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Weekly Journal -Miner
PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
FORTY-NINTH YEAR.
MOB
10 THE Sp ARMY
Greatest Victory of the Balkan War
Scored by Servian ArmyRumored
Fall of Scutari.
)y ,sk luted Press..
lON'DON, Nov,' 18, Any idea
lurkish government may have
I , i 1 1 benefitting by continued resls
, inist lie shattered by today's
n I the fall of Monastir, In the
I r. of that important town, the
strii'i took three Pashas, includ
i .iminandcr-in-Chicf Zckc Pasha
n thousand men and forty-seven
K-t) thus achieving the greatest in-
i.uhi'l success of the war.
M t astir is the second city in im
t i v in European Turkey, Tut
K tronghold in Macedonia, and
I,, i' downfall Macedonia passes
iipMtly out of Turkish hands.
p.irt the Greeks played in the
, in has not been ascertained. It
known .that flic Grcekt army was
i .rcHng to the assistance' of the
-cniiiiH and it is supposed, were
ill- to cut off the Turkish retreat
i 'i The Servians naturally will
U elated over the-victory which out
tf the capture of Saloniki and
inn t have a great moral effect on
It future course of the war.
Wither of the strange . silences
i have been
characteristic
of the
war. ntincars to
have 'alien over
Constantinople Jroln wlncii only Drici
.' 'patches' rfrd received telling of
... .
Mulcted Small Corporat
ions, Promoters And
Inventors
Hy AnBoclutod Pr.'iis. ; '.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 18 With the
.'frc-as today in six cities of men
alleged to constitute a monumental
chain of swindlers, Federal Officials
declare they have unearthed an
organized gang that mulcted small
corporations, inventors and promot
or out of a million and a half of
dollars in the last three years. The
"Mi were indicted here. Those ar
reted are: F. D. Ilinyard, of Cleve
land, George S. Ilannaford, of Chi
cago' P. IJ. Warren, of Rochester;
Mason G. Worth, of New York;
Thomas Fishwick, of Hoston, and
A, Hrucc Crane, of cwark.
'Il.c scheme of the alleged swind
lers was to advertise their ability to
GANG SWINDLERS ADMITS MURDER
PLACED UNDER OF A TUCSON
ARREST RANCHER
Sight Was Too
MuchforClancy
Fainted, When Alter Making Admis
sion, He Looked Through Crack Ut
Door and Saw McManigal.
by Associated Press.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 18, How
'"gene Clancy, the San Francisco
'ihor leader, fainted and remained
""conscious when, after making ad
missions in the Los Angeles District
Attorney's office, he looked through
he crack of, a door and saw stand
ing in another room, Ortle McMan
'Ral, was related "in the dynamite
SURR
E
the resumption of the Tchatalja hat
tie and that the Sultan made a
fresh personal appeal to the Euro
pean sovereigns to intervene for the
termination of the war. With chol
era and typhus ravaging the demor
alized army, and a powerful enemy
hammering at the gates of the capi
tal, Turkey must again appeal to the
allies for terms. Undoubtedly the
object of the commanders in order
ing the attack on the Tchatalja lines
was to compel this course. It seems
incredible that Ilulgaria for the mere
glory of a triumphal entry in the
city she doesn't desire should wish
to take her army into a diseased
infested 70I1C.
Scutari Surrenders.
LONDON, Nov. 18. A private
telegram received at Belgrade re
ports that Scutari has surrendered.
Servian headquarters report the
Turks attempted a sortie yesterday
from Adriauoplc on the side of the
Servian division but were repulsed
with great loss.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 18.
The battle was resumed this morn
ing and continued all day. The can
nonading showed much less vio
lence than Sunday's fighting but it
is believed more infantry were used
by the .attacking Bulgarians, '
lly Associated I'rwm.
CHICAGO. Nov. 18. Stephen La
portc who gave his address as
Tucson, when arrested tonight as a
suspicious character surprised the
detectives when he broke down sud
denly and asserted that on the night
of August 13, 1907, he shot and
killed Walter Taylor, a ranchman
near Tucson, for whom he worked.
Laportc is said to have been freed
after a hasty inquest. He is held
pending advices from the Tucson
police. (
REFEREE CHOSEN.
lly AdMiolatPil lnM.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18.
Jamcs Griffith of this city was chos
en as referee today of the Wolgast-D.-ii.i,.
fWli. to lake nine; Thanks-
imivm". n "
giving day. .
sell stocks for promoters and inves
The Tucson Consolidate!
Mining Company is named as one of
the victims.
..:i fJicar Lawlcr Special As
sistant Attorney General and Arthur
Vcitch Assistant wmim """'
ii,mi, ttif.cd that Clancy admitted
. . i i. ....... i MfN.nnnra came to
lie nai . . .
,he coast to blow up non-union jobs.
Lawler also named Tveiimoc, Johan
Pohlmaii and other coast labor
leaders as familiar with the ma
5ion of the dynamiters.
NDERS
DEMOCRATS
WIN
PO NT IN
CONTEST
Court Has Jurisdiction
To Hear Petition
For Writ
H" Axitoolntrit PrcM.
I.OS ANGELES, Nov. IB. The
Democratic contestants won the first
Tound in the legal controversy over
the Los Angeles county Presiden
tial election when the District Court
of Appeals decided it had jurisdic
tion in the matter.
The contestants were ordered to
amend their petition for a writ of
mandamus by citing specific in
stances of alleged fraud. Unless
the controversy is settled by the end
of the week, Wilton will win Cali
fornia's electors as the State vote,
exclusive of Los Angeles County,
will then be counted. The final limit
for certifying returns to the Secre
tary of State is next Monday.
ARE KILLED
IN CAFE
Battle of Bullets -When
Detectives Come
Across Suspects
lly AnBOclntrt! Vrcnn.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. A man
ami woman ncing trailed oy ucicc-
lives in connection with a diamond
robbery committed suicide in a
. . ..... .....
calc in t lie nronz nisirici loiiigui.
A Central Office detective and two
private detectives were shot and fat
ally wounded. The proprietor of
the cafe and a waiter were seriously
injured.
The man and woman deliberately
shot down the detectives, the man
. . . , a I. .
using an auioinauc ami uie woman
i revolver. '1 he man then shot the
woman and put a bullet through his
own head, both dying instantly. The
dead man was known as Joseph
Vogel. The woman had been regis
tcred as Lottie Vogel.
Detectives Allen and Fay and Pro
prietor Mondschein it is thought are
finally wounded. Detective Gerade
and waiter Hutler were also shot.
BILLIARD TOURNAMENT.
Jly Ar.soclnted Prms.
NEW YORK, Nov 18. Morning
star defeated Taylor and Cline beat
Dcmarcst in the afternoon games of
the world's billiard chainpionshir
tournament.
In the. niu lit names, IIoppc won
from Sutton, maintaining his lead
Slossou outclassed Yamada, the Jap
ancse expert.
NO JURISDICTION.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. The
Supreme Court of the United States
today dismissed lor want oi luriscuc
tinn the appeal recently docketed
..iili it from the decision of the
Colorado court upholding the con
stitutionality of the Colorado Con
ii'tmlmial amendment for debt re
funding.
WRESTLING MATCH.
lly Associated Press.
OMAHA, Nov. 18. Jesse Wester
I defeated Sarler Orlando, th
German wrestler by win
ning the last two falls.
TAW" LOSES IDAHO.
iy Associated Press.
IIOISE, Nov. 18. Wilson carric
Idaho by J 100 over Taft according
to the official vote.
Ml
BATH TUB TRUST
BADLY SHATTERED
Supreme Court Hands Down a Decision
Which Will Have Bearing on Other
Illegal Combinations.
Uy Associated 1'rcM.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. In an
epoch-making decision, in the so
called "bath tub case," the Supreme
Court laid down the principle that
there can be no monopoly in an un
patented product of a patented ma
chine without a violation of the
Fate of Gunmen
Rests With Jury
lly Aonoclnlcil Press.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. The last
word for ami against the four gun
men on trial for the Rosenthal mur-
er was said today when counsel
made appeals to the jury. To
morrow their fate will be delivered
into the hands of the jury.
The four defendants heard them
selves characterized uy uistrict At-
CHANGE OF
TO BE
lly AsBOolntcd I'ri'M.
ROCHESTER,
Nov. 18. The
the Federation of
picjtiou whether
Labor is to adopt industrial uniou-
sm in place of its present policy of
recognizing the auiomy oi trade or
raft organization will be discussed
tomorrow before the convention.
The Committee on Education report
ed adversely but a minority report
favored industrial unionism where
practicable, and where not practi )
CI FOUNDRY IS
Uy Asdoclntcd l'rrna,
TERRE HAUTE, Nov. 18. The
erecting plant of the American Car
Foundry Company was burned to
day. The loss is $200,000. Two
firemen were seriously Injured by
falling walls.
WILSON IN BERMUDA.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. A cable,
to Quebec steamship officers here
announced the arrival of Woodrow
Wilson and parly at 8:30 this morn
ing at Hamilton, Bermuda.
TAFT AT NEW HAVEN.
NEW HAVEN, Nov. 18, Prcs
dent Taft, accompanied by others,
arrived this morning to attend the
Ynlc corporation meeting.
READY TO RESUME.
The Redman Stockholders Cor
noratiou. which was recently incor
poratcd, and has taken over the old
Redman uroun of mines near Mc
Cabc, has inaugurated development,
with W. II. Andrews In charge as
uciicral niaiiaucr The latter is
an experienced operator, and has
nlaccd a limited number of men at
work, in nrennriiitr for extensive on
crationi later A car load of coal is
en route for fuel, and on its arrival
steam will be gotten up and develop
ment started. The company faces n
decidedly flattering future, and thn
plan is to operate energetically and
oracticallv to ureal ileotli. the re
sumption of the property Is creating
considerable discussion oi a lavor
able nature in that country,
DESTROYED 8Y
FLAMES :
Sherman anti-trust law. Justice Mc
Kenna delivered the unanimous opin
ion of the court
In accordance with the decision
the court titruck down as illegal the
"license agreement" by which manu
facturers of 85 percent of the sani
tary Ironware in the United States
I,
torncy Moss,
'liniuls which held
instruments (jf death, hands which
were the body of which Rose,, Web
ber nil'! Vnlon were the brains, and
Lieutenant l'cckcr the will." He re
ferred to them, as a "battery of gun
men," and said the witnesses who
identified them showed "the cour
age of soldiers marching into the
canuon'ir mouth."
POLICY
DISCUSSED
cable to cloie llie Federation of
Trades Unions for unified action.
Some excitement followed the re
port of the resolutions committee
in
favor of excluding religious dis -
cusMous on the lloor in future con
yi-iiiiijii mm i utfiiijimiiii(.ii nun iLjr-
rescutatives of all religious organiza
lions be denied the use of the con
ventior platform. After n long de
bate the convention voted to allow
religious discussions,
GALE SWEEPS THE
WESTERN PART
OF JAMAICA
KINGSTON, Nov. 18. The heavy
gale which started November IS
with heavy rains and floods in the
western section rif the 'island con
tinues. The telegraph system is com
pletely cut off. A vast amount of
dapiagc has been done.
SILVER.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. Silver
62H. Mexican dollars A').
Out of Office
They Are Thrown
Secretary of Mayor and Deputy City
Prosecutor of Los Angeles Partici
pated in a "Frame-Up."
lly AMOcttitAd I'rfM.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18. Not
since the strenuous times preceding
tlx: recall of Mayor Harper has this
city been so shaken politically as
the result of the summary discharge
today of George Ilakcr Anderson,
Mayor Alexander's secretary, fol
lowed by an order of discharge of
Drputy City Prosecutor Choats, be
were bound together in a combina
tion. Officials of the Department of Jus
tice were highly elated asserting th
decision would have an important
bearing on suits against the "moving
picture trust" and United Shoe Ma
chinery Company.
REVOLVERS
JUST BEFORE
Important Testimony Is
Given in Salem
Strike Trial
Uy Adsoclutcil Press,
SALEM, Nov. 18.-Rcsting its
case in the Lawrence strike trial the
defense produced Intc today n wit
ness who swore he ' saw tvo police
officers discharge revolvers just be
fore the Lopiz7o women fell. To
morrow the Commonwealth will call
a few witnesses in rebuttal but it is
(expected arguments will be reached
before llir rml nf Hit ilnv- mul St !
, ...obalile Hie ea,e will tr th.
jjury ,,y Tiurftda. at ,,c ,iltcst
1
RETURN HERE
E. A. McSwlggcn, former county
superintendent of public schools,
cannot resist keening away from
this section of Arizona. He writes
from Williamsburg, Iowa, that he Is
on the road back to Prcscott; that
ii, his mind is" made up and he may
c oxpected during the present
month.
He resigned office to return home
to look after the estate of his moth
er, and with that duty fulfilled the
Haskuyampa water innoculation Is
strongly nsserting itself and he will
"come Imck." It will be learned with
very much interest by the many
friends of this popular man that
since returning home he has discard
ed his bachelor raiment, and is in
the blissful realm of a benedict.
cause of their part in an alleged
"frame up" against F. W. Lloyd, a
witness in the Eddie case. The
Good Government organization
threatened to invoke the recall
against Alexander.
LEAD.
NEW YORK, Nov.
H40 $4 50.
18. Lead
MSWGGEN
WILL
THIS
MONTH
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