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THE CITIZEN, FlttDAY, SKIT. 10, 1010.
. ATTOHNKY A COUNSELOU-AT-LAW.
Office adjacent to Post Ofllco in Dlmmlck
office, Ilonesdnle, l'n.
Court Fixes Bail at $30,
000 For Each Defendant.
Democrats Will Gwiro! t!;o
ATTOIINEY A COUNBELOIl-AT-I.AW.
flfllrpnvpr nont nlllre. All Irani Imslnera
promptly attended to. Iloncsdale, l'a.
Central Official Says Con
sumer Pays Ultimately.
RAISES CASED ON JUDGMENT.
TOUTS R. GLAVIS.
Land Office Chief Vho Ao- 2
) cused Secretary Ballinosr.
ARMOUR IS FIRST IN COURT.
Morris Declares Charges Are Abso
lutely Unfounded Swift and Con
nors Hurrying Home From Eu
rope Two More Indicted.
Chicago, Sept. 14. Personal bonds
aggregating $000,000 were agreed oil
when Judge I.-iudls opened court as
security for tlm appearance of ten
meat packers who were Indicted on
charges of conspiracy In restraint of
Fixing the amount of tho bonds and
agreement that the defendants may
tile them with the clerl; of the United
States district court came after .lame
II. Wllfcerson. special assistant district
attorney, had asked tho'court to hsuc
bench warrants for the Immediate nr
rest of tho Indicted men.
Each man Is the subject of three In
illctments, and the bond will be $1u.ih
under each one. Attorneys for Ui-.
defendants declared It was of slight
moment whether the $10,000 bond fur
each man covered all three or one In
dlctment, considering the few hundred
thousand dollars' difference of little
weight compared with the other finan
cial rnlues Involved In the case.
J. Ogden Armour arrived at the of
lice of the clerk of tho court and gave
bond. lie was the first to appear.
Arthur Meeker, with Alfred It.
Urlon, general counsel for Armour &
Co., reached the clerk's quarters a lit
tle later. George B. Itobblns and Rob
ert J. Dunham signed bonds for $.'S0.
000 for Mr. Meeker and Mr. Armour
Edward Morris and his counsel arrived
at tho same hour. The other packer.
Indicted who are In the city appeared
later In the afternoon.
Edward Morris, one of tho Indicted
packers, when he appeared to give
bond, said, "Tho charges against us
alleged in tho indictments aro abso
lutely unfounded." IIo would add
nothing to tho statement
Louis F. Swift and Thomas J. Con
nors are on their way homo from Eu
rope to give bonds.
It is expected that two more meat
packers will bo Indicted shortly by the
federal grand Jury. Tho government
announced Its Intent to securo early
trial of all.
The additional Indictments, It Is In
timated, may not como until all the
ten men already named havo given
There are threo Indictments against
each, all based upon tho Sherman anti
trust law. Tho first Indictment charges
that the defendants during tho three
years last past havo engaged in a com
bination In restraint of interstate trade
In fresh meats.
The second Indictment is practically
the same as tho first, except that It
charges the defendants with engaging
In a conspiracy Instead of In a com
bination In restraint of trade.
Tho third Indictment charges that
the defendants havo monopolized the
trade in fresh meats by unlawful
PROFESSOR DEFINES "JOINT."
Mr. Matthews Testimony In Narra
gansett Case Shocks Lawyer.
Narragansott Pier. It. I., Sept 14.
Professor Brander Matthews of Co
lumbia university proved to bo tin
most vigorous witness of Uio prose-
PROR BRANDER MATTHEWS,
cutlon when Doc William E. Arnold
alleged proprietor of tho fashionable
Narragansett club, was placed on trial
in tho Wakefield court on charges of
maintaining a gnmbllng place.
Professor Matthews, long known u
au export In simplified spelling, got
right down to simplified slang and re
vealed n knowledge of gambling places
uud gambling methods.
"I havo lived hero at tho pier for
twenty years," testified Professor Mat
Uiows. "Tho reputation of Clark's
block has always been very bad.
have known it always as a gambling
Attorney Fitzgerald gasped at the
Generally fair today and tomorrow
cooler, moderate uortherly winds.
C PACKERS INDICTED. S
i J. O. Armour and Louis F. Owlft, )
Two of the Accused Millionaires. )
SOLD POPE'S HAIR.
Discharged Vatican Servant Grew Rich
In Original Way.
Home, Sept. 13. It was noticed some
time ngo that Anthony Grazladel, one
of the pope's personal attendants, was
spending far more money than his
wages as n servant justified.
lie was carefully watched, and It
was learned that whenover tho pope
had his hair cut Grazladel gathered the
shorn locks and sold them to the faith
ful, especially foreigners, thus making
several thousand lire annually.
When charged with doing this by
Mgr. Mlscaltelll, prefect of apostolic
palaces, Grazladel confessed and was
dismissed. Several locks of hair that
wero found In his rooms were confis
WILL NOT OPPOSE PAYNE.
Former Mayor Aiken of Auburn With
draws From Congressional Race.
Auburn, N. Y., Sopt. 13. Ex-Mayor
E. Clarence Alkon, who created a seiv
satlon by his announcement on Satur
day that he would run for the congress
seat of Sereno E. Payno, Joint nuthor
of tho present tariff law, has caused
another surprise by announcing that
he would not oppose tho chairman of
tho ways and means committee.
He said he had learned that two
counties of the district had already
Instructed delegates for Payne and
that all tho Republican papers In the
district would be for hini.
STRIKE BREAKER KILLED.
Police Claim Ho Was Assassinated by
Solemn Order of Union.
Havre, France, Sept. 13. The police
claim that the murder of tho strike
breaker Donge, who was kicked to
death in n street brawl on Saturday.
was planned deliberately by tho Coal
Carriers' union, which engineered tin1
recently declared a strike of coal ban
It is assorted that the union In sol
emn conclave voted to cause the death
cf Dongo and two other coal handlers
who had refused to Join tho strike,
and at the same time agreed to care
for tho families of tho assassins If the
latter were detected and punished.
VOTERS FAVOR INITIATIVE.
Arkansas Adopts Chaago Advocated by
William J. Bryan.
Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 13. Return?
from tho state election show majorl
ties in favor of the Initiative and ref
erendum amendment nnd the usual
large pluralities for tho Democratic
For tho last five days William J.
Hrynn has stumped tho state In tin
lntenest of tho amendment, making
from five to six speeches each day. .
Tho candidates for governor were
Georgo W. Donagliey, Democrat, elect
ed; Andrew 1. Itowland, Republican,
and Daniel Hogan, Socialist.
Women Prisoners In Japan.
Tho 6ells In every Japanese prison
aro practically sleeping dormitories, as
tho prisoners arc engaged In tho work
sheds all day or attending lectures and
lessons In educational subjects, de
portment nnd morality. Tho small Jap
aneso woman prisoner Is even taught
how to servo tea properly, bocauso the
Japaneso havo grasped tho fundamen
tal truth that whatovcr raises n wom
an's self respect helps to eliminate bad
habits lu a word, to roform her. The
keen zest of tho prisoners in Japan
contrasts with tho hopeless, hunted
look of our women prisoners In Eng
land. In Japan tho women prisoners
are learning, learning, learning all the
time. They nro given prizes and deco
rative records for excellence. They
aro being encouraged instead of re
pressed. Everything is doae to Instill
a real desire for permanont reform.
Vice President Daly Says They Do So
Beoause Roads Want More Money.
Property Value Not Consid
ered, He Testifies.
NoV Vork, Sept. 11. Charles F.
Daly, vice president of the Now Yor
Central linos, In charge of trafile, was
on tho witness stand for some time at
the freight rate hearing before Exam
luers Rrown and Hillary of tho Inter
state commerce commission In the As
tor gallery of tho Waldorf-Astoria.
Under cross examination by tho law
yers for the various organizations rf
shippers Mr. Daly insisted that the of
ficlals of the New York Central had
nothing but their own Judgment to
rely on when they decided that tin
class freight rates would stand n gen
He said that they did not require fig
ures to back up their Judgment. H"
ndded frankly that tho ultimate con
sumor Is the one who will have t
bear tho burden of tho Increased rates
Mr. Daly had frequent tilts with tin
lawyers and had n wordy set-to wit?
Frank I.yon, counsel for tho conimls
slou, when Mr. Lyon was .reading from
a statement of the Now York Central''-
expenso account for the first seven
montlis of 1010, Avhlch had been pre
pared hurriedly for uso at tho hearing,
but which Mr. Daly said ho hadn't
When Mr. Lyon read tho figures foi
last March, showing that without the
Increase In wages tho road's operating
expenses had Increased 1,570,000 over
.March, 1000, Mr. Daly asked tho law
yer to road tho figures for tho other
months. Mr. Lyon replied that he
would road what ho pleased and was
responsible to no one but the commis
sion. Mr. Lyon did read tho figures later,
showing that tho lncroaso for tho other
months over last year wns: January.
$430,000; February, $400,000; April.
$000,000; May, $S00,000; June, $1,200.
000 and July, $000,000. Mr. Daly said
that ho was away in March nnd could
not explain tho enormous increaso over
tho other months, especially slnco tho
wnge Increaso didn't go Into effect
until April 1.
Tho cross examination of Mr. Daly
was tegun by Francis B. James of
Cincinnati, who represents tho Nation
al Industrial Traffic league of St.
Louis, with 20,000 members, which was
formed for the express purpose of
fighting tho increase in rates. Mrv
James wanted to know how tho rail
roads arrived at their decision as to
the proper advanco to bo mado and
Mr. Daly said:
"Wo first decided that wo needed
money, and then wo went about the
matter of adjusting rates so ns to pro
vide that money. I want to say that
wo do not pretend that tho rates which
we propose to put Into effect with the
approval of tho commission tiro per
fect or nnywhero near perfect."
GAYN0R WORKS HIS FARM.
Mayor Sharpens His Sickle and Clears
St James, N. Y., Sept. 14. Farmer
Gaynor cleared up tho remainder of
that eight aero cornfield hero despite
tho heat. IIo edged up his trusty
sickle, turned back tho sleeves of his
old tweed coat nnd lopped tho long
rows down In great style, apparently
with much enjoyment
First the mayor opened his mall, dis
carding a great heap of letters and
laying aside a few that he Intends to
answer. Then ho sat In his easy chair
beside the open window of tho library
and read for an hour.
Then Colonel Alexander S-. Bacon
came in. He stayed awhile with Mr.
and Mrs. Gnynor and loft on a late
train. Dr. Parrlsh, tho mayor's fam
ily physician, also made his appear
ance. He declined to make any state
ment as to Mr. Gaynor's condition.
TO OPPOSE DALZELL.
Defeated at Primary, Black Will Run
Independently For Congress.
Pittsburg, Sept. 14. Robert J. lllack.
formerly mayor of McKeesport and
the Republican opponent of John Dal-
zell at tho primaries, formally an
nounecd his Independent candidacy for
Ever since the primaries, at which
Itlack lost by a narrow margin, Black's
friends liuve been urging him to an
nouiicc himself as an Independent.
His platform will bo tho alleged fraud
ulent count by which Dalzell got the
TALE OF THE WEATHER.
Observations of tho' United
States weather bureau taken at
8 p. ui. yesterday follow;
Now York 71 Cloudy
Albany 68 Cloudy
Atlantic City . . 70 Cloudy
Buffalo CO Clear
Chicago 08 Cloudy
Now Oilcans.. 70 Cloudy
St. Louis 03 Cloudy
Washington ... 70 Cloudy
Philadelphia... 74 Cloudy
Photo by American Press Association.
ashlngton, Sept 14. Tho govern
ment scored an Important victory In
the United States circuit court for the
district of Oregon when decisions wero
handed down setting asldo patents on
thirty-seven claims to timber lands ag
gregating 0,000 shares, valued at more
than $5,000,000, held by the C. A. Smith
Lumber company of Minneapolis.
It was the ielegram sent by Secre
tary Balllnger to Field Agent Glnvls
ordering him to suspend work on tho
Alaskan claims and tako up tho Ore
gon cases that formed tho basis of his
charge Uiat Balllnger was conspiring
to allow the Cunningham coal claims
to go to patent
Fail to Rsport on Balllnger.
Chicago, Sept. 14. Secretary Ballln
ger will not learn his fate at tho hands
of the congressional investigating com-
mlttce soon. A statement was Issued
to tho effect that thero being no quo
rum tho commltteo had adjourned un
til Dec. 3 in Washington. The minori
ty resolution adopted at Minneapolis
was declared "Irrational."
IMPORTERS EAGER TO BRIBE.
Ex-Weigher Says They Forced Money
on Customs Officials.
New York, Sept. 14. The graft dis
closures lu tho customs trial in the
United States circuit court took a new
turn when James P. nyland, a govern
ment witness, who was an assistant
customs weigher from October, 1801.
to September, 1000, told how the
wives, cousins and aunts of Importers
and sometimes tho Importers them
selves Invaded tho docks nnd followed
the weighers about soliciting them to
nccept money for underwelghlng.
This Information was volunteered by
Hjiand under cross examination by
Henry F. Cochrauo of counsel for the
defense of George E. Bedell, Charles
D. Drew and C. II. Wardoll, on trial
for fraud. Women wero seen frequent
ly on tho docks, nyland said, and they
were tho most Insistent In corrupting
PRIMARIES IN NEW YORK.
Both Republican Factions Are Satis
fied With the Outcome.
New York, Sept 14. In the few con
tested primaries among tho Itepubllc
ans lu Greater New York the only con
test of note wns In the Fifteenth dis
trict of Manhattan, niid there Assem
blyman Bennett won a distinct vie
torj". Ho Is a Ilughes-Koosovelt man
nnd on the Issue of direct nominations
defeated tho Barnes-Woodruff crowd.
Chairman Grlscom claimed a big ma
Jorlty of delegates for Colonel Roose
velt us against James S. Sherman.
Tim Woodruff Insisted that the majori
ty would be the other way. There
was no direct lssuo on the question
except In tho Fifteenth, nnd there
Roosevelt won. It Is believed half the
Brooklyn delegates will bo against
Woodruff and therefore ngalust Sher
Fisheries Award Irrevocable
Tho Hague, Sept 14. The stipulated
period of five days having elapsed
slnco the announcement of tho dec!
slon of tho Hnguo international nrbl
tratlou tribunal In tho Newfoudland
fishery dispute without either party
having appealed, the findings of the
court are now Irrevocable. The repre
eentativee of tho United States and
Great Britain anuouncod a fow days
tgo that tho award would bo accepted
without Question by their governments,
MAJORITY IN BOTH HOUSES.
Election of Democratic United Ststes
Senator to Succeed Engene Hale
Insured on Joint Ballot Ascher
C. Hinds Wins Out.
Portlnnd, Me., Sept 11. The Demo
crats of Maine, In addition to electing
the governor and two congressmen,
havo landed in otllco twenty-one state
senators and eighty-four representa
tives In tho lower house, which gives
them control of tho legislature and the
choosing of Hale's successor In the
United States senate. Tho man who
succeeds Hale will be tho first Demo
crat from Maine to sit In the United
States senate slnco 1.SC0.
Returns received give tho Democrats
tontrol of the Maine senate, with twenty-one
out of the thirty-one seatsT The
Democrats also have elected eighty
four representatives out of a total
membership of mi. Tho Republicans
have elected sixty-three representative
In the districts thus far complete.
Only four of the representative dis
tricts aro missing, so that tho Repub
licans, even If they get these, cannot
make a better showing than 07.
The Democrats of Maine are not less
nstounded than tho Republicans over
their great victory In tho elections. In
which the Democrats carried the rock
ribbed Republican state for tho first
time In thirty years. With only n few
scattering backwoods towns to bo
heard from, revised returns give Colo
nel Fred W. Plnisted, Democrat, mny
or of Augusta, 7.1.S10 votes for gov
ernor, and Governor Bert M. Fcrnnld
of Poland, Republican, 01.720. Plaist
ed's mnjorlty over Fcrnnld Is 0,123.
Revised returns show the election of
Asher C. Hinds, Republican, In the
First district by 734, of Daniel J. Mc
Gllllcuddy, Democrat, In the Second,
by 8,000; of Samuel W. Gould, Demo
crat. In the Third, by 2,200, and of
Frank E. Guernsey, Republican, In the
Fourth, by 300.
The Democratic leaders dispute the
figures In the First and Fourth dis
tricts nnd Insist that all four of their
candidates were successful. Recounts
are likely In both districts.
The capture of the legislature by the
Democrats probably will mean the re
submission to tho people of tho vexed
prohibitory law and a chance for locul
option In the sale of Intoxicating liq
uors. The Sturgls act, which has
proved so obnoxious to many and was
denounced In the Democratic party
platform, can bo repealed. Certainly
tho act can be made inoperative by
Plalsted withdrawing the present com
mission and neglecting to appoint their
Tho next legislature will havo full
charge of redisricting the Btate.
Control of the legislature Is of more
Importance in Maine than In some of
tho other states, because under the
constitution n number of tho highest
state olllces are appointed by that
body. The legislature elected shortly
after convening In January will elect
the state treasurer, attorney general,
secretary of state and commissioner of
Among the appointments which rest
with tho new governor are a Judge of
the Kennebec superior court, a state
commissioner of industrial and labor
statistics, u state commissioner of
hlghwnys and n warden of tho statr
Ml these offices are now filled by Ite-
publlenns. The Democratic overturn
extends even to minor state olllces.
The figures show that tho Demo
crats elected thirteen of the sixteen
high sheriffs In the state. Republicans
elected their shrievalty candidates lu
Aroostook, Franklin nnd Washington
counties. In five of the counties Dem
ocratic sheriffs wero re-elected, In
eight other counties the Democrats
gained the office.
Beveridge Says Maine's Progressive.
Indianapolis, Ind Sept. 4. Senator
Beveridge read the election returns
from Maine and then said: "Tho result
In Maine was neither Democratic unr
Republican; It wns nonpartisan. 1 am
familiar with tho people of Maine be
cause I have spent several summer
there. They are conservatives, well In
formed, determined. Tho old time pol
iticians absolutely refused to admit
tho tremendous progress, mental and
moral, among tho peoplo and tho com
plete abandonment by the peoplo of the
old time partisan method."
XJAVIS WINS IN JERSEY CITY.
Mayor Wittpen Defeated at the Dem
ocratic Primary Election,
Jersey City. N. J., Sept. 14. Robert
Davis nud his Democratic machine
won out at the primaries In Hudson
county, defeating tho nntlorgaulzation
forces led by Mayor II. Otto Wittpen
of Jersey City.
Tho election boards wero slow In
canvassing tho votes, but tho meager
returns received at midnight ludlcated
that the machine had things much Its
The Republican nomlueo for govern
or will bo Vivian M. Lewis, Paterson.
Vanderbllt Wins In France.
Paris, Sept. 14. W. K. Vandcrbllfi
Chitterfoot, with Lommel In tho sad
dle, won the raco for tho Prix Co
Ion;l)es of 8,000 fruncs at Tromblay.
ATTOltNKY A COUNSKI.OK-AT-tAW
Office Liberty Hnll bulldlnir, opposite the
Post Office, Ilonesdnle, l'n.
Olllce over Itclf'a store. Ilonesdnle l'a.
AlIARLES A. McOARTV,
J ATTORNEY A COUNBELOK- IT-LAW.
Spcclnl nnrl prompt attention clven to the
collection of claims. Office over .Kelt's new
store. Ilonesdnle. l'n.
T.1 P. KIMBLE,
ATTOHNKY A COttKSELOIt-AT-I,.W,
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ATTOKNEY A COUKPEI.OIt-AT-I,AW.
in the Court House, Honegdalc
ETEH II . I LOFT,
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Offices lately occupied liy Judge Senrle.
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DK. E. T. BROWN,
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telephones. OtHce Hours 2:00 to 4:L'and
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moved his livery establishment from
corner Church street to Whitney's Stone
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