Bakersfield Californian, June 28, 1920

Bakersfield Californian

June 28, 1920

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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Bakersfield, California 12 P AGES Californian Associated Press Service Gives All the News All the Tim# 12 PAGES Main News Section Covering Local Field and Telegraph Reports COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICEVol. XXX.    BAKERSFIELD,    CALIFORNIA,    MONDAY.    JENE    2S.    I!    121) * * * EXPLOSION KILLS RUBBER FIRM S HEAD POTTSTOWN, Pa., June 28.—William C. Walsh, 31 years old, president and general manager of the Vulcweld Tire and Rubber Company, and James A. Manr,/, 32, general superintendent, were killed early today by the explosion of a dryer. Frank Walsh, the president's brother, lost an arm and suffered other injuries which may prove fatal. Fumes had been troubling workmen and the throe men went to the factory ahead of the day force to work on machinery designed to remove the fumes. When the door of an overheated dryer was opened flames shot forth and ignited gases. Calls Treaty Defeat(Black Crime’ No Dark Secrets at Democratic Conclave Keynote Speech Made by Him at San Francisco IJv ALFRED HARRELL Telegraph Lines Arc Lilt and Hoads Blocked W’iIii 'frees Bonus Legislation Up to Democrats POLICEMEN SLAIN IN STREET CLASH Anarchists Willi M ii c Ii i ii e (inn Terrorize People of Ancona ROME, June 28.—Reports of disorders I j In widely separated parts of Italy, appear to corroborate tu? impression that they are part of a deep scheme to over-turn social order throughout the entire! country. Unemployment is the alleged reason for the strikes now In progress I and rioting. In Cadore. Venetia, red flags have been hoisted above the municipal buildings. Telegraph lines have been cut and roads blocked with trees at Lozzo. Callazo and Domegge. Carbines In armored cars have dispersed rioters at Rnbasso. At Ron-cole, an aqueduct has been cut. Dhuimtmt ha* b*ir*t out violently ut Pionibitio a nil soldi' is and j •« »* I • •*_> Ila'-' been atta' k«*d with revolver* and hand grenades and have 'veiled with ma'bilic e kyled and wounded. HAN FRANCISCO, June jx. --service men among convent ion delegates today lie rf feted plans for obtaining the indorsement of the Democrat ie party for bonus legislation. Richard Seeley Jones, chairman of the Washington state delegation; Major Hen-nett Clark, of Missouri, son of Representative Champ Claik; Colonel Barry of Tennessee, and E. \V. Robertson of Spokane. Wash., \vere selected lo appear before the resolution* committee with the plank drawn for its approval. One Dead, One Fatally Hurt Result Auto Accidents Here AN F'HANGISCO. June 28. Hours in    ii ti va lice ot Hic assembling of the delegates    to the National I)einocr*itic convention in Hie bin auditorium, iii advance til the keynote speech of Homer Cummings, with his message which, it is presumed will reflect the views of President Wilson, in advance of the roar of approval or, of‘what is equally significant, tile silence of disapproval, of either measures or men. the observer cannot fail to gather some    distinct impressions which may. or may not he, indicative of the action of    a great    party convention and of the policies of    a great party. For    from the crowds that, night and day, mill    through the lobbies of Hie hotels, or jam tho headquarters of rival candidates, or fill committee moms that are as numerous as ——--♦blackberries in June, such ob server catches the sharp divi- of Ill'll ' iii* b*s* j i minty yesterday < ANARCHISTS HAVE MACHINE GUN ROSAR, Jmu* 28.—Kurt iii and around Am'mw dispatch** from tint cit) 1st* believed to |*o**ct«* iii*'* cont initiating around Tran there. Three have i r dint orig* rn es iii reported in today. An arvo-a maebitn* gnu the lalior bu-been killed in em mintem villi policemen. Reinforcement* V''r'' Dict with shot* front neighboring house* and It la auld women participated in tin; fighting. Two train* were atta'bed near Bor-gaaf lo. tm one train eight passenger* were wounded and f I vt* of them subsequently died. Tin* oilier train was < ar-rling polio', "f whom one wa* killed and four wounded, A destroyer bas urrlfed at Ancona with reinforc.dients for the 11 oo| ai there ONE POLICEMAN SLAIN AT REZZO TO BRESCIA. linty, June 28. Socialists' mid popularthte have clashed at KezzatO. inn* tail iceman wa? killed and it is believed there Were other victims. BARRACKS ATTACKED RIOTERS K I LL EO I IHA. italy. June 2k Barracks wee attacked ben yesterday but the assailants were repulsed. Two of tile rioters were killed and mali} have be ii arrested. There wen a number of casualties among the lsdii * anil ' oldie; # QUIET RESTORED IN CENTRAL ANCONA ROM ii June 2V—Quiet was restored today by carbineers iii the »<*iftial part of Ancona, according to dispatcher; from that city, the anarchial* who have been creating serious disorders then retiring to the suburbs <inc hundred mid ninety-three persons were placed uiidvi arrest. Assails ‘'Suppression of Speech” in War CHICAGO. June 28.- Denouncing the "attppreavion of fr**» speech” during the war. Professor Stanley I. Repins of the University of Minnesota told the Cook county committee of forty-eight convention last night that even the mail of cabinet assistants was 'not safe from scrutiny by the military Intelligence section. Hyping, who served iii the intelligence bureau, declared lie had opened the mail of Breckenridge Long, third assistant murotary of stale. "Iwcause. lie had happened to la* in correspondence with a conscientious obje* tor." "t opened it.' lie added, “because tho mon who ordered me to do it had bayonets at their backs and I had to obey." Three in ( our! for Enright Slaving i.TllfAdb, June 28. “Rig Tim" Murphy, Chicago lulsir leader. Mike < orruz/.o a lid Vincenzo Cosmano. jointly charged wiih murder, today were brought before Judge Joseph Ha bath to face trial for ilioir alleged connection with the death of Maurice "Mossy" Enright last February. Enright was killed as the result of a dispute over the leadership of the street sweepers’ union, it Is charged. “TOUR DE FRANCE” STARTS FARIS. June 28.—The ‘Tour de France' a race on tricycles around France, started today. There were HO competitors. The race will cover 3.438 miles. HUNS BEHIND IN COAL FAKIH, .lune 38. - Germany ie three million ton; in anear* of her engage men'. eon* er""': the deliver’-' of coal i" execution of ’hr. treaty of Versatile! sad Louts Locheur today in th* Petit Par-tslen Hoven ariot occident? serious nature In Kern had fatal outcome iii one ease, and another lh cli will pro tm My result shortly, while other persons received injuries of less serious nature. Morris Breareliff of thin city was instantly killed when ting truck in which he was riding turned our on the Taft highway, and William Burchopt, a Delano youth, is suffering from injuries which Dr. N, X. Brown stall's are liable to piove fatal, as a re-•ult of bis motorcycle, which he was riding, being struck by an automobile. Motorcyclist Struck William Burehepi, a young man ing In Delano, w ho was riding on it motorcycle yesterday, with a t*oy friend, was run down by an automobile, sustaining injuries which will probably prove fatal. The other young mail, who was driving the motorcycle, escaped with minor injuries. Hurehept was taken to the San Joaquin hospital, where lie was treated by Dr. N. X. Brown. Ile is suffering with concussion of Die brain, a broken leg and severe bruises on the body. Tile young man has been unconscious ever since the accident Ila pi cued. and it is not expected that ho will live. Details of the accident are lacking, the father of Burchopt refusing to advance any information on Hie subject. Aged Couple Hurt W illiam Foster, ag* <1 Tx. who with his wife. aged in. ar* iii th** San Joaquin hospital, slightly injured and suffering front bruises sustained from un accident when an autoiiMjblle ran flown flu* wagon they were driving yesterday afternoon, throwing them lo the ground and demolishing the wagon Tin* aged couple were driving from Los Angeles with a horse and wagon, on their way to Stockton. The accident happened on th** highway about six miles the other side of the Standard tanks north of tins elly. As they turned a curve iti the road they were run down by an automobile, going in the, same direction. The driver of file tar did not stop but sped on, and the couple were picked up by another ear coining toward Bakersfield. The guilty lai ties have not y et been us-cretained. but the number of the ear is known by local police, who are working on the ease. Foster and his wife were taken to the San Joaquin hospital and treated for their injuries by Dr. X. X. Drown, who states that they will not prove to bo serious. Morris Brearcliff, 2117 Twenty’-tin rd stret. this city, is dead, and IL < Irwin, who lives at Ifochheimer's garage, was slightly injured as a result of a collision which occurred yesterday afternoon on tile highway, 12 mile this side of Taft. BrcurclilF# neck v?as broken, causing instant death, and Irwin escaped a slight abrasion of the scalp and bruise; on the l>ody. Ile was knocked unconscious. Irwin, who is a truck driver fur I loch-In liner. w, s bringing a load of furniture to the city from Taft, accompanied by* his    friend    BrearellfT,    and    his truck was struck on    the right    front    wheel by lin ear of ti. V. Armentrout. who was driving to th** city Iii the same direction, carrying several other pan eiig'-rs. Armentrout made an effort to pass Irwin, it is said, striking the wheel of the truck as* ho passed, canning Irwin to lire control of tin* steeling wheel At    this | ** *i 111 lh*    truck    left the road and plunged over a ditch seven feet deep, chared lf completely* and turned over on the other side of th** band. BrcarcUff wa* pinned underneath, and It waa some time before the body could be removed. According lo Irwin tin* ear driven by Armentrout was going at a high rate of    sped*.    While    Armentrout stopped his car. Irwin claims he did not offer to pick up the victims, but drove on Into the city. An eye witness, who was following the ears close behind, said that Irwin’s statement is the same us he saw It. Armentrout said that he made every effort possible to pass the truck, and after slowing up for it time, sounded horn to warn Irwin that he was going to pars. II** states that he pulled out of the road el* ar of the paved j tort I* rn •>f the highway, into (be a".j, put a, bt pat. cd ire*1" :"«•*' cd bt    ♦**    *t'f right side cf th# read, and the collision occurred. E . - tiff’    ,*-rj*u    »„ Idxon aud was carried later reedy Dr. Morris. Fill’Ll liger company. Irwin to tli<- county hospital ami *•<1, further treatment from Ills injuries are not serious sioll of SFIlf ill BTI t nets, mid Holes pre|M>iid<’i"sinee oil to I net i s- and he is able to be out on the street today. Armentrout was arrested by the local police, but was released on his own recognisance, awaiting tho coroner's verdict, which will be rendered lute today. The Kula * out ny brach of (he Southern Automobile Asso* Infirm rc|H»q« tho following minor accidents: An automobile driven by Harold I tosh-by, a nephew of Mr. Liieogdt- of Oildale. J tan a ear into a telegraph pole tins sill. • morning at the corner*of Eighteenth and I streets and completely demolished the front end of his car. The tender.;, radial' r and hood were a o nplet** loss and the me* bullism of th** engine wan badly damag'd. The young man was driving down tile street when another ear. lintel! lo* Judged was going straight across the strict, turned in front of him, mu It was necessary for him to turn lits ear into the pole to keep from hitting mo other person's < ar. Another accident occurred when S. T. Hey field, an employe of tho King Lumber company, collided with another ear on tin highway a bove the Jack ranch, damaging the fenders end radiator of tile Scofield ' ar. Mrs. Mary Baker v as driving her car. down an alley toward a garage oil Bch st.* et. when a ear backed out of a i areg* causing damage to the lenders ut im j ear. -    a    -    ♦>—    — AMERICAN POLOISTS WIN LONDON, June 28 The American army |s*lo team which will represent the Fritted Slates in the Olympic games at Antwerp won the novices cup this afternoon by ii* Outing tho Fox Hunters Hanelagh chih, !t-3. SIS lilt’ sunning lins suit* or that. thereof, juHt as he finds the fKip-ulartty or the unpopularity’ of candidates re Heeled by those same throngs. And since the. crowds that urge wherever there Is a sign of pre-convention activity, are not, for the most part. Sun Franciscans, since thousands of them ha'** accompanied delegations I across the continent, each individual I therefore voicing Ihe opinion of dele- I gales, leaders and jKiliticians. the gossip ; that comes from every stile has greater significance than usually attaches to gossip, and the sentiment that Is re- ! flecked by It may Is* taken as a senti- I tnenl thai has Its lands in Hie opinions, I tim hopi s, and Hic ambiliou* of thorn* j who will direct til** proceedings of th** j convention, aud of the delegates who! will receive its verdicts. Neither I* on** compelled to rely wholly upon this second-hand information for the lh'* views of those who will, within the week. make history in the party and in the nation. For contrary to the situation that obtains in many a convention, there is a freedom of expression on the part of delegates to this gathering in San Francisco, that seems as a basis for Intelligent opinion ii I *o 11 which prediction* as to coming events may he hazarded with some hope that they will represent the actions of the convention. The Wet and Ory Issue For Instance thor** Is the Issue of wet and dry which, to til** hour of the opening of the doors of the auditorium, ha* had as large, lf not u larger place in the discussions than hits even th** selection of a presidentlal candidate. Fur a time, and with the arrival of delegates from some west central ami north western states, and front western New England and New York, it seemed inevitably, that the Democracy wits doomed to make tilt* blunder of adopting sui a** sort of moist plank lit its platform. But now. at the moment of the assembling of the delegates, one ft. Madam'/ mm /'afft* lieu) NATIONAL CHAIRMAN FIRES OPENING GUN AT S.F. CONVENTION AN FRANS ISC O Al DITORIUM, June 28.—“The blackest crime ever committed in the history of the notion," was Chairman Homer S. Cum-mines’ definition of the defeat of the peace treaty by Congress, in his opening address at the Democratic National convention here today. The convention got under way today with a tremendous demonstration for President Wilson. When a great American flag was rolled up unveiling a large painting of the President, the convention went into a delirium of cheering* applause and demonstration, which continued toward a half hour despite all attempts to resume business. At the sight of the President’s features roars of cheers swept the hall and state delegations taking up the standards which marked their places on the floor paraded about in such a demonstration as usually accompanies the nomination of a successful candidate. Hurrahs for Wilson and cheers for the President drowned oui the band and refused to be checked if there had been any disposition to curtail them. In thc^—--- New York delegation something r approaching a list tight accum-1 panied the demonstration when Franklin I). Roosevelt, assist-* ant secretary of the navy, took up the standard to join the demonstration and several other New York delegates sought to Last Minute News I Boomers Sec (.linn 11 curl on Part of I mer Secretary of or- H A X FRANCISCO, ratio r than tanriidut foremost topi* at tin but tit** aiinoiiit' em* t Mi Alloo * "'itll i|l>t i put now Itll Into Hit-til tv lagan wh'ii tip PPI*ft 'll liq a ii 1*1 {Iv* i i for big i .uh!I*la' y "I Of t ll'* "Itll I tit i< til. Tin* Ml Alloo bouilli t t Ilia moi iii nu xvii it* J nil*' 'U* BH, continuo to be < on v * ut Ion today, d I bat William ti. I* ct i lo nomination boomer* ami today I left oft lust Hight t ga lunation to posh m ut) on th** floor (diMrbiltd Pnst Lea$rd Wire) MENNA, June 28.—The Hungarian ministry has resigned, said a telephone dispatch from Hudapest. Count Albert Appoint, former premier, is reported head of a new coalition government. LONDON, Mounded as June 28.-i result of -Two food to a were Central New plundered. persons are dead and 80 riots in Hamburg, according dispatch from licrlin. Many shops (JENEVA, June League of Nations 28.—The first official meeting of the will tie held here next November. from many a mara hat for iv ho**** liana nouin cl tatci Adoo directi' th* adnoun* i mitIceman I*01 *■ spokesman, I ha til V • ll thai lilt* i chuted. Mc A i lo"'a ( i ii something bkt* didnt** wlil'li v* strength from < to oilier cam|; dc (aration that pin 'd in noiiiin ahead on Mr. dent that Hic t neither Calmer to McAdoo inn (•allot lug, I ■ llitc-up of Fainter fi at, <1* their It WMS Not 11 al t gat iv aid furl cl t iiici,I hum >( T iran Him me ting • ally cir Ina Huger* is aud a field *TKani/.ut ion, would be anet* from Me. supplement tional Foiti-s friend and have be n •mid not be prevent him. Policeman in Scramble * A policeman mixed In the Melamine In *hli'h flat* flow and prospect# of bloody noses a,* oui cd Imminent. Mr, Roosevelt triumphed, however, without any damage being done to anybody? and marched off bearing New York'" at antbird into the dot non a t ra 11 on for the Frnaittcnt. which continued well toward a half hour before Hic delegates would consent to quiet down ami hear Iii** opening prayer. it was a full hour late when tho delegate# finally settled down to hear Vice Chairman Kr Omer'n opening speech prearming National Chairman Horner H. Cummings uh temporary chairman of the convention. After th** prayer came the taking of the official photograph, a bugle again being used to bring tho convention to attention. Vice Chairman Kenner then began his address. Cheers and jells broke) in frequently as the speaker praised Democratic performances of the last eight years and belabored the Republican party as a party of "“destruction and reaction," Tile names of Jolforson and Jackson also stirred iii* demonstrations, and when the league of nations covenant was mentioned a demount rat ion broke out winch was second only to the denmiistratioii given the President When Mr. Kmiler declared tim world wa;1 waiting to bear tim decision of the American electorate on th# league issue.'the convention ro*>* and w’etit in for some prolonged cheering. The Im lid broke out again amid Hie Min int s \\ itll Billcs Add a Military 'I ouch to Convention HAN FRANCISCO, June 28.—Fainter nun from Pennsylvania ciiliv cital the proceeding* as inc convention opened voila). Holm* ut tilt* attorney genera*’# supporters in another part of the hall responded with a roaring P-A - L* M-K-It. Exactly at 12 o'clock, the hour at which the convention was called to connote, the color guard of Marines detailed to lake part In the opening ceremonies lilied up behind the chapman's table. There w*,« two buglers, a color I tearer and two aer#-cants armed with nervier rifles, and their dr* ss uniforms added number pretty touch of color. Most of the delegates knew for what purpose the devil dogs bud taken post. aud their appearance did not cause a stir. Bainbridge Colby, secretary of state. Hie administration floor leader, arrived promptly al noon ami took lilt; seat with lilt* District of Columbin, deb gallop. The I'Minier d< b gat tons st citied to i e monopolising the preliminary demonstration*. Ever) ti w inbuilt s a new Ming for Pallie r would burst out from some part of th* ball when* ti group waved Palmer flag* arid pennant4. Then it would '.at answered from a Palmer group Iii some cheering which marked Hi*' conclusion of loth lier. Meanwhile the *»’*!*•■ went hlle Ii ii from far to - w ho I • * Adoo■ mug .rn* heir can * • OlUlllMtl't ave gone I . pi ated sh to be would it') rn, conli-agree on I ;• sh Ie tin carl; Krenicr s speech, but quiet was siam restored and the format reading of the call of th** conv out Ion followed. Un motion of Fred B. Lynch of Minnesota. the reconinieiulations for (lie temporary organization, including Mr. Cummings as temporary chairman, were adopted without dissent. Henator Phelan of California. Governor Smith of New York mid Mrs Helen tlrenfel of Colorado J were appointed a commit tee to < curl Mr, I Cumming* to th* platform. New Angle to McAdoo Boom The latest turn of the McAdoo homo fora* Idled a new* anglo to the convention preliminaries, hut its precis*) effect on the relative situation of the candidates wa* not yet ch'ar. Announcement that the former secretary of the treasury, despite his dee tora t Iou that he did not want tile nomination, should be willing to Melt VV a variously accepted by* Hie be oiulng man) em; The ga wtr* st l l n th aul W i W I DIXON, Ills., June 28.— Dissension anionic members of the Perkins Grover Lutheran church, south of here, resulted in some of the members breaking into the church (luring the night and with axes and saws destroyed pews and pulpit. showing i a tall, of but it wii d*' - loped eftoits w fuuiida Mo Hi the all"! a1 ion realm rd IMI st M< I«*S||* m lits it ti in th S lie' it M< aid p ad f< appt it, wa* vi aever#I element: By some it wa men bs iterant th Porter* hitherto in th*- ba ck grot MHW would be un aet i \ the 'tart. aiel that in cum clition, like that of at Chicago would have Ding clo*' Ingather on call The latssibllli) of iii* tit brought .* i ii* * cl gilt. ti ti *1 I lop* ■lipid in kei 1 rn I I tender from * quell*'*: til* Republican* t thro* run-oin'ning roll i a develop- •til crowded, but there still >ty seats. Iii lie* particularly bad w Ii do tv and it was said they were tiling because of tbs 'lose Into which all admissions were Th* re were reports of w bolo ti' kel* having disappeared ami ut iou official* vv* re trying to .Millionaire Charged With killing Son TOKUDA II. Nev., June 89.—JI. L Gi-Voux, million.!iie iiiim operator of l/>j Angel* and founder of the town of EIV, Nev., I* under urrest ut Mina. Ne*,, on a el large of having eh "I and killed hi* HOU whit* they were at dinner loge liar yesterday, avoiding to reports received here • According to th* police Giroux said hi* non demanded money in addition to. |i,a.nim ti. had given bim during Iii** last year. The poll'e raid a quarrel enaU '*t iii which father Shot tin* sun through tho head killing him Instantly. Iller Giroux was "rn of the pio-rrotors of Hi** Nevada , upper T t In New ('haneellor of (Jormain on Treaty Pupal! I brei itll* nag* k hor** * recalled * al Chi's sought HARTFORD, Conn., June 28.—lour deaths in (his city from wood alcohol poisoning were reported to the police today. LONDON. June 28.—Two thousand llritish, Austrian. German and Finnish prisoners of war were drowned when a Bolshevik steamer was sunk recently in the Neva river, according to a Helsingfors dispatch to the Central News. A Refuters report from Stockholm would seem to confirm this dispatch, saying that a ship was sunk on the sixth of June with 2000 repatriated prisoners on board. It, however, does not mention any loss of life. HAVANA. at midnight the nails ut O’ int* June 28.—-Downtown Havana was shaken !*.' explosion of bombs in apertures in a polite station. One man    injured by RERUN at a iii iii Pi th rrniiit g-.’tag today eminent n "ti* PHIM ll of vol'aalii* June mc. lh I In ti*' h former euclid", modlfb atlon*. <io ut Ii effort to eve ole I « bo far as ta»**l“'h “More particular!' •'atty and without re gag'in* ut to reduce Ive* neceK&u! v to ma and pollee th* front! "lf Germany ha* 1 git tit# atauisr* <>t ti not to bad filth la .A to ofter lle.M et'f go BAR 'HUVER NEW VCR Iv Jim* mal ■ Kau* Maid. h"ft ■ treaty ie coalition' t> ie every is taken part: iHt boulle! cif > clfei t-a! or mr fill .lbs tlL *f remold al UNCHANGED '.H Bar ->i!’ Dc*. j mer a od champing I what happened to I (ago. Tim Palmer and « to discount th,, apparel I I ba McAdoo allumine! made late lait night b; mitt* email Jaj'c of Tex; Whether he had uni dir from Mr. McAdoo It vv* ever. that malty of th** who have ta en caiiv out much organization « cl tile atu(cillclit of Mr val ue. Too Early for Prediction* Among the Im*h1 Informed politii tho general opinion wa* I ha! It nae too early* lo 'definitely’ fore us t v____ would happen. They *ug>!o*ted that th lajvt* statement only p> t Hie technical situation back where i* was when Mr. .McAdoo announced recently that he did not care to b* considered a candidate. At that time t»oth Attorney General Palmer and Governor Fox were active candidates and their Dupportera were claiming victory. In the pre-convention delegate, tiiutiv of tho**' M* Ado© upf" ter*, pro"" othtr candidate; but the 'it'dimd Hod ay that pi ac* leu My -.very or* of there could be brought hack Th are « r frequent mention of Leuc-. "’it**.J ' J' ii'.' Ma ut which was National t'outwit bout saying *t authorization apparent, hoA-Ic Vdoo workers sing for vote# with-<»r nyntgm. accept -Love at it* lace stilt .bal TO STUDY JAP PROBLEM HH Bv AMI. VV asb.. June W I.* ll Hike J a stmt) of Japanese * audition** ill Full * fondu. Hic house Immigration anil naturalization committee v* ill meet at San I amdt "o July ti Representative Albert Job mon cf \\ aulu tiglon, the chairman, I announce*] here today, aa - ♦ SPINNERS DECLARE STRIKE MEX IFO CITY June 28. • The Mexican I council of spinner* ha# declared a strike I to Invoh« ls.Ofii) worker#, aa.* the Uni- versal. seramhle for i ho bad In.'ti d • o vote I*" MeA'loo mc PHONE 31 To call adverting or circculatlon department* please telephone IL By an error of the telephone company another number, which is connected with lh* edit-" mt department only, h# been »>»•»• -i rn *;>« •j"**.,*>r, in cen v'bf" it '* ad»erijstng or circulation ;