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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1910.
COLORADO COURTS AVIATORS PRO POSE FAMOUS MUST CONSTRUE FREAK LAW FLIGHT ACROSS ALPINE PASS Constitutionality of Act Requir- Route Follows Road Built by lug State to Pay 25 Cents to Napoleon In 1800 and Over Party Managers for Each Country Where Descent Vote Cast Is Questioned, Means Certain Death, HJr Murals Journal BiMclal Lnaa4 Wire Denver, Colo.. fU'pt. 17. The U- i rem court on Monday will ip asked to take orlitlnal Jurisdiction In the mnttcr of the constitutionality of the IhW, passed by tho lust general as sembly, prohibiting campaign contri bullous by ufherg ihua candidates, ami In lieu thereof, binding tho state to pay party organizations twenty-five err ta for each vote oast for their tickets at the preceding state election Toilny Ueorgo Hradley, democratic state chairman, demanded of Slate Auditor Keuehun a warrant fur $.12. 000. the, amount the organization I en'llled t under the law, but the auditor refused to ' comply. State Treasurer Calllgiui told Chairman Tiradley that he would not pay the warrant tf drawn. They maintain that thw law la uiioonstltiitbiniil. Monday Chairman Hradley will auk the supreme court for an alternative writ of mandamus directing tho two men to pay over the amount demand ed. I'nder the, law Colorado la obligated to the four politUiil purtlea In the aum of 4,OO0. CHINESE ON VERGE OF UPRISING SAYS ROSS University Professor Sees Peril, in , Attitude of Reform Ele ment Toward Prince Resent, at Peking, I Br Morata Journal HaMlal Lu4 W(- Victoria. It. C, Sept. 17. Professor K. A. líos, professor of sociology at the university of Wisconsin, who hua been making extended Journeys through China during the lust six montha studying sociological eondl liona, arrived on the steamer Kmpreaa of China today. He said China was on the verge of u erial and the next few montha would show whether there win to bo a great uprising, per -hnpa wllh much bloodshed, or i peaceable revolution. rroiesaor mua an y a there la a troha: movement for reform and tin1 younger element seeking Ihe change la waiting to aee what the prince regent win no. The refórmela oon- aiuer tno attitude or Poking mole or leaa H aham to Impress Ihe powers and there la a disposition to look upon the Mnnehurlan officials aa obstacles In the way of the eimerly sought re forma. It la probabl" that Yuan Shlh Kl will return to Peking, and 4 h In would bp the ttieana of preventing a rise If the refórmela are annulled that In lila hunda China would go forward. fliy Morning oiimal HpaHiil laaej Wire Hiig, Switzerland. Sept. 17. Nvery- thing la In readiness lor the grout cross-Alps aeroplane flight from Rrig, at tho bead of the Rhone valley, In Switzerland, over Ihe Simplón piiaa, and down Into Italy, crowing lake Magglnre, to Milan. I'nder Ihe rulea. the contestants may atart at any time, beginning1 to morrow, until September 2, but they mual completo the air Journey to Milan In a single day. The attempt la regarded by some aa foolhardy, as the aviator muat rise about 7,000 feel Im mediately on leaving Ihe ground, and maintain that allllude for not leaa than half an hour to clear Simplón paaa. Dement anywhere in Ihe first twenty miles of the rocky, prcclpitoua gorgea would mean almost certain death. A meteorologist Hlatloned on Slmt Ion dining Ihe pa at month reporta that the penka of the mouulalna are anow clad and the air cúrrenla atrong and gusty. In that lime there have been only two daya In which the pasa rouhl be crossed In aafety. Pilóla have calculated that an altitude or 7,000 feet would reduce the power motor 3" per cent. (lonrgo Chavez, Ihe lieruvlaii nvla lor, will alart In the monoplane with which hp recently made a height rec ord of H.7B2 feet at lasy. He regards tho extreme cold of the mountain passes aa the greatest difficulty which he will have to aurmount. Other alartera will be Calloneo, T'alllet Wlncters and Weymann. With the exception of Weymann, al' tho avia lora will use monoplanea. Latham hua withdrawn, explaining that hla motor la lucapnblo of reaching Ihe neeeasary height. The route follows the road built by Napoleon In 1 800, over the Simplón pana, with (Uiüx feet high at the sum mit. Tho country la broken and very difficult.. There are many chasms notably Ihe gorge of Yaetle. A cap live balloon at a height of ,r,00 feet will mark the aerodrome at Milan, which la about seveniy-flve ml lea aa the crow flies from the starting point. NSANITY EXPERT TAKES POISON Dr, Rutter, International Au thority on Diseases of the Mina, hound belr-blam in Cleveland Hotel Lobby. Joseph M. Brown, who was defeated for rcnomlnation by Hoke Smith, and aa n roault Juliua L. Brown, brother of the governor, who died a few daya following the primary, ordered atrlcken from hla will the provlHlon which he had made lor the erection of monuments to these contempor aries of his father. REAL ESTATE MAN HELD FOR BIG SWINDLE THIRTEEN ENTRIES E I BALLOON RAG Light Breeze Sends Airships Drifting Northeast from In dianapolis In Contest for Di amond Cup, UNIVERSAL PEACE AND RESTRICTION OF ARMAMENT United States Woiking Eai- nestly to This at Mexican Cai Diplomats fold i.u an. I Mr Marnlag Jranl R-aerlal IammI Wtra) M xb o CHv, Sept. IT Him desire for lllilvcl'Mtl peace la leal 11 Is Ki l l nu. un no iliNNcntiiig olce in in coun'iy congress has tit horUeil tin president to appoint a foininisilon to Join with t )!-- .il other nations tluil we muy lift a licut v buulen from the backs of all the toilers by at least the restriction of ihe armament the world The Cintiil Mules has lima, Ibis vcr .Mar, lakcu It luxt stop toward no mediaeval truce of il.iv, but 1 1 w hi,I an nit al'ldlng peace ft r (,d." In these w urda S . h I Amlni-a dor Curtis liuibl iepiil ton lit ti a lot to "lot, rtmtionul lcare ;,t bamiuit In honor oi the dlplomatli 'IPS, gh"" l.v Si'i retan ft eel ..f 111, Mexli an ,b !. t in, in i.t I..H IKI1 n bi llons. .Many ir the the ptM Old mi i icnrrii I Tol iv b i liMKMiidnr. of the form of (íenernl leo'H llln boll ibplenia,-, ix iine?cii t m. i I i 'h pi ai n i. Hi. rpiiiii.h hiii I'M II le. n, r I C'l 11 III .Melel.e., !,, of Mex I I biela. The unl ri form was the iiift of II Sl ain to tile Mexican p -epli , The ,lei oralion of llu , 'nb r flisllcS III of Sl.alil "a i.ifi-:ir iitMin lb prei-iileiit ! Xioi..i.iii TolllV leja. klMi; ot BAPTISTS ENDORSE WORK OF ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE r.iakford III. Se;, I 1 7 - The Swi-il-l"d Haptict i ..oleren. ,,f Ami rtea. In final ai'sslnn toilav. i.leile.l a run billon eiidoiKlog .f.iria the Anil faloon H'ugue In wipe out the Ameri rin saloon aa jl exilia. The int:ation of (lakUud. fal. f 'r the 111 run tervnee va I'ei hned. thp uuenon be il.g left In till. lie. ul- (iimm ttee lo dv IJe 'p ; t-imbll and liev I. irii of fh.-a-:o irt elected r-i.nferenee Irueiefa. 00LATE"To'CLASS!FY V"AT:l l'orier ii.u, . Udlna, OranJ C'rntrnl tllMkf I lie tel B Mnrnlna Joarnal MowtaJ 1mm 4 Win) InilianapollH, Ind., Sept. 17. Prilling noriheiiHt from this city are thirteen balloons, the lament number that ever atarted In a race meet In the hlxlorv of ballooning and piloted by the best aeronauta In America nine sailing to win a chance to repre sent America in the international bal loon race, which atarla from St. l.ouls, October 17. and four entered In Ihe free-for-all event, flying the air to gulp a diamond nt added cup. A light breeze was blowing to the northeast im the first balloon, Ihe Ihllter. letl the Indianapolis motor speedway al 3:!K thii uftcruoon, u ml was carried rapidly awav, but the blcezc died down and Ihe last balloon to leave the course, the New York. which rose at r : f T . w as slow in trav- llnu utter its companions. Only the loim ileliv in sending up the lnnl I . 1 1 1, i 1 1 . due to failure lo base the big g:is bans properly In flated muí tin. bnskeli provisioned on lime, marred the start of the great contest. All of the Im lloolIM traveled to lile noriheasl. with the exception ot America II, which, piloted by August 1'ost, Ii.ih ni. ule two lllgbts In Inter. niMloual race in Kuinpc and it look :i more easterly course. Alan U. Ibiwley is the pilot no IrlftliiK with the America II. mid August liMt Is bis aide. The American cha m plonshlp race Is belli for endurance unit illHtance Instance Is the goal ol Ihe lour bal looii entered In the Iree-for-all con test Sevent -I w o hours li: the record for eniluraiii e, made In .in Internal lona I race hlch smiled from Herlin and the distance record In vr2 miles, made by (isear l''.r)iHliibe, who sailed from St l.ouis to the New Jersey coast. The balloons at latest reports were ruelnn In a genersl easterly direction, porbablv over or towards (ihlo. A dispatch, from Windsor. Ind. near the ( ihlo slate line, said that six balloons had passed oxer that neigh borhood bound east. Thes,. balloons were prob.-tblv ihe same that had been sighted hi Muniii earlter in the nlglil. The pilots of fi or of IIh-iii dropped card Ido. nits, inir them as Ihe Aineriea 1 of N-.v V 'ili, lite indiana of Indianapolis, tbf :n kec ot flow land and the fa i mat ot fl l.ouis All procei d-.1 in Ihe direction of Winchester. No ttitoriuailon had been received from anx others of the thirteen " craif. ihoni;h the pilots had arranKed to send telcaiams i Ihts city as soon as the sh.illld land. IBr MornlDi ton rani Hpnl I Wira) Cleveland, Sept. 17. Driven des perate by an incurable disease, Dr. lemiey C. Itulter. former auperin- tendent of tho Columbus atate hos pital for the Insane and an Interna tional authority on insanity and nervous diseases, committed aulcide here today. Accompanied by his wife. Dr. Hotter came lo Cleveland three weeks atfo on n visit to some rienda. Ijist Wednesday he disap peered and all search tor him was fruitless until today when ho was ound In Ihe lobby of a down-tow hotel dying from unknown poison Ho expired while being brought to hospital. Dr. Kutler was the author of sev ere I books on mental diseases, among them "criminal responsibility in the Insane" which was minted In the Thaw trial. Seattle, Wash., .Sept. 17. Drewey M. 1'ceplea, 4 7 years old, formerly president of the (uaranty Abstract and Tille company, Is held at the city Jail In connection with the Investiga tion of real estate fraud which Cap tain of Detectives Churlos Tennant says will uggregate more than HO,-000. ITALIAN DUKE WINS AND WEDS AMERICAN GIRL Detroit, Sept. 17. Angelo Marlgli ano, Duke Delmonle, of .Naplea am MIkh .In lio I in fharme, second da ugh tor of Mrs. Alfred J. Du Charmo o Detroit, were quietly married at (liosse Pollito today. Duly Immedi ate relatives witnessed the ceremony. After a brief wedding trip theoou pie will spend u short time In Detroit bei'ore galling for Naples, their future home. OT STABS TWO TRIED TO GANG I HE EXPLAINS Kansqs City Schoolboy Goes Quietly to Bed After Winning Street Battle With Two Men, lt Morning Journal swrltl Laaaaal Wlr Kansas City, Sept. 17. Lester High. 17- ear-old school boy, stubbed Tarence Davidson and probably fa ally wounded John Vallo In a street fight here tonight. Davidson formerly was a Hweet- hearl of Hlph'a sister. Her father orbade him lo come to his home. After I hat, accordlii'r to the elder High, Davidson and Valle nagged tho nung brother of the girl continually. Alter the slabbing young High went o bis home and retired without say ng anything to any of his relatives bout bis trouble, He was apparently asleep when officers arrested him. They tried to gang inc." was hla lily explanation. WO KILLED, THIRTEEN HURT, IN TROLLEY CRASH Cnlon City, Ind., Sept. 17. Two men were killed and thirteen people n lin ed, but none seriously, w hen tw o ruction cars met In a head-on col lision here tonight. The dead are Whliford Chenolt. niotorman of Cnlon itv, and Soynioro Tapp, a pussenger I'nion City. II Is asserted that there was a mis understanding regarding orders. D. A. Hatfield, formerly an Invest ment broker, who is accused by the detective of having In collusion with Heebies, S under arrest at Atllngton. ore. According to Captain Tennant, at least twenty and possibly many more residents of Washington. Ore gon and eastern cities have been de frauded. Peebles and Hatfield are alleged to have sold mortgage:! on real estate, forging the name of tho owner of the property. SIMPLIFIES PROCEDURE IN LOCATING MINING CLAIMS Denver, Sept. 17. James M. Sheri dan, chief of the field service of the general land oi l ice, reached this city today and will confer with officials of this district Monday, to acquaint their ehleia wllh a new rule simplify ing the pr' ceediirc in locating mining cbi lms in f oi est reserves. Mr. Sheridan, In an Interview, em phatically denied that there was any friction between forestry officials and field repi eaentatlves of tho depart ment of tho interior in the wont. If there la friction at all, he as- oortud, It must be In Washington, and that of ii politice I nature, WILL THE COLONEL GET CONTROL OF HIS PARTÍ? Washington Admirers of Stren uous One Believe He Has Captured Progressives and Annexed Them Himself, Fugitive l,c)M'r Caught. St. Louis. Sept. 17. Mon Wing, the city's only leper, who escaped from quarantine yesterday, was caught tonight in Hop Alley, the Chinese, quarter. He will be kept In Ihe dispensary under guard tempor arily. TEXANS FIGHT PISTOL DUEL IN COURT ROOM Texarkana, Texas, Sept. 17. Fol lowing the settlement ot a lawsuit by Justice of the peace at Oak Grove, near hero, today, William O'Kear and hla son. Hoe O'Hear, and K. H. Kosser, relativo by marriage, opened fire on each other In court, lice O Hear was killed and tho other two men were seriously wounded. ARIZONA RANCHMAN KILLED BY PARTNER Douglas, Aria., Sept. 1 7.- Charles Cummlngs, a well-known rancher, was shot and killed by bis partner. Van Lee, in Moctezuma. Sonora, last night. Tho two men had been on bad tel ma for some time. Cummlngs la said to have hud a record In tho southwest. He Is said to have killed his own brother In Texas: a man in Henson, and another man In Flag- ftaff. He was married and one daughter lives here. OT RAT POISON IN BATCH OF BISCUIT l'Vsl(. IIK.M o I It Ml M il. Minn it i'jt! i; - -Six of the Im I -lf.m Ow 1 MüfM tl ti I in r;n f mm í lf 1 1 it( u i .i (t jtj.Ti i! uv t !: x- lia 1 1 tern rt i..tif, hi ? ;m . t lo k tmiuht Mi. ni ii i i t rr ir nrtir t hi nnl.i nn.l weir nliw i drifting north- N.iiit . 1.1. nt f ItMl 1 Mr n. 1 1. mii.. I It i Am r m n II . lit- Iftih.m.i U tin itit k vt ui 1 1 -i "r 1 h i i m I A . , ! k ll.twfil li lit li.liiitin II nl tht- H k Tí t hrt-r U.- Iini w t HtrAtfJ l; niil u U im-. Dischaigcd Scivants of New Yoik Household Charged With Attempt to Kill Family and Guests, lt VnralM JoanMl Iwaa Imii Wlral New Yotk. Scpl 17 - Pierre Her itier and bis wile, llonorlne, were locked up here lonignt. charaed with atleinpifng to poison William I. Searles, a wealthy retired wool mer chant of Dariell Heritler and his wile were em-l'lo,-d as servant rtiently by Mrs. Semiea. but were dlMehalKi'd oil Kep lemlier 7. That night a house party wa unen by the servants for which a laie iuantity of tea biscuits was prepared. The musts partook, so did Mr and Mr. Searles and their son. and Ins. mts wi le also Kivcll to Iieluh bor. DiirlOB (lie n.ifht practically all who bad eaten them were taken siek and Mr. Searles wai for a time si rioiil pi, lie nil, al una l mix if the biscuits, it i -aid revealed the pieeliee of large in intlties of rat poi.i n. lloth pris oneia denied the t harue. NCUBATOR BABIES DIE; MAN IN CHARGE ARRESTED otilsville, Ky., Sept. 17. As a re sult of the death oV three Imbics on xhiliitlon In an lncubalor al the slate fair here, Dr. Douglas Snyder Pittsburg, Pa., was arrested to night al Jeffeisoltvile, Ind., Just rosa the river. Dr. Snyder made a tatcment during the day that tlm babies died because lie was unable to give them the proper attention hile makine; th trip Horn Chicago to Louisville. The deputy coroner found as e reiult i f his investigation Ihat the babies died of inanition. Mrs. Snyder also wtb hi rested tonight as an accessory. CHICAGO WOMAN WINS DIVORCE IN CALIFORNIA Simla Cruz, Cal., Sept. 17. Mrs. Kllxahcth Noel was Krantcd an inter locutory decree of divorce today Irom her husband. Theophilus Noel, a wealthy Chiiagoan. The couple were married In Chicago on July 1 L 1 JM. Kxllenie cruelty was alleged by Ihe plaintiff. Mrs. Noel Is given half of tho community property In Illinois. Michigan and Canada and Ihe home stead in Hie Sania Crux mountains. She la also granted $l,"ieu attorney's fees and l.iilil a m nlh for her rup-port. Mikrning Journal Hureau, 13 Munsoy Building-, V Washington, 1). C, Sept. 16. f Theodore lioosevelt, during his "swing around the circle" In the west, has captured the progressive movement 'n tho republican party. He has surrounded it and unnexed it to his political dominion. Hoosevelt is considered today tho greatest statesman of his country the greatest statesman oftho world. That is the coiislructive sense people are placinp upon the former strenu ous president. His trip In the west was a most spectacular one, showing the great love the common people have for tho man and his modern ideas. It must be plain to all who have followed the course of Colonel Hoosevelt that to day he Is the head and front ol pro gressive politics. Ho has crystallized progressive sentiment, among tho rank and file, and ho has placed him self In such e. position that he Is recognized by the rank and file as the exponent of the principles for which they uro fighting. Hut ho has accomplished more than this. He has won probably not all, but most of the insurgent leaders. Whereas a couple months ago some of tho prominent progressives were inclined to doubt Colonel Roose velt's sincerity, and were reluctant to concedo to him the leadership of the progressive movement, today the greater number of them Imve either ben won to en enthusiastic support of him and his doctrines or have rec ognized the strength of his position and Its apparent permanency, and have decided to accept him as the progressive commanding general. Hefore Colonel Hoosevelt started on his western trip the insurgents leaders and masses were almost ready to forsake the republican party The tendency of tho progressive movement was toward a. third party. The progressives would have pre ferred to reform their own party, but their chances of doing so ill the face of the organization and strength of the regulars were far from good and they hesitated to take the plunge With Hoosevelt leading tho progress ives, however, the chances of reorgan izing the republican parly becomes excellent. In the Insurgent states sentiment Is turning toward a light of IhlH char actor. With Hoosevelt at the head of the progressive forces, and with these Torces united in a definite, organized campaign, it seems almost certain Ihat control of the party can be w rested from the stand patters. That this will be the line-up this fall and In 1912 Is more than proh able. Colonel Hoosevelt has encouraged anil regulated the progressive move ment. Seeing u chance to gain con trol of their own party, and to work out their reforms throuoh it. the In surgents will he much more likely to stay within the party than to go out side of It. Two months a?o il seemed they might do so In order to create for themselves an opportunity to give life to their convictions. Colonel Hoosevelt is credited with this statement: "I feel it my duty to go out and battle for the things in which I believe, o ml what the per sonal outcome to me may be is a matter of fate mil the nation to de cide." He says the fate of the nation will decido his future. This Is consid ered a in, "it significant statement, and it well forecasts what may be ex pected to happen In 1912. Only a man both mentally and physically blind could ,uestlon that the effect of Roosevelt's trip to the west has been tu créele a prodigious sentiment In favor If bis re-eleclion. Tho senti ment 's not confined wholly to re publicans either, but thousands and thousands of democrats are shouting for biln e.nd believe In his doctrines to the extent of votim' for him for A Very Rich Man Says: "The American people are prodigal, and our extravagance will have t0 be paid for by some one. People are taking advantage of prosperity such as has never been excelled In this country, to bo wasteful and extravagant. We are not saving up for the rainy day, for the tim0 0f need." How Is it with you? Are you saving and creating a fund which will work for you when you can no longer work for yourself? Your common sense tells you that it is better to Save Your Money Now even at a sacrifico, If necessary, than to want or be dependent Upon others In your old nge. But saving is only half your duty. Tou must Invest your saving, wisely. An ideal form of Investment is a Certificate of Deposit in State National Bank cf Albuquerque, N. M. These Certificates are issued for clepos.ts of "0 and upwards, bear interest payable semi-annually or annually, are negotiable, as collateral security and can be renewed at interest periods. Call on us or write for further Information. State National Bank of Albuquerque, N. M. They J. It. 1IEKXPOX, President. JACOB KOltHFJi, Vlce-Ilcsiilciit. HOY MeOONAI.I), Cnslilcr. Ii. It. tiOKIIIvlXU, Asst. tashlir. president. CLAUD T.R. 0L0 GRUDGE AT ONCE WEALTHY COMMITS SUICIDE K! Paso to despair casillos of Texas. Sept. bv lack of the life, Joaeph HOKE SMITH'S VICTORY ROBS STATE OF STATUE At '.nit... : i.. Sept I :. lecaue of f.sii ,,, ,:s, ,,r ,,ke Smith for Kovenior. üeortia i to be deprived of tatuó of two o! her Illustrious .i,!,, di,. r,,J Willniri Phillips, who i v ed a a brigadier general in the . on fed.i aie arniv. anil Colonel I.ran I 7. I iri v en actual nec Kspiita liter. once a wealthy business man of San Francisco, committed suicide hoi e to nichl by drinking carbolic acid. . Ks pittalller came from France ten years , i'i, ai companicd by a woman named Mlanchc Masse. They luid lived to cethcr continually and were facing want toKelber when the man ended the alliance by taking Ills life. LOIIR MINE RESCUE CORPS COMPETE FOR HONORS itkib.ii re. pa . Si pt 17. The first a'd to ihe Inline, I corps r sev eral anthraiite mines contested for honors here today. Twelve team part i clod -ter , rammed, (or manv vears member of Cort is rairoiol com iiiiKMoii slid a potltt. h .adcr f r aev erl de, a. I. tollo ma the civil war. (Ienr:il Philhta. a brother and two nolis of ihe I.,,,. Colonel Trammel!, .ire mi lo hue bf-n yerv active in Ihe i event vamping u auuuu Governor lepresentin live colliers tiok nnd Coiled Statea army officers as Judces A livor i up offered bv Ceneral Manager M iv of the Prm.sv Ivanta Oval couiimnv. waa won by No. 5 team ol pulsion. The Hot Cross cup. alven bv the Hod Cross Sooietv of Washington, was won by the Wood ward i . Ulero of the lelaaie, I jo ka WHiina and Western Coal comjiany. John Mitchell, former preshieut of the Cnited Mine Workers, mude the prrsi-ma lion pee, b Try a Journal Want Ad; Results Hamilton Club Episode Brings Out Political and Business Secrets; President "Chari table" Toward Senator, p4H ial t orreaixindroea lo Mnrnlng Joarnal Chicago. 111.. Sept. 1.-,. Many bufi ness and political secrets came to Ihe siiiiace In the heal provoked by Col onel Roosevelt's niuli to Senator I. rl nu r of Chicago which did not help any lo yuell the inclipoiit low in the Hamilton club. The efforts made by Senator I.orimer In behalf of the convicted banker. John H. Walsn. were among lliem. it being related that those efforts "ot the Roosevolt lan ir aroused to about the same pitch ea did the prospect of sitting at the Amo bamiuet table with .Sen ator l.orimer. Colonel Roosevelt, then president. Is Bind to have pounded his desk emphatically and declared that II he bud his way the prosecution of Walsh should have no let-up. The explanation of the 'grudge- which trienils of the jun ior Illinois aeiietor assert prompted the snub wa given by his organ" In this wav: It begun when Senator I then Citfigrcwiman i l.orimer proved ! be one of Ihe few men at Wash ing! n with suffi iem courage to at:ind against Rooxev ell s attacks Ihe constitution. This reached the breaking iH.int when Congressman Lorlmer al a , inference which Prmi dent I'.o, revolt bad with the Illinois delegation at the While Hon,, told Ihe president thru he would oppose In proposal iv, j,llt ltiv j. acting houses of the country under the ab solute control of the department of agriculture" When it we.s ell over, Precedent John H. Batten ofthe Hamilton club gave his views: "It was inconceiv able that we could hold a 'Roosevelt' dinner and not have Colonel Roose velt there. And the colonel was posi tive in his assertion that he would not attend if he had to sit with Sen ator l.orimer. As to the merits of recalling Senator Lorimer's Invita tion, I can only say that we, us a political club, have no right to and cannot think of him as guilty of any charges until they are proved against him. Charity, no less than his oltice as United States senator, entitled him to recognition and to an invitation." Blow at Kxpi'i'ss Companies. A body blow at the express com panies and the private ear lines by western railroads It is said is fore shadowed by activity of Chicago roads in Improving their last freight service. The railroads have come to the conclusion, it is said, that the present arrangements wllh express companies and present rates of ex press companies are soon lo come to an end and that the roads must take over this business. Consequently the idea of running; fast freight almost on passenger train schedule has been adopted to Vorestall any sudden loss of revenue from this source. Hall road commissions ' of various states, Including Illinois, have decided that express rates are excessive , and the pending decision of the Interstate Commerce Commission is expected to be along Ihe same lines for tho rates notoriously have enabled express companies to pay exorbitant divi dends. Predictions ere made that one express company after another will accept offers of purchase from railroads and within a few years cease to exist. One of tho greatest gainers by this elimination process will be the banks. The American Hankers1 Association for years has fought the express companies, on the matter of currency transfers and this year inaugurated a vigorous effort to cut into the business done In travel ers' cheques. The system devised by express companies was such that banks had to do most of the actual work of transferí In? money while the expess companies made the profits. Camilla's Wheat Crop. The surplus wheat crop of western Canada upon which the cost of Uncle Sam's loaf nowadays depends has been reported to the Chicago board of trade nt a. round 1 05,1100,000 bush els which Is somewhat below the yield of last year. The ci op .estimates divide the wheat as follows: Mani toba, 28,t60,16 bushels: Saskatche wan, 6.,2"iO,000; Alberta, spring, 5. 370,014, winter, l,!l,r)5,784. The oat crop tor the three provinces is placed at 108,301,000 bushels; barley. 7.130,- 770 bushels, and flax, 7,729,150 bush els. Saskatchewan suffered loss from drouth In proportion to the area un der cultivation than tho other prov inces. William Pearson of Winnipeg, known as "Last Mountain Pearson" from having colonized the rich valley In Saskatchewan, of that name gives the acreage in wheat at 4.642,'00. Tho average yield for the province will be about fifteen and n half bush els, making allowance for hail and late frosts. Canadian Northern rail way reports show Ihat oats in Sas katchewan have suffered more than wheat. In Alberta conditions are sharply divided Into north and south. The south has suffered severely from lioulh. and here ere located the larg est areas of both spring and winter wheat. Hon. v. R. Motherwell, min ister of agriculture, of Saskatchewan estimates the wheat acreage at 4.500, onu In round numbers, allhough the actual area under that grain is slightly larger. He discards áOO.000 acres as unfit to be considered in a crop calculation on account of dam age through various causes. For the remaining 4.00(1. flinl acres he places the average yield at fifteen bushels, and It Is in this manner that he ar rives at a total oi' BO.OOO.Oao bushels. é ll I, IMALOY'S! Leave us your order for ConcordGrapes, Tomatoes for Catsup, Peaches for Preserving. Jelly Glasses Parafine Rubbers Jar Tops and Jars of all Sizes Cane Sugar and Pure Spices A. J. Maioy ZU CENTRAL AVE PHONE 72. HITS tiii: MARK and Is the kind mother used to mnke. Many of our patrons prefer it to the made-at-homo article, to say nothing oí tho work and worry saved tlio housewife. Mother and grandmother Join In the general praise of Buster Brown and Cream Bread, and our Cakes anil lies. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street LAS VEGAS ATTORNEY IN RUNAWAY ACCIDENT .f. W. I. Veedor narrow 1 1 r.capc In jury While) lirlvlng Spirited Hoi-m YrMmlay. Mast 1.MS, Vegas. NT. M.. Sept. 17. While driving In the business portion of the city this afternoon, near the corner of Douglas avenue and Seventh street. Attorney J. W. I. Veedor met with what might have been a serious accident. The spirited horse he was driving became frightened at the harness accidentally giving awav and fallinc down and striking its 'heels, bolted, throwing Mr. Veedor out uiid overlurniinr , badlv smashing the buggy. The frightened animal was stopped after running a short dis tance. Mr. Veedor fortunair-U- ,.. el with a bad shaking np. v Not a minute should , p(iit when a child shows aymptoma of croup Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given "s soon aa the child becomes' h.are or even after Ihe enmpv cough ap pears, will prevent the a:ta, k. Fold' by all druggista. ARMORY Roller Skating Rink : K V i-: R V l A V : mop.mm; si:s.sios.io to 12 All I JiXOONS 2:30 to 5 l: i:l4.S 7.;so to Special Attention Given Beginners FOR SALE Ranch of 43 acres, known as I! R.ineh, no?, Alameda; good Improve ments; under ditch. Ranch (,f o, seres, known Hunt Ranch, one mile north of city! eiod improvements; fine orchard and small fruity; under ditch. 13 acres or unimproved land on mile north of city, but under dlh "Oil In cultivation. If you want a ranch It will ry f'"1 to inv. jtipate above. Trite ni1 terms reasonable. JOHN' A. WIIITK, Altornry-gt-Ia-Cromwell lildg.. Albnunorque. !.'. THE NEAL IS THE ONLY CURE FOR THE DRINK HABIT vn.l ,""a,",'"- "o hypodermic Injections with a boml n ITdl T Ta- V1"1- THItl E IAVS. The Xe.l Institute V"" a?. . 1 T ns f rpflnel ho"' f,,r "" P"ents The trrnln.e.t ent to the ho.. of lhno nn.hu. to po to Hie lntltuia. Write for a mpf or H contract ami IVro IlooUot. .. illli MvAI. IAsTITVTK. Trirphona Jji. Edward Scydci, llgr. 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