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'EIiEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
NOT TELLING TRUTH
CHARGE MADE BY DISTRICT AT
TORNEY AGAINST M'FARLANE.
Attorney General of United States
Observes Case of Packers Saya
Department of Justice Got No In-
, formation From Garfield.
' Chicago, Feb. G. Hut ono witness
was on the stand in the packers' case.
This was C. M. McFarlane. ofllco
manager for Morris & Co. His evi
dence related to the manner In which
the agents of the government weru
given information in the caso of Mor
ris & Co. The cross-examination by
District Attorney Morrison was ex
ceedingly sharp. Just beforo the ad
journment of court the district attor
ney put. some leading questions re
garding the working of the Oppen
liclmcr company, which, it is claimed
by the government, was one of the af
filiated concerns, through which tho
packers controlled the price of by
products. He made the assertion that
tho witness wns not telling the truth
and brought on a warm argument, in
which all the attorneys took part. Tho
question was finally ruled out by tho
Attorney General Moody was an ob
server nt the trial and at the noon re
cess of court said In reply to ques
tions: "I notice that the attorneys
for the packers have produced evi
dence to the effect that Commissioner
Garfield said that l"o would not give
to the department of justice the in
formation secured from the packers.
If he ever said that ho certainly kept
his word, for the department of justice
never received any Information from
him. Neither did wo receive informa
tion from tho president nor any of tho
subordinate officers of the department
FILE8 8UIT FOR DIVORCE.
Daughter of Jay Gould Finds Life
With Titled Husband Intolerable.
Paris, Feb. G. Countess Boni do
Castollano (formerly Anna Gould) en
tered a plea for divorce.
lopresentatlves of the countess and
tho count appeared beforo a Judge,
who, according to tho French law, en
deavored to arrange a reconciliation
beforo allowing a definite suit to pro
ceed. It is said that tho judge's ef
forts were not successful, the countess
absolutely declining to resume her re
lations with her husband, and that aft
er repeated, but vain, attempts by
Count do Castellane's advisers to ar
range a settlement, tho representa
tives of tho count and countess left
tho court, and the suit will proceed.
No decision hns been reached rela
tive to the eventual custody of tho
children of the count and countess,
but they, being under age, will for the
present naturally remain In the care
of their mother. Friends of tho
Count and Countess de Castellane ex
press little hope that any adjustment
of their differences will bo brought
nbout, but ns divorce proceedings un
der tho French law are very lengthy,
new developments may occur before
the caso comes up for triaL A decreo
cannot bo pronounced under from
three to six months.
Sensational reports havo been cir
culated with referenco to tho count's
conduct nnd the name pf a prom
inent society leader of Paris, a woman
of very high standing, has been men
tioned in connection with the affair.
Tho count is said, to be In tho south
east of France.
army, composed of Infantry, engineers
and gendarmes, stormed tho church of
Notre Dame. Flerco fighting ensued
Insido tho church and many persona
were wounded. Seven of thoso re
sisting tho efforts of tne commissioner
were arrested, among them being
Count Kergayla. There was also fight
ing outside tho church between Cath
olics and anti-Catholics.
At Toulouse, members of the con
gregation barred themselves In tho
cathedral and rang a tocsin, causing
tho authorities to abandon all at
tempts to make an inventory. The
innuifestants then proceeded to tho
Mnsonlc temple and knocked in the
Asks Court to Delay Action. '
New York, Feb. G. Henry Woll-,
man, counsel for tho state of Missouri,
in tlie matter of tho proceedings '
brought by Attorney General Hadley
against the Stnndard Oil company, ap
peared before Justice Gildersleeve In
the supremo court to ask that no or
der bo entered by tho court In the re
cent proceedings against Henry H. '
Rogers until niter tho decision o," tho ,
supreme court of Missouri, which is
Soft Coal Price Higher.
Chicago, Feb. G. Because of tho
possibility of a strike of tho coal min
ers a number of wholesalers In this
city advanced the price of soft coal
Jfi cents per ton.
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Rev. George Simmons of Peoria Takes
Poison and Dies at Home. i
Peoria, Feb. 7. Rev. George Sim
mons, pastor of tho First Baptist
church, president of the Interstate
savings hank and the People's Savings
bank, and recently appointed man
ager of tho Yates senatorial cam
paign In Peoria county, was found
dead in bed. Ho has been tho object
of investigation at the hands of tho
stato's attorney, tho two banks, and
his congregation on tho gravest
charges. A letter found beside him
showed his death to have been pre
meditated. Ho said this was his last
night on earth and wanted to leave a
message of undying love to all.
The People's Savings bank, of
which Simmons was president, in the
workmen's quarter of the city, did
not open Its doors.
Tho Interstate Savings bank, of
which ho was president up to Monday,
when his resignation wns accepted,
was alEO the object of runs. Tho
bank building was crowded with de
positors demanding their money.
Cnshler Anicker said they would bo
able to stand the drain.
Dr. Simmons came to the First Bap
tist church five years ago from Terro
Haute, Ind., and had been remarkably
successful. Ho became manager of
the senatorial campaign of formei
Governor Yates a week ago and short
ly after serious stories affecting his
morals were circulated. State's Attor
ney SholCB undertook an investigation
and secured some sensational confes
sions from boys of his congregation.
Fresh Agrarian Disorders.
Rostoff-on-Don, Feb. 7. Agrarian
disorders have broken out anew in
tho country adjacent to this place. A
squadron of Cossacks has been sent to
repress the disturbances.
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CHURCH SCENE OF BATTLE.
Police and Troops Capture Edifice at
Paris Feb. 6. MM. Do Billy and
Petit were each sentenced to six
months' Imprisonment and a fine of
40 for connection with tho recent
disturbances at the church of St.
Roch, when nn Inventory of tho prop
erty of tho church was being made In
conformity with the church and state
separation law. Several other per
sons were given sentences ranging
from" two to six months and fines of
$40 for resisting tho commissioners
t- St. Clothllde's church.
There were many disturbances In
the provinces. At Montpeller asmall
Features of the Day's Trading and
Chicago, Feb. ). A relatively small In
crenne In the world'H visible supply of
wheat watt the liasin of a sharp advance In
the price of wheat here today. Af the
ehihe wheat for May delivery wuh up VM
cc. dun and oalh were praetlcnlly uu
changed, l'lov.lstiiim were BlT'jc lower to
5c higher. Closing pi Ices:
Wheat May, brV4(&Wht; July, 81c,
Corn-May, HyHMtc; July, HVdc; Sept.,
Oats May, .W&ffjJiO'jc; July, 21175c; Sept.,
1'orU May, $1 1.70; July, $14.72,$.
Lard Slay, $7 MVM ;"; July, $7.77"j&
Itllis-Mny. ST.aiK-foT.Ki; July, $7.02',
Chicago Cash Prices-No. 2 com, 41ty3
42c; No. 2 oats. S0J4e.
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha, Kelt. (I.-Cattle Receipts,
j.SHX); ntcndj ; native steers, ?:t.70'i.riO;
cows ami heifers, $2.7574.00; eanners, $1.75
i!.50; Miuckirs and feedcrH, $.',254.:i3;
calves, !f:i.00iM!.25; hulls, stags, etc., $2.25
3Ttl,75. llogs-Ilecelpts, 0,500; shade low
er; heavy, $5.52'.-r.571j; mixed, $.-i.nofiJ
5.52j; light, $5.45(jr..52V(it pigs, $4.50(00.25,
hulk of sales, $5.5(Ki 5.5121$. Sheep Re
ceipts, 5,500; Willie higher; yearlings,
$5.50(rMI.OO; wethers, $5.205iC.OOj ewes, $4.50
j0.00; lambs, $1.55ii7.O0.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Kelt. O.-Cattle Receipts, 5,500;
slow, steady; common to prime steers,
$3.40ifj!.:t.-; cows, $;!.00iI4.40; heifers, $2.1:5
fiTi.OO; bulls, $2.00tff.l.OO; calves, $:i.(XK8.00;
ftockers and feeders, 2.40ffi.4.ti0. Hogs--Recelpts,
HS.OOO; 5c lower; choice to prime
heavy, $5.85fi5.f0; medium to good heavy,
$5.bOtflo.S5; hutcherwelghts, $5.80(50.00,
good to choice heavy, mixed, $5.80((;0.8o;
packing, $5.r5ir.85. Sheep-Receipts, 10,.
0U0; steady to strong, Iambs weak; sheep,
$3.50ff(5.M); yearlings, $5.MX30.40; lambs,
Kansas City Live Stock.
Knusan City, Keh. a Cattle-Rccelpti,
18,000; nteady to 15c lower; native steers,
$4.0Xit0.lK); fair to gooa, $4.00(50.15; west
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feeders, $2.804.75; cows, $2.2iM.25; heif
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$3.72'j; unlk of sales, $0.57140.07; heavy.
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Hong Kong, Fob. 7. J. C. Hoare,
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