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FULL ADVERTISE in THE EXAMINER ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES it charge, it is Thr price ADVERTISING MEDIUM F0! ET ITtHI CITY- - INDICATIONS THE EXAMINER SU1SCAIP-ftHio- OWN TO FAIR AO- - IV VOL OGDEN NO. 21 CITY. ra .X been received Sweiteuham. from WEDNESDAY UTAH. with the officials of the for-ig-n Inoffice this afternoon. but had formed that absolutely nothing it view I MORNING. CHARGES OF STOCKMEN AGAINST Governor RAILROADS President MacKeruie Stated That Washington. Jan. 22. An expression orbitant Freight Chargee Could gratitude from Gov. Swettenham il Bo Corrected by Commission. xmaica for the svmpathy aud aid bv the United States to the iciims ui the disaster ou that island, he publication of the text of a grace-uMurdo Denver. Jan. S2. Pu note from Eame Howard, The Brit-s- MacKenzie'e annual wa charge here, conveying the the of the feature main ..peiiiug of Sir Edward Grey, the Hrit-hii ( the tenth animal roiivenii.ui principal secretary of state on of the incident and a cabled of the America! National from American Vice Cousul association, which xaiu.i:cd at lb at Kingston, were among today's o'clock today in The Broadway tha-te- r Iu thi city. A on levelopueuts in the now famous controversy between the governor and questions Of vital iiitneri to all n:a was b 8. 11 tear Admiral Davia, commanding the the eiief squadron which went to King-ton- . fVwaii, of Texas, attorney fur the association. The delegate,. sere welWhile Gov. Swctteuham'a rnesage comed in a felicitous ail.lress by Guv. i couched in the moat polite terms, Henry A. Buchtrl. President MacKenzie referred to 'ie British authorities are not through ith the matter. In his letter Mr. previous grievances stockmen had toward Informs this government that against the railroads, no lug that one of them exorbitant .is majesty's government are can-ntreight had official inquiries to be made as to lieen corrected by the utuHage of ihe he authenticity of the letter credited rate bill, but the only way shipper can derive any benefit from the measi Gov. Swettenham. An interesting chapter waa admitted ure was to carry tbeir complaints of the caae today, when it became uupust rates to the luteretate Comtown that on Jan. 20, after Admiral merce commission without delay. He told of efforts to have the law avis and his ship had sailed from k amended which require that Wint, cummand-uJngston. Brig.-Genin transit be unleaded for feed the arby of pacification in Cuba, hour, and British and rest every twenty-fou- r jn the request, of the acting .ninlster at Havana, transmitted said that only partial aiiccess 1waa an bat through Gov. Magoon, had sent to had. The law was fhangil .hipper, Kingston five hospital tents. 2d wall by written request of the enla and S! conical wall tents, all stock could be bald on the cars for thirty-sihours. complete. "During HUMS there hare been, to my "Secretary Taft wa prompt to give knowledge, more complaint of poor its approval on his arrival here than in any morning from South Carolina service by the .railroads uuli-asomeand ind it la understood that the tents year in the past, thing la dune to compel railroads to are now on their way to Kingston. Vice Consul Orrel reported another give a reasonable speed limit to perishable goods In traneit. inch as liveshock today. Iu response to specific castock, it will create such a loss that ha from the department, inquiries stockmen wll lliave to bled that Sperry. Bourke, Watson anil ultimately abandon the business. I would sugEusMra. and Mary wife, Case, Joseph all that shippers who arc mem gest and Taytace, Edwards and daughter here of this association keep a reclor were all alive. ord of the rate of speed made by the The following cablegram summarisrailroads of all shipment of stuck reas in the Ituation the Jamaica ing In transit, and whenever It la found was received of the sult earthquake that a Iims has been Incurred through from Mr. Orret under today's date: failure on the part of the railroads to hotels of at the "No loss of life any make reliable s suit, should bn at Montego hay. Port Antonio, Interior Instituted for tints, sustained the damage towns, Knutaford Park, Constanta by the shipper. Springs nr any other hotel except at There la another question which Myrtle Bank hotel, which waa comhas furred Itself upon our notice durocdeaths wrecked. Many pletely ing the pat year, and that ia the curred there, chiefly among the em- absolute failure of thd roads iu supply ployes. cars for the of stock upon None of the names mentioned iu proper nut ice.shipment There are some peoso far llat in death your csblegram ple who contend thwt regulating the published. Many bodies have bean rates by the federal government rethe of found In the business portion tards the building rf railroads, but I city which was devastated by fire would go a Step fuvnar; 1 would like were burned beyond recognition. to see a law posited prohibiting the "Sperry, Bourke, Wateon and wife, extension of a railroad now in operaMra Caae, Joa and Marie Eustace, Ed- tion until; first, the owner nf such ward and daughter, Taylor all alive. railroad could show that they had Consulate opened toady. Another equipped the road already Imilt with hock this afternoon. No damage. cars and motive power to supply the Trains running. Taro peirs saved." demands of the public and that it had l h a For Three Days Nothing Was Done to h Re- have taken the women on board. He refused, however, .a the resolutions stale." g SWETTENHAMS LETTER. its Publication Intensifies Resentment in Kingston. Inef-rlencj- relieving the auffer-m- p !a he matter of many of the wounded. B was amerted that men and women Britiwho sought shelter on board the sh ite.ni ship Port Kingston, which was chartered for Sir Alfred Jones party from England, were put ashore and that the plea of the American refugees that the women of their party :w allowed at least the privilege of .leeping on the open deck of the Port with great Kingston w.a refused The wounded who had lieen alien on board the same. steamer for an isvlum were put ashore the day Tuesday, blowing the earihquake. and were kft on the railroad wharf mill cared for by the American naval uthoritles on Thursday. The Print Eltel passengers told of of the ha great relief the arrival American squadron brougnt to the poople, and were amax-to hear of the rupture which had curred between Gov. Swettenham and of d Admiral Daria The protest of the American refute against the conduct and beha-o- f certain officials on the Island relcffd it a tunas meeting held on lioai'd the Prim Eltel Freldrlch Monday, when resolutions were adopted und addressed. To the general public and the International press." The reiolutlons follow: Protest Entered. 'We herewiih utter emphatic condemnation of the conduct and liehavtnr that period of certain officials of wk. officially Captain Pearsons, commander of the Britieh steamship Port Kingston, lying in the harbor of King-uand aboard which waa Sir Alfred Jea. hia superior and other officials, julng our contention on the follow- la ed counts: that Captain Parsons de-- 1 furnish food for one meat to number of Germans, led by 'kpialn Richard Vahael, Hamburg-Amerlea- n line, who prevented four iocks from turning on the night of ' Dth. among them the Port Kingston's own wharf. "gerund, that such American and her refugees as the small lipata manned liy Captain Vahael and others inhered and lodged on Monday on y wd the Port Kingston, were oj dered ashore at 4 p. m. Turn-da- y to make room for English women and children tear fully pleaded that they had no food Mr clohlng on shore. "Third, that the wounded of mixed "First, lined lo 'kc small num-marll- refu-thuu- dc aatlistiai It leg were 'he same hour and taken ashons at left In a crude until cared for by American authorities on Thuraday except such ai were removed by train to Spanlah-who found them. by relative Four.h. that when Father O'Dono-a- n of Huston. Gavin of Indianapolis Htid Rev, K. H. Auld of Hatboro, Pa.. k a petition to Kir Alfred Jones and ap'aln Parson from the refugees leeplng n trunks, sacks of coffee ad the planks of the dock, to allow the id refugee to go on board the Port rngton. then st her dock, and sleep 'her harp clear decks, where the u''! he sari; front recurrent earth-Mk- e , shock. Captain Parsons refus-,re' inelTlt.v And, coming to cargo-foule- d tamhurg-Amerlca- L Hambnrg-America- dock, showed n arhilr',v f,,rlher discourtesy. ,hat in the three days. "ugh Sir Alfred Jones and his .hoard the Port Kingston hadpartj all fomfoit of a large, well equipped no ,enrt!r wn made either of cofffce bedding or medical ,1 w Jienre. h. that In three visit - inplearent nn days, wave of Captain offlr,Bl vi11 w paid tr k military or colonial norltlc to the large body of Amer-,on the Hamburg-h- -. hod- - eith-po,l- ' h- I,iT'u u Individual w?r made to leei r or!ty tml fir"f claim of the K&r'Ui ad found the much-talkeI: b oo1 "a1 language' when . 5,,I; " h, mockery and a diplo- ! - we w,ly he d phantom. ThepTon e declare our reoent- - GE. taM i If a'-- a u :; iict-tr wh he i F a; I ' fcV" !T1val m 'h atkfov frf State; (Ilf he z pai-tiV- had to wal1 for rm Eltl at Kingston ':m,f M of lPt K, dock. d"n !3 thr Plaaki and on 1 pli-i- reached almost r':. r ''"'ivoan p. "H"ltA' rD' H1Imn oce ;2 ,he 3P,, The op i.. ,r rtn ingtrt ""'lBinatiiin. thia utterance n Preelon of the mun assembly on board BW Friedrich. Jan. 21. C. hr Jo,m t. ! ",l '7 Print Eltel. 'j enough to get rt i. Icttl-ls-li- 2. American refu-jg- t Nrv York, Jan. arriving Jamaica, from Kinfiton, Eltel Prim steamer the on today atrlek-the from Bailed friedrich which the diy Thuraday afternoon last,were Aitd day after the earthquake, jr.nlnioui in condemning wht they " nned the "Inactivity and utter on authorities of the English fall:t inland during the first days owing the dins. ter. For three days, of the? aaid. there was no semblance order and nothing definite wae done op l.ivt-.loc- t, General Disorder Prevailed. n ae-ju- re-io- rt the Wounded and King- - her (luck Clean and fh raptiin might Kingston. Jamaica, Monday, Jan. 21 The publication today in the IJali Telegraph of Governor Swettenham letter to Rear Admiral Davia ha greatly Intensified the resentment o th. residents against the governor foi rebuffing the tenders of American and there la a movement 01. foot here to demand hia recall. A small minority, mostly official support Governor Swettenham, am: their views were voiced today by Rev Mr. Graham, pastor of the Meihodlal church, who declared that the nover nor was justified in resenting the land lng of American.. The me res purulent of the Aasoclat ed Press spoke to Governor Bwetteu ham today regarding the Darla Inri dent. The governor said he had not Invited Rear Admiral Duvla to laud sallora. Asked If he endorsed the action taken by Rear Admiral Davia, thi governor replied: "That is n matter between me and Rear Admiral Darla, to whom i must refer you." The governor said hit reference in hia letter to Rear Admiral Davis to a tramp pillaging the hnua of a New York millionaire was merely n Jocu lar parallel. A meeting of the relief committee was held here today on the call of the governor, to discover the precise conditions attending the difference between the governor and the admiral. At the close of this meeting, and after hgviag read Governor Rvettenham's letter to Rear Admiral Davlx, moat Rev. Dr. Enos Nutlall, archbishop of Jamaica, sought the governor to talk the matter over with him, aaylng that If he found the conditions warranted he would send a personal explanatory cablegram to President Roosevelt. The archbishop waa unable to see the governor, owing to the latter's absence at headquarters: he will see him tomorrow. Archblahop's View a Archbishop Nuttall told the Associated Press correspondent he greatly regretted that any action had been taken that might make the Jamaicans appear ungrateful for the generous aid of the United States, while as matter of fart they welcomed It warmly. He said he approved the governor's desire to endeavor to Inspire the with the sentiment of self-helbut that this .wns no excuse for thr rejection of American aid. There yet remains much to be done to relieve the suffering iff the people, to provide shelter for them and to prepare for the tack of rebuilding the city, the archbishop continued, in all of which American aid would have been of great assistance." The archbishop deprecated the idea that Governor 8wettenham'a action i would reeult in national animosity. "It waa merely a result of the dictatorial character of the governor," he said. "Hill imperious manner, frequent abuse of subordinates, and discourtesy to eltixens have earned him great unpopularity, although otherwise he la regarded as a comparatively conscientious official. There la much Indignation expressed here at Governor Swettenham's action In docking the pay of government clerk who absented themselves from duty to nurse sick or dying relative. Last Saturday the governor suspended the free service of trains for the transportation of refugees into the country, but at the urgent request of Archbishop Nuttall he consented to continue this free service for one g ves-erda- y WARMER WED- THURSDAY FAIR. PRICE FIVE CENTS 1907 21, BE fui.d to equip the railroad intended to build." Hughes Responds. Colonel Y E. Hague rrapon.lvd to . ' I' Hue!-,- of welcome, ad, ire lie abi ilie stx'kmcn and farmer ot th,- n.at aud outh ha.1 upheld the fed ral in ll . (011 to pa new laws and enforce them. The larlp. question wa discussed bv Aitornev S. H. Cowan of Texaa, who aald that powerful I rust. whk'U want high proti-ciivtariffs hi keep out European com pci it ion. w.re ruinind ui rica. The ing the lietock German and other foreign nation IS PASSED BY SENATE e were American boyc-Min- crincicd wa Two Amendments Were Offered and Tabled The Resolution Was Then Adopted meal nf the high tariff of country. E. H fiairiman. the railroad this nuig-liale- , Mr. who said that the governincui wa too late lit taking action against the Union 1'aclfic and allied line, which, he said, were iu a combluatkin to restrain by Without Roll Call. trade. The railroad are saddling a worse feudalism on till country than waa ever tried before," aiil Mr. Cowan. "The right of the are lost anil wallowed up by tlice mo culled cap tain of tudiiutry. There never was a time when 1011 needed to be organized more than at preent. The railroads have not kwt their power in tk ashington. Although the railroad rate bill was pacd by the railroads have nut hist their cunning They are working underground and overground, and in even way to shackle you In such a way that you will never get mit of their power." Gifford I'inrhot of the government forestry department, delivered greetings from Ireuldeni Koouevelt in the stockmen iu the following message: "That In hi (ihe president') Judgment the government control of the public range is evidently coining and coming quickly. "That it ie right that is altniild Mr. Mal-- i Jan. 22. for a substitute tile Forsker compromise llrowusvllle It provides for an investigation after the resolution aa fellow-- . "That In the judgment of the swale the recent action of the President in discharging without honor men of comrauiea B C and D within the scope of hia authority and power and the proper exerrloe Washington, lory cwi-greu- offered the table. It ie dated Jan. 20, was rt reived at Washington yesterday and repeated lo ute today aa follows: "Jamaica profoundly grateful to your excellency for expression of sympathy and tor the very practical aid 0 kindly given by Admiral Davia and the entire particular service squadron of the U. S. navy. Gov. 8wettenhain." The resiling was greeted with cheer. Mr. Root in bis sddreaa dwelt chiefSenator opposed the ides advanced ly on the good relations existing bein a recent speech by Renal or Ixulgr tween Canada and the Pnlled Rtatea. that the President inherited" power lie paid his first visit to Canada, he front the king. This a new said, forty year ago, aud he had kepi and the Colorado senator aaid in touch with its develupnieul ever he could see how it might become since. Sir Wilfred laiitrler, on proposing a popular In auine localities. While willing to have an Investi- vote of tbanka to Secretary Root aaid gation to secure the facts of the that wheu he wanted a restorative for Brownsville affair, Mr. Teller said he ill health lie went to the United Rtatea could nut auppurt any provision with' and when Rocretary Root wanted a any expression either way as to the he visited Canada. So that President's authorit) In the mailer. if the two count vies could not have The aeuute, he believed, should nut reclpnirliy in trade they had tt in inraise that quo. t Ion at any time. valids. come. Senator Macon of Georgia aupiwrted After the luncheon Secretary Root Tlist lie believe It is for ill- - beat Interests of all users of ihe public do- the MLilory atibatitule. He charac- and iwrty departed for Montreal eu main. Including the livestock men, terised the agreement among the Re- route fur Washington. publicans on the Forakcr resolution that It should soon route and. n illustration of their "extreme That, a government control of the as dexterity in forming measures (or INVESTIGATING CAR public range la one of the fixed poli- which they esn all vote, although some cies of hia admlnl-tratlohe would of thi-u- i are directly opposed In aeiill-mralie glad to gel the advice of this asSHORTAGE QUESTION as in the matter to which that sociation as to the form it should take resolution relate. for the beat interest of all roiicproed." Mr. Forsker, replying to Mr. Bacon, The matter of government rontrul of Car Shortage Haa Had a Crippling Efthe public grazing latula In Colorado reviewed the history of tlie Browna-vlllfect Upon the Business of in the senate to controversy has the and throughout west, the State. been a bone of contention in the show that the questions of the Presithe raised had been dent's by power rank of the slock growers. While President had eent to Ihe many of them favor Preridi-n- t itooao-Veit- s message ontheDecember 17th last. Mr. He stile , Wash., Jen. 22. Evidence. idea in this regard, it I stated Poraker maintained that from the be- Indicating that luiidieimen have been a majority are antagonistic to thi ginning all he had contended for waa payiug money lo railnotd employes lo plan. have cam spotted" i their tracks, President MacKenzie recommended the facta. waa introduced before Interstate Comthat the association ouuslder the matInjustice to President. merce Commissioner Franklin K. Iam ter carefully. In while sal.! Moron that Mr. reply at the bearing this afternoon Into the At W. A. the afternoon advocate car shortage question. Harris of Kansas addressed the con- he wae far from being an believed lha Charles M. Patton, president of the vention oil the "Extension of Foreign of the President, hein yet. the Koiaker Reliance Dumber company language proposed and Vice Market for Our Meat Producla. A general nf railroad ser resolution waa an Injustice to the President aud Secretary of the ' Atlas Dumber and Shingle company, mad a vice was on the program, but waa President. A roll call then waa taken on Mr. the etaiemenl during ihe cuurae of hia carried over. Furakera motlnii to lay the Mallory examination. substitute on the tablr. This motion Mr. Patton had been giving some POSTPONE TRIAL. prevailed, 43 to 22. facta and figures showing that there Me-sr- a. and Warner MrCumlmr, Washington, Jan. 22. The post- laiFollette voted with the Democrat a waa an apparent discrimination In the ponement of th trial of Representa- and Meaara. Teller aud Tillman with distribution of cars at Tacoma among: the mill. tive Mlngc-- Herman on chargee con"How do you acount for this discrimnected with the land frauds Investiga- theMr.Republicans. lanMcCumber, criticising the ination?" asked Commissioner lorae. tion. from February 4th to February j ofof the Foraker resolution, "Only that, somebody waa buying 11th, waa ordered today by Justice guage a fered substitute In neither the le- car" replied the wltneaa. Stuffprd in the criminal court. Disnor the justice of the Presi"What la a common salutation trict Attorney Maker pleading that hia gality not admit of dent's action was brought Into ques- among lumbermen, concerning this phyilcal condition ld hia entering on the trial. Attorneys tion. It waa, he ald, simply an purchasing of car?" aaked Austin E. for nil Investigation. Griffith, who waa conducting the exfor the defense consented. moved to Mr. the Furaker then lay amination for the lumbermen. For atmllar reason Justice Stafford substitute on the table. Well, a very common salutation postponed the trial of the Mr. wae vote this Before taken, trend land among lumbermen ia What la the hia oppositrom FebrMrr 11 lh ,0 M,rch Heybtirn briefly explained today T aaid Mr. Patton. tion to any expression regarding the price "The price of rare runs from $1 to Piealdrat'e authority, and Mr. stone 15 a car. Borne weeks ago the supertook occasion to review Senator Till- intendent of onr mill at Tacoma saw man's attempt at humor" yesterday. a very large car being switched BOISE AND SINATE He raid lie had taken no offeuee at the around. He aaked the conductor If to himself In Mr. Tillman's we were SUMMARY FOR JAN. 22 reference going to get that car. The characterization of the ttenaie aa conductor aaked him how much It was mlnetrcl troupe." end wee sorry ihe worth to hint. The superintendent Mr. Car aaid from Tennessee that while we wanted that car Houae Paaaea Consular Bill Senate mack) and the senate had dlmnialed pretty badly, wo were not going to th it. from the record. Paatas Compromise Forakcr for It. The conductor aaid that It that Jobbers were being forced to Resolution, Mr. McCnmlier'a substitute waa then pay was worth $10 to him and wo did not dose up their bonnes because they tabled without a roll call. are unable to get Into competition with get the car. Culbarson Substitute. E. J. Cannon, other territories on an equal haul. On Washington, Jan. 12. "Hie house Similar cases over the entire west attorney for the Northern Pacific, a suited Culberon Senator pToimsed conand are hinging on the reeult of the Den- today passed thr diplomatic which provided for no invest! wanted to find out the names of ahlp1 ver Inquiry and the decision here will sular appropriation bill, which carries tuts had paid for rare and the ' Per that resolved the hut simply paiion, more than 13,000, iwi and the military I f employes who had received govern other like unit. waa authorized by law nnd e Mr. Harrison made a motion to no academy appropriation hill, carrying president Commissioner Dane th n"np.In Ihe fact dismissing ijiiHlified by Into the matter amend the complaint that the class $1.JI1d,K3. about, murred going whole said the aoldlcra. He negro During consideration of the diplorates may be rhown to be matter wa now In the hand of UI 'Aremarked that that wastoa Invest!matic bill, upeerhe were made by question who and unreasonable. railroad boinpany or denied the or opiraaed of Kentucky F. W. Meego, local manager for Representative Slierlpy Bat. the or right of position of Reeve a Company, manufacturer of on the treaty making power," by Rep- authority But we dispute that any such a at Columbus. In- resent atlie Slaydcn of Texas, who theA President. farming lmpletm-nt- i exists, said Mr. Cannon. practice un demanded waa call the roll of IPieral tlie recognition has testimony "The commiKidon diana, was examined in regard !o the urged a more the motion substitute and Culberson oiith In the matter of diplomatic aprates charged from Columbus to Denfrom all over the country that the was on table It the carried, to lay ver and other point approximately pointment and by Representative 40 to ID practice la a pretty universal one," aaid. the same distance from the manufac- - Dongworth of Ohio, who spoke In favor Commissioner Foraker on resolution A tle vote resl-thState owning the The matter ended there. luring center. Hi testimony showed of the United without roll and wa then taken, rates were greater to Denver than donee of It foreign representatives. call the resolution wa- - declared A mult I Mule of witnesses testified to other points. He said he wa unLane today Commissioner before adopted. able to J5b hia commodity from this crip- Jan. 22. The senate Mr. Foraker immediately moved tn about the car shortage and theIndue-ItWashington. i city on account of the excessive rates today passed he compromise Foraker send the resolution to the committee pH effect it ha had upon the lum-o- f to tlie west. resolution authorizing the committee of the contingent expense Hlp of 'be state. Not oiily were Not Specific Enough. on artillery affairs to Investigate the the senate to secure authority for bermen put on the staud, but Senator of Commissioner Prouty announced fads of the affray at Hrownavlllc on Inquiry. Mr. Kane, chairman of the : Paulhanina told of the Buffering committee. Immediately announced tbe Puyallup berry growers and tho that the allegation in the complaint the nights of August 13 and 14. laat. wheat farmers of eastwere not specific enough. He sug- without questioning the legality nr that he had been authorized by that trouble of the were ern gone Into. of Washington the act to aak a favorable of committee president any report gested to Attorney William Harrison justice contended that aflumbermen Tbe with connected nr waa tbla (hat to resolution and on the comreport relating representing Mr. Kindel, that the ThU action came after the agreed tn. The action concluded the while the car shortage waa particularplaint be made more specific In re-- fray." garj" tothe" clii s rate. He sai(Tthiit subject had been under consideration subject preliminary to Investigation ly acute at the present time there had never been a time for jer when they an allegation could be made tbt the almost daily alncp the flrat dv of the authorized. gm all the cars that they wanted. The claaa rates were excessive, but that it, present session of congress and every disrate at which ran moved waa gone would be difficult. If not Impossible, phase of the question had lieen Into and it was shown that this has SECRETARY ROOT to make an allegation on commodity cussed on all side. steadily decreased from an average Before the adoption of 'he resolurates. 2 94 miles In ACCORDED OVATION movement per car of1906. Mr. Kindel drclarel that the com- tion several suienieniss were voted 1903 to 30 miles in ile Senator Mallory, One down. by a Denver was bad to that pay plaint author-I- I No attempt wah made to dispute higher rats per ton per mile than some daring that the president had car shortage hr the railroad atthe and acted course hia justly, v for other cltlsa. Reads Message Which He Had Just An22. 43 to of a vole They sought to show, howtorney. tabled by Mr. Prouty said he did not lielievs nn Received From Governor the present paralysis of ever. that McCumber. simply bv Senator the commission would hold that in other. Swettenham. waa result of the floods In trafll the without ion an Invest for igat ere too high nor providing general the rate November. would any court hold that the rate in reference to tbe president in any mana viva voce vote. general were to high. Denver wa ner. waa tabled by Culberson, simply Ottawa, Out Jan. 22. Secretary so situated, he tuiid. that the rate to A third, by Senator PLANS FOR CONFERENCE. Ban Francisco through Denver should indorsing the president' action and Root spent ihe forenoon at Ridcau hall taCanawas waa of ihe the guest today and he lower than the rats to Denver. providing for nu luveatigation, dian club at luncheor. at the Russell Berlin. Jan. 22. Professor de MaaThla would not show that the rate to bled by a roll call vote of 4 to 19. tlw- - peace conference envoy of rten. on bouse this vote the afternoon. record no wa n There Denver was too high. The only and Ambassador Mr. an when Root Nicholas, oration received Emperor resolution adopted. be on which the caae could and discussed plan wa Tower be said met be first rose He the lo today Sutherland speak. ocupied Senator heard was that the rates are unreasonIt Is understood i three hours of the da'-'- session deliv- deeply sensible of the honor conferredr for ihe conference. able to Denver. gove-ernoon that this of inquiry regardthe him the senate. In preliminary the prerenoe by hi first speech If that la what your are trying to ering tr- general snd the premier nf Can- ing the views r the United State show." aaid Mr. Prouty. you have It waa In behalf of the righta of Reed the of those Mr. elude also t said in And ada. ascertaining to own kindly greeting." '.;c very little evidence. Ho far you have Smoot of tile has been received by me since South and Central American state, shown nothing rzepp' that the r:e :he senaie. Tbe Brownsville debase Root, a: Washington being the . hen followed. Senators taking ihe op- I took me seat at the table from a genon cotton piece goods are fur reasons which were regardi-t- l a in a certain sense repre-- i portunity to explain the vo'e they tleman who. nliug those stale. apparent, could not obtain a seat at hould east on the tosol'illou. (Continued on Page HevenJ live-Rfx- x s RATE INVESTIGATION dor-trln- n, t. o Driven Out of Business By Freight Rates on Raw Material a Ui A i i t r Kindel Claims That Manufacturers Have B;cn Denver, Colo., Jan. 22.- - Interstate Commerce Commissioner C. A. Prouty today told attorneys for George J. who Kindel, the local manufacturer, complains against a number of railroads, that ao far they had failed to show conclusively that freight rates tu Denver were unreasonable. Fearing that the ease was getting away from Kindel and hia attorneys, A. J. Spengel. president of the chamber of commerce, through hia attorney, asked leave of Commissioner Prouty to intervene. This move at flrat puzzled Kindel and hia lawyers, because the chamber of commerce had contributed money to help along Klndel'a action, but President Spengel later exweek. that too much weight had been No sailor have been landed from plainedto question of rate per ton the British cruiser Indefatigable, givenmile the since the bearing began yesper which arrived last night. terday, and that waa not what wa wanted by Denver merchants, bat Instead they wanted Denver to be given GOVEBNORS THANKS the same rights, terminal and otheras Missouri river points. ARE NOT iUFFICIENT wise, The defense began offering testimony lat in tiie day and a representative of the Union Pacific railway exBrltiah Government Is Making Official plained the system of rate making. Inquiry Into Authenticity of Swattenbam'a Letter,. Denver, Jan. 21 A formidable array of lawyers wax lined up In the Unltej States courtroom today when London, Jan. 22. The Incident aris- C. A. Prouty, Interstate colhmsrce ing from the exchange of letters at commissioner, reumed his InvestigaKingston between Governor Bwetten-ha- tion of the complaints against a score and Rear Admiral Davia now ap- of railroad companies, alleging dispears to be entering the waiting stage, crimination In freight rates against a the government, after doing all pos- thla city and state. sible la the absence of advices from Joe F. Valle and Elrod Clark repthe governor of Jamaica, is obliged to resent the Burlington and Denver ft defer further action until he report!. Rio Grande. Cliytin Dorsey appeared In the meantime the trend of official for the Southern Pacific and some of sentiment Is toward having Governor the eastern Unas; D. W. Tears for Swettenham apologize or retire, but ihe Lake Shore ft Michigan Southern; this la baaed on the press accounts H. J. Rogers and E. P. Pierce for the of the incident and on letters, and Santa Fe; C. D. Haight for the Erie, It may be modified by Governor and B. A. Lowe for the Rock Island. Swettenham' version, giving extenu- J. J. Jeffrey and other counsel were ating circumstances. present and joined In the questioning la the absence of a report to his of wltnesre. Three of vital Interest to the girernment, his dispatch to Secretary which has been reurod-iceRout, entire west were emphasized by Geo. here, tends further to mystify the mind J. Kindel, manufacturer, and on of cf the public, which finds it difficult to the complalrants. Mr. Kindel claimed reconcile the governor's present recg that Denver manufacturers had been citlon of the asDtance rendered by driven out of business by freight ratea the American squadron with the terms on raw material. He declared rates of hia previous letter. are low to t)i Pacific coast and DenJohn R. Carter, American charge ver people paving much mure than nn held Informal .xrhangc those at tidewater. He also stated daffaires, d JANUARY G'tv. f lieve Sufferings of THAT L: h tt Ex- rallH w hb AND NESDAY. vibther. lrt ARE THE WEATHER WILL as well the county OUM Ut acmes sly UTAH WEATHER FORECAST . de-th- exa-aoivt- ! . J - con-ditlo- exci-ssive- f r !