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CHICAGO PACKER IS DEAD
Edward Morris Passes Away After
Illness of Year.
HEAD OF LARGE CORPORATION
Mriilth Ik EHmnted nt from Thirty
In Fifty Million Dollar
I.eavea Ttro Bona una
CHICAGO, Nov. 1 Ed ward Morris,
president of Morris & Co., packers, died
at hi home here today after an lllntaa
of more than a year,
Mr, Morris vraa born In Chlcaco, 47
year ago and wag the eldeit son of the
late Kelson Morris, pioneer packer, lie
uffercd a nerrous breakdown about a
year ago and wn obliged to give up no
tire business. He (pent laat winter travel
Intr In California In icarch of health,
but when ho returned laat spring hla
friends noted that ha had not bean bene
fited by the trip.
The aerlouaneaa of hla condition became
known laat week on tha arrival of hla
brother Ira iNelaon Morrla, who hurried
to Chicago from Italy In response to a
cablegram. Tho decedent la survived by
hla widow, two aona and two daughter.
Edward Morrla waa n multimillionaire
end on of the beat known meat packara
In the world,
Haalneaa Life Rrgnn Karly,
In the will or the late Nelson Morrla,
the building of tho vaat Morrla fortuno
waa attributed largely to tha genius and
energy of tho oldest son, Edward, who
began hla bualneea career when moat of
kla, companions wer barely out 'ofknlck1
eiboekers.' The' Wealth helo! by'-Erward
Morrla la estimated at between 130,000,050
to rM.690.GOO. Io waa credited with being
the, largest Individual owner of bank
tock In this city. He waa a liberal con
tributor to many cnarltle.
Young Morrla waa only 14 year old
-whan he entered the office of hla father
aa an employe. Bo keen waa hla Interest
and eo great waa the aptitude he dis
played In bualncaa affairs, that even Ills
father waa aatonlahed.
H Is said of Mr. Morris that It waa
lila custom to contribute to charities each
year an amount equal to the sum ex
trended for members of hla family.
Mr. Morrla married. Helen I Swift,
daughter of tha founder of Swift tt Co.,
meat packers, n 1X90.
Will of Kltler Morrla Mrakeu.
After the death of Nelson Morris In
197 It oa found that hla will put the
management of the entire estate into, the
fianea of Edward Morris aa managing
trustee. The estate waa to be tied up
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for twenty years, remaining undla
turbed and entirely under the manage
ment of the managing truatee. The value
nf the estate woe said authoritatively to
be between $40,000,0000 ond 100,000,000, In
cluding properties outside the atate.
When tho will was probated property In
this state was estimated at 130,000,000.
The plan of the elder Morris was not
carried out, as the heirs, other than Ed
ward retained counsel to contest the will
and a rompromlso was reached, by which
the estate was divided Into flvo equal
parts, one each going to the widow and
the four children. The . two big Morrla
atock yards properties by the division fell
to Ira Morris and his two sliters, but Ed
ward bought thorn out.
Down for Criticism
of Wilson's Methods
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3,-Senator Mar
line criticised Senator Cummins today
for some of the latter'a speeches In New
Jersey, In which Mr. Cummins waa
quoted as having eald there waa no
moral differences between Huerta and
the man In the White HoUse, and having
assailed "the big stick methods In con
nection with the tariff bill."
Mr. Martlne characterised the refer
ences aa "absurd, rldlculotts and ungen
erous." Mr, Cummins declared he had not dlx-
cussed President Wilson In such a vein.
"I spoke of th'e office not of the man,"
ho said, "I did severely criticise tho
tendency of the executive to override
the legislative branch of the govern
ment." "Does the senator mean to repeat his
comparison between Huerta apd Presi
dent Wilson?" demanded Senator Mar
tlne. "Of course, I did not aay that," re.
turned Senator Cummins. "But J did
say and I will aay It again, that I would
Just aa soon have my will aa a member
of congress overcome by an armed soldier
aa by any other Influence from the
executive. There la no difference."
Senators Owen and Williams defended
the president, the former saying he oc
cupied the White House with more mod
esty than was usual.
Senator Williams declared that It w&e
"slander and calumny" to say that thu
president had used patronage to Influenoa
legislation and challenged any senator to
prove that charge.
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Druggist refund money If It falls to cure,
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Children need Cascareta, too,
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Fitters Uef., Oaha, Neb.
NEGROES MAKE PROGRESS
Successful Han Advises Fellows to
Return to Land.
BIO PROFITS IN GARDENS
Problem of flecnrlnsr Money
Operate Snmll Tract DelnaT
SoItciI hy Jfrajroes of
Hy WILLIAM ANTHONY AEIIY.
Nineteen yearn ago J. H. Hlodgett, a
southern negro, began his uphill climb
with 11.10 In his pocket and a suit of un
derwear In a paper bail. Further, he was
arrested as n tramp for wearinjf a straw
hat In winter time. Today he owns 121
houses In Jacksonville, Fla., having a
rental value of I2.&M a month. Mod gen
got his start as a railroad window washer
at SI.0S a day. He and his wife worked
hard, saved their money, and finally
built their own home. He declares that
there la no excuse for young, able-bodied
negroes to waste their time In hotel
work at $20 to 130 a month and tips
when they can grow tomatoes In Florida
at tl.OOO an acre.
The struggle from bare hands to lndi
pondence haa been repeated again and
again by negro farmers. They have made
the southern soil produce more profitable
Tops and have thereby laid the founda
tion for an Improved rural life, as shown
In better schools, better homes nnd bet
ter churches. They speak for themselves.
"When I was man-lnd." satd on Ala
bama negro, "I borrowed everything
even tho clothes that I was married In.
I was charged from 20 to 25 per cfnt on
all the money I got Soon I tried to buy
a cheap mule. I was told that If my
father-in-law would stand responsible
for me, $5.00 would be knocked off. If
my brother-in-law would also, then an
other 18.00 would come off. These men
had something. They had good reputa
tions, too. If you own something you can
get cneap money, it you nave nouuus,
you are doing well to get It at 18 per
cent. Now I have a six-horse farm of
227 acres and I rent forty acres. 1 have
a good house of four rooms ond have sev
eral two-room houses for my tenants."
Money for Hmnll Farmers,
The problem of securing cheaper money,
for the man on tho lnnd tho man of all
men worth helping Is being solved by tho
negro farmers of Alabama, whose stories
have been outlined. Ownership of the
land; the building and maintaining of
good, comfortable, homes; Improvement
In the hornet rnlrlt: the building up of
strong, good characters; '.the production
of home supplies; the steady attention to
work these are somo of the Important
factors In securing cheaper monoy, not
only for the negro farmers, but nlso for
the white neighbors. Theee elements in
progress will cut down tho present high
rates of Interest, ranging, It Is known,
from 10 to 09 and 8 per cent, and col
lected by a variety of harsh methods.
These factors are In the control of all
farmers If they will simply do what the
hard-working, teachablo negro farmers
of Alabama have done.
Intelligent hard work brings business
success ns well. B, I Windham, of tho
contracting firm of Windham Bros, Bir
mingham, Ala., declares that efficiency
and not color determines the kind of
work that negroes receive. Hla firm has
built a $100,000 apartment, house for; white
people In Birmingham, Ala. It employs,
on an average, 100 people alt negroes
throughout the year to handle some $300,
000 -worth of contracts. The business of
this firm of negro contractors has grown
from $50,000 In 1&03 to tses.OOO for seven
months In 113, and Is carried on from
the Mason and Dixon line to the dutf of
Another Interesting event of the last
year In the negro business world has
been the opening of the $100,00) cotton
oil mill at Mound Hoyou, Miss., a negro
town which was founded by Isaiah T,
M6ntgomery, an ex-slave of Joseph
Davis, brother of Jefferson Davis.
Hoora for More rroarre.
Ten million American negroea now pay
taxes on over $700,000,000 worth of prop
erty and own 20,000.000 acres of land, that
Is. about 31.000 snuara mile. Thev nwn
slxty.threo banks, capitalised at $3.)0,000
and doing an annual bualneaa of $30,CCW,000,
Today'there are negro business leagues In
Will the American negro, especially the
city negro, acquire his share through
hard work and thriftT Will rounr nurroe
quit the pool rooms with their debasing
streets ana inarch Into usefulness and
comfort on the landT Will tho negro
seek the signs of civilisation the auto
mobile and the dress suit and miss civil
isation aa It la represented, in the home
and the bank account! Will the negro
forego some pleasure todav so aa to m.
Joy richer treaaurea tomorrow T Will the
negro allow othera to think and plan for
htm Instead of thinking and planning for
There Is. Indeed, according to Booker T.
Washington, room In thla country, with
out conflicting with tha Interests of
white people, for $00,000 more negro farms.
1,000 sawmills, 1,003 brickyards, 4,000 gro
cery stores, 1.030 dry goods stores, 1.600
shoe stores, 1.W0 milliner)' shops, 1,000
drug stores and ninety banka.
Fears Daughter Is
CHICAGO. Nov. S.-nevelatlons of suf
ferlnga undergone by Miss Bllvia Pank
hurat recently, greatly perturbed her
mother, Mrs. Kmmellno Pankhurat, here
today when aha received a letter from
her other daughter. Chrtatabel.
The letter stated that Mlaa Bylvla again
had been aubjectrd to forcible feeding
after being "etarved within an Inch of
"Sylvia had a great and auoceaaful fight
Monday, but on Tuesday waa arrested
by fifty policemen and a collection of
plain clothe men," ran the letter. "We
shall fight our best for her and tha
east side will no doubt play up. Annie
(Mlrn Annie Kenney) te woraa In health
than ahe haa ever been and we ore mak
ing for her protection."
Miss Christabel aaks It her mother can
do anything to nterett American physi
cians to bring pressure on their British
oollrgues. Without them, ahe aay. the
"cat and mouse" torture would be Im
possible. The doctor, ahe aay. watch the
starving patient weaken to the laat limit
of safety, then scientifically but forcibly
feed them back to life again.
The doctor Is In fact the only one
who has any power over the suffragist
and he ta not only policeman, but tor
turer." continues the letter. "It was the
International Medical congress that
saved you and Annie Kenney laat summer,
so evidently the doctora of other lands
have some Influence '
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WILL LIRE WILSON'S
(Continued from Page One.)
three diplomats at Vera Cruz sought the
conference with Mr. Llnd. It wns made
plain today that the president's envoy
will not soon return to the Vnlted
States as has been reported.
The battleahlp Nebraska, en route to
Mexican waters, with three other ves
sols of the third division of the Atlantic
fleet, was ordered today to .Tomplco to
Join the New Hampshire. As oone of
the other ships has been ordered home.
that will leave tomorrow but seven rt
Tamplco nnd five at Vera Crux.
Consul Hamm at Durango reports the
constitutionalists in control of his dis
trict. AVenlthr Mexican Arrested.
Eli I'ASO. Nov. 3. Oennrnl r.uU Ti.r.
reieiur, reputed to be Uie wealthiest mail
in Mexico, is reported a prisoner of the
Mexican federal authbrltles at .Tuarex,
Military officials In Juarex deny knowl-
edgo of hs presence, but the rumor is
persistent that General Terrains and
members of his family camo to Juarei
yesterday on tho special train that
brought Genera! Francisco Castro and
that Terrarea was detained In Juarez.
General Castro took command of ih
Juorcn garrison last night. Hlmultan,
eouely Gulllermo Crux, mayor of Juarez,
came to Kl I'aso ond today General Cas
tro announced I.uls Comaduran as the
Two hundred and flftv rlnfnnmnTi
wcro sent from Juarez to Chihuahua to
day. The federals still hold ihe city of
t-Tiinuanua, according to advices In
Bay State Tax on
BOSTON. Nov. 8. An Income of tXOftm
n year Is saved Jo the state by the su
preme court's decision today upholding
the Massachusetts foreign corporation
The supreme court had declared uncon
stitutional' somewhat ' similar lows
adopted by Kansas Arkansas and Coloj
rado on tho ground that the tax was
a burden on Interstate commerce.
The law nrovldes that evcrv forelmi
corporation , doing business In Massachu
setts shall pay annually to tho common
wealth n tax of one-fiftieth of 1 per cent
on the par value of Its authorized capi
tal atock, such tax not to exceed $!,000.
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HARVESTER CASE IS ARGUED
Suit to Dissolve Combine Ncars the
EDWIN P. OR0SVENER OPENS
Assistant Attorney General Aka Dis
trict Conrt for .Order that AVU1
Prevent Common Control of
BT. PAtl Li Mlnn Nov. 3. Edwin P.
flmtVATwip nnlal n.tlilnnl in AttnrnnV
General Mclleynolds In opening final
arguments for dissolution of the Interna
tional Harvester company before the
united States district court, today asked
for dissolution In such manner as to pre
vent, effectlvelv. a nomlbllltv nf two or
more of the disintegrated parts coming1
Into ownership Of companies having com
Mr. Grosvenor declared the Interna
tional Han-ester company Is In and of
Itself a combination In restraint of trade
In harvesting Implements, and a monop
oly, and as such proper safeguards should
bo mode by the courts to rcevent a oosai-
ble re-ostabllshment of such monopoly
after dissolution by the- method of Inter
Mr. Grosvenor oolnted out how the su
preme court hail applied the standard.
or "rule of reason," in nine cases decided
since tho court established the rule in the
Standard Oil and Tobacco decisions, hold
ing overy combination unlawful that
smothers competition and monopolizes
According to an announcement mads
this momlng after the certificate and re
port of Special Examiner Itobert 8. Tay
lor had been returned to tho court, conn.
eel for the government will oocupy the
day, and possibly a portion of tomorrow's
session, in the presentation of arguments.
It was Indicated that a brief nmimni
of the defense might take even longer.
Attorney General Jamee C. Mclleynolds,
Edwin P. Orosvenor, special assistant to
the attorney general, and Joseph It. Darl
ing, special agent of the Department of
Justice, were In the city to reDresmit the
The Harvester company had on hnnri n
formidable array1 of counsol, tncludlug
Judge William D. McIIugh of Omaha,
Frank B. Kellogg of 6t. Paul, lOdgar A.
uancrort. John" P. Wilson, PWllIp A. Post,
Victor A. Remy and W. M. Stlllwell, the
lost five being from Chicago.
"Cyrus H. McCormlck," Mr. Grossvenor
said, "went to New York in the spring
of 1903 to consult some of the leading
lawycra to see whether a combination of
the harvesting manufacturers could be
"Ho saw William Nelson Cromwell,
Francis Lynde Stetson, and others. Crom
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Changes in fabrics, fluffs, slashes
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well satd there was nothing to prevent a
man selling- his business and another buy
ing it. They seized, on this idea and
sought to glvo tho combination the ap
IK'arance of being separate sales of prop
erty. "These sales they mode to a 'dummi'
named W. C. Lane, president of the Htan
dard Trust company, who Immediately
conveyed all the properties to the new
corporation. All the manufacturers met
and signed tho preliminary papero In Paul
D. Cravath's office at 10 Wall street. New
York, July 28, 1902.
Tho witness. Swift, testified that Stet
son had devised the plan of having sep
arate sales through the 'dummy,' 1ine.
'on tho ground that this was tho best
method of evading the antl-lrust law.
The government counsel then proceeded
to review at length the testimony xelat
Ing to the power of the combination, Its
distributing or marketing policy and Its
conduct towards competitors. ,
Ho dwelt on the enormous power oen
tcred in George W. Perkins. Cyrus H. Mc
Cormlck and Charles Deerlng by means
of the voting trust.
When court convened, Judge Adams, rer
period to be ill, was absent and the ar
guments proceeded before Judges San
born, Hook and Smith.
Boulder on Track
Wrecks Fast Train
LiACnOSSE, Wis., Nov. S. Passenger
train No. 68 on the Burlington railroad
was wrecked near Genoa, Wis., early to
day, when the locomotive struck a boulder
halt the size of a box car, which hod been
dislodged by recent rains and rolled down
the bluff to the track.
Engineer James M. Tratt, lyoCroase.
was possibly fatally injured. His Jaw
was "broken nnd the aide of his face
crushed In. Four Italian track laborers
and a negro porter wero also Injured, not
First reports of the accident received
here were that the wrecked train was tho
Oriental limited, tho coast train which
runs a little behind No. G8. The coast
train, however, was not" harmed, but
was delayed several hours. No. 68 is
also a first class train and faster than
the Oriental limited.
MAN WANTED FOR MURDER
IN CINCINNATI ARRESTED
CINCINNATI, O.. Nov. i-The police
of Cincinnati today identified the plito
graph of a negro held under the name of
William Campbell at Montreal. Canada,
as a likeness of Charles Jones, who Is
wanted In Cincinnati for the murder of
a white woman. Bertha Courtenay, tho
was beheaded and her body thrown Into
I $30.00 Suits and Overcoat for
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' Jews Indefinite
KIEV, Nov. 3. -"Vaudeville" Is the tern,
use today by tho Kloveky Mysl In re
ferring to the testimony of Feather Pran
altcs. tho priest of Turkestan, at the trial
of Mendel Bclltls for the murder of tho
boy, Andrew Yuslnsky, It odds that thn
priest has proved a ''broken reed" for
Judge Boldlriew, tho president of the
court room, became Impatient at today s
hearing when Ffcthcr Pranaltes continu
ally replied "I don't know" to question
and was unable even to Indicate the texts
of the Talmud and the Bible on which
ho based his denunciation of the Jews.
The Judge sharply demanded whether tho
witness could hear the questions -put to
The priest did not confine his charges
to any particular sect ot fanatics, but
declared that all Jews were concerned in
After making an allusion to the sig
nificance ot the number of wounds and
to the method of killing employed, the
priest sold the object or ritual crimes was
to hasten the arrival ot the Messiah.
When asked to produce the book con
taining description of those practices, the
priest replied that it was In Bt. Peters
burg. OUR tailoring is
not the hurry
in fit and style.
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304-308 South 10th Street.
The Bee classified pages
carry advertisements of
the. best rooms and apart
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rascals stole my gate,
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porch g-raan, but
thank goodness they
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