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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1905, New York, New York                                "All the That's Fit to Print." THE WEATHER. Fair and south west 'winds. VOL. LIV....NO. 17.200. VORKrFRIDAYTlFEBRCJARY 17. 190K-SIXTEEN FAQES. i __ ONE CENT have betn acthely made by tthe repre- sentatives of the Illuminating Oil Com- pany to obtain a renewal of the blanket lexso for tmotliei ten years, but have met with no favor from tho present Secretary of the Interior "These efforts were based upon the claim that, notwithstanding the Illuminating Oil Company had oaly about twenty-five wells in operation in the Territory, sub- _____ lessees had drilled and were operating ap- I -r t proximately some 100 wolls, prouucing PUCPKQ HII DFAL i somewhere between afnd HITCHCOUK UIL ot ou per the claim being that the investments of these sub-lessees, THE PRESIDENT ORDERS AN OIL TRUST INQUIRY Directs Garfield to Start an In- vestigation in Kansas. Calls ;Old Lease of Indian. Lands a Public i Acres. L'tr' 'o 'J Itc New 1W limes. V ASUINC1TOX, Fcb. lG.-The PrcsidoaL hru'' noted promptly on the 'rrsolutlon .'In- licenced bi Campbell, (.of Kni.s is authorizing an investigation of tho j opeiauons oC thc Standard Oil Company >n thc oil tic Ids ol' amounting to large sums of monoy, should be well as rights of those interested in the Illuminating Oil Com pany, on the ground of their having cured these, in vestments." Under the new lease the territory been i educed to acres, and th6 _._-_, o loyalty to be paid in gas is to be 100 a WIRE-TAPPERS' OUTFIT FOUND IN FIFTH AVENUE HOUSE Wallet Was Lost In Theatre Night Watchman Got It. Col. John Jacote Astor lost fC.OOO last Thursday night, but recovered the money. (.Thursday night, out recovered tnc UIUUBJ. Police1 After GanO That Robbed Mr Astor spent the evening at the Weber i _ _ Vil a ix? a 1 llM i'-Victims Like Felix. RAID ON YOUNG GIRLS-CLUE Music Hall, where he dropped, his wallet containing the monoy in ono of the boxes of the theatre. About 1 in tho morning, after the per- formance, Benjamin Clark, the night I Dutchman of the building, happened in then deserted under the theatre Stranger Bo.dly Charge of Desk j in Western Union to Impersonate General Manager. What the police describe as tho best U16T.U t equipped plant of lake" wire-tapping box upstaiis. l .-11 A win T f A 4 1 ITY "if !1 I i t rkfl t n V j i _ j the stranger saw Clark, he hastily ap- proachcd him and asked to get in the i theatre. The night watchman refused. J am Col John Jacob the man urgocl T have left mv pocketbook m a YOUNG GIRL FORGED CHECKS AID POOR Caught Because She Overdrew Her Employers' Account. P. R. R. TO SPEND Enormous Amount of New Equipment to, be! Bought This Year. PHILADELPHIA, Fob 16-Thc Penn- j Ivanio Railroad will buy now equip- ment cosllngj not loss than ie.ir for its lines east and west of P j buig, and if the entne programme is i rled out as arranged the cobt will l nfciy-T CCC BABIFQ BUFFER1 A Decision was reached to-dav to 01- COULDnPT SEE BABItb surrcn addltlondl-frcight cai, Aircuds contracts have been placed for Alexantier, Re-ekcted Her Wages, a Week, Too'Small to idea How Much She Has Taken. Contracts base placed foi lo- comotives, and the load has ai ranged to build locomotives in it? Juniata shoph Arrangement- beon for as many of '200 nine locomotives, as may BEPEW SAVES THE SITUATION 16 old, jear on each gas well Instead ol now piovlded. o a L WAS raidod yesterdav j I VL ]et OU ln, because it is against Gallagan, at 933 Eighth A% enue, as aftei noon by Detectix e Sergeants Fogarty j saltl Clark rested on a [charge of forgery Munday in A house in Fifth Avenue j Mr_ Astoi put his night ment trust certificates Special io 1 he oi k 7 un: ATLANTA, Ga Feb. 10 Smith neai' Twenty-second Street The saj manv viptimb ot the Feliv Upc I J. i to-night refused to maKo a, statement re- -been robbed thtsie. gardlng tho charge made to-day by Sccre- The plant wab n e police drow QUt A tno-d pc have tniBi- Sriid G i vie; i j i j> 4.1 Mr Astoi put his hand in his pocket and in the millinery fctore of the dollar bill. Here, take and Theresa McCann, at 042 Fifth o up and see if you can I l- 4? Mi. Campbell called at the White tari Hitchcock regarding the grant of oil -day to acquaint the President vaii what ho had done and describe in Kansas the President tola hinvtliat he had written a note to Mr. the Commissioner of Corpora- dnoi ting him to begin too investiga- tion in Kansas as soon as practicable. dMion of tht. President tioes not foi ab a consequent c wholly ot tho Kau- nas members as iho myestiga- privilog-es in the Indian Territory when Mr. Smith was Secretary of the Interior. Mr. Smith does not wish to discuss the in iho rear iooni of the top floor. In it were found nine niHv Ulc- prapli instrijmei ts, as ,many telephones, besides, racing1 sheets and'Other iuiniah- I find it io.irsoll." 1lie The wnes disappeared under the AYJLJ Lll matter unless ho gets further information flooi molding and wont no fmtnei f Ult. 1SJ from Washington. He only that if it The cUscov-ry came about in a, poouliai bills was a scandal to make the grant when no-i Way Several days ago n pretty giil not thcn took tl bodv knew the value of the lands it is out hot toons called at the bjauch Claik Iiiuiied up'in the darkened the- f. Tooling- aiound the floor of I he box lound in a corner tho wallet On taking this to thy light he nue, where she had been omplovod for about a veai. At the rendcr'om the S.H! told of getting several lumdted dollars fiom tho Astor National Bank on forroc! and of Inc? used the money to aid pool m the -s icmity ol her hoiao. She McCALL PARTY UPSET. Justice. His Family, and Guests Coach Hit by Car. in Speech He Tdls the Directors That they Must They Harmony Coui t partv .am coach, occupied Supiomo Justice ICclw.ml K McCall and a wis Jun into by an Hyde won a decisive victory in tho ifieeiing- of the Directors of the Ufc Assurance -Society yes- "J J A "and opening lollies m the A icmity ol nor when the question of ,at it contained six one- was sent lo the rooms oi he Go m bo _ cas-e fo ind that it contained six one- the pocket book 'down- it over to Mr Astor bodv knew the value of the lands it is oui oi. Jici U-OUN U.L stall s and lirmoea IL over LO air doubly B, scandal on the part of the uHicc of tho Western Union, which I The he received a check ent Administration to allow part of tho i the groujul Jluor of the Filth Avenue lands to be held by the beneficiaries of the grant. 'of' tho. oil industry has boon in prog- j. lui man> months. Thc __________ ;r prohiwu t. sugRO.stcd the action taken. thc tho innuiry.is to .thorough in Kansas. KANSAS HITSBACK. Missouri. io 1 tic Yoik 'I I want to Supormtendent Millci, ono of the vyoung opei- ntol'ti. "'Why, he S not tho the ooeiato'' "Mi Casey is" -No, want Mi. Miller." said tho A g.ft of which was made anonv- woman Ho agrred to me motish and on the run, as t wciv to the GAVE AND RAN. Friend of Church Hid His with His Legs. TOPEKA, Kan., Fcb Aftpr a hot i jii ti c, ]i i s I'm he', tho Suporinte.Ki- ohaiPl. of wl, ort   the iuilcst co-oporation on their part with Kanaas Cjty and other Missouri points, the a Rents that miffht bo sent out by Mi. jt was charged that the gas piping com- (JdUkld. Ucsaid that since Satuiday the ordor ot the Slandaid Oil Company not to buj ciuclo oil from the wells in the Stato. had .been in pffecl and'that mout amount ot pioperty had been prACli- ent lie was such a nice man There must tat? rome mistake Mho Kov. Di Duncan J. McMillan is thc 1 'pMslor, at S.evcnth Avenue and One II m- oppiator. m r np ijiiiti what busiPCss askd the cliod Twenty-eighth Street, was made ,ior. 1-ublic I want to bet money, on a hoise which Supoiintondcnt Millci will win at pany is an adjunct ot -the Standaid Oil Company and that its manager. Theodore lf.t oan Bainsdale of Fittsburg, is in tho employ he is to 1, 'iA I bhall p AN onue walked ciety for the -night. Botli vei tilled v. hen si A check loi MO Tuesday at the AsLor young, it piosonted last Flare National Tho (oxeh w-is ooiiMdeuibly damagod jaiul t'lo badU hurt JDS own ivv election .'lo the office '.of Viet? Xono Pros.idoni -and that, 'of- mutuuli'zing .the company caivi-o. before iho board. The. Bank by Margaret Connolly and honored The signature dim "Bell that of tho pivobo to "Cash" The firm's books weio bal- anced jestcrday and showed a shortage of about -S70O About one %e.xr agQ Margaiet Connoll lit the pat tiv besides JuMico MeCall woi o Alexander party, which backed the peti- Mis McCallJ Miss Ella MeCall. his da ugh- tho. Directors to oust .Mr. tho Missos ,-3 4 w tei. Miss Smith, tho-5 gu( Foi roll JUK! i four mon The h had and 'tho. control of IIITJI jii-, been dm on! from Jnstuo M. Calls homo' iho Hyde intorests .in tlie Equitable by at Jlil Stieot Paniok MoGariv of Ml Sixth the dinoj As be tih ned into   tho cai biakcs haid that the motoirnan maivg-ed hoi oh' cks i j was asked to wntejfor thc of the Standard Oil Bills aimed at trusts, particulaily those mout. amount ui BilJs almea at pariicuiaiii LHUS-.-   a 01 y Hero s something foi the church" Mi Anderson began opening the envel- opo loisuioly the young man seeker conyincea ma L iu ,g to find thai good thing for-her-that -he had hot moL fl f ne ono_thou. the wells hardship. Tho Pi evident mflrh Interest a Constitutional Convention to a xote of other Superintendent Supeilntondojit Casey at onco he police That was before tho elope contained new ono-thou- sand-cloljai bills Felix Andorspi1} made a dash foi tho door, ,n he iutormation furnishod to Inm and peopfe in 1006 has been piopared j oxposuie DMoc m in ihn state for ten davs and noticed sus Timt was w fcut lne unKnowu'donor was out of sight. DMectncs watched tho place Thon he tried to remember ho had soon thc man in or about in tnc juioi --vr people m inuo utm i" i oxpiesHPd tho boliof that the investigation nd wjn be preqented soou in the State i for would not lag and would go to the bottom F'0101 to c t i he the church but ould not >o one else ing thev l" L has succoedocl in logging his mcmoiy. room thomselvts, and thcj made home in innouncomc-nt of the sift was uf Roprosentatuc Campbell resolution is i not a joint ono and need not bo offered to j FOR A TELEPHONE INQUIRY. HITCHCOCK CHECKS OIL DEAL..I rtll HI i" i N I mittce of tolcplioiK- conditions in Nov. York. It i was refeirod tD the Fmanoo Commit too. The resolution says tlioie has boon complaint amonfi the. citiacns ol New York over aHegod extortion prac- ticed the felcphono company, and as- that tho complaints seem to be suf- j nolcntlv founded to lusiitv the i Senator Keenan Wants to Investigate High Charges to '1 he ork 'lima 1 AbbAXY. Fob. Keenan 10- Cafls Lease of Acres of introduced a resolution pioviding ioi n c rtn invesUgfttion a c corn- Lands Public Scandal. al i Yotl Twics. Fob. Secretary rcocied in blocking in part ulial he iMiaoterued in a statement ho gaM uiit a.s "an unheard-of and nothi'ig' shoiL ot a public Mandril is the ti ansaotion by which ''ih'p Indian Territory .Illuminating Oil Corn pa obtained a loase conferring >ipon Jt tlv exclusive ilprht to prospect.  h'.s ilion the I brake tho car wiis -.clown on the coach. The back th of the windows fc] 01 e t h i o I heap INCENDiARiSM AT HARVARD lheiniade Kt the service last On some of the lacing c.nds wcie me ____ i__ f names Co Racmg Com-liner? 1 "Mahoney nnd also Mahonie Bi othor.s, Thirty-fifth Stioot On the _ Inttor c-aids the voids Iclc-ntifica- j Lien Numbci-xTTO" Down in one cornei pivotal telephone pumboi-- On shoots, punted lottor head ot "Tho t mon Raciug Depaitmenl, woio iouiict copios of a uplun codo man il.OtK) i 'f vas .i stir in tho congi epration, and up, who. an adtlitiona1 met anothot Vho plod god1 .f t of the gift was mea m nlj who had babios I Supposedly; Sundav morning }n tho fjmiK, and-those J.abios noedo.j i Q ongiegation, and evcaisionfc on tho and i he church a member.sjiij) of about have 3 pait of n the a church has a memoersuip ot aoou' Jti has alwrhb had a good attcnd.ince but as it happens no yoi noh men its members. Thc Trustees, ha ic therefore noi been able to do more than pay the ai> oi i.iui interePL on t-hc mortg.ige of which enough, n Lho church .since 1884 fresh ah, evcaisionfc on tho ancl such littlo nccessitios. ,nid as those wo- men could not aftoid to lot tho balms Deliberate-. Attempt Burn Tftayer Hall. BOSTON, Fob H5 X ruVe TTomcn weekly sal- igating ho holier os lo boon i dcivreil or harmony that will.'enable the nv J Who hiiv> but lately .torn off, Hir control of tho grea.'t institution to All the pas- oaclc to their closHs and into a confused f0 thoir common interests' and those -of. itlH Vf'O.tXX) policy, horders; The meeting w -was ac.rimon'ious.in .the extreme to n certain poin.t. Personalities wero i( (inland .in that showed the cumula.tivo ilC'C't: o' Iho days of bitter contest and jio 1 i.-ii.io'V- conferonoo. Yot finally, apl -M] made.to'the mon present to clis'i vonsi'derations- anU thinker those nffccLinp tlio Kquitable and us policy .holderpv. Directors responded a inVan.imously, the I to m- UK- ARREST Vl WOI O 1UU11VI These lottcM-s l-ioio th- namo Chargcd Act8 of Vandalism at St. 1 ol "William Mitchell, Manasei,  coolly LOOK cm o_lhnlln urcrerip.i Aonh to Canon Reiner. that" Vj Tho soc.e'u owns a l.ugo ancl with loltcis Catholic Apph to Canon Reiner, coming light nomo 1101 i desk I tan. of Bishop DPI m Villa College, always. Then shod p to night s.nooi aiM1 Villa Nova, Penn "I never knew of her haMns a prpers. The dosk was one used by a. .T j't, J. b l niit ,i f Theie ro an'wois the Fao- tri ot L101 an niat j i >i1 '.somo chmoh building and is Jioo nom sue un in tho moi nina. aob( ,s to bo ilio insL time coming woik. Balking IR lhaL R0 Ml A churth any bodi cliansod its faith without di The Agreement Fo; must: Afr. .Dopow is to have oxclai.med. v You gentlemen can-- not loavo this, room until you have a crroed "xnti -followed shortly left KUrtea took an actnr pan in the conti-o- sallerv who ,s ,X1.11-" -e ____ WllHl S tllC money except hoi salary_______ WHEAT RAID. amoiis us Senator several weeks asojfemok-" What's the mattoi''- an amendment to the Jndian Ap-I The managei repeated J wont yon io uionriation bill at anting all the domand'5 RO at ami they ol ompan.os Tlii, Plopo.ition, U'onnM and did not too to put on as opposed by Soc i .N and wiapH Two and HitcRcock. and he has supported b> ranted out by Hurl- Hisooody was the two Congressional committees. hui t tui n when tin man ami loft lie..... Tho poiu o K Lim arrnod ai Igamo for i' out from tho tho of foi "ome pear-b> blBLE AT WEST POINT. ACCCI'J to O'd Custom. Vrtfi Nr-( 1 o, L J 'in p6lNT, 'M> nc-coiclanco a cusjlcnn of long stanOing- Bibles woio ted to the members tho In 'additions io tlie tlo.c-isions. on ;the otion of off k-oi-p 'and. the mutualization of tho company, tboro wei'e two or other im-porlant n-sults of the. meeting: Piosid-ont Aloxander. who is now sixty- vears old. in accept in-'the re-election Representatives fiom Now Penn- ot________ ___.......- H, tb. j j May ToucH i and didn't moloit luni ft v.as got- I on riist it was thought that j to The 7 npor time loi the ioal official to i c- Mudents had been in the room, but aftei Feb the final Ivo.ur h" 0C "lx 's VranUcallv excited session ot i n lhc pit May wheat s to main of lice, tho SECRET OF CHARTREUSE SOLD-to cents >esteida> s top Iv _a 16 tWO in..i It was announced to-day that .an agioe- 1 The fire, M bluzo in the cellar, was easIH rost ,NOS 0 T I Tl rlis-r-jiv nv mriit h.ifl boon at a cjonierenco i i-t 4i' Hi L IH n g R I i bM oflioial to walk' 1 prict itselt formed a mateuaiu VoSld6pload Monks feet Nearly Part of It loitior figure on tho crop Tho bulls had h-n, njakP an m- m stock of New Concern. tho reins m then- hands all daj. and at the in graduatniRl (Ids-, ai iho Xm'td At1 iciomv nt a sprual Korvic.e in the rullumj JTall this afternoon. oic bv the American death of Henry B, Hyde, told' the Direct- ors that'lie -was agringr in the sorviee. ami ih.it his 'years- of active w.ork would not he many i.iore... -Ifi'p understood-that- this jorccast' the retirement' of. Mr.. Alexan- dor fi-om the.Pi-eRidcncy ;it -the expiration of his prosont: torm of office, next .Janu- ancl his assumption of the position rhjiirnijur of tho Boa.rd. whore the. thc Cubic to Tnr NEW YORK TIMES It wa'- dKscmered by an inmt had boon i cached at a donterenco i oxunaw-nea. w nu A f TMQ sion of the Carthusian Fathers from i abillt3r m required lunus mo mtoiior Depaitmont between rep-, usher tmoks coming: from a SEIZtU ULWO. 'Gienotoie there have been lawsuits be- cause ot the congested condition of the _ _n 1 I li.nr J t- 1 1 II f tllft ITialrl OVO1 i A the monks and Official He- market. Woman Imported Them and Rave armo'inted to up their Even body said that Gate, and his all I sooiotv'would stlil bo aiilc to avail. itself mo toino 11. .me oic eiy on bv the American rxperieiicod and detailed times they wielded the whip mero-. Tract Sociel; v.hloh was lopiobonted b> or the buPino.ss too less One small failure was an-, lhe Rcn o, Go-.i-e upon :his strength. -HM'VT- .Lewis, ocli- H W3S schoduied for 2 o'clock. I IH lULtlUJt i ..._- ot the oil intoiosts and thc stairway leading from the main (foyer. Heciotaiy by which thc leaie on The fact thai a serious- crush was averted >v i onc-thlicl ot the resei vatlons oxtendod I is duo to the of the audience and lor ton yeaiK tho leasoholdeis! to relln- to the precautions which the hat ae quish the !ost ol the oil j taken under the provisions of a new the- 'Iho agioomont is logarded as a great satu ordinance..______________ Aictor> tor Secietary Hitchcock. It is un- c-nocir-Ki dostoocl that ithe oil companies will make. HOCH'S FOREIGN WIVES. i otlorts to gain trom bpet-tai  wore 'c. And.an adjournment was taken properly as to the, ownership of the Street associates were tno men ont Tlio Koy J j _.f whin and that they would not relont in lain Ot trademark of the famous Chartreuse wlup, unW the bears had lDOen M liqueur i their' campaign until the bears had boon Dr K, iought to a finish. May closed at c f M. i ;a LWWVI vi- _ I __ t) V JVlrS I SilOoESoLUi-ljr I Detective Says He Owned Up to and ior customs j the secret ot manufacture the IL llu'e i r'lT iought to a iniisn. iuay The monks adopted a new trademainc, rwithm OL the top. July, under pressuie H ti-imipVi ihpv fiuccessfullv ureserved Ih6 bette- part ot the day, closed at aj new inferior to 1 n .statom.ont concerning- the monop- Soci-o'tary. Hitchcock says in part: eral Marriages Abroad. dut> J.-eaoh decline oiani.i 'of the persons who fou-M to old m quality, owing to the im- CH1CAGO, Fob IG.-Johunn Hoch, 7ewelrj t u tuJed to give posslbUity of obtaining the finest sorts amersation with Detective Loftus who i1 lne gemc i hrandy m whither the decline of W and September suffered from rolling V K. MI to agree, and.an adjournment was taken Herlv Shipman Chap to f3 meantime-a, com- J.he Hex tmiuoe Of was appointed to consider    v fiidi.tlng sublease, upon conditions which sto' mff at the Waldorf-Astoria. One of yielded to himself, associates, and their-Lth d g of Gat0s's valet is to take 1 Hum In j tlnn- Vitnrtni'ix'l __ a_______11. Huccossors (the Illuminating- Oil Company) gnc-sixteenth, 01, at present prices ior oil, about '.'Vs cent1; a bairel, from the sub- lease, alcci the latter had paid 10 pel- cent! royalty to-the Indians; or about ai. barrel. the last .two years efforts 1 tlve collie Tesdie out for a- walk during the 1 afternoon. fctroll the JAMAICA, L. I, Feb. JG.-Because his head wa-5 moved a few inches at his own i equest, Frederick Wolf rost, who was suf- fering from a fractured spine, died in St. Mary's Hospital last night. a monks transferred their monastery. margin. The] CHICAGO Fob The deadlock is now at an end, thc j wag fevenshly Cental are monks having the secret to clted  mm orchil JO, 'Arrivnls at .Ho.tol.s ancl Oilt-of-Tow'n Huslnes's Voiirt 31. Al aino lnt  Kob 30 of Pastern for .some twenty minutes He took' up jn JoVa are recoivms the bene-] detail the claims-of the Alexander party iltelar beW waged and 'the personal to the Gulf of Mexico'that had "come, out In the course of the vo me U.UH made. charges along the the of one THE the _ of d, friend, csiruei, WUBCJ Jn the wake of John W. Gates's optimistic j prospoct or us spoc-ay wou, trom There were all sorts of corner talk, but the local longs proceeded to sell on thc sharp upturn. PRISONER GETS TWO FREED. Takes Responsibility 'for a Death, Pleading Self-Defense. and tneic that the whole nipvemeni; settleiuenl-utheir giain w woith the desire of some of tho cent to 2 cents bushel moic than befoie, get controi company the st juggle began h thc. agency Directors, who in j Tho Burlington announced t of- the would moet all ialos made, and Ts ,nider. an Alexander mu- towpctltora had Incited those low noiaras to coin and oats, all kinds of gram willj be included1 by tnat load. The new tanffs will be issued call for latos' Called It Conspiracy. This took the form of a conspiracy, There waft a wtir in Court, Brooklyn vesterday, when a .LJCTCnoC. Win i -j. mft I..UVTIV traded from cents up to 12 cents on all gaid lo stir up public opinion for the Adams Street, _f 'nin Ilom Builington lines m' bv- charges that the 15 L i 141: pot kinds of R-i'am Hom Builington lines m 'hc mutUaliKation charges that the ____ iovva io C'hicago Tho roductioii luns xiroritr holdings had1 been voted in his prisoner charged with having killed a mm? those of the' man with an axo dramatically appealed j normal tarllfs before t.ie opening of hos-I .mjnded. the bpard; Uiat Steors to discharge two tUities the. Chicago. R. HVde trust was exercised to Magistrate Steors to discharge two men arrested with J to be innocent John Concord Street was accused of killing Charles Callahan on Feb. 2. -s to discharge two JllmoJs Ccn.lr.il, the. Chicago. Mil- him. declaring them i St; Paul, and the Chicago Ui Bleeckman of 224 Western. of killing I ostern in the dpwnwaid trendI from hi the downwatd trend from none of these voads included f rM, no uSlkntv the" sick man Showed TRENTON, Feb. 16-As a result of the to do with this affair I Toads Bishop McLaren of Chicago Showed no The doc.tor was n shop" move by the Manufacturers' Jione am responsible Callahan attacked to-dav material change hi, physicians said last bul died within five mJn- here 1-00 men employed in and I night, nt W Madison Avenue, where ho tes. doctor sava that the ohanghjg, bullfling went out on strike to-' Mai is m condition was precarious. Ot day All bulging woi-fc is' tied up in con- the O I Tb, Tm. Go to j The Building Trade. Council I Pennsylvantci Ralhoad Ifavlne New ._.__. i ordered thc striKe. 4f JilYdik 2" t'J _ _1T inir Lt L anything but corn and oats in the new had been made. said BJeockman, men j It is believed all the other tnat naa.oeeu. juage, T'loads lunning through Iowa will follow company. the Henry B. Hyde trust was exercised by James W. Alexander, ancl. not by him-j self and then commented in -a, caustic vein on some of the personal criticisms CLBA, AUGUSTA AND AIKBN. Mr Hyde declared that the first he. heard of the two petitions was when, James Alexander came: to his office on Feb. 3.last and, laid them down on this nccowary oxpanwa f VtfSoft' OTaoi'od tho strik- foi three I davB. Magistrate Stews Tiold Bleeckman for Jury and others. 12.55 j desk, and added5 that, personal r M othoi fast N Y. Offices, j Uons 
                            

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