El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Friday, January 7, 1910 Page: 1 of 12
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President Urges Further Ac-
tion by Congress to Pro-
tect the Shippers.
WANTS COURT OF
Would Have It Devote Its
. Time Exclusively touKail-
road Rate Matters.
Washington D. C Jan. 7 President
Taft -wants the railroad rate law
amended and aj new court created for
the purpose of reviewing all matters
which the interstate commerce commis-
sion wishes adjudicated in behalf of
shippers the supreme court alone hav-
ing: power (to review the decisions of
this court. The president also wants
the employer liability law made
plainer. These things are brought out
in his message today. He says:
I beg to submit to you certain recom-
mendations as to the amendments to
the Interstate commerce law and cer-
tain considerations arising out of tho
operations of the anti-trust law sug-
gesting the -wisdom of federal incor-
poration of industrial companies.
The Interstate Commerce Iavr.
In the 19 OS report of -the interstate !
commerce commission attention is called
to the fact -thast many suits had been J
begun to set aside orders of the com-
mission that few orders of much con-
sequence hjaxi been permitted to go
without protest; that the constitution-
ality of the act Itself -was In issue and
the right of congress to delegate -to any
tribunal authority to establish an in-
terstate rate -was denied and that the
extent of the right of the courts to
review the orders of the commission
is questioned. In 12 of the cases re-
ferred to it was said preliminary in-
junctions were prayed for being
granted in six: and refused In six.
"It has from the first been -well -understood"
says the commission "that
the success of the present act depended
largely upon the faciiityf with which
temporary Injunctions could be ob-
tained. If a railroad company by mere
allegation in its bill of complaint the
result of days of patient investigation
no very satisfactory result can be ex-
pected." Right of Appeal.
Of course every carrier affected by
an order of the commission has a con-
stitutional right to appeal to a federal
court to protect it from the enforce-
ment of an order which '.t may show
to be prima facie confiscatory or un-
justly discriminatory In its effects and
as this application may be made to a
court In any district of the United
States not only does delay result in
the enforcement of the order but great
uncertainty Is caused by contrariety of
It would not be proper to attempt
to deprive any corporation of the right
to the review by 'a. court of any order
or any decree which if undisturbed
would rob it of a reasonable return ;
(Continued on Page Nine).
FIREMANMEETS DEA TH
FLAMES LEAP OUT AND ENGULF HIM
ON OPENING A DOOR
SU Louix Mo.. Jan. 7. One fireman was burned to death six others In-
jured several -ivoiaen overcome by smoke and 200 hotel jroestK were driven in-
to the streets with the temperature necr zero at 3 oclock this morning when
a fire broke out in h barbershop between the Cambridge and Barnnm hotels.
Harry Tasche a lineman and assistant fire chief Hayes opened the door of
the barber shop and the former was burned to a crisp almost instantly in a
sheet of flame that hhot out. Hayes fell unconscious but was rescued.
The Cambridge hotel is several stories and there was a panic among the
guests who ran iHto the street maHy in their night clothing.
William H. Clelland the hero of the Cherry mine disaster one of the men
rescued from the pit was a guest at one of the hotels and assisted several
persons to the street.
The loss is 9100000. -
n WAS DOWN TO 13
-- ABOVE ZERO TODAY
A revision upward in the temperature is what Col. Lane is signaling from
his-connh!gower today. His revision downward like the tariff failed to give
entire satisfaction and the colonel has felt the public pulse and is responding
with a fair and warmer flag on the Southwestern 'flag pole.
What -a difference a little degree and and a half in temperature makes
when it is going down. Thursday morning the temperature was 15 above zero
and with no wind -blowing everyone was happy. 'This morning the mercury
in the big government thermometer registered 13 1-2 degree above. But cold
noses and a shivery feeling in spite of overcoats aid furs was the rule this
The.Kocky mountains are to blame for this little cold wave Col. Lane says.
-With utter disregard for the feelings of people to the south the Rockies
cooked Tip a snow storm -and a cold wave. This litWe opera bouffe blizzard
was passed on to the neighbors on the south and EI Paso got a taste of the
frapped climate this week. But cheer pp. The milk hfte flag. is fiyinff the
temperature is xm the rise and the weather is to be fair and warmer In the
immediate future. '.
The coldest weather this year was io above zero on December 20.
-mejf tQe lowest temperatures registered in the last 24 hmrs were:
Flagsffmriz. S: Chicago 4; Denver J; Kansas City 6; St. Lomfkg!Ros-
well N.-W8; Santa Fe 4; .Galveston Tex. registered SO andumf" -ArSz.
Itinerant Preacher Declares
the Saviour.ls SFow Living )
in New York.
ALL KINGS TO
LOSE THEIR JOBS
If J: W. Curran an itinerant
preacher only knew what he was talk
ing about Christ would be here before
another Christmas rolls around. The
preacher passed through El Paso en
route to Monterey aud declared that
Christ is now in Jew York state and
that on October 25 next two months
before Christmas he will step out and
take the world in charge and bowl over
all presidents emperors and kings to
say nothing of the queens.
Curran seems to be very much in
earnest about this as he is engaged in
the distribution of books and pamphlets
advocating this opinion. He is about
40 years old prepossessing In appear-
ance and as he claims has been preach-
ing for many years traveling from city
to city rthough it is only recently he
discovered that the second coming of
Christ was due.
Mr. Curran has some other rather
peculiar beliefs among them being that
he is due to live 9C1 years longer which
is important if true and -would place
Mr.. Curran well up at the head of the
Methuselah class. Curran also believes
that Christ is to take the place of all
earthly rulers and rule the -world for
1000 years deposing all kings emper-
ors and presidents. Strange to say
however though Mr. Curran assures all
'.that he has been preaching his beliefs
from the Atlantic to the Pacific it has
not been noticed that king Edward
president Taft or president Diaz have
manifested any undue alarm.
Mr. Curran is a marvelously tem-
perate man refusing to drink smoke
chew or even swear though he must
have had great temptation to do the
last named from the general incredulity
that meets his astounding statements.
In conclusion Mr. Cuiran declares that
Christ is now living aged about 40
years in New York state and is only
waiting -until the fateful 25th of Octo-
ber to make his presence known. How-
ever -notwithstanding much persuasion
Curran refuses to make the exacc loca-
INDICTED OFFTCIAX.S ARE
-ARRESTED IX OKLAHOMA
Muskogee Okla.. Jan. yT. Of the
eight persons indicted as a result of
the investigation of county officers
Bert Greer of Muskogee and Dr. L.
C. Flamme of Boynton were arrestea
today charged with boodling.
Greer is charged with bribing town-
ship officials to buy implements and
to have paid the afficials 10 percent
of the cost. It is alleged that Flamme
collected money from the county for
attending patients after the latter paid
for his services.
-& AVIATOR ATTAINS HEIGHT &
& ESTIMATED AT 4000 FEET $
Mourlelon France Jan. 7. - j
Durinsr a 45 minute sneetacii- t !
lar flight here today Hubert &
& Latham the French aviator -
& attained an altitude estimated -
at 4000 feet.
Not- Very Concerned About
the Affair Which May-
Cost His Official .Head.
IS MILLIONAIRE; '
WORKS FOR FUN
Washington D. C Jan. 7. When to-
day's cabinet session began there was
every indication that the measure of
punishment to be meted out to Gifford
Pinchot was to be the chief subject of
discussion. Pinchat's letter to senator
Dollivar defending Giavis read in the
senate yesterday and' which constituted
a direct violation of the executive or-
der Issued by the president some time
ago forbidding any subordinate from
furnishing information to congress ex-
cept through the head of the department
was taken into the cabinet meeting. .
During the morning a. number of ad-
ministration supporters suggested to the
president that Pinchot Price aud Shaw
the latter two of the forestry bureau
be suspended pending the congressional
investigation of the Ballinger-Pinchot
Among other callers however there
was an idea that the president dismiss
It was pointed out that Pinchot. in Mr.
Taft's views has been "defying tae
lightning" for some time and the presi-
dent's patience is at an end.
Mr. Pinchot apparently undisturbed
appeared before the agricultural sub-
committee this morning and resumed
the explanation of the details of the for-
estry service and nis reasons for ap-
propriating government money in that
He was -fc-armly greeted by chairman
Scott and other members of the com-
Mr. Pinchot Is a millionaire Several
times over and holds his government job
merely for fun.
The Talk of the Capital.
Another cabinet meeting will be held
this afternoon and Pinchot's case will
be further discussed. It is understood
a statement on the subject will be is-
Pinchot's letter to senator Tn1!!r i
which the chief forester boldly upheld i
his attitude in ihe
attitude. in she Ballinger-Pinchot
controversy continues to be the sensa-
tion. In he house today representative
Fitzgerald of Xew York offered an
amendment to the joint resolution pro-
viding for an investigation of the in-
terior department and the forest service
eliminating the forest service from the
The house passed the joint resolution j
authorizing a committee of six senators
and sixJrepresentatives to investigate the
Pinchot-Baliipger controversy. The reso-
lution must be passed by the senate and
signed by the president'which is likely-
Senator Bailej- refused to discuss .the
affair when interviewed today but said
that he will probably have something
to saj- when the resolution comes to -the
Senator Culberson -will likelj- not ar-
rive from Atlantic cUy In time to par-
ticipate in the case as it" opens Mon
In writing to senator J. B. Dolliver ap-
proving the course adopted by L. TL
Giavis Pinchot yesterday created a sen-
sation in the senate and by his act caus-
ed president Taft to hastily summon
members of his cabinet.
The reading of Pinchot's letter called
senator Hale to his feet with a severe
rebuke to the chief forester for Laving
ignored a recent order by the presi-
dent directing that no subordinate of-
ficer should give information concern-'
ing government affairs except to his
After reading newspaper reports of
the lively tilt in the senate over Pin-
chot's letter president Tafit sent out a
hurry call for such members of his cab-
inet as were within reach.
Secretary Knox. ZtfacVeSgh. "Wilson
and attorney genera! Wickersham soon
put in an appearance.
It is said that forester Pinchot's con-
duct in sending an 'official communi-
cation to the chairman of a congres-
sional committee was freely discussed
although none of the cabinet officers
who participated in the conference
would discuss their call to tho white
house in any way. t
Slap at Taft.
Mr. Pinchot in his letter virtually
upholds Giavis and describes him as
"the most vigorous defender of the pei-
pie's interesis despite the fact that pres
ident 'Taft had declared Giavis unfifc to
remain in the public service." This di-
rect slap at the president and the fur-
ther declaration by Mr. Pinchot that
the Cunningham coal lands really were
about to go to fraudulent claimants un-
Old Ssnor Crocodilo
Persons Caught Throwing atAlli-
gators "Will be Arrested-
THE ALLIGATORS lMjHFPmfiiRB
.... same old sign same old fool n.in"1
"Bloody rot. that" remarked Don Looks nice doesn't lf readin.
Porfirio Sapolio Crocodilo as he pro- "Now in the first place hnw ob-
truded his speaking apparatus from arrest anybody for thr.!-' n tne3L
murky waters of the San Jacinto
alligator pool. "Clever's no name for
o name for .
It; it's rotting" he added
of his head on-the pond's stoi
"As I always remark on divers and!
'Siidrv occasions thr nlliirotnr'o 1-. I
the alligator's lot is
not a happy
a happy one. Here these many
caii uiei ve wnuieu cne aear nubiici
nn. 4- V. .... -. ..... J At -. --..
not to feed us. Now
.!. r- "Y T
uuu l .want I
anything toeatr-no no!' we only dine
.w7 nj . " c xaiL w'liiB'ua u. uu.1 supeniuity of worrit
T)ublic"the dear loving public.
Sometime I'm goin' to hire a moutli-
O'lnilUHyy OIL 111001 iy IVIflm Ifiul fivlu
Huntington W. Va. Jan. 7. A deal which Involves approximately 1100-
000000 and by which Xew Yorkers said to be backed by the Standard Oil com-
pany will control the entire gas output of "West Virginia has practically been
The new deal involves the "United Fnel Gas company of Pittsburg the Co-
lumbia Gns company which supplies Cincinnati the Interstate Gas company
the Ohio Fuel Supply company and others all of which draw their supply
from southern West Virginia.
It is said to bo the intention to pipe gns to Xew York Philadelphia and
other seaboard cities.
ARE KILLED IN STORM
Deadwood S. D. Jan. 7. Thousands of sheep have been killed during the
last few days by the cold according to -reports from the northwest. The losses
are the most severe in the vicinity of Lander Wyo. where the blocking of the
railroads by storms has prevented the sheepmen from securing feed for their
Some owners have sold large flocks at 50 cents a head.
3000 sheep for $1 each but only got 300 of them to safety.
COOK TO GO TO -
THE ARCTIC AGAIN
Is Planning to Gather Evi1
dence to Prove His
Port Jervis X. Y. Jan. 7. -'line miss-
ing Dr. Cook is now in Germany per-
fecting plans for an expedition to the
m-ni-in rAmr.nc Tor.f vnor ns .vrvliritT T n n
statement by Theodoreook brother of
?. explorer wno is vtoiun- inenus m
The brother's statement adds that the
explorer's wife is with him and ".that
they are both happy to be away from
the public. Hie expedition which Dr.
Cook is planning according to his broth-
er is for the purpose ot getting con-
clusive evidence that 'he was at the pote
April 21 1908.
TO Q.U1T POLITICS
Fort "Worth. Texas Jan. 7. The ex-
ecutive committee of the Texas Com-
mercial secretaries association today
decided to cancel all politics from its
"Waetherford Texas Jan. 7. Sheriff
Pope went to Garner this af ternon to
arrest two suspects held there ac-
cused of burning and dynamiting the
postoffice of that town. It Is claimed
mai tne evidence Is stron;
those arrested. ' -
Dinx Consrratniaip 'Unrti-i-r
Mexico City Mexico Jan. 7. in replv I
to a message from president Madriz of i
Nicaragua stating that he wa? non-'thp
neaa or tne government formerly pre-
sided over by Jose Santos Zelava presi-
dent Diaz sent a congratulatory tele-
gram. til Giavis and jthe forestry bureau of-
ficials took a hand In the fight thus
impugning the iateanons ot nigh of-
ficials of the interior denartmont ii-a'
said to have aroused Mr. Taft to keen
The president is said to have felt for
some time that Mr. Pincnot has been
"defying the lightning.
Some action as to idr. Piujhot's course
in the letter incident is not unexpected.
Flagstaff Ariz. Jan. 7. A report reached here today that the entire Indian
village of the Supais located in Cataract canyon has been destroyed by a wall
of water 20 feet high that swept down the canyon early Sunday morning.
evral inSians are missing ana are supposed to have -been carried down by
the flood. About 300 escaped to high ground.
It is supposed a stockman's dam and tanks washed out during the heavy
rams letting the flood down the canyon.
Says It's All Bally Rot
piece and see about that fool sic-n Tt
been thereto long the same d Piece
of board they had when ?here was J
wire fence around us. Sam mi !.
At n?? ' Dnps it Mnct . fa a P6!"111
throw a peanut at a park 7Vt7n"
- '" -w- . v. vuijtiimn - rrT- .
i . - iuc iinsv.pr in i
thunder tones niviA
- n Ir.
"One tinfe a'rMnJTM. ....... ... "
my sister an orantre. 7" U'"'!""""."" LJ "I s 3!esta-
nim think of t?mt "i-.... . .
. -' --U- tliCLCU I
that he paid thrn 5imnin t
At. t . . - ""wi vu iiearu
liclous mischief.' PJne cw tw
all mischief malicious or maybe all
malice mischievous? If they don't be-
One man bought
f UP NEXT WEEK
To Be Eeported to House
Soon More Pension
Bills by Andrews.
"Washington D. C Jan. 7 Delegate
Andrews lias introduced a bill that the
secretary of the treasury pay Manuelita
Swope for the. death of her former
husband CJiarles S. Hopkins from the
funds of t$ie Comanche-Kiowa indians
300 a year from June 11 1S72.
He also asks to increase the pension
of Jacob C. Jones of Company K 10th
volunteer infantry to $55 a month.
Ralph Cameron Hoval A. Smith and
the Arizona delegation of statehood
boomers with the postmaster general
were at the white house today. It is ex-
pected that the statehood oill will be
reported to the house next week. It
will pass the house with no opposition
TO BUILD CUTOFF
Would Run Xortk of Chey-
enne and Cut That Town
Off the Main Line .
Gheyenne Wyo. Jan. 7. Survey pluts
filed in the Cheyenne land office indi-
cate fchat the Union Pacific is eonsider-
ms the leasibihtv ot constructmu its
inain line cutoff between Xorthport
Neb. and Medicjne Bow. Wyo.
This would shorten the coast line 40
i miles save iuuu ieet m a. enmo to tne r
? crest of the Bkick Hills in Wyoming and
leave Cheyenne .Laramie ami bidnc- iar I
.to the south.
The survey provides lor many tunnels
one ibeing 15000 feet lonpr.
WACO 3IAX SHOOTS .VXD
KiLLS HIS BIIOTHERIXL.AW
. Waco Texas. Jan. 7. Mose Raw Is
shot and killed his brotherinlaw W C.
Ripley aged 27 at noon today. Rawls
surrendered. A family quarrel led to j
the shooting. Ripley was shot In the i
chest and back dying Instantly.
wasv a carpenter at the auditorium.
Rawls is an electrician.
That's What It Is.
lieve me refer 'em to oH Webster.
'Mischief to ao harm to' says Mr. No"
Web and if he1 don't know who does? j
Bill Shake says 'most mischievous foul j
sin' and if this ain't just that search !
my dress suit case. j
Ana speaKin or miscmer one day
two fellows tried co go swimmiri' in
our private natatorium they did. Clever
although they had had a
r iov niiA notArc co wi .-. a
w -vw vci. wm.4u atfxiunui
ieo.Iilars-a"ne ococmo. who had just
I 1(VT 'IVI
T1. .. . Jt ."; e .. ... -
Aiiey. ie pencci. scnuemen. re
ported Don Porfirio to his sister. "Didn't
one of 'em offer me a cfgaret."
And so the interview was ended for
soon the two park gators were talking
in a tongue only known to alligator
Mississippi River Is Frozen
r and Traffic Is Stopped on
the Ohio Too .
TO FLORIDA COAST
Denver Colo. Jan. 7. Reports from
the mountain districts bring- stories of
suffering and death from snowslides interstate commerce law. In- accordance
and cold and interruption to railroad I witn tne recommendations of the presl-
traffic from heavy snowfalls. r dent will probably be introduced 3as-
A. report reaches Durango that a
snowslide carried away the boarding
house of the Tom Moore mine a num-
ber of fatalities resulting. Wires are
down and the report is not verified.
A snowslide near Lake City Colo.
killed Jack Bartlett a veteran miner.
Temperatures from zero to 3S below
are reported from the mountains.
Mississippi Elver Is Frozen.
I ception 5'
bt. Louis Mo. Jan. 7. "With the ex-
a few places the Mississippi
river is today frozen over from St.
Paul Minn. to Grand Tower 111. for
the first time in many years.
Ice gorges at Chester Crystal City
and Jefferson Barracks continue to
The ice In St. Loufs harbor is from
one to five feet thick but no danger
from gorges Is anticipated-
Ohio River Traffic Stopped.
Louisville Ky. Jan. 7. Cold weather
following yesterday's heavy snowfall
has tightened the numerous ice gorges
in the Ohio river between Cairo and
Cincinnati and the river traffic will
probably be tied up for weeks.
Two above zero was registered here
this morning. In-Tennessee and south-
western Kentucky the coldest weather
in many years is reported.
FrceziBj-; to Gulf.
iTriezing temperature prevails as far
south as the Gulf of Mexico and south-
east to the Apalachicola riverin Flor-
ida. Temperatures as low as six below are
reported in some parts of Kentucky the
coldest since 1S86.
Fourteen' Below Zero.
Des Moines la. Jan. 7. Fourteen
below zero was recorded here last
night the coldest of the winter. Owing
to a shortage of coal there was much
suffering. Several factories closed to-
day on account of fuel shortage.
"Warmingr iH Missouri.
Kansas City. Mo. Jan. 7. There was
a decided rise in temperature in this
part of the southwest today the mer-
cury climbing- six to 12 degrees under
the influence of a south wind. The
shortage in the natural gas supply ap-
parently Is over.
Chica-co Is Cold Some:
Chicago 111. Jan. 7. Chicago ex-
nerienceil th onlflpur ti'Mthor nf ispami
! years todav. At thp. -ivrej.thr Tinronn
five below was shown but street ther-
mometers 'v orded 1G below.
MATT nYTURED AND SHOP
BURNED AT PECOS TEXAS
Pecos Tex.. .Tun. 7. The. T;Lsfcv fcrulnr
I shop burned .yesterday afternoon." Frank
tvarey was badly burned on the face and
hands when a jjasoline stove exploded.
0uiek notion f fcho f?r rlATV.n-t-TroTif
saved the Times buildinr which stood
a tew teet away. The burned buildimx
w?is owned by Robert Case of Fort
W orth. The total loss is SS0H TJ
i loss is 200 partly insured.
FARMERS' MUST STOP RA TE FIGHTING
ULTIMATUM TO UNION
Fort Worth Tex. Jan. 7. A conferjnee here yesterday between B. F. Yoa-
kum head ef the Frisco system nnd president IjOudernilUc of the Texas Farm-
er union ls of irreater sijmlficnnce than nt first bclleveil according to aa
announcement here today.
Yoakum practically delivered an ultimatum regarding cotton rates and
union officials will accept the situation.
Yoakuxsj told JLoutlermilk: ami D. B. NcHl if the Texas farmers Insist xipoa
flKhtinp: for reduced-rates on cotton shipments to jmlf polats his and ether
lines will Immediately Increase the rate on cotton seed shipments to points
outside of Texas.
Some time n?ro Yoakum reilcccil the latter rate upon request of the Texas
union It Is raiu and how threatens to restore the former hisch rate and Ib-
nsmuch as Texas xold 910000.000 worth of ecd to Tcnnesse and other states
Inst year. It Is certain the union will abandon the fic:ht for lower rates to the
jrulf at the coming hearinjr before the railroad commission.
NINE DOLLAR HOG IS '
HERE; COLD CAUSES IT
Chlcasro III. Jaar.The nine dollar hojc arrived at the nnioa stack
yards today anil his cemlnjr marked an epoch In hhch prices.
. With the exception of a short period In 1SS2 vrhen the swine' sold at $3.35
the nine dollar hoj? has not been seen here since the civil war.
Continued intense coh! Iiiip.Mlins; transportation nnd apparent he-dtatiou ot
producers to market hogs nre the chief causes Sf the abnormal advance
. El Paso Texas
January 7 1910. 12 Pages
May Cause Panic He Thinks
But the Trusts Must Be
Prosecuted He Says.
"WANTS NEW LAW
Believes Federal Incorpora-
tion and Federal Supervis-
ion the Only Remedy.
"Washington I. C Jan. 7. President
Taft's special message to congress rec-
ommending amendments to' the inter-
state commerce and anti-trust laws was
laid before the house of representatives
iBoth Republicans and Democrats fol-
flowed its reading- closely. .
j An administration bill amending- th
I da D" representative Townsend of
Mr. Taf says in his message tna h
Intends to enforce the anti-trust laws
even if panic and business depression
liavr Is Good as It Stssds.
With respect to tne corporations the
president's views summarized are:
No amendment to the Sherman anti-
trust law is necessary.
M$ny large corporations are violating
the Sherman law.
It Is the duty of the executive to en
force the law but if this be done; &s
is his intention a panic or commercial
chaos may be precipitated.
As a refuge for the large combiaa.-
tions he recommends a national Incor-
He says the law should provide?
1- For voluntary Incorporation.
2. For supervision of the bureau of
corporations of such combinations as
secure Rational incorporation.
3. For control by the bureau of cor-
porations of all Issues of stocks 'and
bonds which shall be paid for in cash
property or services-
4. Prohibition of a corporation to
own Stock in a competing corporation.
5. For annual reports covering tl)e
financial condition the business or-
ganization and corporate transactions
of the corporation. -
6. For the safeguarding of business
secrets while at the same time provid-
ing for the publication of all facts so
far as they may be in "the public in-
Says It Is CeBstitHtisBal.
The president declares that in his
1. The law is constitutional.
2. It will not lead to any greater
centralization of power.
3. It will enable the large corporate
combinations of capital to operate law-
fully for their own economic advantage
and to have a public standing.
x4. It will enable people to share la
economy of administration the cheap-
ness of products.
5. It will insure efficient regulation
in tho interests of the public
6. It will eradicate the trust evils.
7. It will prevent a monopoly.
S. It will produce fair competition.
The message begins. with the discuss-
ing of the Sherman anti-trust law. . It
reviews the decisions rendered by fha
supreme court of the United States ia
connection with 'the construction of this
Corporations Caa Be Kllle
He believes the law as it exists is
efficient to put out of business a vast
number of corporations as they are now-
organized. Under the circumstances he
does not consider any amendment to the
law really necessary.
He discusses the result to the busi-
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