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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD HERALDTSDAMA1Hi3 TUESDAY MARCH 13 1906
POOR KANSANS KANSANSV KANSANSVERESHUT
V VERESHUT RE SHUT OUT OUTStory
Story of ofth the Baise 1 ise se of Hallway Rateson Rates Batev Rateson
v h on the Independent Oil OilProducers OilProducers OilProducers
Producers ProducersSOME ProducersSOE
5 5SOME
SOME STRONG TESTIMONY TESTIMONYINQUIRY TESTIMONYJ TESTiMONYINQUIRY
J INQUIRY QUIRY WAS WASORDERED ORDERED BY CON CONGRESS CONGRESS CONGRESS
GRESS GRESSKansas GRESSr GRESS51ty
r
Kansas 1 pns s pity March arch 12 1Actfng ± Acting up upon upon Upr
on r resolutions jotseed Dss < f by both houses house9f houses9f
9f 9f congreas CQugrea the th three members of th thinterstate the theIntorst theinterstate
interstate Intorst e commerce commission be began began began
gan an Investigation Investi tlon today In th thfeharges the thebharges thebhares >
feharges made by independent pro producers producers prothicers
ducers of Kansas Kan that the railroads o oKansas of ofanSJlS ofKan
Kan Kansas anSJlS discriminate in favor of tin tinStandard the theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil company in the matter matteof matterof
of oil rates r tes outside that state The Thirailroads TheraUroods TherailrolLd3
railroads involved are the Santa Fe Fethe Fethe Fethe
the Missouri Pacific the Missouri MissouriKansas MissouriKansaa MissouriKansa
Kansas Texas the St Louis anc ancSan and andSan andSan
San Franrteco Franrl Fran ico co the Rock Island the thtUnion theVn4n theUn1n
Union Pacific the Kansas City South Southern Southrh ¬
ern em rh and lId the Burlington Burlin ton The mem members members mernber ¬
bers of the th interstate commerce com commission comISiSlon cornmission ¬
mission ISiSlon who bo will make the Investiga Investigation Investigation investigatioll ¬
tion ar aNt 1 FranciB M Cockrell Judson JudsonC
C Clements and Charles A Prouty ProutyJohn ProutyTelm ProutyJchn
John T Marsh who has been in the thesouthwest theSOUttW88t thesoutliweet
southwest for the oast two weeks weeksmaking weeksnlaktng weeksmaking
making a preliminary investigation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the producers charges was present presenttoday presenttoday presenttoy
today as the attorney for the commit committee ¬
tee Frank S Monett former f < ormer attor attorney attornef ttor ttornq ¬
ney general of Ohio and Clifford CliffordThorne CliffordThorne CliffordTtorne
Thorne of Washington Wuhln ton la were pres present present present ¬
ent ae e counsel for the independent independentproducer independentprodJIceJS IndependentprodMcerS
producer The Th railways in the state statehad statehad stateha1
had representatives at the investiga investigation investigation invesUgation ¬
tion and nd there were several interest interested ¬
ed spectators Among the latter was wasf wasr wasD
f D ± > Chamberlain of Cleveland 0 Osecretary 0l 0seitry
secretary l t1Lr of the National Petroleum Petroleumassociation PetroleumatS Petroleuma1eoeIaUot
association atS IaUon comprising independent independentrefirers Independentreofjr
refirers reofjr eras of Ohio and Pennsylvania He Hesajd HeSI HesskI
sajd SI he wa Us here to watch the pro proceedings proeedin proceeding
ceedings eedin in the interests of his asso association xssolatlon assoelation ¬
elation
Filed Charges With Garfield GarfieldThe GarfieldThe GarfieldThe
The agitation tUon for the investigation investigationbegan investigationbepn investigationbegan
began today wai wa started some time timeafO timea
afO a when vb ft Clifford Thorne acting up upon upon upon ¬
on behalf of the Kansas Oil Produc Producers Producprs Producassociation ¬
ers association iotion filed with James R RGarfield Ro Itttitid
Garfield o fi ld commissioner eom mlasloner of corpora corporations corporB1Ioos corporatiolis ¬
tions it Washington a statement t tement in inivTiflttrtjagtsacBSSQf inmtIf 1L1alleged
ivTiflttrtjagtsacBSSQf mtIf t t uftSOf alleged discrimina discrimination ¬
tion against the independents In h the thematter thematter thematter
matter of rates were made This state statement state11nt statenent ¬
ment said in part partYour pArtour partour
Your our petitioners firmly believe that thatno thatno thatno
no class of shippers In the United UnitedStates UnitedState15 UnitedStates
States today are more directly affected affectedb
by b interstate rates than the independ independedft independelf
elf oil men by reason re son of the fact that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their competition controls many great greatrailroadsystems greatF8Jlro greatand
railroadsystems F8Jlro d st ms and owns lines form forming formfnt formt ¬
ing t a network nhtorkover over the American na natiofc natiott natio
tiofc tio rendering them practically inde independent Indeent lodein4ent ¬
pendent ent of the freight rates they es establish esf8b estathih ¬
tablish f8b h for their rivals to pay 1MI By BymeeSfe Byme Bym
meeSfe me m of a remarkable manipulation manipulationof
of interstate int 8te freight rates the th Stand Standard Standard Standard ¬
ard bfc 011 1 cbtnpnShy olnptny is endeavoring to tocrush toaush toCtUSh
crush all competition frem fr mtbe > the Kansas Kansasoil
oil fields to points Mflt outs outskte We of the th state stateof stateof stateof
of Kansas Tdday you can ship the thesame theU1Ie theanie
same U1Ie quantity of oil 10 lot miles in Kan Kansas K ICnsa n nM8 ¬
sas sa for f r the same price that you can canstyp can811J cansh
styp 811J sh 1F Itfree ftve miles DlIl of those tho e five miles mileshappened mileshapZ mileshapefled
happened hapZ nd to be over the state line lineWhile lineWhile lineWhile
While members J11 mber of the producers as association a8ocltion a asoclation ¬
sociation and officials will Ill be chief chiefwitnesses chiefwltn chiefwitnesees
witnesses wltn the interstate commerce commercei commercemmasion
i Of < mmisaion has invited all persons personsfirms perMnsfirms parsOnsflrms
firms companies e or associations bar having ha haInb barlog ¬
log any interest In the proceedings proceedingsto
to appear appe pear t to t produce and lid orossex orossexaraine orOSeCamine orosseamine
amine witnesses witnessesIt rlt efI8g efI8gIt
It Is expected ep Xp cted that the hearing will willlast willJaat willIat
last through Wednesday WednesdayThe WednesdaThe
The First Witness WitnessA
A Fl Robertson Robertsonof of Cherryvale Kan Kanwas Kanwas Kenas
was as a witness examined Mr Rob Robortaon RobertsOn RoberteOn
ortaon was formerly a newspaper cor correapwtAwit corrlljOlMlent cotreelOfl4flt
reapwtAwit is now a member of the theKansas theKantI theKanea
Kansas KantI Oil Producers association associationwhich associatIonwhich ssodationkick
which kick makes the cltargee of discrim discrimination discrlminalion discrim1nation ¬
ination inationMr inalionMr 1nationMr
Mr Robertsons R4MMrt on testimony te lbn ny brought broughtout brou ht htout
out an interesting story of the Ken Kansas K n ¬
sas oil Held Mr Robertson said that thathe thath
he h was a member of the th Uncle Sam SamOH StLmon Samoil
OH company which is affiliated mU ted with withthe withthe withthe
the producers association as oclation He said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the Standard Oil company the thePrairie tbePr thePrairie
Prairie Pr lrk Oil and Gas company and the theRepublic theHeJUbUc theRepublic
Republic Oil companies O Ipanies were not notmembers notInemben notrnember
members of the Kansas Oil Producers Producersassociation Producersa ProducersaocIatlOfl
association a oclaUon known as the independ independwts
wts at Mr Robertson said that oil was wasdifecflvered wasd1eJYred WasdiK
difecflvered diK red I In Kansas I lnsas in paying quan quantities quantlUes quantitles ¬
titles In 1883 The production then thenwRsiOO thenu thenwas
wRsiOO was u OO barrels a day The Standard Standardand Stllndardand Standardand
and its affiliated companies com PflnletIJ the wft wftns wftl1oU wftias
ns said produce only 1000 to 1500
barrels a day Practically all the ol olin oil 011In oilIn
in the field is is produced by the t e inde independent lndppendent thd thdpead ¬
pendent pead nt companies The first pipe line linewas linewas linewas
was laid in Kansas In 1896 from Thay Thayer
er to eodesha In 1904 apipe a viDe lintwas Unewas lint linewas
was built from Neodesha to Caney Caneynear Caneynear Caneynear
near the Indian territory lines and It IIwas ItWas itas
was as gradually extended down Into Int dif different dIfferent different ¬
ferent points in Oklahoma The Stand Standard Standard Standard
ard has had a refinery at Neodesha NeodeshaKan NeodeshaKan NeodeshaHan
Kan for ten sears ears and it Ithas has a pipe pipeline pipeline pipeline
line from Neodesha N e desha to Sugar Creek CreekKansas CreekKansas CreekXansas
Kansas City CityRate CityRate CityRate
Rate Was Boosted BoostedFive BoostedFive BoostedFive
Five years ago Mr Robertson said saidthe saidthe said1the
the rate on crude oil and refined oi oifrom oil 011trom oilfrom
from Cherryvale Kan to toKansas Kansas City Citjwas Citywas Citywas
was 10 cents per 100 to Omaha the rate ratewas ratewas ratewas
was 15 cents This 10cent rate was ir ireffect in ineffect ineffect
effect until 1904 when it was changed changedto
to 17 cents to Kansas City C ty and 22 cents centsto centsto centsto
to Omaha The weight of a gallon of oloil ofoil ofoil
oil was estimated by the railroads r Uronds prior prloito priorto
to 1904 at six and fourtenths pounds poundsIn
In 1904 a change was made and the thtweight theweight theweight
weight was estimated at seven and andfourtenths andfourtenths andfourtenths
fourtenths pounds for both crude and andrefined andrefined andrefined
refined oil These rates applied to tcKansas toKansas toKansas
Kansas City Missouri and andto to all points pointsIn pointsin
In Missouri Nebraska Colorado and andOklahoma andOklahoma andOklahoma
Oklahoma OklahomaWhat OklahomaWhat OklahomaWhat
What was the rate from Cherryvale Cherryvaleto
to Atchison and Leavenworth at the thetime thetime thetime
time It was 17 cents to Missouri Missouripoints Missouripoints Missouripoints
points was asked of Mr Robertson RobertsonIt
It was 10 cents centsOther centsOther centsOther
Other Commodities Not Raised RaisedWhen RaisedWhen RaisedWhen
When in 1904 the railroads raised the therate therute therate
rate for transporting oil from Kansas Kansaspoints Kansaspoints Kansaspoints
points to points outside that state did didthey didthey didthey
they also raise the rate for transporta transportation transportation ¬
tion of other commodities such as coal coalwheat coalwheat coalwheat
wheat lumber and so on onNo onuNo onNo
uNo No sir The advance In rates ap applied applied applied ¬
plied only to oil oilDo 011Do oilDo
Do you know of any commercial commercialreason commercIalreason commercialreason
reason why the rate on oil should ad advance advance advance ¬
vance vanceNo vanceNo vanceNo
No sir I have never been able to todiscover todiscover todiscover
discover any anyDid anyUDid anyDid
Did you sell to the Standard 011 Oilcompany 011company 011company
company prior to the completion of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their pipe line to Sugar Creek CreekYes CreekYes CreekYes
Yes sir sirDid siruDld sirDid
Did you ou sell them afterwards afterwardsNo
No sir sirWhy sirWhy sirKansas
Why
Kansas Field Boycotted BoycottedThe
The Standard OH company boycot boycotted boycotted boycotted ¬
ted all the Kansas field Feb 10 1905 1905and 1905and 1905and
and tore out all pipe line connections connectionswith connectionswith connectionswith
with independent producers and is issued Issued isj isjsued ¬
sued orders to purchase no Oil from in independent independent independent ¬
dependent producers so we had no nomarket nomarket nomarket
market marketPrior marketPrior marketPrior
Prior to the advance to 17 cents had hadyou hadyou hadyou
you a market outside o tside the state for forboth forboth forboth
both crude and nd refined oil oilWe oilTe oilWe
We Te had but since then we have had hadno hadno hadno
no market marketWhat marketbat marketWhat
What bat Is the present railroad rate rateon rateon rateon
on oil from from Chanute to Weber Ran KanTen RanuTen RanTen
Ten and onehalf cents That is a adistance adistance adistance
distance of 254 miles Weber is near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the Nebraska line It Js seven miles milesfrom milesfrom milesfrom
from there to Superior Neb But the therate therate therate
rate from Chanute to Superior Is 30 30cents 30cents 30cents
cents so that the difference of seven sevenmiles sevenmllee sevenmiles
miles in distance makes a difference of oflt oflItk of1k
lt lItk cents in the rate rateFrom rateFrom rateFrom
From From Chanilte Chan te to Kiowa Kan the thedistance thedistance thedistance
distance is 191 miles said Mr Robert Robertson RobertSOI1 Robertson ¬
son and the railroad rate on oil is 9 9cents 9cents 9cents
cents Alva Okla is eighteen miles milesfurther milesfurther milesfurther
further but the rate from Chanute to toAlva toAlva toAlva
Alva is 35 i cents a difference of 26 26cents 6 6cents 6cents
cents From Chanute to Coolidge CoolidgeKan CoolidgeKan CoolidgeRan
Kan the distance is 485 miles and the therailroad theranroad therailroad
railroad rate on oil is 16 cents Six Sixmiles Sixmiles Sixmiles
miles further Is the town of Holly HollyColo HoJIyColo HollyCole
Colo The rate from Chanute to Holly Hollyis
is 50 cents a difference of 35 cents in inthe inthe Inthe
the rate for an added distance of six sixmiles sIxmiles sixmules
miles milesFrom From Cherryvale to Galena Ken Kanis Knis Kenis
is 66 miles and the railroad rate on oil oilis oilis oilis
is 6 4 cents Six miles further Is Jop JopHn Jopun TopIIn
Hn Mo 10 and the rate from jCherryvale jCherryvaleto
to Joplin is 15 cents mts From Cherryvale CherryvaleKan CherryvaleKan
Kan to Springfield Mo the rate is 15 15cents lin 1 1Shut
cents n ts
Shut Out Entirely EntiretyMr
Mr Robertson testified that the rail railroad railrOtld railroad ¬
road rate from Caney Cane Kan to Bartles Bartlesville Barl1esville BarUesyule
ville I T a distance of sixtyone sixtyonemiiee sixt sixtyonemiles one onemile
mile prior to the building of the pipe pipelineby pipeline pipelineThy
lineby line by the Standard Oil company was
12 cents and it was reduced to 5 cents a
100 pounds while the pipe line was con constructing constructing constructing ¬
structing After ita completion the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad rate was put up to 19 cents and andit andIt andit
it stands there today todayWhat todayWhat todayWhat
What effect did the 10cent rate ratehave ratehve ratehave
have upon the Independent producer producerIt
UIt It makes the rate from the well to tothe tothe tothe
the refinery 5 cents a barrel more than thanthe thnthe thenthe
the top price paid for crude oil In Kan Kansas KanSlIM Ransee ¬
SlIM or the territory The top price paid paidfor paidfor paidfor
for oil Is 52 2 cents a barrel b rrel while the thefreight thefrel thefreight
freight frel llt upon a barrel would be 57 57cents 57cents 7 7cefltz
cents centsWhat What effect did the Kansas rate law lawhave lawhave lawhave
have upon the independent refineries refineriesin
in Kansas KansasWithout IanStSWithout RansneWithout
Without that law it would be Impos Impossible Impossible impossible ¬
sible for them to do business As a aresult aresult aresult
result of that law six Independent re refineries r rfineries rfineries ¬
fineries are in operation and three are arebuilding HrebuildIng arebuilding
building There were only two in op operation oPeratlon operation ¬
eration before the rate went into ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect fectWhat What is the cost of shipping crude crudeoil crudeoil crudeoil
oil through a pipe line lineTwo lineTwo lineTwo
Two cents a hundred pounds for 100 lOmiles 100miles 100miles
miles Oil can be sent from Neodesha Neodeshato
to the Standard Oil companys refinery refineryAt
At Sugar creek cr k for 2 cents a hundred hundredmiles hundredmiles hundredmiles
miles an anl < any railroad rate in excess bf
LETS TALK SHIRTS SHIRTSf
f I Thesoft The soft shirt has come come to stay stayi stayon stayon
i on account of the comfort it itoives itgives iigives
gives gives oives Were showing shoving a lot l t of oft ofpretty ofpretty
t > o opretty
pretty patterns in the new newspring newspring newspring
spring spring goods and at prices priceswhich pricesvhich priceswhich
which are unusually inclined inclinedtoward inclinedtow inclinedtoward
toward tow Id the buyers side Our Ouri Ouri5 Ourspecial
a Snco i5 J 0 special special r i coat style style j jcufE i with witht withcuffs i
t cuffs aitac attached ed or d detached tached is isa is isgood s sf
f a good thing thmgRIC thingRICHARDSON v r rv
v RICHARDSON RIC I RDSON ADAMS G GA Co CoA Q Qi
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A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MENAt MENAt
At the Sign Signof Si Signt
of J Hth HthSour the ll llI Tour Sour 8 172 7 MAIN i1lN STRZST nRT nRTJ
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IDAHO IN GRASP GRASPOF GRASPOF
OF A DUllARD DUllARDHeavy
Heavy Storm for the Past Three Days Dayin Daysin Daysin
in the Southern Part of t the theState theState theState
State StateMONTANA StateMONTANA StateMONTANA
MONTANA ALSO SUFFERING SUFFERSFIERCE SUFFERINGFIERCE
FIERCE SNOWSTORM RAGING II IICOLORADO IN INCOLORADO iNCOLORADO
COLORADO COLORADOBoise COLORADOBoil
Boise Boil Ida March 12 12OOe One of th thheaviest thhoavlest thO thOheaviest
heaviest storms known in recent year yearhas yearshas ears earshas
has been prevailing over southern Ida Idaho Idaho Idaho
ho during the past three days I Icame It Itcame Itcame
came on here Saturday evening with j jhigh a ahigh ahigh
high wind At noon Sunday It begaito began beganto
to snow and UD to 6 oclock tonight tonighseven tonightseven tonightseven
seven and a half inches had fallen fallenIn faUenIn fallenIn
In the southeastern south astem part of the th state statthe statethe statethe <
the storm has been a a blizzard with witlilow withlow withlow
low temperature and heavy snow snowwhile snowwhIle snowwhile
while all other points report much mudsnow muchsnow muchsnow
snow reaching three feet In moun mountain mountain mountam
tain tam localities localitiesMissoula localItiesMissoula localitiesMlssoula
Missoula Mont March 12 12The The bliz blizzard bUzzard bhizzard ¬
zard which has been blowing here fo fothe for forthe forthe
the past three days increased incr ased in vio violence Yiolen yb yblence
lence len e tonight and the temperature ha habeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been falling since noon There is j jblinding a abUndlng alilinding
blinding snowstorm tonight and th thwind the thewind thewind
wind has increased to forty miles ai aihour an anhour anhour
hour hourBarly hourEarly hourEarly
Early this morning M Rogers Rogerscclored a acclored aeclored
cclored man who had lost his way ii iithe In Inthe Inthe
the storm was found In an alley where wherhe wherehe wherehe
he had fallen overcome by the cold coldOwing coldOwIng coldOwing
Owing to the fact that he was dis discovered discovered discovered
covered soon after he had fallen hi hiwas he hewas hewas
was not seriously frozen frozenLincoln frozenLincoln frozenLincoln
Lincoln Neb March 12 12A A fierce fiercsnowstorm fiercesnowstorm fierceSnowstorm <
snowstorm which 1tIch is raging In the vi vicinity vicinity vicinity
cinity of Akron Colo Cob where Bur Burlingrton Burlington Burlington
lington trains Nos 11 and 14 collldec collldeclast colUdedlast collidedlast
last night interferes with the work worlof workof workof
of the wrecking crew and progress ii iialmost is isalmost isalmost
almost impossible Meanwhile the tinmain themain themain
main line tracks of the Burlington anblocked are areblocked areblocked
blocked with little prospect for an ear early early
ly clearance The trains have been beeirun beenrun beenrun
run out from Denver to McCook t tcare to tocare tocare <
care for the passengers none of whom whonwas whomwas whomwas
was injured injuredthat injuredthat Injuredthat
that would would be prohibitive pr hibitlve to the Inde Independent independent Independent ¬
pendent producer producerCould producerCould producerCould
Could Not Compete CompeteWith CompeteWith I
With a rate of 57 cents from Neo Neodesha Neodesha Neodesha ¬
desha to Kansas City can you compete competewith competewith competewith
with a pipe line that operates for forcents 2 2cents 2cents
cents centsCertainly centsCertainly centsCertainly
Certainly not notSuppose ootSuppose notSuppose
Suppose the railroads had a rate of ofi ofS
5 cents to Kansas City Mo could you youcompete youcompete youcompete
compete with a 2ceht pipe line lineYes lineYes lineYea
Yes sir because we handle our ourown ourown ourown
own product productVhat productVhat productThat
Vhat effect did the passage of the theKansas theKansas theKansas
Kansas rate law have upon the con consumer consumer consumer ¬
sumer In Kansas KansasBefore KansasBefore S SBefore
Before that law went into effect the theprice theprice theprice
price of refined kerosene was 13 cents a agallon agallon agallon
gallon When hen the law went into effect effectthe effectthe effectthe
the Standard OH n company reduced redu ed the theprice theprice theprice
price to 9 cents centsAir centsU centsMr
U Air Ir Robertson will you tell the thecommission thecommission thecommission
commission how intimately kerosene keroseneand keroseneand
and gasoline enters into the life of the theKansan theKansan I
I
Kansan KansanIn 1 I IIn
In many parts of Kansas there Is 19no Isno ISno
no other fuel fuelMr fuel1Ir fuelMr
Mr Robertson crossexamined by W WR WH V VR
R Smith attorney for the Santa Fe Ferailway Feranwa Ferailway
railway ranwa r denied any knowledge of the thegovernment thegovornment thegovernment
government having issued a fraud or order order order ¬
der against the Uncle Sam OH coin company coinpany coinpany ¬
pany He admitted that charges had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been preferred against his company companyprincipally companprincipally companyprincipally
principally that it was a over capitalized capitalizedand
and that the assets were not sufficient sufficientFreight sufficientFreight sutilcientFreight
Freight Agents Testimony TestimonyW
W v A Leland assistant general generalfreight generalfreight generalfreight
freight agent of the Missouri Kansas Kans5Texas KansasTexas
6 Texas railway was the second wit witness witness witflees ¬
ness called He told in reply to ques questions QU9Stions questions ¬
tions of a meeting at St Louis in June June19W
194 of the traffic managers of the theMissouri theltlslourI thetIssouri
Missouri Pacific the Santa Fe the theFrisco thePrisco theFrisco
Frisco and his road to consider rais raising raising iaislug ¬
ing the oil rate from Kansas Kaqsas He said saidthat Sftldthat saidthat
that Mr Bogardus traffic manager of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Standard Oil company com any was pros present preEent prosent ¬
ent but he did not recall that any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the independent oil refiners of Kansas Kansashad Kansnsba Kansashad
had ba been asked to attend the mdeting mdetingAfter mdetIngAfter metiztgAfter
After the meeting he was Informed Informedtht Informedthat informedthat
that the rate was to be changed from
10 cents to 17 cents from Kansas points pointsto pohltsto
to Kansas City Mo MoDidnt MoDidnt MoDidnt
Didnt you know that the change changewas changewas changewas
was contemplated before that meet meeting meetins meetbug ¬
ins Mr Leland was asked askedYes askedYes askedYes
Yes we had discussed it itI Itr itI
I hold a letter signed by you and andaddessed andaddessed andaddessed
addessed to J A Boland of Kansas KansasCity KansasCity KansasCity
City written May Iay 28 S 1904 said Mr MrMarch 1hMarch MrMarch
March and he showed It Mr Leland LelandThe LelandThe LelandThe
The letter which Mr Leland admitted admittedhaving admittedbaving admittedbaring
having written advised Mr Boland Bolandthat Bolandthat Bolandthat
that the rate upon crude oil from fromsoutheastern fromsoutheaslern fromsoutheastern
southeastern Kansas to Kansas City CityLeavenworth CityLeavenworth CityLeavenworth
Leavenworth Atchison and St Joseph Josephwould Josephwould Josephwould
would be raised to 17 cents centsWhen centsWh centsWhen
When Wh n did the 17cent rate go Into Intoeffect Int Inteffect IntOeffect
effect effectAug effectUAug effectAug
Aug 15 IL 1904 1904When 1904When 1004When
When the Rate Went Up UpAbout UpAbout lipAbout
About that time the Standard Sl nd nthtrd rd OH OHiompfttty 011compfU1y Oilcompany
iompfttty completed a pipe line from fromSugaf fruntth frontUi
th 1ansas ans s oil field to Its refinery at atSugar atSugar
Sugar Creek Cre k in Missouri did it not notYds 110tY notYIs
Yds YdsAnd Y YIsAnd 00 00And
And coincident with that the rate ralewent ratewent ratewent
went up upIt upIt upIt
It had been b en agreed upon uponDid uponDid uponDid
Did Mr Bogardus object obj ot to the thethe thethe thethe
the raise In rate rateYes rateYes rateYes
Yes he h severely objected to It He Hewanted Hewanted Hewanted
wanted a lower rate rateThe rateThe rateThe
The effect of the 17cent rate would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be to guide oil Into Bogardus pipe line lineivouldnt nnt1wouldnt linewouldnt
wouldnt It ItI itr itI
I dont think so soWith soWlUl soWith
With a 17cent rate rat and a 2cent 2centpump 2certtpump 2centpuma
pump line Un Mlle dont you think the oil oilwould oIlwould oilwould
would all go by b the th pump line linoNot UnoN lineNot
Not N t necessarily so since sln e the ratefvent rate ratQent ratewent
went ent into effect the shipment of oil oilsver oUover oilover
over the railroads has been Increased IncreasedMr Increased4Mr
Mr Lefand admitted that Uhder the theKansas theKansas theKanSas
Kansas rate law the rate for for1oil for oil from fromZJhanute fromChanute fromChanute
Chanute Kan to Kansas City Ran Kann K Ranwas tl tl8S
was n as 9i 9W cents Inless than carload lots lotsSut lotsBut lotsBut
But to Kansas City Mo it Was Wtl 31tJ 31tJents 31 fl1cents i icents
cents and the distance further was wasinly wasonly Wasonly
only seven miles by his road which whichnad whichmad whichmade
mad made a detour to get into Kansas City CityMo CityMo CityMo
Mo He said his road hauled a tank tankar tankcar tankcar
car ar seventyfive miles mU s in Kansas under underthe underthe underthe
the Kansas rate law for 233 and andiharsred andcharsred andcharaed
iharsred 750 for the same sake service serv ce In InMissouri inMissouri inMissouri
MissouriTEMPORARY Missouri MissouriTEMPORARY
10 10TEMPORARY
TEMPORARY ACCEPTANCE ACCEPTANCEBaltimore ACCEPTANCEBitlthuore j jBaltimore
Baltimore Md March 12 12Bernard 12BernardN 12BernardN Bernard i itf
N tf Baker B ker president of the Union Trust Trustiompany Trustcomphny Trustcompitny
iompany comphny of this city announced today todayhat todaYthat todaythat
that he has accepted acce ted temporarily t the thehairmanship thohairmanshlp thehairmanship
hairmanship of the Mutual Life Ini Iniurance In Insurance Insurance
surance company policy poll y holders com comlittee cotpmittee cornrnittee
littee with the provision provlsi n that he willj willjave will wuthave willhave
have ave the active cooperation of Stuy StuyveSant Stuyv i iesaht
esaht v Fish of New York Y rk He Is anxi anxius at1xious ahxiOus
ous us for Mr Fish to t be the permanenthalrman permanent permanentchairman perthanentchairman
chairman
I MAXWELL LOSES I IAFTER
AFTER HOT FIGHT FIGHTGovernor
Governor Cutler Again Honors Keq Keqnisition Requisition Re Retilsition
nisition Papers for Accused AccusedDoctor AccusedDoctor AccusedDoctor
Doctor DoctorATTORNEYS DoctorATTORNEYS DoctorATTORNEYS
ATTORNEYS IN A QUARREL QUARRELANOTHER QUARRELANOTH QUARRELANOTHER
ANOTHER ANOTH ER LEGAL BATTLE BE BEFORE BEFbRECAS BEFORE
FORE FbRECAS CASE IS SETTLED ISSETTLEAft SETTLEDAfter SETTLEDAfter
After Aft r listening to a heated hc t d argil argilment argum rgii rgiimeflt
ment m ntby by attorneys attorll Ys on the respective respectivesides resp respectivesides ctivQ ctivQsides
sides Governor Cutler yesterday yesterdaysigned yesterdaysigned yesterdaysigned
signed the second batch b tch of requisItion requisltlorpapers requisItionpapers requisitionpapers
papers for Dr David P Maxwell th thphysician the thephysician thephysIcian <
physician who is wanted in Cleveland Clevelandp
p 0 for performing a criminal opera operation operati operation ¬
tion ti n During the hearing crossfiring
between County Attorney Parley P PChrlstensen PChrIstensen PChristensen
ChrIstensen and Attorney A L Hop Hoppaugh Hoppaugh Hoppaugh
paugh who represents Maxwell Maxwellwaed lta itaxwellwaed wen wenwaed
waed bitter and when the hearing hearingwas hearIngwas
was over Mr ChrIstensen charged chargetthat chargedthat chargedthat
that Mr Hoppaugh had seized s ized upon uporthe uponthe uponthe
the fact that Governor Cutler is E EMormon a aMonnon aMormon
Mormon to create prejudice against againsChief againstChief againstChief
Chief of Police George A Sheets who whcis whois whois
is is an American party man manAfterGovernor manAfter manAfter
AfterGovernor After Governor Cutler had signet signetthe sIgnedthe slgnedthe
the papers Maxwells lIaxwellsattorne attorneys s Mr MrHojjpaugh lItHoUpaugh MrHopaugh
Hojjpaugh and Brigham Clegg asked askedfor askedfor askedfor
for the statutory twentyfour hours in inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which to apply for another writ of oihabaas ofhab ofhabeas
habeas hab Rs corpus and it was granted grantedthem grantedthem grantedthem
them So there is every prospect prosp ct of ofanother ofanother ofanother
another legal battle In the courts be before before before ¬
fore the officers get their man manHe manHe manHe
He Attacks the Police PoliceThat PoliceThat PoliceThat
That Mr Hoppaugh Hopp ugn roasted Chief ChiefSheets ChiefSheets ChiefSheets
Sheets to a finish is admitted on all allhands allhllnds allhands
hands He charged him with being beingpverzealous beingpverzealou beingpverzealons
pverzealous and with saying that that ev every every cvcry ¬
ery time Maxwell was was released role Sed en n a awrit awrit awrit
writ of habeas corpus he would ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest him again againMr againMr I I1Ir
Mr Hoppaugh adverted adv rted to early earlydays earlydays earlydays
days in Utah when he said citizens citizensof
of Utah wera arrested without due dueprocess dueprocess dueprocess
process of law and drew drewa a parallel parallelbetween parallelbetween parallelbetween
between the present arrests and the thearrests thearrests thearrests
arrests of other days It was this part partof partof partof
of his argument which Mr Christen Chrlstenisen Christensen
sen characterized as an attemDt to towork towork towork
work upon Governor Cutlers sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed Mormon prejudices prejudicosGrounds prejudicesGrounds prejudicesGrounds
Grounds of the Fight FightDr FightDr FightDr
Dr Maxwells attorneys advanced advancedtwo advancedtwo advaneocitwo
two legal grounds which they urged urgedas
as reasons why Dr Maxwell should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not be extradited One was that Judge JudgeArmstrong JudgeAimstrong JudgeAImstrong
AImstrong had already discharged dischargedMaxwell dischargedlfaCweIl dischargedMaxwell
Maxwell once when he was charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with being a fugitive from justice for forthe forthe forthe
the same alleged offense The other otherwas otherWtlS otherwas
was that Maxwell 1IaxW lI Is accused of an anoffense anotTense anoffense
offense in Utah that of attempting to tobribe tobribe tobribe
bribe an officer and that he should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not to be surrendered to another state statewhile stMewhile statewhile
while accused of an offense here hereIt hereIt hereIt
It was pointed out by Mr Christen Christensen
sen however that where a man under underarrest uuderarrest underarrest
arrest in Utah is accused of an of offense offense offense ¬
fense against this state and another anotherstate anotherstate anotherstate
state the th Jaw aw provides that the g gov goverror > ov overror v vertor
error in his discretion may waive the thejurisdiction thejurisdiction thejurIsdiction
jurisdiction of Utah to try him and andsend andend andsend
send him to the other state So far faras ar aras aras
as his having been discharged once onceit oncen onceIt
it was as Urged that the present arrest is ison ison ison
on another warrant warrantNo warrantNo warrantNo
No attack was made by Maxwells Maxwellsattorneys Ma Maxwellsattorneys weJls weJlsattorneys
attorneys on the validity of the theamended theamended theamended
amended Ohio requisition papers papersGovernor papersGovernor papersGovernor
Governor Gives His H is Views ViewsIn
In passing on the case Governor GovernorCutler GoernorCutler GovernorCutler
Cutler said s ld to the attorneys that he hewa heWM hewas
wa WM convinced that Maxwell was a afugitive afUlitiye afugitive
fugitive from justice from the fact factthat factthat factthat
that he had left Ohio suddenly aban abandoned abandoned abandoned ¬
doned his medical practice and took tookup tookup tookup
up the business of ofaii an assayer in Salt SaltLake SallLake SaltLake
Lake under an assumed name The Thefact Thefllct Thefact
fact that Maxwell was 8S accused of an anoffense anoffense anoffense
offense here the governor said did not notaffect nolaffect notaffect
affect his right or his duty to turn turnhim turnhim turnhim
him over to the state of Ohio OhioI
I have considered this case as care carefully carefully carefully ¬
fully said the governor as though thoughmy thoughmy thoughmy
my own son or my own daughter were wereaccused wereaccused wereaccused
accused and I am convinced that tne tneends trIeends tfieends
ends of justice jU5U wall be subserved only onlyby onlyby onlyby
by turning this accused man over to tothe tothe tothe
the Ohio authorities authoritiesROOSEVELT authorIticsROOSEVELT authoritiesROOSEVELTHAS
ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTHAS HAS NOT NOTBUTTED NOTBUTTED NOTBUTTED
BUTTED IN RECENTLY RECENTLYWashington RECENTLYWashington RECENTLYWashington
Washington iii March 12 12Pre9ident 12Pre9identRooscvelt 12PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Is taking ho part In the thelending thependIng thepending
pendIng negotiations to prevent a coal coaltrike coalstrike coalstrike
strike Recently the president f > re ld nt wrote wrotein wrotean wrotean
an in Identical letter to Mr Mitchell and andUr andMr andMr
Mr Ur Robbins urging that a 1 further furtheronference furtherconference furtherconference
conference be held but since writing writingthe writingthe writingthe
the letter the th president has taken no nosteps nosteps nosteps
steps In the matter matterCOBWEB maUerOOBWEB matterCOBWEB
COBWEB BRAINS BRMNSHow BRAINSHow BRAflSHow
How to Clean Out OutYour Your Attic AtticFrom AtticFrom AtticFront
From a 0 military post out West Westomos Westcot1e Vestcoi1
coi1 cot1e omos the story of a lady who frankly franklymits franklyodtnlts franklyadmits
admits mits that she was phce tice a coffee coffeeIrunkard coffeedrunkard coffeedrunkard
drunkard drunkardFot drunkardFor IrunkardFor
For SO years rs I drank coffee al alhoUgh althoUgh althottgli
hoUgh I knew it was harmful to me mesuffered met raeI
t suffered from periodical nervous nervousieadaches nervousheAda nervousheadaches
headaches heAda hes which the physician ptt sician said saidvere saidwere saidwere
were caused by the use of coffee I Ivas Iw Iwas
vas w s indeed a confirmed coffee drunk drunkird drunkar
ar ird
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I suffered so intensely Inl nsely from head headiches headaches headaches
aches as to require the services of a amrse anurse anurse
nurse I could find no tablets or orovders orpowders orpoWdOrs
powders > ovders that th t would ou1d give me any per pernanent permanent permanent
manent relief rell f and I was compelled to toust tojust tojust
just ust let the headaches hO daches take their theirlourse theircourse theircourse
course Bach E ch attack used to last for fori fort1
a i day t1 y or two twoAfter twoArt twoAfter
After Art r T married and had the cares caresf caresOf
Of > f ra a family f tnUy I found 1 was waS becoming becomingi
a i nervous wreck wre k and the strain slr 1n be beamo became became
came unendurable Something had to toie tobe tobe
be ie done and nd I concluded to try Pos Posum Posturn Posturn
turn um Food Fo d Coffee Coff e giving up the old oldclnd oldkind oldkind
kind altogether altogetherI
I riiade it rich and strong accord accordng accordIng accordlag
lag ng to directions and drank It with withlenty withplenty withplenty
plenty lenty of good cream cr m It proved to toe tobe tobe
be > e delicious de1i ious It took several s ver l days for forhe forthe forthe
the he coffee olson to work out of my mysystem my5ysteti1 mysystem
system but I persisted and tld won out outtnd outand outand
and great was W S my reward Renewed Renewedenergy Renewedenergy Renewedenergy
energy and vigor came to me and I Improved Iimproved
Improved so that my neighbors ob objerved observed ohserved
served and remarked upon It ItDuring It ItDuring ItDuring
During all the year ear that I have haveised haveused haveused
used Postum I have not had a single singleeadache sIngleheadache singleheadache
headache proof conclusive that my myld myold myold
old > ld agonies came from coffee alone I Ian Ican Ican
can an do all the work w rk I want with per perect perfect perfeet
feet ect ease se and freedom fre dort1 from fromexhaltst fromexhaltsting exhaUst exhatistng exhaUsting
ing ng fatigue and am a strong healthy healthyvoman health healthwoman healthywoman
woman for which blessed change Pos Posum Postum Posturn
turn um and right living get the credit creditMame creditName creditName
Name given by Postum Co Battle Battle2reek BattleCioek BattleCreek
Creek Mich MichTheres MichThereg MIchTheres
Theres a 0 reason Read the littlebeck little lIttlebcek
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RATE RATEDEBATE RATEDEBATEBEGINS
DEBATE DEBATEBEGINS DEBATEBEGINSSenator BEGINS BEGINSSenator
Senator Culberson Reads a Section o oHis of ofHis ofHis
His Bill and Poraker at Once OnceJoins OnceJoins Onceroins
Joins Issue IssueKNOX IssueKNOX IssueKNOX
KNOX MAKES A GOOD POINT POIN1TILLMANS POINTTILLMANS POINTTILLMANS
TILLMANS REPLY TO PRESI PRESIDENTS PRESIt PRESIDENTS
t DENTS MESSAGE MESSAGEWashington MESSAGEWashington MESSAGEW
W Washington shington March 12 12Mr Mr Tillma Tillmatoday T1l1mantot1 Tillmantoday
today tot1 y addressed addreSs d tHe senate in reply repl t tPresident to toPresident toPresident <
President Roosevelts Roose ltB message con concerning concerning conCorning ¬
cerning the TillmanGillesple Tillr f1nGl1Iespie resolu resolution re resolution OIU OIUtlon ¬
tion Instructing the Interstate com commerce commerce coininerce ¬
merce commission to make examina examination cXaminatIon examination ¬
tion of railroad discrimination In th thmatter the thematter <
I
matter of hauling coal and oil Themessage Themessage The rhemessage
message which condemned the reso resolution resoh rosolution ¬
lution h Uon on the ground that its purpose purposewas purposewas purposewas
was not specified was sent to the thtdesk thedesk thedesk
desk by Mr Tillman and was reread rereadMr r3readMt rereadMr
Mr Tillman thought the resolution resolutioisufficiently resolutionsumcien resolutionsufficiently
sufficiently sumcien 111 specific and the presidents presidentcritlclsm presidentscriticism presidentscriticism
criticism thereof ther of Uncalled for forSenator forSenator forSenator
Senator Lodge replied In support o othe of ofthe ofthe
the president He thought that th thresolution the theresolution theresolution
resolution however imposed a task or orthe on onthe onthe
the commissIona a task that thatwould would tax tasthe ta tathe taxthe
the census bureau bureauLoosely bureauLoosely bureauLoosely
Loosely Drawn DrawnSenator DrawnSenator DrawnSenator
Senator Foraker said on examina examlnaUon examinaUon examinaUon
Uon that the resolution had been beeiIcosely beenl beenlcosely
Icosely l osely drawn drawnMr drawn1Ir drawnMr
Mr Spooner thought the resolution resolutlordefective resolutiondefectle resolutiondefective
defective in that it did not give th thcommission the thecommissIon thecommission
commission authority to send for wit witnesses wItnesses witflosses ¬
nesses and administer oaths in con connection connection connection
nection with the new investigation I Ihas it ithas ithas
has been requested to make an anwhich and andwhich andwhich <
which is one in addition to t the duties dutieImposed dutieslrrposcd dutiesirrposcd
Imposed by the interstate commerce commercact commerceact
act actWould
Would It not be a redundancy an anIdiocy and andIdiocy andidiocy <
Idiocy to give authority a thority to send fo fopersons for forPErsons forpersons
persons and papers when it already alreadyhad alreadyhad alreadyhad
had that authority asked Mr Till Tillman TI1lmOan Tillman ¬
man mOan
manIf If the senator hadstudied bad stud ed the law lawas lawas lawas
as he should have done dOlle he hevould would not notask notask notask
ask that question retorted Mr MrSpconer MrSpconer MrSpeonor
Spconer
Railroad Rate Bill BillThe BillThe BillThe
The debate was interrupted at 2 2oolock 2oalock 2oalock
oalock when Mr Culberson was rec recognized recognized recognized ¬
ognized to speak on the railroad rate ratebill ratebilI ratebill
bill He read a section ot his bill to tccreate tocreate tocreate
create emergency powers powers for the Inter Interstate interstate Interstate
state commerce commission which hi hiwill he hewiU hewill
will offer as a substitute for the pend pending pending pendIng
ing measure measureMr measurelIr measureMr
Mr Foraker took issue with Mr MrCulberson MrCulberson MrCulberson
Culberson when he declared congress congresitself congressitself congressitself
itself had construed con trued the commerce commerceclause commercelause commerceOlause
clause to give it power power to fix rates in ingranting IngrallUng ingranting
granting a federal charter to the Un Union UnIon UnIon ¬
ion Pacific railway In that act It re reserved reserved reserved ¬
served this power and it acted under underthe underthe underthe
the commerce clause in that legisla legislation legislation legislation ¬
tion This Mr Foraker contended contendedshould contendedshould contendedshould
should riot be so held Congress Cong ess was wasacting wasacting wasacting
acting under Its authority to ostab establish ostabUsh ostablish ¬
lish post roads and provides for the thenational thenational thenational
national defense d fense rather than under the thecommerce thecommerce thecommerce
commerce clause and In fixing rates rateswas rateswas rateswas
was exercising a proprietary power powerMr powerMr powerMr
Mr Culberson answered that cOn cOngress c congress n ngress
gress could exercise e erei5e no other than Its Itslegislative itslegislative itslegislative
legislative power powerMr powerMr powerMr
Mr Knox called attention to the thefact thefact thefact
fact that states recognized this power powerin
in forbearing to fix any rates outside outsidetheir outsidetheir outsidetheir
their borders for which point Mr Cul Culberson Culberson Culberson ¬
berson expressed his thanks thanksA
A Legislative Function FunctionLater FunctionLater FunctionLater
Later Mr Culberson declared that thatfate thattate thatrate
fate making was s a legislative and not nota
a judicial function functionThe funcUonThe functionThe
The right of judicial review of an anorder anorder anorder
order of the commission already ex exists exists exists ¬
ists and inherits from the constitution constitutionsaid
said s k1 Mr Culberson To incorporate It ftIn ItIn Itin
In the pending bill he declared would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be but to recognize r ognlze a constitutional constitutionalright consututlonalright constitutionalright
right but would answer no purpose purposethat purposethat purposethat
that had not already been met He Heopposed Heopposed Heopposed
opposed the use of the term fairly fairlyremunerative faIrlyremunerative fairlyremunerative
remunerative In the different bills billsand bi11sand billsand
and also justly compensatory and andsaid andsaid andsaid
said both raised a new standard not notrecognized notrecognized notrecognized
recognized in common law He ad advocated advocated advocated ¬
vocated instead the term Just and andreasonable andreasonable andreasoOable
reasonable reasonableMr
Mr Culberson said that conditions conditionshad conditionshad conditionshad
had changed that competition had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been destroyed by merger conjbina conjbinatlon cOt1bInaUon conbination
tlon and traffic arrangements and the theInterests theInterests theinterests
Interests of the country demand that thatthese thatthese thatthese
these railroad corporations restore to tothe tothe tothe
the public what hat justly ju tl belongs to It ItBills itBills ItBills
Bills Passed PassedThe PassedThe PassedThe
The railroad rate bill was then tem temporarily temporarily temporarily ¬
porarily laid aside asideBills asideBills asideBills
Bills were passed as follows followsTo followsTo 01l0WSTo
To amend section 4400 of the revised revisedstatutes revisedstatutes revisedstatutes
statutes relating to the inspection of ofsteam ofsteam ofsteam
steam vessels vesselsIncreasing vesseJsrncr vesselsTnereasing
Increasing rncr asing to 580000 30000 the annual ap appropriation appropriation appropriatlon ¬
propriation for agricultural experi experiment experIl110nt experlthent ¬
ment stations stationsExtending stationsExtendIng stationsIllatending
Extending the th public land laws to tocertain tocertain tocertain
certain lands In Wyoming WyomingFor
For the removal of the quarantine quarantinestation quarantinestUon quarantinestation
station at San Diego Cal and to ac acquire acquire acquire ¬
quire a new site siteAt siteAt siteAt
At 458 the senate sel1 te went into execu executive exccutivo ecu ecutlye ¬
tive session and at 505 adjourned adjournedTO
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY DAYake DAYTake DAYTake
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Tablets Druggists refund money If it italls itaHs itfalls
alls to cure E W V GROVES signa signalife signatUfe sIgnatUfe
tUfe is on each box 25c 25cBACK 260BACK 25cBACK
BACK TO THE HOUSE HOUSEstatehood HOUSEstatehood IlOUSEStatehood
statehood Bill Returned and Laid on onthe onthe onthe
the Speakers Spe kers ket4 ket4Washington Table TableWashington TiibteWMhinglon
Washington March 12 12The The statehood statehoodill statehoodbill statehoodbill
bill ill was returned to the house by the son sonite senale sonate
ale ite today and was laid on the speakers speakersable spcalierstable speakerstable
table without comment commentDistrict commentDlsb1ct commentDlstfict
District of Columbia legislation was washen wnsthen wasthen
then taken up there being nine bills on onhe onthe onthe
the he calendar calendarA oalend r rA
A bill was t passed ssed providing for an in inostigation investigation investigation
vestigation of certain charges against the theidmlhlstratlon theadtnlnlslr theadministration
administration adtnlnlslr tlon of affairs aff ts of St Eliza Elizaloth ElIzaboth Elizaboth
both government hospital l for the irtsane irtsaneAt IrtsnneAt iSsaneAt
At the conclusion of District business businessLtt busl ss ssan
an Ltt effort was made by b Mr Bonyrige Bon l1gc of ofColorado ofColorado ofColorado
Colorado to got Up the naturalization nalural nuon bill billMs billThIs billThis
ThIs Ms was as defeated by b Sin Prince pr nce of 1111 1111LOis llUrtols liiiflois
LOis by the point that no qudrum was wasresent waSprQS waspresOnt
prQS presOnt resent tlt The speaker speAk r announced this to toie t tbe tobe
be ie true whereupon wl1ereu otl Mr Payne Pa ne moVed to todjourn toadjourn toadjourn
adjourn djournAdjournment adjournA >
Adjournment A was an takon tok n at 430 oclock oclockintil oclo ocloCkuntil k kuntil
until tomOrrow tomdfrowINVEST lom tomOrrowiNVESt trnw trnwINVEST
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AMBUSHED BY BYBAND 1 1BAND
BAND OF INDIANS INDIANSThree
Three United States Deputy Mar IVforslials Marshals Marshals
shals Killed in Indian Territory Territoryby
by Dusky Outlaws OutlawsMORE OutlawsMORE OutlawsMOREBL000SHED
MORE MOREBL000SHED BLOODSHED FEARED FEAflEIPOSSES FEAREDPOSSES FEAREDPOSSES
POSSES ARE ARE HURRYING TO TH THSCENE THE THESCENE THESCENE
SCENE SCENEVinita SCENEVinita SCENEVinita
Vinita I T March 12 12Six Six Unite UniteStates United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States deputy marchals were ambush ambushed
ed in Spavinaw hills hlll I T near Kan Hansas Kansas Kansan
sas by a band of Indian fullblood tull bIood out outlaws outlaws outlaws
laws last night In a fight that en ensued ensued ensued
sued three deputies I T Gilstrap o of
Kansas Otis Tuttle of Vinita ant and
Richard Carry of Tahlequah I T Twere Twere Twere
were killed killedThomas killedThomas killedThomas
Thomas Wofford one of the deputewho depute deputIeswho s swho
who escaped carried the news to Tah
lequah today and Marshal Darragli Darragh
issued orders 1o o rush every deputy deputTmarshal deputymarshal deputymarshal
marshal In the northern district o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Indian territory to the scene De Details DetaIls DetaiLs
tails of the fight have not yet beerreceived been beenreceived beenreceived
received receivedMarshal receivedIarshal receivedMarshal
Marshal Darragh In addition wired wirethe wiredthe wiredthe <
the department of justice at Washing
ton asking authority to swear In 10 10additional 100 100addiUonal 100additional
additional deputies and to offer 1000 IMreward 1000reward 1000reward
reward for each of the outlaws de deor dead deador <
or aliye He has gone to Kansas I IT IT IT
T and will personally direct opera operations operations operations ¬
tions against the outlaws outlawsHeaded outlawsHeaded outlawsHeaded
Headed by the Wickliffes WickliffesThe s sThe
The outlaws are alleged to be head headed headed headed ¬
ed by Charley John and Tom Wick Wickliffe WIckliffe Wickliffe
liffe sons of the former justice of th thCherokee the theCherokee theCherokee
Cherokee supreme court The three thretWickllffe threeWicklIffe threeWickilife
Wickllffe boys bo s five years ago were con concerned coneerned concerned ¬
cerned In a stabbing stab ing affray at an In Indian Indian Indfan ¬
dian dance danceLast danceLast danceLast
Last March members of the gang gangkilled gangkiUed gangkilled
killed Deputy Viler and escaped after a abattle abattle abattle
battle with a posse and they are cred credited credIted credited ¬
ited with having committed many manyother man manother manyother
other crimes They are alleged to be beprofessional beprofessional beprofessional
professional horse thieves and for a along along along
long time have ave given the authorities authoritiesmuch authoritiemuch authoritiesmuch
much trouble troubleMore troubleMore troubleMore
More Bloodshed Feared FearedMore FearedlIore FearedMore
More bloodshed > d is feared It is said saidthat sidthat saidthat
that many of the younger full blood bloodIndians bloodIndians bloodIndians
Indians inthe Spanivaw hills are join joining joining joining ¬
ing the Wfcklifles and a clash seems seemsinevitable seemsinevitable seemsinevitable
inevitable when the reinforcements of ofdeputies ofdeputies ofdeputies
deputies meet up with them Several Severalfamous Seer Severalfamous 1 1famous
famous Indian fighters are among the theposses theposseS theposseS
posses Among them them are ar two brothers brothersof
of Tuttle the dead deputy The Tut Tuttles TuttIes Tntties
tIes belong to a family of celebrated celebratedfighters celebratedfighters celebratedfighters
fighters in the early days of the Indian Indianterritory Indianterritory Indianterritory
territory and when the two brothets brothersleft brothetsleft brothetsleft
left for the scene today they declared declaredthey declaredthey declaredthey
they would avenge av nge the death of their theirbrother theirbrother theirbrother
brother
Caught in Ambush AmbushThe AmbushThe AmbushThe
The six deputy marshals were am ambushed ambushed ambushed ¬
bushed last night while hunting the theWickliffes tbeWickIlffes theWickliffes
Wickliffes for the murder of Deputy DeputyVier DeputyVier DeputyVier
Vier The horses of the deputies were wereshot wereshot wereshot
shot from under them th m and three of the thedeputies thedeputies thedeputies
deputies were killed outright The Theother Theother Theother
other three sought shelter behind behindsome behIndsome behindsome
some rocks One of them Wofford Woffordwas Woffordwas Toffordwas
was sent back on foot to Hahlequa for forreinforcements forreinforcements forreinforcements
reinforcements When he left the Qth others Qthers Qthera ¬
ers were holding the Indians at bay bayThe bajThe bayThe
The ambush was laid In the Saline SalineCreek SalineCreek SalineCreek
Creek in the Spavinaw hills In the theCherokee theCherokee theCherokee
Cherokee nation about twentyfive twentyfivemiles twentyfivemiles twentyfivemiles
miles southeast of Vinita The place placeIn placein placeIn
In which the fight occurred was In a amountainous amountainous amountainous
mountainous region and the outlaws outlawslaid ouUaslaid outlawslaid
laid their trap well The officers were werefired werefired werefired
fired upon without the least 1 < < ilst warning warningand warningand warningand
and escape for any an of them for a while whileseemed whileseemed whileseemed
seemed impossible The deputies deputiesfought deputiesfought deputiesfought
fought desperately desperatelyTHOUSANDS desperatelyTHOUSANDS desperatelyTHOUSANDS
THOUSANDS OF MISSING MISSINGCasualty MISSINGCasualty MISSINGCasualty
Casualty Lists of the Russians Be Beginning Beginning Beginning ¬
ginning to Appear AppearSL
SL Petersburg March 12 lThe The Invalid Invalidjrgan Invalidorgan Invalidorgan
organ of the military is still printing printingJaily printingdatI printingdaily
daily datI lists of the losses sustained during duringthe durln durlnthe duringthe
the war which without ithout including Port Portrlhur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur now total 151000 killed wounded woundedind woundedand woundedand
and disappeared The lists covering the theighting tbefighting thefighting
fighting at Mukden are Just beginning to toipflear toappcar toappear
appear A remarkable feature Is the per perenlagB percentage pcrcciitagu
enlagB of men whose fate Is unknown unknownlaving unknownhavIng unknowhhaving
havIng been abandoned on the field of of3nttle ofbattle ofbattle
battle The staff is receiving thousands thousandsjf
jf inquiries from relatives regarding the theate thefnte thefate
ate of soldiers which it is unable to toWITNESSES toanswer toanswer
answer answerWITNESSES answerWITNESSES
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WITNESSES CANNOT CANNOTESCAPE CANNOTSCAPE CANNOTESCAPETESTIFYING
ESCAPE ESCAPETESTIFYING ESCAPETESTIFYINGWashInton TESTIFYING TESTIFYINGWashington tESTIFYINGWashington
Washington March lI reh 12 12The The Tobac TobacCo
the of ofvitnesscs ofwItnesscs ofwitnesses
co o Trust cases involving right
witnesses to refrain refr ln from testifying be before ber betOre ¬
fore r re federal grand juries In proceed proceedngs pro proieedLags eed eedings
Lags ngs uiidei1 uti er the th antitrust law were to toay tod today
d day ay y decided deeid d by the supreme Court of ofhe ofnie ofthe
the he TJnlteii Unit d States against calnst the t e wit wltlesses witnesses witnesses
nesses nessesThe nessesThe lessesThe
The cases grew out of the proceed proceedngS proce proceedingh d dingS
ngS for writs Of habeas corpus Insti Instiuted Instituted Instituted
tuted in the circuit court for the th south southrn southem southera
em rn district of New N v York Whose de decision tiecision i iiskm
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as against others the governor point pointout pointmit t tOllt <
out and without promises of clenieu clpn clpnTiley cIenie cIenieThey i iThey
They tell what appears to be the blun bluntruth blunttruth bluntruth
truth indicating that the men ac aCIuf aCIufwere ue > 1 1were 1were
were implicated in a conspiracy t tcommit tl tlcommit tcommit
commit murder murderNo murderNo murderNo
No Bearing Upon Labor LaborThe LaborThe LaborThe
The letter continues If these > st stride strMs t tri ¬
ride ri 6 are true you and the members fl flOur f fyour fyour
your Our union will certainly agree pe v t i ime it itme jme
me that no punishment under upd r the lax laxis 1a 1aIs IaIs
is too t o severe s yere to be Jtietftd out t to H Hguilty ftguiUy tiguilty
guilty men Their guilt ul1t or their Inno Innocence inn inncence inncence ¬
cence cannot c nnot be said to have any bear bearing bllting ¬
ing upon the rights rl hts or privileges prlvUegfsunion privilegesunion r < f funion
union labor lAbor organisations at atvitally arvitally a avitally
vitally interested in this case cas If ti timen thmen t tmen
men now accused are guilty of mur murf1 murf1they murijthey < i ithey
they should be condemned con emlled by any lab laborganization lal1organlz laborganization
organization organlz tion in the world orld If th they y arn arninnocent arrinnocent ar4innocent >
innocent the slate of Idaho their a acuser acuser acuser
cuser will do its duty in righting the thewrong tl1Pwrong th thwrong
wrong done dope them themFair lhemFair themFair
Fair Trial Promised PromisedThe PromisedThe PromisedThe
The governor expresses his belief beIi r in inunionism inunionism i iunionism
unionism saying he knows the tb condi conditions conditions COTl4tlon ¬
tions and reward of labor havet have bPI tjowonderfully pr prwonderfully
wonderfully improved through th thr In Instrumentality I Istrumentahity ¬
strumentality of labor organizations organizationsFurther orKtUtIZ8tirnFurther orenizatirmsFurther
Further he expresses expr es the opinion that thatlab thatlab thatlab
lab r organizations should b 1M the first firstto firstto firstto
to condemn wrong Closing CJ06in he says saysI say sayr
I want to assure your union that the theaccused theaccused theaccused
accused men sball have ba e a fair and Im Impartial impartial hrpartial
partial trial The fairness falri1t > 8S of spirit spiritwhich spiritwhich < fwhich
which you ou addressed a drpssed me has Inducri Inducrithis Inducfthis induclthis
this lengthy epistle epistleA
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES PILESItching PILESItching PILESItching
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud Protruding ProtrudIng Protrudlag ¬
ing Piles PlI s Your druggist will refund refundmoney refunmoney refunimoney
money if PAZO P AZO OINTMENT falls to tosure tvur tcrare
sure ur you in six to fourteen fourt en days du S SOc 50cNETTLETON SOcNETTLETON 5O 5ONETTLETONCONFIRMED
NETTLETON NETTLETONCONFIRMED NETTLETONCONFIRMEDHeyburn CONFIRMED CONFIRMEDHeyburn CONFI MED MEDHeyburn
Heyburn Weakened When It Came Cameto
to a Showdown ShowdownSpecial ShowdownSpecIal ShowdownSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldTultlngton Here1dW7asliiflgton
Washington March l2 lThe The fight If Iftween hrtween 1 1tween
tween Senator Dubois and the Repu Repuloan REpuiliCl1 Repuhien
loan delegation from Idaho in cnr cnrjress cq cqgress c cgress
gress over the NampajiostniastPrshjp NampajiostniastPrshjpmded Nampa postniastersh p pended
ended today tada when the senate confirm confirmfl confirmflthe 1 1the Ithe
the nomination of Postmaster P stmaster NettT NettTLon NfttTtott Nettitoil >
Lon Senator Heyburn Representative RepresentativeFrench Repre RopresenLLttFrench entati i iFrench
French and the state Republican r rganization or organintion > r rjanisation
janisation of Idaho were opposed opposedthe >
the reappointment re Olntment of Kettleton ettleton bp bpause ppcause bccause
cause it is stated he refused to COT COTTlbute rOTtribute ro rotribute
tribute to a campaign fumj His recori recoriis
as postmaster however was good ar 1 1ie 1he I Ihe
he ie was reappointed d Heyburn ai alFrench a 1 1French I IFrench
French held up the nomination an anl anlDubois 1 1Dubois 1Dubols
Dubois supported the postdffice depar deparment deparment deparwent
ment in making it A spirited fight vas xvaan vasin as asIn
In n prospect which Was averted by the theWithdrawal tho1ithdraval tkowithdrawal
withdrawal Withdrawal of the oPposltion of H Hiwrn Ht Htburn Hburn
burn and French Had H the expert expdl expdlti expe l lIght Iflght
Ight ti ht come to a sltpwdoAyh sl1Q 9qwht It Is believ bel1 bel1documenUlry 1 1locumentary 1documentary
documentary evidencetrould eYidenar ul have been beenaroduced bhl1prtJ bc i iptuduced
aroduced prtJ uced to ubsfeant4atethe ubst ntJatethe assertion assertionhat assertll1that assertIrithat
that the opposition to Nettl Nettlton ton was waslue wasdue wasdue
due to his refusing to pay polItical as asieesments assessments assessments5
ieesments sessmentsITALIAN sessments5ITALIAN ieesmentsTALIAN
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ITALIAN WOMAN IS ISDOOMED ISDOOMED ISI ISDOOMED
DOOMED TO DEATH DEATHWashington DEATHI DEATHWashington DEATHWashington
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Washington March 12 1The The supr suprll supreme supremecourt m mourt 1A 1Acourt
court ourt of the United States today r rused rfused re refused >
fused to graht a writ of habeas habo s corpus corpvun corpuqin
in n the case of Anna Valentine tho thetalian thoItalian thoItalian
Italian woman who is under sentene senteneof
of if deefh doo h at Hackensack N J on the thoiharge thecharge thecharge
charge of murdff mutq in tb that t ally In inthus 1904 1904hus 1 4 4thus
thus affirming affinnIl1gthe the decision deri lon of the cir ciruit clrenit circuit
enit uit court

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