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THE-' MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, ' APRIL 1, 1908.
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W' SAID BULKELEY COULD END INQUIRY (Continued from First rage.) said the Electric company did not want anything: but a fnlr show. (Ac cording to tho witness Mr. Lllloy said this was a fair proposition. Did you ever seek to bring any polit ical Influence to boar on Mr. Lllloy on behalf o additional submarine legisla tion? Mr. Kellogg was asked. "Never," ho replied. Mr. Kellogg related a conversation With 'Mr. Lllloy In January ,10S, when he said tho latter while not enthusias tic over the subject of submarines, had expressed a willingness to support Secretary Motcalf's demand for four of those vessels. Mr. Kellogg said ho had conferred With two manufacturers of his state, Franklin Taylor of Waterbury, a brass manufacturer, and Mr. Ferry, concern zing submarine leglslatinn. "Did you Intimate to either of them or did you cause either of them to In timate to Mr. Lllloy that orders might fce secured In case ot favorable legis lation?" "I never did. I understood they )iad been receiving orders and would continue to receive them." Mr. Kellogg testified that ho never Jiad received from any of the offl-ers of tho Electric Coat company author ity to promise firry manufacturer that he should recelvo orders In case of fr.vora.bla legislation and never had stated to any manufacturer that they could receive orders In such event. Money Under False IVetensex. "Did Mr. Lllloy Intlmato to you that you wero getting money under false pretences as he says In his statement he did?" "No sir." "Did you threaten Mr. Lllloy with political disfavor In tho event ho did not agree, to support submarine leg islation as proposed by you?" asked Jlr. Howard. "I certainly did not." Did Not Try to Influence Low!. William D. Gordon, of Midland, Jflch., an attorney for tho Electric ANARCHIST NOT GUILTY rtcrkmnn, Itourrcstod, Declares Injur ed Man Did nt Throw Hoinb. New York, March 31. Further evi dence has been unearthed by tho police In connection with tho Union Square bomb-throwing tragedy which Is of such Importance that when Alexander Eevkman, treasurer of the Anarchists' Federated union, was arraigned in court to-day on an laflldavit charging him with advising the Union Square meeting, Detective Lieutenant Werzan sky told Magistrate Droege that he would not divulge the evidence to the court nt tho present time. The magis trate held Herkman In $r00 b ill for ex amination on Friday afternoon. Bail was furnished. Rerkman before his tirralgnmetit de nied that anarchists had anything to do with the homb-tlirowlng. lie said: "I don't believe that Pllversteln threw that bomb. Tho police are trying to fasten the crime on him, believing that he will not recover sufficiently to refute what they say. There was no anarchist plot In the bomb-throw ing. iT there was the police will never find It out, They arc manufacturing evidence to satisfy the public mind and are dis torting facts and conditions." Of tho six men arrested as suspects Immediately after the throwing of tho bomb on Saturday, four were discharg ed In court, to-day. NEW POLITICAL PARTY I'opullstlr Organization F.xpects to I'oll Dig Vote St. Louis. Mo.; March 31. Tf tho present plans of Its sponsors prevail, out of tho convention which is to bo called here on Thursday In the name of the People's party, will come nn organization which its originators de clare must be sharply reckoned with In tho coming presidential campaign. It will stand for all that was rep resented by the Fopuitst party and will probably bear the name of that organization. It will, however, re ceive an infusion of new Mood and gain strength from the affiliation of The I-Yderated People's party clubs, the American monetary leacruo, the National Provisional committee and other reform organizations. PRAISE FOR POLICE Corporation Counsel's Opinion Ends Fight With Finance Board. SCHMIDT REDUCED A GRADE Charges Sustained Against Grade C! Man by llio Commissioners. Boat Co.. denied that ho had attempt d In any way to Influence Congress- 'AC) (CC MflRF MINERS flllT 'uan Loud's vote, and said it was not ; ' uo that he had agreed to ivtlre rom a congressional rneo on the con dition that tho remaining candidate would favor the Electric company In legislation. He had talked once with Congressman Loud about submarine boats and found him Inclined to agree With Admiral Dewey as to their desir ability. Isaao L. P.leo, president of the Electric Hotit Co., was the only wit ness nt tho nftemooti session and tea tilled as stated above. Among tho questions prepared by Mr. Lllloy were a number relating to the alleged employment of a woman liy the Electric company to Influence members of congress. Moth Mr. Itleo end Mr. Olnudcd of the committee, objected to this class of questions, Which Mr. Hlco denounced a "out rageous and a perfect lie." Mr. Mice denied that large sums of monev had boon spent In Washing ton for ehampagno or for lavish en- MASSACHUSETTS PRIMARIES tertBHimetll or. monioers 01 inmer.:. lr. accordance with a viln passed by the Board of Police commissioners last niyht the additional sum of money which 1. 1 10 Board of Fip.aioa Induced In this year's estimates for an increase of S.")t) a year to faeh member oC the Police force will !jc paid to the ,iu n .oir.mencln July 1 The e.iminls'ion ers asked for a .schedule lno-cusc. willed :hu board of finance changed so as t make a flat increase of a.iout 13 copts a d:iv per man or $50 a year regurdleiis of cadu or office. This has not bean included in the payroll howjver, and tho :iitti huvu i.o Jar this yoir bu-i; t cciviiiR the rate Mild last yiav, At a previous meeting of tho board It was voted to auk Corporation Coun sel Rogers for his opinion as to whether the police board or the board of finance had tho power to fix the pay of the members of the pollco depart ment. Tlie opinion rendered held that the police board had the power to fix the pay so long as they kept within the appropriation of the board of lln ance which however, by holding the purse strings had practical control. The board thereupon decided to expend the appropriation which has so far been helil back and commencing Julv 1 for the last six months of the year the men will receive an Increase of 25 cents a day which will Use the total sum. This will go to all the men ex cept of course the chief. Charges preferred against Michael Schmidt, patrolman of C grade nt the Howard avenue station of falling to report at the proper relief time and of Intoxication, and testimony was taken In the mailer. Tho patrolman practically admitted the charges as made but pleaded extenuating circum stances, He was found guilty by the board and reduced from grade C to D. Two new supernumeraries were ap pointed at tills session. They are Francis X. Keano and Edward J. Lynch. Frederick M. Smith, r.exton of the Herman M. E. church on Columbus avenue was appointed a special consta ble, It was also voted that the pay of Patrolman Dennis nines who was shot In Orange street Saturday night be regularly paM during his time off duty as a result of his Injury. It Is always the rule, to pay a man who has been Injured while nn duty and Instead of waiting until his return nnd paying In a lump sum It was decided In this case to ry It s 't came due. Chief Cowles recommended the ad dition of another mounted officer to he stationed at tho central station as after to-day the other three men on the mounted staff must return to their special duties about the city. Mention ed for meritorious service In the chief's report were: Patrolman Edward F. I.awior for the capture of lstrltton, who Is held for killing his father-in-law; James P. Kennedy for the arrest nnd conviction of McDonald, Detectives Ward, McAvoy and Dalley In connec tion with the arrest of William Forbes and Clarence Smith who are held for trial for 24 burglarl's and Patrolman Patrick Cnssldy for the arrest of War ten Wilcox who Is charged with tho burglary of a Congress avenue Jewelry store. REDMOND ON HOME RULE Nationalist Leader Explains Meaning of Commons' Resolution. London, March . 31. John E. Hed monJ, the Nationalist leader, whose resolution on Homo Riile for Ireland, with some amendments, was adopted In the House of Commons yesterday by a vote of 313 to. iji7. said to the Associat ed Pre.sii to-night: . , "For tho first time ,ln history, tho House of Commons by. an overwhelm ing majority Itself in favor of. homo rule. Gladstone's bill In 1SS6 was re jected by a majority of thirty. His bill In 1S03 was carried by a majority, nev er beyond forty, and on certain amend ments it descended to five or six. Tho resolution in favor of home rule last evening was carried by a majority of lull. "This result Is the more remarkable when the terms of the resolution are considered. It was not a resolution In favor of a. half way house, or devolution; it put the home rule claim In its frankest and fullest form, for It demanded a parliament in Dub lin and an executive responsible to that parliament. Moth the spokesman of tho ministry pledged not only themselves but tho whole liberal par ty to home rule. 'Secretary Hirrell said that the lib eral party was the home rule party; Mr. Asquith declared his unalterable conviction that homo rule was the only settlement of the Irish question. Every single member of Iho adminis tration, Including not only Mr. As quith, Secretary Hirrell and John Morley, but Sir , Edward Grey and Secretary Haldane, voted for the res olution. They only preferred the condition that they were precluded by their pledges from introducing such a a measure In this parliament on the question as to the position home rule should orcupy on the program of the liberal party at tho next election. "The ministers declared that this de pended ii"t on tiiem but upon the Irinli peoplp and the Irish party. We accept this challenge." concluded Mr. Red mond, and the business of the Irish party will be tn tuko such aellon In Ireland. Great Pritaln and the house of commons as will keep the rpicstlon of home role In the forefront of political Issues." ROOSEVELT OR BRYAN Tuft Cannot Defeat IVoiJoss One, Mill President Can, Sujs Tillman. Columbia, S. (.'., March 31. Senator M. H. Tillman was better to-day and tho day before than he lias been since his Illness, lie does not, how ever, fe I that ho will be able, to re turn to congress this session, and ex pects to go to an Atlanta sanitarium when he Is strong enough to travel, lie and Mrs. Tillman will remain there for several weeks, after which they will go to Europe, Senator Tillman said to-day: "If tho republicans nominate Taft for presi dent, Mryan undoubtedly will be named by the democrats and I bln' ho will win! Hut, on the other hand, If the republicans lock up the con vention and stampede It for I'onsovelt and nominate him, I do not think that the democrats can put Mryan forward. All that Mrynn could say would be 'third term,' because he has praised the politics of lloosevelt and there would be nothing left for him to say. For Sale-A Bargain (New Samples.) TWO ELECTRIC VIBRATORS AM) MASSAGE MACHINES. Can be held in the hand, ns they weigh only 21 minces. No trouble or expense simply screw a plug Into an electric light socket; instead of the usual lamp. Full directions and net of applica tors willi cadi machine. You can purchase these two ma chines ut, a big discount, iw they arc samples. Demonstration given ut Gillespie's Drug Store M CHAPEL STREET. Second Door from State Street. Across the Street from Yalo NnUonal ltituk. Telephone (il;l-l Have a On Us. See Us Make Them In Our Window. We will have three candy ex perts, direct from the factory in Boston, making these delicious confections. They combine the choicest Maraschino cher ries, purest cream, most deli cious juices and finest choco late obtainable. Intoxicate only with delight. I'lttsliiirg Workers Slop Work Iend lug Wage Agreement. Pittsburg, Pa.. March Sl.Commlt feos representing and miners hiving failed to agree at a Joint wage confer ence h re to-day, the bituminous coal mines of western Pennsylvania closed down to-night for an Indefinite period until a working ngrement cm be reach ed. This enforces idleness upon about 30,0n0 members of the miners' union and 10,000 unorganized employes of tho mines of tills territory. Tho question of wages Is not directly Involved, for the miners are asking no Increase In compensation for this year and the operators .ire not asking them to accept a reduction. The most serious difference before i ho Joint commit lea at, t.o-dsy'n session was the period to bo covered by the wage agreement adopted. ON PUBLIC SERVICE Chairman Holcomb Issues Call for Meeting Next Monday, TO BE HELD IN THIS CITY CnmmMtoii Appointed by tieneral Assembly Will Hear Ar. giinicnls. or ofttelalH of tho navy department, or that his company even made a gift to any member ot congress or any Haval official. nulkeli'.v nead.v to Testify, flonntor I'.utkeley of Connoefleiil. appeared before the committee and Hated that ho had learned that his nam" had been brought into the tes timony. H "aid he would appear and take the witness stand nt any time he might be called. ' Tho committee adjourned until to jnorrow, QD ELI IS DOWNED rarsons Wins Podded Victory nt I'ri , .),. McCnrren Triumphs. York. March III Herbert chairman of the county . iW.tlili.il vletm'v In cnmoino'.-. "m ... the republican primaries hero to-day, candidates favorame io nis leim-ieon' winning In every district where there wan ft contest except two, In the Brooklyn democratic primar ies the victory went to State senator Patrick MeOarren by sweeping maior Itb'H In nearly nil the contented dis tricts, report received from II of the IS where the Kiipremncy of the pies enl leader was disputed Indicating be. yond doubt an easy triumph for Mc-Carren. New l'n.rsons committee ITALIAN AI'TO AT MS AMil'-.I.K. Angeles. (Ml.. March HI.- The Italian automobile arrived hero t it ! evening and will Innve for htitn KraneU co to-morrow morning. Carter Wyo., March SI. The (lertnan cur passed through her to-night and will travel moat o t.iu uliilit. Marly lie! urns show at Least Half of Delegates for Taft. nost-m, March HI. Kepubllcan primaries were hold throughout the slate to-night for the coming stale and dl'Orlct conventions at which the thirty-two delegates which will make up the MaasHchiiselts quoin to Chica go will he chosen. I'srly returns ap parently Indicated thai. at. leart half of the delegate would elthi-r favor or would be pledged to support the nom ination of .Secretary of War William II. Taft for president. RAILROADS TO rate case Federal Court Decides Against Mis. soin l on (iiesllou of ! nrl-illi tlon, Kansas CI ty. Mo, March RJ. .lodge ittillh Mcpherson, In the federal court here to-day decider! that ho bus full Jurisdiction over both th" max imum freight rate and the two-cent fpflfsenger fare rases In Missouri, In other words, lie hold In favor of the railroads and against the t;ite on (he question of Jurisdiction. i an I mi uv.th Hrrno. Antonio Kanlninnrn, the Italian who was wanted by Hie poller for hiirllnn h plslo nt tho luifl of his cousin, who w.i" visiting h ! in on Handily night ns u result of which the victim Is In the New tin ven hospital, wns arrested yenterday by Ptilroliuaii Hdward twlir nf th., 'Iniiicl avenue ritathm. ,. raptured the mail oil W a linen plreet, Chairman Marcus, II. Iloleoinb of the public service commission has sent out the following not lie calling a meeting of the commission nt New Ilnven, Monday, April fl, nt half-pan II o'clock In the morning: "The i onimlsi-lon appointed by the Inst general assembly to consider the laws nf litis ilale relating to public service corporations and to recommend to the next general assembly, legisla tion to corra l such defects as (hoy may find to exist therein or any legls billon on the subject which, they tuny deem deilraldo for public Interest, w 111 hold a public hearing at the supremo court room, in tho county building, New Ilnven, Monday, April . JIX'S, lit 11 .HO o'clock n. m. The commission will be pleased to hear from any per pons interested and will welcome any dr finite suftgosllntm In reference to any matter connected with lis line of In quiry, "(Clgned) MATlCfS II. IIOUYIMP., "Chairman," Willi t AtUKS 1IK4IIK hi:. Kroni October to May. Coldn urn tlm most frequent eatisn of I cn,rh", I.AXATIVK liltdMo UI'ININK reniuverf cause. K, V,', Uico en bux 0v'. HOPPE MAKESRUN OF 213 In 2, inn. point IH.2 HuHt-Unc Match Wlt'i .lake Nehnefer. Philadelphia, March HI. In the most beautiful exhibition of short rail play ever seen In lils city, Willie lloppe to-night made n high run of 213 In the rourth gnmn In the 2.4fl1 point IS.I! balk-lino billiard mutch with .lal.e Hclinefer, winning by the score of 4n0 to Vi'i. In tho afternoon game lnpp made 400 pnlnli to Kchiirfcr's lfl4. The Inlter showed better form In the second gnme and It looked us though he would beat the youthful bllllardlst, but In the Hth Inning lloppn got the balls together and run out his score with a I rt. Hchiipfer'H high run wns f. 4 . The to biU are now; lloppo, 1,8(10; Hchacfer, BLOCK BROWNSVILLE MOVE Hills for ' ItcliiMiitijinetit of Colored Troops Defeated In Committee. Washington. March 31. The five democratic members of the senate committee on military affairs to-day succeeded In defeating both the War ner and the Kornker bills fur the res toration to-duty of negro soldiers of the Twenty-fifth Infantry who were discharged without honor because of the affray at Mrownsvllle, Texas. The success of the minority was accom plished by voting as a unit against the divided majority. Tho effect will bo to cause both bills to he reported ad versely. A majority vote of the sen ate would enact one of the bills, how oi or, nnd Senator Warner Is hopeful that his measure will yet become law. The essential point of difference between the two bills Is that the Warner measure provides that the president inn, reinstate any soldier upon becoming satlslie.1 that lie Is in nocent of the charges against him, while the Kornker bill compels the re instatement of such soldiers If they tnke oath of their innocence, PLAYGROUNDERS DINE American orlnilon Honors Mrs, Humphrey Ward, New York, March .11 - Mrs. Humphrey Ward was tendered n dinner by the Playground association of America to night nt the Waldorf AsloMa hi honor of her suocens In obtnlnlng play faell IIIob for children lit Kmtbind, The luichesn of Marlborough was among Die speakers n ml letters were rend from President Koo'ievnll, .I.tnies llryee, Hellish ambassador and Isud lirey, governor general of Cninid.t, praising Mrs. Wnrd for her work. BROKER CONVICTED Test Case in Huckcl-Miop Pro-cciillon Won by io eminent. Washington, March :tl. Percy Wade, n member of the brokerage tlrni of Wiilr. nnd lle.lnes. who ll:IS lieeti oil trial here on th" charge of setting up a gimlng tnhle, the case being regard ed as a (est one in the prosecution of alleged bin ketsliops, was to-day found guilty by a Jury In the criminal court, lie was iclensed on ball pending ap peal to the court of appeals of the Mis irlcl of Columbia. Demonstrations Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Saturday. TRY BEFORE YOU BUY. 25c Box. i i Women's Oxfords .50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 puso wear, Women's Kid Oxfords, Turn Sole, for $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3. C0. Women's Kid Oxfords for street iwear, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. Women's Gun Metal Oxfords for street wear, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. Women'.s Tan Oxfords in Russia Calf aijid Vici Kid $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. Juilets for house weai , $1.50, $2.25, $2.50.. 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