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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
S-lcrn of tin- . H i u n 1 1. Co miner, i.il luti. rt a son. I cirniiK l-berim j Mr. Smith. The I'hi.niu P.. publh - j in kiih. t In ,bro e wlta the r-. j u ot tin- AHuiuutT.pic ('niinr. i.il i Int.. Hi.' Lou i d o; trjvdc ".iriii -m t. It -gram t" tlic i.iiimut'- i.ii . rni'iinf of the t'nlle,) Stuf m I .il--. ursiint csrl) Sud favorable tt..n i n the Malt hit.) I ufht1"!'.. Pr. m"ii'S' th, l.oanl had written .... t. .. the com mercial hcujun lit .rixm ilng th-m tn lak lik lii.n. mi It i mi'l'i'M tl Wuvliinftn ia hy tl.t I itn.- ren-iv iru tPlciiial'hic txi.ri-snn lr .ni ii.th ter rilorie. r't.llon hit" I ti in. '?i5i' fill from here est. rday: " 'Phoenix. Art.. J 13. 111. H"n. Wlt'bim Ahlm Smith, chair man iimiiiltt. .- on t rritm ii . Washington, I. C. " That yunr 4 ommil lee i n territor ies may report favorably ,.r, st.ttt hot. 1 fur Arlnnna Ik the arre st .r: -r t the Phocm In ur'l nf trull'. While Arir. mt I irmtr'iwiiis in n I ' t - .l un favorable conditions ne I thai mil iiu.ta of pri-anf mini tin- full complete era of dev clnpni, nt that should be our nr.- now iiinl will on tinue to bo held In (in-k If statehood In further delayed. V want a vvt I. emu to the msltrhood nf tin" stale thr't HI reflect the uli'rv i.f nur future sue itn on the entire country. Your i'tn inlttee by at rortst piirtorm mi nt of Art t ilia's refluent, t an (In much tit plac. tin nn an iual footttm with or ft-1 -low America nn. Tlio 'tilK Pa. aril -r Trade. J. H. MCLlNTi K K. President "IIAItltY WL'I.CIL Si i r-liir." ' Limnis ritoM i'.imm ss MKX Altf. (.ol; IV In accordant e with the ,ini;csilon rif President Stem of the Commercial ilub, the biicin. men f Albu.iier'Ue nnd other towns lire ciiilinK b ib rs tn their business, correspondent I.) the cast, asking the eastern firms tn write to their senator to hury .tip statehood. Smne lo al business men have tent out tt rmtnv u Iweiitv.five auh letter iilnaily uml ntlier are following anlt r;i j.ltlty. It i Wel that lettert from the Mb e.ifl. rp lml nes houiiei" R.ion eotrinieme to pour In on the mniiloix. Prating th InuaaRC of the ntiitehoi.il remilutlon. WOUNDED BOyIaNDIT SURRENDERS TO POLICE r.eniria, t'al., June 1 I'rank Mel ville, known a "The hoy Imnilit," -rnlM tl if hiil.Jln up raloona in e eral rltlea anil for whom pnMnea ot urmed men have heen mi hini; tor aeveral day, wan eaptureil In Ihln lty. The hoy mmle no resNliim e. Kliiilliiu hia viiiratiera lnt niKht. M'l Vllle tame to rienlela anil enciiKeil room In a lonVlnir hoote. After he left the houe toilay the In n-1 luly ' auaplrlona were arouaetl hy hloo.l utiilna In the room he hail nrenpleil. She notified the polii(. and Melville nan arrenteil lie aiilfet ln from two "tindit. one in the lelt alioiilih r and fine In the le. rerelve.l ilurirm lil runnlnir fight tilth the polire oil Wedneaday. MISSION WORKERS IN MOROCCO REPORTED SAFE Wanhlnltton, June 11. The afety of the Amerlean fiilBiionat v. (Jeome C. Head of Weeping Water. Xel tvho wan reported a in lamier sinioia1 the rebellious Moors, whs IihUi ated hy a I'iihlewram to the state department from Amerlean MiniMer t'ttrpenter TatiKlerM, iiniiounelnK that 1 1 -1 1 lias heen (jlven a safe isroit to the coat The Kri-m h lesation has leprirtrd to Minister Carpenter that nil the other missionaries at .Meitnmet are HMfe and .Ml. I in pent! I ha taken tepa to have them (fathered eithei at that plnre or at Fe until the timi lile In Mm nn o is over. . ALASKA GIRL SHOOTS U, S, DEPUTY MARSHAL Skauway. Alaska. June ! S l.cna V.ernholcr, sixleeii sears old, snot and tani;erouHv w iiunjeu I ti u i Mine Deputy Marshal 1'ri d r'oiii-. when !o atlcmpteil todin lo seiie a writ of dis piiKscsslou on the Kill s mini, Mbs Miiiy Ih rnhofer. pr.iprletor of tin New Hume hotel Mis lleinh r and her nice ale hllll 111 poasessioti of the holt I. will, h Miss lletllllolil. Il Is Slid, has threat ened to s. t on Hie it another attempt Is made lo cni her. The huthllnn I In the htatl oi town and the olnn leer fin- department i held in tr, il lness as It - r- it r - I a m ii' inl i"ii 1 1. m rat i. .li v.i.ul.l .-hII 11 the wuhuiU made e..u. her ihi . .1. Mts I., na P, I hb..:. i i,it Pol been urrc-ted lloilio id splint i.i 101- I 1 11 1 n. I . New Y.o k June 1 1,. Tw o II. - bellfV C, III I'C I lies, o I e, II, - Il Smith, .ii , mo lie-r;. f. Inn, w.n I .-ell 1 1 .1 1 1 1. 111 tie K .11 v hind St.it. li Ulai.d I-..I ,v. loefil I s ,,l II,. en l. I, ... 1 11 knil. h. lo.lb wen nt tl that vaiii-be.l mi a th.iii.l. r. lo, 111 l.itt Satunl.iv iiiulil. N"t 1 s,i. k lehri-U ot the v .o bt I...S V , be. II U K!Ws sl'l . sl 7 lull- I cnoy Stuii Pure I'liiit .lelli In l.la- , . i I'kg. Sago I.V cull l Sar, line In Oil J'u 2 llins id herile ;I.V 3 l. of frcxh crisp r,,. Lci . . . i.-.c lll-lh. pull of Svrup 10, ',-lh. pklt. ol I ileoanal , , I.V "j-lli. till of l lptiMi'ti Ten .'Ulc a cans of siring licuiw -J-'m- 2 cmn. of .lam :,! J.V httlllf nf llllli 2(te sliforiila t oinaliMst 1,1, i 111: y. . U111. Kll Kl; l1oieor 311 Kolllll I1M k. 'Jptank of Establish 1890 CAPITAL AND H'R M.I'S. 1200,000.00 OOltn-ra ami Ihrtitctrs: BOtOMOH LUNA. W. 8. PTIlICKLEn freatilsnt V.-Pres. and t'sshler T r PAf.rniDou if. m. douohemtt. f, W. KKLLT A. M. BLACKWELL PENROSECLAIMSHEiPOSTAL WINS Cftf MS MAJORITY Chalnrai In Charge of Reci procity Declares Agreement Will Be Ratified Easily and Without Amendment. (Br Moraine Jnarnal eeil teel W'lr WaMiliiKtoM, June 1. The di i. iin iiiation of the senate Mn iiire ommlt ti f to push thro'iuh the Canadian reel pro. Ity lull, and the i i.nfideni e of sen ale leaders of u clear majority In favor of the lull without amendment was made plain today when Chairman lVrot' of tin- i oMimittec, foreeil the I. Ill into Its seiund readind and an nounced its .ally picsuue. Consideration of tile measure was hi ief, as no one was prepared tu speak at leuxth on It. Hi fore the io n. He semlilcd. Si nator I't rirosc had clven out a lorm.il statement. lalmlnu sixty votes In favor of the passuKe of the hill and more than that ninny votes iiintilit the Knot amendment whieh affects the Importation of pulp wood and paper. In reply to ipiestnms from Senator ti.illlnK.r. Chairman 1'enrose tld he h lieved no spt ei hi s would he ready In lore next week. He had found, he said, that few friends of the lull i ared to speak on It. hut preli rred tn vote a ipiii kly as possible. The opponents of the measure, he said, wanted more tlnu- to prepare their a rRuments Senator Ivnrose said that for his own pail ho was ready to vote today. ii her tiiemhtr s anuifested that the priMdint an, l many other lea dim; re puhllcans and democrats hail explain ed and endorsed the hill. "I am not ciii prised," retur n Sena tor Smith, "that a measure so devoid i.f merit, similar to the treaty of 1in'.4 which President Lincoln saw no reason for conilnuInK In force, and similar to th,. projects, rejected hy C.runt and lilaine and others, should llml no one In this chamber uIIUiik to stand up and risk his reputation as Us champion." Chairman Penrose volunteered no (tat.iooiit as to the senator's who would sp ak for the hill, if any. The simile listened to tile second r.aillliu of the in 'usure which hrouKht It oftl cidlly bcfnii' the body fur auicndmi lit and Sen. Kool's pulpw i.od amendment if i h had hu ll adopt -d hy th" fin ance comuiitlei. was then olft-reil, hut as Senator limit was not prepared to speak upon it, no aliempt was made to vote The senate adjourn -d until Monday al the conclusion of the .second road Inn Krom that time forward (propheti an- expected every day upon the MM until it is finally disposed of. Si na tor Townsend of Michigan announced that he w.iuid oiler an amendment inslr.u tlnif the pre-iih nt to undertake lurlher n.-t;. .Hatpins looklnu to a wid er reciprocity arrangement with Can ada. MUD HALTS WORK OF RAISING THE MAINE Havana. Julie IS.. "No further de velopments ot Importance in coiince. tion with the nncuvcririK of thevvreik ol the hallhshlp Maine arc probable wllbin Ilie ii. i leu tu- twelve days," Mini i Iciiei al W. II Kixhy tonight, lollowiiin lb-- ciunplt te t in uinnavlca Hon ..I Hit- wreck in a launch by the hn.ii.l of American officers who are Mlpel V lsill the W ill k. The hoard Is . oav iiu cd ihal hcloie funnel- exploration Is posmhl,., it will lie lleees;il V to retllOVt maSSeH of lllllil nanriuii' I ii a hundred of puis, which lill the Ulterior SplK es ol the vc- si I. In ui.itiv places the mini Is five to Im bit thick and can only be remov ed bv I he use of streams a,f water pl-ojei ted hy powerful pumps. BANK PRESIDENT TOOK I IBERTIES WITH FUNDS N.-w Y. rk. June 111 A hum list nf i ban;, s au.iinst Joseph l K . i. h in a i u , toluo l piesi.h ut uf the Cam. ule Trust comp.iiiv w as it 1 1 1 r I ) i at the cpelilni! --fou i...l-,v of lleicimiinn's trial on . ha ih. i;o d miking a false statement st ii,. bunking depai tmenl. I 1 . of the Itl'ttltUtl.M.'s funds. no .ii ct a report. hiuI "kiting w.le among the ill. galHles t'o- district iilloriiev s eliice ,1 it Was rciidv to prove. . h. . -l.-vi hi. Il .;, . 1, ,1 P.ill lo Vim ml Sliciiiiaii l aw. Washington, June 16. A bill am. iclin Ihe Sin rmiiti ant I t riis-l law so .is I.. . i hub' 110 111 lis et feet all I .ii..,. .a g.iiii-, .tl. nix, agilciiil 111 al ass,. l i .iioiis ,tol t'r.iteinal sociciles foriuid tor inniu il benefit was reintroduced .1..' bv K. pvesctltalive 1. lot ,i,l,i ,iii,l 1 eft I l e, I. .- oil I I.,- lllllil birv . Martin of the commit l blne-e l oan Oici--tl iiiiaicd. New York. June 1 6 Tin- sub sifiptlon books for the to-w Chinese loan i. Here, I here by the local hankers have been tlcni'il. The bunkers stale lluit the loan run much 1.1 er-Mihst 1 Hi ed The amount tillered to American 1 obi. is w a M01. una. Ilclii'i',1 Vuval Surge. 11 I lead. Philuib Iphla, June I B Kd aid Sbl.ipeii, a n tired surgeon of the I t,it.. St ties navy, died lure tonight igid cigl.tv year. lTommercc Albuquerque, ft. M It. M. memhitt Asst" Cashier FRANK A. lll'BDELL MvlNTOSH 1 SENATE A6AINSTWESTERN California District Court of Ap peals Upholds Condemnation Pi occedinzs of Postal Aeairst Rival On S. P, Riant cf Way, (Br Morning Journal Kpit-lal leiHd VIrr l.os Annehs, Cal., June lli. 111 th dispute p. Un n the Postal T. -It-craph- Cable cotiipaiiv an, d,. West, in Cii-j Ion Telegraph .oinp.inv, i .i,:ir.li ng the I formt r's nijht to n.ntbniu n riu t of way on the lines of the Southern Pa cific railway In Callioiiiiii. th. l'. . lal company has just won a vu tor', in the hlKhtst court t.i which the cast was taken. Thy decision in cffei t dist ..or 't s the maiiiti nanie of a monopol v in I i" telegraph, aa In other iritlii-trit s. and H ia hellevcil will have ii n Important hearing on similar oiiilemnatu.n pro ceedings which are under way m oth er parts of tlie country. Ill Upholding the ploct eilllius of the Poslul company, the di.-trnt i miri of appeals of the stale of California, said: ' Tue trend of nich rn legisla tion, both nathnal and state, has been and Is to discourage and. In dent, to d. stroy nn ni.polies of even kind and description. The poliey of our government, if it has not always been. Is certainly now to ei"t -mirage anil promote Iree an.) urhampt-rid competition In all cl.isfcs of business and in lh- sale of all sorts of t om moiiilies, piil ti. lllal ly tilt- nci .-ssarii s of life. To this nn! there has been added to our statutes, federal and state, a variety uf wholesome laws whoso aim Is to prevt nt or deslroy and punish penally mil fun been olhuininllv. hut In many Instances, Justlv i luiriu-- terized na predatory trusts and coin- h.nuti. ns. In other words, monopoly, which could control the markets of their llm-K of activity and thus impose upon th,. consumers the most outrageous and fvt n unliearrible burdens. Al this deplorable totiditii.n. vv say, modern legislation eiistiined by a powtrful and iinmlst.i kable common sentiment has niineil its well chaig. I butteries." The contist in qiiestlon arnst- over territory between Sacramento and Kosevllle, Cel.. a dist-iiiou ot about igiiti.cn mlhs where the Postal com pany had for moil- than twenty years, Its tet graph line on the Southern Pa cific right of way. In constructing It the poslul wished to shllt the line to the other side of the road. The rail road was willing, hut t.ie Wcsli rn I nlon objected. According to officials, of the Postal ci.mp my. the railroads of the coun try wish the Post il to i (instruct telegraph line, even where Wesli ru t'nloii lints are already Installed, the roads (tinlil thus use Postitl lin when storm, slut or snow catrv down the rival lines. It is maintained that the Wcst.rn 1'nlon forbids tfu. h construction on t ie ground that theie Is a provision in Itn contracts Willi railroads that they fhill not permit the entrant c .1 rival telegraph oiu p.mles. p., Mini offii his suv that the highest courts ut the i ounlrv have pronouni-cil the provisi'tt ilh gal. tl-.t reforc. vv.i. n the P. stal has to condemn Its right of vviiy on railroad lines the latter ai trieiidly defandatits. while the Wes tern I'nit-n h is its own lawyer to con duit tlic defense for tlu-ir roads. BULLION ROBBER PLEADS GUILTY AT SAN FRANCISCO San l-'r tin iscu. June 16. Klmcr L. Smith, snspcitcd of being; one of the ling lender in the big gold bullion ii.bbeiv on the steamer 1 1 iinibolilt last year, pleaded guilty before Su- pciloi Judge Cnibiiieo today to a barge of grand larceny for havinp $IU. 1111(1 woith of pold filings In his possession M in'aret Smith, J. P. Woodson and el M Woodson, who were arrested ,t the same time and were supposed to be partner of Smith In crime, were ireeel tor lack of evidence. Tile liling" were bellev.il to be ihe same bullion us that taken from the ,' lumbohlt. Whert Old Ht Lsarn It T A teacher of English, In orflsr to dtsprof th obarg that high school pupils know IIU It about th vital things that art gnlng oti around them, tav a tost tn which she asVd fur definitions of such terms at tariff, reci procity, the tabor problem. In tba pa per of a Hyaar-old the found this: "Th labor problem tt bow to keep tb working people happy without pay ing tbem noU(b to Ur on." La Foe wtt't WkJy. The Country Cottage. The country cottage It the hope of (he young and the solace of the old; It Is the m Id ,11 a-aged, with their ei aiterate,l Ideas of comfort, their un reasonable desire for dry walls, bril liant lighting, hot and cold water, and the telephone, who complicate the question of the Saturday rush to the green fields Sketch, Thunderstorm Obtsrvatory. It It announced that a thunderstorm observatory hat been tttabllahed tu Bpata In which atmotpberio dis charges, both local- and distant, art detected graphically and acoustically. A wlreltst telegrtph tr.ttrurotnt It uted for this purpose, btcaut etch lightning dltcharge tt accomptnltd by tectruiagr.et!i! wavet atmtlar to those used la wlrslett telegraphy. Journal Want Ads, Get Results. ST. LOUISSTRIKERS ACCUSED OF Afpl Mvcorinn- Tiroc- Tl-ii re fit i nnrl II'JOIVIIUUJ I NCO 1t.-liwVi1.1j unu Friday Nights Declared Re-j suit of Conspiracy By Union Carpenters. Itlf Morning Journal site, lal leatte t Wire) Si. I.ouis June Pi. -A siiei tacnlar lire, whi.-h firemen ..ill.-d out to battle with while t'i- n. r.-ury was at !tT degree, burnt .1 f r-. ly f..r four hours tonight and .i.iin .-.d the mill, warehouse and lumber yards of the William 'i. Frye Manufacturing com pany to an extent ot f too.o.iu. H.tvy elect rie . . ! wins were melted bv the p-rrii lo at. Car lines in the western and southern districts of the city were pi t of commission from ;::P'i o'clock int.- la "a. Fire Chief Swing--, w.is ovi r time by heat as were n!.. several ntinr meiiibers of the department. A demand for prop - tion was made upon the police by John T. Ijirsen. treasurer of the l...-lie Pat nt Dimr lompany. which opir.it. s a large mill and owns on,, of tic largest storage p'antt in the city. Mr. Ijiron drew a'(. ntion to the similarity in circum-tam es surround ing tonight s hhize an, the lire last night whieh ib strove. 1 live lame nian ulacturing plants, among which was the Hultsg Sasli and Moor company. The poiii c were 1 il. d by th m.inii f.n tun r to a numb, r uf instances tending to connect some member of ;he cm p. i ters' union w hich has been 011 a strike since Man h 1, with, the brt s. -No arrest-- huv,-. ln.-n made, though guards of police have been redoubled to supplement enlarged measures of pref .aition against a re. urrcnee of fire by the mill owners themselves. Mill owners are in a state of panic is the result of disastrous. Mres on two successive days and their appeals to the police department have re sult! d in orders tu captains of all dis tricts to place special il tails nf police men at all pl,ning mills, box factories, lumber yard and Ilk" establishments. Ftars aroused In the minds or loc al lumbermen by the lire of tonight and last night, coupled with tin- dan ger of the destructive blazes us a re mit of the tiniil.ating h at or the lest few- xvfcks, ha resulted in orders be ing nt to the manaiors of the large mills 111 Arkansas and other southern statist I to put all available hands at work llootlina llie 1 pioperti 's. Iiiai '.Vrrivv in Sim in. Corunn.i, Spain, Jim.. 16. The M.'.uior Ypiraniia. With former Presi ih lit Pl'.z o( Mexico on board, arrived In re this evening. The g..y. rnor and the Mexican counsel greet., Cu noral Diaz. The Mixican ex-pr.sid.nt did not land, and the vessel pro. 1 ed ul on htr voyage. Whm INvcher for lit is.s New York. June lti. l.itig ,timi f. r the Appointment of receivers f. r t.n I'nilid YVir-lcss lompany. p. n ling or threatenrd In nv eiity-tvvo st.it. s will mark time until Ihe New York sup reme court decides upon the applica tion. lor receivers lure. iKiording to .1 stipulation entered into among cuiisi I lor various stoi khohb rs .it to. d iv's hearing in the ulate court. IT "rt i-iy in. irnr LAST Another Cut in Furniture and Tableware to Make Room for New Goods lil E HAVE begun to unload the first carload ot our 'new stock. Other carloads will arrive during the next few days, and we simply must make room for this stock in our salesroom. In order to do this, we will, today make special price inducements on our present stock which you simply cannot re sist. Here are some of the good things; C! A Bi; Bargain Table covered with Dishes and Glassware; ip value of pieces up to 25c; all go at OL 1 (0)0 Another Big Table with Dishes and Glassware; selling II ffig A L regularly at 50c the piece, at ' 20 per cent off the low Fire Sale Prices on Dressers, Dressing Tables, Chiffoniers and Wash Stands. 15 per cent off the low Fire Sale Prices on an attractive assortment of Odd Rockers. 10 per cent off the low Fire Sale Prices on Iron Beds. 10 per cent off the low Firo Sale Prices on Dining Room Furniture. 10 per cent off the low Fire cale Prices on Office Furniture. REMEMBER THAT TODAY IS THE LAST DAY. Futrdle Furniture Co 313-315 West Central Avenue COASTWISE SEAMEN ORDERED ON STRIKE' New ork. June I ...The threaten ed strike ot co islwise seam, n devel oiicd in p'irt i-.tiigh: w.th tiie iallii.g out of employ ihe Morgan 1.-0-. i'l. rate,i by the S .ulhein Pacific coin, pany bct .vtcn New York am! .N.-w ' 'r l.ans. The 4.i.o'0 employes were or dered to go nut si in a. m. tomorrow-, uiilt-s all ib m nds are conceded. Em ployes of oth. r coastwise line post poned at tion on the strike tpiestion until Sunday. The action was taken at a nt.iss meeting of a committee appoint. -.1 to present the s-'ainen s demands to the coast vvit- shippers. Ai i tuding to II. P. ilriffin, ice prtstd 111 of the union, redress w is promised the mt n by all the compan ies e. . .t the Morgan line. Failing to obtain satisfai t..ry assurances troin Its representatives, he said, the ac tion of tonight was decided upon. The men's tleurtnds include higher wages, better food and other Improv ed aeeonimo'latbins. both aboard ship and on land. SPAIN BLOCKS PLOT AGAINST PORTUGAL Villa Han ia. Spain, June lii. Ad vil es from Poiitevi dra sti.te that the Spinish authorities stopped and seized at th,. railroad station ther- two cars filled wit.i arm and ammunition des tined for th- use ef Portuguese mon archists. Th. supplies had been unloaded from a tb iniaii steamer here. M( i;t hists ii.ivK 1-i:;k. ituni k to lasTop.i: misc. Lisbon. Jun,. An f'Tfldal note issued today says the Spanish govern no nt has proti'ised to arrest Captain Coucit. rre and Coutinho Chagas. F.I Mundo today published the state ment that an Important monarchist agency has been unearthed in Lis bon which was said to have S4".f00. iiiol 10 be used in an attempt to re store the monarchy in Portugal. ACCUSED EMBEZZLER GOES FREE AT DENVER Denver, Julie 16. August W. Vn fug, late chief clerk in the office of the secretary of state, who was plac ed under arrest Saturday night was released from the city jail last night and i now said to Is- at his home in Pueblo. At the time of Turns' ar rest It was alleged he had embezzled sums of money from the sccretu". i f strte's office aggregating between $200 and l.'IOu. No criminal charges have been filed against 1'nfug. and It l bclit ved no further action will be taken. Secretary of St ite James 11. Peart in out of ih j. c ity and hi oftilic" has uu.f'e no statement In connection with I'nlug's release. Ih'l noil Train ltoblMTV. Portland. 1 're.. June 16. The po lice have a report thit the southbound Shasta limited on the Southern Pa cific which left lure at 6 p. 111. to il ay, was hold up mid the mail car looted at 1 1 : 4 j tonight near Yoncalln, I ire. Smallest Island. The Island on which the Eddystone lighthouse la situated is the smallest inhabited Island In the world. It Is said, although there may be some dis putants to this claim in the Thousand islands. It Is only JO feet in diameter at low water. an DAY OF SACRIFICE SALE Of NAVAJO RUGS Our Greai Clearance Sale of Navajo Rugs is now going on. We have entirely too large a stock to cany through the summer months and are selling them off at a reat sacrifice. COME AND GET SOME REAL BARGAINS. BENNETT'S INDIAN STORE, 113 v. cr.NTif.u. .vi:. CAMORRIST ATTORNEY ONCE MORE ON JOB Viterho. June lti. Alessandro I.ioy, of the counsel for the defense in the Camorrist trial, resumed his du-j lies today and ihe trial proceeded. ; Lioy in anger withdrew Wednesday! after he had been accused of t-vmpt r-l ing with crow n witnesses. The churg-i is against him were successfully com batted. 1 The barbers Cuoie and Ccii'l.t;e, 1 who previously had testified they! had seen a ring, found in the posse. 1 sit'n of the alleged murderers, on lht' finger of (iennaro Cnoecolo. the miir-1 dcred man, wrote President Hianchij yesterday that they wished to retract j their former testimony. ISoth men j therefore, were placed on the stand j today and testified they h id never ! seen the ring. J They said the basis for their former I testimony was oht iined by reading I newspaper accounts of the murder if! Clioconlo. President (Sialic hi accepted j their retractions ami ordered the release- of the men. who had been held under charges of false sweiring. MILLIONAIRE MILKMAN i IS SUED FOR DIVORCE; (Hy Morning Jonrnal Special Ienrd ITIrr I Los Angeles. June 16. Mrs. Helen M. Borden, wile of (iail P.orcicn, .who with ills brother, is widely known as a condensed milk manufacturer, filed suit here for divorce today in the su perior court, 11 Urging desertion and a.-king neither alimony nor the cus tody of thtir one child. In the com plaint tiled hy attorneys for Mrs. linrilen. who is now in New- York. It is alleged that .Mrs. P.onlen was deserted by her husband in New York in July. lno;t. Her attorneys said Mrs. liorden probably won LI be in Los Angeles within the next two week. Attorney for Portion said to day that he probably would not con test the suit. Nil division of eomnni ty property was asked in the com plaint. A Greek Joke. A citizen of Cumae, on a donVtf, passed hy an orchard, and seeing branch of a fig tree loaded with de licious fruit he laid hold of .It, hut the donkey went on, leaving him sus pended. Just then the gardener came up and asked him what he did there. The man replied, "I fell off the don key." Clouston's "A Book of Noo dles." Magazine Hint. When putting away old magazines In the attic, clip out the page which contains the table of contents and write the name of the magazine It be longs to and the month from which It was taken on the margin. Then any article can be referred to and the mag azine and page found without any loss of time. lournai Want Ads, Get Results. 03 soeosi THESE PRICES Telephone No. 372 CHARGES PAPER TRUST IS LAWLESS MONOPOLY Washington. June l'J. John N'orris, chairman of the committee of t'i, American Newspaper Publishers- s sociation, has issued a circular to pub. lish -rs, c harging that the refusal ,.f the International Paner com, .any to furnish tniorniation called f..r i. .),., senate committee on finance wa-- ..... to the fait that the data, If 1 urnish, ,1, would have shown that the interna -tioiial Paper company had hougiii. iniil and curtailed the production 1,1 news print pap. r to repress con-,,., tition. Mr. Norn said in his circular that the head of the firm of Allen and Graham of New- York had "marshall ed the professional granger and nr ranged the order of their appearance before the senate committee as if they were a set of manikin ami that he also was on hand when the so called farmers marched to the White house to warn President Taft of th,-. ytngeance of their wrath because ,.f hi course on reciprocity." ferrBtated fetamBSi Perforated' sheets e pestnfiti Blama wpfg linhtleWn six decades find, tint)) Ihe year 3154 post a no stamps Were 1 Btleei in feheetB 'which the purehfuef haei (o cut tin in anjr way he fnund wip Yenleht. The perforating machine was invented by nil Irishman aameel Arch er. Vhen it Was subinltteil Id the British foveftihient the treasury offer ed him 13,000 for his patent rights. A Archet1 had spent over four yeRrs tn perfecting his machine, this offer was Indignantly rejectej. 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