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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1906, New York, New York such franchise or laws applicable 0. The right to refuse or withdraw such franchise or license in case of tion of with appropriate right of Judicial to prevent abuse of power by the administrative The licensing of corporations would be conducted by the Bureau of under the direction of the Secretary of Commerce and It would mean the division of all business In the United States into two domestic in- purpose of jurisdiction over GOVERNORS ON WEALTH Executives of South and Wyoming Give April 16, 1906. the Editor Neto York In my Judgment our Constitution would not allow the passage of a progressive tax on fortunes beyond a certain amount Of the Constitution could be amended it the people favor such a plan of Washington has a good inheritance which has been sustained In every particular by our It taxes all in- lineal and and gifts made In anticipation of death IB a great revenue The tax Is lower or as the degree of relationship is near or While I consider enormous fortunes accumulated a menace to good gov I not see any way to tax one class of property or property holders out of proportion to I certainly not be legally done unde our present If the President can evolve some sys tern that will make the very rich pay thel Fit to i VOL. ROOSEVELT proportion of ainly have my taxes t will 1. FEDERAL LICENSE Gov y rll 15; the Editor of of believe In an in that some Such t and a Then the Wealth on large fee S. BATTLE IN NEXT To the 15, 1008. would f of a He Will Propose That All Traders tax on B. tween States Be Compelled Get Federal Special to The New Ideas on a Cause No April Now twenty-four hours have passed since the President's sensational speech at the laying of the cornerstone of the House April ing newspapers cles to President ceremony of e j thel the speech at Df the building ideas on the of the pf the are beginning to take clearer excitement produced by his discussion of an inheritance tax still and a tremendous Impetus has been given to the torpid income tax But the real significance of the President's utterance is becoming better The to the I In the view of t but of President Roo public resident's ie papers was I s generally IB it was bold o be expected Is defense of y to It Is seen that the next number on his programme is not the inheritance or Income but the Federal license plan which he first advanced Mr. 1 mencing to and article from to y Is and abuse A. than a year but which It was impossible for him to push at that This is the matter really closest to the heard where gle volco was K outspoken sed a agai the not a His of a dent's The regulation of which late events have pushed virtual t a Is with him a mere him more Ho has been fighting along the line in they least words as It was directly after the has at In that the President gave the tax system of clear of his and duty which did It through not limit heir may er of whose annual from was made public a little over a after Mr. Roosevelt had received his to Count full commission from the This report was forth as a of him There not the least concealment the the fact that while nominally at deed from Mr. it really came from a. loyal of In putting It forth Mr. my rendering on a like velt merely desired to get his is but license plan before the public arid did President Intend to push it before the Emperor step in his the regulation railway had been 1 at a is the IN dent's motto in such and he perfectly well aware that if he the Red to shove through two radical reforms Bank's i get The railway rate the and in natural order precede the Federal the fog yeste field and the d the of scheme Central The President was also perfectly well aware that ho could not get even the the N t id both boats rate preliminary through in less than two Congressional He accordingly placed the Federal franchise scheme on the ready to be taken up the was out of the and began with all his extraordinary energy for rate Tha of the by the House its death in the Senate were no surprise to He had PO expectation of getting anything done In a short The fight was merely to crystallize public opinion so that Con gress would not be able to refuse The about 10. o'clock hovering was running hig down in passenger list of the tide bellowed warning They crashed bro haying every and her cabin md in Th vis o y 1 boa Is 6 leav the I the f ind t Pla it Int and ke a le on rd owl I a her berth Bank was The tide ie rain came to commuting the Red Bank the smashed and the Red crumpled up what he and the public had shown tha i they YI 1 Red Bank This Is the President's favorite policy In dealing with public and i Is not the least a Jerseyite which was the shock of an AS bonnet she fell with and her that a railway rate will be and the President will be free superstruct tween the c wedged of the take up at once the next number oh to the gave one de- In his message to the next the short session of the Fifty-ninth the history of the rate be with the Federal franchise plan in its No such legislation can be enacted at O for the co the deck hands were not sheered away fr led Bank still k o pass id ca ired t groped but tern that they the other and the and but the House will probably pass a which die in the Then the President will begin on the river The jersey she trip to the s towed away fight to push it through the Sixtieth not till is out of Th n commission Red B was kept rary rails way will he take Hip his third rigged the inheritance tax which he suggested IN The President's plan for Federal control of corporations contains six Homeless by The granting of a Federal April hundred and or license to engage In are been the earthquake 2. The imposition of all necessary southern Formosa as to corporate Town of the and management as a condition escaped to the grant of such franchise or in f be- 3. The requirement of such reports now In several other returns as may be desired as a and affected by of the retention of such changed the The 4. The prohibition of all are to relieve and corporate agencies from engaging thousands homeless and foreign commerce the i- such Federal franchise or around Kagl 5. The full protection of the grantees of persons were to-day fair and r lorrow f northwest NEW 16, New nod THIRD TROOPS IN SPRINGFIELD Men Killed by Missouri Mob Were Probably GOV. FOLK OFFERS REWARDS Prisoners Escape from Wrecked House Damaged and His Wife May Special to Tha New York April con- tqnt with the hanging and burning of two groes last the mob early this lynched another in the shadow the statue of Others have met the had not the mob Iti Its so wrecked the that prisoners There Is good believe that the lj men were innocent of the crimes c: When the mob finally dispersed this it was with continue against the During the race feeling has been To-night three companies of State by Gov. 250 deputy are keeping order In the Three more companies of a re on the way It Is believed tl mt they will be Efforts are already under way to cite the men in the Folk has offered a reward of for evidence will convict any of the and has Instructed Rush Assistant At- to here at once to make an Investigation and start The lynching of the third was an afterthought on the part of the After it had seen the bodies of the no groes Duncan and Copeland burned in a big fire a man Jumped on the balcony of light tower on which the e ojf Justice stands and and there is an- other man up in that Jail who killed old nian Shall we get The answer was a roar of and the mob made for the There they found the William charged with the murder of O. M. He dragged protesting his BURIED BY Two Aged Scant Fare During April the coarse of the work of salvage at to-day t aged still but after six enton were earthed by the The women were anong the hun who were crushed falling the rain of stones and ashes Vesuvius last Sunday a ad had abandoned of finding persons women protected by the rafters of the which they were in anl had ma exist on a few morsels pf food which iad In their Nine bodies were taken out and it is that a hundred remain under the worl salvage goes on amid the twisted m of and sta and in the deep cinders and was taken to the scene of the other Allen calmly walked up to the balcony of the tower with the rope around his He protested innocence The leader of the mob asked the crowd i A hat should be done with Hang you Will came the with a asked the At some points feet reaching to ot second stories of the lew houses At San Giuseppe bodies have been found of in whose hands were and and one wo nan held a Indicating the instinct preserve ea: belongings in the moment of fleeing The at similar instances death taking persons carrying their jewels While The somewhat threa Vesuvius last night hairing subsided the ejection of us clouds of and these elements have begin to the settle again tain in a thick haze and cutting off view from the outline o base being Prof. Director of the Observatory on the tonight MOTHER AND SON KILLED IN INCUBATOR Caught Live Wire Which Carried MOTHER TRIED TO SAVE SON SAVES MEEK Fifteen Owned a Town Till the ashes are and ten the still condition of the following hi ar emission of sand abundant a satisfactory The sudden renewal gave way to i of the f alarm last he of Easter with unusual The festival is always picturesque day la was doubly Archbishop of h but Cardinal an orate thanksgiving miss in tl while In the crowds before sacred i NEGRO WHO CUT Women In Auto Use perse Crowd Thomas 40 a con who lives in tilled and thirty-five were Dalgo 400 buildings were bu were killed and The latest adv was more jnt as the peop were able to es co ind three i were in. ices say ul than that of March 17, e had been warned they LINE MEN Southern Bell States Quit at 0 States will be North Florida The grievances the telephone At At lapsed and 740 persons were hat the shock Employ linemen of the Southern and Telegraph Company go on strike es In Seven Bell Telephone morrow Seven West and South the refusal of to the union and a for ter pay and linemen are pa with INDEX TC p oft Jge 9. Arrivals of 6. Financial 12 Marine Intelligence and foreign 6. Weather 0. Fir Auction 11. Furnished Rooms and Help and Wan Hotels and Res 11. M Latest Shipping I said the Have you anything to Mr. was ear roared the Somebody pushed Allen he sho The rope broke and he landed In the embers of the fire in which the bodies of the two negroes had been burned He was i taken up to the balcony again and a new rope was He was told to I swear I did not kill said Then he was compelled to rope held and several persons made Its work by shooting the Then members of the mob rushed back to the jail to find Bud the other negro accused of the Rouark They then learned of the escape of the fourteen They returned to the tower and helped to burn the body of Mayor-elect Blain then addressed the crowd got them to dis- i Negroes oh the streets were hooted by and in many cases crowds ered to attack Many firearms were A great crowd of negroes gathered on tho public square to-night and re- fused to disperse at the command of the It was feared be a but the arrival of first com- pany of militia this evening resulted in the dispersal of the It is pretty well established that Horace Duncan arid the two groes who were first did not commit the assault upon Miss Mabel which they were Edwards positively failed to identify them and the employers proved an alibi for They would been released In a day or after the excitement had cooled In the same way there Is every reason to believe that Allen was innocent of the murder of The police believe that the committed by the negro who escaped from the i Prosecuting Attorney Roscoe Patterson of Greene County said Every man implicated in this outrage whose name I am able to learn will be punished to the full extent of the The members of the mob are not They are out- into the be- sides lynching three released and became lawbreakers by giving freedom to imprisoned near Pelham Avenue found near his home In a dying up and assaulted by haS discharged from time ago and who bore The negro Is Robert Belmont H feet and a giant had a dispute with th now most rom re- iand the the continues in less id wait serenely a Machine the was arly this He had been held i negro his he him a grudge H. of is more six In s a weeks ago and was summarily Since then the man hes been seen ing around Maher's long after this morning he hid be- hind a tree In Avenue waited for the who was The sprang behind the tree and attacked He few who immediately shouted for His cries were heard by many in the including the of an automobile which was coming along the In were two women and a The seeing that was let the au As he approached the spot w the two men were he re one as a denly jumped back und Maher unconscious to the ran Policeman of t ie Tremont Station was also attracted by to the spot the Maher suffering razor slashes In He was guided headlights of the aut and ly called a Fordham which removed the then jumped I ito the autom Mr. Patterson said to-night that he mth pf 'The sr day of nine on 13. 14, and 15. will to-morrow to Lincoln of the Criminal Court summon a Special Grand Jury at and make thorough This it Is will be backed by a petition signed by hundreds of the best citizens of this The better classes bitterly resent the and wish to see every lyncher It la reported that Sheriff Homer was that a mob being formed to attack the jail and the but that he failed to take any It has been intimated that Gov. Folk will have Sheriff Sheriff Homer to-night gave out a. ment denying responsibility for the and declaring he not have averted them In any He says there men and boys in the and flf he had fired upon he have killed some without doing any I He admits he received a warning from 'the Chief of Police during the ibut he did not there would be an attack upon the as there had been many wild rumors and so he did In extra deputies or ask for v When the mob broke into his residence and began smashing furniture and breaking he his wife and children and while he wao them to a place safety the broke in to 'the wife is flow in a critical condition from the JEFFERSON April Gov. Joseph in a statement at Springfield a Whatever the offense of the negroes may have been and however deserving of death they may have they were entitled to punishment by law and not by a 11. fan oua public I The lynching most disgraceful General to the Prosecuting Attorney of County to punish the and shall offer a of for any Information that will lead to the conviction of member of the Is a for naw Chicago p. M. and Grand Sagt at morning which was numbered the names of The aut toward the Tremont but a crowd was caused the order a stop and man whal was He was told that and that a to his and the chauffeur then sent the automobile forward at top speed lb the run at ling top Here The negro She Also Took Hold of the Wire and Fell Experimenting with New Process. A live wire attached to a new incubator heated by electricity cost two lives early yesterday near Croton of Daniel and his who died trying to save f Daniel with his father and lived far removed froni their nearest Their farm is a large and for some time they have dabbled In They used several styVes of with varied Recently the son determined to secure a patent affair advertised to hatch BOO chickens at a time by The incubator was bought and set up last The father is a relative of the who operate the electric plant lights Croton When lie told his relatives what he intended doing they readily agreed to furnish him with tho necessary A wire was from tho electric plant to the chicken and on the thing was The who knew something about with the various switches and controllers he felt he undery stood Throughout his experiments Mrs. his was with She was much Interested In the success of the as well as devoted to her On Saturday 600 eggs were placed in the rent was turned full Several times In the early evening they went out to the chicken house see that everything was as it and before retiring they agreed to get up at 3 another It was the first and they wished to no When p o'clock came mother and son dressed so as not to disturb the elder It was very took a son might bo to see how to Just what happened in the never be It was from the position in which the bodies Were when the tragedy was the sqn caught hold the carrying its rent of the mother her life trying to Mr. slept peacefully un- til day When he got up he his and she failed to his calls he i He went all over the house searching for and thinking of the incubator in which she arid his son were so much hurried to the chicken house In which It had been There he found his wife and their son by The son still held the live wire in his the flesh which was terribly The mother's arms were clasped about his body and the to be seen that when ehe saw what had happened she seized the tried to tear him away from it. Mr. BO unnerved by the shock of discovery that it was some little time before he could give an he neighbors sent for Coroner Mitchell of The after viewing the decided that the son had been killed by a live wire and that the mother had vainly given her life in the attempt to save that of her VALLEY After reign of all day when adoes took possession robbed citizens on up several forcing the In to range In line and deliver the towri was rid of the the nerve of Mrs. John who with a gun in either hand ar- rested three of the men and h jaded a posse which drove the others f om the While three of the toughs were holding up husband's saloon and robbing eleven Fairgraves entered i1 Suddenly placing to the head of the she told him tip his she would blow ite head The gun was handed to ana before other two could reco covered them With assistance of the men In the ea robbers were bound and taken Mrs. Fairgraves then headed pon the which drove the other BASEBALL KILLS A Strikes Lad In Forehead He Watches a i Robert House Jersey at Palisade Avenue and Street watching a game of baseball between the Ideal and Active when one of the players struck p. foul It hit Norton the He fell Some of Wa friends carried him to his a where Dr. Culver was but OUT OF THIRD GORKY IS NOW HIDING In Seclusion at Sympathizer's Friends Now s Writer's Humiliation to the Rivalry to Get His Writings Maxim the I Russian author and was for twelve early 12 years of 42 Court standing found a refuge afr third time in less than yesterday time from tha apartment house at 12 Fifth where he had ter being driven from the Hotel Brevoort Mme. the Elan actress he brought to this country introduced as hie With them went Gorky's adopted eon and his private M. The s whereabouts last night was kept a secret by They said that he hud gone into sion with his family in the country house of a to devrto to bis literary Mme. An- his adopted so i. and his the boy was The not able learn struck the FOR Latest St. Report ing the Size of the Loa ST. of ugly rumors here to effect that there has been a hitch in It Is positively affirmed night that the agreement will be sighed on 21. The loan Is to be for I The Associated Press hears that a group of American bankers through iho Russian financial agent in the United States agreed to 4ake worth of the but demanded a higher commission than their foreign col- leagues for placing the bonds and their price In the SOMERSAULT TO DODGE Acrobat Landed Safely After a Clever r Leap His of his ability to turn Was able nd in a were said to be with It camo out yesterday that the Russian author and his party received at tha undor i Manager of the after he hod learned the tity of Us aid decided that he not want to shelter sent a message across the street to the where two apartments happened to b6 and arranged for THE CITY datlon for a foreign Manager of the sent word over to the that he thought he fix the ers up all A Mme. went the by their They wera to two the on elgh The members of tho themselves one on the th party at once made in Shortly afterward a delegation of Russian Socialists called with carriages and took all four up t where Gorky the Grand land tho actress ad- dressed a large of Socialists and got a while went to the keley where were a During their Manager Geraty learned His an of 21B West to escape without injury of any head-on collision last night between bis bicycle bicycle and an HI i acrobat without even a riding on the east side at Fifty-eighth Street at- tempted td croas tho street In front of an automobile and operated by John Prince of men first misjudged the and then as quickly a. collision was Prince threw on his emergency while not willing to take any did a fe sault off his on his clear of the path of the oncoming The i patl cle struck the front He 5blle, 3 ex- were mobile was driven In th the occupants ance the negro had been policeman had gone led Belmont found the house there Meanwhile the two policemen at from fought to seep the mol breaking Into the The chauffeur charged with his auto nobile severa to disperse the When the reserves was forcibly entered arrived the and a search for the He was found cro in the He was locked up Tremont Police The clamoring for his lift oner In the patrol wagon to the The automobile wt service J President's Son Is After Next Special to York SPRI Roosevelt of President has decide a expedition in next Jake the who served tl e President in that capacity pilot young The President's son is ed to arrive in Springs time in but long he will remain this the hunt LANDSLIDE STOPS Jersey City Continues When He Sees Church Is While the Rev. Howard Av pastor of the Waverly Congregational in Ravine Jersey was preaching his Easter sermon there came a. crash like a peal of runs from Hoboken up the Palisades to Jersey City It is bounded ion each side by retaining The heavy rain had loosened the on the southern and about feet of wall gave way and crashed into direction taken by the trail I the followed several tons of f I which completely blocked the by As the church Is near the brow of of the glancing flopped and was run over by Jhe SLAIN IN MUTINY AT i Officer of a Battleship Tug Fired April Identity of the new was when a messenger the Hotel Brevoort came the dinner of the of their name of i the Russian the he consulted o collect for and When he saw the author at tho top of Mrs. the of the apartment and she directed him to ask the new guests to night end re- turned to the about midnight they found their tru their baggage piled u made Gorky became Then they wero politely but firmly baggage f H. Wilshire host at 'the Hotel Invited him to and when He wa Portuguese crowd of men who were clamoring the and making suggestions of a lynching Policeman Sturgls was doing his nest to keep the crowd at the house backL He got e for the rei the 400 feet above where the cave-in the building was in no Pastor Briggs through a dow saw what had He paused a moment and went on with his There was absolutely no said times house made aching the still followed tnb ch had done such HUI the Bears IS. it son upon lorado veteran hunter and relating the Every member of the congregation knew ly what had and that the building was as safe as It had been a mile There was no ment and no need for It take days the r i MAY TRY Leading Railroads of Them in Main Line Steel passenger coaches may soon be in service on the main lines of the principal The Railroad getting designs from the big car and the Ohio dnd the Southern Railway agers are considering the adoption of This has been brought about largely by the criticism to which the railroads have been subjected because of serious road The use of steel cars would lessen the danger to life in road catastrophes newspapers to-day print a storw ito the effect that while the Portuguese ship Vasco da Gama was Lisbon on the April 13 usual and signals for help v The tug approached the but was fired and I The papers say that a Lieutenant was killed by the of the vessel In re- venge for the death of a sailor who was by the Lieutenant as Ing to fire a The papers also say that the tion of the of cruiser who mutinied April 12, are being and that seven of have already been sentenced to The censorship is h ROWk Actresses at Odds Over Theatre tickets and a Special .to The New York Tim t. became known to-day that trouble arose betw Miss Olga and Mrs. Leslie Carter over the professional matinee which Miss Nethersole gave last Thursday and which received from Miss Nethersole several box when the performance drove to a v here she purchased a bracelet engraved name and of Miss which she sent to to presents from Miss Nethersole returned the 1 the accompanied by the say Miss. v Thereupon Mrs. Carter wrote lad for to pay for the box and sent it to Miss companied by a note in which pressed JUSTICE HOOKER Receiver for Bahk ms been engaged No steel are at present through the game t Is not known how or in what of will take plac 18 cago for of the The has three combination cars on and so has the New New The New York tral 125 steel passengers on they are for service on the local Unes about to be from Special to The New York April actions brought by Christopher as receiver for Ban Warren B. Hooker Is made He is charged an Indebtedness to the institution of Some of thin amount Is due on indorsed and a portion on the about that He tried Mr. Geraty to relen not 01d him his conduct in midnight in a strang rlage from a stable I On this was placed said the who it Gorky's Immediate any They were driven t at Broadway and Twenty-seventh young pared to enter the but changed his dered the driver to Grand Central Stat men purchased tick for what was unloaded and pi little later and M. staying at he Russian Players first Inkling as to iks and the rest of in the The and even the stolid sked to take their r apartments had been and had to his own house asked to leave that In vain to and when he did that he considered g the party out at city It ended by the calling a carr East Tenth Street he Gorky Gorky's 1 son and his tary got in. us to first-class the only one among knows the Hotel f got out and pre- the take them to the n. the two the driver The baggage iced In tho baggage Then they dismissed the a check she ex- lemande Oakland Track Superintendent Special to The New T SAN April 1 of the Oakland rd night by over by a train near the Sixteenth Ho was and tho is ho did the whistle of ani was being ruh Street e There will no racing at because ot 1 For perfect and maturity try We recommend It t eva were at 3 Fifth denied at that address most though a young man who answered the when a TIMES reporter called yesterday afternoon said he was not prepared to aver Russian actress had Miss who IB connected with a syndicate which supplies Russian stories for warmest 11 did not knoW where the but the driver Is that they take a Gorky and Mme. according to the people at the when they left the hotel wont across the street to 8 Fifth the Club A returned to yesterday morning for panted by and M. After breakfast they departed and have not since been H. Gaylord who extended his hospitality to the Russian author on his arrival In this country In such a handed professed last night to believe that and Mme. This that Gorky and the not spent the night and Sunday dented that Gorky end Mme. were there or they had spent the night Where is Miss was do not I wish I letters have been left for him we wish to forward lo Dr. one of and M. an other one of at the Club A. Misa Bensley asked If M. Gorky He does sh It's very that he for he Is best of Robert said of Ma Kim Gorky and the woman whom wife Is no longer in the local tion is up to Secretary nt of Commerce Labor at i. i If Gorky aa he married to the and at the sai ne time is not his ta
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