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iir'gfl'B Ptwmmtms&ssBB&M&m&iffis$sS2u '&. - ' THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS BISBEE, ARIZONA SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7. 1911. V . NUMBER 33. ill liptlWIHHHIrT-niTi-ir -,r ... .at. -r- ! nr r. rr ' "'"'""" ' ' P -aM' -' p -.1-..-. .- ti.-, . . T - -js- ,f "vnd BuaMac i . -r, iii" i ii i w n itiTi-i rr i i in , i . n mil i imii n n r, '""' "" " ' ' : . i ; U i 'V I ll r i I 1 I fl at s i If Ai J t LlffiraST J CONTROLS HI RETAIL ffliS Attorney General Begins Suit That Will Grow Into a Mighty Battle With the Giant Combine NO COMPETITION IN "SELLING TO CONSUMER if Retailer Cuts Prices He Is Put on, Blacklist and Is Unable to Buy Stock (Br Victor Elliott. ) WASHINGTON. June 16. When Aitorney Wickersham recently flled a suit for the dissolution in the New York circuit court of the 'Lumber Trust" as a conspiracy and monopoly in restraint of trade it Aits supposed Hint kq only cjiitem 1 iated within tin- purview of the suit u very siuttt portion of the grcnteM iiilegetl moaopoi) that is counts w ide. The sett is directed against a --.icup of lumbe- dealeis in the east ern states. , including the Eastern States Retail Lumber .Dealers' as sciatica, a ,Neu Vork oorporatiJt', ilir cetitrai body of nine other, de undan) orEnizationsf Richard' W White, of New York, William P. M' bnde of Philadelphia, and Lottit A Mansfield, of Now Haven, iw officers and dlroetors, -including Wil ham T. eolfflr.-of Washington. I' C, and the following sw!Hterv toncerufi: v . The New Yoik Lumber Trade as sociatlon, the Standing Material Men's association of Westchester county. New York, the Lumber Deal ers' association of Connecticut, the Massachusetta Retail Lumber Den1 crs" association, the Lumbar Deal ers assiciation of Khode Inland, an.l the Retail Lumber Dealers' aseocia fr.n of Baltimore. ttJter with th otflcers and directors of the loilom ifi vnlumpAr saAru4ntinns The New Jersey Lumbermen s Protective at - sociatlonr Retail lumbermen's as sociation of, Philadelphia, ami the Lumber Exchange oi the District of i olumbia. Only the Beginning. From fart sathwed here In the u( iartmem of justice and "from the bureau of corporations, both KOtren- j i-ent deirtuienu hannp liad the lumber trade under their omcuti e for tour tim'' past, it was as certained thut thi ' act'on, although j hviu hiimiu ii .-wic a '. 1 I .1.1.1.. 1.. ......u. a . .. fn- learning effoct. is only the begin ning of a number of (wits tht will be flled against the giant of a" i! ista, for it t pointed out that all the country like organizations-half been formed, comi-oeed of whole salers, retailers, manufacturers, white pine associations, express as- fcociauons aim a iwwmiui ira.ww- rf ..J v .,hrfBfhvf l kt n Vf UTAfWV ik one of the dominating factors of !( iun.ber irut The lumber trust is an orjianiza t.on appaientiy not under the con trol af any one rrrtictilar cutnpnn or board of directors, such as th isndard Oil trust of the American Tobacco iompany. Rut as far as the facts are now known, the trust exei tises oontro' tfarooKh a number "i subsidiary organizations, in some ucdergroimd manner. The line of de barkation, however, has been brought down tc a fine point by the investigators or ttc department of justice and of the bureau of corpora ifms. who have fouid that the na tional lumber manufacturers asso iafion Is ploseJv allied with all the stihRldiarr concorns. as well as the. lind Just what thi relation Is. ba not been disclosed In the govern ii t-nt brief, nut ofltcials declare that the government has the "goods and. w'U deliv'or them a' the proper tint ''prefering to await a real action .i. court before disclosing to te m frndants their line of attack. How Prices Are Fixed, it is supposed that te csntnM o: pners in nil parts of th omirtr is ixea ihrouah Manufactnrer wciaOon. each week the as sociation maks a compilation Of l.rices, gatheretl from dealers all fr the country, showtas. or Pr--.-irfimj to skow the price at wMrt thev have been selling ramber dnr m? the week covered by !? r jort Jnet here Is vBere Ue conspt'--tc. if any. occuiv, for mlarivings have been aroused as to whether ip fact this circular Is morels' 2 re port on prioes changed in the past. - i an announcement of what prices i ; to be for a certain period In tfce future. If It is the latter. It Is of jrreat ijaportancf as it wonW be tsood evidence, th'at a conwpyacy did exist and that some central agency was exclusively "hgwted in flhi prices for aH famfeer dealers in th" country. - Lawyerc of the department assert iliat proof has bee dlseovored that r'll (at 'He ennneotfon btec ciatlons aiw a Pw" "Z " i-HADLEY WORKS IN A sociation. The latter, it Us sw.tnHUl-!-L..vIuJ?.Q? " -.I tCon'inued on Page 4.) Sensational Trial of Cook, Embezzler, Ends; to Instruct Jury Today Man Charged With Stealing from Big Four- Declares warriner Innocent i CINCINNATI. June 16. The ending of a sensational trial came today when attorneys representing the prosecu- 1-tlon and defense in tho case against kdgar S. Cook, charged with emboz bllng $24,000 from the Dig Four rail road, said they would forego their arguments. The court thereupon an nounced that Instructions would be given to the Jury today. Tho defense began and ended today and Cook, himself gave practically the entire testimony upon which lt rests. He denied emphatically that he ever stole a dollar from -he Big Four or committed any dishonest acts In iiis nfe. Ho also denied be was aware that Chas. L. Warriner .was short $613,000. ' He then stmtied "his bearers by de claring: "I know 'Warriner was not short and 1 can prove It if I .get a chance." ST. US ill HIS III STATE OF F1IIC . x Another Big Firo Occurs There , n ., , ana rOl'Ce Ate Re- niiPc.tpH in fiat Rtisw qUBbteU 10 oei DUSy . ST. LOUIS. June 16. Mill owners' here are In a state of panic as a re-1 tle White House grounds. suit of disastrous fires on two sue- Th Ruest list will include friends cesslve days and their appeals to tlom alt P3118 r the coumr). Near the iwlice department resulted in or-!' everybody in olficial life in ders to captains of all districts to ashingf on has been invited, and place special details of rolicemen at 1'ivltaUons have been seut to Fer all planing mills, box factories, lum- "'nK bo hare entertained the pro ber yards and like establishments. ldon'v,in hls tn.?8, l? membo.I?t r tlH ssooooo Lost Last Nlaht republican national committeo. to A SIXrLnreonh9aama6edtt" offlcta. -iiotincaUon'' comn.itteo the mill warehouse and lumber yards hU?W0rniedt.iPn" -J? r ,. xyiiiim f i-..n itr.i,,rinr i nomination to prominent clergymen of the William G Lrye Mnufacturing, .T .- 1,--M, f - .c 1 c5mnany to. the extent of JW0.0OO. OI TO,TOD. While the Are was at its height. a demand for protection was made upon the police by John Larson of .. v -..... union v-n-rgcu oni. 11. Pressed for more definite informa- tlon upon watch to act, me police j were cltei by th.e manufacturer to . a number of iafttstaces tending to con- ' . -. t . . .1. ...nK.Ant iivci. Btiia inviDucr ut uw wiiiwiucib t.nlon, wlych has been on a strtRe since March 1. with the fires. iae umm wwnt war company op-. and last for several hours, erating a large mill and owner of one tMr& Taft w1 ,(,(,. ?f .i?.681 lumbW S,0rag ,'tantsthe phjsicians wbb her to aMW m r ,. . , u .. ' excitement. Miss Helen Taft wit! No arrests bao been made, though lleiGl jyg invited to the cele guard of po'lee have been redounlfl .jetton The list u. beMeved eom 'o supplement enlarged measuree of li1rte wccpi tn4 relatives of Presi protection. asaJnst a recurrence ot jet McKIniey. vThe White House fires ijy the mill ewners themselves. ; fas appealed to Georae B, Cortol " " 'sou. former secretary of McKinloj. RYE'FlhLU UN hAKM 1 JBFPERSCN cm. Mo. Jutif lb. Gov Hadley spent the day shocking rye oi his farm. The governor scorned the sugges- tion that he drive the binder, and left that Job to his farmhands De- ooratinp his neck with a big bandana handkerchief the chief executive wrestled wflh the heavy bundles of rye until dark. He will finish har- vesting his ne in a day or two , ftCMCOII MncOY DIITO V lll InU lliuuu I t J J in nimnrii i-inr- n r mi r- IN SUDDEN APPEARANCt SAN DIEGO, Jue 1C General f aj Mrs. J Stanley Urown. daugh Mosbv and a hart of his band sd i of President Garfield; Mrs. Gro- rtenly reappeared at Tla Juan io .i- ... - .1 ,...... i ii, this afternoon and reoccBDM the place, which had been virtually de- sorted for two days. The where- abouts of the rest of the band ; not known. The ptan ef the -iaourgen: -oadpr in marching hte force to rebate J then reform nx to Tla jaana v part of his men !s a mystery. Crystallize Your Tlioughts into "deeds, not words. The wrld Judges you not by what yon sa bat by what you do. No matter how feeble yoar powers may be. If rcn parsue ytwr ambitions Uh a singleness of purpose that loaes sight of everything else yaa will attain your ends. If ywi crave material prosperity, short-cat jiw way to It thnflgn the medium of Review Want Ads. ' These classified advertisements exploit rosldesoe and business property, acreace. stoekr, bonds. leases, automobiles, buggies, live irtock, household furnishings and a variety or other things th3t can be bonght at low prices and iresofd on a money-making basis. Get In Line Read and Use Review Want Ads E. N. Martin, of The Los Angelea Times. DESCENDANTS OF PRESIDENTS WILL ATTEND Taft invites Long List of No tables to Be Present at Weddirtg Anniversary Monday OVERFLOW GARDEN TO BE FEATURE OF AFFAIR People from All Over Country Invited, Including Those Who Met Him on His Various- Trips WASHINGTON. June 1$. The reception wbk the president ami Sirs. Taft will, give Monday, the twenty-flfth anniversary of their marriage, probably will bo tho most largely attended function ever given in the White House. More than 3.MO invitations have been sent out and each day the president is sus Keettng more name. V The lowest estimate Is that 4,090 uill be invited and that at leau ,3.600 will attend. The New Year's , leceptkms have brought mnnr more thousands tban that to the White House, hut they are not by invi- Ulin- crod meielr shakes hands and. departs Overflow Garden Party At the silver woaalnS celebraUon refreshments :ll be served, there ! will be dancing in the East room 1 'overBow- garden party ml , j.,.' ji l..,.l....J nti ' "" ?Mae.-w- - Mrs. Taft Not to Attend Tfcft mantinn will Uav(I i A M T-5IIVI DOMI1 fc atanri ,, CT father . sWe to r. stand ceive the gnoats. -Aunt Delia" Torrey of MHburr, jjag8 wj among the specialty hoooJLi .attK nJI!Le.te "nr rations of everv Deeoendantt. or relations ot every . . .......-. i,reldent of the United States ainee A names of members of the Mc- r.,niiv who ar .till lirtnr ;s 'c' inviieu mi. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Patterson o( Greenville. Tenn grandson of Andrew Jackson. Major General Krederlck D. Grant and Mrs Grant; i g Grant. Jr , M and Mrs. Jesse ' Grant, Miss Nellie Grant, Mr, Nellie Grant Sartoris, Colonel Webb Hayes, Mrs. Scott Hayes and Mr amj Mrs, Rutherford. Mr. and Mrs. iturchard. Professor and Mrs. Henry r Smith of President Hayes fam- j!y: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Allen Ar- thur. Mr. and Mrs Harry A. Gar- ii.iJ T.1 n,l T-fre new, air. anu jus jaim.ii i j..- Held, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin McD. Gar- r.w Mr ami Mrs. Abram Garfield r. r Vtr Cleveland and Miss Rose Clevei , i. nwmi ntovoinnit- and, sister of President Cleveland;; Mrs. Ren Harrison II, Mr. and Mrs. RumoII IJ. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. j r. McKee. Miss McKee, Colonel and Mrs. Rooserelt, Miss Ethel KooceveM. Kennlt Roosevelt Mr. ' ?J Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr (Continued on Page 4.) T Cleveland Club Winner of Tom Morris Trophy; Play Game .in the Rain ! Exmoor Country 'Club of Chh caep Second ana Po.rts- mouth, 0., Is Third CHICAGO, June 16. The Country club of Cleveland, Ohio, with a score of 19 down on par, was uuoffiefalb announced the winner over the 75 teams entered in the Tom Morris tiMuuArift mmtettinti'ndav The official result of the match will nui wv uvicnimuuu uvui lue rocorus t C all games have befn recehed and examined by the officers of the West ern Golf associations! More than a score of teams wore prevented from playing by rain, the down-pour extend ing from the Gix-at- lakes to tho Rocky mountains. Many clubs, on tho other baud, disregarded the storm and played the match through the ' Chicago Exmoor Second. ine txinoor uoumry ciuu oi um- cao was Cleveland's nearest rival.," """" "l luv ?"" ooien wltSi 2S holes down Tho Portsmouth, ' company resolutfon for an investi Ohlo, club was third t with 29 holes. ' Sation, which Is landing, was made Next was the Skokie puntry club of m the house today by Representative C ThTomort. triphy Is the an-' r'SSbfT l?W nual contest of IS botes against the ' "T n COU!d "ot bo consir- 'jorJTT lrhrdule,Ticupl r Played by chosen teams of olSht ama- S ..fnrih P resentativ.f Weea sary oi uie norm ui lom .Morns, wno at St .Andrews. Scotland. In The trophy is given by Peter died Dawson of Glasgow, Scotland The winning dun retains ownership of the trophy fo It must be won b ttio team fio consecutive ears before it will becorae-the prop- m of h ni.ih trt of tho club. .1 SOCIALISTS IN l ' II. UlUBl U,V.1 ,, .I..., NO UGL? I0DDL52 Gen. Lomeli Declares Magon istas Are in Sympathy- -With Madero Cause; Not Belligerent CABRAL K0W UN NOGALES (Spetaal to The Review.) CANANBA Son.. Mx.. June 1C Adviees received here durintr the week. by Gen. Lomeli from Lower Calif or - I .u AA. .. t.. , nnjiHnnt! in i,.. un. uui , auu t lajui. i.aiiiui liuuj ,. tfcat portion of the republic are nof i ?'.. . . , - iaM BtfrnHIH as leutllla SUltr. IVULUiU' Ing to the general the reiorts state that the socialists who have been "X jiodubj , operating In that locality are willing' While bo dafe has been fl.ed 'Un to recocnize the new administration i derwood hopes to reach a vote by the and are not causing any disturbances at the uretcnt time whatever. The I other insurrectos in that neighbor hood are also willing to come into the . -.d. Iieinc: nothing more or less than anti-ro-electionists. The general is of the opinion that it w not e necessary to send troops to Ijov-er California on account of these pedpie. but that there is a pro- babilltrthat troops will be sent to I according to Postoffice Insitector clean the cou.try of bandit gangs ' ' e- ho-1,(a mptoted his which have .been operating there. , "0 'ifiJSi? Zg C, 'Slt I t - gSSgZ a- toho Iden men lelt Cananea last Saturday for,neI , , t forcv Nogales. where he j nhcaJ ' masters to produce their records, settle the difficulties which have been , J t JU - . nWtfllnln trt Yin twofof I Tie colonel thoht at Vhe time he iine coionei iuous"i " ""c " ieft here that he might proceed to I i,.ftr rnlifnmin from Noeales. Lower California from Nogales, The remainder of Cnbral's com' ., . i i m - ,,-hwy, to. lnei , Cananea. left here on Tues- j. . .. . v,i vr. imbu, nuuiiKiiuB "Y ."'"' "..: day morning to Joi oin Cabral I at No-.,,,. erland About 400 b to Cabrals com- gales, traveling over men also belonging to Cabral's com mand, which has been In the Altar uisvnct, aiso ieu iur ub "- "- probably joined the colonel by this fine J Americans Displeased. On Sunday ten Americans wno were in Ihd nnmmiiTlil In the Altar district returned to Cananea dissatisfied with' the treatment accorded them by their officers. JSone of the men would WEST point, N. Y, June 16. A , T-no im da MA MA onwnc: sneak about the trouble which ttey new clas8 w 240 vouhg men has been' run 4tW rANAWm DUIMUb had. but It Is believed that the fault admitted as cadets to tho United i t was with the otflcers. The Americans states military academy. This Is the ' WASHINGTON. D. 'C- June 16. left Cananea on Thursday with the fliSt class to enter since the Increase More than 2,000 bids for the govern baianco of Cabral's command. ' f the corps of calefs was authorized ment's $50,00000 Issue of three per On Thursday afternoon 25 men left by congress, and It is the biggest In cent Panama bonds will -be opened by Cananea for Santa Cruz, about half , no tilstory of the academy The sum- Secretary MacVeagh tomorrow after way between Nogales and Cananea, It tne- camp' has alsoxppened noon. Financiers are greatly Interest- wavsaid that they wero sent there , ed in what price the issue will brim? on account of the report that a band ppc CUCtTTUCARTC' ' Tne bonds have been selling on the of bandits, headed by Americans, , l,OLL-al.7n . nr Vi inno ' New York curb as ulRn as 103" Gox' iwore committing all sorts of depre- WED AND ARE HAPPY i ernment ofHcials think the average tiatlbns in that neighborhood. How-, bid will range from 101 to 108 Mos' ever. It is bellevecT here that the re-' port Is without foundation. FUND LEFT FOR PET PARROT OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla, June 16. A will leaving $3,500 for the J support and maintenance ot a pet ! parrot has been drawn v TfcoT-1"!! ' RIHIngsby,- a capitalist of this city. The parrot is 20 years old. WOOLEN TRUST HAS DEFENDER IN TOE DOUSE Representative Weeks Lauds Virtues of Concern and Says It Favors Free Competition MANY STOCKHOLDERS OF COMPANY GET PROFITS Demands That Trust Be Not Disturbed Until Tariff -Board Gets Busy'on ' its Statistics WASHINGTON, D. O. June 16.- . rffm , i .,.. .. . i !?. S n 01dtleld- ol , ?' and Akers ot New York Competition Free. 'The American Woolen Co.,' aid "- "--". u.ure lUAa iu f' ' " ft s f the country. ' " oes not control the price of woolen products in this country, nor the price j or lauor empio) ed b the Industry J It 'never paid exorbitant profits, Is not controlled by millionaires and has cever sold its products abroad cheap er than at home. The people here aie getting the benefit of competition ic-tne woolen industry. olders Plentiful said the stock of the coni- distributed atnonir 12.400 hold ers, the ai'erage holding being only 06 shares. The wool schedule, Mr. Weeks In sisted, should not bo revised until the tariff bojrd had opportunity to eomFtete-tate resaratnt; the en industr). Mr. Longw-r!a p'eaiJo' or time for the tariff board. He accused tne democrats of changing face on the tariff board question. Want Raw Wool Free. Representative Macon and" Old Hehi, while in favor of tho bill, ex pressed the opinion that it should have i none further and provided free raw 1 """ i i iw Bouse Hewi a ment samimi. ns i s-. ' Cnairmaii Underwood of the ways nait ngmna Mmmitim iiHiroii tn hav i - . .- -..,. -w .. - . i "H general debate on the bill dosw. middle of next week. CANT ATTACH THE POSTAL BANK FUNDS I .,... , . KUPN,.1. - J"oe 16. Deposits i "a in, the U"e , States postal j savings banks cannot .be .attached by """"' "" -"J """ '" l"v """ J 0 H N HAYS HAMMOND TAKEN ILL IN L0ND0?J TJXTTV- T.... ! -C--! -w."", juhu 1'j. rraiing an attack of nervous prostration. John ; ","" ",.!" " nammond "as ben ordered his pnj8lcJan Xo tok - few d of absolute rest before enterlnK .i ... ....... . ' upon the strenuous social duties of BpeCaj coronation envoy" He Is stay- tng at Folkestone, where hU wifo oad aaughter visited him today on their return from a trip U Paris. riiopcCT Pi SCO IM uiwvjhwi uunjg iw WEST POINT'S CAREERS RLRL1NGTON, la June !C A ro- s"flnco whlcli began in school days at 7'arsons college, Fairfield Ix, cuimin- ated yesterday In the marriage of Mis Alice Clements of New London, la . and Mathew V. Picken of Tonas- Met. Wash. " number of relatives and friends re nrescnt, Tho bridegroom Is a tthy -ranch owner. Somebody Faked Words on Missing Voucher in the State Department Disbursing Clerk Morrison Was Instructed to "Keep Still" About It WASHINGTON.' D. C, June 16. Thomas Morrison, disbursing clerk of the state department, today told the house committee on expendiures of the state' department that he bad been Instructed, when the missing voucher in the Day portrait case, under in vestigation was found on the floor of the office X few days ago, to keep stni about the discovery. This Instruction, he said, was given him by Wilbur J. Carr, chief of the consular bureau. Mr. Morrison explained furrtier that on tho day he handed $2,450 in cash to former Chief Clerk Michael June IS, 1504, he had ordered the clerk to insert; "Two thousand four hundred and fifty dollars" in the printed voucher and that half an hour after he had paid the money to Michael he inquired what tho payment was for and was told in Michael's office that it wasMor the Day portrait. Then be immediately instructed the clerk to write on the tOutfior that it was for the Daj portrait. The notation on the back, which ap peared later re'erring to emergency payments for diplomatic business, Morrison said were not on the -voucher that day. G0NSTITUTI3N GOOD, - ASSERTS IS. B. FULL Spiess and Fall Defend Instru ment They Helped Make in New Mexico WASHINGTON, Juno 16. Charles A. Spiess, president of tho Nw Mexico constitutional convention, and Judge A. U. Kail, a masher of the convention, before the mm ate committee on territories today fJL- wool-pored the immediate acceptance of the conetltuMon an adopted. Roth of them defopded the document as conservative. Responding to a suggestion that the constitution was original because, it was apparently unamendable. Fall declared it had been framed to con form to the conditions in the terri tory. It had been approved, he said, 1 y more than two-thirds of the vot ers of the territory and he added that the people of New Mexico knew what thej wanted. MADERO ARRIVES IN MEXICO CITY AGAIN Received Enthusiastically Fol lowing Visit to Rebels of the South irCTlirO CITY, June 16. With the same enthustttSm that characterized Ms Srst entry into the capital last week, Francisco I. Maaero was wel comed .here today by an Immense throng on bis return from a-five days tripthrotigh southern Mexico. With Madero was Atnbroslo Figueroa, who occe commanded 12,000 men compos ing the lnsurrecto army of the south Madero returned satined that tnc inhabitants of the south will support him and that normal conditions will bo resumed. Only one person and one pt&'e are expeditions to be sent to complete peace- The person Is Kmilio Zapats. an enemy of Figueroa, lu,iSor whose com,r,and waa sup posed where Mmtur UJ UUU rtl.MTV Bl U04Wrt.v Zarata's men were quartered. ladero is cndeaonng to mustex-out "Zapata s 3500 men quickly". Zapata, as a source oi trouuie, it is aamuieu. has not been removed, .nacero's trip through tho south, where ho conferr ed with the rebel chiefs, hastened the dispersal of the faifsre bodies of lnsurrecto troops. iinpr tuam O 0(10 Rlfl securities of foreign nations are sell ing Uelow par ami prices bid forTHf" new Panamas will be taken to reflect the credit of this nation as It com- pares with others. The clerks will work tomorrow night and Sunday tabulating the bidr and the results may not bo known be- fere Monday. The securities will be delivered about July 1. SUGAR COMBINE ' TRIED HARD TO KILL 115 RIVAL Henry T. Oxnard Tells How Tust Reduced Prices at . Periods ot Delivery Jby His Firm CONFESSES PUN WAS T0 KILL HIS BUSINESS Tried to Drive Out the Beet bugar Refineries; Tempt ing Chances for a Sell Out WASHINGTON," June 1C The story of the birth of the American beet sugar industry, its trials and temptations since, and how Oxnard brothers were enriched by more than half a million dollars through tne little transaction" of soiling their cane sugar refinery in Brook iyn to the first sugar "trust" in 1SS7, were, the features of -the tosti many Henr T Oxnard guve to day to the house supar investigating committee. He was on the stand all day and will be followed Monday by James If. Post, president of the National Sugar .Refining company. Oxnard assigned as a reason for attempting tc introduce the making of beet sugar m thlB country and the sole to the ttwt ot his refinery at Brooklyn his belief that the intro duction of thti beet sugar Industry would be "proiitabio" and prtriotlt. Beet Sugar Company He described the building ot the first factories and tficn told the story of the organization of "the lg0.00ft.800 t0ck, he said Oxnard oreuters ai one ame owned GO per eeit. but nT iKissess onlv 3 iier jtat. H did hot admit that this .8ock was watered, testifying that the valuation of the property was i Kkout $li,0!,000 while preferred Ck. ws -worth ,090.000 and com i uum mock T00.o00. At the afternoon session Rapresen- - tative 'Madison askod Oxnard if in reality the mork-an Sugar Refln iitp comvanj 'bad not tried to use its pber in 1901 to drive beet sugar reitnepL out' ol business by un fair competition, and b cattlni; fires below cost iu MIamiuH rivw j territory. ,, To Drive Them" Out , At first bi IHSUIAr Tla jnflall. nite. bat finally the witnoss said: "I think it is a fair presumption . ibbl ii wis uesisneu to arive us 'out." "Why did tbey not succeed''" con tinued the congrespmun. "Well, our contracts with the gro cers were to sell at a price leas -than the oien market price on date of dollverv. The Aniorican Sugar Roflnlng company evidently thought by reducing the price about the time of our dellverips we nould be upj able to fill our contracts. 'But the word 'opfn" saved us. We told the grocers that sugar couldot be purchased in the open market at a reduced price. If It cbuld we authorized tnem as our agents to buy a large amount for us. They could not do so." Combination Discontinued Oxnard said the ont time the American Beet Sugar company hail nnif npTCOTtinnl n?HTi flin AmnHi-in Sugar Retining company was in 1932, when the former lycame the soiling agency of tho latter. That contract was cancelled, he paid, when Wayne MacVeagh. the lawyer, in 1806 gave an opinion that it would send them to tne renitentlary lt-vtney con tinued it "What will make sugar cheaper?" asked Chairman Hardwick. "Leaving lt alone nntb the beet sugar industry Is able to compete with the world. Advances in the in dustry have been rapid here and they will go on .if yon give the In dustry a chance.". " RECIPROCITY WILL BE "PASSED BY A-MARGIN 3 WASHINGTON. D, C. Juno 16 The determination of the senate fin ance committee- to push through f Canadian reciprocity bill 'and confi dence ot the senate leaders of a clear majority in favor ot the bill without amendment was made plain today when Chairman Penrose forced the bill into a second reading and predict ed its early passage. Consideration of the meaSurS was "brief, as no one was prepared to speak at length. Before tho senate assembled Senator Penrose had given out a formal statement claiming 60 votes In favor of the passage of .the bill and more than that jnany votes against the Root ameudnteS which effects the importation of tjood pulp and paper. SBBKSSSSKBKHUr yg'