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PKHIEEK PAPER OF ARIZONA.
PRESCOTT, AMZOlfA, WEDNESDAY HORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1912.
UNDER THE PROBE
Angel of the P rogrefsive Cause Grows
Indignant When Questioned by The
My Amoc4U4 frwi.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. Em
phatic denials that -a. huge fund had
been underwritten to finance, the
Roosevelt pre-convention campaign,
or money was contributed to the
fund by the International .Harvester
trust or United StateA Steel trust,
were entered .today- by George W.
Perkins testifying before the Sen
The testimony of Perkins, bristled
with such expressions as "unmitigat
ed lies" "absolutely false," "totally
unfair," "mere hot air,." He denouue
cd the charges made by Penrose
and Hillcs and demanded Penrose
be made to prove his assertion that
S3.000.000 was underwritten for the
Roosevelt, campaign, "or like a gen
tleman, take it back." He said
Hillcs i should prove his charge or
"be dismissed from office." Through-
out the. examination Perkins was in
a wrangle with some of the mem
bersv pi the committee. .Time and
again lie waved a clenched flst in
the air and declared the committee
"couldn't gct away with it." Once
the- coftmittee voted to expunge a
remark, from the record.
As he grew indignant under cross
examination the witness would rise
glaringt the '.committee and Kti
cutating vdllctitjy. Perkins aeocunt
cd to thev committee for $123,000
whichjio said he spent in the Roose
velt campaign. "That was absolute
by all 'my contribution," he declared
Kept a Double
Set of Accounts
Uy Associated Ft
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 21 Read
ing from financial account books
of the, International Iron Workers,
Mary C. Dye, former bookkeeper for
McNamara, testified in the dynamite
irial that one record of money ex
pended was kept for the union of
ficials 'and executive board members,
while a different record was kept
public for the members of the union
gcpcrally. A regular system of
"Juggling" accounts the government
charges was maintained to conceal
the expenditures' for dynamiting.
GREECE SPURNS OFFER
MADE HER BY TURKEY
Annexation to Crete and Other Propo
sitions Turned Down Valor Of
King George's Army Praised.
I TITIKTCMIT TTTnr- A TPMO
Anrei When Attorney for the Mother
Jt the Lnri tie Wronged Visits
Cafe to Serve Subpoenas.
By AtaoclaUd Preta.
LONDON, Oct. 21. tt has just
been -made known that. Turkey offer
ed Greece annexation to .Crete, if
fho would withdraw from, the Bal
kan alliance and also offered other
concessions. Greece refused point
blank to accept the proposition.
The British today issued a procla
mation of neutrality in the Balkan
ATHENS, Oct. J21. King George
of Greece, received telegraphic re
plies from his three sovereign allies
to a message informing them that
the Greek army had crossed the
frontier. King Ferdinand of Bul
garia, Nicholas of Montenegro, and
Peter of Scrvia, all praised the val
or of the Greeks and asked the
gocls for help in the war with Tur
key. Torpedo Boat Sunk.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 21.
A specinl dispatch to a Co'nstantino
By AaaeciatM Press.
CHICAGO,. Oct. 21. When At
torney Erbsteiu representing the
mother ot Lucilc Cameron visited
Jack Johnson's, cafe today in . com-
pic paper says Turkish warships pany with U. S. Deputy Marshals
sank a Bulgarian torpedo boat, while to serve subpoenas on witnesses
another escaped by taking refuge to appear before the grand jury to
rn the harbor oft Varna. The) lofts morrow the pgiBst became excited
replied to the Turks, hut eveMfcttolly and threatened the lawyer personal
silenced their fire. According; to In- injury. "Throw that lawyer out the
formation received by the Pprtc 1- place or I'll kill him" shouted John
banian volunteer, under ex-D'euty $on to one of. the bodyguard. The
Hassan Bey of Pristine; Joined ythc Federal officers protected the at
advanced body of Albanians march- torncy apd served the pugilist's
ing on Kursumlija, Scrvia, thirty aged mother and nine employes of
miles south of the -Nisli neighbor- the saloon with subpoenas. Several
hood and fighting '5 progress.
Must Aid in War.
CHICAGO, Oct. 21. All Ottoman
subjects in the United States must
leave immediately for Turkey to
aid in the war according to- instruc
tion received by the Turkish Consul
ATHENS, Oct. 21. The Greeks
by a flank movement occupied (lie
Turkish trenches at Dissikata 'with
trifling losses. The Tdrks stubborn
ly resisted but eventually retired to
the town of Scrviri, twenty miles
important witnesses have disappear
ed and could not be found.
The police reported to Mayor
Harrison that Johnson had violated
the closing ordinance a dozen times
in the month and recommended a
revocation of his license. The mayor
has taken the report under consideration.
WILLI AMSPORT, Pa.. Oct. 21.:
The Buffalo Flyer on the Penniyl
rania railroad " crashed into a box
car this morning. David Getkin, the
engineer, was killed.
LETHBRIDGE, Alberta, Oct. 21.
The Seventh International Dry
Farming exposition opened here today.
SEX NOT RESPECTED
BY STRIKE LEADERS
By AtaocUud Vrrmm.
SALEM, Qct. 21. Descriptions of
riots in yjhicli girls were assaulted
by strikers were given by Fred
T-l i'iL II L. ... .1!-.-!..
riynn oi 'inc jYians.icnuscus uisuiv-i
police incite trial of the Lawrence
strike leaders. , He asserted that Et
.tor, one of the defendants was in
the center of a mob that assailed a
girl, tearing off part of her cloth
Both Flynn and Officer Bryoti tes
tified that Giovanitti after his arrest
admitted advising the strikers to
"sleep by day and act like wild ani
mals at night."
toy Associated Tress.
SAN JOSE, (Cal.), Oct. 21.-Bc
fore a large crowd Governor Mar
shall followed up his attack on Gov
ernor Johnson, begun at Sacramento
today, and declared after Johnson
had visited Indiana lie determined
Johnson was open to sharp criti
cism. "After Governor Johnson
came to my state and gave the vot
ers a lot of superfluous advice I
took my Bible and looked up the
word 'Hiram' and discovered that
'Hiram' was a cunning worker in
By AniooUtod Press.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2I.-Grcat
excitement is reported in Cuba on
account of the presidential election
on November 1. It is understood
number of cabinet officers have
resigned though only that of the
Minister of the Interior was accept
SIZE LIMIT TO
"WASHINGTON, Oct. 21.-Dr.
Edward Hanna. professor of St.
Bernard's seminary at Rochester, N.
Y. has been appointed by the Pope
n -.nvillnrv liishoti in San Francis-
wActitNrvrnN. Oct. 21. For
the first time in many years the su
prcmc court today left the initial dc
cislon day after the summer recess
pass without a single opinion.
MARTIN IS NOT
HERO HE WAS
MEREDITH, N. H., Oct. 21.-
Thc president of the company own
ing the auto where Roosevelt wai
shot, and an eve-witness, in an in
tcrvicw says that Martin did not
grab Schrank, but that a poor un
nralsed laborer was the man wh
took hold of him after the shot was
CONSTANTINOPLE. Oct. 21.
It is admitted tonight that the Bul
garians arc twelve miles from Adrio
noplc and that a big battle is immi
nent. The Governor ol Aurionopic
ssucd a proclamation to the people
f the European provinces in the
liapc of a reply to King Ferdinand's
manifesto enjoining the Moslems to
good bchavoir, assuring the Chris
tians they have nothing to fear, pro-
ided they remain loyal. It is as
serted that in the fighting around
By Awoclated Pn:
WASHINGTON, Oct. . Kegu
aiions further restricting the size
of the baggage of travelers adopted
bv almost all the railroads, were sus
pended until August a, oy tne in
WANT BORAH'S SEAT.
NEW YORK, Oct. 21 Chairman
W. F. McCom!) of the democratic
committee has decided to send Gov
crnor Shaffroth and ex-Governor
Thomas of Colorado to Idaho to
take part in the contest to name a
i.rpcssor to the late Senator Hey-
burn and try to capture Senator
Borah'1 scat for a iemocrai.
iiP.hUN. Oct. 21 Hans Gcrickc
winner of last year's international
inttnmt race and Lieutenant Stcler,
his nidc, were killed yesterday when
the gas bag of the balloon cxpioucu
The balloonists were making a ina
flfoht. orenaratory to entering in
races which start from Stuttgart on
q,.irdav next. It is believed that
( balloon was struck by lightning.
Colonel on Way
Elassona the Greeks lost 1,500 kll
Servian Army Advancing.
LONDON, Oct. 21. The Servian
army is steadily, advancing and now
has its headquarters at Vranya in
its movement against Uskup. The
fleets arc active the Greeks block
ading the Islands of Lcmmos in the
Aegean Sea and the Turks bombard
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uulgarian coast oi me imcK aca. pawic rw rPrf:rtr, ni .i
The report of sinking a Bulgarian 1,, uct;rn,lnaton ,U)t lo re
lorpcuo noai is av tHr to Mcx;co wns ,)nchnngcd. He
Stantllioplc. .Imwril irrrat Interest in the news
concerning His nephew, but said he
was not connected with the move
ment in any way,
K5 FOR KILLING
TO MEXICO ROSENTHAL
To Oyster Boy SOLDIERS STAY TO
CHICAGO, Oct. 21. Col. Roose
velt was taken from the Mercy hos
pital in an ambulance at 7:20 o'clock
this morning and boarded a Penn
sylvania railroad train which started
at 8:30 for New' York. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Roosevelt aift
the family 'physician. When he was
ready to start on the trip the Colo
nel said he was feeling well but was
somewhat sleepy. He slept but four
hours last night and frequently
seemed nervous because of anticipa
tion of the trip, it was said.
There was a consultation and ex
amination just before the starting.
and the- following official bulletin
was issued: "The patient's pulse,
temperature and respiration are nor
mal. The wound still discharges
a little scrum. There is less infla
mation at the point of the bullet
location. The wound "is sensitive to
pressure and 'the bullet can now be
distinctly located. Koosevcit s gen- gy Aaioclated Preaa.
cral condition is gool.' WASHINGTON. Oct. 21 Amcrl-
Showa No III Effects. can marine's and Bluejackets may be
PITTSBURG, Oct. 21, (Aboard retained in- Nicaragua to preserve
Roosevelt's Car) Although Roosc- order at the polls when a President
vclt was weary from his all day ride is chosen by direct vote soon.
he showed no other ill effects upon
Fly Asnoclnted TrcM.
NEW YORK, Oct.
Sam Schcpps told his
Hot Springs, Ark., about the murder
of Rosenthal was read into the rec
ord today at the Becker trial. "I
don't want you fellows to think we
killed a man who was of any ac
count," Schcpps told Postmaster
Johnson according to the bitter's
testimony before the commission
sent to Arkansas to examine wit
nesses." That fellow was a dirty
cur and should have been killed
and I don't want you fellows to
think I am a common murderer' ''
(Continued on page S)
By Associated Press.
SAN BERNARDINO, Oct. 21.
Former Pcputy County Assessor J.
Blaine Mijlcr was arrested tonight
charged t wMU the embezzlement o
Than Highway Robbers And mpTyVrk, o"! 2i.-n.e si.cr
oi 1 1 T T 1 1 U T1 iff stopped the fight of Gunboat
Oiiouia e XJemna xarp jurepiarea SnlIlh am, Jim Stcwart at thc ctH
"Kf A All.,.. of the seventh round after Stcwart
By Associated Press.
PORTLAND, Oct. 21. That thc
manufacturers of many patent medi
cines are "worse than highway rob
bers and ought to be behind the
bars" was thc declaration of Mrs.
Martha Allen, superintendent of the
TAKE TEDDY'S PLACE.
department of Medical Temperance
of thc National W. C. T. U. The Dv AwwclMed Prew.
newsnaners that refuse to publish CAMDEN, Oct. 21. Governor
fraudulent patent medicine advertise- Johnson completed a tentative schc
ments were lauded by the speaker dule to substitute for Roosevelt am!
who also administered a thrust at I make the opening address in
the editors of church papers because (New Jersey of thc final two weeks'
of drug and drink advertising. campaign in the. eastern Mates,
NEW YORK, Oct. 2.1. Lake.
17 'A, dull.
Electrolytic $17.65 to $17.75.
Castings $17.00 to $17.25.
NEW YORK, Oct.
$4.40 to $4.50.
NEW YORK, Oct.
62. Mexican dollars 49.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. The
supreme court today declined to
dismiss thc petition of thc state of
Wyoming for an injunction to pre
vent thc state of Colorado and cer
tain Colorado irrigation companies
from diverting the water from the
Laramie river watershed. The court
give Colorado thirty days to answer