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1 ixminr Tl! a tha rfJZZZ has mam rMrjl d Ogdon "baa all othto paper gnjwt th. l'':erZ ff?r circulation th,fc ' wholl and in aach precinct. L VOL E I NO. 347 OGDEN DEATH IS NOT HULL'S NOTICED BY SENATE to Him in Chaplains Prayer Marks His Passing Tillmans direct Reference Alone epinted Dec. lL-- Wik subject of railroad rata rising through the introe bill by Mr. Tillman to Waldorf-Astori- w the au-di- intern ate commerce gx maximum dl,e . itta T-Sln- m com-- m mna and the troveray referenca of tlo emergency bill to a committee, 2 proved 11.-- There tiro Anglo-Saxo- onllnu. of the senate intareating for mona titan zi inter-oceani- dhUt Aaron gr. Pkmker asserted that the law lf not bo blamed if some person He Intimated 4 text in hie duty. that there would be i kii discussion ii tended controversies before it nOroad rata billa were disposed of at ) sh session. titer more than a sooty of senators ill discussed the Panama bill it was to the appropriation commit-by a vote of 40 to 24. Nr. Tillman Introduced hia railroad Mk bin and was given permission 10 ophli H to the aeuate. it atmanda fo law to regulate Interstate com tfened w to c b'nVrVouidfldTd 8t. Petersburg, Dec. 11. The cur has issued au order today thanking all the Cossack troops for their untiring and loyal servlet to the throue and the fatherland, both at the seat of war and in the preserva- 1 The right of the American Tobacco company to refuse to sell to small retailers if they choose to do so, waa sustained by a decision rendered today by Justice Marean in the supreme conn in Brooklyn. E. Locker and company, retailers, had brought a anit against the company demanding (UMi.OoO for damages which, they allege had resulted from the American Tobacco company's refusal to do business w ith them. Justice Marean ordered the suit dismissed. Jasmines that the existing rale is njM or unreasonable the rue so tied tfcall be the only legal rate "harp'd. The bill isfva referred to the awrittra on intereinto commerce, gr. foraker raid he believed the UD la the tast yet offered if the g is to go into the taints at all. aa it would do the but poadbls harm. In aaying that, I minimize the tomer, be added: neradty of any legislation of that dander hecaose the hill la directed IN RUSSIA RUNNING gtfv-mn- rate-makin- Government is Reentering Path of Reaction and Wittes Ministry May rates. the position that recognizee the fact laws are sufficient to My at excessive Hr. Forster lock 2r. TIUmau'a hill present vuk rebates ,1 a-- 1 had dr o tonMkulioiul because congress had J fight 1o delegate to a comnSeslon jjdght to regulate railroad rates. TTu the supreme court i wrong flat pohitr asked Mr. Tillman. f- Foraker declared that toe an- J cwrt had never expressed Itself JMJti Point. He asserted that of the interstate 'commerce "Jtolmlon to fix rates amounts to - n ewEUtiv function, wplyhg to questions . from i Mr. d toy and Mr. Clay, Mr. Foraker a statement, in which it waa his tousllfed conviction and eaid many lawyer were of the same St. Petersburg, Sunday, Doc. 10, via Edytkuhen, East Prussia, Dec. 11. It is learned on high authority that the government has finally decid'd against universal suffrage and practically in favor of the old project of workmen representatives twenty-onand the extension of tbe ballot to the mail rent payers, merchants and the educated classes. However, the law must still pass the council of the empire and receive imperial approval. U the deciion is upheld It is apt to end all question of the support of th Zemstvolsts. The railroad men claim they have been informed that several section of tbs south western aystema have already responded to the anpeal for a general strike. Cooler heads, however, are advising again4 precipitated action which might result in failure and are urging a postponement of action until the organisations throughout the country have been consulted. It is believed that if the attempt at reaction ie persisted In the moderate with the liberals, who sr tactics of the revolutionists, rearing to anarchy, and are Inclined besupport driven the government, will surelyextremists. tack into the camp of thedeclare emPremier Wittes friends never been in phatically that he has and they Infavor of armed repression arrests of the the timate strongly that to strike leaders must lie chsrged Minister Dnrnovo. who Imdstad rould be that he had proof bich Culberson referred to tola grants to subsidised roads in to emigres declared that only rates should be charged, 2ftole b said that If congress otvild dele-- f to railroads the power total rate would have power to delegate the S 1STfT to ike commission. Foraker declared the roads, it? Ht la c,rrn,r dTS ton public utilities, were privately torn, and they would bare had the the workmen ratea whether it were given XJ 'xotwltiisisndlnx, doubt is ex- tobrugreBoriioL the forawr attorney T, w the pecnc Mr. Foraker if the eupreme establish hi case, nk ter 2rt' the casq of Field vs. Clark, making agitate fended that congress can lay ?ceriBln rule and then authorise to afply this rule to caaoe, and whether this would end government can Vj Pl' ?ia -i- d-, the influenFe aid that In that case when of the wTtoker allav vln, president was directed to act by nnderflood that Gen- wsJytattoa in en administrative way "fert of BL Potere-era- l Dedulen. he aacert lined a certain ml M w , ,aola to exist, and that it did that he ha resigned t0 delegation of legWa-PowerSed fits ha. taen eucceeded by Mr. tart gen-toe- d Po' LSS.V'!'SS".Vtaii'tia "to fj " j and tta. comanrter iff Em- - 'piard, PJsllent then laid before ! Baron NjIlO the Panama canal appro! pew on tbe rliua-wbri,11' A SIr-- AlHon asked that k of the cook. antioff ' ' a to he commit :ce on ap-- j Ho asylum. pmtera f the and kojr do-diif-Vpnrj l"n,?i!l,!TnJne. j b;i!, ta wrikiag k atiens a the W1I I for iho chief physician be vtod. direct and aecret bv the rli-e.. . cpkin s urged the bill be re- cho fin Hia tin c! ir rinrers of the as is warn an mneifiUCF dexirj'j .ught ej. American Insurance Administration ! Loudon. Dec. 11 English policy' holders in American imuirance companies are determined to Take active measures for the protortioa of their interests. Hitherto While Lhe question was much discussed, evidence of combined ariion baa been lacking. Tha Associated Freer' wafe informed today that the policyholder of the Mutual Life insurance company of New Tork have decided to urge upon the officials of that company ihst the successor to Iticlierd A. McCurdy must be on Insurance man haring the confidence of the BritiaU policyholders and that these policy holders must lie represented on the board of directors. The Associated Press understands that an urgent csblo to this effect was sent to the Mutual officials at New York to day. It may bo staled That a movement is on foot to secure the appointment to the presidency of I). C. 11. Ilaldcman aa the man moat acceptable to the British policyholder. It la suggested that the books should be tubmitied lo a British firm of accoun- l ARGUMENTS IN HEARST - Jerome Reports That Recalcitrant Witness Has Changed His Mind Hadley and the Provident Life LINES WORKING. TELEGRAPH $ arm-iia- HARM THREATS OF ' Albany, New York. Dec. 11 was begun ia tha court of apNear York peals today la las ballot box case. Thera was a very d sfitirat fctsd evili. said Mr. Tillman, but to the Investigation of rebates beat by Mr. Judri and Mr. Harmon. the Instigation of the executive, jjte to such a miserable and pitiable I am getting rather shaky as the sufficiency of that law. It eer-WwiU prove a failure until the jtodeat (tops protecting cabinet of-and wbitewashlng them and un- be does that there never will be thing accomplished under the law." Sr. Foraker said lie had a bill o! which he would explain within 1 S nd could convince any toed mind of the wisdom of his sa He declared that the TUI-tbin end many others offered wre n,1 aeml-offlcisll- Taking ho Chances on h tt . everything but charge. suppos'd that the law waa to reach rebates and similar 2tot among theiuge'.ves and government. "The onlj people who acted is their owh in torts. .Ji were the rerolauotusLs. They knew what they wauled. They otiose the moat effective means to attain It and they are cap bis of adopt lug these means even at tha pile of heavy sacrifices. Th revolutionist hide all their quarrels and .aiuities sad act together far the sad they have In view, which spells dosiruaioa. tint of the resultant chaos tbsy promise new world and an earthly paradise". After admit t lug that tha maulftkt had indirectly Intensified tha revolutionary movement, th premier raid : ' Unfortunately tha people at large taka tha view that k U the govera ment'a business to realize constitutional principle and to fight revolution. Doubt leas th govern men t pan employ fore, hut fore is only au cvideucs of weakness unlesa tt. la leveled fay tiis social conscience against th public enemy. If a community will not struggle against anarchy, no over, meat cun mocerafullr cops with It." Count Witte contended that tha earn arguiuqpt applied to. srnkea With regard to (ha Jewish question ho said it was impossible at the praaeni moment to proclaim equality of rights because such a measure would pr vok appalling bloodshed. ; In ooacluakm tha premier said: ' Unlma all elements of society a haw doa their own diff'cenoffi of op tains and join hands to araist (ho goraca-nen- t in checking anarchy and ia carrying oat th emperor's nuudCeato. tha aluiatioa may ha regarded as truly diaquletiug and aartoua. tntfli the moral help of the eommwnltlr and with he efficacious measures of the government, all may yet fa right ed, but u without (bad help anarchy will until finally ih nation may demand (ha suppression of rsmBtuUua fay fore 'and thra 'it ia not imporolhla that tfab principles wmtodlad la tha manifesto may ha vepaalad or suspended." TO the Rimr Are you wropaead or. caroursa ia aoefeipar OouUt Witte ra plied; If this altarnativa contra ia pass it will ha con tided to somebody qaUd to carry 1L I am ataoredly not ao Ia till matter I am dequalified. void of (ha requisite quantise aatf dte position." eon-gre- tant. Fall at Any Time. M - T TO tion of order within the empire. The municipal board of arbitration has appealed to Premier Wltie to release M. Krnatuleff, president of the executive committee of the workmen'! council, owing to the threats of a general strike unlesa he is liberated. A telegram from Kiel! says the postal aud telegraph strike has ended. Near Tork. Dee. 11. Warhiugtou. Dec. 11. France has refused to iihdraw her note to Veac-suelprotesting against President Caauo's treatment of . Tagny. the French diplomatic representative. M. Juemnd, the French ambassador, had a long confercur with ttecretary lloot today regarding the Veuexuelu situation, wiiich it. can be announced on high authority, la daily worse. France, it U underwood,growing would have taken stej u protect her own interreis in Venezuela before thin had il nut been for the unwillingness of the French government, to make any move which would hinder or ronbar lass the settlement of the American trouhlea with Venezuela. Thia Is thoroughly understood by Reeretory Rool. and although Mr. Russell, tb American minister, is btill endeavoring to assist In reaching a peaceful set tinmen t of affairs at Caracas, the deter m illation with which the ambassador . Da. II The correspondent spoke to the secretary oa behalf of f the Daily Mall at St. Petersburg, the Preach government today, make it clear that French patience Is near I in a dispatch dated December 10, by the breaking point. way of Eydtkuhnea, seeds aa iniv riew with Count Witte la which tha FOR FEDERAL CONTROL. premier 'adicalea that Russia is conwith the alternative of a revoWashington, Dee. 11 A novel meth- fronted lution or violent, coercion. Though the od of seeking federal control over Is proposed lu a tall Intro- count, has not abandoned hope, he la duced today by Representative Laud is not sanguine, and it forcible repression shall become necessary he will, of Indiana. The bill cite that s so ha correspondent, resign has exclusive jurisdiction over the District of Columbia, the territories his tack to other bands. Questioned by (fas correspondent as end the insular possessions of the Vnited Biatva: la consequence author- to tii genesis of the revolutionary Premier Witte attributed ity is given tha department of cons movement. merer and labor to require full auto it rapid development to the grantmenu from all iusurairee companies ing of autonomy to th universities schools where the revolu-tiouar- y doing business within such Jurisdio-- I and tha high forces, hitherto doomed to i tion. He states that publicity ia the j one thing required and that no hutur-- ! crecy. found asylum and sanctuary and ance comilmy can afford to quit bual- absolute freedom for discussion. For, ness in any of the territories named wbm tuts freedom became license so' to avoid govern men t supervision, ciety mill looked oa with stolid indiftherefore all companies will be in ference. Continuing. Count Wills eaid: eluded. Oa any return from Portsmouth I found the country in a difficult posiTHE PANTHER INCIDENT, tion. from which there were only two issues. Tbe problem was thorny and Berlin, Dee. 11 It is fateful, but after long and careful destated (hat the Brazilian government liberation the emperor, who needed no baa not made representations o the acted oa hia own initiaI'nited Buries concerning th German persuasion, never doubting that ha could tive; cruiser Panther incident, nor baa Bra- build and, upon the moral courage and th sil made oertiia naval dispositions be- political good erase of the of cause of ihe affair. It is also denied hia subjects, took the coursemajority at Issuing Biatea has made rep bln snanifeato of October 39 not only thai the United reientalfaw to Germany on the sub- with alacrity' but with pleasure. ject. The fullest Investigation will be Clearly the vast change which tfar mad, and if the German officers were manifesto heralded required time and in fault they will be punished. patience to carry out, but what hap pened waa utterly unexpected, flecFIREMEN ON STRIKE.' tions of (he community-na- y, whole classes went to work ayatamaticall) ' Brunswick. Ga.. .Dec. 11 The engi- to annihilate (heir ewn menus of liveneers and firemen of the Atiantio A lihood and to rain themselves end the Birmingham railroad went out on whole nation. Instead of nailing to strike today. Not a train la moving. preserve order, Ihe people qusrrele I 'artfeac-riflein- NEED NOT BELL TO SMALL MEN. FRANCE WILL NOT WITHDRAW. Coercion Alone Will Prevent Revolution in Sorely Tried Country. Ida.. Dee. 11. flooding, before the Idaho Wool C! rowers' association today, recoin- mended the eautbliftanirut of a refinery a: the salt plant owned by tbe association neat Opiit-n- . Hoie, a ami; giving to the interstate com ame commission the power to fix a nutwaa reasonable rale. When it to Un , - that the other great committees had jurisdiction. Mr. H an ten way asserted that the committee oa . canals could meet tomorrow, if it desired, and explain just what salaries should b paid caual officials. Mr. Tillman said: There should be legislation and the steals stopped even if the president hud loaned the prestige of his great name to the existing condition of affairs." Mr. Teller took the position that the president had been author! sad to create the office and fix their salaries and oongreM ahilild pay them. Thera should be a law fixing the salaries. Mr. Bacon declared he did not see how coo grets can fix the salaries unless it undertakes the hercuiena and impossible task of fixing the salaries of each one composing the vast army of employes on the canal. Mr. Daniel favored the bill going to the appropriation committee, and Mr. Morgan to the cgnal committee. Mr. Morgan read the first section of the bill relating to tbe Issuance of bonds for (130.000,000 and declared that the whole issue is the intention of this PRICE FIVE CENTS But Russian Premier Thinks That Violent n it was over such legislation aa this - followed. 1905. THAN USE COERCION DOL- - ! 12, Portion. a I MltchoUa re-j- j . Chaplain Hila situation to mind in hia referring pointedly to oor-aon ud death, and by praying that aenaie be given -- LL. of the Mdh to bear each other burdens. hill waa At debate on the Tillman aenatora. -4 in by a number of Fonher declared that the bill Zfl fat ita author believed the laws were auffleient to correct id alleged tranaportation ovlla except aaitve ratea, and that them waa Mlt provision for the punishment of Sut giving. Mr. Tillman responded hi he bid thought the lawa auffleient the Investigation began by Hmm. judson and Harmon into the mn Fe ease had terminated in a of REFINERY IS s adjournment was taken without of the lata Senator Mitchell wiO. and ao for the drat time the aries should fixed by statute. Xar a aenator waa permitted to This waa notbe the function of apthe The CZAR THANKS COISACKg. LTuDoottoed by tita aenate. name from propriations committee, he added, but Mr- 'J-- J, 1 section 10 make those bauds bankable "Whea tins has beea doue there is notiung to prevent tk praeilat from turning his back upon congress. eaid Mr. Morgan. "He could say to congress, 1 don't need anv move from you. I have IlSt'.ut'U.-tHH- . and that is all I need.' " tie proicsted against referring the bill to an overa behuiug Republican comm it lee. as he terod tit appropriation committee. The bill aas then reforied to the committee on appropriations on a yea and nay vo:e 40 to 32. The senate then, at 4:0 p. in., went into executive see ioo, and at S : lu Ban Franrisuo, Dec. DECEMBER be another contest over the will of the late hMirese. Bertha M. Do beer, who 4 hill, not deficiency. Mr. Spooner said lost her life by falling from a window New in the hotel in It was an emergeury bill because li Tort, and who left her fortune to her was a deficiency measure. Mr. Allison said he would frankly friend and comjMinlon, Etta Marion DIVORCE FROM REJANE. Ule that the sundry civil appropria- Warren. Oounae for Horatio ficltander, an tion hill should in tlie future carry the Paris, Iter. 11. M. Potal, manager regular canal appropriations unless the uncle of the deceased, filed a petition of the vaudeville theater, was today in the superior court today seeking to resolutions Mhcukl be amended. granted a divorce from hi wife, Mute, It is good old stealing set aside the order of Judge Coffey liejuue. the well kaown Frer.cli aciand not graft. asserted Mr. Tlllicn, admitting tbe will for probate. The petition asks for revocstioa on rcas. Tbe original suit for divorce was to pay such high salaries as are l inntiuued by Mmc. Rejane, but a to caual official!. paid unsound Etta Marion and that mind, 'h? his He mentioned particularly the salWarren Importuned and influenced her ary of llu.ooO to tbe auditor. Mr. Allison declared all these sal- to make aud execute Ih purported it fSirfa TUESDAY MORNING. CITY, UTAH. ANOTHER CONTEST OVER BEER WILL. Maximum Rate Bill Discussed. . Fair Tuesday, colder in Wednesday fair. (RECEIVES FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES) appro-priatioa- t Utah Weather Forecast EXAM aat of w U of the liberals, an edition of which was seised last night, have now struck because Ihe proprietor has refused to pay them for time lost during tha last strike. Is ' exceedingly The situation ominous. PuWic opinion Is practically uiumlmous that tbe government has entered upon the fatal path of reaction and that Wlt-leministry must falL Reaction and revolution confront each othe1 'n a death struggle. oBth General Trepuff and General Count Igna-tlef- f, according to lire popular Impression, are being held in reserve to execute tbe program of repression. It la again said that, the entire Coanck strength of 400,000 will b mobilised lu the supreme effort to crush thel revolutionary force. General Pareenoft said: I think we are eoming to river of blood, in which the revolutionary party will lose their game and Ruv sta her liberty.' Certainly the appearance of 8L Petersburg and the events here today teem to Justify this black picture of the future. The capital resembles a great military camp. The patrols g everywhere were doubled, and cannon rambled through the streets. What happened smacked strangely of the old regime. A large workmen's meeting was dispersed by Cossacks. Tha building In which tbe executive committee of the League of Leagues meets was surrounded by troops and no one was permitted to enter lL The colonel in command re plying to all Inquiries: I have my orders. At tire iue time a vast meeting of "loyalists waa freely permitted, at which speeches were made extolling the emperor and tbe government, to cap the climax the funeral of Lieutenant General Rakhsroff, former minister of war. who was assassinated by Rara-toDecember 3th, with an imposing array of military, representing 'all arm of the service artillery.- Iiorse guards and foot noldiea paed np the Nevsky Foaped between sullen crowds. The remnants of the workmen's council, with delegate from the railroad men's union and other organisations. are holding a meeting tonight to decide the question of a general strike. If the government, deliberately plans a challenge now. It has chosen Its time well, ns the fund of the organization are low. and many workmen are tired of th strike and of starvation. It is uodwrsiood that when M. Krn-tslewas srresred yesterday a cash box containing Si.f0ft was captured. Some of tbe. leaders have labcd themerlve into fury and are urging that the government' chalHage must he jmmedipiHy erreined. grim-lookin- ff ff 8L Petersburg. Dec. 117:30. Tbe telegraph lines form Monrow, Revel, Kieff, Kasan, Archangel and Novgorod were working today. Many of the have resumed work, and It 1 lielievod that the strike is collapsing. The malls have not arrived from the south owing lo the railway strike. Intelligence from tbe provinces Is Impatiently awaited, especially details of the mutinies. The government has apparently had to resort to general coercion. U.P.Wreck In Wyoming Scene of Its Disappearance. New York, Dec. II Tha life Insurance Investigating comities appeared tonight to have succeeded in ita attempt to make Tbonuq R. Ryan divulge whit E. H. Hsrriman raid or threatened to do to influence him to divide his control of the Equitable life Assurance society. District Attorasked by ney W. T. Jerome, who w Hi' commit toe to take stepsto punish Mr. Ryan for refusing to answer ihe question about Mr. Hsrriman. reported to tbe commit tee loduy that he hav informed Mr. Ryan's counsel that Mr. Ryan ought to answer. Mr. Jerome also wrote to tbe committee that he believes Mr. Ryan will answar If brought before the committee again. Mr. Ryan, who bought SOS shares of legi-Lti- the stock of the Equitable IJf Assurance society last summer and placed them in a trust, to be voted by three truilee. of whom Grover Cleveland is one. was on the witness stand before ihe insurance investigating committee hit Friday. He testified that on of the the dv he got. possession presiEquitable stock B. H. itarrinian, Southdent of the Union Pacific and ern Pacific railroads, and a director of ihe Equitable society, asked him for a vhare of the stock. IVliat Mr. llsrrl-ma- n said to him to indues him to part with that stock, Mr. Ryan refused to tell the remittee. Mr. Hughes declined to say when Mr. Ryan will bn recalled, but It is he will take the witness 'land tomorrow or the following day. Subsequently Gutherie. Cravath and Henderson, reunsrl for Mr. Ryan, gave out a statement that they have advised Mr. Ryan that he should answer tbe qu lions and that he is prepared to do o whenever recalled by the Investigating commute'. To that ctatement was attached a letter from District Attorney Jerome to Paul D. Cravathto advising him that Mr. Ryan ought A answer the quehtions and adding. though 1 folly appreciate the motives which led him lo refuse to answer until the question of law involved could be mads clear. The committee was engaged for a part of the time tdday In inquiring into the affair of the Provident Life A wuranne societr of Nw York. Charle E. Hugh', counsel for the committee, had brought out by pnre questioning Edward M. 8cott. the when Went of that company, that Frank F. Hadley, of New Bedford. Mas., wcdiviI control of the company he borrowed (162,000 from the romtip ps d on his collateral notes lo psycomfor the stock of the Insurance pany. Mr. Scott testified that Mr. and Iiadley never repaid those loans resl-ithat the murnre company only (sn.tWHj on the sal' of the collstpre-unif- ed Denver, Colo., l)ec. 11 A special to the Times from Rock Springs, Wyo Ninety thousand dollars in gold belonging to a shipper whose name the railroad and express companies will not disclose, was la one of tbe ear of the overland limited which was wrecked and burned last week at Ah found. Bay, and it cannot be , . , C,e.ri division that one of tbe incidents of the wreck was tha consuming of 309 sacks of Australian mall by tire. of the Oiuaba-Ogde- n TO IDENTIFY BODY. Kav-,ln- San Diego. Cal., Dec. 11 Col. Fi'wi Jewell, whose brother's remains are said to have been found and identified ftesr Llano. Mexico, baa Instructed M. E. linpgw'l and a former employe of Luther Jewell to so to Llano for the purpose of making an identification. If the identity Is established the body will be buried is Mexico. Col. jawell ray s If doubt, exists he hintrelf will go to I Jana although his life has been threatened if be should refn to Mextecx J w - s. At I- . jc.te pt vdt .' ea)aMKffif 4 ral. The companies In which Mr. Hadley was interested fail'd and he died. It oot Ihe Inauraaee company Just (ISOjtxiO for Mr. Hadley to get control erf it "said Mr. Hughes. Besides thc(C2.0oq ho had borrowed $M0.-00- 0 to pay for tha assurance companys stock and had put up that stuck as Mr. Hrott tmliflad that h' collateral. bought that stock at auction, after Mr. Hadley's death and borrowed the w York Secumoney do it from tha rities and Trust company. John A. McCall, prcaidcat of the New York Life insurance company, M r. Breit said, stood tack of him fa Ihe negotiation for the loan. Other witnesses have testified that the NVw York Ufa Insurance company controlled the Security and Trust company. After he gut control of IhB Sir. Seen, raid John compiuy brother-in-lal. of John A. Horne, was made comptroller of the Provident Savings Life Assurance company at (10.M0 a year. Mr. Scott testified al-- o that hi four sons and a nephew are employed by the company of which he la president. Mr. Hughe pointed out that although the Provident Life wrote (105- OUO.oOb of insurance in the last five years, it lot a torn I of (17tMMi0.nnu of insurance, a net loss of (S.nw.Ofifl. He asked If (his did not Indicate n high LTbneusfd nit .ir;Mr Hujhra .iWthe witness t. Mc-cal- large attendance of lawyer aad pacta lor. The contest represent the contention of W. R. Heist, John Ford nnd Judge Plillp Pokes, municipal ownership candidate, that at the election of Nor. 7, they were rightfully elected the office of mayor, respectively-tcomptroller and preeidenl of the hoard of alderman of Greater N'W York and tids would ha 'liown by a isrotiut of the vote. Judge Parker, reprinting ihe claims of Mayor Mci.'lolian and his Democratic colleagues, declared there ia tun bin lo be found In the election ihe law which in- term authorise rourt- - to direct cither a rowiunt of a reejnva of the vote. A recount cannot be ordered even tiiongh discrepancies exist- - between ilia tally sheer and the ballot clerks' return. (be law require that j Ha held that ihe conn i obtll be finally mad' hr the and lnpcnora on the night of rlrction Dial if an actual mlntake a nisde tt wa the duty of ihe iuspecior thru and there to make a recount. If th failure to recount, a provided, may be enforced by mandamus after the ballots have boon placed in ibe box and ir Is locked and scal'd, be asked, omi-sio- n why may not every act of lie enforced by mandumus. He nrgued ! that the suime in the case doe notas to other omismhorize 7""" T : t Xw dSlo? "in taiwSi (whether it involves ihe election of a city: ?v"rw W ill ,Pta"rpVnJt,L. The wltncra ! state aud presidential be elector. Mid th wpirFB in tnf report of too fudigtiai weeks, perhaps correct. even years. M.r Hughes read from a statement Corporation Cound Delaney, ufd of the legal expen res of the Provident. counsel for Mayor McClellan, romend-'mem five list of Life company pay that Mr. Hoars t and hi.-- col- '- - 1 . SSE 9 ,JT" j CK'rysrjsr skis:ii te.ffgrSin, a n.i VcXek jr o Mr- - tuok lhC Md vssc of tb ihe amourtaif the other not vlritedVhe inMiianc de- Hamilton had ilsrS PKT,15L,5w il0,T- - J i to recount iMprtors 01 ntandamu writ w the Tto d ithe'clST otn een PIC S5Sl SSSto of the li du!' was tut- - nd"r V t'u ti mlSako, I. presumed that the legislature sTa?etoY ii must be permleston for ne Provident Savingsa election law. intended framing ihe ! Life Insurance company to issue hould pur nd t on which year ehould policy on tha first of tthe riiuiiefl cwns the Hint nnti regular The company i VR 1b? jeermloiion. sel for the compnny. In which the company in a re-ist- Itamil- - j tttbewe. con ' rost to 1S?5 portent Inleresia of individual aultor. 1. Dec. Represent Washington. tent Ion of ihe state insurance d'tpair-mcii- t live Fulwr of New York today tn!r of New York that the law a resolutlou of sympathy fat a tax on premiums was retro-nctiv- duced Russian Jew The company won the case. . K 1 ! S y'