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TWELVE PAGES TODAY
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
BISBEE, ARIZONA.SITNDAV MORNING, APRIL 28, 1912.
RESCUE PARTY '
DFF FDD WEST
Transport Buford Will Sail
from San Francisco and
Will Ho as Far as
WILL PICK UP ALL
It Will Be Necessary
Put Searching Parties
Ashore at Some of
SAX FRANCISCO. April 27 The
first specific appeal to tho transport
Ituford, on her trip for west coast
Mexican iorts, beginning Monday
noon, was received here today from
Paul F. Carpenter, of Los Angeles
H"o asks that a search party 1m- ent
lor George Carpenter,
engineer in charge
work at Topolobampo,
heard from throe weeks ago at Gua
savo. twenty miles inland from Topo
lobampo. At that time George Car
renter sent word that his camp had
been attacked and swept clean of
everything portable, including fire
Need Searchiing Parties
Tho r reliability is that there will
be need of other inland searching par '
ties and rescuo expeditions, which 1
makes tho otlicers here anxious thntj
the Bulord should carry a hundred or
more armed men, as well as provls-
Ions and full hospital equipment. No
such orders have been received. San
Diego will be the ituford's first Call
fonila coast stop, and Topolol ampo raft laid as-ide politics today an I1 unwise," the action or the Titanlc's
tho first Mexican stop, while Salina donning his old grav cap and sweater commander in rushing at a Biweil of
Cruz will be the last and southermost I ho relieved his feelings on the naVj twenty-one knots through tho night
At San Diego Claudo P. Guyant, I tusrol golf'ljnlis. banging the golt when ho had been advil of the prox
agent of the state department, will .ball around the course. The lresb I hnlty of the ice. The Mount Temples
bo taken aboard. At each iort of j dent plaed with Osden Colgate, ol commander tet,tlfiJ, ht had- spent
rail tho Iluford will receive orders New York. Out or respect for th twenty-seven years in the North At
where to make the next stop. The I presidents ieellnge. there was m Iantlc whenever ice was about, he
.. . x .i. ... . n ! !.... ' fnllmi'infr its 1.1 .1 irfll A ... ...... .
inucary tuus is tencaiive, ihil as ui
present laid down, follows In order
tho ports named. San Dlcgo, Topo
lobampo, Altata. Maiatlan. San nias.
Teric. Manzanillo. Acanulco. Salina
Cruz and then home. At Topolobam-.
in.. 250 Vnitetl States citizens are
Work Is Rushed
Work on tho Iluford is being rushed
at top speed. She was out of com
mission when called on for duty Her
crew will he made up from offices
and crews of the transports Sherman '
and Sheridan, both having recently
airived from Manila. Taking on l.GO0
ons of coal, sufficient for forty uajs
steaming, it is estimated her trip
will tako about ix weeks. Two wlre
1p nnerators will be carried. The
transport Crook Is also being fitted j
for possible duty, and is ieini, jiALTIMOrtE, April 2T The outys
equipped with wireless '(Ion of tho temporary organization ot
TO BOSTON CROWD
Failed to Abuse Taft
He Has Been Doing
Last Few Nights
i.ncTrv- r,rii "T noston cave."' ivcniircm, as icwi.. s"Jii
BOSTON, April -.- uosion b"e . . ,tnr.in of Missouri
dent a7a1n criticized Taft. He did,
not ropeat. however, me severe u i
nunciation which marked his speech
in Wnri-psicr last night- "I do not
wish this to be a campaign of ikV.j
eonatitles between Taft and myself,
said Col. 7tooi.ev.elt. 'Last ni&ht I
felt compelled to refer to T.vft a,
length, tonight I shall refer to hirs
only as I feel I must."
ooseveu toniMii . "X ,""; ' now ergean.-at-arms of the national
.ens ttong? r fo"r,nrpresi:;co0mm. . as sergeant-at-arms of th.
I banking and currency announced to-,
... r, .. p. .idav It sent 3COM letters to national,
Mackav-Bennett Is Due to ?tate and MiVfitc savings banks an
Reach Port Sunday or
HALIFAX, April 27 The Macay
Bennett Is duo late Sunday or early
Monday with the bodies of Astor,
Strauss and other victims of the Tl
t.nnie. recovered from the sea.
Blank certiflcates, reading "accl-
denui cleatli," are prepared for the
nrtfnn of the coroner's Jury, to I'
tilled with the names of the dead CHICAGO, Arril ?7. Steps toward
as soon as ascertained. the liquidation or 'he obligations of.
Only relatives of the Titanic v5e-l:no wabash railroad were taken t
tims will be allowed on the docks ox uaj. when l'edcraj Judge Carpenter j
In the morgues, where the coffins will , entered an order directing the re-;
be opened. 1 ceivers to ralre a million and a baif
The unidentified will bo burled iojby meaiu. of certificates of Indebted
cemeteries bera ncss.
Madero Ordered Railroad
Managers to Quit Haul-
inir it-Will Hurl
OROZCO GETS MONEY
EL PASO, .pril 57 - An order de
olnrlng cool a contraband of a'
v-hldi Tnai seriomlv affect all InduB-'
tries lu northern .Mexico was issued I
b Prc-ident Madero today The or,
ler. served on General Manager For-
rls of the Meico Northwestern ra'l
way, demands that tho railroad de
cline to handle "a single lump." It
is understood tie Mcxlco Northwest
n .. It .m,. llm nlv- lltm lf -1 1 1 II '
iow the only lino ""crathi,::
Chihuahua which has a tor-
v 11 in iit. ,
th rou eh
! minus at fl I'aso
The Mo.vican ("en-
Jlral Is under rebel contral and it
northern terminus is in Juarez. .mo.-.i
of tho coal luo'isht in for use of ihe
smelters and oilier industries is said
to Iirvc fallen Intc the hands of the
rebels who luive uied It to run trains.
It Is said that man) of the largest
(ihIiilIi-Iim In tlin uf'itjk Af I Tlithitnliii!!
will have to close within two woeLs!
if fuel is not forthcomin?. I
The waning treasury o' the rebels
is to be replenished by $22n.Ono U
gold by arrangements, between fien-
eh party 1m- -ent " ;"' "?" , I". i Qf Terr i
r. American chill" '''b"', Jold to Amc
of the irrigation "'"J"" V0 ?av Orozco $5 Per1
h. who was last ho agreed to iia orozco So ppri
eral l.uls Terrazas anil Oror.co. For-
GOLF BALLS Ulli
for a X hile
Running too Fast
NEWARK, April 2.. President
s-iii.-i. ""'""'"o "- "- --
Taft will leave Waehingtoa Sundnx
night for MasMwhi-iotts to contln-ic
hi campaign reiore the presidential
primaries wuicu ... .. m-.u '""i
DECIDED 10 WAIT
lempornry urbanization o:
I the national democratic convention
there next June was brought up in a
I meeting of the sub-committee of the
I national democratic committee on
..w..Annnfa Imlot lint fll drlnnnAl
I aiiail5ClllllllO IWU.' I .. ".. uavi.j. v.,
when Chairman Slack argued any at '
itempt by tho committee to organize,
'?h mn vent inn miirht be construed
las an attempt to influence tho con-j
j vontion In ravor of one candidate.
SI Col. J. T. McGraw, o' West Virginia,
(brought up the question. He proposed
the selection of United States Sena
I tor Ogorman, of Nev. York, as tern-!
j icrary chairman and Urey Woodson, j
v w -. -
MONEY TRUST" NOW
First Step Is Call on All
Banks for Statement
of Business i
WASHINGTON. April 2" As the
first step in the investigation of the
, money trust, 'he house committee on
o'.-- tha rtintrr tnd to loan nni
trust fitiu.imes .t .inj Informal ton
regarding all phase? of their bu?!-,
ness and a statement of their con-,
dltlon at tb close of business April j
LIQUIDATE WABASH DEBT.
certificates of Indebtedness to 3e
Issued by Receivers,
NOT SEND OUT
Flu I urc of Titanie'.s Master
to Report Correct Ij Her
1 oration Shown by
WAS EIGHT MILES
PWAAI pr tfp TV1 MIJ,nilal,,B keen ,',lt at 1 r'Sidio .Vlvle-sl
l iwj.m I IjiwEj NxYiMLiIJ 'rrom MazrflMn conlim early reior:
I that Morale and Guerrero, rebel
Mount Teinnlo C-mf'lin vnM '
'lul,,,l 1 tHlJIC . jpUlin &U1 ,
Titanic Was Running-
Too Fast fhrouuh
WASHINGTON, April ;rt. l'ailuro
to Kivo hr exa,:t position in
Krcat field oi floating ice that offered
a frigm- 0,. to snihJ hurrj Ins to
lh -.. ,, , .. , , ,
the rescue, and the mistake of licr.l'10 afternoon, when ho
captain In rushing at top speed
,nr""Kn ,he lco wcil sea. combined 'th'rawinS ir.jiK.rts today state re ,
to se,,U tl,e Tltanir :iml iM0 !!' "ot " t"mM to his station. ,
tims ,0 Ul'lr "a"" " e A11 rf,H)"s Mt ,,ut lhe '1(,r,,"i'
North Atlantic, accordim-to testimony "f U' rebels wus decisive. ;,:
j toda befoie the senate committee in-
-miKiimi iiie ocean irageu.-, lv t. np
tain James H. Moore, or the steairn
Mount Temple, which was hurried to
tho Titanic in response to wireless
calls for help He told of the great
stretch of Held ice. which held him
off Within his view from the bridge.
ho said, he discerned another strange
steamer, probably a 'tramp" schoou
ei which was ranking Its way out of
the ice Tho lights of this schooner,
he though, probably were those seen
l-v anxious survivors of the Titanic.
which they frantically tried to reach.
Captain Moore denounced as "most
..amt (ie uouDled Ills watch and re
rtlw, , ......i ,r . t,..,i . .,
cailht , an' lce ,rack ne stoped nis
englnes an(, drifted uutl, dear. Tno
witness also was emphatic in his dec-
; arutlon that the position sent out by
tle Titanic was wrong He said the
j -hip was eight miles further cast
ward than its operators reiKirted This,
' he declared, he proved by observa
tions taken the first thing the dsv fol
lowing the disaster, with what was
(.Continued on Page Two)
SPRING IS THE
Federals Have Won Decisive
Victorv and Captured
Guns Two Rebel
'TRAINS ARF RUNNING
I TIHSON, April 57 Cullneau I
lrtiiall ruined and Teple badly 1m.
tered. The et roost of Mexico is
reported at the office of the Kspee of I
Mexico, fes free from wnifart for tlt"
first tlmo lu yeveral weeks. Tcj it. I
could not be heart from, the wins!
leaders in the nsitvilt on Topic. we:
The federal victory at Topic was
rendered toiiipleto Thnrsdaj evcnllii;
'when the rehokt withdrew, ending a
kittle of nearly IS hours The rehol
'loss, while not gl'on in fluro. Is
stated 10 have been considerable. I
I The federals succeeded in enptur-
nK the io canneiiK vhich tlio
.relx - ls had ueeA tlHritiK the selge.
J!otn Ul Soiitlwrn I 'art lie of Mexico
feiaucn anti uaiiury loom wero nrui
ion b these cannons, but the operator
.stuck to his pot ur.til 4 o'clock in
'ti, ar,rr, -i,,.,, i. Mt mm.
I d to seek hi own
Mis Attorneys Have
oared New Writ
of Haoeas Corpus
EXPECT LONG DELA
1 MATTBWAN,iril "J Harry K.
Tlixw ielt here today and appeared
before Judge Keegh, at New Uocbelle,
in the fourth attempt to gain his
freedom. His lawyers have prepared
a new writ of habeas corpus
Thaw expressed confidence that bo
will be released soon. A long delay
Is predicted, however, to give the
stnto attorneys time to examine the
NEW YORK. April ST. ATI metal
rwcojs quiet and nominal, as usual
fvitiuduy. owing to absence of cables.
GREATEST ENEMY OF LABOR.
John. T. McCutcheon.
I Ai-recd That orlc Can Be
Accomplished by Work-
Few Days Over
BOTH HOUSES WILL
WORK EVERY NIGHT
Amendment to Medical Law
Calculated to Make
Things "Dry" Is
I1IS11KE REVIEW lUMlEAU. UOO.M
5, Western Union liiiildlng. Phoenlt,
April 27 It is now practically
agreed that no ovtra session of the
legislature will be held. If more
time is needed than remains until the
si-ty days from 'convening has
elapbeci. the clocks v. Ill be stopped
ami solons will work a week or ten
lays over the Inst dav dating all of
I their I'lisincKK May 10. That some
extra time will bi ne-eessarv to fin
ish up the .vork already uniicr way
there is no doubt To make the ex
tra! time as short as Kssihle be
ginning Monday night lu both
I .ranees, night sessions -will be held.
Although not completed tho work
ot today's session was small and
many ma'ters were passed along to
tbeii way towards final enactment.
Itotli houses were in committee of
tin? whole most of the day and the
senate considered 1 111- to license
peddleis. lor a milltnrv code and dry
farming From the military bill the
appropriation has been eliminated,
the general appropriation nieasuie
carrying for the expense of soldiers.
In its present form It was recom
mended for passage and the dry farm
ing experiment bill was agreed to.
There u i long drawn out argu
ment ove- the peddlers license bi'l
A tense moment was created whin
Senator Pace, of Giaham count, a
veil (known -prohibition advocate
asked permission to introdt.ee a bill
which he said would inalenallj f
fect the sale or liquor in the state
Every one who heard this statement
expected te hear read a state prohibi
tion bill and one could have heard a
pin drop so still was the senate
chamber, but when Secretary 1'ronin
read the bill it was found to be a
measure aimed at iriegular selling of
(Continued on Page Three)
Would Establish Ijiw and,
' Order and Return to j
Government Fair !
to the People
' FEARS INTERVENTION i
VSMNGTON. April 2.. Paving ;
the a for a more formal demand'
lor recognition by ;he lulled States
oi the belligerency ot the Mexican
iovolutioiiist3, Manuei l.ujju. one ot
the Junta representing Orozeo nov;
in Washington, submitted t o tho
i-tate deiirtn'ont today a signed copy
ot a proclamation Issued by thoir
leader. It is addressed. "On behalf
of the revolutionary party to all of
the iK?oplo In Mexico and Its foreign
lu this pronouncement Orozco de
clares the objects ot his iarty to bo
a complete return o' Mexican princi
ples, and the establishment of law
and order which the Madero govern
ment failed to achieve. Stress H
laid upon the charge that it present
the lives and properly of Mexicans as
well as foreigners arc In jeopardy;
that through acts ot violence .Mexico
has lost the moral snil financial pres
tige and provokeil the determination
on the iart of the Cnlted S:ates and
cither foreign countries to iorcibly in
tervene In behalf of tnelr citizens ie-,
siding in oi.r midst for the puriiose of,
protecting their lives and property." t
Orozco toints to the vast amount of j
foreign capiti.l Invested In Me.xlco
which he pledges himself to protect
as well as to stop bloodshed and dis
order. He declares: "We do not
want intervention; we must not have
intervention The Idea of Interven
tion on the part of any foreign gov
ernment is aimpllii.c."
He refers with prl'lo to the present)
luiiu.l.u.i-i ... ...i; 9. 1.1; u. . ..i..ii.iiuu.
which promise soon to prevail in the
newly acquired territory of Sinnioa.
He condemns the destruction of prop
erty, looting the treasury and says
It Is provocation of International dif
ferences. The conduct of Madero Is
said hi Oro?co to demonstrate h.s
weakness ot character and his will-!
ingness to anta-ronize well-meanlns;
people of the republic "He should
therefore be turned out at the earliest j
jiosslble moment." continued the
I reclamation. ,.; I
EZC0B0Z0 MAS BEEN
CAPTURED, IS REPORT!
Ma Be iMere Rumo1- S. P.
, Repairs Bridge Be
! low LmDalme
CANANKA. Son.. Mck, April 27.
A rejwrt has been received here to
the effect that Isldro Cscoboza. lead
er of a small band of rebels, has been
captured and made a prisoner. The
leport cannot be verified.
The Southern Pacific of Me.ic
railroad has repaired the bridge that
was recentlj burued ,i short dis-
J tance north of Oroz. below Emplame.
The repair crew was accompanied by
1 a strong guard of soldiers. The raii-
load is making an effort to continue
the service between Euipalnic and
I San Bias, and a gua.il of soldiers
has been placed along the railroad
I The soldiers will patrol the tracks
j the entire distance, especially in
pl-tces where the Yanuis have been
' molesting them The first traiu run
I south since the bridge was burned
was run on Thursday morning ic
Three hundred Yaquis have occu
pied Bacura, according to a report.
LIFE It PROPERTY
Thnp KillpH rit Calumet.
Okla.; Many Homes !
OKLAHOMA CITV. April 27
Three persons were killed and pro
erty valued at a hundred thousand
dollars was destroyed in the town
of Calumet. Okla., or a tornado late
today. The storm also swept through
the western part of the state. Half
of the little town of Rocky wis
blown away, and the village or Blair
also was hit.
Will Have Meeting May I ,
to Issue Call for j
Naming Delegates I
PHOENIX. April 27. Chairman
Ilubbell, of the republican state cen
tral committee, bas issued a call for
a meeting of tho executive commit
tee of the republican stato organiza
tion, to bo held In Phoenix on May
J. At that tlmo a call will be drafttd '
for the choosing ot delegates to thj j
republican national convention. 1
Spirited Conlet for Demo
cratic Nomination for
.Marshal Won by
J. R McDonald
.MOST REPUB. VOTES
Sam Briscoe and Lorenzo
Wright Nominated by
Count Was Late
In the mom spirited contests lu
the city primary yesterday, J. K. Mc
Donald, present streot supervisor of
the democratic administration, won
the nomination for citv marshal in
:v field of four candidates: Sam Bris
coe won the democratic nomiuntiou
for stitet supervisor by nearly doublo
the vote given his democratic oppon
ent; Bnssett Watkius had a will:
away for tho republican nomination
for city marshal, and Ixirenzo Wright
defeated his republican opponent
more than two to one for tho repub
lican nomination for street supervis
or. Martin Butler defeated .-Yank
Neil nearly two to one for tho repub
lican nomination for ctv clerk.
That Is a sumarizatlon or results in
contests in which there w-.is any in
terest in the primary. Tho socialists
registered only a slight vote, as was
evreetttl. j. ijr0oks led the ticket
with 2C votes, and for other offices
tho number of votes received by so
cialist candidates ranged downward
to 1 For precinct committeemen lu
tho second ward. J. Greer and (!. T.
Thatcher tied with ono vote each.
Tfie party is allotted one commit
teeman In each ward.
The principal interest In the jiri
mar) was the contest for the demo
cratic nomination for city marshal.
It was not until the count of the first
ward was completed, at ten o'clock
last night, that it was known defi
nitely who would represent the demo
crats for this office in the election.
Tho first ward count ws complcteil
at 7 o'clock, and the second at 0:30
o'clock. On the count of these two
wards, McDonald was only eight votes
ahead of Benton, but In the first ward
he nearly doubled the vote of Ben
ton, ai'd the final count gave him a
majority over Benton of Z2. Joiner
was not in the running and Wilmoth,
was not a strong contender, receiving
The vote of the three wards to
taled for each candidate was as
M. Newman, democrat, 279
Williams, republican. 243;
Broks. socialist, 26.
For City Marshal
J. F. McDonlad. democrat. 210; Cass
Benton, democrat, 153; Jay Wilmoth,
democrat, 99, D. J. Joiner, democrat.
Bassett Watkins, republican, 274;
Chas. Saygol, republican, 30.
K. C. McCutchan. socialist, 2T..
For Citv Clerk
P. II. iFitzpatrick. democrat, 40G:
Martin Butler, republican. 179; Frank
Nt-TT, republican. 9S; K. W. Boggs,
For Street Supervisor
Sam Briscoe democrat. 2S4; Wil
liam Allison, democrat, 132; Lorezno
Wright, republican, 213; Dan Hoesch,
republican. t)4; James Todd, socilalst,
Aldermen First Ward (Two)
Robert Hcnnessy, democrat, 70; J.
J. Hill, democrat, 31; I- A. Brown,
George Bunker, republican, 34; C
II. Holz republican, 2C.
A. K. Crawford, socialist, fi; George
Powell, socialist. C.
Second Ward (Two)
II. S. Hlllman, democrat, C7; Wal
ter Thomas, democrat. 77: John T.
Quick .republican 30; I.eonard Warm
ington, republican, 32; B. Blunt, so
cialist, 4; Edgar Clayton, socialist,
Third Ward (Two)
C. W. Allen democrat. 130: 1. R.
Henderson, democrat. ir,9: J. W. Kin
ney, republican, 102; Griff J. Wil
liams, republican. 103: J. vR. Porgc
son. socialist. 3: II. C. Duvall, so
(The democrats voted for three
committeemen republicans two and
First ward. Democrats: J. G. Har
ris. 33; Gus Hickey, 73; A. E. Shep
herd. 5S. Republicans: W. R. Tonk
in, 27; R. A. Zlesemer. 24. SociHst:
R. 1U Barber, 4; Pat Sulliven, 1.
Second ward Democrats: G. H.
Bolin. 3S. L- R. Roscoo, 36; I. W. Wal
lace, 64. Republicans: J. P. Trc
zlse. 47; II. M. Woods, .38. .Socialists:
J. Greer. J; G. T. Thatcher. 1.
Third ward Democrats: J. J.
Bowcn. 120; J R. Henderson, 145: F.
J. Vaughn, 123. Republicans: E. J
(Continued on Page Two.)