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Harriman Lines Are to Employ
a Large Force
and Expend 1500000
in Improvements at Ogden and on the Bridge Across
Great Salt Lake
AR soon an the piling stringers and
caps arrive at Lakeside work will
commence on the double trnclc trestle
on tho OgdonLucln cutoff of tlio
Southern Pacific company across the
Great Salt Lake This was Uio an
0 nouncement made from till oJUco of
tho company In Ogden this morning
Tho Improvement work on tho cut
off as well as that In the Union de
pot yards will bo under the direction
of Assistant Engineer A Q Campbell
of the Harriman lines Mr Campbell
will have under his Immediate charge
about a thousand mon on tho cutoff
and In Ogden
All of this
vast amount of recon
BtrucUon and Improvement work will
Involve the expenditure of approxi I
mately 1500000 during tho summer
The cutoff reconstruction will in
dude the building of a mile trestle
from the west end of the present tres I
tle to tho fill extending from the
west shore of tho lake and which
will be raised to the some grade as
tho trestle when the new trestle Is
When tho cutoff was built the ac
tual work on which started eight
years ago today March 17 1902tbo
fill1 on tho west side of tho trestle
In the last five miles was allowevl lo
drop about five feet It Is this grado
that will ho rnlllcd
The base of operations will ho nt
Lakeside on the west shore of tio
lake at which point steam shovels
are being Installed for operation In
the mammoth gravel pit to supply
rock and ballast for the five trntns to
be used In furnishing material for the
This mornIng a gravel train with
about one hundred men commenced
work hauling sand from tho Sand
Ridge cutoft to flll In between the
walls of tho foundation for the new
freight house A large force of men
are laying tho long chain of sower
and drain pipes for the freight depot
and the Union depot platform The
track gangs nre working upoj tho
lowering of the old passenger tracks
In tho Union depot yards to the same I
grade as tho flve new tracks laM last I
fall upon which tho finishing touches I
are now being made
PbNcIirb r tho ONeill Construc
tion company returned from Logan
last evening for tho purposo of hir
ing men to work on tho new sewer
that Mr ONeills company Is con
structing In that city Mr ONeill
states that he has forty men on tho
Logan sower but that ho can handle
75 more Ho also states that It IB uot
un easy matter to find many men who
are particularly anxious for work not
withstanding the fact that there seems
to bo a number of idle men about tho
The cane of tho State against Thorn
na Brown of North Ogden for tho
alleged selling of adulterated milk
March 6th won taken up for trial and
Il Jury empaneled in police court this
The demurrer of the attorneys for
thodefendant that the complaint did
not state facts sufficient to consti
tute a cause of action was sustained
iiy tho court and the state given per
mission to filo au amended com
plaint which was done
State Puro Food and Dairy Inspect
t > r Wlllard Hanson State Chemist
Herman Harmcs and Deputy State
Iood and Dairy Inspector H C Smith
t > t Salt Luke are hero ah witnesses I
hi tlw case
The contention of the defendant
will be that the milk sold A D Gar
nor on the dnto mentioned was not
adulterated and that the test made
by the state chemist will so Indicate
whon the matter Is thoroughly In
voHtlgalod that If It was adulterat
ed or contained less than L2 per cent
Both Phones 323
In Just to Laugh Thats All
Assisted by Corinne Sayles In
pavement Patter
Burlctke Circus the best amuse S
ment for ladles and children
The Celebrated European Flute Vir S
Late CoStar The Golden Girl
The Clown and the Girl
PRICE8Nlght 10c 26o and 60c
Matinees 10c 1S and 23c
fat and less than 12 per cent solid
I H was tho fault of tho cows from
which the milk was taken
The following men were chosen to
hear the case hi which Thomas Brown
Is charged with selling adulterated
milk v j Stevens Walter Perry
IL A Hicks and T E Mathews
Tho testimony of D A Garner and
Deputy Stale Food Inspector Smith
was to the effect that milk wan pur
chased from the defendant on March
5 and Mr Smith stated that a sample
of the milk had been turned over to
State Chemist Harms
Tho testimony of Chemist Harms
was that tho milk given him by Mr
Smith had received a chemical test In
his ofllco and was found to rontnln
leas than 32 per cent fat and less
than 12 per cent solid tho standard S
required by law Mr Harms also tes
tified that It Is possible for some cows
to give milk that would ho bolow the
standard as proscribed by the laws of
Utah but that It could not well fall
below the standard as In this case
The defendant and his son Elsie
Brown testified that tho milk sold to
Mr Garner on the morning of March
5th had not been watered and that
they had never watered their milk
Mr Brown tho defendant was at
Liberty tho morning the mill was de
livered to Garner
Became InsaneAt about 330 thIs
afternoon Arthur Bailey became men
tally unbalanced and had to be placed
In the padded cell at the county Jail
Ho Imagined that tho country was
flooded with water and to male his
escape drove his horse at a terrific
rato of speed along Twentyfifth
Funeral of Maysflold Knowlcs The
funeral services over the remains of
Maysflold Knowlcs who died at tho
Ogden general hospital Tuesday noon
will be held tomorrow at 2 p m at
tho Rlchey funeral chapel The death
certificate signed by Uio doctors and
given to the undertaker state the I
cause of death was acute uraeinlc poi
Expected This Evening General
Superintendent Davis and Superin
tendent Manson of the Salt Lake di
vision of tho Southern Pacific are ex
pected to return to Ogden lato this
evening from a trip over the division I
after investigating tho amount of dam
age caused by the recent washouts at
various points
S Japo Throat CutJoc Mathfuro a
Jap states that a big drunk man nc
costed him last night near the Union
depot and tried to cut his throat Ho
saysthe desperado undertook to get
his money and when ho failed In that
ho proceeded to whittle on his throat
Tho Jail is at his home 210R Lincoln
avenue suffering from a fow sharp
knife wounds in his neck No trace of
tho holdup has been found
Mrs Tea lette Abbott and daughter
wero Ogdin visitors during tile week
tho guests of Mrs Abbotts son Jed
Abbott the claim agent of the Har
rlman llunn at Ogden
Misses Chloo Adams and Allco El
lison of Farmlncton visited frIend
in Ogden during the past few days
Henry C Baker of the Ogden Port
land Cement campany Is a Salt Lake
visitor today
Game In Salt Lake Saturday after
noon tho Weber Academy and Deaf
School teams will play their tie game
for the northern championship In Salt
Lake on the Y M C A floor
New York March 17Miss P
Drizzle au officer of tho Christopher
Columbus university here founded by
Countess Annie Lcary In 1907 an
nounced today that Mrs Hetty Green
will give the university a plot of land
on Fifth avenue opposite Central
park valued at 500000 as an Easter
gift No recent transfer of any land
to Mrs Green has been reported
Tho Countess Annie Leery was re
cently given her title by the pope
It was announced site had made fur i
ther plans to found a great memorial
to Christopher Columbus No further
details were them available
Pomona In the confidence of Mrs
Green Imvo no knowledge of her In
tention to part with 500000
Salt Lake March 17 Charged with
enticing the 6ycarold daughter of
Mrs J Bock from her homo at 321
Sixth Enat street with a sinister
pose In view Anthony Woods a ce
ment contractor 29 years old was ar
rested h y Patrolman Anthony Olson
Patrol Driver George Moore and Mo
torcycle W W Griffin Wednesday
afternoon at 1230 oclock and saved
from a possible lynching at tho hands
of Infuriated citizens on P street be
tween Third and Fourth streets
According to the reports received
by tho police Woods wont to tho homo
of tho child
Wednesday about
and after giving her a bag of candy
enticed her to accompany hIm to the
eastern part of the city before the
child was missed by tho anxious moth
or Mrs J Klngdon an aunt of the
child saw the two passing her house
at Seventh East and Fourth South
streets on their way eastward and
ran after tho man
Says Husband Told Her and Niece
Commercial Street Wan Good
Enough for Them
Salt Lake March 17 According to
tho allegations in a complaint for dl
flied In the
vorce district
court Wed
iiMday by A
Mary Horlihy John Her
hihy was not an agreeable
person to
live with to say tlio leant Sho charges
him with many nets of cruelty
I wblcb is that last June be throW among a I
o o
0 Washington March 17Tho C
O house refused again today to O
O tako up the Crumpacker bill to O
S O amend the census act O
O Although regular Ropubll O
O cans who were defeated with O
O Speaker Cannon yesterday ral O
O lied some Democrats to their O
O support they obtained only 137 O
O votes to 112 negative Speaker O
O Cannon derided Insurgent vet O
O ers on their attitude O
O Washington March 17 O
O Following up their victories O
O over tho speaker and regular 0
O Republicans the house Demo O
O orals attempted to change tho 0
O rules of the house Norris of 0
O Nebraska offered a rcsolu O
O Uon for the npolntment of a 0
O new committee on rules and O
O making the speaker ineligible 0
O to serve thereon 0
flatiron and a pair of his old shoes
at her She also alleges that he told
she and her niece to go out on the
streets and enter the underworld and
that they were not fit for any place
but Commercial street
On March Q 100D while she was III
with appendicitis Mrs Horlihy alleges
Herllhy refused her mcdtcal attention
and wont to Blugham leaving her to
die Then In August last abc de S
clares he threatened to kill her and
their children and at the same time
said that he had bought a green plot
up in ML Olivet for them Sho al
leges that in January of this year ho
tried to choko her and on February
C ho tried to beat hor On February
9 sho claims that ho brought a bottle
of chloroform home and told her that
It was for her to take She also al
loges that he has spat upon and struck
their daughter and called her and the
children vile names Being unable to
stand tho treatment longer she de
clares sho was compelled to leave
him February 9
They wero married in England
Juno 3 1891 and havo two children of i
whom tho woman asks the custody I
Herllhy has been employed at the
store of Callaway Hoock 8 Francis
and has earned about 100 a month
but he has not supported his family
according to Mrs Herllby
Detroit March 16Tom Healy of
Detroit was tho sensation of tbe clos
ing day of tho tenth annual tourna
ment of the American Bowling con
gress when he rolled tho remarkable
score of 705 in the Individual ovont
winning that event and getting a now
toiirnaiubent record Ho also won
the prize for the best total for nine
gomes with 19G1 which Is another
new American Bowling congress rec
Heals great series came in the
afternoon after practically every one
hal become reconciled to the almost
certain victory of William Richter of
Chicago 7ith GD2 He opened with
23C and tho crowd went wild when
he hung up 2CS for his seconda to
tal of 504 for two games He needed
180 to win and made assurances
doubly sure with 201 giving him a
lead of 13 pins over RIchter
Washington March 1C Chairman
Knapp of tho interstate commerce
commission and Dr Charles P Nclll
commissioner of labor mediators un
der the Erdman act left for Chicago
today to undertake the adjustment
of the controversy between tho West
ern railways and their englnemon and
firemen Both mediators oxpressed
hope of a successful outcome
The InterMountain Fair Associa
tion Principal place of ibuslueas Og
den Utah
NoticeThere are delinquent on tho
following described stock on account
of assessment levied on the 22nd day
of January 191 Assessment No3
of 100 per share to pay for Improve
ments and debt now existing tho sev
eral amounts set opposite the names
of the respective shareholders as fol
Name Cert No Shares AmnL I
J C Nyc 1 5 5 5Oo
H H Marks I E COO
D A Smyth 28 52 5200
Wm Glnsmann J1 12120 12000
0 B Madson 51 5 COO
J G need Bros 64
10S 170 187 224 225
and 232 65 Co00
Wheelwright Mere Co
C7 and 22S 13 1500
Geo A Hodson 165 2 200
John Hoxer ISO I 100
M S Marriotts 207 20 2000
E M Conroy 210 210 20 2000
M L Harbison 226 2 2Of
M S Foss 210 1 100
J W Bailey 24124i C 600
J W F Volker 201 50 CO00
N H Ives 262 23 2300
Mrs Minnie Cartwright
264 H 2 200
Frank Francis 267 1 100
D B Ellis 269 2 200
Grant Syphere 270 fi 500
Wm Glasmann Jr 271 2 200
Ellen Larson 273 2 200
W E Hart 275 7 700
Frank Poulter 27C 2 200
D S Tracoy 277 5 500
Roscoo Glasmann 280 2 200
O 0 Hefner 253 2 20Q
Thoa Etherington 235 S SOo
D T Tracey 233 7 700
C Parry 239 2 101
AGHorn261 2 200
LLJonel2I9 5 500
N Mark 5 10 IOQO
C W Cress li 20 20 00
Samuel Had toy 24 2 200
Jno D Powell 52 6 600
P M Poulson 74 v 10 1000
S F Hosmur 109 2 200
H F Peterson 1358 13Gt ioo
W J LIndsay 2S1 283 if 1500
J S Carver 2S2 10 1000
Hyrum Goodalo 149 5 300
Tryphena McAland 157 22 22 00
D Hodson 162 4 100
J V Hurst 2S4 S siflO
II G Wright 2S5 2 200
JOB Thomas 247 2 200
Ezra Richardson 113 107 10700
And In accordance with law and or
der of tho board of directors made on
the 22ud day of January iflit M
many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may bo necessary will bo
sold at the front door of tho Wober
County Court House on tho 5th dar
of April 1910 at 2 oclock Pm to
pity delinquent assessment thereon
together with tho coat of advertising
and expense of pale
Secreti ry
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Almon M White to Start Construction on Three Modern Cottages
Ogden Packing Company Building a Large AnnexCold
1 i f ti Storage Plant to be Erected S
1 S
i 121 I 5
Building activity of the city in
creases as the spring weather con
tinues and the contractors state that
It will not be long before the question
of getting laborers will be one to
seriously consider
The Ogdon Packing company has be
gun tho construction of a 10000 an
nex to Its main building on west
Twenty fourth street Lack of room
to handle tho business of the com
pany In the present quarters has nec
essitated tho now structure This an
ucx is to bear brick three stories
high and 30xGO feet In size Jn it
will bo placed fire large tanks and
it will also bo used as a store room
for the byproducts of the plant It
Is being built on the north side of the
main building
Superintendent Jensen states that
during the latter part of the summer
months the company will also build
a 25000 annex on the east side of
the main building to 10 used as a
refrigerator and In which will be
an artificial Ice plant It Is antici
pated that this annex will double tho
cooling capacity of the present plant
and furnish Ice for tho entire year
This work will be pushed with all
possible haste the idea being to have
the plant in the Improved condition
for next years business
David MnttBon has token out a per
mit to build his 16000 business block
on Twentyfifth street and Lincoln
avenue and excavation work for the
basement will be commenced tomor
row Mr Mattson says ho figures
on finishing tho structure within the
next three months
Tho remodeling of the passenger
Elation of the Salt Lake Ogden
railway depot on Lincoln avenue and
Twentyfifth street has begun and It
is stated by tho contractors that the
place will be In modern condition
within the next 30 days and ready for
use when the road electrified
N Murdock is building a 1000
dwelling houso on Seventeenth street
between Lincoln and Wall avenues
Work on N P Peterson now
1000 home has begun and It Is ex
pected that It will be finished in 00
days The building is situated on
Jackson avonue between Twenty
first and Twentysecond streets
James Calvoit Is building a resi
dence in Roso Court between Twen
tyseventh and Twentyeighth streets
It will cost upvards of 1500 and
will bo ready for occupancy In 00
Almon M While who sold his
Grant avenue property north of tho
Baptist church G7 feet for 100 a
foot to tho Knights of Pythias will
start work Monday next on three
niodern cottages on Patterson aye
nuo between Lincoln and Wall ave
nues Tho cottages are to be thor
oughly modem anil will add to the
attractiveness of that part of the
city as a residence dlturlct
Tho selection ofrW L Park for
marl general superintendent of the
Union Pacific as tylcopresident and
general manager 01 tho Illinois Cen
tral with headquarters at Chicago
has brought about a number of promo
tions on tho cast end of tho Union
Pad 0 c
Circulars Issuqd from the office of
A L Mohler vicepresident and gen
eral manager of the Union Pacific
and approved by Julius Kruttschnltt
director of maintenance and operation
of the Harriman lines announce tho
promotion ol Superintendent Charles
Ware of tho Nebraska division to suc
ceed Park as general superintendent
nnd the appointment of W D Lincoln
as superintendent of transportation
with headquarters at Omaha Tho
title of car service agent has been
abolished and uiuttoru appertaining
thereto will bo assumed by Mr Lin
coln In connection with his new
duties 1
General Superintendent Ware has
issued a circular appointing William
R Cahill as superintendent of the Ne
braska division
Frank R Walkfan grocery has re
moved to 215 Twentyfifth street just
east ot the old stand in tho now brick
Citizens of Ogden
Boost for your city by using OG
DEN MADE FLOURit costs you no
more and every sack you use is a
boost for your top
In that way you mako n Chicago
of Ogden Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
A BOND fOR 100
In the criminal division of the
municipal court this morning D S
Jones acknowledged that ho was un
lawfully drunk laht evening Ho was
Htutenced tJbyh fine of 5 or go
to Jail five days
Fred 0 Hutchlnpon alleged to have
beaten his wifo March 15th was ar
raigned before thQ judge and placed
undor a bond of 100 for hIs appear S
ance for trial attwrno future time S
Mr HutchlnBon plpnded not guilty to
the charge Thd case will be called
for hearing as soon as the attorneys
can agree upon a lime
The court rendered a decision lit
the case of the tatc against P H
Kuril Cregan who was given a prt
llmlnnry hearing yesterday on tho I
charge of robbing Wlllard Por < v lJ of I
515 dlBcbarslns the defendant
Judge Murphy stated that he did not
tblnk the case given against Cregan
was sufficiently strong to warrant
tho expense of bringing it before a
Jury for trial Tho judgo stated
however that he was not altogether
I satisfied with the statements ot
Cregan regarding his actions since
ho camo to the city a number 01
weeks ago
State Food and Dairy Men Make a
Sudden Raid and Coffin
cntc Goode
Upon arriving in tho city this morn
Ing tho stalo officers of tho Food and
Dairy Department Willard Hanson
Herman Harmes and H C Smith of
Salt Lake discovered a shipment of but
ter from the Afton Wyoming Cream
ery company containing three and
onehalf cases that aro underweight
1 ounce per pound They also discov
ered that the Blackman Griffin
I pany of this city had placed butter
on tho market labeled to be from 15
to 16 ounces per pound that was short
1 ounce
Under the advice of United States
District Attorney H B Booth tho Af
Ion butter was seized and a prosecu
tion against the company will bo be
gun In tho federal court as soon as
the necessary papers can be made out
Tho fact that the butter was manu
factured In one stato and sold In an
other made the < ase an Interstate one
and brought It within tho Jurisdiction
of the federal court ot this district
Tho stato officers In this matter
have the power to seize the goods in
question and hold them ponding an
complaint against Blackman
GrIffin says State Inspector Manson
will be tiled this afternoon and the
prosecution will be conducted under
the state law
When advised of the Intentions of
the state officers at noon today Mr
Blackman of the firm of Blackman
GrIffin stated that there must bo a
mistake somewhere S
We have not knowlnzlv sold 1mt
ter that Is under weight he said
and we have always been strict In
our Instructions lo the men at tho
creameries to bo certain that the but
ter sent out Is up to the standard
weight We have not hoard any com
plaint from State Inspector Manson
qnd we cannot believe our butler has
been found short In weight
Inspector Mnnson states that butter
altogether too valuable to bo cold
at short weight and that such prac
tice will bo stopped if It Is In the
power of the courts to do so
And not only will wo see to It that
butter and other foodstuffs bo not
shortweighted but the practice of
soiling adulterated foods must cease
he said
The state officers will return to tho
capital this evening
Got two fine 1 tickets to tho Og
den theater by paying six months
subscription to tile evening Standard
Mr and Mrs A D Dowalldy and
daughter Florence of San Francisco
I arc the guests of lrlnd Mrs C F
Tbyberjj of 2351 Grant avenue
Sego Lily circle No 174 mot In reg
ular session Monday evening March
M in 1 O O F hall about twenty
members being present
Following tho regular business ses
nlon n recitation By Neighbor Jane
McBeth was an enjoyable feature Ute
members immediately after repairing
to one of tho local picture shows to
which they had been Invited where
they completed an onjoyablo evening
About forty guests old friends and
relatives gathered at the home of
George Yenraloy In HnrrlsvIHe lost
evening to celebrate his seventieth
birthday anniversary
Mr Ycarsloy is a native of Pennsyl
vania a pioneer of Utah a long resi
dent of Harrlsvlllo and has many
friends in the state
Both old and young parllclpalcd In
lie general good time last > veuing
Vocal and Instrumental music the
oldtime songs dear to the heart of
every pioneer interspersed with the
popular songs of the day dances old
style and new social chat and many
reminiscences among which Mr
Yearsloy recalled the boys of tho
early days and how ho played mum
ble peg with the now revered bond
of the Mormon church President Jo
seph F Smith and a supper which In
cluded all the good things for which
Harrlsvillo housewives arc noted
rounded out tho happy evening
S With a few remarks expressive of
tho esteem of the assembled guests
one of the number presented to Mr
Yoarsloy a beautiful easy chair as a
token of their regard
Hutchlnson Kan March 17 Ed
ward Pny ou Weston Itrrlvcd hero
this morning eight dnye ahead of his
Schedule HP aunpunccJ dial lie
would probably sprnd Sundnv at Km
poritt Ho left here at 010 oclock
for Now ton whr he will stop to
Nw York March 17Tb advance
in the Bank of Englans discount ratu
bad a mixed effect In the opening of
the stock market here today Unlou
Pacific and Chesapeake Ohio were
down large fractions but moved to
ward recovery Now York Central
rose a point and then reacted 34
Pltlsburg Coal and American Can rose
5S Selling orders Increased after the
Initial dealings Northwestern Bal
timore Ohio preferred and Westing
house Electric foiling 112 and St
Paul 1
Rallies of a point or more were also
made by Union Pacific Rock Island
United States Steel Amalgamated
Copper and Southern Pacific
Tho effect of the rlso In the Bank
of England discount rate on foreign
exchange was pronounced Gold ex
ports from New York were considered
possible It was feared that foreign
subscriptions to American bonds
would bo checked The stock market
was undisturbed
Yesterdays short sellers bought to
cover Amalgamated Copper and
Great Northern Ore certificates gained
1 and Louisville Sc Nanhvlllo 212
Bonds were Irregular
Omaha Livestock
Omaha March 17 Cattle Recoipts
2000 market steady to strong Xak
tire steers 550a810 cows and bolt
crs l50aC35 western steers 6a7
canners 325at50 stockors and
feeders 4a665 calves 450aS25
bulls stags etc 25aG25
Hogo Rccolpto 9900 the market
Is steady Heavy 1045al055 mixed
030al045 light 1020alO pigs
S25a9GO bulk 1030alOi45
i Sheep Receipts 2500 market IGc
higher Wethers J790aS40 ewes
775aS10 lambs 9COal010
Sugar and Coffee
Now York March 17Raw sugar
quiet muscovado 89 test 3SC cen
trifugal 96 test 436 molasses sugar
S9 test uCl Refining steady
Coffee Spot steady No 7 Rio
S 1117n8 34c No 1 Santos U 14
Chicago Produce
Chicago March 17 Butter steady
creams 2Ga11c dairfcs 22a27c Eggs
firm receipts 7974 at mark cases
Included 10 l2c firsts 21c prim
Hints 22c Cheese easy daisies
1C Mull l2c tIns 15 1talo 12c
young Americas 16 1lalG l2c long
horns Cl4alGl2c
Chicago Live Stock
Chicago March iCattle Re
ceipts estimated at 5000 market
strong 5c higher Boovos 5GOoSGj
Texas steers l90aG25 western
steers 70aGSO stackers and feed
ers l70aGGO cows and heifers
375a7 calves S50al060
Hogs Receipts estimated at 14000
market steady Light 51030alO75
mixed 104QalOSci heavy 1045c
1085 rough 1045al060 good to
choice heavy 1060alOS5 pigs 900
alO40 bulk of sales 10Goal080
She Receipts estimated at 10
000 market strong Native 375a
835 western 57oa830 yearlings
8oO j lambs native 325alO
Lambs Sell at 1020
Kansas City Mo March 1iFonr
new price records wore mado sheep
today Lamns some at Jiuju year
lings 940 wothers 8 25 and owes
We wish to extend our thanks and
gratitude to all those kind friends who
assisted us during our lato bereave
ment in the loss of our dear husband
and father Charles Cashmore Also
for those who spoke words of cease
lntloi and furnished the beautiful
singing for the services and to all
those who brought beautiful floral
offerings May they rocelvo the same
kind treatment and God bless them In
the hours of sorrow and distress is
tho earnest prayer of
and Family
Washington March 1GIn tho
sharpest debate yet provoked in the
senate on the administration railroad
bill bitter criticisms of the support
ers of the bill in trying to put tbo
measure through without amendment
elicited from Senator Aldrich admis
sion that the bill could be amended
This statement woa mudo during
the second day of Senator Cummins
Hpeech attacking the bill but not un
til after friends ot tho jnoasuro had
been accused of trying to hide be
hind tho president and behInd tho
fact that the bill hud been drafted
at his direction
For more than two bourn the preol
dent figured in the discussion and for
a tlmo his title if not his name was
bandied about with a freedom thut
amounted to recklessness In this
portion of the debates Senators Ald
rich Bailey Cummins Root Elklns
and Bacon figured conspicuously
Rescue from Courts
Senator Cummins contended that
tho provision In tho bill referring to
tho traffic agreements would render I
them legal without their submission
to the Interstate commerce commis
sion Ho asserted there had been
conspicuous silence in tilt committco
on this subject Thereupon Mr
Crawford turned to Senator Aldrichj
who is a member of the committee on
imerHlate commerce and questioned
him on his interpretation of the
meaning of the provision
The wholo trutb interrupted Mr
Bailey beforo Mr Aldrich could ro
ply Is that the intention of the pro
vision for the repeal of the antltniBt
Jaw IB to reverse tho supremo court
of the United States The effect and
purpose is to take the railroads from
under the supremo court
Mr AldrIch denied the intimation
of the Texas senator and from this
colloquy arose a general discussion
as to whether it had been me origin
I intention to Include the railroad to
tho Sherman nntMrust bill During
his discussion Mr AldrIch said that
no Henalor who had voted for the
Sherman law had the slightest Idea
that thp railroads wore embraced
within Jta terms But all the ganjo
you are now tryIng to tako ihem out
of II rolleraipd Mr Dallny
I beg pardon responded Mr Aid I
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the purpose of the proposed law as
s Uio senator from Iowa
Mr Cummins would not admit that
he could bo mistaken
Trouble Begins
S Mr AldrIch referred loa supposed
alliance between the Insurgent Re
publicans and Democrats and then
after a brief protest from Mr Gum
ming over this method of presenting S
the matter tho Rhode Island senator
declared Itto bo hIs opinion that no
schedule of the roads whether under
agreement or not could go into ef
fect without the approval of the com
If that is not made clear In tho
bill I am porfecUy willing to have
it mado so said Mr Aldrich
Responding to ibis statement Mr r
Cummlno doolarod the only way to
remedy the defect was to withdraw
the repealing provision To this slug
jestlon and others Mr Aldrich re
sponucu tnat he bad found nimsou in p
such disagreement with Mr Cummins
that Jt had been Impossible in com
mittee to go into discussion with him
over the provisions of the bill
President Brought In I
The Iowan replied that ho had nev
er made a single suggestion for an I
amendment in committee and tha
Mr Aldrich had heard none front
him Consequently he was quite un
able to understand Mr Aldrich
had made tho statement
In this connection tho president
name was brought Into the discussion
Mr Cummins was still discussing the
terms of the alleged antitrust TO
poal nnd referring to somo of the pro
visions when Mr Aldrich stated tba
such was the purpose of the presi <
dent and the attorney general
This statement brought Mr Nelso
to his feet with strenuous protest
Tho senator must not hide bohlnj
tho president he said oxoltodly
that IB email business and it wont
do It Is not the way to legislate
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Mr Aldrich also was somewhat ex
cited when he replied He dloawovcd
any intention of taking refuge ho
hind any one
He declared ho had not said that
the prealdonl had wanted It but only
that tho bill had been prepared by
the attorney general at tho direction S
of tbe president Ho reiterated his
independence as a senator of any
outside Interference and asserted that
while it was the habit of tho execu
tive officials to prepare many moas
urns for the action of congress ho
hoped no senator would be prejudiced
simply by executive suggestion
Mr Bailoy suggested the real pur
pose of Mr Aldrich In coming Into
the dlBciiHHlon today hud boen to call
attention to tho fact that Mr Cum
mins was not in harmony with U
I did not need any such effort
dtclared Mr Aldrich while the Iowa
senator assented that his altitude
well known
was perfectly wel S
Here Mr Root called attention to
the provision of the constitution re
quiring the president to recommend S
legislation and ho contended tho
presidents action on tho pending lU
been In accordance with this
had a cordace pro I
vision Mr Bacon took 2Mue Wll
declaring the
the Now York senator declarD
recommendation of legislation to be
a different thing from understanding
to control the noUn of congress
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