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BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY AIORNING, MAY 23, 1912
SPRING SCENE IN A COLLEGE TOWN.
Just Before Graduation Day.
By John T. McCutcheon.
OHIO RESULTS PROVE
Federals lTse Artillery and
Rebels Undertake Flank
Movement as the En-
Decisive Results Are Not
Expected to Be Reached '
Until Some Time
REBEL FRONT. Rcllano. Mar 22.
The federals under General Rabago
began an attack on the rebels behind
the fortifications here at nine o'clocl. ,
tonight. In thirteen troop trains. ;
the federals raved up to within 'one
mile and a half of Rellano, and began
a terrific shelling. One woman was '
killed in the town. I
(Jeneral Orozco came down from j
Jiminez to take personal charge 01 1
the fighting beforo the federals at
General Salazar Is in command of ,
the first rebel line, and the federals!
are. in command of Generals Tracy j
Aul'Tt, Rabago and Tellcz. and Col-i
oneU Villa and 1'rbina are engaged
The federal forces are estimated at
2,500 and the rebels at 4,000. with
the advanta?e of fortified positions1
to tbo insurrectos. j
' While the federal artillery shelled1
the rebel iwsitlons, the rebel cai
airy made a Hank movement. rHnning
a heavy fire into the federal columns.
There was no change in the posi
tions at nightfall. The prospect Is
that the tattle will nat be decided to
night, but on the morrow.
At the end of five hours righting,,
General Huerta's command was in re-1
treat, leaving the dead and wounded ;
on tho Held. General Orozco does
not believe the fighting Is over, and
expects a continuation of the battle i
at daybreak. The Infantry and artll ,
lery fire ceased shortly after night-j
tall, after perhaps the most speetacu-1
lar battle fought on Mexican soil
since the French invasion of the last
lit Is Impossible to investigate the
casualties tonight, but it is known
tlio federals lost fifteen cavalrymen
in a charge against the right wing of
tho rebel line near the point at which
General Orozco happened to bo at
the time. It is believed that the reb
el dead will be less than 50.
BATTLE RAGES FOR HOURS
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WASHINGTON. 1). C, May I
22. 1'resldtnt Tafl Bent a mes- '
sage to tho senate today de-
dining to make public tho cor-
respondenco between this gov-
eminent and ('loml la. relat- t
lug to I'anaina, and stated 11
was incompatible with tbo pub- I
lie good to make 11 public. !
The senate's rcour st was at j
thij instanc of Senator I Itch- (
cock of Nebraska.
SCENE SHIFTS i
TO NEW JERSEY
S FOR TAFT
Harmon Makes Practically Clean Sweep of Home State
While Roosevelt Appears to Have at ' Least Thirty
Two District Delegates. Colonel and President Both
Claim 570 Votes in National Convention and Will
Carry Their Wordy War into New Jersey. Taft Ex
plains Cleveland Speech to His Own Satisfaction.
'fT ITMHMC rtlitn ln.' .
The Republican Campaigners i cording 10 nYums o'n hand Tonight
Spellbind in State of
Mosquitos and of
! BITTER FIGHT IS ON
from approximately 4500 of the 5132
precincts In the state. Col. Roose
velt's delegates to the national re
publican convention carried yester
day's primaries by a plurality or about
21.000. The best ligures available
hmu thnt ItnncavnU hna '' tf A tt.
ocfitae on,1 I i-.ul,l.n t H'nfr Hflc 111 I
With This may be changed by one or two
tlon or SO more than cncusiti to as
sure lilm of the nominat'on, Presi
dent Taft declared today he was go
ing to New .lerct "to make assur
ance doub'y cure'" He will le.iio
Washington tomorrow and make nls
fii&t sieech at Camden.
Taft Makes Statement.
The president's statement was is
suel after a political conference with
his manager and a met ting of th
full cabinet "Our opponents quote
from a statement of mine made in
Cleveland that tfce fisht in Ohio, my
home state, much to my gratification.
TUKNTON. N. J.. Mav
the primary elections less than a week delegates either way when the final
away, when the voters of New Jersey returns are In.
will have a chance to express a presi- Sweeo For Gov. Harmon.
i dential preference, the campaign 's i nte returns on the democratic
t rapidly developing Into ono of the I presidential preference primary vote
most vigorous iiolitical struggles the five Wilson a fighting chance for one
state has witnessed in years colonel or two delegates but Governor Har-
I T?nr.f'H Will liPfln n Vllllrlwiml tOITI mnn It ncsni-oil n ,if-Oftl..ilK. ilin fnm
of the stats tomorrow. loiter in the niotn lolppntinn tr. h Ttaltlmnr.. run-1 would be the dec'slvc on-.
; week President Taft will bo heard in Uention. His lead gives 1dm control I president in his statement, "and
ta number of the principal cities. Sen- (of the state democratic convention, j would se'tle the cpiestlon of my nom-
ator Ln Follette alto Is planning to!which will select six delegates at nation. This is true. I shall have
stump the state. Governor Wilson, t large. The delegates at large situa 'at 'east 17 votes fiom Ohio. Includ
'on the democratic side, will continue tlon in the republican party will not jing delegates it large, for we have
I his spechmaking until the night be- ue known or settled until June 3, i every assurance that we stanll con
fore the primaries, fighting hard tor ; when the state republican convention trol the btate convention. This will
the solid support of bis home state. s convened here. .Lenders on ea'h ! constitute a cleai majority in tno
Those who follow politics confess s(0 claim control of the convention, i national contention. Indeed, in addl
Jtheir inability to predict the outcome in only 23 of sx counties were dele-ltion to the votes from Ohio and dele-
or cither tlio republican or tne uemo i gates to the state convention chosen, j gates elected for me from other state
cratlc contest in New Jersey with any , n tne remaining counties the dele-' of which I have been advised since
degree of certainty. In the republican j pates will be namtd by the county my Cle eland statement, give me at
ranks the Taft forces and the Roo-ie- conventions. the most conservative estimate 570
velt followers are fighting tooth and i Early figures gave two republican out of the 1.07S votes in the national
nail every inch of the ground. New delegates in this district to Mr. Tafl ' convention 30 more than is neccs
Jersey is the last of the states having . Col. Roosevelt may now get one anil sar ."
any considerable numerical repre- increase his total to 23 which would McKinley Claim More,
seutatiou in tne national convention leave Tatt delegates. i Earlv ip the day Director McKln'ey
'to elect delegates and as a conse-. Roosevelt's Strength General. of the Taft headquarters claimed at
I finance the two rival candidates enter- j Roosevelt's strength was not con- 'least fiOO delegates for the president."
tain a keen -anxiety to score, a vjc- fined to any particular section of the The- hresident's estimate, wnile. small-
The organitation forces are strong tiI0 minjnc and industiial seetioits to represent "rock bottom" figure
for the renomlnatlon ot President s,iCh nS lloeklnir Valley, as well as which are expected to bo materially
ASUNSOI-A, federal headquarters i
of General Huerta, May 22. A battle'
raged for hours today between the
main forces of General Orozco ami
General Huerta. The federals at
tacked first, following With an inces
GENERAL STRIKE 15
Freight May Be Tied Up by
Action Taken by the
KEEP AWAY FROM LINE
CHICAGO, May 22. Freight hand
lers in all parts of the country re
ceived notification today of a general
strike order that has been issued by
President P. J. Flannery of the In
ternational Treight Handlers' union.
The strike was decided on several
EI. PASO, May 22.-Senor Llorente. f Zr,?0,Xlm '""
the Mexican consul ner-J. announced nne1 to ,nc "' "nlons-
tonight he had directed tho federall
columns in the vicinity of Guadalure!
to move southward and avoid a con
tllct near tho American border.
COAST NOT AFFECTED
m t rrr (na. OO I.VA.nlit hinrl.
" t T nt1 .-.n.i ttiniirrri at.
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urv"u a'u """."r, """ . .'filiated with tho international body
occur near J.mrez if the Mexican gov-, , , ,k.
eminent could pevent it. as the fed-, ' or(lered unless oraeTeA t0 do
eral plan Is ultimately to surround , l? h ' organization. The
JU wL7lA SlSewWCU W" C I coast men are averse to striking,
a bloodless surrender. I
Uoth Mexican federals and rebels
have evacuated Guadalupe, a hamlet'
0.1 miles east of here, deciding it no
place for a battle. It Is bellf?ved that
tne rebels will attempt to check tne
federals from coming into Juarez,
from the east to form a junction with i
the federal troops reported coming
from Palomas, Mexico, and western j
TRIAL HALTS UPON
Articles Are Published in a
German Paper Balfour
BERLIN, May 22. Sixteen leading
llritish statesmen, including Viscount
Haldane, secretary of war; A. .1.
Ballour. former premier: Andrew Bon
arlaw, leading of the opposition In
the commons have contributed ar
tides In the current issues of tho
Germnn newspaper Nord Und Sud,
and an equal number of prominent
Germans wi'l contribute next week
in an eftort to Improve the Anglo
The ino.t significant article was
that of lialfour, who declares that
llritish suspicion is natural In view
of the existence of the Germans" mil
itary force and advocacy by Germany
of a policy incompatible with tha
world's peace and tho rights of tht
nations. Ralfour asked Germany to
"disavow those zealots who are
preaching the extension of Ger
many's boundary In Kurope and tho
acquisition of colonies at the expend
of the other nations," and requests
iier to show the world that armie3
are more useful in peace than in
'S STOMACH S
LIKE k JUNKSHOP
,Taft, and have selected former su-the oldest and most conservative
. .! MtH . (i..ni.. r. .
preme conn jusiice uimeri vuimis, j jiurban communities,
'former governor Franklin Murpny. r .
I'nltcfl Slates senator Frank O. Uriggs ' WILL CONTINUE FIGHT,
and F. Wayland Ayer, she Camden . -
Increased No definite claim wris
county leader, as the delegates at Rivals Claim Equal Number of Del
large to represent uie siaie-iu mo in eg?tes to Convention and Pooh
terest of President Taft. p00h at One Another.
Prominent men also tre to be found . .
in tho Roosevelt camp. Anion? .he WASHINGTON, May 22. Claiming said that Colonel Roosevelt would be
.70 delegats to the Chicago conveiv- I nominated on the fir.-t ballot.
i made iy Taft forces as to the 21
i delegates to be selected In New Jer
jsey next Tuesday
At Rooseve't national headquarters.
Senator Dixon expressed the belief
that Colonel Roosevelt would -carry
'all the districts in Ohio and secure a
full delegation. Senator Dixon aiso
Over Thousand Articles Arein"mbcr nrefrraer Governor roru -,70 del
0 .. j i- '" " "- ; who would like to receive a cabinet r
Ci.wallOWea Patient : berth in the event of Roosevelt's
ill Now Recover election; former Governor Stokes,
'ntorship; former state Senator Kve,r-
CiPRnrrvrn r.. r.n .
rBn,nn..,i.L ';.,:;- ":..- L'lett Colb and Borden Whitin:
made.l.er stomaca a Junksbo-. .was1d,!rl of ,,he, Xew Jerey "P'Hcan
operate 1 upon and liad 1H!I articles Progressive league. ,
removed and now shows eorj prom
ise of surviving. Is retried bj the
steward of the Napa State "insane
Asylum to the state bojird of control
The woman is Miss Letitia Miller.
These are the articles taken from
The recent Roosevelt victories '.n
other states have na'.irally served to
increase the Roosevelt sentiment in
New Jirsoy and there Is a feeling that,
when the colonel concludes, his whirl-
1 wind tour of the state he ma ycarry
Naval Policy of House is
Opposed by Department
(By Winlield Jones.) . alone in formulating and observfng a
WASHINGTON. M ay 22. By pledg-, continuous shipbuilding nrogram. For
ni ., , , .. .-... ..." ., Int, ttcalf tn nrt nnnronri:itlnn fnr lirvt- .. ... rt ,
iier Momacb: ISO ivire balrnins: r,r, "t-ryimns ueiorc nim. yn -ue olUur ,;";",. - '." "TT"" " T.; .' ,i " ' 'ea Beginning lyus ami -n-
. - hnnr tluir u r tnlaT thnt Iho i Ufilllli UH3 icai mc uuuov "u.i m i--
open safety pins 21 broken pins; 3 . "' be made by i'rwWent ' opinion of department officials and '"K ln provision nas been mane
r.creweyes; 4 tacks; 1 staple an Inch I efir f da i.y , navy officers. Initiated a policy that for efghteen battleships and t?n ar
brokln V.feeM of h,irenSnrni8: mi." the tide in his lavor in s!.ite of 'promises to be permanent in evil Cr-, mored cruisers. In addition to this
Arin-" 1 meco threiV 104' unldentV h Roosevelt cmiaignlng. The Im- feet and far-reaching in unhappy con-, j Germany annually provides
ffi-oddi ?oPS l:tjLZn Ihe for twelve destroyers and a number
parts of combs and 2S0 small rins. n ar'e 'L. Ipl,IJ TT, K Z ' Urst step in the direction of a de- of sub-marines, the object being to
BRYAN AT CONFERENCE
WILL RACE TODAY
Cornell is Expected to Win on
i Selecting ThirtP.enth- lurorlwar. ana that the appetite for terrl
r r, Drn.tnf tn Itorlal expansion lb a worn out phase
for Darrow Proves to of patnoti.m.
the Be Difficult Task
l KINNEY HAS UPSET
IX)S ANGELES. May 22. Selecting I
triangular rowing race between tho!
Cornell, Princeton and Harvard 'var-:
CAMBIUDB. Mass., May 22. The! the thirteenth, or alternative juror. LegUlator Has Narrow Escape When
in the trial of C. S. Darrow. today '
proved the most difficult job yet un-j GLOBE, Ariz., May 22. Senator
dertaken by the counsel on either Kinney and Representatives Murphy
side. The regular jury of twelve men !' W?. ,"' .
slty eight-oared crews -will be rowed
tomorrow on the Charles river basin,
a courso of one and seven-eighths
miles. Cornell, with almost a vet-
CJJIl Vicn, .ca .... mui -.. -j . , .
Harvard in the annual clashes in t au'uu""""- was " a' "c" ""
many years. been examined In a fruitless effort
.was completed by them, but when, : 8pecla, se8sion of the legislature, in
an automobile which skidded on
MORSE BACK HOME
to secure the thirteenth, who Is to
i serve in case any of the regula. men
1 shall fcc Incapacitated. There are
Man Termed "Dying" May Live for . seven talesmen ready for examination
Several Year I tomorrow, and unless ajt usexpected
. . delay is encountered, it Is expected
NEW YQRK, May 22. Charles W.j the trial will be well under way by
Morse, former banker, convicted of tomorrow night.
embezzlement and sentenced to tne,
federal prison at Atlanta, Ga., only
to Le later released because physi
cians said he could not live six months,
returned from Europe today on the
Olympic with his wife, Jle looked
well, and announced his physician
said he might live several years.
NEW YORK, May 22. Standard
-copper firm 15.73 to 16.25; Lake 1C 1-2
to 1G3-4; electrolytic 161-2 to 16 5-8,
Casting: 16 1-S to 1C 1-4. Lead steady
a in to 4.23. Conner exports this
-TRUE TO THEIR COLORS
Rhode Scholars Want to Enter Olym
thought that the tandidacy of the Wis-1 dining navy. have in 1917 a total strength of ..S bat-
iconsin senator will figur" to any ex-' "It will," he said, "depreciate tho tleships, 20 armored cruisers, and 3S
lent in the results c- the Taft-Roose-' military value of the fleet as an In-, cruisers-all to De less than
,elt light. surance against war and will arrest sraa" cruistrs an iu u
f.n U. dun- -;tr sid-j ihcrf is u t progress. Even if a year from now twenty years old, and 144 torpedo
p'?c much -r'.t'J-jt.. bei.ig set ff, we renew the building program of . boats to be under twelve jears oiu.
though the regular organization, two bauiesnips a jear, me reiauvc ureai iu-mau " "" " "
.which is battling against Governor i position' of the great sea powers on gram, but her policy is .to maintain a
Wilson, Is working hard in every tec-; December 31, 1913. would be as fol- standard that will leave ner iu per
,. ., , ,. ... . It tlon of the 3tate. The anti-Wilson men lows. Great Britain, Germany. France, cent more powerful at sea than tho
1 ellS lYietnOdlSt Ministers He are confident they will wit. more-than t. Japan, and the Cnited States. Only combined navies of any two of the
Is Too Busy to Con
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. May 22.
Dr, W. N. Luccock. of Kansas City
wa3 elected a bishop by the Methodist
Episcopal conference on the fifteenth
ballot. He is the fourth of the eight
to he chosen.
W. J. Brvan, today 'n a short ad- 8'ac tIc."g-.iioii Scoring linn :e ih
dress at the Methodift Episcopal con- Baltfu:or convention -rlit.-i.iti 1-
ference said. "I entered the church . '"g the setbacks he has been getting
rnrv an,i fnrnpit fnrit Th .if-ivr uheii 14 years of age, too young to m other states.
was bruised and sustained severeiret"s" "'i "" "-i.- ";'
iioir nf h. .-...411-a c.ii& Hni.-kitTr. ,.f i n VM. nrt thft iTnlfprt sstntpo wni sw-! next strongest naval powers.
twenty-eight, and may elect every ond. '. "On February G of this year tne
man put up against the Wilson candl- "The leaders of the house are losing , Krencn cnamuer aiiiu...cu - ..
dates, chiefly because the oigant-it-. sight of the political and military ne
lion of ili Wilson a.iherents Is not cersity of the command of the Pacific,
anything .lko that t.T 'Lr cxr.-'uifil and to far as can be foreseen at pres-
poliG'...:. who a'c maki:.g isj fiulit
against 1'ic governor iu hl-j heme
The frn.it is of Governor Wil-on j-t
I have fait.-, in their ability i send a
ent, the United States will be the only
Important naval power In the world
this year which will not lay "down a
single capital ship."
in l.l 4nnii.il rnnrf Inef venr Sec
retary Mever put hlmseir squarely on In 190D. It provides for 2S battleships,
record as "to what, in his opinion and 10 scouts, 52 seagoing torpedo boais.
in the opinion of his naval experts in and 91 submarines,
the department, fleet increase tie- 'The Japanese diet has recently
autnorizea tne aiuaiauiuiiuii ui mc?
law and a new nrogram. which is in
tended to be guiding policy up to
December 31. 1920. This is not a max
imum progress, and Is meant only as
a foundation on which to Lttild fur
ther. "It will finally include the 43 battle
ships asked by the council sup'erlor
If nivlro ttri? i-rthi!il. th-it (ha rty. I mnnrlA.1 lv nfltlnnftl defenses. COtl
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:-", "r ..." -!S.. BU"':," Z',Z h TbcTn too busy 'to do so There: 's of the balloting in New Jersey densed his declaration was as follows: exIsUngshphu ding program anuap-
.....iL.. ,;.i...i .w. ..: .1 fnr.- r... one who has devoted his Hfe i next Tuesday will be as muddled as
bruised, continued their journey
Phoenix in a passing car.
WANTS TY COBB.
Ogden Club Will Pay $10,000 Cash If
He Will Be Manager
OGDEN. May 22, The Weber club,
the pr'nclpal commercial organization
of this city which secured a fran
chise for the Oeden club in the L'nion
League, today wired Ty.'Cobb, of Dp-
ENGLISHMAN IS VICTOR
NEW YORK. May 27. Secretary
James E. Sullivan, of the American troit, an offer of $10,000 cash to man
Olympic committee, received 'a. re- age the team this year
quest today from W. A. Ziegler and!
It. U Lange. Rhodes scholars at Ox-j
lord university, cngiann, to o eu-i
tered as members of the American PARIS, May 22. George Carpenter,
team in tho Stockholm Olympic middleweight champion of England
games. Lango Is ajt Oklahoma and France, tonight was given the
cnrintOT- nnrt zieeler 1 an Iowa decision over Willie Lewis, an Ameri
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... t-rotn .. opHimic in xd veicnt tnrawer. i ney win nroDaoiy iu, aim icui ' '
York today 100 toi. be entered by the committee. j fighting.
fore, as one who has devoted his Hfe next Tuesday win De as muaaieu as
to politics, as I have done, I want to the situation developed by the recent
urge all members of the churches to I primary elections In Massachusetts
urt- fnr mihllc mornlitv and fnr and Maryland. In several of the con-
.i .....,...,.. i .!. o. rm. i cresKlnn.il districts the Roosevelt and . tn
. ... . . .. , 11 tVltaftA nnll.Tlft llAlo(. hiv'a hon nf nt.lV, OH ACS ttliln tPtl Venirl Old
?LCZ2V7:VZrV the first line, and program, but here is what the naval
WI UC1 U-M'vi.. iw uv a. vti.u.uutt.. i - ..- . . . "... . . . . . I . . . . .!
as a prlv
i-ri,. .i!.t- of i-oMnrinrr nid iiat-! nronriations Into one. The total sum
tleships at the rate of two each year, , available amounts to i12o,S39,43o to
if continued indefinitely, will give us ; be expended by 1917, and of this sum
eventually though not ?o soon as is , J78,S37,n91 has been set aside for the
to be desired, a total of 40 battleships, construction of ships of war.
I no united states uau no navaj
do more -by remaining In r- litlcs ticket, which will be labeled on the the remaining 20 between ten and committee of the house has reqom
nrirato cMI- lofllclal ballot as "Unpledged." Theltwentv years old the second line. mended as this years total fleet in-
private citizen. ... .. .L, .-.. n ...iha tt-in. a nroiK-. ulv destrnvers. four subma-
iiooseveii managers anese mat mesc tnis iuiui ui iwucmii ..- , , - --.-- ------ - - - --
of Winged Invasii
from San ' Berdoo
Y TRAINS ' ilc-'ets of "unpledged" candidates are I prorortional number of other fighting . rines. one tender for destroyers, two
a device of the Taft people to draw land auxiliary vesfels. is the least that fuel ships, and one repair ship,
'sion Comes , votes away from the Roosevelt ticket jwill place tho country on , a ; safe Las I. -Not on o annered vesse U jUHWp.
The result, as the politicians figure ft.
may be such a division of the antl
SAN BERNARDINO. Cab, May 22.
An ' Invasion of millions or grass
hoppers on the desert jn "the vicinity
ot 'Ba'rstow Is delaying tra'ins. and
threatens serious damage- to ranches
along the .Mojave rive-. 'ine wneeis
of locomotives on the tracks between
Barstow and Todd will not hold .on
account of the crushed grasshoppers
Tait vote among the three tickets as
to give the Taft ticket In these con
grcsslonal districts an easy plurality
JEFFRIES' SALOON BURNS
LOS ANGELES, May 22. Jim Jef
fries' Faloon on Spring street, Los
Angeles, was practically destroyed by
firo at midnight tonight.
in iu relation with other world
"An examination of the shin-building
programs of the principal naval
powers shows that great activity In
warship construction Is everywhere
manifest The manner in which tho
policy of the Alibis gun battleship
now finds universal acceptance Is par
"Until this year, Germany has been
or battle cruiser has so far been rec
ommended this year for naval increase."
SURRENDERS ITS FRANCHISE
CLEVELAND. O., May 22. The
Forest City Hall and Amusement
company surrendered the Cleveland
franchise in the United States base
ball league today.
fined to any particular section of tho The president's estimate, wnile small
! state or class qf citizens. He carried ter. vs declared at the -White Houso
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