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ULLETIN ONE .THING DRIVEN Into the reader's mind and understanding does more good than half a dozen things thafr are put forth feebly. "MAKING GOOC is not thing t brag too much about. .It Is 6'f that no respectable dealer omita. VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 325 CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1907. ESTABLISHED HI XXI THE B CfiJllflCSllOi; OF BANKERS AT GOVERNMENT PLAN FOR RELIEF EXPRESSED ALL 0 com LAND AND LABOR MAIN FACTORS So Strong Is Feeling That Gold En gagement Will Practically Cease From Now On IN COUNTRY'S PRODUCTION HENRY GEORGE ADDRESSES SINGLE TAX MEETING. SPECULATION IS AFOOT In Approval of West and South for Issue of Bonds and Certificates Unanimous-Crops Can be Moved Now and That Is Main Thing All Times of Prosperity George Says Prevent This and There Will Be No Financial Depression. New York, Nov. 18. Tho Single RECORD REPORT FOR TEAR MADE BY AMATEUR yATHLET(C UNION COMMITTEE XT NEW YORK i MEETING. THE COLLEGE ATHLETE Can Enter With Union Only From College They Attend or From (Home M Parents or ' Guardian. OVERLAND TRIP STARTS TODAY SECRETA.RX TAffT WILL LEAVE VLADIVOSTOK FOR ST. PETERSBURG. BRYAN IS GIVEN WARM WELCOME N'ew York, Nov, 18. Afterv- long Was Forced to .Decline Invitation f From German Emperor to Meet Him- at Isle , of Wight. BY JACK80N CLUB OF LA FAY' ETTE, IND., WHERE HE SPOKE. MRS 'S Tax Conference lielil Its first session j discussion: at its annual meeting to Vladivostok. . Nov. 18. Secretary Taft, who arrived here from Mani'a jcfrtwday'ti the cruiser Rainbow, came j ashore twice today, drove Hi rough the city and did soma shop lift g. WALL STREET GAMBLER Is Responsible For Present Trouble and Not Roosevelt He Says Common People Should Handle Situation. Lafayette, Ind., Nov. 18. William He was accompanied by an es-M. Bryan received an enthusiastic of the present meeting here today. I (iav the yuuatenr .U.iiotie union flfi jcort pi KuHhian troops. ' ! j welcome when he addressed tho j Chairman Henry George, Jr., addrrsa- j aI--v decided en tho stati s that col-- Tonight the secretary dined with .Jttckscn Club. Among others who led the gathering on the subiect . i If te' athletes are to thold la amateur .General Muga, commander of the addressed the gathering were John "--J------ " 1 I L . . ... . . ! fnrf.eu nn,l ' thn 1-onlth . of Prin,!.lnit .if is r- .1 - u miotics in me future. it is decreet! " ' " " veru, lurmer. wuiubisub; wwn New York, Nov. 18. Gratification was the prevailing tone in banking circles today over the government plan of relief to tho market by the isue of $50,000,000 in Panama bonds and $100,000,000 in one year treas ury certificates. The Issue of Panama bonds hal : been counted upon as a probability since it was flrst referred to some ten dajB ago. The issue of the short term certificates was more of a novel ty and ; as such attracted more dis cussion. The general opinion in banking circles was that both meas ures would tend to draw idle money from private hoards and thereby break the premium on currency and restore normal conditions in the money market. May Stop Gold. So strong was this feeling that it was understood that gold engage ments would practically cease after today. International bankers declar ed that the gold already engaged is as much as New Yoik can justly take from Europe under 'strained condi 'Horn ' hicfi pffvaft 1 here tnV- that to take more will " only compel its return at a later day. The amount already taken or en. gaged approaches $70,000,000, which is much more than the most sanguine perdicted at the beginning of the . movement -three weeks ago. It is not considered desirable to force the Hank of England tOi raise its discount rate to eight per cent, as has been talked of in London, nor to force the German rate any higher than 7?z. which it has already reached. If more gold were desired the issue of ; short term certificates would afford just the sort of security which the Bank of France has been disposed t' Insist upon, in recent negotiations through Mr. Morgan's house. Tlr bankers declared the short term ob ligation will meet admirably the de mands of the present occasion, lie cause they can be taken up and paid for at the exporatlon of their term from the treasury cash balance which can then be withdrawn without dan ger from the custody of the national banks. Certificates Favored. The response from the public to the offer of the new securities is exacted to center largely on the one-year cer tificates. The Panama bonds, paying only two percent and Belling at a premium, are expected to go chiefly to the national banks to be used as a basis for circulation. If the exper ience of the popular loan in 1896 is repeated, however, in respect to the certificates, they will be over-subscribed several times. Secretary Car lisle on that occasion Invited the sub- CHICAGO CLEARING HOUSE MAY CALL IN CHECKS Chicago, Nov. 18. The decision of the' national, government, to Issue $130,000,010 bonds and certificates met with general approval throughout the west. The benefits expected to result from the move were antici pated in the higher grain markets bath here and in other grain centers of wheat. The bulls were more dis posed to buy for some time past, ami the shorts took to cover hastily as soon as the plan was announced. In this city seme leading bankers announced that preparations were under way for the resumption of busines on a normal cash basis, anl It was believed, they said, that Inside of ten days at the outside, the clear ing house checks would be withdrawn from circulation. The leading busi nes men here agreed with the bank ers that the issue of bonds and cer tificates will bit cf great forcB in bringing ; the affairs of the country back to the conditions -pet vailin? three months ago. Alf'wcr-e of th ' 6pf iilbtf Vi'nr'ilioTi sue of $l.i0,000,(it)0 , would bo sub scribed several times over, and re ports from St. Louis that one man then was anxious to take one three- hundredths of the .total issue wa? cited as proof of the accuracy of the opinion. Railroad Men Pleased. Railroad men, particularly those connected with (lines running west and . southwest, were greatly pleased with the decision to issue bonds an certificates. They asserted that it would supply ready-money, which is net ded at once to movs the crops. The opportunity to secure govern nient securities would, they declare, at once unlock the large amounts of currency which at present are in vaults anil with the addition to the funds of the banks, which would in variably follow, there would be an end of the scarcity of funds. Not in China go nor in any large city of the cast has any banker or prominent business man been report ed as entertaining other than a favor able view of the decision of the government. ROOSEVELT COMMENDED. Washington, Nov, 18 Presldeut Roosevelt has been commended and congratulated throughout the day on the wisdom and success of the finan cial relief measures launched yester day by the administration. Many tele grams from all parts of the country have arrived all day at the White House and after being read by the president have been referred to Sec retary Cortelyou. Callers at the pcnpiioi.s .u. n ""-j White House who have been numer- coiu bonus, payanie alter so years. There was a grave doubt, under the conditions of demoralization prevail ing at that time both in the money market and in the political situation, whether the subscriptions would be sufficient to permanently restore the Rob! reserve. But the amount sub scribed to cover the f loo.non.ono of fered then was $rC8,2G9.85$. Condition Favorable. It is declared by the bankers that the Fnanrlal and political conditions are infinitely more favorahle at the present than when the gold reserve was almost wrecked and the possiMI- our, have each added an opinion on the optimistic side of the situation In Several Languages. The president was Informed from Buffalo that his letter expressing con fideuce In the fiscal soundness of the country had been printed In seevral languages in lluffalo and distributed among depositors who were making j run on a bank there, with the effect cf checking the run. Before the busi nea day of the treasury had ended many applications arrived for the new certificates of Indebtedness. The uses to which these rertiflcates may be put will make the demand for .. ' , . . V. .. . I I uy oi a ""'", them very general, according to th was nini rcimiiB mc tuuuu j. ii 1-5 their belief, therefore, that subscriit tions for the certificates are likely to be lanre and to draw out much hoard- opinion of experts in the department. The asurnnce was given today that the gold reserves of the government was nehWd these certificates an cd capital. Secretary, Cortelyou is . ... ... . ... .nipmit . counted tiiN.il to detosit the proceeds j)ng fpatnrp w, make (nem from both elase of securities at once 'W)Utnt in the r-atienal banks where thor P(nanciaI Leg,8latlfn Flr$t. will be available for the purpose of A hnf r.OIanp,, , ,,,,, general . Irculaiion. The premium on ettpr th()l finanrij), r,,li(f ,,.cl,,Ht0?J .urrenct showed signs of weakening' as assur(,,, ,B1lltP,, , many ,. today, being quote.! at one and half jqlri,B ,ur,nf, ,he lUr ,Q (levf., lhe to 2 aim " nan per rem. i lie nanit ers declared It will disappear bpf.r1 exact situation. It is an milted that the president bas consulted freely ll,e m cose .... ur Viwlth the "dem of !wth house cf ficates and that the monetary ph8s nprffis but jwt wht f th( pBt of the crisis will then tend to pf the ,jlIat,ve pUg , w!ln. away. Late in the day it was report-, p(1 0nl K)jnt of nnaDimltT u Cfr. ed that an organization of financiers ,ain &erJ. wrjtar amYter of was contemplated to take up a per - fh hrw, ,ho , t th wfcK lion i me prop.. ....w " House hM been free to ear that finan confirntatinn of the reKits coui.i te secured. l.eruiost in the public mind today. . j Mr. George prefaced his remarks with a discussion of the late financial upheaval, and as a remedy for cur rency stringency advocated the pcstal ravings banks system. Even th!s, however, or any other elastic cur rency plan, would not prevent busi ness depressions, he said, because "the cause of such depressions goes deeper goes to the root of produc tion, the laud." "The two fundamental, primary factors in production," continued Mr. George, "are the natural factor, land, j cum me nunian ractor, laoor; and whatever touches either of these goes to the seat cf business activity. because it reaches the foundation of jll . production. "in ail time of prosperity specula tion is afoot: and of all forms cf speculation that which is most far- teaching and important is in land. Witness the recent era of great pros perity, nnd. as a consequence, beho'd over the country today land specula tion rampant! In the greater and leaser cities, in tho towns ami vT iHgen: in the farming and timber and Mineral legions; in 1.:ie East, the Wstsf, the North, "'the South: all jf littm'gh thf? groat l4e;if.-tSrtrRil- K'fislppl. there has been marked in crease in speculative rent. "This means that land, the natural rector in production. Is made in- creasiimly harder to get. It demands pnd must obtain as the price of Its use a larger and larger share of the fruits of prodrction. Labor and cap italwhich is a form of labor, being stored labor must be content to divide between them a less nnd less share of production, until -suddenly somewhere in the chain of exchanges, this circumstance or that, trifling at another time, snaws the strained gen eral credit and banks call in and re fuse loans. Loans are the breath cf industrial life, and being cut off. mills and factories stop, commercial enter prises fail, multitudes of workers are thrown into Idleness and the country sinks in the grip of an industrial de pression. "On the one hand are large stocks of commodities of kinds, and the cry Is that there has been an over-i prodction; but this seems to bo true! only because on the other hand a! large mass of workers, suffer enforced dleiiess and hence are unable to buv. Land speculation has produced the lie workman and the overstocked lerchant. nils is what we see enacting about us at this hour. The currency mule was only the small thing at the op that snapped general credit. At the base of all production monopoly bas been making land, the natural incior, artificially scarce, until the starting of a pebble at the mountain crest was all that was needed to pre cipitate an avalanche into the valley below. "How prevent these depressions By preventing land speculation. How prevent land -culatlon? By tax ation. Lift all the tax burdens from labor and the fruits of production and idle them on land values regardless of Improvements on ground or on economic rent. That would destroy and speculation kill land monoK)ly. The price of land would not then mount to eat oit industrial prrs ncrity; and an Industrial depression In what should be a country of identv that college athletic may only r'gU- ,,l,Bt ve.i umi ivn.:.iio. nu.nonui was date for governor of Indiana, Con fer with the Union from two places, j"'""k- ' jgrcssman J. A, M. Adair, of Indiana, their colleges and t he homes of their - Throng Charhv.iague Tower, t ie Congressman Hefiin, of Alabama, parents or guardians. An attempt I American ambassador to Germany, Bryan 8pent a busy day visiting niuimnM. ima win hi u.. . i .Hi ; p ,., university and the state aoi- hfs. rggret at being absent from Ber- (Ik,r)) hmn0 , the tftcrn0OD he met lin. wheii Secretary Taft passed tho Dp,ulcratlc chairman and editor iprougn, Europe ani ne invited me t secretary to bo bis guest at Isle of was made to confine,' college athletes t( theifT0TltTgftr.ut the delegatca believing, this change was altogedher too drastiQ, the resolution was amend ed to Include their homes. James J3. Sullivan was unanimously re-elected;, president and Major John J. Dlxoij continued as ,, secretary treasurer. - The ' annual report of the record committee, authorizing the records of the past year as follows, wis '-- ap proved :. . .. t Hundred yard run minutes,- 1 4-5 6econW M.; Sheppard. j Four .foile ;rtin 20:11 1-5, George V, Bon bag, j Irish-American A. C. 100 yard hvrdle Eight fllgiits. fi st hurdle 20 yaids from start 12 1-5, J. S. Hill, f ..:, - 100 yard, hurdle, eight flights, first hurdle lis yardB from start 12 1,5, .f. S, Hill.1. '- ,. 100 yard hurdle, ten flights 12 1-5 ?. C. Northrldge, 1. A. A. C. 00 yard hurdle, five flights, three feet, six 8 15. S. C . Northrldge. " ole vault for helght-r!2 feet 5V4 tnehcje,.MSLiU Ta);. Vale..,-. Jf'oie vautt for distance 2' fect;""M. J, Sheridan, N. Y. A. C. Throwing lG-pound hammer 173 1 feet 7 inches; M. J. McGrath, N. Y. A. C. Throwing 12-pouud hammer 190 feet 9 inches; L. F. Talbot Throwing 50 pound weight 38 fe"t 8 inches; J. J. Flanagan, I. A. A. C, Shot put by Ralph Hose. Cali fornia 8-pound, 67 feet 7 Inches; 12 ound, 05 feet, 11 inches; 14-pound, 51 feet, 6 inches; 18-pound, 43 feet, !) Inches; 21-pound. 40 feet, .'1 Inches; 28-pound. 34 feet, 3 Inches; lG-pound, 49 feet, 714 inches. C. .VI. Daniels, N. Y. A. C. was awarded the swimming records from 25 yards to one mile, including 31 In termediate distances, his half mile being 23:10 3-5 seconds, with 87 terns. ;it;ht. This, Invitation Taft had to decline on account of President Roosevelt's urging him to hasten his return, but it is believed also that inquiries from the French and British governments as to why the secretary er.ujil hot visit them also influenced Win to change his plans. 'of Indiana and held a public recep tion. - , j Bryan said that after serving in two campaigns he did not feel like volun teering again, although he's aceepte.l the presidential nomination in 1908 If drafted." I His speech was largely a reiteration of his well known views on trusts, TRIAL RESUMED BULWARK OF "DEFENSE BUILT AROUND WOMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER. . IH HUM AH TREATWOIT And Temporary Insanity is Plea- Mrs. Bradley Mav Collanu Ra. : - , . fore Trial is Ended Is Fear of Attorneys, 1 ii ..in i'. !.. x't..i,i..- anti imperialism, tariff and currency, An aodlonce with Emperor Nicholas, .. .. , ,,. u , L in t- Pfeterlmrg, where Taft expects I He declared with marked eropha- to arrive December 3, has been ar-( sis that President Rooseevlt should mag. It has now been decided that m t "f1, 'eHi'onsiblo for the pros the secretary will leave her3 tonicr- pnt financial stringency. Bryan placed rntf'.ft.. M i .,,,.. the blame on "Wall Street gamblers.'' rpw afteticon cn his long Journey r.vcrlahd MILITIADENDUNCED Delegate to A. F. of L Would Arm Sober Citizens Against "'V-. - Organiiatfom "'"" "There is no excuse," he 'added, "fcr the people to be afraid that their banks are not solvent. Our barns are bursting with products of the field. What is the cause of this panic? The president is not to blanfe. Who is to blame? The Republican leaders who had control of the country for forty- Convention K3vcn years. They have so chained us to Wall Street that when Wall Street ' gamblers failed, our business world treiiibles afl over thr" tswmtry, "The common people and not Wall Ktreet pumlilei-H uhoiild hui)di this the American Federation of Labor oc- out his money now when he does net curred today when Delegate Victor U'need is In the same class as the man Burger made an' 'impassioned speech who would refuse to aid his country advocating the resolution he bad of- n time of war. This Is a time when great patriotism is needed." Norfolk,- Va Nov. IS. A most sen FEAR ANOTHER OUTBREAK. BILL OF EXCEPTION FILED BY DEFENSE IN CALEB POWERS CASE SEEMS TO BE SEEKING TRIAL BY U S. SUPREME COURT. for all would thenceforward thing of the past." be Vladivostok, Nov. 18. The unrest among the soldiers quartered here has not abated ami it Is predicted that there will be another outbreak inside of a week. It Is reported that two hundred mutineers were exe cuted by hanging laHt week. MURDER IN SECOND DEGREE IS VERDIGT FOR MAN WHO CONFESSED TO STARTING FIRE IN YARDS OF COLORADO SOUTHERN. (Concluded on Third ra?") DARK FUTURE FOR NOTED YECGMAN Atlanta, Ga.. M v. IS When Junic jiig. alias 'Black Billy," one f the nict dangerous and most no lo? Inrs yegg-men in the t'niti'd States. retraced from the Federal oris- n nr re tomorrow, he will be imme.li-1 aielv re&rrest"d and taken to Ncrth Carolina to stand trial fcr helping to blew the pafe .f the hank of Ilavls at Moksviile. The authorities claim to have a good case against him for the North Carolina nh. and the prob abilities are that a long prison sen tence win follow hi conviction. Ijitii comes orielniallr fmm New York, but If was in the South that he an hi testing condnrt.-d their mot ex l.'ti"we operations. Boulder, Colo., Nov. 18. Murder in the second degree ami the recommen dation for a minimum sentence of ttn years' Imprisonment was the verdict returned today In the case of J. W. Reeve, railroad brsKcuian. who" con fessed that he and another railroad n.-in set the fire in the Colorado Southern railway yards here on the night of AugtiKt loth latt which cnused an explosion of a car load of dtnamite, killing three men xnd de stroying several hundred dollars worth of pnoiwrty. It was urged on In-half of Reeve, who Is a member of a well known New Jersey family, that he was Intoxicated at the time that he committed the crime and did not fccow that there was any dynamit In the cars. The motive for starting the fire as in sympathy with the Colo rado Southern switchmen who were strike. fered asking the Federation to oppose the organization cf militia, and favor ing the arming of every sober and reputable citizen of the United States so as to be able to resist the militia. Berger claimed the militia la not In tended to defend the country against foreign forces but to control the mania es at home and to back up strike breakers. Immediately following the announcement of Delegate Berger came a succession or explosions in the rear of the hall which were caus ed by the bursting of Inflated paper Georgetown, Ky.. Nov. 18.Two bags. The effect of this denionstra- questions will go before the federal tlon was instantaneous, even Presi court If any verdict short of asqult- dent (tampers joining In the laughter tul shall result from the present trial caused by the mock bombs, llerger'a of Caleb Powers. This was made cer- i esolutlon was defeated. tain today when Attorney S. M Wil son tendered a bill of exception, challenges of the jurors ahead;' sworn, a challenge of the venire list summoned and the affidavits of Caleb Powers ami others, preparing without doubt for the grounds for a trial In the supreme court of tho Uni ted States. j Attorney Franklin, for the proseu WITHj'ion. was given time to digest tho aiuiiuviiH onereii int.' iii'ieune Aim CUBAN GOVERNMENT OFFICES DAMAGED BY CONFLAGRATION MAN ENTERS BUILDING CAN OF GASOLINE. POURS LIQUID ON FLOOR, LIGHTS IT, AND ESCAPES DURING CONFUSION. Santiago, Cuba, Nov. 18. An un success ft I attempt was made today to set fire to government head quarters. A man entered the civil to prepare for a hearing. The cou,-t adjorrned before the examination wan coin ph t d. SNOW IN NEBRASKA. government department of the pala e ' carrying a can of gasoline. As he was passing the office of the gov ernor l.o threw the ran to the Hocr find applied a lighted match. The flumes flared up anil the building was threatened, but help was summoned and the fire extinguished. Conxider 1 blc furniture and drajieries were burned, and the building Itseir sus tained nonie damage, in the con fusion the man es.-ape.i. The reason for his act is not kiyiwn. - Sidney, Neb.. Nov. 18. Six Inches of snow fell this evening and tonight e ver Western NVbraska. Then Is no wind and the trntix-rature is moderate. PETTIBONE TRIAL RESET ROYAL VISITORS LEAVINC ENGLAND I!olse, Idaho. Nov. 18 The trial of George A. Pettlbone for complicity In the killing of former Governor i Steunenberg w as today reset for No vember 25. COMMISSION STARTS DOWN MISSISSIPPI 'Washington, ' Nov, lg. The founda tion was laid today for the plea of the defense In the trial of Mrs Annie M. - Bradley, charged with the mtrder of rormer United State Senator Brown of Utah. The evidence adduced to- lay tended to throw a light upon Mrs. Bradley's condition at the tiro of the tragedy. Newspaper men and physicians occupied the stand during most of the two sessions of court In each Instance the newspaper men tes tified, that at the time they saw Mn. Bradley,' shortly after the shooting. she was greatly agitated and two of them declared; she was wild aud hag gard looking. The purpose of the de fense was to show her Irresponsibility at the time she did the shooting. Tho physicians who knew here before thfl murder and who subsequently ex amined and treated her were put on the stand to show that her physical , condition was such as likely to pro duce mental aberration, or at least irresponsibility for her action. . A pathetic touch was given the we this afternoon wnen Mrs. Brad-rn aired nirthpr, Mrs. M. E. Madison, totd of an accident which her daughter had sustained when she was a H-aiI girl. One cf her playmatea accident ally, struck her on the head with a hoe. She was 111 for several weeVa and Mrs. Madison testified that fb sequently she suffered greatly fitvn severe headnches. Bu'wark of Defense. When the defense of Mrs, BratPrr has, flnaJJy, feeen presented it, will (Hah if 'as , soft" of The"- strongest ,-iMtl ' most complete bulwarks that hat ecr been built around a person aet-ps d of a capital crime. , The witnesses who have been srtn moned include some of the mcst rep resentative clthena of Utah, men of high mark, who have known Mr. Bradley from childhood, who were friends and supporters of her In the , political career upon which she had embarked, who were close friends an I business associates of former Sen ator Arthur Brown, and who. 1 1 tes tifying in favor of the woman. r? speaking out of a high sense of jus tice regretful of the circumstances which cut short the career of a man o' genius, but convinced of the merit of Mrs, Bradley's case. Each tells of pn strong corroborative sUjry I'l sup-. port or the contentions of the defense , May Collansa. Fears that Mrs. Anna M. Bradley will collapse from physical and iter vous cxhai stlon beTnre the end of her trial. It is reported, are agitating her counsel. Mrs.: Bradley was not st all well yesterday, and reports of her I Uncus were exaggerated in the evening into e rrmor that she had attempt! sui cide. These rumors were easCy dis proved, however, through her attor neys, who did not attempt conceal the fact that her condition Is precarious. Sirs. Bradley sitent Sunday quietly. attending services In the morning, at which she led the singing, and send ing the remainder of the day with callers. Neither ber mother nor any of her counsel ralleil during the Hay, i-cr were either of her sons with her. A busy day was spent by counsel for the defendant preparing for the trial at the opening of court today. FIRST STEAM BOAT AT STERLING. ILL., SINCE '5 Sterling. III.. Nov. 18 United States Cutter Rambler and Tug Mer rlmac steamed Into Sterling tonlgh, being the first beats to navigate paai Rock Island since 1S5S. Tbey catte. via the Hennepin Canal, lately com pleted by the federal governme.nL WALSH BANKS' BOOKS WILL KEEP IY10XEY BUSY FOR DAYS ai cicit in uotlter ml I :i 4 Im.lon. Nov. 18. The ffii ll isil of Emeror William Argusta Victoria c King Kiward and Queen Alexandra, wati concluded to day and both left Windsor, the Em press proceeding to Hollard. where he will visit Queen Wllheimina, an l the Emperor to High Cliffe Castle. here he will sjietid several wcr-lm re cnpeiaMtig. t-'t. lyiuiii. Nov. IX The memlier j Chicago, Nov. IS. Judge Andermil permitted to testify tf the Mississippi Hiter Commission in the trial of John R. Walsh todav ! account mas due to staite.l today on a semiannual in- iule.1 that the book t( the Chjcagijby the court ho .teclare.1 his tet.t! specllon tout, the ptectstion leing National Bank and other Walsh en j mutt admissible after the d'-f -udanfi that tfe party mill go as far south as t-rprlt-fs constitute,! eonij tent etl-, attorney, bad made every efbrt New Oilcan. One result of the trin- dence and that the counsel ft r Walfh I have it exclude.!. Frcm book tn bm will lie the renoit to the war depart-' had Bo constitutional rights to ex- j throughot't the afternoon the ban?; and Empress . ni nt on the fea-ibi!ity cf a 1 1 foot cJ.i.ie them. Following up this vie-1 examiner traced transactions erannei rrom m. mow io ine oo i. YOUNG SKATERS DROWN. tory the prosecution through the tea- j pointed out connecting links threap h tinscny of National Bank Examiner ; mate of figures and at the c!o of Moxey, proceeded to trace six In-j the session it appeared that th- taik instances cf alleged frrefularities In set before him would keep him ocv- Hu.lson. 'Wis.. Nor. l Stcia Ntl ace-otints which, it Is contended. Indl-i rle.1 for days, since eath of the son. age.l 6. and Hans Hamcon. are.! cte tbe mtitapplicatjon of the fund ! counts in the Indictment ro'ist h . more drotied here n Lake St. of the Chicago National Bank by tto traced thnmigk the ha:f dnjpen or ("roix List nicht while -.katine. j !-; .-t j-iideut. Thai M"xy wa , more btx-lix.