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ADVtKl lSc IN FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS iHt DISPATCHES UTAH WEATHER FORECAST EXAMINER for the price it charges, it is the eest advertising medium INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE THE EXAMINER THE CITY REACHES THE COUNTY AS WELL OUR SUBSCRIPAJ THE CITY. TION BOOKS ARE OPEN TO ADVERTISERS IN VOL III NO. WEATHER WILL BE FAIR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. OGDEN 14 PRICE NOVEMBER LUSH THE ORDERS A PULL INVESTIGATION FIVE CENTS M MESSAGE STATE COMMITTEE DEMOCRATIC MORNING. SATURDAY UTAH. CITY. AS RESULT OE COLLAPSE IN MGHT FROM TRANSFERRED MAYFLOWER TO LOUISIANA. Charges Preferred Against Senator McCarren and the Kings County Committee, Alleging That M'Carren Has Knifed the Head of the Ticket New York. Nov. 9. The Democratic stale committee met here today and 10 IS adopted a resolub, a tote of tion providing for an investigation of the conduct of the Kings comity Democratic organisation, headed by State Senator Patrick 11. McCarren, during the campaign Juki doted. Demo of A delegation crata. beaded hr Patrick Hayet. warden ot the Kings county penitentiary, and a former leader of one of the assembly districts included lit McCar-ri'n'i- t senatorial district, preferred chargei. against the senator and the Kings county committee. It was al' leged that McCarren had 'knifed the load of the ticket and urged his followers to do the same. The state committee also took steps to defend any action that may be taken by the Republicans to overthrow the pluralities which seem to exist In favor of the Democratic candidatea on the state state ticket front lieutenant governor i Bro-ikly- gov-,-n,.- -: n." s, ny i pur-lew- wlti-.er- -- man-agme- et, pro-'''tin- g repre--ecisiiv- ncl-ide- 1 4 I FOBJKE ISTKMIK At Noon tho Louisian Hatteraa Patted Cape Sea Smooth, Architect Austin Ascribes Disaster to Premature Removal of Support of Concrete Work on Fifth Floor, Alleging That the Concrete All Wall. His Removal Called For signed. Mr. Beliuout had been serving on the committee temporarily since ihe Buffalo couveutii-n- , at which time he was appointed by the Nassau county delegates, who ufterward were unseated. Mr. Belmont voluntarily retired today to make way on the committee for former Senator Edward A. Bailey of Parchogue, bong Island. Senator Patrick H. McCarren said today, after the meeting of Ihe Democratic state committee: 'They can take any action they wish, but they cannot remove me and the seven other Brooklyn men as members of the state committee. Ine voters of our district elected us. and any court will hold that action looking to our removal by the slate committee would be illegal. 1 intend to fight every movement, and will, of course, go to the highest courts if necessary. In the meantime 1 reminded Mr. Conners that, there had been Hearat disloyalty In Erie, but he did nothing about It. Mr. Hears! was di.wn. fair Stuyveaant ('hauler, the Dem- knifed all oTer the slate, end It la to assume that investigation of all ocratic candidate for lieutenant of state committeemen will be made.".. William Schuyler Jack-o- n Buffalo, the Democratic candidate for hunrricy general: Chcirntan W. J. Conners. who presided ; leader Charles F. STONE INDICTED Murphy of Tammany Hall: Senator McCarren of Bruoklyn and Norman E. IN CINCINNATI Mack of Buffalo. Democratic national committeeman, were among those pres-i-n- i. Mas F. Ihmeen, state chairman Was Located and Submitted to an Inif the Independence league, arrived at terview, but Escaped Before the ihe tillaey house anon after the comOfficers Cculd Arrest Him. mittee met and ana in consultation with a number of the membera, although he did not attend the session. Call for Removal of McCarron. Cincinnati, Nov. 9. Franklin Stone, Warden Hayes and hi formerly of Philadelphia and now givwith the committee for forty ing Paris as his home, who is wanted minutes, and during that time there by the. government on an Indictment were frequent outbursts of applause. charging misuse of the malls In the The delegation asked that Senator Btorey company's transactions, involvbe relieved from further ing the loss of several millions of vice en the committee. It was declar- dollars, was In Cincinnati today,, but ed by the spokesman that "McCarrenfe disappeared before the officials could The apprehend Mm. Laat year the Philaplace is with the Rspubllcans. petit Ion which waa presented declared, delphia papers began a campaign concerns in among 'other things, that McCarren against tjie openly advocated the election of the that city, and among them the 8torey nominees of the llepitbllcan party and Cotton company was named. A nin used the election machinery and tho on that concern followed, and Anally King eoupty committee to accomplish lta failure was announced with liabiliIndictments the defeat of the regular Democratic ties of about $7,000,000. were returned against Stone and F. candidate for governor. It waa asserted that Ihe action of Swart Storey, president of the comSenator McCarren and ihe Kings coun- pany. Both had disappeared, howthfc Demo- ever, as also bad Mrs. Sophia lng, ty committee "deal roved ' cratic organization of the county and the stenographer. The officials failed made that organization simply an an- to locate them, although they were nex or ally of the Republican orgit-ixatinheard from In various parts of the world. Stone was reported to be in In conclusion the petition asked that this city yesterday and was finally not only Benator McCarren, but all located and subjected to an Interview the other members of the committee today. He said Paris waa now his from Kings county be rempyed. home, and that he had several big deals on hand. Asked If he was afraid McCarren Replies. McCarren declared in reply that at of arrest he said: have nerer been arrested Well, a meeting of the Kings county commitParis know tee he had aald some things about Mr. yet. More Americans in me than know the. American ambasilearat. and If the opportunity I am not trying to hide. I am he declared, I shall repent sador. by the federal offliient. AVhen a fellow hits you on the got wanted now If ever 1 was wanted by them. jaw I do not believe In turning the icers. broken down Americans ' her cheek, 1 believe In striking back, I send moreflrst class tickets than any home with s'raight from the shoulder. It, on an- other American In Europe. other occasion I could make my state-me-n I sailed abroad a week before the is regarding Mr. Hearat any more went Into Cotton company Btorey 1 Mr. eo. do should emphatic certainly I'ncle Bam has no case Hay-.who la here opposing me, nev- bankruptcy. with er voted a Demon at ic ticket in bis life. against me. I was not connected all and 1 know nothhare never voted a Republican ticket that concern at Indicted until 1 arrived that I knifed Ihe ticket of. the ing of being side. I am charged with Hiiffalo convention. Aa to Mr. Hear!, on the other malls. This is not an of the misuse recard him aa the bolter, not my seif, offense, snd consequently ini the Kings organisation regarded extraditable Uncle Bam has never bothered me, him as a bolter." all charges have The motion to investigate the Kinga gnd I believe that as far as 1 am conbeen roiui'y organisation waa carried. The cerned.withdrawn, 1 although really believe 1 was Investigating committee will lie named never considered as Involved more later. than as a possible witness. Resolutions Adopted, The fact is. no person connected IV. Bourke Cockran then offered n with the Btorey Cotton company can "'solution. which waa adopted, declari- be convicted, simply because every ng hat each member of this commit-- c person who deposited, money with that lie instructed to place htmnelf In concern signed a contract permitting o.inmunication immediately with all the company to invest their money in local representatives of the party or- whateoever'lt saw fit." e Mr. 8tone said that President Stoganization In hU district with the of verifying the reports of the rey waa living in London, but was In late eiectlnn." very poor health. Tlie resolution also said: "'Vhlle we regret- - profoundly that 'it cumliilatM for governor haa him self SECRETARY W. H. TAFT fallen a victim to the rancor of the rfi public enemies against whose AT FORT SHERIDAN enormities hia candidacy was a revolt, 'ir deepest concern is for the aininter OX "'Suits entailed on the people. Tour of Inspection of i e. the first (originally planned last Says the Present , Forts Is to ges If Small Ones but deferred while there Cannot Bs Morged. a possibility of Mr. Hearat's c'ectlon. and which has followed wltb- - twenty-fou- r hours of hli defeat) la f.e deposition from the Chicago. Nov. 9. Secretary of War presidency of a great railway of a man whose record William H. Taft came to Chicago tie "f brilliant business success la tin- - day, inspected Fort Sheridan and af- Mined ji unclouded by the slightest ter being entertained at a luncheon at uoral reproach, on the ground, cynics the Auditorium tonight by a number i vowed by his executioners, that the of army clflcers left for Fort Leaven'nurse of rectitude and probity which worth, Kan. While In Chicago, Seche haa pursued ronatitutea a claim ul retary Taft said that hia preaent tour of hia fellow directors. Tlila of Inspection of the forts was to deirloriy grant outrage on common decency termine If the smaller ones could not hlch. if the Democratic candidate be merged with the larger ones. ! governor had been elected, would My visit to Chicago," said he. has never have been attempted, while nothing to do with an alleged chage 'nilnotis nr the length to which expo- against Col. Pitcher for alleged abuse nents of rottenness in corporate of colored troops. I came to look over encaur-ar- 1 the condition of the fort and to see If now feel t hem-civto venture. . tiiu- -t nerve Demo-'"'m'- s It cannot be enlarged sufficiently for a to added watchfulness In brigade fert Instead of a regimental such ft nits of conscientious one, as at present. It K sufficiently a- hare aucceeded in withetanrt-n- g largs for 'the Increase and the change the blighting end abhorrent influ-r.c- o may be made within a shun time." u, which Mr. Hughes owes hia Regarding the Cuban situation, be eection." ssld: KiiWf-ioii- i to the meeting il was . Things there are moving fairly well. o .innoun-It Is hard say, however, when the I. B. 'hat Perry Belmont, rvom the senatorial (lls(rlrt troops will be removed from the island. in Nnau county, had re One thing in cetlain, and that Is that wi IS HEADED Had Not Sufficient Time to Set. Washington. Nov. 9. -- Advices received in Washington today allow tea; the President, who Is aboard the bat such a ktep will not lie take until ileahip lxmltlaaa, headed for the istl: in that country is assured. The peo- taus uf Panama, to well un hia wa, ple niui-- t show us they can and will iheie. The transfer from the yacht govern themselves aud will refrain Mayflower, on which-- he start' aa-- . from iuirtnal airife. When that ia made from Washington to tue IxiuL done and we are satisfied, thru it will tana, took place last Jiiight lu Chesu he time to talk of removing the troops. peake hay. The ship1 passed out the It may be soon and maybe not. They capes tost early this morning, aim may be needed in some other place. at noun passed Cape Hatteraa. The Cuba Is a line country If tightly gov- latest news given out by Secretary ,I lAveb concerning the wkereaboute erned and cared tor. Asked if the government would al- the vessel was contained in tho fol low civic bodies to visit the Panama lowing dispatch from Capt. Couden, canal on Inspection tour, Secretary commanding tho Louisiana: "At noun the Louisiana passed Cape Taft said: They will lie welcomed. 1 believo Halt eras. Sea smooth; all well. U would be a good thing for Chicago, Secretary Lueb experts but one lues Ht. ijoulefl Cincinnati, Boston snd othsage a day from the President er places to send representative busiintervene which reness men to the Isthmus and secure a quire more Xrequeut couimunlcatious personal Impression of the Wirk snd Any matter which requl.es the Presiof its subsequent benefit to the United dent's special attention will be com Blares. 1 am sure President Roosevelt nmulcaied to him by wireless telewould like such visits. 1 believe his graph. Small bulletins of the important present visit to Panama will have benwill cheer and stim news of the day will also lie made up eficial results. ulate the people, encourage the wurk In Washington and neut to the President so that he may he kept accuand hasten Vt completion." rately and const sully informed of what Is going ia In the United States. WARNED OF HOLDUP. With no Ling Beach, Cal., Nov. miug save the cue ul the w oil, men a bn firm felt the flour sag beneath licit- feel, life stories ef the central Bixby Uni cl ting .f the new oKapse.l at h:3o this moruing. carry up nine men to death in the tons wreckage. About Kill arliaaiia and laborer were wattered llimugli he Htruclure at the m. uncut it fell. :lid of these nearly a hundred wete Five a tried dawn in the ruin. dies have been taken front the umsa f debris iu llie Iwsemeiir aud one of Beach .he Injured died at Ihe Three other bodies have nrepital. leeii located under the ruins, tusking .line the total kitowti deud. Thirteen men on the contract ore' rolls are for. and nine injured are : elng eared for at the hospital. None ,.f the injured will die. The dead: H. M. 1erklns. rmirifto wntker, l REVIEW OF ELECTIONS BY WILLIAM J. BRYAN Regrets Defeat ef Hsarst late lids afternoon. - M. lblllllM. 09 Maple avcutie. law Angelos; died of injuries. The injured : K. P. Watson, severely ; lacerations, grnt broken. W. Schuttls, severe bruises ami lacerations. Alexander lUtvay. crushed and l ilts broken. George Parker, latng Hcttcli, shoulder tllHlncnted. F. H. Itulay, severely ml niton t head. G. H. Rlnabatgei. leg broken. J. J. Walsh, Ixtiig Beach; leg amknee. putated E. Nlchulsntt, ltoug Beach: fell five jitories, sprained ankle; released from hospital after Injury dressed. Alexander Zozsy, bsdly crushed. The missing: W. M. Johnson, F, Psx. P. Vsiidt-rs- . Jansen. A. D. Deshax-r- . I Lopes, M. J. Wilson. 8. E. Norton, laltorers; A. G. lamg, lgiubt ifelker, C. Johnson. R. E. I'utinliiK-ham- . Buloch, carpenters; Giatifiod at Revolts in Missouri Result Shows Democratic Trend. I- ROOSEVELT THE CICERO English Comment on RacSnt Elections fttylss Roosovalt ths Father of Hit Country. train and rob the express car about noon today at Kosemont. twenty-onmiles west of this city. The daring holdup was not put Into execution, as the train rushed by Rnsemonl at high Root, that Ihe laate 'tlcparl-men- i will not take any action (lining Mr. Hoowevelt'a atuanoe. Since the announcement of the purpose to appoint to a csotuet lauditon Mr. Meyer, and the Ion of Lloyd (irtaooui. now at Rio Janeiro, to till Mr. Meyer's place at St. Petersburg, there have been many predictions as tu Mr. Griscom'a slicceasur iu Rio Janeiro. Charles Page Bryan, the miuiaier to Portugal. Is frequently mem tuned as the moat likely candidate for the Brazilian post. It Is generally conceded that Minister Barrett, now in this country, will not return to Bogota, aud Leslie 1. ttoUHia. th American minister to Guatemala aud Honduras, Is mentioned for the Colombian pool. attig Beach. . ('Hilton Brashest-- Signal Hill, near Beach. L.tttg A. Benxensu. laborer. Alliert Hartle, carpenter. Long Beach. One unidentified body, recovered IIEARST THE CATAUNE, Colorado Springs, Colo.. Nov. 9. Railroad uieu here were warned today of a plot to hold up a Cripple Creek has - 1 1 Railroad Men Warned of a Plot to Hold Up Train. gia'ifieil. as Secretary cuiiiiiy aiiimuni-tH- a Uiicoln, Neb., Nov. 9. Commenting I be reunite of Tuesdays elertlon, William J. Bryan gels considerable aaiiafsctloii lu viewing the outcome from a Democralic Ktaiulni)t. He regrets tho defeat of W, R. Hearat in New York, but ranuot see where President Roosevelt can And any comfort til tii vole of tbe Empire state. Mr. Hrvau says the Preatiient'g personal attack on Mr. Hearat was tn very had on The leading weekreviews make the recent eiecUow in was hatched a few days ago in Cripple New York stale a feature of their rum' tasta. and he Insists that the attack uient. The Saturday Review describes did m favorably Impress iho public. Creek. The train leaves this city every William IL Hearat as toe Catalina if Particularly gratifying to the Democratic heart, says Mr. Bryan, is the morning and frequently carries largo Amerioois peMtkts, gnd. JYeldent return of Mlnsnuri tn Ihe fold, in a shipments of gold and silver, to be Roosevelt aa Clenro ebd "lather of hia statement Issued tonight Mr. Bryan used In paying off the miners at the country," who saved It by coming from gold camp. Information of the Intend- "Oyster Bay to vote In .New York." says' the paper says Mr. ed holdup was conveyed to the Wells-Farg- o "The election of lieu; Indicates a Continuing, trend in favor of the Democratic Express company's officials, Hearat did not altogether fail In doing with the result, that when the train what he set out to do. He is defeated, )urt, InII piuvea tbit ths IVniocretlc left here this morning heavily armed bnt not crushed as a presidential canparty growing strongsr aa Repubmen were taken Into the express car didate, who should he Mr. llrysn and lican policies are developed. In New a signal vicYork tlie party snd hidden. The car is reported to Mr. Hearat rolled into one. Such a plumber. In spite' of ths tremendous efhave had on board a large sum of candidate would have a magnificent tory t the collapse of forts put forth in hehnlf of ths adImmediately afu-money 1o he used in paying off the chance. the structure hundreds of bystandera ministration. The Repulillrnns bad The Outlook nay: miners at the Cripple Creek mines. The election fnnu first to last is lent witling aid In the work uf res- a.l tlm money they wanted; they had Salt Lake tlie among the most dramatic episodes of cue. The Southern Pacific, aupport of all ths grest eorpora-tinUHtnl at ths close they had whatAmerican politics. President Roosevelt and Pacific Electric roads sent crews COMPANIES CONTROLLED under the and to scene, laborers (he of of Mr. In his tremendous indictment ever Influence the aduilnlrit ration Hearat imperiled his own credit. Noth- direct Inn of Uity Marshal Young. could iimd. The fAet that the Dsnio BY STANDARD OIL Contractor Spaland Downs rrsta elected every stale officer exing but the overwhelming response of Mayor ding, the task of removing ihe wreck- cepting the governor shown that In the people could have Justified this was begun. the Empire stole the Republican party appeal and this was not age Ksrt Admits: That ths Standard OH Company H. Seventh regiment. N. has been repudiated, The dfeal of forthcoming." and lines out viere was called Company Controls ths Indiana The Spectator believes that defest G. ('.. Mr. H caret, the Democratic and Indeand ths IWstsrs-Pisreall but the by so narrow a margin shows butty thrown about Jhe building, pendence league candidate for govexcluded. Ihe reality of Mr. Henrsts power and rescuers being ernor, while a great disappointment Pitiful Scenes. to his friends and to the party, is exthe depth of ths grievances which he St. Ixiuis. Nov. 9. Mr. Kert admit- professed to remedy, and adds: Pitiful scenes were enacted among plained bv facts which rob Mr. Mr. Hearat remslner a vigorous the throngs who stood outside the Hughes' victory of both glory and poted that the Standard Oil company of Indiana controls the Watert-Plercand dangerott force In American poli- lines walling for news. An aaeri ll lira I significance. Mr. McCarren, tics." the Reputilic and the St. lnils mnther ul all dav long on the bluff whom Mr. Hearat denounced as a oil companies, although the Then, speaking lieaeimlstlcally, the overlooking the hotel, weeping 'and boas, threw bis Influence to Hughes watching for the body of her sun. Five and cut down Mr. Hea rat's vote In subsidiary companies are active com- paper says: The conduct of ihe election was a tlmemlhe stretcher . bearers were Brooklyn. Mayor McClellan, the lepetitors for businees in St. Louis. He ' admitted that ths agreement had been disgrace to both parties; the whole called, and. headed by a Catholic gality of whose elect! m Mr. Hearat and business, from beginning to end, wna a priest, a little procession emerged nsd denied, used his Influence for Mr. made between the Waters-Plerc- e the Standard companies regarding ter- painful proof of the degradation of pttb--. from ihe building to where the under- Hughes and cut down Ihe Hearat vote io New York. Mr. Jerome, the prosetakers wagons wore waiting. ritory that company, was to do busi- lie life In the Untied States. In conclusion. the Spectator say the ness in. and told of the allotment uf At the flrst call for help the wom- cuting attorney of New York. who food for had bIho been attacked by Mr. Iloarst, the territory. He also testified that fact that almost half the people of the en of Iuig Bescli prejwred the selling prices of the Waters-Plercstates should regard Mr. Hear-- t as the rescuers and established commis- supported the Republican ticket and i and the other companies were fixed their political savior." and bow a sar v tables near the building. When hia influence was felt In Greater New Mr. Croker, during the last by the Standard. Under the further i grateful knee to Tammany Hall." It became apparent that the bottom York. something very ot the ruins would nut be reached to- days of ihe campaign, made an attack rigid examination of Attorney Gen- shows that there t eral Hadley the witnesa testified that rotten In American society." night, lights were placed over Ihe ilium Mr. ilearat which doubtless the WateriePierce, Republic and St. wreckage that the woik might not lie wenkeiied Die Democratic candidate IjOiiIb international companies each interrupted. Late In the day the Salt among the Tsumianyltes. Mr. Murphy, had managers who solicited business ARCHBISHOP IRELAND Lake railroad brought a steunt cram the leader of Tammany, while supand often Cut the prices to obtain the to the bluff behind the hole!, where porting the ticket, could not put much IN ELOQUENT SPEECH It could be used to move the homier entliiiaiaani Into tbe campaign owing largest showing to be made to the head company, the Standard. He said to the personal controversies which pieces of wrecksge. I Causes Assigned. that Instructions were given to the lie haa had with Mr. Hearat. Il la eviWaters-Plerc- e ratiHc an assigned for dent. therefore, that Mr. Hughes owes company not to enGlowing Tribute to tho Greatnoos theConflicting of the central wing, and ills croach upon the territory of the Stand- Pays voctory not to Republican vote, collapse and Our of Patriotism Country ard company outside of St. Louis and to investigate the disaster a commis- bill tu Deniocrnllc votes brought to Soldiers. Our of to remain strictly In the territory alsion of archil ecu ami engineers was him by The very men whom be and lotted to the company. have been dethis afternoon appointed. The the Republican Eckert testified that the Waters-Plerc- e ouislsis of Architeets Mr-- nouncing for years. Council Bluff, lows. Nov. 9. The gan. Kremple. Albright. WhlHesey. T. Roosevelts Attack. company cut the price of oil so low In Jefferson City that an Inde- closing event of the reunion of the P. Osborne. Ijewtw Parker of I is An"Uresidcnt Roosevelt can mil find buildwas e Tennea-etho banquet geles: I. H. Hellmsn. concrete pendent oil company quit business Army of very much chum- - for rejoicing in the there. New York ret in ns. To have hia own at the Grand hotel tonight. ing Inspector of lis Angelos; In reply to a question from the The ninet notable speech wan that Carl Ionsrdi of J Angeles; state gn Democratic cannot be graticounsel for the defense regarding the of A roll bishop lieiatid in response to Cspt. Fries anil Capt. Amos. Cniled fying to him. snd to find that bis permethod of keeping the business of tho toast. Our After pay- States engineers: President Daub F. sonal al'ack upon Mr. Ilearat had liton ihe result compared Angeles tle lnfl'i'-nccompetitors down, the witness said ing a glowing tribute to the wonderful Sprck. president of tho that whenever a competitor undersold growth In all that makes for greatness Architects' association: Thomas Felwith the Influence exerted by McUar-n-u- . Waters-Plerc- e the Croker and McClellan, will not company a repre- in the nation and tu the patriotism of lows. assistant building Inspector of comsentative of the Waters-Plercthe people aud especially of the veterx)k Angeles, and Austin Brown and gladden ills Thanksgiving day. The mchi-tertUreiddeiit'K personal attack on Mr. pany would find out the next, - day, ans of the civil war. which have made C. H. Crang. representing the for the hotel, IlearM when he called, and would notify- the that growth posed I". Archbishop Ireaa In bad taste, to say mo and the The company would then land raid: company. Tho new hotel Is built on the liesch least, and that the atiack did mu favallow the consumer a rebate equal to In the present and facing the ocean. To this fact orably linprea the public ought to le "That all i the price of the competitor unless It condition we mum it'd assert, hut this Contractor A. F. Spaulding attributes a warning for the future. could arrange satlsfactnrllv otherwise. we must assert, that nothing should the disaster, claiming that the footMr. Hearat is. irT course, dia.ipiuiint-ed- . The witness said that the company be done subversive uf public order, de- ings were Insecure and weakened the and yet. alien ail the facts ure always maintained higher prices In structive of the spirit of the country structure. known, he has much to congratulate the country districts, from to 1 and of its institutions. The wild anohn A. Austin of the Arm of Austin himself upon. He made a tremendous cent a gallon, and that the customers archist. the would-bare pub- A Brown, architects for the building, fight against great odds, and while he would readily pay the price because lic enemies of society, whom to tojer-at- e ascribes the disaster to the premature himself failed of election, hia heroic the facilities of the Waters-Plerc- e la to tolerate ripen sedition. An removal of the support of the eoncreie nt niggle brought victory to the real company would enable prompt deliv- enemy, too, of public order is the work on the fifth floor, alleging that of the ticket. Ah tbe real of the ticket ery, while competitors wen not able workingman who. refusing bis own la- the cement had lieen given but three stood for the shtiih principles for to' supply the Customers regularlv. bor. deters by violence a brother workinstead of six weeks to set. which he contended. It is evident that Upon further examination Mr. Eck- man from hia offering of his labor, as Almost without exception the men he Is vindicated mi the posit Uni takert admitted1 that the Standard Oil la even In n greater degree the strong contend that the building fell from en, and 'his must la more gratifying company owned much stock of the and the powerful who override the ltw the top, carrying liic lower floors to him than any l victory cmild Waters-Plerc- e company, but be did of the land in carrj ing out the scheme with It. he. Hts personal enemies have not have personal knowledge whether of their ambition. to his defeat, but th" triumph it was a minority or a majority stock. SECRET SERVICE. "Private preiiery aud the right of of hia ideas at 111 leaves him in a posi-Waters-Plerce He esilfled that the holding. of tlie tion to continue the Hgh for iho proevery man to own and company had made dally re- frail s of brain and hand must be re- Prospsetivc Changes Awaited With In- tection of the pitWic against encroachterest by Diplomats. ports to the Standard Oil company at garded ss sacred and inviolable. It la ment of predatory wealth. 2fi Broadway, New York, saying that the corner stone of the social strucy If the trend 'toward the reports consisted of general sta- ture. Destroy it. weaken It. you arrest Nov Diplomats continues as strong for the next tw Washington. tistic. showing the fiscal condition of ambition and effort ; yon gtve room to who are watohin with great interest years ss it has been for the lsat two company, also total carelessness of the morrow, tn indo- the prospective changes In the Amer- years. New York can in counted the Waters-Plercsales and net results of file company. lence and Idleness : you establish bap ican secret service must wait until among the Democratic steles In 19". The hearing was adjourned until next after the Presidents return from and Mr. Hearat is In a jawitiou to do Wednesday morning (Continue'! on Page Three) Pa:;rr. ami Pr.riu Rico to have their valiant work in securing a nat it:i,il speed. Mo far as can be learned the London, Nov. 10. plot ly Iiuh'-wo- a ! 1 e. Inter-natlon- . e ! - 1 Cun-tract- s e e asi-as-l- . pen-ona- d!ee e triumph for progressive Dcxrocrstie ideas. Democratic Gains. The Democratic gains ia congress have net been ss great as tho party expected, hut they hare been to make it probable that tbo iieiuocrute will control the cougreaa to be elected In 19UK." in nearly all the legislatures In the middle states the Jleniocrais have made decided gains, aud these promise much for the senatorial contests which Uko place two years hence. "In lews, Kansas and California tbe IieniiH-ratmade a splendid fight for their gubernatorial ticket. The reduction of Governor Cummins majority from more than To.tNiu to about 8U.0OD pula loa in the doubtful column for two years hence. Hannas snd California ran u longer he claimed as eeilalnly Republican. The light made by Mr. Harris to the former stale and by Mr. Hell in the latter glvo more than a reasonable hope of success two years hem's. The victory in Missouri wilt bring Joy to eiery fiemoeratic heart. A wall went up when Missouri dropped .out of the Demoeretlc column two years ago. Her return Is greeted with widespread rejoicing. Oklahoma, tho near state, conies tn with g rousiug Demoeratic majority. The constitution will he written by the Democrats and she will send two aoti slots to fight in .the interest of the Democracy welcomes Okseat near tho head of lahoma to the table. In Nebraska the Democrats hoped, with Ihe aid of the Populists, to elect their state ticket and their raijdldate In this for United Wales senator. they failed, but they have made substantial gains throughout the slate, as shown by the vote on congressmen and the , legislative tlret, as well sg by the state ticket. .They have gained one congressman snd came within less 'than 200 votes of gaining another. In two other dlstricta tnr Republican majorities bate been so murk reduced that we can reasonably, count on four Dcnmeratic congressmen two y cars from now.. In ihe fustoniats will have about four times aa many as they bad luo yearn nuffl-eie- e wealth-producer- s. t ago. Campaign Cry. ; The Repalilleans have had an effective campaign cry in stand by the President.' While the record showed1 that the Democrats in the senate stood by the President better than the Republican. the admirers of the President very naturally gave weight to his appeal for a Republican congress, although In muking (lie appeal - tho President pot a personal victory above the reforms which he has been sdroeatlng. Two years from now that appeal will be of no avail, fur tho President will not be In office after March 4. 1!Mi9. Even If he were a candidate which no friend of Ids can assume after his reposted declarations he would have to cnof root the third term Iseiie, and who would say that that Issue alone would not lose the President enough votes to make hts rare hoi teles 7 The popular vote, as Indicated by tbe congressional elections, shows that tbe ilepubliesna even now have a narorw margin to go on. snd that margin will be quickly wiped out if the President allows himself to lie drawn into a race fur a t bird term. INVESTIGATION 0F HAR8IMAN SYSTEM i We Hava Been Informed That This System Is Net Unlike the Northern Securities Co." Washington. Nuv. 9. A general Investigation of whst is known as the Itorrlman system of railroads, under the authority conferred by law. Is ono of the subjects which has been for some time by tbe interstate commerce commission, and that Iwdy. it is HHid. really stands committed In an inquiry. We linvi- been informed." n member of the commission said tonight, that this system In some of its feature ia not unlike the Northern Sewhich was dissolve! curities through the interposition of the attorney general of the United Slates." Any sti'iai which may be taknn by the coinmlssidn along the lines referred to. will be, it is K.ild. in accordance with the general powers of tbe commission conferred Uy -- aw and not because Of any immediate specific complaint of a violation oT Ihe statutes. lu January, if time permits, the commission will lake up the complaint of Spokane of the municipality against the Northern Pacillc, toe Orest Northern, the Chicago, Burling- ton A Quincy, the Union Pacific and Ihe Oregon Short Line railroads, involving alleged discrimination in a sliorier charging a higher rate fur ihan for u longer haul. ' This complaint was the first Hied with the ronimlKsioii tinder the amended inter-s'at- c commerce act. R is regarded as of ennaiderulile importance, hh Its disposition will logiraliy have a hearing on the whole question of liansporix-tlo- n In tli west from ihe Canadian border to Mexico, and Chicago and Si. lxils to lie Pacific coast. Il Is also of importance in connexion with tbe proposed Investigation of the Harrt-masystem, whose territory And connecting lines cover a large portion ol n Ihe wcl. '