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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Washington, District Of Columbia 7 SEND IN TOUR COPT FOB THE SUNDAY 4 NO. 12.973. 1911.-FOURTEEN TWO TO KILL Three Commanders at Get Menacing SIXTH BOMB ARREST MADE Explosions and Fires Have Done SENTRIES SHOOT AT SIGHT tvery Member of One Battery Believed m Plot to Destroy Than Double Guards on Duty Night and Near to Terror for Months at Kansas Federal Arrested as Implicated in Is Suspect to Be Rearrested INII n n Doc hi John i ill ot I hi was i I in with i h 11 i tiros n I IM I Kill u nit the ROV nil lit i il is tin sixth soldier arrest i I sin i tin HIM ot the i v IK follow Quirk's con i In the s mi rit tin instigation of the Rev i s M chap I nn at I h I. u MIX w ho i mill to privately i i thi i I n for nine in ds in rir fi of terror BS i II army post i n Commanders Threatened there frequently MI i mil u v lint three com ol post had i iv letters ing tin in ilt nth and the fort vv it h st i in tion Ih ni ijui nts ot tin h w i S ol s and Col t 1) 1'ht letters appeared i i In i n pruned 1 to Shoot Strangers i i 1 simt last i ink I r 11 I is under more th in siarl havt been ported i it n tli holm s of ttu commit M I 111 is anil nt h is il I i II us of ttu se homes t ill Tru li lit plans tu N t v tl v il ill shmit s n wl IK L ml UK grounds sei mi li in th I bj i il nn sti nous in v. i i ii lut n w as 4hut I i t i I i i i U tl it i i tn all t 111 f lit llll I V i t h 1 ut i s s d 1 Ui hdvi hail foi i I 1 si u tion uf f ii t I H 1 M i 11 vv at the f it s IK t but Mai li nut bt It vv Tht I 1 Is 311st till i s apart r bin rw il on thi n 0 I Mini Thi sti m ture whk h M IT itc i total I h i Mr t on Mann in t ihv bull ImK but that I tbt loss was On I n in i t wus inaik tn bum a t il d k d with k i ru th n oni an 1 s t on i r iv th flames saved thi building and main lives The u II i lo k at night Government Bridge t cl v eminent the Kaw fl on the night of J ne l had bt t n taken to ex- tbt on that alJe of the awai ftom the forts water mams It was to teat I art In order to save of It troops in thi foil when lire tin Troop A stable ana killed I 01 t. an June The troops had en red out on a forced march tiro tnm in their belief that plotters planned to the fort off fmm water blew up a water mam nn tlir night of August 9 The at- t partly successful The f nt left one Nn i name Is closely written to Lieut Col Hoyle of the Sixth Held fiom New ork where he Is that In In possession of the facts regarding destruction of the to array shows that trie soldier was at Fort at time and has since been discharged from the Ice. Col Hoyle hag asked the former soldier to supply him with the details The arrest of and the release of Mrs Anna Jordan at Kansas City before Deputy United States Marshal U. E. Meed arrived here for her were the de- In the case today Chase said he would a rant Issued at for Mrs. Jordan's ar- rest ana would have It served through the States marshal's office at Kansas Officers who are on their way with the Rev Charles M accused of being the chief plotter against the government are expected here Woman Asserts Kansas Dec. officers having failed to arrive here day to take charge of Mrs Anna the released her the government officers want me at I can be found at my home said Mrs Jordan know nothing about the alleged plot Dec 16-W H deputy warden of the Federal penitentiary formerly United States for who investigated the explosions and fires at Fort In an Interview tonight declared neither the Rev Mr Brewer nor Mrs Anna Jordan were implicated in the crimes he was In Texas at the and returned to Junction Another Mistake foi In explaining his Investigation of the i he declared the person posed to be Brewer who Is said to have been neen near the fort preceding the burning af the was a former who attended the ball game played half way between Fort Riley and Junction and the deputy warden asserts this man resembled the former chaplain and was mistaken for him Mi said The former chaplain was down in astern part of Texas before the anil explosions occurred and long before the burning of the barn and con- he could have nothing to do with this In my the dis- asters were the work of some soldier or soldiers and parties accused had nothing to do with It In any CLUB FOR SPORTSMEN Millionaires Plan Fine Home on River at TO RIVAL EUROPEAN LODGES Two Miles of Water Front Have ready Been and a Lodge Which Is to Excel Any in the Country Will Be Erected Next ington Financier Heads sportsmen of Washington have obtained options on an extensive of along the River about 25 miles down the Potomac on the where they contemplate establishing one of the largest and most gun clubs in America Two inlis of land along the river front have been obtained by tlie ali which Is backed by the leading cap- of the city I1 nst Intimation of the extensive taking was made public by the men Interested in the venture but the names of thi promoters will not be an- until further organization has been effected Plans have already been made for the development of the anil it will be ready for occupation as It Is too late for the tion of a substantial hunting lodge the present shooting period will be sent to the big trait tn remove the underbrush and from the site selected for the It s will surpass all others In the In appointments Wild Rice Will Be The plan's for the lodge have not been made but It Is said It will be a lai building to accommodate the entire of Washington who desire to take a Test from their duties ami search for and other w itei aud upland birds Although the country about Quantico Is considered an excellent ground foi cluck during the fall and spi lug the capitalist backers of this new prise are not satisfied ft 1th the bei of Imds which make this fi f place and are planning to plant wild rice wild along the river banks which will be an at- traction to the birds on their journey and will entice them before the of the gunners The entire 2-mlle will not be given over entirely to ru e It Is for there will be eral shooting houses along river where the hunters may rest and warm themselves Will Rival Those of Vi cording to the plans already out- lined the new gun club will surpass any m the United States in the of its illustrious and wealthy bei s Several are already members of New York and other shooting but no e operations for hunting have bi en made like this venture In any other part of the In point of com- it is the new clubhouse and will be equal to the Ing lodges of the European Access to the shooting lodge aite is difficult at present on account of the poor roads for automobile but the Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Company has been contemplating ing a new wharf at Quantico River for several and with the of the new shooting cess may be had by The old wharf at Quantico River was abandoned several years and since then the steamers have made no stops for The president of the gun club is said to be the head of one of the largest cor- In the and the other of- are leaders in the financial world of the Several meetings have already been held for making tentative plans of GIRLS FRtE Jury Acquits Them of Trying to Kill MISS CONRAD HYSTERICAL Shrieks and Tears Her Hair as dict Is Remit Surprises Both Took Four One Man at Fust ing Out for Conviction of gree Cheered as They Leave the Scores on their pay publish the list and then go out and kill makes no he you like Stokes or I don't like I'm glad he Isn't my My father la a minister of the gospel and stands for everything Stokes Stokes la no even though his coat to that lively IB of many The fact remains that he was a wily old man who knew better than to get himself into a breach of promise The girl was the aggressor in romance And they call it On part It was lust the girl's It was lucre GOVERNORS IN AUTO Kvery Saturday and All trains both both daya Special to The Washington Post New Dec Graham and Conrad were acquitted today of the charge of attempting to kill W E D. The which freed the girls believed their that they shot Stokes in self-defense It was not Impressed by account of the gun play and the circumstances that led up to the shooting Persons who talked to the jurymen this evening said it was they considered that as well as the chorus had been on trial The verdict surprised both sides sel for the chorus girls floured on a dis- or at the a con- viction on tile second of the in- assault in the second degree Assistant District and expected a verdict of guilty of assault in the or second degree Both youngr women were powerfully by the two words that lifted them out of Miss Conrad particularly Girls Await While tile was deliberating tho two defendants were held in an adjoining was ob- a severe ordeal for both When summoned to hear the verdict ham unstrung and assisted into tho courtroom In limb The more Miss Conrad came but she seemed highly nervous As the foreman announced the words Miss Com ad and went into hysterics She B nk to the then ed up again tearing her hair and throwing Armi about It was a surprise to the for Miss Conrad had kept much the better nerve of the two defendants throughout the On the other Miss who continually wept during the and sobbed the more she heard the recovered herself when she saw her companion so affected and acted as the comforter to her younger friend It was at thought that Miss Con- rad had misunderstood the verdict and her companion tried to assure her that they were free I she said mother we are free Tell her we are coming home Wanted to Hug The hysteria continued for ten minutes before friends succeeded in quieting her She recovered as suddenly as she was and with Miss Graham on her issued from the courtroom to be greeted with cheers by a large crowd gathered outside Many persons stepped forward to their hands Later In Mr Jordan's office she and Miss Giaham talked about the verdict Miss they were lovely those and that she wished she had 1000 arms to hug them with But the trial had not pleased especially Mi Buckner s definition of her as a girl Vi hy poutingly a part in a show once where I slapped a man s face Good thing Mr Buckner didn't hear about said Miss Graham would have put that In your war record The arrived at its verdict after taking four ballots On three of them the jui each time 11 to 1 for the one man dissenting being in favor of a conviction of second degree assault The who crowded the did not appeal to be greatly sui prised No one was present representing Stokes except counsel His young who had been In the courtroom most of the decided not wait the It was stated at the Hotel Ansonia some hours later that the verdict had not been an- to Stokes up to that He was said to be still dangerously ill In considerable pain following the re- cent operation for the removal of an abscess on his kidney Arraignment The show were tried on of three the first charging an attempt to murder Of consideration of this the Jurors were relieved by Justice at the request of the district at- The court restricted the jury to the second and third which assault in the first with Intent to and assault In the second with Intent to do bodily v X The last day of the which pied three was devoted to tant District Attorney Buckner's savage arraignment of Graham and Miss Conrad as adventuresses ana to com- ments on hardly more Insinuating into his speech shades of Irony that frequently Irritated the lawyers for the caused Miss Conrad to giggle and Mlsa Graham to he spoke of the former as a of and wildcat of the latter as weeping He like he told the are to say to every woman in the cannot be convicted be- cause you are a Bald you acquit these defendants because they are little then go to all the women in the county and tell them to steal and pick Counsel hopes you will acquit because Stakes was a Let's set together and make of the men who have widows and di- of Suffers Slight Cut on Special to The Washington Post Dec. was an exciting time on the motor way when a. collision occurred between cars In which some of the visiting governors were A car running at the rate of 40 miles an hour and as passengers Gow Joseph M of Gov Edwin 1, of Montana and others skidded as It was being checked after racing around the and ran 4nto another car which also was skidding on the slippery Both cars shot wildly off their and some of the other governors and tators who had already alighted from machines had to run for safety No one was hurt except Gov who suffered a slight cut on one but the accident resulted in a badly frightened lot of executives Gov who Is a large was badly shaken up STRIKE FOR 30-CENT Citizens of Cleveland Decline to Eat Higher Priced Special to The Pout Cleveland Ohio Dec 30-cent egg crusade is on According to leporte from the headquarters of the 30-Cent Ugg Club more than 26000 Clevelanders ate breakfasts Friday Even housewives called TYank S ident of tho bj telephone and told he says that they served up un- settled coffee because they had no eggs to put in It Early Krause was the Job A pile of letters lav before him followers and members of the he as he waved his hand over the and he exhibited a letter con- the signatures of more than a dozen prominent Cleveland business an example of the class of people we hav i as members Good intelligent men They won't eat any eggs nor anything containing eggs for three weeks Mr Krause does not expect tq hear cries of alarm from the egg dealers for several davs just got well ed he said week or so will tell Mr Krause thinks by that time the price will drop Egg prices on the local market were not visibly affected day of the strike JUMPS TRACK NEAR Accident to Coach Nearly Plunges sengers Into the Dec IS signal tower was and passengers on the Conshohocken and ville express train of the Pennsylvania leaving Broad street station at 5 49 o'clock narrowly escaped be- ing thrown Into the Schuylkill River when the rear coach Jumped the track shortly after leaving the station Six coaches composed the all filled with When the rear car sounded from the rails the engineer plied the emergency brakes just as the approached the bridge which spans river Swinging around the coach which had left the rails struck the signal knocking It and blocking all the out of Broad street station The jlock signal system was also put out of commission and ajl traffic was tied up for nearly an hour passengers were but no injuries were FOUR DEATHS SUSPICIOUS Woman in Whose Family They curred Accused of Killing IH BY 1982. Great Britain's Prof. son Will Remain Special to The Washington Post San Dec. S. head of the ment of economics of Stamford made the estimates today that tn 60 years the United States would have a population of According to Professor the population of Great Britain will remain about making England a secondary on a par with Spain of will be the European nation and will be second only to the United States as a world he TRUNK OF DIAMONDS It Contained Worth of and Had Been Wls Dec IB mystery rounding the disappearance of a trunk containing worth of diamonds and jewelry belonging to John senting a New York jewelry was cleared up today when the trunk was found in St Minn booked for in got his checks mixed up with those of a Miss who was on her way to CALLS 60MPERS UNFIT Burns Says He Will Continue to Attack Labor CLAIMS LOS ANGELES REWARDS Detective Predicts Many More Arrests in the Dynamiting and Those Very Angeles Grand Jury Said to Have Prepared 01 More Physician Held as Accessory Is Quoted by Officers as Accusing Mrs. Also Bad Mich Dec 15 The mother of Cyril Sparling tn connection with whose death by poison Dr. Robert A of Ubly was held to the cuit court today on a charge of will be served with a warrant tomorrow charging her It was announced by Sheriff Donald Auley of Huron MacGregor and Miss Margaret of Port Huron a charged with being an accessory after the were at the conclusion of a preliminary made sensational by the testimony of Sheriff 'the last witness for the prosecution McAuley that after In- quest to determine the cause of Cyril death Dr. MacGregor asked him if the authorities were going to ex- hume the other Sparling Four members of the three sons and the died of a ailment you said Dr MacGregor to continued Sheriff know you will find poison If you fellows will take up Albert Sparling and find tn I know of a man who can make Mrs. God's sake why don't you get that's lust what we want would have to look in the to find Sheriff McAuley further testified that MacGregor Sparling sent me word that you fellows were for me to stick to the same atory that she told cutor That the time in my life I ever lost confidence In Mrs. Sparling to Saturdays ana Via Tickets good to return until ht. An regular except Sunday Special to The Washington Ohio Dec 15 William J. in a speech this after- noon before the local organization of the National Metal Trades agely attacked Samuel dent of the American Federation of Clarence chief attorney for the and what he called the corrupt political ring that controls the organized labor In this Is unfit to be at the head of organized said I am going to continue my him until the public comes to what I know abont Ills actions In the The people must be shown that violence in labor questions be tolerated In this and his the cor- rupt crowd that controls fought us at every turn In the McNamara case to prevent justice being done Before the trial came up I told Prosecutor Fredericks In Los Angeles every move that would be made against us I told him attempts would be made to bribe the to bribe to frighten or bribe or kidnap to buy the jury His Forecasts Come one of those things was with the possible exception of Ing to bribe tlie judge understand me as attacking the labor But violence must end more arrests may be expected In the McNamara case and very soon work upon it is setting to a point now where the climax Is Imminent came to Indianapolis and conferred with the men who appropriated money for the and the They sent for and after another conference It was determined that Gompers should go out and got a for defense To defend innocent that Is hinted that silence Is golden and that I have had enough glory from this I do not want any all I want is to do my 1 shall continue to in- until I can bring to him knowledge which I think It has been said that Gompers did not know of the dynamiting among the structural Iron Where was his mind If he didn't know? I will the light of publicity Mr Burns said today that he purposed claiming the rewards that were offered by various persons or organizations for the ariest and conviction of those guilty of the Angeles Times explosion he totaled Some of the offers were made by labor unions Indictments at Los Los Cal. Dec. little age of numbering perhaps probably will be returned here next Tuesday or Wednesday against men ing In California and suspected of com- in dynamite This will end the Western section of the government's and will transfer the scene of all activities to In- where another grand jury is in session and leather case 10 inches square and as tall as a small cream freezer was the jury This case and it are said to have been used in carrying about the country dynamite needed for various Other Authors of Dec officials who are cooperating with Dis- Attorney Miller In conducting the Investigation of the dynamite conspiracy before the Federal grand jury learned day the details of explosions in which it is alleged others than the were Implicated chief of police of Kansas who had knowledge of flve explosions In Kansas was questioned about certain facts which Is said had never Been revealed These all directed against structures erected by firms employing nonunion occurred from 1908 1910. Not more than two ef them were confessedly the work W It was intimated that the officials were not opposing the ment's efforts to expose all implicated in the the fact being pointed to that H. S. acting secretary of the again conferred with District Attorney Banker Causes Arrest of Aged nan Who Sought Represented Himself to Be Frank G. Carpenter to Trust M. Tries to Borrow on Newspaper Han's Waiting for the Cash When J. Stellwagen Discovers Fraud and Tele- phones Owner of Which Re- sults Later in Impostor's What Is believed to have been a well laid plan to defraud the banking of this city was revealed daj when a who gave his name to the police as John son CT years of New was ar- rested While in the act of closing a deal with the Union Trust of the District of Columbia for a loan of 000 on a house belonging to Frank G a well-known writer and paper correspondent whose name he is alleged to have While Jefferson is the only one the police have been able to connect with the It Is known that he was accompanied by a young man when fie to the trust company The bank officials believe that there are several Involved In the scheme About 3 o clock yesterday afternoon Mr Carpenter was called by telephone at his 1223 Connecticut and asked by B J. Stellwagen president of the Union Trust If he were making an effort to borrow on property which he owns at 1318 Vermont avenue Mr Carpenter replied that he was He was then Informed that a man was at the Union Trust Company's office to sign papers for such a loan Mr hastened to the s offices Suspicious at When he man with a drooping gray bent and long gray hair was standing before the teller's window Mr Carpenter was presented with a card bearing his with which the man had introduced himself to L of the company As Mr Carpenter turned to talk with Mr who had be- come suspicious at the delay resulting from a professed effort on the part the bank officials to for that he might make oath before the notary walked from the Ing was followed bv William L assistant secretary of the trust arid Mr Carpenter The latter overtook Jefferson near the Treasury building and demanded to know why he was endeavoring to use his name to cure Mr Carpenter asked son to accompany him to Pennsylvania where he was undei ar- and taken before man at headquarters Before being locked up Jefferson took from his pockets a which he de and a number of cards bearing Mr Carpenters name The police pasted the latter together declare It was a purporting to set forth Mr standing In business and signed by a number of well-known business men of this to the which was written on Raleigh Hotel were the names of Ralph W leal estate ard insurance and Edward manager of the Raleigh Came Here a Ago Before Inspector Boardman Jefferson stated that he had no permanent but that he had come to this city about a week ago from New where he had lived at 19S West 109th He was reticent concerning his The police met with little satisfaction when they attempted to learn what their oner had been or where he had lived since his arrival here Keys to Mr. Carpenter's Vermont street house were in the man's possession but he threw them away They weie and given to the police These Mr Carpenter were secured from one of the several real estate brokers In whose hands the property was placed for disposal After being ured and Jefferson was sent to the First precinct He will be taken before Judge Pugh for a hearing this The fraudulent scheme was revealed when Jefferson appeared before a notary public to sign the deed of trust which was to secure the The notary re- fused to accept the acknowledgment until who was professing to be Mi- had been identified In relating the trust company's trans- action with Mr Stellwagen four days ago a real estate broker of this city came to our offices and told George B vice that Frank G the wished to borrow on his house in Vermont avenue Agrees to Hake Flemming advised the broker that we would make the loan if Mr Carpenter would secure a certificate of title This was done by and a tax cate also was secured When these were Mr knowing the wide margin existing between the which was clear of and the loan told the broker that we would make the Thus far none of us had seen Jefferson Yesterday he came In about 3 o'clock and asked for Mr. As Flemming was out of the Mr Killyer took up the matter The papers had been pre- but Mr. Hillyer was not familiar with the transaction Jefferson Insisted upon closing the stating that he was to go to South America This together other ments m the led me to believe that the man has several It so happened that Mr Carpenter is to sail for then arranged io have oy INDEX TO TODAY'S to Kill Army Officers Wealthy Sportsmen Plan Club Shooting Show Girls Set Free Burns Again Assails Gompers Big Swindle Nipped Taft Men Quiz Chairman Barnes Brandeis Arraigns Steel Trust Andrew's Society Banquet Business He Kills Himself Asks for a Loan and Is Arrested Carnegie Stimson would Amend Trust Bonus for a New Labor Tariff War Foreseen Underwood Against Knot's Plan Democrats Fear Public Building Senate Action on Passports Mention Events Trade Review Club Being Formed Brandeis Finds Argument in Gary's Princely Christmas Present Adds to Social He NEW SUN William Reick Said to Have Purchased Majority of Xew Dec 15 C Reick has purchased of Mrs William M Laffan a majority of the stock of the Xew York Sun according to well-authenticated re- ports the Tribune this morning The Sun In its issue of Sunday next it is will announce the transfer of control to Mr since has been one of the owners of the New York Times and the Philadelphia Public Ledger William M Laffan died on ember 19, 1908 MFT MEN QUIZ BARNES Want to Know Where New York Chairman MUST TALK LESS OB GET OUT Leaders of Old Guard Have to De- clare Their Position or Prepare for Friends Show Called Upon to Take Active Leadership in Hew to The Washington Post New York Dec 15 in their support of President leaders of the Republican State organization served notice on Barnes jr the State man that he must less or get out and also demanded in clear that tbe Old U fare Speaking for a score or more up-State members of the committee William II and John C Taft porters from called at the State headquarters to ask Mr Barnes just where he Messages of the same purport reached Mr Baines from the leaders of the New York which Is said to be a unit in de- manding the of the dent President's Friends Pleased After a day of activities remarkable even in a presidential yeai so far m ad of the convention the friends of President Taft breathed long sighs night and presented appearance of confidence The President s friends were cd when arrangements were made for here with Mr Taft when he comos to New York to attend din neis One or two New York intimated todav that Baines hail wiltten a letter to Roosevelt about ten s ago in which it was stated that Barnes offered political support to foi Roosevelt if Col Roosevelt agreed with Barnes that what the Republican parts needs at the present time is a strong conservative leadership Barnes tonight said that he had not communicated with Col on any political subject whatever since the close of the can State convention held at In September 1910 Want Roosevelt to A dispatch from Os ster Bav to the York World savs By letter telegram bv telephone and bv personal visits 500 prominent Re publicans from all sections of New lurk today urged Col Roosevelt to take up the active leadership of the in the State his return to his home tonight rol Roosevelt appeared to be the most cheerful man upon the island he exclaimed when asked if he would make any statement regarding the receipt of a letter from William Barnes jr offering him the support of the regulars if he would promise to be conservative reporters have tried to ask me about that he replied I just haven t a word to gav tonight Gifford Pinchot one of the colonel s callers today Neither would make any statement as to the object of the visit LEAGUE GIFT PROFIT-SHARING A SHAM Retribution Coming to De- clares Boston Because men Are Treated Like ney General Criticised for Approval of Dissolution Decree in Tobacco Case Socialist Hope Civil Service Reformers Demand That Violators Be Severely Dealt Special to TM Washington Post Dec persons In the employ of the Federal government of violating the civil seivice laws should be punished and with just was the contained in resolutions ed at the closing session here this after- noon the annual convention of the Na tional Civil Serv ice Reform Art old-age retirement fund was in provided the government pays its employes adequate salaries Charles W president emeritus of Harvard now 111 in revlon reelected president of the league All the other officers also were reelected Quadruple Murder Suspect N Y Dec 13 man pmed to be Ed Donate the Italian wanted for the murder M four members of the family at De last was arrested at a river town a tew miles below Albany early this by the police of that The Senate committee on interstate commerce is investigating tin trust question perked up its ears jester when Louis D of Boston to the pearl neck lace present that Judge E H Gary Intends giving his wife as an of the sham profit scheme of the great trusts said Mr Branded the published a ston that K H Garv executive head of the I Steel Corporation intends pre to Mrs Garv a pearl neck lace as a Christmas present pi os ent illustrates the perfect sham of profit as practiced those groat Manj of the workers sooner 01 later will discover this sham We here a gift of such value drawn from steel trust prof Its that royalty itself rould it things as this hav o a son OHS effect upon existing create still greater social unrest Suggests Queen's Necklace This magnificent gift a s and the stors of the I reiu h revolution and tho great social of tho of that dav This present is a of tin unearned wealth of ing It and is taken out of the lives of who woik to produce said hr understood this pi plan consisted in permitting the to buv for which paid either in wages These workmen he haty enjoyed this sharing to tbv ot 000 while the ft xw trust had absorbed 000 000 The retribution that to tho continued Mr duo to their treatment of labor Workmen are driven and the corpora tion is getting suth as romo fi om and not The condition exists In Groat Britain and more the work mg aie having their rights a. Ten ago England w far behind in hut in n cent has been Attorney General Criticised The came in for a pood share of bv Mr for his approval of the dissolution in thi tobacco It was around this taso that much of the dist od fur that t ase the impera tne need from tho viewpoint of for legislation supplemental to the Sherman law The a of things of Mr said which If granted would hav r helped h to competition and bring about a more equitable disposition of this case in with the decision of the Court These thi tourt refused However in practice law seeking to serve his clients and roc that courts of appeal have been created because of the of as weli as other would have refused to fho decree of the circuit rourl until the Supreme Couit had reviewed It Right Senator timmins salil ho doubled if Congress had tho right to direct the At tornev General an appeal would lie unwise to put into thr hands of the General the ment of a rase if appealed he said ho has expressed his approval in the wav he has and after the albo lias approved it Speaking from the best motive the lawyer to argue this case before the Supreme Court ought not to have behind him a record of that kind Reverting to the large fortunes made through the industrial trusts Mr dels has been so favorable to the increase of socialism as this development of enormous foi tunes through these trusts The socialists are hoping for the time when these organizations will be more centralized than they are for tho say let them combine and when they are all one bj a single we 11 take them all ov ef J Morgan they Is their best friend as he is paving the way by centralization to the point where it will require less legislation through which to strike one blow GARY HOLDS TAFT Says Exigencies of His Position Made Steel Suit New Dec Elbert H Garv chairman of the board of tors of the Mates Steel Corpora tion Is quoted m an Intel Mew in World today as taking to himself the responsibilities of dictating the business policy of the great corporation against which the government has begun action Judge Gary is. quoted as regarding the Federal suit as most unjust and base less corporation was never a vehicle for the exploitation of Wall street he Is quoted as saying I do not blame President the World quotes him as saying can realise that the exigencies of the In which he found himself awde the present suit unavoidable While I make no pre- dictions aa to the I
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