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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911.
WITNESS AGAINST!! LOB ALLEGES CLAIMS DETECTIVES ARE ! HIRED TO SHADOW HIM Claionce Funk, Who Told $100,000 Slush Fund, De clafes He Has Been Thicat ened With Much Grief, llif M.ttnlflf 4,ilinil 1-enwd W'lr ashlngtoU. June .'ft. Minnow -n for ni'i'kK by ib t.-i lives Instructed t" get Itll.Vthlllg possible llgalllSt .lllll, WHS j the iillcgul experience ot wann in -rmp S. Funk, of Chicago, star witness In the present l.niiiiiir Investigation, COtll ( liltIK ll ImlHV tU till' Semite com mittee Inquiring I'll.' Hi I.nrlmi r flection. "J III' Slllti IIH III H mini I'll H Sellsatlnlt bemuse lb'' name nf Edward Mines win-in Mr. Funk 1ki,I tostiih-d, had Hk.,1 hhn In contribute fio.'uio tow -uril ikmi.imim used tii "pin Lurimor over at Springfield." was mentioned III oonneellou wlt,l the services 'l tin ill ti l l IVl'tl. Mr, Funk said four d. I. 'dives hud followed lilm ti Washington and two hint walcho,i bim during luncheon to day, "ii" "f tbi in, he wiiil. when caught In tight place, hod In-i ll com pelled to give hlH minii- nil t.uit ol his employer. .Mr. Funk declined l" brink III" word tu llii- detective mul reveal hlH niimi'. 1 1 said the em ployer was not Senator Lorlmor. The i iiiiiinltti'i' ended tlii hearing by going Imi.i i xii'iitl .(Hloti In mushier situation. At the executive .session Mr. Funk is mill to have levcalod the detective' name mul promises to produce him before (he committee tomorrow tf possible. The committee thru took iii consideration of ste;is to liiki- t" prevent ili li'i llii'x Interfiling wllb w it house. Mr. Funk's statement a r.mil thi' de tectives came Id tbi' close of bum examination mi tlir witness stand. He re-told the iiry In- related to the Helm Investigating committee 'tn III- ItiM about how Mr. HllleS Is alleged in ha asked him, gem -rnl mana ger of the Ititernnllniiiil Harvester company, to contribute ( 1 o.ftmi 1.1 tin Lorlmer fund. Fur hours iiiloi'tuys mul numbers nf ttii- committee hint asked question arter iiurxtlon iibinit the conversation, tint report nf which iitolmbly li-d In till- pIl'Si'lll lliMHtlHIltlilll nl tip- l.ni'l ini'C rlii'tlull. Tl)l' WllUI-hH lunl ib KCtlbt'd bin piTHiiiiiil ri'biUiihii In Siti tr I,urlmr, Mr. Ilinon mi. I nmni iitht'rii TlKurltiK In '' KathiT Imlib-nliilly Air. Funk i-i--uuirki-il In HtiNwrr n ini'fttni ia.it nm purt in tlio rutii- lunl bi-ni any tlilim but pli-iimint mul Hint lif Inul linn prniiilwil nm)"' "iinpluiNinl- IICHK." "l'lumlscd tor Jiui'H. "Yes, lllll' uiiony mniis llinul" have Thm, In iniiri-'.' ri pi'iili-il .i iui- Ibe h Ixplii 'lunmunli nl bi'I'll 111. id' r.-spniisi' to lie OHM, and Iml i r by lllllllliK id Senator Keriyon, Mr. Funk said In hull been lollowed by deti'i'tlvi'S l'M'1' clm e he li stiri. il at Hprlnul'l' ld I" fun- thi' lb tin i ommUtee. Mr. Funk told about ib'tei-livcs fol low Ina blm to Washington and iibi ut tiettlnt! the mime ol mi,, ol' them, ib' Dalit tile di l'-i'liv,. In b i'l i iil'lli. I', il claimed t'l be i lllpbil cd by llle 'I Ill- I di ti ctli hki-ii' V bi I'bli aK'i md had hern ill-tl'ilit'ii to imibl mi Air. Funk. Mr prolcHled a.di I'eVilil tile ilrli'illM' ' hi' m i iii' d like a he w as not pi mul ol i-t iiiilhlnu lo st ln iiiK made In l in llii', because III,,, lelliiw. said what he was do- iuu and bad i I To I. II his in1 mlh In siippurl." lie, Mr. I'aiili said, Muni, llleMll lll di-OlllSNal Williani .1 1 1 in-e. eoiuis-el t"i' Sen ator l.oriinir and I'.dw.ird lllius. UIK.'d the Hlll.ess to reveal the llatlle. l'ut Mr I'alwalil llliies stand and ask hint b whom to, tlM-s report e n It night." ri Mr. Funk Atli'i'tny l-dbrblg.- lli iiei y. on the the de spuudi it d i nitn- llle IV id rl lot Heliat'i. I.olllliel. ), lei Mild Hie Si'liat lb. in. iiskeii ll I ellll'l ' N' , Senator ploy lllilll," ib The eotniiiitt e, utile -esiioii. I el llll, I did lliil Illllll llle UitlUSI e tin ll went lute OKLAHOMA AUDITOR DISCOVERS SHORTAGE i ikhilmin.i i 'it v, i ilila , .1 mie .'ii Follow inn the di-, oi el v ol a -hoi I - age 111 the Male .,'lillti.r ' oltii c. llle in. .tier w.is , i,it..,l to the alt. i, lion .i lionrnor I'lliee Imlai In State Violi lor Mi y ci ln a sia, no in I .nig'" Mi M"v . i vn til . "vV liaii I, .nil, I an a. to, it shoii ig, thus lar ol Jn.mm the ienll ,,l i Ii muni, mlation i wati.u.ls H'oin the agri' ii It ill al and iiiiib.nb.il ' ol!, and 1 belieti. lie tlglll'.' Will be lal in excess to tills iillnuilil." Serious Trolley Car t ollish.n Iwis Arm. b s. Cat . .lain .his tie,- M. T. Al'ell. ' . lb.- I'll Ilia C.Mirt Ol' M'i. I1" Hllll fi-l ' u nth, I persons Meiv ln.ai, , tno.iv in ol lisioll l.etwe.-tl two vol', ill . ill e,, . JllStice . 11,-11 SllSt 'illill . i l"1,!! hi; ami 't is h.llcVed Ills si, .ii aas i ... lured. I-M -Imrl-tU' Oligti--- III Spain. Madrid. June S. ..- Spain niiui.illv wilcoim d the tw eiil.v-si-coinl iuiei iui tlonsl euihii lstlc i oniM-css v est, rd . . Kins Alfonso deli-gating liilunle d. n Carlos, w ho made spi i .1 of gt . d Irg. TIP- church ol San Km m ism. in Which the ploi i-fdlllBS nr.- bring In ld was filled with prelates, priests ot Jy dib'tffltiK O'om all nations. PERSECUTION REPRESENTS THE p i . .. ia tit I J :, lit oil m 7 , ? ; h ll r . m i fit . if la I'll . t i" J m - 1 " "'if'ir'T 111 Ti i""''eii'i'l, Cupyrlrlit, Clincdliinl, WhmIi. The vouimer of the two renldeul la Wanhlnutoii. Manuel L. Quezon, was in 1R7S Durlnir the revolution tie whk Inter he held varlmw offlceH umler the elected lo his prewent polllou. Lieutenant Governor's Attempt to Adjourn Because of Lack of Quorum Overruled and Body Is Reconvened, Moruini .l-iiuteil gilal IjmviI tVlrf Sprliiglli'lil. III.. June I'll.- Tlio wa terway propauanilH was de.ill aiiollii er Idmi with the guurl Imluv wlu'ii l.b'lllenallt I lovei lii'l- iiglinby, presid ing over a late aiteinuun sisslon ol the Semite, dl'i lal'ed the body ad Ioiiiiii iI illllll I ( .nun row allei' il h i'1 l.ei II asi el l, lined there :1" not a lllol'lllll present, ij The senate leaders were 1 1 m i 1 1 -1 1 i ;. swept oil their l. i l. They ban I '! i:i- I to the private ollu e ol Hie lb iileiianl ko ei ni,. until la.ii tleallj all of tie III I'llU -t We en;ll"l'S 111 attelld lllee all ' Hi. ion were Im olved bi I he t "W . 1 I .il Ml I , 111! lit I ail el 'llor lll.leshj W.l. etiireate, and pleaded with In n . oti M he the senate and lei imsider tin inolion by which he bad dei Ian d tin body ad iiMU'iieil. Then In wn ihreat elied, hilt tu mi .IMlll. To a t III at In I l'i oineiie ,,i ii roll i .ill en the luoll m be inld the senate leaders that they colli, do as they ideated ill the m il ler ! " Allot In T I.I tempi lo mil I'l rule like I I ll is. Ml. I 'I I -i lie 11 1, W ill I ,111.- a lint In in Ibis senate, and by Oil I II lead il. ShtMlti d Senator JlllleM Id I'lllell'lo. "There are linli'-s present " answer ed Uglesby. "I don't nil e a iliiin," respoiiib 'I .1 ones, I bill an hour mi, i Un in ut, na nl Koieriior had lelt the rostinni d"i-br- llle sell-lle Mil ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll , tuelltl-Iwo llletllhels reeolll elled tile bndi with FleMdini Pro Tern luinlup presiding. Alter ,i , all ,, the roll to as. , rtabi how many wile piesent, a roll call W.IS ill dl ll'.l "ll til" 1'lCVl.' innlinii tn ad,'n!! n. Tin nl" ri stilled ill mietc. u nays In on, iiie aihl the motion to a. Ileum w us lan d lost. Alter the pi -iil-iil pi .. teiii h id In mi l n . t nu ll ,1 tn ap point i p.iial .vi g, ant - it -arms and din it lilm to nrrcst all absent nn-m- bi I" .111.1 , pel th. ir lltti'li.lililee th, senate tool, a r,.. . ss until I I ia ,r, I, e l, InllUill. pi i I tllllllli I li.it a ,inl inn a oldd l l;i at ti ll. I. nice l.y I hal I lllli W ith a i;n ate it 11 L way hills a i all, ill t' 'Inlll pi CM lit 111 the sell . , ha l, the I w " w ali r I',, ml I mbi, c,l and ml se, ,11,1 I e id ing w it ill "it i , a , i , n, i . t thai Hi, I I : lit 1.1,1 lllll 111, ill I t WHS I ill,, dm . il hi I m i I .V Chief Killed. il I 'ni l 1.1 , I, nl I 'a m pi-i p I I Inn in V ,l!,,l 111-, e ' llll l. s ill il I'lll'.ll Mil i ii hi. h I ipi i n -.. .lone .'ii. i 'ho I 1 1 II. nl the I'' I 1 1 11 11 1 1 Hll ll . s !l-,l. lllll'' 'Hie, I tods I Iii t fit .in. n I l-l,i.- at Ibe p "lupari on th, r. ,1 th . I' foils . I IV I m nt ..I t m ast sld ol th" , nt. pin tn h.ss p nl t . s, in silhdin- ,led at 1 L Korta't Products. The must pioiiiicuia farm products In Kure rw tier, cotton and s astir heels. STRENUOUS SCENESBONDHDLDERSVISIT IN ILLINOIS CITIZEN S DITCH SENATE AT AZTEC PH1LIFP1BES " -x .1 coiiimilotier of the Philippine lIaiid bom In Haler, province of Tayabas, a major In the Philippine army, and Ainerlran Bovi'timent. In 1909 he wae Men Who Put Up the Money Find Conditions Flourishing Under Gieat Private Irriga tion Project, Atee, X. M., 'June V. Ibivld I', ilreeiie and Marl in l.lndsay, two cap italists ot Milw aukee, UIk., have la en her.. r,ii- six eiiil dais looking over the K'llivciis' Irrigation ninal, In which jtliei own practically all the bonds. 'Til,, gellllell.i'll I ' llti.l tile llitlll CUfry- liny a g I head i I water and crops Igroiilng on laud iiiiib r It. The t'ltl loiis' dileh Is miles long tub! covers Inbuilt !.iiui acres o land that will ui'ow any imp i uminon lo a semi- tropical i liniate. Land ali'caily ill cul tivation ami pi odiii lug orchards uu- 'der i iiu in ii n 1 1 dllelns helovv the line th,. rin, ik' did h ih inoiiMtrat" ; w hut the soil will do when vvatered. The Sail Juan river Imiii I'll i i it n I l.e one tied and ro.- count.. Any I his inn lit y 1 r the laud irri'. vail, v lift and dow n the unit ii Id will in the near ol Hie most tdiclily sel i mis imrts of San Juan lime u lailroad enters in the east, it will cross ute, by llle I'ltixilis' ilneiic and Lindsay iil.h. M...sr !aie r, pmted nun b pleased Willi the , utlool. let- tin ir IllVesllllellt.' and g" I in with glowing words for San I Juan county . i n Fred I'. Hay. son nf the American hotel, an iv ed in Aztec the last of the we,-k and has taken i harg.i of the hod-Is inaiiageuu ut. Mr. Kuy, Sr., ex l Ms io devote most of his time to bis land adjoining this city, which he ;i- impi ,u ing. Tr. iv, ling inlltor and Mts. C. V. Salfoi',1 liave bli lor Alluiipu i',iie Rlt . r c vvei k : k ut In re on husluuss. Mr. nifoi'il com it tiii-il tin' la'ports tilat ll hud i t signed bis position with the ter ritory In ace, pt one as tnshier of the (iank o lie cp, short ii t ..mini lie ts to be .t,l' July I ol 111 Alhunucrque. AlbuqiU'riUC 'llle A'te, t, Hill i bib h is obtained . riiiis-t' n .. b ,i ihe curt Ii ate their tennis court use yaiil. uii.i have their i .in t-i v Ite in ttitig up laid mi. and a line leyfl I. a lil Im -. . A. lice nl the lihii.mflold Ordl- mpiiny . brought a parly of land in i roni Colorado Springs Fri- d-ji I. f t All were di sed with the , ,i.-iii fields and tins and flowing ir Irkatlnn dllcbes of (pis section. Home mown i berries are selling in ilbc lo, i! market at 3."i ci tits lo 4" , , at.- pi r gallon. The imp is very (Kiinil tal-- year. I j Kn-.t i idling of ii 1 1 a I in is almost up. 'the i la hlg light, llcivy second ! Hid thu, i ult, tigs are HlninM ,l cel. 1 a I lit i . I -hi 1 iiUm.s ale bciig made at thi court house rapidly on land that conns under the Inca ditch survey. TF RT I M K RQSWELL Fl PQSTGFF1CE Government Will Experiment; to Avoid Danaer of Settling' Foundations Under Proposed' Structure. ! (Siwlul Carmpondcnr It Muroinc Joaraal KnWi-ll, N. M., June 26. Showing tlio I'xtri iin- I'uro Willi wbii h tho gov fi-iinu-nt bnililR, iin i-xhiniKtiv- test i bi'lnr randi- to wo bun mtii-li IIdb wcll K'rounrt will permit a Btrtu-titre to n.ttli' brfore thp fuuiulntiun b laid lor tho new $130,00(1 fpderul buililiriK In thl.i i-lty. The Miipi't'viKor for both thp .government mul i nninu'tor am here with the foreman of construction uiirl the latter is miikln an extensive test ol the earth formation on the buililinK Rite. Holep two ami three ft et are ln-int? duf In the ground and in litem are placed weights varying froin one to two thousand pounils. While the materials are coming these welKhtH will be closely watched to see w hat must be done to prevent ser. IotiM lO'ttllnx. Hot Wcttllu-r lll( llosui-ll. The past two (1ayn have been the hottest of the (uniiiiicr in Konwell; and, In fact, the only real hot days thus far of the present year. The tem perature hovered around the 100 mark both days, 'but the Indications are that cooler weather will prevail. HtillilhiK Fomw ( ollaw-e. ' The ImmenKe forms that hail been erected at the new' Jaffa, l'ruiier & company buildlnit for tho purpose of pouring concrete walls fell with a crash yesterday, having been improp erly braced. A dozen men were work ing all about tho (structured, but It chanced that none wan under the wooden wall when it went down. Falls in Ixvp Willi ItOMidl One day was enough for H. L. Lucy, of Dos Moines, la., who left this morning for his home, to bring Ills family to Itoswell to make their i. home. He spent twenty-four hours here and decided this was the ploi'e to live, lie will rufurn in two weeks and' go Into the hay buying and ship ping business. The1 second cutting of alfalfa, now In 'progress. Is bringing the finest crop of hay ever marketed In the I'ccos vallej-. j : PLAY WRITER OF ... - .', 71;; ".. , Cucle Joe Scotti him been discover - cd. The fact that he has bicti quiet - ly writing plays for the moving pic- tare companies some of whic h have nlrendy been produced at both the Pastime and the Crystal pl iy 'houses l j this city, leaked out yesterday, Joe, w ho Is nothing if not modest, i would fain have denied the iii'ciisa- tion when taxed with it, but bin truthfulness would not allow bini to do so. nnd after much inicstlnning he also confessed that the Sellg Moving Picture people who are to be here In August are going to work with some of 1'rn le Joe's plays. For the sake of the layman, It should be explained that the moving picture stage Is often times just the actual stage reduced to pictures. The playlet bus to be written with words for the actors and they go through the si caking parts in front of the moving camera Just the same as If an audience were present. In the pro- fesfion th.-se plays are called seennr - los, nnd the. author is said to have produced a scenario when his mnnu- scripl for a ' photoplay has been ac cepted, I'ncle Ji.e Seoul has tberefore readied the ptodueer class In having rcenarloN ncccptcd by the photoplay folks. The local rovltg picture snow patrons arc aiubmsly awaiting the time when they can see one of I'mle Joe's scenarios am! recognize It by the local color that In a part of It. COAL LAND CLAIMANTS CITED TO SHOW CAUSE Seattle,' Wash., June 2i!. Forty seven claimants of coal luad in the Christiiphei--Simnionds-I.i teller group in the fb-rlng river coal field, Alask.i, have been cited by the Jtin.au land office, to show cause within thirty days why their claims should not be recommended to the im mmbslolici ol the general land office tor canccllii tion. A sptcliil agent of the general land office has Hied charges against the validity of each of the claims, charging thai the claimants, prior to iiiaKIng locations uiul filings, entered inio an agreement or understanding with Cornelius Christopher, (leorgi Slmmonds, W. X. Lctcbcr and Morti iner C. Swiency, w hereby the lull, r were to rcc. he an Interest in the lu i atlotis and filings. Christopher, Sweiticy and l.i tchi r, iceoiillng to land office olticiuls, gm pOW ( rs of attorney ami ivimiiiusu- mints in some Instances passion S'H ooiis and ti lllng men found th. r. that il they would sign the papers would "get tn .thing" out of claims. they the Snui'i Nciailu Hlxoi'ce. Iteiio Nev., June . ". II. I lack Mt, ol New York, leader In national Lunl. in th.. mill iloiintes. was ill vori'ed bv Harriet 3. Haekett, Ills wl'e, today tbioitgh vbViee ot the ilb''lct coijrt, Mrs. IIiKjkett rtllegeU i r ly nnd (here was no defense. GROUND E1R NEW MODEST JDESCDTTI AO 11 SPE6KER 0lAR1('S j' " ll if S-5-!iT'l"V'i. . s, - . . . i f t H ( ''I"' "'"'" J: I ' " i l ' ? v. Hfuf : i 3- j Copyright, I'llnediiist, Wash. MJbb Genevieve liatk, only dauRhter of Speaker Champ Clark, is a great favorite anion the younger folic of Waahlnslon. She is very pretty and de cidedly talented a well. GALA PERFURMANCE IN HONOR OF KING j AND QUEEN - Brilliant Gathering of Royalty, Nobility and Diplomats at Historic Covent Garden . Theater, Illy Moraine Jiiurnnl Npei-lal I.mmmI Wire) , London, June 20. fine of the most magnificent spectacles in connection with the coronation was the perform ance, tonight in Covent tiui'den, flip, in-i ti'-lor of which was transformed into ni floral palace wreathed about F,ng i land's fairest flovvu s. I ' Those present will long 'remember : the. gorgeous scintillating picture, the fragrance of 100,000 perfect rose I blooms, the noble company of men land women representing ihe.nyaUy jot the world and all the most tlistin- jguislied ill Dritish official and sucia! j ,lf'' wn" fil,,'' 'v',rV h"x ' Tn" kln a,ul "l1"''" ,,rov'" rnml j Huckinghum palace In a state coach, ' esi virted by life guards. On their ar- ilvnl their majesties were received by the chief state officers and escorted to the royal iwx, the whole audience rising. In point o'f plcturesitic attire, the Indian princes, glittering with jewels, were easily first, eclipsing the royal ties in their most splendid uniform. Spot-in! American Ambassador Ham mond sat in the second row of the royal box between the Duke of Con niuiglit and the tirand Duchess of llesse, his plain evening dress rend ering him conspicuous by coriitast. Mrs. Hammond sat In the diplomatic box to the right. Among (he other American women present were Mrs. Miirkuy, 1. idy Xi w -borough. Lady tiremird. Lady t'resyL esuiore. Lady ('oper, the llott. Mts. 1 Coventry, Lady Dutfcrln, .Mrs. lUnus, Lady Speyi r. X'lseountiss Pa rker, -M rs. Christie Miller, Mrs. Van llanlte.-Mrs. llelke, Mrs. New-house and Mrs. Sin ger. Iteiiowned artists took part in the gall performance. The program opeli ed with a scene from the second act of Verdi's "Alda." This was followed by the second act of Could's "Ibiim o and Juliet." Then catne act 111 of Itossini's "The Itarher of Seville," and the table u It of the Russian ballot, "I.t. 1'avillcn d' Ariii'dc." Among the artists we'-- Mines, Md ha. DiStinn, Tctra..ini. Klrkbv I. null and John Snmimireo, I'tin.. I!nsl ami .Ma hit t'i. W RaUtive. A little child was n'eu walking Around near "the leardeJ lady," at unu uf the side, shows t a country fair. The child being evldontly oil good tcrnm with the barker, Itulicateil to the on- lookers tbat It was probably related to th bewMbkereil female, so slie asked . th child: "Is the bearded laily your mother?" . "No," answered Ui chlM , "h Is mr fathur," I , ' . . For Poor Actresses. Uaroune KoenlRwater of Frankfort, formerly a distinguished actress of Vienna, has just set u:,K!e a fund ot $3,000, the Income of which Is to pro ldo poor actresses ' with necessary stage clothes, tlie hick of which oft en i mmiers ineir career, uiner pi optc nr being asked to-join In Wits work. Ths Poor Rich and the Rich Poor. There Is (hut inal.elh himself rich, yet ha(h nothing. There ns tluit ntnketh himself iwor. yet hath great - ! wealth - Proverbs of Solomon, rll : 7. I , - '- - - ; . .. . . ' - f . . He Is. v. 1 Au editor Is a small body, of Im- ntauily eullrely m rounded wltli troti- 4 b'(. -tiVAfciin-. ."vMwiiifi.t:itrie-" appear In Ills list CLEVE" Da"GHTEB - i ' GUGGENHEIM FINDS FAULT WITH THE CONDITIONS Head of American Smelter Trust Declares This Country Has Become Laughingstock of European Economists, (liy Mornlnj Journal Sprolnl Lmseit Wlrel New York, June 28. Dnnlel Gug uinhetm. luad of the' 'Guggenheim family, who vvlll suil for Rurope to morrow, ' n I used to discuss the Onr ninghiini claims decision tonight, but expressed his opinion of i business conditions In the Chted States. "At tlie tme we ought to lie ea joying the greatest prosperity of. any country In-the world," lie said, "we are te laugliing stock' of "all Kuro pean economists because every !0-ca!!i,-il captain of industry is supposed to be liable to criminal prosecution. "We are not happy," he continued, "Our finances are good, money is plentiful, our harvests have been abundant, we have had no pests, no culairUics such as fires or eurth iiuakcs, but wo are not happy." He attributed this to the fact that the officers of large corporations do not know where they stand. He said he could not find. that the officers of corporations in foreign countries Were hcing; pros, euted for co-operation with each other,' or for syndicating their , inducts and are enjoying ex cellent business conditions, -whereas we. during tin- two years, have been and now are doing, not to exceed from CO to 70 p, r cent ol our actual utist ncss enpm it. v." iiiiningl'am Chums Disallowed. Washington. June L'f,. The famous Ciirning'huin Alaska coal land claims, through which It has been alleged that Hi" Morgan-' luggenhelm syndi cate bad planned to extend their Vast i'lterciHs in Alaska, and to control one ol the niost valuable coal fields in the win Id. ware today- finally disallowed by the department of the interior. Sicrdary of the interior Fisher having approved the department's decision as handed down by Fred Dcnm-lt. commissioner of the land office, the last door is believed to have been closed to the Cunningham claimants. Their nttorneys have threatened an appeal to the Fnlted States supreme court, mil sucn appeal can he based only on some .... i 1... not nil the l'.erit ind'1 1 ....,,... Mi-tViniiidi. (findings of fact as announced by the department. Tb,- Cunningham claims have been in tho public eye for more than two years. They hi ought about 'the Itnl llng. r-l'ini liol investigation by con gress and the dismissal from the pub lie service of Chief Forester Clifford t'lm h, I l... ills K. avis. a. emu oi r),.M division In the bind office and KvVi-rnl mini r otiicluls. Hoth Messrs. lMn.-hot and Ulnvls were dismissed r,,r Insiibordination Incident to their attacks on former Sccrrlnty Ilallmger, ,whoni, they claimed was favorably illspuscii ii muni uie i-uuinn. In iiiinoiiiu ing tlic dei Ision of the ib partim tit tcdi.y. Seen tary Fisher, w no succeeded Mr. Pnillnger, dcclar ,1 that new conl land laws are need d in Alaska If that territory is to be (l.'V eloped propel Iv. In February. Fit st Knlhe.r-Il must have cost you n lot (o send your nm to college, dec nnd Father U did. first Father And what have you received In re turn? Second Father My son. Cor nell Widow. 1 Thers l'i Hope. Il remained for a lawyer to select the twe-nty-one most beautiful words l.n l.' . 11 ,. I. ' l,,..,,,.r.A nml' fknittli ui .no rai(i,iir.ii luuhuiifev wn. ..,v,.wj win prize u may occasion some surpnu' to noie inat neiiner, iee nor NOTED AI.CnEMIST DISCOVERS A CI KU 1X)U TITIF.RCI.XOSIS. After ho many others failed, it remained for Dr. Charles F. Ay cock? of Loa Angeles, himself a sufferer from the dread disease, to discover a specific that positively cures Tuberculosis. This apeeifie destroys the tuber cle, bacilli. It is then simply a matter of making the most of a patient's remaining- vitality to in sure permanent recovery. Mrs. John Bassett of Monrovia, California, a sufferer from tuber culosis, tPHtifies that she Was com pletely cured by Tuberclecide, after trylns various treatment and he In;, Informed that ho medicine or physician on earth could do her any i;ood. Full particulars concerning "Tu bercleclde,, toKether with testimo nials from others, who have been cured by the treatment, will be mailed free upon request Address Tuberclecide Company 703 International Hank Building. liO Anjre4cN, California AihhIkt Shipping Strike, London, June -6. Another shin. jllng strike was launched today. The (Union workers on the docks at Mver jpool generally obeyed the order to strike against the forty-six firms in thn shipping; federation. The shipping- interests at Hull, Ooole, Grangemouth and Clyde found themselves In a similar plight, the union men refusing to handle goods from federation' ships. Journal Want Ads Get Results XOTH.'K TO CATTI.EMKN. "Albuquerque, N. M., June 24, 1911. "To the Cattlemen of Union, Iloose velt. Curry, Quay,. Chaves, Eddy, Guadalupe, Torrance, Lincoln ami Otero counties: "(ientleuien: During the range in spection work recently conducted by the, Cattle Snnitary Hoard In eon junction with the United Stales Hurcau of Animal Industry it has been found necessary In consequence of the finding of scabby or mange to quarantine the area covered by Union, Koosevelt, Curry, Quay, Cha ves, Eddy, Guadalupe and those parts of Torrance, Lincoln and Otero counties lying east of the Kl Paso & Southwestern ' railway and Issue dip ping orders to cattle -men in these areas that tisve been found Infected, with or exposed thereto. ' All cattle that have been found In fected In these quarantined districts cannot be shipped or moved from their prosent ranse .without first be ing dipped or sprayed under the su pervision of the department of agri culture. Kxpftsed cattle , must bo sprayed t 'dlpitl e;uce.: While tn'fei't--c,i cuttle must be treated twice; Upon application on tho pnrt of cattle men affected, an United' States veterinar ian will be furnished. , It is earnestly urged, that nil cat tle nu n Immediately -get together and make and hasten all arrangements towards complying with the regula tions this day Issued. Active work will birgih at once, and any infected or exposed cattle re maining undipped ut the expiration of forty days after tho issuance of this order the law requires be taken In charge by this board and dipped or treated in accordance with section 3, chapter 31, of Ibe laws of 1905, ' the animals so taken being held as Se curity for the expense Incurred' in compliance with the order for dip ping. - Order For Dlplng. Under authority conferred iipon the cattle .saiiitury board of New Men ion, by the provision of chapter 31 of the laws of New Mexico, the fol lowing area is hereby declared to be an infected district: Union, Koosevelt, Curry, Quay, Chaves, . Kddy, Guada lupe, and tfiose parts of Torrance Lincoln and Otero counties, lying east of the Kl Paso &. Southwestern rail way and It is hereby ordered that all entile in said district, which has been or may he classed by inspectors, as infected with or exposed to scnbbles Infection, must be dipped or sprayed by the owner or his agents at such times and places and in' such manner as the inspectors of this bonrd may prescribe. Infected or exposed entile which are not dipped in compliance with provisions of this order, will be taken In charge by this board and dipped or treated In accordance with the provi sions of section 3, chapter 31, live stock laws of New Mexico. Provided further, that any cattle in the territory of New- Mexico which are infected with scabbles or have been exposed thereto, must be dipped in accordance with the above. Dipping- Keg-ulntlons. All dipping must bo dono under the supervision of an inspector of this board or a government inspector and in accordance with the rules and reg ulations of the United States depart ment of agriculture. Only those dips recognized by the United States department of agricul ture may be used; Lime and sulphur, tobacco an,i sulphur and Beaumont crude petroleum. The dip must be maintained at a temperature ranglW I from loo degrees to 106 degrees fah- renhelt, with the exception of crude oil, which may be used cold. Each cattle owner affected by this order, should nt once get In touch with the Inspector in his section and arrange dates for dipping. The following named employes will have cburge of the bureau work: Dr. 11, M. Olbeter, Clayton, X. M Union county. . ' Dr. A. Savage. Dalhart, Tex.. Quay and Guadalupe counties. Dr. George A. Lipp, Hosvvcll, X. " ftoosovelt, Curry and Chaves coun ties. Dr. C, C. HoacoeU, Carlsbad, X. M Eddy county. j 1)r jj K ,jnP( 'cnrrlzojm, K. M. ' ,. ..... .. . . . ,.,,.tl j i.incom, otcro nnu lorraiu-c Hen. - Y. J. T.INW10P. Seeretury. Ill l"V: