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i 'sssss' The Omaha Daily Bee tzz VOL. XU-NO. 102. .OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNIKO, OCTOBER H, 19;iTWEyTY PAGES. SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS. CHALLENGE FOB FIRST TALESMAN Uefense in Trial of James B. Mo- Samara Aski that Nelson Be Dismissed for Cause. jfcEPROVED FOE HIS HESITATION l&dmite that He Has Already Formed Opinion in Case. LSTATE WITHDRAWS OBJECTION District Attorney Allows Query to Be Answered. mSKLD ABOUT LABOR UNIONS rU)Mtorere iiioinc that Defendant tu4 etle Vnlreuaa e to HI Attitude. tOB ANOBXJti. Cal.. Oct. li -After iuuib of persistent questioning, th d- fena la tha murder trial of James B SlscNemare challenged tor causa Venlre- Rnu Z. T. Nelson, near th and of tba hjnoraiiuj session. Nelson was tha first venireman exero- pned In tha trial of tha first of tha cud ueeultlng from th explosion whieh igvreejcea me u Angeles Timea nunamg jw ago. . tVom tha start, Nelson's extreme heel- UtaUc-n In answering questions put by At- Mom? L Compt Davis for tha defense kwas generally noticed, and' It flnaily puvuflll 4l tamomuon irow juucv kwell. "Have you any opinion that, would re quire evidence to remova?" wae the foqueation finally hit uporl that drew a (direct answer. I think I have." said Neleeon, and Jater amplified this to Include "an opin. Ion as to the guilt or innocence of the Ldefendapt." Assistant District Attornay Q. Ray Hor mton, for tha state examined Nelson briefly, eliciting a reiteration of the as sertion that' ha would need evidence to ..remova his opinion, with tha supplemen- ktary declaraUorl that ha thought be Could give a fair trial. . Examination of Talesman Z. T. Kelson tt Pasadena, was tha first proceeding set fcefore Judge B. Walter Bordwell In the tj per lor court today in the murder trial of Jamas S McNamera. Questioning of talesmen, frequently regarded as a dismal prooeadlnr. furnished in this ease Intense Interest to ipeetators and parti tans, be cause it was expected to define. In ad vance of the opening arguments, soma of the essential Issues of the trial, which Is designed to show whether tha defendant is responsible for tha death of Charles 3. Haggerty. who with twenty others was rkilled in the Ls Angeles Times explosion over a year ago.. For nineteen or. tnese deaths Jama 8 McNamsr is bald on Indictment, but tha state has elected to go to trial on Haggerty ciss. ' i . , Ice veniremen had a.Uttle automobile ride early today. They came into court svith briat)ln beards, it having developed that none of them was accustomed to have hlmselt. Various types of raiore wr sent up to their room, and rejected. ! flhpy thereupon decided to request the appointment of. a barber who should be , sUJowed to shave them under- the super- vision of a deputy' sheriff. I The prisoner, accompanied by Sheriff J Hammel, sauntered Into court, nodding to averal friends. He took an Inconspicu ous soat against the rail and chatted for a minute witn vierenc o. uny". ehlf counsel It was 10:40 o'clocx when court con vened, ' - jr.' p.' Poppenbosb was selected to fill ! the vacancy in tha panel. District At- i inmv Frederick informed tha court' ! that be would like to withdraw his objec i tioa to the unanswered question directed 'to Z. T. Nelson on Wednesday. The ques tion was: "With reference to the officers and men I prho direct the management of the. af-!sJU- of labor unions, no you bailava that ba graat majority of them are lawless tasnr ' i L ryppie Da. vis immediately asked the .on pf Mr. Nelson, who replied. "X dost bailava I can answer that ques tion. I don't know anything about tne I Officer.' " "Well, what Is your belief about them? ' f T don't know anything about them." Tou mm to hesitate before answer-, ;faa. Have you any doubt?" I "j can't say." v I "Tou realise that, tha defendant Is. on trial for a matter that concerns laboj g animation. 'and yon have eft-opinion jotit tha majority of tha officers being 1 law leas, man?" ' "A great many are and a gTeat many Hot." - "About ball and half, then r -1 couldn't say." If you thought a great many you ould say r' ; lf my mind waa made up." j Uoo't you know,' Mr. Kelson', that you iftra prejudiced against officers of labor inninnar 1 "No. I should not say so." 'The prosecution ODjecien ro him tf questioning as assuming that the (veniremen know that tha defendant was Ta member of organized labor and that. tno evidence or proof to that effect bad keen Introduced. n you deny the defendant is V asked ttr. Darro-w. "Wt are not giving testimony." an (Continued on (ecAnd Page ) The Weather For Nebraska Fair. For lowa-Oeoarally fair; cooler. Tsepartnre ut Oasaba Vaaterdar. It tW Hlt lam ... a.. .... U .... 41 41. s a m 7 a. m I a. rn i a m 1A a m 11 a. m I- ra . . 1 p. m i iv m J p. m I r. m 5 p. m ,. 6 p. m . 7 p. m I p in 1 b3 'uis Men I rltbt' I fl Government Wins I . Civil Suit Against . tHe Bathtub Trust BALTIMORE. Oct. 13 -In tha United States circuit Court here ..today Judge John- C. Rose rendered a decision In favor of tha government in Its dissolu tion suit against the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing company and others, tha rso-called "bath tub" trust. Judge Prlteh- ard concurred with Judge Rosa, while Judge .Ooff. dissented that -tha decision is most too sweenlng'ia Its character. Edwin P. ,Grosvnor, special assistant to--the United Stataa attorney, and United States District "Atttorney PhiUlp Hlir of Balti more, who .conducted tha esse for tha govamment. stated today that todays decision supports 'the government's con tention on every point. Tba action was brought ' under tha Sherman ' anti-trust s law. In ' case of an appeal , it will go. direct to the United States supreme court. While this decision "Is in a separate case from tha. criminal action against tha alleged trust at Detroit, the proceedings ooncera the same' subject matter and are against tha same defendants. Under the court's ruling Edwin U. Wayman. patentee ot an enamel dredger, wbo issued licenses of tha patent to th defendant concerns, ts. held as much sub ject to the laws governing monopoly as any other man. and while he still has the right to exclude all others . from msicing use or nis patents, tie cannot have tha right -to sell indulgences" In .violation of the anti-trust act. It was on tha patent holdings of Wayman that .tba fifty defendants in the case upheld tha right of their action in tha combine and tha government maintains that this was but a subterfuge. Judge Goff s. opinion in dissent was brief. He held that tha facts estab lished by the testimony considered in the light of the law applicable thereto com pel . me to conclude . that the allegations of the petition have not bean sustained." DETROIT. , Oct 13.-The criminal cases against more than a score of firms and Individuals-alleged to be in . the "batb tub" trust probably wilj come up at the November term"6f the federal court here. All the defendants have pleaded not guilty. ,' Unconfirmed Rumor of Bloody Battle .. Near Tripoli TRAyKruRT-ON-THE-lAIK. Oct li. --The Frankfurter Zaltuagls correspond ent at Constantinople forwards a dispatch dated Tripoli, saying:. 'A. fierce engagement occurred between the Turks and Italians on a hill in tha neighborhood of the city. The Italians lost 1.600 killed and wounded Tba Turks' casualties war slight.". There Is no .ccflfiMsxt'e eJ'tia' tsv patch, which 1 at warlanc witb recent Trlpelttan ntv reaching bare .thaouglt othar ebannaia' . CQKEIANTIKOPE, Oct. flL-Tha gov ernment today ordered the emulsion within twenty-four hours of all Italian correspondent la CnetaattaAnie. A society bag bean organised to 'wags' on v economic - war against Italy. All Ottomans are asked to sign a declara tion, to uasa all dealings with Italians. The newspapers' endorsing this campaign advise Ottomans to influence th young to Incur hatred of Italy. ST. PETtR&BURG, Oct UL-The text Of tha Russian note to Turkey regarding the free export of Russian corn was made public today. In reply to a .verbal remonstrance .Turkey has , said' that' It Intended to act according to the deciara-' Uoe, of Jyadon of JJX. as this was considered .unsatisfactory to Russia, this government presented a written 'demand wherein It was pointed out that' Russia considered that cargoes or corn were subject neither to arreet nor confiscation when - addressed to Russian ports In the Black sea or to Italian ports so lpng,as the cargoes were not destined' for the' Italian, field forces or Italian official consignees. Turkey has not replied. ROME (Via . f rontier)', Oct. ' U Al though tha government considers that tha present expedition of .Ono men (wll be sufficient for the complete occupation of "Tripoli, the ministry of war has pre pared for an additional expedition in -case ot need. . ' ' ,' Four aeroplanes ' have arrived from France.. They will be sent to Tripoli, where they. will be piloted by Italian of ficsrs, who will undertake to drop bombs to to the enemy's encampment. .. MANAGf-R 0F:FARMERS' ELEVATOR IS ARRESTED A BEDEES , 6. D., Oct. 13 I Special -The financial difficulties 'in which "the fcouth Dakota Farmars' Elevator com pany . found , Itself , involved a week . ago. when tha suspicions ef the directors was first aroused, culminated yesterday in tba arrest of W. B. Robv of Verdon, general manager of tha seven elevators owned by the company. on" an embesile ment charge. Roby was- arraigned In cir cuit .court today and his bond was fixed at sa.OuO. which he was'.unabie to furnish and was lodged In the Brown, county-Jail. . J.tTollefson has been p aced In charge of the company's affairs, temporarily, as manager, and tha elevators, which -have haen closed for.. the .last .weekwill open again. Beveral partly rtmsnea letter were found in tha elevator safe ae Ver- des. in Reby's handwriting, which hinted t suicide. - It Is believed Roby first be came involved, through losses In specu lation and that he steadily got In deeper as- he plunged more heavily in an at tempt to retrieve hie losses, lira Roby, his wife. . snd Charles Roby. a brother, are bare doing everything in their power to aid th prisoner. '. -r PARK SAYS ALL ILLINOIS -: CENTRAL TRAINS ON TIME CHICAOO, Oct. ' U.-Vloe President and General Manager W. L. Park of tha Illinois Central railroad, accompanied by Chief Engineer -A 8. -Baldwin, left today for a ten days' tour of Inspection of the Una ,: , Mr. Park said that trains were running on every division without interi uption. ..J. W. Kline, present .of the black U ! truths, llt today for Washington to confer with Samuel Oompers, president cf th AsneiSu t'edtjst'.ea of Labor, EEVOLT SPREADS TO THECAPITAL Garrison of Peking is Honeycombed with Republican Sentiment and City is Threatened. TBOOPS ABX ORDERED TO CITY Army that Had Been Ordered to Maneuver is Recalled. RUMOR REPUBLIC PROCLAIMED Head of Insurgent Army is Declared President' DR. SEN IN THE UNITED STATES Ma First BUK-eted for Head of New ' Government la Here oa Lee tar Toar and la Xa tlv ot Hawaii. BULLETIN. PAN FRANCISCO, Oct . U Advices were received here today by the Chung Hal Yat, (tha Chinese Daily World), that the revolutionist in Chin have declared republic, electing U Yuen Hung lieu tenant commander of tha Imperial new army, president. FEKIN, Oct. U.-3una today faces an unprecedented crisis. With the spread ot revolutionary activity the opinion Is gain tr-,1 ground that tha fata of tba ruling dynasty hangs In tba balanca ' Tba revolution to no longer confined to tha central provinces, a thousand miles away from tba capital Fekin it self to threatened. Members ef the cabinet admitted today that tba garrison here is known to be honeycombed with the revolutionary sen tlment Tba saoia condition exists Id the two great military posts which guard tba capital. Fan Ting Fu and Tien Tsln. There are still official attempts to minimize the gravity of the situation, but tha reports reaching the capltol give little basis for hop, today's news in cluded report that Chung King was in danger, that I-Chang had been taken. that To Chow bad fallen and that com munication between Hankow and Chang Bha. tBe capital of Hunan Province.- was Interrupted. '' . An edict published here today offers pardon to' all revolution members "who were- coerceded Into' Joining tb rebel lion." The pardon Is conditional, however, on their expressing- suitsble repentance for their defection. Troop Ordered to p-ekinc The government toqay followed up its' act of yesterday cashiering tb viceroy of Wu Chans by extending the same treatment to General Chang Pioa. the commander' of the troops in tha Wu Chang district where this week's out break began. Every effort af tie authorities for tb present will be cantered in an attempt t provide adauat' defense for tba capital of tba ampira Tha program for tba autumn maneuver in Kai Fong, 409 miles south of Peking, wtter - .(U0 troops ware to hafo partioinatad '.in ex tensive drills, was cancelled today and the sixth division of the army was or dered to entrain this afternoon for Fong Tel. a suburb of this city. Tha government in its report on the situation to. .Inclined to convey th im pression that revolutionist - are., without trained leaders or adequate organisation: But the revolutionists have - a reliable chief, well versed In military affairs in General L4. Quan Hong Secret advices received .here Indicate, moreover, that r fcup Yat pen, whom ta revolution ist hope to elect president of a Chinese republic, was at Shanghai last week and may by now be on tba scan of opera tions at Wu Chang. or Hankow. y Desolation la Haakon. HANKOW. China. Oct. 1&-Thls city was a seen of desolation today. Al! night ' long' Incendiary fires . burned throughout tb native quarters and It was a night of terror for the populace. There was a massacre of Mancbu fam ilies which left large numbers ot dead and to add to th danger all tba prisons were opened and tha inmates released to wander about the town. The revolutionary organization is mak ing every effort to restore order and It is . announoed rioters herever caught will be severely dealt with The revolutionary army Is strongly entrenched in Wu . Chang and Hang tang, with guns, mounted In command ing posltlona 61 no the capture of the Hang Yang arsenal there hsn been no solicitude regarding the supply of am munition and the leaders declare that (Continued on Beronri Tag) try ir if in' r f r ' 'V T UBGB rORCta O? WOfclUiaN aKl, UOKDA.X. . . . m. More I' 1 -" 1 'MIS ; i i 1 7 p VIP V.I F 'f I H" J ' t " I i mm good waxx r v:B . .... w 1 n s, w1r?AA- --'I wc'tr f; 7IU voir 7Wt , trrr . Ik ' jKZKSTDay AtRT o fo Vwwcjw y CEimniAW 3 r BE-AJf v 0 " ' " HOmtAIT -5 j--mmmmmmmmmm'mmmmmmBmmmmm ' I ''j 1 1 S iff II t t l II 1 "lj.lt ' I ' f ' a flpS" p "ViSI I t I"-! tpS i t I t I TURIZ 0 ; BEFTKAlrD. . 0 J . V',, yT LYTCfl o T ' I X fe? ITEDLE.JR .... 66 v T -j? UPTON O je-rii dAmX s"-emKDiTurvNc5' jtirrti V mySiimM. SSSS VUVTVmZBY CgJMZiUX.ra ADO DPI TKHIAR7 Va rjrau.wory now&RD a fesSSSSf iKntDSES 7 4 Sfy WMWNE.....77 y-7 ooRDOT E. f; V'sV Tm!ER 1 ?l; ' VS- tlMMWET...110 v i, fJX ( LLvs cot---; i ft V XI j" mm nwn.. i '".LTtltUBgJSi CASH FROMJMAHA STOLEN Registered Package from Sheridan Coal Co. Taken from Postoff ice. CONTACTED MORE THAN $5,000 Moner Wa Intended for rmet , ef Pour Hnpdrd Mine Em ploye at Mel berry en later day. " FITTSfcrjllO. Kan., Ort. 1 -Fibbers who entered the postofflce at Mulberry,, fifteen miles .east of Pittsburg, early to day, escaped with several package of registered malt. One package Is said to have contained SlO.AflO. being sent to the Sheridan Coal company to pay Its rain era Neither-th officials of th company nor the postmaster will talk about th loas. No clue to th robbers ha been found. L. -C' Cbance. United States postoffloe Inspector of Port Boott, was notified of the robbery and Immediately took charge of the investigation. Mar from Omaha. KAN6AP- JTT. Ha, Oot. U-At tha offices of the Sheridan Coal company la this city It wa admitted today that a package containing between SMMO and 10,000, addressed to the company's offloe at. Pittsburg, Kan., bad disappeared in (Continued on Beuond Page) TOMORROW The Bant Co) bred Comics with Th Sunday Bee Preparing for the Land Show -m.' V; - - n ' " " - -t Ik ', I - " ""-'. . BLir lN6itlt AND OUT - AT THJC Circumstantial Evidence Wilson Will Tails; to Brewers Wednesday WASHINGTON. Oet. iaAy doubt ts to Secretary Wilson's purpose to address tba National Brewers' congress st Chi cago ws dispelled today when Mr. Wli. son ststsd he would speak before th ccnjr'i Wednesday-, It is understood his address of welcome as honorary pres ident will be short. Many letters criticis ing th secretary for accepting the honor ary presidency of the brewers' congress have been received at' the department Host of them have been personally answered by Secretary Wilson. Another Big Jump in Coffee Market NEW YORK. Oct 13 There was an other blg Jump In the coffee msikft this morning, with contracts fr future de livery selling from 36 to 4'. points above tha closing quotations ot last Wednesday at th opening. The price at December contracts advanced from 14 3bo to 14.4fto. Latter reaction of several points oc curred, but the mar Wot still showed gains of from 30 to SS points around midday. PAROLES FOR TWO MORE BANKERS IN LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH, Kan.. Oct. U Paroles have been ordered for two more bankers in the federal prison hare. They ar H. T. Wells, a former Kenosha, Wis.,, bank clerk, and- H. O. Ooll. who wa oonnected with the Blgttlow bank In Mil waukee. Thirteen orders for parole have been received here as a result of that meeting. None of these is tor John R. Waiah. It Is said that only four bankers. T. H. Nocolal of Auburn, tnd., and J. H. Phil, lipa of Terra Haute, whose fata became known yesterday, and the two Wisconsin men have been ordered paroled thus far. With the passing ef Phillips, Walsh loses his ronmmete, wuo aleo was the roommate of Frank G. Blgelow before he left the prison. . " -Tiv v. 'fl A ' v ' IN. VvKtRE THE SHOW OPENS l.rr?.-v;.v.v.v.y.".y.yf'.v'JAj SPECIAL DAYS AT LAND SHOW Ten States and Many Societies Are to Be Represented, EXPOSITION OPENS ON MONDAY jDpealna Has Bs psautd Trt- ' City lbt, ott Wk-lak Uovereer V ' Aldrli h Will Be Present to . Deliver a Address. Fe numerous have bant) th requests of different organisations and societies of Omaha for the reservation ef a eer ta:n day at the Omaha Land show, which rn Monday, evening,,, tht th. man SRoment baa had to increase Its. of tics force to answer letters and tlx 4tt The first night, Monday, October 1, will ha tri-olty night Oovernor Aldrleh and the mayors of Omaha, Bouth Omaha and Council Bluffs will speak. Tuesday afternoon will be Idaho and Utah state day and the Ladles' Con cordia society day. The governors of the two states wUI speak on this day. Th ovenlng win be devoted to th Cpoynar- ciai oiuo ana the newspaper men weaneaday afternoon will ha Unlver- ity of Omaha day. Tba girls will. put on a mlnietrei show, and th boy a comic foot ball sketch, and tha domestic selene class win have on display exhibits of their work. The evening will be Utter carriers and, good road movement nlgbt, Nebraska Stale Day. Owing to tha fact that Oovernor Aid rich catrnot attend Wednesday, October U. Nebraska state day baa been changed to Friday. Tba program for this, day Is in merge or w. ti. Manor of Lincoln Dr. C. A. Condra, Prof. C. W. pugsley, George Coupland. Charles Coffey and I van Tprrell. , Wednesday, October Si, will be tailfor nia day and Tbuisday afternoon will be given over to the Woodmen of the World The evening will be society night. The special attraction ot the first week will be Captain Trtebor's trained seal circus. Ferullo's great Italian band , be hen secured for tb second week. JOHN H- SMITH. PROMINENT . MORMON. DIES SUDDENL SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Oct. 11 John llenrv Smith, a member of the first pres. Idenov of the Mormon church, being sec ond counsel to the president. Joseph F fml!h. died bare early today, aged " years He retired In his usual health last night, and about midnight was teued with a hemorrhage of the lungs, dying thirty minutes later. John Henry Pmjth wu born In what Is now Council Bluffs. Ia., and when a mall boy crossed the plnln to V'tah. He was one of tha most prominent men interested In the deve.opment of tb west and Is well known throughout tht country. He was president ot I'tah's constitutional convention, and In pr.IUent of the Transmlsslsslppl Com mercial congress Two wivet, fifteen children and eighteen grandchildren survive Mr. f.ml(h HI death occur id at the home of Ills sec ond wife. Joephlnf G Sm.th. His ft; t wife, arah Farr fcmlth,' Is now in Chl raeo visiting relatives. . MEXICO GRANTED PERMIT TO MOVE TROOPS SACFMENTO, Cal., Oct. U-WhU on the platform at the stats capltol her today President Taft telegraphed tha State department at Washington, direct ing the department to grant permission to the Mexican government to transport troops through American territory from Juares tc a point opposite NogeJaa in Arizona. The president said that there was suf ficient precedent for granting such per mission and replied in th affirmative immedlaUly upon tha receipt of the re quest from Mexico City. TREATIES WILL BENEFIT TRADE President Taft Upholds Agreements Made with Honduras and Re public of Nicaragua, POLICY FOR GOOD OF COUNTRY Will Result in Upbuilding" of Small Nations, IMP0RTAKT TO UTSTTED STATES Designation "Dollar Diplomacy" the Word of Mackrakers. SETTLE DEBTS ON JTPST ' BASIS rlaa-e StbUUr Where Areatly Weeded aad Rnsll WIU add Comsaesne ef Aoveraesent fJaortk1n; Teak. SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Oot. lA-Presldeftt Taft s first complete speech in California - was delivered here todav from the step of tha st st capltol building. TJie preal. dent spoke In behalf of proposed trestles with Nicaragua and Hondurst and vigor ously defended the policy of th adminis tration, which ha said "muckraking journals" have labelled "dollar diplo macy." Broadly speaking, President Taft ssld the proposed treaties with these countries before tha sensta would secure tor them a financial agent In the United - States who Would settle their existing debts oh a just basis snd who would point the road to peace and prosperity to two republic rich In natural resources, bat torn by' strife snd revolution. Th president pointed out th efficacy of a similar sirangsment with fanto Domingo, where this government collected the customs and tees that foreign debts are paid, according to a beneficent super vision that Mr Taft Said has accrued to th upbuilding ot Panto Domingo. Oh. Jectlnn to the treaties In th United States senata tha president said, was bad largely upon tha proposition that they would make entangling alliance with republic In tbls hemisphere tor the pro motion of a banking contract, since the money for th payment of the, debts of tha two republic would be furnished by American Interests Another subject dis cussed by the president wss that th Monroe . doctrine wte sufficient bond be tween tha United tu and Latin Amer ican eounlrles. . "It Is objected that this is 'dollar diplo macy,' " said tha president, "and that w ought to nave none of a. Give a dog a bad name and you know what follows. To call a piece of statecraft dollar diplomacy' is to Invoke the condemnation ot tha muckraking journals, whose chief capital Is In tha use of phrase ot a lurid character. Tha United States did not enter Into this treaty for the promo tion of it own banking business or that of any of tg eltiseqs. It was thought ad visable to favor a contract with American bankers rather than with foreign banker, be a use suob a contract would tend to keep trad with America. This Is the correct object and purpose of diplomatic negotiation." ' Address ef e Preside. The president said: Id hi opening remarks the president tola of the presentation to tb senate for ratification of the treaties that had btn negotiated to secure loans tor th repub lics ot Honduras and Nicaragua, and of the progress of th desire of peace gen erally among nations. The conditions that prevail In the smaller republic on tb American continent were sketched, arid the Importance of their having stable government shown. Canto Domingo was cited as an illustration. Sine the plan ot President Roosevelt for control ox the finances of that country has been effec tive, its debt is being rapidly dlaoharged. Its revenues ar greater than ever. Us people are at ' peace and capital la being employed and enterprise extended. The continual menace to peace of the turbu lent government in the. smaller countries of Our continent, and the desirability df having them on a peaceful basis was pointed out, and tb president went on, referring to tba main topic: "There 1 a very decided objection in the senate to the approval of theae treaties I doubt if I can fairly state these objections. This Is due, 'perhaps, to the depth of my oonvlrtlon that th trsatie ought to be ratified because they are of the utmost importance in th pro motion of peace on this bemlsphere. In a region where there has been no peace, Tha general argument seems to be that e ought not to Involve ourselves In en tangling alliances with republics In this hemisphere, or to engage in what seems a mere banking arrangement for the pro motion ef a banking contract. It Is ob jected that this Is 'dollar diplomacy,' and I hat we ought to have none of It. Give, a dog a bad name and you know what follow To call a particular piece of statecraft 'dollar diplomacy la to- Invoke tba condemnation of muckraking journal, whose chief capital Is In the us ot phrase of a lurid character. The United tare did not enter Into this treaty for th promotion of Its own hanking bual. nets or that of anv of Its cltltena It ' was thought advisable to favor a contract with- American bankers rather than with foreign bankers, because such a contract (Continued on Fifth. Page.) Boxes of O'Brien i Candy. Dalzell's Ice Cream Bricks. Tickets to the American Theater. All are glvei. away free t those wbo Imu their name In the want ads. Read the wint aoe every day, your nam will appear soma tim. mayD mor than one. No putzlea to solve nor sub scription to get just read tb want ads Turn to tb wnt ad pages tiler you will find nearly wverf business nous It Ut utj rir rtntl.