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   Oskaloosa Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1906, Oskaloosa, Iowa                                OSKAJLOOSA DAILY 19 JSOn 235 REFUSES TO 1 JUKE 5 1906 o o o o o 0 0 PRESIDENT LEAVES MATTER TO ATTORNEY SQUARE DEAL IS REQUESTED Retailers Say They Have Not Been Fairly Treated by Federal Of ficials That Hearings Were June Roosevelt has declined to entertain any proposition looking to further Investi gation into the methods of tho allegod trust before the proceedings recently Instituted at Indianapolis by the attor ney general are Following interviews with him by representatives of tho National Association of Retail at which assist ant attorney was the president has concluded that he will not but leave the whole mat ter in thehands of the department of justice for such further action as the attorney general may see fit to It was stated at the department that the investigation has been going on lor eeveral and that the depart ment is entirely satisfied with the evi dence which has been secured and thai the prosecution would be conducted without Say Promises In a memorial to the president the retailers allege that they have not been given the square It is asserted that about a year when the Loder suit in Philadelphia was under way counsel for the retailers interviewed the United States attorney at Chicago and afforded him every opportunity to investigate the methods of the associa tion they were an open It is alleged that the district at torney thereupon stated that no pro ceeding would bo had without a full preliminary The retailers deny that they were a party in any way to the Loder The interview with the district ItIs added was followed by others with Gai commissioner of corporations and Assistant Attorney General Day during which the fact was stated that if the was in any manner violating the law It would be glad to modify its II Is claimed In the memorial that in this a in the case of the district attorney at assurance was given the association should have ample notice of nnv Plans of Association The memorial wets forth that the association courted governmental in and any suggestions would be and declares that its members scattered all over the country could not afford to be umter tho imputation of violating tho The memorial calls especial attention to 1ho fact that the promises for a hearing before any action was taken were although the plans of the association had undergone great changes to meet the rulings laid down by the United States court of appeals at The memorial expressly states that the association was organized against the the views in this respect being stated as follows Forced to A fair Investigation would demon strate that the small dealers had been compelled to associate themselves to gether to fight the trust They are today at the mercy of the mail oider the department stores and great These people are not they are not In the drug the pharma cists the purpose of making a but for the purpose of build ing up a gigantic enterprise yielding great In their efforts these ag gregations hesitate at It was the question of actually continuing to exist which compelled the retail drug gists to WELCOME TO June citizens here are preparing a nonpartisan recep tion to Bryan when he returns in CYCLONE IN Whole Country Swept By Terrific o Wind OOOOOOOO OOO Juno Gray son was by a oy clone last It began fifty mile north of Sherman ami traveled north Dozens of houses wore wrockct and hundreds of people took refuge Ii storm No lives are knowi to have boon AN UNKNOWN MAN CAUSES EX CITEMENT AT NIAGARA June this morn Ing a man walked into the Niagara river about one hundred feet above the brink of the and was swept toward the He at last caught hold the ledge ten feet from the A policeman who discovered him threw out a but the man was unable to grasp It seemed as If he must be carried down v when the fire department placed a ladder that two men They grabbed the who was ai He was taken to the police but refused to di vulge his AT CAPITAL SENATOR FROM MARYLAND EX PIRES CHAIR AND DESK DRAPED Senate and House Adjourn Out of Re spect to Memory of Noted Democratic Leader and June Pue United States senator from died suddenly at his rest aence in this city at oclock Mon day While Senator Gormari had been 111 for many he ha shown some improvement Hear trouble was the immediate cause o His which had lasted foi several was considered ae He leaves a widow and si The senate adjourned immediately upon receiving the announcement o Senator GorinaVs No business whatever was even the reading of the Journal being dispensed There was an unusual number of senators present and all were manl festly Impressed by the solemnity o the After the opening which was delivered by Ulysses Pierce of this Senator Bailey announcec the and appropriate resolu tions were then After the senate adjourned the desk and chaft formerly occupied by Senator Gorman were draped in deep black in accord ance with the custom in such The house also adjourned when the announcement of the death of Senator Gorman was Notable Figure in Senator Gorman long had been a norahle figure in the national con He first took his seat in 1SS1 and served continuously for 18 and nearly all of that time he was the leader of the Democratic party in the Winning early a reputation for saga city and the keenest judgment in cen gressional he attained promi not only as a leader in the sen ate but in the country at and by many meu was considered the rnosi available man in his party for the He was chairman of the executive and managed the campaign that resulted in the election cf Cleveland in His Break with It was during Clevelands last ad ministration that a break occurred be tween the Democratic president and the leader of the party in the senate In a speech which always will be remembered by those who it Gorman severely arraigned To this opopsition the defeat of Senator Gorman a few year later is although hisparty lost Maryland in the silver cam As soon as the Democrats re gained control state he was at reeled ed to he It was a tribute to his leadership that as soon as he was again in the senate he was nrule leader of the mi the seniority rule is strictly Onman was given committee places Ihat were those he had held after long con tin UOUP THE MASONIC Grand Lodge at Des Wlolnes Formally Opened Des June is con ceded will be the largest attended grand lodge meeting in the history or Masonry was formally opened tliis Tue day was full of inter one of the enjoyable features be ing the full regimental drill which Thomas of Fort Des put on for the visitors this This evening the state capitol will ue illuminated and open to the KILLED AT COUNCIL Foreman of Bridge Work FOP Union Council June Baldwin of Council general foreman ofthe bridge and structural steelwork of the Union Pacific sys was killed today superm endlng the laying of new rails the Union Pacific bridge over the Mis souri He was struck by a Rock Island READY FOR o jo HOLINESS O HAD BEEN UNITED STATES TREASURER AND CONSUL TO ScrippsMcRae June New died Monday afternoon at of Around his bedside were his his Harry vice chaii man of the national Republican com and his Ernest of this Another is en route here from her home at Oma New had been sick for nearly a He was born in 1831 at He was educated at Bethany col and studied law in the office of former of Indiana He served a term as clerk of Marion coun ty and was appointed by Oliver Indianas war quar termaster general during the civil He served a term in the state senate and entered the banking In President Grant appointed him United States which position he resigned the following year when he bought the Indianapolis of which he was proprietor for many He was chairman of the Indi ana Republican committee during the campaign of in 1822 Presi dent Arthur appointed him assistant Ejccrfctijuy of the He resigned his position in as state chairman he took charge of the cam paign in He was the personal lolitieal manager oi Benjamin Harris Harrison was nomi for the in 1888 was appointed consulgeneral at At this time he transferred interests in tho Indianapolis Jour nal to iiis Harry now vice eiuiiiman of he Republican national New was prominent in the Republican national convention at Minneapolis in which renomlnated Harrisn for the New devoted the hist ten years of his lUe to his property interests in this FIGHTING FLAMES HAS Tied Up in Davenport By Attach ments Aggregating June Talbots Fighting the a circus and fire which started from Louis some time ago for a tour of the is tied up here by attach ments for over About 150 performers are WOULD BE LET June Deputy Onlpkos in an impassioned speech to day demanded that the Douma pass a resolution prohibiting the ministers from appearing in the assembly BULLETIN CONDITIONS THROUGHOUT THE STATE AS NOTED BY THE WEATHER Special to Daily Herald Des June week op enecl with a light which was generally The first half was unseasonably but the latter part brought normal tefuperature closing with light The rela tively dry weather has been favorable for cultivating and there is stif ficient moisture in all fields for the present needs of that The re ports indicate that the stand is gen erally better than In some localities the deficiency or moisture has checked the growth of small grain and hay ut in the larger part of the stare these crops are doing fairly The pastures are maintaining a good supply of for garden truck and the minor products are in a promising The season as a whole is WILL KNIFE Packers and Trusts After the Presi dents Political June Roose velts political destruction is being planned by the and other trusts which he has been They say he cannot Te is too and is ruining the great in IMPORTANT New York Cental Railway Owns Coal New June President of the New York Central today admitted the company owned stock and bonds in soft coal mines before the interstate commerce ARE Arrival of State Troops This Morning Has Desired June Twelve hundred militiamen arrived here thi and were stationed where the miners riot took place Sunday Quiet but an ugly feeling is in DROWNED WHILE Joseph Baumhover of Mount Carmel Meets Death in Coon June Baumhov son of Henry was drowned in the Coon near Grant yesterday afternoon while in WWW INTERURBAN Des June Des Moines Interurban railway and the Des Moines City Railway company in will proceed at once with a new electric line to Knoxviile by way of Carlisle and The Des Moines Indianola rail way has been projected by Richard Rollins and and considerable rightofway for the line has been se East Side business men have been preparing to build an Independ ent interurban road trom Carlisle to Sast Des Moines to be known as the Des Moines North South Both these projects are likely to be supplanted by the new enterprise which will be engineered by the After the finances of the new road were made property owners and business men aud farmers along the proposed line were notified of the intention of the Interurban company and many of them have been invited into These men have greeted the project with great enthu siasm and assured the promoters of their full o Oskaloosa Project Makes Good o o Impression On o o 0 0000000000 O 0 Special to Daily Des Juii re ports of UH committees I ho Cen tral University WFT road to the National Associa tion bore this Whiio no ac tion was thu project made most favorable impression on FATHER Or HAS FEARFUL STANDPATTERS L STATE LIES IN A CRITICAL Kidnaped and Forced to Swallow a Deadly His Son Disap peared From Kansas Farm a Month THEY ALREADY HAVE 6 OF 11 NEED ONLY 47 MORE Of 225 Delegates Yet to Be Cummins Must Get 180 to Which Now Seems to Be Special to Daily Kerala Des June vic tory in Muscatine county is the sever blow which the Cummins crowd has received during the campaign thus Twelve precincts outside the city of Muscatine held their cau cuses Saturday and selected 102 dele to the county of which number all of them were stand This leaves but fourteen more to be selected outside of the city and 1m the city The unanimity witli which the caucus es went for Perkins is but an index of what may lie expecred ar the final caucuses on Tuesday and indications are hut the county convention will about as Jonnson county was ancl that riie Cummins perpkwill not have a In Black Hawk the Cum mins victory in West which was heralded as turning the state upside has iieen more than offset by the caucuses in Cedar with all the rest of the county yet to be heard Even by giving to and this will the vote in the state today stands Perkins Cummins Rathbun antiCummins but uninstructed total antiCummins delegates so far se lected or indicated by caucus Prospective Two hundred and twentyfive dele ates are yet to be Governor ummins must secure ISO or sixsev enths of the remaining delegates in order to have a bare while on the other hand the standpatters need but 47 more to have the sary number of S21 delegates to If they get a fifth of the re maining the standpatters will They have excellent of securing 204 out of the 225 delegates yet to be which makes certain the de feat of Governor In the thirteen counties which have yet to decide on the Cnmniins had 153 delegates five years He must accordingly not only hold every one of these but ain in addition 27 votes from the stand pat It is thus readily apparent that uie Cummins machine is now desperate and grasping at the last The loss of a single coun which the governor had in will be fatal to On the other the standpatters have but to get 47 out of the 225 delegates and with the strenuous fight they are putting up in every county they seem assured of Allamakee aud Marlon alone could give the standpatters more than the necessary or Jas Poweshiek and Scott and one other county would be suffi but the standpatters feel confi dent of at least ten out OL the re maining Standpatters Control In addition to their being within 47 delegates of having a majority of the convention the standpatters have already secured control of a ma ority of the congressional which assures them a majority on all the convention committees and cou rol of the next state central commit The victory in Muscatiue couu y gave the standpatters a majority of the Second which makes six out of the eleven districts laat hey have carried including he Eighth and If Blackhawk and Bu chanan are carried by the standpai ers they will also have the Third dis making a total of seven out of eleven members on tae creden permanent organization and res olution committees of the state coV mention and ttie new state central McPvae Juno forced to drink some poisonous drug and in a lonely wood for is experience of a prominent South Ottunrwa real estate Today Boyce lies in his home in a critical condi tion barely able to relate the story of his strange Coupied with the supposed attempt on Boyces life conies the story of a singular and probably successful attempt on the life of his Ray mond who disappeared from his farm near month or so and who is still Whether the attempt on Boyces life is the working out of a plot to do away with the son and father is a question yet to be Friday night a stranger called at Boyces house in South Ottumwa and asked him if he had a house to Boyce said he had and get ting into a spring wagon with the stranger directed him to the the stranger took another route and when Boyce told him he was going in the wrong direction the man stated that he wanted to take a friend with After going a few blocks further on another man joined the and from then on Boyce became a prisoner of the two strang Unable today to tell the story him Boyce allowed his wife to give out the as follows Forced to Drink Boyce stated that after the second man entered the he with other stranger drove to the edge of Boyce objected but was silenced at the point of a re When out of town the strang ers forced Boyce to swallow the con tents of a bottle which they Boyce at first but again the revolver was brought into play and he Shortly after tak ing the liquid Boyce became sick and He was laid in the bed of the wagon and covered Later on during the night Boyce remembers ot being picked up by the two men and tossed from the He also re members one of the men having said We have filled our contract to the For a long time Boyce remained un When consciousness fin ally came it was Boyce found himself on the outskirts oC Bloomfield thougn suffering from tue effects of the nights he managed to walk into where he met a The Sheppard turned Boyce over to the Bloomfield author who cared for him until last when he was sent The affair has caused considerable There seems to be no ex plaining of the mysterious assault ot Boyce other than that it is a part of some plot to do away with him and his DUNNING GETS NEW Ayr Banker Will Have Another Chance to Prove Des June su preme court today reversed the con viction of Day Dunning for receiving deposits in his bank at af ter he knew it was and grants him a new ae court also affirms the twenty year sentence of John of Decatur convicted ot the imiraer of BALKS ON JEWEL SWALLOWER REFUSES WHEN PROSECUTION IS NOT June Thom as was not operated on today for the recovery of the diamond belonging to the which she According to her own confession two weeks she agreed yesterday to undergo the operation but this morning she said sne would undergo it only on condition that the county attorney would agree in writing not to prosecute her for stealing the County Attorney Slabugh refused to make this and the young woman then said she would not goon the operating She will be ar raigned in court Tuesday on the charge of grand   

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