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he Omaha Daily Bee
Vol,. XXXVI -NO. 1.'!0.
0MA1IA, FRIDAY MOHXINO, ' NOVEMBER W. 1 -MI -TWELVE PAGES.
SINGLE COPY TI1KEE CENTS.
,1001) IN NORTHWEST
ICTV rllHM MM'JGUD ON I5UH0
of ri!!t Rvtrt , bit Ifott of
.'.VUAl UVl AH- P.POIITtD L03T
iiiuKt i E !t feat is'l Vtrtb of
Ti'tir ami fattU.
rrortHty lcs win tt houmous
Hli flitwft ana) Mall-war rror
I -llmaet o-ale fleee
m H . and Ma1-
i ;w" r n vrii iive
if Mifii f I" mn"
el in , rv.wliu river In
n, tti" Intn it Catlln
S smtu- I'"'. mlll"Sl'
I "- helaa
I a .iiiIMIi
Wound and Portland
,nl ,f western n ml
nif i ', in t
1H". trio ln.li.
l-md 4 a via 1 1' it
lU't t tn'i.l '
? In the Mini" fnn
and Oregon Rail-
iclnn, Hr ter-
mili ii.l l"lfi!.frt . i-tnmiinlfsi 1 1ir be
l.n hi "vl f nl'l" nut o( r.mi.illon
mil ! Ifnffl l eastern l1r'nn ne
i lilnatoTi nliiiiMt lit a a'ands'lll. run
.lrd of tho ism-l" "f 1o1a ra damage In
il. r i wl Iliil' i I" k of the und ro:in
I'l. in the ItMinn cmintry ami nutlit-
tii Wl.:.it.in and r.nifii nvm ti th
"li' IniT''"! fif iiithwrptim Wphln
i'n, l"ftflv uinnir1r', up ih rtwirl to
iiiifM of !h himn ilini'ilon lironht b
'rni In N hliidoti, Iho cfrtm n1
rnni ,f h)ih r thundni Inc lnr'nf.
Ih ranlt nf lrr",illal ilownixium nf til
f"t Unr r fMir a ly: On th Cnwllt.
hili 1 IwiUht lh nvt fMTiniln mrnac'',
n if rilin bn iK-rn wnhl awnv.
M"ift"Hv In IM t th Inhihllintf hail
ifflrl.oil wnimira in nt ti th hlichlanrti".
In ifiln mmn rtlmrlrl thr lit a. riimnr thnt
f-iily famir who hrnl lahrn ffuiea on an
lUn1 at In ffiou oma-rr unlM thu Cow
i"i"pa Ik rip".
aat lalanrf 0"rili.
A'"M'1;ti t P"t'"1r whn arrive h
iHlr nn a tialn from Tamma. Ih "'!.
I K vail" In a t ltiiinl ch can fur nipi,
ih- r .llr'xrl uri.ilr lrl hlr tlk a rtTbbon
in ma II, Iwlng h nnlv In nil In tftt.
Tht-n aM"nar ! thnt 1 fVuttlo
l!ii" wr ji'i i1iim:icaJbyr"Tirf ildone bjr the
I'irm. It h-tna.lsrtha rural 1liitn-ta to the
' aii--Tir.Mh." whrr tha atorm haa
r"llwt lia hlvf. Arrrmllna' to thrm.
m fatur-ln jr to n'riim-mlay, n(nc when
ihra haa Imrn nn rimmunlratlon with tha
iiinil, th rain rur"l down ( If hot
throiia-h a flpf- U waa arcomiNuilad by a
liavf wind, whlrh tnada It hasardou for
imi Kitlitua to vrntitr nut. Thr gave the
Xorthfrn Parlflo railroad hlh pralaa for
h ffiirt nul tn k?r It trmJHe moving.
I mn-ni-i a wia lukon to Tacoma-by boat
"I from h-r brwuitht ta Portland over
ifi" ltilur ronl.' Vvr-ti thla la no loner
l.mllil-, ulir-n tha litidirm at Olrqtia and
K li" bava hrn awrft away. Northbound
y ranrra who lft Iwre on tliln road were
' unublo to f;:-t br Cajitla Rnck, fcntl moat
Vf lhm rfturn-d t Portland.
On Ilia OTriron Railroad tt Navigation
a ka a allil at TmdKon Knlay threatfinad
tl ut trafftr Imlrnnltet)-, but rporta to-
nlht ar thut It riia wan greatly exag-
rid and that the Union Pacific and
.Nnrttirra Pur I no tmli will leave here on
Hum- iitnlght ovar thla line.
Tlfrnfb and tr phon wlrea north of
I'nrtluid are pruMrated. there I wing no
omiiiunlrall'm a hit vi r with any point
further U,an Kulama.
A'-i,nlin lo I'lnirb t Poreiajiter Beal of
Hi I'nlli'd 8tata weathxr bureau tha ren
ter i'f the atorm haa paeaed tit Rocky
inoiinUlQ rtinge aiwl It la the after-affert
whH h ! now raueliig the damage. The
fore ant for tha dtntrlrt la orcuelonal rain,
anh m'irh hwr temrwrature, which prea
ae atdr caaaatlon of tha elllng
iawllla Rhrr Rlala.
A -p lal dlrpatth I hi" aft. rnuou to the
'pii'g Trlegrum from KeUu, TA ah.. aayt
w 4" lortetit la ruahlrsg through tha
l"Umli In that vl'inlty. carrying thou-
nJa of dollar worih of frox rty In a
n1 tu-h to th a. Tha t'owllts liver,
i.lh tgan to rlf rapidly yeetrrday.
tn.f4 lo la.n'y l-'l above low water
nrk thia iiy.rnlng. ud th big "-fiol
-tr-m b't"l that mn th trn-i betwreo
V ! aKJ f'etl.r utiUj t" ll Inland lt
a -rr'.- r'ra.n bn.k frum Ha rnl-nUi
I .liy l h a tia.h Ihxl Wi. hraid
ri-l J in - he b . ma of
. a trr'l J. WD Hi" aGi!n rlr.
Kit rft Pnriian.1 for t'i
'-it ii a In ri(nr1:i( gra
Hi'! li.rft l.ar- tokn Pane
w Y .,! r in.- rH( whi- h
t r ' e p
rri. Mui't n ' oi :rr.r..ij, rivr.
I w - ! ; tt,- i, hat f'ooi ;."io.-
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ml liisiac- n
. '..i mitouil" " wp!i ii, o
''ti ' ' '' i -en loe.H ke'm to in-
-r i .
;,.n i--,l'iia -tt -ii
$ -ewf e-.a-
a o i.r sc"!on ,-t' ev .j ,,
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r- ' i .! i-.a .i- r.s-u-
t !'- rtr-t niirfirftloe of "t r-.-i
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I : ---t . .... feel fi'te.i j. t
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I he V- .i'a,e. i - riv-- at P. .rr
RCQT ON MONROE DOCTRINE
eerelerr la Ktpertref to Mate Petal-.
llnn of President In Ml n-eeeh
at Haaaaa Utr.
WAKHIXtrON'. Nirv. 13-MaliV of tli
tx i in- m ri'un i.-iembem of th fllil"mtlc
r.ri.r i"nd iho rlinnT of th Kmumi
C'lv CoinMircliI club on Nivrtnb-r TJ and
tin tn-r tlna; of th" Trn"tnlKiliilpi'l con-I
!' at KansHii "Hv on November l' Mr.
Afnaral. fh llrr;llln rh.irn. will re(r
"iil Ma gnvf rnment. and It li likely that
li- will niwak at Hie f'ommerelnl flub din
liar, Wlnf Iterrelaiy Root will n1i"0 ppi-nk.
Hr Pnrdii, the Peruvian nilnlMrr; Mr. Cor
t'a. tli Colombian nilnlatrr; Mr. Chnldron,
the Ttolivlari mlnlntir; Mr. Yoacham. the
t 'lilll-in rliar, and Mr. f'alvo, the. Coal a
Rlinit tnlnlal'r. "Ill be inembrrp of the
iriy going to Kanma City.
Mr. Root haa firepared an adOieaa f'ir
the Trnamlaallpi Imnmiet with grnt
'are imd If la liHleved thnt aa the niouth
pleea nf the adnilniairatlon he will at that
lime voire president Rnoaevelf attitude
toward the Monroe dortrlne. Bine the dee
tiraflon of Prof. Burcraa In Rerlln that the
Monroe dorfrln la prartlrally a dead Inane
j In the T'nlt-d Utalea, there, hua befn no op-
portnnlty for th' Hilmlnlnl ration to deHare
Ha adhrrepee to the lime-honored doctrine.
bill It la believed Herretnry Root will a,Vall
hlm If of the opportunity to roaaaure the
Iitln-Amrrlran republlea that tl'- I'nltcd
Wtnlea atlll purpoaea to prevent' European
natlona from arrpilrtng tfrrltofy on thla
The othrr three h dd resa f wh Icli Serre
larj' RV)t i to deliver w hile on hla wrt"rn
trip will he more or b-aa f xtetnpnrnnra.
John Rrrett. the Atrerlonn mintetar to
Colomblrt. la to epealt t Imth the Trana
mlelaalppl fonajreaaj dinner at the Com
mercial club dinner In Kanaaa Ctty.- and
repr.-artallvea p Latin-American repub
llea wUl be anfong tlie apeakerR
The comnaTrlal opportunities of the
l"nltd fiVa In the anuthern republlea will
be the ill, if aubjecta under diacuaalon in
BAPTISTS CLOSING MEETING
Final "eeelna In Prnajreae at St. I.eaia
and Ranqnet Cornea
f ST. LOU Id. Nov. 15.-The closing session
M the twenty-third annual convention of ;
the National Baptist congress was held to
day and the meeting next year will be held
Two topics were Introduced for general
discussion today. The hist, "The Relation
of Relief In Immortality to Conduct," was
introduced by Pr. H. L. Steison of Kala
mazoo, Mich., and Prof. Hhallcr Matthews
of the University of Chicago.
The appointed speakers were Rev. A. K.
Deblola of Chicago and Rev. L, A. Crandall
The second topic, "The Appeal of Christ
to Men,' was Introduced by President W.
H. P. Brown of Brown university. Provi
dence, R. I., and Rev. H. C. Mablo of Bos
Th only business transacted was tha
meeting of the general committee, which
rea1eetad tha eveentlva rammlltM ani
lected Baltimore aa the next annual meeting j
place. Tha executive committee) will proba
bly meet In New fork City next wee and
elect tne officer of 'the congress for' the
ensuing ye jr.
The convention will h concluded tonight
with a banouet at the Washington hotel.
NEGRO TROOPS STILL SERVE
() racer at Fort Reao Await Orders
from Headquarters Before
OKLAHOMA CITY. OkJ.. Nov. lJ.-OfB-cers
at Fort Reno near her, are still
awaiting further Instructions before begin
ning the actual dlscharg of the three
companies of negro soldieri ordered dis
missed from the service for their connec
tion with tha Brownsville riots. Major C
W. Penrose, commanding tha post at Fort
Reno, said this morning:
"The troupe bava not been dlxchaiged,
nor will they be today. I am Waiting par
tially for the arrival of the paymaster and
partially for further Instructions from
Washington. I fear no trouble when the
troops are discharged. Since arriving bere
from Brownsville thla battalion haa been
in e 1'iee confinement, and during all that
time there hav been but five cocrt inar
tials for leaving the fort. No other bat
talion could make 0 record like thla."
Th- troops will, tt Is said, be dismissed
half a company at a time as they are paid
off It Is trohablr that the paymaster will
arrive today and the dtsehnrge begin to
morrow. ALCOHOL IN TUBERCULOSIS
rrlirl PkyBlelao lleelare Al
leaeel SI nrd la More- Daaaeroaa
Than the Dlaeaae.
v: v- vorik v.o ;-.Ti, e.n, . mi..
ti.st -l-ohi-l is beitefle-UI lb treating tu-
Iwneiloss we -J.c are-el u lie ra laclous liv
lir r ll l rotiier- ul FlrTTorel. e:.ir.n.. .it
T. V. I rotaer of Hertford. C.or.n.. .it
. - - -
, ie.eriiati-.ii.il rnnzi-eao on t i.l r, ni..,:,
i-' iHT. ii-- i tri ..mi. eoi me roiurary
al. --hoi i r-allv uioi-f l..nr.us man tue
d:- s- Ii l a n to ruie.
LiulW Nol l- of ."ijf.n. ufre-red
uw Pn.ctl.ar t-.. s,ioa for l,e pre-
v:i e.i ef the sr.re-:d of t.ibr.-i.,osl amona
1 hj.i t re tyi t tort i
in l'j to lie
. are .rf,rt.-a 1f jr..,,, San Kr:i.i.-o-e. to Meiiiai- to ' to draft a resolution expressing the yi,i
' si ipk.i", ami &''':P" j -nake feriuln :nve-t.at ona on liyrht anl ratliy of the brothe rhood for the labeling
w rt . rhvfrfrw .- with a srrmt d txt
1 Hr V, . nry UUt. I P Tea t HP, Pi p P.
.f.c.l irn; m India, a it h a ropulat.'on of!
tV children are .ngularlv fr-e j
'front t il-r-nloaia is-a use thry are ta.ight J
io hratl.o P -.pefiv as a cjjliy exercise.
Aa-'- I'll In eoiim.y m here there la great
povenv and a ai"-t -urcsiy of water."
TRlIM?.Ifira AT KANSAS CITY!
, r i , . f..j. tm
Talk, of Watt -rale aa
v-.v-.-k-! .ITV v.,.- ri, w-jt
r-...s. ..... .. . u.
4.h. !i4i:oii .-r -re-l vonimitt-tf of th
c.roir u' Riaoie rondijr;or anl the
B-.nhe'hooi .f Railway Trainmen, a t.o-
d.l.a-i'e in.i lei es e-.iay t, con id r
t mtig tu w-c.i. None, of th iHe-
.,- Lhi !iv uf fiy hi fo rinu.ru i b r
ir'..irf t'ea ni-wt:i.4j.
A : . pr- o-n' -t. r "i p f. M 'TritH yt
jtr,. nivs'fr of fie rHpe.i hr rhd tf Trai.i-
n.in. f. 4 ihatt u tjteri.tnl nu:.t lie ijad (
l'.i'lu' fiwrorni jf;rr(i
i" wmlin u,n bias-met, and
n ploye.t -n in turt-nvB rii
-" d s)i'i-ui leal e 'tucrtjiii at-.d will,
.t i -u. H"nlul uemaada tu be ma.le
u ii ivada.
ROOSEVELT CROSSES ISTHMUS
Preeideit Trtveli Reuto of Iotereceaaio
Catal ia Bpeoial Trait.
IN CAPITAL OF PANAMA
Addreaa nf AVeleome hy Prealdent
Amadnr. Wka Met Party at
t olon A lalt to Paaanin
COLON. Nov. 15. Pr aldcnt Hooeevelt
haa apent a Imay day on the Isthmus of
Paiw mA and ' now fettled for the nltrht
at thu Tlvoll iiotel. on the line of the at.ol.
lie haa rroirsed from Colon to runiima.
eolrg much of the canal and the fnmoua
Cuh bra rut on the way. He lini" taken a
trip around Pnnania bay and he hua been
welcome' In Fannma City, which Ilea out
aldo of the canal lone, by Prealdent Ama
dor and oiher oftjclala of the Pananian re
public. jThe day paaaed according to echd
ule ond ino untoward or unexpected Incident
Laat.lnlglit President Amador nud his
pnrty enme over to Colon from Panama and
called upon Trealdent Rnoaevelt on bonrd
the Louisiana. Thin w;is the ftrat welcome
by Ires I officials.
Trenldent Roosevelt left the Louisiana at
7:10 o'clock thla morning and came to the
Colon dock. Here he was welcomed by
Canal Commiasioner Phonta. Chief Engin
eer Stevena and other offliials. nnd the
school children of Colon sang "The Star
Spangled rianner" and "'America" for his
benelit. A few momeDts later President
Roosevelt was greeted by Trealdf-'nt and
Mrs. Amador and the bishop of Panama,
and at 8:10 a. m. the president and those
who had come to welcome him left Colon
for Panama by train. (
The trip ncrosa the lathmus was made
slowly In order to permit the president lat
party to have a good look at all the points
of Interest along the route. Several utops
ware made on the way over and at each
station achool chlldreu came down nnd
sang patriotic air. The president thanked
all the welcoming delegations warmly.
The presidential train arrived lu front of
the Tlvoll hotel .at 10:.) o'clock. Here
Prealdent Amador left Mr. Roosevelt and
went on to Panama, while the American
j president continued to La Boca, the Pa-
eiflc entrance to the carnal. Here Pre!-
dent Roosevelt boarded the eUutmer Boll-
var. made, a trip around Panama bay and
came hack to La Boca for lunch.
This afternoon the president came from
La Boca to Panama City. He drove from
the railroad station to the plain, welcomed
all the way by the cheering of the cjowds.
At the plaza President Amtdnr delivered
an address of welcome and President
Roosevelt replied. There waa then further
, . 1 .1 .i v t. 1 wiu
singing of patriotic airs by school children,
after which the president, escorted by the
officials of the Panaman republic and a
body guard of 300 mounted members of the
Panaman aristocracy, returned to the Tl
voll hotel for the night.
MClaf VnOW nCMTDII fMIII TV M"yor SthwIU waa concerned with the so
IMtW TUnlS UtNIKAL UUILIT called corruption fund, but no hcaitancy
Jory Nrtirni Verdict In Case
Sew York Over Choate'a
NEW YORK, Nov. 15.-A Jury in the
Unlttsd Statvb circuit court today found
the New Vcrk Central & Hudson River
Rrtllrofed con-pany guilty of granting re
bates arroLl.Ung to $2fi,0n0 to the American
Sugar Re fining company.
Suit agnlnr-i the American Sugar no-
i;"lng ccrrpany en the charge of accept-
ing the rebate paid by the New York
Central will bo commenced tomorrow.
Mr. Choate rcnttrded that Inasmuch as
the shipments con-plained of were made
and completed in four months prior to the
passaii of the Elklrs act, there was no
ground for ptc-sevut'on. "There la nothing
in tho act,"- lu aald, "to sustain these In
dictmenta except a retroactive construction.
which tha courts forbid, when any other
construction is Dosslble. Congress ha Its
tht. hut there are rights of citizens
that even congress, cannot Interfere with.
The law is void as an ex post facto en
JurtKB lie!1. In denying, the motion, eja-
dare.! that he thought the Elklne act)
...ea..,.i-, Kir.Hi.-r ihn aeeiiaeit and 1
sufficiently binding Upon tllti accused, and,
that this waa sufiii lent evidence to send the
case." tu Uit jury- '
TI.e judge then announced his decision
ovet ruling the mulior. to dismiss the Indict
ment. PRESBYTERIAN MEETING ENDS
Brother bead Coavratloa Appoint
General C'oaarll of Tweaty-Oac
Meaakera and Aajoarna.
INDIANU'OLlS.No7. li.-Thc first na-
Uauat gathering cf Presbyterian church
worker, called Ihe Presbyterian Brother -
booel. which l. la-en l .esslon In this
citv for the ist two days, adjourned to-
night after leavlnts In the hnrds of a gen-
'er.1 eoiimll of iwentv-one members the!
! .. . - ....
naming 01 nei hm-iio auu uii
adoption of a constitution.
n K.. ..hnac.n f, il-.. ir. o.
! eral council are the following: Hugh li
' - i ,.,i ,v, tv,il...l- vj.-d. ir
- ., ii .
u.. i... m-iiii. t-...- l ...
iim,. iu,ii....,.ii-, ,
AiibPeles: f:. m Treat, tet. l.oiils: J. l.
; Husted. Ienver; A. E. Turner, Waia-
. huchic. Tex.: A. B. T. Moore. Ci-dar Uup- ;
,a. la.; A. R. Taylor. Decatur. 111.; W. M.
I.W. Portland. Ore.. d Cyrus H. Mc
. Cnrn.lck. fliieaa-o.
A this ftrn'etni sjhMi a motiuit
was adopted that a committee lie nppuintesi
. r.m ut the rountrv
GENERAL SHAFTER AT REST
aatra .f Retired Army Uilrtr
I . . ...
lakaa Place at Presidio,
S FRANC rSCO, Nov. li.-WitU full
military bonora th remains of the late
Mjor CsneraJ William R. Shafter. t". 8.
! A., retired. r l.ild to rt In the Na-
, tionaJ cutieiiry at tna rTesialo today, nev.
I Fiederirk Clampetf. D. D.. offlcluted at
tha arrvice .huh were held at Trlnl.y
I Ft-laeotvu! i kurch.
i - -
I AM branch. cf th military In th .lis-
, inn were represented.
pTTiRIIR5 CLFANING HQUSF
PITTSBURG CLEANING HOUSE
j m t mwt t Drlv Tts trmm Ttwii
VlTlbblRG, Nov. 15. In an effort
' rid PiueUui g of thugi now op.ratinfc- so
rxl.Miaivclv. aoorea of ausplcjous characters
- , aud rem with .-ninlrwl records were ar-
rea-tt-d Uat Oit.Lt and were arraiisued today.
I M.ay stit senienced tu from thirty to
J ;. ty J.tj tj tha WirklhjU-a.
MAYCR SCHMITZ IS INDICTED
t.raad Jory haraea Ursa ( "m
Fraacfaeo fiarrrsnrnt It I
BAN KRANCISCO. Nov. 15 The Brand I
Jury brought five Indictments against Ku
gene Sr limit and Abraham Ruef. on th
rharcn of rvtortloii. On each charge the
ball was lixi-d at. $l'i,i0 and bond nt S,ii.
The Aral nll-Rrd crime was In connection
with the Poodle T'oji restaurant, and th
Indictment recites that Ruef nnd Srhniili
demanded money from the proprietor. Tjny
Banco. As this di niiind was made, i. Is
aid. on two uernsloim. two Indictments
were returned. Kxtortlon lielKvcd t'l have
ben piHctlied Umn Kd Marchand. pro
prietor of MsrchHiid's restaurant, - Is the
basis of two mnrr Indictments. demand
upon Joe Malfantl. another restaurant Stearns. Loaan. la.
. .. , .. . I hour new' directors
is the alleged offense cm .which 'hc:E y MotTls. Haiti
fifth and last Indictment wax found
The Indictments acre returned for the
Brand jury by Foreman B. F.-Oliver, who
presented the documents to Judge Muras
key, who read them and placed them on
file. He then proceeded to fix the bail for
In the presentation of the Indictments
against Mayor Schmita and Al.le.-mnn R.ief,
Assistant .strict A .orncy Honey ha. rui- ,
ailed the promise t'uit tho first action I
token by the grand lury would he to itreusc I
Abraham Ruef of fony. Tills prophecy
was made In open court two weeks au-o.
hut nothing was then said that M.iyor
Sfhmltg would h drawn Into the scandal.
The Indictment of Ruef was expected by
the public, but they U'-'t not prepared for
hnmedlste direct action against the city's
chief magistrate, whirls now on the Atlan
tic, returning from a vtsit to Rurop. For
nearly two years the alii g.--d objectionable
relations between the French restaurants
and the municipal administration have been
a. subject Qf severe critivisni and public de
nunciation. These restaurants, which were all de
stroyed by tbe April conllngrrallon. wore
frec4Ueni.ly the cause of bitter assaults from
the pulpit and press.' the a-'cuaatlons being;
mado that they were immoral and a menace
to the welfare nf the community. The ao
ealled restaurants were a combination of
eating and lodging; house and liquor resort.
The agitation for their suppression 'two
years ago apparently reached t'rv city offi
cials, and orders were Issued that they be
deprived of llceni'ea. which would close
them.; The doors remained locked for a
short time and then the restaurants were
permitted to reopen with "some restric
tions " Soon the houses were again In full
sway along the old lines. Some of the local
newspapers nt that time made charge- that
a fund had ben collected, amounting to
thousands of dollars, and thut the money
had been paid to officials to ft the em-
. Kir trn Tha u,un.lin. f k. ..it.. . .1
, . , ,,.,,. ... . , ..,. ,J
'that a monthly tax of about tojm was paid
by the restaurants for protection. The re-
quests for liquor lieensea were granted bv
the police commission, a maturity of which
wan In accord with th administration of
It haa never directly been charged that
j waa used in connecting Rue r a name with
j the alleged illegal use of money. Ruof.
j Indeed. admJttetd that lie had received fe-ea
jfroiu the proprietors nf the rasluurnnts, but
. declared that hi? acted merely as ah'uttor-
nny In promoting the nl-wMs of hie rllrnta,
whose property rights had been trcpam-d
According to the Indictments. Ruef and
Schinlu. on January 15, 1S04, extorted fl.170
from Tony Blanco of the Poodlu Dog. and
on February S of the nani- year tby
forced him to give up ll.OW more. The
third Indictment Is bused an the extortion
of 11.175 from the- proprietors of the Mer
chants' restaurant. They ure charged with
demanding and receiving" en the same day
I1.L3 from the proprietor of Delmonlco's
restaurant. It Is charged that on Feb
ruary 6 they forced these men to yield
i ll.MM by threatening to take away their
Shi-riff ONell declares that lie will nut
serve tho five' warrants on Ruef tonight.
a" tne clerical work is so great that he
' cannot get them out In time. He says that
'a still undecided whether he will or-
rest Sc.hmitz when he lands in New York
or wait until be conies to California.
TINNED FOOD TkAflF fiRflW
Meats aad Vegetable la ('
. atM -f - . . .
WASHINGTON. Nov. 13. The increasing,
use of tinned foods at home und abroad Is
made the subje-ct of comment by the bu
reau of statistics of the Department of
Commerce and Labor, bused on the total
exports for the fiscal year laos just ended.
j In that year the United States exported
invcr tl8,CiiO,'HK worth of canned toods, which
j ' nn Z'Z .1' IV th
fr " "f' V " "'"
! trao, w" 1,1 enel ecf: a sixth of the
"1 ho illipp It.-ntk I m ,1i,.1a,1 ,.o,,.,r..l ...ill.
. ' ioo,
iKtk, vcgetableic and caviar.
"' " 1-1 iioiiceaiiie in
the; truplca und in tlie orient, although the
1 tilted Mngilon, Is Mill by far the largest
:ni-ivmri vuMi.r., ono-ien.
. , , . . , . .. .
i -n wvoio w hhoio siu-u ijiiea .
' Porto Rico and Ahirka tog.-tlier bought
, . , , .
: - ""m
1 "" u """
i R4 LWAY WRECK N CHICAGO
. .. . ..
'. ... anurr 'riiKrr a-an a m w mm m m
Into l.raln tar and Eight
Peraona r llari.
t Hit Ai.O. Nov. I.i v Pile- running ill full
t . tnniafllt ri lOC.ll IVl it011 iTa-r t I'M.! II fill
lb Uika Shore (t Michigan Southern rail- '
, roa,i cr.-.shed Into a line of freight cars)
loaded with grain ut EUrlity-seventh street 1
aini right nemons w.-re Injured. non fa- i
The freight cars wcru smash'-d to
! plere-s and twi of th-" cewehea left the trark.
AH of the Injured livo In Chicago. Alleged
l,.Mlrlesnces on the jairt of the railroad
I rmployea In switching the freight cars
to the passenger track when the tmsm-neer
.train was due wa retporslble for the aei-
RAISE FOR LAKE SHORE MEN
1 All F.mplora Gettlofcv I atler giHI a
M . ... .
' Per. Cent.
o, a ia.se of" w.;..-; of all en.p.oves ,.f the
liigc t-nore uiiiei oi nc.e u-.jrii s are now
tJ.'i u month and les is .id to have. Iiee ii
IV.- slit. Let ol a conter.lli-e i.k re lo.lnv hr.
to!we - n Prca'dc-nl N-wman mid Svce.nd Viee'deie.! prundmt of both
1 Presidcr-t Prown lt 1 G. nerul Munag-tr
Hand. Aert.-t int General Manag -r Moon
and other eftiiials o th!
e ily. Ii ia re-
, p. "ftesi that the contemplated wage- avail" is
U"'f,,r,n r1'1''' uf 10 '"v"' fc1
Jei.l salaii. paid.
FEAR OF LAW STOPS UNION
Implement If en Co Hot Ceatolidate, Lett
They Be Treated ti 'Unit.
SUCH IS FINAL ACTION OF MEETING
National Prealdent AcltUe Aaalnat
North and "oath Platte Combl
J W. Neerell of Lyark Kler
teel Chief Eieontlve.
President. J. W. Newell, Lvnch.
Vice president. Ij. P. Hvars. Valley.
Secretary, J. D. Ringer. Sc-utli (.imahn.
I'r'-Hsurer. i. A Wngner, Omaha
Association attorney, P. A. Wells. S-?uth
Keiegate to National Federation. V. P.
!- -.. . A r-t l',lV
Oil l'Ul,.v. " .
tlngion: I. !Sortn.
Esaex. In.: A. P. Karbach. Onmr.a; VII-
ll.-im Krottcr, Ftuart.
Not for a year, nt least, will them b-i a
consolidation of the South Platt and the
Nebraska and Western Iowa associations
of implement dealers. 1 he committee ap
pointed by the convention of the latter to
confer with a committee from the South
Pint,, mnnrll TIimi-.v nmrnlnc that no
ar?cment . bw rea;..hpa. !
Th on th(j conwlMlltton ship
. . . , uniform
was wrecked was the question of uniform
prices, the North Platte men refusing to
adopt the schedule of the others, fearln?
prosecution as a trust. ,
Tho plan for union will uot, be dropped.
A committee, consisting of L?-"P. Byars of
Valley, J. M. Elwell of Spiinsfleld and
J. W. Newell of Lynch, was appointed to
mMf lh, aii.K V-t r .ImL,. at thetr next i
. .. .,
conventiou and cont nue negotiations.
Armkoecht AaalaaC It.
F. P. Armknecht of Donnellson. Ia.. presi
dent of the National Federation of Imple
ment and Vehicle Dealer, advised against
the adoption of a price list. He spoke for
the organization of county associations,
which, he said, would result In a Rood feel
ing among the dealers that would do mope
toward maintaining prices than a uniform
! schedule. He believed it would ' also
strengthen Interest In the state nasocia
lloti. On Mr. Armknecht' auggestlon It was
decided to delegate to the secretary th"?
task of developing a sentiment for county
The committee on constitution and by
laws recommended that these governing
Institutions be made to conform with those-
of the n illonal federation. This comm.-
tee will make the necessary amendments
and submit them lo the board of directors.
' The convention adjourned Thursday noon
to meet In Omaha next year at n date to
bo set by the executive committee. About
dealers wt-re in the city for tho con
vention. " : .
IOWA MONUMENT DEDICATED
Exercise Held Orer taeomplete Me
morial la Natloaal Military
' Park at -Vlckakara;.
VlCKSRURr. MhviTNov IS. The Iowa
statf memorial in tha Vlcksburg National
,,,, , ... , , . ,
Mil taiy park waa dedicated this afternoon
by Oovernor Cummins of Iowa. The ab -
senoe of military pageant waa a notable
feature of the dedication program only
te mfU:l 'companies partlt-lpatipg. One
of thwre was the volunteer Southrons, ono
of the oldest .military organizations of the ' tne most modern water front un the PJ- ;
south, i . ' ciflc coast. Plans ure now being dran
A party of Iowa citizens, a band from ; for a system of docks that will aceopfino
that state, achool children and officials of date threw or four rimes the shipping the'
both Iowa and Mississippi carried out thejtlty now boosts, and there Is snf;cltnt
; exercise. ' v
Those In attendance Include J. W. Noble
of St. Louts, formorly
y secretary of tho
J. B. .Weaver and
Interior, and Oeneral
Governor Vardaman of . Mississippi.
The memorial Is not yet completed, but
Is dedicated at this time along with monu-
ments to Iowa soldiers In other parts of
Governor Cummins at the dedicatory ex-
erelses said, In pert:
This monument Is not reared to eoniniem-
urate an event not reared In the memory
"t a cause-not re-ared as evidence of vie-
0Jl ,, Jvlri,
to commemorate the
the same ground on which it stand as nn
I everlasting tribute to the courage and Iv-
J loism of Iowa soldiers there will st-ind a
mnniini,iil Knilt to An tilfA hAnnr In tho Kir.
rourage and heroism of the soldiers of th
confederate Sitny. In the judgment day of
hlatnrv Orant and 1-e Sherman. Johnston
J Sheridan. Jackson and all the other noblo
I r ' 1 1 , i r. ... n, i.i ' ' ' ' - ' ,, ' ,, , ivin-
mandera and followers who tried to do their
duly na God gave them light to c It.
Tne special train bearing the Iowa party
left tonight for AnalemonvHle. Ga. ; Chatta
nooga and Shlloh. Tenn., at all of which
places Iowa monuments will ho dedicated.
EXPLOSION IN ARIZONA QUARRY
Two American aael Sis Mezleana
Killed by Accident Nine Mllea
F.aat of Donglaa.
DOrahAH. Ariz.. Nov. 15 -Two Ami J
lutio nnd nix Miciranp wre killed hv
i.rmat,.r exnloslon at a limestone c.uariv'8 ' r" latins them properly to the
nine miles enst of Douglas today,
lead Americana air:
cif qti-i-i r
...... c,.i. ii, a ...i
in,,., ... v,i ... r m, . L . .X. 1 1 1 1. . In.
,. .. .... .
oroiner-i n- aw n cneii, was uauiy c rusneu
... ... 1
anq m not e-xpucieu to teeover.
Several boxes of giant powder were beit '
h .k.- k.,-.i...- r . .
rock unon the workmen. The ouarrv ia one
,t wh,,. n, -atone is obtain for tl..
....... ... . . .
- unit- 14 ria 111 iiiim ni v. j ira r or or men mi.
I sent from the smelters to dig out the liodle.
PRANK - COSTS MAN'S
'S I IFF
I In "Hold.
'Poller Want Mea Involved
u" Is New York (
NEW YORK. Nov. I.e. A holdup by six
men in an automobile In Central park early
irit v eoKi c.tie ftt the antomohlliM:. ll",.,
Bi n licit, his life '
The jieihe-e b-Iinve the holdup was In- '
tended merely aa a prank by half a dozen
chauffeurs who vera returning from a
! ball. Brandt' death, however, caused the;n
i to se-aieh for the other occupants of the
i car. The vi-iii.ii! of the holdup we re Milton
Rrilile-e, nis, trie-nn. v . II. t nittl. a, auil 11
!. .nt,,, vl.o was drictnr ihe two ,. ...
; ovn . Ha died aoon after.
t nr e tlrafu r.aatrra llllaoia.
NEW YORK. Nov. U Alfred J. David-
,nl?'. "1X1. 3' Kvlns! !
ile 'I eric lifcule Kuiiro.d coiniMilc at
a met ling of Ihe Isiard of dtreeiors ot i
.o-s in Ihia eitv toiiri 11 I- Klill...-
f : - - L . L .
eic pifeicienl of
Tl,.. . i.. o'
I ma.Je l Mi, Havult... -ra own re.-ueat lh..t
" , " c . " , ".. "". V:
o railrmd t-st. locluiliug new lines
inch it is ceiisirm ting in Te xas an, I
4 tll ui bctb e.onij,.iniea wile i- leri.d" "
, - - -- s.
1 their home. Brandt waa thrown from tha:rrrf - the nero r,o wliti i.eorgei W.lnsms.
NEBRASKA WEATHER FORECAST 1
Rata In Hn.t, ItaAa) or aBnw and
( older la W est I'ortloa Friday I IHcb
!nnhnet to Northwest Winds,
atarriar Saorr and C older.
Temperatare at Omaba Yratcrdav a
. . :w
. . :i
. . ;t J
. . at
. . a; i
. . :n
. . .14
. . 41
1 p. m .
3 p. in,
H p. ni.
p. tic .
.1 p. m .
H p. ai.
7 p. m .
M . m.
! p. m .
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WATTLES AGAIN PRESIDENT
t.raln Girhasir lllrertora Fleet Old
List of Officers Without "InaJc
The old lisi of otlleers was etect-d i.t le !
fltst meeting of the new iHiaid of directors j
of the Om.ilia tlrain exchange Wednesday.
i. W. Wattles Is proelilenl. 8. A. McWhor- j
ter flret vice president, R. E. Bruce i"f
ond vice pn-stdent and A. I.. Reed treas
urer. President Wattles will nnnounce the hew
committees in a few dnys Owing to the
growing sentiment that the active grain
dealers ought to have a greater shave In
the management of the affaire of the ex
change, President Wattles says the mem
bership of the committees will be com
prised largely of the nelive men.
Chief Weighmaster Powell's plan for a
more effective weighing department was
These men were appointed delegates from
I the, exchange to the Transmlsslsalppl ( oin-
! , , " ' ...
, niorctal conKre. wnlrh will mee t in Kan-
t City Noember Jii-j:: Jamea Walsh,
M. C. I'rters. K. A. Benson, E. J. McVnnn,
John L. McCague. A. It. Jaquith. C. F.
Davis. C. Vincent, Charles Harding and
N. A. Duff.
Project to Organise l ife Department j Frnnk R KcIIoBk of 8t. Paul, Minn., sra
on Combined Olel Line nnd c(al nsslstant to Attorney Ooneral Moody,
DENVER. NAY. IS.-The first business
session of tho fortieth m,v,.ta, of . h
National (irenge was held today with dele
gates from twentj--lwo states In attendanc e.
Miles M. Dawson, expert Insurance actu
ary of N-w York, explained to the con- '
VCTlt,(m t- ni pInn of inur.ncc for
member nf the Orange
"I a.tvlse yon." h said, "that an insui-
anre I'eirtment of colossi Importance.
based on oH line foundations and fra
ternal methods Is entirely practicable and
urge you to ndori i-ch a plan for your own
Vationnl Mi.U. lllr.hn..1nr vor.. ihn'ColOnCl D'r.
j opinion that an Insurance department will
! be organized, which, supporie.l by the
l,i(Hfl,Ci memliershlp of the Grange, will be
come one r.f tho most powerful Insurance
companies in thfc world.
DOCKS FOR SAN FRANCISCO
I . . . . .
i Golden Gate Expect Moat Modern
j ' Water Front on the Pa-
;; clc Coast.
' . -
1 e vN' FRANCISCO, Nov. 15: The Exam-.',
llner'says: Pan Francisco is golnjr to hove
capital behind the sche-me of Imprr.-emcnt
tu insure Its sucrere. It embraces not only I
"the waterfront of the city, but the better -
' ment of the entire harbor.
Export enginee rs have lieon employed to
'draw the plans and publlc-splrlti-d mer-
'chants have already pledged flQ.ooo to cover
I the work of the engineers ami draughts-
men. A committee of capitalists und busl-
j nc,a men has been formed to awaken In-
terest lu the Improvements und this or
ganization will exert every effort to secure
state aid in the enterprise.
lUNrtHtNlL Or ItAUnbnS
President t Svea Slate Inlv erallle
and Other College to Meet
CHAKLOTTESVlLLE. Va.. Nov. 15. An
Important educational conference has been
called by President Alderman to meet at stituted proceedings against the Standard
the University of Virginia on November 22 ' Oil company of New Jersey tinder the
to 24. Thooe Invited to participate ure the j Sherman untl-tru.-t act, by tiling lu tho
presidents of seven state universities, tholL'nlted States circuit court at St. Louts 4
presidents of all Virginia colleges, the state ! petition In equity against it and ita sev
superintendenta of education In the state of . nty constituent corporations and partner
North Carolina. South Carolina, Tennessee, j ships and seven Individual defendant, ask
Alabama, Georgia and Virginia, and the I"" that thu combination lie declared un
professors of secondary education In the j lawful and In the future fnjolned from
tame slates, and certain experts in agri- ntering Intc any contract or combination
' J - The conference will be the first attempt
I " n c ',uri 1,1 in,w' '"K"1 1,1 niKru-r
.... . . m . , ...
4 . ... ... . . .
' o nlrl 1 n l-r nnmr in.Nti trm,ni-l,. t .-v si. a
'schools below nud the schools abovi
'STRENGTH OF THE NEW STATE
: 1 1, J 1. Taprllnr, limm v -M i
.......... .......... -' .....n
Tbaa Oklahoiwai on Matter
i.r--.-, .r- ti- I -.- v.... e. ., .
jiirnwir. j. e .. ,w. i.-1 in mat ae-
i CUTai" reliiiiate of the voting strength of
- i ,wo lrrrl,"r,r8 '5 dim l''"rd Hv lnt"
, returna from the recent flection lo Owl...
I hoina ut.d Indian T-rrltory for delegates to 1
Ilhe constitutional convention which is 10
I fram a institution fir the new state cf
T1P esllinato j.liices Ihe vole of JndUn
I ' - -i... ..,. J'""n
'Territory i iui.uw agau.st s,.rt for tlkla-
homa. The census of l!X gave Indian Ter
ritorv a population of 3i?,rt and Ciklnhoni.il
j SHERIFF AFTER A
Ke-nturkv lias Would Arrest Neuro
... .. .
Wanted tor HIlHatt Mr
CI.OVDS LANDING. K'y.. Nov
! Sheriff Bivan of Monroe murty at the
nea'l l u une j . en .,rt niyin ior
' Pel Ridg.. to capture, if poesi!.!.-. J.tsr.
v . .
liurdensl t policemen
and woucceu a miner io inaiiinapolis.
Coe M surrounded by m ;ro I Mends .rmed
' w it h lines, no sweur he tlvi:i n ,t Ih
i t.,ken uliv. .
Uarlhcioake lu New Mexico.
EL PAeSO. Nov. IS A facial t-, t,e
Ilenild 1. 1. in T'Ojimari, N. M. aavs nn
c ai Ul'lllttse nni, k. i is"uiero inill;ul res
eivailoii at o'clis W th:n in i: slug awuke
. PJ "c an.ii sms.h ar.ic '' " ' 1 " ,'' A
luauraaro llrport Ilrlatrd.
CHICAOO, Nov. 11. -The resirt mid p.c
oiiiiiienilaliiin eif the leisure m-e coi-itnisslon.
era. In convention Ion, will not lie ri:e
PHiecl be-fore loniorr-,w .
0jL SJJT jS
Attorney Qcue.nl icedj Ttkee ftffi to
Diuolre Botkefeller Combine.
Case to ee tries in st, lcuis
Bill in tquity Cuarei Violation of
r-hermao Anti-lruit Act.
STATEMENT BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
He Expltim Hit Actiou and Caya Ko
lurther (omment will le .au.
LONG LIST OF DtFENDANT CSRPORATItNS
Oil Company nf New
Jersey and Its Seventy (onatllnen
(ompanlea nnrl Hrve-n litdl-'
ST. LOUIS. Nov." 15. The United Stat' a
government today mnile the Initial moc
to dissolve the Standard Oil tso-c.iled
monopoly by niitinr In the, I'nltcd rHatnn
district court In St. Louis a petition lu
eoulty against the Standard Oil Company
of Now Je rsi nnd its seventy constituent
puiporntlons nnd partnerships, nnd seviM
defendants, hieUiding John D. Rockefell, r
i and William Rocket tiler, asking that tho
! combination be declared unlawful and In
the futi re enjoined from entering Into
j any contract or combination In icstralnt of
j trade. The stilt Is brought under the Slier
'man anti-trust act, which hn Standard
j and Its constituent companies and tne-
reven Individual defendants are charge I
with violating. In n formal statement by
Attorney General Moody he says thut'
criminal prosecution Is reserved for fututu
brought the petition to St. Louis.
The document whs filed with the clerk
I of ,h l ni,c f"B,M c,rPU,t w,1urt
I government s local representative. I nttcl
States District Attorney D. P. Dyer, and
Special Counsel Kellogg.
When court convened at 10 o'clock At
torneys Kellogg and Dyer held a closed
conference for hnlf an hour, at the on I
1 nl wni- n einie oiitriia v muiibci RruH oi-
! f"rm,(, attorney General Moody by lonB
distance telephone that the petition wan
about to be filed, and was instructed -to
proceed. Attorneys Kellogg and Dyer tlies
went Into the cloi k's otlice, wheru the pi -Clt
Ion was formally sworn tu and fllud by
! Immediate Servleo Orderl.
i After the filing of the petition Judges W.
H. Sanborn and Elmer B. Adams of thi;
United States circuit court of appeals upoa
petition Issued an order granting the fed
eral officers authority to Immediately serve
notice of the suit upon those defendants
w-ho Hre not residenia of the Judicial dis
trict In which tho nult ha been filed.
Tho government's petition in the suit Is'
signed by William H. Moody, United Stat -a
attorney general; Milton B. Purdj'. ayeist
Jant to thu nUorney general; Frank B. Kel-
log. Cl.artcs B. Morrison and C. A. te v-i-
ance, special asslHtAtits t- the attorney geu.
rral, Thei petition contains 1W pages of
printed mutter,; or about 100,00) wordi, and
nn additional eighty-four paKpa of exhibits,
consisting of bylaws and minutes of Stand
ard Oil meetings and organizations, and a
map showing the retull prices of oil tin
! every state end territory of the union.
j Tho Investigation Into methods pursued
by the Standard Oil company began early
In 196 ond the results were laid before cou-
I gress last May by President Roosevelt, who
j accompanied the re port by a special me-
j gage denouncing the apparent methods pur-
! sued. The preside nt asserted at the time)
that suits would be Instituted In tha L'nUed
States ourts to abolish the combination.
and the tiling of the suit today murks thl
"Th.. H..f,-rwlim! lire, entitled t4l Olio irkllll
In which to enter their appearance- auuN
sixty days In which to file answerto tha
i allegations in the petitions. They also have
the option of filing a demurrer to the bill.
ectatemrut by Attorney General.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. Attorney Geti-
eral Moody today, acting through the rejl-
dent United States Uisirlct attorney.
in restraint of trade, etc.
Thc following statement was prtpar d
tm,i mae,. miriiio nv Airom.-v n.ni.r.
, Tt. Ttirta l"il lit' nl,cll..n li1 Mw. n.ai-
I n eu" inr-i. h.t uii e.i-i"ii . i"i-a.(-
di'iit. Mopprw. Krllot; and Morrlpou w rt
! ipolnted by mc hp-cial aslstut atiorne-y
general to act witn trie assistant to At-
! grti.m of'7heareia"
omnany of New Jersey, t-i th. jiisinnia
L of relinine'. trmisoortiiiu. rtlsri tliiiLliid- atnl
I of rc
- - ' -. -
I selling oil throughout Hit) United btaies: to
as.-ert'iin all tlie tacts and report whe'lier
lor not ii their opinion there has been a
' llio SiainPtiil Oil cnmiiany "f New Jersey,
OT tllM Prtnons f Of 1 IO I.i t iollS UHoflat.il
;....i.. .. - -v. .... .
, ,,mpl. led that duty and Ihe rei-.rt of their
; " uTcm
, ' ",llr,, pr.l-lent and bis cabinet.
Sffle of e.u.l.laat ion.
I 1 he infot inniion o vstia u to the di-purt-
' poratlon. tlie 'limited partner, hlos under
the control. In tin- iiianoer hmeinaft r
l?!""'1', "r tl"" s,,'l'Jur,J '" fonipmiy of
PK Jersey, produce. iransiort and s. ,1
lir-lll I'iiur rinirt liui I lie- NUIHIUB Cl "
: about !f nrr cent of th- rellne.l oil .,r..d,.-t
- : iranpn"te,l and eild In the United State
""' l"ll,'','lf' use and atiout tn.i saute pro-
portion of rehned oil exported front the
it tilled States: that this share of the busl-
urea has been piocurej l.y a mnrsn of
CI IPITIVC I "ctlon which, be-glmilng in l'Tii, ,aa con
lUUI I I VC tlnue.1 unilir tne liln-iloii of the aum.
i persons, in the miiln, dovi.ii to thu p.i-sect
I time; tli-t th're per.iii now auditing are
I John D liiM kctelb i , ve'uliam ttoc kefell.-r.
H.-nrv II. Kog-rs. Henry M. Fl .gl.r J. hi,
i D. Aehibild, Oliver H. Par. and Charles
! M. Pratt: that tlie de!'!.. HA r-rsons
, huviuK eontiol of the enterprise hs bwn
j in ruppr-ss compe titlon In Him prou.."llon.
to obtain, as lot aa possil l... a monoiVo'lv
iiiweu. '"i i""'" on I -r,. (ni; q, .
si.o wa. . IT" cle. I hroiigh agreement maoo
en l ti niaiiv L- rt-i.ns ann e. ,i ooi 1 1,
, e i ( n ilia ii i p rt-ins a no e. ii lmii a i ions c n-
nan-el In this biiainoes. thai In Iks.' ti... ie-
suit altned :it was made more ce-riain ty
: esting in nine trustfe nncliMIng lie i f
the ilsiv" raiiieel ie rsim!. suttl.i. nt slock
in th - thli tv-nne c orp n a i ions concei nesi
to eo:1i" the- truateee to control their
oi-i-.itiens in iucii a uay that riciipftiiioii
.ileu them V-JS 'JlH-r. ni.,.,1 ; i, I,,),
p'aii v.as iic-te.l iipon until It wis ilerlar,i
ilolwtll) liV 111 Klirir.-m - eonlt ,.f ol. -
1,1 i,n uc.n ufiinM tne Standard I'lil miii.
pnn of Ohio, one of rail cot norutiona In
I r-xl.la ll.iu n 1'rrlrnM-.
That dining the :ven vcurs fol'i wing
the kiini" liidivMiisl ilPi-'nd.iini.. ris u tn.i.
ioritv of tiie li-iuii'...ilnx triiniees, were
ineieinj'ng lo liiiiiiliiio i in- ii-ii.it, but as a
matter -l fact wciv iiniiiamhH all of thc
c"ii poral Ions in Die Manic nay and ex--i-i-,.IOf
lie- s:nio. conlr.,1 r,er thew: fiott
il,. individual defendant. In UW, lnereatvj
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