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THE MORNING OKEGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1905".
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Plan for More States to In
vestigate Equitable, '
THREE STATES ARE NAMED
Policy-Holders Desire Inquiry Free
From' Influence of Those, Inter
.Take the Lead. . -,
BOSTON'. April 11. (Special.") It was
learned late tonight that there is a move
ment on foot to have the affairs of .the
Kqultable Life Assurance Society investi
y gated by the insurance departments of
several different states. The states men
tioned are Massachusetts, Connecticut
and Wisconsin. It is believed that other
slates whose citizens are insured in the
Equitable Life will take similar action
and Join in the investigation.
There Is little or" no confidence in the
investigation, which the Equitable itsolf
is making through a committee of seven
directors. "While the honesty of the In
surance Department of New Tork State
is not questioned, it is believed that a
more- Independent and rigorous inquiry
can be conducted by insurance examiners
who are in no way within the influence or
domination of the interests which con
trol the Equitable.
The investigation to be made by these
outside states Is planned to go to the
very bottom of the inside management.
The policyholders of the Equitable living
in states other than New York are said
to number more than 400,000. The gericral
distrust created in the minds of these
policyholders- by the charges and dis
closures already made has, it 4s said,
brought about a situation which can
only be cleared by a thorough and abso
lutely independent investigation on lines
that will uncover every phase of wrong
doing In the past management of the so
ciety, regardless of the ones, who might
be hurt by the exposure.
ALL JOINING IN THE LAWSUIT
More Equitable Stockholders Inter
vene Attack on Hendricks.
NEW TORK, April lLc-Today's pro
ceedings before Justice Maddox In the Su
preme, Court, Brooklyn, on the application
by Franklin B. Lord for an injunction to
.restrain the carrying out of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society mutuallzatlon plan
were enlivened by an attack made by
Edward M. Shepard, counsel for Lord, on
Francis Hendricks, State Superintendent
of Insurance. Mr. Shepard declared that
Mr. Hendricks had refused his client a
hearing when the mutuallzatlon plan
was under consideration, although at the
same time he was in conference with Ihe
attorneys for the society's officers.
Another feature of the hearing was the
announcement by George Zabriskle, as
counsel for Charles W. Morse, that his
client wished to intervene in the suit of
Mr. Lord. Mr. Zabriskle informed the
court that his client was the owner of
15 shares of Equitable stock. His re
quest was agreed to by the other parties.
Mr. Untermeyer gave the formal notice
that he would intervene in behalf of
James H. Hyde. He said:
"My client, Hyde, is most anxious for
xnutualIzation;-in fact, desires the amend
ed charter put into effect at the earliest
moment, but he wants mutuallzatlon on
terms that will preserve the legal rights
of the stock."
"William B. Hornblower, -who said he
represented the Equitable Society and Its
900,000 policy holders, contended that the
stockholders' privilege to vote for direct
ors was not a property right. This was
disputed by Mr. "Untermeyer. There was
an argument also between Mr. Unter
mayor and Mr. Hornblower as to what
constituted 'the Equitable Society's sur
plus above reserve requirements. Of the
$SO,000,000 carried as surplus, Mr. Horn
blower said $70,000,000 should be consld
red as reserve to meet obligations. This
left 510,000,000 clear, in which, however,
lie held the stockholders had no interest.
that money belonging to the policy-hold
ers. Mr. Untermeyer questioned the plac
ing of the reserve to meet obligations at
$70,000,000 and asked if the courts had
not decided $46,000,000 to be a sufficient
Justice Maddox gave the lawyers until
Friday to file briefs.
Mutuaiization Plan Before Senate.
ALBANY, N. Y., April 11. Senator
Brackett today introduced in the Sen
ate a bill enabling any stockholder of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
i.o tiring-.an acuon to retire us capital
Pioek and provide lor its mutuaiiza
UET ALL NATIONS DISARM.
Baron d'Estournelies Declares Naval
Armaments Too Expensive.
PARIS, April 1L Baron D'Estournelies
de Constant, the former Deputy and presi
dent of the group favoring international
arbitration, today made his debut in the
Senate, in a speech, favoring military and
naval disarmament of the states of Eu
rope by a proportionate reduction of their
forces similar to the disarming of Chile
The speech of Baron D'Estournellos de
Constant attracted notable attention. He
maintained that naval expenses were
ruining France under the pretext of de
fending her. The naval programme to
which she was committed, he added, con
templated the expenditure of $290,400,000
before 1917. Neither France, Germany nor
Groat Britain had the resources, popula
tion or wealth to meet these colossal ex
penditures, which ensured difficulties and
debts to posterity.
The speaker cited statements made by
loading statesmen of Great Britain, Rus
sia and Germany, favoring a European
accord for. the limitation of naval ex
penditures and urged that this would
benefit the entire world, particularly
Russia, Japan and the United States,
tearing them free to develop their com
mercial resourca. Therefore he asked
tlmt the work begin by France negotiat
ing an Anglo-French agreement for lim
iting naval expenditures and later socur
htg'the adhesion of the other povvers.
LIBERTY" OF CONSCIENCE SAFE
First Section of Church Separation
Bill Adopted in France.
PARIS, April 1L The Chamber of Depu
ties was crowded today when discussion
of the sections of the church and state
separation bill was opened. Abbe Lamlre
bagan the debate by referring to the
argument that separation had been suc
cessful in the United States. The speak
er contended that Franco occupied a dif
ferent position from the United States.
'Several amendments tending to specify
the extent of the religious liberty to be
allowed under the bill were withdrawn
ua the assurance of Minister or Public
Instruction BlenVenu-Martlti that the
Government Intended to permit absolute
liberty of conscience The first sentence
of thesectlon of the bill, which declares
"Cite republic assures liberty of con
selonce," was adopted.
Cretans Cheer Rebel Prisoners.
CANEA, Island of Crete, April 1L The
arrival here today of fhe British cruiser
Juno, bringing: 12 insurgent . prisoners
from Candanos, was the occasion of a
riotous .demonstration in. favor of -the
insurgents. The populace was assembled
by the ringing of bells and wildly' cheered
the prisoners as they were debarked. A
large crowd followed the insurgents'
escort to the police station, where the
demonstration became so violent that the
ofllcer commanding the station carbineers
ordered his men to draw their carbines
and load thler guns. In the face of those
preparations- the mob dispersed.
LONG PACIFIC'S UNIONISTS.
Explains MacDonnell's Relations to
Him to Their Satisfaction.
LONDON, April 1L The Irish Union
ists greeted with marked satisfaction a
statement made by Mr. Long, Chief Sec
retary for Ireland, In the Houfc of Com
mons toaay to tnc enect uiai no on
tiroly repudiated any arrangomont un
der which Sir Anthony MacDonnolI, Un
dor Secrotary to the Lord Lleutonant of
Ireland, accepted office rather as the col
league of Mr. Wyndham, ex-Chief Sec
retary lor Ireland, than as Under Sec
retary- Tlio relations between himself
and Sir Anthony, Mr. Long declared.
.must be precisely the same as his (Mr.
Longs) relations with the othor heads
of departments associated with him.
It is anticipated that this statement
will satisfy the Irish Unionists who re
fused to support the government so long
as Sir Anthony occupied an anomalous
LET POWERS SETTLE AFFAIRS
Germany Proposes International Con
ference on Morocco.
BERLIN. April 1L The German govern
ment continues to lay before the Sultan
of Morocco the advantages of requesting
the powera to agree among themselves by
an international conference on the things
they would like him to do. They Include
acting on the suggestions for the system
atic payment of the foreign debts, bring
ing about an adjustment f the tarms
and taking steps to -police the country
Although no official confirmation is ob
tainable at the Foreign Office, it is un
derstood that strong expectations, are held
there that the Sultan will accept the Idea
of an International conference. What is
said officially Is that Germany would ac
cept such an Invitation as offering the
best way for a settlement of the difference
In views between France and Germany.
ARMY OFFICER IS ACCUSED.
Captain Volpert Arrested for Com
plicity in Military Plot.
PARIS. April 11. Captain "Volport, of
the Eleventh Infantry, has been- ar
rested on the charge of complicity In the
supposed military plot against the secur
ity of the state.
(It was announced from Paris, April 5,
that 8000 army cartridges bad been dis
covered in the house of a man named
Meyer in the suburbs of Paris, and that
a supply of rifles was found later. The
researches, it was added, were the result
of the recent seizure or 5t umxorms in
the residence of Captain Tamburya, a re.
tired officer. The authorities at first
did not consider the affair serious, and
the subsequent opinion was that a con
splracy was being hatched.)
Funeral of Spanish Workmen.
MADRID, April 11. The funeral today
of the victims of the reservoir disaster
on Saturday was attended, by great
crowds of workmen, but no disturbances
occurred, owing to the stringent precau
tions taken, including the posting of po
lice along the route to the cemetery.
Rain Relieves Andalusia.
MADRID. April 11. The drouth has
been broken in Andalusia. Abundant
rains have fallen throughout the Andalu
sian Provinces'. There is great jubilation
among all classes as a result, of the im
Greeks Raid Albanian Village.
SALONICA, April 1L A Greek band at
tacked and burned an Albanian village
near Killssura on Friday, killing 30 and
wounding and capturing many more.
WELL ADVERTISED IN CAPITAL
Everybody In Washington Knows
About Fair at Portland. .
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, April 10. The Lewis and Clark
Exposition is being widely exploited In the
National Capital and, according to men
who travel, the entire East Is being flood
ed with information about It. For some
time Eastern papers, including those of
Washington City, have been devoting
considerable space to descriptive matter
about the Fair, and in the Sunday and
holiday editions transcontinental rail
roads have made great displays of full-
page advertisements, featuring It as the
main attraction of Western Summer tours,
But the advertisement is not confined
to the newspapers. In every Government
department In Washington is displayed
in a conspicuous place a copy of the large
colored sketch of the Exposition grounds
as they will appear when the show opens,
These pictures never fail to arouse in
terest in the Fair, and are proving
great and forceful advertisement. Other
copies of these pictures, as well as add!
tlonal attractive advertising matter. Is
found In the hotel lobbies, railroad and
steamboat offices and in other places
where the public congregates, particu
larly the traveling public.
It is no exaggeration to say that the
Lewis and Clark Exposition is about as
well advertised in Washington as was
the St. Louis Fair a year ago, and that
is saying a good deal, for St, Louis was
not stinting In the distribution of Its ad
vertlslng matter. The people of Washin
ton are at least awake to the fact that
Portland Is going to have a big Iair this
KICH, BUT PAWNED JEWELS
Mrs. Swift Tells Strange Story of
Mrs. Stanford's Devotion.
WASHINGTON. April lL-Mrs. Mary
Wood Swift, the president, called the Na
tlonal Council of Women together -today
to begin the resil work of the. fifth trlen
nial meeting. Sessions will continue
In her annual address Mrs. Swirt spol:
of the death of Mrs. Jjcland Stanford
"Mrs. Stanford was a personal friend
of mine. When the suffragists became
organized in California some years ago
went to nor for assistance, bne never
turned anyone away, and she nearly al
ways helped. But she told me that she
had pawned her jewels to jun tho univer
sity. 'It sounds strange,' she said, 'that
I have no money, but It Is tied up by liti
gation and I am therefore compelled to
borrow on my jewels. My professors arc
working without drawing salaries, aud so
I have nothing to give you. But she aid
ed us in many ways and was our friend."
Michigan Town Badly Scorched.
LOWELL. Mich., April 11. Fire which
started tonight with an explosion In a
gasoline storeroom back of "R. B. Boy
lan's hardware tore, dostroyed 15 storo
buildings, comprising about one-flflh of
the business -section of tho town. Loss
Consul Wynne Takes Office
LONDON, April IL The now-American
Consul-General to London, Robert J.
Wynne, today assumed the duties of that
LAWYERS IN REVOLT
They Demand Democratic
Form ,of Government.
TALK OF ARMING THE PEOPLE
Pan-Russian Congress Defies Police
and Adopts Resolution Favor
ing Armed Resistance,
but Rescinds It.
ST. PETERSBURG. April 11. Another
meeting of the Pan-Russian Congress of
Attorneys was held this aftomoon and
a resolution adopted favoring the remov
al of the autocratic regime and the proc
lamation of a Democratic constitution on
the basis of universal suffrage and a se
It Is understood that it is the 'intention
of the attorneys to conduct the propa
ganda throughout Russia, to educate the
people politically and. If necessary, to
arm them for physical resistance to ar
bitrary action on the part of tho authori
ties. It is an extraordinary fact that no
arrests have followed theso meetings, at
which words were not minced and open
defiance of the authorities was evidont.
At another meeting held tonight tho
barristers decided to cancel a clause of
tho resolutions in which It was proposed
to furnish the people with arms to re
sist arbitrary acts. The meeting then
decided that extreme measures would de
feat the objects of the association entire
Scheme to Restore Senate's .Power.
ST. PETERSBURG, April 1L Tho ac
tlve members of the "ruling Senato" are
elaborating a scheme to restore this an
cient body to something like Its original
position as a law-making Institution and
controller of Russian administration.
In order to regenerate the Senate It is
proposed that the Senato itself nominate
persons for appointment by the Emne
ror; that all ukases be first submitted
for its approval, and also that it be
clothed with power to initiate legisla
tion for the revision of the local and
Most Important, however, is the de
mand for power to try officials of every
grade, even Ministers, all of whom now
enjoy exemption from trial for malfeas
ance except with the consent of their
Immediate superiors or of the Emperor
Gorky and Andrieff Reach Yalta.
YALTA, Crimea, April 1L Maxim
Gorky and Leonlda Andrieff. the Radical
writers who were arrested In connection
with the alleged plan to establish a pro
visional government in place .of the au
tocracy, have arrived here.
Medical Officer Ordered to China.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan.. April 1L Or
ders were received at Fort Leavenworth
today directing Colonel John R. "Van Hoff.
medical corps, stationed here, but at
j. y v
WitV.l A .-
A VISIT OF
'Under the head, "Foul With Dcca.v
Markets Found in Bad Condition Pood
Unfit for Use." the story is told in yester
day's Oregonian of tiie visit of the women
of the School of Domestic Science to the
meat, fish aud butter markets of Portland:
In the columns of graphic description of
filthy conditions there is only one paragrap.li
of commendation for any of the places vis
itedthe paragraph at which the arrow
points. The "establishment" referred to
is the Hazelwood Creamery, at Piftli and
The women came without warning as
many women frequently cometo the Hazel
wood Creamery, and as all women are wel
come in the turmoils of the busy afternoon."
present in New York City, to proceed to
join the Russian army In Manchuria as
a representative of " the United States
Government. Recently "Colonel Vatery
Haverd, representing tho medical corps,
was captured near Mukden and Is" unable
to join the Russians again. ' Colonel Iloff
was witli the China relief expedition as
Chief Surgeon and was Chief Surgeon In
Porto Rico in 1SSS-1500. Captain Paul F.
Straub. medical corps, also received or
ders today- to proceed to Panama with the
TWO BOYS CHASED BY BOBBERS
Both Run and Escape Despite the
Threats to Shoot.
Two highwaymen attempted to hold
up Kenneth and Theodore Long, sons
of J. M. Long, on King's Heights last
night, but failed to secure any valu
ables, as the young men ran notwith
standing threats to shoot unless they
The young men wore not together at
tho time. About 11 o'clock Kenneth
Long, who is about 17 years of age,
was walking up King street when two
masked men stepped up to him, both
of them producing large revolvers. He
refused to obey their summons and
took flight. Tho two men followed him
In close pursuit, threatening to shoot.
He ran Into a yard closo by and hid in
a cellarway. The men searched the yard
but were unable to find him.
About five minutes later two men
answering the descriptions of the high
waymen who chased Kenneth Long
stopped Theodore Long, as he was
walking up tho street, and command
ed him to throw up his hands. Ho also
ran, tho highwaymen chasing him for
nearly two blocks.
Tho police mado a thorough search
for the men, but were unablo to find
any trace of them.
Enforce Sunday Law In St. LtjuIs
ST. LOUIS. April 11. Announcement
was mado today by President Stewart, of
the Board of Police Commissioners, that
the Sunday-closing law, commonly termed
the "blue law," would be enforced In St.
Louis beginning next Sunday. The Su
preme Court has decided that Sunday
baseball Is a recreation and not prohib
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. Anril 11
Governor Folk expects to go to St. Louis
himself Sunday to see that the Sunday-
closing order Is enforced.
President Harper Resumes Work.
CHICAGO, April 11. President W. It.
Harper, of the University of Chicago,
today took up again his university
work here, Interrupted by his recent
Illness and the following period of con
valesccnce at Lakewood, N. J. He was
given a hearty greeting by tho stu
"Three Trust Companies(Unite.
NEW YORK. April 11. The North
American Trust Company, the Trust
Company of America and the City Trust
Company are to be consolidated into ono
company, the Trust Company of America,
with a capital of $2,000,000, surplus of
59,000,000 and deposits of $50,000,000).
Four Children Burned to Death.
CLARKSBURG, "W. Va., April 11. The
home of George E. Maule was destroyed
by fire today and four of his children
were burned to death.
'.lie ' :
t"ft d,,t exaggerated. Finally
yroiroseu 10 jjhoi mm iu mc aens or
and tteTflrtlly agreed to go. Later
were Joined by Dr. Mao II. Car,
order to hdtv ho- an cstnbllxhnion
tobccoriductcd they proceeded l
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wrllifcnown creamery where they fnund
cold-storage room which was white
Ashed or flmc-waphcd twice WMkly. the
tor Included. Other floors of tire crcam
rv rcro whitewashed every day No
jlsoma odors pierced the keen- no.ies
several blork; distent they found
pother creamery the floors qt which were
tcred with Ul-srnelllng rubbish ami
036 churnlng-room was scp&Kitei from
her departments of the establishment
ly by low partitions. The kitchen of
stroug-sraelUnt- restaurant opened Into
.he creamery, also a tinh market..
"And butter absorbs Impurities from
'ia atmosphere more readily thun anv
rjthr substance." they said
The flours wcro unswept inal!rous
?unnysucks abounded, tuhhjsli wan ;n:iu
nnt ami two dop had free. license
Avough the place -Dirt was on the wnll.n
,nd the rafters and unnumbered 6p.tdor."i
their happy borne' eve---bere abouU
'Vrjto avr arW
POOLS THE PROFITS
How Theatrical Trust Runsthe
CONTRACT READ IN COURT
Methods by Which Klaw & Erianger
Kill Off Opposition Shows arid
Theaters Exposed In Bc
NEW YORK, April 11. During the con
tinuance today of the trial of the suit of
David Belasco, the theatrical manager,
against Joseph Brooks, In connection with
the production of- "The Auctioneer," in
volving the control of tho principal thea
ters ot the country by a syndicate, tho
text of the "syndicate agreement" was
offered In evidence.
The parties to the agreement, which be
came effective August 31, 1001, and runs
for Ave years, are shown to be Al Hay
man, Charles Frohman, Mark Klaw and
A. L. Erianger as parties of the first
part, and Samuel F. Nledllnger and J.
Fred Zimmerman, trading as Nixon &
Zimmerman, parties of the second part.
The preamble to the agreement recites
that theatrical interests in all large cities
have suffered as a result of the Indiscri
minate "booking" of attractions, necessi
tating somo agreement between the Inter
ests whereby long Jumps would be avoid
ed and tours so arranged that there would
be no conflict of similar attractions in
the same city.
These, the agreement says, "shall be
booked with attractions In conjunction
with each other; that is to say, no attrac
tions shall be booked in any of the said
theaters or places of amusement (or In
any which may be hereafter acquired as
aforesaid), which will insist on playing
at opposition theaters or places of amuse
ment In any of the cities above named (or
any which may heretofore come under
this agreement), unless the party hereto
having the theater or place of amusement
in said competitive point shall give his or
their consent in writing to permit said
attraction to play m the opposition thea
ter or place of amusement
An agreement to pool all profits Is set
forth in the fourth clause of the Instru
ment, and of the net profits it is stipu
lated that Messrs. Hayman, Frohman.
Klaw and Erianger shall receive 75 per
cent and the firm of Nixon & Zimmerman
23 per cent from all the theaters enumer
ated. Nixon & Zimmerman in return are
to turn over from 33 1-3 to EO per cent of
the net profits of the theaters owned by
them in Pittsburg. Philadelphia, and Bal
timore. Klaw & Erianger are given con
trol of all bookings, while Nixon & ZIm
merman are designated as the holding
Red Men Elect Great Incohonee
CHICAGO, April 11. At a great chiefs
council of the Improved Order of Red
Men held hero today, John W. Cherry, of
Norfolk, Va., was chosen Great Incohonee
to succeed tho late Thomas Watts, of
Montgomery. Ala., and W. A. S. Bird, of
Topeka. Kan., great senior Sagamore.
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The floor of the creamery was afloat with
water and drainings, as it always is during
working hours. But it was CLEAN,1
SWEET AND FRESH. A'
Here are . some of the things Hazelwood
has to do in order to produce as fine a grade
of butter as Hazelwood butter, and as line
ice cream as Hazelwood ice cream: -
Flush the floor with fresh Bull Eim wate?
every little while all day long.
Whitewash the floor once every twenty
Sterilize every can, vat, churn, mold, table
or. other utensil after each usage sterilize
with steam after thorough cleansing.
Grade all the cream. No cream is ac
cepted into Hazelwood grade that does not
meet the strictest requirements.
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK?
Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney
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It used to be considered that only urin
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-Evcry-step in the production of coil prod
ucts, from cow to table, is carefully super
vised by experts.
Jnsist on Having Haze!-,.
Wc deliver it fresh daily to the grocers.
If ypii get a pound that, doesn't seem just
fine, there's-, something the matter with it.
You will confer a great favor on us by re
turning it to us direct, so we can investi
gate. Every pound is perfect when it
leaves our creameiy.
The little extra that Hazelwood costs 3-011
represents the care and cleanliness winch
help to make
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Um DR. KILMER & CO.
l BINGHAMTON, N. Y. I Jf
Sold by all Druggists, ifjlli
(Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take.)
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root is what you need, you can
purchase tho regular 50-cent and 51 siza
bottles at the drug stores everywhere.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
tho name. Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Bingham
ton. N. Y.. on every bottle. ,
up. the HAZELWOOD