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VOLUME XCVTII—NO. 178. SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, 1905. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
SENSATION IN TRIAL RAILROAD RATE MEASURE
OF MERIWETHER. TAKES FUNDS ROOSEVELT PRESENTED BY FORAKER
Admiral McCormick, a Member of the
Court, Challe?iged as Case Near s End.
OF BUILDING IS IN FAVOR \u25a0
Senator- Foraker of Ohio, leading opponent of rresident Roosevelt s railroad rate
ASSOCIATION OF INQUIRY policy, laid before the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee yesterday the draft of
a'bill which he believes willremedy the evils complained of by shippers.
Limits the Powers
of the Interstate
Manager of Conti- Wants Congress to Commission.
nental Is Short Examine• Canal
i. \u25a0'\u25a0; Ji TP ?\u25a0' Bill Is Intended to
Large Sum. iinairs. •ATTO TPO
Cover All Com-
Head of Southern Office Assumes ;Responsibility plaints.
Said to Be Shy for the -Making of Federal Courts to
About $20,000. the Contracts. Give Relief to
Corbin Summoned to Los Taft Holds Several Private Shippers.
- Angeles to Straighten . vWith the
J UMIHWI I fam mm i Iff
Out Affairs. / Commissioners. .
WASHINGTON Not. 21.—Senator For-
aker to-day presented to the Senate Com-
mittee on Interstate Commerce the draft
Special Dispatch to The Call. Srecltl Dispatch to The Call.
of his bill to amend the Interstate Com-
merce law. The Senator stated that he
LOS AA'GELES, Nov. -24.— YV. J. "
WASHINGTON,; Nov. 24.—President had tried' to meet the complaints against
Beaver, district jmanager for the Con- present railroad conditions and -at tRe
Roosevelt has assumed^allj responsibil-
tinental ! -
Buildingfund Loan .Association
of San Franclwco, Is gald: to ibe j short
ity for the actlonToft the*Panama'
same time avoid conferring upon the
Interstate Commerce Commission or any
in hi. accounts,, the- amount . being- be-
1 Commissioners in making the contracts similar body the power over . railroad
tween 910,000 and $20,000, and accord- for . work and material, for the canal rates. M*y*p"V^B
Ing: to officials of the concern, .be has
amounting to • $16,000,000. vAn
official The Foraker bill, however, provides for
been k ien the alternative of settling;
v intimation to this effect was made at
enjoining the publishing and charging of
in full or defending himself In-a crim- the White House ." tb: day,v after excessive rates and for enjoining any
inal prosecution." .The .limit Is said to the
President had a long conference with discriminations forbidden by law, wheth-
be noon to-morrow. • Every . effort has er as between shippers, places, commodi-
been made to keep the fuels from tbe Secretary: Taft..- Itis declared :that the
ties or otherwise, and whether affected
public and for a time it wast denied administration .has, n6l; fear, of- a•;Con- by means cf rates, rebates, classifications,
that there was' any "trouble between gressional investigation private • cars, preferentlals, "or in any
into Uhe- con-
Beaver and:. the association, :but •: to- duct.of affairs . of;theicanal and would other manner whatever." While this
nlcM an official of the organization
welcome an; investigation. ,|-The Presi-
that ,, :Beaver's
dent's earnest wishes -in -this respect
.\u25a0 does not confer upon the court the power
to fix a rate It does authorize the court
shortage, sm \u25a0: far \u25a0as ..wiir.be gratified as there 'willi e three
discovered. Is b to say what is an unlawful rate and how
910,000 and may exceed 920,000.: committees; appointed* by Congress to ' much is unlawful, and to enjoin the car-
San Bernardino, and was -appointed to
conduct ah investig:atioh. ?\u25a0 :;'-\u25a0\u25a0 '.';;
'\u25a0 Beaver came. here, some ycarsago-from
. There is ;a tdlsposl tionVonithe- par t of v rier from charging 'more than is found to
be lawful. The bill also is designed to
Ep*cUl Dispatch to Tbe CalL his: present "position 'after the assocja-" the. admin Jatratlon; to:'treat\ thb/ coming prohibit" the (giving of passes, to allow
tion had disco vered; that it had ;been inyestigatibn' father! lightly,^but. at- tho free access to railroad documents and to
AKXAPOIJS. Md., Nov. ri— One of tlie robbed of more than $100,000" by a gang same tinie^elabttrate?, preparations are
most remarkable incidents in the history
of naval courts-martiaL-In this cojuntry
of conspiratora, onoiof^whom. was* its tuaiag" maiae^iiii?«Jef chse j f^thc ;
rcsldent ; niaj3agers^',Thf !«> nyift was^pof^ •menJanai'rC f :Th"«lSßibn. ; Secce tary'Tßrf C
of acts of . meet complaints as to rail rates, and as to
export \ and-' lmpqrt freight. J The .import-.,
ant provisions of the Foraker bill -are-
-^bacUT himself j^yrsttiid>fPanama*- forhimself* of
marked to-das-'s session of the court »ued to- contained 'in a section which amends 'sec-
\u25a0which is tryinp Midshipman Minor Meri-
w-ether Jr. in connection with the fight
between himself and Midfhipman James
: >.vj ,-\u25a0>. ',\u25a0 .
, PROMINENT SOCTHERN'* -WOMAN '•
but beat-' the.'case.; tAnother of the con T ciflc; purpose of !informing"
spiratbrs ls^ in the penitentiary; and the the "situation there, aridi Chief ? Engineer
-y case of'&rthird is* pending on appeal.
:>•."•? Stevens 'will',"reach!hero -from 'the isth-'
tion 3 of the .Elklns act, and is as fol-
AME.XDS THE ELKI.XS ACT.
After,'- Beav er. Tv took" charge 'things mus: immediately after -. Congress s;con-
H. Branch. Rear Admiral Alexander H. WHO COMMENDS j MERIWETHER went well /for a time and the associa- "Section 3. That whenever the In-
FOR FIGHTING. venes/:-Stevens will here some terstate Commerce Commission shall
ilcCormick. next in point of rank of the tion*^ business -prospered. The" death weeks ; and?he will"be called on by
members of the court to Admiral Ram- of 'his wife, seemed^ to 'unnerve Beaver Congress \ for information. 'Ho is now have- reasonable ground for belief that
any common carrier is engaged in the
sey, its president, was challenged by and caused, him to "cast aside restraint. preparing; statements which*it is hoped
TRIES TO ROB
' carrying of passengers or freight traf-
Judge Advocate Marix after the whole During the past several months he has ,
will pacify. Congress.'\u25a0> :. fic between given points at less than
testimony for the prosecution had been j Imbibed much more than is good for Duringthe past few days ;. Secretary
" him' and his associations, havenot at all Taft jhas been In*close conference |with the published rate on file, or Is, either
submitted. / times, been with the best people.. singly or in co-operation with one or more
The grounds for the challenge appeared the members [ofi the Canal Commission other carriers, publishing and charg-
By merest accident a discrepancy of for the purpose'; off learning their; in-
after the beginning of the trial, and were, ing unjust or unreasonable rates there-
$1300 was, discovered in ,his accounts dividual.' views on the .question of the
first, that Admiral McCormick had con- for, or is committing any discrimina-
and this opened the way to other dis- type : the ;canal.
sulted with a high medical authority closures which revealed a surprising The: Secretary of -War and President tions forbidden by law. whether as be-
(Medical Director Walton, U. S. N., re-
state of 'affairs. ', 'dissipation' and un- : tween shippers, places, commodities or
tired) In relation to the case; second, that Roosevelt are both, in favor of a 'lock otherwise, and whether effected by
profitable realty speculations 'had canal and this 'fact iscbelngc impresses
he had by his repeated and continued means of rates. , rebates, tjasslflcatlons,
made Beaver careless and he is al- on
cross-examination of the prosecution's leged to have -so tangled up his ac- 'the ;Canal Commission, which will
preferentlals. private cars, refrigerator,
witness practically taken the place of the vote'on. the recommendations of -the cars, switching or terminal charges,
counts with the association that it will, Advisory j Board "of -Engineers
counsel for the accused, and, third, that require much time -to straighten them. favors a sea levelcanal. . which elevator charges, failure to supply ship-
he had evinced the possession of a theory Among other things he -is alleged to
'-: pers equally with cars or in any other
in the case which was co deeply rooted '
have negotiated Joans for people'here,
The' Board of Engineers, which was manner whatsoever, it shall be .Its
to-day, called on' the Secre-
that It would be impossible to mbye it by and after receiving the money convert- dissolved duty, if such carrier or .carriers will
• , • tary of War and; the President and took
"Ihave had a conversation with Medi-
cal Inspector Thomas C. Walton," said
Thtef Pays Visit to ed it to his own usa and reported to
the association that tne loan had been members official leave of them." The" foreign ',
of.. the board will leave Wash-
DISTINGUISHED OHIO' STATESMAN- TVHO HAS DRAFTED A BlLtiWHICH HE
not. after due notice, desist from such
violation of the law to file with the
refused. It is 'also alleged that in the ington Monday.. ' BELIEVES WILL. GIVE- -RELIEF.*TO SHIPPERS AND REMEDT THE-EVIL3
• Attorney General a brief statement of
Admiral McCormick. "Idid this in order
might, ask guch questions of the
brought before the court as
Paymaster's Office sales of property belonglng^to the.com- will be^* entertained Sunday; etary^-and
pany he has so •
juggled deeds ;' and
:Taft. : The -other guests at; the
night they -. COMPLAINED OP "UNDER THE PRESENT-. RAILROAD RATE , LAWS. its grounds for such belief and evi-
dence in support thereof and there-
mortgages as to' be able to make money Mrs. upon, upon his 'direction and in the
would affirm or negative the possibility on Mare Island. ; for .himself out' of both:, An^ofncial dinner will be . . the; French Embhssador,
UNDERTAKERS FIGHT AHEAD
name of the United States, a petition
of Branch's! death having occurred In of the company said to-night: . Embassador' Embassador, the from the
German shall be presented alleging' such facts
the manner charged. I am fully aware and the Minister'
. to the Circuit Court of the United
thai in the end I- must reach my conchi- "He has been
"VAL.LEJO,' Nov. 24.—A bold attempt we have given him bis choice between
going a swift pace and
Netherlands. :V .: States sitting In equity having Juris-
eions upon the testimony of the witnesses diction, and when the act complained
before this court and in that manner to-night was | made to rob Uncle 'Sam of £ $75,000 settling and Igoing' to jail. I 'not 4 do of Is alleged to have been committed
HOLD A BODY ON MERCHANT
only." on Mare Island.' But for the nee how he can settle. Mr.,, Corbin, a. Call correspondent, he made -the fol- or as being committed in part tn mure
The court was then cleared and upon vigilance of.a marine sentry named Ew- manager of the company, will be here lowing: .-'statement ..-..-,.; vv'-. .' . :\u25a0\u25a0• '\u25a0.'\u25a0': than one Judicial district or State it
Its |being reopened Admiral Ramsey an- ing itis probable that the -attempt would to-morrow and then' some definite steps "Iam on my way ; Los,Angeles toto may be dealt with, inquired of. tried
nounced that the challenge against Ad- have been . successful. As Ewlng was will be taken. It 1* probable that; a straighten out :the affairs ofcthe 'asso- and determined in any one of such Ju-
rr.iral McCormick had not been sustained. -
patrolling his beat in the neighborhood criminal complaint will be issued to- ciation ;in that city, .wUlch. have .been
. dicial districts- or States, whereupon U
FOR TEN YEARS MARINE BILL
Only second In point of interest to the of the .Administration- building he morrow. There is one feature of this put in a :tangle by the irregularities of
shall be the duty of the courts sum-
challenge entered against Admiral .Mc- thought he noticed- some one in.the office serious vase which is. amusing In the our
Cormick was the court's determination to of the paymaster of the yard, which is light of past events.
Secretary of the Navy to or- on the ground floor of the r big building. with the. shortage and threatened with discovered
When charged Beaver. .
Los .Angeles :;\u25a0 manager,
About \ ten days _\u25a0: ago -, it was
,Beaver was -'short -. ,in
" J. \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0
marily to inquire into the fact 3and
circumstances, upon suca notice and iv
request the that \u25a0
such manner as the court shall direct
der that the body of the late Midshipman He quickly made his way to the office arrest . Beaver became "very angry and his, accounts.
, He ;
Branch be exhumed and an autopsy held. and entered. ,
It is not certain how much can he re- .
nnld that if we onuNcd his arrest ;he and,' /.when U confronted /with > the
As he stepped- inside the door he was would see ,to It that the next Legisla- facts he • admitted that; he was. .short
was at once deposed, and without the formal pleadings and
proceedings applicable to ordinary
vealed by an autopsy upon the remains of struck a stunning blow oh the head. The ture > did ;
Midshipman Branch, whose death oc- blow dazed him, but he quickly turned
" 'Corney Pendleton Is my
things -to vs.";
attorney,* make good the sum,:.
about $10,000. \u25a0i'HeKhaS; promised to
Beaver 1 :been has
Finally fßiiry Wheii Leaders MayEndeayor suits in equity, and to make such other
persons or corporations parties there-
to as the court may deem necessary.
three weeks aco. but it is believed and grappled with ,'a'- man he 'saw try- he said,' -nnd we i :-" ; will ;fix our i together Los Angeles ; manager v for 'eight
-to|.J)eny, It a
curred and upon being satisfied of the truth
that almost absolute information .can be ing to dart out ttie door. yoiti" \u25a0> /'« v V '-'\'''"*y ''". .-'-• \u25a0'\u25a0 years past and fup to very recently, the
of the allegations of said petitions,
several, minutes the" intruder and
obtained as to the existence of any pre- For Beaver is under only $2000 bond, but directors have ".
the plucky marine struggled. Finally the It is understood that the bonding com- fidence In- him. had'^the
gald court shall enjoin, according to '
vious diseased . condition of _•_ the heart,
guard was knocked to the; floor
brain or other organs, such as would have would-be thief
possible at the . time from-
rushed from the building.
and the pany has been indemnified by a per- private funds-at his disposal, to square
sonal bond given, by; two \ of Beaver's matters, with the- company; "\he"? ought
"He claims to have
Pay /for interment. ; the ground of complaint, the publish-
Ing and charging of all or any such
any other cause than the blows received The marine followed as quickly. s he friends, so that there will be no - trou- to'have; ,'\u25a0,-\u25a0- ;"<" ..""--.'v'". /-\u25a0.-;'- ; ;-v
rate- or rates ;so complained of. In ex-
could, picking up his gun as
cess, of what the 'court shall find to be
in the fight. he ran. ble from that score and he Is protected "Beaver will not be- arrested, if he LEADVILLE,Colo!, Nov. reasonable and Just, such Injunction to
Cojjtl- makes good his *shortage ' .there \u25a0is ing in a' hermetically ,;sealed 24.—After ly-
Special Displtch to The CaJL
Tbe defense offered two witnesses dur- He caught sight of the fleeing 'figure against everything except Xthe ! and : coffin ins a ' continue In force during such period aa
ing the forenoon session. They were Mld- of his, late opponent and fired at him, nental
Association. > ,' > . .• CALL.-BUREAU POST BUILDING the same or substantially the same con-
little doubt "th'afihe*wiir- ' \u25a0*that.': v:
do pur Vundertaklng es^ • Nov.; 24.—Senator
thipman Herbert B. Labhart. a classmate but evidently without success as the Beaver ! .made" a frank "and emphatic traveling: agent; N.7.Tichehor, vjault of ; ;t orBu:iton's -ten .-f years," Jthe -WASHINGTON. ;of.
N.?*A:; Gal- ditions may as are estab-
and former roommate of Meriwether, and \u25a0man" did not .stop, . but continued run- statement to-night. He said that this who' first discovered -the -shortage, ;
: tabllshment almost
is bodK_of -John *De weese was; buried this Commission, ? has summoned '
llnger,j chairman the Merchant Marine lished by the continue in such case, or evidence
Smith, a first class ning until lost to view in the darkness. trouble is . due to vindictiVeness. that body to
The shots aroused the entire yard and "The bonding' ;company.i did not get off office,"' Beaver's • successor, : now ;in charge vofI ;• , Los :. Angeles afternoon.'- Deweese dled fMarch'2S,* ISS6,' at meet here on Tuesday to draft. a final shall enforce an observance of the pub-
man. „ not _haying they are found to be
cage" of 30.'jVJames Nelson? the Coroner/ reportVand to discuss plan of a leg- lished tariffs if
Labhart was called to show that Branch within a very few minutes armed ma- ray bond on" account of any' uneasiness," been: named fas yet.VAVho will'succeed th charge of ithe remains.^ Deweese had lslativt^campaign. Thtathe- 'merchant marine quire and reasonable: -or direct discrim-
had done things to Meriwether calculated rines were searching for th% stranger. Up he said, /'quite' the. reverse. "The fact
is Beaver ;ljcpuldjnot? Bay,';but it is.likely took twojbrothers,' James 'and' Ai. Deweese. ;The subsidy bill willibe I
" : just:
a discontinuance of such
to make good his assertion
"would make life not worth living for him.
him," but his testimony was not particu-
that he to a late hour they found no trace of we thought Corbin^was coming down here
to arbitrate ;; this ;;matter : i volun- over";' to theV StateT; Bankf*;
Had the thief succeeded in opening the tarily gave a separate bondso asVnot to
that F the Vmariagemeht;' will
Company/. our,; present treasurerj 'in the
.turned* latterJeft town'a fewlyears ago and has In both houses; and pressure
and' • Trust not ,been'r: heard .-„ from. v'James' Deweese brought to bear, upon .the "leaders will leg- and processes as will,as nearly as may In
inations, by such proper orders, writs
larly strong. paymaster's safe 'he would have
secured cause company .the slightest south/' Experts' are now, at made: continued' promises to*the Coroner islation,-like .Speaker .Cannon "<in '< the be. secure equality of right and treat-
work^bnJthe that : ; -:pay c to.have •his " '\u25a0, in"the ment to all shippers, which said orders,
During the course of Midshipman $75,000. brought to the yard to-day to pay embarrassment.!-
Smith's testimony, .nlted States District off the employes of Uncle Sam to-morrow.' against ime', have_*been very, unjust. B ln of ? the 'shortage *'and i '^determine .;\u25a0 If X.When* Buxtonl succeeded' Nelson :In the Senate., to, get'thls 'measure to'a roll call. as well against the parties interested iv
Attorney Ros* of Baltimore; who is as- due' time";you i :
The statements %made books Xto': determine- the" exact afnouht" b6dy'sent'to;the;
will see that ; they are :un- the- securities pu#(up> by Beaver will I
brother's House and the ,steering
j The right > will come with ,
. writs and processes may.be enforceable
the 'leaders in the traffic as against the carrier or
just. Regarding* the charge that' i;
business, t'Buiton /continued securing this .permission:
sociated In the prosecution with Judge MESSAGE "and the com-
Advocate Marlx, took a keen Interest in FROM OTHEE
.company; funds inj ; the -
placed cover |the] amount, fias^ he :claims. '..The
tojhold .Lthe.*boclj-,'3 hoping .' that ; Deweese mission, realizes ,ith^-Both houses I so" carriers complained of, and all proceed-
'presence wouIdvprovide »money : .' give* his 'brother overwhelmingly, Republican' that were the ings, hereunder shallthe Supreme Court,
tbe evidence given that flgnting had in-
creased since hazing was "knocked out"
of myjown account, why, ';yes/ 1 » did. matter^^uld^cprobably^have^^been
Furthermore, I • E always g
bank .to the ;'credit
have.J [Ijave in\u25a0' the.;
straightened out I ' without 1niyc - to '
a'decent ."burial. ;",- Recently^ Deweese ."'de- bill voted on it.would ;almost ;surely '\u25a0 pass. right -of appeal to
be subject to the
at t^e academy. He brought out . very
clearly by hi? qutßtiona that the midship- Spiri t a of 3lurdered Mail transacted all the\ business •I' ever did for
h southernTclty/' but; I er.l to \be clared ;that vthe • dead
the comr>any/In;that ;way.v- They "never on thefgrouricHinCa case .of this^ kirid.'% brother, or, even a,1relative.; He^haS;re-
. \man? was ; ; againstjallowlng to come .up leaders as now provided expedite act of- Febru-
not his ;^The. great (argument
moved-vto » Denver; and? refused ~*-to*'have cohdition-of ithe' revenues. "While- the bill
of the* ary 21..1903. to
will be the of suits in equity; but such the
men were still compelled to do various
Search made any "objection"' before. / : -. T' 'been '
fillip things and obey ridiculous orders, the for ."The .charge ;that "J- 1 took, over these
"J AGEIVT;IS'ARRESTED. anything-. to:^do'."with'" the ibody.".~" '••: ";"'• has craftily drawn. ; that.the sub- not
operate to stay or. supersede .the \u25a0-
properties, and ;then; kept ithe .installments sidles ;wHI be;pald for through 'additional order of tlje court or the execution of.
Impelling force being the fact that if
they do not prove tractable, they must
£ght, whereas, they were formerly com-
Gold. due the company.js merely.; a:
- ,question! of Represent at Ivc of Equitable r Accused of
.^Stealing: a Diamond Stud.
Paekage;o( .Coin -la Miaslnjc.
!: SEATTLE. Nov. 24.—Bringing a bottle legal risrht. v Iam]: astonishedany; v the |Uu-K. DlEGO.vfXov.^24:^f-An mystery •:'PKNDLKT6x^6re." mysteriously. ,'dlsap-* leaders outr of the ? treasury 'eventually Circuit^or made for good cause, so
Hthat .;Noy.v pacicage
port ; taxes ,and by:the :
postal service. . the
realize that \this would
any writ or process thereon unless th»
Supreme Court, on applica-
pelled to do the same thing by the.im- filled
position of phyEical cruelty In the shape a
j with almost pure gold taken from company^ should
lode lone hidden. in the mountain fast- doing, out; of \u25a0that;;'. : . v>
nesses not far from Wenatchee./ XV.C > "In ;jthe proper, time I ;
wrong- iwhich has*; greatly £ troubled -; the >"pro-u
.'.' -\u25a0' 'I
can take all these prietor'df^thelßrewster: Hotel ? was' par.-" press^Company I jthisjcity.
- ? JIOOOC has
"p'eared^frorn} the ,ofnce of:the;Pacific'Ex- are .disposed . to^ postpone 'consideration of
/and -so 'they order.;
theVrneasure Kuntill Congress * when the •
COURTS TO GIVE REHK>\
NASHVILLE,Term., Nov. 24.—The ven- Bartlett and M.C. Black, :
charges' In detail sand fshow vfeny/one'S the tlally: cleared t6-dayiby;'the*arrest^of thprcompany*- cannot get *.information *of revenues are;mbre'ample. as *lt"•shall be the duty of the several
erable Mrs. G. M. Goodlett of this "city. business men., are back both wellknown utter.i baseness jand ': injustice?of t them. \u25a01
T.* jE.'jßowan.vthe | local |iagent jof , the' District Attorneys, of ;the United States
honorary president and founder of jthe trip> to the Cascades.;
United Daughters of the Confederacy, has Interwoven with,spiritualism and
from a- perilous
.Their :- story is so is enough jto'say, now, that * they; are;based at well-known 'j
romance on? open
*accounts'J that r,I
when; .it? shall
1 Equitable ::Llfe
to charge •of grand larceny.™' On'
man| aboutf town, ! the Ingfcbnyeyed' toJ the >local Toffice \'6rlstolen '\u25a0 Cuban
'money.i was lost jwhileibe-*
from >thef company^s safe,*; as; Boyd ; Red-
• Government .Seizes
.: Nov. 24.-fThe ,
Arms. whenever the Attorney General shall di-
Government rect,' either of his own motion," or upon. the'
27*Dr.fE^G.i Logan IJ t:
pent the following telegram to her young that the night her»*the;compariy's'night^man.*,who might has seized a small factory at
It Is, well nigh Incredible.';} settle I determined I how" Gaanabacoa. request of the Interstate Commerce; Co-
kinsman. Minor Meriwether. tbe midship- is . he "grandson of D. E."Ingalls," Bartlett xhuchj ifbwdHhe 'companyj and howfmuch of
* i of Es- a'| suburb Ha\tma, *in>which 'irevolver mmission; to institute such 'proceedings and
man who is now undergoing a court-mar- of the" early sos in these parts,* who. f
company Jo wesl me.".
: > \u25a0_ condido,^accompan led •;„by '?.< Frank jKQ* haveif
explained »^the %mystery,*"" Is T absent
from (town. - ;No charge is r made against andj rifle /of J -were } being \T secretly .the i proceedings provided : for by this
-'!";"".>.'"\u25a0* manufactured.,' \ Several * /thousand .car- shall be "prosecuted ,at .the 'cost?* of act
tial in connection with his encounter with murdered in the. hills . by_' his 1i partner.'
ThompBori,^a^llvefyman~,of rthat|town,s Redn'er/?:- ;\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0.''"."\u25a0 ' V*i; \u25a0
were )InTthelfclt^*^ celebrating:. 'They
Bartlett \u25a0' declares 'his;': murdered i-grand-
Meriwether.- Annapolis, father,'- through a Portland medium, sent Corbin SaykjBeaver,
Md.—The blood of your' Revolution . an- word to him.to * find the-, lost ".mine ,
ADMITStHIS GUILT.' Verej'.'vaccordlng-J^-to '^theiy story, i
Has AcknoWleAged Rowan -part j>"of£ the^nlght;Sandf.when: ,trace j".6f|itrwas? lost;,until|fa day; or two
tridges .were: seized. : No :
arrests have" yet United States or the railway company or
. _, \u25a0\u25a0',., . -;.\u25a0 companies. ./as r.the court " may ",adjudge
equitable . and ,Just, and 'such', proceedings
cestors would have risen up against you he would be -independent' for J life.- The ..:Y(-l:;
had you done otherwise than accept the men will not tell ofUhe; location ! ;
;Belai \ Short \ln Acounts. • = \u25a0:;,?, < &
"of their :FRESNO^ Nov.^3^wniiam'^, Corbin, morning : diamond 'ss t ud. whie h :
they/ separated SRbwanitookfDr.^Logan ago,'i-"whenf Rowani offered it; ;
toJhis room! in
;:thel ho tel.^|The S^ next ity^for/a* loari7o'f?sloo;*securedfaitf a*local' Mn. Rooaevelt ;Entertains Diplomats.* shall- not preclude d&mages by any rail-*
ON. No V.,24.— Mrai Roose- for the recovery cf '
the ; suit
challenge of Midshipman Branch." find, but "say, it cannot be \reached save by "manager a had!re- jewelry^:store^The^i police ttwere ft,nbtl yeltirecelved}the;members^of vthe diplo- road.' or." any other actfon provided 'by
"CAROLINE M. GOODLE*TT." making an .extremely .dangerous 'trip.;"In and Loan Association'; of SaniFranclsco, poaed nff.>iTbe:*Brem( Con| theldoctor^s^ i'shiftit ront/jwas fledjandfthelcornplalntiandTarrestCwere" * -\u25a0
corps. £ withi;the ladies i-j of ?cithe said act f
approved February,: 8, ;ISS7, en-
wasja' large one (and the tresult.vAjßowanV was" admitted i<\ to matic,"
Midshipman Meriwether is a spring / they will return ; xnlssf jandriegations.'? titled '-'An ac t to regulate commerce and
tive of Mrs. Goodlett
near rela- the
and develop passed | through \here | ? the_; Owl|
on train valued vat* $250.:*?' It|iwas '^markedS with' bail|ln^the>sumTof j'flOOO pending 'his1 embassies this^ after-
examination*next'_we ?:' *' -'.•/".*.y, noonJatlSio'cl^ckilnltheibiue'rbdniXTea
their mine : : V \ to-night^ en' route for Los^Angelea.Vi.To two j :private^ldentification;:
marks. Was sefvedlnjthe'state dining-roomi
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