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PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1912.
w eekly Journal-
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AM OF WOUNDED
Turkish Army is Believed to Have Been
Worsted in Three-Day Battle
LONDON, Nov. 11. Judging by
jll precedents of the present war,
ihe news tuiiiRht from Constantinople
ii a herald of another Turkish de
bit at Tehatalja lines, where a bat
,( has been in progress for three
The Turks admit that so many
oumlcd arc arriving at the capital
is to show the Turks are offering
wtt resistance. The admission is
jifiuficant in view of previous ones
j .mnlar nature and may be re
dded as preparing the public for
another disappointment. l is quite
possible this will prove the," last great
battle of the campaign. There arc
indications the Bulgarians .will fore
go a triumphal entry into Constan
tinople. It is reported they will be
content with finding winter quarters
for their army while peace negotia
tions arc in progress.
' The question of meditation wade a
step forward m the announcement
tonight from Paris that the Aus
trian government had agreed, to join
the other powers in transmitting
Turkey's request for meditation to
Roosevelt is Pleased
With. Showing Iri
Late Ejection ,
Dr Ainoclated Press. ,
NTW YORK, Nov. 11. Roosevelt
nude a formal statement tonight
Wiring on the election and the fu
ture cf the Progressive party. He
tnterated "the Progressive party has
(omc to stay" and "so far as from
UinK over, the battle has just be
jun," As regards the "party's showing
ef polling more than four million
votes in the face of n'umcrou9 ob
itacles it is "literally unparallcd in
the history of, free Government."
CHICAGO, Nov. 11. A commit-
of women headed bv Jane Ad
ams argued before the City Council
against a segregated vice district to
day, M,rs. ttowcn, president of the
uvcnilc Protective Association said
there were seven million working
girls in the United States, three
fifths of whom received less than
$325 a year. "The glamors of a seg
regated district arc particularly vic
ious in their influence on the work
ing girls" she said. "No wonder
icy turn to these districts when
they become worn out and discour
aged earning small wages."
IKS ON FUTURE JOHNSON CLAIMS
OF PROGRESSIVE BAIL ASKED IS
MURDER OR SUICIDE?
Hy Aiaoclnted Pre.
ALHUQUERQUE, Nov. 11. Rich-
ardo Ascartc, son of a wealthy ran
cher is in jail in Las Cruccs charged
ith the murder of his fiftccn-ycar-
ld wife. She was found dead yes
terday with. a bullet in her heart. Her
husband declared she committed sui
cide hilt the doctors assert she was
hot through the back.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11. Ad-
juitment of freight rates on live
"ock from Colorado, New Mexico
Texas to Kansas City was an
Bounced today by the interstate
eemmerec commission following an
inquiry which was followed by a
'"pension of nrnnosed advances.
Tariffs were filed by the Rock Island
JnJ Colorado & Southern and some
Goes to Supreme Court
WASHINGTON. Nov. 11. Jack
Johnson's attorney today filed a
motion in the supreme court asking
that the nucilist be permitted to
give bail pending his hearing before
the federal court in Chicago on a
charge of violating the white slave
act. He claims that the $30,000 ball
asked by the judge is excessive and
the term? unreasonable.
CHICAGO. Nov. 11. Two women
whose names arc withheld, one said
to be from Chicago and one from
New York testified today before the
federal grand jury which resumed
its investigation of Jack Jolinsons
relations with white women. Sev
eral witnesses who appeared last
WPek were recalled today, including
Mrs. Kathcrinc Dorscr, at wliose
home Lucile Cameron lived when
she met Johnson.
IN A QUANDARY.
PRINCETON. Nov. 11 President
,.1,-ct Wilson is undecided whether
to call an extra session of Congress
to revise the tariff. He expressed
the desire to learn the views of pub
lie rmd biisincss mcn
by the Santa Fc and were held
reasonable and the suspension vacat
ed. Proposed rates from Texas
!...- in be uniustidable
and the railroads ordered to put into
effect the rates proposed uy me com
NO EXTRA SESSION.
It) Auoclated Press.
SPRINGFIELD. Nov. 11. There
will be no special .session of the
cgisiauirc 10 cieci a successor tq
Senator Lorimcr, Governor Denccn
ssucd a statement tonight that the
Attorney General had informed him
members of the last legislature were
unqualified to elect a Senator.
MANY KILLED AND
INJURED IN WRECK
Freight Crashes Into Excursion Train
Because Flagman Fails to Carry
A? Amoolntetl Prow.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 11. Four
tn were killed und ninety hurt in
Jn early morning wreck on the Ya
o Mississippi Valley railroad, caus
y the negligence of il flagman, ac
t0fJing to the railway officials. Cun
Jln8ham, the flagrpan, said sto have
bn sent back from a crowded ex
cursion train stopped on a curve tq
Hag an oncoming freight ram, fail
ed and the heavy frieght engine
ploughed its way through the rear
coach and ten cars of the .rah, Cun
ningham disappeared. Of the killed
four are white women and an infant,
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and four negro r -
ane Addams Appears
Before the Chicago
OF TURKISH ARMY IS
IN DIRE STRAITS
Graphic Word Picture of the Appalling
Condition of the Soldiers is Painted By
The Staff Correspondent of Temps.
Uy Afnoclnted Press.
PARIS, Nov. IL Jean Rodcs, staff
correspondent of the Temps, who
has reached Constantinople from the
war zone scuds a vivid picture of the
misery of the Turkish soldiers and
the disorganization of the army. He
"We have witnessed the failure of
the Turk as a soldier. We have seen
him dying from hunger, worn out
with fatigue and running after he
abandoned his place of combat. I
never saw a more poignant picture
of human distress than presented by
these unhappy men, thrown into one
of the most terrible wars of history,
without food, without medical atten
tion, almost without guns and almost
"And aV Scidler, I saw a soldier
whose right hsmd had been severed,
hold out', to US', begging for medical
help, the bleeding stump around
which he had tied a piece of twine.
"I saw long lines of famished
men who came out of tents begging
for a crumb of bread and staggering
away without a murmur of com
plaint when told there was none to
give. I saw a thousand wounded
leaving a, trail of blood as they drag
ged thcmsclvc toward Tchorlu. I saw
hundreds of others fall by the way
side dying pf wounds and fatigue.
"At Tchorlu there was no shelter
and nothing "'lo cat. All the houses
were closed, the population had fled
and those that remained barricaded
themselves within trembling with
fear. Soldiers knocked vainly at the.
barred doors. Groups shivering with'
cold tried the doors of stables to
seek refuge; even the stables were
inhospitable. Refugees smashed their
way into shops and devoured all
found, including raw vegetables and
caudles and sucked at pieces of
"I never saw such an image of an
inferno. I don't know whether the
accusations of massacre arc exact
but so far I observed, I can only
affirm not only have Turks commit
ted no excesses but I believe no
army lit the world under such fright
ful circumstances would have been
more moderate, more docile."
OFFICIAL FIGURES A
REDUCE LEAD OF
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 11. Of
ficial returns from five counties re
duced Roosevelt's lead tonight from
918 as shown by unofficial returns, to
500 . ,
SURPRISE BOX WELSH
FOR BOTH SIDES
In Salem Strike
HIS TITLE AS
McManigal Tells How He Used The
Deadly Explosive on Non-Union
Jots All Over the Country.
Jly AHHoclatcd I'reim.
SALEM, Nov. 11. Thpmas Kan-
da, brought from Cleveland to tes
tify for the prosecution in the Law
rence case provided two surprises,
one for the defense and one for the
prosecution in his testimony. He
leclarcd he saw Joseph Caruso stab
'olicctnaii Hcnoit In the back dur-
ng the riot in which Anna Lopizzo
was killed and that Policeman Mar
shall at that time had a revolver in
lis hand, The police have declared
they didn't draw revolvers.
Hy Ai")cltcil l'rcii.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 11. From
that part of his career when he dis
carded dynamite for nitro-gylcerinc
which was carried about in passen
ger trains by dozen of quarts, Ortic
McManigal related today how he
caused explosions at Cleveland, Jer
sey City, Pittsburg, Qmaha, and Su-
crior, Wis. He mentioned the
names of labor leaders in each of
lose places as cognizant of his
.unrlf. Hnckinir and J. J. McNamara
were conspicious figures in the re
cital both providing explosives used
for the destruction of non-union
Hockin declared McManigal "held
out" "on him when paying for the
explosions. McNamara when infor
med, said he always knew Hockin
was a "double crosscr" and assured
he would be paid in full.
Relating his trip to Chicago with
J. It. McNamara, he said the latter
told him he was going to the coast
where he expected to be three
months and that he wanted some
one to go out and clean up the coast
particularly Los Angeles. He had
a couple of fellows working there
but they didn't get results.
GIVING AID TOSTRANDED LINER
REBELS IS THE
MfTXICO. Nov. 11. The Govern
njent has inaugurated a drastic cam-
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palglt "I COIlIIGtllU" .himh.
that wealthy land owners in the state
of Morelos and other regions have
fiimlsliliii the rebels with mon
ey, by arresting Pablo Escandon,
and former Governor Morelos. Igna
clo Delatorrc, son-in-law of Diaz and
..i... ...nmlnKni men are renorted 1m-
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i!-,,ir The mvne oi rranciKO
Delabarra, the former pr6vlslda pfiv
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stdeni nan ";c nwwc-w "i ---r
ncction with th'e tatter.
QUEI1EC, Nov. 11. All hope o
floating the stranded liner Roy a
George has been abandoned,
still lies on the rocks oft Point St
)Sy AROclaW't l'ren".
UERESFOUD, (S. D.) Nov. 11.
Postmaster Ramsdell was burned to
jjtpth under his automobile when th
machwT turned turtle,
Wins on Points in His' ;,!
Fight With Matt
EL PASO, Nov. 11, Colonel Pas-
cue! Orozco, fathdr of the rebel lead
cr, was arrested here today by the
military authorities. The officers
refuse to tell the charge lodged
against him. Orozco was recently
released after forty days' imprison
mcnt on an extradition charge.
NEW YORK, Nov. J t According
to tabulations by .socialist leaders
here, the socialist, vote last Tuesday
showed an increase of more than
100 per cent, ovdr th'e last presi
Ily Ansoclutcd I'roiw.
LONDON, Nov. 11. Fred Welsh
regained the title of lightweight
champion of Britain in his twenty
round fight tonight with Mat Wells.
The fight went the full distance
Welsh winnning on points.
In the early rounds Welsh had
slightly the better of it, Wells' work
being a little ragged. Uoth tried
desperately in the final rounds to
score a knockout.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 11. Cle
ment A. Griscom, president of the
board of directors of the Internat
ional Mercantile Marine, died yes
terday, aged 72 years.
Deceased was the father of Lloyd
Griscom, a former manager of Cast
le Hot Springs, and later served as
ambassador to Turkey and Japan.
MILWAUKEE, Nov. II. John
Schrank's trial for the shooting of
Roosevelt will begin tomorrow.
NEW YORK, Nov. ll.-Lake
firm at 17c to I7jc. t
Electrolytic $17.65 to $17.75.
Castings $17.00 to $17.25.
In Great Britain
Opposition Victory on Amendment To
Home Rule Bill and Resignation
Of Liberals Demanded.
Ily Associated Prcs.
LONDON, Nov. 11, A great po
litical sensation was caused in the
House of Commons by an unex
pected vote on an amendment to the
home rule bill which resulted in an
opposition victory. The Conserva
tives, jubilant, loudly demanded that
the Liberal government resign which
according to precedent it should do
if the vote is a genuine test of the
strength of Government. It didn't re
tire however. The cabinet held a
meeting tonight and decided to pre
sent a resolution tomorrow which Is
virtually 'demand for a vote of
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