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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - April 21, 1905, Wellsville, New York * 31190S| Depends on Interest in London Deepens into Anxiety of Two Russian April 20 - Thf He 18 to row much on conduct of approaching naval Vice Admiral actually in the of Malacca there to the of the now there 1 seen to be K likelihood of Vice Admiral beton the fateful struggle intercut la Into to one Tokio war nve beld there on Wednesday attended by the elder the premier and Tokio that Japan has addressed a protest to Prance on the Russian squadron's presence in but that Prance has not yet Dally that a neet is ready to pall for April 20A dispatch from says the hare discovered a turning movement about thirty miles northeast of Pass by two forces each of three thousand several housand Japanese cavalry And FLEET 20.Admiral Rojes fleet is still in Admiral has taken every step to insure on hU will Im in I Uft Tafl aiHing en ihm Plain OF Subject of Much Speculation With Russian April 20.Tho keon Pfl If manifested In to the hut tho admiralty claims to kfi as much In tho dark as regarding the plana of tho report that part of tho was off Hong Kong la not main question now agitating tho Is whether will elect to proceed northward through the straits of or oit Into the Pacific through Bashl channel of tho Island of c- channel of the Island of conviction is growing stronger that the Japanese heavy division is close to the of Japan and It is also believed that Admiral Togo will decline to give battle In the This is what the admiralty officials hope as It sincerely believes would kave more than an even chance if the two squadrons lined up in an open admiralty has no confirmation the reported cutting of tho cable Formosa with the Chinese mainland at Still at April 20Although not reported li Is believed that the Russian second Pacific squadron continues the occupation of or some other port of where H is expected to remain until joined by the third Russian Pacific The report that Admiral is maintaining a patrol and examining neutral shipping oft bay increases irritation toward France for permitting tho use of that port as base of Japanese government continues tho representations on the which have been made to its demanding vigorous Service April 18, via Tlon April 19.Ffw transports are now arriving at This contrast the rush of traffic since tho opening of the Liao river indicates that precautions are being taken against possible interference by the Russian accumulations of stores have been made along the Japanese lines of assuring full to tho armies in the If the transport service is Mada by Judge and B. April 20.Arguments for the defense of Court Warren B. Hooker wore Im fore the assembly Judiciary commit which has for weeks boon Investigating Justice Hooker's con duct In connection with the at and arguments were made by N. of ami Lewis n. Carr of Albany of counsel for Judge devoted hia to tho consil of the while Mr. Carr discussed the various which have been the subject of crit Carr pointed out that If the com decided to do anything it would bo a precedent and should proceed only after groat deliberation He pictured tho political evil which might If the legislature us t o for which judicial might be re fact that this was a rase In which no charges had boon brought forward and no one appeared as the public was the subject of considerable argument on his part he If the Jamestown Dar association Justice Warren B. Hooker unfit to be a judge they would have been enough to come out in the open and make a said that while supposing that there were no charges and that the committee was simply the counsel for the Henry B. had suddenly become prose cutor and tho Investigation had virtually been into a inference that there was any conspiracy between Frank P. Ball and Justice Hooker was denied by Mr. who declared that there was no evidence lo support such a contention Speaking of the witness who was charged by Ball with offering certain rewards If Hall would out Something which ho knew In relation to Justice and which was ili nied by Mr. Carr said spoke with Ihe guile of a that he might sever the Ball and Hooker Carr sim iu some linie in argn ing that there was no in terest in the tu of Hall 11' showed that Mrs a of oil slock to n hiT r the Hall noie she Mr Carr to or and Hooker Transfer Tax Measure Becomes a GOVERNOR'S of the Amount of Money the Tax Will Saya Tax of Thia Kind la to Some Extent lit on HOOKER Force April 20.An official report jrom Manchuria headquarters A Japanese force advanced toward 50 miles east of occupied that place on April 15. ihe enemy retreated to the by 20^ 3sF9.tonald a For Defense Endeavored to Show That Justice Hooker Was Not Responsible for Delinquencies of April 20.Lewis Carr of Justice Hooker's counsel today his client's connection with tho post and to show that he could not be hold for Ball's conceded failure to perform He cited postmaster admission that his own duties as postmaster had that If practiced his hours a Ball could conduct a ticket in Dunkirk without bringing the upon Justice Carr argued tho federal post office department was to blame if anything was on Fifth 20 The stock trans for tax was signed as chapter 241 of the laws of by early last In leas than six hours before It would have become a law without his signature by the constitutional limitation of 10 days after its is one of two tax passed as Republican party moas It imposes a tax of 2 cents upon each or fraction thereof of par value of corporation stock domestic or sold or otherwise transferred within this state after June 1. 1905, made upon or shown by the books of the company or or by assign ment in or by any or by any paper or agreement or memorandum or other evidence of transfer j or 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 referring to mere de- | posit of stock as collateral security for money are expressly Be Paid by manner of paying the tax is prescribed like that of the similar fed eral Spanish war revenue ad stamps to be purchased of tho state and affixed to the or the agreement or memorandum of or to the books If tho transfer Is made thereon .No transfer is to be complete or legal without the required stamps governor signed also the companion as forgery In the third degree under the penal code any counterfeiting of tho revenue by the of which the tax Is to paM Tins chapter 2 4-' are made as to the amount of money which this tax will At hearings on tho before It was stated by a of the Nt w York and on the basis of the transactions of It would produce from one and from the leaving out of account private and other transactions not passing through the This would Indicate a revenue of at least from this With the signed bills the governor filed the following have given my approval to the above It Imposes a tax of per 100 shares on transfers of shares or 2 cents on each par The tax Is moderate in amount and similar taxes are In other countries and wore levied In the United States under tho war revenue tax has beeri argued with much and a t deal of that the business of in 8^,3 a as by act V. t may 19 tavor of tax that there Ir no of capital which at at Ion as ah that In stock transactions It conceded that Imposition of a tax by during the Spanish did not drive out of the Stairs and did not hardship to those in the basi of In stale tax of this kind Is nn doubtedly lo some In Its If are thoso which wf have verv to expect It will tial without burden ing the ind cial welfare of OU hand it provo that the is a ili in the of to the wi of the of the commission to and which I will be provided for at the pr. session of the will a more and Until April W Thm la to of Nan on trial for third of was taat night and froff court Mondar la to avoid a court rm and to connected with Ihe cace an to go of city to of fol M 4ft yars John H 3R. cloak manufac C In L 37, augar Walter L roal W 37. bach William F BK. retired C 45, William J. 43, cashier was that the defendant will take the iMand during the trial and tell her story of how met hU death in the cab last June as he was driving to the pier to Join his on trip to Europe II also la said that Patterson is that Mrs J Morgan should a witness for the the jury completed OofT the customary warning to the jurors not lo discuss case or lo allow It to be In their He then adjourned thf conrt Patterson had a Hille chat with her father and was then back to the Tombs Her counsel declares the girl Is well with the Asked of General Agents of Equitable Life Sent Him by MARATHON ROAD by F. Lorz of Mohawk New April 20F of the Mohawk Athletic New won ' the annual Marathon road I of 25 held under tho auspices of the Boston Athletic time was 2 hours 38 minutes 25 2-5 Marks of the Pastime Athletic New second and of the Cambridge Gymnasium association time was 3 hours 39 minutes and 50 4 6 while Fowler took 2 hours 41 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 Drawing near the eight mile S. A. Jr. of the Mohawk A New pulled Into the closely followed by F. H. a local and Marks and M Spring of the Pastime A. w winner of last year's his lead until apparently he had the race well In Mellor several seconds ahead of the ord half tho distance was covered about this begun to draw up on tho leaders and when at tho 2<^th mile ro a Lorz had Haarer and having a long hill just outside of 1/117; Miller and the up the this point oii Lorz In of losins bis running the ts of ton ho d a continuous Lorz partially after ho broke but while Marks and r iJi good McClellan and Grout Among the April 20. Mc and Tity Comptroller were the before the leci The inquired Into contracts made by the Con company with tho New n York and Trucking com In which Alderman James E Gaffney and John J. a broth er of Charles F loader of Tammany are developed that contracts amount Ing to otio had awarded to the firm w declared that aft er a ho was convinced ihe city's only remedy was to build its own lighting Me he holding up payment on several old bills there seemed | lo a sentiment that the should the McClellan stated that the lighting for the year were by Oakley without with him and that while be became convinced that Oakley bad acted In good he had never his approval of his act m the Oakley and tho w York Contracting and Trucking company will be called UPON With a Gun Sophs Mock Pa April 20 - a party of sophomores of liD and college a of Gingrich of a for advising r to tear down an lo the country I placed him nil a and hold I Inp a n who sTuck him with a n r shots into ti of of an r ' After protract Pd se d tht of who are meet lai * calling upon J H Hyde to hIa with and a of from to call on Mr Hydr and the the of the wai this had not called on Mr nor had It report All the have to and while nc definite Informal loo waa out talk had It that the to Mr. wml Into at 11 m. and It was 3 p. m a waa taken for thU there a warm debate ovoj the Hyde resolution and its This the of the would not give out until notified by the committee of five that ft copy on Mr. taken was Informed that ihe commit of reach his office at 4 He Its arrival in company a n h hU counsel Samuel r. S and c r the cotn hail d Mr with hiH l Intention of Mr said l not seen the and I have nut seen 1 them im insulting ano 1 have no Inten tlon of Is said that all but 17 had toted to Hyde s resigna tlon aud In of Mr The number noting for the resolution Is said 10 have 133 to wait on Mr Hyde Charles Wake New Frank New C. J J South 4 p m the again met and this It has in Ihe public that the for they seek to full or partial of the socieTy by That the of m convention declare that we di not ask nor will we lor for any part the control of tht but do demand that the policy this be as to st their in ol whom t in this was ed and a v was d to to to Si permit H. of F A -T ti to V ice Pn l Alexander oY the asked what he had io my to Mr Mr Tarbell was into any compact stich as he of There aay about Mr the to April Taft has concluded to visit Toklo oa the occasion of his Philippine and may pav his to of the Japanese have not been Man to April 20H H a wealthy who was of colored In hls was 10 the four term he stubbornly to serve Instead of and He hls own In Hls wiff In valn to - He will be with a dav In by Collapse of w ( Pa 20 John F. wa- Saturday by the for was hurt at noon and his Harrison Pitts probably fatally oy collapse of a barn 00 which 9oth were Jefferson Palm April 20. Jose ph rson was to Improving Hopes of recovery are en thoush he is still weak his condition critical The statement made that Mr Jefferson was much and would survive the day He took a fruit at and liai he be n some April 20The Governor the Pittsburg I n Hoy CM: Glum who is a body dt d Tier League Not Granted 20 V of the Topeka and Santa Fe before the senate committee on interstate Insisted that the road in the question had not granted n as but that the allocations out of confusion of the cost of tlon and the cost of through Ing by the company of coal the business almost entirely or drive It out of Ibe Experience with 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 Ship Drifts to April 20,With four dead sailors and the remainder of the crew helpless from and few days before the transport Sherman sailed from The Sher man brought tho news having touched at the port. Tho only person who was capable of being on deck was the captain's a who was completely Ignorant of ern Hi I. 1 ' 5..-;:.>ti Milt til entire ( n Ing r i n special there up 2(1 South 1 1' s of i w ' bad li la t 1. atue cir 111.- car to liir oin to iit 11,1.1. of uni I be ( 11 no r Un of ' 111-.'- K G S Mou Pr. Ta to thank n b w. er Naid great had their dated iLeir would policy R B S REGISTRATION April 2(tAsiirabl)-man for the special of absent waji by the Senate Judiciary FOR 20 and all in left n fot 1- In Brewery n at I of n t .I 111 i uuu 1!. Id I.e bo an 1 rs and pledged ihe gence in g with he i. of 12 agents an 1 d merlt He h. could not he to are now be suc by paying 8 to .Mr who he stat ed he as as he red to nry H for 1 that r w the and ht red into a OF HO t
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