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TARIFF REFORM REFORMAND REFORMci
ci AND W V1J1BRYAN V1J1BRYANIissouri J BRYAN BRYANMissouri
Missouri Congressman Con essman Expresses His HisOpinion HisO BisOpinion
Opinion O inion of Candidate and andPlatform andPlatform andPlatform
Platform for 1908 1908LIVELY 1908LIVELY 1908LIVELY
LIVELY DEBATE INHOUSE INHOUSELEADER IN HOUSE HOUSELEADER HOUSELEADER
LEADER WILLIAMS INDULGES IN INSARCASM INSARCASM INSARCASM
SARCASM SARCASMWashington SARCASMWashington SARCASMWahington
Washington March 6 GBefore Before begin beginning begtnning beginfling ¬
ning the consideration of the Indfan Indfanappropriation IndCanappr Indfanappropriation
appropriation appr priatlon bill which was the order orderof orderof orderof
of business in the house today a reso resolution resolution resolutlon ¬
lution was unanimously agreed to de declaring declarIng dedaring ¬
claring Anthony 31ichaelek lIIchaeleka a citizen citizenof
of the United States resident of Illi Illinois TIUnoIs flu flunols ¬
nois and duly elected a member of the theFiftyninth theFIctninth theFiftyninth
Fiftyninth congress This declaration declarationwas
was the unanimous report of elections electionscommittee electionscommittee electionscommittee
committee No No1 1 and was presented by
Mann of Illinois IllinoisA
I A bill relieving tobacco growers from fromall fromaU
all taxes in the sale of leaf tobacco tobaccowas tobaccowas tobaccowas
was passed passedThe passedThe passedThe
The Indian bill carrying 7785528 7785528was 7785528Was 1785528was
was then taken up and Mr Sherman of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York explained its provisions provisionsMr
Mr Sherman concluded his explana explanation explanation explanation ¬
tion with the prediction that the time timewould timewould timewould
would come when the great eat body of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Indian people of this continent continentwould continentwould continentwould
would be selfsupporting along lines of
industry to which they are best bestadapted bestadapted bestadapted
adapted
Debate on the Tariff TariffComparing TariffComparing TariffComparing
Comparing the increase in the prod products products prodUcts ¬
ucts of the farm and the factory and andthe andthe andthe
the value of productive and industrial industrialproperty Industrialproperty Industrialproperty
property under high and low tariffs tariffsMr tariffslIr tariffsisIr
Mr Rucker of Missouri drew the con conclusion conclusion conclusion ¬
clusion that the lower the tariff the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater had been the increase of ofwealth ofweaIth ofwealth
wealth that since 1850 the tariff had hadeen
been een made higher and the increase of ofproduction otproduction ofproduction
production had been less lessTurning lessTurning lessTurning
Turning his attention to the tariff on onMergenthaler onlIergenthaJer onMergenthaler
Mergenthaler typesetting machines machinesc
c Mr Rucker said it had been deter determined determined determined ¬
mined that these machines could be beproduced beTroduced beproduced
produced for 500 and yet et they were weresold werefold weresold
sold for 3000 because of the tariff tariffThere tariffThere tariffThere
There were 20000 publications in this thiscountry thisountry thiscountry
country affected by this price Thou Thousands Thousands Thousands ¬
sands of petitions from editors had hadurging
been sent to the present congress congressurging congressurging
urging the removal of this prohib ¬
itory and monopolistic duty
Will 1lPt pt thfc tii gentlemen heed these thesepetitions theseJletitionsn thesepetitions
petitions heasked he ked Then every Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican editor In the theCoulitry country who has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the backbone of an angleworm ought to tounite tounite tounite
unite and make the c6nditron c nditfon of Re Republican RepUblican Republican ¬
publican members such that they will willcry willcry willry
cry ry out wherever I fly fi is hell wherever whereverI
I light is hell hellBryan hellBryan hellBryan
Bryan and Tariff Revision RevisionMr
Mr Rucker concluded with the pre prellctlon pref pretlletion
f llctlon that with a tariff revision plat
7 form and William J Bryan as its can candidate ¬
44 didate the Democratic party would as asa asa
j a cyclone sweep the country
Addressing himself to those who whowould whowould whowould
would not stand pat even in a clover
J field fl ld Representative Lacey of Iowa
took occasion during the debate on the
Indian appropriation bill to express
himself on the subject of the German Germantariff Germantariff
tariff He took the position emphat emphateally ¬
ically that the United States could not notafford notafford notafford
afford to sacrifice her commerce with
Great Britain in order to win German Germanmarkets Germanmarkets Germanmarkets
markets by means of tariff concessions
He illustrated this thl by figures showing
how little we sell to Germany in com comparison comparison cornparison ¬
parison to Great Britain and how lit ¬
tIe we sell to Great Britain In com comparison comparIson cornparison ¬
parison to our own home markets
Eightyseven per cent of the product productof
of our farms he said find a market at atf
f home He reviewed conditions in many
industries and localities and compared
the present prosperity with the hard
times of tariff agitation agitationDebate agitationDebate agitationDebate
Debate Became General GeneralMr
Mr Laceys conclusion on the tariff tariffprovoked tariffprovoked tariffprovoked
provoked a lively running runnin debate involv ¬
ing Messrs Clark of Missouri Weisse of
Wisconsin Powers of Maine Gardner of
Massachusetts Williams of Mississippi Mississippiand
and Grosvenor of Ohio Ohiowho OhioTho OhioThe
The net result waS that Mr Weisse Weissewho Weissewho
who is a tanner and therefore accord ¬
ing to Mr Laceys quotation of Shakes Shakespeare Shakespeare Shakespeare ¬
peare will last nine years ears when he is
dead declared that the American
farmer was losing 1000000 a year because becauseof
of the tariff on hides and also that thatmany thatmany thatmany
many tanners were moving to Canada be because because ¬
l cause of that duty He also In answer
to Mr Gardner declared that the alleged
tanners trust controlled only 20 per percent percent percent
cent of that trade and that Mr Armour Armourand Armourand Armourand
and his soninlaw Mr Valentine did not notown notown notown
own a controlling interest in It ItMr ItMr ItMr
Mr Clark questioned Mr Lacey closely closelyas
as to the politics of Governor Cummins Cumminsof
of Iowa and his utterances as to the therobbery therobbery therobbery
robbery under the Dingley bill bllLMr billMr bilLMr
Mr Lacey said he had voted twice for
Cummins for governor and would do doKO doso
KO 0 again If he is nominated on our ourticket ourticket ourticket
ticket ticketMr ticketMr ticketMr
Mr Williams of Mississippi then took
the floor for a general reply to Mr
Lacey Lace r
Sarcasm of Mr Williams WilliamsThere WilliamsThere WilliamsThere
There are few few fei things began Mr lIrVl1lfams
Williams at one and the same time timemore timemore timemore
more amusing and more pitiable than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the acrobatic exploits of human Intelli Intelligence Inte11lgence intelligence ¬
gence when attempting to prove that thatlaws thatlaws
laws which circumscribe and limit trade tradetends tradetends tradetends
tends to increase trade tradeMr tradelIr tradeMr
Mr Williams described some of his histariff histarIff histariff
tariff revision bills and asserted in an answer answer answer ¬
swer to Mr Gardner of Massachusetts Massachusettswho
who revived the free leather controversy
that it was a very simple thing to get gettariff gettariff gettariff
tariff legislation 1 Egislati on All that was neces necespary necesFary necesvary
vary was first to convert the speaker speakerthen speakerthen speakerthen
then the committee on rules then Sereno SerenoE
E Payne and finally finall the Republican Republicanmembers Republicanmembers Republicanmembers
members of the ways and means com committee committee cornniittee ¬
mittee This ought not to be hard for a aRepublican aRepublican aRepublican
Republican to do said Mr Williams to toMr to1Ir toMr
Mr Gardner GardnerOne GardnerOne GardnerOne
One of his bills said Mr Ir Williams Williamsprovided WlIllamsprovIded WIlliamsprovided
provided for a reduction to 100 per cent centof centof centof
of all duties over that amount He had hadaeen hadseen hadseen
seen the speaker quoted as saying this thismust thismust thismust
must be one of John Sharp Williams Williamsjokes Williamsjokes Williamsjokes
jokes as there are no such duties dutiesIn dutiesIn dutiesIn
In answer to this he read this list of ofarticles ofarticles ofarticles
articles on which the duty Is greater greaterthan greaterthan greaterthan
than 100 per cent Chalk tailors 106 106per 106per 106per
per cent of which M000 worth was im imported imported Imi ¬
i ported last year on which the tariff was
35000 boracic acid 122 per cent sulphu sulphuric sulphurlc sulphuvie ¬
vie ether 230 per cent ent cotton dnck tck ck over overeight overeight overeight
eight squara squ squa yattajgjtothe y YZ4tQ tQ The pound 112 per percent pernt percent
cent nt cordage tin trdi 10S to 300 firecrack firecrackers fir crack crackers ¬
ers 126 P pccent u csnt cheap spectacles SlJect cIes 116 per persffcom pert
1 t cent pnl c cOIn l1u 11n window sffcom Sf 1m 107 io to tod12o topel o
255 per cen cent Took1ng Iookinggiassegij g1Ss d12o s per cent centetc centetc
etc 4 > t He expressed the opinion that 25 25per 25pEr 25per
per cent on any an article would cover the theartual theltunI theL
L artual difference of the labor in an anarticle anarticle anI
article articleThe articleJ
J I The speech of 0 f Mr lr Wlliams concluded concludedthe
the debate for the day dayJ
1J 1
J 4
ISENA SENATOR TOR CLARK CLARKI CLARKbYASCHAIRMAN
I WAS bYASCHAIRMAN bYASCHAIRMANMeeting CHAIRMAN CHAIRMANf4eeting
Meeting of the National Civic Fed Federation Federation Federaiion ¬
eration Following a Dinner by byCongressman byCongr byCongrssman
Congressman Congr ssman Babcock BabcockADDRESS BabcockADDRESS BabcockADDRESS
ADDRESS BY MONTANA MAN MANAIMS MANAIMS MANAIMS
AIMS AND PURPOSES OF OFTHE OFTHEFEDERAflON THE THEFEDERATION THEFEDERAT
FEDERATION FEDERATIONWashington FEDERAT FEDERAflONWashington ON ONWashington
Washington March 6 6Senator Senator Clark of ofMontana of1Iontana oftontana
Montana presided this evening at the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting of the National Civic Federation Federationwhich Federationwhich Federationwhich
which followed the dinner given by Rep Representative Representative Representative ¬
resentative J W Babcock of Wisconsin Wisconsinand Wisconsinand wlscorsinand
and delivered an address upon the pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses and aims of the federation Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Clark said In part partPurposes partPurposes partPurposes
Purposes of the Federation FederationThe
The purpose of o the National Civic
Federation is to organize the best brains brainsof
of the nation in in an educational move movement movemcnt movement ¬
ment toward the solution of some of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great problems relating to social and In Industrial Inustrial inaustrial ¬
dustrial progress to provide for the thestudy thestudy thestudy
study and discussion of questions of na natlcnal
ticnal importance to aid thus In the thecrystallization thecrystallization thecrystallization
crystallization of the most enlightened enlightenedpublic enlightenedpUblic enlightenedpublic
public opinion and when desirable to topromote toplomote topromote
promote legislation in accordance there therewith therewith therewith ¬
with The membership of the federa federation federation federation ¬
tion Is drawn from practical men of ofaflairs ofafIairs ofaffairs
affairs who are typical representatives representativesof
of the various elements in industrial life lifewho lifewho lifewho
who voluntarily work together for the thegeneral theSEmcral thegeneral
general good The subjects covered by
the organization are Immigration Indus Industrial Industrial industrial ¬
trial conciliation industrial economies economiespublic economiespubItc economiespublic
public ownership primary election re reform reform reform ¬
form and welfare work workDetails workDetails workDetails
Details Explained ExplainedSenator ExplainedSenator ExplainedSenator
Senator Clark explained in detail the theoperations theoperations theoperations
operations of the federation in relation relationto
to these subjects and in conclusion said saidUnder saidrunder saidUnder
Under the auspices of National Civic CivicFederation CivIcIfd CivicFcderation
Federation Ifd ration the second national confer conference conferencewfll conferonce ¬
once encewfll will open Tuesday In New York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity
City at which will be discussed primary
laws election laws with special refer reference reference reference ¬
ence to the form of the ballot and cor corrupt corrupt corrupt ¬
rupt practices acts as now in force in invarious invarious invarious
various state together with proposed proposedmodifications proposedmodifications proposedmodifications
modifications To this conference dele delegates delegates ddegates ¬
gates have been named by b senators mem members members members ¬
bers of congress governors mayors ma ors and andby andby andby
by regular and independent political and andcivic ahdchric andcivic
civic organizations throught the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States
Great Interest I Taken TakenGreat TakenGreat TakenGreat
Great interest Is manifested In the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first national conference The extensive extensiveuse
use of Its deliberations in shaping legis legislation le lelsIstion s sl ¬
lation l tion in different states and the wide widespread WIdespread widespread ¬
spread agitation for changes In existing existinglaws existingl existinglaws
laws l ws make the present an appropriate appropriatetime
time for this gathering Discussion of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these topics by men versed in public publicaffairs publicartslrs publicaffairs
affairs and of varied experience will not notonly notonly notonly
only broaden individual views and tend tendto tendto tendto
to correction of Illconsidered opinions opinionsbut
but will secure for the public service in incompact incompact incompact
compact form material of great value valueIn valueIn valuein
In the solution of electoral problems problemsriTTic problemsJ problemsliTTLE problemsfliftE
J
riTTic DcnuoTiny REDUCTION Mine MADE MADENew MADENew
liTTLE LI 11 li mAUtNew
New Government of England EnglandIs
Is Following Followingthe the Old in Army Armyand Armyand Armyand
and Navy Estimates EstimatesLondon
London March 6 GA A memorandum at attached attached attacked ¬
tached to the army estimates was issued issuedtonight issuedtonight issuedtonight
tonight It estimates the th expenditure for forthe forthe forthe
the current year of the army at 143630000 143630000which 14S 1486000which OOO OOOwhich
which is a a reduction of only S5OOQ 000 on the theprevious theprevious theprevious
previous year As in the case of the navy navythe navythe navythe
the new government has simply adopted adoptedthe adoptedthe adoptedthe
the estimates prepared by their predeces predecescors predecescorso
cors Thus including 180000000 for the thenavy thenavy thenavy
navy the nations defense bill is nearly nearly33O000O00
330000000 3 > > 000000 which destroys destro s any possibility possibilityof
of a large budget surplus or a sugstantIal substantialreduction sugstantIalreduction sugstantialreduction
reduction of taxation The liberal papers papersare papersare papersare
are disappointed that the government has hasseen hasseen hasseen
seen no way to effect a greater reduc reduction reduction reduction ¬
tion in national expenditure which the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country naturally hoped from a liberal liberalgovernment UberaIgovernment liberalgovernment
government pledged to retrenchment es especially especially ccpecially ¬
pecially as the cost of the army is now now50o00000
50000000 yearly more than it was a de decade decade decade ¬
cade ago At the same time It is consid considered considered considered ¬
ered by the liberal press that the army armyshould armyshould armyshould
should have a rest for a year from the theconstant theconstant theconstant
constant projects of reorganization which whichcharacterized whichcharacterized whichcharacterized
characterized its administration under Mr MrBroderick 1IrBroderick MrBroderick
Broderick and Mr ArnoldForster There Therefore Therefore Therefore ¬
fore Mr Halldanes H ldane8 decision to consider considerthe considerthe considerthe
the matter maturely before he proposed a ascheme ascheme ascheme
scheme to reduce the expenditure Is gen generally generally generaliy ¬
erally approved by tho liberal newspapers newspapersand newspapersand newspapersand
and it Is expected that In the course of oftime oftime oftime
time he will submit a plan enabling such suchreduction suchleduction suchieductlon
reduction through greater reliance upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the militia and volunteers volunteersGRIGGS volunteersGRIGGS volunteersGRIGGS
GRIGGS OF GEORGIA GEORGIACHOSEN GEORGIACHOSEN GEORGIACHOSEN
CHOSEN CHAIRMAN CHAIRMANWashington CHAIRMANVashiI1gton CHAIRMANWashington
+ Washington March 6 6Representa 6RepresentatlyeJ 6Representatire Representative +
+ tire tlyeJ J M Griggs of Georgia was wasf wasunanimously wasunanimously +
+ f unanimously chosen chairman of the theDemocratic f
+ 4 I Democratic > congressional con = essional committee committeetonight committeetonight i 4 4tonight
+ tonight at a meeting in the capitol capitolattended 4 4f
+ 4 f attended by thirtyone members of ofthe ofthe + f
+ 4 the committee Representative Bow Bowers Bowera + 4 4era
+ era of Mississippi placed Mr Griggs GriggsIn 4 + i it
+ t In nomination There were no other otherf othernominations othernominations +
+ f nominations and the secretary was wasinstructed wasinstructed +
4 + instructed to cast the entire vote for for1lr forMr 4 4Mr
+ Mr Griggs GriggsThe GriggeThe + f
4 + The following officers of the com commlttee cornmittee +
4 + mlttee were also elected without op opposItion opposition + t
4 + position posItionSecretary positionSecretary 4 4f
+ f Secretary Charles A Edwards EdwardsTexas EdwardsTexas 4 +
4 + Texas assistant secretary secretar Captain CaptainJ 4 4James +
+ J L I Pearce Tennessee treasurer treasurerJames treasurerJames +
+ James L Norris District of t Colum Columi Columbin Colunibin +
i + T bin sergeantatarms J J SInnott SInnottVirginia SinnottVIrginia SinnottVlrginia +
+ Virginia VirginiaA +
+ A committee composed of Repre Representatives Representatives 4 4sentatives
+ sentatives Lloyd of MossiurI Bowers Bowersof f fof
+ of Mississippi Finley of South Caro C2roUna Carolina + 4
+ Hna Keliher of Massachusetts and andGranger andGranger 4 4Granger +
+ Granger of Rhode Island was ap appointed appointed + f fpointed
+ pointed by b Mr Griggs to select an anexecutive anexecutive 4 4executive +
+ executive committee and choose chooseI choosemembers +
4 + members of the congressional com commlttee corninittee 4 4Hmittee
Hmittee + mlttee from states and territories territorIeswhich territorieswhich 4 4which
I + < which have no representatives In the thehou thehoure 4 4i +
i + house hou houreA e eA +
4 A financial report shows that the thecommittee 4
4 committee had 2300 cash on hand handIt handIt l f
+ < It was announced by b Chairman ChairmanGriggs ChairmanGriggs 4
I + Griggs that the committee will es estabIfsh establish + 4H
H + tablish headQuarters In Washingtonand Washington 4 +
4 + and direct the approaching congres congresslonal congressional 4
+ 4 sional campaign from this city citySUICIDE 4 4SUICIDE
+ + + + + 4 + + + tt + + + 4 + + + + tH tHSUICIDE
SUICIDE OF HOTEL MAN MANChicago MANChicago MANChicago
Chicago March 6 GHenry Henry V Bemis Bemisone Bemisone Bernieone
one of the best known hotel men in inthe inthe Inthe
the country and a member of the Chi Chicago Chicago Cliicago ¬
cago board of trade since 1876 killed killedhimself kllIedhimself kIlledhimself
himself tonight at his residence in In Indiana Indana IndIana ¬
diana avenue Mr Bemis shot himself himselfbehind hImselfbehind himselfbehind
behind the right ear causing Instant Instantdeath instantdeath instantdeath
death after four unsuccessful attempts attemptsto
to pierce his heart with a paper knife knifeFor knifeFor knifeFor
For more than two years he has been beenIn beenIn beenin
In poor health and this coupled upled with withrecent withrecent withrecent
recent heavy financial flnanclallosses losses In abusl abusiness abuslness abuslness ¬
ness ness venture Is assigned by his friends friendsfor friendstor friendsfor
for tor his suicide
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Wouldnt It Jar You t I
JURY IS 1 MAKING MAKINGUP
UP ITS REPORT REPORTNo
No Indictments Returned Yesterday Yesterdayin
in the Idaho Dynamite DynamiteCases DynamiteCases DynamiteCases
Cases CasesSpecial CasesSpecial CasesSpecial
Special to The Herald H rald From Staff Corre Correspondent Correspondent Correspondent ¬
spondent spondentCaldwell spondentCaldwelI spondentCaldwell
Caldwell Ida March 6 6Contrary Contrary to toexpectations toexpectations toexpectations
expectations the grand jury failed to toreport toreport toreport
report on what are known as the dyna dynamite drnamite dynamite ¬
mite cases today Several Indictments Indictmentswere indictmentswere indictmentswere
were returned shortly before noon but butnone butnone butnone
none of them had any connection what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever with the Steunenberg assassination assassinationIt
It Is believed here tonight tha that no Indict Indictments Indictments indictxnents ¬
ments will be returned before Thursday ThursdayAt
At that tJme Moyer Haywood Petti Pettibone Pettibone Pettibone
bone Orchard Adams and St John will willbe willbe willbe
be brought from Boise and given an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to plead for It is regarded regardedas
as certain that Indictments will be re returned returned returned ¬
turned against all of these men menConsidering menConsIdering menConsidering
Considering the Evidence EvidenceThe
The grand jury Is In session tonight tonightNo tonightNo tonightNo
No testimony was taken on the dynamite dynamitecases dynamitecases dynamitecases
cases today and the jury Is merely con considering con considering considering ¬
sidering the evidence that has been beenplaced beenplaced beenplaced
placed before it It is not at all likely likelythat 1fkelythat likelythat
that any new testimony will be heard heardtomorrow heardtomorrow heardtomorrow
tomorrow either for the grand jury If Ifreports Ifreports Ifreports
reports are correct has already heard heardenough heardenough heardenough
enough to convince it that the accused accusedshould accusedshould accusedshould
should be held for trial The time In Intervening intervening Intervening ¬
tervening between now and Thursday will willbe wlUbe wiUbe
be spent merely In preparing the official officialfindings officialfindings officialfindings
findings findingsAll All Quiet at Caldwell CaldwellCaldwell CaldwellCaldweII CaidwellCaldwell
Caldwell in spite of some lurid reports reportsto
to the contrary is absolutely quiet and andunexclted andunexcited andunexcited
unexcited Every stranger is viewed with withmore withmore withmore
more or less suspicion and some entirely entirelyharmless entirelyharmless entirelyharmless
harmless individuals have been made the thebasis thebasis thebasis
basis for sensational reports of plans to toblow toblow toblow
blow up various people connected with withthe withthe withthe
the case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The atorneys for both sides remained remainedin
in Boise today and will undoubtedly stay stayhere stayhere stayhere
here until they are officially notified re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding the hour when the Indictments Indictmentswill indictmentswUl
will be b returned J L I PRIEST PRIESTVISIT PRIESTVISIT PRIESTVISIT
VISIT TO THE GOVERNOR GOVERNORDefense GOVERNORDefense GOVERNORDefense
Defense Has Charge Against Fore Foreman Foreman Foreman ¬
man of Grand Jury JuryBoise JuryBoise JuryBoise
Boise Ida March 6 GIt It is stated that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the defense in the assassination cases in inmoving inmoving Inmoving
moving to quash the indictments will rely relyupon relyupon relyupon
upon three points Only one of these has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been learned It Is based upon a visit visitmade visitmade visltmade
made by A B Moss foreman of the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury to Boise on Sunday after the thejury thejury thejury
jury was organized and before it began beganconsideration beganconsideration beganconsideration
consideration of these cases He came camehere camehere camehere
here with 1th another member of the jury to toattend toattend toattend
attend the funeral of Alexander Rossi a aformer aformer aformer
former resident of Payette the home hometown hometown hometown
town of both jurymen and a man widely widelyknown widelyknown widelyknown
known throughout this section During Duringthe Duringthe Duringthe
the evening on Sunday the governor and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Moss sat on a a lounge in the rotunda rotundaof
of the Idanha hotel and conversed for a afew afew afew
few minutes minutesFoundation minutesFoundation minutesFoundation
Foundation of the Charge ChargeThis ChargeThis ChargeThis
This Is to be made the foundation of ofa ota ofa
a charge according to the information informationthat
that Mr Moss came here to consurt with withthe withthe i ithe
the governor about the work of the grand grandjury grandjury grandjury
jury and that he was closeted with the thehead thehead thehead
head of the state government for an hour houror
or more As the two men are personal personalfriends personalfriends personalfriends
friends of many years no one thought thoughtanythIng thoughtanything i ianything
anything of it when they saw them chat chatting chatting chatting ¬
ting together but persons active in the theinterest theInterest theinterest
interest of the defense started the story storythat storythat storythat
that there had been a consultation over overthe overthe overthe
the work of the jury The governors at attention attention attention ¬
tention was called to this rumor at the thetime thetime thetime
time and he then said that he had not notspoken notspoken notspoken
spoken to Mr Moss at any other time timethan timethan timethan
than when they sat down there In the therotunda therotunda therotunda
rotunda and talked for a few minutes on onmatters onmatters onmatters
matters having no connection with these thesecases thesecases thesecases
cases
The Bradley Case CaseIn CaseIn j jIn
In the story sent out from San Prani Praniclsco Fran Francisco Francisco
cisco respecting the attempt at npt made upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the life of Fred W Bradley president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Bunker Hill Sullivan Mining com company company company
pany it has been stated that firchard firchardthough rchard rchardthough rchardthough
though he had given the facts in the case caseIn caseIn casein
In his confession was not personally im implicated ImpIlcated jimplicated ¬
plicated In the deed The fact Is that he hestated hestated hestated
stated explicitly In his confession that he hewas hewas hewas
was commanded to commit the crime and andthat andthat andthat
that he personally placed the bomb He HeContinued HeContinued HeContinued
Continued on Page 2
ACTS COME mm THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS HlffllSNew
New York County Grand Jury Ready to Indict Officers and andTrustees andTrustees andTrustees
Trustees of Large Corporations Who Diverted DivertedMoney DivertedMoney DivertedMoney
Money for Campaign Purposes
New York March 6 GThe The New York Yorkcounty Yorkcounty Yorkcounty
county grand jury today made a present presentment presentment presentment ¬
ment reciting that the grand jury had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been informed by the district attorney attorneythat attorneythat attorneythat
that there is reasonable ground to believe believethat believethat believethat
that within the statute of o limitations limitationsofficers limitationsofficers limitationsofficers
officers or trustees of large corporations corporationshave corporationshave corporationshave
have contributed contribiftectmOney < Tmoney money topolitlcal t olltl T 5ata 5atapaign d in inpaign i ipaign
paign funds The jury asks advice of ofJustice ofJustice ofJustice
Justice OSullivan of the court of gen general general genoral ¬
eral sessions to whom the presentment presentmentwas
was made as to the future course to be bepursued bepursued bepursued
pursued by the jury The presentment is isaccompanied isaccompanied isaccompanied
accompanied by a long statement of facts factssetting factssetting factssetting
setting forth that it can be shown by bylawful bylawful bylawful
lawful evidence beyond a reasonable reasonabledoubt reasonabledoubt reasonabledoubt
doubt that such payments of money have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The grand jury finds Itself in doubt as asto asto asto
to whether the making of these payments paymentsconstitutes pa paymentsconstitutes ents entsconstitutes
constitutes a crime and it is upon this thispoint thispoint thispoint
point especially that the advice of Jus Justice Justice Justice ¬
tice OSullivan is asked the grand jury jurynot jurynot jurynot
not being willing to give further time timeto timeto timeto
to investigation along these lines unless
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BOYCOTT IS NOT EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVETrade EFFECTIVETrade EFFECTIVETrade
Trade of the United States StatesWith StatesWith StatesWith
With China Increases as asthe asthe asthe
the Months Roll By BYlWashinston By1Washington
Washington March 6 GIn In view of the thewidespread thewidespread thewidespread
widespread feeling regarding the effect effectof effectof effectof
of the Chinese boycott of American goods goodsSecretary goodsSecretary goodsSecretary
Secretary Metcalf of the department of ofcommerce ofcommerce ofcommerce
commerce and labor today gave gate out a astatement astatement
showing the amount of ex exports exports cxports ¬
ports from this country to China by bynionths b bmonths bymonths
months from July Jul 1904 to January 1905 1S05and 1905nd 1905nd
and nd from July 1905 to January 1905 re respectively respectively respectively ¬
spectively It appears from this that the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total exports for the seven months end endIng ending endIng
Ing January Januar 1905 amounted to 23432948 23432948whereas 23432948whereas 2343294Swhereas
whereas for the seven months ending endingJanuary endingJanuaI endingJanuary
January JanuaI 1906 they equaled 28862080 862GSO or ora ora ora
a total increase of 5429732 5429732The 5429732The 5429732The
The shipments of cotton cloth goods goodsfor goodsfor goodsfor
for the period I > erlod first mentioned amounted amountedto
to 12947630 while for the seven months monthsending monthsending monthsending
ending January 1906 they were 19606
848 848There There was likewise an Increase In the theexports theexports theexports
exports of copper Ingots the amounts amountsbeing amountsbeing amountsbeing
being stated at 1478197 for the period periodending periodending periodending
ending January 1905 and at 31958oO for forthe forthe forthe
the period ending January 1906 1906shown 1906A iiiO6A
A decrease of nearly 5 56 per cent Is Isshown isshown
shown in the exports of mineral oils the theamount theamount theamount
amount of such shipments for the seven sevenmonths sevenmonths sevenmonths
months ending January 1905 being 5
232307 whereas they were only 2696066 26066for 2606066for 2696066for
for the same period of time up to Janu January January January ¬
ary 1906 1906The 1906The 1906The
The statement shows that the exports exportsof
of o the products named were vastly less lessin Jessin lessin
in January 1906 than they were in the themonth themonth themonth
month preceding cotton goods falling off offil34000 offto offto
to the extent of 360000 cOVoper copper ingots
il34000 134000 and mineral oils 297960 297 291J60SUSAN 297960SUSAN 60 60J 60SUSAN
J
SUSAN B ANTHONY IS ISDYING ISDYING ISDYING
DYING OF PNEUMONIA PNEUMONIARochester
Rochester March 6 6Miss Miss Susan SusanB
B Anthony is seriously ill at her herhome herhome herhome t
home here of pneumonia which de developed developed developed
veloped on her return from a recent recentvisit recentvisit + f fvisit
visit to Washington Her physician physicianDr f fDr
Dr Ricker said today todayJiss todayHiss r + f fMiss
Miss Anthonys left lung is now nowaffected f faffected paffected
affected by pneumonia Her right rightlung rightlung rightlung +
lung has practically closed She is isstill Isstill Isstill +
still unable to retain nourishment nourishmentand f fand
and consequently is very weak It is isdifficult IsdiffIcult Isdifficult +
difficult to say now what the change changemay changemay + f fmay
may be beMiss beMiss + T
Miss Anthony showed a slight im Improyement f fprovement 4 4provement
provement this afternoon afternoonH afternoont + 4 4t4 >
+ H t + t + M + + M + + M + + f + + + t4 + 4 + t M + ± M4H M4HREFORM + + + + + t 4REFORM tREFORM
REFORM IS BLOCKED BLOCKEDHarrlsburg BLOCKEDHarrisburg BLOCKEDHarrisburg
Harrisburg Pft March 6 6Governor 6GovernorPennypacker 6GovernorPennypacker Governor GovernorPennypacker
Pennypacker today vetoed several resolu resolutions resolutions resolulions ¬
tions for an investigation into the affairs affairsof
of railroads raUro ds of the stats because they theywere theywere theywere
were not germane to the call of the recent recentspecial recentspecial recentspecial
special session of the legislature The Theresolution Theresolution
resolution for an extra session to enact a a2cent n2cent a2cent
2cent passenger rate law was also ve vetoed vetoed yetoed ¬
toed
r
BILLS ALL STOLEN STOLENFrankfort STOLENi STOLENFrankfort
+ Frankfort Ky March 6 6Repre 6Representative 6Representative Repre + f fsentative
+ sentative Simmons today reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
+ that all copies of his bill to suppress suppresspool SUI suppresspool = p ress resspool +
i ± pool rooms have been stolen from fromthe fromthe fromthe +
+ the records of the state senate In InveSUgatfon Investigation 4 +
+ f vestigation will be made s +
4 + + 4 + I r r
the facts can be proved to have been beencommitted beencommitted beencommitted
committed against at1 nst the law lawJustice lawJustice lawJustice
Justice OSullivan after hearing the thepresentment thepresentment thepresentment
presentment replied that he would ad advise ad1se advise ¬
vise the th grand jury upon the questions questionsasked questionsasked
asked ked In a few days daysUNDER daysUNDER daysUNDER
UNDER AN ASSUMED NAME NAMEReturn NAMEReturn NAMEReturn
Return of Andrew J Hamilton From FromSojourn FromSojourn FromSojourn
Sojourn in Europe EuropeNew EuropeNew EuropeNew
New York YorkiIarch March 6 6Andrew Andrew J Hamil ¬
ton the executive agent for five large
insurance companies whose name was wasprominently wasprominently Vasprominently
prominently mentioned in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the recent r cent Investigation of life in insurance insurance insurance ¬
surance companies returned to New York Yorktoday Yorktoday Yorktoday
today He returned on the steamer
Deutschlan and was registered on the thepassenger thepassenger thepassenger
passenger list as W Milton Hamilton Hamiltonsaid HamlItonsaid Hamiltonsaid
said that as soon as he heard that crim criminal crimInal crimmat ¬
inal proceedings were contemplated he hedecided hedecided hedecided
decided to return to the United States
SCHVAB LEAVES FOR EAST EASTSteel EASTSteel
Steel Magnate III at Los Ange Angeles AngelesPaliy AngelesParty
les lesPaliy Party Hurrying Back Backto Backto j
to New York YorkLos York1Los
Los Angeles March 6 6Charles Charles M MSchwab MSchwab MSchwab
Schwab former president of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Steel corporation who arrived arrivedhere arrivedhere arrivedhere
here Saturday night left for the east eastlast east188t eastlast
last night Far from well when he hereached hereached hereached
reached Los Angeles he was vas unable to toleave toleave toleave
leave his bed yesterday and only with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great exercise of will was he able to togo togo togo
go to his private car from the Jonathan Jonathanclub Jonathanclub Jonathanclub
club rooms where he had been a guest guestsince guestsince guestsince
since his arrival arrivalThe arrivalThe arrivalThe
The party consiste3 consisteikof of cIt Mr Schwab Dr
M R Ward C D Gouldin John Glea Gleason Gleason Gleason
son Donald Gillis John McKane E A AMamer AlIarner AMamer
Mamer W E Wharton James Mont Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery ¬
gomery and C CD D Whittemore WhittemoreEl
El Paso Tex March 6 Accompanied GAccompaniedbr Accompaniedby
by br a party of eighteen persons Charles Charlesis
M 1 Schwab the steel magnate arrived In InEl inEl inEl
El Paso In a private car tonight It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was stated that Mr Schwab Intended go goIng goIng golag
Ing to Mexico but being ill he hurried on onto onto onto
to New York from El Paso over the theKeck theReck theRcck
Keck Island railway railwayPENITENTIARY railwayI railwayPENITENTIARY railwayPENITENTIARYFOR I
PENITENTIARY PENITENTIARYFOR FOR LIFE LIFEGeorge LIFEGeorge LIFEGeorge
George Hasty Sentenced for Murder Murderof
of Bennett and Davison DavtsonRaleigh DavisonRaleigh DavisonRaleigh
Raleigh N C March 6 GThe The jury in inthe 1nthe Inthe
the Hasty case at Gaffney S C to today t tday tday ¬
day returned a verdict of guilty The Theprisoner Theprisoner Thcprisoner
prisoner was recommended to the mercy mercyof
of the court courtHasty courtHpsty courtElasty
Hasty was tried for the murder of Mi Milan 1IfIan ij ijIan ¬
Ian Bennett and Abbott Davison mem members members members ¬
bers of the Nothing But Money com company compan cornpany ¬
pany panySeveral pan
panSeveral Several women members of the com company compmy company ¬
pany had complained that George Hasty Hastya Hast Hastn
a hotel proprietor attempted to enter entertbeir enterweir entertheir
weir rooms Bennett and Davison de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded an apology from Hasty and in inquarrel a aquarrel aquarrel
quarrel over it were killed killedHastys killedHastys killedHastys
Hastys plea was self defense Hasty Hastywas Hastywas Hastywas
was sentenced to the penitentiary for forlife forlife forlife
life lifeBUTTE lifeBUTTE lifeBUTTE
BUTTE LAWYER SOAKED SOAKEDHEAVILY SOAKEDHEAVILY SOAKEDHEAVILY
HEAVILY FOR CONTEMPT CONTEMPTButte
Butte Mont March 6 GPeter Peter Breen Breenone Breenone Breenone
one of f the best known attorneys in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city was fined 500 for contempt of ofcourt ofcourt ofcourt
court today by Judge Michael Donlon Donlonwho Donlonwho Donionwho
who punished the lawyer la eyer for accusing accusingthe1
the1 tht Judge of having deliberately drawn drawnthe drawnthe drawnthe
the jury panel In an irregular manner manneroffering mannerofferIng manneroffering
offering to the judge to prove his ac accusation acusation acdusation ¬
cusation if the court would permit him himself himself himself ¬
self and several se eral of the courts officers officersto
to be called as witnesses The proceed proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ings aroused the ire of the judge in no nounmistakable nounmIstakable nounmistakable
unmistakable manner he binging his hisfist hisfist hisfist
fist down on the desk with a thump thumpthat thumpthat thumpthat
that resounded throughout t the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room and after scoring Breen in an anoutburst anoutburst anoutburst
outburst of wrath seldom heard h ard from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the bench he imposed im > os dthe the fine Breen Breenwill Breenwm BreenWillappeal
will Willappeal appeal p ef11 to thesupreme the he supreme court
0
n Bill BOARDS BOARDSNEW I II
I NEW HIGH HIGHSCHOOL HIGHSCHOOLBusiness SCHOOL SCHOOLBusiness
Business Social and Literary Organ Organizations Organizations Organizations ¬
izations to War for Civic CivicReform CivicReform CivicReform
Reform ReformMASS ReformMASS ReformMASS
MASS MEETING PLANNED PLANNEDMANY
MANY REFORMS REFORMSTO TO BE TAKEN TAKENUP TAKENUP TAKENUP
UP AND PUSHED PUSHEDResolved PUSHEDuResolveJ PUSHEDResolveJ
Resolved That it is the sense of this thismeeting thtsmeeting thismeeting
meeting that the organization of a civic clviefederation elicfederation civicfederation
federation or society soclet for the betterment bettermentof
of the physical conditions in Salt Lake Lakeis
is Imperatively necessary necessa and that this thismeeting thI thImeeting thismeeting
meeting recommends recom ends to the various wo womens womens womens ¬
mens clubs and business and social or organizations organizations organizatlons ¬
ganizations of the city the appointment appointmentof
of a committee of one from each organi organization organization organiration ¬
zation to meet at an early carl date with the theobject theobject theobject
object of forming such an association associationAn associationhAn
hAn An end to billboards billboardsGreater bIllboardsGreater billboardsGreater
Greater civic beauty
Cleaner streets streetsA
A new high school schoolSuch schoolSuch schoolSuch
Such was the determination reached by bythe bythe bythe
the twelve women representing the wo womens womens womens ¬
mens clubs cl tbs and the five men represent representing representing representing ¬
ing the business organizations of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake at a meeting held yesterday after afternoon afternoon afteriioon ¬
noon in the rooms of the Commercial club clubThe clubThe clubThe
The meeting m eting was presided over by Judge JudgeE
E F Colborn and lasted from 3 ocloclc ocloclcuntil oclocltntll oclockuntil
until ntll after 5 I oclock Every man and andwoman andwoman andwoman
woman present spoke on the need of civic civicpride civicpridb civicpridt
pride and Improvement and all expressed expressedthe
the opinion that Salt Lake is lacking in ineach Ineach ineach
each eachIf eachIf eachrt
If the plans of the meeting of yesterday yesterdaycarry yesterdaycarry esterdaycar
carry car there will be held next Wednes Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day night a meeting of the committee committeeasked committeeasked committeeasked
asked for in the above resolution At the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming meeting there will be laid plans plansfor plansfor
for a monster mass meeting where civic civicimprovement civicimprovement
improvement will be taken up and settled settledto
to a large degree degreeOf degreeOf degreeOf
Of all matters to be taken up the meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing yesterday voiced voic d the opinion that the thebill thebill thebill
bill board nuisance and the need of a new newhigh n newhigh w whigh
high school are the most important importantThe importantThe importantThe
The knell of the bill boards Is being beingsounded beingsounded beingsounded
sounded say those at the head of the thenew thenew thenew
new movement If the plans carry to tostreet tocompletion tocompletion
completion Salt Lak Lake awl1I no longer have havestreet havestreet
street after street filled with unsightly unsightlyand unsightland unsightlyand
and dangerous boards boardsCommittee boardsCommittee boardsCommittee
Committee for New School SchoolSimultaneous SchoolSimultaneous SchoolSimultaneous
Simultaneous with the movement to end endthe endthe endthe
the bill board nuisance en effort will ill be bemade bemade bemade
made to procure fpr the city cit a new and andndeouate andrdequate andrdequate
rdequate high schoo 1 A committee con consisting consisting consisting ¬
sisting of Mrs rsFjsh Fisher Harris Mrs Wil William Wil11am ViI ViIliam ¬
liam C Jennings O H Hewlett Charles CharlesA
A Quigley T T Harris Judge E F Col Colborn Colborn Colborn
born Mrs lirsS MrsSpencer Spencer ncer Clawson and Mrs A AV AY ATaylor
V Taylorwas Taylor Was as appointed to wait on the theschool theschool theschool
school board and make formal request requestfor requestfor requestfor
for the building of a new school for the thepupils thepupils thepupils
pupils In the th higher grades gradesIn
In commenting on the high school in inadequacy inadequacy inadequacy ¬
adequacy Mrs Harris and Mrs Jennings Jenningswho Jennll1gswho Jenningswho
who have made a thorough Investigation Investigationof
of the conditions existing stated that It Itis Itis itis
is now necessary for two boys bo s or two twogirls twogirls twogirls
girls to occupy one seat In a t room room be because hecause ¬
cause of the cramped quarters It is also alsonecessary alsonecessary
necessary they said foe fo the thepupns pupils to tomake tomake
make fifteen trips up and down the stairs stairsfrom stairsfrom stairsfrom
from the first to the upper stories of the theschool theschool theschool
school building bufl fn In going to and from fromclasses fromclasses fromclasses
classes This has worked such a hard hardship llardship hardship ¬
ship on somo of the younger girls that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they have been rendered ill and have been beenforced beenforced beenforced
forced to leave school entirely It is also alsosaid aJsosaid alsosaid
said that the building Is a fire trap and andwere andwere andwere
were a fir fire to break out at any time timethere titrethere timethere
there would be great loss of life The Thesanitary Thesanitary Thesanitary
sanitary conditions at the school are bad badit badIt badit
it Is claimed and many man pupils have been beenunable beenunable beenunable
unable to contmue their studis bcause of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this thisIt thisIt thisIt
It is planned by the leaders of the themovement thomovement themovement
movement to have all streets and alleys alleyscleaned alleyscleaned alleyscleaned
cleaned up at once oDl e The appointment of often often often
ten sanitary inspectors in addition to the theforce theforce theforce
force already allead employed emplo ed vill be asked by bythe b bthe bythe
the society societ It is proposed to have flow flowers flowers flowers ¬
ers and other ornaments placed along the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets and avenues The pavement of ofmore ofmore ofmore
more streets will be asked A uniform uniformity uniformity uniformlty ¬
ity of lot lines will be demanded and a anumber anumber anumber
number of othar oth r improvements looking lookingtowards lookingtowards lookingtowards
towards civic beauty will be agitated agitatedThose agitatedThose agitatedThose
Those at the Meeting MeetingThose MeetingThose MeetingThose
Those who attended the meeting yes yesterday yesterdav yesterday ¬
terday and the organizations they repre represented represented represeated ¬
sented were Charles A Quigley Com Commercial Commercial Cornmercial ¬
mercial clubr E F Colborn and E L LPritchard LPritchard LPritchard
Pritchard Real Estate issociatlon J T TManufacturers THarrIs THarris
HarrIs UnIversity club O lL Hewlett HewlettManufacturers HewlettManufacturers
Manufacturers Merchants association associationMrs associationlIrs associationMrs
Mrs Ledyard M Bailey Mrs William WilliamJennings WilIiamJennings WilliamJennings
Jennings Mrs Fisher Harris Mrs A J JGorham 3Gorbam JGorham
Gorham Ladies LIt Lltrary > rary society Mrs C CJ CJ
J Crabtree Reviewers club Mrs J H HPowers HPowers HPowers
Powers Salt Lake Womens Tom Ils club Mrs MrsSpencer MrsSpencer MrsSpencer
Spencer Clawson Cleofan club Mrs C J JFreund 3Freund JFreund
Freund Jewish Lidies club Mrs rrs Mar Martha Martha far farthn ¬
tha J T Watson Mrs A V Taylor l3 lor Ladles LadlesAuxiliary LadlesAuxIUary LadiesAuxliary
Auxiliary to the M M 1 A Mrs R H HThompson HThompson HThompson
Thompson Seekers club Mrs Critchlow CritchlowUtah CritchlowUtah CritchlowUtah
Utah Womans Press club clubGCUCDA clubGENERAL clubGENEA
GENERAL cntKAL OTJUT STAFF 81 AFF PDiTlPIOCn uKliluibtU CRITICISfOSenators CRITICISEDSenators uKliluibtUSenators
Senators Hale Hale1 Carter and Gal Gallinger Gallinger Gallinger
linger Combat anAttempt anAttemptto an Attempt Attemptto
to Enlarge the Army ArmyWashington ArnlYWashlngVm Army1Washington
Washington March 6 GThe The question of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the enlargement of the medical depart department department department ¬
ment of the army arI 1y occupied the major por portion portion pertion ¬
tion of the time of the senate today The Thequestion Thequestion Thequestion
question arose In connection with the con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration of a bill for the displacement displacementof
of contract surgeons by physicians who whoshall whoshall whoshall
shall be given the rank of army offi officers officers officers ¬
cers and the reorganization of the medi medical medical medical ¬
cal corps Mr Half > criticized the bill as asan asan asan
an entering wedge for an increase of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army and as a part of a general plan of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the general staff which he charged with witha
a purpose to Increase the armys import importance Importance importance ¬
ance In his remarks the senator said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the general staff was disposed to encour encourage encourage encourage ¬
age an Invasion of China Messrs Carter Carterand Carterand Carterand
and Gallinger spoke in somewhat the thesame thesame thesame
same vein of objection as did Mr Hale Halewhile HaJewhile Halewhile
while the bill was defended by Messrs MessrsWarren MessrsVarren MessrsWarren
Warren Blackburn and other senators senatorsThe senatorsThe senatorsThe
The bill was not disposed of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The only speech of the day on the state statehood statehood statehood ¬
hood bill was as made by Mr Long who whoadvocated whoadvCicated whoadvocated
advocated passage of the bill as reported reportedby
by b the committee on territories territoriesSecretary territoriesSecrefar1 territoriesSecretary
Secretary Taft occupied a seat on the thefloor theCloor thefloor
floor of the senate sena e while the army arm bill billwas billvtas billwas
was under consideration considerationLEGISLATURE considerationlEGISLATUBE considelationLEGISLATUIEAFTER
LEGISLATURE LEGISLATUIEAFTER AFTER AN ANINFAMOUS ANINFAMOUS ANINFAMOUSCONSPIRACY
INFAMOUS INFAMOUSCONSPIRACY INFAMOUSCONSPIRACYColumbus CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACYColumbus
+ Columbus Colu bus 0 March 6 GhI I never nevert neverknew + f
± knew of a cbnspiracy c nsplrac so 0 infamous infamOUSso f
t + i so thoroughly steeped in crime as asthe asthe f
4 the bridge trust said Attorney Gen Geni General 4 44eral
± 4eral ernl Ellis today t > day In an argument bef befH be before before +
H + fore the house judiciary committee committeeIn 4 4Hk
i Hk + in favor of a bill providing thati that thatwitnesses thatwitnesses
+ 4 witnesses in trust investigations shall shallnot 4 + I
4 + not be Incriminated by their own ownt owntestimony 4 +
4 + testimony testimonyThis +
4 t 4 This bill If made a law he said saidwill aid aidwm + f
4 + will hurt some thieves in public pubIlcoffices 4
t 4 offices who ought to be In the pent penltentiarj 4 4tentiary
+ 4 tentiary tentiarjThe + f
+ 4 t The committee com comrnitt itq vpted to report the the4bill +
4bill 4 bIll for passage 4
+ + + + + + iHHHtf + f + + + + + + M M fr
I CCUSE DAVIS DAVISUF DAVISOF
UF TREACHERY TREACHERYI TREACHERYStraight I
Straight Americans in Council Say SayHe SayHe SayHe
He Is Trying to Wreck WreckTheir WreckTheir WreckTheir
Their Party PartySPLIT PartySPLIT i iSPLIT
SPLIT BY CONDUIT GRAB GRABMORAN GRABMORAN GRABMORAN
MORAN KELSEY PROGRAMME PROGRAMMEMAY
MAY BE DEFEATED DEFEATEDConspiracy DEFEATEDf DEFEATEDConspiracy DEFEATEDConspiracy
f
Conspiracy to wreck the oo American Amariean1party Americanparty meriean merieanparty
party is the charge made by byangry angry par partisans partJsans partisans ¬
tisans against Councilmen A J Davis Dtviaand Davisand DvIand
and Thomas Hobday who tried to rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road a resolution through the council on onMonday onlIonda onMonday
Monday lIonda night ni ht to place the entire con construction construction construction ¬
struction of the conduit together with IUi the tharight U16right theright
right to determine how much money moneyShould moneVl10uld moneYhould
Should be expended on it in the th hands of ofa ofa t ta
a committee to be appointed by Mr Davis Daviswho Daviswho Daviswho
who Is president of the council councilMr councilMr councilMr
Mr Davis is credited with an ambition ambltio
to be mayor His fellow Americans uAmerIcansaccuse Americansaccuse Amerinsaccuse
accuse him of yearning for 1r the Republic Republican ¬
an nomination for that office They ac accuse aecuse a acuse ¬
cuse him of predicting that the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can party will be beaten In the county count countelection countselection
election this fall and that by the time of
the next municipal election it will have havevanished hAovanished havevanished
vanished off of the face of the earth They Theycharge TheVcharg Theycharge
charge that he seeks to secure control o of t
the conduit construction in order to take takucare tflKucare takecare
care of workers who will aid him In the thaaccomplishment thtacco theaccomplishment
accomplishment acco = npJishment of his political ambitions ambitionsAlliance ambitionsAlliance ambItionsAlliance
Alliance Is Dissolving DissolvingThe
The fact is that the alliance formed be ¬
tween the straight Americans and
Davis and Hob1ay for the ofgnnlzation ofgnnlzationand
and control control of the council is being dis dissolved disso1OO diesolved ¬
solved in a flood of susoicion and doubt
The straight Americans accuse Davis Davisand DAvisnnd Davisand
and Hobday of not playing fair and o oall 0all of ofall
all sorts of political jobbery
Davis and Hobday were elected to tha thacouncil thacounclI thecouncil
council as Republicans They are Iioll Iiollovers 1011overs iaollovera
overs When the Americans carried the thecity thecity
city last fall they found themselves un unable unable unable ¬
able to organize the th council without the thavotes thootes thevotes
votes of the two Republicans and an al alliance alHance alliance ¬
liance was formed for that purpose an analliance allaJUance analliance
alliance which bids fair to split over the thaconduit theconduit theconduit
conduit matter matterWhat matterWhat matterWhat
What Davis Received ReceivedAs R = ceived ceiveds
As s the price of his alliance with 1th the thaAmericans th6rnerlca theAmericans
Americans rnerlca s Davis D vis demanded and re received received received ¬
ceived the presidency of the council and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two places on the city payroll His father fatherwas fatherwas fatherwas
was given a place in the water depart department dewtment department ¬
ment and his sister was given a position positionin
in the land and water commissioners of office otflce offlee ¬
flee ficeHobday Hobday as the price of his alliance with withthe withthe withthe
the Americans secured the appointment appointmentof
of Fred Spencer Sp ncer iis relative as plumbing
inspector After fter securing what 1Ih they want wanted wanted Wanted ¬
ed Davis and Hobday joined with the theAmericans theAmericans theAmericans
Americans and helped organize the thncouncil thAcouncil thecouncil
council Davis prooiised pro iseJ among other otherthings otherthings otherthings
things that he would stand with the thoAmericans thethrouhout theAmerlcns
Americans throuhout throughout tue t tbeaUre eatire tQ two twoyears twoYer wo woyears
years Yer and an that tha promise promls it j te alieged e e he
has broken by trying to secure sure as his hi per personal pr persotial ¬
sonal sl pertrtrtstte pre the th construction Asrun of the theBig theBig theBig
Big CottojrwHXl CoOWoeQ cpoduit cpoduitPatriots cdpiLP It 0
Patriots Patri P tri tsAre tsAre tsAreThe Are DivfSeti DivfSetiThe it a aTit
The Tit Americans Aericls are badly bdiy divided dlked aa aato a asto
to the advisbitY advisability of accepting acceptng the te pro programme progamme prograinme ¬
gramme gamme of City Cit Engineer EngneP L C ICefeev ICefeevand Ielev Ielevand Kelsevand
and Contractor P J Moran on fto t spend sQendfQ sipend75ooo
fQ 75000 irt Ii extras extrs on tha thaeonduk oOndvtt Cni Since SinceDavis Sb1C9Da1s lnce lnceDavis
Davis sprung sprng his coup C tp Mdrfftny Jl yeeln evening eveninga
a move in which wl ch the wily wfr Mr Moran Morn is isaccused Isacuse Isaccused
accused acuse of having having a a finger fingerthey they are more moredivided moredivided moredivided
divided than ever As A the matter stands standstoday stds stdstoar standstoday
today toar they are lined lned up as a follows followsFor folow followsFor
For the extras extrs or for for anything else elsePat elsePat eIsaPat
Pat Moran demands demtdsDvls demandsDavis Davis Black BlackHobday BlackHoba BlackJiobday
Hobday HobdayAgainst Hoba HobaAgnnst JiobdayAgainst
Against Agnnst extras and hostile hostie to David Davidet DavIS DavISet
et al 2MuIYe alMulvey Mulvey Carter ODonnell ODonnel Ferry FerryDoubtful FernDoubtfulCrabtree FerryDoubtfulCrabtree
Doubtful DoubtfulCrabtree Crabtree Martin MartinInasmuch MartinInasmuch MartinInasmuch
Inasmuch as it has ha practically pnutclly been beenagreed beenwre beenagreed
agreed wre that the th matter of extras etras shall shal be besettled b bsetted bsettled
settled setted In an American Aericn caucus cucus this poll pollwould pl pollwould
would indicate indicte a 8 lively lvely t tme me In prospect prospectwhen plospet plospetwhen prospe prospewhen
when the caucus is called CIed to order orderWhere orderWhere orderWhere
Where Davis Broke Faith FaithWhat FaithWhat FaithWhat
What angers some of the UAmerC8n9 UAmerC8n9particularly Americans Americansparticularly AmerIcansparticularly
particularly is that Davis should slud cause to tdbe tobe tObe
be offered ofered his grab gab resolution resoluton in ad advance adance advance ¬
vance ance of the caucus caucus They say that tat it itwas itwa itwas
was wa understood understoo all al around aound that the cau caucus caucus caucue ¬
cus should determine the course to be berursued b berursued
rursued In the conduit matter mter and accuse accuseDavis acuse acuseDavis accuseDavis
Davis of breaking that agreement They Theysay Tey Teysa Theysay
say sa it was agreed ageed that all action acton was ws to tobedeferred tob tobe
bedeferred b be defered deferred until unti the return of Council Councilman CouncUman Councilman
man Ferry Fe from the east eastThe eat eatThe eastThe
The conduit grab gb is a long way from fromaccomplishment fromaccomplshment fromaccornplishmen
accomplishment accomplshment t now The Te antiDavi antiDavicontingent antDvi antDvicontn antiDaviscontingent
contingent contn ent will wil not consent to a caucus caucusuntil caucuscntU caucusuntil
until Ferry returns reurns Without Wihout caucus ac action at action ¬
tion the grab gb is out of the question queston fo fothe for forthe feCthe
the Democrats Democrts are ar against it i to a man manSo manSo manSo
So Davis Engineer Kelsey Kelse and the en entire entre entire ¬
tire tre Moran contingent contngent are a forced to wait waituntil waitcntl waituntil
until cntl Ferry returns returs and then ten to take tae un uncertain uncertain uncertain ¬
certain chances in a caucus caucusKelsey caucusKelsey caucusKelsey
Kelsey Is Pleading PleadingCity PJeadingClt PleadingCity
City Clt Engineer Kelsey Kelse and his hi friends friendsare
are alarmed over the outlook outook and are in inclined inclne indined ¬
dined clne to plead They ooint out that If if ifthe f fthe
the extras > xtrs are turned dcwn de wn the Amer American Americn Amerlean ¬
lean icn party will wi be placed In the attitude attitudeof atttude atttudef
of f discrediting discreditng Its Is own engineer In fact factshould factbhould factehould
should the extras extr be turned down dow there thereis
is a fine prospect that a new city cit engi engineer engio engioreer engireer ¬
reer will wi be b appointed appointedMayor appointe appointedMayor
Mayor Thompson Tompson while whie at first Irt In Inclined Ineined indined ¬
dined eined to favor the programme progamme for ex extras e etrs extias ¬
tras trs is reported to be b nighly indignant indignantat IndIgant IndIgantat
at what he is reported to have termed termedDavis tened tenedDa1s termedDavis
Davis hoggishness hogishnes and rd the result la lathat 1Mthat Isthat
that he can no longer be counted as asleIable asteliable i itellable
tellable leIable supporter of the Moran aggrega aggregation aggega aggregalion
lion
ton tonRESCUED
RESCUED FROM DEATH DEATHCaptain DEATHCaptain DEATHCaptain
Captain Barr and Crew of Nine Men MenHave MenHave MenHave
Have Terrible Experience ExperienceBoston ExperienceBoston ExperienceBoston
Boston March 6 GA A story of hardship hardshipat
at sea se was told by Captain Bliss Blss Barr and anOthis andhs andhis
his hs crew of nine men of the schooner schoonerMary shoonel schoonerMary
Mary Manning who were landed here to today today today ¬
day by the British Brtsh steamer stPmlr Castilde CasUde from fromSouth fromSouth fromSouth
South America Americ The Mannings Innlns men were weretaken weretakpp weretaken
taken takpp from their waterlogged and sink sinking sinking sinking ¬
ing vessel vesel last lat Sunday night after afer they the thehad theyhad
had endured more than four days das of vio violent vIolent yb yblent ¬
lent storm clinging clnging to the afterhouse afterhoue of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their vessel and almost wholly wholy deprived deprivedof deprive
of food and water waterThe wter wterThe waterThe
The captain cptain and his nine Ine men had been beenwaiting beenwating beenwaiting
waiting for what seemed seem d crtin certain death deathfar deth dethfor deathfar
far 10 hours when the Castilde Ctnde sighted sightedthe sighte sightedthe
the wreck and rescued recued the men after aftergreat afer afergt aftergreat
great gt difficulty difficult The loss los of the he Manning
first frst became known lmowi yesterday yesterdayRELIEF yesterdayRELIEF esterdayRELEF
RELIEF RELEF FUND STARTED STARTEDSan
San Francisco rnhco March 6 6A A fund for the therelief thereUef therelief
relief of the victims victms of the Tahiti storm stormhas stormhas stormhas
has teen ten started 8ttted in this city It I Is in incharge Incharge incliare
charge of FreixchAmerlcan FreichAmercan bank b k and al alleady alledy altoady
toady ledy amounts aounts to several sever hundred ant dollars dollarsIt doInr dolIarIt
It is expected expectpd that a large sum will wi ba baKised burrlsed bert
Kised rt iced before the sailing saIng of the next nextsteamer nextsteaer nextsteamer
steamer steaer for Pajeete PajeeteLACKED PaeteLACKED PaieeteLACKED
LACKED THE AUTHORITY AUTHORITYTrenton AUTHORITYTrenton AUTHORITYTrenton
Trenton N J afarch 1areh a h 6TThe tTh2 sunrema sunremacourt snprecourt
supre9 supre9court
court today tOd8 decided thatSTustice that us Ca Garjet Garjetson GaI Gaietson ct ctson
son has hs no authority authorf to grant gr nt the motion motionfor moton motonor motionfor
for or a nejv n trial for Mrs lrs Antoinette Tolla Tollanjw Tollanow lln
now now amtfer sentence nt if death d lth Jusuca JUS Cd
Garrftson G on had certified the t case cae to the thasrtfpraina thegttprethclcourt
srtfpraina gttprethclcourt ipr tJ a court for fQradid advi5e cJc > ±

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