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j THE CALUMET NEWS
J MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED THE WEATHER j PRESS. CLOUDY TONIGHT AND V ) SATURDAY. WARMER TONIGHT. J VOL XXI CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 8, 1911 NO. 34 C THE CALUMET NEWS IS A SUPPORT SHIES IN TRUST CASES Bill Introduced in House Providing Federal Backing in Ouster Actions LONG DEBATE ON PENSIONS Much Discussion Relative to Dol lar a Day For Vets Sherwood Measure Presented to Con gress Last April is Called Up in House Today. Washington, Dec. S. Hep. Nelson, of WiK 'onaiu, today Introduc ed a bill In I In House designed to support the states which have ousted corjeorat Ions for violutioits of the state trust laws. The bill provides that whenever the laws of a stute regulating foreign cor porations are violated the enforcement ..f penalties will have the backing Of the fed ral government. Fight on Pent, on Bill. Washington, Dec. X. The tight to establish a general service pen.sion of a dollar a day for Cniou veterans opened In the House today when Hep. Adair, of Indiana, called up the Shcr o.d bill introduced last April. The prospect la for a long und vigorous debate. Aske About Paper Clause. Washington, Deo. X. The House, by resolution toduy, called upon the pres ident for Information as to whether the paper and pulp section of the Can adian reciprocity bill is now In force, and whit other nations are demanding 1 1 11. essions given to Canada. Asks Congress to Aid. Washington, Dee. 8. The Nation al Rivers and Harbor ("ongiess closed its convention today. Hesolutions urg ing the ndoption by the Federal gov ernment of a broad, liberal and sys tematic policy of water improvement Were ll'iojited. Beet Farmers To Testify. Washington, Dec. X. -Subpoe naos :.ie : , u issued , the House suga: tniet oenunlttee far a nnniOor of form iigiiRetf In bee! BOgOf culture. TtWJ will be .ailed to refute (he testimony .1 oiornuo tarmera ti.at be. t sugar refiners do not deal fairly with the bcei farmers. Today Janus Hodkin of .'.lend, Colorado, WAS n ailed and iuc tionetl as to the statement of ro-i-iits for Colorado beet fleldo. CONTRADICTS HIS PREVIOUS STORY WITNESS FOR THE LORIMER DE FENSE MAKES ADMISSIONS ON BEING CROSS-EXAMINED. Washington. Hoc. S. T-, J. liell. n 'lihago street car eon doc tor, today told tbe I.nrlmcr committee that Sid ney Ynrbmua.lt was In Chicago tin 'dglit of May 24, 1 !)., instead of in a loom at Springfield with White as the latter ti -tilled. Bell rorrop ated Mo- lormnn Gloss ns to Yarbr it ;h being on a Chicago tndlev car the night of May 24. Under cross-examination Hell contradicted his testimony given In Lee O'NHI Browne's trials. Bell ftlso admitted ho had fixed the dad- In I I mind by talking with Gloss before hi w.nt on the stand in the second l ll on ne trial. John J. O'Keefe, n Chicago pollce uinn. who had White In his cttOtbdV the early port of August. 1910, testi fied. "White told me if Browne was ' evicted Torlmer would bo unseated: that state's attorney Wuyman would rtmr of Illinois and ho expect 1 to bo made warden of the peniten tiary. Ho tod me to keep my mouth Kiut and I would not hove to stay In the poll .i. pertinent." O'Keefe also said White told him thnt President Wright of tho Illinois Federation of Labor had brought word from Governor Dcpoon that he need " t ,o afrnld of being In Jail for any testimony he had given, nloo Ihol White admitted to him he had aworn falsely against Browne. CHRISTENING 19 HELD. Followlne'tho wedding of Miss Men Collins and William H. Mojfje 1 the homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Collins. Bound -ry street. Wednesday evening. Rev. M. H. Trod, pastor of the Dnurlum M. B rhureh, christened two sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Howe, a daughter of Mr and Mrs. J, Parsons, a son nnd dainbt. of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Collins nnd a son "f Mr and Mrs William Collins. NEW AEROPLANE RECORD. Johnnnesthal, flormnny, Per. . A w endurance record for an aeroplane merit with passengers was achieved '"liiy bv ROft Siivol.uk. who staved In the air four hours and twenty-throe "dilutes. The previous record was two hours, ten minutes nnd 55 seconds. INDOOR RIFLE PRACTICE. Six Teams Chose-, to Participate in Tournament. Tho members of Co. A. Engineers have prepared i( ,,! .,fK, pra(. Met during tin- winter month. The company hH8 been dlvleled into aix '-"us, captained i,y Serge-ants Krupp, Cowley, Goschc. Bell and Eaton and Corporal McLngan and a schedule o.m. in It tee has been named to prepare date for these team to meet on the Indoor rongO. All of the captains have had more- or leas experience In rlllo w..rk h the state and local contends an. 1 it is expe-cte-el tin- practice result ing from the .tournament will be very beneficial. A fine silver eup trophy win ie presented for the winning team and the Individual members will be presented with medals suitably en graved. The tournament will begin as soon as the schedule committee present its report and will continue until the end of the Indoor season. Interest In rifle vva.rk is Increasing rapid's- and the men are making con siderable progress under the direction of Lieut. Ira Penberthy, Instructor In smull arms practice. It Is expected that after the close of the present tournament, the winning team will engage in mutches with a team composed of the officers of the company and also with a team coin posed of former members of the com pany. If a clvlllnn team should be organized, it Is likely that a private match will be arranged. NATURALIZATION CLASSES No More Will Go to Houghton Until After Jan. 1. The Calumet branch of the Brltish American Naturalization league has decided to await until after the holi days bet ore taking any more . lasses of prospective citizens to Houghton to rile applications for first or second cit i.i nship iiapers. The otllcers announce that appll cants cannot now receive (heir second naturalization papers until the June term of court, us the term of ninety days required by law for the posting ot applicants' names for the January term has already expired. Arrange ments for taking a large class to Houghton early in January nre now under way, and several names have al ready been received. THEY HAD NO CHOICE. Michigan Democrats Will Not Instruot Delegation. Washington, Dec. 8. "I am Balis- tied that (h temper i Michigan now Is against instructing a delegation to the national convent ion." says Sex-re - i Ury A lt cnfleM of the Michigan k.,mU. ,.el)trHl Democratic committee. who has returned to Washington to resume his duties as tally clerk of the House. "The state organization Is In the best working shape In years and we are sotlofled that thousands of Demo ciats who heretofore have temporarily left the party will be foOttd again eii n l. d and prepared for the Dcmocratl' primaries In lilt, Y. M. C. A. TRIMS ENGINEERS. A game of indoor baseball, was play ed in tin- loOBl Y. M. C. A. gym lust evening when the asm-elation team defeated the team representing Comp any A. Unpin I Iff, by the score of 18 to !. The game was fast und Inter esting throughout ami wituct-scd by a l.-.ij-e number of cnllius.a Uics of both teams. NO special features marked tht. game, beyond steady and presist est hitting by the winners. Nicholas and Hooking were the battery for the "Vs." "HOLY GHOST" LEADER INDICTED Portland, Me.. Dec. 8. Hev. Frank Sundt'oid, leader of the Holy (Ihost ami I s society, was today Indicted by a l-'e.leral grand Jury for the death of six of his followers on a cruise of the yacht Coronet. The trial was begun immediately. MAY INTERVENE IN PANAMA. Panama. Dec. 8. Commenting on the political disturbances, which culminat ed In a riot on Dec. f, when street fighting between factions occurred, the Star and Herald this morning express ed the fear that a repetition of tho disorders will had to military occupa IfCfl sjsi iirovislonal government by tho Cnited States. UPRISINGS IN MEXICO. Mexico City. Dec. 8. Small upris ings an- reportoel from San Martin, state of Tlarenls, snd also In the ...i,a,irhn,.H of Ke'huacan. state of l-ucbl . as we II. snd on the southern burner e.f Zae atecas. To oil these dis turbances the military authorities are pa ing close attention ROBERT COLLYER IS 88. New Yeu-k. Dee-. S. Dr. Robert Oot lye-r. the famous uniiarnin m ........ v ,, ..iHitv -eight yanra ol.l t.siaj unn the ocxasion was awraavs c-e ,elpt Of many ce.nigratulateer.v mes sages mull irie-now hi... . tbreaighout Amerlca and Kurope. DESERTS HIS FATHER'S CREED. Chicago. Ki n " ri.1,d"d'." p.ovb, only son of tho late J.din Al rxander Dowle, founder of MM CHfi has deserted his father's creed and I studying for the Rplscopallun minis try In the- Western Theedoglcsl school - X J U. M, I, . in PeiWIe- pini'ie-eu in" for several years. ARIZONA TO HOLD FIRSULECTION Will Vote For First Time, Next Tuesday, For State and Other Officers BAN ON THE JUDICIAL RECALL Must be Eliminated or Territory Cannot Join Union Hoval A. Smith and Ralph Comiron Are the Republicans' Candi dates for U. S. Senators. I'hoenix. Ail, !ee S. - Arizona will vote for the first time, next Tuesduy for Hlate of state ,.Mlcals, two Cnit ed States senators (subject to l.unial ratification by the logleteture re pro- sentative in 4 'ongiess, men, I., is of the supreiii.- eoort, ilistrict Judges, state M-natoia and representatives, county and praelacl ofllcoro. In addition Arizona will vote on the proKsul to eliminate the Judicial re call from the state constitution. Un less the verdict! .m the latter Issue is In the affirmative, all the other labor of tho day will have been In vain, for Congress has decreed that Arizona shall remain outside the Cnion until this device is removed from the funda mental law. There ale three complete state tick ets In the Held. Democratic, Hepablican and Socialist. The candidates for gov ernor are: Demo; rati.-. George W. P. Hunt, of Globe; Hepublican. Kdwaid W. Wells, of Prescott; Socialist. P. W. ilalcntin", of (llobe. The Hepublicans are bending their energies to capture control of the leg islature nnd thus Insure the election of two HepublUans as Cnited States Onntora, Their candidates for sena tors are lUilph Cameron, who has been the territorial dele;.;at e, and Hoval A. Smith, late Itepiibllcan terriP.rial chairman and a young mining man of Hlsboe. The choice of the Democrats for I In senatorshlps are Her. ry F. As -burst of Prescott and Marcus Smith of Tucson. The Socialists have indorsed E. XOhaOoil anl K. 11. Slmonton. both residents of liobe. lYr reiresenta(ivc' In Congress the candidates ore: Iw-niocratlc. Mulford Wlnsor, of Yuma: He publican, John S Williams, of BhahOOj and Socialist, John Halberg, of Jerome. Pcc.iuse of th moltlptkHty r ftonaV- dates, It will pndiably be sOVOfnl days after the election before the results are known definitely. LITTLE TRUANCY NOW. Fewer Children Playing "Hookey" Than Ever Beforo. .V e nding to Supt. K. J. Hall there Is less truancy at this time In OthoOl district No. I than ever before. The number of c hildren playing '-hookey" Is so small as to be almost inslgnift pmnt It shows that the pupils are in tcr i stid iii their studies also that the troonl oflcor is right eg tho Job. According to Supt. Hall, arrange ments for tho Christmas vacaiion h.iv. boen made. The BehoOls of district No. 1 will close- Friday afternoon. Dec-. Mi BOd fO OPOn Monday, Jan. 8. This will give the teachers an opportunity to visit their homes and spend the Viil. tide period with relatives and frl lids. It Is exp. cted there w ill be an exo dus of teac hers out of Calumet Fri day evening, Dec. 22, and the fol lowing day. SCORES PLUNGED TO THEIR DEATH RAILROAD BRIDGE NEAR KAZAN, RUSSIA, COLLAPSES AND 150 TO 200 WORKMEN LOSE LIVES. St. Petersburg, Dec. 8. Between one hundred and fifty and two hundred workmen w-re today plunged Into the Holga River, through tho collapse of railroad bridge In course of construc th.n near Kazan. The bridge was car rleel away by the pressure of Ice. Only four i oi pse-.q have thus far boon recovered. A sharp look-out Is being kept down the river for survivors who nun have- been able to clamber on Ice floes. TOO WELL ESTABLISHED. A well known commercial traveler, now in the- copper country, who does not car tee have- bis name made' pub-lie-, stale. I tei The News this morning that he eloes not believe the attempt being made by the I'ommere-lal Trav elers' OOOOCtothsM to abate the tipping i i. in. i in hotels and othe r placet., will be succi-ssful. He. bilu ves the system is toe well established te be easily done away with. NEW LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS. Duke of Connaught to Open Satkat chewan Parliament Structures. Regime Hask.. D . . s ills Royal Hlgnesa the Duke of Connaught will be ask. il to officiate at the formal opening of the new Saskatchewan par liament buildings. The date for the opening has not been tixed, but as the b-jll.llags are now practically complet ed lt is expected the opening will take place early in tbe coming year. The new parliament hmldinvs. the corner stone of which was laid icto ber 4. l0, by Karl C:. s. then govern or general of Cannda. is to be by far the most imposing structure In the province. The building consists of a main structure, surmounted by an iei po lug dome and flanked by two large wings. The design of the exterior Is flee adaptation of ICro'.lish raiialssuncr work, (ombing dignity, simplicity and purity of style. The me In entrance is by a triple doorway, through a spa lous vestibule. Into the me In entrance ball. The thlel tiature of the Interior arrange ment Is the magniti nt legislative chamber, which wui designed after a careful study of the principal legisla tive halls of American and Furupoan rapltols. An unobstructed view of tbe speaker's rostrum Is to be had from every part of the house. Public nai leries line three sides of the cham bers Thee council room and the apart ments of the provlaeial governor and premier have been tdven places of honor on tbe main floor of the central structure, with the ofllce-s of the clerks close at hand. Tho reading room, stack room and committee looms occupy much of tlm space In the east wing, while the west wing will be given over to writing rooms, public waiting rooms and offloea for members A part of the ground floor will be assigned also to the public works, treasury and agricultural departments of the government. The attorney general's department, the department of education, the dpartment of rail ways and those of the- provincial secre tary and municipal commissioners will be located on the second floor. In the basement will be provided the din ing room for members, the staff lunch rooms, and a oompletelv equipped kit chen. Sixty fire-proof vaults have been Installed In the building for the saf--keeplng of the provincial records and official accounts. Tho bulh'ing waa erected from dans drawn by a leading firm of Montreal architects. Wh-n completed, the atruc tnre will represent a total outlay of nearly ll.SoO.OOO and will take rank among th finest public edltie e-a on the American continent. MANY SANTA CLAUS LETTERS. The usual number of Santa flaus b tiers are being received by the COl umet pf.atofftce otticlals. Most of the letters are- addressed to stores in Red Jacket, and are being di'lie-vc-red ac e eirdingly. Ah ye t e ve ry letter has be en properly aiblressi-d, and the eeftlcials have had no trouble in disposing of the-in. It is hoped many of the little teds will have- their appeal- an .vi-reel HEARING THIS AFTERNOON. Tbe examination of Abram RoJoeneo and John Hendrickson, alia- John fluhta. charge-el with the- larceny of $95 from the saloon of XtOli KangOl . ef Pine stree-t. e arly In September, will take place In Justice Jackola s court this afternoon. The defendants will be hapeTOOOntOd by Attorneys J. l- Ham bltzer ef Houghton and Bttgom A. MacNally, of Re-d Jacket. roopOOtlVOl. BOYS CONFESS TO ROBBERIES. Reiek loaand, Ilia., Doc. iv Five boyi under twenty, im-nibers of prominent famHIe, eonfe-s-cd today to a s.-rb - of rohfeortot which have mstitbd tin pedlce for months. KILLED WHILE ON STRIKE DUTY ILLINOIS CENTRAL GUARD SHOT DEAD AND TWO OTH ERS WOUNDED AT MEMPHIS. IS Memphis, Term., Dec. .8 Victor 0. Mentor, an Illinois eVntral It. H. guurcl. was killed Chart ea McCilman. another guard, and Depot I'nlted Slate's Mar sh. 'I Dlllway were- wounded today at the N'onconnah yards. Responding U a call te suppress a riot at the- yards, where a strike was on the men wen riding on the running hoard of a loco motive. nnl w ere- tired upon at the nut -skii ts of the inrds. WILL MARRY KIRK'S WIDOW. Fargo. N. D., Dec. 8. J. p. William son, a well know n stockman and farm er of Sargent county, will marry Mr.c J. S. Klrk. widow of tho Chicago "aonp king." goring the hedtdays. It not OJM kneewn he re texlay mates. They were school - EX AMBASSADOR IS DEAD. v ina ion, D. IVc. 8 Bartle-tt Tripp, I'gcd sitv -nine, auibasaebir iiiald to put butter In storage, ih Austria during tho administratlor of the ie-sult that at this time sli k arc President Cleveland, is dead. Ismail. McNamara Brothers and Their Nemesis, Detective W. J. Burns. " ' ' fa, BBssasassteMSSBBMBSBSBsfaaaaaaaaV& - . - IHUHJimniii Photos copyright by American Hrest GIVES HIS LIFE FOR EMPEROR JAPANESE RAILWAY SUPERIN TENDENT SUICIDES BECAUSE MIKADO WAS DELAYED ON TRIP. Victoria, B. C, Dec. 8. (living his life as an atenement because the e ni pt ror ot Japan was forced te spend an hour's delay in a comnmn waiting mom, fcfoj Shijino Shlmidzu. a train superintendent, threw himself under a train, according to advices brought here by tho steamer Awa Maru. Shlmidzu was In charge of arrange ments of the emperor1! Journey from Kyu-b", where ho witnessed tho big army 1 1 n in in.ine-u e-rs. and the Imperial j exception of the- person or ersone who was il, laved as a result of theism receive the- nriie for iiprformlne derailment ef a carriage eluo to a mis placed switch. Shlmidzu le ft a letter saying ho con side-reel lt bis duty to give his life to pay for the emperor's embarrass ment. The Kupereir was much dlstress-e-d whe-ll the- incident was reported te him. WILL INSTALL DR. BISHOP. Noted Div;ne to bA Made President of Southwestern University. i Purge-low ii, TcN.i'. lies-, x. Many well known ellvlnes and educators of the Methodist Episcopal Church. South, arrived here toelav to atte-nel the Inaugui-aili.n of Dr. Charles M. Bishop is president of Southwestern Univer sity. The Inauguration exercises will antes! over three days. Presblent W. . f. w oi Durham Cedloge is tee deliver tin- acid. ma aodi css at i he formal in stallation tomorrow morning. Dr. James K. Kllgore of Te xarkana will preside over the ex.-ri-lses. On Sundav the InaiiR'iral sermon will he preached by Dr. Prank K. Sanders, president of Washburn 'ollegev WHY BUTTER IS HIGH. Congress, sa Much ss Cow, Responsible For Present Prices. Kanaaa City, Dec. 8. Congress as BjSJsO. as tbe cow Is re-sionslble for sending butter to the hlshost figure It has too oped since IMv ace-ording te romr-.'sslon mem bants h. re-. Tho eloal- lers jeek 'o.explalfl the sfiorti be ling due to a bill before Congress last spnng to limit the- time butter mbfht t kept In cbl storage tei ninety days T'.e- toll was riot iasseel but while it rtas pending It Is said elenlers were asooclaflon, mil. AMERICANS ARE NOT INCLUDED NOBEL PRIZE AWARDS FOR THE PRESENT YEAR ALL GO TO EUROPE AN NOTABLES. Stockholm. Dec. 8. The Nobel prlz awards for the present year are calcu late d to give little ground for self-com- Placeney to Americans Though the formal announcement of the awards will not be made until day after tomor row, which will be the anniversary of the founder's death, the prospective recipients already ure known, with tho Ihe most useful service of the year In promoting peace. Tho prize for chemistry goes to Mme. Curie, chief professor of si ie in es In the LTnlverslty of Paris, win. with her husband, discovered ra dium. The prir.o for physics, which It was believed some time age would 1k? awarded te Thomas A. Edison, the American inve-ntor, will s instead to PrufOoaut vTUhotni Wien ef Yueizburg I niveisity. Maurice- Maeterlinck, the well kmiw Helglan author ami play wright, will re e lve the llterar' prize, while the priae In medicine will be awarded to Professor Allvar Oull strand, of tho faculty of medicine of I'psala I'nlverslty, for research work in connection with his study of the eye. In the eleven years of the Nobel feainelatlen the prizes have been awarded to sixty Individuals and to I v. o pi in r socio! ii v iinh two of the sixty have bOOO Americans. A prize In physios was awarded to A. A MUh elson (f tho I'niversity of hl(iige, a Herman by birth, and one of the peace prizes wont to President RixntovHt for his services In promo4lng eioe le rgoeg Russia and Japan Bo far no Other American has iwv-n roognlaed as worthy of the distinguished heenor. SAViNG FOR THE STATE. Lagatng, Mich., lec. 8.--1ov. Osborn has gfapohttod C. H. ellhsem of Oreen v lib. ns nOnshOf of tbe board ecf cn tred of the- I.nla hospital for the In sane, ti. succeed James W. Kcttvnap. eU-easc-d. After a conference with the gover nor it wa decldoel to reduce the rate of maintenance for featlenta from 49 le. 47 ceti's, winch will result in a sav ing to the stale during th course of a e'nr. Will CLEAN OUT THE DYNAMITERS Federal Grand Jury Continues Its Session at Los Angeles Today MANY WITNESSES SUBPOENAED Will Endeavor to Get to Bottom of Alleged Conspiracy McManimal Continued on Stand Today. Rep. Buchanan Replies to Burns' Statement. Ix8 Angeles, Dec. 8. To clean up the Pacific coast of dynamiters and their "ympathizers. seems to be the special object of the present Federal grand jury. jj In line with this work. United States deputy marshals are starching for one hundred and twenty-eight witnesses subpoenaed to appear before the grand Jury of that body's second day of In vestigation lntei the sources of the al leged natlon-wldo dynamite con spiracy. OkTtlOi Me Manlgul, who confessed to niany dynamltlngs. occupied the entire time of that body yesterday telling his story, and likely will be recalled to day. It Is asserted by a detective who worked on the case that J. R. McNa mara superintended the placing of the bombs at the hemies of General Otis, proprietor of the Los Angeles Times, and Felix Zeohandler. secretary of the Merchants' and Manufacturers' asso ciation. He and his brother are still In Jail iere. The time of their depart ure for San Quentin may be decided today. The story of McManigal will be of great value to the government Inves tigators and the state will not try him on the indictment against him until the Federal authorities ate- through. EJven then, lt Is stated em good authority. District Attorney Fredericks will rec- eimmend his discharge on account of signal service rendered. "McManigal never killed anybody: In fact he took good care never to en danger human life," remarked Assist ant District Attorney Ford. Buchanan Replies te Burns. Washington. Dec. 8. Representative Huchanan of Illinois, former president of tho Bridge and Structural Iron Workers' union, whose name was link ed with the McNamara case In an interview attributed to Detective Harris declared today he did not consider the lmputatiems against him serious. Rurns was quoted as saying Bucha nan could shed light on the dynamiting conspiracy charged against labor. Buchanan said he had not been pres ident of the union for six years, nnd that h" has had personal differences with the present administration of the union. "I was deceived by John J. McNa mara, In whom I had oonfblenoe when I was president," Buchanan said. No Friction Ssys Ryan. Tndlanapolls. Ind.. Dec 8. There's not a word of truth In the reports of f-"trn between Oompers or other of ficials) of the American Federation of Labor and myself," said President Ryan of the International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Work ers, who arrived here today from Washington. Asked whv he had not signed the statement issued by the federation of labor officials In denunciation of the MoNtimera brothers In Washington yesterday. Ryan replied that he had taken very little trt In the- conferen.-e because ef the press of other business. He refused to add to his first state ment In regard to the outcome of the MoN.nnara cases. He would not say whethe r he knew of the detail-' of MV- Contlnued on Page Six. mainFblown" up from the outside! Washington, Dec. 8. The battleship Maine was blown up In Havana harbor from the outside. This Is the gist of a statement Issued by the navy de partment today, based on the finding of the board Investigating the wreca. REJECTS LOCAL OPTION. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 8. Local option as a pAlltleal Issue In Georgia received anevther setback In the gubernatorial primary in this state yesterday. In tbe defeat of Judge R. B. Russell, the local optlen candidate. Returns show the nomination of ex-Governor Joseph M. Brow n. MISS BELL AGAIN LEADS. Miss Bessie Bell resumed her lead In the diamond ring popularity contest or the Young Men's Popular club nt l.aiirium. when the veites were counted today Following Is the standing of the candidates: Miss Bessie Bell J.701. Mlas Elsie Brlckaon 2.140.