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SECTION ONE
VOLUME 13.
LEI IS
NOT HOME
FORTHESENftTE
Executive of State of Idaho
Does Not Wish to Leave
His Chair to Go to Seat
at Washington
I
WILLING TO ALLOW
HIS RIVAL TO GO
Northwestern State Head
; Was Expected to Resign
But Late in the Day He
Decides to Retain Office
BOISE, Nov. 1C. Governor James
II. flaw ley decided at tbe last mo
tnent today Hot to resign Ills offirv
to atccpt tlio appointment as United
States senator tit the hands of Lieti
tiSnan Governor Swectzer This after
noon lie appointed Judge K. I. Perke)
of Uotee. to till the unexiired term of
tho lato Senator Heybura
Goenior Hnwlej said the statt
tnent today of the acceptance of the
United States senatorship irom Lieu
tenant Governor Svvsetzer 10uld he
virtually the same as apjiointlng him
self. Jrolgo Perkey Is a native of Wayne
county. Ohio, and came to Idaho In
1S94. lie was appointed judge of the
fourth judicial district in l)Oi and
slate democratic chairman in lflO'i
llo took iart In the senatorial contest
which resulted in the deftat of roimer
Senator Dulois.
EX-SEGRETARY OF
ARIZONA PASSES AM
PHOENIX, Nov 16. News was
motived In Phoenix toda) of the sud
ilen Jea'h last week at his ranch near
Iirawiej California ot Ridgeley C
Powers, secretary of state of rizont
and acting governor of the terrttorj
for several years beginning with 1SS4.
During the time that llr. Powers
held the position of secretary of
Arizona the chief executive of the
state was the abfenttent the great r
state was absent the greater part of
thn Hm,t mxfl Pnuprft ar-tpfl R ffnY.
trnqr during almost the enUre Period i
In office, being generallj known over
the state as Governor Powers
About fifteen years ago Mr Powers
moved from Phoenix and up to the
time of his death lived on his ranc.i
near Ilrawlcy He was 70 yean; old
at the time of his death. Tor si.
jeara beginning with 180'j he was
-nvAranr t Iho ctnfA nt MIslRlntiL
I.fivlrn. hpon lrt.-il Ilpntpnant-cov-!
ernor of the state lu that year on
the republican ticket and assuming
thu gubernatorial duties when Go
ernor John Alcorn went to the senate
in 1S71. He moved to Arizona in
1879.
CHARLESTON'S "FLEET WEEK."
CHARLESTON. S. C Nov. 16.
During the week beginning tomorrow
a mighty fleet of warships will ride
at anchor In Charleston harbor,
where fifty years ago some of the
most stirring naval engagements of
the civil war were fought Two di
visions of the Atlantic fleet compris
ing thirteen battleships or the first
class, will take part in the mobiliza
tion Included In the list will be the
crack battleships Oeorgle Vermont,
Louisiana, Nebraska, Kansas, Nw
Hampshire. South Carolina, Rhode Is
land and Virginia. A citizens' com
mittee "headed by Mayor Grace has
made great preparations for the en
tertnlHtnent of the 12.060 officers and
Waejaokfts of the fleet The city
baa pat on holiday dress for the oc
casion. Thousands of visitors from
the South Atlantic States are expect
ed here (hiring the week.
HENRY DAVIS ENTERS 90th YEAR
WASHINGTON. D. C. Nov. 1: -
Henry Gsaway Davis, who vas the
democratic nominee for vice presi
dent In 1904. entered his nlnetleih
ear today, having been born Nov 1.
1828. Mr Davis, who makes this city
his place of winter residence, probab
ly Is .the oldest citizen of the United
States taking an active part In public
affairs and questions. Since the civ
il war he has taken ta active interest
in public affairs, serving in both
branches of the West Virginia legte
Iflture. and for twelve years represent
ed that state In the United States
senate, declining to nra for another
terra. Jast at present Mr Davis Is
Hiving much attention to the efforts
of his grandson. Stephen B BIkins,
Jr.. to return to tbe United States
senate. In which body he served by
appointment for a ahort time follow
In the death of his father. New Mr.
Elklns aspires to the seat of Senator
Watson, wbese successor Trill be elect
ed hy ths West Virginia legislature
ihte winter. . .
THE
MCEE DALLOOXrST
WINS THIRD PRIZE
Captain H. E. Honeywell.
Captain II. K. llone) well, who rep
resented .America In tne recent Inter
national brlloon race which started
Irom Stuttgart. German v. has wired
home to bis friends In Kansas City I
that tie won tnira prize. :ie piloted
the balloon Uncle Ham. Early lust
summer Honewell won the Ameri
can race vvhlOi started from Kansas
City, covering twelve hundred miles
In thtrty-jblx hours.
I6GDWIN WILL
HAVE TO HUE
Execution However
Take .Place Elsewhere
Than at State Prison
of Arizona
STATE BOARD OBJECTS
The state board of control has aJ
ised United States Marshal C A.
Overlotk that it cannot permit the
execution of James II Goodwin, a
goernment prisoner to take place
in the Arizona state- prison.
That the state board would take
this view of the matter, on account
the governors known Uews, on capital
punishment, was indicated in the Ke
iew several weeks ago. The I'nltid
Slates attorney general had taken
ji..iva uiiuiucj pciiciai uau lakvu I
cognizance of the attitude of the Ari-I
zona state administration on the ques
tion of capital punishment and there
will be no delay In the execution of
Hood in by reason of the refusal of
tbe governor to permit it to be done
at the stite prison. Wheen Goodwin.
Is resentenced the judge will nanu
the place of execution
In For Safe Keeping
The letter of the board to Mur-
Bhal Overlck recites that the prison -
er is not beins kept -by the United
States at the piison but wa removed
to Florence for, sa.e-neepliig, that
no contract exists cetween the board
and the federal government for the
keeping of federal prisoners and that
therefore, the board feels under no
obligation to permit the execution:
that recently the governor reprieved
a number of prisoners In the prison
sentenced to death and that the ques
tion or capital punishment Is to be
settled by the legislature or the peo
ple this winter
The board further recites that an
execution in the prison ma have a
serious effect on tbe discipline and
the reform system inaugurated by tne
governor.
Convicted at Globe
Goodwin, who was convicted at
Globe, the governor's home town for
the brutal murder of two young men
on the Indian reservation north of
Florence, by" Judge E. . Lewis of
the fifth judicial district, .sitting at
Globe. Goodwin appealed to the Unit
ed Statej circuit court of appeals at
San Francisco which affirmed the
judgment In October.
When the mandate in tho case i
received In the United States court at
Phoenix. United States Attorney Mor
rison will probably have him brought
before tbe court and sentenced to be
hanged in one or the county jails or
the state where federal prisoners are
confined
FEARS PENITENTIARY
CHICAGO, III, Nov. 16: Jack John -
son visited the federal district attor-
ney today and tried to have the
charge of a violation or the Slann act
reduced, so he pleads glulty He
will piy his fine. Jack Johnson told
several or his Mends that he feared
that he was going to the penltenUary.
NEW MEXICO WINS
ALBUQUERQUE. X M Nov 16:
Tbe football team of tbe New Mexico
Agricultural college won tbe Intercol
legiate championship of New Mexico
and Arlrona when it defeated the Un
iversity of New Mexico by a score of
26 to 0.
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BISBEE DAILY
BISBEE. ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
WITNESSES TELL
OF M1IW
TIES PS
Mrs. Ingersoll Shows That
the Alleged 'Dynamiters
Rented Rooms in Her
House and Got a Launch
i AFTER BLOWING UP OF
TIMES MEN REJECTED
Schmidt and Others Visit
Woman's" ffouee and Are
Not Allowed to- Remain
There So Landlady Says.
INDIANAPOLIS, . Nov 16. lncl
dents in which James II. McNamara'e
I reparations to blow up the ls An
t-eles Times building, a wreck , In
which twenti-one persons were killed.
were blended Into a dramatic rtory
l ten w itnessee from .California, at
ihp -dynamite consplracA" trial to-
dy.
How a dynamiter rented a fur
nished room in Mrs Lena Ingerftoirs
llol m Sin Krancisco and how he got
ii touch with F A Schmidt and Da-'
nl Caplan, his alleged accomplice
was told and how he dug up from a
Hat to procure the gasoline launch
PBtlme.
To buy 500. pounds of eighty per
c-nt nttro-glycerine. a high explosive,
and how after fivlng the Los Angeles
'Times "explosion to occur October 1.
I he returned to San Krancisco that
0
I night and begged Mrs. Ingersoll to
AluStia,,ow nCm to remain there, offering
her a wnole niontns rem. were ue
tails related bj people who had had
personal dealing, with McNamarn and
r.mes C O'Hrien and thej told how
a cottage owned by him on Nineteenth
Ave., south. In the southern , part of
?an FrancUco had been rented be
fora the 'Ix Angeles explosion and
how. when several weeks later he
went out to learn why the cottage
vas not occupied, he found ten lioxe'i
of nitro-glcerine and powder
Boxes Contained Povder.
OTJrien said in his statement the
coxes contained powder and tba he
looked nto one box with .a lightet.
cigar in his mouth, thinking the ex
plosives were candles, and he knock
ed a stick against a box The Los
Angeles defective related what he saw
-hen he arrived at the site of the
,. . h til lint.
nme DUimins.
nother development today was th-
admission by frank EckholT. of Cin-
Lilian that he aided lu the escape
and concealment of McNamara after
the dvnamiter was returning east
Kekhoff also admitted having dc-
nianded mone from the McNamaras
to keep hit mouth closed.
j Mrs. Ingersoll. the ilrst Important
witness from California, was called
1 She said she now lived in Victoria,
I It. C and said Sept 1. a month be-
fore .the Los Angeles explosion, she
hud fenled a room to McNamara who
used an alia of 1. 15. Mryce.
Later McNamara was vfsiled by
Sfhmidt who i3 decrlbea as having
a -squmty left or glass eye." Schmidt
nlso known a Schmltt or -Schmidt-resided
at the hotjie of Mrs. LaV.n.
a friend of Mrs. lngersoll's. It was
t'i this way that McNamara was di
rected where to rent a room
MNamara Leaves Hoel.
On September 14 McNamara left
Mrs. lngersoll's and went to a hotel,
l'rom the hotel. a estified by a te!
enhoue operator, most of the call3
a-ere made to the powder company
for the purchase or explosives, Town
er's launch in Oakland
Mrs Ingersoll said she did not
again see McNamara until thf night
of October 1, "about 11 p. m. he came
to my house and wanted roe to give
him a room." she testified. I said
I coitld make no,arrangements at
tliRt hour, Then 'he begged me to
cllow him to sleep on a sofa, saying
he would Rive me the rent of the flat
for a month. 1 declined and he left
On the following night he called on
the phone and again wanted to com
I again refused to allow him That
vvns the last I saw of him until. after
his arrest"
Miss Ethel Gill, telephone operator
at a San Francisco hotel. Identified
records of the calls by McNamara to
t'i- oowder company, and to the
Haunch owners. She was corroborated
i by John Stanley, keeper of the boat-
house
BONDS PERMITTING
PHOENIX, Nov. 16: The state cor
poration commission Issued permis
sion today to the Arlrona and East
ern to Issue $600,000 bonds ror Im
provement The company operates
the Southern Pacific branch lines In
the state of Arizona.
OPERATION SUCCESSFUL
CHICAGO, till.. Nov. 16: Senator
William Lortmer wag operated on for
appendicitis today. The operation was
successful.
TWELVE PACES TODAY
MEMDER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Thousands of Panic Stricken Turks Flee
From Constantinople For Asia Minor
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Surinc the past few weeks many thousands of Turkish residents Lave fleJ panic stricken from Cunsiantl
noplo across tt Hellespont Into Asia Minor, fcome have taken their belo..R.n, Vltrr" "Ixl "atandomS I all r.
order K make rood their escape. In tne accompanying nlcture panic sirtcken Inhabitants with their household
effects are Men before the Croat mosque of Sultun-.dulelmanlch. ready to See from the city as the Ualkau
srmy la stcrsiirs its doors. '
U
RADHER'S JOB
S IK HIT
Democrat Needs Only
Shake Plum Tree; No
Opposition from the
Other Parties
to
IS- LEGAL NECESSITY
It -is probable that -the demporat
vv-tvivti2atit,,"',rarVDJln''Ml'"'ocr''t
party to succeed Sam II Ilradner. of
Ilenson, as member of the lower
liotiSf from this count, will get the
plum without opposition from tha
other tv,o parties and that the J.'i.OOn
special election will be a mere legal
lormalltv
Severa i romlnent progressives have
been afked If the rarly would have t
candidate for the job and while the)
did not peak with full authority, the J
organisation having made no state
ment, they agreed that It will bc im
probable "What would one Dull
Moose be able to do at Phoenix in
a whole herd of democrats?" asked
one Dull Mooser "He would be able
to get no consideration of any party
measure and he would only be the
butt of the jokes or the democrats.,
I think that we will wait 'until the
next general election
Progressives as a clan are some
what apathetic regarding politics, in
dicating that there may have been
color to the inxinuatlon that a pro
gressive Is only a Rooseveltoso. It
Is certain that the republicans will
not have a candidate. They will take
Interest In the election only ir the
progressives hare a candidate, in
which event they would support thcuietv- itonds were unsteady.
democratic candidate It Is said.
The democrat who Is agreed upon
by the democratic party will be an
asy go-as-) ou-plea?e for the legisla
tive job ir the progressives and re
publicans keep their hands off In the
(quabble. It will be like riding as
the sole passenger on a S5.000 spcclnl
train, for the election will cost just
as much with one candidate as if
there were half a dozen.
TAFT SPEAKS WELL.
NEW YORK. Nov. 16. President
Taft sang his "Swan Song" as chief
executive or the nation tonight and
as the guest or the lotus club he re
sponded to a toast, 'The President"
in a speech which many or his hear
crs considered th most remarkable
ho had ever made. He shifted from
the grave to the gay, from tbe philos
ophy which he saTd tour years In the
White House bad taught him to A
discussion of problems which face the
nation and he lauxhed at the outcome
of the election.
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Turks 1c.jm.ib -.- ...mople.
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Is No Presidental
! Contest Coming Says
Board of Supervisors
Los Angeles Body Declares)
Against Mandamus writ
I Brought by Democrats
LOS ANGELES, C'al Nov 1C
There will be no presidential
ballot contest, stated certain au
thorlties today "a.ter the vote or
(he city and countv was announc
ed by the lioaid or supervisors
The law onlv allows cant
!.. Jl.-; vj it l m J
vlsors'are conducting the recount,
which It Is expected will te finish
ed Tuesday Tho hearing or tho
mandamus suit obtained against
the supervisors by the democrats
comes up Mondaj
HEAVi TONE SHOW!
II STOCK H-RKE1
Rebound Was Sharp in Last
Half of New York
Trading
prevailed in today's stock market and
prices ranged well below vesterdays
close. Jn the last half nour there
was a harp rebound to which. In
some cbses was lirought sharp recov
ery but others showed a slight galu.
In splt,e of the comparatively heavy
pressure in the first hourf there wero
no indications that Wilson's announce- L
ment of a call on an extra session of
congress caused any deep seated an-
t Total sales par value JST.'.OOO. Gov-'
ernnvnts unchanged.
CAVALRYMAN STABBED.
DOUGLAS, Nov. 16. Private Wjt
bur C- Griffin of Troop I), Ninth caval
ry was stabbed and fatally wounded
today by Private John H. Landes, of
the same troop. The wounded man
was brought to the hospital tent
bleeding with two wounds In hbv
lody and with the blade or a lone
knife sticking fully four inches Into
his skull.
MAKES RECORD SCORE.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16. In years
of record In football scores, the rec
ord run for a. ;iouchdovn was made
today In the WbltUer game between
Whiltler high school and Santa Ana
Athletic association. Score: Whlttler
100; Santa Ana 0; P.nch fullback.
Whlttler. scored touchdown on ninety
nine yard run.
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MAIIMS iE
PLANING STRIKE
I
the,
Industrial Workers of
World Extending Prop
aganda and Now Prose
lyting in Honolulu
STRIKE NEXT YEAR
HONOIilTLl . ' o i 'te thliu f ro"r8e- the Sreat anJ really only
out acioss he Parlfir ocean the ic. .lasting satisfaction one can have In
dustrial Workers or the World have admission of the great office of pros
begun a campaign of organization Ident l8 the thought that one has done
among the working people and repre- jfomethlnp; permanently useful to hii
sentatlves or the society have Intro-i fellow countrymen The mere en.o
duced a doctrine to "the plantation ' ment "l tinsei ot ofrlce ,s ""hemeral
laborers and Japanese Open declar-1 a"u "ne88 one can "x 0Tie!i memory
atlons are urade that the Hawaiian! ? real P'OS"" he lus made through,
affiliating with the oreanizers ar& I the exercise of the presidentia' pow-
planning that a strike te called next
year
EMBARGO ON FRUIT
PHOENLX. Nov !: The stale'
horticultural commlAsinn titerArt nn
embargo today on all citrus nursery I Vance, bound for San Diego rrora Co
stock of Florida and California ue-jlumbia river points was sighted to-
cause ot scale.
TO ELECTRIFY RAILROAD
DENVER, Colo, Nov. 16:-r-At an
Initial cost of $3,000,000 the electri
fication of the entire system of the
Denver and Rio Gande began immed
iately on the first section. It is under
taken to be from Helper to Salt I-ake.
121 mlleg In length.
FOOTBALL SCORES YESTERDAY
Priiu&ton 6, Yale 6. Tied.
Harvard 3, Dartmouth 0.
Utah 43, Colorado College 0.
Wyoming 25, Chadron 0.
Navy 40. A. and M. 0
Wisconsin 14. Minnesota 0.
Pennsylvania 34, Carlisle 26.
Drown 24. La. Fiyctte 7. -t
Williams 12. Amherst 0.
Army 15. Tufts 6. (
Chicago 10, Illinois 0.
Yale Freshmen 17, Harvard Freh
men IS.
Michigan 20. Cornell 7
Vanderbllt 23. Central 0.
Georgetown 16. Vlrginio 13.
Ames 7, Iowa 21.
Drake 0, Grinnell 13.
Purdue 91, Rose Poly. 0.
Missouri 33, Washington 0.'
(Nebraska 14, Kansas 3.
Haskell 32. Kansas City College 12.
Colorado Mines 10, Denver 0.
All Star Callfornian 8, Australllana
12.
Washington 30, Ojegon 14.
Occidental 53, Pomona 13;
PHOENIX. Nov 16: The fight of
the Santa Fe against Arizona's three
rent fare law will be heard In tbe
federtl court December 2. Judge Mor-
- row's restraining order was filed here
today.
SIX PAGES
NUMBER 162
PRESIDENT TUFT
SUGGESTSSTATE
AND LI UNITE
Chief Executive Urges .That
Legislative Branches Ger
in Touch with Executive
and Not Segregate
HE FORBIDS ABUSIVE .
LANGUAGE CONGRESS
Nation's Head Declares Sen
sitive Man Should Not Be
Allowed to Take Place at
Front of United States
INDIANAPOLIS; Siii. 1G: Presi
dent Taft made a suggestion that lev
IsUitlv e steps be taken towards bring
ing' more closely together the opera
tion of the executive in legislative
tranches
"Tfye studied effort to maintain
these branches are separate and j.ri
a great mistake
"The- rules of the two houses," iw
(said. I advised tn forbid the use ot
'abusive language b.v one member
asalnst another by the members of
i one house against another house.
J 'Close examination of these- rules
( will not show any limitation on parl
. lamentary character of language that
mav he directed against the president
I as to him members may use pressure
of their own sweet will ir mem
i bers or the cabinet wre allowed tin
1 floor, their Aery presence would sug
gest In the posslbillt) of reply, a
moderation in discussing the admin
istration which now at times will not
j prevail.
, 'The strongest reason at the pres-
' Cni .fltnmflni. thi. ..l.unt,.. t.. ,l.n. n..
Influence or the executive shall hav
In shaping legislation and it may ho
more In harmony with the responsibil
ity -of people- to- hold him to r-kM?(,
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Sensitive Men No Exccutive
One of the results or my observ
ation in the presidency Is that my po
sition will not place me in a position
to be enjoyed b a sensitive man. Ex
perience in the presidency toughens
the hide or the occupant so his
faults will resist the stings of criti
cism directed asainst him from the
time he takes office until he lays It
down
'I think the period for successful
muckraking is gradually drawing to a
"'ose. I hope so We must consider
the ebulltion in muckraking litera
ture only one of the temporary excus
es of the times which is curing lts-if,
1-y the tiring of those whose putronge
Is fotmed for motivje Trom Its begin
ning rise.
f r th,er ls ' 'e real pleasure In con
I temptation of the holding or it'
STEAMER TAKEN IN TOW
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov 16 Hollln
tin a Spnvr km the atonmni- nrmtih
day by the steamer Yukon twenty
miles west of Wllllpa harbor in a
disastrous condition. I-ater advices
received from the marine department
of the chamber of commerce reported,
the steamer riverside had reached
the vessel and had taken her lu tow
T. R's PLURALITY REDUCED
SAN FRANCISCO, XoV. 16: Ad
ditional returns all reported to the of
fice of the secretary of state and It
brought Col. Roosevelt's plurality to
119. Los Angeles and Humboldt
counties are yet to be ""officially
counted.
CHAMPIONS PLAY TO TIE
PRINCETON, Nov. 16 : Princeton
and Yale In their annual football bat
tle today played each other to i C
to 6 tie. The play of the teams was
so evenly matched that neither had
the iiower to rush a ball to a. touch
down. Each put up a stone wall de
fense and all scorlnjr was done on
goals from the field and on goal from
placement.
DEAD MAN ELECTED
CARROLL. la, Nov. 16- Attorney
General Cassion bus been asked to
determine what happens when voters
elect a dead man to office. Vlctur
Schirk was electpd county supervis
or after he bad been in tbe grave
rive days, A. A- Patton his opponent,
who received hell as many votes l
claiming the election. The casq has
been sept to tbe head or the Iowa
legal department for an opinion.
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