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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
SECTION ONE
PAGES 1 TO 8
7"
VOLUME 15.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, PC TOBER 6, 1912.
NUMBER 129
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WEALTHY DRIVER
WINS THE GRAND
PRIX AUTO RAGE
De Palma's Car Overturns
Just as .He Was About
to Pass Victor Brujrg
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BEATEN CHAUFFEUR
SERIOUSLY INJURED
Teddy TetzlatT Led Field for
First Eighty Miles but
Accident Puts Him
Out of Race
WAUWATOSA, Oct 5: Caleb
Bragg, the wealthy young Cincinnati
driver, won today the fourth Interna
tlonnl Grand Prix automobile road
race, with a Fiat car after a sensa
tional last lap brush In which Ralph
de Palma's Mercedes car overturned
and Dc Palma was seriously injured.
Bragg captured the. race from a
field of twelve starters, which includ
ed the country's most widely known
drivers and heavy cars.
Only six of the twelve starters fin
ished. '
Bragg's speed average for the ra:e
was G9 3-10 miles an hour as against
the late David Bruce-Brown's average
of 7-1.45 miles an hour In last year's
Grand Prix at Savannah. Ga. He coh
ered the distance of 409 miles' 4G1C
feet jn five hours, 59 minutes 25 sec
onds. Winner on Lead Mostly
The winner drove a -heady, consist
ent race, never being further back
than third ilace at any stage of the
long grind and In the lead through
thirty laps of the fifty lap contest
For the first eighty miles Teddy
Tetzlaff led the field but Bragg and
De. Palma were almost on top of
Tetzlaff all the time. With the elim
lnation of Tetzlaff by a minor accl
dent la his Fiat car at the 244 mile
jost the race settled down to a driv
ing duel between Bragg and DePal
ma. De Palma Nearly Victor
DePalma was two minutes, 3C sec
onds behind Bragg as he swung Into
the last 7.SS mile lap. Bragg hal
slowed down considerably and Do
raimaet out to eaten tntronver. ierWere entitled to go on tno ballot un
caught him in the next to the last lap
of the contest. In a desperate effort
to pass Bragg In the narrow roadway,
near where Bruce-Brown was killled
Tuesday, De Palma shot his heavy
Mercedes Into the rear of Bragg's
Fiat. In the recoil of the collision Del
Palma's car was thrown into a ditch
and wrecked.
Thrown Clear of Car
De Palma and his mechanican, Tom
Alley, were thrown clear of the car.
Bragg as his part of the $10,000
purse, received $3000.
Erwin Bergdell of Philadelphia, whu
drove a Benz car made second place
after a pretty fight with GII Ander
son for the last sixty miles of the
race, and received ?2oUU.
Bergdell's average speed for thej
race was 63.61 miles an hour. t
Gil Anderson, who finished third I
witlj a Stutz oar, the only American
car "to remain through the race, gets
$1250 as his end. His average speed
was C5.55 miles an hour.
Oldfield Finishes Fourth
Barney Oldfield, who finished fourth
with a Fiat car at an average speed
of 64.75 miles an hour, took $950 as
fourth money.
George Clark, who still was driving
a Mercedes with one more lap to go
when Oldfield finished was flagged b
starter Wagner and awarded $500 ai
fifth money.
MASONS OF HIGH DEGREE MEET
WASHINGTON, D- C, Oct. 5.
The most distinguished Masonic ga
thering of an international character
that has ever met In the United
States will assemble In this city next
week for an International conference
of supreme councils of the fraterni
ty. The foreign delegates, a number
of whom arrived in the city today,
include Masons of the highest de
gree from France, Italy, Belgium,
RroMrf Eevnt Mexico, Switzerland
and from several of the countries of
South America and many of the larg
er cities of Canada.
READY FOR FLEET'S VISIT.
NEW YORK. Oct 5. Before this
time next week the mightiest fleet
of warships ever assembled under the
American flag will be riding at an
chor In the Hudson river. Rear Ad
miral Osterhaus is due to arrive
with sixteen battleships tomorrow,
being followed on Thursday next by
the reserve. Including eleven battle
ships and four armored cruisers.
Other arrivals before the end of the
week will make a total of 32 bat
tleships, A armored cruisers, 4 pro
tected cruisers, 21 special type ves
sels. 3 colliers, G naval militia ships,
26 destroyers, 16 torpedo boats and
10 submarines, a total of 127 ves
sels. The secretary ot the navywill
Inspect the vessels on aionaay, week
and the next day the fleet will be re
viewed by President Taft
ARIZONA WEATHER
ARIZONA, Oct. 5. Local rains In
the central and southeast parts of
state Snow In the north; fair in
southwest poitloun Sunday; Monday,
probably fair.
Prominent Chicago
Men Arres ted For
Renting out Dives
First Warrants Issued in
Windy City for Arrest of
Owners of Resorts
CHICAGO, Oct 33: The first war
rants for the arrest of persons charg
ed with renting property for Immoral
panoses were Issued today and given
officers for service. They are against
Harrison B. Hiley. president of the
Chicago Title and Trustcompany, and
Justin M. Dall, secretary of the same
company. vBoth are prominent In bus
iness circles and socially.
States Attorney Wyman said that
tlfty more warrants would be issued
Monday. He said his Intention is not,
to prosecute inmates of . immoral
houses, but the owners of the proper
ty. ASKS WALLACE
TO. HELP TAFT
Anti-Roosevelt Republicans
Call on Acting Governor
of California to Sum
. mon Legislature
AMEND' PRIMARY ACT
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 5. Resolu
tions calling on Lieutenant Governor
Wallace, acting governor In the ab
sence of Governor Johnfon in the
east, to call tmmediately an extraor
dinary session of the state legislature
for the purpose of amending the pri
mary law so as to permit the placing
on the ballot In November the names
of the electors named by the Taft
wing of the republican party, were
adopted today at a meeting of the
executive committee of that organl
zatlon. The mctting was called to discuss
.1.., eitli.f'nn kf!.ellca tha Toft win.
nf ili Mrtr mliirh hv failnrr. tn nam !
electors by petition, through a decis
Ion of the supreme court, holdim
that the Roosetelt electors named by
ihn state convention atwSacramento
der the designation "republican, is
unable to get on the ballot the names
of the electors.
The advisability of sending to oth
er states speakers to intorm the ot:
ers of those states of the "manner in
...i,ii. .Ho "..,,ui,nt nf r.iiifnrni.i !
v.,..W, i.. i UP w. --.-l
have been robbed of their fnncMe"i
also was discussed and commented
on favorably
FRIENDS OF BQD1E TO
TRY TO FREE SLAYER
Petition Sets Forth Man
Pleaded Guiity Because
of Prejudice
A petition, asking Governor George
W. P. Hunt to pardon John Budlsa
govlch, alias John Bodie, Is being cir
culated In the Warren district and
many are signing it
Bodie shot a fellow countryman a;
Tj.wpII several weeks ago and was
hpld to the superior court. In which
he entered a plea of guilty and re -
ceived a comparatively light sentence
On account of a plea of guuty me
state's case was not presented hut it
was reported at the time that it had
a strong case against Bodie.
Bodie was said to have shot his
fellow-countryman in the back and
this statement was affirmed by the
man who was shot The petition sets
forth that Bodie entered a plea of
guilty on account of prejudice that
he felt there was against him and that
there is a reasonable presumption
that Bodie acted in self-defense.
The petition also points out that
rtnriln i Itmorant of the laws and cus
toms of this country and that they
are looked up for him In a foreign
lancuace as he did not speaK or un
derstand the English language.
Bodie was sentenced at tho present
term ot court and only recently was
taken to Florence.
FOR WATERWAYS IMPROVEMENT
LEWISTON, Idaho, Oct 5: Dele
gates from five states are attenmns
the second annual convention of the
Columbia and Snake River Water
ways association, which met here to
day for last day's .session. The as
sociation ,1s working for a congres
sional appropriation for the comple
tion of the Celilo canal and the open
ing of the Columbia and Snake rivers
to all-year navigation.
BOY MURDERER CAPTURED
ST. ANTHONY, Idaho, Oct 4.
Arthur Whltaker, aged 12 years, was
captured today alter being driven by
hunger from his hiding place In a
haystack where he took refuge yes
terday after bavins shot and killed
his mother. The boy was taken to
tho Min'nfv tail, where hn related
without a tear, and with unshaken
voice, how he killed his mother.
2 HIGHWAYMEN
SHOOT AND ROB
MINER OE $45
Lowell Visited by Bandits
Who Hold up Man in
Room Above or Near
Saloon
VICTIM SERIOUSLY"
HURT; MAY RECOVER
Mystery Enshrouds Case
and Bystanders Loath to
Give Information; Of
ficers Investigating
Kusti I.altine, a Flnlandcr, was held
up by two masked highwaymen
in a room, over or back of the Pike
saloon at Lowell early last nlgbj and
was shot through the head by one of
the highwaymen with a .22-callber-automatlc
pistol '
Laitine and ..another man were In
the room wfien the highwaymen en
peared at the tloof, .both masked and
demanded their money. The robbers
went -through the clothes of the men
and It Is -said got .$45 from the two:
There Is mystery about the case that
has not yet been cleared up, though
Officer Rooney. of 'Lowell, Is working
diligently on the case and Interest
ing developments may follow.
Victim Probably Resisted '
It Is presumed, however, that Lal
tlne resisted the hold-up and was shot
by one of the highwaymen. The but
let entered his chin, passed under the ,
the toncue and came out at the back
of his head. No report of the shoot
ing was made to Lowell officers and
some time .was lost In getting the
trail of the blghwaymeg on this nc
count Also, there appeared to be an
Intangible indifference on the part of
bystanders In the rreet to give in
formation or to hinder investigation.
Laitine speaks English but poorly
and was unable to throw any light un
the hold up when questioned shortly
after the shooting, except that he was
held up and robbed. He is at the Cal
umet and Arizona hospital and Is in
ja serious conditions cut probably will
recover.
Dr. Bledsoe Called
Dr..JC. C. Bledsoe was called to at
tend the man and Ordered .him sent
to the hospital. Deputy Sheriff Rocuv
ey has not yet been permitted to sool
Laitine and get his story and tho
other man was unable to give a Uas
cription of the masked men as their
faces were almost completely hidden
hy handkerchiefs,
rM.i 1 i.tJ m-.i
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les about the amount ot money taken
and ,3 sald t0 have Btateu at ona
wmt; luiii iucj just iiu luuut:
The affair has a striking similarly
to another that occurred at Lowell
several months ago. except in that af
fair there was no shootinj. A room
In which a game was in progress w'as
invaded one pay day night by high
waymen and the "Jackpot" and the
players copped. Yesterday was C. &
A. payday.
Few people In Lowell knew of the
shooting as long as an hour after It
occurred; and, according to officers
those who heard of it were loath to
give Information.
FATHER CLARK GOES ABROAD
NEW YORK, Oct 5. Dr. Francis
E. Clark, founder and president of
the Woftd's Cb:-lstlan Endeavor
union, accompanied by his wife an J
, son. sailed today for Europe. The
1 party will spend the winter touring
: the Holy Land and later will attend
christian Kndeavor meetings to be
held next spring in Norway, Sweden
and Finland. -
TO ENTHRONE BISHOP WELLER
FOND DU LAC. Wis., Oct 5. The
enthronement of Rt Rev. Reginald
Heber Weller, who succeeds the late
Bishop Grafton as head of the Prot
estant Episcopal diocese of Fond du
Lac, is to take place tomorrow in
St Paul's cathedral. The service will
the special request of Bishop WeJIer
SENATOR LODGE PRESIDES
BOSTON, Mass.. Oct. 3. Senator
Henry Catot LVjdge 'occupied tho
chair and delivered the keynote
31eech at the republican state con
tention which met today in Tremont
Temple to nominate 18 presidential
electors and frame a platform for
the state campaign.
WILSON THE GUEST OF BRYAN
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 5. William
J. Bryan welcomed Governor Wood-
row Wilson upon tho latter's ar
rival in Lincoln today to deliver an
address. The democratic presiden
tial candidate will remain over to
morrow as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Bryan at Falrvlew.
PACK ELECTED PRESIDENT.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 5: Charles
L. Pack, of Cleveland, wns elected
president of the National Conserva
tion congress today. Amendments to
the constitution, . placing 'the con
gress on a permanent basis with a
membership roll Instead of having
delegates appointed, by the states.
municipalities and 'organizations were
adopted. J"
REO sra ends:
SEASON'-AREAO
Of ALL TEAMS
Boston American Lead Ev
ery Team ofUfe 16. Clubs
in Two j Major
Leagues
FINISHES 9 POINTS
" MORE TILVN GIANTS
Washington Senators in Sec
ond Place but May Lose
Standing Tjoday if
Cubs Win
NEW YORK, Oct, f : The Nation
al and American league seasons clos
ed In the east today (with the Boston
Americans being credited with the
largest string of victories of any of
the sixteen clubs In lie two leagues
Thejr record of X05 fejimes won, forty
seven lost, with a percentage of .691
Is nine pqints better! than the stand
ing of the New York (team of the Na
tional league which!-was 103 sames
and won, forty eight lost.
Senators Second
By results of today's play of the
American league. -Washington finish
ed In second place ty a seven poin'
margin over Philadelphia, last year's
world's champions.
In the National league a still clos
er race forsecond place brought Pitts
lmrg and Chicago almost to a tie. The
Pittsburg men havfe the Jiono-s to-
night by a two-point .margin, but the
loss tomorrow to iuciunati and a
Chicago victory over St Louis would
give the cubs second place.
Giants Won FJnal Game
The Giants won the final game 'to
day in Washington park, Brooklyn,
marking the last major league con
test to be staged in that old park.
Tcarcau, "spitball" pitcher, whose
exceptional success during the latter
half of the Giant's season placed him
at the forefront at the world's series.
worked out today and showed In fine-
form In five Innings pitched, allowing I
but wto hits.
Defeats .Precedence
Precedent, incidentally, has been
agansUincnwho.lfiom up In advance
as -possible' herdra! the" world's ser
ies. .
Speculation as to who will "Baker-
Izo" the forthcoming contests has led
to the choice of Speaker, Wood. Gard
ner, or Stahl among the Boston me.i.
and Doyle, Meyers, Tesreau and Math-
jewEon for the New York team, but
there are as good chances for a dark
horse.
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DESERTED
Mrs. Lee Joiner Says HUs-
band Left Sept. 10 with
Niece; not Heard
from Since
ASKS MAN' S ARREST
Lee Joiner, former police officer
of this city, and a candidate for the
democratic nomination for city mar
shal In the last city election, who left
Bisbee September 10. accompanied by
a niece, has failed to arrive at their
destination, a point in the state ot
Texas whither he was accompanying
his niece, and a complaint charging
him with wife and child desertion
may be made against him by tils'
i'oung wife.
Joiners dlsapiearance nas been n
more or less subdued scandal for se
eral days but not until yesterday was
the" whispered charge against him giv
en official cognizance
His young wife, to whom he was
married about a. year ago, appeared
Wore a Justice of the peace and told
the ludce that she desired to swear,
to a-complaint against Jolnec, cnare
ins- mm witn aeseriron.
Wife Wants Arrest of Husband
The seriousness of the offense was
explained to her but ahe stoutly . as-
serted that she desired to have Join-
miiHiimi iu uci uuk u aiutakaj . v
arrested and returned to Bisbee.
not to live with and support her, bat
to' be punished. The law for the pun
ishment of wife and child desertion
is & new one, having been passed by
the last legislature, and violation of
it Is a serious offense, constituting a
felony with punishment o! Imprison
ment In the state penitentiary. The
Voung woman, who carried an Infant
baby tn her armsv was referred lo
Deputy County Attorney Murry, na
will return tomorrow from Tombstone.
Not Heard of Since Sept 10.
Mrs. Joiner is in receipt of letters
from Joiner's relatives In Texas and
from the girl's relatives, stating that
they had not arrived. They left Bla
bee together September 10 and have
not been heard "f since they passed
through El Paso, where Joiner mail
ed bis wire a card.' More than .suffi
cient time has elapsed. It is said, to
have (enabled the couple to reach
their desUnatlon and the young wife
has concluded that she has been de-
serteis- She says that she was-' left
IfiMCH PLInuPLf?
Hire unHm
SHt'S
Southerners JLike Teddy's Ideas
On Waterways; Deny Him Votes
Co!. Rooevelt
MEMPHIS, Tcnn. Oct 5 -Col
Roosevelt came south last week he J
saw, but ho far as votes are con-;
cerned at least, ho failed to conquer.
The south received the colonel wltlijmcnt of the Mississippi river. The
true southern hospitality, tl turned
oiu to greet him in goodly numbers.
!t gave him renews applause But
v-hn he hai' gone it s.ud: "Well, "f
course, Teddy "s a bully good fellow,
but we can't give him our vote. We've
tr.vtys gone demccrafi since the war.
and there's no partl.MiVi-- icason tor
ssntiglng this year.
Probably Roosevelt didn't expert ,
to take the south by storm. Of course
he wouldn't mind getting a few
southern electorcl vote3 this year,
but those who are on the Inside say
the colonel will not be disappointed
if he does no more than to. establish
the progressive party In the states be
low the Mason and Dixon's line this
year This he will probably MicceeJ
GUY EODIE IS GIVEN
SECRET E
Citv Prosecutor Accused of
Immoral Charge Asks
Public Be Kept Out
LOS ANGSLJiS. Oct. 5. To the dis
appointment Of hundreds who gath
ered In anticipation of sensational dis
closures. Judge Wilbur, of the su
preme court, granted the request of
the defense today for a secret exami
nation of Guy Eddie, city prosecutor.
and official censor of public morals,
wbo Is charged with contributing to
the delinquency of a minor girl.
After hearing the story of Mrs.
Alice Phelps, 20 years old. the girl
In the case, the case was adjourned
until next Thursday.
HOUSE RENT FREE TO MINERS
ELY, Oct 3. The Nevada Con
solidated Slining company has posted,
notices at McGUl that all families
shall be allowed to remain In build
ings, with rent, light and water free.
The McGIU carpenters have accept
ed the advance of 25 cents a day of
fered by the company.
TIMES FIRE LOSS $35,000
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 3. The ware
house of the Xos Anseles Times
burned today. The los Is S3ut000.
The turned building was filled wlthl
... a .....m X vfiA lmrillflfi !
print paper and other supplies.
TO RAISE HEIGHT OF DYKES
PANAMA, Oct 5: It has. been
found advisable to raise the height of
dykes at Gambia from 75 feet,. as or
iginally planned, to 7S feet, 2 Inches
In order to protect the Cubebra cut
against inundation from'the Charges
1 .
ver in consequence of 4 rise ot wa
er at Gatun lake Jhs.dyke across
the channel also is to lie widened
forty feet
3.00C GREEKS GO TO WAR
NEW YORK. Oct 5. The steamer
Macedonia sailed today for Piraeus
with 10,000 rounds of ammunition and,
many tons of powder. 400 fignting
men of the reserve army of Greece
werp aboard. Wlthlrl one hour she
was followed by the Martha Wash
ington with 1,000 men aboard, and
it was announced the Madonna would
sail Monday with 700 Greeks.
without anything for the support of
herself and 'infant, baby.
Mrs. Joiner. afrall little woman will
run a rooming house. It Is said, to
sunnort herself and child. She was
formerly an employe of the local tele
phone exchange and criticism of Join
er has been accompanied by much
sympathy for her.
V
In the South. w
I in doing
The thing about Roosevelt that
pieaseu tne soumernere most was nis
attitude with regard to the- dev clop-
colonel told the people that If elec.
ed he would do all in his. power to
make the "father of waters" a great
highway of commerce; that he would
favor the removal of the machinery
now employed at Panama, to the
Mississippi as soon as. it 'work Is
done on the isthmus; 'that he favors
spending as many millions, as need
be to make the greaUrlvert-a" commer-
clal .highway
Here in Tennessee the workers in
the new party believe It has n Vice
to carry the state. Roth old parties
are split with internal dissension and
the Roosevelt party fs very active.
In other southern states, however,
the colonel's friends concede- that ho
really hasn t a chance
IS
BY
Chairman of Senatorial
Committee on Mexico
Gets Information
EL PASO. Oct. 3. Senator Wil
liam Alden Smith, chairman of the
senatorial committee investigating
Mexican affairs, examined today Col
onel Pascual Orozco Sr. and Juan
Pedro Dldapp. former representative
of General Orozco at Washington, D.
C.
They were escorted to tho sena
torial commlttfc from jail, where they
are held pending extradition pro
ceedings. Senator Smith said their state
ments were of value.
C. Ei Kelly, mayor of EI Paso,
also was examined.
Senator Smith will start tomorrow
for Michigan, but will return here to
complete the local probe. Senator
Fall of New Mexico will continue tak
Ing evidence here.
AMBASSADOR FLIES IN 'PLANE
MANCHESTER, Mass., Oct. 3.
From his seat fn pn aeroplane, James
Brvce. British ambassador to the
United States obtained a bird'seyo
view of the Massachusetts north
shor today. The ambassador Is vls
tnoae Avho called to' pay
? .- ..
Itlne friends li Ma?sachusetts. anu
resDecls was W. Starling Burgess,
who swooped down in 'his biplane.
Mr. Bryce at once expressed a de
sire to make a flight and the avla-
tor Invited htm to take a seat in tne
aeroplane,
NINE ARE KILLED
PHILADELPHIA. Oct 5: Nine are
reported to have been killed late to
night when .an. automqblle In which
they were riding went '"river an em
bankment at the edge of Fairmount
park here.
DEFENDS PARDONING SLAYERS
LONG BEACH. Oct E: Ueut. Gov
ernor Wallace, who Is acting governor,
addressed the Methodist conference
today and defended his action In par
doning condemned murderers. "Cap
ital punishment works out unevenly
It's for the poor man and not for the
rich man."
BREAKS TRACK RECORD
FRESNO, Oct. 5: A Stutz car.
Earl Sooper driving it, took all tho
honors today at the races of the Fres
no County fair under A. A. A. aus
pices. In the fourth race on exhibi
tion, he beat the track record of 35
and 1-5 set by Barney Oldfield sever
al years ago. The mile' was made in
55 flat
0. S. MARINES
FORGE REBELS
OUT COYOTEPE
Nicaragua General and Men
Unable to Withstand
Attack Made by
Bluejackets
VICTORY RELIEVES
STARVING CITIZENS
Admiral Southerland Tells
Washington Country
Has Reason to Re
Proud of its Men
WASHINGTON, Oct 5: In a gal
lant assault American Marines and
Blue jackets yesterday drove the NIc
araguan revolutionary leader. Gener
al Zeledon and his forces from Coyo
tei'f. Barrancas Hills, near Masaya,
after thirty-seven minutes of fighting,
but In the action four privates ot the
Vnlted States marine corps were kill
ed and a number wounded.
Victory Relieves Masaya
The victory of the Americans open
ed the way for the Nlcaraguan gov
ernment troop3 to assault the town
Masaya which they took from the revo
lutionists and the starving Inhabi
tants were relieved. The Insurrection
ist losses were heavy, while the gov-
ernment force lost 100 killed and 200
wounded.
General Zeledon, the rebel chief, es
caped, but later was cornered and
killed by a troop of federal cavalry.
Marines to Attack Rebel City
One thousand American Marinei
and Blue jackets, under Lieutenant
Colonel Charles G. Long are moving
on the city of Leon, the remaining
rebel stronghold.
American marines killed were: Pri
vates, Ralph Victor Bobbett, Nevada.
Mo.; Charles Hays Durham, Junction
City; Ky.; Clarence Henry McGUl.
Portland. Maine; Harry Pollard, Med
way, Mass.
The Most Seriously Injured
The Americans most seriously in
jured arc Second Lieut. George W.
Martin, Company C, First Battalion,
Wlnterhlll Mass. Sergeant A. P.
Sherburne. Georgetown, Mass; Pri
vate William Harvey, enlisted, Bos
ton; "Private Alfred Lunder, enlisted,
Fargo, N D His brother. David Lun
der. lives at Baker, Mont. T P. Cap
tain ordinary seaman, cruiser Califor
nia. .
U. S. Seamen Did Well
The navy department cannot, iden
tify the captain, and asked Rear Ad
miral Southerland for Information. Ad
iniral Southerland in reporting tho
battle to the navy department said:
'The department and country have
every reason lo be proud of the offi
cers, marines and Blue jackets who
engaged In the action.
REBELS SURRENDER
TO ESCAPE
Remnant of Forces in Son-
ora Give Themselves up
to Gain Amnesty
CANAiNEO, Oct. 3 A Remnant of
the rebel forces in the state of Son
ora, fifty men led by Isidro Esco
toza gave themselves up today to the
federal authorities here, surrendering
their rifles and accepting the amnes
ty recently offered by President Ma
dero Escoboza since last May ba3
given the federal trops a lively chase.
The rebels suffered Tor want of fooJ
and clothing.
AUSTRALIANS WIN FIRST
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 5: Tho
Australian Rugby team won the first
game of the present trip to the United
States by defeating the barbarians o!
San Francisco 2& to 8, today.
BRITISH COLUMBIA WINS
PORTLAND. Oct. 5:' British Co
lumbia won the first international
rifle shoot today over teams from
Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Score
of British Columbia? 2829; Oregon.
5730; Washington, 2695: Idaho. 2G60.
ELDER ROBERTS MAKES ADDRESS
SALT LAKE CITY. Oct 3: Elder
B. H. Roberts delivered the principal
address today before the delegates of
the church of Jesus Christ of the Lat
ter Day Saints, who were here attend
ing the eighty-third semi-annual con
ference, which ends tomorrow
METAL MARKET
NEW YORK. Oct 3. Copper nomi
nally unchanged. Silver G4 1-8.
LIPTON TO CHALLENGE AGAIN
LIVERPOOL. Oct 3. Sir Thomas
Lipton is on his way to tho United
States to challenge once more for
the America's cup. He sailed today
on the Caronla. In reply to a ques
tion h said: "I am going to Now
York prepared to challenge for the
Amtrlca's cup, after d'scusslng the
terms under the latest rules of tho
American club."
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