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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 9,1911.
CE WITH VERY BAD MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS SCORED BY . SHIPPERS' ATTORNEYS Declared Burden Rests With Them to Prove That Defic iency in Revenue Can Only Be Met By Rate Raise. By Morning Jnarnal Siieris! Im4 H ire J Washington, Jiin. 8. ThHt the? railroads ot the t'nltecl States have not demonstrated tlmt their nianage inetit I hoth efficient and eroiloml nil. la the contention made In n brief commission by William Huvnie and If ('. l,uat, on hehiilf of the Illinois Manufacturers' association In the pending investigation ol proposed ad atiee In freight rate. "It was evltletit there wan no pre sumption one way or the oiher Ihiit the carrier are efficiently mid eco nomically operated,'' says the hrlrf, "and, a the burden real upon them Under the interstate roinnierce (Ht to prove their rase; to prove It, they mimt show efficient management." Jt i maintained that thin proof ha not been demonstrated hemline "rail road management shows the mime evil today a many year bko," when It liecanie necessary to IiiHlilute (toy. ernmrntnl regulation of the carriers. While the briefs deal generally with the rate situation throughout the pountry It make particular reference to proposed advance In western trunk line territory. These are not ad vance on claa rale, hut on roinmnd Ity rates, approximately sixty com moditic being selected to hear the linloaed Increase. It la urged that part of the luir den "f proor In t ahnvv that the rules ua to piirtlcnlar I'ommudlilea affect ed are reasonable. .This, il In sub mitted, luia not heen done. Much, argument bus been submitted on what ( imatltulca a renaunuldn rate. "The railroad contend." assert i the brief, "that It la the value of the aervlce to the shipper, namely, nil that lh traffic, will bear, We tnalnlalii that H the carrier ta entitled lo earn I a return nm to exceed per rent tipon the amount Hctttally Invent ed In aood faith In the properly, pro vided !t rtu' Eoen ef I b'ienl I)' operated, and th ralea which jitdd audi a re turn do not tinduh' burden the pulillc, "Where It 1 otiKht to make a Vdnnket cheduln of ratea for many road In tho game territory It la obvl on Ineiiuiillty and Injitatbe may at onee be met with, one rmid may hav coat a hundred million dollar; anoth er road mny have coat $20,oil0,tl(l- ll In wood fttlth. "If yon limit the rale ao that thf cheaper toad only earn alx per cent yon kIv n le return to the more ex pensive one and cimveraely, If yon Klve a si per cent reliirn to the e pfiiHivA road, you (the an ehorh!tunt return to the cheaper one. We take Il there Is no problem before this eommlaalon today more itnpoiiant or more perplexing," It i ciMiteiMled that (he proper baala of rates "I the actual Investment of th farrier In K"od fullli ir tlm road la effldently operuted and Hie rales Jut to the people, The renaonahle rule not only miiat Rive, only a ren aonalile return to the railroad, but It should i"t exact from the public more than it reaaoiniblo sum fur the service performed. If It doe, the rate cannot attmd, "Th .carrier must uliow Hint the particular commodity on whlrlt 11 de Mred to advance the rale can (land the advance, that the relativity nf thai rutu to ralin on tilhci cotiiuioiimca I not out of line, and alao la nut out of ln a to other localities, "Then if I lie- ranter eboH that llie rate will only yield to It H rcimnniiblo return uccordltiK In ll Htandaid of llieiiaureuient that it rood haa been efficiently updated: and thai the rate will not be oppressive or unreasonable In the public, the carrier haa made nut a prima facie eae under the stat ute, If it has not mado ot fitch a ense, this rommlaslnn I without pow er to Ki'imt an Increase." I'ollowlng thene luoad pi liu ipli a. t onics an analysis of the rune us pre sented t.) the ronunlKHloii In the teall mony. Thla proves It la contended, that "the carriers have not made out a rnse and thereinre, are not entitled to any Increase." ' It la admitted that the railroads need encouragement (lf H Huhlanlial kind mill that the carriers have per formed a wonderful service: but It la liuliited out that they have reaped stupendous rewards and have ahared to a remarkable deaiee in the pros perous condition they hue helped to create, As to the best way to meet extatlnK coiiditionK, various court decisions are cited In support of the proposition to base the rule upon the cost In good faith of (he nveraue railroad in anv Hiven territory. It a auuKeateil that In some way, at some time, the value nt a roud Will be established us a liasis for the fielcht rate or that pur tlitihir road. Attention Is dtreiied lo tho iirKti ment of eastern carriers Hint ih..v are the two great creators of energy. You can get along without Scott's Kmulshn if you have enough sunshine, but for the millions who don't get much sunshine, Scott's Emulsion is absolutely necessary. You can always get Scott's , Emulsion. Get sunshine, too, whenever you can. i H US liiliJi0Ii I i l II ii il naa iii . ar,. entitled to an Imrfaw In rate, because of the advance iti wages which t l-y have turn ompelled to bIIkw. Ii i pointed mit thiit ihceonn. try In md yet dear of th business depression throuiih khlili it has brt-n pastng and In aHow the nnnimpnl of the carriers thai because time are nut id good, would mmn. if followed tn lis logical i ii I i r mi oil . that the lime when the carriers would export to eai their high rates would hp In time of panic. When the railroads, the brief as serts, route before the commission with request thHt they should be allowed to InrrrHse their rates he cuiiKe, otherwise, they would nut he able to sell their seciirilh or par ii dividend, the "burden rests on ttirin to fhnw thHt the numey actually In vested in good faith In their proper ties has hern rqnal to the ft mount or their rMpilailxntloii on which they wlh to pay Interest and dividends. The commission In urged to hear l".:Z I advance (inner I'onMKiemiion lire only ft Wedge lor the Introduction or a general ad vance, provided the carrier ran es tablish the principle that they need more money Mint are justified In jet ting It fmm the public through In creased rales. MISSOURI BANK ROBBED OF $12,000 Td.iiMlonln. Mo., Jan. ft. Thoiinh five diKllnct rxploiiliina were heard ahoii 3 o'clock thla inoiiilnn no at tention i paid to th-m. At 6 o'clock II wi'x discovered that the I'ank of Hoiiatoulft had heen robheil or t'j.liiiii and that till trh'phona and leleuraph wlrea Iciidinx Into town had heen cut. All I he money In the aa'fe, ecept n few silver dollar, waa taken hy the rohhera Alter the fate of the hank had heen dynanilled It la believed the rubber stole u horae and btiKKy and went tn Hedalln. A horae and hiiKary which dlaappefired III the nlKht were found early thla mornliiK. A reward of f.Mlll haa been offered for the iirreal and cunvlcllon of each robber. BUSINESSOUT LOOK FOR STEEL TRADE IS GOOD I'lttsbtirif. Jan. . Th new year looks hopeful and business lit prea ent Is rncoiirgRlnit hut nt this early dale It would ha Impossible to ittv more than a eastml forecast' of the prospect for 191 1. This wa the statement made by William K. Corey, retiring president of the fulled Klules Hteel corporation, after the dinner of tho Carnel Hteel i perathe at the Ihiuuensn club here lust nlnht. : A to the future lie said he. had miide no plans. He' also said hi du ties as president, while s-pposeclly ending with the rinse of tho fiscal year of lhe corporation, may en:! to per, Capture of Guerrero By Govern ment Troops Marks End of Trouble in Chihuahua, Mex ico City Authorities Claim, Illy Mnnilns iluuraal Hiierlnl Leased Wlri-1 Mexico t'lly, Jan. .-.'u details of tho tukliiB 'f tliieneri., slate of Chi huahua to' the federal soldiers yester day have reached Mexico City ucoril 'I hk to a statement of a aoverumeiit olilclal .toiiiuhl. II la believed, how ever that not a ilu t was fired and the levoliillonlal Vied before the sol diers under ilenrral Navarro reached the outskirts of the town. I lo vcrti luent i tllcials were reticent tnnlKhl about tnnklnir anv statement reMiirilltiK I he political situation but intimated thin thev thought he re Micllinri una inactlcally at end. INM Itltl t TOK ( ltltY till' .MIMllt.S' WKAPONS 1,1 I'iiko, Tex., Jan. . Itallway men arrlvtiiK here I mm the south stale that j.n January 2 a party of twenty-live Innurrectoa vlslled the Snii I'edrn minis and carried away ell ef the arms and aimniintttnn ob tainable toKcthcr with a Itirae ipinn tlty of priiN IsIoun, No rrallance waa oifereil by the mlnliiK companies. On January f, I nil head of lun acs were taken from the ranch of Miircti Ites sck near Iteiucdlas, WOMAN VICTIM OF BANDITS SUCCUMBS W'lnnemuccii. Nev., Jan. 8. Mrs. Jean ijulllrl, mIiiisc hiisbaml waa shot dead by baudlta In lhe hold-up of his a loon at Imlay last Friday ntuht, and who wi's shot In the hark by one of the rolibets, died at noon today In the county hospital here of her w ound. A I least one of I bo bandits la el lame, pursued by the sheriff and posse. Two men lm were tracked from the scrim of the robbery and murder hv an Indian trailer, were arrested the moriiius; after the crime was commuted ami are belim hebl for examination In the county Jail. WIFE HELD FOR ATTEMPT TO POISON HUSBAND Pittsburg-. Pa,, Jan. X. il. M , Stio daker. lhe grain elevator superintend ent, who was taken lo a Imspilul last inn hi suffering I rnm poison adminis tered In a "strychnine sandwich." re-, gullied conscloUsm-ns today find the I 'In iii In in. give eiicoui agenient for bis recovery Mrs. Minnie Ktrolmkcr, his wire. Is detained, pending Investigation. She maintains her Innocence, The poison was round was Or. t.. CC, Campbell who had been called to attend strobaker Salurduy nt his place of business, ir. Campbell on Investigating found two pieces of blend placed together like a sandwich. These had been partially ealeii. Hem ecu the bread was found the alr.xrhnme. I aio-oii Writ U Mine llnlldlngs. Ictor, Colo,, Jan. -An evplosioti of several hundred pounds of dna mite In the ihuwlug room id the lir.inlle mine on Untile mountain early this morning wrecked the inluc build ings, shattered windows In buildings half a mile distant and did damage estimated between ;5.imm and M", HO 0. No unit was seriously Injured. REBELLION ENDED JAY OFFICIALS , HIT MACHINE iT RESPONSIBLE FOB TRAGEDY IN TERFECT CONDITION IS VERDICT OF EXPERTS Signed Statement From Four International Aviators Re sents Imputation That Mech anicians Were at Fault. Hy .M'irning Joaraiil Kperlal Leased Mire ,'ew York, Jan. X. Four of the In- ternalli iial aviators who were, with I Mnisant ,nt New Orleans when ho fell lo his death have sent ln.lJi" Asso ciated I'ress a sinned statement t of their flhdiiiKs in an examination of his machine made on tike spot limrie dlnlely alter he fell. Itcne Hlmon, liene Harrier, (Jarros and Audemara all declare that the evidence shows thai Molannt had shut off lhe power, that every atay and control was Inlnc!, and that nobedv Rill ever know why his "wonderful and admired airmanship" met defeat. Hut on one thing they are emphatic--thai Miibnni'a merhanlclatia, Uir spatch and Ferlct, bad taken every Lprecautlon, and that hi death was In no way due to anv omission of theirs. Albert Fllcux's statement publish ed here that Molsnnt'a Hlerlot had been too often broken and repaired und that II was overweighted Willi linrollne when he went up for the Mlchilln prize, they deny as un founded imptifattoha of nejjlect. KHeiix waH the mechanio who miiile the I'arls-I.ondon fllKhl with Moisaht and in a letter to a New York news paper man received here tonight Hairos writes for his fellow aviator supplementing the statement to the Associated Press In part u follows: "In Incrimination of carelessness causing- death Is a professional dis honor for those boys who urn km vvn In France among the best men who ever worked on aviation fields. What was printed about them made them so sorry that they cried when they talked 1n us uhout It. They desetve nothing hut praise for the way they prepared Movant's machine, spending a whole day In cbanulng every holt and every wire of the controls, for new ones." The language of the formal state ment rings a little oddly to American ears, hut the writers were laboring with an unaccustomed language and they expressed the wish that It he not altered In so much a one word. The statement follows. "We have read astonishment In sev eral leading newnpapers of New York lhe report of an Interview with Al bert Kllriix, the late John II. Mov ant's mechanician. Flleux, who wna (Uncharged by Molsnnt during the re cent Memphis meet, Insinuate that the men, who replaced him lacked i.'iue or ability in the preparation of the machine used by our regretted friend when he was klllod. Flleiix does not seem to realize the responsi bility of such nil Insinuation. We shall be obliged to you for kindly publishing the following: 'We have carefully examined the wrecked Hlerlot a lew minute after lhe accident and we hereby certify that all the Controls of the machine were nbsolulely Intact. Jt was aiild that the motor had been slopped, hilt Molsnnt had stopped It himself. He was obviously trying to land In a lit tle space specially prepared 'for the purpose, it lew feet from the fatal spot. In fart, we found the Ignition shut off. What Is the cause Hint de feated Molannt' wonderful and ad mired airmanship everyone will talk about, but nobody ran know. Hut we are positive that nothing went wrong with the machine. "The two nieihanlcs who were In charge of It lire; Hene Oerparh, who belonged to the works of I.oula Hler lot from the beginning until he was selected to be Kmll Auburn's man. It Is Interesting to note that one or the tin il leiuurkiihle features of Auburn's brilliant career Is that he never had any accident of any kind and never broke a piece of any aeroplane from the first day he used one. Auburn Is the only known nvlator in that case, and llclspach was his mechanic near ly all the lime lie new. "When Auburn went home, after Krlmont park, lleipach naked per slmmlon to stay In Ametlca with Item Harrier and Molsant. Jean Ferlct worked in aviation In the very beginning with (luyot who made a great name in Uussla, flying the see "ink machine ever bulll for sale by Hlerlot. iHiyout gave up aviation af ter e led full. J. Kit let was engaged by Hone Simon, then at his debut, and took tare of him all throush his . . . . . i i iti in campaign in curopc, wnicn i I .. 1.1... ,u .. (I... ... Iu., I oMoe Olio inini'iin en me ursi i use fighter (sic of France.) (inr mechan ics are proving their pro'lessioniil ability and devotion to us every day and we cannot allow Flleux nor any one else any dlsgrnceful Insinuations ahoiit them, "It. K. tlAUKOS, . ' " F.N K HA It II I Kit, 'ItKNK SIMON. , "i:. A I'D KM A HS." Colin Identally with the arrival nf Harms' leller tile Aero Club of Amer ica made known tonight that it has given up all hope that (Irahame Wblle. the llrliiah aviator will with iliaw his protest against the award to MolKiinl of Thomas Ii van's fljl.OflO prize for the Statue of Liberty flight. A hearing on the proleHt Is lo c lue before the federation Aeronnutiqiie Internationale In Part day after to morrow, lull It had been thought 111 bw of Molsant iinlortunnte death at New Orleans the protest might he withdrawn. No word of any such In tention having heen received at the ilcenlb hour, the Aero Club of America gave out tonight an Informal resume of lis position and of the brief which It will submit to the Interna tional arbitrators. In a word lhe club believes it was perfectly Justified III . awarding the prise to Molsant at the close of lhe Intel nnllenul meet hele and It will flshi to the end for It memory and estate end for the good name of American spi rt. Privily, ilruhame- While's original protest to the Aero Club of America Amerhn was based on the fai l that he we not allowed to make a second trial lu-alnst Mi Isa ill's better time bill the protest now filed In his behalf hv Hie Itoyal Aero Club of limit Hritaln takes another ground. lhe Itoyal Aelo club holds the or iginal I eiiiiremeiil for ouallficallon pl'i vl.lcd that no entry for the Statue of Liberty Might would be received unless lhe applicant had pieiousl remained In the air one hi ur during the Internatli Hal meet. Molsant hail not, for an uchlenl cut him n few minutes short. To the Hist protests, although, it s no h nger entertain ed, America replied that the meet clo.-fd ol ficlally on Sunday nicht. Oc tober :iu and thai Monday' ev nls ucre a special program, with special prize run nil for lhe benetit of the speciati t who had been gicn wind and rain checks. To the see. ii, protest America re plies that the reniiirement of quali fication were originally inserted only because of the danger of the flight, to bar inexpert aviators, and that whin It became evident the contest had narrowed to de l.esseps, (irnhame White and Moisant, the clause was ab rogated, under the authority f a general rule permitting the manage ment to alter the conditions of liny contest lis emergency might dictate. The time of the limit for the flight had already been extended contends the club, at the expressed desires o'i Vir. Hvan and de lesseps and Ijithani had notified the management that If it were extended again, beyond the official termination of the meet on Sunday night, they would protest the award. Affidavit covering all the point In contention have been forwarded to Franc by the Aero Club of America, and they will be Introduced to the federation by lla representative The Aero club has retained M. Henri Canard of the firm of Coudert broth er r.s Ps representative and has des ignated as delegates Major T. Hent ly Moll, 1'. S. A., and .Messrs. Hart O. Ilerg. N. W. Mix. Kugene lllggins and l.orlllard Itunalds. A copy of the American brie'i' ha alio been submitted lo Ambassador Huron, so that he may be fnniriiiir with the fart. SCIENTIST PLANS TO BREED NEW ANIMALS l.osion, Jan. S. Experiments in the breeding of animals similar to those carried on by Luther Hurhank with plant life are announced by lr. William IJiiiest Castle, a sciential at Harvard university. lir. Castle baa been able to breed a race of guinea pigs wilh four toes on the hind feet, where usually there are only three: to Invent a new color for a guinea pig, the cinnamon, which was not known to naturalists till hi were bred; a silver guinea pig that also Is pew to science and two kinds of rata are far enough apart In color to be culled varieties, although they were reared from the same ancestors, Dr. Castle h just set forth the re sult of hi work In lecture In udvuncp or their presentation through scientif ic Journals. MISSION Foa 1 CONNECTICUT PARSON RESIGNS HIS PASTORATE Declares Organized Christi anity Is Dissolute and Plays Fast and Loose With Princi ples for Which Savior Died, Illy Morning Jiiurlial Npeclnl Leased Wire) Meridian, Conn., Jan. 8. The Uev. Dubois 11. i Loux, pastor of lhe Cen ter Congregational church, who hits embraced socialism and 'written u novel preBentliig his theories of mod em Moclul problems, read Ills resigna tion a pastor al lhe morning service today. In this letter ha said: "If you will understand my term, I hold it without question that or- giiulzed Christianity today Is disso lute, tt Is playing, last und Iookc with the principles for which Christ died. It dare not be true. A church today Is i social organization with religious and moral tendencies. "It must require doctrines that are congenial and undlHturblng. Out of Its necessities ll feels that It must keep Its per to-the, ground to make sure that lhe world of wealth Is not of feuded. "For this reason to he true to my ministry, I must stand outaldu the pule of pastorate, that I may voice my protest purely. I have counted the cost. The doors of the churches will be closed to me. our colleges could not afford to welcome me into A professor's chair. Business door are closed. "For two months while ooupyitig this pulplj 1 have heen testing the fart. I am still allocking for some door to open where 1 ran support my " funiMv doimr ' ' . an honest work, while speaking the message ot an honest minister, and If neccssaty I ran die." soTiAiisjs nr.MONsTH.vn-: Ali.VINST rONSTTITTION fctruitsburg, Cetniiiny, Jan. 8. Im mense socialist and radical demon strations were held here today in pro teat against the proposed new consti tution for Alsace-Lorraine, the draft of which was adopted by the Hunde rath on December 16. Bernard Heahle. u member of the relchatag, made a speech In which he demanded a republican r rm of government. The iiianll'estantg marched through the streets but there were no sorbin d'sturhaiices. Similar demliiKtratlons were held 111 M uehlehauaeli, -Met a;, Coliiiar, and other cities. NOTED CROOK CAUGHT BY SAN FRANCISCO POLICE llj Murnlag Jnurnal Sic1kI Iea.ed Wire) San Francisco, Jan. S Joseph Con llnski, alias Goldberg, nllii "Jesky, the Nigger," a notorious criminal, who Is wanted In several states, was cap tured here today at the aviation grounds by Detective Helian of the local force. The chief mark against Conllnskl In the police records Is from Itrook lyn. N. Y. lie Is wanted there on a c harge or grand larceny. The police say that he with four other men, was arrested there a year ago on the charge of writing threatening letters to rare truck men. The letter de manded thousand of dollars and threatened to poison horses and do other cruel thing If the money was not delivered. The gang. It 4s claimed, got a good deal of money In this way. They were released on bond and ran uwn last January, Conllnskl, thp police sy, adniltled bis guilt In connection wilh the Hrooklyn affair, lie Is also wanted In Seaitio for buiKlary. CHURCH OFFER SCI The Nea! Iimstitete i For the Cure of Alcoholism The Neal Institute will remove all desire and craving for alcoholic Liquors and will put the patient in a vigorous mental and physical condition so far as the effect of alcohol is concerned. That gnawing, burning desire for stimulants disappears, and in its place arises hope and con fidence, in the knowledge that you are a Free Man, transformed in three short days from a slave. Think it over seriously. Culy three short days. At your home dermic injections just simple, harmless vegetable medicine freedom and renewed life. Is it not worth while? Booklet and further information. Address: The Neal Institute 512 North Second Street Albuquerque, N. M. LORiMER CASE MAY BLOCK BUDGET IN CONGRESS APPROPRIATION BILL , DOOMED TO DELAY Dwight, Whip of House, Will At tempt to Keep Republican Majority on the Job All This Week, ' , jny Morning Jiaimnl gperlal I.raurd Wirel Washington, Jan. 8. Senators In terested in getting to work on appro priation bills that have passed the house are beginning to fear that con sideration of the Lorlmer case muv prevent them from giving the budget measures the cnrfful study the bills merit. Indications ere that the Lor lmer case may consume a major por tion of nil the time that remains of the present session. Hither Senator Heverldge or Senator Owen will speak tomorrow in opposition to Senator Lorlmer being permitted to retain his seal. Whichever speaks an at tack will he made upon the findings of the committee on privileges and elections, exonerating the senator on the charges of bribery filed in connec tion with his election. This is expected to precipitate n controversy on .which the senate will have to divide for or against Mr. Lorlmer. As the question Is one of highest privilege It can he irought up even to the exclusion of appropriation bills. Representative Dwight, the republi can whip of the house, this week will continue his effort to keep a lenuh- llcan majority constantly in the chamber. Me !s trying to carry out his promises to President Tal't that n legislative program will be enacted that will prove satisfactory to the ad ministration. Members fear, however, thnt even If the house crowds administration measures though they will Hland lit tle prospect of enactment by the sen ate -'lecuuae of the Lorimer contest. There seems little prospect of anv decision by congress between the ma jority and the minority of the com mittee which Investigated the Hnllln- ger-Pinchot case. Occnsslonally some one suggests that the house vote on the question but nothing whatever 1 heard of the reports in the senate. In both branches it is manifest that most ol the members are Inclined to forget the controversy. The Inquiry of the house rommlt- tee on naval affairs Into Captain Peary's claim to have discovered the north pole, made In connection with the senate bill to retire him as a renr admiral Is attracting considerable at tention. Captain Peary, for the pur pose of bringing out any facts that the committee may desire, announced that he would assume a defensive po slticn, but he Invited questions. Hep resentHtlve Macon of Arkansas is the lender or the opposition to tints hon- rlng Captain Peary. Whether the senate committee on Judiciary will adopt the report of the sub-committee which recommend ed a constitutional amendment for the lections of senators hy direct vote, depends largely upon the late nf the Depew amendment which would al low congress to make regulation grvernlng primaries In connection with senatorial contests. Southern senatoi claim to see In It an effort lo violate the laws oi' certain state disfranchising negioe voters. The sentiment Is believed to be awalnst the Depew amendment, hut If It falls In committee it probably will be of fered In the senate. The committee meets tomorrow to act upon the sub committee report. E Findings in Los Angeles Times Explosion Affair Have Not and Will Not Be Given to the Piiplic, Morning Journal KimUI Issued Wire I Lo Angeles, Oil., Jan. S, The grand Jurv Investigating the explo sion which wrecked the Los Angcde 'limes and killed twenty-one of its employes on October 1 last has made no report or Its findings whatever, further than the Indictments voted some iluy ago. and published state ment that e. report hss been made. are without foundation. Presiding Judge Waller Horclwell. of tlie niperior mint, who summon ed the and Jury, gave the following ntNorlxed statement to the A Mucin t- 1', ii nfis loingni: i ue granu jury investigating the Times ces.. h:'s made no repoit In that matter and will make none. I positively folbude the Ef'nd Jurv GRAND JURY REPORT NOT TO BE ID making any report heoause such ac tion would be unwarranted and would place them directly In con tempt of court. Publication of what purports to be a grand Jury report In this case Is without Justification or foundation and hears on Its face evidence of itrlckery and deceit.' The alleged report published here today contains the statement that it did not come from any member of the grand Jury und no court official could be found who knew anything about it. YOUNG GIRL VICTIM OF COWARDLY OUTRAGE Pittsburg, Pa., Jen. ft. With her face and shoulders seared and scarred by the contents nf a can of lye that was thrown n her face last night. Miss Myrtle Harney lies at her 'fa ther's home in (lakdale, a suburb und probably disfigured for life. .Miss Ilurney was walking from the Oakdale station to her hi. me Satur day night with a young brother when n man appeared from behind a tree and dashed the lye over her. Instinc tively she closed her eyes, thus saving her sight. The family Is nt a loss to account for the attack. BUILDING TRADES WILL ARRANGE DEMONSTRATION Denver, Colo., Jnn. S. The Den ver building trades council today ar ranged for n public demonstration and protest of union labor against the decision of Judge Greeley W. Whltford sentencing sixteen miners of the northern Colorado ronl fields to prison for contempt. Committees were named to Interest labor unions In Denver und throughout the state. It is planned to march to the capl tol grounds some day this week and"! present a formal protest with Gov-1 emor Shu froth. , STARVING MAN IN OPEN BOAT PICKED UP AT SEA Ponsacoln, Fin., Jan. 8. Almost exhausted from hunger and exposure, the result of having buffeted about at sea in a small row boat, John K. Dougherty engaged In work on the ex tension of the Florida Kast Coast rail road near Sund Key, was brought here tonight on the Dutch steamer Dnrd relch. . . According to his story, he was try ing to cross a small rhannel when one of his oar broke. He was unable to make any progress against the tide with the other oar and was carried to sea before he could attract the atten tion of his fellow workmen. .. SAN FRANCIS'COFiREMEN RAISE FUND FOR WIDOWS San Francisco, Jan. 8. lty volun tary contributions, the members of the San Frnncisco fire department have raised 11,000 for the benefit of the families of their fellow fire flght lers who lost their lives In the stock yards blaze nt Chicago and $500 for the widows and orphans made by the Philadelphia conflagration. Chief Murphy hag turned over drafts for the respective amounts to Mayor Mc Carthy, to be handed to the mayors of Chicago und Philadelphia on hi approaching trip to Washington, in the Interest of San Francisco's fight for the Panama-Pacific world's fair. DYNAMITE PLANTED . BENEATH PRISON WALLS Jackson. Mich.. Jnn. 8. It develop ed today that most of the dynamite found yesterday burled In the state luison yards here was unearthed by one of five men who were recently transferred to Marquette, prison. The prisoner h:vd confessed to Warden i'uler of Marquette thiit n plan was on 'foot to blow up Jackson prison. After disclosing the ccnspiiacy the nr'soner wp Immediately hrnnrbt here. IIo soon found sixteen of the twenty-one pieces of explosive mater ial which he hud warned Warden Ful ler were planted about the Institu tion CAMORRA PRISONERS ARE CLOSELY GUARDED Vlterbo, Italy, Jan. 8. The date for the trial of the thirty-two Camor rlsls who were brought here Jester day from Naples has not yet been fixed but It is expected lhe prlsoneis will be taken before the Judge a bout the last of Kegruarv to Hiiswer to the charge of having murdered one of their members, Cuocolo and his wife. 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