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VOL. XXXIX N(.
OMAHA, WEDNESDAY MORX1XG, A1T.IL irs 1910-TAVELYE rAGES.
singu; oory two cents.
WILL EXTRADITE i Calls Crabtree
IS PRICE FIXER
Testimony to This Effect i Given
Before Committee InTestir-atjxj:
Cost of Liriz.?.
MEJUiER LAW IP
FOR HOT DERATE
Ejulroad Ecliicj Etatate Cnticiied
by La Toilette and Defended
ACCUSED BANKER, to Return Text
i t rr, . r Book Fund Cash
Official Leaves Pittsburg for Eew
Tcrk to Arrest Trunk 3.' ' .
Hoffrtot Indicted. f SonEl1 , E.0,ird
Eecornmendations Offered 07
TOL SU2 AID IXOM G0TEE5CE
AXSO ELA1CED FCB HIGH PEICXS
WIDE EA5GE CF ACCTSATIOJ
"Varies E. Etgiiei Will Be Urptd to
ifn the Papen.
CRAFT TP I AT, KAY BE POSTPONED
Absence cf District Attorney Kakcs
A50TEEE ELOV TO THE DEI '
JiIt Rrfikn te strike Dew a Ar
of Talrtairi Brnwr ef ( liirtn
Against tb Jwry
TTBIT.CJ. April 12. All further prnh- il
! r of eouncllmarite lrmry aiirl praft nnt
temporarily ufp"rid-d lv the ad.iourr.mrrn '
of the npei:bl kia.o jury today uir.l nrM .
Monday, lu the iii.titiMme It 1 xpectfa.
that Frrk N. ilnffut. president of tht
I'rexncd PTfei Car rompnny Jind of the
to pond National hank, now undr lndirt-
inrnt in rouneption with ttrihlng pomirll- ,
men, be broi.cht from New Tork t
ior iuun biur.iKr wrnU ;uu a ei;.piiu'r.i oi turee uitntis i o-
Eatraflitlun iapetK wet made out tortaT I line, two of wi i-h tne Ma'e old riot re
al' toniffht the aaaiatart diHlr.rt a:;orney I c.iv,; Mr. Ludi3-n i ecommendf fl that
R. Ftuart i exf-tled to npn them to
morrow. Tte papora w ill th n he carried I
to Governor Charlea E. li itches a; Albany.
when. St la expected they will arrive Thury- i
l:trlrt Attorney F.lBkesler will leave to-.
morrow for Aibajiy. where be will appear ;u. discharged on that day. Mr. Crabtree
bofo" Governor Huch pe-nonally to urc !,u alao criticised for not keeping trlpll
t he prantlnt of the extradition of Hoffntou j cate receipt aa ordered by the board.
Vpon tiovrrnor Hupl.e aipnins thn paper. ' He wa criticised also for employing
Hoffstot, contrary to the umial proc-dure, ! teachers when Instructed not to do o by
w ill not be placed in the custody of an I the board.
tifftrer. but w i!l be ecpected to appear i The board took up the report and re.com-
befors the Ahethemj ceunty cou?ts. w bei e ,
b: preroe 1 dernandert. This concession :
w as made ecause of the standing or bis j
counsel In tbe community, former City j
Solicitor K. E. RodperR. w ho promised to
jiroduo his client when the extradition
Maw fsl Trials.
Ier use of the absence of the district a.t-
tomej". It is Ixlievefl the trials jf se-en
men, scheduled for tomorrow-
will be put
over until Tiert week.
Refusing is strike down the. entire array
cf taJesmen serving on tbe graft grand
Jars, awcause Harrisan Nestbit, the former
national bank examiner, was alleged to 1
livlmjfTient to serve, as be is sot a quali
fied cleotor under the act of l'-i. Judge
T , ,Z IT , ,77
nothrr blow at the aulaarlu tt the d-
ftil. " '
The tiuestion was raisej by Attorney W.
3. Brennan, counsel for several of the in
dicted couucilmen. Judge Fraser took tbe
ground that the provisions of the act of
1:7 are on!y filrectory and that If, through
n oversight, a man who was not com
pel art was chosen to act, and did Act, his
Acts were valid.
"To bold otherwise, especially after In
flict ments have been found by a grand
Jury, would be to open the door to endless
confusion and cause unnecessary delay in
the administration of Justice," the Judge
Emll Winter, provident of the Working
man's Ravings and Trust company, w bo
p, eaded nolle eontendre to the charge of
bribing Morris Einstein, a former sulect
luwllman. was ape In before the grand
Jury today. Former Director of Public
Works A. V. Shepherd. W. A. Chamberlain,
auditor of the Pres-ed Ft eel Car company;
C'axhier George J. Schmidt of the German 1
National bank of Allegheny. Arthur E. j
Pi-nun. -ennflileiulal agent of the Farmers I
Iopolt National bank, and Will Am Fin- J
ney. auditor of the same bank, were among
ethers questioned by the grand jury.
CAPTAIN HOWARD POTTER
TO WED MRS. GRACE DEPEW
Stti n iakes Met striae
Tear ef gsrttserlasiel
Three Years As.
COLORADO WRINGS. April 12. -The
wedding nf Mrs. Grace liepew and Howard .
AsQhtoD Potter. bo;h of Colorado prlng.
r I formerly of New Tork. will take place,
at Mrs. IJepew'B heme In Broadmoor, a
suburb oT this elty, tomorrow evening at
I clock, according to the statement or
frlenda. Clarence C Hamlin of this city
and Jay B. Llpplncott t.r New Tork will
tb only wiineases. Immediately after
th ceremony Mr. fend Mr Potter will
leave for the east, lster touring Etirop.
Captain Potter is a nephew if the late
Bishop Potter of New York And his first
wife was Mis Mary l:iuise MrNutt.
tsinrhirr of Ir. and Mrs. W. F. -MrNuit,
sromlner.t socially In Sun Francisco.
Mr. IVpew is a dcfg-'er of tie late
Robert Goodyear, a manufacturer and rail-
road Titgnate of BuffcJj. and ber f irtt
f.urhar.,1 was Q. Anson Itepcw, a nephew
of rienator Chairnoev M. le;ew. Ciptain
Poller and Mr lepew firat met about
three years ago during a tour of Pw itzer-
ELEACHED FLOUR CASES
ARE CALLED AT KEOKUK
J4tr MrPhereaa Will lasae RrMrals.
lag Order rre-er tlaa: Farther fcela
are frssla llrarla.
1E MOINES. April 12 When tb
bleacl ed flour rase ert called in federal
court at KetAuk today. Judge mith Mc
pherson nai.d tliut le would issu addl
T onal restia.i It.g orders preventing any
further seiau-rs of flour pending the trial
Cif the ca brought by th Shawnee Mill
'.iig oon:inv tu rU'p the aeuture l y T'clted
States lltrlct Attorney M. L. Temple,
i-ilot.ei Ten-pl tia filed a demurrer alleg
lrig itiat tti Kansas concern lias tio cause
uf art 'on Thl demurrer was not taken
ii this forenoon 1UM the absence of
AtUirnej E. p. tim.tii fur the plainnrf. but
t t' come up late l.xiay
Trass war atria, la Mareelile.
M.4l;.ni.LES. Aw il li-Thr m. n.bers f
li iiuiusay and store leras uciiiw struct
fflay :n .vniiatliy wrth the naval rewerv.
itj. Th sir.ke til tffeou ,u t,mm,
ys aie In-n.g tprraed ttioav arid ti
WIUjim of n.aiii tuMsiiu Imuae and
laciories ciul Geidar-iTiea tr-e m i.ti-
nti e ftri street and the crrLaon -.m
leu cor.Aiai.d to i. Parrw.-a la lrvz.a'--
Ibr Li.s ;iiieaiuA ul auy disoruoc
Ptaff Correspondent ) 1
Nrb.. Apm 12 (P(-riiJ Trie- '
C-um t Tbtr Stat Norma.! butid today
uJonied a recommendation by Secretary
Luddcn. calling on Principal J. W. Crab- '
tree of tbe Peru Normal ta pay back lo(j(j JCXEKET UP TQ1 DISCTSSI035
me text hook fund the sum of MCI
w hi-h amount Orah;.ree had paid out at1!
i.- . c: rrt on a io..u Kt-ruid to pay the tacb- .Without Storiure Prie Would Fluctu-
i'r. ng the l.t-gbtlon out the ncr-
n: rchool law tnected by the late Itgis-
, The hoard also aJ'ipied a resolution that
mIut 11 will no: countenance "traf
l ins" In gasolir.e i,t the- Peru Normal.
recommendation and others were
by Luther I'. Luddfi. in a lengthy
of the principals!. 1p of Mr. Crab-
V. winch he alit-'ed ihut Mr. C:ab
"CV no minority to pay the interest
" 41 n; that he hud wtihout author-
.-oted private dorniltoT and
r: . i.oe with the nif main bploneins
to the taate kJid had u-d the water for a
iriui of four ; h-i, having paid the mate i
aurn.g that tr.iie I!", thut ht had ptr
niitted other to co:.nert up with the wattr
j niaina of tiie atho:'. that he had billed .l))a rurhf. i, an Important and rontroU
U.. nate for fisu i:ie that was -atd for ; f . tmwjurln btch prirea.
by T. J.
Majors. aft,r the board had re-
e bi.l; that he had pa.d frtipht ,
i the principal reimburne
state some S21 j
I on triin acrntir.i.
lie reeomir.cntled aio that Mr. Crabtree
'be instructed vu l.port to tbe Normal
bctrii the lit of craduBt.es in 1909, to-
aether w ith jt oiumeiidatlona r'Cardlnfi
'diplomas and certif ic.t tea by April 20. or
mendationa in detail and after adopting
the two mentioned postponed tbe further'
of the report until Mr.
had an opportunity to pre-
pare himself to answ er. Mr. Ludden said
: he made the report in answer to tbe de-
mend that some reason be given for the
, request for the resignation of Mr. Crab
f 7 Ur..nri Save
the Jefferson Day
L-etter is Genuine
to Committee ia Charg of
Democratic Dinner .t 'WaEh.ing-
ton Causes Purore,
l.TNCOEN. Neb., April ir.-C W. Bryan
today declaved that the letter mailed to
Cotter T. Errcie of the general committee
cf the Jefferson day dinner at Washing
ton was genuine. C. W. Brvan mailed the
oricinai from this city and kept a carbon
copy. The lettera were sent to Lincoln by
W. 3. Bryan.
WASHINGTON, April 11 Ioufct as to
the authenticity of a letter received as
from William J. Bryan, and received by
the genera committee of the Jefferson day
dinner to be given here next Wednesday
night, caused excitement at a meeting of
the banquet committee tonight and resulted
in a special committee to investigate Its
origin ard confer upon Its sentiments be
fore it is read at the banquet, which m to
be aflcireKsed by -Mayor Gaynor of New
Tork. Governor Harmon of Ohio ana other
Tbe letter was postmarked "Lincoln,
Neb.." and was addressed to Cotter T.
Bride of the general emnmlttee of the
Jefferson day dinner. It contained views
on the money question, the tariff, tbe high
cost of living and other Issues at variance
with accepted democratic doctrine, and
when read at the committee meeting
caused a furore. It was not made public.
Several member of tbe committee said
t they did not believe Mr. Bryan knew any
! thlr.g abnut the matter, a be is not in this
country and will be unable to attend tbe
Mr. Bride believed tbe letter genuine. He
said that Mr. Bryan sent the letter from
the West Indies through his brother,
Charies Bryan, and that thui was the
Lincoln postmark aocounted for.
IOWA MAN KILLED IN CHICAGO
l v. BabeaelL. a Stark Fkiaaer at
WMrrlri Walk la Fratt f
Meter la Baia.
CHICAGO. Arril 12. A man who In the
rsln last night walked in front or a motor
truck and was killed was identified today
a L. V. Bsbnock. a wealthy stock shipper
! Waverly, la
Now there is war among the sewer ban- '
quet advocates. President FTynn of tte
rahlman Demorrttcy denies that Assistant
Gas CommuHioner Butler spoke with au
thority when be said the mayors n club
would bold its annual feast in tbe Fort
street st wer.
"When we give a banquet It will be a
real one." aaid Flyiio, "and it will be
above ground, amid uplifting aurrouad-inc-
"As yet, we have not appointed our
committee on arrangement, as Colonel
Fai.nir.fi was away H La undoubtedly
gathered sum xperier while traveling
lu Euroj which will 1 valuable in aug-
I gesiing features fur the Iwalman banquet
which will make it distinctive.
Colonel Fanning insists thai if some par
ticular piece of public work is to be hon
ored ty holding a bancjuet therein or
tiiereiai. b ha iu miud several special
planes oa which !. spent mucn skill and
care, "aome of tlie pavementa of this
u.vc ar fit as 1 f:od's tor a banuuet or
even a dan'.' air.id Colonel Faiiniiig, "but
1 beiirt In getting under th brigtit lights
fur a jooua occaauta aud wuu Ju BuUc
Tcrne Sr-stem Berrarded ai Equalizer
and Also Cost Booster.
te from Eifht Cents to Dollar.
BUTTER SITUATION BE VIEWED
Ef g. VIlaeM, a4 "
tar Freak for Tkr
Tear. - -
WASHINGTON'. April 12 FortnaJ tertt-
, . . . . . . i
mon vu pivn toaar P'lore me i
1 committee invertta-atlne the tAgh cost of
itvtr.- that cold toraa- 1 tbe a-reat equal-
. v.Mtnc-B v v, r.. m f th aame lime.
i-fnrmal declaratton was roade that
Pierr. P Gavin. proacutir f HudKon
v. .i.r.-. who ot.ferrefl at the
capital with Representative Klckald of New
Jersey and fnator Lodge in regard to.,
n.itin iptciBi inn to nwiilitc cold morace.
,,.ke4 tnf. cold storage system end !
praised the work of the invastigating com
mittee. John A. Kur.kel of New jjork said that
if it were not for tbe cold atoraga method
of keeping f(:gs they would sell a low aa
I and cents o oaen during certain aea
sons and as high as 76 cents and 11 In other
Mtason of tbe Fear.
He told tbe committee many interesting
things about ggs. He aatd New Tork
people demanded an egg with a white
shell, while Boston used the lyellow egg
eneji He said ibat the latter was better
H ,h mhtt cct Khe..l wc in that tt
rill keep longer.
"Tbe egg," be added, "was a foot bail
from the time It leaves the hen until Jt
reaches the table.
Batter Kees Uaiti.
John J. Walton of New Tork in oppos
ing the biil to prohibit th keeping of food
stuffs in cold storage for a longer period
that one year, said that limitation would
'be all rlgnt'fur gga, because they bad to
be thrown away, anyhpw. after tbey were
nine soontlia old. Ttiat -was not true of.
butter, said the wltneaa.
He mentioned an Instance of butter which
had come from the farm cf Oliver P.
Morton -of New Tork. that sad bean kept
in cold storage fur lore yeara without
depreciation In -quality. Mr. WaHer aaid
th Elgin board wraa not reoagaiaew In New
Tork and thai the so-called butter
trust was a myth.
Tb makers of oleomargarine were
charged by Mr.' Walton with being partly
responsible for the high prices. He de
clared they bought butter to color their
product and that their purpose was to keep
butter higher to make a better market for
hteir cheaper product. . Tbe witness said
prospect for icwer prices in tbe pear future
A revolt by New Tork last February
agsinst the 4C-cent butter was given as a
reason for the sadden drop of I cents in
one day. Mr. Walton aaid the eople work
up and quit ualng batter and that the sale
fell off JO per cent.
ACTRESS WHO SAW LINCOLN
SHOT GOES BACK TO SCENE
Miaa Jeasle Cwarlay, , Kaw Cray
Healel Visits Fern's Theater,
Where Trace y OeearreA.
WASHINGTON. April 12. Having stood
as a young actress on the stage only a few
feet from the spot where Lincoln was as
sassinated in Ford's theater on tbe night
of April 11 1M, Miss Jennie Gourley, now
a gray -haired woman, haa returned to
Washington for the first time alnc that
eventful night and visited th spot wher
forty-five years ago, almost to a day, was
enacted the tragedy. On the night of L'.n
coln'a death Mia Gourley played tb part
of Mary Trench ard In tb drama "Our
MEAT STILL UNDER BAN
Weaars frereai Reesealai ef Keeker
Khapa la Eaat Sid ef
NEW TORK. April 12 tetwnnnd
women marcbed through the aaet aids and
other sections of tb city, wher th
kosher meat strike Is on, today to 'prevent
the opening of the retail butcher snope
w hich closed yesterday as a protest against
the high meat trlcea. More than 10D.M0
families. It la figured, have put a ban on
Project is W
picks a sewer far the situs of our annual i
affair, be is simply 'gassing
Councilman La via an takes a good deal
of pride in tbe big aewer bow about com-
pitted la bis ward, denies that there will
be any suit of political slgnlflcano at
tached to tba banquet. If tt ahouid be
git en. "1 feel like treating the council
myself," aaid th Twelfth ward councilman.
"If I could afford It- That's a great aewer,
aud Its completion should bav aom rec
ognition, I think now t il give a rolling
skating party te tb Twelfth ward klda.
Just to etare tbe rata to death.
Judge C K. Field an! other members of
tbe old Squarw XH-al club assert th or
gar isattoa went out of existence lung ago,
and abort er gave out tbe a lory tt was 1
bold a aewer banquet bad hie wire
twisted. "Nothing at all In the report.
said Judge FiridiL
Assistant slree Cummtaaioner I via.
credited a lib promoting the mystcrtoua af
fair, denies aay uefttrie knowledge. "1
have juat beard aom fussy talk about
such an affair. be said, "but I am toe
busy keeping track of th business of this
office t uadertake t sot up a aitcbea la
a boa la lb ground "
a.?- -:':.lxv.; Sr'
a,aw' " zTm J titov:'rtfi$& ly ?& I: Y'hiirfi ''
' A' ' 7- .
Frem the Cieeeland Leader.-
PKCBOr AT mm Tim
Forester Eai Further Conference with
WILL yiHTF, COXSEBVATI0U TALK
AsMuenseit that Clael
welt Will Ad drew Xatleal
at Dat ta Be
PORTO MATTUZIO. Italy. April 12 Gif
ford Pinchot, former chief forester, of the
United States Irpartranl of Agriculture.
was again at tbe villa of Miss Carow be
fore o'clock this morning, li was thought
he was there for a final talk with Mr.
Despite the reticence of both men It Is ac
cepted that Mr. F.oosenJt Js now in pos
eeaaion of Pincfcot s complete case Against
Secretary Ballinger's ooneervatlan policy
and of what bad been described here as
"aa alleged reactionary tendency" in for
estry matters of the administration of
Tbe most significant development was
tb announcement made at tbe conclusion
erf Pinobot's visit today that Mr. Roosevelt
had accepted an inivtatlon from tbe former
1 cglef forester to address tb National Con
aervatiun congress late in the coming sum
mer at a time and place yet to be. fixed.
Former Mayer Pbeiaa of Ban Francisco
arrived here at noon after an automobile
rid from Monte Carlo and drove at onoe
to the Carow rilla for a call on Mr. Roose
The weather continued beautiful today
and Mr. Roosevelt planned anot her excur
sion Into tb mountains far this afternoon.
KANSAS CITT. April 12 The National
Conservation congress, which Theodore
Roosevelt baa agreed to address during bis
trip through tb west nert summer, will be
held in Kansas City, Mo., at a data to be
set later. Tb Commercial dub called a
special meeting her this afternoon to ac
cept the offer of tb eicuUv eommittee
ef tb congress to bold the gathering in
Will Visit Sir Elwurl Cray.
LONDON. April It What 1 Mr. Roose
velt probably will be ene of the most in
teresting features of hi tour of . England
Is the planned visit to tb Northumberland
bom of Sir Edward Grey. Tb foreign
secretary, who, wall retaining bis grasp
upon tb world of polities, baa gained some
fame as a sportsman, baa invited tbe
former president to spend a tew day wiUi
him. Sir Edward has don lit t Is entertain
ing since the death at bis wife, and the
! party gathered to meet Mr. Roosevelt will
! be small. Other well known sportsmen
I M antlci,,sling meeting tbe American,
You have done
your best when you
use a Bee want ad.
Bee want ad . are treasures.
Tbey bring buyer ana seller fat
They floe borne for peopla.
petitions for people.
fervent for people.
Tbey find wLal la lost.
Give value to t bines grow old
fathloced, an 3 rigor to whatever Is
If you can't come down to
the of fine, call Douglas 238,
and a cLeerful t t&ff will write
your ed atid take care cf it
Publk: 4My! "but sbe's calling early."
New York .Central
W 7 1 rre T. i r. 1 1 1 tn
mm a av Jv w a va
E. E. Clark and P. H. Korrisey Are
Two Member of Board and They
Will Select Third.
NEW TOF.K. April 12. The wage dispute
between the trainmen and conductors of
the New Tork Central railroad and the
officials of the company is to be settled
by arbitration. All points of differences
wi'l be arbitrated by E. E. Clark, member
of the Interstate Commerce eommiMiion,
and P. JT. Morrissty, president of the Rail
way Employers' and Investors' association
They w ill appoint a tbird " arbitrator if
A statement of this decision was given
out following a conference between the
mv:ri'i co rrrr.il te headed by Messrs. A. B.
Garretson and William G. Lee. the bead,
respectively, of the conductors and train
men's organizations, and New Tork Cen
tral officials. President W. C. Erown was
present and took an active part in tbe
cor.ferenre. The agreement to arbitrate af
fects about t.800 employes of the New Tork
Central system on lines east of Buffalo.
Felt in Kansas
T70 Distinct Quaket Are BeCOrded ky
Instruments at ' State Uni-
Teraity Jtonday ITight
LAWRENCE, Kan., April li-Two dis
tinct earth shocks were recorded last night
by the seismograph of the Kansas univer
sity. The first began at C .5 p. m. and reached
its full fore at 7. The second shock
began at :02 p. m and lasted five minute.
Tb source of the disturbance was be.
twean l.SW and 1,K) miles southeast.
How Big is Omaha?
$25 for those vho hit the mark
102,555 in 1900.
JlSfS; Ed PpUlett, 2766 Fort
141.1'sl. C. W. Kaitner. f:il tthlo
14k.4i..F. W. Perkine, 2irM Marideraun
lSk.:'s4 J. O. burger. P. o.
llt.Hl V J. Taggart. Loyal
141.21.41 Mra. F. J Taggart. Lovai
140.SOK Nellie B Wood, ii.ll K. kid
7i i 1 .2 e- f (Mielia English. 2i.ul. N iilli
344 l Madeietri e.. C'ohn. 1S02 Park
34 20. Howard W. Bui kman. S2 IS Steward
344. ;) John Kiiarn. 3tl Mann
141.20 E. V. Arnold, fc. tt.
200. (Mil. .Mrs E, H. Manley, 201 Hamilton
31h.HU ...Henry C. float. 8. O.
Fill In. cut out and mall to The Bee Cenjuj Dept April IS
- - i my guess of the number of inhabi
tants in Omaha according to 1910 census.
ICQ lor fceat esUntU. SI fr ; jf ihtt ait: kit
la case of tla first aaswsr Las prelercara. Award oa official count
POWELL HAS L10C0R PLAX
! desire to huid aloft the merger a a bad
ICember of Lincoln's Excise Board ; cxamjle the evident purpose was to con
FlTOrs WholesalinS ' trast the Tan administration w Ufa the
I Roosevelt adminietration to the dissadvant-
age of the former. The criticism of At-
WOULD SELL TT
Will Presioee Plaa Lieease Twa I
Establlshaaeats ef This Cksrsetar
May f.et Kb s pert
(From a Ptaff Correspondent.)
LINCC'LN, April 12. (eiet:laL Now that tiraiiy dosed his exjiesition of the New
a ma.lortty of the voters of the city hsve I England merger and w as devoting himself
declared against saloons, the next move is to condemnation of the pending bill, when,
to be taken by the excise board and much j rising to his tiptoes, he exclaimed:
Interest attaches to the probable action of "Mr. President, is tht the 'wise legisla
tes body. Itlon embodying no sudden Impulse, but mi.
Tbe board has already repealed rule 12 j tured views expressed In party council.
and without that rule some method will which the attorney general in his recent
have to b provided to prevent the city
lieing turned over to bootleggen and at
the same time carry out the Implied prom
ises of the board that it would be made
possible for temperate people to get their
nip wrlthout too much red tape.
To bring this condition about Exciseman
U. G. Powell will propose to the board
that at least three wholesale liquor dealers
be granted licenses st a probable cost of
S2.auU each, and one retailer given a license
at a probable cost of Sl.OUO. The propoa.
titrn Mr. Powell will urge upon the other
two members of the board will provide
that tli three wholesale house be per -
mlttf d to sell their roods in case lots to
I tb residents of Lincoln, delivering it at
rair mmim j im revaoer wu oe per- i w ere noi compering imes ana j.e asserted
mltted to sell upon the presentation of j that the necessity for the consolidation
prescriptions only and in none of the places j leen found In the poor financial con
will tt be legal to drink. i ditlon of the iatter rood, w hich was such
Ka l.leaor la Claha.
When be off re hi suggestion to the
board Mr. Ptresll will also insist that the
sale of llqvor in the clubs must cease.
Contrary t th pre-election statement of
Myor Love tnet tbe city is enjoined fiom
raiding th clubs, only one club has an
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How many in 1910?
of the Guess-:
, 30. f?o. ., .
: 3 th !(. . . .
1 . . F
34 3 26
1 T2 1:2
1 S7 &... .
..Anna Nelson. 1416 Id. C. B
. .Rum Anderaon. 417 N. 2ttn
Leonard Nelson. 4244 Burdette
C. L. Eaton, 2it.l eH. alary
....Louise lrexel, "to 2 0th
W. C Bouk. 2611 N lull
Ben Wilier, Dot N. :'3d
Mra. H C. Miller. 1314 e f.d
X. Peterson. 2 11 Loran C H
li E Ciane. 1 ok Park ;
..Mrs. N Fenger, 2st4 Grant j
Howard Sullivan, S14 S liin.
...kiurrsy Haywood. Bt. Pauli
..J. R. lerr berry. No. Platte
i Wisconsin Senator EeTiews Boston
! and Kaine Combine.
!BAY STATE KIK EE CITE EI5T0EY
Effort Kade to Ekow that Boads Were
Kot Cornpetinit Lines.
GCVEE50B DEATEE IS BETEXBED
pealrr Ierlarea tke SI ansae wartti
Cierallir Was rur lir(aied
H Air Hailwai
Otfirirl. WASHINGTON". Ap'il II 1m tootnal to
the consideration of the administration
'railroad bill, the mercer of the Boston &
Maine rwilroad w ith the New York. New
j Haven Ar Hanfoid railroad, through th
railroad holding law enacted by the VHSa
jctuisetl legislature in 1KW. wa oixcuaeed
'at lencih today in the senate,
j The principal speech, atlucKlng tbe con
solidation in unstinted lar ruage. was made
j by Senator Lsfollette and consumed the
larger part of the day's session. Brief re
sponses by rv.mntor Lodge nnd Ralllnger
wire mode ft the clone of the Wisconsin
sens tor's speech. The New England pena-
(tor's defended tbr merger and upheld th
! law under which It w as made.
I Mr. Lurollette presented this transaction
in great detail, for the pti"poe, 'he said
of illustrating tbe possible effect of the
I enactment Into lew of the mercer pro
visions of the pending railroad M!l. He
traced ihe rotsolidatlon from the begin
ning, but guve especrM attention to the
Massachusetts leginlmion under wtiich the
combination was macle effective.
Prewldeat Mellea'a Part.
It was practically churged by the sjiealier
, ihat this enactment bad been consummated
as the result of the dictation of President
iMellen of the New Haven road, who. he
intimated, represented U.a Morgan-Rockefeller
He Quoted frqra a member of the Massa
chusetts legislature a statement te the
effect that Governor lrraper had responded
to an ultimatum from the New Haven in
terests. He undertook to show that th
federal mri-rer suit, which had b-em In
stituted during the Roosevelt administra
tion, had been diamiused at the dictation
of Mr. Wickernham. under tbe Toft iid
mintstration, for the inadequate reasnnthat
the Massachusetts legisisture had pai-ped
the holding hill under which the oousoliQa-
ition was effected.
Tbe arguroett ocveted a wrd ranjr tl ac
euseflona, but aside from th speaker's
' torney General Wickersham was especiuiiy
irtrong and polr.ti d. The resjionse by Messrs.
' r.,!!. a... A nlllr.vu x. . 4,r nn. 1.
in his defense.
Tbe New Eng'.and senators
: defended the tharacrter of the attorney
! general, both as a lawyer and a a man.
I -a Kwllette'e share 1 or da.
It was t-jward the close of his speech
that Mr. La Follette mode hi harjest ref-
erenee to Mr. Wicker! liliti. He iia,1 nrac-
speech at Chicago sctd is preroed for en
actment T Is it for legislation such as this
that the attorney general commands ail
who would not be read out of the repub
lican party to get In line?"
The session wa well nigh spent when the
Wisconsin senator concluded hi set sp.vch.
Lodge spoke in reply. Iieclaring he
could not afford lo allow what Mr. La
Follette had said to pas without a word
regarding the attitude of the people of
Ma'at huHetts. he entered upon a statement
of facts intended te show thst Mr. La
Fo'.lr tte's online of the siuation had not
1 been accurte.
I In the firrt iilare he declare lho New
Haven road and the Boston A Maine road
as to render it Impossible for it to make
leige Tells Hiatary.
J Mr. Lodge then entered upon an ac
count of the tfforts of the New Haven
road In 1 06 and 107 1o obtain control
(of its more northern contemporary, and
told of the legislation under the adminis
I tration of Governor Guild 4o control the
etock of the Boston A- Maine, which had
j passed into the hand of tht New Haven
company, an a lo preient an injurious
effect on commerce. He said the legisla
tion obtained at that tl:..t hud lial ti.s
effect ef preventing the then contem
plated construction, but st the time had
paralysed the improi eroents which had
been undi liasen by the New Ha ten roiid
Not only was this true, he said, but a
great liock of rtoik hud been thrown
upon the inurl.H and there tad teen seri
ous danger that a foreign corporation
would obtain pnssesrion of It, a result
winch w ould have ! n vatly ue'rlmentul
to the interest of all New England Tlii
wa the condition, said the Ma' achuseiia
senator, w hen tl.eitate legislation vt Jlti'lt
had iieen undertaken.
Going into roi.iuuerbbie detail as to tin
legislature, Mr. Lm'e In d( f ense of Gov
ernor lraier s-id that that official had
g'ven the sutject careful consider ttion and
h continued: "1 desrr te bear test'mony
the fact that no more honorable, more
high minded arid no more I -i lic spirited
I man ever iield rffioe than he. n r I there
, in the I'nlted f t tea today s man less sub
' Ject to dictation. No railroad president
eer went Into Governor Liaers off.oe
S!.d undertH'k tu d"'Ui what be
i should do "
People Off Guard.
I Senator La o, idle then Gf oted t.is r
1 marl: to tht Massachusetts state legisla
tion authur li'.i'g the acviulriiuon fUie llua
! ton d Maine stock by a holding company,
but laned tu find in tin Ucis.utton an
' thit.g like the importance attached to it ty
. Mr. Wlri-ershum. lie asHeried that Mr.
' A kei fcliain bod utrmilted a: ate leaiaiatlou
lu superseoc federal loaicatuu lu a