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VII., NO. 4S
Appear in Court Costume at Lack
Ingham Palace, CI.'p Tast Guarda
and Reach the King Excite
ment When, Their Presence Be
LONDON, June fi. (Associated
Press by Federal Wireless) Despite
lines of uniformed gusrds,1 London
policemen am Scotliiud Yard plain
clothes men, with paliico official also
on watch, a uuinbur of militant suf
fragette succeeded yesterday in mnk
ing their way into liui 'kinghuut Fallen,
where King (ieorge and yueen Mary
were holding their birthdsy levco ami
formal reception, tho guests at which
included many of the most prominent
members of liritish court society and
foreign visitor of note. The suf
fragettes made their wa"y Into the very
presence of the royal couple, and there
was a scene of tremendous excitement
when they made their presence known;
Posed aa Quests.
The militants, to gain access to' the
royal court, attired themselves 'in regu
lation court font u rues, as if for pre
sentation. They hail seeured, or had
forged, invitations, by the presentation
of which they liad themselves escorted
by the court ottVial into the palace.
When the line formed for the presenta
tion ceremony the suffragettes mingled
' with the other royal finest and the ana
sou 'n debutantes and passed into tha
royal reception room.
Addressed ths King. '
Everything was proceeding with the
decorum and ceremony that marks a
reception by royalty until the first suf
fragette was announced and made tier
way forward, to bow to King George
and hi Queen. Instead of. making the
oWp cnrtny, presm-ibed by court eti
quette, the militant begun to address
the King along ,' V'otua for Women'
line. Immediately there, was confu
sion. The King started bock, s if
alarmed l.r i i iiysault' v.--, tn msdc
upon him. ' 'i'lir court ollieor rushed
through the presentation line snd sur
rounded the militnnt. f , ;
' , , Frayed ta II a Majesty. ' s
It then became known : that '. there
were several suffragettes in the . lino.
One, rushing forward to King George,
before she could be intercepted, threw
herself upon her knees, shouting:
"Yonr majesty, for CJod sake do
not use force! "
. All Arrested.,. 1 ;
Despite this idea, thoso women who
could not show by what authority they
were preaeut were hustled out of the
palace and turned over to the polieo.
'The sight of women,' iu court Costumes,
being taken to the polieo station drew
great crowds and, when it beenraa
known that the suffragettes had invad
ed Buckingham l'alaue, the police had
to fight at times to prevent their' pris
oners from suffering from mob violence,
.. . . NO "MOTHER JONES"
SEATTLE, June 4. ' (Associated
Press by Federal Wireless) Moth
er " Jones, familiarly known -as the
"miners' friend," was today denied
passage by the Canadian immigratiou
oflieiais on a steamer from this point
bound for Vanconvor. 1 v,
h Chief Campbell of the Victoria pro
visional police had decided that "Moth
er" Jones is a "disturbing element"
and it was' upon this decision that she
wss refused permission to make tha
trip'..;. . . ., ' , ... .4 ', ,
The objective point . of "Mother"
Jones was the strike fields of Vancou
ver Island,' where she had determined
to address tha strikers. 1
The mine workers are considerably
incensed over the action of the Can
adian officials and have filed protests
with Becretary of Labor William II.
Wilson. . , , . . I
WHITE WOLF IS
. ; STILL PILLAGING
PEKIN, June 4. (Associated Press
by Federal Wireless) The bandit
White Wolf U once more on the war
path, reports of his looting and burn
ing villages having been received from
the province of KiauHu.
Every effort on the part of the gov-
eminent . troops to capture the trigand
has proved a failure. . . . r
' The last village he Is reported to
have turned is King Chow, while his
followers, art censed of having fired
the village of Taqo Chow.
The monastery of thv Thibetan
Lamas at Cheni Is also reported to
, have been fed to the iluincs by White
Wolf. , s - ,
MONA, LISA THIEP -
FACES HIS JUPOE
FLORENCE. Italy, June 4. (Asso-
, ciuted Press by, Federal Wireless)
The trial of Vjnuenzo Perugia, accused
of stealing the: famous paiuting. Mona J
"Lisa, from the local art gallery, was be-
' gun here today. ,
Doctor Amaldi, an aiiepist, took tho
stand aud testified that hri is convinced I
that Perugia Is the only party respon-
sibl tor the theft.
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, KINO CEORCS'S HOME, INVADED BY BUFFEAC: :; i'TES YESTER
. DAY. BELOW I.IR3. DZCPAnD, A FIGHTING ADVOCATE OF VOTES TC .I WOMEN.
Great; Storm Sweeps Southern
. ttx f -. y i ' - r
: Portion of J apart Deaths wlany
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TOKIO, .June S. (Associated Press
by Federal Wireless)-One of the most
disastrous storms that Las been pxiieri-
eneeii iu Japan swept over the western
nud southern end of the Kinpire yes
terday, wrecking houcs, tPnrin great
gaps in' the furots, douiornliKing the
telegraph and telejilinne systems, put
ting numerous eleitrie lighting plants
temporarily out . of business and doing
immense dumaife t shipping. . i
The fishing fleets of tho( Inhnd Bea
WANT TO SEND -EARLY
Washington ' Authoritie , Ask
Board of Health If It Would
v Receive Him. -; ' -:' .
Information foeeivej yesterday from
Washington was to the effect that tfe
were probabilities that John Early, the
alleged leper who wa reported two or
three days ago to have attempted to
force entrance to Vice-President Thom
as Marshall "a home- in Washington,
would be sent to the Molokai Settle
ment by the United States federal au
thorities. . , -
When this was called to the attention
of Governor Piukham last night by Toe
Advertiser, the Uovernor. in answer to
an inquiry as to whether the territorial
officials had received any advices on
this (subject stated that the board f
health yesterday received a cable mes
sage asking if the board would accept
John J-.ariv ana what the charges lor
his maintenance would be.
Ths board of health authorities here
will take, this subject under serious con
sideration before arriving at 4 decis
ion, ine rcueral government has tern
maintaining a leprorariuui at Kalawao,
Molokai, for some years, and Early may
possibly te sent there. . -Had
a Hard Time.
According to an Assoc is ted Press dis
patch by Federal Wireless, published
in The Advertiser on Wednesday morn
ing, Johu Early made hi escape from
Port Townseml,. Washington Ktate, on
May IS, and the next heard of him was
when he was recognized in Washington,
I. C. Ha was reported to have regis
tered at one of the best Washington
Early is said to have contracted le
rosy son: years ago, when he wa in
the' Army. According to stories which
have been piiLljuhcd from time to t ine,
Early hus been chased from "tillsr to
ost il;ht uloug. He was at oue time
uted at a camp and a guard was
maintained over.bim to prevent his
HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, FR1 1 Y.V JUNK ; 5, lyH.
and the cit:os along the eoist of Wit. I
koku and Kinshiu have suffered most
severely, several . hundred . vessels be
ing wrecked or driven out to sea.
Many huudreds of the fishermen are
believed to have been lost, while the
loss of life,, s shore, due to the storirr,
totals hundreds more. ' . . . ,
Tho eity i t Nugssnkt was in the path
of the storttp and hundreds of houses
In, .the city, were, demolished by tha
force of tbe fnle. " 1 ,
Gales, Hail, Snow, Lightning and
Hea Waves Come in
' Succession.. r''.
I LA D
CHICAGO, " June 8. (Associated ! ed Press by Federal W
ss by Federal Wiraless) Froak. prospect of an attempt n
i, .i.j .v -.ii lu,of President lluerta 's
weather extended throughout all the
Northern States 'yesterday, the reports
of unusual, conditions toining in from
every weather bureau office from Penn
sylvania to the Pacific Const. '
From Points Reyes and Loboa (fame
reports of a gale which blew at the
rate of eighty-four miles an hour and
did considerable damage. ' ' !
From Oregon poin.s come reports of
hailstorms, , snowstorms auj . he ivy
wind. .' ..' . ; ': ; :
j- ' . Dsathv and Suffering.
GREEN HAY, Wi.nsin, June 5.
(Associated Press by Federal Wireless)
fcVoies were driven from thir homes
here yesterday and others were held
prisoners within their bouses as the re
sult of an electrical storm, which de
ranged the telephone aud electric light
services and was the cause of a large
number of fires, duo to fused iufctalla
tions. ; '. '
In Northern Ohio two deaths resulted
from an electrical storm, the victims
being struck by lightning.
Throughout ' Misrouri, Kansas and
Oklahoma there has been much suffering
and some damage to the crop because
of an unusual, beat wave. . ..
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FAT FEDERAL JOB
WASHINGTON, June 4. (Assocl
atad Press by.Fedurul Wireless) Sec
retary of the Interior Franklin K. Lane
has iiumed, Mark lauiol of Culiforuia
general superinteudeut of all nation xl
parka, ',, . - - . . :
ALL PUFFED U
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Recent Victories Decide Hint Not
to Ecrly to Questions '
' ' from Niagara.'
FL PASt), Texas, June S. (Associ-
atel Press by Federal Wireless) Pro
visional President Carranxa, "of the
Constitutionalists, announced here last
night, through his agents, that he will
not end any answer to the request of
the ' mediators in session at Niagara
Falls, who denim to know whether or
not he is willing to submit the settle
ment of the internal affairs of Mexico
to mediation and settlement, until be
has entered Jraltilio at the head 6t his
victorious army. N'ot'only will he re
fuse to reply to the mediators, but he
will refuse to issue any proclamation
dealing -with tho formation of a pro
visional government until he is in a
position to more or less . dictate the
terms npoa which any provisional gov
ernment is to be formed.
' . Gaining Ground, -General
Carrun.;i is said, to he highly
edited at the reports he has received
the, past two days from the Constitu
tional lender in the field. From Ma
ratl in tonics 'nil oiluinl report that th4
revolationiata havo cut of the Ban Bias
garrison from 1 tha rest of the Federal
lorces in weat Mexico ana that the
" a rert t.. aio
been received by the Constitutionalist
headquarters 'that the important city
of CoUma has been captured and that
tho Constitutionalists under General
Villa have made Important advances at
Guadalajara, ' ; '
Genernl Agulla, the Constitutionalist
leader in the State of Vera Crux, who
has been named by Carranxa as tha Gov
ernor of the fUate, sends word that he
has taken possession of Tantima and
Tantoyiica and js in a position to move
-forward t a moment V notice. . ! '
( Mediators Mark Tim.
NIAGAHA FALLb, Ontario, Juno 5.
(Associated Press by'Federal Wire
less) iNo word having been received
from General Carrnnza as to whether
or not he will agree to submit the. set
tlement of the internal affair of Mexl
io to mediation, as a preliminary ' to
having his representatives here admit
ted to the conferences, the mediators
and the representative of the United!
Htates and lluerta 1 made no attempt
yesterday to proceed with their work.
To Blockade Tamplco.
. WA8HIN0TON, June 4. (Associat-
pon the part
blockade tha port of Tanipico is the
chief topic of discussion in connection
with the Mexican situation iu Wash
IngUm today. . . s . , . i
Whether lluerta could successfully
carry out such a blockade is questioned.
However, the fact that the possibility
of such a move is being considered is
tuke'u to intimate that inside informa
tion has been received which tells of
the contemplation of such plans.
VERA CKUZ, Mexico, June 4. As
sociated Press by Federal Wireless),
Keports from Mexico state that Presi
dent lluerta js willing to abdicate but
that the price he demands is that his
every act be officially legalized. '
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DIE If! OuEKI
PORTSMOUTH, England, June 8.
(Associated Press by Federal Wireless)
Commander Kice, R. N., and Lieut.
Thomas Uresswell, B. N., were drown
ed yesterday when the aeroplane, in
which they were making a trial flight
over Southampton, plunged iuto the
sea, '. ',;-!'..
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'A few siarks from, the chiinnev of
the Eagle Cafe started a -small blase
in a gutter on the Waverly Block last
night at nine o'clock. The blaxe wa
extinguished in short order by the Are
department. Ho damage waa done.
- SLMI - WEEKLY.
SIGOS OF ACTIVITY
Turnouts at Precinct Nominations
, Last Night Satisfactory
in Most Cases.
Nominations of candidates for- club
oflln rs nnd delegates (o the Bepnblicau
territorial convention, which will be
hel l In Honolulu on duly, 13 next, were
made last .night by the Repub
lican precinct clubs throughout the
Territory. , Xext Thursday night the
election of the officers and delegutes
will take place. From the reports sent
in to The Advertiser last night, from
many of the precinct clots cu Onhu,
there will be but few1 contest .when
the club meet on Thursday night. '
The clubs in the lonnj and filth dis
tricts had good attendances,, in most
instances, at the meetings ' held last
night. In most cases ono ticket was
oflered and that was accepted- without
question by those present In casus ot
this nature a ballot cast by the secre
tary. of the club next Thursday night
will elect the officers and delegates. -
There was an interesting meeting oi
the member of the eighth precinct club,
in Sun Antonio Hall, a full set of o.li
cers being nominated. Former Treas
urer A. L MatKaye was elected assist
ant secretary to take up the work ot
making a complete new precinct roll
of the Republicans eligible to member
ship. President Lorrin Andrews brought
thu matter up, stating that this wa
one of the most important matters for
the club to act upon at this time.
The eighth precinct Republican club
has gone on reeed in the most em
phatic manner that all members shall
be residents of the precinct, and when
former President A. D. Castro moveu
out of the precinct he tendered his res
ignation of the office he had held so
successfully to several terms, conso
quetitly all who are not on the roll
as regular residents of the precinct al
leaBt thiity days before the primaries
must resign. This wa stated at the
meeting by President Andrews.
Arrangement were decided upon for
the new officers, alter tho election next
Thursday evening, which will be at tbt
store of A. V. Peters, Sao Antonio
building, to meet and organize a thor
ough persunal canvass of tho precinct
in .behalf ' the club. ,(, . '; . , '
. . Cohen for Mayor. ' -
In the sixth of tho fourth, Kskaaka,
the club went' unanimously on record
for J. ('. Cohen for mayor" and J. C
Quinn for supervisor.' . - .
' Nominated and Elected.' :'
Returns from sixteen precincts of the
fourth and fifth districts show: . "
First of tha Fourth,
E. A. Berndt, president; J. V. wChild,
vice-president; Ueorge May, second
vice-presideut; ,' Duuiel Logan, secre
tary; Moreno K. Ilulu, assistant sec
retary; J. 0. Hedemtinn, treasurer;
judges of election K. II. Hoyen, W. K.
Macl'herson and George Makaleua; ex
ecutive committee T. M. I'hiirc.h, Jo
seph Mcfluire, Mamuel F. Nott and K
A. Doulhitt; delegates to the territorial
convention Henry Preitas, Albion F.
Clark and 8. K. Paulo. . ; , , ;
- ' Third of tha Fourth. , '
A, It. Tarlcton, president; J. B. Knos
vice-president; Charles Kapahu, second
ice-president; Eugene Huflandeau, sec
retary; Ueorge Maile, assistant re ro
tary; Frank E. Blake, treasurer; execu
tive committee L. J.. Warren, Oeorge
8, Curry, Etien P. liow and John Vivi
chaves; judges of election Malcolm
Maeintyre, B. F, Beard more and D. F.
Thrum; delegates to the territorial con
vention Oeorge 0. Guild, A. Lewis Jr.
and Kben P. Low.. - ' ,
" .-v. Fifth of tha F'orth. ; 1 ' ;
Lawrence M. Judd, president; O. C.
Swain, vice-president; John Watt, sec
ond vice-president'; William Thompson,
secretary; C. O. Owen, assistant secre
tary; Hherwood M, Lowrey, treasurer;
executive committee 0. W. Ziegler, O,
G. Ballentyne, Guy If. Buttolph and
John Lucas; judge ef election J. C
Hearle, Mark Weil and W. C. Parke;
delegates to the territorial convention
-"Lawrence M. Judd and W. M. Thomp
son. Sixth of tha roorth.
Charles M. Costa, president; M. J.
Kcaloha, vice-president; John Kaaua,
second vice-pre-ldent; 8olomoa llano
Batio, aecretary; Thomas 8-iffery Jr., as
sistant secretary; A. Manuwai, treas
urer; executive committee Andrew I.
Bright, W. llulhui, ;A)fred Kaill aud
Paul Kanoa Clarnmn; judges of clei
tion Koahou, J. hL Mahial and N. Ka
bapea; delegates to the territorial con
ventionAlbert Manuwai, J. M. Ke
aloba and John Aylett. '
SeTenth of tha Fourth.'
J. C. Cohen, president; K. K. Lill'ta
lani, Vice-president; Dr. J.' T, McDon
aid, second vico president ; Gustave
Rose, secretary; ahsistant . secretary,
none named; t harle G. Bartlott. treu
urer; executive committee J. CAQuinn,
Peter Baron, J. K. Nakila, a fourth not
Icing named; judges of election J. P,
Kauikapu, Bolomou Kahoohalahala and
Dan Kaleikea; delegates Peter Baron,
W, Puahala and E. K, LillksUni, ;
, ' ;' Eighth of tha Fourth.
Lorrin Andrews, president; John Ka
mauoulu, vice president; A, H. R, VI
erra, second vice president) M, J. 8er
pa, secretary; A. L. MacKaye, assist
ant secretary; - W. C, Moore, treasurer;
Elmer L. Schwarzberg, A. V. Peter, B.
t'amara and M. G. Kantos, executive
committee; w, U. Kiiey, chairman;
Manuel Phillips, Jr., and Edward Wood
ward, iudges of election; Arthur L.
I (Continued oo Page Four,)
PROF. RALPH S. IIOSMER,
Who Becomes Member of
. Cornell Faculty.
GOES TO GOnnELL
Accepts Offer of Professorship of
.'' Forestry in Leading School
of Forestry In World. , .
Raljih 8. Hosmer, territbriul forester,
has cabled his acceptance of a position
recently offered him as profess r of
forestry in charge of the Cornell school
of Forestry. lje has presented ' hie
resignation to the territorial board ol
agriculture and forestry to'take effect
September 1st. ' '
Albert Waterhouse, acting president
of the board stated yesterday that the
board will undoubtedly accept Mr. Hos
mer's resignation. There is no other
course, as his resignation is absolute.'
Service in Hawaii. ...
. Mr. UoHiner waa appviuted territorial
superintendent vf furestry in December
I!l3, having been recommended for the
position, t.v Gilford. Pjni hot. 11 ii t;radu
ated at Harvard with the degree ot
uarnivor or Agricultural Wcjenee in
Ki and was appointed au assistant in
the Uivihiou ift Hulls of. tha United
States Depnrtuient of Agriculture jn
I KIMS, in 1VH he trunsf erred to the
Division of forestry under Dr,B.; E.
r'ernow and continued in that service
uutil lyn.'i, I)o'tor Fernow la. the mean
time having been succeeded as elilei
forester by Gilford Pinchot.- Mr. Hos
mer received the degree of Master 6f
Forestry from tho Yale Forest Hchixd
iu 111(12, i- '
Foremost Forest School.
It is an interesting circumstance, that
Mr. Hosmer tuiw becomes the head ol
the Cornell Forest Hchool Which wan
organized by Ir. B. E. Fernow after
he resigned from the department ot
agriculture. The Cornell Forest b'choul
was the second to be established is the
United Htates but it now ranks as one
of the foremost of the educational in
stitutions of the world devoted Solely
to that branch of file sciences, r
Eecognition of. Credit , : '
: Prof. Ralph 8. Hosmer ' selection by
the trustees of Cornell University to
All this important position reflects high
credit on the kiud of service that he
has rendered to the people of Hawaii
during the past eleven years, and Is an
acknowledgement of hia high standing
among scientific men.
, Uuiicr Hosmer 'a efficient supervision
a system of forest reserve has been
built up throughout all tb Islands
which place Hawaii far in advance ot
any of the ritates ia this practical line
of. conservation. These will remain a
perpetual monument to the excellence
of his judgment and the stesdlast, plod
ding eftlciency, of public service well
rendered. , , . .
College Regent '
Mr. Hosmer wa made chairman of
the territorial conservation commission
by Governor Frear and was also ap
pointed a regent of the College of Ha
waii.'' He . has represented this terri
tory as the official delegate to the Na
tional Irrigation Congress and to vari
ous other national conventions devoted
to questions concerning forestry, irri
gation and conservation. . .
LIKELY TO RECOVER
It was reported from Fort Bhafter
Hospital last uight that James (juigley,
the private in Company Gr Kecond In
fantry, who wa injured on Wednesday
Bight by being run Into by an auto
mobile, driven by Vincent Freitas, was
restiug easily and was on the, load to
recovery. ' .;'',';
Examination nt the hospital showed
that the injured man sustained several
internal iajnrie which, though painful,
are not serious, ,
No blame is attached, to the driver
for the accident by the police.
DURYEA TO MATTEAWAN
NEW YORK, June 5. (Associated
Press by Federal Wireless) Chester
Duryea ha been committed to the asy
lum for the criminally insaue at Mat
WHOLE NIIMI'.F.R 39m
United States Army Officer, For
mer Governor Judge Whitney
and Former Attorney General
Are All Mentioned' in Late t
"Straight Dope" Reardinj
Federal Court Mix-up.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., former attor
ney general of the Territory and one of
the best knowu lawyers of Honolulu,
has been recommended fur the position
of Investigator," or" prosecutor, which
ever term is the more appropriate, in
the McCarn-McBride row of recent oc
currence. This is official nnd the story
comes from the best of authorities.
There Was a short confercnee in Jud;r
Sanford B. Dole's chambers in thu fed
eral court quarters yesterday nt wlib h,
besides Judge Dole, there were, present
Judge Charles F. demons, Alexander
Lindsay, Jr., and United Htates l)intrl. t
Attorney Jeff'MeCarn. None of thu
conferees would say a word anent t!.t
business discussed at tha conference;
there was nothing for publication, whs
the invariable reply when the query win
put to them.
.Judge William L. Whitney has now
been brought into the-alfair, although
he was silent yesterday when approach
ed on the subject. It is known, how
ever, that a certain officer of the Cnil
ed State Army called upon Judge Whit
ney and asked him if he would recom
mend some one for the position ofr in
vestigator or prosecutor in tho Me-Carn-iti
rtr'ide affair, i ll; is understood
that the name of Alexander Lindsny,
Jr.,- wa the one suggested by Jud;:n
Lindsay's ii nine rauio up npim r -terday
and It is repotted that lie :i 1
suggested by Jude Lindt-ay to Ju.l
Dole. When seen yesterday, Ju l i
Lindsay would neither admit nor ..;.
the story. Ho had nothing to s:iy,
claimed Judge Lindsay.,' Here the mut
ter rests, apparently but it is certain
that Lindsay's name was sent to Wsmi
Ington yesterilay and bis appoint incut
by the ' depurtinuHt of justice is ex
pected to be announced toduy.
. Alexander Liudsny, Jr., was asKociut
ed with Attorney Claudius McP.ride in
the defense of the Freemau f!ot.a S- I
vrster conspiracy case, out of which
arose the fight between McCum and Me
ftrlde and the charge made against M -Cam
by McUrido that the termor hud
committed an assault and battery upon
him with a deadly weapon. The district
attorney was arrested and the grand
jury on Tuesday took tip an invest if
tion of the whole alTuir, the investiga
tion being continued until Tuvsduy of
next week. '
It is said that Judge Whitney, in rec
ommending Lindsay, admitted that ha
knew Liiiilsay hud been associate! with
MvCarn in the (Sylvester case, but that
notwithstanding thJit he thought Lind
say the right man for the, place. For
mer Governor Frear, now in Wnsliing
ton, is credited with Laving recommend
ed Judge Whitney to Attorney Uciieral
Melfccynold as a man who could bo
trusted to recommend an impartial iu
. Much Cabling.
' An Important cable la said to have
been received yesterilay by Judge lo:o
from Washington, (Shortly after, the
conference mentioned above took place.
Then, it is claimed, a reply was sent by
cable to the department of justice at
Washington. H is known Unit L'nitcd
Htates District Attorney Met 'arn hns
sent many cabla message to Washing
ton and has received as many. TboMt
sent have been, - in many instances,
lengthy, but the reIiea have beeu very
"Tha McCarn-McBrlde row is a pub
lie affair," said an attorney yesterday,
"and I can't seo why the olli. iuls lu re
should refuse to give the public, an in
sight into all tho cable mcsMigi-s which
have been sent at the expense of the
public,- Mr. MeCarn is a public, bflieial;
Attorney M-t4iride is another; their
fight wa Common property the moment
it occurred and what theru is doing In
this regard the public should know. I
cannot see why the public U kept iu
, RESTRAINT OF TRADH
DES MOINES, Iowa, June 4. (As
sociated Pres by Federal Wireless)
Oflieiais and members of ths Natiyui,!
Association of Master Plumbers uu t
(even State organizations to ths num
ber of thirty-six have been Indicted for
an infraction of, tha .Sherman Ann
Several of the oflieiais are members
of the national orgauizttion, the others
being sibilated with locul subsidiary or