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VIL. XV., NO. 272
BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1913
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Soldiers and Population in
Dire Extremities of Starva
tion Hasten From City To
ward the U. S. Border
Villa Wires Carranza That
Villa Expedition to Mexico
City Will Be Expedited
Will Occupy Chihuahua
JUAKEZ, Dec 1. Chihuahua city
has been evacuated by the federal
troops, according: to advices received
tonight. The troops are reported to
have been starved out. The city Is
now cpen to the occupation of the
The report received by Tila Is tnst
Salvador Mercado, military governor
of the state, with 2.000 ma left oti
foot for Ojinago, en Uie U. S. border
near Marfa, Texas; that Generals Jose
Salazar and Pascual Orozco with 1000
, , A. . ,
men retreated to the mountains jest
of the city and that hundred ct civ
ilians. Including women and children
who are on the verge of starvation
started out to walk to the U. S. bur-,
Besides being the capital ot the
state, Chihuahua with a population ot
normally 35,000 Is the metropolis of
northern Mexico. Neither in the Ma
derd revolution nor In the present one
has Chihuahua been taken from the
Had the rebels reached the city and
the Federals resisted, it Is believed
that the fight would have resulted In
great loss of life and property Con
ditions in-the city are sai3 to b such
that life there Is no longer endurable.
Th9 Spanish viaduct which conveyed
the water from the mountains Is re
ported to have been destroyed, rood
supplies were exhausted.
General Villa tonight Ulcgraptud
details cf the evacuation to General
Carranza at Hermoslllo stating that
his proposed advance on Mexico City
would be expedited.
TORPEDO FLOTEILLA IN STORM;
SAN DIEGO. Pec 1. At 0:30 the
destroyer Whipple came Into Pu
showing' effects of the terrific storm
she encountereo this morning south
of Santa Barbara channel. She has
deck damage. Hve compartments
were flooded. Only two tons of coal
remained In her bunkers. The tor
pedo flotilla left San Pedro Sunday
morning for Mare Island yard, and
soon was battling with a terrific
SANTA CRUZ. Dec 1. With her
iroiesu abnaratu?. one mast and a
lifeboat gone, and two other lifeboat
rinashed. tho torpedo boat Truxton
arrived this afternoon. ""
for two days in me worn -
experienced by her officer?.
TESTIFIES TO HOLD UP
NEW YORK, Doc 1. Madison R.
Aldrich, Poughkeepsle contractor, tes
tified at District Attorney Whitmans
"John Doe" Inquiry that he had Deou
o.it n oar 1.500 to get ms
from the state highway department
. a. , mnUtd dnrin tho
,. ,oH h enmoleted daring tno
terms of Commissioner Reel. Ho paid
the money, in cash. March 31. 1912. tn
Thomas Hassett, secretary to John A-
BenseL then state engineer.
Hassett, who Whitman is anxious to
question, has disappeared. H sailed
for Ran Domingo about the time
James K. McGuire also sailed south.
SENT TO ASYLUM
SALT LAKE CITY, Dec 1. Mrs.
Augustus Eckman, who killed her 12
year old daughter last JuDe, was pro
nounced insane by a Jury today and
committed to an asylum.
Carranza Tells How He
Would Bring About Peace
TUCSON, Ariz., Dec. 1. cpecial),
General Venustiano Carranza, lean
er of the Constitutionalists of Mexico
ha delivered to Dr. Henry Allen Tu;
Icr, special peace commissioner of the
lutemaiioral Peace Forum, a -written
Ftatement of 'The true position anil
purposes of tho Constitutionalists iu
the present straggle. " Dr Tupper uu
thorlres the publication of this state
ment He Hays-
"As commissioner of the Interna
tional Peace Forum 1 have taken a
deep Interest In lito problem of peace
(which Is a problem) in Mexico, and
my repeated visits to the war-devastated
country have elicited my sym
pathetic services. Tho statement of
the position and purposes of the
Constitutionalists by General Venus
tiano Carranza, the erst chief of the
Constitutional's, is exact and It cor
rects much misunderstanding and
many misrepresentationn. It is Gen
eral Carranza's latest statement aul
seemb to be final."
Following Is Carranza's statement:
"The Immediate object of tha Cor.
stitutlonalists is the restoration of con
stltutlosal government and the over
throw cf Huerta and all those respon
sible with him for the assassination
of President Madero and the usurpa
tion of the government
-vhrt -rrr.mr.haA if th.. r,hwt
of the Constitutionalists to effect the '
political and economical reforms so '
greatly needed before my country can
have permanent peace. Among these
are the guarantee of a full and free
code to all cltUens and tho settlement
ot the ,anQ Problem on the lines laid
down In the plan of ths Ban Luis Po
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restoration to the public of lands llic-
gaily taken from It and the opportuni
ty for the common people to acquire
lands iu small acres so that thtv mav
become Independent and self-support-
lng. Other reforms are proposed
AT PHOENIX-TRIAL ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES TO
BEGIN TODAY-REBELS TURN STATES EVIDENCE
PHOENIX. Dec. 1. On tho grounds
of lack of jurisdiction and that the
ofiense charged is not a public offense.
Judge Sawtelle In the Federal court
this morning sustained the demurrers
to the indictments previously returned
against A. Steinfeldt of Tucson; W
H. lirophy, Steinfeldt &. Company: the
Phelps Dodge Mercantile Company;
Hugo Donau, the Douglas Hardware
Co.; F. E. Coles, W. F. Fisher and
ten others, charged with transporta
tion of munitions of war in violation
of the neutrality laws.
The other cases against the same
defendants, except the Steinfeldt Co..
and Its officers. In charges of consplr-
BILL OF HEALTH-SO
PHOENIX. Doc 1. IT S. Marshall
Overlook will tomorrow send to the
Department of Justice a refusal at
the request made several days ago
that he voluntarily resign.
He takes the position that he was
appointed to serve for four years and
hue not denying the right of the
J presWeat rem0Te hlln he 00es 0o
B,re ,nat e rcai reaBon for Ms De.
lag relieved be shown. It it is poli
tics he wants the record to so show.
REBELS IN CHINA
PEKING. Dec. 1. Official telegrams
received from various provinces In
South China report that rebels are In-
I trlgnln? with numerous outlaw bands
to overthrow- President Yuan Shi KaL
The government is developing an ex-
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tensive secret service and summary
executions, -without semblance ot
court trial, frequently occur.
HOLD OUT FOR RECOGNITION
CALUMET, Dec 1. Striking cop
per miners at & mass meeting here
today ratified a resolution to hold out
for recognition of tho W. F. M. as the
remaining issue in f the strike. The
resolution declared the strikers would
continue to adhere to the principles, of
crrBaBlaed labor, but expressed -wining:-ness
lib ." 'd
General Venustiano Carranza.
which include the establishment of
a complete system of practical educJ-
Uon for the masses.
Controlling as we now do three-
fourths of the area of the republic.
v ! victory coming dally to our arms,
tampered as, we have been by our
Inability to arm and equip the tens ot
thousands of patriots who freely val
unteer their services, we still lack one
requisite for the accomplishment ot
lu order to carry out the first objtct,
the elimination ot Huerta and bis as
sociates at once, the Constitutionalists
ask but one thing of the United States,
the repeal of the resolution forbidding
the free export ot arms atd ammuni
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acv, will go to trial tomorrow, the-
court indicating Intention to over
rule a demurrer argued and submitted
In all of the cases dismissed, no ir
regularity in the Indictment was
found, -the court holding in effect that
if nn offense had been committed Its
prosecution should commence at the
eastern origin of tho shipment and
not In this jurisdiction.
E P Negre. main rebel purchasing
agent, and Consul Perez, of N'aco, will
be government witnesses In the con
spiracy charges. They sometime ago
ARIZONA LANDS OPENED
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 Order has
been Issued creating a power site re
serve In Boulder canyon of the Cclo-
rado river 20 miles east of Las Vegaa,
Nevada. It is expecteS to develop
40,000 horse power.
In the last few days. Secretary
Lane has designated more than 000,-
000 teres In various western states for
cntery under the 320 acre homestead
laws. 250000 acres m Arizona and
15,500 in California are included.
INCOMPETENCY OF PRESIDENT
SAX FRANCISCO, Dec 1. Captain
R. J. Paulsen, chief engineer, H. W.
Havens on2 second officers Thomas
ZXathlsoa of the Bt earner President are
charged with negligence by U. S. in-
pectors for allowing a Steerage pas
senger to drown on Nor. 16. Trial will
take place as Boon as witnesses are
assembled. The charges result from
stories told by passengers of Improp
er launching of life 'boata and lack of
.NINE BURNED IN CAVE-IN
CRIPPLE CREEK, Dec. -I. Eight
men were entombed In'aTcare-ln in
the Golden Cycle mine late this aft
ernoon. Afcput the samo time a
cave-In occurred at the Christmas
mine. One man is tfiiut up in ttie
main shaft. The mines adjoin.
! IN COLORADO
Mine Workers Union Leaders
and Organizers Held by
Federal Jury, Result of In
Labor Monopoly, Conspiracy
in Restraint of Trade and
Interference With Com
merce Among Charges.
PUEHLO. Dec. lr-Federal indict
ments against national officers and
organizers of the United Mine work
ers of America and members of thr.t
organization -were returned this after
noon by the Jury which is Investigate
lng the coal strike ip this state.
Ten of the Indictments were made
public Fifteen others are held until
arrests can be made Maintaining a
P'Onopoly of labor is the charge
against John P. White, president;
Trunk .T. Hayes, vice-president: Wil
liam P. Green, treasurer. Indictments
charging conspiracy In restraint ot
trade and Interfering with interstate
traffic In coal atr.ai against John It
Lawson, Aolp.i Germer, Robert Uhl
rich, A. L. McLary, Charles C. Batey
and James Morgan, strike leaders and
organizers ot the United Mine Work
ers, and Edward Wallace, editor ot a
labor paper at Trinidad.
The jury prepared a long report in
which mining conditions were re
viewed. It closed wjth, recommenda
tion that the mining laws be more
diligently enforced and that the gover
nor be empowered to suspend tho
salo of ammunition and explosives
during strike troubles; that in cases
of dispute both parties be required by
law to operate the mines pending a
settlement Financial Interests of the
coal company's In saloons was de
nounced as reprehensible. Methods
of the United Mine Workers are se
CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE '
SHELBYSVIU,E, Dec 1. Dr. Wil
liam Ji. Craig, on trial for his iife De-
ore a Jury, of farmers, heard himsolf
denounced! today as the slayer of Dr.
Helene Knabe by Ephrlam Enman,
representing the fndianapolls council
"The state will Le ab!e to prcduce
no eye witness to this crime," said
Enman. "There Is no direct proof of
engagement of Dr. Craig or Dr. Knabe
to marry, but circumstances will be
overwhelming in tha direction. She
made known to friends she was In
love with a man of ungovernable tem
per. Dr. Craig is that character ot
man. Circumstances will point un
mistakably to Dr Craig's affection for
Dr. Knabe at the time of her death."
PRAISES BISBEE ACTION
DOUGLAS, Nov. 1. (Special)
The Chamber fcf Commerce tonicht
passed a resolution wherein it de
clared high praise for the line of
action followed toy the Warren District
Commercial, club in making endeavor?
to secure good paved roads connec
tions for its suburbs.
H. E. MONTAGUE KILLED
BY BANDIT ON T
9 OF S, P. AT
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1. H. E
Montague, traveling passenger agent
of the Southern Pacific was shot and
Instantly killed while trying to dls-
I arm a train robber who was holding
up passengers on Overland train 9,
The robber boarded the train at.Po.
mona 30 miles from here. He jumped
off, and made escape at El Monte, 1C
miles out. He was gojng through the
coaches when accosted oy Montague.
It is reported that he secured siboai
$200 work ot valuables befor Mon
tague attempted1 to interfere. Mr.
Montague cad been with the S. P. a
riumberof years lnjuthe captelry of
traveling passenger nprot oa . was
widely knoTin, " : "
HERE'S FIRST PICTURE OF F. B. SAYRE
AND BRIDE TAKEN SINCE THE WEDDING
Afttr 'lie wedding ceremony had been perfor
on Tuesday afternoon, and after the wedding
of Mr anj Mrs l,i-is Uowes Sayre parcel
this ptctu-e. Tt "c c t.st picture thown of J.t ,
bjcasis ir a.-4 wte.
flES BEING USEO
BINGHAM. Doc 1 Whether Ralph INDIANAPOLIS. Dee. 1. Appeal of
Ixpci. slayer of flvo peace officers, is , team owners who signed ui'form con
dtad In the Apex mine, or whether, tracts asking tbfl ! . . , i
nvnfdlnir deadlv eases, he still plan3 permitted to :tt. . n i -- -
a dasli for liberty, was a question un-
At the tunnel mouths, on which
searchlights are trained, the sheriffs
of reven counties and scores of depu-
ties keep unrelated watch. Sine Team owners employing about 2o0
early morning, through openings in have agreed to the union demands,
bulkheads ,at each tunnul mouth. The first day of the strike was at
poisonous gases have been directed, tended by many minor disorders which
Tonight an automobile, carrying a were quelled by the pcllcc Many
thousand pounas of sulphur, was Jnen and four girls of the members of
rushed here from Salt Lake to keep the Garment Workers union were ar
the smudges going until a fresh sup- rested. The sir's w-ere released on
ply arrives by train tomorrow. , small bonds. Many business men who
The only word from Lopez" today y-ounteered as special police, were told
came this afternoon, when Jie ap- their services were nor needed.
proached a bulkhead at tho mouth of
the Andy tunnell and called for hi - BISBEE TEMPERATURE
friend, Julio Corrello. When asked
what he wanted, he called again for Tilsbee- temperature yesterday, high,
Corrello, but before the latter arrived 5 jcw. 39 precipitation .07
he had gone back into the mountain. . .
There is slight possibility of the
fugitive escaping asphyxiation 1ft
some far corner of tne mine.
CANNOT CARRY ON BUSINESS
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. Tlic Lack
awanna railroad must pay a fine of
$2,000 for transporting its own hay to
feed mules In its mines. In the
opinion of the supreme court this was
a violation ot the commodities clause
of the Hepburn law, and conviction ct
the lower court ia sustained.
CHILD LABOR LAW SUSTAINED
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. The 11!!.
nols Child Labor law is sustained as
constitutional toy the supreme court
In the case ot Arthur Beauchamp, 1E,
who recovered) a verdict pi $4,500 for
having suffered an injury to his hand.
INCREASE FOR ARIZONA
WASHINGTON. D. C Dec 1.
(Special)- The. secretary of the treas
ury in the estimate of appropriation
for the next fiscal year has asked an
increase of $9,000 for the land office
at Phoenix, and $30,000 for irrigation
of the Papago Indian reservation.
cj Harm at Ewing
in the White Houss
had bee disposed
White Houi,e for
. couple since they
IN GRIP OF A STRIKE
'ed down today Ly the teamsters and
Chauffeurs union. Thomas J. Farrell
said none of the men would take out
teams until tie employers of 10O0
-teamsters had signed the agreement.
FIVE ABE BURIED IN
CRIPPLE GBEEK MINES
-RESCUE MADE OFOHE
Of the S miners entombed in tho
cav,ln which. ,'jtnfiil from tne 4tli
level tc the 13th of the Golden Cycie
mine and the Christmas mine adjoin
lng, one has been rescued and another
is known to be 'alive !n the Christmas
mine. The fate of the others Is un
'Thomas Spindle, who was rescued
tonight, said three of the miners were
Working behind him at a distance of
at least 60 ifeet on the Sth level. He
otlmtv4 thnt thft fall Of rOCk CX-
tended for more than S feet behind
the ncom in which he was trapped.
Tfco entombed men are:
FRANK. WOOD, shaft boss, a grad
uate of the Colorado college.
The cave-in was caused by a gigant
ic rock slide to the 4th, level.
Supervisors Tell Committee
From Mass Meeting Held
Yesterday That They Will
Immediately Ask For Bids.
Board Pays Visit to City-Tin
Meeting Determines Up
Upon Acton Feeling To
ward Local Improvements
I)iii3 for payed street from UUbce
to Warren will be advertised for ifl
fcr the next meeting of the board of
superviorrs. This decision was reaohe.d
last nlsht at a meeting ot the board
of supervisors and a committee from
a mass meeting of citizens of the dis
I It liad been planned to send a large
delegation to Tombstone to meet tfio
board tomorrow but the necessity of
, this was obviated by the suggestion
J that tho board would com- to Bisbe'e.
At 1 p. m. yesterday the Copper
J Queen hotel parlors were crowded
i mlth citizens of the district who met
yia the interests of the paved street
(to Warren. Pending arrival of tHo
supervisors a special committee was
appointed to meet tie boad.
At i o'ct-ck the board reached liU'.
tee, coming by way of Courtland unit
visiting the Forrest Gieeson Road
tampwhere work is to be resumed at.
ence. lThe committee was called and
a -visit. aid to tee proposed cut on" '.
road and over the old BUbeoAVarren
Road. Those who were with the sup
ervisors on this inspection -were
Walter Douglas, Dr. N C Kledsoe.
chairman of the committee, M. W.
Powell, M. J. Cunningham, John J.
Bowen, John Foster, Gus Halgler and
J H. Gray. In the evening the board
tui committee met and the commun
ication to the board, as adapted at U10
afternoon mass meeting was read. At
this meeting those who were present
at tho afternoon meeting of the tcanl
and also the county engineer was pres
ent The supervisors showed a desire,
to grant all. possible to the Warren
District and determined to advertise
lor bids after the next meetiug. paw
ing the necessary reeClutions tomor
row. Tle distance to be paved will not
be In excess of .2.45 miles or 39 SCO
square yards Bids Torither bitHlith
ic navement In any form. Warrenlto
or a Macadam concrete will bo asked
for. What the cost will be cannot
be statfdi until bids are in, but it will
probably be about $30,000. A clause
as to the appointment of an expert to
receive or reject the pavement, will
NEW CONGRESS BEGINS
WASHINGTON Dec. L Only the
necessary formality marked ending ct
the old session of congress and lbs
beginning of the new.
Attempt to begin the proposed dras
tic program of day an night sessions
for the currency bin faHed, the demo
crats agreeing to let It go over until
tomorrow. Republicans annoanced
there would be no effort to filibHster.
MAKE SMOOTH START
WASHINGTON Dec 1 Entfeisiasm
over reports on what has already been
accomplished and greater enthusiasm
over prophecies of what the ftare will
bring, marked the forma! oenlBg ,of
the 45th annual convention of the .Na
tional Woman Saffrege assockitlOT.
The days session ran without a hitch.
4. HAIGLER IS REFUSED
4. ADMISSION TO BOND
TOMBSTONE, Ariz.. Dec. 1.
Judge Loekwood of the Superior
Court UHs morning rendered his
ruling hi the case of the State vs
liov Halgler and denied the ap-
plication for boad which was
made by Halgler last week. Ac
cording to statements made here
by Halgler's atoorney. the matter
ot the application for ball will
now be taken to the Supreme
Court on a writ 01 naeos w-
at some time in the near