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LUMBER TRUST ATTACKED.
Govnrnmant Allega« Atlantic
Deal« r« m Compirai y.
New York In the first Ftxleral
unti trust proct-edings brought under
the Sherman law its interpret«-«! in the
Standurd Oil decision, the department
of justice hut filed In tile United
States court here u suit against con
stituent organizations of what is popu
larly known as the "lumber trust,”
alleging th«- existence of a widespread
conspiracy "unreasonably” to restrain
the lumber trade in this country.
Ten trulle organizations and more
than 150 individuals are named as de
fendants. It alleges violation of the
Sherman anti-trust law und seeks a
|H-rmam-nt injunction restraining the
defendants from continuing the con
It ia suel the suit may be the first
of a »«•rie» of suits by Attorney Gen
eral Wickersham looking to breaking
up ull«-g«xl agreements among the re
tailers of commoilities, bi maintain
high prices, to force ull ultimate con
sumera to buy from retailers ami Or
backlist wholesalers who »«-II to other
than members of the retail organiza
The elulmratc system of blacklisting
attribut«»! to the allegisl lumla-r con
spirators, coplea of circulars sent out
by the 'organization, cluHsifymg con
sumera a» "proper" and “improper,”
"short shrift" to dealers daring to
violati- th«- rules of the organization
"poachers,” "scalpers," "mavericks”
ami "illegitimates,” are fully set
forth in the government's petition.
BRIEF REPORT OF THE DAILY
WORK OF NATION’S LAWMAKERS
Washington, May 1H.
Washington, May 17. Charg«-s that.
that the essence of th»- prop «»••<! com Democratic members of the house;
mercial agreement la-tween this coun committee on rules were seeking to J
try und ('anuda is reciprocity and usurp function» of a caucus by nomi
that such was the understanding of nating the members of committees
th««»«- who friirn«-«! it, Senator Root which will investigate the so-called
today appear«»! before the senate steel and sugar trusts, b»!ay created
finance committee and suggested an the most serious outbreak that haa oc
Armlsfirs Ordered end Diaz to Rs-
amendment to the bouse bill which curred in the Democratic ranks of the '
|.[n Before June I
De Io Barra
would prevent w«x»i pulp and paper house since the opening of this eon-
and Muderò to Rule.
from coming into the country free un gress.
^«r J EW YORK
The crl dernier
til it wus free from all provinces of
Chairman Henry wan denounced by
M m I of the societjr girl Is for
Fitzgerald, chairman of th«- appropri
toqu«-, »«arf and parasol en
Senator Root argued that »uch an ations committee, for having made
Juarez, Mexico, Muy IM
A leader of the
umendment would not prevent the "unauthorize«! ansumption of author
Carbajal, represa-nting the M< xlcan
smart zet lately returning
agreement a» a whole from b«-coming ity" for the rules committee.
Federal government, urnl Dr. Vm«qu<-z
effective. On the other hand, John Democrats say th«- decision of the
15 auch aeta. and half of
(iniiu-z, Joao I’ino Cuarez and Fran
Norris, of N«-w York, representing rules committ<-e, if adopte«l by the
them were made to accompany frocks
the American NeWH|>aper Publisher»' house, will be a complete abrogation
cisco Mialero, Sr., representing the
In which from three to seven different
association, commenting on tha pro- of the principles for which the Demo
provisional government, agreed at 6
colors »ere harm«>nlo->sly combined.
|»«»<-d amendment, »aid that its adop crats have stood, namely the selection
o'clock last night to declare a five
tion would be filial to th«- agreement. of committees by action of th«; Demo Just fancy a typical American Indulg
ilaya* armistice throughout Mexico, to
ing herself to such an extent, and
Senator Roots’ amendment was de cratic caucuses.
fancy again the multitude who follow
lake effect immediately u|»>n receipt
signed to make pulp an«l paper free on
Two lists, one being the proposed
by Judge Carbajul of formal uutlioriz-
There are score» of
both sides at the »arne time, instead steel trust committee, the other the her example.
fa»hionable modistes »bo anxiously
ation from Mexico City, which came
of allowing th«- im|»«rtation ut once of sugar trust committee, were sub-
at I I o'clock laat night.
free pulp and paper from these pro mitted by Henry in the form of priv- await every spring the return of this
The signing of un armistice la a
Vinces in Canalla in which there are ileg«-d resolutions which he a.ske<! the particular matron, for she culls the
military prerogative ami wua not in
smartest effects offered by Paris cre
no restrictions regarding the exporta house bi adopt.
cludi-d ill Judge Carbajiil's diplomatic
tion of those articles.
Immediately questioned by Demo ators of fashions, and after herself
There ia no Federal
Th«- bill now, he asserts, contains crats who had not been consult«»! as to having tried their effect at auch
no provision whatever for the free the authority by which the rules com critical place» as the res«irts In south
Navarro having been dv|a>acd by the
admission of paja-r an«l woo«i pulp into mittee offered these names, Henry ern France, there is no question as to
taking of Juarez.
Hence the need of
said about 150 Democrats had ap- the genuine character of her various
authority from Mexico City.
And now the combination
Hix amendment would add to the prove«! th«- Democratic list, an«! Re choices
The urmiatice will
the tirat gen
w «» h 1 pulp an«i pa|a-r provision the publican members were
nam«?d by toque, scarf and parasol is classed
eral ceaaation of hostilities since the
among the ultra fashionable things of
stipualtion that Canada may have the Minority Leader Mann.
revolution began Inal Novemlrer and'
right to impirt those articles free
The steel trust investigating com- the moment.
wna decided u|«m by Provisional I’rea .
One of the prettiest gets we have
"only when the President of the mittee was approved before the Demo
ident Madero in the afternoon im '
Unite»! Stat«-» shall have satisfactory crats woke up to the full effect of the seen la a faithful copy of madams
mcdlutely after the receipt of an A»- ■ HYPNOTI-vM CURES PARALYSIS evidence and »hall make proclamation situation. The resultant fight fell up The color scheme Is lobster pink,
aociaUal Preaa ¡diaputch from Mexico
that such admission of wood pulp, on the sugar trust committee; and a »hfch has taken the place of coral,
City atating that Preaident Diaz had I Under Spell Man Walk« for First pa|«er an«l boards, being the product of continuation of the struggle finally and the trimmings are silver embroid
offered to resign before the end of the
th«- Unit«»! States, are aiimitted into was averted by the action of Under ery and Bruges lac«-. The trig little
Time in Three,Year«.
wood, the Democratic leader, in ad toque Is quite the smartest shape we
< 'añada free of duty. ”
New York Seven <locb>rs ami a
journing the house while the resolu have seen It fits the head snugly, but
circle of nuri-es at St. Mark's hospital
DE LA BARRA WILL RULE.
has a decided turn to the left side of
Washington. May IX.
A new or tion was still pending.
watched Dr. Alfr«*d J. Fox demon-
the brim, which gives It the effect of
strate one of the miracles of m<»l«-rn ator up|«eare«l in the ranks of the Re
Washington, May lfi. The senate being much larger.
Madero for Vice President Diaz ia
The crown is
science, when h<- commanded a paraly publican minority in congress today.
finance committee engaged in a some made of the lace over pink or lobster
tic to walk, under th«1 influence of
what heated tilt today over the sub colored chiffon, and the visible part
Mexico City, .May lx. Preaident hypnoti»m, ami was obeyed.
For New Mexico statehood resolution, a ject of Cana«iian reciprocity amend
of the brim Is faced with wonderfully
distinction accorded to Frank B. Wil
Diaz and Vice President Corral will
done embroidery made more ornate
Senator Stone, of Missouri, demand by the addition of white or white and
resign before Julie 1
"Now,” began the doctor, "you ar«* to be a two hours' running tire of re ed to know when Allen and Graham,
colored jewels. From the right side
Minister of Foreign Relations De going to move your feet.
Move your partee and fight with the Democratic said to be New York attorneys and
of the ridged crown (the shape Is typ
I n Barra will become president ad in feet up and down.
You have control leaders.
In supjwirting the New Mexican representing the National Grange, ically that of Mercury's helmet) rests
as President Taft has up- were U> appear in response to his re a large bunch of splendid aigrettes In
Melchior Lusterborg, who couldn't
Fianciaro I Madero, the revolution
Willis drew th«- tire of quest that they be summone«! to tel! white tipped with the odd pink hue.
ary lender, will be called to Mexico do any such thing for thre«- years, be Chairman Flood anil u half dozen of their employment by interests op- The scarf and parasol carry out the
City to a t us in* l.n Barra's chief ad
pos«sl to reciprocity.
color In chiffon, lace and semi precious
"Now, you will notice that your prominent Democrats, lie was armci
viser and ns the greatest guarantee
Senator Gal linger demanded that jewels.
|aissihle that every plixlge made by , leg» are getting warm ; are going to ganic acts of the various states and. "some of thos«- who have made vigor
Greatly Varied Question.
the government will be carri«»! out.
ous efforts to accelerate public opinion
The question of hats is a varied one
Suggestion almost instantly brought whenever a new proposition was advo in fa vor of reciprocity” should be
A» viewed by the public, it would
caba!. he would say:
"I've got it
This season there are hats for every
be virtually a joint presidency, |>end- > a glow.
ask«»! to appear before the committee.
"You can stand up; you can walk. right here." while the Republican side Senator Williams retorted that under body. and prices to suit the purchas
ing II new elect Ion.
cheered and laugh«-d.
er There Is no end to oddities in the
The cabinet will be reorganized. ' < >f course you will have to lean on
Hamilton of Michigan, ex-chairman these circumstances. President Taft new models, and almost everything Is
The mini ter of w ar w ill be named by '
shown from jockey, witch and clown
Tin- gr«-at form raised itself and got of
De I.a Barra. The foreign office will
what he had don«- to “accelerate pub
shapes to the traditional helmet, cav
Leaning on two urg«-d the immediat«* approval of the lic opinion” on the question.
be in charge of a sub secretary named up from the table.
New Mexican constitution.
alier. empire and Victorian styles All
by him. f Ither cabinet members will doctors, th«- big mun went slowly pubican »|H-akers condemned th«- recall
Senator Gallinger said he was op-
these and many others are fashioned
nmumi the room.
be ch. -eii by him and Madero jointly.
Then he returned to th«- tabi«* and of Judges in the Arizona constitution ious organizations. but that if it were of coarse straws, tagal and hemp
A new election will bi- called within
th«- hypnotic influence was remo»«»!. and approved th«- plan to force Arizona to be done, both sides should be heard. braids. The coarse straws are so ex
man immediately sat up and said: to vote again on that feature, but they He ask«-d therefore that John Norris ceedingly coarse that little trimming
Political amnesty will be recoin-
declare«! no change should be made
want to walk."
mended to the chamber of deputies.
and Herman Ridder, representatives Is required to make the finished hat
in th«* New Mexican constitution.
Many such models are
These are the conditions u|s>n which
of the American Newspajier Publish becoming
President Diaz will compromise. Vir than on the previous occasion ami he
ers’ association, b«- required to appear trimmed with a severe little bow or
Washington. May 17.
tually they are mlmitted in high quar went uround the n»>m with better
before the committee and tell what chou made of satin or velvet and
Taft today sent th«- to senat«- the Tar
ters to lie a complete surrender to the
their organizations had done to help placed in some unusual position. These
iff board's full report of its investiga
and other styles are ideal for wear
AGLEAM WITH JEWELS.
tion of th«- pulp and news paper indus
The resignation of Diaz, and the
Declaring that Mexico was shipping with tallormade costumes, while the
try in the United States and Canada.
"joint regency” of De I.a Barra and
its cattle into Texas, paying the duty, Victorian styles seem to be the only
Summarizisi briefly, th«- report says a
Madero are said to constitute a guar
and underselling American competi thing for the quaint little summer
ten of news print paper is mad« in
George is Given.
antee so complete that the original in-
tors, and that Canada could fatten frocks of prints and border effects.
Among the novelties is shown a
Ixindon, May 20. Th«- first state Canada for *5.35 less than it is made cattk- quicker there and dress them
surrecto demand fur I I governors no
ball of the reign of King George, the in th«- United States.
lunger need In...... nsidereil.
better. Samuel H. Shan, the cattle piquant model labeled "Watteau.”
Canadian cost is given a» *27.53 an«!
The cabinet was in almost contin dal«- of which was selected in honor of
raisers' attorney, continue«! today his The shape turns up defiantly at the
the average cost in the United States
uous session for two days, despite the th«- visit of the German em|M-ror und
testimony in opposition to the removal back, and Is heralded as one of the
at *3'2.SX. The duty under th«- pres
most popular shapes at the French
sever«- illness of Diaz.
The prea empress, t«»>k place at Buckingham
of duty on meats.
ent tariff is *3.75.
Riviera, where smart summer fashions
ident's entire- face is infected from an
Th«- document presents extensive
annually receive their christening. A
K ing George and Emperor William
His upper lip is
Washington. May 16. Democratic
tables, comparisons and other tabula
number of the becoming dress hats
swell« n fur beyond its normal six«* anil wer«* join«»! by 30 members of the roy
tions. It is said to lx- the most com members of th«- ways an«l means com
have brims of shirred tulle with
his face is intlameil
He showeii al househohi who formisi into a mag
mittee of the house today underUxik
spring flowers trimming them the en
fever yesterday but this symptom was i nificent procession.
th«- task of drafting a bill revising the
Emperor William took a» his part
tire surface. The facing very often is
He -peaks with
l»«anl has been engaged upon it for wool schedule. Th«- committee debat-
of a different color and is of chiffon or
the greate d difficulty, but, while In ner Queen Mary and King George the
«»! without attempting to reach a d«‘-
mousseline; sometimes over a con
is m severe pain, his condition is not German empress.
Several factors entering into the in cision whether the bill shall plare raw
Th«- display of gems could not be
trasting color A stunning hat shaped
alarming, <le»pite his udvanctsl age.
creased cost «if manufacture in th«- wool on th«- free list, or reduce the
surpassed at any European court.
on the order of the mushroom model
l'nite<l States are taken up exhaus tariff 59 per cent or more.
Numerous crowns. made especially for
was made lu direct contrast to con-
Clark Sold for »5,000,000.
Th«- paramount issue in revising
tively in th«- report.
Butte, Mont. The rejwirt of the the coronation, were- s«-en for th«- first increases ar<- sai«! to be due to th«- fact th«- scht-dule is revenue. To put raw vcntionaltfes. Instead of the flowers
Anaconda Copper Mining company at time. Queen Mary' corsuge was like that a ton of pulp worn! costs nearly wool on th«- free list would cut off at lelng on th«- top. <hey were employed
a stockholders^ meeting makes public, a breastplate of diamonds nnd in twice as much in the United States one«- *21,000,090. while the etire wool ns the facing to th«- underbrim, while
for the first time the price paid for cluded two immense stones cut from ns it does in Canada and that many sch<-dule brings in more than *40,000,- the top of the «-hape.au was left com
paratively plain, with nothing but a
the Butte mines of ex Senator W. A. the famous t'ullenan diamond, which of th«» American mills have much 000 in duties.
Clark, transfer of which was an wer«- worn as pendants,
By cutting th«- duty on raw wool to bit of shirred chiffon over the crown
older and much less effectivi- «-quip-
The flowers under the
nounced six months ago. Th«- consid wore ii high collar of diamonds.
; 5 or 6 cents a pound an«l making pro- and brim.
meiit than the Canadian mills.
The tierman empress wore a dia
field daisies, and the
eration is given as *5,01X1,000 and the
i vision for a sliding reduction annually
properties were transferred by th«- mond crown, n splendid |«-arl neck
of 1 cent, some Democrats figure the effect was novel and wonderfully be
Amalgamated Copper company to the lace, und other diamonds and pearl ing th«- possible effect on legislation importations would increas«- sufficient coming.
“Poke” Effect Is Good.
Anaconda for 112,000 shares of Ana ornaments.
of the Supreme court's Standard Oil ly to cause no disturbance in th«- rev
The close fitting hat a la mode, as
decision, thre«- bills were introduced enue.
Scientist« Otl to North.
shown in Its best form, has acquired
profit of *1,214,013.22 for th«- six
Seattle. Wash. The revenue cutter in th«- senate today, one by Jones, of
a decided poke that Is equal to quite
months ending Ih-cemlx-r 31, last.
Tahoma sailed from this port for At Washington, Republican.
ravishing eff«-cts if worn over a pretty
tn. th«- most westerly of the Aleutian
Two Men and 74 Auto« Burn.
face. The smartes’ of these models
islands, carrying u Smithsonian insti
Firent II o'clock
Th«- bank at Klamath sre perfectly flat over the front of the
All look to th«- amendment of the popularity.
tution scientific party, which will
head and the back has a variety of
Wednesday night destroyed the Cen
gather specimens of birds, mammals, Sherman amt-trust law to incluilc all Falls, Or., has moved up to 27th place way» of extending the hair and ears.
tral garage, with 74 automobiles.
Howers and rocks. Th«- expedition is
A fetching poke-toque of this order
is beli«-v«sl that two men and four
headed by A. C. Bent, of Taunton, gardless of their reasonableness or un ing *1.767.26. individal accounts av
seen the other day was made of
teams are in the debris, ’flu- tire was
Mass. Other naturalists in the expe
striped black and white satin braid
start«-<l by a youth lighting a cigar
dition nr«- F. It. MeKechnie. of Bos by Justice Harlan's dissenting view in bank, in Washuigton. has *7.942 on
ette, the head of the match Hying off.
deposit, being 195 accounts, averaging with a broad front expanse of plain
ton; H. C. Beck, of San Jose, and th«- Standard Oil case.
It was the worst fir«> ever seen in Win
*75.64 each, while at Coeur d'Alene, black hemp. The only trimming con
Alexander Wettmore, of Kansas.
nipeg, the blaz.e illuminating the sky
Trust Invest gation Begins.
Idaho, there- are- 76 deposits aggregat stated of a huge bow of black and
to such an extent thnt fully 50,000
Washington. May. 19. Preliminary ing *5,521. Th«- Klamath Falls bank white striped velvet ribbon edged with
Five Deaths Caused By Heat.
persona congregated. The loss is es-
steps in the congressional inquiries in is way behind others in th«- Northwest bright green. At the sides were two
Philadelphia, May 20. Today was
timate«! at *200,000.
and is progressing less rapidly than rather large cobochons of jet, and
the hottest May 20 in the history of to th«- United States Steel corporation those in Washington and Idaho.
across the top of the crown is another
and the American Sugar Refining com
th«- weather bureau here. Th«- max
jet ornament running from front to
Death to Boycott |s Cry.
pany wer«- taken today. Hardwick of
imum temprratur«- was 91 degrees.
Corporation Books Open.
New York President Taft'has been Five deaths and many prostrations
Novelties of all kinds are crop
askisl to end th«- Isiycott for Jnll time from heat were report«.-»!.
meeting tomorrow whih- the steel in court has approved the recent sentence ping out this season. Strings that actu
by Reeking the punishment orjdisaolu-
vestigation committee has deferred for contempt imposed in the- New ally tie on the hat are found among
tion of organizations enforcing it.
Cedar Rapids, Ia., May 20. West
the quaintest arrivals of returned
The petitioners were th«- National Cellar Rapids tonight sulTered from a its formal meeting until Saturday York courts upon Christopher C. Wil
fashions. There are endless varieties
Association of Manufacturers, and the storm which did thousands of dollars'
Telegraph company, because of th«- of Napoleon shapes and all sorts of
American Federation of l.alsir was damage. A plaster factory and sev Olmstead will b«- chosen.
refusal to permit an examination of picturesque broad brims. An extreme
said to be “persistently prosecuting eral
the books. By this decision the Ft-d- I ly becoming Napoleon is in black and
and intending to further prosecute Hundreds of trees were blown down,
government won a far-rsaching white coarse straw with the crown
such boycotts. ”
and electric service was cut off.
Brandéis, the Boston attorney who ■ legal battle, in that officials of cor- and brim in one, turned sharply from
conducted the prosecution in the Bal- ' porations cannot refuse to allow exam the front and faced with royal blue
Cotton Ring May Be Investigated.
Holy Ghost Ship Wrecked.
satin, while the rest of the trimming
Washington, [>. C.
Portland, Me. Th«- barkentine of
consisted of blue silk cords with silver
by th«- secretary of commerce and la the Kingdom of th«- Holy Ghost and
acorns finishing the ends. And back
S35O.OOO Building Asked.
bor “into the combination of cotton Us sect has been strand«»! off Sango- for the railroads of the country, will
Washington, D. C.—Senator Jones of the broad turnover brim were two
speculators in the United States or- mar, on the west coast of Africa, and assist the house committeee on the
introduced a bill increasing the enormous sized quills, made of single
ganizeil to control prices,” with a probably will b«- a total wreck, accord
of the cost of the public building ostrich feathers curled close to the
view to criminal prosecution, is urged ing tn information received here from
Wslla, Wash., from *140,000 stem. These were In the same shade
in a resolution introduced in the house the national board of marine under service. His services will be volun
by Edwards, of Georgia.
writers in New York.
Terms of Peace in Mexico Al
most Complete Surrender.
of blue and were placed In a striking
Unsual Shapes Shown.
Many of the huge' straw hats look
as though they had been caught in
snowstorm» and had come out pretty
well batter«rd. for they are bent in the
mo»t unusual »hapcs and frequently
the straw actually seem» broken.
Brims are wide and moat Irregular,
while crowns are dented to give the
desired effect. To moat persons such
a shape Is more becoming than the
bard conventional lines of the perfect
ly straight brim, and if properly
trimmed the result
smart. A quaint little model of sea
grass Is In pagoda shape and trimmed
with a Japanese band In which aeveral
colors are woven.
crown Is gracefully draped with the
scarf and the ends are allowed to fall
over the left side.
Many styles suggestive of the
French revolutionary period are In evi
dence, both In shapes and colors, this
season. One of the moat picturesque
models we have seen had a very wide
flare at the left side and high thim
It was made of
coarse straw in the new illuminated
gray called "mother of pearl.” The
trimming consisted of a band of rich
embroidery drawn across the front of
fhe crown and under the brim on both
sides. At the back were three very
long plumes In dull pinks and greens.
These were of the new class that so
far 1» nameless, but they are really
nothing more nor less than handsome
ostrich feathers wired very stiffly with
the under fibers curled toward the
stem in the fashion of a lyre plume
and a certain little quirk in the wire
which flattens the feather in the cen
ter an«l gives it a jaunty turn at the
All Sorts of Trimming.
The trimmings are exquisite. Wild
flowers and old fashioned garden flow
ers vie with each other on the same
Natural colorings of artificial
flowers are given little attention. Al
most any shade that blends with the
tone of the hat or gown Is considered
smart A new idea that Is taking well
is the use of beads applied directly
to the straw, and it the fad continues
there is no telling to what spectacular
lengths It may run. Boad trimmings
of all kinds are also seen on some of
the best hats. The mingling of big
and little blossoms is another fad ol
the moment. Rambler and moss rosea
together with the tiniest of button
roses formed the trimming of one of
the handsomest picture hats shown thia
season. Another model of the sama
dimensions had for its trimming a
wonderful combination of poinsettlaa
and camelias with weeping willow
foliage in its natural shade of soft
Lace is also much used in
millinery, though more in the makeup
than in Its garnishments.
Nattier blue mercerised popltnetto
mak«-s a smart and quite inexpensive
dress In this style. The skirt has a
wide band of material at foot, put on
with a wrapped seam;
buttons trim left side front breadth.
The bodice is trimmed up left side
with galloon and buttons, galloon also
outlines the round yoke of lace.
Small bishop sleeves gathered Into
deep cuffs that are trimmed to match
5H yards 4«
Inches wide, 10 buttons, 5 yards sateen
for lining. H yard lace 18 Intjhaa wid^
2L» yards galloon.