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Waterloo Times-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1909, Waterloo, Iowa TEBLOO TIMES-TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1879 Weather OR SNOW. WATERLOO, IOWA, TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 9. 1909. NEW SERIES NO. W III fintfii Sr MCpCPOAQV WbtddM! Cohirnanti of Fleet T-snsferred to I ftaar Admiral I of New Aju'iii'si i- RaiseJ. 1 [ip.jtiu ma fsniirntlSf b holMUlil US M I W W I PADDING THE BIG STICK. EIT FIE i ilv.. i-.C i ii-jv.ii hi.-; nut-, in; Ot AlUlillll.- nVl-T. SiViiig THEJl CIISE; u. oi PROBLEM CONFRONTING THE :-j whom ilu- cow-1 JUDGE ANDERSON AGREES WITH i NEW ADMINISTRATION !K W DEFENSE OX POINT OF CON- j DEFICIT. NECTION OF ROADS. mm m OKI KHB; 8 i I il.HIL IF ii m 10 mm Who Will Demand Change Rules Must Get Out of the Way for Tariff Revision. "IB ill ii m mm m FIRST REQUIREMENTS FOR-: GWADE TEACHERS. fPlOli! Ill 1 Jiidgs Speaks of -Fatal Discrepancy" r, Psrts of indictment of the Stsr.dsrd Oil j Far Defense. Chicago. March flt- i toriseys.iir the rt-irial of ihe Staiulard i j Senate Passes Bruce Bill. Which Is oil Company of Indiana, which was i-e-j Stamp on Bank Checks, Telegrams, j Int5nded to prohibit I Cards and on a" proof sustaining their contention.! Liquors. i i that the oil comaanv accented rebates! tSpecial to Times-Tribune: i Des Moiues, March sup-P'-'om the Alton Railroau. they might well cease iheir to convict.! Judge Anderson, after consideralBe GENTS ftOOfO 10 Gffi port was at hand in the senate chain-i as well cease iheir efforts to convict, j her this morning to pass the Seeley Judge Anderson, -after e ...._-.< rj fli.-i niTKI'IH- 'JUDGE McPKERSON RENDERS DE- CISION iM THE FAMOUS MIS- SOUR! RATE CASE. 10 8E COHRSGHlttY..: 10 BHiii HIM HEN ..n-tv interests are demaadic- early Dill, which "provides for tariff legislation and ihat the business "f mfoxu conditions of the country arc necessar- ily unsettled until after tie tariff, schedules are finally flxetl by Congress, the principal reasons given for rormali companies-offered concessions." i i ______ ______ j would stand the j "bvi wont, insisted his objection ia intro- j j WOMAN -at MUSCAT1NEJ FORCED TO RETURN TO H1SJ at j9tfersoii City due-ing the uajiff riieets ot these two; MUCH CONCERN ABOUT McPHE.a-AGBD CHICAGO i ludgo VioPhe- iweve roads was of the C-_N I COULDNT STAND STRAIN. j HOM. IN CHICAGO. SON DECISION. j laijteci States d sed. ifeadant. i j Sonthc-rn district Decision Will Open the Every State Where Passenger Fart atid Freight Rates Havs Seen Reduced. Kauso. City, ilo., March om-i'.s two-cent pasi-iis-" freight laws wwe nullified by a. decision hand- ed down today in ilie United Slates disiriei court by .Imige Smith. jrc'Phersou. Red luwa. As I it is believed tht-rt- will 'us- qnictc return iii Missouri tu three-cent feres and Fraiil; Haserman. counsel ..for eighteen involved. jioday's decision sounds the I for the rare- in every stale in.... [the Union. JlePhsrson held tliat both commod- ity and passenger laws were confisca- jiory and unconsiitiiiional. Huger- man declared h. is not; conceivable that. Lif the ixvo-cem me is conflseatory in i jBssouri. it t-au he compensatory ia. i other stales. The Staie Wili Fight. The state, on the other hand,
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