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i v Time?- - 3 Yiibl'ilL GOVERN SHOULD TROUSERS BECOME GENERAL? SpMolMtR J TM coni lb tut I PARTIAL VICTORY . I in mv Pars I I - WCA of Tmeatm ) mho I Vit TO TH -' vhop- SUPREME COURT GIVES OPINION IN COAL CASES THAT PLEASES WICKERSHAM. REID SUMMONED fS lw ilfFwPJ' I J BY GRIM fl a JL fo ifvl. jjj. i EMBASSADOR TO THE COURT OF ST. JAMES PASSES AWAY ON SABBATH DAY. AMERICAN yf Distinguished Diplomat Who Had Served Hia Country In Many Waya Was Still in That Service When Final Summons Came. Anthracite District With Independent! Are Cancelled aa Reault of Court's Decision panies In Washington. The federal supreme London. Whltelaw Reld, the American embassador to Great Britain since 1905, died at his London residence, Dorchester house, shortly after noon Sunday from pulmonary oedema. The end was quiet and peaceful. Mrs. Reid and their daughter, Mrs. John Hubert Ward, were at the bedside. The embassador had been uncon-clou- s alnce 9 o'clock la the morning and at intervals during the previous twenty-fou- r hours he had been slightly delirious aa a result of the drugs administered to induoe aleep. King George of England sent early a message of condolence to President Taft on the death of Embassador on Monday cancelled, as violative of the Sherman law, the concoal tracts by which railroad-owne- iourt d ancompanies In the Pennsylvania thracite fields bad purchased the output for all ttmo of "Independent" mines. Attorney General .Wlckersham the belief that the "decision will so completely destroy the combination that now controls the price of anthracite that It must result In a distinct measure of rdlef to the public." , The court also ordered, the dissolution of railroad control of the Temple Iron company, iiy which the principal railroads and their coal companies were found to have strangled a project to build a competing road Into ihn anlhiaclte fields In 1893 and by whic h monopolizing schemes could bo put Into execution handily In the future. The government failed, the court tiold, to show "a general combination" to ap:ortlon the amount of coal to be put upon the market annually by the various roads. The government's other charges aa to a general combination wiro characterized as "Indefinite." d CMICAM TaiSUNg. . HIGHWAYMAN CAPTURED TRAIN CREW AFTER BY HOLDUP DOMINICANS THE WAR PATH Unmasked Man Roba Three Men and Murders One, at Lonely Railroad Station In Colorado. Reld. NEW HAMPSHIRE HAS BEEN DISPATCHED TO AID OF AMERICAN RESIDENTS. BATTLESHIP Leadvlllo, Colo. An unmaslutd man held up the operator at Denver & lUo Grande station at Pando, 20 miles west of here, Saturday nlsht, robnea htm and two waiting passengers, marched the latter two down the track, shot and killed one and knocked the other unconscious with the butt of his revolver. He was captured by a freight crewr, and hcked In the county Jail. The holdup occurred at 730. The robber entered the station where OperWILL BUILD MOFFAT ROAD. ator Kinney was talking with two Company With Ten Million Capital other strangers, who had bought tickets for the westbound passenger Has Been Incorporated. Denver. The Denver & Salt Lake train. lie walked to the ticket office, Itailrcad company, with $10,000,000 capital stock, was. Incorporated Bore shoved the muzzle of his revolver in the face of the operator an J demandMonday with power to acquire the ed his receipts. The operator respondthe of Northwestern Denver, property quickly, by givlns up even his & Pacific road, commonly known as ed the '.Moffat road.". Lawrence C. watch. The man then turned to the passenr I'hlpps of Denver and Charles robbed them and ordered them gers, the Denver Hallroal represent Securities company, and Tyson Dynes out of the station and down the track f Denver represents the Noteholders before him. The operator called help In the Protective committee on the directorate. Newman Krb. Dr. F. S. Pear-on- . shape of a freight train crew at Tennessee Pass and an armed briclgcman V. W. Wadden and Lcroy W. ItaJdwIn aie the other members of the At 8:50 the robber was captured and directorate. The old board retires taken to Ited Cllffe. Later a searching party found one of the piRsenKers from management without representation. Erb Is named as president of he had driven out of the station dead on the track with a bullet through his the company and Dr. Pearson as chair- head. man. TURNS MANY PRISONERS LOOSE. Copper King Must Pay Alimony. N' wburith. N. V. What Is regarded as the second highest alimony ever Governor of Arkansas Scores Magistrates for Imposing Long Sentences. granted In New York state was alLittle nock. Ark. Governor lowed to Mrs. Hemic G. Heinz?, when on Monday pardoned 316 state Jusice Arthur S. Thompklns, In the supreme court here, granted her a de- and forty-fou- r county convicts and. In cree of divorce from Fritx Augustus a long statement, sa'd his a::icn was lleinze. the former copper king. The taken as a protest against the s)tem court directed defendant to give hla of leasing convicts In vogue In Ax--J wile 11.000 month alimony. kansas. The governor scored mi'ls'.ratrs SENATOR K. I. PERKY for Imposing long senlnnces for trivial offenses and told of what he termed disadvantages of the lease system. As a result of the pardon, three s'ate convict csmps will be abolished, but several camps where prisoners working on the roads are housed will b continued in operation. Ko.ue of the men pardoned were ocnlenced lo terms of fifieen years. Hoet-Ivbe- In Galloon. captive balloon at Park Sunday a'ternoon broke away from Is moorings and after an exe'tiog ride of more than an hour. In wh'cn the llg gvs hag was drHen by rhang'tig winds over the sea and land, the occupant, two men and an S year-olthree rn'lp off Ixiy, were tx:ig ItfiU h aftT thy had been b'own w a'or Into th wtifrt th !ailoon ocean. strui k the sirtare of New Revolution Comes aa a Surprise aa It Was Thought Arrangements Made by American Commission Would Insure Peace. Washington. There other revolutionary Dominican republic. has been an- outbreak In the new out- This break la both puzzling and vexing to state department officials, who were In hopes that the arrangement made recently by the special American com- mission would preserve for two years, when a new election was to be he'.d. The hurried dispatch Thursday nlKht of the battleship New Hampshire indicates that officials interpret such as advices have gotten meagre through aa forecasting a situation calling for Immediate action. The New Hampshire carries about 900 men, including one company of marines. She !s commanded by Captain James H. Oliver. Pending the arrival of the New Hampshire at San Domingo City. American Interests will be safeguarded by four gunboats, the Wheeling and Petre'l In the harbor of the capital, the Nashville at Monte Chrictl and the Ynkton a Puerto Plata. Vctlma of Flying Craze. London. Aviation on Sunday claimed two more victims, bringing the total number of deaths from the pursuit of this science tin to 217. Sunday's v'ctims were Lit u tenant Parke. R N., a widely known aviator, and William Hardwlck, a passenger whom be was carrying from Hendon to Oxford. The accident occurred near We-mbl- COL GEORGE V. G0ETHALS A a d - - -- A te r :. ... .( Ml Wilson Dack in New Jersey. month's Prinre'on N. J Alter re' r- t on In the t'.ermnda titnls. Woodrow Wilon returned, home Monnd lo k tip the tinny day nleht tak tbit confront, him Iti h's dual and ro'e a governor of New Jr-prriilf ni f le t of the l'ni!d Hiates. Will Succeed Wiley. Vahlng:on. President Tafl has dire, ed Secretary Wilson to lr. Carl A'slmrg. a chemi't In the ar'nt aKriciiltural bureau of drprtment, chif of th;. hrmitry to snr.ee J I'-- Harvey W. Wi.ey. Reiested From Prison. Walla Waiia. Wah Or:is Hamilton, former adjutant general of the Kirtland I. Perky w?e appointed national guard of Washing, on. servUnited States senator from Idaho by ing a sentence of from one lo ten the governor to fill out the term of years for the embezzlement of state the late Senator Heybure, funds, was released Monday on parole. Will Search for Steamer. Deputy in Disgrace. Wsshtag'on. The revenue cut'er y Chicaeo That he accepted the of Jark Johnson, the nrro Mackinac has been ordered to rush was the a!lg'lo!i which form Rault 5te Marie to the northern fieh'er. firtJp railed the dismisal ef Edward V. Islands of Lake Mlrh gan In searchSim-of the long overdue schooner Rcue a deputy t'nited men. mons wt'b a crw of rn4 Mtiii:. irisrghal. It was in MidOcean. Suicided Commissioners Hve Close Call. ith a bowl-New Tork MHoreaa "Lima. Peru. An attempt was male gale wh'pping the aea was the Monday to lynrh the two ynl'cial commissioners. Senor VaJcsrit ana l:smt!e etting chosen for suicide In Rmn!o Peprdpz. ap?oint1 by v Wl'liatn Lea. u pJKenger ea the net France, which reached port Sattfe government, to iDvestl-at- . tl. atrocities In the rubber flelds. urday from Havre. hos-p'tallt- W,v. iten r -n BACK GREEK SHIPS ..- After Battle Turkish . Warship Return to Anehorage With Flags Flying and Bands Playing. ss GIVES WARNING. Following the custom when diplo mats of high rank are called by death, the body of the dead embassador will be brought to this country on a man of war. The messages exchanged between the president and King George con- - Prolses Gibbet of Disgrace for Those Who Provoke Panic New York. President-elec- t Wilson held up a warning finger Tuesday night to any man who might deliberately start a panic In the United States In order to show that intended legislative policies were Wrong. In a speech at the banquet of the Southern Society of New York, he declared he had heard sinister prediction of what would follow If the Democratic party put Into effect changes In economic policy. , The president-elec- t first distinguished in his speech between "natural" and "unnatural" panics. Jle said that In many cases panics had come naturally because of a mental disturbance of people with reference to loans and money generally. "Hut the machinery Is in exist ence," he said, "by which the thing can be deliberately done. Frankly. 1 don't think there is any man living who dares use the machinery for that jmrpose. If he does, I promise blm. not for myself but for my fellow countrymen, a gibbet as high as Hainan's Aa for myself, I am afraid of nothing." WHITELAW REID. The governor added that he meant no literal gibbet, "for that Is not more tain than the feeling ordinarily tainful," but he said It would be a manifet-teIn such communications gibbet of public disgrace "which wli; and take on a personal note. Jive aa long as the members of thai Whltelaw Reld was in his 76th year, man's family survive.'' been In born October 27, 1837, having Xenla, Ohio. Alfalfa Miller Meet. He became a newspaper writer as Kan. Alfalfa millers from Wichita, a young man and never broke off his Kansas. Oklahoma and Colorado connection with the public pre. He semi here. annual thejr meeting cd;tor-Inhief was of the New York Tuesday with a prediction that $20. Tribune for many years and after- OOOOt'O worth of alfalfa products ward became proprietor of that jour- would be the output of their mills nal. He served In the first cam- this year. Uniform grading rulei paigns of the Civil war In 18G1 and were adopted so that alfalfa rnlllert then as war correspondent, in which can be protected. capacity be was present at many ImGreeks Claim the Victory. portant battles. At one time be was librarian of the bouse of represenAthens. The ministry of marine tatives. At another time he was has made public the details of a mill cotton planter In Louisiana. tary battle fought Tuesday outside Later In life he went into the dip- the Dardanelles as reported by the lomatic service and went to France commander of the Greek destroyer aa t'nlted States minister in 189, squadron. After an hour's engageremain ng until 1892. ment the enemy retired in disorder, He came back to the United States considerably, damaged, according to to run as the Republican candidate private Information. on he ticket with for Cabinet D.scusses British Proteit. President Harrison. waa In he Washington. Great Dritaln's note 1837, fome years later. sent as special embassador to Great of protest against the Panama coast iirltain to attend the celebration of wise tolla provision was discussed for the diamond Jubilee of (jueea Victo- the third time at the cabinet meeting Tuesday. After the sitting Swrelary ria. His next Important work was as of Sate Knox stated that there Is nc special commissioner to the Paris need of undue haste in answering the conference which negotiated peace British note. between the Cnltcd States and Spain. Borax Bill Reposed Favorably. In 19"2 he again appointed Washington. The senate mines and special emhaaeador lo Great committee has reportel famining for the coronation of King Kdward upon the V. Introduced In vorably VII., with whom he oil always on the last action of congress by thf .he most friendly terms. late Senator Nixon of Nevada definina He was chosen In March, 190.'), t.he manner to be followed In acquirI'ni:ed States embansador to Great ing lands cootalnlng deposits of borax' Rritain In succession to Joseph 11. and like matters. Whltelaw Reld was married in ISM to Kllsaheth Mills, daughter of the late Darius Ogden Mills, of New York. His son, Ogden Mi'.ls Rnid. is president of the Tribune association and mansir'ng editor of lh Tribune. His daughter. Jean. Is the wife of the John Hubert Honorable Ward, o Queen Alexefjnerry As reward for his services as chief andra. of the Isthmian canal. Colonel Oocthals British Railroad Strike Settled. will he made a major general. If the Newcastle, "bill Introduced by Senator Sanders, Kngland. The North-eixterstrike is settled. It railroad an additional creating major generalship, becomee a law. President Taft h1 affected 8,000 locomotive and about 4,000 other workers, probably will offer the poet of governor of the canal tone to Colonel and had caused great Inconvenience Goethels. in England s nce Dwember 7. engl-,need- Lie Passed In the House. Washington. Repre? enf atlves A. Mitchell Palmer and Farr of Pennsylvania got Into a bitter dispute on the floor of the house Thursday during eonsiderst on of the Roman-McLeaelection contest, the lie being passed Batt'ethipe Arrive. Vera Cruz. Meln. The bormlng of t!- warMg g:ns of the American l ships on Tharsdjy announced the off Vora Crut of the battleships flsnesota. Kinsas, and Michigan inula. C3roi:na. Youthful Robber Confesses. Rakersfield. Cat Marvin W. Ham-by- , the 22 year-olexpress messenger whose car on the Santa Fe was robbed of $30,145 In gold near here last week, broke down and confessed be had robbed the safe with the aid of b s 1 year-ol- brother Melvin. Little Emperor is Sick. London. The Chinese emperor. If. Pun Tong. Is suffering from an a'tack cf whooping Mragh according to a kia A spatc.h to the luily Mail. The emperor la six yetra old Slav Been Found Capable of Withstanding Long Dry Spells on4 Withering Winds. PR. O. KVkAN'CJS. Chemist. lahoina Expettnmru Simitni.i Oh- -' Kafir corn, a species of sorghum named after the Kafirs of South Afrlc aa Introduced iato this country by the United States department of agriculture about 1885, and within a few years became an important crop. A native of Africa, the plant has been found capable of withstanding long dry spells and hot winds to a remarkable degree. The amount planted Increases every year, and In cattle in the United States It is solving the feed where cured aa problem. - especially ensilage. When properly ground It produces a- - meal which Is equal to corn meal, and It Is also used in the preparation of breakfast foods. Kafir corn furnishes a suitable raw material for the manufacture of denatured or Industrial alcohol. At &0 cents a bushel for the grain It would cost about 20 cent to make one gallon of the alcohol. It will pop, and in this form serves as a good material for . candy popcorn bars. If very dry conditions exist at'thWv time when ordinary corn Is In tassel the pollen and silk shrivel, with the ' result that the seed U not fertilized, and no grain Is produced, no matter how favorable the conditions may be later. This Is not true of Kafir corn, ' for the plant has great vitality and possesses characteristics which are enpeclally favorable for the production of seed. It may remain stationary with curled leaves for days and even weeks, but after a favorablo rain recovers rapidly and produces a good crop of grain and fodder. The reasons for this are that the plant Is not as tall as corn; its nodes are shorter and the leaves closer together, so that there Is not as much surface exposed for evaporation, and In thia way the moisture Is conserved. The kernels or seeds are borne at the top of the plant In an elongated head, bringing the fiowera close together, thus mak-- ' lng conditions favorable for fertilization. Kafir corn la one of the most Import-in- t crops grown In the southwestern slates. Even In poor years yields of from 15 to 30 bushels to the acre are common. Last season when the corn crop was a total failure In the dry districts'. Kafir corn yielded on the Oklahoma state experiment station farm as much aa 76 bushels per acre, and the entire crop averaged 52 bushels. For the season 1911-1the grain easily sold for an average of over 60 cents per bushel, which makes It a valuable crop, even at a yield of only 20 bushels to the acre. For a time Kafir corn was not planted In some sections because it was said to be Injurious to the soil. No support has ever been given to this Idea by agricultural authorities. A crop of Kafir corn, eay 30 bushels per acre, will remove 5 pounds of potash. 10.4 cf phosphoric acid, and 30.2 pounds of nitrogen. Such a small crop of corn as 35 bushels to the acre will remove 7.9 pounds of potash, 12. 88 pounds of phosphoric acid and 25.2 pounds of nitrogen. It appears, then, that corn removes more of the essential plant foods, with the exception of nitrogen, which may easily be replenished by a proper rotation of crops or by planting cowpeai between the rows during the summer. semi-tropic- . KEEPING DAIRY COWS CLEAN Main Thing la to Keep Animal' Di- gestion Well Feed for Purpose Cow Is Worked. fPy n T OWKS8. M!mirt Some cows are naturally clean; some dirty. The main thing la to digestion well. keep the animal' Some feeds are eaalty digested. Get feed suitable to her and the purpose for which ahe Is Worked. Find feed that Is adapted to ber. The work of dairy cow g to convert that food Into milk, not to lay It upon ber back Have a share for every cow; a ration for every cow. She has got to be kept well. A dairyman should be careful student, and watrh the cow. Watch the cattle. Never feed them more than they eat up clean. Kale and vetch are splendid things to keep a cow In good condition. In this country yrm don't have the cold weather like prevails In the eastern states, and tb cows don't require tto much. We haven't to contend against cold Corn is heating. Yon don't need com. Feed more vetch and kale and alfalfa, ft tnen't require a heavy feed to warm the system. Girls Rescued.' Franrlsco. Lorled In Kfefl cells In a dark, j Chines building, Tnlied Stales Immigration " Ran CROP FARM , u ("hoale. - (By Sedll-Bahr- , Another Dardanelles. naval battle was fought between the Turkish and Greek fleets Tuesday morning outside the entrance to the Dardanelles atrails. After the battle the Turkish war' ships returned to their anchorage with flags flying and hands playing amid the enthusiastic applause of the crowds lining1 the shore. who According to an verities the official report of the engagement, after a long range exchange of shots the smaller Greek vessels retired, leaving the pride of the Greek navy, the cruiser Georglo Averoff, to bear, the brunt of toe fighting. The cruiser seemed to be using only her small caliber guns and showed signs of having been struck by three or four shells. Finally she slowly retired from the combat. The Greek torpedo .boats and submarines remained behind an island under cover during the fighting. WILSON DRY PJant.Has vlce-pres'de- Thrilling Rid Ixs Angeles. IMPORTANT FLEET DRIVES DEATH PiKfc. 'Com- Railroad-Owne- d TURKISH , mm mvl'T AlniNi lb J . Contract Si i evll-smelli- offlrlals. In a spectacular raid early Tuesday, found five Chinese slave women u3ioma?gled In from . e orient, and arrested the men allezel to bs the ring leaders of the slavers. 'GENERAL -- Wilton Receives Threatening Letter, Newark, N. J President elect life ban again been, tiireaiened Thv letter wa by a letter writer. mailed In New fork on IVvember 12, received by the governor's secretary at Trenton Hie following day and turned over to the postal authorities. MTtfmOTES Wi.-eon'- s Good pasture is an essential to Cuo cess In hog raiding. Shenp are unharmed by Intense dry cold, but cold rains are Injurious. To be a good shepherd ofle should well how to rare for ' understand lambs. Lambs, wool, mutton and manure Fugitive Convict Killed. are the four cardinal points of sheep . Globe. , Aril Lorenzo OuiterreJ!, rslsfng. ' who escaped from the eonvint honor" t built and the beat The near shaped hors are the en camp In the Pinal mun?ln to keep a .' was shct and killed bens, at Fort breeders. nomas i wdii, resisting capture by The grea'esl profit In feeding sheep two deputy sheriffs. y for mutton Is gained while the anp' , feats are young. Reward for Patrolmen. The manure carrier light ttt Kanuti City. Ten days' leave ol labor and lend to more anltr-absence with pay wl',1 be granted each corditlons tn the stable. or patrolman who brings In. The best breeding sow I always alive, any highwayman eenght in the good milker, and a poor milker I a art of reix'njj pnre frrrn a woman wav a po-r- t tnobr sow. or hoid n? cp a c!llen. ; y j dd 1 1 '