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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - April 21, 1905, Wellsville, New York                                 Xï»" * ^ >/ Ì- , '■'i -i*- if-  04. i%nnmmfB2  »^lit-l-SYDULÉ, FRIDAY AFÄIL 31190S|  Mucli Depends on Togo.  Lukewarm Interest in London Deepens into Anxiety —Junction of Two Russian Fleets.  l^ndon. April 20 - Thf HrlUsh pub- , He 18 iK-KinnlnK to roallr-o row much i^nA» on Togo-8 nki-ul conduct of approaching naval content«.  Until Vice Admiral RoJe»lTenRky actually arrivod in the Strait« of Malacca there w»« » dlnpofiiHoa to rldl-otU the effort« of the RusRlan .quad-but now Ibmt there 1« seen to be K ITOWlng likelihood of Vice Admiral N«botA«ofl JolnfhK RoJe«tTeniky beton the fateful struggle opens, luke-Wffl intercut la de<>penlng Into anx-  According to one Tokio correspon-a 'omentouB war conferencp iMting nve hour« wa« beld there on Wednesday attended by the elder lUtenmen, the premier and ministers.  Other Tokio correspondenU »Ute that Japan has addressed a protest to Prance on the Russian squadron's presence in Kamranh Bay. but that Prance has not yet replied.  The Dally Tolegraph's correspond-fot (leclart's that a JapanoKe neet is ready to pall for Kamranh Hay.  THE TURNING  MOVEMENT DiocOVEREO.  St. PcterHburg, April 20—A dispatch from Ounshu Pa«« says the Russlanft hare discovered a turning movement about thirty miles northeast of Ounshu Pass by two forces each of three thousand Chine»« bandits, several housand Japanese cavalry And twcn-  the  two gnns.  ROJESVENSKrS FLEET AT  KAMRANH BAY.  Saigon, AprH 20.—Admiral Rojes vensky's fleet is still in Kamranh B'ly Admiral Jonqueieres has taken every step to insure neutrality.  Pr^id*rrt (b«fi>r« «tartin« on hU trip)i "Oh. »hinfl« will Im «Il  rifht in Washington. I hav« Uft Tafl aiHing en th« \ìé k«*fmg J»wn ihm ftant«  Domingo matter."  —CUvatand Plain OM(«r.  ROJESTVENSKY'S course.  DEFENSE OF jUDQE HOOKER.  REVENUE BILL SIGNED.  It Subject of Much Speculation With Russian Admiralty.  St pptprsliurp. April 20.—Tho keon Pfl inttTost If manifested In th«- dlw-patrh<-s nfi-rrlnK to the UuBalan squadron, hut tho admiralty claims to kfi as much In tho dark as tho-public regarding the plana of tho admiral.  The report that part of tho Bquadron was siKhtPd off Hong Kong la not credltt'd here, however.  The main question now agitating tho ■aval offlcors Is whether Rojcstvensky will elect to proceed northward through the straits of Formoaa or ¥ear oit Into the Pacific through Bashl channel (south of tho Island of For-Bosa) c- Ballngtang channel (north of the Island of Luzon.)  The conviction is growing stronger that the Japanese heavy division is •oncentratlug close to the Bhores of Japan and It is also believed that Admiral Togo will decline to give battle In the opr^n sea. This is what the admiralty officials hope for, as It sincerely believes Rojefltvensky would kave more than an even chance if the two squadrons lined up in an open fi^ht.  The admiralty has no confirmation •f the reported cutting of tho cable •onnectlng Formosa with the Chinese mainland at Foochow.  Ruaaians Still at Kamranh Bay.  Toklo, April 20—Although not reported directly, li Is believed that the Russian second Pacific squadron continues the occupation of Kamranh bay, or some other port of Annam, where H is expected to remain until joined by the third Russian Pacific squadron. The report that Admiral Rojestvensky is maintaining a patrol and examining neutral shipping oft Kamranh bay increases th»" irritation toward France for permitting tho use of that port as » base of operations.  The Japanese government continues lilent renHnliug tho representations on the .'iiibject which have been made to France.  The press, however, continups its s&ltation ai;alnsl France, demanding vigorous aciiou.  Transport Service Interrupted.  Ylnkovv, April 18, via Tlon Tsin, April 19.—Ffw transports are now arriving at Newchang. This contrast *ilh the rush of traffic since tho opening of the Liao river indicates that precautions are being taken against possible interference by the Russian Pacinc squadron.  Vast accumulations of stores have Wready been made along the Japanese lines of communications, assuring full •uppllos to tho armies in the field, «Ten If the transport service is luter-rupied.  Argumtnta Mada by Judge Qoodrlch and Ltwia B. Carr. Albany, April 20.—Arguments for the defense of Stipreme Court Justlre Warren B. Hooker wore presontcd Im fore the assembly Judiciary commit tee, which has for scvaral weeks boon Investigating Justice Hooker's con duct In connection with the imstofflcesi varlou» at Frcdonia and Dunkirk.  Tho arguments were made by JuiIr"-William N. Ooodrirh of Hrooklyn ami Lewis n. Carr of Albany of counsel for JURtico IIookiT. Judge Gwxlrlrli devoted hia argwinentH to tho consil tutlonal asperlH of the question, while Mr. Carr discussed the various aciH which have been the subject of crit Icism.  Mr. Carr pointed out that If the com mittee decided to do anything it would bo establlshlnK a precedent and should proceed only after groat deliberation He pictured tho political evil which might resujt If the legislature us sumed t o ¡)rP8crlb(> th(" raiises for which judicial offlcors might be re moved.  The fact that this was a rase In which no charges had boon brought forward and no one appeared as the public prosecutor, was the subject of considerable argument on his part "I'll assume," he said, 'that If the Jamestown Dar association thougiu Justice Warren B. Hooker unfit to be a judge they would have been nianl.v enough to come out in the open and make a charge."  He said that while supposing that there were no charges and that the committee was simply investigating, the counsel for the committee. Henry B. Coman, had suddenly become prose cutor and tho Investigation had virtually been tranaiormed into a trial,  Th« inference that there was any conspiracy between Frank P. Ball and Justice Hooker was denied by Mr. Carr, who declared that there was no evidence lo support such a contention Speaking of the witness Tiffany, who was charged by Ball with offering certain rewards If Hall would givo out Something which ho knew In relation to Justice Hooker, and which was ili nied by Tiffany. Mr. Carr said 'H spoke with Ihe guile of a srrin-nt that he might sever the relailous tietw<'<n Ball and Hooker "  Mr. Carr sim iu some linie in argn ing that there was no pecuniarv in terest in the appoiuinic tu of Hall 11' showed that Mrs Honker lo Ihi'  Frodonia Nailoiia! irtnk a laiuf aiii'umt of oil slock to n lea^i' hiT fnuii h' r obllgalinns wiih ihi' l>aiil;. iiuluiliiiu the Hall noie wliicli she ha.i rii.iors'-ii Mr Carr in.-¡.-'''•il tha' r^- wa-nothiiig to >-liow 'lieic wa-^ aii\ au!'-'-ment or utiii'i-lainliiig liriw.'iT. ii.ill and Hooker i|i;ii ili.- salar\ r-ci'hnl  Stock Transfer Tax Measure Becomes a Law.  THE GOVERNOR'S MEMORANDUM.  Estimate« of the Amount of Money the Tax Will Produce—Governor Saya Tax of Thia Kind la to Some Extent Experimental—Companion Bill Signed.  from aiiitoiiiiii.t lit on th>-' noie  -houli  THE HOOKER CASE.  Japanese Force Advanced. Tokio, April 20.—An official report jrom Manchuria headquarters says: A Japanese force advanced toward T^ghus, 50 miles east of Hslngeng, ¡^d occupied that place on April 15. ihe enemy retreated to the north."  Reception by Mr*. Fairbanks.  Washington. AprU _ 20^  ' ^v-—JHrB. I'-air-  '^ksrthe-wtlrîngl-œ^^^  "Jû^at 3síF9.t»onald McLean, a can-  ttl l Voting for  Sd president-general  presidents-general S^nt oanuounce-  Counsel For Defense Endeavored to Show That Justice Hooker Was Not Responsible for Delinquencies of Ball.  Albany, April 20.—Lewis Carr of Justice Hooker's counsel today di.s-cussed his client's connection with tho Frodonia post ofllco and endeavorod to show that he could not be hold ros-ponslblo for Ball's conceded failure to perform atjy work. He cited postmaster M6ore'3 admission that his own duties as postmaster had oc-  argued that If Mooro practiced his legaf thsc^xcept!^. -of  two hours a day, Ball could conduct a ticket broker's offlce in Dunkirk without bringing the rosponslbillly upon Justice Hooker. Carr argued that' tho federal post office department was to blame if anything was wrong.  (Continued on Fifth Page.)  Albany, .\pril 20 The stock trans for tax bill was signed as chapter 241 of the laws of i;>0.",. by Ciovernor Higpins early last evening. In leas than six hours before It would have become a law without his signature by the constitutional limitation of 10 days after its passage.  The bill is one of two revi-nue tax bill» passed as Republican party moas ures. It imposes a tax of 2 cents upon each tlOO or fraction thereof of par value of corporation stock securllifts. domestic or foreign, sold or otherwise transferred within this state after June 1. 1905, • whrthor made upon or shown by the books of the association, company or cor]>oratlon. or by assign ment in blank, or by any delivery, or by any paper or agreement or memorandum or other evidence of transfer j or sale, entitling the holder in any manner to the benefit of such stock or ^ to secure the future payment of money I or the future transfer of any stock."  Agreement.s referring to mere de- | posit of stock as collateral security for money loaned, are expressly exempted  To Be Paid by Adheaiv« Stamps.  The manner of paying the tax is prescribed like that of the similar fed eral Spanish war revenue tax—by ad heslve stamps to be purchased of tho state comptroller, and affixed to the ct'rtlflcaie or the agreement or memorandum of transfer, or to the corporations' books If tho transfer Is made thereon .No transfer is to be complete or legal without the required stamps affixed  The governor signed also the companion bill estat)llshing as forgery In the third degree under the penal code any counterfeiting of tho revenue stamjts by the atlixing of which the tax Is to l)e paM Tins beconi.-s chapter 2 4-'  Various » -'im.i'es are made as to the amount of money which this tax will prod'ice At 'he hearings on tho bill before 'be ¡• iJislatiire It was stated by a repre>« n'ativ« of the Nt w York and Consoliil.i W'd S'tx'n. Hv-chances 'ha' on the basis of the transactions of r.t'M It would produce $;{,-2^0,000 from 'he one and tl.T.SO.OOO from the other, leaving out of account private and other transactions not passing through the exchanges. This would Indicate a revenue of at least $5,000.000 from this tax  Governor's Memorandum. With the signed bills the governor filed the following memorandum:  "I have given my approval to the above bill. It Imposes a tax of $2 per 100 shares on transfers of ctirporate shares or 2 cents on each $100 par ralue thereof. The tax Is moderate in amount and similar taxes are lev-led In other countries and wore levied In the United States under tho war revenue tax law.  "It has beeri argued with much force, and a gi- t deal of truth, that the business of deaOng in corporate  BBareris fiece^^a^ .....It h»s  bpeiv ap^rtorf.,that,, 8^,3 .small a t^ as tharimpoBcd by this' act niust eUh'er  _____^__A V. ^ ^ t ^ r^ ^ I t nrtfl V  It may t>«» »«ui 19 tavor of th»« tax that there Ir jwrhap« no othfr »ort of capital which at prosmt e»r»i>»»« tm* at Ion as compl^-toly ah that employi^l In stock transactions It I« icniraHy conceded that th«» Imposition of a Ilk« tax by contre*« during the Spanish wnr did not drive biislnos.% out of the I'nlled Stairs and did not rau<o cremt hardship to those rngaced in the basi nesR of dnaling In fiiock"  "A stale tax of this kind Is nn doubtedly lo some dogrro oxp»Timrnt.iil In Its chnrncter If it» recuU» are thoso which wf have . verv rta-.on to expect It will prmluce .1 uti-sian tial n-venue without Hertf>ij«Iv burden ing the t(U^.ine<s.^ inior<--is ind Hn.in cial welfare of th.- ■üa'«'  "If. OU 'be oth'T hand it -hould provo that the bill is a ili .iiHwun'ni.-nt in the wa\ of pnxlnring or  inimical to the wi Ifar«' of th»- st.i'e. the dellberationn nnil tlons of the commission to ron^ld«r roventio and taxation, which I tru'tt will be provided for at the pr. -int session of the legislature, will a more equliabli- and producti\.' suh-stituto ••  PATTtRtOM JUHf COÜ^LITIO.  iltaaiiir Omtt Aé}«itmmé Cmtri Until MttMay. /  York, April W — Thm J»ry whk-h la to d«K>l«l« th* fit» of Nan Pat-t#rwNi. on trial for Ih«» third llm«> apoa Un» rh8rit»> of mnrd^rlni "Ca'Hiar'' Townt. was ponip|et»Kl taat night and llMwdor froff ad)otimp«l court antll Mondar la ord«^ to avoid a court rm Oood Ftlday., and to ulv« Ihi* lawrpra connected with Ihe cace an opiwtunlly to go o<it of th»> city to ■r^'^nd th»" holiday.  Thp i)«»n«<)nnel of lh»> j#7 fol low* lyOToll M Alrtrlch. foreman, 4ft yars old. matiBRor. married; John H Hpllnt, r.:i. merchant, married; Jnll>i* Goldstono, 3R. cloak manufac tnrer. married, Nrwcomb C Harney, ßo. Interenti'd In mines. married; Franrl* Vail. Fl!», retlrfvl merchant, married; Kttfrhard L I.uder. 37, augar import»>r. married. Walter L Tlnsley, roal merchant, m«rrl<»Hl. Presión W U^nn. 37. himinen.m manager, bach rlor. William F Nlebnhr BK. retired builder, married. Rolx^rt C .Martin. SI, wrchant. married; i)«ris May. 45, n»<Trhant. William J. Murphy. 43, cashier widower  H was announcwl that the defendant will take the iMand aealn during the pn^iwnil trial and tell her story of how Yown« met hU death in the hanaom cab last June as he was driving to the atMamahlp pier to Join his wlf« on trip to Europe II also la said that Mlas Patterson is anxioua that h»r »lal««r. Mrs J Morgan Smith, should a witness for the defen»«. ^'hen the jury wa* completed R» cord«>r OofT dellvert»d the customary warning to the jurors not lo discuss th^ case or lo allow It to be dlscuB«#d In their hearlniç He then adjourned thf conrt MIs.s Patterson had a Hille chat with her father and was then l«»d back to the Tombs Her counsel declares the girl Is well ploased with the jury  Hyde Asked to  Resign.  Action of General Agents of Equitable Life Society—Resolution Sent Him by Mail.  LIGHTING INVESTIGATION.  ANNUAL MARATHON ROAD RACE.  Won by F. Lorz of Mohawk Athletio Club, New York. Boston. April 20—F Ix>rez of the Mohawk Athletic club, New York, won ' the nlath annual Marathon road race. I of 25 miles, held under tho auspices of the Boston Athletic assocUtlon. Lorz" time was 2 hours 38 minutes 25 2-5 seconds.  L. Marks of the Pastime Athletic club. New York, wa» second and R-Fowler of the Cambridge Gymnasium association third. Marks" time was 3 hours 39 minutes and 50 4 6 seconds, while Fowler took 2 hours 41 mlnuif^ and 7 15 seconds lo cover the course Promptly at noon the runners were sent away from the starting point In Ashland and wore well bunched for the first few miles. Drawing near the eight mile mark, S. A. Mellor, Jr. of the Mohawk A C, New York, pulled Into the lead, closely followed by F. H. Haarer, a local runner, and Marks and M Spring of the Pastime A. C., N< w York, winner of last year's ract".  Increa.slng his lead until apparently he had the race well In hand. Mellor wa.-i several seconds ahead of the r»^ ord whep half tho distance was covered I..orz about this tlm«> begun to draw up on tho leaders and when at tho 2<^th mile n)arl< .Mellor drnpjKMl ro a walk. Lorz had pai^sed Haarer and Marks, Sprm« having quit  While ascendinK a long hill just outside of Ho>ion 1/117; overhaiib'.l Miller and the lai'er f;ave up the race.  From this point oii Lorz v>as n- ver, In darii:er of losins bis ji!ar»\ and| running throu,;h the stre. ts of Bos-! ton ho r* o'lv. d a continuous ovation.! Lorz partially col'a|)s.(l after ho broke tb'- lain', but sihxi r> r<wer»->!.| while Marks and Fowl< r tin..shed iJi good condì'Ion.  Mayor McClellan and Comptrolle Grout Among the Wltneaaea.  New York. April 20. — .Mayor Mc riellan and Tity Comptroller ('.rout were the iirincifial wiinesHes before the leci la'lve llphtlnK InvfRtlgatlnn comnut'i« The commltte«< inquired Into tb«' contracts made by the Con sollda'ed ('.as company with tho New r' Ci»mnt» n l.i York Con'TactinK and Trucking com pany. In which Alderman James E Gaffney and John J. Murphy, a broth er of Charles F Murphy, loader of Tammany Hall, are associates.  It developed that contracts amount Ing to t.iso otio had be<'n awarded to the firm w thoul competition.  Coniptrolb'r Cirout declared that aft er a thortnluh investlKation ho was convinced ihe city's only remedy was to build its own lighting plant. Me »aid he wa> holding up payment on several old bills becausc there seemed | lo b«' a pulillc sentiment that the city' should con'e^i the claims  Ma>or McClellan stated that the lighting con'racts for the ctirront year were signt-d by Conimissionor Oakley without consuliailon with him and that while be became convinced that Oakley bad acted In good faith, he had never exprosi«»d his approval of his act m slRning the contracts  ronimlssioner Oakley and officer!-of tho N* w York Contracting and Trucking company will be called to  day.  FIRES UPON HAZERS.  Freshie With a Gun Surpriaes Sophs Holdmg Mock Trial. I.Anca.^^e^. Pa , April 20 - Tue>da.\ nii;ht a party of sophomores of Kranlx liD and .Marshall college tnaile a pri>-on«r of O-iC.ir Gingrich of Lebanon, Pa., a fr< .^bmaIl. for advising anoibi r fr'»->hnian no' to tear down an olij-» imnabl«' po>i' I  Taking hitii lo the country 'bey I placed him nil a stump, and w.^re hold I Inp a iiKM-k 'rial wh« n GinKnch. who i.l.\ sTuck him with a n \iil\i r shots into 'h>-  clami-- s<iii,. club, fi:. .! ti crow.!  (ti,.- of of L.tiii .1 an ■ic'.-m< u-.!>. r e^t ap- ■! Ginf:nc'  New York. .Vpril . ' After protract Pd se ssion Ivehind rio»- d <lf>ors tht lf»-neral »Rents of 'he Kqultabl«« Llf' áJ»«umnc»> so<-|.-i) who are meet lai b»'r»> »iloided * r« «Mìhitlon calling upon Vic« Pr-sld«n» J H Hyde to reslim hIa poalllon with th" orcanlration and appointinic a commlttíM» of flv»* from Ibfflr numbfr to call on Mr Hydr and prpa^'Ot the d»'ntand«.  Wli^o the m^^'tlD« of the a|c»Mita wai «d>oumed this cowimltie« had not called on Mr Hyd^ nor had It report •d. All the m-emtHT» have botind tìimns^lvea to s^^recy and while nc definite Informal loo waa glrni out ctir r^nl talk had It that the rfsolution bad mailed to Mr. Hyd»« wltt  comm«»nts. 1  The ac^'nta wml Into aesslon at 11 ft, m. and It was 3 p. m b<*forp a ree**«» waa taken for luochroo. Ehirlng thU IH»rlod there wa« a warm debate ovoj the Hyde resolution and its coostnic tlon. This re.M)!utloa the »ecrptarlei of the aiffnts would not give out until notified by the committee of five that ft copy had »<»rv«nl on Mr. Hyde  When the waa taken Mr  Hyde was Informed that ihe commit te« of aicent.«; wcMild reach his office at 4 o'clock. He aw.itted Its arrival in company a n h hU p»>r«<inal counsel Samuel Cntermv. r. \V:ns!ow S Piorc^ and \V c C.iilliv r ,\t :. the cotn mitte.- hail no( apiw-ar. d :tnd Mr H.sd» with hiH coun-' l d»'p'>rt« d  No Intention of Resigning. Mr H>d> said l bavi- not seen the committi»' and I have nut seen th« reRolutlons. bu- 1 consid'-r them im pertinent, extr.u«dlnary, insulting ano mo«t prejiosierous 1 have no Inten tlon of resiKnini; '  It Is said that all but 17 ajrtnt-H had toted to n^Ui'^i -Mr Hyde s resigna tlon aud In ëupt>ort of Mr .\lexander The number noting for the resolution Is said 10 have b^n-n 133  The committíM» ap{Hjmted to wait on Mr Hyde compn5»>d Charles Wake New York. Frank l^-iy. New Orleans, C. J Kdwurds. Brooklyn, Jo^.<'pb Baltimore, \v J Roddy, South Carolina.  At 4 ;io p m the uRents again met and atlopted this resolution  '■\Vherea> It has be<n iwrsistently suRgesteil in Ihe public print.s that the aK»'nts arf- for mutu&lliation tn-caus^ they seek to actjulrr full or partial coalrt>l of the socieTy by acqulrlnj: proxies; th«-r»-fore. Ik- it  ■Resohed That we. the genera' agent> of 'he «fx-i.-ty m convention a.« semblad, h^-rvi.y declare that we di not ask nor will we »«^k lor ours^»lve^ for any part »if the control of tht Equitable, but do demand that thr\>us;h the policy hoid>rs this >hall be i.< vest'^tl as to b« st ctiaierv»' their in terests. w;thuu; 'he (Mutid. net* ol whom w,> i-ttitio! t Mv; in this bu.-i ne^s '  Pernian.-rr .>-frani.-..'um was • ffect ed and a couinif v was el.-ct. d to to .\Itian.v I-'^id.o to {Million Stat>- Si permit nd»-n: "-t In-ur.ince H. ndrick-Hisruiiis 'o ur;:.' h» of ih. Kq-n'atil. Th» .1- > F A Mc.Name.-Si" L.-. : Huff: K :  H .- -T . ti \  JMICI to ouKt V ice Pn .'Mdent H)de a.. l auccefd presldcnt Alexander wiii-n ib» b*»ad oY the «ìclety rf-tlr^'d  ^"hi^n asked what he had io my w.th r*fcr<»nre to Mr Knowles' stateni'-nl Mr Tarbell was hlchly indicnant H» aaid  'I n»*Ter enlerrd into any compact stich as he »iK»aks of There n«T« «ras aay qu<-!>iioQ about Mr Al^uadM the preald«>ncT "  S«cretary Tjift to Vl»lt Tokla.  Washlngion April .mi SiM'rHary Taft has concluded to visit Toklo oa the occasion of his Philippine trln. and may pav his resjvects to th« Jap^ an^iw fon'ign ofllc*' ofTlclals Th« dp-tall« of the Japanese rlsit have not jTft been ar^an^ed  Rieh Man Go«a to WorkhouM.  Clnclnnatl. April 20—H H Johao-nlgman, a wealthy commlssloo m«rcb-ant. who was fouod gullty of «fllUiK colored oleomarpnrlne In hls thrw buglnes.s hou'.es, was !i*»nt tothework-house 10 beßln the four years" term he stubbornly decl.led to serve Instead of paylng fS«i.; fin<'f and coftg im-po.iied. He argiit «1 hls own ca.so In th« court. Hls wiff pl.adod wlth hlüi In valn to pa\ th»- lin« - He will be crod-Ited with •>.'. r.-nis a dav In th» work-hoii^e  Hurt by Collapse of Barn, N» w ( aiti. Pa \pril 20 John F. Pitth, \*bo wa- nominnt.d Saturday by the Republii-aiis for coimty comtul.«-sloner, was s< riously hurt at noon Tupsda\ and his lS\earold foo. Harrison Pitts probably fatally Injured, oy th.' collapse of a barn 00 which 9oth were working  Joseph Jefferson Improving.  West Palm Beach, FU.. April 20.— Jose ph JefT. rson was re{>orted to b« Improving Hopes of recovery are en tertaln.'d thoush he is still weak àìiif his condition critical The statement wa.» made that Mr Jefferson was much bett«-t and would survive the day He took a graj«- fruit at nrmn and uaked liai he be ulv. n some soup  GREATER PITTSBURG  BILL  signed.  Harrisbur»: April 20—The Governor to<la% siirn'd the C.roater Pittsburg bill  .f I T»'. n H  ■s w«.in<l.<l Hoy CM: >hou!il( r, niakint; Glum ich, who is a oil.-i;" ba.-^eb.ill t.am. udetit body dt c'.ar- d IVcollege.  Southern Tier League Disrupted.  Had Not Granted Rebates.  WashlnRtou, .Kpril 20 — V ictor .Mor awetz of the ,\tihlson. Topeka and Santa Fe railroad, before the senate committee on interstate conmierce. Insisted that the road in the question had not granted n bates, as charged, but that the allocations grew* out of confusion of the cost of tninsporta tlon and the cost of coal, through lea.s Ing by the company of wveral coal Ijroperti.'s.  suppress the business almost entirely or drive It out of Ibe state. Experience with ta.xes of this sort on the continent of Europe does not seem to Indicate that the business of stock brokers has been suppressed or even seriously checked by them.  Death Ship Drifts to Port.  San Francisco, April 20,—With four dead sailors and the remainder of the crew helpless from beri-beri and small-tk);i, lb"ò 'A''ffioriraTi't«Tk Minerra'tìTtft^ edl. UìtQ «t  ft few days before the transport Sherman sailed from Maòlla. The Sher man brought tho news hero, having touched at the port. Tho only person who was capable of being on deck was the captain's servant, a Filipino, who was completely Ignorant of navigation  f N  1Ü.1 : ■II-  •K.f.  Kin :r ern T:. rui.;. illk- Hi h<i\' I. > .-ar 1 \ • .1 dut.- ' .• !,. 5..-;:.>ti Milt do«n til tii'i entire ( <11 n ni; dl-son t)\ \l.u .1.: Ing capi'.i; --'; anotb- r i li' n special CorniiiK r-annouiH-. ■! I., there Tt..;-Ing up 'b.  April 2(1 Th.' South 1 ami'- ba^ b.-en di-^ (' 1' s of Kitir.ra, ('oni .- .111 i \(M;-.iu w ..' -Mii.i! li.i-t-lia ' ;  I.. •• .mil.' bad .-mh! li o..!- iii.i.l,- la 'bi-lir. t • Mt.- 1. atue cir . . 111.- 'his \ car Tli.-  ■ iiii '.ik.-n to A'l  ■ Heui- liir tb.' ("urn ar'ert oin to orgaiii/.-\'l llsuii ui>l-t.-d i.i>.,ii  I Pr.-.-td. iit 11,1.1. ! of uni I be ( '01 uni); ni' 11 «."u'l.l li.- no r u'' Un rh.lU» of pa' ' I: 111-.'-  and »i.>\> rn.i: mulualua' :i>t. commit'.-.- Ui< Albany. K \ Tru.' an.! G F, S He'an St.-ani-; Mou Toronto  .\ coiiin.; • Pr. sui'-nt PresTd-ti- Ta to thank 'b' n Bo; b w. : • . er Naid •t-..i great p;..!.-;.:-who had their conf'-i'; dated iLeir . would cv.T !' policy hoM. r  i: J  !.. R B . ; .i( us. , S P  1 »• Lii- . ;.  SPECIAL REGISTRATION BILL.  .Mbany. April 2(t—Asii«»rabl)-man WckhI's bill provKline for the special registraticm of absent elwtors waji favorabU re|m>rt»'d by the Senate Judiciary (-oTiimittiH' today  SECRETARY HAY  SAILS FOR GENOA.  N.TMa. Itah. .^pnl 20 —Secretary Ha\ and ¡iart\ all in i:iH>d spiri's left ti»'* n fot <N-iin.i  POINTED PARAGRAPHS  (('hi' aui. New- I  \ «..tii.in .li-!ik.- II..-n " h  ■t-r-  t; 1-  \\ .111  . I.ill 'I pt"  u:  III  Fire In Bartho'cmay Brewery H(Hb. .->••1 r I K, l;.irhn,o  O-'O, Tl-.' lir. u.-- .IV. .! .11 -b-boiler nw'ti n : -l.i,' at nii.i'ii;;!.' I vsas socio» of M,. ,.,.i:r !'..¡í an.', va;li,lt.^ n .i. l.'.i,. t . dapaptd at.'! .1 ,1:1;. .I '.ii ♦ton'd 111 batnl-- i uuu d  •nil. 1!. p.'iri ni.'!. ■lilif.l,. Id !. . r..ii •• I.e bo ! . !' .jf ft..  " :n fc:m H.-- appre  • ..>ti .V tha- h-  Tue an.i lii'.ii', t.i th»= an 1 n..'inag. rs and h€ pledged ihe mar.agers hi> utn:os- .¡. ; gence in g iard.ng in'.r«--'-  Mr. Tarbfll's Statement.  Mr Tari», il of h:> .j  connection with he s-ch i. t.^ .in.! of hi; 12 vt-ars p'^-i-aa: r.)..r;on- w;-h tb. agents an 1 u.-i:.ai;-r>.. li.- a-M.:. d ib-mt-fling tha- he rv^-r t-ndea\tv!  to merlt t:.- .r e-'e» n: He >..ul h. could not t.-y .ir.v ha-.;.-r ;V..tn he ha.' to ConS'Tvt- tfc' ..- an ', wouîd  Btake hls the fight  they are now .^cchc- : .n »ou.J be suc cessfuL H«^ co:-.-,;r.u--d by paying 8 trlbute to .Mr AN-x.tLÎ- r, who he stat ed "had pro\' .f h-» w,.i:;j raib. t  be rlght tha:. bui he w:i>  président as '.-r.g as he red to b" '  nled a c ii:ade b> H» nry H î  Knowl.-s. ti.irn..-r:y superm;. nd.n: .<i ageaclos for the in »hi. î;  Mr, Kcow'.es Si! 1 that N*. r Tarb. w liât the bcttorr. oî 'he K-v;:';.' '. s and thaï ht l.a,: er.'- red into a cvm  ■A 'lO  b.i'  ÂMTTER OF HEALTH  POWDER  Absolutely Pure  HAS HO suBsmm  • t j.w. ri,'   

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