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The Omaha Daily Bee
PAGES OXE TO TEH.
VOL XLJ-XO. 3U0.
OMAHA. SATURDAY MORNING, JDXK 1. WI2-TWEXTY PAGES.
SIXtJLE COPY. WO CENTS.
SEX ATE -PASSES
p rinciple Extended to Contract
Involving Labor oh Govern
I0NO DEMANDED BY UNIONS
Bailey and Sander Talk Against
Measure Before Action..
PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS
Five Dollars Fine Each Time Law
NEGATIVE ARGUMENTS BRIEF
rtleaa Made Gewranaeat Has
-Mo Rlaht te Rntrict Personal
Rlchta aad Private Cmhih
Waal Be Hindered.
WASHINGTON. May .XLBy a vou of
i to 11 tha enet today pawed the house
bill extending tha eight-hour principle
to contracts involving labor on govern
ment work. Tha negative votas wars
cast by Senators Bradley, Dillingham,
Dupont. Galllnger, Heyburn. Oliver. Pace,
Root,. Bandar and Wet more, republicans
and Percy, democrat
Tha measure baa been before tha sen
ate on several occaasione and bad been
fully debated. On this account tha dis
cussion today .wan brief, consisting; of
statementa by Senator Borah, In charts
V of, tha measure and Senator Bailey of
"JJS and Senator Sander of Tennessee.
Hr. Bailey and Mr. Bandera opposed
' tha Mil. the former on the ground that
tha government had no right to reatruct
tha light of any man In the matter of
labor and the latter on tha plea that
private concerns could not continue to
take government work with tha time limit
The principle involved in tha measure
has long been contended for by tha labor
Interest, it provide that every coo-
)raot hereafter adopted for the govern
jwnt requiring tha employment of la
borers or mechanic ehall contain a pro
vision that no laborer or mechardo doing
any part f the work contemplated by
r the contract shall be required or per
mitted to work more than eight hour
on on calendar day. A penalty of te Is
i Imposed for every violation of the pro
owa National Guard
; Will Camp at Iowa
Falls in August
IOWA PALLS, la.. May .- Special. V
The annual encampment of the four regi
ment of the Iowa National Oust will
be held In tail city next August. This
announcement was mad today after a
conference between General Lincoln, Gen
eral Logan, Colonel Allan, Major Cbklla
of the Iowa National Guard and Lieuten
ant Chlpman of tha United State regular
army and member of the Commercial
club. This will mean tb biggest aaaem
hlag ot tha National Guard In Iowa In
years, as It ha been a long time lncs
the four regiment composing the Iowa
brigade have gone Into camp together.
In addition to tha National Guard, which
is composed of tha Fifty-third. Fifty
fourth, Fifty-fifth and Fifty-sixth regi
ments, a squadron of cavalry from the
regular army will march bar from Port
les Moines ana go into camp witn i"e
nllttia. The first aquadron of the Sixth
"nited Rate cavalry baa been detallel
oy tha War department at Washington
to go Into camp bera with the Iowa brl-
gide. It Is estimated at between 1.20V
and 1.500 soldiers will go Into camp he-e
for the tea days.
One of the big events of the camp pro
gram will be the review of the troop by
Governor Carroll and hi staff, while '.
tally program of camp life will offer
diversified entertainment for all who are
not familiar with the duties and aciivi-
Ue of a soldier. Drills, maneuvers, htr-
mttbes. sham battle, athletic confute
and many other Interesting event will
form the routine of each day.
Tha Commercial elub ha been in con
ference with the brigade officers for ev
oral weeks, but the matter was not fl
nally decided until tha abova officers
came her and looked over the camp alt
and maneuver grounds chosen for the en
campment. McCune's Long Lost
Brother is Found
KANSAS CITY. May IL-Plfteen years
of searching for a tost brother ended at
the Helping Hand Institute bera today,
when Mr. J. & Scott found Patrick Mc
Cune. aged .
Met' una formerly Uvea m Des Moinea
He ram bera to visit m sister. Mrs.
Srott. in 18S7. He left her home a tew
eeks later end hsd not been heard from
i nee. Vicissitudes of fortune and pride
made McCune reluctant to ask aid of
relative until he became IB. Threatened
w til death, be gave the Institute authori
ties the name of Mrs. McCon Gill Bride
of Des Moines. Sam her cuter. This led
to the reunion.
M. McCune. a brother, whs bj a
resident at Uraaba. bad aided ta the
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Church Files Suit t
SPRINGFIELD. III.. May Sl.-Proceed-ing
wen instituted today In the Bangs -mon
circuit court by Chester W. Churel
of Chicago to enjoin the republican stns
central committee from certifying the
name of any person other than himself
on the republican ticket for secretary of
Rate. H alleges the state canvassing
board has never canvassed the vote for
secretary of state or Issued a certificate
to the late secretary, J. A. Rose, who re
ceived tha highest number of votoa.
Church himself, he claim, I therefor
the nominee, being tbe only other candi
date in tha primaries. Tha action Is di
rected against member ot both the old
and the new committee. Mr. Church,
however, holds the new committee has
no legal existence., a the names of It.
member have never been certified by tbe
stats osnvssslng board as being elected
An injunction If granted will be served
en the new Stat central committee when
It meet here tomorrow to declare a va
cancy on the ticket for the office of sec
retary of state and to nam a person to
fill the vacancy.
Inquiry to Be Made
Into Eise in Price
of Anthracite Coal
NEW TORK. May S.-Tha committee
of the Merchant' association to in
vestigate tha advance In the price of
domestic hard coal is to begin Its work
next week and several operator. It I
expected, will be asked to come to the
bearing and answer questions Coal
dealers also will be requested to appear.
This I the first time thst the coal
trade has undergone an Investigation of
this kind. Henry R. Town, president of
the association, said that while the com
mittee hsd no power to compel the at
tendance of the operator It was hardly
likely that they would refuse to testify.
Mr. Town said:
"W are not going off at half cock In
this matter. It I the public' right to
know everything about the case.
'The price of anthraclts ha been in
creasing sine 1803 and now a cent a
ton 1 added, ' ostensibly because the
wages of the miner have been Increased
a little more than I per cent New York,
which, on account of the anti-smoke
ordinance, bus to. burn anthracite, la
particularly Interested In the matter."
; Grand Jury Will Be
: vCalled for1 Chicago
CHICAGO. May J1.-A pedal federal
grand Jury waa ordered today for June
l by Uplted Bute District Judge Car
penter. Federal 'official' were- silent oa
tha reason for aummooing the Juror and
would neither affirm nor deny the new
Jury would be asked, to investigate the
testimony of witnesses in the recant
Oliver E. Pagan, special assistant ta
Attorney General Wlckeraham, recently
reviewed a transcript ot ths witnesses
In tha packers' trial and compared their
statements on the stand with what they
told the grand Jury which returned the
indictments charging the ten Chicago
packers with violation of tha Sherman
It was generally believed la the federal
building that the grand Jury would eon
alder the result of Mr. Pagan t investi
gation. Stone Will Case
AURORA. 111.. May SL-Th suit of
Walter D. Crosmsn of Aurora, a nephew,
to break tha will of the late Mrs. Blmira
Stone, widow of the late C. P. Stone,
former mayor of Seattle, ha keen set
tled by a payment ot SlW.OOO to C roe man
and a like amount to a Chicago niece
of Mrs. Stone, by Mrs. Florence Mo
Pherran of Pasadena, Cat., the chief
beneficiary under tbe will. Undue in
fluence was the charge made by the
plaintiffs ,n the suit, which was filed at
Seattle last fall. Mayor Stone waa a son
of John C. Ston of Aurora. The estate
be left bis widow was worth about S500,
0. Last Wild Man
of Borneo is Dead
BOSTON, May XL-PluUno. the Ian of
the famous paid pair of "wild men of
Borneo." died at the horn ot Mr. H. A.
Warner la Waltham today. Piutano I
believed to have been about R year old
and with his brother, Wano, who died
In UK, had traveled all over tha world.
Piutano and Wano war brought to
New York In th early 'to and were
said to havs been captured oa the is Land
of Borneo. Sine 1857 th "wild men"
had been hi the car of Captain H. A.
Warner or bla relatives. It waa not pee-
Ibi to teach ths tittle men to
READING FRANCHISE MAY
GO TO INDIANAPOLIS
READING. Pa., May JL The last
United State league ball gam la this
city has been played. Cincinnati Is sched
uled to play here tomorrow, but Hugh
McKlnnon. ths manager of tha Red, waa
disappointed with th email audience o'
Memoru" day and will take his team
bom tonight It 1 claimed that tha cir
cuit will be rearranged and that only
western cities will be in the organisation
I niina polls. It Is claimed.' will get the
Reading franchise. Local players havi
signed with team ta organised leagues
rrlAN'S NECK BROKEN
WHEN AUTO UPSETS
ROCKFORD. III-. May tl.-Charle
Wllles' neck was broken and Ma motber.
Mrs. Cos ties Schermerhorn, was severely
injured when their automoblla tames
turtle Bear Hoteomb today. Mr. and Mra I
Ernest Lacs and Mia Nora DrtacoU wen
DIXON IS STILL
Roosevelt' Campaign Manager May
Appeal to the Republican Ra
ITJ2 THEE STATEMENT BY KEW
Say Ticket Were Not Asked for
Kootevelt'i Pergonal Use.
COMMITTEE STANDS BY HIM
Eat Telegrams from Member Ap
proving' Hit Position.
COLONEL WILL NOT ATTEND
Fwrsser President taya He Will Stay
Away traas Convention If
He Dees Sat Change
CHICAGO. May Xl.-Senator Joseph M.
Dixon, campaign manager for Colonel
Rooaavelt. may take his demand for S50
ticket to the republican national conven
tion before th national committee of
th party when that body meet In Chi
cago June a
This course waa Indicated today when
It became known that member of th
national committee had received tele
gram from Senator Dixon protesting
against the action ot Chairman New ot
ths subcommittee on arrangements for
tha convention. In refusing the tickets
Colonel New Issued a statement In
which ha explained that the request ot
Senator Dixon waa for ticket for th
use of the Roosevelt national commute
and not for the personal use of Colonel
Roosevelt, and that ths demand waa
refused the same as wer th application
teoelved from the manager of othor
Telegram frasa Dlsaa.'
Mr. New made public th telegram re
ceived from Senator Dixon in support ot
hi contention which read aa follows:
"We havs received no notification ot
any allotment of tickets to Roosevelt
national committee. W are almply over
whelmed with application from repub
lican tate leaders throughout the coun
try, who have equitable claim tor tick
et ot admisaion.
"I believe . under the clrcumstancee
you will sgTee with me that w should
have an allotment of at least 230 ticket
for admission. I nave delayed writing
you regarding th matter under tha ap
prehension that committee on arrange
ment would make th allotment to the
Boosevelt organisation without formal
application, but we understand this morn
ing that no action ha bean taken. Am
wiring Fred Upham and Victor Rose
water also, (Signed.)
JOSEPH M. DIXON. "
Celonel Mew ha reoelved telegrams
from a number at members ot th na
tional committee pledging their, lupport
In any disposition he may mak ot th
convention ticket controveny.
Will Not U Chicago.
NEW YORK. May a.-Ex-Prssldent
Rooaevslt aald today th reports that he
Intended tq go to th Chicago convention
"Pur fake." aald Colonel Roosevelt.
"Ot course I may alter my plana, but at
present I have not any intention of going
Th suggestion of a compromise be-
tween the Tsft and the Roosevelt force i
at th Ohio tat convention, "which I to
elect six dlegatee-atlarg to th Chi
cago convention next Tuesday, was de
nounced today by Colonel Roosevelt. Th
colonel sent this telegram to Walter P.
Brown, hi Ohio manager, at Columbus:
"I bav Just aeen the telegram cent by
Mr. Taft to Mr. Vory about a compro
mise la Ohio. Until I saw thi telegram
I had never beard a suggestion that there
should be ny compromise, and 1 of
course assumed thst any such suggestion
cam from ths Taft force. In the Brit
place, I would not consent to a compru
mlse .anyhow, and In th next place we
carried Ohio by over VX on the popular
"Any attempt to give Mr. Taft a Single
delegate-at-large would mean to sanction
a deliberate effort to defraud the people
and by a trick to nullity their expi eased
will. Mr. Taft ha in morals an 1 equity
no claima whatever to a iingl dulrgate-at-large
from Ohio, and any attempt te
eecure him so much a one dele tat vat
large a committing an act f trea:tury
to tha people, and any man who condone
or approve auch act la condoning and
Illlaola Men Earoate.
Colonel Chauncey Dewey, Itoowvelt
manager in Illinois, and Meiilll Mccor
mick ot Chicago, ena ot th leader of
the Roosevelt campaign, ca.ne ;o New
York today to confer with Colon! Hojee
velt. Both Mr. Dewey and Mr. McCor
nick aald that there was ne truth In re
port of serious dissension among th
Illinois delegate elected fer Colonel
Roosevelt Mr. McCormlck eaid that some
of tha delegates had jxpreased a wish
to see the colonel befor the convention
and that h had Invited t .cm all to vlnit
him at Oyster Bay. Maty of tbem, he
continued, were unable to make the trip.
and ha aald that titer wtwid oe almut a
doen la th delegation, which is to reach
REAL SON OF AMERICAN
REVOLUTION IS DEAD
GALENA. III.. May si-Andrew Per
rault. a real "eon of the American revo
lution." died her todey. aged 11 yean.
Hia father enlisted in Washington's army
when only M yean. 14.
The National Capital
Friday, May SI, 112.
Met at noon and considered conference
report on agriculture appropriation day.
(ilfford Flnrhol and Delegate Wtcker
shant before committee advorate passage
of house bill cresting a legislative as
sembly in Alaska
Met at 1! a. m. and began consideration
tt mllKry academy appropriation bill.
J-jtciary committee reeumed Its Inquiry
Into charges against Jelge Arabbaid.
considering his connection with negoris
ttoa with Guard estate for culm baak.
Blaia with your serried column. 1 will not bnd the knee!
Tour shackle, no or again (ball bind tbe arm tbat once $ free:
Prom th Cleveland Plain Dealer.
APPOINTEES ARE APPROYED
City Council Divide General Pur
pose Fundi and Creates Other.
LICENSE INSPECTOR IS NAKED
A. C. Taylor Baperlateadrat af tiaa
Llahtlaa K. T. Peteraaa ta
Chief Clerk la Kaglaeer
Department. Appointment of city official wer p
proved by tb council in session yesterday
morning. Th general purpose fund waa
divided, new funds being Created end
old one abolished. Transfer of am II
amount of m n from on fund to an
other were mad, but the principal fund
will remain tha aama Funds known
th salary f itd of each eouilktonr
Pew Chang In the original list ot ap
pointees war inane. Dick bchneiikr, li
cense tnspMter. I replaced ay Davit Her
kwtu, formerly a meat menhant. John
MathJeaen will remain assist uu J ,tha
license Inspector' office, ' A. C. Taylor
was appointed anpsrlntendent of gss
lighting, taking th pises of O. A. oott.
Richard Qrott waa placed at the head
of a new d apartment known as th elty
purchasing department. He waa given a
alary of tt.M per year. Daaa Gregg,
appointed to a vacant seat on tha council
from tha Twelfth ward, waa made aa
a latent to Qrott at a salary of Sl.bOs.
Employes Snowden. Hemlng and Dubbs
ot th engineering department war lei
Additional fund wer created as fol
low: Salary auperlntendent of public
affairs' fund, 2.ls.O; each ot th other
councilman waa given a similar fund
amounting to tZ.&S; city chemist fund.
CMS; purchasing depsrtment fund, W,MI O.
Dedawtlaaul Are Mad.
Deductions from fund were mad aa
follow: Mayor' office fund. Il.tTi.M;
gas commladonar'B fund, tl.K I7: police
department. M.7l; city veterinarian,
teSI.M; building inspector, K7I.M: elec
trical Inspector, engineering de
partment, tt.tn.M. Ths old city council
fund, mounting to lio.intu. wa
To fund already existing the following
amount wer added: Weight and meas
ure a ktlS.8; city elark. tM; legal depart
ment. S2.lM.tt; city hall maintenance,
PM: election expense fund, S2.VM; como
troller's office. MOOD; health department,
S.6i.Sl; fire department. S10; plumbing
Inspector, I1TS; park board, S1S it Oth.r
department war left untouched.
Among tha appointment ratified were:
Jo B. Hummel. James Schneiderwtnd.
George Holmes, city appraisers In de
partment af park nd nubile property;
W. R. Adama. salary of few per year:
J. W. McDonald, salary of I1.M0. W. P.
Chamber waa made deputy comptroller
at S1,M per year. Salaries of Corpora
tion Counsel Baker and City Attorney
Rlne will be S3.00 per year.
B. T. Peterson will be chief clerk la
th engineering department at a salary
of .. II. M. Mllbtirn will be city
chemist, salary tl,M; John Dennisoa.
chief inspector Sidewalk!, SUM; John N.
Cualck, general Inspector sewer and pav
ing. SLaM; Joel Johnson, bookkeeper, Ul
Ta Give Bands Satarday.
All of fid 1 who !- bond bav been
Instructed to appear at the city ball to
morrow morning at I o'clock and b
worn In. John A. Rlne sa city attorney
and Joseph Butler, tb new gas commis
sioner, submitted their bonds and th
council approved them.
A deed to four lot at land in O'Nail
addition, near Thirtieth and Burt, to b
used for extension of the boulevard, was
eubmltted from Bishop Richard Scanner
Commissioner BotJcr of ths department
af accounts and. finances waa Instructed
to bring a report of ta condition of th
lighting fund. Tha order cam cot of a
resolution by the near or to havs a light
placed at th east entrance to Haaacoa
FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY
DAVENPORT, la. May Tl -.Harry
King, a anion button worker t LeClatra,
la., wa shot and probably fatally
wounded early today by Otto Bergs us, a
nonunion worker. King I ia a local hos
pital m a critical condltlm. Berghau
was arrested. Tha strike In Muscatine.
which resulted ta th removal of on of
th button factories ts LtClaira, aald
ta bava bean th Indirect aaoso of th
trotiM ketweea tho tw men.
Mayor Convicted of
Arson Must Serve
T. PAI L, Minn.. My 11. -Th Min
nesota supreme court today sustained
the conviction of Dr. D. P. Duma,
former mayor of Cans Ik. Mich..
charged allh planning th blowing up
of the pustnffire est st Popoeky. In
Jim. lll. II was found guilty of at
tempted arson in the third degre In the
Beltrami county district fourt. Th
penalty la Imprisonment not to txceed
three and one-half years.
Dr. Duniss' defense wa that ven If
II the slate coiusntions wer true. h
was not guilty of attempted arson, be
cause th act of burning th Popoaky
store and robbing the sals was not com
W, L. PARK VISITS IN OMAHA
Vict President of Illinoii Central
Inspect the luminals.
PRESIDENT HASKHAX HESE, TOO
Offlrlal Declare Their Read ta Cast
ing Oat freaa th Plaod lta
lion Marh Better lhaa
They r: I peeled.
Prealdent Markhaui and Vice President
Park of th Illinois Central spent a
couple of hour In Omshs Thursday sft
rnoon. coming from a trip of Inspection
over the southern end western line.
Prom her President Msrkhsm returned
to Chicago and Vice President Psrk went
out to North Plstte, his old horse.
While In Omaha the lllinli I'intial
official automoblled to th East Oiib.i
bridge and through the terminal ground.
The road, they raid, waa cinim, out
from under th southern flod In much
better condition then was anlk luited.
Relstlvs to th freight ns.illerj' ttrlke
In Chlcsgo. they said that It la prut ti
dal ly over and that freight I moving
aio.ig in good shape, making the usual
Negotiated for the
Girard Culm Bank
WASHINGTON. May SI. -Judge llobeit
W. Archbald a negotiation with the
Girard eatate of Philadelphia for culm
banks op the Lehigh Valley railroad were
considered at today meeting ot the
house Judiciary bearing charges against
Superintendent George K. Kirkpatrlck
of the Oirsrd eststs described th Irene
actions H read from Ma file Isttcrj
honing thst Judge Archbald and three
partner applied to James Archbald, Jr..
engineer of the estate at Pottsvrli. P
to leas the culm bank of the Ulranl
mine being operated by th Lehigh Coai
company. Jame Archbald. Jr.. I a
nephew of th commerce court Judge,
In addltloa to latter to the Judge th
witness described hi personal applies.
Uon for th lease. Th bank Was not
Debate on Lorimer
Case Will Last
About Two Weeks
WASHINGTON. May i.-8nator Kern
of Indiana, acting for th minority who
Impeach the election of Senator Lorimer,
announced today that when th Lorimer
ease wa brought up In th senate Mon
day ha would let It go over until Tim
day. Then the Indiana senator will cpea
what ho bel levee will b a two weak
discuss! onVr. Kern said ae would keep
tb case constantly befor tb. senate
until n wa acted upon.
Senator Lorimer ha not pronriaad whan
he will reach Washington, but hi friends
In ths senat aald today that h would be
her early next week.
Four Are Drowned .
Near Hannibal, Mo.
HANNIBAL. Mo., May Jk-O. T. Kirt-
ley. hi wife, daughter and Crandall King
ware drowned today when a skiff la
which they war crossing the Mississippi
rtvar eapatsed. Klrtlay owned a printing
offic and King waa high school grad-
POLITICAL DEBATE IN HOUSE
Members Discuss Responsibility for
8TEENESS0N ASKS ITS REPEAL
Harwwlrk t emp res Raasevelt's Re
call of fwtsloa with Rrraa'a
rrltlrlesxa af larorn Ts
WASHINGTON. May Jl.-Reaponaibllitv
for Canadian reciprocity was debated In
th houae today during consideration of
th mllliiry academy appropriation bill.
Repretentallv Dharkeltord f Missouri,
damocrst, merted thst th reciprocity
bill, reped ot hieh placed na
th house metal tariff revision bill by
the senate, waa th work of President
Taft and "a former president." Repre
sentative Prince of Illinois, a republican,
retorted that the democratic speaker of
the house waa a bedfellow ot "resident
Tsft en thg queatlnn.
Mr. Prince insisted th peopl would
hold .th demoerst responsible. Repre
sentative Lloyd backed Mr. ahfckleford
in reiterating that PrMdenl Tsft "fain
ertd the messur upon the gdvlc of a
x-pteildent." , .
Mr. Prince then spoke eulogmically af
Colonel Roosevelt and Reprentatlv
Hsrdalrk of Georgia chlded him for com
Ing out t uch a lata date tor th col
"He I th only wild man la the country
h has advocated th recall of Judicial
declalona." asaerted Mr. HerdwKk.
"To whom Is the gentleman referring
th governor of New Jersey?" asked
Representative Good of Iowa.
' Roosevelt and Bryan.
"No. tn Colonel Roosevelt, who d
nounced Bryan sa a onal1t becauee It
ctltictaed th Income tag derision, and
now wants tb recall all decision," re
piled Mr. Hardwlrk. The Georgia con
gressman added a prediction that Colonel
Roosevelt would b nominated and d
felled at th polls.
''Missouri will cast 11 vet for him,''
Interjected Repretentallv Dyer of Mis
souri. "Not' unles th republican Import
more 'nigger' ' than they did two yean
ago." shouted Representative Booher of
the tame stst. '
Representative Steenerson of Minnesota
presented a petition signed by Jl.?
"farmer who farm" asking for th re
peal of the reciprocity bill, lest Canada
at some time accept tta terms. I
Representative Good of Iowa requested
It b passed over to th democratic mem
bers to sign.
"Better send It to' President Tsft," said
Represents tlv Lobeck of Nebraska.
Representative Gudger of North Caro
ling wanted to know If the petition w si
signed "before or ' after Colonel Rooee
velt changed hi mind."
Mr. fteenrriibn ssld he waa very proud
Colonel Roosevelt had changed hi mini
and only wished th democrat would do
. Law is Invalid
RT. PAl'U May tl.-Th law pasted at
the last session Of th leglilatur pro
hibiting th coloring of "oleo" to make
it resemble butter waa declared uncon
etltutional today by the state supreme
court. " ' '
In Its decision the supreme court ssld:
The motive of coloring Is plain. Tlw
consumer .will not; bay . the lighter cot
ored article. There can. however, be no
Intent to deceive th purchaser, aa th
law concerning I be I I ftrily complied
Th case was fought by a Chicago pack
ing firm. . j.j
LAND OFFICERS ARE
; NAMED FOR NEW MEXICO
(WABHINrrrON, atsy tX-Prs4dent Tart
today Mat to th senate gosslnatkm for
most of the principal Ssderal officer n
Th following r receivers of land
offices: '. B.f C. Hcrasnde. 8nta Pe;
Manuel Martinet, Clayton; E. H Satassr.
Fort Sumner: Harold Hurd, Roseweli;
Nsisrlo r. Gallejo. Tuscomsrl.
Register of land office will be: Charles
C. Henry. Port Sumner: Cbsrle U Hunt.
Clayton; Joseph C. . Ttllotaon. Roseweli:
Manuel R. Otero. Bants Pe; Royal A
Preatica, Tosoomart, and postntaater.
Joba Pluger at Santa P and V. R Mav
NEW YORK FACES
Every Union Kan in Hotels and
Bestaurautt, with Cooks, Kay
TWO THOUSAND AEE NOW OUT f
Famous Dining Places Have Few
Men to Serve Patrons,
NEGSOES ASE BEIXG IMPORTED
One Tboutand from South ia Readi
ness for Walkout
WANT RECOGNITION OF UNION
Lessrc-a Say t aless Deaaaads far
eronaltlna af laloa Arc Casa
plled With Mara Will B
NEW TORK. May IL-Ner Tork face
a possible strike of every union waltir
and cook In th city. Two thousand wait-'
er from a dtten famous hotela and res
taurants ar now on strike and unles
they win Jh.lt fight for higher wages, .
thorter hours and recognition of their '
union, within twenty-four hour, their
leadens have proniiatd to order a beneral
This order, according to Edward Bloch
linger, financial aecreiary of tha workers'
union, would call from taeir place cook
and waiter In every hotel not already
affected and "quick lunch" establish
meats serving food at popular prices.
Approximately l.M negroe era In
readiness to be brought Into th elty from
southern point to break th strike, th'
principal hotel manager aay. Th negroes
bare keen recruited. It hi aald, from hotel
and ' employment agencle In Florida,
Baltimore, Washington, Richmond. 81.
Louis and other outhra dtlea. At the
Plata hotel, where th waiter quit last
night, negroes have taken up their work.
. Moat of th demand of th strikers
hsv been granted by th hotel men. but
th recognition of tha union ha been re-;
Walters at tha Marl Antoinette and ,
Great Northern hotel Joined th (trtk
Five Handred Mora alt,
I'nlon Walton, cook nd kitchen help
ers from five nor issdlng hotslg and
club Joined the atrlk at lunch time and -swelled
the striker' rank to SJMi At'
Sherry', th Calumet club and th Hotel
Seville cooks and waiters Mi dining'
rooms filled with luncheon gusst. Strike
breaker. ' held In reservs. took their
place. There waa no disorder ther or
at th Hotel Mart Anlolnatt and Great
Northern, wher waiters walked out soon
after patron had Mated themselves at
the breakfast labia.
Ther waa not a corporal' t guard of
antoa Walters working today at tha
Hotela Plata, Astor. St, Regis, Waldorf
Astoria, Knickerbocker, Rector. Belmont, .
Ootham. Imperial, Prlnos Goorg. Br-'
la or lit Holland turns, strike have
been declared ia all these wiabllshmenta
and other during th last f-irry-elght
hour, but In non ef them, th man
agers asaerted, ha the eervlce besn more
than temporarily- Impaired. Patron at
all of tbem war served by nonunion'
Many cook Joined Ui strikers today.
At tha headquarter of th union It wa
said that tha chambermaids In ssvaral 1
hold wer alao preparing to walk out.
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS !
IS HUNTNQ ITS OWNER
AVRORA. III.. May U.-An eastern Ufa
tntursnc company has 15.000 of which it -would
be rid and ha com to Aurora In i
th bop of finding soma On who can
take th money without qualm of con-'
The SS.0O0 I the fac value of a paid ,
up endowment poller taken out by one
Ellas B. Baldwin of Aurora in lhiS. Pre-'
mluma wer kept up until th required
mount wa paid In and then all trace
of Baldwin and hi family wa loet. Aa
nothing has been beard of them tb com
pany sasume that Baldwin has died and '
the money await hi heir.
Baldwin wa a merchant; according te
th policy, his wits. Julia C. Baldwin. '
wsa tha beneficiary. The application gave
Newton 8. Otla, a a friend and th agent '
who wrote the Insurance policy aa Otl
E. Otl. Bamuel F. Hence was th mod-'
lesi examiner. 1
AVIATOR IS LOST IN
ALB1A, te.. May St-Dieser Mason, aa
aviator, who started from Albla tor a
flight to Burlington last night, had not
been heard from at noon today and hi
friends fear he might bav met an aoci- 1
Mean wa hut seen flying over Cuba.
eleven mile east ot here, shortly after ,
h left the hangar, hut wa lost track
of after leaving that place- He started
hk flight at l: o'clock. I
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