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Denver, Col., September 13
Fair tonight, cool in the north
portion of territory; Saturday
WE GJEDT THJE INTISWS FIRST
ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 13. 1907.
SECRETARY METCALk WHAT WORKING WOMAN
"23" for "C P."
MAIL CARRIER ADMITS ORIENTALS PLAN TO
. DOES WITH HER
Costs Her a Great Deal to
Keep Up tho Necessary
She Don't Save.
MAY SOON LEAVE
Rumor That Head of Navy
Department Intends to
Quit Within Short
NEWBERRY MAY BE
President Will Probably Ask Con
' gress at Next Session to Create
New Position to Be Known
as Secretary of
Washington, t. C, Sept. 13. The
rumor that Secretary ol the Navy
Metcalfe la to retire from the cabinet
Is current ucain an 1 is signilleant
owing to the fact that Mr. Metealle
will shortly arrive here after an ex
tended visit to the 1'aclflf; coast. Tiie
Metcalfe retirement rumor springs
up again and again, and this time
it comes from a higher source in the
It is undersuol that Assistant Sec
retary Newberry is fluted for the of
fice, lie has cabinet aspirations and
is a personal ftU.id of the president.
Ills aspirations add strength to the
report that Mr. Metcalfe will shortly
retire, as it is known that President
Koosevelt seeks to advance Mr. New
berry. Coupled with he Metcalfe report
is one that the president contem
plates asking congress to create a new
cabinet official, one tj b) known as
secretary of transportation, and who
will exercise control of the Interstate
commerce commission. The work of
the commission is advancing to such
an extent that it is believed the presi
dent desires an advisor who will be
In constant ua-li with Vrni on all
matters relating to railroads and
transportation In ueneral.
The navy department, under the
eontrol of Secretary Metcalfe, has
been conducted according to Hie
president's ideas, and it Is not due
to dissatisfaction that Metcalfe rnsiy
quit, according to his closest friends.
He has Juno everything In his power
to build up tho department and to
make the navy the world's most
powerful peace maker.
riniiiKil lMg Cruise.
Metcalfe was the head of the
plans for the foil? cruise which the
navy is now about to undertake. Il's
first Intimation to the president met
with til.' t-."cii i ive's. hearty approval,
and 1 i, isc i' 1 1 immediately added to
the idea uniil the cruise a'oout to
be undertaken from the Atlantic to
the l'ncilie by the great Meet was
fully worked out.
Superintendent of Tran -.porta. ion
':e.-i!"nt lions, veil believe in
f'M' rul control of radmntls as f ir n
possible, and to work out hi' Inois
he is n'nnnt to ask cona're-s to cr. ate
a cihiiii i ofllc,' that v I'l not onlv i
piv the I, d illln is: I .1 i . , ! , i.ltrol ,.f
the r.i dioad--. -hut place tliein in ill
let int :( t v. Kit the entire execu
tive d. parlna nt.
:i SAVES AH
I- 'lllly'v I ILL
CUIIUU 0 Lli
t Se,,,. , !
e !,.. v - . ,e Kii'fc 1' 1- 1
'I- id' el u -t : 'a . !o. an Ital-i
iv. d n. .n tod. iv
: : v.i. iv v . o iimi- I
I by A.; ,-rt 'Jhiia- j
em-, ,...., una cen-
donci".!.' I why Ii.- j
d tile pi.-vlou;
ii die'.'. a ku
lib lii'ii and in ti.
.'. ' - V .IS i,se!).!i hied,
s ' a ' I 'M l-ut to:i
i- .. as ,el,.,a..,j
mm IS KILLED EH-
E001E 10 HEOBffiaiSi'KrB
II .I cpri..,;.. M k.. S.
ia U a ie ., , v t nil , iei i
a.rd 1 il i., s u i- 1.,. ; 1
il !l lie 1 ..! i . i ,i a w a e
ridmg v. ah him w as j
.. ll! Inn
i i. ..lay K 1
.y I.,,;.. nai
ia. A L..y
JO 1 Ulleoli-
ions. T,ie te nil "1 h.!..e.s lav dead :
in 1 ! i e foil,
l',ac of 1'..
sea nil was
body t u ,d.
X Jiil' sls li.nl as- ,
a u: e i pa lion of the mar- i ,
lies, .111.1 It, il lie f.iiied I
at lie- appointed lilllr
insl.tuti'd ail'l llU deu l :
t i) srl;l.il I't.l 1
;'ii.rv or mi iidiik.
.1, t" ! ... .-' id. 1 -Francis--
. . n;;,i ie '. i
!iiti.',,i e:in til-; inur-'
J.u. eio and c'asi iin-1'.j '
a I i.12.1. w.i.-j louilil f
gaily v oliiaia' y maii-'auijliti-r by
a and jury i i tin- di-iri.1 court !
i'l.iay. .ift.-r 15 li'Uis' deliberalioi).
(loi..al.s was i iiisiatde and kill-j
i.i il, ! v, o men at a d nice given at
i-.mi .1 l'lara .- oi.e vveeks us,o. His!
p' i ..... .i. !, i ,e.
i'Ki.siii: r Di : i).
New Voik. .--ept. Ill i). Wii'ls
Junes, -a.-uior lnember of the firm of
rindps-I indvre and Co. of this idty,
died today at I'lVlim Woods, N. II..
ag-'T 75. Me was president of the
(loldeii Hi . Corporation ani tiie
Hout hw est ti n Investmi-iit company,
vice president anj director of North
ern .Securities company, and director
of thd Northern l'aeiiic railw ay com-1
ALL SHE EARNS GOES
10 PAY EXPENSES
How a $75 Per Month Salary Dis
appears When Used In MalnJ
talnlnrj Her Simple Es
tablishmentClothing Is Her Big Item.
As a rule the young woman clerk
In Albuquerque receives in wages less
than $10 a week; woman bookkeep
ers seldom receive more than $50 a
month and there are a few stenogra
phers who receive as much as $75 a
month. In speaking to a dozen young
women acquaintances, all girls, who
work for their own support, in part
at least, a Citizen reporter did not
tind one who saved money systemat
ically and none that saved as much
as a hundred dollars a year. Fully
half maintained that it was impossi
ble for them to lay by a cent and
two or three of these receive substan
tial assistance from their parents in
addition to what they earn.
It is the popular opinion that the
working girl is more given to saving
than the working man, but the Citi
zen's Investigations as far as they
have proceeded do not bear out this
theory. It is hardly to be inferred
that the working women of Albu
querque are more extravagant than
those of other cities then why do
they not save money? In the first
place many of them are not actually
compelled to work, but prefer to do
so in order to dress In style and have
plenty of spending money; and in the
second place It is a very expensive
proposition for a girl to live weil and
dress well. There is a class of work
ing girls in tills city who must sup
port themselves entirely by the wages
they receive, and as a rule these a-,"
the most poorly paid. Moreover theT
is more saving in this class than
among those more fortunate, yet it
is an impossibility for them to make
any pretense to be what a woman
calls "stylish." When it is absolute
ly necessary a girl, by sharing her
room with another girl and conduct
ing a light housekeeping establish
ment after working hours, may sub
sist on a few dollars a week, but this
is nut living it is mere existence and
it means "goodby" to any beauty the
girl may have at the outset.
She 1 -ll us $75.
The ('mures (.resented here do not
deal vv itn the cost of living fir one
of this p-n;er cia,-s, but vv r.h the
i i-t utjivlm; ,-f a y.iiiitir lady w ho,
earns ! i.'i a month. Miss .Smith, as
-he may be calico for till; put po -c
of i ! 1 u . . ; ation, is a sle,ne,rjpiier and
dor-a in '.. as a i i:lc, need i , .i.nk .-
liar I as to , ,ive h-r ii: e.l n'll , ia r
ci. nor. .-'h works on an average
of .- ei boars a day and nuives in
a t ; :,',;x a- of s..c!y in tills city.
-'i his iai a. i:es here avd is en
t.icly dependent on li -r saia.y for
a i:'... i y an c.vei a i , .na i ly iini'im-
' !:" . 'i.i: aniei.t see U able to -
if'1 1 u'lh a l':"-ate
!t.iin..y i..r ii . . eck. and 'ui'.-,.1l-s i
lli !. is iae use ,,r kilcacll
',;' ' t!"' 1"'-'" ' aim,.
' 1 ' ' M--- 'a ..i ia i'i" suainnr
foi hi r
a iii-i..i ii
of f J L'., i w ei k
.lid vv.t-hitiir. anil
a 11 a d
!!! 'i-i a ;i;
A li , ia .- a .i't
in " u.iy end i
i u a - I ,
mi n .mum pi h e
up" t.i-t in ' ie :.p; i
aio-ii i. , s sit ,is h i- j.aia
. .- lilt ,vl-u d. me up l.y the v, ;, ;
Ionian v. .to d e s 1 1 1 r p j ; i vaiaau::
i-a '. ii i he w . ; -t is :, .j .rate ;
HI"'" I- ' t 1 'he laaa fry. U'h. .1 '.".'on
iuleia ililiiL ait.ay w.'.li a ila!I d -iie
aiae;- v.a.-'s one jii. waist v. ill las
o, .V' .".iioui s;X llloi.ilis.
i'i".--'. ; a . d .-.i an. a ..Wt m-i
il ;.; p,.;j,-.,.,- a Iv k I .. is .i
a year I' ! pre -s n
li'T i i eliiel' 1 a I ex ; el,
'! the 'ua In c . I
fia; : I, l. al --, ii i ni. j. e .:
-"-i l. Ie e. , ;s, ll;,il.l,:'.
tn'.s. hi'iadav a... I '
el.t- .1,1,1 a. ,-,r ,., a.
in l clt-auiug.
ii ill', il ln-
' eit' eiiouery.
it .lie! eta il 111
h.i.r p. i -.
h.-i- j .... r -.,'
j ,,,, .'.",r 'i-t.,.
ad.- li, p ex pen.. for
w an h e ,s l.-i-t i ,
',. it l.s .1 f- I
outi m ... I ;
Xjl.'.l - a ii j: i
Al:-s :ii::h ,
ti.-u.'t lor tnc peri u in el
t i i'ea:l-.e Ih.s it.-m o
I it is a la- t, iievertii..-le.
j spends al,:ii ;,o
i i i ii.s a i.io ., 'a ! - i
S 1 -" U a y, ,ir for i ,:;.-,'
r.ir lor t.. i. h pa-;.- sac i
at pi JJ
u-e I two u;, cent tubes a
111 r fet-i near w Itn.--. a , -,
ol' pi.vder a luoniii. which
i'i . a year, oesiden (e-ann prepa-
ratio:-s fir her fn-e aid hands wn.c.i
cost in r $12 a year.
Must Have I'ov.ihr.
"If a girl in this eiiy t. lis y .ii .-lie
does not us,, powder and fa - cte ma,
. - lie ei'h-:- has a tier, e c. u, p!--x i.m or
is a not tilling the truth. -aid .Miss
."snitin. ihis diy climate makes It
ahs.ilute'y ni'.-i s-.n y that we u -c cer
tain pi . I'.ira; ion f.,r the skin. I u-p-thne
d.fi'eretit kinds every day; in
the morning before bathing my face
I put on one kind of cream; then I
put on aiiothi r kind, after which 1
Use face powder. At niuht before go
ing to lied I use a massage cream.
Most of these preparations cost CO
cents a jar or bottle and in the
(Continued on I'ae I our.)
LUSITANIA MAKES NEW
Over Five Hours Faster Than I
Best Time Heretofore
NW VLS5EL GIVEN
Xc.i' Yojlt. Sept. 13.- A m w ,-f . am-;
-hip record between the European
ports n i . il Ne.v York n:n made by
the Cui.utJ Una
la .V st'.il.t ttll'll'lic
sliip, i-u.si:aiila, which utiiveU leiu
t lay. The I.u.sitania 1 it yiu-eiis-
o .n the neP'e-t I r ms. i , ,. ,.
' l,K ' 'l 1 la 1
1 ' A ,u' :i: "' eiiii-:,..!i
day. and nriivi-d at su iy llouk
: I" I .,!..y,
i da i
iu'jr a ..a
o. !' .".
i u a s. ie-.,;
".l iiiinut, --. This, is ii,..
i. ' n.iiiu:,, !, ::e;- tj,t!11 t
;i an.s 1;,,', n oi k t
'-. I leO
a . . J '.J n.
'lie 1. .ie., a. a ot ti
n i ew I'a.iiii
' let ( 1-jng an 1
t ..I'm' Ions il...,.
n in Wainut
Tw.ifth street, i
t 1 1 'i'l !,! h sill i. '
.h l.a iiiiaia h
'a:'.-. s'iie is .-'ai j.
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on !. i.ae. ..
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t ina . e i '
f et. I.ieadii
s - - till
I. .a I.
l e i, Lie U ,
' s ll... .- JJ.j.i r. ..I- i pel
.s'.-.v York i i la , nioiii li.
I--. !il.,..d v.i:l, 1,. r ,. co, 1
. i ;
if' - P r hour ! l'. luou.ii.
Noi-V J lei'etH ion.
Ii' - S.itip .l.i.S .J-'. Kil l lli.il
i!i..s i,i, d i.iu....e; w ... ii -iie appeared '
.-',.ii i. k ih.i ii.oi ii. lii; ijUl lilll ;
; a i'Jii- .. ..s li. ailed t.i' 111., p. ei ..ilini; I
ii.ii. . Wa.-d.i ill tile io,,el Ly ii 1 1 j -
i'. I 11. n:, i.iij liew whistles in i
ia'.e, an 1 tlie Lusituiii.t' biU'j tii,i:i i
a .. ci tail ily luAelcl Ulii I ,i.J !
a,; .i I i.i f kiio ,i 1. ...II1lM of tile I '.- 1
. . J lee:. Shu .s..mW' jd.ealile J up file j
' . -y for tut: lieu Atubies. channel, ;
. a c.-.'f eiu.iy for vcAsels of jinii :
diafi, and n.is tlie i.i to u-.- .; in
iiit-i.ii;,' ,iie poll uf X.-.v Vo: k.
BANK IS HELD UP
BY LONE ROBBER
I'iait-mouth. Neb.. S.-pp Ill- -The
I . ink in tiie villus- of Mauley, .six.eeii
nines from here, was In 1.1 up !i,r! ly
le lore noon today l.y a 1 lolih.-i a ,
i h not betvieeii $2.("l iiiel J ll.mi'l I
and es.apid. It is reported that lie
is siirrouu.leil in a coriitieUl near the
town of .Mur. lock. !
The holdup i-uteivd the bank ubil.e
Cashier Idsh was alone, ani handed
the latter a letter, asking that he '
read it. It was a demand for $3,00(1. j
When Iish looked up the robber had !
him covered with a revolver, and i
threatened to shoot if the money
was not instantly handed over. I
INSANE PATIENT THREW
Is Crushed to Death Beneath
Alassivc Street Paving
FKICHTI UL SUICIDE
ukee, Wis., .-:,.i,t. is, Frank
t.rr. ; ,)( l)eeatur. 11.. an insane pa-vi-
i.'. from an ', a;.,.. i, hi chutspi of
an. attendant, ce:iiii.,lted sal, i,je this
all.rnoon ia s-'mal ( thou.-ands by
j;:npiu; in frdt of a massive steain
: ' ' U"' "! ': wll had llim
eha.ge vv e,-,- standing In the west
,.i the lair 'i.unds where a
' samid's ot siP'd liming is laid in tile
I - Of spei latol s. I
i'ea-r. pdieed ll..,
" h.ud t lie steam
ii i.nsT back .s ai d.
u. 1 not st op a
:. ! time for the
a .tract the n '
a.. J. Ailken. of
a .1 Hie r,,!'.
I : r i e-. 'A i : ii. .1. ; v. i :
i. ad o.i ii." g;..u:. i
, . a r a : ii v as .-:
hlie lea ny villi.. ...
. ni. I TiU'i'i' u a
...I.i1 iv .s el .nilea 1 .
te e oi no d ; w , : ,
'e' ia; 'ie :. n i
Mll-ilcd liie in.,., I, ,i jelly. Tile
-' IV t. ii now il I.. . Ii' IIUKi- ro.
a - tile e.i a i ' w a , . . ,i..i
lai-iilor of .vi telline-.
i a : e "u. 1 1. . .. j i i a ven ; or ul'
i. m a .!i : i. - ..; minor ion-e-
1 1 ii... I i . . I 1 .le s . a ii., r-
ai"' a .ei t Ii . -i, i ',, a ml .hid
. .... a , . t ; i i ei . .f v lo
r tlie a a-eie-.i ;
. ii -a reni.i: k- i '
machine t ijii
t ,t I-.i" .-' one
. : is tile oth.-r
Kit he i.:i-e,l
. oi 111 UK uiitil a
Pl "pie illd.- ;
aid happened " i
A: iiila s il 1
s b i. Ie..
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lie .- I ' o I
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a' til" ni
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POLE TRIP FOR
Disastrous Start on S.pt.
Crippled Mis Airship
! 'frond n.ieiu, N u .i
.Walter t i ina n, a
ma u-d'hie.. i;. .-li. i a id
iiicd at 'i'roinsoe
boai d the l-'i nil elt iiom
itell .m his vvav home He a 1. 1 , , ,n n e. I
cd that he had d-liilil!y abaudened
lor this year after a disastrous trij
,1a his airship, the propo.-ed attempt
to icacIi the north pole.
The air.-hip made an ascent on
.September Z in a siioiiu iiurlliweslcr-
ly wind w hich drove her southwards
over the land. 1' was found uec -
essary to cut the balloon adrift from
the other parts of the airship but it
was recovered after a two days'
Disturbing Elements Sent
That Stock Down a
Few Points Today.
IT RECOVERED PAKT
OF LOSS BEFORE CLOSE
N'ew York. Sepi. lit.- The dis
lu.en.n iiui baits of yesierday in the
! i ' 1 11 a ie i . strain. ,J tlnar intl'.i
le in iJi,. a.-e-iv uial'l.et today ;i n 1
ie' i.e,.. , ie.. a, in., t-d I'opper,
' 0 all opened ,i ide. the lii -I sa les ,.f
' liia. s ,,f that slock selling
: ii. uitan. ..iisiy at (Jo and f. i .. a
'lepaled I a I I '. last i't. '1'helif
V"" il sir I"':I l eouimd to t;o 'a.
''opper i. imri. aie ad ,li-eouiair-aeeordii
;,' to the element which
s 1 rei:m I tie .e-!,i,. in -looks, a n,
ii" rapidly 1 1 il wiied Hie in lee of
h i s
e P! 1
- e.lll-e,l tl
Ie-' p, ,,ny
Aula' .;a in
d- d. In
n and tiie i.p-
pr e mi panics arc
led tiu.t III.' Ani.i!-i-iM
a 1 iri.r' (..',
r a! 1 edits, and
l uai uiioldii.e; th.-'r
rod il ' .. oi cont In ll"S
n .- . u ni u 1 a 1 1 , a 1 1 nl
.;: t.n; id ihiliiy of )
; liloay ti, ,t eopper
1: :' -I' a w hiie, but
el to feel (olllident
I ud ill i la 1 lb- pr.-s-to
l"i f. i. t e and
tin- market can
. ke 1 cents. Miners
no '.a I a ga in at be
eni I iiat is. in the
.: so, alter a period
1:1 (he 111, -a n ,V ill le
a n vv. h"te near 1
had bct!-r ! kept
: i e
i : u i e.
IB A TOWNSiTE
Z . .-'. lit. Hi. A decis-
ieed.-ie.l by the land
ia I - iii i lie c i of lliy v s.
ii.e to lh" toWllSile of DIM-
A.-eol -l la.' I i the I 11 1 i 1 1 sV. title I -i
e,..,.'i Win. ,-..l to all that portion
.-; tin- lll.l' I" t'lWl.site lint occupied
i.i the buildi.iKs and itn provemeii's
.Sept. 1:1. "f others re-idiiiH wiihin the xald
1 ot the Well- '.own.-i:e. Nolice of appeal was tiled
expedition, iu-.o.l.'l III" decision of the local olllelals
si evemii'i; mi,. i ill S" in Hie com m : ssiuii,. ,,f ihe
li e al Washington for revi
si, o i and tinal sc tt leliiell t.
j The property in dispuie consti I ules
! the town of Oracle, which Is forty
j miles from Tucson on the northeast
slope of tiie Catalinas. It was orig-
inally oecupie.l by William Neal as
'ranch properly, but has become a
i health resort of noie. Beside Nell's
! hotel there are a number of cottages.
Including,' the residence of 14. b Hay
in whose name the contest was liie I.
Tiie value of the improvements is in
lexcess of $4t),0UU.
Charles Leroy Confirms His
First Confession Be
Las Vegas Robbery Still Unsolved
Though Officers Believe They
Know Man Who Did the
Work-One of Boldest
Raton, X. M., Sept. 13. Officials
hero state that Charles Leroy, who
with a companion was .arrested for
complicity in the theft of the pouches
containing $5,000 in registered mail
here recently, today repeated In the
presence of witnesses, his Hrat con
fession and nlllrmed Its truthfulness.
His companion was proven not guilty
Leroy was employed by the Santa
Fe as mall carrier, a position he had
held for some time. Postmaster Hill
recently cautioned him to watch the
mall closely as a number of robberies
had taken place In various cities.
ThoiiRht He'd Try It,
"I'd read of these rohbpries and I
thought I'd try it myself," declared
Leroy. The prisoner stated that he
cut the pouch open while carrying It
(o the depot, and took Its contents.
He kept the contents of two letters,
15 each, and burned the rest, Includ
ing drafts. In the depot furnace. He
threw the pouch away. Another
pouch which he stole did not contain
valuable mail so ho hid It In the
weeds near the station.
Did Xot Know Their Vuluc.
Leroy destroyed the letters and
drafts out of the first pouch because
he did not know their value. Ha
admitted that he thought them
worthless, and knew, , in any event,
that ho would run considerable risk
in attcmptln! 10 turn them Into ca,h.
jus euiupa nion, w no was wuu mm
when he was arrested and who was
detained pending Investigation, Leroy
stated knew nothing of tho robberies
and had no share In them.
The express packages vhlch Leroy
took from the depot express olllce
contained clothing and this he kept.
Most of It has been recovered, as
hits als.f practically all the mail
which lie did not burn.
lie will be held pending the con
vening of the next federal grand jury
when It is believed lie will plead
1 'elective Snow den, of (he l-'anta
spe"l il service, Is entitled to the
credit of the arrest. Ho Mispde.l
s niie of the depot employes and his
Inve'tiu it. on.s co Here,! nu Leroy,
whom he 1 1 n . 1 1 1 y decided to an est.
" Arre-H nt lais Vej;:is.
As yet tile my.-'o-y of the ilisap-
I" a; . na !' tile l eLpslei'.-d mail poll 11
will its o, in ien ; -', iiieiuding ?:i,.'."i.
lrom the (.as Ve.ipis depot Ail:. 1 ',
iias n u Peon .sol vr to the : atlstaet ion
I'd :ae i, id. ..,s ihoiu'a tiny believe
tin V 11 IV.' tile lilell ill view who eoiil-
u.i, e.l ill,, crime. Two employes of
lii-' ,-anI.i l-'e are under air. i Ida ni-e,
laii iij. In lii'e lh y hale litre! a;!
covet. .1 all r'lid, if they a re guiity. .
.lilea .-line of I il c "111. .'la do ;. it lie-
Wiim i'.olil Afl iir.
1 s i. iv MaS i.ili- ll from 1 he
., .1 i
U A' I
a y 1
i lie 'f a. e of hll'ld'aal.-
a id led n i" .: th'-ni
tie' i. ni, h v. .i i in the lia.nls
!'. '1 ii e man. or men, walked
ip 1 i III" p.!e of -li i l, pi-ke.l
I'-e.i'ed Hi- -,'i .'iv, s . 1;
l.ed oil' Willi i;. Th-d- i.old
. .1 : a. in t . a. n I In to e 1 .a i a Mis-
By VOOi FiiiEl
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r on p
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I I' -.tally .
in' a e itn ;..
' 11' f -
l and in-
i i -1 1 1 at
i i in i .
: ( i .i It a m
i i u , ! ' d - j---1 1 1 rooms,
lain l.a.a ; d p i rti I i.oi.
'.ms i, 1 1 . in k. a ride,
v n.-ei, ,y d ,s.-h:iri;ed.
- d iaioiraii lh.1 par-
a 's f t,
ll w 'S
U I I
: . ' e ' 1 1 a a 1 e a : . i " I .-' ,i , ei'.s brain.
In-. r.h .las i a -!,i i: : i n... e.is. Sweet
lias 1 i;t's uf ;ii;e i.nd ;i resident
of laden. Tin- v oiiisT man wliu d:s-.diite.-d
lii,. tide came to Thateh-T
and -una .adored to tho oilieers. Ho
V. I- e.Voael I I . I by I ' , 1" 1 1 I" l.il.Vtoil.
A QUICK VEROiCT
I'l MURDER CASE
Trinidad, Cole, Sept. 13. Juan
Kspino.u. tried oil the charge of
in ardi-ri iik Alex obretiKkl, an orga
nizer for the I'nlte.l Mine Workers,
lasi May at iluwby, was acquitted of
liie cbuige tonight end released from
custody. The jury was out a little I
over an hour.
The verdict was returned In the
face of i lie sivurn testimony of three
witnesses, who tesililed that they saw
Kspinoza lire the fatal shot. Other
witnesses swore that they were pres
ent al the time of the murder, but
did not see who fired tha shot.
TIE UP SHIPPING
Mongolians at Vancouver Are
Armed and Preparing to
Cripple White Man's
JAPANESE LEAD III
Angered Over Refusal to Permit
Asiatics to Land la British Co- J
Iumbla. They Are Taking
Affairs Into Their
Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 13. The
situation growing out of the anti
Oriental riots has been suddenly In
tensified by the remarkable resolu
tion displayed by the Japanese and
Chinese and their genius for organ
ization. The Industrial strike they
have suddenly organized threatens
to tie up British Columbia complete
ly. It is growing In popularity
among the Orientals hourly and
many veiwels are now unable to
leave British. Columbia ports be
cause their entire Oriental contin
gent has deserted.
The Japanese seem to be the mov
ing spirits of the great organization
and Into It has been cast the for
tunes of all the secret societies. The
Hindus do not appear capable of co
operation with the other two races,,
but they appear to fear the energetic
action of the others.
The Mongolians have secured a
large number of guns and, revolvers
and a big supply of ammunition. As
a rule these types of Immigrants do
not know the use of firearms, but
many Japanese recently brought
over are veterans of tho Chlneso and
ItUNsian .wars and are proud of their
skill in nandilni? modern firearms, as
well as their discipline.
On Sunday another ship is due
with BOO more Jnpanese. Another
outbreak is likely to follow their ar
rival. Tiie thrtat of -t Sfl'ititaVf" .V4
they have really made threats to
burn all Vancouver if the foreign
(tuarterb ire destroyed, lias added to
(iovernm nt Confer.
Communication with the Imperial
government in Ottawa drrect has
been under way constantly since
Saturday iilnht. Tokio, loo, has been
heard fiuni directly, and tho Japan
ese consular offlceis are displaying
resolution, hut great tact. They" ad
mit the authorities aie doing their
best to control the tituilon.
Tlie whole I'acillc coast Is tinted
against tlie flood of Orientals, but a
very nunil fraction favors tiie laiv-ie.-s
spirit now beini; i.i:sp!aycd.
l'roininetit members of the forelprn
cdony look upon tin' saiuoiion as
very gr:ii.'. 'I he J.;..:..--- are hol.l-ine-
ii'iis-i in.... i Ins i in various parts
id trie l i r j . til il i,l iia-l-, and It 4
'i.i:'. 'id i o- tie- ;,-i l.-i .-, who tteii. r-
11.. .1 !- a!.. (II -- 1 . I ! '11 t if better
I art "f valor, ti eciiioi tiie- i xelt
ihlidy of the-..- e, em i iv . : Although,
iiie an'. liorilO-a ale ik-ini' :' liny eati
i ., p -,- a I 'i ; h. r o a- V a te, it Is
d lit I I I
1 1 tin s'
S. l ioii-
ri 'U - e -
I ; ;. ! e U l . 1.0 tU
I a 1 i . 1 1 .
Si lent ion.
! of Mi u:ii.,i'iri
el ill Vle.V llf lill,
, i:h .1 i- 'ii t,v tiie
lit ia iiie I m seS-
-. -.'i ; 'i so a;,.,- ;.s t
i -:' ' j..: rties
ey ei, a.-r to travel
a- I oi, a.le tt .- of the
. ni-.y full
' 1 pe,--,1
i I ir
i i p
. i '
nil -I I' , I i. I
ti'Mtc. 1 ;i-i -h '
.V and . : I
I' d . .-
OF FUEL IN EAST
i'ilil.lilalph; i, fa ,
I hi i '.' end b lllill
s iy Ihat i l e i " d ,.;ii
S' lions 1 i 1 1 . - u i - i I ' 1 1 1 1 I i
is freely pre ,, i. d "
winter there will be
; ! t An.
i is growing
'an', and it
many st.eS of fuel.
Tho supply ..f waier has alr-ady
become a serious pr-ibiem in the an
thracite rettion. The labor supidy
has been b"ioiv norm il for sei.-rai
we. ks. 1,'oth iinthraeite and bitumin
ous op,-::. '.its ate sell.tii; cell fr"!U
--'lore ...tucks to supp.y tne Ueeiand.
THAT HE RESIGNED
.Denver, Colo., Sept. 13. The Re
publican today prints an interview
with J. V. Welliorn, president of the
Colorado fuel and iron company, in
which ha denies the report printed
yesierday and telegraphed over tiie
country. Ihat he had resluned.
"There Is no probability that I will
rcsieju," said Wi'lboru.