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house close in with large screen room, i Terms to suit purchaser if desired. ? E. E. PASCOE i 110 North Center Street 4. MONEY TO LOAN on Improved city EPUBLI X or country property from JjOO to X M J20,000. E. E. PASCOE !! 110 North Center St Phoenix, Arir. TWENTIETH YEAR. 14 PAGES. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1909. 14 PAGES. VOL. XX. NO. 30. THE ABIZONA HIGH OF CALHOUN Closing Argument of Pros ecutor Heney ' HE THREATENS DEFAMERS Granting of Immunity to Sup ervisors Was Necessary to Successful Unearthing of Plot Remarks on Bosses and Bossism. Pan Frnn iseo, June IT. Prosecutor He ney laid down his half-completed argument in the case of Patrick Cal houn tonight, after relating his ambi tion to become district attorney of the new administration in San Francisco. aft--r outlining, with all the vehemence of his fiery disposition, the theory of the prosecution that ten It to connect the president of the I'nited P.ailroads with the charge of bribery that has served us the basis of a five months' trial. Mr. Heney expects to conclude by to morrow afternoon at the hour of ad journment, and it is hoped that Judge William P. Uiwlur, after the submis sion ot the argument, will elect to give his instructions, which will require abort three hours to deliver, and will give the case to the jury in a night session. e itherwise the instructions will be deferred until Saturday morn its: .Mr. Heriov exploited the history of several political bosses with whose his tory he manifested acquaintance, "do down the line," said the speaker. "Re member Tweed of Xew York, li'jtler of .Missouri, "Blind Chris" Uuckley, Sam Rainey and Phil Crimmins ,f San lYamisen. Can yo.i recall whether they divided with their subordinates? I o you suppose they prospered with out the co-eperation of the men they put in office?" He attempted to demonstrate to the jury that tiie prosecution had no course open save to grant immunity to the supervisors who gave the most direct testimony against the defendant, and lie related in every detail the history of Abraham Ruef. Kug.ne E. Sehmitz and the other men charged with com plicity in the bribery of the labor union administration. fine of the s-vcral dramatic features of the lay was wiien Mr. Heney, reach ing a discussion of tile activities of William M. Abbott of the legal force of the I'nited Railroads, walked to a. point opposite Mr. Calhoun, and. shak ing his l inger at the subject of hl.s dls-ooar.-e. said: "I am talking about William M. Abbott, than whom no 'milder villain ever cut a throat or scut tled a ship. In appearance a Sunday - school superintendent, he is yet one of the men who was responsible for this record of black iniquity." , Mr. Heney spoke in a courtroom packed to the doors, and crowded be yond the doors into the lobby of Car lenter's hall. A score of women stood all afternoon jn the throng at the back of the big auditorium, anil twenty jm Mcemen wearied of their task long be fore the available seats were filled. The disappointed residue of spectators were driven anay from the entrance by mounted patrolmen. Ju Ige Frank 1 1. Dunne, before w hom several of the graft defendants have been tried, shared the bench with Judge I.aulor, and the large audience included several prominent clergymen. in tl,e sohj.-ct of bossism, Mr. Heney :aid: "What a spectacle is this for American citizens. The history of the country shows that the menace to our existence a'1 a republic lies in our leat cities, where we foster the bosses. Hosscs arc not created they merely take advantage of conditions. They are supported by two classes, as they were a' the time of the second election of Sehmitz. in- holds forth in the tenderloin, when' they want a permit to commit crime, to run opium joints, dance halls and to rob drunken men, hoping ti arrange it that the police may be blinded. The other class preys from above. They ar the people who live on Pacific avenue and in the so called fashionable- neighborhoods. They want higher dividends from their in vestments in their gas and railway and telephone privileges. "Put you don't mean that they join hands with the tenderloin to accom plish those ends? Yes, that's exactly what I do mean. An that Is what makes the boss possible, r.y pending the Ruefs .ml that ilk to the peni tentiary j on do not change conditions; you metelv create, a vacancy for an other boss." Mr. Heney said he was w illing to de vote his time to a principle; that he hail b. en forced bv conditions to ac cept a nomination for district attorney of San t-'rancisco, and he bitterly scored the attorneys for the defense on account of their cr;t:i ism if hi acceptance of funds from HnJolph Spreche'.s. For an hour he defended himself and his associates from attacks made upon th.' gralt prosecution. Marly in his address be assailed the defense for what he declared to be abuse heapcl ujMin him and his col leagues by the attorneys for the de fense, ami lie dramatically gave notice that never again would he stand such villification from any man in a court room. It is practically assured that Mr. Heney's address will continue through out tomorrow's session oC the court. PROTEST AGAINST U. S. STEEL. Paris, June 17. The federation of French merchants lodged with the ministers of the interior finance and foreign affairs a protest against list ing the stock of I'nited States Steel on the French bourse. THE LABOR COMMISSIONERS Rochester. X. Y., June 17. National labor commissioners at the closing session of the convention today elected Charles P. Xeill I'nited States com missioner of labor president. The name of the association was changed to the International Association of Hureaus of Labor. AGAINST SUFFRAGE Cardinal G bbons Address to College Girls. Emmettsburg. June 17. In an ad dress to the girl graduates of St. Joseph's college ami academy today. Cardinal Oibbons declared against woman suffrage, saying "I am entirely opposed to woman suffrage. If you are protected ny the male sex, what more do you want.' Preach to your fathers and mothers. Woe be to so ciety if it lnnl to depend upon the male sex alone, it would certainly go to the devil." OTHER INDICTMENTS AGAINST JAPANESE IN CASE OF HONOLULU CON SPIRACY. The Territorial Grand Jury Also Re turns Bills. Honolulu, June 17 Following the Indictment of several Japanese strike leaders last Friday, the territorial grand jury returned additional indict ments today against Y. Soga. F. Maki no. M. Nagoro, K. Kawamura, Y. Tas ttka and Y. Xashira for conspiracy to commit murder and incite others to crime. An indic tment for assault was found against Sugvvara. who is accused of attempting to collect funds for the strikers by violence. In addition to these Indictments, thirteen striking Japanese at Waihahu plantation were indicted for assault upon a police officer and for rioting Tn view of the vigorous action of the authorities, the strikers are much de pressed. A replevin su't brought to recover the paiiers seized in the office of the Jiji by High Sheriff Henry was dis missed. The Japanese cefnsul general. I'yeno, is investigating the alleged de struction "f the safe of Editor Soga, of that newspaper, which was broken open by the authorities. Twenty-five arrests upon indict ments returned by the grand jury were made today. High Sheriff Wil liam Henry stated tonight that the striking Japanese have organized in small groups of twenty each with a captain in charge of each group, to report and prevent desertions from their ranks. By this method, it is hoped to hold the dissatisfied and wavering members in line. Makino. imc of the 'leaders, who was indicted and arrested today, declares the strik ers have a commissary fund that will keep them in food for six months. AMERICAN OCTOPUSSES RELIEVE AFRICAN LIONS Mr. Roosevelt Discharges a Broadside Through the Outlook. New York. June 17. There is a dis cussion of the political problems con fronting the country through the di ve lopiiH Iit of the power of great cor porations made in the vigorous lan guage of Mr. Roosevelt in an article in this week's Outlook. The subject is "The Thraldom of a Xame." Mr. Roosevelt says it behooves the people never to be misled by designing men who appeal to reverence for an antipa thy toward a given name in order to ac hieve an alien purpose. The rule of the mob being as tyrannical as the rule of a single individual. "If business mj'st be hurt by the stern exposure of crookedness as a re sult of efforts to punish crooked men, then business must be hurt, even though good men are involved in the hurting." It is essential to wrest the control of the government out, of the hands of rich mem. The first reepiisite is to provide means to deal adeciuately with the corporations. Hut it wHI be just as dangerous to put the government into the hands of demagogues and vis ionaries. The article closes with a criticism of certain kinds of newspa pers. YOUTHFUL MURDERER. A Navajo Boy Who Reduced the Num ber of His Relatives by Four. S:lt Lai e "N;;, June 17 !Mn Tso, A. C, a fi; tecn-v car-old ."'.i.ajo Indian boy. picaclc d gi;ilt today in the United State s district court to tiie charge of murdering fovr of his relatives several months ago at Aneath. in a remote part of the state. lie was sentenced by Judge Mar shall to serve ten years' imprisonment in the federal prison at Leavenworth. Kan., and to pay a fine of $:,no. CONVIVIALITY OF IS. GOULD Is Still Subject of Inquiry in . Separation Suit THE SUBJECT BORES HER Cross Examiner Ranges All Through Scenes of Her Al leged Misconduct But Lin gers Affectionately About the Gould Wine Cellar. Xevv York, June 17. The spot-light of the cross-examination continued to oscillate today in the trial of Mrs. Howard Cmuld's suit for separation from the estate at Castle Could and the St. Regis hotel, to the farm at Plue Cap. Va.. and the Could yacht, and back to New York again, but ex cept for the moments when it lingered on Dusiin Farnum. it never got very far away from the I utl.-r's keys to the wine cellar. DeLaney Xicoll, counsel for the hus band, was willing enough to adduce testimony that the wile was affable when herself, if jmly he could bring her good nature into contrast with tes timony that tended to show her to be violent, abusive, uncertain in her mo tives and confused i n he r actions when she was alleged to have been drinking. There was no abatement of Mrs. Gould s ordeal, and as the burden of reiteration grew heavier, she shrank visibly and a look of pain came into her eyes as if, though she might have read or seen such things, it was a new realization for her to hear them ap plied directly to herself. WHERE GAMES WERE PLAYED ON BASEBALL FIELDS The Weather Was Unfriendly to the Nationals. National At Chicago P.. H. K. 7 3 6 2 Hergeu; Brooklyn Chicago Batteries Hunter Drown and Moran. and At St. Louis Boston n. ii. e. 3 8 2 4 9 2 St Louis .. Batteries White and Graham; Lush and Phelps. At Cincinnati Cincinnati-Philadelphia game postponed on account of wet grounds. At Pittsburg Xew York-Pittsburg game postponed on account of rain. American. At Boston (Morning; P.. II F. Chicago 9 Boston 2 ! Batteries Bums and Owens; Burch ell and Carrigan and Madden. Afternoon Rami H. H. K. Boston t; (; j Chicago .'. l r 1 Batteries Ilyan and Carrigan; Smith and Sullivan and Payne. At Philadlephia P.. II. E. Lctroit 4 o Philadelphia i 7 i Batteries Summers and Stanage; Plunk, Dygt-rt, Coombs and Thomas. At Xtw York Ii. 11. E. Cleveland 3 8 1 Xevv York 2 !l 1 Batteries Berger anil Bemis; War hop, Hughes and Kl. inovv. At Washington (Five innings) B. H. E. Washington r, it 3 St. Louis 1 fi 1 Coast. At San Francisco n. 11. E. Los Angeles 1 3 (1 Oakland 0 4 1 Batteries Brisvvalter and orendorfr, Xelson and LaLonge. At Portland p. 1 1. E. Portland fi 12 5 San Francisco 9 g 3 Batteries Garrett and Armbrust. r; Henley and Berry. At I -os An Roles No game. THE SUGAR TRUST. The Government Going to Look Into It Agair. Xew York, June 17. That a new inquiry into the alleged misdeeds of the so-called sugar trust is alsuit to be made was indicated here today. It was announced that the federal grand jury subpoenas had been issued for Receiver George H. Earl, his counsel and all the witnesses in the recent suit brought by the Pennsylva nia Sugar Refining company against the American Sugar Refining com pany for alleged violations of the Sherman anti-trust law. POSTMASTER, NO ROBBER Spokane, .June 17. Xels Hunt, for mer postmaster at Cataldo, Ida., has been cleared of the charge of aiding in the robbery of the Northern Pa cific train at Trent. AUTOMOBILE RACES. Seventeen Cars Will Start Over the Crown Point Course. Crown Point, Inch, June 17. Creat crowds began arriving tonight for the opening of the automobile races over the Crown Point-Lowell circuit of 23.8 miles tomorrow. It wiLS expected that there would be eighteen cars in the race, but the with drawal of the Ford reduced the num- OLDFIELO'S RECORD GONE A New Time For the 25 Mile Auto Run. Readville, Mass, June 17. Averaging 4-r seconds for eac h of th.- 2."i cir cuits of the one mile Beadville track, today, Ralph Ie Palma, driving a sixty horsepower Fiat car, set a new world's record for 2", miles, the fin ish flag luing dropped 23 minutes and 35 seconds after it had been waved for the start. l)e Pnlma's new record displaces the mark of 23 minutes, and 3S .1-5 seconds made by Barmy 1 ildfield at Fresno, Cal., December 13. 1U4. 0 THE INLAND EMPIRE CALLED TO ARMS TO RESIST THE TYRANNY OF THE COAST. ' ' V . The Commission's Ruling in Spokane Case Insisted Upon. Spokane, Wash, June 17. Graham B. Dennis, a millionajre mine ami ware house owner, who operated the first electric- railway in the Northwest in Spokane and the third on the conti nent, has issued an oiwn letter to the people of the Inland Empire and in terior cities west of Denver, urging them to insist upon the enforcement of the original order IS' the Interstate Commerce Commission in the Spokane rate case. He also declares that the future of the interior points lies in the institution of supplemental suits to cover 1,100 other commodity- rates in dispute. He says that the strongest political influence is being brought to bear by the Pacific coast to secure a molification of the recent order, add ing: "Apiwrciitlv , contrary to the pro visions of the law. the Spokane case seems to be merging into a stage where the railroads and the coast cities are attempting to fix the rates for the commission,, or at least to act as the commission's advisors over the protests of the complainants. In view of this, every interior town should send one or more dele gates to the hearing next Se'-ptember and advise its con gressional representative to support Spokane- in this battle, in the outcome of which the entire intermountain country is vitally concerned." WEATHER TODAY. Washington. June 17. Forecast for Arizona: Fair Friday and Saturday. THE PUBLIC MULCTED Br WORKING AGREEMENT A Fact Brought Out in Investigation of the Coal Combination. New York. June 17 W. W. Rule, statistician of the anthracite coal companies, was a witness today in the governments suit charging the coal roads with maintaining an illegal combination. Questioned as to a working agreement, following the settlement of the strike of 191)2 through the intervention of President Roosevelt, by which the miners were to receive one per cent increase in wages lor every five cents advance above S4.5H a ton made by mine own ers. Rule admitted that the coal com panies likely received at least as much from the increase in price as did the miners. "So. if labor received S17.0ini.on0 more in wages since the strike in 192 ami the operators bent fitted equally, the public must have paid $34, 1100,(1011 more for coal'.'" "I suppose so," said the witness. ALLEGED DEFECTS In the System of Government Inspec tion of Meats. East St. Leads, III., June 17. An of cial investigation of the charges against the government meat inspec tion system at the National Stock Yards here was begun today liy a board selected by Secretary of Agri culture Wilson, headed by Dr. A. D. Melvin, chief of the bureau of animal industry. The' sessions were behind closed doors. ARIZONIA PENSIONERS Washington, June 17. (Special.) XV. R. W'ardner has been appointed postmaster at Polaris, Ariz., vice A. B. Rogers, declined. Pensions have been granted to James R. Russell of Kingman and Nathaniel D. Heeler of Bisbee $12 each: increase to Madison Resinger of Nogales from 112 to $20. i; s Finance Committee Will Not Heed Argument FOR FREE WOOD PULP Mr. Aldrich and Others De cline to Accept Showing That Canadian Wages and Cost of Production Higher Than in This Country. Washington, June 17. The fight to place wood pulp and print paper on the free list opened in the senate today, unde r the leader ship of Se nator Brown of Nebraska. Going over to the por tiein of the chamber in which Senators Aldrich, Hule, Frv e. Lodge, Gallinger, Smoot and cither leaders have their seats, the Nebraskan stood in the mielst of the opo-dng force and with good nature parried thrusts that came to him from all quarters as he deliv ered a telling speech in be half of the cause. Showing familiarity with all available- information on the wood pulp and paper schedule-, Mr. Brown frequently quoted from varieeus authorities tej sus tain his conte ntion that wood pulp and print paper both are proiuced In the Fnited States vvili cheaper labor and cheaper material, resulting in a cheaM-r product than can be obtained in Canada. Turning t i his re-publican colV itrues, he asked them how, in view e;f that fact, they could justify a duty -m these products for the "protection of labor." Senator Allrich and Senator Hale flatly contradicted these statements in reference to wages and the cost of production. They insisted that the re port of the c'jmmitte-e of the house of representatives, from which Mr. Brown quoted, was lacking in accurate testi mony, and contende-el that, even accept ing that report. It could not be maln tainel that the United States had an aelvantage in the production. The senate adopted the window glass schedule, placing a lower duty than Is provided either by the Dingley law or the house bilL ' Be cause of the intense competition by German manufacturers, the duty j on illustrate! post cards was increased 320 per cent, above the Dingley law. The schedules relating to lithographic pape rs, calendars, cigar ba-nels and such products were adopted. JOCKEYING FOR PLACE, Only the Democrats Do Not Want to Get in Front. Washington, June 17. When the in come tax comes up in the senate to morrow, Mr. Alelri' h, chairman of the finance committee, will again move that action be cb-terred until after the schedules in the tariff bill are com pleted. This motion will carry with it Presi dent Taft's prbgram for the enactment of a law taxing the net earnings of corporations, and the adoption eif a resolution submitting the question of amending the constitution so as tei I ermit congress to levy an Income tax without regard to its apportionment among the states. At a caucus of tiie democratic sen ators today it was decided that the minority shall stand by their previous declaration in favor of the enactment of an income tax law at the present session. The caucus was well attend ed and opinion was expressed that the administration movement is designed to prevent the income tax plan from reac hing a vote. , Pre vious to caucus there was a dis cussion in the democratic cloak room of the president's program. It was suggested that Mr. Bailey might with draw his amendment until after Mr. Aldrich presents his amendment for a tax em the earnings of corporations. The purpose will be to avoid the offer ing of the president's plan as a sub stitute for the income tax amendment. The Bailey amendment could then be offered after the corporation tax amendment was before the senate and a motion to table or refer to a com mittee could displace it. Thus a di rect vote e-n the amendment could not be prevented. THE RATE ON PETROLEUM. Washington, June 17. The senate committee on finance will not present an amendment placing a duty on petroleum, but such amendment will he offered by Senator Penrose, a mem ber of the committee, on the floor of the senate. It is expected that Mr. Aldrich will accept it. The rate to be proposed is one-half cent a gallon em crude oil, and 25 per cent ad Valorem on refined nil, gaso line, benzine- naphtha, parafine and similar products of petroleum. The amendment w ill provide also that there shall be no drawback on petroleum. DEMOCRATS CAN'T FIND OUT. Washington, D. C, June 17. After a wrangle of nearly an hour, the dem ocrats in the house failed to obtain the passage of a resolution calling upon the state department for reports of foreign wages and the cost of produc- tion in foreign countries, except Ger many. Representative Hull of Tennessee, author of the resolution, made a point of no quorum. The house then ad journed after the roll call until Mo day. A MEXICAN STANDARD The People of Mexico Will Control the Oil Business There. Mexico City, June 17. That the Mexican people int mleel to do every thing in tiieir power to control trie oil situation in this country is indicated by information of a $25,0'iii.ouii (Mexi can money) company, the Mexicana Compania cle Potrole Aguila. S. A., of which GuiKerma I.and.i y Escando, governor 01 me tecteral district is president. The company has acquired all concessions for the development. exploitation and marke ting of native crude ami refined oils. FORD CARS CHANGE PLACES. No. 1 is Now Leading in the Race to Seattle. Montpelier, ldahej, June 17. The Ford car No. 1 has taken the lead in the New York to Seattle race. It ar rived here at 4 p. m. and left soon afterwards, its crew expecting to reach Pocate-l!o by morning. The Forel No. 2 is second, and was reported at Cokeville, Wyo., this aft ernoon. The Sh.lvvrnut car is broken down at Nugget Canyon, 5i) miles east of Montpelier. -o- MEETING AT HELSINGFORS OF THE TWO EMPERORS EXCHANGES OF ROYAL VISITS YESTERDAY. A Sharp Rebuke Administered to Intruding Vessel. Ilelsingfors, June 17. After tiie visit of the czar t-i Emperor William on board the imperial yacht llohen zollern. Emperor William went aboard the Standart and remained until 5:3n p.m. The German emperor's party included He-rr Yon Scheien, secretary for foreign affairs, Count Vuun Peer tales, the German ambassador to Rus sia, and Lieutenant General Vim Pies sen. The Russian emperor anil em press were attended by Premier Stoly pin and Foreign Minister Iswolsky. The meeting of the monarches was most cordial. Later Emperor Nicho las made costly presents to General von I'lessen and Count Zu Eulenberg, and conferred high orders on Herr von Se-hoen and the other members of the suite. The German emperor 1 gave a dinner this evening on board j the Hohenzollern, his guests includ- ing the Russian emperor anil em ! press and the ir respective suites. BRITISH STEAMER GOT TOO NEAR. Stockholm, June 17. Dispatches re ceived here from Ilelsingfors, Finland, confirm the news that the British steamer Wood burn, of Newcastle', was fired on by a vessel of the Russian squadron in Pitkipas Bay. the ren dezvous of Emperor Nicholas and Emperor William. The first was a blank charge, but this was followed by two shells. Por tions of the shells penetrated the bulkheads and the boiler of the Wood burn. The engineer was wounded in the leg and was taken aboard the Russian cruiser Asia, where his wounds were dressed. After making repairs, the Wood burn sailed tonight for her home. WIDESPREAD INTEREST III THE YUMA LANDS The Interior Department Being Del uged With Inquiries. Washington, D. C. June 17. (Spe cial ) Applications from California and other state s, besides from the ter ritory, are pouring into the department of the interior and to Delegate Cam eron for information about th-- open ing of the Yuma irrigation lands. The applicants are being notified that nothing will he done at present a-s to the opening of the lands, hut the in eiuirers will be presented with applica tion blanks as soon as the land effice can promulgate instructions abeiut the opening. Racyclc f Is the largest selling, easiest running, strongest and fastest bicycle in the world. Sold only by Griswold, the Bicycle man. 23-27 East Adams St. We sell $20. With a good Bicycle Coaster Brake for for $23. Special attention given to re pairing Phonographs. Pneumatic and Solid Tires. WW" " " H' i'i I I1 JThe REDUCTION ON WATCH REPAIRING. Best Main Springs elsewhere S1.50. Our price '..-S1.00 Thorough Cleaning elsewhere 81.50. Our price Sl.OO Correspondingly low prices on all Jewelry and Watch Repairing. All work is done by EXPERT WORKMEN and absolutely guaranteed for una year. N. FRIEDMAN, Manufacturing Jeweler. S3 West Washington St. Prompt attention to Mail Orders. j A PROUD DAY FOR WRIGHTS Dayton's Celebration in Honor of the-Aviators KEPT RETURNING TO WORK But the Recipients of the Hon or Managed to See Snatches of the Show Their Towns people Had Prepared For Them. Dayton, June 17. In the city in w hich they a few years ago began in obsc urity, their first experiments with flying machines, nrviile and Wilbur Wright today received the homage of their tevvnspeople. Estoit-d by brass bands, led be neath triumphal arches, and through streets decorated with models of their aeroplanes, and praised in public- spee ches, the brothers appeared tiie least conscious that anything un usual was going on. Wh-n that part of the program was reached which read: "Responses by the Wrights." Wilbur and Orville each arose and said: "Thartk you. geiietlemen." This is how the Wright brothers sunt the elay: ! -A. M. Left their work in the aeroplane shop and in their shirt sleeves went out in the street to hear ry whistle and bei: in town blow ane! ring for ten minutes. s:lu A. M. Returned to work. in A. M. Drove in a parade to the opening ceremony of the "Home Com ing Celebration.' 11 A. M. Returned to work. Noon Reunion at dinn'r with Bis hop Miller Wright, the father; Miss Katherine Wright, the sister: Reich lin Wright of Tor.gonoxie, Has., a brother and Loren. another brother. 11:30 P. M. Reviewed a parade giv en in their homir in- the downtown streets. 4 I. M. Worked two hours pack ing up parts of the aeroplane for shipments to Washington. S P. M. Attended a public recep- tion. 9 P. M. Saw a pyr.itechnical dis play on the river front, in which their own portraits, 80 feet high and en twined in an American flag, were show n. When the fireworks were over Wil bur turned t.i Orville and said: "Let's hurry heme; you know we have to ge t up early." Flutte ring in banners and gay deco rations, Dayton left nothing undone to honor the aviators. Business was suspended except for the sale of toy airships and postcards illustrative of the Wright's home and of Huffman prairies, where in IS11.I the Wrigiits made th- ir first long a-.-roplane flight. HEAD OF WAR COLLEGE General Bliss Transferred Position. to That Washington, June 17. Rriadier Ccnerii.1 Tasker II. Blis,, recently de tached fr -m command jf t.'ie army in the Philippines, was notified today of his assignment to dui. a.' pre-u-ebnt of tiie arrr.y war college, at tl.c- Wasi ington b-irrn--!;s, to suc ceed Rii-raelier Genenl W. W. Wdh-er-.ji.ion. 'l.insfemcl i duly as assist ant chi- f e:f staff. -H-i-:-H--H-J-K"!-I-H-H--H-:-4-!-- I Unlimited Funds I To Loan i on improved Salt River Valley farm lands and income business prop erty. NO DELAY. t Dwight B. Heard Center and Adams St?