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Hiirgins. Known as Pris
oners' Friend Leads to
Drastic Punishment
ASSAILANTTIIROWN
OVER BALCONY RAIL
Sheriff, After Struggling
Hard to Save Man's Life.
Puts Him in Prison,
to No Purpose
RAWL1NGS, Wyo.. Oct 2. Detail
ot the lynching today of Frank Wig
fell, the negro assailant of Mrs. Ev
ther Hlggins, known as the "prison
ers' friend" by the convicts In the
state penitentiary here, while Sher
iff Mills was at the county Jail hold
ing oft a party ot would-be citizen
lynchers, may never be known
A sinister threat, "the first man
who squeals-Is the next man to be
hung" silenced all the coin lets. The
guards were examined today by the
coroner's Jury, but the Jury gave up
the task late this afternoon.
All the Jurors learned was what
they Knew before.
Jests About Attack
On his way to breakfast this morn
ing Wlgfoll jested about his attack
on Mrs. Hlggins. Wlgfell was
fcrought here ior safe-keeping )ate
yesterday after the capture at Fort
Steel.
Early this morning citizens sur
rounded the jail, still parleying wltn
the wardens at breakfast time, for
Wlgfell's surrender Into their hands.
The sheriff, at the county jail, just
saved his life by slipping him out of
a rear door, lodging him in the stato
penitentiary.
Prisoners Organize
At breakfast other prisoner?,
many of whom remeinberej acts of
kindness of "Granny'" Higglns, or
ganized by signs. After breakfast,
they caught the negro before a cell
guard could lock him in his cell,
shoved the guard Into the cell and
turned the lock on him. They pro
duced a Tope, and making a half
hitch around the negro's neck, tossed
him over the rail of the balcony ot
the cell house.
The convicts then marched back to
work.
Wlgfell's attack on Mrs. Htgglns
was particularly brutal.
HIS
81 REBEL BRIGANDS
Luis Caso. I eader of Band
Kills Manager of Planta
tion in Durango
WASHINGTON, Oct 2. Confirma
tion of the report that Hubert Russell,
the American killed by a band of
Mexican rebels near Durango, In the
state of that name, Sunday, was re
ceived at the state department today.
The murder was committed by a ban I
under the leadership of Luis Caso.
Federal troops are in pursuit of tin
perpetrators. Hussell was manager for the San
Juan de Micbls plantation, near the
Zacatecas line in southeastern Du
rango. The property belongs to Al
len 0. McCaughan, American vice con
sul at Durango. who at first was re
ported slain with Russell.
ALLEGED RAIDERS IN COURT
DOUGLAS, Oct 2. Manuel Cuesta.
Mexican consul, Powell Roberts, fed
eral secret agent, and First lieuten
ants Holderness and Howard, of tho
Ninth United States Cavalry, were
arraigned today, charged with two of
fense, the first "forcibly entering the
Hotel Meyco.',' and "assault with
deadly weapons. They pleaded not
guilty, and their trial was set for
next Monday. Cuesta claimed he wa
not present: Roberts said he had a
right xo search without a warrant
and the two soldiers said they were
acting under the orders of suporiors.
SEEKING PEACE TERMS
WASHINGTON, Oct 2. The Mexi
can government apparently is mak
ing no seeret of the fact that it Is
negotiating with Zapata for peace,
according to the reports to the state
department here. It is believed that
If the pending peace negotiations are
not speedily successful, the govern
ment will renew war on the rebels
on "a scale far more formidable."
WOULD AVOID WAR a
PARIS, Oct 2. Representatives in
Paris of all the Balkan states called
at the foreign office today, at the in
vitation of Premier Polncare. to dis
cuss a way of avoiding war.
PEACE BEING REACHED
PAWS. Oct 2. A report reached
Paris today from Ouchy. Switzerland,
that Turkey and Italy had reached
accord in principle, and pcaco was
about to be declared.
WoodbrlQe N. Ferrlt. w
Following the example set by their
r.ew Jersey brethren, the Democrats
or Michigan have nominated a school
master for governor. He Is Wood
bridge J.. Ferris, of Big Itaptds. head
of tho Ferris Institute and one o
the leading educators of the state.
Mr Ferris is personally very popu
lar, and owing to the split In the
Itepublican ranks Is connden, that
he will carry the Wolverine state' this
fait
REGftLL UGH
1ST PLANNED
Former Sergeant of Arizona
Rangers Is Circulating
Petition for Removal
of the Governor
OTHERS ARE DISLIKED
PHOENIX. Oct. 2 -rDissatlsfactlon
with the prison reform jiollcies of
Governor Hunt part of those tl -posed
to the "honor rystpra" and the liber
al ute of tht executive's parole, were
the powers crystalized to attempt ti
invoke a recall against the governor.
Petitions are being circulated in
western Gila county by William
Spark, formerly sergeant of the
Arizona rangers and later a guard at
the Florence penitentiary.
This is the first effort to employ
the constitutional provision for th
recall of pii'ii:c oltlcials of which tho
goernor has been an ardent cham
pion Petitions designed to bring about
he recall of state Senator M. G. Cun
ifl and Homer Wood are being circu
lated in Yavapai county. Cunlff Is
president of th" state senate. He and
h.s "olleague are attacked because of
their opposition to woman suffrage
and other measures considered at tho
recent session of tho legislature.
BULGARIANS CALLED TO FIGHT
WLNN1PEG. Oct. 2. A proclama
tion calling upon all Bulgarians to
return to their nativo land to aid in
driving out tho Turks was Issued
from Bulgarian headquarters "here to
day. VANC0VER. B. C, Oct. 2. Loyal
Greeks, to the number of more than
1.000 arc ready to lave at a momenta
notice to aid their country to defeat
Its ancient foe, Turkey. Besides
Greeks, all Montenegrins and Serv;
lans are preparlnlg to leave for home.
TAFT LAYS CORNER STONE
BOSTON. Mass., Oct. 2: President
Taft came In from his summer home
at Beverly today and laid the corner
stone for the new home erected In
Huntington avenue for the Boston Y.
M. C. A. In addition to President
Taft the chief participants In the ex
ercises were Bishop Lawrence and
Arthur S. Johnson, president of the
association.
CONFERENCE ON PELLAGRA
COLUMBIA. S. C, Oct 2: Physi
cians and medical scientists from
many parts of this country, together
with several from Europe, have ai
rived in Columbia to take part in the
second triennial meeting of the Na
tional association for the Study of
Pellagra. The sessions will begin to
morrow and continue over Friday.
Surgeon General Rupert Blue of the
United States public health and ma
rlne hospital service will deliver the
principal address.
SHIP WAR RISKS CANCELLED
HAMBURG, Oct 2. A general
clause covering war risks In shipping
policies was cancelled here today by
all insurance companies. It does not
affect .ships already at sea. Special
war insurance is obtainable only at
high rates.
WARSHIPS FOR ARGENTINE
LONDON, Oct 2. The Greek gov
ernment today purchased four tor
pedo .boats, under construction on the
Mersey for ' the Argentine republic
One ot the warships Is ready to sail
and the others will be completed in
a few days.
Former Candidate for Presi
dent Takes Advantage of
State Convention Op
position to Appeal
ELECTED CHAIRMAN .
BY MARGIN OF 377
New York Democrats Ratify
National Platform and
Pledge Their Support
to Gov. Wilson
SYRACUSE. Oct 2. Alton .
Parker took the opportunity afforded
by his speech .today as permanent
chairman at the democratic state
convention to answer his critics nt
the Baltimore convention.
It is the first political speech the
former presidential candidate has
made since ho was the storm center
of the Lattle waged by W. J. Uryaa
against his selection as temporary
chairman of the democratic national
convention.
Defends New York Delegation
In defending himself he also de
fended the New York state deleg.t
tion, which also was the object o
Diyan's attacks. Mr. Parker said
the action of the New York delegatea
at Baltimore was dictated by a de
sire to promote harmony. Parker's
defense was called forth by opposition
to his candidacy for the permanent
chairmanship.
Elected by Big Margin
His opponents were Delegate Mott
Jamestown, and Mayor John Hague,
Poughkeepsie. who declared Parker
was a reactionary. He was chosen
chairman, however, by tho vote of
412 to 3D.
The platform adopted, today rati
fies the democratic national plat
form, pledges its support to Wilson,
and condemns what It styles 'tho
monopolistic tariff evils" ot the re
publican party.
SULZER NAMED FOR GOVERNOR
SYRACUSE, Oct. 2. Congressman
William Sulzer, of the tenth New
York congressional district, wa
nominated for governor of New York
on the fourth ballot, at the democrat
ic state convention here tonight.
His election followed a caucus of
the New York county delegation late
today In which the unit rule was
lifted. Leader Murphy, of Tammany
Hall, also withdrew anw restrictions,
telling bis friends to rote for whom
they pleased.
RAILROAD FOR FARMERS
SAN ANTONIO, Texas. Oct. 2:
What is declared to be the most ex
tensive enterprise ever undertaken in
the field of lnterurban railways is
foiecasted in the action of the stock
holders of the San Antonio and Rio
Grande Valley lnterbarban Railway
company, who met today to author
ize the Issuance of bonds to the
amount of $10,000,000. The proceeds
of the bond issue are to be used in
the construction of about 2550 miles
of additional track that will gridiron
the extreme southern part of Texas
and serve as a feeder to the lines of
the Frisco Railroad, which is said 10
be back of the project It is distinctly
a farmers' transportation enterprise.
the primary purpose being to place
every tract of cultivated land in the
lower Rio Grande Valley and the Gulf
coast region within one mile ot the
railroad. The system already has 45
miles completed and In operation.
EAST TEXAS FAIR OPENS
TYLER, Texas, Oct 2: The annual
exhibition of the East Texas Fair as-
soclation opened today under most
favorable conditions The exhibits
ot horses, cattle, sheep, swine and
poultry are the best ever seen heie,
and everything points to a most suc
cessful fair. The exhibit of machin
ery is very large and includes all
Wad3 of modern Improved farm Imple
ments and labor saving devices.
TO STUDY COMMISSION RULE
HARRISBURG, Pa.. Oct 2: The
advantages that the commission plan
of government offers to the smaller
cities formed the principal subject of
discussion at a conference here today
of representatives ot third-class cities
and boroughs of Pennsylvania. A. M.
Fuller, president of the Allied Civic
Bodies, presided and delivered an ad
dress on the subject of "Efficiency Jn
City Government." Speakers from
other states explained the workings
ot the commission plan ot government
and a committee was named to draft
a bill to provide for the adoption of
the, commission plan by Pennsylvania
cities.
REAR ADMIRAL YOUNG DIES
NEW YORK. Oct 2. Rear Ad
mlral Lucien Young, formerly a cap
tain stationed at Mare Island Navy
Yard, died here today after a brief
Illness. Deficiency of blood, brought
on by a ruptured blood vessel In the
stomach. Is given as the cause of
death.
MM$& '- dtfxj wi M&fzP iSSrzsJsLu
Top row, (eft to right. Judge A. B. An
denon, Ortle McManlgal, Frank M.
Ryan; bottom row, Charlet W. Miller
and Senator J. W. Kern.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Oct. 2:
The trial of the fifty-one alleged dyna
miters, indicted last spring, which op
ened in this city yesterday before
Federal Judge Anderson, promises to
be one of the most bitterly contested
trials that Indianapolis has ever seen.
Tho defendants represent almost tho
entire list of officials of the Interna
tional association of bridge and struo
tural iron workers for ten years back-1
The case will doubtless attract i
wide attention, because of the prom-
inence "of ate (defendants, and be
cause the very life of a great labor
union Is at stake. At least two
months will be consumed In the trial.
District Attorney Miller, who Is
handling the case lor the government-
has arranged the letters and records)
taken from the o.tices of the Iron
workers In the order in which the.
writers stand toward the conspiracy
that the government charged existed
in the organization to dynamite
property First of all will come tha
letters relied upon to show what part
Frank M. Ryan. International presi
dent, took in furtherance of the con
spiracy District Attorney Miller doclaros
that with the letters he has he can
trace practically every Job of dyna
miting to the defendants in this case
In this connection the eridence of
Ortie MeManlgal will be very im
portant, for it will show that he re
ceived instructions In harmony with
the letters and that he carried out
these instructions and received pay
for his work
BASEBALL SEATS
ARE EXPENSIVE
Ask S3 Each for New York
Games in World's Ser
ies and $S and $10
for Boston
RED SOX FAVORITE
NEW YORK, Oct 2. The advance
salo of reserved seats for the world's
terles of baseball games in thU city
will fc held at the polo grounds Oct.
7. at 10 o'clock", it was announced to
day by Secretary Heydler of the Na
tional league. Four thousand upper
grandstand seats for each of the three
games at $3 each will, be ready for
the first comers, those representing
the remainder of the SiQO seats ia
the stand will no: be taken by pre'
ferred patrons.
Not more than two tickets will be
sold to any one person. Secretary
Heydler announced no more applica
tions from preferred patrons will be
conridered.
TICKETS QUOTED AT $ AND $10
BOSTON, Oct, 2. With Fenway
Parle extended to Its utmost seating
limit, the diamond protected by a
canvas and 7.000 letters bearing
tickets ready to b? sent out, Boston'
preparations for the world s ban chad
plonshln scries is nearly completed.
Tickets were quoted today on th,
slock exchange for the lines at 8,
with $10 aBked for reserved seat.
subject to delivery.
The- Red Sox continues to bo favor
te In betting at ten to eight.
BILLY PAPKE SUSPENDED.
NEW YORK, Oct, 2. For falling to
keep his contract last night to box
ten rounds with Frank. Mantcll, of
Providence before the new Star Ath-
letlc.club of this city, Billy Papke, of
Kewanee, Ills- was suspended today
for an Indefinite period by the New
York State Athletic commission.
H lWilf rat j
Senator Kern has been cmploed
by the defense, -and is now going ovsr
the indictments, and is frequentb in
consultation with the defendants lie
and Newton W. Harding of this citv
will te the leading attorneys for the
defendants, hut it is thought that
tome of the defendants will bring
lawyers from their own cities.
So complete has the government
made its "case that it is in possession
of evidence showing p acticall) all
purchases of dynamite from two
years before McNamaia's arrest 'ip
to his removal to L03 Angeles. He
obtained catalogues from the Trojan
Powder Company and the National
Powder Company, both of New York
and, after purchasing explosives, be
gan his career of dynamiting which
resulted in the destruction of more
than $2(t00,non of property It will
JURY IN DYNAMITE
GASESJUALIFYING
One Venireman Said Had
Nevei Heard of Conspir
acy or of McNamaras
INDIANAPOLIS. Oct. 2 Thirty
four veniremen have been excusei
and twelve remain in the box, still
under consideration, at the conclu
sion of today's examination for the
selection of the jury to try the men
accused by the government of com
plicity In ' dynamite plots."
It was thought tonight the Jury
might be completed tomorrow or Fri
day. The trial of the defendants.
headed ty Frank Ryan, of the Inter
national Association of Bridge and
Structural Iron Warkers, including
other officials ot that union, together
with all members of two other unions,
will then begin.
District Attorney Mill will open
the case for the government. His
opening statement, already prepared.
contains 800 typewritten pagos, and
will cover the ground on which tho
piosecution intends by testimony to
sustain charges ot a dynamite con
spiracy which continued over five
or six years; that McManlgal's con
fession of working in a "dynamiting
crew" was corroborated by persons
from many sections of the country,
and that the McNamaras were not
alone in financing and arranging for
the widespread system of blowng
works of employers of non-union la
tor. Frank Sutton, a farmer, a venira
man examined today, said he bad
never heard of the dynamiting cases
or the trial of the McNamaras at Los
Angeles.
TO SUBMIT ULTIMATUM
LONDON, Oct 2. The Bulgarian
foreign minister, according to a dU
patch from Sofia, said today that an
ultimatum will be presented to Tur
key at the end of the week if the
powers do not intervene to secure
guarantees of reforms In Macedonia.
be shown when and where these pnr
rhasea were made. ly whom they
were made, and on what road9 they
were shipped to the point where the
explosives were used. The purchases
of machines for exploding the dyna
mite and nitroglycerine have also
been traced The machines found in
the basement under the Iron Work
ers' offices in the Central Life build
ing will be offered In evidence
Ryan. Hockln and others under in
dictment seem to be taking the mat
ter philosophically, but the frerjuent
consultations that are in progress
show that they are not as uncon
cerned as they would like to appear.
The say the government has no
evidence against them, that they can
explain every letter on which the In
iiirtments are based
GRAVE CHARGE
AGAINST EOBIE
Los Angeles City Prosecutor
Arrested on Charge of
Aiding Delinquency .
of Minor
DENIES ACCUSATION
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 2. Political
and civic, circles here wrrc stirred
late today by the arrest or City Pros
ecutor Guv Eddie on the charge of
contributing to the delinquency of a
mlno.v
The warrant was Issued in the Ju
venile court and Eddie was re
leased on his own recognizance until
Friday, when Mb arraignment ia
scheduled.
Eddl-j declared he was innocent of
wrong-doing and maintained the uf
fair is a conspiracy of his political
enemies.
The arrest was made by humane
officers a short time after Mrs. Allco
Phillips, 20 years old. had entered
Eddie's omco If the city Jail building.
FIRE PREVENTION CONGRESS )
NEW YORK, Oct. 2: A notable ex-,
hibltlon ot the latest Inventions in (
fire prevention and protection and '
safety and life saving devices was
opened in Madison Square Garden to-1
day. The exhibition embraces sam
Dies of fireproof building construction.
I fire-alarm systems, automatic sprinkl
ers and fire extinguishers, motor fire i
engines and a wldo variety of fire-cs-
capes and safety devices. In connec-1
tion with the exhibition there will be i
held a firemen's tournament and an
International conference to consider
fire prevention, protection yid extin
guishment WEATHER PREDICTION
Arizona: Ixcal rains, Turesday;
Friday, probably fair. .
Four Prominent Capitalists
Donate. SI 00,000 Each to
G. 0. P. Campaign
i Fiinrt in 1W.l
DIXON CHARGES T. R.
OBJECT OF INQUIRY
E, II. Harriman Said to
Have Contributed $240,-
000 to Aid Party in
New York State
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2. Four con. '
trlhutions of ?10O.r00 each from John
II. Archbold, of Standard OH com
pany. J P Morgan and Co.. II. C.
Frlck and George J. Gould were mada
to the republican national campaign
fund of 1904, according to tho rec
ords of the late Cornejlus X. Bllt3
which parsed through tho hands ot
George N. Sheldon, treasurer of tho
190S republican committee who testU
fied. today before the senate comraii
tee. investigating campaign expendi
tures. Sheldon said Bliss gave him a de
tailed statement of the 1901 funOs;
that he noted "these large contrlbu
fjonp " that he wis positive no rec
ord appea'ed of the $100,000 Archbold
contribution having been returned.
Harriman Paid $240,000.
With enual Dositiveness ho swore
records showed the disputed E. H.
Harriman fund of $240,000 had been
received by Bliss for the Xew York
republican state committee, headed
b B B Odell. Jr.
ISThaf funil of $240,000 was raised
by wdi''et entirely. The Bliss rec
ords "showed it entirely apart from
the funds, spent by the national com
mittee." Sheldon's atcments were mado
during a lull in a day of wrangling,
between Senator Dixon, Roosevelt's
present campaign managet and mem
bers of the scat" committee.
Says Roosevelt Aimed At.
Dixon charged the committeo with
concentrating Its activities on Roose.
velt funds, ignoring financial actlvi
tes'in behalf of all other candidates,
republican and democratic alike. Tne
committee members heatedlv denied
this, declaring arrangements for in
vestigation was left entirely in tho
hands of Chairman Clapp, a strong
supporter of the progressive national
candidate and that masasers of all
candidates we'o subpoenaed
J. P Morgan will appear before tho
invest'pating -cmMirt-e tomorrow and
tvill 1) qresti'n.-! as to Y- financial
participation 'i. V.H4 and other nt
tonal tampalrr s
S STRIKE AT EL?
TIES UP AIL
Smeltermen and Others Will
Be Paid Todav When
Plants Will Close
ELY. Oct. 2. The strike of the
miners here Is complete and indica
tlons here tonight are the operators
will not att-mct to open the mines
again this winter. The windows oJ
all th" company buildings are being
boarded up and hundreds of men aro
prepared tonight to leave the camp
in the morning. The ore supply of
the Steytoe mine will be exhausted
tomorrow and the plant wllb - then
close. Not s saloon In Ely was open
today and no disorder was seen In
the camp.
The miner? were paid off today and
the smeltermen will receive their pay
tomorrow and by night it is expected
a majority of the miners will have
deserted the camp.
With the closing of the mills to
morrow more than 4,000 men will be
idle.
The Nevada Consolidated paid oil
the miners today and tomorrow is
the pay day for the Steptoe smeller.
The smelter will ha compelled tu
shut dowr because it will be unable
to obtain oil if the mill stops. Man
ager Millc of the Glroux Consolidated,
requested the miners to allow pump
men to remain at work, as. the mine
will fill rapidly with water if tho
men fo out bnt the request was
refused.
FEDERATION OFFICIALS ELATED
BINGHAM, Oct 2. Local officials
of the Western Federation of Miner
are elated because of the strike at
Ely. "It will have the effect ot forc
ing the Utah Copper company to com
ply with tho demands of the union.
The future will tell," said Yanci Ter
slch, a member of the executive board.
The buslnes men of Bingham now
are forming a club to go to Salt Lake
to confer with business men tbero
with a view for arbitration of t2o
trouble.
MONARCHS HOLD CONFERENCE
VIENNA, Oct 2. Emperor Franz
Josef and King George of Greece
held a conference here today.
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