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in ADVERTISE examiner JSe PIILL the ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES UTAH WEATHER FORECAST it is price it charges, the MEDIUM BEST ADVERTISING $ -- EXAMINER AS WELL CACHES THE COUNTY SUBSCRIP OUR t.ON AuaS ARE OPEN TO AO u THE CITY THE INDICATIONS WEATHER i Id ARE THAT THE WILL FAIR BE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. ,ERTIBERS VOL III NO. 349 OGDEN MORNING, MEXICAN GOVERNMENT COMiXLS RAILROADS all greatest importance. eliminate reference to Korean auid Uliinese children in the ratt until of facts. In section eight of the original draft, Korean and t'hinrse children attending the public M'hools were mentioned with the Japanese children ns to indirectly raise the question whether or not the segregation could not bi- c.Hist rued as unjust discrimination against the Koreans and Chinese, if it was so in the case of the Japanese. United States District Al'orne) Herein has telegraphed the alai entente of facts in full to Attorney General Moody and will await Anal Inxrrur-itebefore instituting the CONSIDERED BY HOUSE SATURDAY UTAH. nun tu attend the Orki-nta-l public school since the resolution providing !uu went into effect. for the enrega' Another change, perhaps of ne SMSES INCREASE OF CITY, Central, National. International and Interoceanic Under Absolute Control of Government. DECEMBER k. PRICE FIVE CENTS igo6 sibly not until the nest annual meeting of the National Civic Federation. No announcement was made aa te the of the corporations' DAMAGE BY Estimated to COLORADO Be 93.000400 More. VALUE OF COAL LANDS RIVER. er Even Washington. Ik-c- . 14. The administo awaiting patiently some reply to the representation made to the the Mexican government regarding serious conditions prevailing in the In and Colorado valleys in CaliBy the term of the comisct ihe imperial out of the break in fornia, growing secures absolute iviurol of government bank uf the Colorado river. uf the Mexican Central, the Xa: tonal, theDirector ProWalcott of the geological the international, the Internet-anian, I survey said today that unless tbe the Hidalgo d Northeastern, all of break was repaired damage to propwhich will be merged into one great an amount conservatively esto erty railroad The guveruineni timated at $12,000,000 ultimately would J stem. , FAFORS DEMURRAGE ACT. also comes Into control of the susceptible to reclamaa railroad at Jarerto, Tex., result. Lauds value uf which is conservaerf Lumbermen Trying to Remedy the Car which is owned by tbe National. The tion, the Washington, Dec. 14. The house Washington. Dec. 14. Secretary suppress tho privilege of forming new tively estimated at $70,000,000, also was brought face to mileage of the system will, with xShortage. Hitchcock today added hto views to cultural or diocesan associations durwould lie overflowed and rendered userepient stives which tensions .. are rapidly nearing less unless something was done very ( I kwc which have been to gathered in ing that period, and all church propbee today w,lh the Proportion aggregate approximately soon. Beattie, Wash.. Dec. 14. Answering completion, Indian Territory bv the special sen- erty, including the seminaries, will be the salaries of it own memlu.OOti miles. ihe telegram of the American Lumberate committee authorised to investi- immediately handed over to the state, vice president, the bers. senators, the men's association, advocating tlie pas- ' The Tehauulepec National and Vera tbe proiiertr rights and cltlaea-shi- p to the departments and to tha comgate Crux memft Pacific, two other railroad house end the PRAISES sage of a national reciprocal demurARCHBISHOP situation of the five civilised munes. under conditions Insuring that ipesier of the controlled by the govtrnment, will while rage art governing car eenrice in all continue tribes. the churches ihemulvea will be ns bers of the President's cabinet, to be operated as independparta of the United Stales, which is ent Considerable time was devoted to tmined for religious uaea. Tho conAMERICAN LIBERTY tbe legislative, executive and Judicial companies. uf he a called the to an endeavor to arrive at the value of tinuance of public worship will he purpose meeting A Mexican company. ,f which a maconsideration, and bill was under at Chicago the first week in January. the enal lands of these tribes, which provided for under a combination (4 'will of the be on held stock the propojority by Victor H. Beckman, secretary of the chile it passed favorably Catholics Refer to American has been variously estimated at from tho laws of 1581 and. 1901. rePacific Coast Lumber Manufacturers' the Mexican government, will be or- European With regard to tho pensions and $16,000,000 to between four and five sition as applied to other officials, as Enjoying MagnifiCatholics with In Mexico ganised headquarters millions of dollars. It waa stated that allowances of the clergy, distinctions association, makes the direct statecent fused to make the order for member seThe Independence. will issue its City. company ment that lumbermen of the Pacific application wu expected to be mails will be mads by which thou who are hn- either house of congress. roast would indorse the idea of a na- curities in exchange for the securities to ths government for the purchase of entitled to the former will lou their of two the companies, and Llttauere Amendment. tional reciprocal demurrage act incor- outstanding these lands by the new state of Okla- righto if they are deprived of their new the will company acquire all the Rome, Dec. 14. Cardinal Ferrari, French citlsenshlp, while thou who homa, porated in the interstate commerce Xr Littauer of New York, who had law, with adequate power vested in physical property and conoelona held archbishop uf Milan, in an Interview nre entitled to the latter will lose Valus Csal Lands. sf rlTen notice that he would offer the old the by companies. It la contem- today on the situation in France, said: to enforce the same.' bill Tbe secretary waa entirely unable their allowucu if they do not uuendments to the legislative Rome. Dec. 14. The pope and the the commission to create n hoard of twenty-onI believe that the French clergy to place a value on the lands. The He goes on to describe the hardships plated with tho tow. Tho law under necessary to accomplish the proposed secretary of stale, Cardinal wrought on the lumber and shingle directors, to tie divided into a general and people are quite right In defend- geological survey has intimated Ute which tho clergy will forfeit their secured the papal lucre are. immediately redel all have refused Merry board which Val, reside la Mexico, and ing that liberty of conscience which shippers by res son of the prolonged a local boardwill with floor after the previous question had deposit to contain nearly three bil- French citlsenshlp will be drawn up quests to grant interviews for publi- car in tbelr government threatens to sup- lion tons of coal, while the govern- in a special measure to bo prepared shortage and declares that "the New York. The boardheadquarters been ordered on the bill and present; cation .of the teat of the Franco-Vatl- in Mexico will untow to seems to be ment mining inspector for the terri- later. press with a liberty killing ed an amendment raising the salaries can situation, but the following suae-me- policy of the railroads consist of twelve and members the for destroy the present prosperity precedented In any country. When tory placed the amount nt n billion of the vice president and the speaker is authorised by the Vatican: New York board of nine. Ireland was here a short ud a quarter tons. The secretary reof the house to $12,000 per annum The situation may bo summarised stock Jobbing purposes. The new company will make a lim- Archbishop time described the magnifihe ago tbe latter estimate ss more OFFICERS TO BE TRIED each. as follows: ited issue of prior liena at 4 2 per cent Independence of the American garded correct. He added that a fair Mr. Underwood of Alabama said he The concordat, the moat solemn RAILROAD RATE LAW cent and general mortgage bonds at 4 Catholics. The French clergy and nearlyfor the mineral BY COURT MARTIAL price rights might be wu opposed to any further Increase bilateral contract, hat not yet been the per rent, principal and Interest people will defend their treasury In arrived at upon tbe basis of tha royof salaries along the line uf legislative denounced by the French government, of the totter being guaranteed by the other words, their faith but with a of $ cuts a ton, the amount the DICLARED FAILURE Mexican ud executive offices. He further said which wishes to establish a new legal government. In addition to passive defense, the only kind fit for alty Indians now receive under coal land Fee Conduct te the Prejudice ef Seed hs believed the salaries of the minor standing for the church In France. The the bond Issues the company will is- the church. Politics do not enter into leases. The expressed himclerks of the government should be In- - government did not agree with the Order and Discipline and sue first and second and this matter. The pope is a man of en- self against secretary sale of the the present created on account of the increased j fooly see on this subject and repeatedly Colquitt Declares Rate Legislation In common stock. It la preferred Failure In Thsir Duties. to leave proposed his and disposi- coal lands, saying he believed it would lightened kindness, cost of living. He said he would not an,j 0penjy showed State of Texas la a toward an ample reserve in cash sad securi- tion hostility was It but was most be to get anything like a conciliatory, could the head of the church. Violence contend that a congressman Failure. ties fur future Improvement, develop- impossible for him to cede, as he de- Mrimpossible may price for them, In view of the live In Washington and keep pace prevail for a time, but those who are ment and extension of the line of the fended not only his own rights but several Washington, Dm. 14. On the unsuccessful efforts his depart with modern society.. suffering from this state of oppres- company and for foe acquisition of those of the church. Catholic France meat had made in that connection. of the general staff tha alon preserve all their righto and all Fitzgerald' Position. Okla.. Dec. 14.- -A feature additional rolling stock sad motive agrees absolutely with the pontiff. Tbe Donator Brudegee remarked that be secretary of war has ordered tha trial their claim. The explosion of Joy , 0g Guthrie, new The will power. Mr. Fitxgerald of New York laid he take storm will pass and the faith will had heard four billion dollars wu to 4y court martial of Major Charles W. company here today of the const!jj,e would vote for the increase even If the unons the Muonic and dpmagogle tutional convention waa an nddiraa on over the holding! of tha National railPenroM and Capt. IDdsar A. Marklin come out of the persecution purer, be offered for tha lands. result of as a the Mexico ilia of road persecusocieties, and Mexican In- nobler and stronger thin ever." rata legislation by Oscar B. pries hi psid was political oblivion. I would accept that offer la n of Company C, First battalion. Twenty-fift- h railway tton of the ternational and Interoceanic railroads, upon the amendAfter other speeches part the government, a member of the Texaa Vatican officials declared this even- wink," responded Mr. Hitchcock, inlkntry, under the which it will thss control, as they that the war is against the , Colquitt, ment was adopted by a vote of 214 to article of war, for conduct to tha that they had recalved many manroil(, The advocated the ing pressecretary 5L ths opposition failing to secure chureh and religion. jjr. Colquitt declared that while the are at present in tbe control of tha ifestations of sympathy from promi- ent sale of tho surface toads over the prejudice f good order sad discipline" Notwithstanding the bills passed j Texaa railroad commission act la n Natloaal. It la expected that by a re- nent Protest an (a. The nsmes, how- coal deiiosita, saying the way te ac- in foiling la tbelr duties in preventviites enough to call the ayes and noe. and regulation Mr. Littauer then Introduced adopted, France, at good law, rat regulation in Teas has duction of geneael charge, ,t)ia elimi- ever, nre not given, as the authorities complish this wu by tha sealed bid ing u4 . suppressing tha riot at -amendment fixing the salaries of the preacnJ tLme. hasa law rlfn.bMTr a failur8i except In producing nation of eompaUttun, Iba economical are not authorised to do so. Brownsville, Tex., toot August. ' system. 1 In- cabinet officers at $12,000 per annum religious liberty to those and he quo! id Mr. May routing of freight and by lb The Giornato d Italia says that CarInclude Tho specifications will He approved generally a plan prouniformity, tfter March 4, 1107. The amendment comply with the law providing for the field of the same commission as ac- creased development of the properties dinal Leeot, archbishop of Bordeaux, posed by the commissioner of Indian among other things the charge that' separation of the church and the state. knowledging that it had been almost the new company will not only bo able Is dissatisfied with the policy, of the affairs that ths Indians Incorporate the two officers named foiled to exervu adopted by a vote of 204 to 60. to meet Us fixed charges, but will earn Vatican, and ha strongly criticised and lease tbelr coal lands. The one good point in the circular i a failure." Mr. Littauer, who retires to private ' cise due diligence in preventing the issued recently by the French minister life with the close of the present conon tbe efforts of Presi- at an early date dividends on its first what he terms the pope's bad adoccurrence when the condition of afOil and Oes Preduet. Commenting la confession of his public worship visers." T be cardinal to angry, the gress then offered n provision raising dent Roosevelt, Mr. Colquitt said that and second preferred stork. Discussing the oil production In the faire at Brownsville made It necessary The banking bouses Interested in paper says, at the situation created by the salaries of senators and members that it Is impossible to apply to cultIf strong men were kept on the interMr. Hitchcock userted that that all proper caution should be taken territory, 1881 and state commerce commission and the the transact ion are composed trf the the inflczlble Intransigence of the tbe Btudsrd Oil ural associations the laws of of congress, delegates and the' resident company had n to prevent a clash between the troops commissioner from Porto .Rico to 1901, which were adopted for the res- courts did not nullify their work, the firms of Ladenburg, Thalmaii ft Co. pope. The words of Cardinal Lecot monopoly by controlling the pipe Unus. end elttaens, sad also that thay did $7,500, and on agreement the time for triction of other kinds, of association of which tho price of oil not examine tha rifle of tho men until Hepburn rate bill might aatisfv the and Hallgarten ft Co. of New York, have been reported to the vnticsn, i by the Increase to begin was fixed on meetings. Therefore, what Is needed people; otherwise, he believed, Roose-- , bankers of tbe Meslesn Central railwhere an outbreak is feared, not had been forced down to'lV coats it daylight, although they learned of the Is n real law providing for real lllierty velt would become tbe forerunner of way; Spier A Co., of New York, bank- against the pope, but against his en- March 4. 1909. barrel, ud. that only 50,000 barrels n true nute of affaire by 1 or 2 oclock ers of the National lines, and Kuhn, tourage. Instead of arbitrary ministerial circu- Brysn." whereas in tha morning. Clark Receives Ovation. day were being produnod, will of Co. Loeb New who The of ft sad I lars. York, good repreloyalty Tha details aa to ths membership 200,000 barrels a day could be obtained It it my deliberate Judgment." said Representative Clark of Florida was the circumMexican similar the Central see under sent Security SPECIAL MESSAGED. holy should the field be worked to its nor- of tha court aid the piece where the Mr. Colquitt, after exhaustively reaccorded an ovation when ' he anwa-- t shown of in Braxll. There London. adIn stances limited, mal capacity. Tbe secretary said ha trial will be had hare been left to the nounced that he desired to discuss the viewing railroad rate regulation la company, was a monarchy and concordat, both Tessa, that the principal, if not the dition to this group soma of the largest Sis to Bo Bent Next Week by tha was doing what be could to encour- disc ret ten of the commanding officer question from the standpoint of a poor of ' bankers Paris, Berlin, Frankfort President, mas. He called attention to the fact of which the republicans suppressed, only substantial good the commission age the Independent producers, but of the department of Texaa. London are Interested in the Oklahoma City, Okla Dec. 14. tbe only possible chance of sucthat that men are leaving the service of and proclaimed their separation from tow of Texas, as administered, has and see under certain reserves. , done the people la the giving to them banking syndicate, thus forming a Dec. 14. Six special cess would be by tbe construction of Major Charle W. Penrose, whose trial the country and reluming to private the holy Washington, came to to each person and place uniform combination of extraordinary strength messages are to bs sent to congress independent lines. life solely liecause the salary which Later the Brasilian republic by court martial was ordered today, an understanding with the Vatican, rates. Taking the of and International scope. The Nation- nest week by President Roosevelt. There vu a proposition on foot, the received the first news of tbe order products staple they receive In official positions was and a papal nuncio waa accredited to the state, I think It aafe to say that al Bank of Mexico will participate in They Include one on the naval per- secretary said, to pip natural g when the Associated PreM dispatch Inadequate. tbe financial operations. Vatican. sonnel bill, which contemplates the from tbe Osage nation to St. Loula, from Washington waa read to him I believe he said, there are not the The search of the nunciature nt the rates now In effect and against were first commenced Negotiations more rapid retirement and promotion where the company proposed to re- over the telephone to Fort Reno towhich the roads are protesting In tbe tra meg on thin floor who in private and the expulsion from France courts aa being too low, are the high- by Pablo Martlnex del Rio, in Febru- of the officers of the navy; n message duce the price of gas from 85 to 25 ol xht. While be would nut dlscuse conversation will not any: The sal- Paris of n of Mexthe view with the bringing est of most any other state in the ary transmuting Secretary Metcalfs re- cents per thouaead, Tha secretary tbe order it was evident that he was id of Mgr. Montugnlnl secretory ary Is Inadequate; the increase taken with the union, unless It to the Rocky moun- ican Central In touch with the Me-- - port on the alleged discrimination said be had refused to approve this greatly surprised. Ills quick query were nuncluture steps right.' but some nay, 'I cannot afford lean government. The project was against the Japanese In Ban Fran- plan unless the prices paid the Indians was,' Does that say the action was object of making the world believe the tain and Pacific states. to vote for It,' falie statements .circulated later and condition is not the fault of subsequently discussed by Minister cisco; a special message on Panama, for go well leases should be placed on taken on recommendation of the genThis Veto Taken. which were said to have originated in tha tow. The tow la perhaps the best IJmaniour while en route to Europe n mewses on the public land question; a more equitable basis for tbe Indians eral staff?" The amendment wan defeated by X the discover yof documents seized nt ever enacted upon the subject. Our In May last, and also during Minister transmitting Secretary Tafts report than tbe amall price per well now Capt. Vackllu also is at Fort Reno. vote of 106 i l yeas, 188 nays. the nunciature such as the report that power Is almost complete, and yet I Llmantours stay In Europe. The ne- on Cubs, and a reply to tbe senate paid. some of the French episcopacy and say to you that while In other respects gotiations in n more definite form be- resolution calling for Information reThe committee adjourned until TRIAL OF LAWLER. GRAND JURY AT WORK. Mr. Umantour was tbs discharge without honor Tuesday nest, when Director Wolcott clergy were ready to make application the Texas railroad commission law is came active whilehis garding return trip from of the soldiers of ths Jwenty-flft- h rf to hold religious meeting. There is a success If rigorously enforced, yet In New York on will regendeavor Technical Objection Overruled by the the geological survey Ban Francisco, Dec. 14. The mem-were finally brought iment of entered infantry. ne truth in the statement. The holy as to give en estimate for the value of rate making power I have been Europe. They Court. dur-of ibe grand Jury resumed their see Is not opposed to ths making of last few in issue the to an j days tbe lands in question. forced to the conclusion that it la very sessions today, after a receng caused tow Eben of but visit takes the the under Richards, presiABDUCTED GIRL RETURNED. a failure." applications j Ing Bu FYudsco. Dec. 14. Judge Wily their attendance in court, where exception to the whole spirit of the largely In speaking of the Hepburn rate law dent of the Mexican Central, and perSHORTAGE OF CARS. liam P. Lawler today overruled the indicted persons are Public of of Henry Clay being tried, and circular Issued by Minister Mr. Colquitt said that Roosevelt, with sonal representative Chicago, Dec. 14. Margaret Rurklc, technical objection Imposed by Super! Pierce and Walter T. Rosen of the the began probing into the charges Worship Briand." spin girl who waa abducted Interstate a master mind and hand, foresaw that firm Commission Commerce of extortion visors Fred Nicholas and Peter M. of Ladenburg, Ths Ira an ft Co., from Ibis city and taken to Marinette, from the French restan-fSB- t if must and that be done." something Makes Rscommsndations. of this city. Duffy to tbe Indictment found against Win., where abe was arrested yesterCALIFORNIA SCHOOL QUESTION. strong, courageous men were kept on representing the foreign bankers. them by the grand jury. It was proCsmillr M&llhebuau, one uf the proday on complaint of her father and the commission, and their actions are Dec. 14. la view of the nounced by the Judge that the alleged prietor of a French restaurant that Washington, was to ATTORNEY DEFENDS SON. back of the Chicago, not negatived by applications today brought of oar shortage are resulting Incompetency of Juror Wallace C. nourished on Pine street near Rear-- r Statement of Facta Agreed Upon by ordered by Judge Carpenter of ths complaint railroads to the courts for restraining the Attorneys. In the failure to transport Wise does not violate a fundamental la said. It the fire, appeared as a Indusj i inters, tbe country may be contented. Pleads Insanity and Explains Orounds juvenile court, returned to the of life and coal fo right of tbe defeneo. The objection neceaearira he ritnesa before the grand Jury, and he III. will trial home for girls at Geneva. For Pits. 14. An agree- But if reverses take place, then It the Interstate com. wu made that Wise had served on a Dec. household use, Ban id to have Francisco, given some sensational not surprise me If Roosevelt does not Contempt papers were ordered pre- mere commlaalon hu sent the fol- trial Jury within a year and waa therebetween reached was yesterday ment He declared that he had Jsstimony. against C. Stuart Beattie, a law- lowing telegram to the presidents of fore barred from serving Dev- become the forerunner of Bryan and a a grand Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 14. An un- pared wi approached and told that he United State District Attorney of the way for a different yer, on whose representations Judge numbers preparer and was Burke situation dramatic preusual of western end northwestern Juror. and would hve to and lin Attorney City Induced take to for protection if he been had of questhe pay solution Carpenter transportation the sented here today when Attorney washed to continue hi business. Attorney Murphy for th defendants Baggett and President Altman, ofstatefrom the custody of the in- railroads: tion." Will H. Thompson, addressing the Jury the girl From many parts of tho country, gave notice that the defense would witsaid that he first resented board of education, as to the Is a Burble Miss railwas of an dustrial advocate home,. Mr. Colquitt before whom his son. Chester Thompto be made the basis of and particularly from your section, Interpose s demurrer to the indictme effort to secure money from him. ment of facts regulation in Texas, when that son. is on trial, charged with the ness to the case involving a recent the interstate rommeroe commission ment. which will be filed tomorrow to be begun In the r-road Put that he the Is proceedings It to Renan assist the on where, was Isle raid hotel, the finally use agreed championed by of Judge George Is receiving numerous and Important morning. Seattle la collection in murder state supreme court as to the validity Governor Hogg. mainof a protection fund. been had she Is He secretly the first prom- Meade school No sooner had the Nicholas-Duff- y ud with two Emery, declared to the Jury alleged, complaint of car shortage and failA. L. Streeter, a millionother restaurant men, of segregation of Japanese inent man In public life In Texas to that a taint ran through tainedof by cane been disposed of than an attorof necesrariee ure the of to P!d l.iiio s year. insanity transport children. IndictIs who under this aire declare that It has been a failure in Ms own city, A ney naked to have arraignment of family. The attorney declar- ment in connection The statement of facta finally agreed results. with the case, but life. In various places In the northiveenti, a former steward In a on west It is reported that people are Nathu Adler, a restaurant keeper, ed that his own brother, Thu mas. was whose whereabouts are unknown. French restaurant, and J. G upon Is essentially the same as the Insane throughout his life and unahie S'enii. . na, freezing because aufflcent coal for charged with perjury, postponed until GOV. HUGHES TALKS. tacheoftbecttyh.il bd drafted tatWdffA change was made r the to nad and write. Continuing, the household usn cannot be procured, the member of the grand jury oould SUMMONED TO WASHINGTON. fire, Were also examined by becn publjwhwd. I States district attorney Tae owing to extraordinary delays In mov- be. summoned. lawyer said: by tbe grand jury. that article. The commission Judge Law lor replied that the grand In section five of tbe document which "My own brother. Maurice, a man Rochester, . N Y., Dec. 14. Gover Cbicagu, Dec. 14. District Attorney ing ORDER TO PRODUCE RECORDS. now draws attention to the fact that nor-eleE. Hughes was the of splendid Intellect, a literary toller, films and J. H. Wllkerson, special as- therefore urges you to moke every Jury had bean bothered enough la the Cbartys Alice of Old Vincennes," Mitclittouki Aokl.the father of possible effort to meet at once the indictment cues and tha reply was sistant to Mr. films, in the Ktandard needs guesj of honor tost night at the an- author of 8t. Uuii,, Dec. 14. and relieve the Buffering of made that the point wu peculiar to Kei Kecbi Aoki. by whom the nual" banquet of the chamber of com- was a sufferer from insaulty for two Oil case, were summoned to WashingDistrict Judge pays merce. Mr. Hughes said in part: will be brought, years, but recovered and did his liet ton today by Attorney General Moody those dependent upon the facilities of the Adler case. The hearing In the mkehhnrg this n iteration issued an proceedings He was of that tar conference Mon. lay on the case. your road. Martin A. Knapp, citato Adler care wu then postponed until 2 in San Francisco. The section The earnestness which character- work afterwards. a reeling a. Frink, chairman of iUM reads In part tost Kei Kechi o'clock Monday. did not cease with high strung, nervous temperament, ised the campaign The quotiun of when the Elkins law man." Adler was the proprietor of n was sent to the presiThe tedegram It was not spasmodic or whicn bss been both a scourge and a was repealed itecio. tha'T aMMiarion Aokl wa torn i'n the railroad the when and re Laurent ud was Indicted French that the said lemiKrB17 u j a steady, persistent, blessing in our family." roads: there1. named of dents i following for the subject of and resolution rate bill and the Joint .Special Commissioner Bom, Min- for perjury on the charge that he withPacific Northern roc- Northern. Great toner in the i of the age of ten clearer demand the for resistless Intent congress delaying the time of the rate hearing of the governSL Paul and Bsnlte Bte Ma- held evidence in the examinatlen reana. with the Kent's ouster suit CIVIC FEDERATION. ognitlon and better enforcement of law was to take effect actually be- neapolis, sninst theTermi- - three months pracand Northwestern. Chi- garding the alleged extortior rie, Chicago came laws were raised- to the arguand St. Paul, Chicago ticed by Mayor Schmlts and Abraham Milwaukee cago Make indictef Te to Corporathe demurrer Special the Study on ments Rueif. tommulirawi ofJthe Abound freight California for admission tions and Income Tax. ments. charging the oil company witn and Bnrlington ud Quincy. coa traffic bureau, the state thAl MlchlUllia Supervisor Nicholas wu indicted on P the to of ordwpd to produce records accepting unlawful concessions from the charge of agreeing to receive n horn , the m. CABINET. FRENCH case of 14. th The rial Doc. The New railroads. York. the Indent disposition ,or bribe, while Duffy, a city hall janitor. points of law an-- the Is accused of perjury. State and la j ln impartially served and rightly Economic committee of the National hinges on these PreBe to Blms Measures Mr. In Upon subject of the I nlted of to decided conference Civic Federation, today, Deciding Washington, but to the state to secure their name two commissions sented. 0ENERAL SERVICE PENSION. subject of the empire composed of said tonight, wsa for th e purpose of THEY ASK FOR MORE MONEY. resident and taxpayer of the city matters these states tne men from various considering loading Francisco. San of tomet 14. cabinet The county Dec. iud Paris, Washington. Dec. 14. Senator Me-for the special study of corporations Dec. 14. Because of A AMOR AND HAMMER. rotier. rhrJrmsn of MURDERER GETS 99 YEARS. day with President Fklllere In the theSeattle. Wash.. and the tonome tsx. K.'So.1!; : tha committee alleged Increase In coat trf living, In order to decide upon the new chair. R. of Edmund Prof. A, for Beligman. the of 1?! one attended tirh!! of the planning to prais j' El Paso, Texas, Dec. 14 Max Mil- legislation to bs presented to parlia- practically everyof department' Harrisburg. Tee. . 14. John K. Leit--o- l. the chair of piJItcsl economy, of the 5 jLiter public schuo's of the city and Beattie hu receivr who shot and ment. but the test of the measures city government saloon to-was Hrr.Tcisto-rnit ler. a keeper, hear announced, b;II nnlversitv, tit Ani wh.c here, to f aan until ed demands from their employes for a j, ,1.men,irigeneral cr.t hi hu throat with would bead the tax commission. The killed J. F. Turley, a railroad man, decided upon will not be ready ,,r tbe xenate'caminltteo. n0J .he chili i of are eorreapnadlag raise in wages, which, taken to be The while tomorrow. steps a of Memphis. Tenn., bora who r not have attar! ran her niece other formerly member, ;uung ere adni.ttei and a; t, provide that anvsttrla if granted, will increase the preeent It ur (,f the character. was who a of unarmed, sweeping a very begged atinclude the of number tbe wtl! h tho resokaniner victim, and a named, civil war who has aerrel b'sy pageaqe ui tail for 1905 proof tbe law muramend of to found was yearly pay roll by $600,OAO. A salary at his guilty one for life, his sii.cide proposed throat tax cmnmiM'onm (elected, by cutting vs. hoe been honorable 11" a Iran attend- torotod pre-weschedule made several years ago is of church and s te the for Reparation first Jury in by the degree today U T of j der h woman viding reacb-ndie. different a f the in crlt least from each slates ttrgn,i and who shall have acJiad other than toe lip may still In effect and the employes claim wu said a p'tblic which to grace sentenced the was year's penitentiary state, and by officers. It Is expected leal condition but the nieces Injuries that have such years, shall receivein--ai. lrg tlwt tbe cost of living hu ihcreeeed alienae the waa crime Tbe before allowed permanent ninety-ninan lx fur year. epllep- j that the commlsKlns will not make a $12 a month, to be brk are not lerteus. Letuel of the boy tu per cent In the meantime. to and church &t to I Thefolh" uf tion the a property 4. jealousy. , report for aer'erol month awl pus- committed ,0. lr month, when he ahs.1 has refused to aHow his tic. ad the age of 70 yean, and City of Mexico. lec. 14 The details of the railway merger, by which the Mexican government lakes cmurol of all of the important Hues in the republic. are now known. -- - Favor of Increase For Vice President, Cabinet, But Sp:aker and Members Opposed to Increase For Themselves. tration Endeavor to Arrive at Value of Coal Lands, Oil Products and Natural Gas n position to Pipe the Latter. Texas-Mexica- . , ; - eon-for- m ' i nt rail-sho- sixty-secon- : an-oth- ntm : - . q- w u Mafl-sspui- ii fr 1 hefrdof fes,at,on J I . u0 b-- Jn-rBdnieat- w In - d .