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.VOLUME 15.
BISBEE. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER, S, 1912.
NUMBER 183
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POOR UNCLE JOE
'X drill-Works Overtime and
'.,.. I;ew Escape froni the Un
r merciful', Wit of Jubilant
- Journalists.
f WASHINGTON. Dec 7. Tho land
. slide of 1012. how It liappened. and
the futility of an attempt to rebrgan
. tee, the -G. O. !.- on the old lines.
were tho themes upon vri.Ich played)
the wit and hnmor of tho Gridiron '
Willi at the annual rail dinner to
night. Events of political importance
and actions upon which turned na-
tfonal issues were treated In a spirit
or 'levity and fun. Underlying each
jest and quip end sMt verc touches
of human sympathy and kindliness for
the victims of the November aval
ancheas well as some bits of homely
advice and warning for the lctors.
that kept everybody In good humor
Not even his late polltlcit enemies
failed to welcome the pathetic t lbute
to Preldent Taft In the sons ren
derert by th Gridiron ifiartette ap
pealing to him 'not to forget us when
you go away." The president Bat and
listened with the members of nls
cabinet seated Lbout the tinquct ball
Electoral College Snubbed
The fun started earlj It was dis
co ered that the unusually itimacu
late hall was not as tidy as It should
Be;anil a -White Wing was bent
i about gathering- all sorts of litter.
-Thls turned tout to be -Campaign Ruu
b!sh,'Fand each find brought forth
a ripple of applause He pulled out
from the bandstand a pair of moose
horns, and the club members tossed
Intoliis bag some worn out souvenirs
of tho campaign. Such were tb
"I.ast posit !e predictions o. Senator
Dixon" and Charles D Ilillcs." That
smile that wouldn't come off," the
"lllurf at Hig Iluslneas, O. K d I y Hill
Dryan;" and a couple of old empty
wallets, one marked "C P T " and the
other, "G. W P.". the peace treaties
the commerce court, and the -hoics
of Henry Cbot Ijodge for ihe chair
manship of the Fo-eign Relations com
mlttee."
Unlike other clubs, the Gridiron
club Initiates Its memiers In public,
and 'this time It acquired two wortlo
joung Journalists In novel fashion.
Hobbling Into tly hall en cruicne
bandaged, hats knocked In, and j
clothes disheveled, same caricatures
or l'resiuent lait, uncie job wn
non, "Nick" Iongworth. JIurry Crane
and Ilepresenttthes Sul!o.a. Mc
Kinley and Dalzcll "Soni of the
landslides," who declared their pnr
Iose to reorganize tiie republican
party rallying around the states of
Utah and Vermont The rr.essengc-a
from, those states each announced
their four votes In a limerick, Ver
mont declaring:
3n the Grien Mountain State, rec
ollec', Old Taft won out by a neck:
And we'd ve elected him.
Ef they hadn't nc -lected him.
In forty-six states, b heck'"
The, messengers It was discovered
were, "Bull Moose spies!" In disguise
wtm whan tHnnf.it nf their false
beards, turned out to be the nev mem-i
1ers of tho club. Charles P. Keyser.
correspondent of the St Louis Globe
Democrat and Edward B. Clark, cor
respondent of the Chicago Evening
Post.
New Brooms Appear
Tho Republican Electoral College
Insisted on meeting while the dinner
was in progress to name a candidate
for the second placie, tor wnicn var-
Jous names were sugested. only to be
Instantly withdrawn by souciious
Wends. Of such was that, "stable
minded, never-changing-hts-views, pa
Ing Revisionist" Reed Smoot the "In
the Jtevlstonlst" Reed Smoot, the 'In
vincible Vorah." the "great friend of
the common people," Senator Penrose,
and Robert Marion La Follette, whose
motto Is, "Forgive your enemies,
who recommended that the "place fce
given to Oyster Ray."
Then the scene changed to the
Orient and the battle of Amageddon
was fonght In realistic style, as de
scribed by half a dozen war corres
pondents for the benefit of old Saul,
who had come to the scene of bis
early conflicts.
rvirrMnondent Lodge reported teat
Field Marshal Dixon had mowed down j
..... i.t.i uvrviimhg- vlth a har-
Tester machine. McCcoaibs had pour
ed a hot statement Into Field Marshal
Illlles. and Hillcs had hit Dixon with
some majority claims. Midshipman
Glfford Plncbot. aid to General Per
kins, reported that tbe ceneral needed
ammunition and had sent nlm a foun-
talu-ren wrlte checfc Wul Saul
supposed to Ire a borne turned out to
he a Bull Moose, and the two men
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WASHINGTON, Dec 7 - Special)
When the American ote. went In
to the CtOoUt 'early last menth ai.d
otes! TieBtraiBht demociatlc ticket
he miy TiotYhae been coiioiotii of
U at ihe.Atlsje but he was Iieipin?
to bring -Sibouta ertible o. p.I revo-lutloiJiy-Wainston.
All Isw-anaied, or soon will be
The oSLTSociak. leaders will pass on
MarcliS?chda"new set co:n In to
t guide JS?ocJal destinies of :1m na-
ilonnl caJ-f!tI.'ivThat this new set
will lv entirely different from the
old thprr canjmot be the lust snad
o o T&'gJ'bfg'
Smstft iocllty. which is a waji ter
ribly timid, is really In a panic In
stead of settling Imcrmp'acently
wlth Its calling li3cs and its ieatn
"rs it Is busy packing trurkb and
studing foreign ,ime taoles For
the word bs gone foil., that tne
new soc'ai leaders who will come in
to their owp with Wilsons inaiiiu
ratlon are iolent!j oppoaeu to clgai
ette snoUing women the t r! " trot
ters and the coci luil ex'.its TlR.
ne. et w'll be di'eai .li scious
an i - hi
Tin Wll'on girls and t f r -idiIit
BOVERHMENT KEEPS i
PUSHING PROBE IN
DEEPER ill TRIAL
Defense Witnesses Are Giv-'
en Grilling on Cross Ex
amination by Attorneys fori
the Government. j
FUNDS-CONTRIBUTED iALRERG IS CHOSEN
MUST BE EXPLAINED, WASHINGTON. D C. Dec, 7-
I Piestdent Taft and Secretary of Agrl
.INDIANAPOLIS. Ind Dec 7-Funds . cultural James Wilson, after months
contributed by the International as-! of consideration, today decided to ai
sociation of Bnuge Structural Iron j point Dr "Carl Alsberg. chemist of
Workers to sustain the, strike against ! the, bureau of drugs and plants as
the "open shop' of the Iron and steel ! chief of the bureau In chemistry of
contractors, which was 4egun in 190?.; I the department of agriculture This
st'll continued to be investigated on . position has been vacant since the
cross examination of witnesses by the
government In "the dynamite conspir
acy" trial today.-
The government charges that mon
ey was contributed to promote vio
lence out of which grew the MoXa
mar'a dynamite plots ,f
Patrick F. Farrell, of 'New York, a
former member of the union execu
tive txaid. testiPed that 10.000 was
contributed to the Sew York district
Council Iron Workers on account of
the strike there, but denied it was
for Improper purposes.
Asked about a letter to John J. Jlc
Namara In which, referring to organ
izers, be said "It takes good hard
cash to push them along". Farrell
replied that he meant only the msn
required to be -paid for work.
GllFORIn VOTE IS
SPLIT; FINAL COUNT
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Two Electors
SACRAMENTO, Cal Dec... With
total on electlpn received in ijeturna
from Los. Angeles, tho. progressives
t (taking ""A. J. Wallace total) have
iirfpeu ujo 91U10 vy 411 iuics lurk
ing Tbomas Griffin as the total for
democratic vote)
The progressives have elected elev-
:en w&lle the democrats have elected
two presidential electors.
to be Less Gay Under Wilson Eegime
be Tolerated and Smart Set's in Panic
Gore, Mr. Stephen B. Ayrcs and Mr. Atlee
Mi. Jn Kn-n ind Mra. Champ Clark.
to begin with, aro decided! nci oflans shortly to play a bis nart
the butterfly sort. liicn of tVs
daughters has ursued ser .us worfe. "f1 ,!!"," ""oned Mrs.
, , ,. ! Champ Clark, wife of the speilter cf
forsaking the easy-going li.o Of ( the house xi- Ulee Pomeren- wife
joung girls ,n cusj ciriiunetanc ce of tho senator 'rora Ohio. Mrs.
for the pa .i of service. b.icti an Thomas Prjor Go: wife of Okia
example Is uouuu to have Its effect, noma's bind senator; Mrs John W
not only in Washington. iu Kern, whose husband represents ihe
throughout tho t rintry. Hoosler state in the upper house.
That Washington will be remod- Mrs. Stephen B Ayres. wife of the
elled on the plan upon which social ' New York congressman, and Mrs.
life was conducted In the Cleveland i Hoke Smith, who during the Cleve
regime is generallj predicted. The land administration j-as one of the
"old south" will come Into its own j cabinet women and .is now a sen
again, and the south is conservative, i ator-s wife All offthese women are
The Continental Sundaj, to whlcn socially conservative.- and sUnd out
Washington has grown accustomed I as personal exeirnliHcatlons of the
In recent jears, will probably ex-lability and power o the advanced
periehce an early qnietus. (Sunday iTsoraan. '
bridge whist, Sunda golf and Sun-' Mrs Oscar W Underwood, wife of
day muslcales will be no more The the democratic floor leader, Mrs.
old Sunda course dinner will likei. ' Claude Swanson, wife of the senator
go out of fashion, too. and be w from Virginia and Mrs James
placed by the cold Sunday supper O'Gorman. site of the senator from
Dickens and Scott and Thackery ; New York, all woqjen of dlstinguUn
and Shakespere will rival the "best ed attainments and- great tocffil
sellers' in general populnrltv amon.5 ' charm, also helpW make up the
ash'ngton's officially elect Thre , circle o the conservative set wno
Weeks and its school will go .nto will soon plav a Urge part in rc
black eclipse building the social life of Washing-
Consider some of the women woo ton
WILEY'S PUCE
IS NOW FILLED
pr"ident and Secretary of
Agriculture at Last Are
Able to Select a
New Chemist
resignation last spring of Dr Harvey
W. Wiley, the famous defender of
pure food laws.
The president decided to appoint
AUberg after a cercful consideration
oi tne claims ot otner cnemists. bev-
.. . ,C, .llm ,ul w m,
decided upon a chief chemist to fill
Dr. lleys place, but these later
,..w... ..u.,vwu. .
Dr. Alsberg has been In the depart
ment of agriculture for years. He re
ceived Iris education at the Columbian
University and Strassburg University,
Germany. Before coming to Washing
ton fie jiad charge of the department
of sociological chemistry at HarvarJ
t'nlverslty.
WOMAN PREVENTS PANIC
( During Fire Plays Ray Tlme Music
and Saves Crowd
CHICAGO, I1U Dec. 7. A fire In a
fiv ent mnvlnp- nlrturn thoniaw in
the down town district today caused
a panic among two hundred men, wo-
men ana cnuaren Bttenaing the per-
'ist rtmaln niavirT; rtw.1:!
iic though almost overcome by smoke,
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and thus held the crowd-so none were
j seriously hurt.
PENSION PROGRAM FIXED.
WASHINGTON, Dec 7. The pen
sion program of the democrats In
the bouse has been definitely settled
by the determination of the commit
tee to attempt no general
legislation at this session.
pension
Bottom,! left to rlgntt
in
I roak'ng over the social life of tho J
!MIMIi m is
HEARD BV OlIMEfi
!
Witnesses Continue Testi
monv Relative to Deals in
Which Accused Judge Is
Said to Have Been in
INTEREST LAGS IN
IMPEACHMENT CASE
WASHINGTON. Dec 7 With not
more than one fourth of the senators
present most of the timet additional
witnesses in regard to the Katd!d
Culm bankeal were heard today in
the senate, sitting as a court of Im
peachment on the trial of Judge Ro
bert Archbald of the commerce court.
The deal in which Edward J. Wil
liams and Judge Archbald were in
terested was to buy the Katydid bank
.from Hillside Coal and tfron company.
a subsidiary of the Erie railroad, fur-
nBM tne uasls or tne principal
charges against the judge.
Charles F Conn, a prospective pur-
cnaser nr tn hnnlr f-nnfliKlorl In a
few minutes today his testimony
about tbe endeavors to sell of Wil
liams and Archbald the option of the
bank to him.
A deposition of Williams given
months ago to an agent of the depart
ment ofujstice was read to the sen
ate to contradict -the testimony In re
gard to Judge Archbald's part'' in the
deal, as told tbe senate committee
by Williams early In the week.
ADVANCE NEW SCHEME.
Farmers Finance Plans Will Be C'n
sidefed in Congress
WASHINGTON. D. C Dec. 7
The general credit system for flnan-
'nners, as outlined by
Presl
dent Taftr.at .the governors' confer
ence heretoday, will be considered as
a part or'the general currency .reform
lo bor attempted by a sub-committee
of the house banking and currency
committee It was decided today.,
Myron T. Herrlck, United States
ambassador to France, will be ac
corded a special bearing before tho
sub-committee, seeking to substitute
it for the Aldrich currency plan, of
which Representative Glassent of Vir
ginia, Is chairman.
Pomerene.
Russian Dynasty
is 'Considered as
Being in Danger
Withdrawal of the Brother
of the Czar Is Not Ac
cepted Favorably
ST PETERSBURG., Russia.
Dec 7 Emperor Nicholas and
members of the !iiir1al fam
U) are greatlv upset over the
decision of the -emperor'n on!
brother, Grand Duke Michael
Androvitch, to definltel)' re
nounce h's rights to the suc
cession to the throne. A mor
ganatic marriage contracted in
1910 by the giand duke with
' the divorced wife of a brother
officer was recentlj blessed
with the birth of a son. The
event prompted the grand
duke's decision. He wishes to
retire to the private I'fe of a
country gentleman, assuming
the title of count In order to
enjoy domestic bliss far from
tho atmosphere of the court
The emperot opposed this
step all the more because of
the recent Illness of his only
son. Crown Prince Alexis,
which revived fears of the suc
cession. The son of the late
Grand Duke "Vladmir, who
would become the next candi
date for the throne, unhippil
share fathers Intense unpopu
larity. All classes of well in
formed Russians regard the
possibility o their ascend'ng
the throne disastrous to tlve
d nasty.
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STOBM LSSiO
SHIPS ARE
At Least One of Lake Vessels .
Is Believed to Have
Gone to Bottom and
All Are Lost !
TALE OF HARDSHIP
CHICAGO, III, Dec. 7 The thr.e
masted schooner -Mlnerv a with frown
camas flapping rtn the luting De -
cember breeze and with a broken fore-
'beam groaning on a bandaged rope,
glided slow Ij into Chicago harbo. to-'
da j
She was the first to arrive of five ,
overdue ships The Minerva brought
a" .thrilling storj of the life struggles
of tho sailing barks to survive the
terrlllc gales that have lasned Lake,
.Michigan anu which manners believe
sent to a water grave Jhe t nr.stmas siaies anu party leaders In congress,
ship Rouse Simmons, with her cre with whom they Jnformallv conferred'
of 17. toda, have agreed that no definite
Later Captain M J Starkey brought ( steps toward the re-organization of
the schooner Ar.zona, laden with the republican part and the reallig-i-lumber
from Midland. Ont., safelj in-' ment of working forces is practical
to port, more than a week overdue within a jear
Jle explained that he had put iio Opposition of progressive repub-
Mnnltnum tn pMtw !n4f Thiirvilnv'.l I llcnns uliim It lqu .l...l..l ,,. i.i..
severe gale
ah 1.0..0 nr tho iir.i.sw simmnna ntwi
her crew has been given up bj mar
. ...
ine circles The Cnaed States rev-
enue cutter Tuscarora has been j reorganization movement that no con
hearchlng for the missing schooner jcerted plans should be taken until
nearly a wyek and abandoned thai late next ear
work todav and retu.ned to Milwau
kee
HI CANADA'S OFFER
Addition to Navy Promised
Is Chiefest Topic in the
Public Mind
LONDON, England, Dec. 7 Can
ada's naval contribution is far over
shadowed the Balkan war as a topic
of Interest this week in England
among politicians and newsparf'rs.
There were very few dissenting
voices. England will welcome tfte
Dominion's gift for its own sake and
tas a memborable tep toward the con
solidating of the empire.
Vncertainty exists as to whether
the government proposes to receive
Canada's ships as an addition to a
minimum fleet considered necessary
to maintain naval supremacy or as a
part of that fleet.
FIHANGIERSTO HAVE
- THEIR DUE HEARING
Rulers Of Financial World'
Are Called Upon to
Give Evidence
. .
WASHINGTON, Dec 7. A formiit
able list of witnesses will confront
the banklntr and rurrpiicv rnmmlL
tee of the house when It resumes!
the Inquiry Intothe so-called "money
trust" Monday.
Tho deputy sergeant at arms of the
house returned to Washington today.
. . ,.
after serving subpoenaes on a num-
ber of" tankers and business men of
Boston and rNeW York.
Jacob II. 'Scblfr, of Now "York; Cor
nelius A. Pugsley, ot tbe American
Bankers association are 'In the list
of witnesses served wUn subpoenae.
1 AMERl&ift AVTFE OF
NTICARAQ UANXATER
M;me Luis r. Ccrea.
ilaaamo Luis F. Corea is an Ameri
can gut, who at the age oc elsntetn
marrloj the Nlcaragiiaa minister to
.Washington over the irotcsta of he
Tamlly. lie was Zelaya represen
tative and at the end of the Zelaja.
redm left the diplomatic service
ami engaged In the practice of Inter-?
national law In New York city.
REORGANIZATION
LOOKSHOPELESS
,
u t.. -, .,
FI'""" OOVCmOrS Meet
and Agree That Nothing
Can Be Done af the
Present Time
T rpciT
! -A J bili.
IS POSSIBLE
WASHINGTON, D
C. Dec
. -Ue-
' pumican governors
irom a nozen
I into the movement, and apathy on the
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This conierence was planned by
Governors Hadley. of Missouri, and
Tener. of Pennsvlvanfa and was pre
sided over by Gov Goldsborough of
Man land It brought together here
today republican eyecutives from
states covering the entire campaign
The conference was called of "ex
change of views" and nothing further
was attempted by those back of the
movement As a result of the con
ference, however, it became apparent
that any general plan of reorganiza
tion will embrace a reduction of rep
resentation In the southern states and
the adoption of primary systems for
the election of delegates to the na-j
tlonal convention of the party
?!
IS CAUSE OF KILLING
Unfortunate State of Affairs
Lands Americans in
Mexican Prison
EL PASO, Texas, Dec 7. J. Ixng
and Oscar Langendorff. American
mining men are In Jail at Pan'al, Mex.,
acused of murder, according to let
ters received here today.
The letter explains that the camp
of the two men was attacked by ban-
Htf and (har aunt tv Uimnl r.... l.l
Te Parral cbfaf of police- and- a
f "J?:Jiu2...n?.S, "d. WS
J ..- PIIIIUU. UUI.UIIIIB Hit?
Americans; thought they were other
bandits' aud fired on them The chief
ot police was killed and the Ameri
cans were arrested.
Long is a brother of American Con-
sul James I. Long at Parral.
WILSON FAR AHEAD
v.vwu..ijuo, v., netj. 1. 1 lie oui-
cial vote In Ohio on president was
COLUMRUS, O, nee. 7. The offi-
completed In the secretary of states '
office, today and shows that Wllsou
oirrlcd the state over Taft by ltS.OSfi.
The vote was." Wilson 423.132: Taft
277,065; Roosevelt 29,327; Chafln
1W59; Debs 89,830.
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CONIPLlCATfONS
ARE iW ONLY
IP BEFEMED
Real Diplomatic Negotia
tions Wjir Begin When,
Conferences Assemble lo
Decide Peace Details,,
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GIANTS OP OTHER
DAYS ARE ABSENT
Battles Occur Before and
Since Protocol Is Signed
' But Dove of Peace Hov
ers Over Europe
LONDON, England. Dec. 7. Pros
pects o' a satisfactory ai.d reasonably
rapid settlement of the Balkan war
and the still greater Europea.1 Inter
ests hanging upon jt, .seem brighter
mnigni man at any time since the
al'ied armies took the field against
Turkej Envois from the Balkan
Kingdoms and Greece If Greece de
cides to participate and the Otto
man empire will hold- their first
meeting of the peace conference nexr
Friday At the same time ambassa
dors of tne great .owers will meet
in London, charged with the task of
protecting the Interests of their coun
tries. The will meet as a sort of
it.urt of appeals to watch, advise and
admonish the peace delegates.
Nations Fail In Line.
To reach even this complicated ar
rangement has strained all the re
sources of European diplomacy. Ther
have been times during the last
month when even the consent of all
governments to a friendly gathering
appeared lejoml the range of poss'
billty Austria consulted jesterda
to join the ambassadorial conference,
and Germany which has stood atide
awaiting the decUlon of Its ally, an
nounced its acquiescence today. This
will be bv far the most importanf as
semblv of diplomats since the Berlin
conference following the Russo-Turk
ish war. Giants like Bismarck. Bea
consfleld Salisbury and Gortchakoff.
to be sure are not to tread the stage,
but their successors who do. have an
equnll important wo-k to perform
Difficulties Confront.
One question charged with possibili
ties of disaster is the Servla's un
quenchable dete-mination to have an
Adriatic port and Austria's determlna
lioi' that Servia shall not have U.
second interesting struggle will
take place over Turkey's endeavor.s
to hold as much of the conquered ter-
,ri,,0rj' ,a?, oentaI diplomacy and the
he'p or ne friendlv powers can save
1 Tif nr
The best bargain the Miltan
can make will probably reduce hU
subjects In Europe from more than
fi.OOOOOO to less than 2.000,000 anil
the Turks seem reconciled to this
The third important factor will bo
the Greek attempt to gain Saloniki.
REPULSE IS REPORTED.
Allies Attack and Are Beaten Before
Protocol.
CONS NTINOPI.K. Dec 7. The
following official message has been
received from the ali of Adrianoplo
under date of December 4: "At H
o'elock vesterdaj morning before the
armistie was signed, the enemv, with
the Intention of approaching the forts
made a zeneral -charge with all forces.
infantry and artillery from the south.
north west and al?o the Marasli side.
It is believed the soldiers repulsed
tlv attack with great vigor, and did
not give way a step from the ad--.ancc
posUvthey nave ,,een occupy
ing 'During the terrible fighting, Tvhlch
lasted rearly six hours, the enemy
sustained considerable loses and had
to retreat on a'l sides In a lamenta
ble state."
WILL USE BOYCOTT
VIENNA Austria. Dec. 7. The a!
llance between Austro-jrungary, Ger
fjany and Italy has been renewed
without alteration according to infor
iuation from Belgrade received today.
The Servian Merchants." union has
decided to boycott all Austrian pro
ducts. ATTACK NOT RETURNED.
CETTINJE. Montenegro. Dec. 7.
Notwithstanding the armistice- tha
has Just been concluded Turks from
Tarabosch made a heavy attack yes
terday on the Montenegrin front. Ac
cording lo orders, the Montenegrans
refused to return the Turkish Cre.
which did no damage.
Montcnegran troops aro.ind Tara
l.osch and Sci.tari have received news
of the armistice with great dlscon
tent. The army was Impatiently
nvmltlni a cenerai offensive move-
ment to capture Scutari
EASTERN METAL MARKET
NEW YORK. Dec, 7. Metal market
quiet, practically nominal.
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