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ESTABLISHED JUNE " 1871.
OMAHA, FRIDAY MORNING. DKCEMBKK '20, 190.-.-TKX PAGES.
SINGLE COPY THREE CENTS.
ALL QUIET IN MOSCOW
Eefolt Praetioallt 0er and Itrike Will
Ee flailed Off.
FEW FANATICS CONTINUE STRUGGLE
Surei Ira Being Beopened and People
Are Venturing Out.
V MCIPAL OWNERSHIP TALK
a In lnril Pollllra niwonipil
by ttnrrlrtn Kronomlc
INSURRECTION WITHOUT A LEADER ! .-S,";i,7r n:!"'
.. .elections iii .New tork, ( levelnnd and I hi-
Troops Demolish an Immense Barricade
Near 8treet Car Barni.
MANY SMALL FIGHTS STILL CONTINUE
Remnant of nevolatlonary Force
A Hank Small Ptrtlfi of Solrtlere
a Troop Cannot Occupy
Ibe Entire Town.
MOSCOW. Pec. 2. The ravoli la prao
ili-ally over and the strike will be
Comparative quiet prevailed today.
DENIES REPORT OF BRIBE
L'r. Pa:i 8ars Mntnal Beserte Did Hot
Pay $40,000 for Tamable Beport.
M'CURDY AGAIN IN BAD LIGHT
Former President of Mntnal At
templed to Influence Action of
Department In Relation to
cago Hre but t i i i -a 1 cross sections of the I r.tv umn. wee. x. ixjuip r. ......
country at large. The conviction linn be- and J. Rider Cad v. who waj employed at
come well nigh universal that the fran- i ,imM , collni by Mr. Pnyn. while the
chi Interest are resMnslbe for mnji of , , , .
the municipal corruption. It la the desire ,a,,,,r wa" "tat superintendent of lnsur
for franchises, whose value run Into fabu- ance, were the witnesses today before the
F lORK. Dei-. 2S. The Joint session
of tl momlo and Political Science .-
lona resumed today, the subject of
munlr ...n ownership bring tin- chief uu
Jeot roneidi-red. The discussion won opened
by Mr. Frederick C. Howe of Cleveland,
Municipal ownership is becoming the most
insistent issue In local fx -II t The spon
louii figures, that explain not only the
positive corruption. Tint the Indifference of
the ls"tter-to-do classes, and I ho heavy
burden of reform. These franchise hae
been appraised at S4T' .m.not in New Vork
City; In other larKe cities they -un Into
hundreds of million. Their viUue depend
upon no labor except the labor incident to ,
a control of the council. They are created
by grant front the city. And they ran only
exist through a performance of this
CANNOT IDENTIFV THE HAZER
Role at Annapolis Prevent Fonrth
Clase Men from Looking; at
ANNAPOLIS. Md . Per. ;.. Cmirt-mar-'.nl
proceedings against Midalilphlnn Trcnmr.r
Coffin, tr . :i member of the third clns. on
the charge of hazing Midshipman Jerdone
P. Kimbroua-h of the fourta claes. began lit
the naval academy today. The charge Is
supported by the specification that the .ac
cused caused Klmhrough to stnnd on his
head continuously for a space of ten min
ute or thereabout, until he became tinon.
scion. Thl. It Is specified, took Place on
the evening of Tleceiob r 2 la:. . !
The president of the court Is Captain Cor.
win P. Roes. Lieutenant Commander Wil
liam K. Harrison 1 Judge advocate and V..
8. Theall of the Washington bar Is counsel
trol. Thl explains the activity, as will question asked him emphatically denied
as the corruption in local politic These ., ... . ... .... .......a t.An.m v..m
.condition will be corrected through muni- "i""1 "
i cipul ownership. When the cltv own its the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance coin-
prao- I own franchises all classes will demand good panv and had allowed that company to
called ; fovfrnment nd efn.-lent s. i rvl. e. ;'Pla- wr(le , own of an ,nVestlgat!on
(cheaper light, water and heat will relieve ' which Mr. Puyn had caused to be made
Only i the poor of their most serious burdens. , in new. vr. p..vn characterized the report
Insurance Investigating committee, who i f(ir ,,ecuseI.
furnished practically all of the Interesting i Midshipman (Joorge W. Hewlett of the
testimony, notwithstanding the fact that ! thrd class wn the first witness. The wit-
more witnesses were examined than on
any day since the Investigation bejan.
Mr. Puyn was called to complete hi
testimony Interrupted by adjournment ye-
terday. and ir. reply to one of the first
neas testified that he had seen Kimbrough
standing; on hlr head.
Midshipman Kimbrough wa the next wit
ness and It developed that he was unable
to Identify Coffin a the man who had hazed
him. The rule, It appears. Is that no owr
class man must look at an upcr cli'ss m:in i
under ueli clicumst-tnces, and this was so
rigidly obst-rved in the present case that
Kimbrough could not ay that Coffin I ml
based him. He told, however, how he h:-.d
been hated be being Co
few fanatic are oontinulna the etrusaia- I h'h the incidental savlnga to the cotnmun- aff abpollltPlv fule , v.,.v particular and i hl 1en,, untl hP g.
All the member of the oclnl revolu- , url . 'toe.. ting of the Kco- i ""'a 11 rrw "' lf "ght he t ween James i the nil.lshim iun who wli doing the hazing
tlonary committee have been arrcated and ........ ..r v .i.. I. Weils, former vice resident of the ; threw water over him land compelled him
I tiomic association. II. W. Farnam of Yale
Wells, former vice president of the ' threw water over him
1'nlted Slate com- 1 Mutual. Reserve, and President Bunihiim . to go on again
upelled to stand o'l
ut entirely. Then
A mob of armed revolutionaries attacked
the police bureau, hut was repulsed with
ever, la naarly over.
a quaniiL, o. ,..,.o-.. ......i.e.. ; c.,mll,B R Nvm
and correspondence seized. Three nun- ,li u.e,l ihe labor I f ihe same company
dred revolutionary today invaded the res- j , .,.,.,.,,. s. Aaatll8 f ,0 , , ar of .r.. t u.m.anle..
ldence of the chief of secret police I I'nlvcrslty of U Isconsin mu.le an address! Judge Cudy was brouhl into the in- j session. He Is attached to the ilepavtment
killed him. At the medical bureau ol, -violence in Mriket.." I vestigution by reason of his having ap- til discipline at tfu academy,
wounded and 106 killed have been regis- i MepHrate nie(.,iIIKi .ho pi,tjcal ' peared before Mr. Payti In the interests The court ruled that the evidence of the
tercd, but It I known that there are ful! I 8(.It.n(.p .lfwo,.illtn ,h.m,.SKO) -rolitlc.-i In ' of Prussian insurance conipanle seeking confcmlon which Coffin made to I.ieutena at
1,0) unidentified dead in the loutchn . v i,ha. i admission to the stale. This application Commander Charlf s II. McVe . Jr.. was id-
uuarter alone. I The hlt..rl.-at nsso.-latu.n members lis- 1 was denied by Mr. I'ayn. but two years . mlssible. Inasmuch as the i-onfessl-.n wt-i
tened to a paper on -The Colonial Project j later wa granted. entirely voluntary. The officer said that
I of George Calvert - by L-i naid C Stelner President McCurdy of the Mutual Life 1 Coffin alo aeked to be allowed to resign.
of the Marvland Historical society, and ; Insurance company had asked that this I Sutgeou J. C. Byitu. the ranking medleel
afterward elected Sim li. Baldwin pre!- 1 permission be held up until he could see officer of the ncademy. stated that he j
i Uent. ' Mr. Payn. This request waa refused, hut
ODESSA. Dec. 8S.-Marl!al la has been' The Herbert Baxter prize was awarded j Mr. Payn had Judge Cady call upon Mr.
thia cltv The slrlko. how- to uaviu . .vtuzzey of inn -cw turn K.111- .
klllB VII... !..... ... ..... ' l IT .1.J l l. I.,C..I,. miA
leal t ulttiie school for an essay on 1 ne nuRnn ni-n.ru n en. .'ii"i
h..eo ! Spiritual Franciscan." ; ,h'' Mutual Ufc would pay any money for
Millard Leaves for Home and Preiident it
Out of the ity.
CANDIDATES ARE ACTIVELY AT WORK
lonaressmnn McCarthr Jtrlrlna to
eenre an Appropriation for the
Improvement of the Mla
1 FTom Staff Correspondent 1
WASHINGTON. Pec. 2K (Special Tele
gram. I Senator Millard IcTt Washington
this afternoon for Omaha, and will not
return to the capital until January 8. This.
In connection with the absence of Presi
dent Roosevelt, of course, precludes any
one being nominated for I'nlted State at
torney this week to succi ed Haxter.
Candidates for the position are already
actle, either In person or through their
friends. Jamea C. Klnsler of Omaha, a
prominent candidate, who is east upon his
bridal tour, arrived in Washington today
and had a conference with Senator Millard
before he left for home. He left tonight
for Buffalo and after spending a tew day
there will return to Omaha.
"Tom" Munger of Lincoln, a well known
attorney and close personal and political
friend of Senator Kurkctt. is also in Wash
ington today. It Is presumed that he is
here to confer with the Junior senator re
garding the district attorneyship succes-
oth Mr. Monger
NEBRASKA WEATHER FORECAST
Pair Prldar anil f older In Kat Por
tion, tatnrrin? Fair.
Temperature nl omxhn Vrnlffdsfi
ft n . ni .
n. m .
T a . m .
a. m .
a. m .
10 a. 111.
11 a. m .
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BIG DEMAND FOR CASH
Rate for Call Vcney in New York Advance
to 125 Per Cent.
TRIBUTE TO H00SIER POET
Inillnna Teacher' Vaaoelntlon llaa
Wpcclnl Kaerelse In Honor of
iHine hlteomb Riley.
and compelled lilm
r . .I. -I. - It I "". ne'iiBM U'II 101s
jr.. wa. the lal witnes' during the tnoming j iind the "' '""committal
'l'he Farmers' State hank of llaes Ccn
INTMAN APOI.IS. Dec. Ji- The nftermvm
sessli n of the Indiana Slate Teacher' as
sociation was a tribute to James hitconib
Riley. Addresses were delivered by Sen
ator Albert J. lievcrldge. President Hughes
of Depatiw university. Henry Watterson of
louivllle. Ky.; Charles R. Williams, ed
itor of the Indianapolis News, and Mere
dith Nichols, the author. Mr. Riley wa
present and responded.
Mr. Watterson said in part:
But the other day a famous company in
New York celebrated the seventieth hfrth
day of the most famous 01' our prose
writer a. we are celebratlnit the noon
tide of our yreal nod honored poet, our
neighbor and our friend, and. though 1
have fought throughout my life aalnst
sectionalism In all Its forms. I cannot re
press a kind or s iking satisfaction In the
and the satisfaction rises into exultation
Its supply, has hint to come west for a
fresh ciop of poets and humorists and
novelists finding most of them, by the
way. in Indiana even Howell in Ohio
and the satlsfaetl'iii rises Into exhullntion
whin I reflect i.hnt the -tand.itds of liter-
ture of my cuiintcy. thus following the
BEGIN CHLIN6 LOANS
called to see Kimbrough on the night men.
Honed and found him in an alarming condi
tion, he being in a state of phtrs.l eol-
...v .ui.mwc. alum t.tii. .-I ..i.,T-r. v,,,- . 1 1 1 1 1 oi my I'Kimu v, inns lonowing ino
tcr. Neb., has been authorized to convert i r of empire, ar held by hands so stal
into the First National bank of Hayes Cen- aVX XJy,
ter, Willi a capital of fil.OMJ.
'I ii kmgtons
the M i tors, the
A civil senior examination will be he4J'lM " "ni1 "he Ailes to bring up the sup-
.1 .iiii-i him iin-ii jinnee v. lieu luvj nif
January 1,1 at Norfolk, Neb., for posit i
clerk and carrier lit tho postotllce fi - a
I'pon the recomcnd.itlon of Kepi ei.- .
tive Connor, Dr. J. M. Garrett luc
nplHiinted pension examining stirgts; ...
Fort Dodge, la., vice Dr Farrell, resigned
I'ostmahters uiipoinled: Iutr Diff. Ap'
COUNCIL BLUFFS MAN SLUGGED
lapse. On cross-examination Dr. Byrne ; panoose county, James K. RoTan. vice A.
said positively that Kimbrough uncon-j K. Dilllnger. resigned; I-adoga. Taylor
ODfcSSA. Dec. .-Martial law na m-cn -, .. ....... r ............. oe. , .,....,..... ,;,., ..... ,,.! sciot.sness was retl and that he might hav.) i count v. John VI Adams .vie.. X T Hrown
.,. 1t,,.j . th. The strike how- A new iioily, to lie Known as the American ' -.". uctmnui. v ..v... ..- ... ..... ..I .
proclaimed In this clt. stiiKe. . Meforrtv offered him died had he tint had prompt attention. Dr. resigned Wyomlng-Como. Carbon county.
dred of arrests oocoiegica. ussoca, ion. lias ueen .u.niru. u,-e. . h l.l :.tn... for .he nrr.s. ! .. ... . n ,.
11 retainer in neliait or me Aiuruaj Ldie, , ... . .v i. ... oUvu.
over, Is nearly over. Huwi
luive been mnde.
' Its purpose being the encouragement of so-
j ciolognal research and discussion. Prof, i which he refused.
! i it W..-.1 u.,. ni,... ,,i..., itin,,i.. ..u ' The New York office of the Insurance de-
nai-tuient was Inoolred Into when Robert "nuesnes, uui n.n n'miuut o... i.i-.n..
, cutlon, which he closed tt Lase.
I The defense offered oifly niidshlimien a
I iMine Of l
I The revn
, only a gi
JP which th
J troin pUi
-MOSCOW. Wednesda, Dec l-'T. H p m.
-Via SI. Petersburg. Dec. The back-
hone Of the insurrection 1 broken and the
uprising here is rapidly going to piece.
oluuoniHt are able to keep up
...111.. ..-.....,.. V, tTi.i :l WHO
. u. ...v - I chants' club and there, elected the follow-
they can move email detachment .... .
nee to place render the taak of
fchlna: them alow and tedious. The
The Bibliographical s.j. iety re-elected all
th old officer.
The members of the Kcouoififc associa
tion tonight held n banquet at the Mer-
Hunter, deputy superintendent, wa called. ' u"n of 1,s c:,r toruorrow.
Mr. HuntSr cotild add notliing as to the
ing olflcer: President. Prof. J. W. Jenks,
Cornell university; first vice president,
quarter ha been cleared of the
of the "Drukina." a the fighting
irganlx ltlon of the revolutionist I called.
They have tronsl'ei red their operation to
Last Ttciskaia, consisting principally of
sn. ping Horn the roofs of houses, oc
casionally throwing a bomb on advancing
Petrol and niukiug off on the appearance
j'f artlllciy. All the troops Of the Moscow
garrison, including the 1'uriuer disaffected
itostoff grenadier, and tiie reinforcements
which nre empjoyjpd In cjualilna thc.e.vo
'" Tiiii..alsi!r"MT-o .st ill liiini. la-lent to thor
oughly occupN the lerrttorr' won. thus
tinahllng the revolutionist to slip into j
vacated territory so oon u the troops I
move on. Many of the attacks on patrols j
are seemingly made out of a puie spirit I
of liiavndo. since they are completely fu
tile from a strategic standpoint. The
remnants of the Insurrection now lack co
l.rlmi or a head.
Morea Are Reopening.
The cit of Moscow bears the picturesque
appearance ot a battlefield. Officer are
everywhere ecn galloping through the
streets or are being driven about in rap
Idly moving lelgh. accompanied by es
corts of dragoon or Cossack. The stores
wera reopened and the Inhabitants who
had beer, tooped up for five days wera
venturing out for a breath of fresh air.
The witnesses all tesiilied that they did
....nrlnct of tt. Insoi anee Henartment lo I consider Kimnrougti s reputation tor
that which had alri iuly been supplied. It I ,rut t""ing the best, but admitted that
wu bnwght out that through his influence j on Uo,i,d reflection upon hi
he had hid a medical examiner or the truthfulness since the Incident which form
Kqultable I-lfe Assuium e society in Pough- J bH!,ls of ,he trlill und tl,p" u,t"
Charle S. Fairchild of New York, ex- fcepie uiscuaigeu.
ecretary of tlie treasury; second vice pre- Hlarkmall by Metnrdy
ident, 8. X. D. North, director of the
1 census. Washington, D. C.; third vice
president. Prof. Carl C. Plehn. Fnlversity
of California; secretary and treasurer,
Prof. William Daniels. Princeton; execu
tive committee, F. A. Fecto)'. Cornell;
U. H. Mver. Wisconsin; John H. Gray.
. . .. ... w i . . a .... n...,1M( n ....... I .. , t. ,t
Aortnwestern university, ti. i . r.inery, i""""1 ioiini.nir. . f.hurrh MeAdville PH
Accumulntlve evidence on the allotment
of the l.OUU shures- of stock of the Law
yer' Mortgage Insurance company, which
whlhi held for the Mutual Life Insurance
McCarthy Want Money for Itlver.
Mr. McCarthy ol the Third Nchiaska dis-
I trict is intensely Interested In a general
way in the president a plan to regulate
copporathinis, which, he asset t. have lieen
ruining the country so long, and liial it is
time for tin country to wake up to the
situation and exercise proper control over
them, ajid he thiuks something ought to be
(Wnt) to Ineurunce companies. He has been
pas lng life Insurance premiums lor man)
i ........ . ....i.. ... .... i.i. r .1..
man Coffin will be completed tomorrow. The "'"-' l" , ' , , . , ,
j ntltted that the midshipmen had .conslder
I a bio feeling against hint.
I it is believed Uiat the ense of Midship-
' same court will probably try the case of
Midshipmen Warren A.
luty Id ftalHng to
frondltln. and of
if the first cla,
Yale; H. R. Seager,
Dixon. Dartmouth. ,
Columbia: F. H. ( erlck II. Cromwell, the present acting; pres-
-HetrryMrgrthw of te Bawj-erV Morta r - "
Indiana. Secretary of State May
Realan Orllee at lteinet
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 3-Daniel
Btornts, secretary of slate, ha not
JQLJJ PLACE I aage Inurance conipajiy told how Mr.
i McCurdy Mad become !1lgnaiit kecaune he
t had not allotted share In tl Lawyers"
' Title Insuranre and Trust company, nnd
i to appease him a block of Lawyer' Mort
j gnge Insurance cotfipany stock wa offered
; him, but he would not take It and further
K. gave Mr. Morganthau to understand that
re. : po applications for loan from either corn-
signed, and It 1 not known whether he pany would receive eonsidet ation from the
will comply with the demand of Governor
Ilauley or not. Today he again refused
to discuss the subject.
Crary of Calvert, Tex.,
i alter ho has been called to his reward, and
Vanderveer, wiio is ' kl,ow lh"1 millions' of others are doing
I the same.
He claims to represent purely an agrricul
turul district and Is keeping an eye out
' e j charged with m gleet o
I ... I. ..... .V. .
the finance board, was taken In the exam- ! .
.... ,, , Btepnen uwauir. jr., u me nrsi cia, - --- - i .,,iTTI n m.v. . . p. ,
lnatlon of Adrian Eselin and G. O. Ha- , ,..... J..., .........j for all measure affecting the weal or woe WATTLES CIJTLINFS DFFFNSF
i iii.i(irii ..iii. I in r. 1 1 1 . ej.-i, ..i. i..-.. - J J : u w wv...h
Flall uceeerta In llailna; li.
Arrested ho Turned the
It iRTTAND. tire.. Dec. .-iS).ecial Tele
gram.) P. C. A lesworth of Coun.-il Bluffs,
la., after bring snandid In Porilaud ten
day by being sundliaKged and robbed,
today wits successful In having Thomas
Russell, lit years old, ui re sted for the crime.
Aylesworth startd to the depot December
1. when Russ-ll struik up an acquaintance
and misled him to a dark part of the rail
road yards. Aylesworth remember no
more until he was found several hour
afterwatd lying under u freight car. He
had been nibbed of Jv6 and hi ticket to Lo
Angele. Russell was arrested after clever
detective work at hi father's home here.
He admits being with Aylesworth and de
stroying the railroad ticket, but will say
nothing further. It is thought hi sick
mother will die from the shock caused by
her son arrest.
, and Isaac N. M-;-
of the farmer.
oth roambera of the u Inf'ted In securing if possible
. . me iianauuu ruiT nuu asrri iii wiai .1 im
IUIAQCUAI CliriT' DV CIICDfTPTQ I a navigable stream and that congres has
rvmnariAL anui pi aurco i i . 8() rpgmi.dPi lt and t(wt Uie ruvme 00lirt
l'rank Thornton of Perrysbsrg, Ohio. ' "t the United State ha so decided. He
....... . -.. . went with ntenibers front Iowa, South Da-
I alally Injnred While Attempting .... . ... . ,.
j kota, Missouri and Kansas bclore the coin
to Arrest Alleged Itnhhera. j mltlee on river and harbors at the last
! congress, where they pul up a strong light
It Is understood that in addition to the
situation disclosed by the secretary of state
placing hi affair in the hands of a trus
tee, a committee that ha been examining
j the record of his office, ha reported that
IMr. Storm did not turn Into the state
treasury a fee of J2S.WO paid by the Van-
TOLKDO. O.. Dee. 2S. Marshal Frank j for an Item in the appropriation bill for
Thornton of Perryshurg. who wa shot. In i the Missouri river. The reason fit is o
the abdomen at an early hour this morning ' interested In thia Is that the river bounds
Mutual TJfe. I wnUe attempting with his deputy, William 'his district on the north and east and many
Mntnal I KeonomUlnsr. ! Scott, to arrest five men suspected of the , his constituents are exti'i-muly interested
When Mr. Cromwell wa on the stand he I ar barn robbery here last Sunday morn- i in this proposition.
1 wa asked what consideration he had ing. was brought from rerrvshurp t lot
given to economies in the Mutual Life, j o'clock tonight and taken to the Toledo hoi
He said he could not give exact figure ! pital for an operation. His condition I
for the record, but that there would ha critical. Scott was shot in the foot.
a saving of perhaps $l..Vft,nnn next year. IT j All dav the country between here and
added that the most unpleasant duty he i Perryshurg was scoured by posses of e:.
License for Interstate Trade.
A bill of greatest national Inqiortance that
Mr. Martin of South Dakota expect to
push for attention In congiess at this ses
sion 1 his bill already introduced for the
regulation of corporations engaging in in-
w ... .hi. dalla Railroad company until ome month ... : , .... .. J .. ., ... .. . terstate and foreign commerce in loon and
i tie nowp urKn uii-ian.i.. " .e'.- . olscnarging employes ouring ine nasi i-w ,.i eiini. in i.Miiin up me Kang inai on ire
ing at the Triumphal arch, liombardlng
and demolishing an immense barricade
near the car atables of the Belgian com
pany, which had been built behind over
turned tram cars. Thence slowly, pivoting
shooting;. Several suspects were taken in
after It wa due, that while the entire w.pu.
saiarj or .ne loreign corporation clerk IRte jn , nay ,hp rnlted State Ufe custody, hut it is nor certain thev are the
wa. drawn from the treasury, a less ; Tn,lranre company's affair were token K'ulty person
amount wa paid him. that an error of )lp hy Mr n,1B:hr.,. The preident of the Tonight lh police made two arrests that
fl.iTO had been corrected later, and that an ' rompariV. jnhn P. Munn. wa called to the ! are considered Important in connection with
from the arch, the column ewept eat- j appropriation for an extra stenographer j nUinA j't(1 bmtted a number of Mate. the car bnrr, robbery, when they took In
ward, clearing all the streets of Tverskai
and north of the boulevard, which sepa
rated the battle ground from the center of
was anticipated by Mr. Storms.
The Star will say tomorrow: Governor
Hanly has riven Daniel F.. Storm until
the city. Uarrlcade r not so numerous ' n'xt Sat unlay to hand In hi resignation a
iu this region a waa the case during yes
terday's fighting, and the troop encoun
tered less opposition. A correpondent of
the Associated Pre accompanied one of
secretary of state. Tf the secretary ha not
complied with the governor' demand at
ment of syndicate participations which j custody T. E. Pearsla and W. R. Rosewell,
were read for the record, also statements , until thre week ago conductors In the em
of the cost of Insurance to hi company. ! ploy of the street ear company. TI.ey
He will renme tomorrow. i claimed to have Just returned from Cinc'n-
Distrlct Attorney Jerome today received j natl previous to their arrest.
a ropy or all the evidence tivis far sun- i ne nve men who am the shooting entered
fuel supplies. This bill provide that after
July 1 next nil corpora t Inns engaging In
Interstate commerce in rattle, shei p, swine,
dressed meats, mi at product. poultry,
poultry products, dairy products, grain,
i cereals, breadstuff, coal oil or other food
or fuel supplies, must obtain a license or
1 franchise from the secretary of commerce
i ond labor, and before obtaining such fran
I ehlse must make rti affirmative showing
that they are not over-capitalized, that
Inlt o Attempt Wa Mad to Give
ataa m ',tt"" Valaea to Real ; -.
"" ' .'
ROSTO.V. Dec. ?S.-(Special Telegram V
Attorney Stricter today outlined the de
fense that will be put in by Gordon W.
Wattles of Omaha in the JW.l.OfiO suit over
legacies left by Kdwln Wallace, a wealthy
New Hampshire manufacturer. Wattle l
administrator under the will and claims
that the plaintiffs well know that he wa
agent for tho Omaha property of Wallace
and there was no attempt to give any tlc
tltlous value to the property, as alleged. Hh
also claim that counsel for the plaintiff
examined the property and that later an
independent examination was made.
PLANS FOR GREAT REVIVAL
K anaell! ie Conference at Chicago
Ontline Movement for Old-Fnsb-loned
CHICAGO. Dec. .-Platis for an old
fvhlnneil religion revival to sweep the
irntlitent of America were made todnv hy
religious worker from all over Ihe country
at the evangelistic conference conducted by
Dr. R. A. Torrey and Rev. Charles M.
Alexander t the Moody church. With the
same wonderful power which swept o-er
F.ngland last eumnier In one of the greatest
revivals in history. Dr. Torrey and Mr.
Alexander opened the three days' confer
ence with time public meetings. At each
they are not an unlawful trust or combina-
that time the attorney general will proceed I mlrtAt in tho lnanranr Inf"! lira t Itin rnm, th Kl'flllK InnphroiMn nnl 'niaetirhuH : nd that it lH MOt t lll'tl" pill jOK tO
against him In the courts These proceed- ,,., There are numerou volume. tlon at Perrvshorg at If. -so" this me-. i vlolnt, ,he f"ll(,'al anti-trust laws. Stlhse-
the column for an hour, during which I the nature of a suit Hle1 in ' ,i r.u.rlet Attornev Vntt .ni Their act ion. hu.i . n ...i..i,.. '. quent vlolat Ion of the anti-trust law will
lime the soldier of the DruJIna nowhere he circuit court of thl county to ous' n.,'v ,at .nc-ial grand Jury probably will ! the marshal and hi deputy, who entered fnrt'1 ",e rish' ' "n,i''"5rt Interstate of the services the churches were thronge.i
aiteionted lo hold the barricade. After . Storm from office on the ground that he ..,a i rvhn.arv to nn,,.i tt,. ! the t..i:..r..i ,,t, t,,i..i .hi. ...... commerce. this bill is right in line wltn.ann mere was great enthusiasm
firing a few shot, they invariably scat- j ha misconducted the affair of hi office. . tt.Btln.nnv. ! Thev got up Immediately and left the 'place' I'resddcnt Roosevelt administrative roll, li s
t-ied uff. . - Thomn P Fowler, chairman of the sue- i At the door Marshal Thornton attemnte.l to f"r thr proper regulation of great corp.ua-
I ASK PARDON FOR ORGANIZER I rial committee of the board of trustee of ; stop them, whereupon they drew revolver tl"n Anin ln,"uln,, fomnterce. Mr. Mar
t 1 th. Vrw V.irk l.ifA lnaiirance comnnnv land opened fire Th,rott, A. ...... i. , in i,i. tin believe the policy, which i new. can
Governor Hoeh Hears Arvnraenta In j ovlt tnP appended statement for the I track". Scott, who had followed the mn
Houses iu Raise.
Sometimes the artiliery flreu at a barri
cade, but tins deienuer usually scampered
off and then tliese detrnse were taken
without tiring a shot. The work ot de
stroying the entanglements and burning
the material from which they were con
structed was alow . Occasionally when the
LUCKY WRECK ON BIG FOUR
Case of l,abor Leader Con
victed of Assault.
TOPKKA. Kan.. Dec. 5 -Governor Hnoh ' r"nort ",,.blr, '?. th. .',r'1 "f ,rl1""
. . . , , , , Pf. I I'l l liiei t'Mtr i n nflM- nn dn-
today heard tha pardon application of nncement to make.
troops wera fired upon from roofs th ' Arthur K. Ireland, the national organizer ! MeCnrdy Resign Again,
house were bombarded, but the occupant j of the American Federation of Labor, now it wa learned today tht Richard A
had ample time to escape. The operation I nominally serving a six months' term in I MeCurdv, former nresldent of the Mutual
of the troops In the Wrunnaia district dU- the dwley rounn Jail for assaulting a utft insurance company, and his son-Inclosed
many Interesting traces of jester- nonunion machinist named Harrity at ' lflw, t. a. Thebaud. who also wa con
day a lighting, winch brought the walla of Arkansas City. Kan., last summer. The , peeled with the Mutual, resigned some
IU house tumbling about tne ear of their ! application wa backed by the American week go from the directorate of the
defender. The ProkhoroiT cotton mill. Ilia ; Federation of Iahor and resisted hy the fmfed State Mortgage and Trut com
headquartera of the "Drujuia" ami many Santa Fe Railroad company, whose ma- pany. Their resignations have been ac
ollier house lor the distance of a muo chlnlst was assaulted. Among the labor i erpted.
neiween nic ivuitiMu u .i.v .iiuiuy.iai i imu.-i a yi epeui wiie i noma i. rion, vice
anh were In ruins, tvery street tributary 1 president of the American
I committee tonight: j out. received a bullet in ills foot. The dye
The committee Is engared In a thor- j men then ran down the street and dlsap
I "I'll examination of the Hamtlto nmalt.r reared. WHhin half an ho..,- th.. ht
started and was kept up until dark tonight.
and will t its conclusion make h nolal
of the Tverkaia boulevard were stout, y ! James A. Cable, general secretary of th j
oamcaaea, as many w evteit ueing couuieu iiuernaiionai . ooper union, and J. D.
wlti.ln i'uu jard of a single street. Tliee Rurkalew. vice president of the American
evidently formed the first line of defence
and the network of street behind ware
barricaded at intervals. These barricades
were loft standing, the troops having strate-
Feder.,.on:f.O PROSECUTION FOR WALSH
Federation, who had charge of the recent
machinists' strike on the Sanfa Fe. C.
T. Atkinson, the Kansas attorney for the
federation, prreented the application.
gicaily made a circuit to an ipru plain i Gardiner Lathrop, general counsel of th
noithwet of the city, which enabled them Santa Fe aystem. made the principal
to takv the revolutionists in the rear, com- vpeech against the granting af a pardon,
pelllng the evacuation of the position prac- i Judge W. K. Smith, general attorney for
lirally without loss, as the revolutionists the Santa Fe for Kansas; George B. Stew
were unabls to light the artillery wttii re- art. Santa Fe attorney at Fort Madison,
volvers and they possessed lew rifita. j and ex-County Attorney Torrence of Cow
House after housa showed yawning chasms lay county, who prosecuted Ireland, also
Governor Hoeh took the case tinder advisement.
produced by shells. Th spirit shops and
cheap lodging houses occupied by the stu
dent revolutionists were the principal suffer
t.i. The barricade, though t.iey could
not be defended against artillery, wet a
well constructed of telegraph pole, fence,
heavy door. Iron court yard gate and
signs, all Interlaced with wire. A lumber
ard in the vicinity furnished material
lor thirty barricades. Red flags were still
defiantly floating over some of the barriers,
but throughout the district the correspon
dent saw neither Drujlnlsts nor soldiers. It
wa like a deserted field over which th
tide of battle had wept. During the morn
ing the revolutionists several times at
tempted to Intercept convoy of ammunition
nl from tha arsenal lo th troops, whose
(Continued oa Second ho)
OHIO COAL DEALERS FINED
Officer af Cleveland Association
Plead f.nllty to violating the
CI.EVKLAND. Dec. 2S.-The officers of
the Cleveland Retail Coal Dealer' associa
tion, indicted on the charge of violating
the Valentine anti-trust law, pleaded guilty
in common plea court today and were
sentenced to pay fine of twit each.
Prosecutor Ho then announced that th
indictments against the ether eoal dealers
I would be uo lied.
aeeretary of Treaeury Declares Chl
casro Man Simply Followed Prec
edent ot Banker.
CHICAGO. Dec. 2a.-Serretary of the
Treasury Shaw arrived in the city from
Washington thl morning and in an inter
view practically declared that there would
be no criminal proceeding growing out of
the closing of the Chicago National bank
and the Home Saving bank of thi city.
"John R. Walsh did not take one dollar
dlhonetly. He did no more than many
others bankers in the I'nlted States sre
doing all the time."
"The rumor of criminal prosecution." de
clared the secretary. "Is nothing but talk.
There has been no embezzlement or theft.
For every dollar taken out gilt-edged secur
ity was placed within. The depositor will
get every dollar they deposited, and when
that has been accomplished the responsi
bility of the government ceases. That part
of the banking law prohibiting tha loaning
of more than 10 per cent of the capitaliza
tion to one man may have been violated.
That la not a criminal violation and all that
can be dona I to liquidate the bank and
pay off the depositors. The violation of
that law by one bank is no more than has
been dune ky almost every, bank la the
ODELL ON THE SPEAKERSHIP
Former oernor of fw Vork. Prom
ise to Make Public Matter
very properly be applied first to corpora
tion handling food and fuel supplies, which
must be used by all of the people.
Pelesinlea tn Postal ( unarm..
lt wa announced by the postmaster gen
eral today that after several post poncinent
the sixth universal postal congress will
Miie I'lissenaer Car Derailed ear
Kankakee, III., and None of
KANKAKKK. 111.. Dec. 2R. -Five person
were injured, none fatally, when .he fast
I mall train No. T on the Big Four rall-
Actien Trie to Aa icipation of Requira
rnente of Year-Lrd Settlement.
MARKET ADVANCES IN SPITE OF FLURRY
S'.orki Continue Ac'.ive on Expectatien of
ORDINARY BUSINESS NOT AFFECTED
Hanker States that Ncarelty e4
Money la line to I nmnrkatad
Imp and Conditions
NEW TORK. Dec. A. The call money
market opened si rung again today. Tha
llrt loan reported was .vJ.tnX at the rata
of JO per cent per annum and this waa
followed almosi immediately by another
loan of 2'X.,i at flu per cent.
At 10:M the quotation wa SO per cent
The advance in Hie interest rate waa
eensnilon.illy rapid. From 60 rer cent thern
wa a quick advance to 75. 0 and then luO.
When l'W per cent wa touched all raoord
since Iiecember, 1S?S, were brokeu. In that
year 16 per cent wh patd for call loans-
After lending at 1X today there were loans
at 90 per cent. The 00 per cent quotation
did not last long and nt 11 o'clock 110 pet
rent wa paid for funds, and shortly after
ward a loan of JkHV at 125 per cent wast
Although broker were compelled to pay
tho highest prices In year for cash with
w hich to carry their stock, there was little
excitement over the situation. Many Stock
exchange houses provided themselves sev
eral month no with time loan to carry
them over January 1, which 1 a tlmo
when money Is alwuy In great demand for
dividends, interest and other year-end set
tlements. These time loan are not affected
by the call money market. Some stock
wero sold out during tho morning hour,
principally In Industrials, but the main
stocks held well in the early trading, con
sidering the markets usual sensitiveness
to i:. . y conditions. On the Stock ex
change the view was token that the etrln
gency i temporary and that easier condi
tions will prevail Immediately after Janu
The demand for money atarted within
fifteen minutes afier the opening of busi
ness. A a rule nothing Is said In tnoney
untll after 11 o'clock. Today a loan wa
made early at 30 per cent. This was re
garded u an effort to keep the rate down.
Immediately afterwards bldB were raised
rapidly at 10 per cent between quotations.
A request for accommodation at 40 per
cent brought no ottering Then the bid waa
raised to B0, with no better results. The
next was SO, at which fltaire a second, loan ,
was made, one of. !00,0U0. No more money
was offered at that rote.-' ""he third loar) '
was made at 70.
Banks Cnll for Caah.
Then the demand for money from brokers,
as a result of heavy c.ufig of loans by,
the banka In order to make arrangements
for the January 1 disbursements, become,
urgent and most of them were apprehen
sive as to whether they could venew their
loan at all. Tint call rate again climbed
rapidly to n", W and 125 per cet.t.
The top rale yesterday was 95 per cent.
Tha greater part of the day s offerings
came from out-of-town banks through their
local correspondents. A grout many In
dustrial and commercial houses also
loaned tlirnus'li their bank.
Russell Sage, through hi representa
tives, was reported to have loaned $6,000,000
at 90 to 1 per cent. More than tho usual
discrimination was shown by the banka in
the collateral accepted by then, for loans.
The rate for slM nuil ninety-day loan
today was 6 per cent and a "cutnmlflRlon,"
making such loans fully equivalent to 9 per
cent. At noon the denumd for money
seemed to have been largely supplied. At
1J : r loans were made nt tii per cent.
Toward 1 o'clock the demand for funds
se.-mcd to have been pretty well satis,
lied and money was but at 60 por cent.
Just as soon as the in. no y tension seemed
to have been relieved the stock market
started to advance, lid by a sensational
movement in Anaconda. This stock ross
rapidly to 27f against 2'W earlier In th
day. There was no d' Hnitc new to ex
plain this advance except the reports of
a rich strike in the company's mines.
Amalgamated Co per was carried up 2V
pdtits in smpatliy owing to its large
holdings of Anaconda, and other copper
and smelling stocks Wife also .-trong.
At M'. the c i ui'iii. y market ber&ma
much easier and dropped to H s r cent, and
at 2 IS the quoted rate was C"(ii pep cent.
After having leached M per cent on tha
Sinck Kxehange and 1. per out on pri
vately arranged loan", il.c r.iic for call
, road was wrecked at Waldron. Tl I f, 1 money late this afternoon fell to 6 per
cotiene at Rome. Italy, during the drat rns east of here todaf The tr-iin was 1 cent. Jmt before the close It advanced
I riate representative. They are clot hed with extinguished. Six hundred yards of track i early decline in Industrial sl.a.c, wa
authority to conclude and sign such modi- mPie torn tip.
NEW YORK. Dec. 2 Former Governor
Odell. chairman of the republican state 1
committee, made a statement today con
cernincr the contest for the Btio.lf.r.1,1.
the assembly. Mr. Odell atd: ' ""1 r"""a' "n'"n ronv'n,k'n nmy b
"Thl Is going to be a fight to a finish ! prrw1 "' 'V ,h""- ,,uf'jMM' " '
I tried In every way to .void factional , M'Proval of the president and postmaster
trouhle. but It ha been forced on me and i "e"'ra'' .
when a fight is so forced I am no quitter" ' . . , .
Is the report true that you have some-I ALIBI FOR LACLEDE J. HOWARD
thing to say about the collection of cam- !
palgn funds by Mr. Cortelyou last soring'" I Mlnntea of Company Show that
week of April. i:-KJ. Former Representative' ,BO hnur late and was running nearly
F.ugene F. !uid of San Francisco wa . seventy mile nn hour when It struck a
appointed In November. 1903. to r-oresent ,rKen rail. The engine Hnd nine of the
the 1'nited State at the congress, and ! PVen coaches were ditched, but nnl over
n December, J, F1ward Roseaier of! turned. The gas tank on one of the Pull
Omahn. wa named a Mr. Ixmd asso- nlan cllr. Pnl,,a tmt ,n iUle w.
again and closed IS p. r cent bid, offered
As the money rate fell the Htock market
advanced and approximately the highest
pine of the day were reached at tha
clns". The Bi.n k market, except for an
Mr. Odell was asked
"Refore thi fight i over I may have a
good deal to av shout this and other mat
ter of Interest, including the Depew-Rlack
race for the senate. It I altogether prob
able that I will contribute something to
political literature tn the near future
some chapter that may interest people.'
SEGREGATION FOR DEFECTIVES
Prof. Johnson gay Tbree Generations
of This Policy Will Prohablr
Waa In at. lxol at Time of
PRODUCTION 0F PETROLEUM
1 ulted Male Lead World In Record
Rreaklna Yeur for
idy throughout the money ten-
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.. Dec. J Prof.
Alexander Johnson, secretary of the Na
tional Charities conference. In addressing
the Stat School Teachers' association to
day suggested that In the matter of de
fective children the easiest way to exter
minate this class tn either segregation or
chloroform. He explained that the law pro
hibited chloroform, but segregation was
permissible. HI idea is that lunacy breed
lunacy, and that three generations of segre
gation would probably Urn Uiat the defective.
Hanker Kiplwiaa Situation.
President ileph.ii ii of the Chase National
bank, said today:
The enormous vol. line of business which
r.bti.ins throng!!. ml the iruniiry has caused
a demand utioii toe banking powor, and.
naturally, has materially advanced tha
rales of Interest. The mreign e.'iehangn
credit which the c. unity would own Is
iiirtailid by the stiniiae. of cur, which
i.reyeiiis ihe rapid marketing abroad of
cotton and grain and slso bv the conceit
irai.d wi' I. boiling of cotton for higher
prices. Normally, we would anticipate such
exchange by out credit Him. ad, but Europe
has tr .ubles of its ow n. I hi KussUn cloud
hangs over markets. A posnihlu dafault
In the Interest upon the enormous In
riebteoness of Russia has seriously dis
turbed Berlin, hel ls Paris Iu unxlety, and
of Coni ne. xi n ines n strong rt Ilex latlu-
ence in 1mdon Money has l.e.-n ana I'l
. (.f cent iii Berlin, a, id unusually strong
1SS3. when Laclede J. Howard was rc-elnctcd . Movement of Ocean easel. Dec. a. ' "'..' ''"!' ' ,.,.
president oi hip ti.iniwiu n ur.ug in me vew i oi k i riven . nni'in, n o.n nre-
handwriting of Lad-de J. Howard and - "n. Sailed' Bremen, for Biemen: I..t
. . , .eti-rsnti, for Havre. Gallia, for Marseilles:
sigied by him. , Ailf,ra- f,,r Naples
The ame witness also identified In the At l,ondon Arrh r.1 : Samaritan, froi.i
Halifax; Cambrian, from Boston. Kill.'1:
WASHINGTON. Dee. 2. The I'nlted
State supplied more than one-half of the
petroleum produced In the world in l!f
A statement of the world production of
ST. I.OT'IS. Dec. The first attempt to. j,et rfileurn, prepared by the British Hoard pries. Normally, we would anticipate such
prove nn ...ir.i tor me ime inaeoe j. How
ard, whose estate Mrs. Mary Ieafgreeri I
suing for liitt" a his widow, was made by
attorneys for ih estate today when George
J. Jones, secretary of the Kvan A Howard
Fire Hiick company. Identified the minute
. .... . ....none i.nrif ililA nt t ) nuu r l
n .lit- .... .. . ... j .
of Trade put the petroleum production
of the world In 1504 at 9.3't3,"ViO gallons,
of which 4.91.0O0,0n0 gallon were produced
In the I'nlted State
The worlds production for I'M breaks
order Uiok an entry under date of January
15. 1MS3, a being in the handwriting of La
clede J. Howard.
The significance of this testimony, accord
ing to the plaintiff's counsel, is that ao- onl
lng to the testimony of all the witnesses on
Minnehaha, for New York
At Naples Sailed : I'anople. for Boston.
At yieenstown Sailed : Cednc, for N'-w
At Glasgow Arrived: Caledonia, from
NewtorR. ,lh possible danger
At Hamburg-Sailed: Prinzessln Victoria j
l!d Misiri to finance our
gi. at volume of r ' i 1 1 1 ' -is prn uca iy witn
our own resotiices. It is unttirt iniato that
at Mien a time and under Kueh circum
stances that prici s of .let. .1 aecurltle
' hi. old be persistent h anv.uicnl day by
v it has milled to the money strain
ainl Is primal il I sponsible for the high
lates if ii.tinst. SteeKs (if wnthv) would
,ve found a hiy! r level in a normal
manner without dealing an unusual strain
and without a isn.i; condition fraught
knih elites who have testified concerning Iiuie. for New 1 ork.
' - ,. tn... ci., . i..a it..ii., v....
At Al.lleiiir anuru. ... n nr. . i ... , 1,1. .sew
the marriage of Mary Moore and Charlie
Howard, they were married in Decatur. III., A, Liverpool -Arrived- M :i-stie. from
January 15, 1VB, and came on the f.dlowit.g New Votk: R..vlc. front New Yi..l; Sell
.. p.,.,,,. hr viomard m-nt .i,. C tinrlc nd Sy Iv.'ini i . I ..r i'.i . ' on . 1 1 :u.i.n.
day to Palmer, where Uuar4 aiyeat t.i ,nr For.Ulld, Me ; Haverford. for pl.IUdel
nl eucceaaicg week. I pUs. 1'retorlan, for Halifax. .'. 8.
CLLVKLAND. D c Z- i he '"leVeland
New lodiy s.. s that it 1 am from a
reliable ii'.ar.i -l a .t i'nity tii .t t'levelaial
banker have s-:.t latife sums of money
to Ntw Yuik recently. U La im
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