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No. 9 1 1.45 p. m.
IofiTPr, Aon. 3H. For Altmqnerqrtie
and vicinity: , Partly cloudy with
shower In north portion tonight or
GET THE NEWS FIRST
ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. AUGUST 28. 1909.
SIX CARS ARE RUING
OF TEN STARTED AT
Accidents Caused Four of the
Entries In Twcnty-Four
Horse Power Race
ONE was Kiii
Ttrrllic Speed Resulted In ueath
of Mechanician When Big
Cars Collided But Acci
dents Don't Stop
Brighton Bench. X. Y.. Aug. J!. J
Tile record ai 7 o'clock this morning,
nine hours uiur thu start of the 24
hjur automobile race on the new
motordrome, was one killed, oik
badly Injured and another painfully
burned, and a policeman crippled.
The fatal smash occurred last night,
wrecking the Stearns car and crush
ing the lite out of Mechanician
During the night there were many
spills. A policeman named Corriguri
v. as badly injured through the over
turning of a metal lamp .post, knock
ed over by one of the racers that
skidded while going at top epeed.
Corrlgan's right leg was broken and
his left kneeMislocated.
Corrigan was taken to the hospital
whore Driver Crosse of the wrecked
Stearns car is being treated for In
juries to his spine. The doctors sa;
that both men will probably recover.
Driver Hughce, whose clothing took
fire after a collision between two big
cars, was painfully burned, but not
Eight of the original ten starters
remained In the race at the end of
the ninth hour, 'the two withdrawn
being the demolished Stearns nnd a
Fiat, which was badly bent and
twisted durin the third hour. Acme
Xo. 4, which was driven desperately
through the Infield fence by A. H
Van Tyne to avoid a collision, was
tiuickly repaired and will make a
tti-ong bid for first honors.
During the ninth hour the Rainier
broke a icylinder and lost over .'10
miles while undergoing repairs. At
the end of the twelfth hour the
Haupt and Lozier cars had with
drawn, leaving six still competing.
OF HIS SHORTAGE
Postmaster at .Ionic. Hi-ought Here
and Confessed to Taking Gov
(.'Ian ii' ,-e li. Phillips, the postmaster
a" Jeniez, who was found short in his
accounts and brought to the city last
night by Postoftlce Inspector Dutton
and Jack Dixon, last night made a
written confession of his nilsdee.'s
and was hound over to the I'ni'.id
States grand jury under 30n bonds,
which he had not raised at a late
Phillips was caretaker of the J.-ne z
Hot Springs before he became post
master, and very little is known of
his past. He will tell practically
nothing. His shortage in a fc'
months amounted to J:l.1.
According to the I'nited Sta'.s
marshal's office the government re
ceived no report from l'hillips all
during the year he a.i in office.
After numerous requests for a report
Inspector Dutton was sent to make
an investigation, which resulted In
Phillips' arrest. M. Abouselman and
Dr. Shields, one a merchant of Jcmex
and the other a physician, were Phil
lips' bnn.ii-meii, and they made good
the shortage. Both were witness s
before I'nited States Commissioner
Whiting last night at a pr. liniiii u y
hearing held in United States Mar
shal Koraki r's office.
STKEirr CU TI HNED 0 EIS.
Denver. Aug. Motormnn !ei.
E. la st and six passengers wa re more :
or less seriously Injured at midnight
when a tramway car turned over after
striking a curve while going at high j
sj'eed. The accident occurred at an
unlighted corner and is said to haw
been the result of East s unfamiliarity
with the road. Mrs. C. F. Sando'
icn, of flolden, uffered severe in
ternal injuries and Is In a critical
GKOI'Mts mil IHVOKCE
EXIST IX PLI'.VI V
Supreme Court Justice Thinks There
Are More Reasons Thau the
Old I.uw I'reM-rllKiii.
Detroit Aug. 28. Among the h ad
ing jurists of the I'nited Statif, here
to attend the sessions of the American
Par association, is former Justice
Henry li. Brown of the United States
"I have no quarrel with Cardinal
C'hhons on the divorce question," he
said. "The cardinal and I differ on
one point; he regards divorce uti a
monitor, while I cannot accept for my
own views such a radical stand. I
believe the church certainly should
have a right to discipline as It pleases
such of Its members as offend Its laws
agains-t divorce and the re-marriage
of divorced persons. I believe, how
ever, that there are other groundj
for divorce tha.i those mentioned la
the Mosaic law.''
INTO ACTIVE VOIAAXO
III Order to Investigate He Had Hint
self liuwered Into Crater
'Toklo. Aug. 2S. Frofessor J. Kodg
er, president 'of the American Uni
versity Union, who has been her?
lecturing on the scientific evidence of
biblical truths, has accomplished a
hazardous undertaking never before
i.ttempted. For the purpose of lr.-'
estlgation he descended 100 feet into
the crater of the active volcano,
Asama, using a chair and pulley
worked through the assistance of sev
tral stalwart missionaries. The Jap
anese were astounded at the daring
of the feat, which they had the., ht
impossible of execution.
Atfama volcano Is about eighty
rriles northwest of 'Toklo. It is 8.SLJ
foet high, and though still active
its last great erujition took place In
TWO MUX KILLED
IX MINE EXPIOSION
I toiler I lieu I'p, Shattering Windows
in Town Fifteen Miles Away.
Carthage, Mo., Aug. is. Two men
w re killed outright and a third bad
ly Injjred by the explosion of n boil
er in the plant of the Slow Seven
."train and (ius
both of Webb C
at Xeck City, fifteen
of Carthage fa's
dead ure: George
in Ed. Higgins, a
r. was badly mangled and will
The explosion followed a mis-
reudlng of the water gauge. Every
ambulance in the county was sum
moned to the scene.
DELAYED IN FLIGHT
One of the lh'opcllors. Broke and the
Count Can't I teach Berlin
lief ore Tonight.
Berlin, Aug- The Zeppelin air
ship, which" left Frit'dtrichshafcn for
Merlin, a distance of 430 miles, yes
terday morning at 4:30, but w hich was
compelled to hind yesterday afternoon
at Xuremherg to effect repairs, started
from the latter place at 2:111 this
morning. Xear ltouiiehurg the air
ship lost olio of its propellors, which
greatly reduced its speed. It cannot
reach here before' night. The em
peror is receiving bulletins telling of
the progress of the dirigible in the
dead soldi fi: was son
of wealthy family
f uneral at tile Presidio Interrupted
by Telegram Ordering Jiody
held to Pittsburg.
San Francisco. Aug. 'is. Win n the
body of Private John P. o'i.'ran wi s
about to be lowered in u soldier's
grave at the Xational cemetery In the
Pri slillo, a telegram was received bv
Colonel I.undeen. notifying him thai
thi boy who had enlisted in Troop G
of the Fourteenth cavalry and died
at Camp Sequoia August :! 1 was the
s.n of City Solicitor Charley A.
O'Hrien of Pittsburg, in the sear.-a
lor whom a fortune had been spent
in the last three years by hi dis
The xin pin arrangements for the
I uriul were hastily interrupted, an. I,
fillowing the request of his father,
lie body will be sent to Pittsburg.
TO Kit, A Tl'XNEL
OX SWASTIKA IT.OI'KKTV.
Col. Hunter and sodntcs I 'In n to
Show What the Prospect Cim
taliis in the Wii) ttt lire.
The Swastika Mining company. Col.
A. P. Hunter, promoter and manager,
will be the llrst company to take im
proved machinery into the Coyote
mining district for deep mining. This
machinery includes a miih:I steam
hoisting engine, h Sullian drill and
an air compressor. According to Col.
Hunter these tine, pieces uf mach
inery have been shipped for Albuquer
que and will be set up on the Swastika
property and be used by contractors
who will undertake u ."im foot tunnel
job, which the company will let im
mediately. The Swastika property now includes
a h ill- l.".i feel deep, along, a well
lb fined had vdn. and a number of
uiipri fi ntious buildings. The contract
which will be let now will open up the
vi in 6TiH feet below Kround and ex
perls believe that this depth should
develop a paying ore body and show
the true value of the mine. The
machinery purchased by the company
will greatly reduce the cost of dinging. '
1 1. ill, is. Aug
.-iipi tint, nileia
itY ills will:.
L'v- K. H. Flanary
of the registry de-
postoliice, was sin. .
partment in th
and fatally wounded ny his divorced
wife at noon today. The shooting
tuok place In the business district of
the city. The woman was arrested.
KHOWEKS IX KSsi.
Kunsas City, Aug. '.'!. Showers
were general over northern and cen
tral Kansas last night and tile coru
will be greatly benefitted.
STOCKS CLIMB RAPIDLY
AFTER GOOD REPORT
Losses of the Past Few Days
Regained as Street
VISITOR AT ARDEN
Whether Harrlmn Is Able to Talk
Business or Whether He
Wants Financial Mat-
lers Cleared Ud !s
Arden. X. V., Aug. US. Either K.
II. Harriiuan is not too ill to discus-
business or else he wishes to clear up
iirtaln financial matters as soon as
as possible. These -are the two
divergent views of the tlying visit
made n the financier in his moun
tain fastness by Jacob Sell i IT, tile Xew
The circle around llarriman
drawn closer than ever today,
newspapermen or strangers wen
lowed to use the telephone at
I ostoliice or general store. SehnT,
i Iter his visit, denied that ilaniman
is in such condition that an operation
is necessary or that one is eonlciu
leateil. lie said Ilariman Is In good
spirits and is "feeling Well."
Xew York, Aug. L!H. Conlliet ing
rumors concerning the health of llar
riman found reflection in the stock
market again today. Tile selling
movement in Hariiiiian stocks see;
Union Pacific down to 1!U7, live
points below yesterday's ' close, ici I
Southern Paeilic to 1 :: r. , a loss of 1 .
Xew York Central was off z poinn
and sited common i . The (teller li
list Hold off in sympathy and tne sell
ing movement was strongly sugges
tive of wholesale liquidation.
The downward course of the mar
ket was arrested during tin second
hour when a statement was issued
denying the report iii.it Ilaniman Is
to undergo an operation, loisimes li
the tirst hour aggregated ll.'iii.iiijn
shares, over tin per cent ol which was
in Union pacific. Southern Pacific,
Steel and Reading.
The dying out of toe early scare
was reflected In a constantly broad
ening and strengthening of the ma. -K-t,
which readied its climax at tie.'
dose. Union Paeilic was hid for
eagerly anil went up 3 points from
the lowest to III? . where it rested.
Full recoveries were ehown in Home
other stocks, particularly in Steel,
which was heavily absorbed around
Ti'.j. The market was extremely
stong and active at the linisii.
WILL BE DISTRIBUTED
Ifiv iih-nil and Interest Pay inciU ii.
ScpleinlH'i' Will Show Itlg
Xew York. Aug. 'is. -
oi the total dividend
paynn nls in September
at Jmi. 111111,111)0, showing
i ver similar paynn tits
which, in turn, gained
in be placed
a large gain
U'liT ligiifes. I i v i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 si up
te dale declared payable for Septem
ber aggregate tln.li'.i'.i.oini, ;ls against
tail. :is, mm in l'.oii. and $ 33, 37 l.tmu
ii, Scpti mb. r. 1'oiT. interest due on
bends of every character amounts to
3s. Jin. "'in. as compared wild J:tJ,
ii.'.T.ioin last year and $3l'.Ji'ii,oiin lie
the same month of limT.
lulling lh- nine moiitlin of t.'.e
I I. sent year tie re will have been
laid out some $ 1. el 1.23 1. nun. w hi ii
I.-' about J IJii.inoi linn mole than was
disliiii s, iluring the similar period
I;, SI year, ami almost equals the total
o 1." V..!!H3,imiii for Ho entire y.:,r
intmvMii in i;ii u.
.Muskogee. Okla. Aug. is. While
bathing with his family and a party
ol friends in the 'Irani! river near
here last night. Jann-s Livingston, of
Wagoner. ikla , was drowned and his
six-y. ar-old won, whom be was carry
ing on bis hack. narrowly escaped
ilealii. Mrs. James J. Booney. of
Paris, Texas, resciiiil the boy. Liv
ingston was formerly a well known
i a 1 1 ! l a i s. i of i'i X.is
IMH V 1. 1 111, 'MPS l
t.OI.KI N OITi: PAItK
San Francisco. Aug. Yielding
to the call of her bl I for tae soli
tude of the wooded land. Bertha
Bocha. an Indian girl, 16 years of
age. who lias liein a servant in the
home of Mrs. Margarita Salona. a
Mixieau woman living in thi city,
for seviral years, left tile house two
I'ays ago to camp among the trees
in ilolib n (iule park, living on bir Is
scared at the lake's lim. sleeping un
der the stars at night ami 'lodging the
strolling visitors by day.
: i Hi the summit of a steep hill In
lie big park, the girl fashioned a
, 1 1 usli tepee, hiding it cunningly
jinong the dose growing trees. Here,
she passed two nights, and her retreat
was discovered only ' when the light
of her tiny campflre attracted the no
tice of a vigilant patrolman.
The girl is' of some southern trlba
and speaks only Spanish. Her rela
tives are all dead, according to her
Through an interpreter she said at
the police station that she was tired
of civilization and planned to huild
herself a home among the trees of
Sutro forest. Just south of the park.
AlUXOXA MIXES HELP
H W EI ill XIPEIl TOTAL
One MIim Ahme Furnishes Hlg rrt
of the Annual Output lYom
Phoenix. Aug. 2S. The copper
niinen of America are outputtlng at
the rate of somewhat over 1,360,000,
000 pounds of the red metal per an
num. The current expense of recov
ering this .product Is 1138,037.000, the
cost ranging from to 12 cents
per pound. The average is 10 cents.
In the first group the Boston News
Bureau Includes all companies mak
ing copper for 9 cents and under.
Lake upejior, with the premier Cal
umet & Hecla, contributed 141.000,
t00 pounds of thi 4S3.O0O.000 pound
tctal, or about 30 per cent. The Cop
per tjucen of Arizona furnishes 60,
HtiO.OOO pounds. The balance of the
"honor class" Is made up of Xorth
Butte. Mammoth, Calumet & Arlzonn.
the Ely mines and a number of small
CHILHItEX TO t.lIKET TAIT.
Chicago. Aug. 2S. The greatest
gathering of school children in th
history of Chicago will assemble to do
honor to President Taft when he i
ils Chicago September 16. Final
plans for the great reviews by the
president in the Hire,, divisions of trie
city Were made til lay on receipt of
i. letter from the president's sec ro
tary, Theodore W. Kobinson, sayln'i
that the school children's parade met
with the president's favor.
It lis estimated that nearly '.'T.fmn
children will take part in the parade.
Imported .Men (Jail, 'strikers iiiiealen
OITUiuls nml Troop (.iiaid
the 1 Mil lit.
Pittsburg. Aug. 'is. The situation
throughout the stvCtie district of the
Pressed Steel Car eompH ny at McKees
Kocks Is tense today. The wholesale
desertions of imported nieti yesterday
and the stories t id of alleged brutal
ity accorded them inside the plant has
caused resentment among the strikers
and sympathizers. Troopers, deputy
sheriffs and police remain close to the
mill. Cards threatening dentil are
being received through the mail by
minor officials of the company.
HUBBELL IS SUED
County Commissioner Instruct Dis
trict Attorney to I'ile Suit.
The county commissioni is t Ii ' -morning,
at a special session called
by Chairman i irunnfeld, instructed
Uistrict Attorney Klock to start suit
against former County Treasurer F
A. Htiobdl to recover money alleged
to have been collected by him from
ihe Bank of Commerce on county
lunds while county treasurer. The
amount to be sued for Was not nien
tl. ned in the minutes of the meeting.
A request or Dr. W. O. Tight, pres.
iiieiit of the Twenty-ninth Xi w Mex
ico lair, for the appointment of ten
i xt.a deputy sheriffs to patrol tli
fair grounds during the lair was
Two bill, one for the salary ol
County School Superintendent Stmup
and another for freight on disinfect
ants ordered for tin unty jail, were
approved and the i h rk was or b red
to draw warrants for the imo.
At 3 o'clock this afti moon, less
I than six hours after the suit w as or
li.ercd. District Attorney Klock libd
I two suits agaiucl former Treasurer
f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 one In the ntinie of tile t'l
iilorv of Xew Mexico and lb. other
in tin- name of the county. The llrst
lis for the recoveiy of money ali'ged
to have been collected ),y the defen
dant as Interest on territorial funds,
and the other is for the reco,. ry of
money alleged to have I n collected
ny the defendant as till, lest on ciillll-
I tv funds The complaints do not
mention t lie amounts sued for, slat
ing that the 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 i IT has no nieaii'
of knowing, but asks that the Bank
of Commerce be made to show what
tlie amounts were, if any. The Bank
of Commerce Is made a party to the
suit, but the complaint sets forth in
its dosing paragraph that "no person
j' claim is made against the defen
uaiit. Bank of Commerce."
Pilot essoic stvs iubi.i:
NOT ENTIUI.LY "KM.IWL
Chicago. Aug. js 'liie Bible is not
original with its supposed compilers
according vo opinions expressed yes
terday by Prof, (braid B. Smith of
Ihe faculty of the divinity department
of the University of Chicago.
"Theologians of today aiv acquaint
ed, as those of former day were not,
with the reality and vitality of noii
t.'hristlati religion, and in the Investi
gation of tin (ild Testament ivligi n
it has beiti found that many of its
elements were derived from Israel's
contact with Babylon. There are cl
ement In e very pagan religion which
every Christian is compel!) 1 to reciej
ii iie a truth."
BIG CONTEST AT
Curtlss Made the Best Time
Around the Course
and Will Get
BEAT FRENCHMAN '
BY FIVE SECONDS
Blerlot Came In Strong at the
Finish and Other Naviga
tors Made Good Records
In the Contest .
Bhciins, Aug. 2. Glenn II. Curtlss,
an American aviator, won the Inter
national cup contest today. The cup
is awarded to the aeroplanlst who
makes the best time on two rounds
of th-- course, a distance of 12.42'
miles. It is the main event of avlu-l
lion week. I
Curtlss completed the first round in
7 minutes, 57 2-5 seconds. He mule
the second round In 7 minutes, "i3 1-3
seconds. Before starting in the con
test. Curtlss made a trial heat in 7
minutes, uo 1-5 seconds. All three
rounds defeated the best previous
records of all aviators.
I.cfevbre's time for the llrst round
yvas !i minutes, 45 4-5 seconds, and
for the whole distance, 20 minutes,
4 7 2-5 seconds. Blerlot covered the
tirst round In 7 minutes, 53 3-5 sec
onds. His time for the two laps was
15 minutes, 1-5 seconds, or five sec
onds slower than Curtlss' time for the
Curtlss' llight was masterly. His
machine lifted before every turn und
swept around the turns on the down
grade. During the trial heat, he said,
his aeroplane encountered peculiar air
currents. C'j.pecUb; utvtt . hiv,'' vcj o
plane graveyard" where he said Ihe
air si emed to "boll."
,As Leon de la ('.range was turning
the llrst pylon in the course of an
exhibition flight at the conclusion of
the main event, the propeller of his
machine broke and the aeroplane fell
heavily to the ground. Fortunately,
bis height at the time did not exceed
25 feet. He waH badly bruised and
shaken, but no bones were broken.
LOCAL liFLOKS GO
TG EASTERN MARKET
I'il'sl Carload Will lie Shipped Today
mid Throe Cars a Week Will
He the Output.
The tirst carload of AlbuiUeiiUe
cantaloupes to be shipped to eastei u
markets by the members of the Albu
querque Cantaloupe Croyvcrs' associa
tion through their agents, tin. Criiteh
fleid & Woolfolk company of Pitts
burg. Pa., is now being loaded on the
local track and will leave some lime
today. The mi Ions are of the finest
grown in the southwest und it is un
derstood that a ready market awaitsi
them in the east at fairly go d prices.
The shipment of today will consist
f aoout .taU crates or more than
.'..7". noions and similar shipment)
ale expected to be made on all aver
age of three times a week until the
melon season closes. As soon as the
ear now on the track is I aded and
shipped this afternoon, another car
will be started which, in all probab
ility, will be finished ami consigned to
the eastern markets about Monday
The beginning of tin .shipment of
cantaloupes by the A !buiiieripn:
Cantaloupe Growers' association will
reduce, ti a great xtent, the over
crowding of the local markets. From
now mi. only the culls or ripe melons
will be marketed in this cily. while
those which will stand shipping, will
he loaded on the local track and coii-Miglie-I
to astern market.
MWV lilliAlis TTEMi:H
rcNEitXL or oi it iti:siii:T
Services for li. Parson Held al
Home of Her Ihtugliter
The body of Mrs. Kva McXair-Pur-sons
was laid to rest in Fairview cent
i tery yesterday, afternoon about 5
o'clock after most solemn services
both at the home und the grave. The
funeral was held at the home of the
bereaved daughter, Mrs. .Summers
Hurkhart, of West Copper avenue, and
the house was crowded with sorrow
ing friends. Many beautiful Moral of
ferings covered the casket. An elab
orate musical program was carried
out. The sjt. John's F.plscopal church
quartette composed of Mrs. Hoy Mc
Donald, Mrs. J. A. Ilubhs, Mr. Frank
Kerinaii and -Mr. Harry Bullard sang
two songs, with Mrs. Maynard Gunsul
a accompanist. Dr. Fletcher Cook,
rector of St. John's, conducted the
services, and Mrs. Parson's many
friends looked upon her face for the
lust tlmo. The pall-bearers were
brother attorneys of Mr. Hurkhart
and old friends of the deceased. They
were James G. Fitch, of Socorro;
Mayor Felix Lester. Xiell B. Field.
Harvey B. Furgusson R. V. D. Bryan
and A. A. Keen. Mrs. Parsons was 70
years old and had lived In Albuquer
que eighteen years.
MILLION M UN
TO UK I'MOMZEI)
Federation of Labor Has Re-gun Task
of Getting Steel Workers
Pittsburg, Aug. 28. The Federa
tion of Labor has begun one of the
biggest moves In organizing workmen
that has been attempted In decades.
The first work In among the strikers
at the McKees Rocks plant of tM
Pressed Bteel Car company. It Is the
gathering of all grades and classes of
men who work In tb,o iron and steel
Industry under one great labor or
ganization. It Is believed that half
a million men can he gathered under
this- head. The move Is ald to be
against the United States Steel cor
poration. The trust already' has taken
the alarm and through the Presse 1
Steel Car company here Is trying to
stop the activity.
HAIMIIMAX'S SOX WILL
HE A liKAKE.MAX
Clilcngo, Aug. 2S. Having
pleted the first Installment
practical experience that Is to
to some (lay step into his
ulace at tJie head of one of the reHt.
est rallvvav systems In the world, i consult with Delegate Andrews, tha
Walter A. liHrrlman. eldest son of , Commercial club and the cltlsens gen
Edward H. Harrlman, Is on his wayleraI,Jr 88 t0 the Program for Presl
to Xew York. j dent Taft's visit and reception. As
Mr. Ilarrltnnn said he would con- Albuquerque will be the only place in
tinue his railroad education this win-. New Mexico where the president will
ter, but not with a chain gang.
"I've got to 'wise up' on all branches
of the business," he said. "After a
visit home und a short vacation, I
expect to start In at the business! Governor Curry will entertain to
again. I am planning to spend much' night at dinner for the supreme court
tlmo In the operating department. 'Judges and fifteen other officials and
I'll probably take a Job as a fireman
MAY COST IRE
Postmaster (ieneral Considers Plan of
Adding Two Cents to the
ten centtt Instead of
cents I o
register a letter as soon as Postmaster celpt of inmates after October llrst.
General Hitchcock puts tht present The territorial supreme court today
plan of the department into an olTi-, affirmed the Judgment oi the lower
dal order. The special committee up-j court In the case of Territory vs. RJ
pointed by Hitchcock to investigate , cardo A hi rid, appellant, sentenced at
the registry system met with him yes-. .Santa Fe for assuult with deadly
terday morning and the necessity of weapon; and in Territory vs. George
an Increase was discussed. Another, B. Woodward, et al, from Bernalillo
meeting will be held Monday. Itegis
try officials from a ibmen of ihe larg
est postofflccs of the I'nited States w ill
be invited to attend.
The postmaster general js author
ized by law to charge u registry fee as
high as twenty cents, if it becomes
necessary in order to prevent a deficit
in the system, it Is understood, how
ever, that the fee will not be Increased
more than two cents. In 1 874 it was
reduced from fifteen to eight cents,
but it was Increased to ten In the fol
lowing year. The fee was again re
duced to eight cents In 1MI.V This
reduction however, did not Increase
the amount of registered business and
the revenues of the registry system '
fell behind, aml'tltc government was Lnmberton. Is spreading this Informu
loslug several million dollars n year tion throughout the country: "SenJ
through Its operation. I your mad dogs to me."
j She Is n orphan and wealthy
BUMPS IN STREET
TO STOP MOTORISTS!
Chicago Poire Will Make
Killing; I 'or Thoe Who Fvceed
the Sieed Limit.
fields of c
Aug. 2. Beckless llllto-
making Chicago's streets
image, are to be slopped,
arrests of drivers speeding
are expected to follow the
decision of Colonel Lcmj ''. .steward,
general superintendent of police, to
devote tile energies of the department
to make Ihe streets safe for other ve
hicles and for pedestrians. The task
will he one of his llrst important ones
In his new office.
The toll by the juggernauts
pleasure in dead and injured
reached such an alarming .Mint
that Colonel Steward believes as great a
task confronts the police in makinu
the streets safe from tin in as In pro
tecting them from the hold-up man
and thug. His determination t
action came as the result of a
him by John J. Ilanlieig. e.
sinner of public works.
If the police are unable to
quick results, "bumps" or rid-,'
be reeled In every block
III in is-
Hl IN M llltK . i
Lincoln. Aug. jv- A three u.i:;-'
drouth in Xi rbaska was broken by
gi in ral showers last night and today.
I . is expected that part or the corn
i I op ,v ill be saved.
IN BIO (.It MU V M.I.I .V.
Xew (Mieaiis. Aug. 2K. - According .
to weather bureau officials the trop
ica! storm that sw.pt northward'
across the western portion of the gulf
last night has moved inland and today
Is centered over the Klo Ciande val-1
ley. It Is In lievi d to be iliiiiini-iicil' '
In Intensity. '
TO FIX DETAILS OF.
The Governor Will Consult
With Citizens About A
TO S A 6R1SHAW
Rio Arriba County Alan Asked to
Take Coal Inspector's Job.
Governor Gives Dinner
Santa Fe, X. M., Aug. 28. Governor
Curry and Secretary Jaffa will go to
A'ouquerque tomorrow rorenoon to
make a stop. It is desired to tender
him a reception there that will Im
press upon him the hospitality of th
people of New Mexico.
members of the bar,
. To Succeed GriniNliaw,
Governor Curry today tendered the
position of coal oil Inspector to Ven
ceslao Jaramlllo, Rio-Arrlba county,
vice Samuel B. Orlmshaw, who will
be appointed postmaster at Santa Fe.
.He appointed James O. Fitch of Soc
, orro a trustee of the Xew Mexico
School of Mines vice P. J..Suvnge, who
( has removed to' El Paso und whose
term expires on the , first of the
Jj.y.:- Lisue.'ibe'vr'NiJ.tiintlon today
regvitneiZ h" law- fa-viat)pg -thf :a-tor .
matory at Springer open for the re
county, suit on appearance bond,
WANTS MAD DOGS
She Believes Herself Immune Front
Hydrophobia and Will EMati
llsli Hospital for
Trenton. X. J., Aug.
us she believes, fnun
Miss Minnie Manners.
Naders of the younger
one of tivs
social set at
enough to carry ou4 every detail of
her plan for having an asylum tir
dogrt afflicted with rubies. She has
turned over her beautiful estate to
using animals and mis hired veter
inarians and a surgeon to assist her.
She has been bitten live times bv
n.ad dogs and in the tirst three fcViu
took the Pastenr treatment, but In
the last two flic took no treatment.
hf.i:p si: sauioi:
HEFOIti: .11 im.e cui;
Convinced .fudge Crate That He
Hud Seen u Ship anil Was Al
lowed to Continue His
"What's your business'.' ' asked
Police Judge Craig of a Hon of Ire
laud when the latter was brought be
fore him this morning to answer a.
charge of vagrancy.
"i.ii'm a sailor, but out of a berth,"
answered the son of Krin. with a
brogue us thick as tlie water in tho
"You don't look
nic" said tile Judge
you ever saw a ship.
"Didn't ( il now '"'
a sailor t
"en" d'ye think ( i
ii' a wagon','"
The court was .-olivine 1 and gavo
the Irishman clearance papern for
hi. other port.
TOKPFDO I h i: LINK
roit issfn4.i:k shiis
Loudon. Aug. JH. - Ki i i lit tests of
the t irpedo life line carrying appara
tus, the invention of a Swedish en
gineer. Col. Wilhi Im I nge, by the ud
ii i i lit 1 1 v at Whale island, have been so
satisfactory that it is said a number
of ocean passi-ugei'-cai 1 v ing lilies will
soon eipiiji their vessels w'th the ap
paratus. The invention is th" result of a,
loard of trade inquiry for an appar
atus that would throw a life line :f
bast ::ni yards without deflection by
the wind In the tests the I'nge ap
paratus was successful over a distance
rangiun fi'iu 374 yards to 3X0 yards,
in a stiff side w ind.