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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1914.
THREE I. 11) What's RAILROAD MUSI STAND RAISE QfJ Hi LAIS Attorney General Delivers Opinion Sustaining Validity of Action of Board of Equalization, m,.CItL O.aaATO. TO JOuaNALl siiiii K 't. 2H. The Santa K. Pacific railway cannot escape the 11 l r i cut nile ordered liy lilt- state board of equalization on grazing lands In 'h it-iK'iii county assessed at ii r U-h I"''' acre, even though Its hinds jii,. railroad grant lands, according in an opinion handed down today l.y Attorney Oneral Frank W. Clancy ill ( h- request of Ass-ssor Melqtliudes T. iiiri'o, of Vub nela county. The attorney general says: Tin- difficulty, as you slate, is thai tlic land of the railroad com i:iny. having been assessed Ht H.'JH per arrc, an appeal was taken l.y the railroad company to the slate hou'-d nf equalization, and an order entered ill.-niis..ng tile appeal and dreeting lh.it the figures of the county offi cials stand approved, hut In udditlon to this, there wan a general order for an in. lease of 111 per cent oil all grass ing lands In Valencia county assessed at and under, per acre. Yon say that your ((intention is that the Santa Ke Pacific lands are grazing lands anil that the 10 per cent Incr.ns" ap plies while the mil rood company (intends that the lands are railroad grant lands, and not grazing lands, and that the matter was ended My the order first above mentioned. My opinion Is th.it you are correct in your contention, 1 do not under stand that there lias been any clussi tication of lands as railroad grant lands a:: indicating u diffeient Variety (.f lands from other lands, but that ihes,. lands of tho railroad coinpanv, all assessed nt the $1.1!0 figure, are to be taken as grazing lands mid the or der for the 10 per cent increase being a general order applicable to all graz ing lands, would apply to the San. a I V Pacific grazing lands, the, sumo as lo any other glazing lands. TEACHERS' CONVENTION BIDS FAIR TO BREAK ATTENDANCE RECORDS .PiriAL COftNI.PONDBNCt to mohnin journal) Santa Pe, Oct. I.MI. Dr. Frank II. Roberts lias received the first twenty receipts for dues in the slate educational association for twenty members of his faculty who will each attend the Alhuqtierqite convention. The receipts were promptly Issued. I'oiinty Superintendent Charles L. Hurt of Torrance county, writes that ihe attendance of his teachers nt Al buquerque will be 100 per cent and that in addition mofit of the school directors of the county will attend. Tin teachers have been given n week's lid, iv with full pay and expenses to attend the meeting besides. fid. P.alph K. Twitchell of the New Mi xico KxnoslMon commission, has arranged to take pictures of the ex hibits and of the crowds for the San I'legn fair. President C. C. Hill, has issued a pointed circular to the directors of Chaves county urging them to give teachers full pay and expenses for the Albuquerque convention, calling Mention to the fact that teachers are required to pay out of their meager salary for county school attendance, for reading matter to keep up to date and that it Is no more than Just that the teacher should not be asked to exnenses of attendance at the Al Pay buquerque convention which means so much for the professional training of ihe teacher. LAND OFFICE DECISION AFFIRMED AFTER LONG DRAWN OUT CONTEST It'ICIAL DISPATCH TO MOAN1NO JOURNAL Sa nta Ke, Oct. 28. After pending eight years, the general land office has at length affirmed the decision of Ihe federal land office in Santa Fe, in n contest involving valuable coal lands In Sun Juan county. The case is: Ex Parte Charles lilanchard, Frank lllanchard, C.eorge W. Hryan, E. II. Davies, Edwin S. Dustin, George J. Herman, P. A. Mar celino, Denietrio Perez, J. K. Pipkin, and those named aru denied claim ants' right to make the coal entries in question, the lands having been withdrawn from entry. Visitors to Museum. Santa Fe, Oct. 29. Miss Elizabeth I. Cameron field secretary of tho Presbyterian woman's home mission board, registered from New York Ci'y today r.t the museum of New Mexico and will curry the story of Its attrac tions to the ends of the United States. Prof. Arthur S. Wright and Mrs. Wright, of Cleveland, O., well known educators, who were looking for a place to spend a several months' va cation, were bo impressed with what they saw at the museum of New Mex ico today that they decided to take up their quarters in Santa Fe and to visit from here the Indian' pueblos and cliff dwellings. 11. G. Uuether, of Oldenburg, came all the way from Oermar.y to visit the museum, others who registered were: J. A. Garcia y Sanchez, of Albuquerque; 'Mrs. A. S. Harris and Ross C. llanna, of Kan sas City: Oscar T. Ulueher, J. J. Tier Ticy, W. C. Raabe, Albuquerque; George Everard, Silver City; D. S. Mackull. Umgley, Va.: T. G. Logue, San Antonio, Tex.; A. J. Peterson, Al buquerque; C. O. nonnell. Monmouth, Jit.; J. li, Klein, Denver. New in New. GALLU F IT SUED FDR LIBEL Politics iii McKinley County Reaches White Heat When Damages Are Asked From Independent. (PICIAL DISPATCH TO MOHNINa JOUANAO tlallup, .V. M., Oct. 2. Political ac tlvily in McKlnliy county reached while heat here yesterday with the filing of a suit by (ieorge X, l'Mcming and lleiiiegio Mirubiil, republican enu dldatcH for tins lower house of the leg islature, asking damages in the sum of $r.,UU0 each against both W. II. Ilanns and Mrs, Nellie K, Ilanns, Joint owners of the tlallup Independent, a democratic newspaper published in this "city. The basis of the suit is an alleged libelous publication in a recent Issue of the Independent. The publication of this story and tho subsequent filing of the libel suit have crcuted great ex citement and political feeling Is be- coming more Intense every day. Kd- Itor Ilanns take the matter with en tire composure and declares the suit was brought solely for political effect. VOUCHER IS MAILED FOR LAST PAYMENT ON BUILDING AT SAN DIEGO PCCIAL DI.PATCH TO MO A Ni IB JOURNAL! Santa IV, Oct. i!!t, The Voucher to tl... i.. . t.n I., ii.... a.... .. il,,, j l.l I''! III. IKIIIIIK . ,111. ,., ,. splendid New Mexico building at the San Diego exposition was mailed to day to the contractor by Col. lialph K Twitchell, chairman of the New Mex ico exposition board. There Is special nt h-faction in that, for of the $::n,nti" appropriated by the slate, not quite $1.1,0110 has been available to Decem ber 1 of this year. It was estimated, too, by the exposition experts at San Diego, that the New Mexico building could not be put up under the most favorabl uiditlons for less than t- a square foot and as it covers lS.ooo square feet. It didn't take much fiu nring to demonstrate where the boan1 would land. That the building was completed for less than $15,000 is one of the triumphs of the New Mex ico commission, for compared, even with the $1.10,000 building on the ex position grounds, th New Mexie a building is "class," because of Its de sign, massiveness find upprnpiiat -ness. The descriptive pamphlet for Roose velt county, prepared by W. E, l.ind sey, beautifully illustrated and well written Is just from press. It will be included In the great New Mexico hook which is being issued by Pub licity Director A. E. Kochler, Jr. On the last page is a map of the county drafted by Waldo Twitchell, showing every postolfii'c, every railroad, ev ery stream and boundaries. Poitales, l.a. I.ande and Elida are given sepa rate write-ups. The 1'tililies com pany at Portales, a most unique and useful undertaking, is described by A. A. Rogers. It is mighty fine pub licity for Roosevelt county that is sure to bring great results. Arm MAM i a A I lC CRflM SANTA FE TO CALIFORNIA (PtCIAL COHKHPONDINC! TO MOPNINO JOURNAL! Santa !, Oct. 2 1 . Marcos Jara millo. aged 85 years, has arrived in the San Fernando valley, Calif., nftc traveling a-foot from Santa Fe, where he spent most of his life. He carried a sixty-pound pic k and gave the Cal ifornians a remarkable demonstration of New Mexico longevity and endur ance, such as is often found in high altitudes of arid countries. Jaramillo was at on- time well to do but expects to spend the remainder of his days with his sister and other relatives in California. The heavy puck he (allied contained his blan kets and (dothes, while a handbill! served as a provision knapsack, lie wore a straw sombrero which the sun had yellowed. On his trip he would halt at inviting spots along the road the mien country, build a fire and prepare for himself tortillas and frijoles. Jaramillo speaks very little- Eng lish but nevertheless made his wnv easily and carried a burden that might have put a young army cor poral out of commission. Tonclic-rs Certificates Issued. Santa Fe, Oct. 2!). The department of education yesterday Issued teach ers' certificates to the following: Reyes Romero, Mora; Cletus Kltts, Clayton; M. M. Salazar, Tome; Elolsa Montoya, Socorro, nil third grade; Jumes Cypher, of Benson, second grade; Effie Niceum, I.eora M. Fos ter, Deming; Mary Harris McGriff, Deming; Grace Marlon de Motte, Ar tesia; Hazlewood Moore, Portales; Florence Nelson, Belen; I.uisa li. Hodgdon, Carrlznzo; Ruth Schlott, Laguna: R. E. Hardawuy, El I'nao, first grode. Check Kidney Trouble at Once. There is such ready action In Foley Kldnev Pills, you feel their healing from the very first dose.. Backache, i. Li.lneva nainful bladder and irregular action disappear witn their t;se. O. Palmer, lireen nay, wis., ays- ' My wire is rapiuiy irkuvniiu her health and strength, due solely to Foley Kidney Pills." And W. T. IIutch- ens. Nicholson, i, "uy- -few doses made me feel better, and iu anil rheumatism are all gone and I sleep all night long." For by Butt's. Inc. Don't fail to attend our Big China Sale Saturday. THE LEADER. - BY CANDIDATES CLANCY DECIDES QUESTIONS THAT NTEREST VOTERS Publication of Notice of Elec tion and Qualifications of Voters Dealt With in Opinions, RtCIAL DlIPTi-H T MOKNINU JOURNALI Santa Fe, Oct, 'J!. Attorney Gen eral Frank W. Clancy today handed down two Interesiing and important opinions. In one he declares that Judges of election have the right to reject the Vote of an Intending Voter who lacks the qualifications of either age or residence, but Ihe name of the person whose vole Is rejected must be entered on the poll book with the word "rejected." The other opinion rules that the notice of election must lie published In two leading newspa pers of the county, the designation of tile two leading papers being within j the discretion of the county commis sioners. The urst opinion is un dressed to William C. Kennedy, of Se hoyeta, the other to J. E. Henderson, of the Portales Valley News. They read : Meet Ion ProclamalioiK. ' I have Just received your letter of the 2tlt Instant, In which you nsk what Is the law with reference to the publication of notices of election, and whether or not the law requires that such notices be published in the two papers in the cotin'y having the larg est circulation, or Is publication in one paper sufficient, or sufficient if published in the official and one other paper with less circulation than other paieis In the county. "The law on this subject will h' round in Section 1 of Chapter 105, of tho laws of 1 ;. That section re quires county commissioners, ten days before the election, by public, proc lamation and by publication in each of two leading newspapers puldishe I In the county, to give public notice of the object of the election, etc. . You will see thu' there is no reference in the statute to the mutter of circula tion of newspapers, and It would S'-eni that the ascertainment of wha' are the two leading newspapers in the county is left to the discretion of the county eonnnissioners. If ther- should be any gross abuse of that discretion I know of no remedy which could be applied except through puo llc sentiment expressed at the ncKt (lection when county commissioners arc to be selected. Improper desig nation of what are the two leading newspapers could not be held to in validate the election." Ilejoctcd Votes. "I have Just received your litter of yesterday. In which you ask me, In substance, If the judges of election can prevent men from voting, al though registered, If they know that such men are less than 21 years of age, and also if a man has been a resident in the precinct for only tc'.l da vs. can he be allowed to vote? ' If any voter 's challenged, the judges of (lection have power, if they are satisfied cither from their ow.l knowledge or from evidence present ed, to reject the vote if the intending voter lacks any of the qualifications, whether .of age or residence. The qualifications of a voter ai'' that he must be a male citizen of the Fnited States who is over the age of 21 year.) and has resided in New Mexico twelve months, In the county ninety days and In the precinct in which he offers to vote, thirty days next preceding the election. "You speak of a man coming from another county and being in the pre cinct only ten days. It might be the case that a man who Is a resident of the precinct and who has been absent for sometime, may not have lost his residei ce in that precinct, and In that case he would be entitled to vote, al though he might have been tempo rarily absent and actually in the pre cinct only leu days before the elec tion. "If any vote is rejected, the name of the person offering to vote, if lu so desires, must lie registered in the poll book and the names of the per sons for whom he offers to vole and the word "rejected" shall be written oppislte his name as provided In Sec tion lfiliS of the compiled laws of 1897." CARLSBAD GETS LIVELY AFTER WEEKS OF QUIET PICIAL CORKiaPONDINCl TO MORNINU JOURNAL) Carlsl ad, N, M., Oct. 29. Carlsbad has been exceedingly quiet for severul weeks, but new life is on with a ven geunce, The road board Is getting busy und planning to fix the eighteen miles of road to Uikewood. C. H. McLenathen, the president of the Carlsbad Good Roads association, came' home from a week in Albu querque with increased determination to have better roads in Eddy county and all e:stern New Mexico for that matter. The committee appointed by the court to review the report of the late grand Jury met this morning und set tled down to business, it looks like a long siege, but the committee will try to find out the real truth with re gard to individuals. The district court will convene again tomorrow and finish up the cal endar of the fall term. Judge G. A. Richardson arrived this evening while the district attorney has been here since Sunday. The machinery of .the Eastern New Mexico Good Rouds association which was organized at Roswell a few days ago, will be set in motion tomorrow. Judge Richardson is the president ol this association, which has for Its pur pose the promotion of the building of a great highway through the east side of the state. Mexico. COMMITTEES FOR MEETING NAMED BY MISS MYERS t i Superintendent of Industrial! Education Annnniocs Per sonnel of Those in Chaise of Exhibit, (PICIAL DISPATCH TU MOANINS JOUHNALI Santa Ke, Oi l. Me. Matietie A. Myers, supervisor of industrial educa tion In New MrM. ci, i,,d.i announced llie following commiitees to havi charge of Ihe ed u .0 miia I exhibit at the National tin ml armory at Albu querque, November Jil-.'V Mi Kinb unn, W. . Cornell, i chairman; W. I.. I'.iMuqi, Miss Molse and two others still in be chosen, I. una count). Miss Grace ilncl.cl, .1. II. Taylor, W. E. Hull and two others. Valencia county, S.itiirumo linen. J. It. tiunter, Miss Amelia Raff, Mis. Nora Urumbiieh and one other. Grant county. Miss Isabel lYklcs. W. H. McKnrland. K, I.. Knloe, Mrs Chapman, Ethan Wright. Socorro county, Itenj.unin Sanchez, M. Marcclino, Mrs Inxon, Miss Col lins and one other. Guadalupe, J. V. liallegos, Mrs. El liott, Robert K. Gulloiwiy, V. 11. l,ow ry, S. onuir darker. Rio Arriba, Oavid Martinez, Jr., I.uis V. Yaldcr., Curmclitu J.tcque., Ell Martinez, Arthur Can. Colfax, Mrs. Josie l.m kard, M. El lis, Mrs. Howes and two others. yuuy, E. I'ack, Joseph s. Ilofer, W. 1". Well, C. W. I.oflus and one other. Sandoval, dotlifai in MollloU, Sister M. dementia, Hi'oiIut Francis, Sister Margaret, Refugia llaca. Salitn l'e, John V. Conway, .1. II. Wagner, Itessie Wisdom, Mrs. Kerry Ferguson and one oilier. Mora, Manuel Madrid, Sister .1. Frances, W. G. Johnson, R. It. Cham pion and one other. otero, It. S. Tipton, Mrs. Kate Liv ingston, R. It. Prall, Mlanche Ander son, J. Manley Morgan, Roosevelt, Mrs, ,' I'ryor H. Timmons, ami two others. San Juan, J. 1.. Douglass, Edwin A, F, W. Swinney Si hrei k, Earl lain Ira I 10. Vei Ranchman a ml om Torrance, Charli oilier. L. Hurt, Ludwick, A. L. Lucy, Mrs. J. and Mrs. I'arrctl. S BY OFFICIALS El B.tCIAL OtBA.CM TO MO AN I NO JOUANAC! Santa Fe, Oct. 2!l.-- Scoring vigor ously the methods of the officers em ployed to suppress the liquor traffic among the Indians of New Mexico, Judge John R, Mi Fie, in his argu ments before the federal grand Jury lu Ihe case of the I'nltcd States vs. Geronlmo Ortiz of San Rafael, Va lencia, county, won such a decisive victory in the acquittal of Ortiz, thai the government dismissed the case against Pablo Morales, also of San Rafael, who, too had been Indicted on the charge of selling liquor lo Ihe Indians. In trying the case, II became ap parent that Ortiz had been trapped by an official of the Indian liquor suppression service. All Indian, who looked like a Spanish-American, was selected lo do the work and succeed ed in deceiving Ortiz. The prosecuting witness, spoke Spanish without uflawj and every one who saw him pro-j notinced him to be a white man. The j ease went on trim yesieruay aiiei noon and the Jury early Ibis after noon brought1 in a verdict of acquit tal. As a result, employes of the liquor suppressing branch of the Indian bureau will be warned to be more circumspect In their activities and not wilfully to trap offenders by meth ods that almost amount to deliberate deception. INCORPORATION PAPERS OUT OF THE ORDINARY MCIAL DISPAICH TO MOKNINS JOUNNALI Santa Fe, Oct. 29. Rather unique are the Incorporation papers filed by the Riverview Mining and Devtop ment company of Rincon, Dona Ana county, whose capitalization is $10. 000 divided into 1,000 shares. The stockholders are claim owners who struck a ri( h gold lead in the Caballo mounluliiH und they pooled their claims, putting them in ut $"',000 and contributed the other $5,000 In cu.-di. In the division, It so happens that fivo of the stockholders, A. W. Duke, A. O. Ma pes, C. D. Dlvera, S. C. llerrin and W. H. Martin or Meeker, oki.i., were assigned -1.4 shares each, J. H. Koonce and (;. Ware of the name place 21.5 shares each, and iJemcy I,ewK who is named statutory agent and Is secretary and treasurer; l.ouis r.. Carl and Clyde M. Meeker, vice presi dent, of Klncon, were given fifty shares each. W, S. Martin Is named president, and with C. M. Becker, Demcy Lewis, I K. Curl, J. II. Koonce, C. Ware and A. G. Mupea forms the board of trustees. Don't fail to attend our Big China Sale Saturday. THE LEADER. ' METHOD ARE CONDEMNED n n rIAtb HULL rUn COPPER CARGOES Shipment May Be Made Neutral Countiies on Ai ce ment That Metal Shall Not Be Reshin I V MOKNINa JOUANAL tCI( I AL Lf MID WiAf ; j Washington, o, i, After a con ference between Ailing Sciictnir j Lansing of the slate department mid ,Sir Cecil spl lug-Ill. c, Hie llrilish am- Jbassador. late today, It was stated ail-i j thol'itallvi y lh.it ilical Idllain prob ably would n lease ihe steaiueis lar-l iling copper detained at Gibraltar. j It was learned thai the Italian gov-' I eminent nlrcaily has ilicared an cm-1 Ibal go oil the expolt.it loll of Copper lo 1 belligerent i outlines but Unit ihe noil-' ! ficatlon had liol foiinally reached: I England. As mm.ii as the fact is com-i muiili ated through offi, i.il channels1 jibe steamers destined in Raly will be' .pel milled to continue their voyages, ! according to the m iv of I'.ritish olli-j jt'iaiH neie unlets some other citiiini (Stances in (oiiiicitnm with the uctivi- ities of Ihe ships (ml t reported de- velop. It is not known yet whether Iswedili and Greece have deilarrd eni- tbaigocs on the exportation of copper j Conditional Conliahaiiil. J 1 in Mentally the Rritish ambassador '.revealed that negotiations were well I under way between Great Hntaln and 'all the lieutial coiiiiIihh of Kuinpc i ; whereby the neutral government In .each (use would ait as the consignee I of all products classed as conditional contraband. The machinery of iln I arrangement has not ,et been per jfeetetl but it Is intended to place the jguaiunlcc of ci. li ii-it 1 1 .i I govi rn j mi nt behind shipments so as to in jAsure against re-exportation. III the case of copper already ell i route to Italy or Sweden or Greece, !the Itlitlsh government will he guided ! by the ultimate desl inat ion of each ! cargo, offering lo buy coppi r believed jto lie consigned Indirei tly to Krupp's 'ammunition wanks in Germany or i A usl riun factories, ! I'orbiiU l!c-expoi iiiiliin. ! The ambassador made it plain that Ihe least possible friction would ell jsue if shippers obtained from the con '.'",! iHU,H "f l,lp countries to which they ,s i consigned their cargoes a certificate uil'i)ir li 1,,'lllr.ll li ov't II li il'l, ( U ill 1 . .. ... . qucsiioil wouki noi ieiioii i e-rxpoi i.i- lion. ! The principal object of the llrilish i ambussudor'H visit to Mr Lansing was to control an impression current yes .terday that Great llritain Would pro i lest against Secretary McAdoo's order ' lo collectors of lustoms asking them jto withhold from publication the na : tare of i areoes until thirty days after 'ships ibared American ports. The j Rritish n iiibassador issued (he follow ing stall incut of explanation: i ..... ,",""!..V" S',",,4 ,oo . ueii .-.,,. K.i ...... ..... " " . . ' " i i . . , ,i lo, I, ii.i'M hi ii,nu II t i ,1 .u ri( I Foreign owners have no reason to j complain. In New Yol k City this reg- j , illation has actually been in force for j , some tune. i "Tile publication of manifests Is not ill usual practice and depends solely on j local customs In different countries, .Nothing In the regulations preveiila (the consuls of neutral countries from j communicating tn the consuls of bel I ligerents as is now done, details as lo tli. destination of contraband or the I intention of the neutral govei nuieiit I in regard lo embargoes," i Demands of American exporting in j (crests were responsible for Secretary j. McAdoo's order. , Sim e Ihe hegin Ining of the war the old general inanl I fest, which ga B only vague Infoi ina jtlon of the details of Ihe ship's cargo, I has been replaced by v. precise Invoice I of all goods in the bottom. Shipping J Interests complained to the treasury department, however, that the pnbli j cation of these new manifests oper luted Injuriously to the Individual rshipper by acqiin inl ing business rivals with his methods. They apparently preferred to biibnill to u general ex. erelse of the right of search by for eign cruisers rather than expose Ihe details of their private business to I their rivals. ! IIRITISII GOVI.ItNMENT I OI I I RS TO III V COPPER New York, Oct. iJ. --The Rritish government has opened negolinllons lo purchase the American copper car ried by live steamers, held by English warships at Gibraltar, but at a price less than the average cost of produc tion, iiccording to a statement issued by the American Smelting t Refining Co., which today Joined with three oilier copper companies In sending to Secretary of State Hryan a telegram urging him lo seek the release of the vessels. Information of the seizure of only j three steamers had been received at (the lime Ihe message wus sent lo Sce jretury Hryan lull later advices to the Coiner eomnuliloH added two more to I ., . . . i,rim.wr m f,. Muloe, Sweden and the Ascot for Genoa. The American Smelling fc Refining Co., In 113 Btiilemeiil, declares that the Ilritish government has aimed a serious ldow at the American copper industry by including that metal In the list of contraband. Kngland's ac tion wuh declared to bo "a clear case of restraint of trade l.y a foreign gov ernment." While the greater purt of the cop per Included in the cargoes of the live ships sel.ed has been refined, the statement says some of it is "bessc meri.ed" or unrefined copper which is used In large quanlitles In Italy lor the manufacture of milphuln of copper. The sulphate is used In mak ing what Is said to be the only sub, stance which effectively destroys th" phylloxera which infest the great Italian vineyards. The statement asserts that large iinantities of sulphide of clipper are jixported by KukIuikI. ARCH T STEEL TRUST IS FINALLY ENDED toiCase Is Gigantic in Keeping With the Mammoth Cm -potation That It Is Sought to Dissolve. f MUNNINS .IOU AN AC AtCIAI. lAtlf MMdSI Philadelphia, Oct . Ai gument ill the federal suit lo dissolve the Itiiti-d States Steel (orporation on 1 1 ue ground mat us organization ami I operation coii-dlnte a violation of the Sherman ai.tl li'ust law, was con. 'eluded t",av und the coin! took lb-' jblg case under advlscme.it Just three ,eal'H Mild three davs after the orig inal petition of the government wis tiled llgllin-t Hie roll' el 11 mid lis sllb ' s i 1 1(1 1 II S " So u"l are the nullifications cftl o e and so eiioi iiioiis the record that leclsioll Is Hot look'd for I'N I.IW- 'eis until next spring or (ally sum mer. Then, It is predicted, that enc Uide or the other will curry the suit lo the supreme court, of the l ulled iStatcH where unotlur year or mii" j niiL;ht slip by before a tinal decree shall have been leached. I Jacob M. Dickinson, former cecre- . buy of war, In charge of the gov. rn-I ) incut side of Ihe case, took up all day: ; ill com lulling ii l g il n l cti t 111 support! "i the charges that the billion dollar j cot potation was formed with uionop- , jolisiic Intent and that It uiluaih ex-j en iseil Ihe power ol a monopniy in that It suppresses com pel it ioii ami j controls pi icis. Ills argument was; largelv In rebuttal of the speeches I i made by the six corporation attorney h I w ho had preceded blm. j I Eight lawyers participated In the ' j (ligament w hich took up a period of elght diiys in which time they deliv ered more than .'l.'.u.Ouii words. I .1 mines Hull iugtolt. Mi Plieisnii and i jlluni, formerly of the commerce; 'coiiii, mid Wooley, recently appoint- i id to succeed Judge George Gray, retired, now have before them fifty - six volumes containing l.'i iuiil printed j ; pages of testimony and exhibits: , briefs with more than l.TMi pages of printed argument, l.Min typewritten i , pages of oral argument besides nil-. melons documents sin h as answers of j defendants and many citations of opinions handed down by the supreme ' and other federal courts In corpora- turn eases. ; (.iganllc Task. j The suit was filed nt Trenton, N. i J., and was heard by the four circuit , Judges sitting as the Cniled Slates ( court for the district of New Jersey as the steel corporation was charter ed In that Jurisdiction. The special j examiner in the (use sat 1SH days in j nine cllles hearing tho testimony of 0 witnesses. Of the Judges who1 took pari in preliminaries In the suit W-illL. ni M I jj nn int' U ill -ml n lit) U" . 'George Gray, 'has retired. ()ni, n(lv(.ll ,,,.,,.,,., nt m ,i defendant in the case has died. J. P. Morgan, but III. Morgan, but the suit, illation, fell to the ! I'V govei nilietit executors iis a legacy. In concluding his argument Mr. Dickinson today discussed the ques- lion of Intent to monopolize, and to of the 'give color to this allegation 'government he look up the Miction of certain steel nun alleged In past for the years as related uy counsel defense. "I am not going to say anything ii I ii u t the honor of the steel corpora tion men," he iili!, "ami I have not 'impeached their honor, but 1 am go jlng to rend to you what counsel for 'the defense has said about them." Mr. Dickinson then read from the iargumciel of the opposing side In which was described how two men, who afterward became Interested lu it lie steel corporation, took money from manufacturers In the nineties llo refrain from producing a certain (article which they had no Intention to make. This, Mr. Dickinson wild, j showed that they engaged III deceit t ii nil false representations lo obtain a I sum of money. Mr. Dickinson then quoted further from the defense's argument a speech which counsel for the corporation said I had been delivered by one of the most active figures In the Gary dinners (lining the panic of 1007. One para ' graph of the speech said : j "Now, what I nsk of you is that 'we attempt to avoid the fraud, the I lying, the deceit and the resulting (ut throat practices of the past by ! being honest with each oilier, by i telling the truth to cadi other." I Mr. Dickinson asked the court to I decide for Itself whether this had jbeeii honorable, dealing, j "Would one or a number of such linen stop at Intentional monoioii.a- I lion; has human nature changed . i an I the leopard change his spots'."' lo asked. "Made in America" Imposition. New York, Oct. --- I'ri'liininary arrangements were made here today for a made In America" cxpositio-l to be held In Ibis city probably dur ing the last two weeks of January. Notice to the Public. i Having secured Ihe services of Mr. j Kd Arloti, wo are prepared lo fill or- ' ders for piano tuning, guaranteeing! perfect satisractlon. Mr, Arion conies to us recommended by siuli wcllj known music firms as the Jesse I French company, with whom he was j associated for eleven years, then with! the l.eyhe 1'lano company of Texas i for seven years. We are also pre- I pared to repair any kind of player i piano, both foot and electric power, j We also have a first class case finish- j er ami can rebuild your piano if nee- essary. Why not have your piano ti I by an exporlcnced tuner. Call ; I.eiiinard-I.indemann Co. I Don't fail to attend our Birj China Sale Saturday. j THE LEADER. - ! oii! - QH!" Trv "t.l Ts.IT," I'"' I'nlnlesw, New I'liin Corn urc. Si'i' iir funu Vnnl-.li In h Hurry. 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