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Si 10 BE IN
Former President's Wife
with Husband and Will
Not Permit Many to
Go to His Room
Rough Rider Wishes to Make
at Least One 3Iorc
Speech Before Elec
tion in November
CHICAGO. Oct 16 After a day of
ceareless vigil, Roosevelt s pnyslclans
tonight could say no more than that
Ills condition virtually was unchanged.
Indication1-, tliey said, favored a
speedy recovery of the ox-president
from the effects of the bullet which
struck him down at Milwaukee Mon
day night. A rise inempcratiire and
jAlre late today, however, made his
condition for the time being som- -what
less favorable. The fac his
rib was fractured, which was not dis
closed un'il today, added to the feel
ing of uncertainty
Friday Will Tell The Talc.
Not Leforo Friday, if all go's well,
will the phyrlclans be prepared to
soy the patient is out of danger In
the intervening period it Mill be re
quired to determine whether blood
poisoning or other complications are
to bo feared.
Teodor Roosevelt, Jr. after a talk
with his father and a consultation
with attending surgeons expressea
these feelings about the ex-president:
"It will be four or tive days." ne
paid, "before we can breathe easily."
Rccsevelt Quiet During Day.
Col. Roosevelt passed a quiet aud
apparently carefree day and he was
seemingly tho least concerned of alL
lie was buoyed up by the cheerful
appearance of Sirs. Roosevelt, wno ar
rived early In the day from New York
and remained wi'h him constantly
He .felt no paid, bo said, and moved
about at will on his bed, reading and
dictating telegrams or talking with
members of his family. In the after
noon he slept for a short time.
Dr. John B. Murphy who is in
charge of the case and Dr Arthur
Dean Bevan an dDr. Scurry Terrell,
Roost velfs phvsicians, hld three con
sultations during the day As'de from
otflrlal bulletins the issued, which
gavo llttlo information of any change,
ne would say little of the condition
of his patient Why it was that the
fracture of Roosevelt s rib was not
disclosed was no cause for alarm.
Mrs, Roosevelt In Charge.
Soon after Mrs. Roosevelt reached
tho hospital she took charge of af
fairs. She was acconpan'ed by The
odore Roosevelt. Jr, and Mrs. Nicho
las Longworth, abo Miss Ethel
Roosevelt. Later in the day. Con
gressman Longworth arrived. Mrs.
Roosevelt Installed herself in a room
adjoining that or her husband and
during the day she seldom left his
bedside. Mrs Roosevelt's first move
was to decree that the colonel must
not see any visitors except members
ef his family.
Once or twice during the day she
made exceptions, but otherwise she
adhered to her resolution.
Colonel Is Restrained.
The colonel was "feeling fine" and
ready to receive visitors but Mrs
Roosevelt gave him no opportunity- to
pass on her ruling for she made it
on her own authority to see it wa?
enforced. She received the cards and
messages for the colonel and sent
back replied with the result the col
onel himself did not know who wished
to see hlra.
It was learned today the X-Ray
photograph taken In Milwaukee a few
hours after Col. Roosevelt was shot
did not show accurately the location
of tho bullet
Another was taken this afternoon.
Tho fracture of the rib explained the
pair. CoL Roosevelt felt In breathing
deeply. The impression grew today
that Col. Roosevelt would be able to
do little and nothing more in the
Colonel Must Stay In Hospital.
. Although the colonel expressed the
hope of leaving for Oyster Bay Sun
day. It Is probable he will ls com.
ro4led to remain In the hospital for
at least a week longer and that after
his arrival at home he will not be
permitted to plunge into the campaign
The associates of CoL Roosevelt
said he was showing ao concern ot
the possible effect ef hi romevol
from the field of battle. It Itoosi
volt's desire to male at least one
more speech before the election, that
n his own steo nf New York, if he
eon do nothing else he hopes to
peak In Madison Square garden.
Lllt.e to Indicate Trouble.
There Is little in the appearance of
Col. Roosevelt to 'ndicate he Is not
In usual health. Hie face has not
lost Its color, as Jie sat propped up
with pillows and he moved about
easily, apparently free from pain
As he talked he uned his characterist
ic gesture, althugh with perhaps
less vigor than usual. At times his
laugh was heard on the corridor out
side. He was relieved from politic
for the first time in months an he
seemed to enjoy his carefree state
DEFENDANT IN' BCT '
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John T. Cutler. -
One of tho most prominent ot tho
defendants In tho government's pros
ecution or alleged dynamiters at
Indianapolis Is Johr T. Butler, or
Buffalo. Butler is first vice president
of the Iron Workers union.
END OF J9HU
NEW YORK. Oct 1G The cessa
tion of the Turko Italian war stimu
lated a bullish sentiment In all for
eign exchanges, the feeling later
spreading to Its own market which
opened actively broad and strong.
Canadian Pacific again was tho
chlpf feature of the opening w.th a
rise of over four points. Copper was
especially strong. Steel as well as
othrr issues independent of the iron
companier was active at better prices.
In the final hour dealing fell off. The
close was actlte with anollier upward;
movement of progrers. London fol
lowed with Its home movements and
Americans with further purchases;
here to a big extent end the absorp-'
tion was estimated at 30.000 snares, I
chiefly of steel end Amalgamated. '
Easter monetary conditions pre-'
vailed abrewd. Local raies indicated
increased nrmncss. tionus were steady i
and fairly active U. S. bonds un-,
changed. - -
ORDERED TO ELY.
RENO, Otc lfi A message from
Governor Oddie at Ely was received
by Capta n W C. Dunnell. superin
tendent 01 be tate police at Car
son, ordering b-m to proceed immedi
ately with an lutt-moblie to Ely He
will leave Reno tomorrow nlgfct
and was determined to make his stay
in the horpltal as enjoyable as e va
cation. ) SJS
Shows HIti Out of Room.
Once in tho afternoon Mrs Roose
velt found O. K Davis, secretary of
the progressive national committee in
Col Roosevelt's roorr. He remained
there onl a few sconds after tne
appearance of Mrs. Roosevelt, who
without debate, showed him to "the
corridor. Tho nervous tension of yes
terday was somewhat relaxed today.
Kew persons were admitted to the
corridor near Col. Roosevelt's room
on the third floor and they spoe In
satnral tones Instead of low whispers.
When the score of the baseball
game In Boston began to come Dy in
nings. Col. Roosevelt was almost for
gotten for a time. On the street out
side of the hospital there was a less
crowd and at times only newspaper
reporters and correspondents were
seen. There was one exception In
the person of a young girl, who
tool: up a position at the main door
of the hospital early in the morning
and remained until after dark.
Girl Insists on Seing T. R.
Soon after she arrived she sent
word she must see Col Roocevc'!',
She was told her request could not
be granted and she replied she was
polng to rftav mtll 3he did see him.
She remained at her post until hunger
and weariness drove her away.
Messages of condolence continued
to pour In today from all parts of the
wor'd. One from Samuel Gompew
said: "Upon learning of the outrag
eous attack upon you, I am too much
shocked to find expression. I join
with men of organized labor, in com
mon with all of our people, who are
profoundly honing and expecting yot'r
speedy recovery "
Col. Roosevelt laughed heartily at
a message from three athletic friends,
which read: "The Bull Moose league
athletes express to ycu our dcopect
ryiapathy lid trusts our athletic Bull
Moose soon will bo restored to us
committee: John Hayes, Melvln,
Sheppard, Michael J. Ryan."
Roosevelt's old friend, Father Cur
ran of Wllkesbarre, Pa, arrived at
the hospital late today, laving come
from Battle Creek, Michigan, to seo
the colonel. Roosevelt talked w!h
him for r. quarter of un hour.
Probably no man !n the United
States feels worse over CoL Roose
velt being shot than Billy Wood,
with the C. & A. Mining company.
Woods was known as ''Broncho Bill"
and was with-Roosevelt at San Juan
hill, Gvba. Many times since that
war Woods has met Roosevelt and no
matter the crowd or occasion Roose
velt would stop everything to talk
to his friend and associate.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, 0 CTtfBER 17, 1912
Score Yesterday in Cham
pionship Series Results
Three to Two for
BEDIENT PROVES TO
BE RAPID PITCHER
New Yorks Work, Hard for
Superiority But Hub's
N. Y's. the Hook
BOSTON. Oct. 16. The Boston
Red Sox. pennant winners ot the
American league, are the world",
champions for 1912, by defeating Jbe
New York Nationals today 3 to 2 in
a ten inning game. They captured
the fourth -victory of the worlds se
ries, and carried off the premier hon
ors of baseball. The Giants had won
three games of the series that he.i
teen played before more than a quar
ter ot a million people, and one con
test was a tie.
Today's was a game of excitement
anl changing emotions for the 17.000
spectators who went to Fenway iwrU
to seo the teams meet in tho derid
ing contest. Not until the twilight
had fallen on the tenth Inning did
Red Stocking Ed Yerkes flash ovt
the plate with a winning run.
The nine Innings of the pitching
duel were between the master box
man of the Giants, Christy Mathi-w
son, and the stripling, Bedient.
Woods Is There
"Smoky Joe" Woods, for the Sox,
found two contenders lor the lham
pionshlp honots, with a tally each.
Into the tenth inning the contest
went, the Giants having chilled the
hopes of the Boston crowd by scor
ing a run on a doouble Into "be
Murray hit my Merkle to ecnter,
which Speaker Juggled, and Engle led
off for the Sox in the last half of the
tenth. He had gone bat for Jo
Wood, and there was a. groan when
the Sox plnall hitter tfetal qi a tower
ing fly to left venter
Snodgrass moved over toward t!i
l-louhT seats and waited for the ' I1
to drop He muffed it, and bef
the ball wis recovered. En.; e v i
on second base.
None out sent the crowd into a fr.
zy of Joy Hooper tried a sacntite
bit, but Matheweon foiled him and
the best the Sox right gardener could
to wag to fly to Snodgrass Tle
Giant s pitcher tried to work corner
on the plate for Yerkts, tut Yerke-'
waited him out, and walked on four
tails With Engle on second and
Yerkes on first, Tris Speaker ewe
up The first bail pitched was a
curve, inside and Speaker popped up
a high foul Meyers, Merkle and
Mathewson went after it, but it fell
safe between them
New York's last chance to stop
the Bostons passed with a failure to
get a foul ball Mathewson started
a high fast one, and Speaker met it
lairly On a lino over Doyle's head
the bail was driven, and Engle rushed
over the plate with the tying run.
On a throw-in, Yerkes went to third
and Speaker dashed to second
R H E
Boston -3 S
.New York 2 9 2
Bcdicnt, Wood any Cady; Mathew
son and Meyers.
Score by Innings
Boston 000000100 23
New York . .001000000 12
Two base hits Murray 2. Herzog,
Gardner. Henickson and Stahl. Sac
rifice hits Wagner, Meyers. Stolen
iaies Snodgrass, Devore, Meyers.
Bases on balls Mathewson 5, Bedient
3, Wood 1- Struck out Mathewson
2, Bedlent 2. Wood 2 Hits off Be
dlent C and one run, 7 innings. OK
Wood, 3 and one run, 3 innings. O.T
Cady, one, 3 innings. Left on bases
New York 11. Boston D. First on er
rors New York 1, Boston 1. Time,
2:27. Umpires O'Loaghlin at plate.
Rigler on bases; Idem left; Evane
Attendance 17,634. Receipts $3,
509. National commission's share,
$3,050. Each club gets $12,725.
creks Wins Game
New York's inHeld drew in, and
Lewis purposely passed so the run
ner could be forced at the plate on an
infield grounder. Then came the fin
ish. Gardener, with three balls and
a strike on him, smashed a long fly
to Devore. Yerkes set himself at
third, and made a dash for-- home,
when the bell dropped In Devore a
hands. Meyers crouched at the plate
to take the throw expected from De
vore. In an instant be eaught it, and
Devore whipped the bell homeward.
On came the flying Yorks on cam
the ball, and Mathewson, who law
the throw would be a little to the left
of the fielder, threw up his hands,
and Meyers turned away without try
ing for the ball.
Yerkes did not know he threw wide,
but, however, he plunged head foe
most over the plate, and In a cloud
of dust, came with the run than wjn
the world'a championship for the Sox.
McGraw Felicitates Stahl
Manager McGraw elbowede his way
through the throng to the Sox club
house and bench stand, where wero
BIG AMERICAN BATTLESHIP FLEET
IN HUDSON RIVER FOR REVIEW BY PRESIDENT
tJtV - . !-'' lV&,i4jlnn j 'XRfX 1'( 3? Vrfr T SfT'fY- cfi&f --y
Tep picture thowi tie American fleet
sailing thrcugh Narrows at New
Yerk: at tne bottom. Rear Admiral
Otterrout and battleship "Nortn
Dakota' pastlno. under the Brooklyn
b'fdce Oct. 5. Inserts shew mascots
c' sailor boys on two ef tha battle
ships. Lonklrjr In their way wir paint
tike it thunderstorm sweeping In from
yea. ten l!att1fthlps ot the Atlantic
fleet, un Ur the command of Rear
Admiral Hugo Oxlerliou. recently
moved In majestic procession through
the Narrov nd the upper bay and
anchored In the lllltlson not far from
New York city. The sight was an
There have Plnre been dally ad
duions tQ tho fleet In the Hudson
Alleged Murderer of Gambler
Rosenthal in New York
Said to Claim lie
Would Be Rewarded
WIFE STICKS TO HIM
NEW YORK, Oct 1C When this
sensation blows over, the public will
give me a pension for killing that
These words are attributed to IJen
tenant Decker, by James D Hallen, a
fellow prisoner at the Tombs, at to
day's session of Keeker's trial on thn
charge of Instigating the murder ef
Herman Rosenthal a gambler wro
"squelaed" against him Hallen van
one of fifteen witnesses today for the
state Only one or two more will bo
called by the prosecution to complete
the case. Mrs. Rosenthal, widow of
the gambler, testified that Decker, her
husband's alleged partner in the gamb
ling house, said to her on the occa
sion of a raid on the gambling house.
"It's eilher Herman o.' me." This 11
tho so-called "fake raid," which the
jrrosecution claims was forced on
Becker by superior officers.
WILL INVESTIGATE SLUGGING
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 10. United
States District Attorney Miller tele
graphed to Attorney General Wlcker
sham tonight asking the department
cf justice to make a rigid investiga
tion of a reported slugging in Kansas
City, Mo ot H. E- Pearce, who tostl
fied Monday as a witness for the gov
ernment in the "dynamite conspiracy''
congregated Manager Stahl and the
"I can't say I am glad, Jake, hut
one Of the teams had to win; it was
the Red Sox, and congratulations are
In order," taid McGraw, addressing
Manager Stahl. A spectator ad
dressed an insulting remark to Man
ager McGraw as he walked acrof
the diamond, but while blows were
exchanged, no damage was done.
Baseball for box: Total paid at
tendenace for the series of eoght
games. 262,037. Total receipts J18D,
S33. Tacb club's share. $H7,02S.Si.
Natienal commission's share. $49,083.
30 Total players' share, derived from
first four games only, $147,571.69. Of
this the Boston players, as winners,
shared 40 per cent, or $58,543.01.
The New York players, as Josprs,
shared $M.028.Ca Each Red Sox
player, of whom there were twenty
two eligible, received $4,024.68. Each
Giant player, of whom there wero
twenty-three eligible, received 42,565.
46. Figures in every case are greater
than lor any other previous world'
: PENSION 15 DUE
Frank James Says
He Will Guard Col.
Roosevelt For Life
Brother of Noted Outlaw
Wants to Head Men to :
CHlCVGO Oct lfi -Frjn' !
James, said to be a I rother of '
Jesse James, offered his se vices '
as a member for guarding Colonel
Roosevelt today In his message '
to Colonel Roosevelt James said 1
"I offer m services as one of n
bundled men s a bodyguard for ,
the remaineder of the campaign
Chcose for yourself the ninety
nine, and allow mc to name my- 1
self, making one hundred I wcuid i
i-uuuae mi vuv w uu is not willing
to go into eternal darkness 'or
ou if neccssan '
Bullet is Flattened and Its
Position Indicates Teddy
in Good Condition
CHICAGO. Oct 16 The first X
ray plate which definitely shows the
Gullet In Colonel Roosevelt was de
veloped late today. Tho bullet is
shown partly embedded In a fracture
of the fourth rib, about four inches
from the sternum. The bullet is
much flattened and Spread out hi
sbapo. It crushed Into the upper edee
I of the rib. Several small splinters of
the bone project near it The re.Ho
graph shows an extraordinary spread
and the arch to the puncture of the
rib Indicates the unusual size of the
Colonel's lungs and development of
WHITE SOX IN LEAD
CHICAGO, OcL 16. A great rally
by the White Sox in the eighth in
ning gave them today's game in the
Chioago championship series. The se
ries now stands: Cubs 0, Sox 2. The
Nationals need one more victory to
win the title; the American leaguers
ST, LOUIS, Oct. 16-The local Na
tional league club retains the baaeball
championship at St Louis by winning
from the St. Louis Americans In the
seventh game of the inter-league se
ries. Today's victory made it four
wins for the champions and three for
the Americans and ono game a lie.
TAKE OFFENSIVE IS ORDER
r PARIS. Oct. 16. Turkish armlet
were ordered today to take tho offen
sive against tho Balkans immediately.
v, -, NUMBER 13S
a.id by October 11, It Is estimated
hat at least 113 vessels will be as
sembled for the -evew by President
Taft and Secretary Meyer of tho navy
department, which Is scheduled for
In tho meantime hundreds of per
sons are visiting the ships dally and
finding much of Interest. They en
joy mo" of all seeing the " . !--'"
with tl'eir mascots the wurm s
greatest variety, from , bear 10 a
0 SPEAK HERE
Arizona Solon and Other
Noted Orators Will Ad
dress Throngs at Cos
tello Lots on Main St
FARMERS AS AUDITORS
Tonight at the Costello amphithea
ter on Main stret. t'nited States
Senator Marc .b Smith. Congress
roan Carl lia len and Wiley Jones,
democratic candidate for presidential
elector, will speak for the democrat
ic national ticket.
The" speakers will arrive in the city
this afternoon, coming from Nogales,
where they spoke last night, and will
be met at the depot by a reception
committee headed by J. F. McDonald
and members of the local democrat
ic organization. " Reservations! for
them have been made at the Copper
Queen hotel, and all arrangements
for the speaking have been completed
and were approved at a meeting of
the local committtee last night.
The meeting last night was held
at the new headquarters of the Bis
tto democratic organization, the
large room to the right ot the front
entrance of the Copper Queen hotel.
The attendance was small, owing to
the short notice given, but the re
lorts showed that all committees
have l.een active. In a few hours'
time the financial commltee collected
a large enough fund from democrats
to take care of the rally this evening.
Flying Squadron Here
The democratic "flying squadron"
will V'Slt nearly every town in the
county this week, beginning with Bis
bee this evening. They will speak
at Lowell Friday night, and Saturday
morning they will leave the district
by automobile at 5 o'clock, visiting
Tombstone, Coiirtiand and Light, and
winding up at Douglas Saturday night
by a democratic rally and speaking
there. At Light there is a meeting of
farmers, and the speakers, will have
an opportunity to talk to them on
the issues of the campaign.
FEDERALS AFTER REBELS
EL PlASO, OcL 16. Communication
on the Mexican Northwestern south
of Juarez ainln was interrupted, the
rebels having cut the wires and
burned the bridges. Before the wires
were cut, it was learned that 1,500
federals from Chihuahua bad arrived
at Casas Grandes.
CONSULS ORDERED HOME
LONDON. Oct 16. The Servian
government ordered Its minister at
Constantinople to leave immediately,
Servian consuls all over Turkey also
are ordered home.
Overtures Are Now Being;
Made with President Ma
dero in Behalf of Lead
er Pascual Orozco
FELIX DIAzls UP
IN ARMS FOR SELF
New Revolutionary Leader
Is Said to Have No Equal
in Mexico and Will
Champion No One
EL PASO, Oct 10. Overtures were
made from men prominent in Ma
dero's government at Mexico City to
representatives here of Pascual Or
ozco Jr leader of the rebel move
ment In the north. it also was
learned from secret service source.;
that an emissary is on the way to
Paris to see I'orflrlo Diaz, president
of Mexico before the Madero revolu
tioh It is said today on the highest au
thontv that Felix Diaz, who had risen
in arms against the Madero govern
1 ment. Is one of five named as a presi
dential candidate to succeed Madero.
The new revolutionary head is said
b) the rebel leaders here to have no
equal in Mexico, and will champion
no man, leaving the selection to 'ho
popular vote or to some committee.
, MEXICO CITY, Oct. 1G General
Felix DIjz. nephew of Porflrlo Diaz.
the deposed president of Mexico, has
raised the banner of rebellion nt
'Vera Cruz He entered the city with
COO men. seized the arsenal and gar
rison, and placed men In charge of
the guns at Tamplco.
IS BITTEN BY
Second Person Who Is Vic
tim of Little Beast in
Section Near Prescott
PRESCOTT. Oct. IC. Another vic
, tim of ihe bite of a hydrophobia skunk
' it- Elmer M'ller, a cowboy emploved
by Ed Ritter. who was in the city,
p rfecting arrangements to be treated
at the Pasteur institute in Los An
geles. Miller was attacked while sleeping
on 'he ground near Hillside station
ft about 4 o'clock in the morning,
and was bitten on the right hand.
He stated yesterdav that the skunk
ce;t onto his bed on tho ground,
oud mistaking the animal for his dog
that was lying at his foot he at
tempted to slap it after It rencheft
his head and was prowling around
disturbing him He struck at it sev.
eral time3 and after bing down again
!n th bed the skunk crept qyletly to
his right hand and sank its teeth to
the bone. He then noticed that it was
the skunk that had attacked him, an
saw it disappear in tho dark. He has
gone to Los Ange'es to undergo med
This is the second case of being
bitten by a hydrophobia skunk in this
section this ear
SAYS HE'S DYNAMITER
1 CHICAGO, Oct. 16. Declaring he
I assisted in dynamiting the Los An
geles Times, and was guilty of other
1 bomb offenses, John Cook appeared
' bofore the officials in the department
1 of Justice today and begged to be
taken to Indianapolis immediately to
1 face trial. Cook would not give his
' address. He Is held pending advices
from Indianapolis for a further exami
nation of his story.
CALLS ON TROOPS
ELY, Oct. 16. Governor Oddie tele
graphed Captain Donnelly, of the Ne
vada state police, to gather an emer
gency force of men tonight and imme
diately proceed to McGIIl, where sev
eral thousand mill and smelter em
ployes are on strike. Governor Od
die decided to call on the state police
after he had made an Inspection cf
the camp today.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY WINS.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Oct. 16.
Stanford 'Varsity defeated Warath
Australian rugby team hero today,
13 to 12. Game was -by far better
and more scientific .than the two
J teams which ployed last Saturday.
BADEN BIG WINNER.
LEXINGTON. Oct. 16. Baden, tho
largest money winner of the year, won
the $50,000 October prize.
NEW YORK, Oct. 16. Copper
steady at 17.20 to 17.50. Lead strong
at 5.07 to 5.171-2. Copper arrivaU,
121u tons; exports fcr month 12,301.