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THE HOLBROOK NEWS. HOLBROoK, ARIZONA, MAY 6, 1921.
America's New Cardinal Returns . H art i ' a TOS . ' -.jC" X-.-íW. K I - fi . A 1 Oí i &r . w j jar .... fi His Eminence Dennis Cardinal Dougherty, archbishop of Philadelphia, has returned from Home where he re ceived the red hat from the pope. The illustration shows the procession of automobiles carrying the cardinal anrl the reception committee on the pier in President Harding. Opens the Baseball Season ..iwfliiiv, J!"" mmmm .J ... mm- j. . ...j in jinim u iiiin "" f Yt ' ' " ... . ,ii TO. , - 'r f w w m s-ri -xri w vr-w ÍWWW w President Harding helped open the out the first ball. Manager McBride is They Need Coal; Sign Doesn't Count I v r. . r This photograph shows people in England, during a strike of the coal Joiners, gathering fuel from a colliery culm heap in defiance of he sign for bidding it. Getting Ready for Bombing Tests . The officers and men at the U. S. naval air station, Rockaway Point, Long Island, are busy these days preparing themselves and their equipment for the big test next June, which they hope will prove the airplane more destructive than the battleship. The illustration shows an aviator adjusting the bombing sight on a plane. MUCH IN St. Thomas hospital, London, was founded in 1228. Pineapples sometimes weigh as much as 17 pounds, although the aver age weight is six pounds. Elephants are afraid of mice, and they also have a strong dislike for pifrs. or even, the smell of them. Under the" English law a house holder is liable to a fine of $25 If a mouse is found in his cupboard. Y,w New York, Rodman Wanamaker presenting a bunch of roses to the cardinal league baseball season by attending the game In Washington and tossing here seen shaking the president's hand. "Sí ssscr- íi . - , vil f íes (,.. twv i;- --1 1 ."...'jt-...i.ewííV..É4'p..X' 4Í3t;. LITTLE Australia has hundreds of thousands of acres of virgin forests. The congress is without authority to restrict the President in his power of pardon. The governor of the federal district in which the capital city of Mexico is situated, is a union shoemaker. The Chinese have an Idea that if they are buried In foreign .'ands their souls will wander among strangers. ... íjfia.yxí:- ' vn j&b From Rome i tí assí , !)!ji.;.üjv-: 5:3 $ . ....... ..i. PRINCE VON HATZFELD ic rat && Prince von Hatzfeld, who was charged with mustering the German vote at the recent plebiscite In Upper Silesia, may become the new governor of that province, according to dis patches from Berlin. The prince has been a resident of Silesia since short ly after the armistice. HARDING GOT THE FIRST 7 Jff -V uHUWI KM. iffmeriam Xnlhcran PuWicihj Bureau A letter sent to President Uardins by Theodore H. Lamprecht, president of the American Lutheran publicity bureau. Attached is the first stamp from the first million of the many stamps which will be distributed broadcast to commemorate the 400tc anniversary of the Diet of Worms It was at the Diet of Worms that Martin Luther refused to recant his principles and that he defied the tem poral power of the pope. No Piglets. Dwight was doing his best to entei tain a visitor in the absence of the grownup members of the family. He had been telling him about their little chickens when the visitor asked: "Do you have any little pigs?" "No," replied Dwight gravely. "Wu haven't set any yet." , Has Other Things to Do. "The world owes me a Iivin'," said Jud Tunklns, "but the world' nevei did much sittin' tip nights worryin" about J's debts." f f - rr it l fi X l I I ri A " I . ; ', , 4 ' Ml 500 Idle Ships in James River Problem of Disposal Probably Will Reach Congress Early in the Session. HAVE . VALUABLE MACHINERY Marine Men Say Engines Could Be Taken Out and Installed in Other Vessels Skeleton Crews Have Little to Do. Norfolk, Va. What to do with about 500 wooden and steel ships ly ing idle in James river Is a question that will probably reach the floor of congress within a short time. The wooden ships are mostly an chored in the vicinity of Claremont. There are as many as six moored to gether, side by side, so close that it is possible to step from the deck of one ship to another without any dan ger of falling overboard. Skeleton crews are employed and the only work they are required to do Is to keep the decks and fixtures clean and stand watches. They are called upon some times ' to daub a little paint on the sides of the ships, but five hours out of the day they have nothing to do but play checkers, cards or indulge in any other pastime theysee fit. There Is valuable machinery In the ships that marine men say could be taken our and put to use In other ves sels. Most of the ships are equipped with the best of engines, and the gov ernment, it is claimed, could realize considerable money oui of their sale Shipbuilders say; the engines could be installed in barges that could be used to transport freight between Balti more and Philadelphia and Norfolk via the inland waterway, or In freight carriers operating between New York, Providence, Boston and Norfolk. Constructive Plan Offered. One shipbuilder makes this sugges tion : "Strip the machinery from the wooden ships, then organize a cor poration, or several corporations to build steel hulls or barges on a com paratively inexpensive plan and in stall the engines In them. These barges would be Invaluable for coast wise trade or even for trade with Cuba and could be operated at a cost much less than the' present steamships. "Of course It will take money to put such a plan in operation, but it does not require a large financial outlay. The steel hulls can be built in any one of a half dozen shipyards on Hampton Roads and with the pros pective reduction in the cost of labor and the decrease in the cost of ma terial, competition would be keen for the building of these craft." There is little chance of any of the wooden ships ever being tf any ma terial service again, because only a few of them would be worth the ex pense of repairing of sea trade. A good many of the ships are already beginning to show decay and It would not be surprising if several of them were abandoned altogether within a year or so. It , is the ; opinión of marine men that when the govern ment begins to discard the wooden ships completely they will be blown up with dynamite, as If they were a menace to navigation. The people of Claremont are divided on- the benefit the town has derived by the location of the fleet near that town. The anchorage occupied by the ships is referred to as the "boneyard." "Many go in but none come out" is the way Robert Minter, a veteran river man who has resided near Claremont since a few days after the Civil war, refers to the "boneyard." Last Days of the Monitors. Mlnter's opinion Is shared by oth ers, because all the old inhabitants of Claremont, City Point and other James river landings remember the Lieut. Langdon's Body Brought Home 1 1-w aS1 m rri v, ,7 A f Iminnnn T nnnlnn Vladivostok, being removed from the U. S. A. transport Sherman at San Fran cisco. His 'death caused serious diplomatic exchanges between this country and Japan. MODEL MAID. STEALS JEWELS New York Police Say Pseudo Servant Has Robbed Many Homes In New York and Philadelphia. a . i New York. If "Marie," a capable looking French woman, who offers no recommendations, claiming to be a novice, applies for a position as lady's maid, engage her- and send for the nollce. Seven ct sight families in New York fate of seven monitors that the govern ment decided to discard 25 years ago. Among these monitors were the Cat; skill, Mahopac, Ajax and Caconicus. In their day they were looked upon with the same respect as the present day dreadnaught. They were the back bone of the American navy. There came a day, however, when the government found it a burden to keep these ships in active service, so they were sent up to the James river. For seven years they lay at anchor off City Point. Then they were sent further, up the James river to a point about . five miles below Richmond. There they almost rotted to pieces, and when they began to leak the govern ment ordered them to Norfolk to be thrown on the junk pile. The newest place for 'laying up" idle ships is the York river. This his- r Fake Fire Alarm Brought 44,000-Word Sentence For turning in a false fire alarm, a fourteen-year old boy of Houston, Tex., was sentenced in juvenile court to write 1,000 times before April 21 the follow ing: T realize that It is against the law to turn in a false alarm and understand why. It costs the city a large sum every time fire engines respond to a call. More over, every time there is danger that some one may be hurt." His accomplice got a similar task. Each must write 44,000 words as his punishment. Justice Swift in New Jersey Trials of Bandits and Major Criminals Rushed on the Day -of Arrest IS FOUNDED ON GALVANISM Wheels of Court Move Quickly Famed Not Only for Accuracy and Relentlessness, but for Fair- ' ness and Efficiency. Trenton, N. .. interesting light has been thrown on the operation and speed "of Jersey justice," as a result of recent convictions for murder and other crimes. While misdemeanors and felonies have Increased in New Jersey, as elsewhere in the country in the last year or so, state records show that there have been few disagree ments of juries, and prison sentences have been extended to maximum lim its in order to discourage violations of the law. One feature of New Jersey law that few, If any, of the other states have, and which is said to have - been a prime factor in giving the state its tra ditional reputation for lightninglike court procedure, is a provision that a Jury in a first degree murder trial may designate life imprisonment instead of the death penalty for the convicted person. This has resulted in many quick convictions for life imprison ment where, otherwise, there might have been jury disagreements. Quick Bandit Trials. Cases like that of the Union county bandits, Charles and John Krebs and Martin Shannon, who were sentenced to serve from 56 to 75 years each, and I- 1 ictrt Ki a To t"o nouo CPfltrv flt and Philadelphia would like to see Marie again. The latest on the list is that of David Bandler, vice presi dent of Oppenheim, Collins & Co. Marie was engaged as Mrs. Bandler's maid on March 17. She proved to be a perfect maid. She went out .on 'an In terminable errand three days later, and an hour afterward a ease of Jewelry, valued at $8,000 was missed. The police say a woman answering Marie's description has been operating for five years in houses in New York and Philadelphia. torlc stream, like the James, empties into Hampton Roads, and during the last six weeks at least 100 vessels that came Into Hampton Road3 did not go out again. Instead they steamed slowly up York river and anchored at a point a few miles beyond Hampton. Like their sister ships in the James, they will remain until old Father Time, the tides, fishes and crabs punc ture holes In their bottoms. JOAN OF ARCS ARMOR Joan of Arc's breastplate and sword, from the collection of M. Regnier de Bourbon of Merton, Surrey, England, which are to be sent to America for exhibition. The relics of Saint Joan were exhibited In Westminster Abbey last year where they were kissed by fifteen thousand people. who were tried, convicted and were beginning to serve their sentences within 148 hours of their capture, are occurring daily In New Jersey, the present so-called "crime wave" appar ently furnishing an excellent test for the efficiency of Its courts. "Jersey justice," ramed from Maine to Florida, from the Atlantic to the Pa cific, and even overseas, not only be cause of its speed, its accuracy and its relentlessness, but also because of Its fairness and efficiency, was not estab lished overnight. It is scarcely a tan gible thing. It may be best described as "a state of mind," the people de manding that their law officers be effi cient above- everything else. Thus prosecutors, trrand Juries, judges, petit juries and all other branches of the ad ministration of justice, which lead the criminal to prison and the murderer to the death chair, are just so many wheels and. gears and belts in an al most perfectly working "machine" whose motive power is the people. Tradition has had much to do with making "Jersey justice." Beginning with the early days of the settlement of the state, when many crimes were punishable by death, the Calvlnists brought into east Jersey distinctive views of religious and civil matters which probably were the roots of "Jer sey justice." New Jersey differs in no great re spect from other states as to the gen eral legal procedure for the punish ment of crime. Lynchings and crime against accused persons, however, are rare. Officers of the law, from the highest judges down, are well paid, and every effort Is made to keep politics out of the courts. At present there are more than three-score Ufe pris oners In the state prison here and eight out of every ten coDvlcts are In for long terms. Safeguards for Innocent. While "Jersey Justice" is swift, the innocent are safeguarded through a system of appeals, reprieves and stays, the latter sometimes operating to save convicted persons" from the death chair. The case of Frank P. James and Raymond W. Schuck, convicted of killing David S. Paul, a Camden bank messenger, is an illustration. After their arrest the trials of the murder ers were expedited and the same day they were sentenced -they were In the deathhouse liere "candidates" for the chair. In July, 1904, threé young negroes, Aaron Timbers, William , Austin and Jonas Simms entered the Lome of a farmer named Blddle, near Burlington, bound Mrs. Biddle and attacked her. Within a few days all three were cap tured," tried, convicted and had begun sentences of 49 years each in state prison. "Bill" Framer, p. Camden holdup man. who terrorized women, was re cently captured and tried and con victed the next day. The evening of that day he was on his way to prison to begin a long term. Woman Kills Big Wolf. Grotton, S. D. Mrs. Bert Fetters, a farmer's wife, armed with an ax, won a fight with a large gray wolf here one Sunday, when she cornered the animal in a hog house and killed it. A dog pack had been fatigued when the woman joined the chase. She appears to be about 35 years old. has defective front teeth and walks with a slight limp in the right foot. Gun Trap Set for Thieves Killed Boy. Orrstown, Pa. While playing hide-and-seek with school companions, Abram M. Flora, ten-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Flora, stepped on a string attached to the trigger of a shotgun, set as a trap for grain thieves in the baru of Norman Hoea, and was killed. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuinfi Take Aspirin only as told in each package of genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. 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