The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 26, 1907, Image 7
,4lt4 WC,41 si nmpiwrnir v Cw'''",,N'N,'' Sj v- " x-v it Phonograph liven John Pif mmi li.itulni.istcr, wh has no use for Phonograph. ' hi tec nmz" the Phonograph as a for midable comp' In o-stc kinu says that people will no longer go to emu i s n n an have music in their own homes so easily and so hcipl i v cm with the Phonograph. This is an unwilling tnbutr, In.i it i-. 'nevertheless a tribute. The man who has a Phonograph has a conceit in his own house. Even a king could not have more. At our store ou can hear them any time. The Victor Gramaphone. I Victor jyr' 1 f i "His Mnsterfc Voice' flt.U. PAT.U'T. The Victor Junior $14.20 The Victor Z 2 1 .20 The Victor No. 1 26.20 The Victor No. 2 34.20 The Victor No. 3 44.2 o The Victor No. 4 54.20 The Victor No. 5 64.20 The Victor No. 6 104.20 The above prices include 12 S-in. records with each machine The Edison Phonograph. The Edison Gem Phonograph $10.00 The Edison Standard Phonograph .... 20.00 The Edison Home Phonograph 30.00 The Edison Triumph Phonograph 50.00 Records, 35c each; 54.20 per dozen. .. ! !! ! ! IIIIIIMIIIMIIIIII Compare these prices with anyone V, and remember we save yon the freight. 1 Newhouse Brothers, 1 Jewelers and Opticians. Burlington Watch Inspectors. vAnv (3$ 11 K t IS ''PRESIDENT ANSWERS PROTESTS OF LABOR MEN. 6TANDS PAT ON MOYER MATTER Says That They, Not He, Are Trying to Influence Justice and Condemns What He Terms Their Flagrant Impropriety in the Case. Washington, April 21. In a lettcv addressed to Honoris .laxon of Chicago, chairman oi the Cool; county Moyer Haywood conference, inatlo public here, President Roosevelt replied to tho crlticlsmw oi liis recent letter, in whicn ho referred to Moyer and Haywood, ot fielnls of the Western Federation of Minors, charged with Implication in tho murder ot former Governor Steun enherg of Idaho.as undesirable, citizens. The president says ho regrets any lKdy of men whould so far forget their duty to their country, as by tho lorma tion of societies or in other ways, to en deavor to Iniluenco jus-tice and toei-'u coint or jury; that they, not he. are trying to inlluonco Justice and he con demns what he calls tlieli ilagrant ini , propriety in the matter. He says that ho indicated no opinion as to the guilt of tho Steunenhtrg murder, hut that K It was a simple absurdity to suppose vthat because a man is on trial ho is lroo from criticism as to his manner of life. He said he might as well be ac cused of trying to Iniluenco tho suits against Harrlman, some of whoso friends had nleo criticised him. Ho said that Moyer nnd Haywood stand f.s representatives of those who habit ually f-npear as guilty of Incitement to or apology for bloodshed and violence. He added that he was piofoundiy Indifforeut to tho condemnation of him for his criticisms of the undesir able types of citizens, regardless of tho power of either labor or capital. President's Letter to Jaxon. The president's letter follows: "Doar Sir I havo received your let tor of tho 18th Inst., in which you en close tho draft of tho formal letter which 1b to follow. I havo been noti fied that seveial delegations bearing similar requests are on tho way hith er. In the letter you, on behalf oi the Cook county Moyor-Haywood confer ence, protest against certain language I used In a lecont letter which you assert to be designed to Iniluenco the course of justlco in the case of tho trial for murder of Messrs. Moyer and Haywood. I entirely agree with you that it is Improper to ondeavor to in fluence tho course of justice, whether by threats or in any similar innnncr For this reason, I havo regretted most deeply the action of such organiza tions as your own in undertaking to accomplish this very result in tho very , case of which you speak. For Instance, your letter Is bended: 'Cook County Moyor-lIaywood-I'ettibono Conference,' with the headlines: "Death cannot, will not unit shall not claim our brothers.' This shows that you and your associates aro not demanding a fair trinl, or working for a fair trial, hut innounclng In advance that the verdict shall only be one way and that you will not tolerate any other verd'et. Such action is Ilagrant in Its Impropriety and 1 Join heartily In con detuning it. Not Free from Criticism. 'Hut it is a simple absurdity to sup pose that because any man Is on trial for a given offense theiefore he is to bo freed tronunll criticisms on his gen eral conduct and manner of lite. In my letter to which you object I referred to r. ceitaln prominent financiei, Mr. Hur rinicn, on the one hand and to Messrs. Moyer, Haywood and Dobs on the oth er as being equally undesirable citi zens. It is as foolish to assert that this was designed to influence the trial of Moyer and Haywood us to assert that it was designed Jo influence the suits that -havo been brought against Mr. Hairiman. I neither expressed nor in dicated any opinion as to whether Messrs. Moyer and Haywood were guilty of tho murder of Governor Steunenbetg. If they aro guilty, they ceuainly ought to be punished. If they are not guilty they certainly Wight not to be punished. "Hut no possible outcome either of the trial or tho suits can affect my judgment as to tho undeslrablllty of the type of cltirzenshlp of those whom I mentioned. Messrs. Moyer, Hay wood and Debs stand as the repre sentatives of those men who havo done as much to discredit tho labor movement as the worst speculative financiers or most unscrupulous em ployers of labor and debauchers of legislators hae done to discredit hon est capitalist's and fair-dealing busi ness men. Preachers of Violence. "They stand as the representatives of these men, who by their public ut terance and manifestos, and by tho utterances of the papers they control or inspire and by the words and deeds of those associated with or subordinat ed to them, habitually appear as guilty of Incitement or apology for h'oodshed or violence. If this does uoj constitute undesiiahlo eitlzonshifl then there can never lie any undesir able citizens. The men whom I de nounced represent the men who have abandoned that legitimate movement tor tho uplifting of labor, with which I havo the most hearty sympathy; they have adopted practices which cut them off from those who lead this legitimate movement. In every way I shall support the law-abiding and up light representatives of labor and In no way can I better support them than by drawing the sharpest possible lino between them on the or-" Hand anil on the- o'her hand those preachers of vlo lence who aro themselves tho worst foes of t!ij honest laborlngmon. "I.i i me repeat my deep regret that any body '. men should so tar lorgct thei" duty to their country as to en deavor by tho formation of societies and in o'her ways to iniluenco tho course of Jus-tice in this matter. 1 have received many such letleis as yours. Accompanying them were newspaper clippings announcing demonstrations, parades and mass meeting designed to bhow that the representatives of la bor, without regard to the tai Is, de mand the acquittal of Messrs. Moyer and Haywood. Such meetings can, of course, lie designed only to coerce court or jury In rendering a verdict and they, Iherofoie, deserve all the condemnation which you In your letter say should bo awarded to those who endeavor improperly to iniluenco tho course of Justice. Are Undesirable Citizens. "You would, of courso bo entirely within your rights If you announced that you thought Messrs. Moyer and Haywood woro desirable citizens, though in such case I should take I rank Issue with you and say that wholly without regard to whether or not they aro guilty of the crime for . which they aro now being tried, repre sent as thoroughly as undesirable typo I or citizenship as can bo found in this country, a typo which In the letter to j which you so unroasonainy iaio excep tions, I showed not to lie con lined to any one class, but to exist among srni" representatives of great capital ists as well as among sonic repre sentatives of wagoworkois. "In that letter 1 condemned both types. Certain roprofeenfr.lloa of tho gieat capitalists, In turn, condemned me for Including Mr. Harrlman in my condemnation of Messrs. Moyer and Hnywood. Certain of tho representa tive: of labor, In their turn, con demned mo because I Included Messrs. Moyer and Hnywood as unde sirable citizens together with Mr. liar rimau. 1 am as profoundly Indifferent to the condemnation In one case as In tho other, t challenge as a right the suppoit of all gqod Americans, whether wage earners- or capitalists, whatever their occupation or creed, or In whatever portion of tho country they live when I condemn both types cf bad citizenship which 1 have held up to reprohntlon. It seems to me a mark of utter Insincerity to fall thus to condemn both and to apologize for either robs the man thus to apologist" of tho right to condemn any wrong doing In any man, rich or poor, In pub lic or private life. "You pay ou ask for a 'square deal' for .Messrs. Moyer and Haywood. So do I. When 1 sny square deal, I mean a square deal to every one. It is equally a violation of the policy of the square deal for a 'apitnllst to pro test against the denunciation of a capitalist who Is guilty of wrongdoing and for a labor leader to protest UKiil'ist tin denunciation of a laborer who has hoeiLgullty of wrongdoing. I J stand for equal Justice to both and so far as in my power lies 1 bhnll uphold Justice w lie! her the mini accused of guilt has behind him the wealthiest ' corporations, tho greatest aggregation ot riches in the country or whether he has behind him tin most influential labor ornanlr.ntlou In the country." i NICARAGUA ASKS SATISFACTION Salvador Rejects Demands and Open War May Result. Salvador. Apill L 1. The go eminent of Nic magna bus demanded satlsliic tion from tho government of Sahudor for us part in the recent war between Nicaragua and Honduras, as well nj the tree interchange lie. ween the two countries of their respective products.' Salvador, though rejecting the do-, mauds, is ready to make with Nlca liigeii a treaty of pence and friendship that doe.s not wound the dignity or in jure the interests of either paity. I There Is n possibility that open war may result from Salvador's rctuul or that the president of Nicaragua will lend his aid to tho numerous c-ne niles ol the president of Salvador. Instructions weio Issued by the I'cunsyivnuhi rallioad to conductors and detectives to watch lor a band of alleged piofessional gamblers who am said to be working on the fast tiains between New YoiTc and Chicago. CLARK FAILS TO GET SONS. Refused Writ of Habeas Corpus In District Court at Lincoln. Lincoln. April 20. W. G. Clark, mnnager of a Chicago theater and ho tel, was rehised In tho district court a writ of habeas corpus, asking that he might get possession of ills two minor sons, now in the custody of an aunt in 'Lincoln. 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