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Bills aimed at trust legislation ac company the report of the Stanley committee which investigated the Steel trust. The report and bills were presented to the house of representatives. This is the majority report, which differs in many details from that made by the minority or Republican members of the committee. J. P. Morgan and his associates are held up as being beneficiaries of enor mous profits realized from the over capitalization of the subsidiary com panies of the Steel corporation and later of the corporation itself. E. H. Gary and his dinners to steel manufacturers are credited with a scheme by which prices and territory were controlled by the steel trust af ter pooling agreements were discarded. Theodore Roosevelt is indicted for making the control of the steel trust absolute while he was president and is charged with being responsible for the gigantic stature which the trust has attained. The United States Steel corporation is flayed as an enemy of organized labor, accused of lowering the socio logical condition of its employes and of contributing to American industry workmen and work methods un-Amer ican and foreign to the best interests of labor. Principal stockholders of the Steel corporation are accused of exerting a powerful and injurious influence on the business of the United States by means of control exercised through interlocking directorates of railway and industrial organizations. The activity of the corporation in politics is laid bare and its influence described, and the “steel trust” as a tariff beneficiary and its part in the making of the Payne-Aldrich tariff act are touched upon by the report. The part that United States Steel, the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Railroad company, President Roosevelt and Wall street financiers played in the panic of 1907 are covered in the report and the insinuation is made that the panic was an artificial one, designed for the benefit of the Steel corporation. In summing up its conclusions the majority report says: “The control of corporations by the federal government, as recommended by Mr. Carnegie, E. H. Gary and oth ers, is not approved. Whatever may be the evil results of the elimination of competition from the steel busi ness, it does not justify such a rem edy and could not be cured by it. “The abuses mentioned in this re port can in a great measure be rem edied by giving to the operations of the United States Steel corporation and other like corporations the wid est publicity, and by the strict en forcement of laws specifically inhibit ing the employment of cunning de vices by which an unfair advantage over competitors is secured.” 925 MILES IN THE AIR Captain Honeywell, Pilot of Un cle Sam, Lands in Virginia. The balloon Uncle Sam, piloted by Captain H. E. Honeywell, which start ed from Kansas City, landed a mile from Manassas, Va., after a flight of 925 miles. This balloon, which had not been reported since the start, was the last to be accounted for of the seven which ascended here in the elimination race to decide which three contestants will represent the Aero Club of Amer ica at the international race in Ger many next fall. The winning team is made up of the Uncle Sam, the Kansas City 11. and the Drifter. Next in distance to the Kansas City 11. is the Drifter, representing the Cincinnati Aero club, which landed at New Berlin, Wis., a distance of 425 miles. The Million Population Club 11. of St. Louis came down at Spring Green, Wis., after having traveled 375 miles. Driven to earth by a storm, the Million Population Club 1., pilot Cap tain John Berry, descended near Nora, 111. about 350 miles from Kansas City. The Cole, after going 325 miles, came down at McGregor, la., while the Goodyear ended its race at Polo, 111., after 340 miles. EX-SENATOR WASHBURN DIES Leader in Upbuilding of the Northwest Expires in Minneapolis. At Minneapolis, Minn., Former United States Senator William D. Washburn, one of the leaders in the upbuilding of the northwest, is dead. He was eighty-one years of age. He was in Europe when he began to fail in health. Expressing a hope to die in his home at Fair Oaks, here, he hastened to HfftiheApolis. arriving July 21. ALLEGED BOODLERS Alderrran Glinnan and Clerk Schriter of the Detroit Council. v % iTiMffiftTi 1111 £ %t;;i Charges of graft were made against sev eral of the Detroit aldermen, and arrests followed. The investigation was started by Mayor Thompson, who engaged Burns detectives to gather evidence. It was al leged that the aldermen took bribes of from S2OO to SI,OOO. The dictograph played a part in unearthing the alleged offender*. GRIMES ANO CASUALTIES. RINZ, GERMANY. A shocking catastrophe, causing the death of a large number of German excursionists, occurred at this Baltic bathing resort. The landing stage, which was crow r d>- ed to its utmost capacity during a con cert given by the local band, collapsed and threw’ more thon 100 persons into the sea. PARIS, FRANCE —The w T ife of James Bridgman, the cashier of the Paris of fice of the New York Life Insurance company, was shot dead by the wife of Gaston Bloch. The latter immedi ately surrendered, saying, “I killed my husband’s mistress.” CAR Ml, ILL. —Two little sons of John Snider, aged ten and twelve, ig nored their parents’s warning to stay away from the river and both lost their lives by drowning. One broth er went under and the other tried to rescue him. PUEBLO, COLO. —Four or five men are believed to have been killed in the wreck on the Rock Island-Ohicago express passenger train No. 6, when the track, undermined by the Foun tain ri*er, hurled the train into the river. * COLUMBUS, OHlO.— David West water, merchant and vice president of the City National Bank, was killed and two other men, occupants of an automobile, injured when their speed ing car struck a rut. NEW YORK— At least three were killed and five probably fatally injur ed by an explosion of dynamite 200 feet below the surface in an aqueduct shaft in Central park. The victims were drillers and assistants. ROCKFORD, ILL. —Harry Thomp son, four years old, was burned to death in his bed at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomp son, in Sycamore, 111., while playing with matches. UNION CITY, MICH. —After he had followed his wife to this city, Charles W. Hammer of Chicago shot and killed her in a room in the Union hotel and then fired a bullet into his own brain. DOLE, FRANCE. Blake Har vey Wilmct, who w’as born at Albion, HU., in IS9I, was killed w’hile motor cycling in the Jura department. SPORTING AFFAIRS. CHICAGO —Champion Pugilist Ad Wolgast and Packey McFarland may meet in the near future, if some pro moter is willing to give the lightweight title holder $15,000 for his end if it. In a conference with Emil Thiry, Packey’s manager, Wolgast agreed to meet the Chicago fighter, even going so far as to concede weight. NEW YORK —Billy Queale, Ameri can distance runner, has accepted the challenge of A. E. Wood of England for a y.ce at any distance for SI,OOO. GENERAL NEWS. WASHINGTON —Very prompt ac tion w r as taken in the house and sen ate to afford relief to the hundreds of Americans, mostly Mormons, who have fled frem Mexico to El Paso Tex., because of persecutions and threats upon the part of rebel chiefs under command of General Orozco. Twenty thousand dollars was appro priated by both houses to be used by the secretary of war in the purchase of food for the refugees. Resolutions were also passed making available for this forpose the balance of the money left from the fund for the relief of the flood sufferers of the Mississippi Valley last spring. The total of these funds is about $170,000. In addition the war department, without waiting for congress, telegraphed orders to St. Louis for the shipping of tentage for 1,000 persons to El Paso at once by express. WASHINGTON —Judge Robert W. Archbald of the commerce court in an answer to the impeachment ar ticles brought against him by the house of representatives, formally de nied to the senate sitting as a court of impeachment, that he ever had used his office or influence as a judge for profit, that he ever undertook for a con sideration to compromise litigation be fore the interstate commerce commis sion, that he ever wrongfully used his position to obtain credit from litigants before him, or that he had undertaken to carry on a general business for profit or speculation in coal properties, as charged in the house indictment. NEW YORK— United States Dis trict Judge Hand has pronounced Mar tin J. Condon, president of the Ameri can Snuff company, a bankrupt. Con don was the associate of William J. Cummins, Joseph R. Reichmann, and Charles A. Moore, Jr. in the Carnegie Trust company and corporations. He was a director in the Carnegie Trust company, which collapsed, and his affairs became involv 3d. Condon’s liabilities are said to amount to near ly $5,000,000. A piece of property valued at $300,000 is believed to be practically his only asset. EL PASO, TEXAS— With every arriving train bringing more Mormon women and children as refugees from the rebel region of northern Mexico, the United States government began the distribution of tents and rations. Pascual Orozco, the rebel chief in Juarez, reiterated, following the an nouncement that the state department at Washington had made renewed pro tests to the Mexican government at that place, he meant to continue dis arming all Americans until every gun and cartridge had been secured. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.— Jackson Hatch, one of the most prominent at torneys in California, and at one time a candidate for the supreme bench on the Democratic ticket, must serve seven years in San Quentin prison on seven years in San Quentin prison. Hatch, whc was charged with em bezzling $27.C00 from Mrs. Edith Sage, an eighty-two-year-old widow, has had two trials, and the supreme court af firmed the judgment of the lower court. JEFFERSON CITY, MO.— The re port of Special Commissioner Rey nolds in the state’s ouster suit against certain lumber companies alleged to be in a trust, which was filed in the supreme court, was against the lum ber companies. Suit was filed by the attorney general against thirty-five lumber companies and the commis sioner found that tw’enty-nine of them are in a trust in violation of the anti trust law’s. PORT ARTHUR, ONT.— About three hundred dock laborers who w’ent on strike caused a fatal disturbance or. the docks of the Canadian Northern railway. Chief of Police Angus Me- Lellan was clubbed, and is in a hos pital in a most critical condition. The militia was called out and the strikers were dispersed. One of the strikers, Chris Dominick, was killed before the arrival of the militia. BOSTON, MASS. —The srtike of the conductors and motormen of the Bos ton elevated railway company, which has lasted for fifty-three days and is estimated to have cost $1,028,000, was ended by the agreement of the com pany officials to the terms of the set tlement, the strikers winning every point sought. ATLANTA, GA. —The jury which was hearing the case against Mrs. Daisy Opie Grace, charged with shooting her husband, Eugene H. Grace, with intent to kill him, after listening to a lengthy charge by Judge Roan, rendered a ver dict finding the prisoner not guilty of the crime charged against her. CINCINNATI, OHlO— Augustus O. Johnson, manager of the collection department of the Fifth-Third National bank, disappeared after irregularities to the extnet of $50,000 had been dis covered in his accounts. Johnson is a son-in-law of Vice Prfesident Brown of the First Natiolne bank. 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