil Oilcompany Oilcompany Oilcompany
company of Ohio and the Standard Oil Oilcompany oncompany Oilcompany
company of Indiana IndianaCounsel IndianaC IndianaCounsel
Counsel C unsel moved to exclude the witness witnessevidence witnessevidence witnessevidence
evidence that Mr Tinsley was agent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the companies It was overruled overruledControlled overruledControlled overruledControlled
Controlled by Standard StandardWitness1 StandardWitness StandardWitness
Witness said the Troy Oil works of ofTroy ofTroy ofTroy
Troy and the Electric Light Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany of Camden N J were operating operatingas
as independent of the Standard Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany but in reality were controlled by byit it itWade itWade
Wade Hampton general eneral auditor of ac accounts accounts accounts ¬ II
counts at 26 Broadway declined to an answer answer answer ¬
swer all important questions refusing refusingeven refusingeven refusingeven
even to describe his own duties dutiesAttorney dutiesAttorney dutiesAttorney
Attorney qeneral Hadley and the coun counsel counsel counsel ¬
sel for f r the Standard Oil company then thendiscussed thendiscussed thendiscussed
discussed arrangements for argument to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow before the supreme court on theorder the theorder theorder
order of Henry H Rogers to show cause causewhy causewhy causewhy
why he should not answer the questions questionsasked questionsasked questionsasked
asked him by Mr Hadley It was agreed agreedthat agreedthat agreedthat
that the argument will be made tomor tomorrow tomorrow tornorrow ¬
row The hearing then adjourned until untiltomorrow untiltomorrow untiltomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowCITED tomorrowCITED tomorrowCITED
H H Rogers Ordered to Appear in inSupreme inSupreme inSupreme
Supreme CourtThis Court This Morning MorningNew MorningNew MorningNew
New York Jan 9 9Henry Henry Wellman Wellmanacting Wellrnanacting VelImanacting
acting counsel for Attorney General Had Hadley Hadley HadIcy ¬
ley of Missouri obtained an order today todayrequiring todayrequiring todayrequiring
requiring H H Rogers vice president presidentof
of the Standard Oil company of New Jer Jersey Jerse Jersey ¬
sey se to appear in the supreme court to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morning and show cause why he heshould heshould heshould
should not be required to answer ques questions questions questions ¬
tions in the taking of testimony here herebefore herebefore herebefore
before Commissioner Sanborn for use in inthe Inthe inthe
the case of the state of Missouri against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the Standard Oil company and two other othercompanies othercompanies ther thercompanies
companies doing business in Missouri MissouriThe MissourThe IllssourlThe
The order was was1ssued issued by Justice Davy Davyin
in the New York supreme court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The application made by Mr lr Wollman Wollmanis
is based on an affiaavit by Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General Hadley setting forth the pen pendency pendency pendency ¬
dency of the proceedings in the Missouri Missouricourts ll1ssouricourts Missouricourts
courts and that the companies are arecharged arecharged arecharged
charged with violating the statutes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state of Missouri against combina combinations combinations cornbinations ¬
tions in trade and an also the common law lawof lawof lawof
of the state of Missouri to the same ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect which the petition states was the thecommon thecommon thecommon
common law of England in the fourth fourthyear fourthyear fourthyear
year of the reign of King James I IAccompanying IAccompan IAccompanying
Accompanying Accompan ing the petition are the vari various various van vanous ¬
ous questions which were asked of Mr MrRogers 11rRogers MrRogers
Rogers and which he refused to answer answerWONT answerLAWSON answertAWSON
Does Not Possess P ssess the Knowledge Mr MrHadley MrHadley MrHadley
Hadley Seeks SeeksBoston SeeksBoston SeeksBoston
Boston Jan 9 9In In reply to a telegram telegramfrom telegramfrom telegramfrom
from Attorney General Hadley asking askinghim askinghim askinghim
him to give any testimony in his pos possession possession possession ¬
session in regard to the Standard Oil Oilcompany oncompany Oilcompany
company of Indiana and two other oil oilproducing 011producing oilproducing
producing corporations Thomas W WLawson WLawson Y YLawson
Lawson of this city tonight sent a alenpthy alengthy alengthy
lengthy telegram to Mr Hadley Mr MrLawson MrLawson MrLawson
Lawson informed the attorney general generalelermans generalPetermans generalPelermans
elermans Roach Food FoodA
The most improved method to free a ahouse ahouse ahouse
house of large or small roaches Is to touse touse touse
use the contents of a box of Peter Petermans Petermans Petermans
mans Roach Food at one time Shake Shakeit
it on joints so some of It will penetrate penetrateand penetrateand penetrateand
and remain to keep the premises con continuously continuousl continuously ¬
tinuously free Roaches eat it as food foodIt foodit foodIt
It Is the most destructive remedy on onthis on onthis onthis
this earth to them and It will not scat scatter scatter scatter ¬
ter them to otaer places to live and andmultiply andmUltiply andmultiply
multiply multiplyBEDBUGS mUltiplyBEDBUGSPetermans multiplyBEDBUGSPetermafls
BEDBUGS BEDBUGSPetermans Petermans Discovery Discoveryquicksilver Discoveryqulcksilver Discoveryquicksilver
quicksilver Bedbugs Bedbugsf Bedbugstake
1 f take it up in the circu circulation cIrculation circu31S ¬
31S lation when going over overi overwhere overwhere
where it is brushed on onlightly onF
F i lightly Its invaluable invaluableif
k if brushed on beds bedswhen bedswhen bedswhen
when apart and on onback onback onback
back of picture frames framesmouldings framesmouldIngs framesmouldings
mouldings etc It will willnot wllInot willnotrust
not notrust rust or harm furniture or bedding
Odorless and not poisonous poisonousPetermans DoisonousPeterman poisonousPetermans
Petermans s Discovery Discov ry CliquJdIn CliquJdInflexible liquid liquidInflexible In Inflexible
flexible handy cans for cracks walls wallsmattresses wansIIattresses wallsmattresses
mattresses etc Odorless nonexpl9 nonexpl9sive nonexpl nonexplsive
Petermans Ant Pood FoodA A strong strongpowder strongpowder strongpowder
powder to kill and drive away ants antsPetermans antsPetermans antsPetermans
Petermans Ratmouse Food makes makesrats makesrats makesrats
rats or mice wild they will leave and andnot andnot andnot
not return returnTake returnTake returnTake
Take no other as time may be even evenmore evenmore evenmore
more important than money moneyOriginated moneyOrglnated moneyOrglnated
Orglnated in 1873 Perfected in 1905 1905by 1905by 1905by
by Wm Peterman Mfg Hci Chemist
54 56 58 West 13th St New York City CityLondon CityLonon CityLondon
London Eng Montreal lIontrf a1 P Q QSold QSold QSold
Sold by all druggists in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City and throughout the United States StatesSold StatesSold StatesSold
Sold wholesale and retail by byZG byI
ZG I 11 G M M1 I DragStole Drug Store
112114 Main M In Street Salt s lf Lake City 91tyk Cityk
k j k
that th t he personally knew nothing of the therelations therelations therelations
relations ibetween the Standard Stand rd Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany of Indiana the Republic Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany and the WatersPierce Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany and that while he was aware of ofcertain ofcertain ofcertain
certain acts of the Standard Oil mo monbpcly monbpcly monbpcly
nbpcly he could notfaclly not faclly come with ¬
in the wise restrictions of Mr Hadleys
telegram telegramWhile telegramhile telegramWhile
While hile I have no personal knowledge knowledgeof
of these three things of which your
telegram treats continued Mr Lawson LawsonI
I have sufficient general knowledge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the subject of your Investigation to make
It appear farcical to me that you with
the power of the great state of Mis Missouri Missctri MIsStrl ¬
souri at your our back should want the thetestimony thetesbmony thetestimony
testimony of any anyone one other than the
band of conspirators at 26 Broadway and andtheir andtreir
their hirelings to prove any case In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the name Standard Oil appears appearsIf appearsCHANCE appearsS appearsCHANCE
If He Knows Anything Pertinent At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General Hadley Would Be BeGlad BeGladto BeGladto
Glad Gladto to Have Him Testify TestifyNew TestifyNew TestifyNew
New York Jan 9 9Attorney Attorney General GeneralHadley GeneralHadley GeneralHadley
Hadley of Missouri who is conducting conductingthe
the hearing before Commissioner San Sanborn Sanborn Sanborn ¬
born in connection with the suits
brought againt again t the socalled trust by
the state of Missouri said today that
Thomas Th mas W Lawson of Boston would be
invited to appear before the commis commissioner commissioner coinmlsSiofler ¬
sioner This decision was reached to ¬
day when the attorney general was in ¬
formed that Mr Lawson last night ex expressed expressed expressed ¬
pressed a willingness to come to New
York in connection with the inquiry He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that he would telegraph Mr Lawson
immediately and ask him to come to
New York and testify
If Thomas W V Lawson can throw any
light on the present existing trust re ¬
lations which we understand are em employed employed employed ¬
ployed by the Standard Oil company companwe companyse
we se will be glad to have him testify testifysaid testifysaid testifysaid
said Mr Hadley
But if he can only come here and andadd andadd andadd
add to the sensationalism of the pro proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ceedings I do not care to have him himappear himappear himappear
appear If he possesses real material
facts of value we will be glad to hear
him but for the purpose of a general generalrecital generalredtal generalrecItal
recital we do not nor will not need
him him1lr
Mr Hadley sent the following tele telegram telegram telegram ¬
gram to Mr Lawson LawsonIf
If you can give any information as
to relations between Standard Oil of In ¬
diana the Republic Oil company Waters
Pierce Oil company urgently request you
to come and testify
Trial of the Oregon Congressman CongressmanAccused CongressmanAccused CongressmanAccused
Accused of Frauds Set for last lastWeek LastWeek LastWeek
Week in March MarchWashington MarchWashington NarchWashington
Washington Jan 9 9Representative 9RepresentativeBiIger 9RepresentativeBinger RepresentativeBinger
Binger Hermann of Oregon will be betried betried betried
tried in the courts of the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia for complicity in the land landfrauds landfrauds landfrauds
frauds in Oregon beginning the last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week in March MarchFrancis larchFrancis MarchFrancis
Francis J J Heney a special counsel counselof
of the department of justice who wh has hashad hashad hashad
had direct charge of the Oregon land landcases landcases landcases
cases made this statement today at the theWhite theThlte therhlte
White Thlte House HouseMr House1r HouseMr
Mr Heney had a conference with withPresident withPresident withPresident
President Roosevelt today in which whichsome whichsome whichsome
some details of the land cases was dis discussed discussed discussed ¬
cussed cussedFollowing cussedFollowing cussedFollowing
Following the Hermann trial the thecase thecase thecase
case of F A Hyde John A Benson J JH JH JH
H Schneider and H P Dimond will willbe willbe willbe
be taken up Mr Hermann just now nowis nowis nowIs
is ill at the residence of his soninlaw soninlawH
H Prescott Gatley In this city He is issuffering issuffering issuffering
suffering from the aftereffects of an anattack anattack anattack
attack of erysipelas which he sus sustained sustained sustamed ¬
tained while in Oregon His condition conditionis
is not thought to be serious and he is isexpected isexpected Isexpected
expected to be out in a few days daysNEARLY daysNEARLY daysS daysNEARLY
Omaha Youth Comes West to Fight PightIndians FightIndians FightIndians
Indians and Is Run Over by bya
a Freight Train TrainSpecial TrainSpecial TrainSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne Heraldeheyenne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Jan 9 9Hugo Hugo Mey Meyers Meyers Meyers ¬
ers the 16yearold son of a welltodo welltodocontractor weIltodJcontractor welltodocontractor
contractor of 1916 South Nineteenth Nineteenthstreet Nineteenthstreet Nineteenthstreet
street Omaha filled with dime novel novelliterature novelliterature novelliterature
literature ran away from home in com company company cornpany ¬
pany with other boys of his age and andcame andcame andcame
came to Wyoming to kill buffalo and andIndians andIndians andIndians
Indians They left the brakebeams at atMedicine atlIediclne atMedicine
Medicine Bow the little frontier townmade town townmade townmade
made famous by Owen Wisters WistersVir WistersVirginian Vir Virginian Virginlan ¬
ginian and boldly pushed into the in interior InterIor Intenor ¬
terior They saw neither Indians or orbuffalo orbuffalo orbuffalo
buffalo and after suffering many hard hardships hardships hardships ¬
ships for weeks they returned to the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad and set out to beat their way
home At Rock River Wyo young
Meyers was so benumbed with the cold coldthat coldthat coldthat
that he fell from the brakebeam and andthe andthe andthe
the wheels passed over one leg With Withrare Withrare Withrare
rare presence of mind the lad rolled rolledaway roIledaway rolledaway
away from the train and lying flat on onhis onhis onhis
his back hurled a piece of coal through througha
a window of the caboose as it passed passedThe passedThe passedThe
The startled trainmen fearing feariqg a hold holdup holdup holdup ¬
up stopped the train The loud cries criesof criesof criesof
of Meyers drew them to the spot where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he lay mangled and bleeding on the theground theground theground
ground He was brought to Laramie LaramieWyo LaramieWyo LaramieWyo
Wyo and his leg amputated His fa father father a ather ¬
ther is now with him
Former Governor Van Sant of Min Minnesota Minnesota Mm Mmnesota ¬
nesota Expected to Deliver the thePrincipal thePrincipal thePrincipal
Principal Address AddressWichita AddressWichita AddressWichita
Wichita Kan Jan 9 9Many Many delegates delegateshave delegateshave delegateshave
have already arrived in the city to at ¬
tend the state freight rate convention conventionwhich conventionwhich conventionwhich
which meets here tomorrow The con convention convention convention ¬
vention will be held for the purpose of
forming a state organization to influ influence influence Influence ¬
ence freight rate legislation both in the thestate thestate thestate
state legislature and in congress It Is Isexpected Isexpected isexpected
expected that fully 1000 delegates will
be in attendance at the convention rep
esenting commercial and farmers organi organizations organizat10ns organizatIon ¬
zations zatIon from all parts of the state
The principal speakers will be former
Governor Van Sant of Minnesota and
Speaker I L Lenroot of Wisconsin
Governor Hoch and other prominent men menof menof menof
of Kansas are also on the programme
A preliminary meeting attended by the theexecutive theexecutive theexecutive
executive committee and such delegates delegatesas
as have arrived was held this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon It is probable e that J L Bristow Bristowexfcurth Bristowexfcurth Bnistowexfcurth
exfcurth assistant postmaster p stmaster general generalwill generalwUI generalwill
will be elected permanent chairman of
the convention The meeting this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon resulted in a decision to present
his name Besides the accredited dele delegates delegates ddegates ¬
gates there are a large number of ofprominent ofprcrrinent ofprCmlnent
prominent business men from various variousparts variousparts variousparts
parts of the state present A banquet banquetwill banquetwill banquetwill
will be tendered the visiting delegates delegatesand
and guests of the convention tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight tomorrownight
night by the members of the local com commercial commercial cornmercial ¬
mercial organizations organizationsSPECIAL organizationsSPECIAL organizationsSPECIAL
Pennsylvania Legislature in the Re Reform Reform Reform ¬
form Swim SwimHarrisburg SwimHarrisburg SwimHarrisburg
Harrisburg Pa Jan 9 9Governor 9GovernorPennypacker 9GovernorPdnnypacker Governor GovernorPennypacker
Pennypacker today issued a supple supplementary supplemehtary supplemehtary ¬
mentary mehtary proclamation to his call for forthe forth forthe
the th extra session of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvanialegislature Pennsylvanialegislature Pennsylvanialegislature
legislature which convenes convenes next Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day so as to include a uniform pri primary prImary primary ¬
mary election system a civil service servicefor servicefor servicefor
for state officers and the regulation of ofregistration ofregistration ofregistration
registration expenses expensesHe expensesHe xDensesHe
He also amends his original call so as asto asto asto
to enable the legislature to pass a bill billfor billtfor ll llIfor
for the consolidation of f the cities of
1 1t
u m IIr iII r 1Jt r tI SIM
ESTABLsH J = D h 1864 r I IONE
1 r it Uii n Iiif Iiifk
U k kI
I 1
J v b bi bif3
if3 1 1I
1 m z I
7 7ITS
k s HR w t l uJ 1 1th 1thI
Never such moneysaving moneysaving ai opportunities opportunitieshefore o oai opportunitiesbefore J JYen
before Never such enthusiastic selling sellingin
in any other store storeEven storeI storeEven
Even Yen our own great records re reoutdone 5 of the past have been beenrd beenoutdone f foutdone
outdone You cannot cannotities afford rd to miss the opportim opportimAny opportunasities opportunities
ities of this the eighth day f fTHE fTHE
fi Any more than you could couldvalues afford to to miss miss the historymaking 11istorymalcingvalues
values of the past week weeksale We shall not permit interest in in this thisValues thissale thissale
sale to lag for an instant instantSalt Values that were the talk of all allfollowed allSalt allSalt
Salt Lake last week will be betoday followed by equally strong ones onesall onestoday onestoday
today They will defy defymatch all competition n You cannot cannotpoint cannotmatch cannotmatch
match them Make a afor point to visit this 4 4store store today todaymoneysaving
for this store has the greatest moneysaving moneysaving inducements for you youi
i t g a iii 4 t f s
= BARTONS 9 9c75 75 75SUITJND j jt jSUIT
45m47 Main Street
Pittsburg and Allegheny eminent law lawyers lawyers lawyers
yers having contended that it was im impossible impossible impossible ¬
possible to pass such such a bill under his hisoriginal hisoriginal hisoriginal
original proclamation proclamationThe proclamationgovernors
The governors supplementary supplemen tar call callwas canwas callwas
was was a great surprise tp hs official ad advisers advsers adviser ¬
visers vsers not ot one of whom hom thought he hew heWpu hepu1d
Wpu w pu1d > ufd d make r ke any change in his his original originalcall oftginalC oflginalcall
call C lll despite tHe pressure for a uniform uniformprimary uniformprimary uniformprimary
primary election system and a new newballot newballot newballot
ballot law lawAmong lawAmong lawAmong
Among the subjects mentioned m in theoriginal the theoriginal theoriginal
original call are personal registration registrationstate r registratonstate gistraeon gistraeonstate
state treasury reform and senatorialand senatorial senatorialand senatorIaland
and legislative reapportionment reapportionmentAGAIN t tS tAGAIN
Omaha Neb Jan 9 9No No progress progresswas progressw progresswas
was w s made in the trial of Rev ev George GeorgeG
G Ware charged with conspiracy to todefraud todefraud todefraud
defraud the government of public publiclands publiclands publiclands
lands in the federal court today After Aftervarious AftervarIous Aftervarlobs
various delays the case was again post postnoned postDoned postnoned
noned until Wednesday WednesdayU
1 Ic3Oth Ic3Othof C33Otl C33Otlof
of the entire Quinine production of ofthe the World It Itconsumed isconsumed s sconsumed
consumed every year y r by tho makers of ofLaxative ofLaxative ofLaxative
Laxative Bromo Oumine OumineBW Quit1ineCures
Cures n Cold In One Day
BW E W V GROVES signature on box 25c 25cELECTED 25cELECTED 25cELECTED
London Jan 9 9The The geneIal assem assembly assembly assembly ¬
bly of the members of the Royal acad academy academy acaciemy ¬
emy tonight elected ele ted Augustus Saint SaintGaudens SaiptGaudens SaintGaudens
Gaudens the American sculptor and andJoseph andJoseph andJoseph
Joseph Israels the Dutch painter hon honorary honorary honorary ¬
orary foreign members of the academy academyMARINES academyMARINES academySo
Shanghai Jan 9 9All All tthe the foreign foreignbluejackets foreignbluejackets foreignbluejackets
bluejackets who wl o have b ve been een patrolling patrollingthe
the foreign concessionsnave concessions have been with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn ¬
Acts as a Bar to Profitably Po Pofitab Pofitabment Jtab J Ent aiS aiSmcnt >
mcnt mcntYou mcntYou I IYour
You cannot afford to grow growIn old oldIn > 11 11In
In these days of strenuous cornpeiiiirs cornpeiiiirsit compf ijc ijcit
it is it necessary neee ary to maintain as lor3 lorgpC58IbJe lcr lcrpssIble as aspossible
possible ones one youthful otthful appearance 3ppearmcIt IT ITIt
It is impossible i to do this without re retaining 1 1taininga retaming ¬
taming A a luxurious growth owth of hair hairThe hatThe hairThe =
The presence of Dandruff indicates the thepresence tMpres tbepresence
presence pres + nce of a burrowing bunowin germ wh whlives < S j
lives and thrives on the roots of t thair tshair the thehair
hair until it causes total baldness baldnessNewbros baldnessN baldnessNewbros
Newbros N Vbro8 Herpicide is the only known knowndestroyer kno knOwndestroyer i idestroyer
destroyer of this pest and it is as effec effective effeifitthe effeetive ¬
tive as it is delightful to use useHerpicide useHerpiclde useHerpiclde
Herpiclde make an elegant elegantJul hair r dre dreing dr drlng drelag
lag as well as Dandruff cure cureAccept cureAccept curesAccept >
Accept no substitute substitutethere there is none noneSmith iT iTSmith eo eoSmith >
Smith Drug Co Special Agents AgentsHAVE AgentsriA AgentsHAVE
z 44

xml | txt