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BISBEE, ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1912
SENATE IN 1912
Will Be Made Head
Of Wilson Cabinet
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".. NUMBER 15S
UNCLE SI TO
Montenegrans With But Scanty Equipment
Prove Superior to Well Armed Ottomans
Western Democrats Think
Commoner Will Be Giv
en Choice of Portfolios
CHICAGO. Nov. S. There ap-
! pears little doubt In western clem-
Head of Turkish Hierarchy
Calls on Moslem Citizens
to Emulate Examples of
Enemies to Cross in Hand
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Hoke Smith of Georgia Says
Thirty Senators of Dem
ocracy Hold Over and Five
New Ones Elected
NEW JERSEY AND
Latest Returns Show Wilson
Has 429 Electoral Votes,
Col. Roosevelt GO and Taft
Can Claim But 12.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 8.' Reorgan
ization of the senate by the democrats
on March 4, 1913 is assured," said
Senator Hoke Smith, of Georgia, to
day in summlngs up the probable
status of the senate after next
"We .have thirty democrats who
will hold over and live who are al
ready elected," said the senator. "We
also hae democrats from Georgia.
Texas, Kansas. Arkansas, Montana,
Oklahoma. North Carolina and South
Carolina and two from Colorado, who
were elected fct the primaries. The
democrats undoubted! cairy the leg-;
islatures of New Jersey and Delaware
which insures the democrats senators
from each of those suUcs.
According to the latest figures ol
tainable tonight, the following repre
sents the electoral votes from each
staio and the candidates who will re
Wilson Tft. Rst
California ... i?
Colorado . .'
Connecticut . tw&j"'' 4&f - ..
Delaware -... 3
Florida . . . . C
Michigan .. .15
Minnesota .- 12
Montana . 4
New Hampshire 4
New jersey 14
New Mexico 3
New York IG
North Carolina 12
North Dakota 5
Rhode Island 5
South Carolina 9
Utah ... - - 4
West Virginia 3
HAY CONCEDES DEFEAT.
SPOKANE. Nov. S. Governor Mar
lon Hay, republican, at noon today
conceded the election of Ernest Lis
ter, a democrat, as governor. In a
message today Gov. Hay engaged a
residence here, saying be will leave
the capital at once.
VILSON GETS ILLINOIS.
CHICAGO, Nov. 8 Complete re-
tarns from all precincts In Illinois,
give Wilson a plurality of 16.105 over
RoonevelL Springer and Williams,
democratic candldatec for congress
men at large, were elected by 15,000.
CALIFORNIA FOR TEDDY.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nor. 8. With 79
precincts mising in the vote Califor
nia gives Roosevelt 231,369; and Wil
son 280,61 S, a plurality for Roosevelt
of 751. These are complied from cor
rected returns received from the
county seats of all but eight counties
and the missing precincts are In re
ROOSEVELT HAS CALIFORNIA.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 8. Two
small precincts and corrections of
county clerks or previous ngures irom
two counties added thirty-ono votes
to Col. Roosevelt's plurality. Increas
ing it to "82. No further returns
ore expected tonlghL
J. 'Aryan will be tendered prac
tically n choice of any ofllce with
in tlie gift of tbe president, and
many professed to belloe tliat he
pos.llvely would foe secretary of
Joreph Davles, western manager,
has started for New jersey, where
he will report to Mr. Wilson the
results of the western campaign.
Democratic headquarters here
will be closed Friday. sae a small
office force checking up the or
ionization. No one was at the Taft head
REBELS FIRE OH TRAIN
NEAR TERRAZAS DEPOT
American Passengers Take
Refuge at Rear Part
CHICUAHUA. Nov. S: The north
bound National IJnes passenger train
which left here e-rly Monday morn
ing was fired on by a group of rebeU
near Terrazas station. The engince:
backet the train a short distance
where an escort of 23 government sol
diers alighted and commenced to give
rattle. Five Americans aboard the
train bound for Te.rzas left the train
and too!: refuge at the rfar of the last
coach only to be drhen back again
Into the cars when a mauser bullet
clipped the dirt six feet from where
the party stood. The Americana
were: James Wilding, jr.. superintend
ent of the RIo.Tinto Copper Company.
R. G. Halter. P. Nelson, J. Murray
nd W. Hrockway.
Federals Pursue Rebels
The federals pursued the rebels a
short distance and then returned to
the train which was run to Molinar
station where the garrison at that
place was taken aboard and the train
resunied its Journey north. As it
neaied Terrazas again anctheriolUy
from the robel position was fired
which was returned by the federals
who left the train in hot pursu.t.
tut the rebels succeeded in mak'ng
good their escape with the loss of
one killed and four wounded.
Lite in the afternoon a Epectel
train made up of eight coaches and
containing four hundred federals
left this city for Terrazas, but on
their arrival found everything quiet
with soldiers in possession of the
town. The rebels are said to have
numbered 300 under Col. "Kid" Por
ras. BARELY SAVE LIVES.
MOOSE JAW SASK, Nov. S. Pas
sengers on the Soo, early today tell
of a miraculous escape from instant
death of the passengers and the
train crew on the Snake riter -when
a rock slide was encountered while
the train was rounding a curve. The
locomotive, a baggage and express
car and one passenger coach were de
molished while three coaches were de
railed and hung on tbe bring of a
ravine on tbe bottom of which the riv-1
er runs. Roth the engineer and fire
man Jumped and escaped serious In
jury. NEWSPAPER OWNER DIES
WASHINGTON Nov. S: John L.
Wilson, owner of the Seattle Post-In-tslllgencer,
died early today at a ho
tel here of angina pectoris, after an
illness of one hour. ,
iHIs body will be taken to his birth
place In Crawfordsvllle, Ind for bur
ial tomorrow. He had been In the
capltol on ibusiness two days.
300 SALOONS TO CLOSE
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. S: More
than 300 saloons will be closed In
California as a result of the vote
'cast last Tuesday according to an
announcement made tonight by A. C.
Banc, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon
league, the saloons being in the
northern part of the state.
T. R. NEEDS NO INSURANCE
NEW YORK. Nov. S: Col. Roose
velt was informed today that an ac
cident policy for $25,000 was taken
out last June in behalf of his family
by the Outlook and that the policy
still was In force at the time of bis
being shot, but be declined to accept
and Indemlntty and directed the policy
to be surrendered.
PUGILIST JOHNSON IN JAIL
CHICAGO Nov. 8: Jack Johnson,
the negro pugilist is locked in a cell
In the county jail tonight by failure
to provfdo a bond on a charge of vio
lating tbe Mann acL His bond is
NEW YORK, Nov. 8: Copper Is
steady at 17 to 17.2". Arrivals, 170
tons; exports for month 364S tons.
Lead la quiet at 4,70.
ASKS PROPHETS TO
GO WITH SOLDIERS
Ottoman Newspapers Seek
to Have Requesr for Medi
ation Overlooked Saying
Danger to One and All
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. s Sh-Ik
L'MsIara, head of the hlerjrchy in
Turkey, todav issued the following ii-
peal for the Holy war in a manifesto
addressed to Ulemas Hodkas:
"With a view of exciting and en
couraging soldiers the enemies who
sin round us and their priests, cross tit
hand, are working in the ranks or the
army. U ,1s not fitting our Uleroas
should neglect the accomplishment of
a similar duty.
"In order that the victory and gldry
promised us by the Almighty Prophet
may te granted without delay to the
Ottoman army it Is necessary that Jie
, venerable ulemas organize at Jipidas
I as such a Holy wa,- has more obliga
i tlons it the condition of the Ottoman
! soldiers shall be strengthened. Vie-
mas who feel they posses the appe
tltes and strength to participate in
this Important battle are Invited to
Jresent themselves immediately to
Bheik-UHslam who will send thos,e
selected to the army."
There have been rumors for a dav
or two that the ministry Is unstable
owing to Us request for mediation b
the European powers but ,the news
papers say this situation is given to
tbe war to demand of the army and
public opinion that the war must oe
continued, as common dangers seems
united against all parties. This is
shown by the perfenid outbursts of
the newspapers of all political shades
urging that the fight shall go to the
An explanation of this newborn un
animity may be found In the sugges
tlon made by a high government of
ficlal that if Impossible he will hold
the lines at Tchatalka and will make
other defenses possible so the enemy
cannot reach this city.
WILL ENTER CONSTANTINOPLE
LONDON. Nov. 8: Bulgaria has
no intention of remaining at Constan
tinople, according to official report
trom the Bulgarian legation here. Jae
Bulgarian troops, however, will go
into the capital, "even had no oth?r
circumstances rendered such a course
necessary." It is said the action of
Nazim Pasha, Turkish commander
in chief, in advising the grand vizier
oi uia army was aeierminea to con
tinue tbe war makes it such the Bul
garian armv will be cnmnpllorf in on.
ter the Ottoman capital. Lasting peace
is impossmie so long as one vestige
of the Turkish army desires to fight,
therefore it is necessary to place be
yond the question of absolute defeat
of tbe Turkish army, and to prove this
the Bulgarians must enter the Otto
CANVASS SOON TO BE MADE.
SACRAMENTO. Nov. 8. The
county boards of supervisors of Cali
fornia have been notified by the sec
retary of state's office that the can
vass of ballots cast at the recent
election should begin Monday and the
certification of official returns by
county cicrks will be filed as soon
thereafter as possible with the secre
tary DEMOCRAT WINNING.
SEATTLE, Nov. S. With seventy
Jive precincts mtesinsr Lister, demo
crat, leads Hay, republican for gov
ernor by 983 votes.
YALE PLAYS BROWN.
NEW HAVEN, Nov. S. Yale plays
Rrown tomorrow on the Yale field. It
being the last home game but one for
tbe bines. The Yale team did not
play last' Saturday on account of the
death in New York of the right guard
as practice for several days had been
suspended. There is some apprehen
sion on tho part of Ell followers that
the team may have been set back In
MUCH INTEREST IN GAME.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 8 Califor
nia and Stanford universities will con
test tomorrow on Berkeley, field for
tbe Rugby supremacy of 1912. Not
since Rugby was introduced Into Cali
fornia has the interest manifested In
an Intercollegiate game been so ex
treme as prevails concerning tomor
row's game. Tonight the indications
are that fully 23,ooo will witness the
At the top,, wounded Montenegrin being taken ta the hospital at Podgorltza; bottom, Turklth prisoners lined va out
eld the Montenegrin Mint ary Headquarters at Pedgerltza.
A handful o Montenegrin soldiers, acantlly equipped, bavo uwump b&hed wooden la tbe war wttti Tur
key. Xn practically every engagement they cava beaten tha Moslems, rtha sxa much better armed, and have
ta&en many Turkish prisoners.
Tba Montenegrins bavo almost no hospital equipment. Oca surgeon mutt do tha work ot half a dozen,
and very fes trained nurses ara In the camps. Btcausa of tha lack oC hospital facilities, bunreds ct Monte
nrtfrins will die who might otbervrlaa bo saved.
Correspondent and Engineer
at Chihuahua Deported
from Madero's Countiy
CHIHUAHUA, No 8: H. F. Dunn,
correspondent for the Hearst papeis
in Mexico, and C. F 7.. Caracristl,,
bae been expelled from this oount-y
on the grounds that they were unde
sirable aliens. The expulsion was car
ried out Tuesday evening by the fed
eral secret police under the o.'ders of
the department of gobernacion at the
instruction of the department of
Neither department was willing
to make any concrete statement
yesterday but it was admitted that
the men had been expelled. The
minister of gobernacion said that
he bad only executed the instructions
which had been given him but
that he understood that Dunn had
been guilty of sending out falbe
news to his papers and that Cara
cristl had been expelled for other
reasons of which the minister had
not been Informed.
Dunn Old Hearst Man
Dunn had been, connected with
the Hearst papers for several years
and had returned to Mexico only a fqw
weeks ago after a short absence m
New York. Caracristl is an engineer
who has done considerable geolo
gical work for the Italian and Rus
sian governments and has made
geological maps of the greater part
Lot Central Arerica. He had also
done some work in Mexico and has
mining interests in Chihuahua.
Montgomery Schuyler, American
charge, stated yesterday that he was
Investigating at the request of Mrs.
Dunn the circumstances attending the
deportation of Dunn, but that he iiad
beard of the deportation of Caracristl
only from private sources and had not
looked Jnfb the affair. Whether any
action would ibe taken by the Ameri
can government could not be stated
by the charge
Neither man was permitted to
communicate with his friends or fam
ily after being arrested and no
positive knowledge of what had be
come of them was available for
twenty-four Jburs after they wjare
"CUPID- CHILDS IS DEAD.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 8. Clarenci,
(Cupid) Chiids, a noted baseball .play
er, died today. He was 43 years old.
Banker Now Found
Guilty In Friendly
Suit State Brings
President of Pacific Coast
Trust . Company. Is
SAN FRANXISCO. Nov. S:
Edward D. Wilbur, president of
the' Pacific Coast Trust Co.. wis
1 convicted today of violating a na
tion of the state banking law and
tomorrow will be fined five dol
lars in a suit brought which was
a iriendiy one, the conviction be
ing solely to permit the taking of
the case to the state supreme
MEXICAN BATTLE IS
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IIU u, u.
Mexican cattle are being moved to
the border in large numbers but it is
necessary to move them overland and
therefore they require a greater length
of time to make the trip than would
be needed if the railroads were oper
ating. John T. Cameron arrived in Co-
lurabus. N. M.. Wednesday morning
with 234S head from the Pearson dis
trict. The duty paid amounted to
?8632. These are Mormon cattle of
good breed and it w;as wltle round
ing them up that Cameron was held
by the rebels and forced to pay a ran
som of $5000 gold.
Boyd and Booker will import 2000
head of black muleys at a point near
Hachita, N. M.. probably Thursday.
These hae hen driven, overland Ifrcm
tbe Galeana district.
The Pitman Cattle company will re
ceive 200 be?d of Mexican cattle from
tbe ranch of Juan Ocbca on Thursday.
Tbeso cattle were driven overland
from Mr. Ochoa's ranch at Samalay
uca and will be received In El Paso.
Boone Bros, are driving 400 head un
from Pearson, 150 mi'es to Columbus,
N. M There they will be delivered
to the Pitman Cattle company,
C. E. WIswall. manager of the
Greene Cattle company at Cananea, Is
in El Pnse. He says that no cattle are
being shipped by his company at the
present time and there arc no reports
of thefts by" the rebels.
Dr. J. C. Reid, of tbe bureau of ani
mal Industry, is at Columbus. N. M..
Dr. H. M. Hart is at Noeales, Arts and
L. J. Proper is in Douglas. Arizona.
All are supervising the Importation of
On Nov. 11, Wm. Benton will import
r.00 bead of his own cattle at Hachita,
N. M. He has about 70tO head in the
Caleana district .and is moving those
into the United States In small droves.
ARRIVES l!f CITY
Highway Head of Arizona Is
Here to Confer with
Coming to Cochise county for the
purpose of conferring with the Co
chise county officials in connection
with state highway work now about
ready to begin here Jas. A. Parker, as
sistant state engineer, arrived in Bis
bee yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Parker arriied yesterday morn
inr from Phoenix and being joine'i by
County Surveyor J. S. McNelsli, the
two proceeded to Douglas, returning
here in an auto In the evening, com
fpg over the .state highway.
Mr Paiker stated last nlsht that
while the road between Douglas and
Bisbee is now good that it vroiii-l re
quire considerable work to prevent it
being washed away or badly damaged
by floods during the rainy season
Conference To Be Held
It Is the purpose of Mr. Parker to
arrange for a meeting with the board
of supervisors of this county during
the next few days when Engineer
Lamar Cobb would he here fo- a con
ference with the board and county sur
veyor concerning the work first to be
At this meeting the question of the
permanent location of the state high
way through Cochise county will be
up for discussion and determination.
While there has been a' tentative
agreement on the route to be follow
ed up to the present time no absolute
and final agreement has been reached.
Route Through Bisbee
The route expected to be fled Is a
continuation of the Douglas road
through Bisbee, up Tombstone canyon
oer the divide and on to Tombstone
and thence from the county seat to
Fairbanks and on west to Intersect
with the Pima county link of tHa state
road. Fifteen miles, of th road In
Pima county was bnilt last veor.
Mr. Parker stated last night that
money for starting work on the state
highways would soon be available,
as tax collections were now coming Jn
and that it was desired to start work
as soon as possible.
WOMAN JUMPS INTO OCEAN.
OXNARD, Nov. 8. Mrs. Charles
Hoffman, wife or a wealthy Sn Fran
ciscan ended her life today by Jump
ing from the deck of tbe steamer
Santa Clara as it was pulling in at
Ilueneme wharf, her husband being at
Iui.ru at ths time.
United States Orders Ten
nessee and Mohtana to
Proceed at Once Into the
REVENUE CUTTER IS
ON WAY TO COUNTRY
Warships Carry Big Comple
ment of Bluejackets and
Six Months Supplies Each
arid Stock for Relief
WASHINGTON, Nov. S: While ac-
I tlve preparation is being made to get
the armored cruisers Tennessee and
Montana started toward Turkish wa
ters within lorty eight hours to pro
tect American citizens, the revenue
cutte Unalga is now at Port Said
and probably will be turned back t'oiu
Its cruise and ordered to rush to the
Turkish coast where, after three and
a half days sail she could arrive a
full fortnight ahead of the big cruis
ers. Acting Secretary of State Wilson to
night is considering the advisability
of using the Unalga and if he makes
the request she will set sail tomorrow.
The Unalga is a fine craft and com
manded by Captain R. O. Chrlsp. Sho
carries a crew of seventy men ind
could furnish refuge for five hundred
or more Americans.
Plenty of U. S. Men to Go.
The Tennessee, the flagship of rear
Admltal Knight who will command
tbe expedition and tbe Montana each
will carry several hundred aailorsi
and a company of marines. A special
train is now taking 400 bluejackets
from the Norfolk navy yard to fill out
the ship's crews.
Plenty of Supp!ies
Captain Jarry A. Field will com
mand the Tennessee while Captain W.
B Fletcher will command the Mon
tana. Both vessels always carry sis
months of supplies and with sto k
they oarrv their larders could be in
creased and they could feed a vast
number should famine fee in the train
of the disaster which now threatens
the Americans in the Orient. Save
for the little gunboat Scorpion the sta
tion ship at Constantinople these two
cruisers will be the first of the Ameri
can naval essels to pass through the
Dardanelles since the old Hartford o"
civil war fame was allowed to anchor
in iront of Constantinople by special
decree of the Sultan.
.. MEDIATION DELAYED
CONST VNTINOPLE. Nov. 8 Thero
Is no deelopment in direction of med
iation by the powers In the war with
the Balkans, according to Information"
received here. France, Great Britinn
and Russia are endeavoring to obtain
an adherence of the triple alliance of
Germany. Austria and Italy to the pol
icy of "disinterestedness" before an-'
dertaking mediation, but their success
is doubtful it appears that France.
Russia and Great Britian, side with
the Balkan allies while Germany. Aus
tria and Italy lean toward Turkey.
The upshot of this situation Is await
ed here with concern.
HADEMKEUI. Nov. S: Nov. 6 Via
wireless staff of. the Turkish nrmyi
at Tcherkesskeul. J j
At headquarters here of the Otto
man, the troops occupy Visa at south
Tlrnovo. and have advanced as far as
Kavakty. The Bulgarians have not
occupied Tchortu. Reconnaissance In
that direction resulted in finding thou
sands or Bulgarians dead. Tcher
kesskeul is in wireless communication
with Adrianople, where the situation
Is declired favorable and it is assert
ed the city may hold out several
! Fresh troops are reaching Tchortu
from. Makrikcuik -and reinforcements
were landed today at Mida on the
Black Sea and will continue on to
Join the right wing of the Turkish
army. The soldiers from Constanti
nople have proved to 'be excellent,
fighting with vigor.
SOFIA, Nov. S. It la reported the
Bulgarian army reached Derkas, at
the northern end of tbe Tchaltalja
line, about two and one half miles
from the Black Sea and that Adri
anople Is nlll holding out. It Is be
lieved bombardment has been sus
MAY GO TO CINCINNATI.
CHICAGO, Nov. Joe Tinker, fehort
stop oT the Chicago Nationals may
yet go to Cincinnati as manager. Ac
cording to the desire of Garry Herr
man. owner of tbe Cincinnati team
charter, with Murphy as president
the Chicago club denied negotiations
fo' Tinker Is a trade tT.
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