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APPiiALfS FILEg
BY st t l f aN
St Louis Mo Dec 17 Attorneys
I for tho Standard Oil company of N6
U isoy its subsldlaries artdtl j I
mo i v ldtia1 against whom the govern
ment recently won its dissolution suit
I It day lllcd an appeal from the adVenJ
clslon of
the federal circuit court
I Sixtyfive instances the assignments
I ol error arc that UIQ qvidoncp did not
show a violation of thcShprman anti
trust law i
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The uudiiigs In fospecl tOCOmpetl
tion between
en corporations occupying
contiguous territory are assailed t4
are also conluslous oA the coniC re
garding the part that John D Rocke
fellcrT John D Archboldnnd other in
dniduul defendants took in Iho forma
tjon apd conduct of thc various com
panies J
The order granting tho appeal was
signed by Circuit Judges Hook and
Adams
The assignments as set out nrc
First There was error In the de
nial of defendants motion to sot aside
the courts order permitting the ser
vice of summons on nonresident de
fendants and
SecondIn overruling the plea to
the jurisdiction of the court
Corporations Not Competitive
Third In the decision that many of I
tho nineteen corporations a majority
of the stock of which was In 1819
owned by stockholders of the Stand
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ard Oil company of New Jersey were
naturally competitive
FourthIn Hndlng that In ten years
prior to 1879 John D Rockefeller
William Rockefeller Henry IJ Rog
ers Henry M Flager John D Arch
bold Oliver H Payne and Charles M I
Pratt had acquired control of any cor I
poration that had been In competi
tion that they had placed a majority
of the stock of these corporations and
interests In property and business
thus obtained In various trustees
that they had thereby suppressed com
petition that from 1879 to 1892 they
prevented such corporations and oth
ers from competing by causing a ma
jority of their stock to be held In
trust for stockholders of the Standard
Oil company of Ohio that from 1S92
to 1S99 they accomplished the same
icSult by tho joint equitable owner
ship of a majority of the stock that
In 1S09 they caused a majority of the
stock of said nineteen corporations to
be transferred to the Standard Oil I
company of New Jersey In exchange
for Its stock so that the lattor ac
quired legal title and power to llx
rates of transportation purchase and
selling price of petroleum
1ifthJn finding that the Standard
Oil compauy of New Jersey has since
1899 prevented competition because
for many years prior tp 1899 the cor
porations had ben held in the same
common ownership aa component
parts of one business and were not
competitive companies nor were they
under any obligations to compete with
each other
Deny Violation of Act
SixthInf finding that If the neces
sary effect of a contract to restrict
free competition It Is a violation of
the Sherman act
Seventh In findIng lhal the ex
change of stock of competitive corpor
ations the effect of which is to re
strict competition constitutes a com
bination In restraint of commerce
EighthIn finding that the Stand
ard OH company of Ohio acquired oth
er corporations exchange of stock
if such finding be construed to mean
those methods of acquisition were ex
clusive because many were bought for
cashNinth
NinthIn finding that the method
of dissolution of the socalled trust of
1862 was adopted to deter many hold
ers of trust certificates from surren
dering them and accepting shares of
stock or to enable individual defend
ant and their associates to secure
control of all companies
TenthIn finding that the supreme
court of Ohio in 1892 decided the
trust of 1SS2 tended to create a mon
opoly
Eleventh In finding that when tho
Standard Oil company of New Jersey
in 1899 acquired the stock of nine
teen companies It succeeded to the
legal title to a majority of the stock
if such finding moans only a majority
the fact being that It acquired all
shares of each of tho nineteen com
panies except the Northwestern Ohio
Natural Gas company
Separate Management
Twelfth In finding that between
1899 and 190G affairs of the socalled
subsidiary companies had been man
aced by the New Jersey company as
tho business of a single person the
fact being that while there was co
operation for economical and efficient
management each company was sep
arately managed by these officers and
directors
ThirteenthIn finding that among
the companies controlled by the New
Jersey company there arc six market
ing companies which had 3571 selling
stations
FourteenthIn finding that the
Standard Oil company of New Jersey
has acquired a commanding volume of
the trade by means of a trust
Fifteenth In finding that the seven
Individual defendants combined to
suppress competition
SlxleonUiiIu finding that the ex
change of stock for interests In a sin
glo corporation are Illegal
Seventeenth finding that corpor
al Ions are legal entiuios distinct from
stockholders
Deny All Restraint
Assignments IS to 24 argue that the
Sherman act does not differentiate be
tween various forms of competition
and that the court erred finding that
the transfer of stock In tho nineteen
companies Co the Slaudard Oil com
pany of New Jersey increased its pow
er Co prevent competition or vested in
the larger company the control of the
socalled potentially competitive
companies
Tho next nino assignments deny the
courts accuracy in finding that the
transfer resulted in a combination and
conspiracy in restraint of trade that
tho Standard Oil company is domin
ated by the seven individual defend
ants and that the big corporation has
since lSD exercised unlawful powers
Error IRalso alleged In the ruling
that a holding company owning the
stock of companies that otherwise
ould be competitive IWB a form of
trust prohibited by the Sherman act
The document then turns tothc
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nay that Painkiller Eells tho best ofjxnjr
medicine they keopydurlhfflho linnrCfiffctf
of the past year or two there wero uono
too poor to pay their quarter for a boltlo
of the indiBpcooablo family medicine Bo
euro and get tho gonuino 25c 35c and
COc bottles
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courts reference to r tho Northern Se
curities case and alleges error vas
< committed in deciding that the case
wii3 julod byjthe older decision
Tho atiltucle of tue rulings regard
ing the defendant subsidiary com
panics Is noxt attacked error boLl
l assorted in the findings ns to thcirf Jj
latlons with the Standard of New Jer
sey I The existence ot a conspIracySTh
restraint of trade Is denied from itiiB
viewpoint
Crltlcioo Decree
Criticism of the decree bogin 1h
assignment No IS The court en
joined tho New Jersey company from
voting the stock of the subsidiary
concerns smaller company from pay
InS dividends to the larger Individual
defendants from continuing the com
bination which It found to exist or tho
formation by them of any similar ar
rangement looking to tae control of
the price or transportation of petro
leum All these orders arc declared
to bo in error
The assignment of errors was pre
sented to the court by Frank L Craw
ford of New York counsel for the
Standard Oil company
BUffALO ORDERED
10 fiu TO CORINIO
Washington Dec 17The United
States ship Buffalo now at Panama
with eight hundred marines on board
has been ordered to sail at once for
Corlnto
This action wag taken today as the
result of a telegram received rom the
United States consulate at Managua
stating that inasmuch as Zclaya In
his message resigning tho presidency
has made a plehsant reference to Am
ericans and owing to a report cur
rent in that city that civilian adher
ents of Zola > a bad been attacked with
daggers
Reports from tho American con
sulate at Managua says that It Is cur
rently rumored there that when Ma
driz arrived in Managua presumably
tomorrow Zelaya will formally sur
render his office to the national as
sembly and that that body already has
received Instructions from Zelaya to
cast Its vote tor Irlas as president of
Nicaragua
This rumor Is directly at variance
with the understanding that Madrlz
would receive the upport not only
of Zelaya himself but of his faction
The conclusion of the United States
officers at Managua Is that by the se
lection of Irlas Zelaya would still
dominate
Zelaya3 change of front Is a mat
ter of no surprise here It being
known that both Irma and Madrlz have
long been regarded as Zelayas will
ing tools and it has been suspected
for some time that Irlas was really
Zelayas first choice for the presidency
and Madrlz second
The hurry orders to the Buffalo to
proceed at once to Corlnto may have
some significance other than that
stated Inasmuch as her arrival there
Is looked for on tho day that Madrlx
Is expected to arrive In Managua
> Rear Admiral Kimball who went to
Panama on the Dixie will accompany
the marines to Corlnto He will then
take command of naval stations at
that port
Now hero are the Albany York
town VIcksburg and the Collier Sa
turn Tho Princeton Is expected to
arrive tonight
Mr Calvo Costa RIcan minister
to Washington and Mexico today gave
the Associated Press the following
statement of his country attitude
In regard to Nicaraguan affairs
As to the revolutions the govern
ment of Costa Rica has endeavored to
maintain by all means In Its power
the strictest neutrality both In con
formity with Its traditional policy of
noninterference in its neighbors inter
nal affairs and with the provisions of
the treaty and conventions of Wash
ington
Regarding the differences unfor
tunately existing between Nicaragua
and tho United Stales the Costa Ri
can government earnestly deplores
the strained relations between the
two countries and the consequent sit
uation While Costa Rica will bo ready
to do all within Its means towards
a happy solution it has taken no ac
tion whatever In the matter the gov
ernment having no opportunity to co
operate to that end
Also with reference to publications
regarding Senor Jimenez president
elect of Costa Rica has been made
to appear antiAmerican Minister Cal
vo emphatically affirmd what ho has
already said that is that theue are
erroneous and incorrect assertions
Senor Jimlnez he said is a prominent
lawyer a man of high character and
a true patriot with a keen apprecia
tion of Central American society and
an earnest desire that the traditional
good relations between Costa Rica
and the United States shall continue
as friendly as ever
President Taft has received the
telegram from President Zolaya In
1 which ho admits that tho message
proposing an American commission to
Investigate the conditions in Nicara
gua was not sent to Secretary Knox
as he had staled In a public Inter
view but that the message was sent
to the NIcaraguan charge Mr Rodri
guez for transmission to the secre
tary The message however was
never delivered at the state depart
ment
Managua Dec l7The governors
of the departments of Granada and
Leon have been removed from office
and replaced by men known to be
favorable to Dr Julian Irlas minister
general and to Dr Madrlz both of
whom have presidential aspirations
David Arellano who was arrested
last November In a celebration at
Granada In honor of President Tafts
election which the government inter
preted as a demonstration in favor of I
American annexation was released
from the penitentiary today
A reception committee of six has
been appointed to meet Dr Madrlz
on his arrival at Corlnto Sunday
Heavy recruiting iy going on here
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Wll1T SLAVE RILL
11VENATTENTION
Washington Dec ISA bill aiming
at the suppression of the white slave
traffic and imposing Imprisonment
and heavy tines forany porgon im
p1tIflWpntQflIflttlU5 coujfyry for
Unmoral flurpofeerf or harboring tliem
flcr their arrival here was repurli
lout of the immigration committee
day The measure Is a substitute
11 tho two bills Introduced by Repro
nlatlvcs Dennett and Sabath and is
tended to cover the ground of the
jill prepared by Chairman Mann of
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iachnrer of Furs New York City who is retiring
46 from busines on t1ccouni 01 ill health
cf 200 Ladies Suits at 12 Prices 250 Ladies Coats
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1000 ALLIGATOR IIAND BAGS 695 BATTENBERG ETC AT COST
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35c Embroidered Handkerchiefs at > 259
25c HAT PINS OA J
Th r 35c NcckTvear special 2aA h
jh4 50c Neckwear 35
special + 35f
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL ELECTRIC LAMPS 1
GOc Box Ruehing 5O f
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20 CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL CUT GLASS 1 >
I 36c Box 2D o
Ruching
Our entire stock of Hand Bags at 20 per cent off 2 v iE J I
c L 1 r USIC J Rolls and Guff Boxes at 20 per cent off 25c Alger Books yours at do 19
GOc Comic Books 49
Gents 50c and 75c Neckwear Of Of 35 119 Gift Books ao
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LAST l THOMAS
the Interstate commerce committee
A maximum penalty of ten years Im
prisonment and a fine of 50000 is pro
vided for violations
The bill also covers the interstate
traffic
The White Slave bill Introduced
by Chairman Mann of the house com
mittee on Interstate and foreign com
merce was considered also at todays
meeting of Mr Manns committee but
was not acted upon The committee
wjll meet again tomorrow
Minority Weakening
Advocates of the bill believe that
one of the two of the minority are
weakening Contentions of the Irnrnl
gratlqn committee that it and not the
interstate commerce commission has
jurisdiction was brought un today but
It was claimed that the bill in no way
divested the immigration committee
of Its perogativcs
In his report Mr Howell chair
man of the Immigration committee
expressed the opinion that the meas
ure will largely fulfill the duty and
meet tho opportunity of the national
government towards these practices
Ask More Legislation
The report recommends additional
legislation by states and territories
and the District of Columbia along
lines of the Illinois law The subbill
is changed from the original immi
gration committees bill so as to ap
ply to persons who are supported
by or receive In whole or in part pro
ceeds of prostitution
The substitute calls for the deport
ment and exclusion of immoral aliens
exclusion and punishment of their pro
curers and punishment of all persons
trafllclng in Immoral women alien
or native horn tho subject of inter
state commerce
fiovvslrhlst
We offer OncTIUnJreJ Dollars Reward fof
1n09C of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall Catarrh Cure
I J CIIOEY CO Props Toledo O
We the undersigned Lave known JF J
Cheney for thb last fifteen years and believe
him perfectlyhonorable in all business Irani
adiirJns and financially able to carry out on Y
obligations made by their firm
WEST TauAXAVholcaale Dr ic 1Iu ToledoO
WALDIUC KINNAN MARVIH Wholesale Drug
gists Toledo 0
Halls Catarrh Curc is taken internally act
ing directly upon the blood anil mucous sur
faces of the yclctn Price The per bottle
Sold by nil druggists Testimonials free
Hall s Tamily rills arc the best
CORBETT WILL BE
PUNCIlIN6 BAfi
New York Dec 17James J Cor
bett will be the animated punching
bag on which James J Jeffries will
practice In fitting himself for his fight
with Jack Johnson for tho heavyweight
championship of tho world I
This was the announcement made
today by Corbett on his arrival from
Europe on the Maurctania The one i
time wearer of tho championship belt
said he would start a series of hard
fights with Jeffries forty days before
the big flght comes off
I am going to do all I can to help
Jeffries win declared Corbett
HI think if he simply spars to get
into shape It will do him little good
I and have arranged to get Into condi
tion myself and have some good fights
with him They will not be merely
light forms of exercise but we will
go at one another as If there was a
big stake up and a good house look I
ing on I believe this is just what
Jeff needs to make him fit I
If Jim Jeffries was the Jeffries of
ten years ago I would not bother go
Ing to see the fight continued Cor
bett But we must find out just what
stamina he may have lost while he
lms been out of the game
In someof my bouts with him wo
may go as many as twenty rounds I
have no monetary agreement with
him I am simply helping him out
because of my desire to see him In
shape to Whip Johnson
RESULTS AT TAMPA
Tampa Dec liFour favorites
won today he feature race was be
tween John Cirlflln Milton B and ily
perion II the first winning In linpTes
slvo style five lengths In troutof MIIT
ton B
Griffin was tho favorite of the day
and uitrnany layers hartl when they
I dklnot boll6vu he couljl beat Hyper I
ion Summary I
First raccfive furlongsJJorpc1h
won Catherine Montour second
Bannndo third Time 105 15
Second race six furlongsLaSallo
won Lens second Rebel Queen
third Time JlS J5
Third race five and a half furlongs
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Nellie Burgess won Baleshed sec
ond The Ram third Time 113
Fourth race five and a half fur
longs John Griffin won Milton B
second Hyperion II third Time
111 25
Fifth race five and a half furlongs
W I Hinch won Confessor second
Comic Opera third Time 113
Sixth race mile Mrs Sewell won
Descomnots second OUlo third
Time 147
MORGAN AND COMPANY
BUY TELEPHONE STOCk
New York Dec 17Tho announce
ment made with authority by
Clarence Brown general counsel
on his return from a confer
ence with Morgan and company is
correct
In addition to tho acquisition of
the stocks of the United States Long
Distance and the Cuynhoga Telephone I
company J P Morgan and company
have purchased for their own account I
a majority of the stock of the Toledo I
Home Telephone company tho Citi I
zens Telephone company of Colum I
bus the Dayton Home Telephone
company tho Indianapolis Telephone II
company the New Long Distance Tel
ephone company of Indiana and Ihc
Now Telephone company of Indian
apolis I am advised that the Boll com
panies have no financial or other in
terests In the properties
This is tho statement made by Mr
Brown tonight
Morgan and Company will operate
these companies permanently as their
own property ° said James S Bralley
t r = president of tho United States
company through whoso agency the
slockwas purchased
r There will be no now general hold
ing company
The system thus acquired by Mor
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telephones and 10000 miles of long
distance lines covering Ohio Indiana
and Michigan according to Mr Brat
ley The amount of stock purchased
is not given
Tho companies have an aggregate
capitalization of 500000 bonds 4
nnOOOfJ preferred stock and 11000 I
000 cOmmon storki Tho actual value
of Uiu phvsical property Is estimated
at 20TUpOO Morganand Company
arc said to liuV paid approximately
r oO S1cr 0111f ir ifilt1 i1
Washington Dee 17Plans arc
afoot It Is believed for the coif sum
mallon of a confederation of th4 Cen
tral American republics j
A HOTBE DAME LADYS APPEAL
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To nit knoKlnr ouCerors of Theumatlrn
whether muxculnr or ot the joints eclatloa
lumbago backache palna in tho kidneys or
neuralgia pain to write to her for a homo
treatment which has repeatedly cured all of
the < u tortures She reals It her duty to seoj
It to air sufferers FREE You cure yoorself
at homo aa thousands iril 1 testify no chftuco
ot climate being necessary This alraplo
discovery banlihea uric odd from iho blood
Joovns Th stiffened Joint purlriVs the Mood
and brlirhteno the eyes giving elasticity and
ton to PIt whole njsum Jr the ubovc In
tprfitg you for root address Mrs II Sum
mers Box It Notro Dame lad
Sovontyflve per cent ot the hay crop I
of the United States omitting alfalfa
clover and grain cut green for the
purpose Is produced by ten states

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