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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1908.
CIMARRON CITIZEN, CIMARRON, NEW MEXICO. PACE FIVE MANUFACTURERS ARE IN SESSION "Ne-York, May 18. Captains of in dustry and kHgs of finance from all over the. ianü arc amone: the dele Kates to the thirteenth r.nnuai con vention oí the National Association of Manufacturers, opened in New York today. The session will' last three .ays and will close Wednesday evening with the usual banquet at the Walt'ori-Astoria. Many vital ques tions, including the relations between capital ' nr! labor, currency reform, banking measures, the tariff and trade conditions, will occupy the at tention of the convention and will be discussed by many able speakers. Jt is expected that the convention will reach a decision on the subject of a tariff commission, to be com posed of experts and practical busi ness men who will thoroughly exam ine the existing schedules with a view to (he continuance of " adequate pro, tection of American industry without unjust discrimination. The delegates will also probe the subject of the recent financial crisis ami its causes and results. The "ler us alone" movement which has re cently spread among the country's commercial inteersts has many ad herents among the delegates to the convention. Coming as it docs on the eve of a national campaign and following a period of financial and commercial depression, the present convention will likely be the most important in the history of the organization. 1 lie iational Association of Man- inifractnrers is the most important in fiuustrial body of the United States and its membership represents hun dreds, of important concerns, with an BASE BALL RESULTS Western League. At Lincoln Lincoln 5, Pueblo 4- At Des Denver 1. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O SPORTING CALENDAR FOR O O THE WEEK O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Moines Des Moines 4,1 New York, May 18. Among the iiniiri-t.-mt nctrlmnr prMite nn tile ral- At Omaha Omaha 4, Sioux City 1. , f , . , , nllnw. ing: Tuesday. Society race meet of Pennsylvania Breeders' and Racing association opens at Philadelphia. Wednesday. Long Island Tennis championship opens in Brooklyn. Entries close for second Interna tional Horse Show in London. College baseball: Andover at Har- National League. At Pittsburg Fittsburg 2, Philadel phia o. At St. Louis St. Louis I, Boston 9. At Cincinnati Cincinnati o, New York 5. Chicago-Brooklyn game postponed, rain. , American League. At Boston Boston 3. Cleveland o. vard; Amherst at Yale; Pennsylvania At Washington Washington 5, Chicago o. ' , At Philadelphia Philadelphia 12, St Lpuis 10. At New York New York 6, De troit 11. College Game. At Fort Collins State Agricultural irnialu College 4. State University 1. at Princeton; Michigan at Cornell; ColuiYibia at Fordham; Lafayette at Annapolis; Weslcyan at West Point; Holy Cross at Trinity; Brown at Williams. Thursday. International golf match between Arnaud Massy and ames Braid in invested capital dollars. nf manv billions of HAYWOOD SENDS ALL TO PERDITION Chicago, May iS. "To hell with :.he-courts. To hell with the injunc tions, and to hell with the judges who grant them.'' With these words, William 1J. Hay wood, deposed secretary of the W est ern Federation of Miners, closed an inflammatory address Saturday night before 3,000 Socialists in Orchestra hall, says the Chicago Tribune. The meeting was called to, ratify the nomination of F.ugeue V. Debs, as the party's candidate for .president. Having failed to expend the full force of his vitriolic denunciation up on such representatives of the hated "capitalistic class'1 as he mentioned, Haywood rottndly denounced the leaders of the trades union move ment. Samuel Gompers. president of the American Federation of Labor, and John Mitchell, former president of the miners' national organization, came in for their share of criticism. Likrwine did many other friends of union labor who have failed to em brace, the cause of Socialism. CRIPPLE CREEK AGAIN LOSES TO TRINIDAD TEAM Trinidad, Colo., (Special) May 19. Trinidad' defeated Cripple Creek in the second game of the series here Sunday afternoon by a score of 4 t I Rowing 1. 1 he game was characterized by clever fielding on both sides but es pecially on the part of the locals. A crowd of 1,400 people witnessed the game, attracted by the perfect weath er and a chance to see Metz, the star pitcher of the ,'ioov team, in the box for Cripple Creek. The big pitcher went to pieces however, in the third inning when he wrenched a muscle in his arm. A bunch of hits and a number of pass es let in two run's and Metz went to the bench with the bases full, two men out. two strikes and three balls on the batter. Chevalier, who suc ceeded him, passed the batter, forcing a run. but from then on pitched an excellent game. trinidad secured one more run in he second inning when tirmdlc was assed and scored on two singles.. Score by innings: frinidad 00300001 4 Cripple Creek o t 0000000 I Summarv: Stolen bases, Kroel, Craig; two-base hit, Johnson; base given tor hitting batter by Buckets, Johnson. Gibbf. Shaw. Kroel; passed balls, Bricrly; struck out, by Honska 4. bv Metz i. by Chevalier 3; liase on balls, bv Metz 6. bv Chevalier I, by Honska 4. Time ot game, 1 :4o. Attendance, 1,400. Umpire, Bennett. Dual boat race on the Schuylkill between Pennsylvania and New Y'ork university. Opening of Baltimore horse show. Friday. Automobile racing meet opens in Pittsburg, Pa. Satuurday. Sixth annual regatta of American association 011 Schuylkill river at I lnladclphia. . Racing meet of Ontario Jockey club opens at loronto. Important track and field meets at Kansas City, Mo., La Crosse, Wis., and Brooklinc, Mass. College baseball: Harvard at Princeton; Cornell at Pennsylvania; Columbia at West Point; West Vir ginia at .Annapolis; weslcyan at Williams; Yale at Holy Cross: Se- wance at Vamlerbilt; Washington university at Missouiiri. WOMEN IN PEACE MEETING Philadelphia, May i3. This was woman's day at the Pennsylvania Ar bitration and Peace' Conference, in session at Horticultural hall. Mrs. Mary Wright Sewall, Mrs. Sarah Yorke Stevenson and other women of national prominence delivered ad dresses in which they eulogized the coming reign of world wide peace. At the sessions this afternoon ad dresses were made by Senator Knox, General Horace T. Porter and Su preme Court Justice Brewer, i he legal aspects of arbitration were con sidered at a bench and bar meeting this afternoon. At all the meetings today there were special references to the anniversary of the opening of The Hague tribunal for the arbitra tion of international disputes, on May 18, 1800. CORPSE OF COLLEGE GIRL FOUND FLOATING IN CANAL Princeton, N. J,, May 18 The body LONG SENTENCE FOR ANTONE CAPANETTI Trinidad, Colo., (Special) May !). From ten to twelve years at hard abor in the penitentiary was the sen tence given to Antonc Capanetti yes terday by Judge Henry Hunter, after a motion for a new trial had been denied. Capanetti was convicted of conspiracy to assassinate A. Alexan der, superintendent of the C. F. & I. mine :it Frederick. Frank Ives, of Denver, who confessed to dynamiting the Ae'xander. residence for which Capanetti was to pay him $3, entered a plea ot guilty and win dc sentenced Wednesday. Becauuse Alexander was not killed, Capanetti refused to pay OFFICERS KILL MINER WHO TERRORIZED CAMP Albuquerque, X. M., May 18. L. F. Greer, employed in the mines at Santa Rita Grant county, was shot and instantly killed yesterday by three officers upon whom he opened fire. Greer had been drinking heavily and terrorized the camp, attempting to shoot the proprietress of a board ing house and threatening to kill others. Constable Jose Acosta and Deputy Sheriffs Sargent and Brair went to Greer's tent, where he had barricaded himself, and called upon him to surrender. Greer opened fire, it is said, and all three officers shot at once, each shot taking effect. Greer died instantly. 0 i&OO 0 ii) fo Oxford dotel n Foraace Heat Throtighotrt. Hot and Cold Baths. 6 FIKST CLASS CAFE CONNECTED m I Cbe Oxford Bar... u u ft Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. RENOWNED A. B. C. BEER ON TAP W. 6. KEliSBUen, Proprietor HALLOWAY WILL RECOVER Trinidad, .Colo., (Special) May 19. Information from the sheriff's of- ice at Walscnburg last night stated that S. K. Mallaway, the Huerfano county ranchman who was shot Sat urday by Wm. Simpson, a neighbor, uring a quarrel over a water right. was not so seriously wounded as was it first supposed and is now on the road to recovery. Minpson, who is 11 jail there, alleged that lie shot in sell-delensc as runaway was aixnu to attack him with a shovel. GEO. E. REMLEY CIMARRON, of Miss Vanderbilt, assistant in the the $3 whicK is the reason Ives gives Princeton university library, was found floating in the Raritan canal about halt a mile from the Carnegie lake aqueduct this morninar. for confessing. Capanetti cried aloud When sentenced, but changed to swearing after being removed from the court room. "PEACE DAY" IN EUROPE London. May 18 This is "peace day" in England and on the conti nent, and the proverbial dove, with fluttering wings, is brooding over Europe, while speakers in hundreds of meetings are denouncing war as a relic of barbarism and demanding its instant and eternal abolition as means ofi settling disputes among na tions. Ever since the arbitration tri bunal at The Hague was established nine years ago today this anniver sary has been celebrated by the friends of peace throughout Europe, but today's observance is more gen eral than ever before. Scores of meetings were held in London this afternoon and others are scheduled for this evening. BRYAN TO METHODISTS Baltimore, May 18. William Jen nings Bryan has accepted an invita tion to deliver his well-known lec ture on "The Prince of Peace" be fore the Methodist quadrennial con- baI,d's estate. ference tomorrow evening. MADE EXECUTRIX Trinidad, Colo., (Special) May 10 Mrs. Carmichael, widow of the late Dr. A. K: Carmichael, was yesterday made the executrix of her late hus- DEMENTED PREACHER CUTS WIFE'S THROAT Fairmont, W. Va., May 18. Rev. S. A. Coffman, aged 50 years, a promi nent Methodist Episcopal clergyman, killed his -wife today by cutting her throat. It is believed he is insane. X-RAY SHOWS NEEDLE NEAR TAILOR'S HEART New York, May 18. By the use of X-rays, surgeons in the Harlem hos pital were enabled to locate a needle within a fraction of an inch -of Nich olas Huylcr's heart yesterday, when they performed an operation which saved his life. Huyler, a tailor, 18 years old, fell Thursday while carry ing upstairs a pair of trousers, and a needle entered bis chest. A few hours later he visited the Harlem hospital, but the needle has disappeared and superficial examination failed to dis close it. Yesterday he suffered in tense pain in the region of his heart and, fearing he was going to die, hur ried to the hospital. X-ray were applied and the needle Was seen so close to his heart that, 'had it remained there two hours GRAY CREEK MINER ACCIDENTALLY SHOT BIRTHDAY OF CZAR St. Petersbuurg, May 18. Great re joicing marked the celebration today of the fortieth birthday of fcmpcror Nicholas. Celebrations were held chout the empire. Te Dcums were sung in all churches, w'hich were thronced with worshipers, offering prayers for the czar and Russia. Dec orations of white, blue and red lined all the principal streets. An impcria salute of 131 guns was nred at noon i Krilll.-int court rcccntion will be held at the palace this evening. The Grand Hotel ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NEW MEXICO IÜRYEY MAYNATT ; 11 it II; : Painter and Paperhanger: t : u : i t Sign Painting a Specialty: ' Shop Located in Back of Wilson's Blacksmith Shop Everything Rebuilt and Reiur nished and Now Ready for use. Rent by Day or Week All Outside Rooms HOT BATH COLD Everything Up to Date Rates Reasonable Trinidad, Colo., (Special) May li While lvinir on a bed at his home Grey Creek shortly after noon Sunday, Manuel Griego shot himscll in the right eye with a .2-caliber rifle, the bullet penetrating the brain and causimr almost instant death. The shooting, according to the coro ner, who investigated, was purely ac cidental. Griego- had just . finished his dinner and was lying down. He asked his wife to bring him his rifle as he wanted to see if it was in work ing order, he intending to go shoot inir in the afternoon. He drew back the hammer and while making a fur ther examination he struck the ham mer against the bed, causing the weapon to be discharged. Griego was d7 vears of age and leaves a large family. He was a miner em ployed by the Victor Fuel company. WINES. LIQUORS and CIGARS BONDED WHISKEY a SPECIALTY LEGAL TENDER BAR. HARRY K. GRUBBS. Proprietor FAMOUS BCmVEISER BEEK COOR'S GOLDEN x BEER YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED .'Conner and Charlie . in ice Once there .was a Mayor of New York who from being "in ice" passed . .... . itrri t."- piore, the surgeons say. it would mto political com storage, vvnt im probably" nave penetrated that' organ tory kindly-get up to a practicat rep aid, caused his death, etitton? .. ü. . HENRY STEEN NOTARY PUBLIC and FIRE INSURANCE Ofiice With CIMARRON TOWNSITE CO. 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