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RAILROAD NEWS
GOOD YEAR FOR
NORTHERN PACIFIC
Road Adds $1,379,321 to Its
Surplus Fund After All g
Deductions
\ NEW YORK, 6et.\s.—The report of
the Northern Pacific for the year end
etl June 30 shows that gross earnings
v ere $4G,f>24,574, an increase of $382,
--469, and operating expenses $24,234,542,
an increase of $202,449, leaving net,
earnings $22,250,031, an increase $180,
--<'!.V :'. '.-■y;: - .' '::-^ - ■
Afior the receipt of interest and divi-
ads on securities owned and the pay
intnt of. taxes, interest, dividend and
rental charges there remained a sur
plus for the year of $4,375,321, a de
crease "L' $2. f'1.<524 as compared with
ISO". rk'Jfl
After the appropriation of $3,000,000
for additions and betterments $1,379,
--221 was added to the total net surplus,
rn:;Ui';tr the surplus $11,104,977 on June
£0 last. ' ;?rv:"'
To Issue $25,000,000 Bonds
; MONTREAL, Oct. s".—At the annual
jtieeting of the directors of the Cana
dian \Paeiiie it wart decided to increase
the capital stock by $25,000,000 worth
of bonds, of which 516,900,000 is to be
iKsuod at once. ■
President ShaugtmessF announced that
neta additional passenger steamers
i to be built, and that the wheat
i of the Wesl would be quite satls-
Sir Sasford George Harris.
v. D. and Sir Gem-are E.
j ■ immond were re-elected directors.
EHen En Has Good Year
■;T.OUISViLLE. Ky.. Oct.. s.—The an
nual rocrtinsr of the stockholder?, of:the
Louisvijle & Nashville was held here
today.-; The annual report of President
Smith showed that the Louisville &
K.'-!»vii!c operated during the year just
closed 0,336 miles of road. -The: gross
earnings of the system were $56.043,
--7: 1:'. operating expenses $25,141,548; net
eamiugs, $11,502,244.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
TlißjCind You Have Always Bought
Bea*£ the sjj? S/fTZ^'
ELKS STALL TRAIN
Cause Curious Delay on North
Coast Limited
"It is curious how little it takes to
t=top a big heavy passenger trail* even
when it is going at top speed, said
Arthur B. Smith, assistant general
passenger agent of the Northern Pa
cific, as he leaned back in his chair
and took a big puff.
"I was just thinking of the trouble
the Omaha experienced near Lake
Crystal by smashing all those frogs
on the rails and the stoppage of the
Pioneer Limited on the Milwaukee by
field mice, both of which incidents
were chronicled this week in The
Globe. It seems curious too, that
the exact number of frogs ami field
mice could be figured out the way Mr.
Dixon did It, but 1 have run over the
figures and entirely agree with Mr.
Uixon's estimate.
"But frogs and field mice are only
the small things militating against
lust time in the great West. Any road
can run over frogs or be stalled by
field mite, but the Northern Pacific has
a real story touching on the. subject
of stoppages resulting from the tres
passing of animals on the right of
way. • . .:....'
'Last Thursday night while the!
North Coast-Limited of the-Northern
Pacifte was whirling along- at nearly -
eighty miles an hour approaching the ■
Idaho-Montana state line, the engine ]
dashed into what was at first thought ;
to be a herd of cattle.. Fortunately the
train was going so fast that it plunged
right through, knocking the animals
right and left and killing -many of
them. . ■•■. .;. ..■■ :
. "It was just a few feet from the li^a
where the train struck ■-; the - herd and
when it was brought to a standstill the
engineer discovered that the animals
were' not 'cattle ■at "ail—in, fact ;it was a
herd of elk. :
"The engine had killed nine ; all told
and unfortunately for the crew one ot
the dead bucks" remained on the pilot.-
It seems that party, of game wardens
witnessed the;occurrence- while trying
to shoo the elk into Montana; and ,as
they were. Montana officials they
promptly arrested the "engineer, and
fireman of the limited and ; had them
lined for carrying game but -.'-'of •_* Che
state.- ■"'.:■'■,'-'■■'"..'.'. .~^:'-. :'".:" ~^-'-V:
; "A ; few paltry frogs : are . 'all well
enough and field mice sometimes prove
dangerous to rtransportation;;' but for
real. ttrenuousity. and unusual happen^
ings, experience teaches '"■. that the
Northern Pacific is the only road wh6re" .
the innocent traveler can" get action on
a herd of elk." .".'.. * I
: Mr. Smith- took a'«proffered match
from The Globe man and smoked up I
.while i the* repofter? opened ,th&; general i
passengeiv agent*B' door and-slipped out
: of sight.. ,>.•>;•■- ;-:■ T?ii~~':i~:
•J Erie Wilt Issue Bonds ' v
* PHILADELPHIA, Pa., 1 Oct. 6.—At a.l
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER G. 1904
meeting of the board of directors of the
•Erie & Western Transportation com
pany, held here today, an issue of
$1,500,000 worth of bonds was author
ized.
LOREE FORCED OUT OF
HIS MAMMOTH JOB
Head of Rock Island Lost Out With
His Directors
CHICAGO, Oct. s.—The Record-Her
ald, referring to the resignation of L. F.
Loree as president of the Rock Island,
states that Mr. Loree's resignation
came after a series of conferences last
ing more than a week between Mr.
Loree and the principal owners of the
road.
At these conferences, according to
the Record-Herald, were William H.
and James H. Moore, D. G. Reid, chair
man of the Rock Island board; Robert
Mather, vice president and general
counsel of the road, and B. F. Winehell.
president of the Rock Island Railway
company. At these conferences there
developed difference* of opinion as to
methods of management which were
diametrically opposed, and the outcome
was the resignation of Mr. JLoree.
The article say^:
"The battle, if battle it*may be called,
was largely between Mr. Loree, supreme
executive head of the .Rock Island sys
tem, and Mr. Winehell, president of the
Rock Island railway, whose methods
and policies have been diametrically
opposed from the beginning. The pol
icy outlined and advocated by Mr. Win
ehell won the day, and hereafter he will
be the sole executive hend of the sys
tem, with power subordinate only to
the owners."
According to the Record-Herald, Mr.
Lr.ree, in tendering his resignation,
gave up a salary of $75,000 annually,
guaranteed for five years. It was nine
months ago that Mr. Loree resigned
the presidency of the Baltimore & Ohio
to take up the management of the Rock
Island. A cash bonus of J50U.000 was
one of the considerations which induced
him to make the change.
Transfer Hearst's Case
WASHINGTON, I>. C. Oct. '„— The
case of \V. R. Hearst against the coal
carrying road?, which was assigned for
a hearing by the interstate commission
in Chicago on the llth inst. has been
transferred to New York, where the
hearing wili take place Oct. 24. ,
LA FOLLETTE WINS
IN SUPREME COURT
Continued From Fiist Page
of ]>ame '" to ':> the ': /£ convention or
caucus -thereof. held'pursuant^to tin- call
of ; the regularly '■-; constituted party au- •
thoritles, .and if the "■ committee 'represent
ing; the.- other; faction 5 presents n^otlur
party name 1, such ofllcerTmay. deSgnate
the same'ln^such-nianiitT.as wfll ; best dis
tinguiah*. the nominations thereof. -
-• "Ttfhea 1 two "or. more ."• cenventions"-?'* or
caucuses "shall be I held and! the nomina
tions; thereof certified, each claiming to be
the regulation conrention •ior/ > caucns of
the ; same v political *~party." -preferencet^iri>
designations shall'be given <o the uomi-na
, tions: of i the on^ certified . by the commit
tee " which J had been officially r certif.ed to
be anthorlzed to represent ') the par'y." ,--s
' 6.: The first clause * provides • for a* case
where only one" or two or more; conven
tions Ls cltiinu-d to iiave baeu held upon
call of the regular party, committee and
the (i identity of that.one,:isr.therefore not
in | doubt. Tin- second j clause provides for
a'.caser where all of conventions ai-c claim
red to : have ..been • held.; pursuant to the
call of such' and. thfi same committee" by
creating a .tribnnalv rt9i{deci.de..'for- the
guidance <if ; the.secs^tairs'.of state, which"
set of,^nominees.-is^hegJilar and therefore
entitled to the. use '^ifivthe party name,
such.tribunal p'psse^sjipef by familiar rules,*
xelusive ;i and : final'jjur;gdiction,. save as
:he'reai'ter stated.- {tsiijHi- r"' !;".»"."\*< '■■'-■"'-'
Clause Cannot Apply
; J.^Tlje-fiFst' clause «ertion Stat
! utes 189S, cannot apulyjto j this cause be
■cause •' the' doniinan<V:yfeature • thereof " Is'
existence/ of a* mult&iu'ious"'claim- to the
same party . name," ; del*a-minable. as be
•fore .indicated; 'by.; jthe •.-.certifying officer
from nig ; own n?<cordj& showing the jieees
'sary source of regularity. : ..'•;■ y- .: -
t 8. •'• WlilleVthe donffrrimt feature of such
first clause is the exigence of "a' multi
farious "claim to thfe same party name,"
one of -such elalmsirsnl^ : bring -based? on
the "callvof the regularly constituted
jparty ■;'autliwitres.-';-f the ; doriiinanl'| fea- £
ture of the second '^clause Is- the, exist
ence of a multifarious - •"claim to the
■same' -pa rfy-~ name;":'.-based •".,' on --a r like
claim to the regularity_-of the "party con
vention, each of . the claimants referring
necessarily !to ihe 'call of the. regularly
constituted party. authorities," as ; in' the
«ase..jn-haud.. ...-.,.-;r .r^T-.- -•■"" ,-■; ,\r
; '9.'- The presenjt _ controversy . comes
jcleariy within the second, clause ;of said
section 135,. - answering -as •.. it--does ~ every^
call ■■ thereof. '.Two: v conventions % were '
held; each -of said, , conventions made
nominations; , nominations were
duly certified;;each jof said conventions
claimed; to be the .regular' convention; of.
the • Republican; party. .„-, . ; .. -.
" 10. It •'. was competent • for the tegfdkt
ture, ' in - authorizing an 'official 'ballot '• and.
granting \ to, the ; party ; nominees ; a " right
to have their names ■placed ~ thereon, un
der -the party designation, .to subject that
right, in case ,of controversy between,
two or more sets -\- of nominees, each
I claiming the same 'and such designation,
i to" decision of the parti' tribunal as yin
j said section "35.^- - -'*■'■. I " fl r ~ ' "•*.' ',' -."S' 1 ~
. "i';::■,":-J Decisions Unimpeachable ;.';.- '~*
i 11. The creation "of ra- tribunal rto de
termine?such contrdveTsi^,: no pr9vision
being made for judicial - review: of * its de-"
j cisioos, necessarily nwkfs its - jurisdiction
exclusive and its decisions: unimpeachable, '■
except t for jurisdietfcrSr/defects.: ;■ ~ - ;| :
< ;.■ 12.' -The tribunal tati^Wering-to; the call
1 of.^said'.section : "■;< [■ found *toj exist .in
the Jlepublicari. -ceutral committee,
'elected at the -state; conventiorf ?of -1902,
--and duly certified to._ the secretary >of
state under section .31 of - the > statutes;
therefore "-the; jurisdiction; of ; this ; court is
limited .- to deciding wliefher^such ;; T com j.
•mittee was or is jurisdiction, be
cause. of - l^as ■ or interest of i some '•■ of,; its
members,' or whethSF*its" decision is \ af
fected by ■« jurisdictional» defects."2'- /• Z. ''■'-t
13. Such tribunaU'lthpygh required to
act -! judicially; > being an -v administrative
rather than i a judicial bu«ly. :bias ■or in
terest/of * its .*member.s-; dOes "■■ not*disqnan-:
• fy- them r nor affect its jurisdiction. *
' 14,. -The decision -«f" the national Re
publican :: convention to .which > of: tbe
: two sets Of s delegates - from '.5 this state
: claiming the „ right to V represent , the C Ke- ;
publican - party* thefeblT. in > such.' convention
was > entitled, to: recognition,; is ; not ■of ; any
significance as 'a; guide to -■ the ; secretary.
;of; state i or to the cpmmittee ;authorized
to determine 'the:'factlonal^isputelunder.:
said section V 35. since the exclusive ju
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and the Rheuamti»n<*igori«. | '
risdiction thereof, a.« regards the official
ballot la^., %vnt= conferred by the legisr
Htture upon the latter as a special tri
bunal, as before Indicated.
•15. As soon as the nominations were
made by the conventions and duly certi
fied, the rights of the nominees to places
upon the official ballot under the designa -
tion of "Republican ticket" became vest
ed in them as representatives of their
respective organizations, subject to the
decision of the special tribunal aforesaid
as io which of the conventions was reg
ular, and such right could therefore not
be in any way affected by the determi
nation of any other tribunal.
Duty of Secretary of State
16. Section 35 of the statutes contem
plated in all cases mentioned therein of
conflicting claims to the use on the offi
cial ballot of a particular party designa
tion, that one set of the" claimants shall
be given preference thereto and each of
the others have a place upon the ballot
under a designation sufficiently different
from that accorded to the. rightful claim
ant of the particular designation to en
able the electors to distinguish such set
of irregular nominees from the regular
nominations.
17. The tribunal created by law to de
termine the factional dispute in ques
tion for the guidance of the secretary of
state having assumed jurisdiction there
of and decided, free from jurisdictional
infirmities, that the- nominations headed
by Robert M. I^a Foliette for governor
are entitled to preference in respect to
the use upon the official baHot of the
name "Republican ticket." it is the duty
of the secretary of state to* act accord
ingly, certifying both sets of nomina
tions to the* various county clerks, but
giving to those headed by Robert M. La
Foliette for governor preference as
aforesaid. •
3R. The foregoing conclusion follows
logically and necessarily from the legal
aspects of the case before stated. What
the real right of the 'matter In dispute
might be found to be were this court per
mitted to disregard the decision of the
special tribunal and investigate *»nd de
termine the merits of the controversy
froni that staudppint, the hourt has no
light to decide or suggest. Duly consti
tuted authority having spoken within its
jurisdiction, it must be conclusively pre
sumed here to have spoken rightly.
By the court: Both th* motion of
plaintiff and that of the defendant are
denied and the cause is dismissed for
want of sufficient facts appearing to con
stitute a cause of action.
Cook Will Retire
MILWAUKEE. Wis., Oct. s.—There
was rejoicing in the quarters of th^
La Foliette state central committee in
m Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year. ■
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PREVENT ALL BOWEL TROUBLES :- •■■■ ; ' Jjj
CHIROPRACTIC WINS WHERE MEDICINE FAILS
.:;^l:: Has rredicins failed iny6ur'.ca«? T^en consult
nB ij ■■ D AAI C CMIROPR^C-ICCOLLECE. CO*SUi.T*TK>N FREE.
; Off •H. H »i rUUliti j 414^15 Phoenix triMlna*f;{i p! S\ Faul, Wlnn.
this city today upon receipt of the de
cision of the supreme court. It is
known that Samuel A. Cook, who heads
the stalwart ticket, will withdraw, he
having made a statement to this ef
fect a short time ago In case the de
cision was unfavorable to his cause.
The state central committee has the
power to till the vacancy. Henry F.
Cochems, secretary of the La Follette
committee, said:
We are naturally gratified that the
decision of the supreme court has been
made at this early day. Our attitude has
consistently been that the decision of the
court in no way affects the issues of facts
or the merits""!' those principles which
have come to be known a s the La Fol
lette movement in Wisconsin. Had the
decision been against us, our ticket
would have been in the field so that the
voters might register their judgment
upon those principles. I presume if there
has been real substance, real principle,
contended for by the stalwarts they will
continue the fight as an independent
bolter branch from the regular organi
zation.
Construed Two Ways
NEW YORK, Oct. s.—The decision of
the supreme court of Wisconsin was
read with great interest by politicians
in New York today. The politicians at
Republican headauarters expressed
themselves as satisfied, as they believe
the two factions will now support one
ticket. At Democratic headquarters,
Timothy E. Ryan, member of the Dem
ocratic executive committee for Wis
consin, said he believed that the de
cision would secure the election of the
Democratic stale ticket and at least
four members of Congress, but that the
decision made it more difficult to carry
the state for Parker and Davis electors
than if the decision had been in favor
of the stalwarts.
Will Feed Starving Indians
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. s.—For
ihe third consecutive winter extreme
destitution prevails among the Alas
kan Indians and government help is
absolutely necessary to prevent them
from starvation and extermination. On
the strength of this report, Acting Sec
retary of War Oliver today issued in
structions to ship 10,000 rations from
Fort Liscum for the relief of the
needy.
Assessment for Opening, Widening and
Extending an Alley -16 Feet : Wide v
'■■■ Through Block 5, pawson's .Addition
' . Office of -the Board-of Public Works.•"- J:■
City of St. . Paul. - Minn.. Oct.. 4. 1904. .
The Board of Public -Works in and foil
the corporation of the City of St. Paul.v-
Minnesota, will meet in then- office in saidj
'citv, at 2p. m. on the th day, of Oc- ;
tober, "1904. to make an assessment»«f*v
benefits, damages, costs and .expenses,
arfsing from condemning and taking the \
' land necessary for opening. widening and..
extending" air alley 16 feet wide "through*
block 5. of Dawson's Addition, in- said ■
city on the property .abutting upon savU
alley and specially benefit©d s .or.»damaged
by said ;improvement: '* The- land "nece«-i
'sary to be condemned and taken for., «aid . ,
alley is described a.s follows.: to-wit:
rear 8 feet of lots 7, 8, 9. 10, 11. 12, 15,
14, 16,16/17 and 18, and the southeaster-,,
ly 8 ' feet of lot 36. all .in block ■=' 5. Daw
son's Addition. St. Paul. Minnesota. . -
; All persons interested arc hereby noti
: fied -to -be present at said time and • place,,
of-, making said assessment, and will : be ;
hCard- '. r JOHN B. GRODE. '.^
- . ..'.-.•■ President. ~
Official:: R. L. GORMAN. ;
- Clerk Board of Public Works. \
._ Oct.-€-1904-lt '•'• "'■*.,
. CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Mount Airjr • Street —«^
' O/flce of the Board of - Public Works, •'•■•, "{■'
' City of St. Paul, Minn.. Sept: 30, 1904. «
Sealed ; bids •- will be received :by the
Board of Public Works in and for tho'.
corporation of the CUy of St. ■ Paul, - Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until Z
p. m. on the eleventh (11th) day of Oc- t .
. tober A. D." 1904,. for the. construction of
a sewer on- Mount Airy \ street, from..
Broadway street to a point I opposite the
west line of lot 32. block 16. Dewey.
and Rohrer's Addition, v in said.-eity^ac-.
cording to plans and specifications on nlt>
in the office of said Board. • . .. r
- A bond - with at least two (2) sureties^;
in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent -.
ora certified check onalJankof St. Paul,
in a sum of at least ten (10): per cent of ■,>■■
the gross : amount , bid, must accompaay
.each bid. Said check shall be made pay
able to the Clerk of said Board. .. .
■' The said : Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids: - "
- :.-i JOHN S. GRODE. "-% '
■■■'.. President. .
Official: R. L. GORMAN. ; : I
Cl?rk Board of Public Works. ;
; „ '..';■■, .-. Oct.-l-1904-10t. ■ . ■■■''■%£?: ■ }
CONTRACT WORK
Boulevarding Central Avenue. ': From\ Rice
' :"'...': to Street : _".-.' .. ..'^..l-L-.^
Office of the Board of Public -Works.
City of Si: Paul.-Minn., Sept. 1904. - -?:
-;: Sealed"bids, will be' received by the,-
-' Board- of : Public Works • in ■ and ,fx>r ■■> tho ;
corporation •of ' the City •of • St. Paul, Min
nesota, at ■ their office in said -until
2 pm. on the eleventh (11th) day Oo:
--tober A. D. 1904." for the curbing,•-filling;-
--: leveling ■' and c improving ". Central, avenin. v
from Rice street, to !jDale ?street,. .using -
sandstone.: curbing, in said •;city.: accord
iing to plans and specifications on file In
the office of said; Board. ■■-? ; '■■Z ■ ■"■ ■'.
'■ ■-•■' bond - with at i least, two v- (2) ■■ sureties: •
in a-sum of a,t least twenty (20) per.'cent
! or a certified check on- a :baillv of St. Paul. I
in a sum of at least ten (10) percefet'ot:.
the gross amount bid.* must accompany,
.'eachbid. Said' Check? shall be made .s»ay- ■:
able io the: Clerk of said Board. «r.V^5;
The said Board reserves the right t» re
iectanyandallbUjW S. GRODR
■ . „. JOHN; S.. GRODI-V • -■:.
President
rOfficial: R. L.'gORMAN.. .- »■ : '
-■-: 'Clerk Board of PubJif Works.:
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■ 'P^HnMF«! »I <». or 3 bott!.-« $3.75.
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