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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
VQtt. M. NO. 58.
AI1UQUERQUE, MEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911,
VOIi. t. o. a:.i
T TALKS ON
ALASKA AND THE
Former Chief Fomter Is the
Quest of Honor of National
Irrigation Congress and
Makn Short Talk.
WATER POWER IS
MOTIVE OF WORLD
It Is the Chief Thing Neces
sary to Make the Wheels
Go Round; Holt of Dewing
Makes Short Speech.
(By RfHtai Hcrals A. r. Lesaad WM
cnlcnxo, tit., Dfo. , In nn address
before the National Irrigation eon.
grrss here today. O I (ford Plnchot de
voted himself chiefly to Alaska and
the conservation problems there. He
jirnlsett the work of .Secretary of the
Interior Kinder and said the ttdnilnts
trutlun was cortnln to defeat any ef
fort to mnnopollxe the Valuable coal
landi. Hpcaklng of water power and
the motive of the Irrigation congress.
... I'lncliot declared that "Wlifti you
Ruin control of the water problem In
tiny country, jou have solved ull the
physical prohlemi of that country '
"Water power I the thing that makes
the world ro round," said Mr. Pin
chot, "And wltli the bill that will surely
bo passed thl session of congress,
conserving power and obtalnlnK Just
recompense for the people for thu
power hlthrta given Kratls to grout
Intercut, licit tho solution."
James II. Uurileld, former secretary
of the Interior. addressed the congress
briefly on dralnugo anil Irrigation dit.
fcrenct and advised harmony If not
coalition between the two congresses,
Wltlard Holt of Di-mlng. New)
Mexico and Dwlght It. Heard of Art
aona alno spoke.
Girtord PlilcSiot, president of the
Conservation association, addressed
the delegate to the National Irrigation
congress hero today.
NormanjWv- Whter, Jr., of Nw
York wnaehadMnr'fo l"lk on 'Irri
gation accounting;'' T. U Taylor, pro
feasor of civil englntrlng of the Uni
versity of Texas, hud for hi subject
"Pumping for Irrigation." while Pre.
Ident Wldlsoe of tho Utah agricul
tural college was to explain tho "He.
latum betwern Irrigation and Dry
Albert K, Ilnrtlett of Chcjenne at
tached the government's conserva
tion policy ns fantastic and bumper
ing the present development of west
ern lands nud resource In favor f
problematic great-grandchildren. He
also declared It was. lit erfect, jiln
tng Into the hand of land monopo
list!. "The government's present conser
vation policy Is destructive to prog
retw and development not only to
the west but to the whole nation,"
he said. "It I l variance with every
scientific nml economic- fact. True
conservation Is to put to tho proper
use and development tho natural re
aources at the present time, without
wnltliiK for tho consent of our (treat
grand children and their succeeding
Dwlght l. Hrd of Phoenix,, Arl
xona, In an aMr4 Upon tho subject
of "The Iloosevelt Dam." delivered be.
fore lbs nineteenth National Irriga
tion congress here today, declared that
settler In the tlt nlvtf valley need
ed more time than the ten years
granted by the national reclamation
art In which tt pay the government
their land nsemnts.
"illnce the reservoir water was as
sured," said Mr. Heard. "Tens of thou,
si-.nd of acres of desert land have
been cleared, thousand of miles of
fencing have ueon me. ami iiiinureus
of now homo dot the volley.
"With this development of tho
homr-makliiK movement, other com
munity development such u schools,
better roads, mora churches anil gen
eral Improvements, hecumn necessary.
These, all mean demands upon the
settler for expenditures, Involving llrst
his duly to hU family for Its support
second his expense In home building-,
clearing his land and bringing it. Into
cultivation, nd third, his share of the
necessary community improvements.
ln view of nil these expenditures
by the cetttert It Is very evident that
a longer period of time than tho ten
years specified In tho national recla.
(nation act, stonuM be given this ami
nil other reclamation districts to pay
lawk to tlu, oVtfHment thu money
which Ins hern so wlsily advanced to
assist the devetywimt of these weatV
trn communltt mhI which Iim result
ed In She oreallBjf K tens of thouwBrts
of new homes, of Inestimable value to
"Tho people of the arid wet wy
to ny back hWHraWy to the govern
ment every dolktr which has Wh
Pdd In their sshusH, they Hava not
tJ ignwsi dr mi evan sugavw re
pudiation of tM MM, but they rtn ak,
and with jHftM), MHM hi view of tho
necessary rupttym of Home makltt.
ImhH lmprovMM4ii community d
velopmenl. the trm of these pnynvent
be rrasonabh mmimi4,
'To give yon mm W of these
d, Improvtd etwsMtlkiivs which HV
len crenleil, I wat to call your t
tsitllon to tH mt that when we, rw4
menred to butld lk HooMVelt, owe)
tht astM.-d valnitlwn of iur rouMlrir
w ttui iiu.mi.in. whim its mNt
mceil vnluatlOK s 21,J!IJ,t,e, nn
Increasa of tnnro than 11 ler cent.
Whciwo began to build tho dam, the
........ImIIjih i.ii. nilr nt ttllrtdfllv wnH
ttifmi,iM vi i,,v i.,. " ......
eight thousand. Today the population
Is nearly twenty thousand."
Describing: Irrigation ax the "only
reliable ge' rlcli-milck scheme without
a penalty .tltnched," Wlllard H. Iloll,
president of the New Mexico mivuory
boifrd ot the National Irrigation con
gress, today described obstacles which
New Mexico lm overcome In the
Main's largo Irrigation projects.
"Intelligent farmer are coming to
the Irrigation Idea us tho only reliable
gut-rich- ttlsk chcme," said Holt.
"With tho buck-to-tho-soll movement
tnem comt'A a land hunger and water
thirst that can be supplied only by
slates like Now Mexico. Few people
rent I m Hint wu Imvo four million acre
of land with nn available water supply.
...i estimate Includes the largest Ir
rigation project In tho world now be
ing comitrut'teil at Rlephant mute.
"New Mexico has successfully prac
ticed Irrigation since the sixteenth'
century, so that w claim nothing now
but improved method,
"Aside from tho area that has been
reclaimed by using the rlvera ami
streams, we have nlmot n half mil
lion acres of the rlchcjitjtoll int Is or
may bo Irrigated by Httclernround wnt
cm, pumped .from depths of thlrty-llvc
lo one hundred feet. Of this urea, not
more than live per cent ha bcon cul
tivated, but Hint five per cent hn dem
onstrated thi, ubfotjit guarantee ol
wrnlth for the mnri wijo" pin his faith
upon the innglc of the pump.
"At Itoswcll, In the great Pccob val
ley, hundreds of artesian wells tap tho
underground waters, and In addition
many pumps are In use.
"A single pumping- proposition near
Hoswell Incluil.'H 13,000 acre wlt.i
twenty-olght miles of electric trans
mission lines connecting the motor
Mr Holt concluded his address by
describing a number of the moro Im
portant project In detail, nnd telling
How the pump had been made one of
the great fuctors In profitable farm do-
itlopmvnt In New Mexico.
DR. HYDE INJECTED
Another Nurso Is Called in
Trial of Remarkable Mur
der Trial Who Said She
Never Saw Oil Used Seforc.
(8y strtatn HeratafA. I. tae4 Wire)
KABsat City, Mo.. Dec. S. 3111 an
other nurse, Mt Hone Churchill to-
tlfrkur far tho stain In tho trial of
Dr.'M. Clarke Hyde, elm reed with the I
murder of Col. Thotnax II. Bwope, ad ,
.ultted on cross-examination today
that she wits not familiar with tho
kind, of camphorated oil used In hy
podermic Injections, Sim said Bho
had nover scon oil administered In
,Jlcr, admissions wcro vltnl to tho
case a" It Is averred by tho prose
cution thnt Hyde Injected pus germs
lnxtcad ot camphorated ull, ax ho
claimed, Into .Margaret Bwopo'a arm
and the niuc' direct testimony wax
that jIio did not think camphorated
oil hud been used,
Aviator Remained Aloft for
Four Hours and Twenty
Three Minutes and Alight
('ay stv,la- llemld A. taaeal Whrc?
Johunnctthnl, tltrnmny. Due. 8. A
now endurance record for un aero
plane night with passenger was
achieved today by Itcrr Suvclack, tho
well known aviator, who stayed lit
thu ulr for four 'holirs und twenty
The prMSlous record wax held by
Kerr Von Miner, who accomplished a
rilght with n paoongnr lasting two
hours, ten minutes und SG seconds.
FOR SIX DEATR
Organiser of Peculiar Relig
ions Order Will 1 Asked ts
IxplaiM Deaths Aboard Mis
(Sir NmI Hcrkia A. P. t4 Wksl
OrtktHd, Maine. Deo, 8. An In
ilte(tHt, contMnlNg xlx comhIs, tor
the death of six ol hi fottewor on
the crurM of tho yacht Corattot, wax
report 4 tal,y by tile grRRd Jury of
Uw UHltfttl Htatex district eart
lKlit Jtov. Krank W. StMfaril, IwmI
er of the ltly (Iboxt ee4t)'. Tho
trial ef the Bhllohlte leader was be
CAREPUL WITH HOLLY 4TAM4H
Iltata with a Ked Croaa Kwp m
mtitraH- wttl h enl to tha (toad let
Ui wttlm, aceordltMc to an orir r
twivmi tstim MHirHlnjf front Hm mmH
MawM aDavaral. The aUMtii tkwM
1st iMialia mm tk back of tk Wtr.
A mi4mt in tfcat "Ve was poated In
Us Ubby of th pttMoftlc Ibis HMirn-!
GERMANY MAKES AN
REAK RECORDS !
Georgia and North and South
Carolina Have Ginned More
Already Than at Any Time
Within Their Histories,
(Br r.TrnUsT He mM A. P. lm4 Wlra)
Washington, Dec. 8. Ucorgla,
North Carolina nnd Houth t'urollna
have ginned thus far this year moro
cotton thnn over beforo was grown
within their borders,
Kvory cotton growing statu vxcopt
Arkansas, Mississippi, Oklahoma uud
Tennessee ulrciidy liuvo ginned more
cotton than wax grown In tho slates
last year or the year before, accord
ing to tlu reimiiK bureau's rotlnn re
port inNUt'd today, showing tho gin
ning prior to December 1.
To that date there bad been ginned
In tho United tJtatcn u. total of 13,
814,842 bales, exceeding tho total sen
son' ginning of every year except
ll)4, 1W05 nnd tUOH, and coming
within 03T.00U bales of tho total
ginned In 1U04, the record year.
The report Included S7.S67 round
bales nnd 87,4(7 bales of sea Inland.
dinning by stale Included: Okla
homa. 7374l, Texas, 3,745.930.
REPORT A DECREE
Now York, N. Y.. Dec. 8. Tho
itatumont of tho Cotton Prodttcur' nv
soclutlon for November shows, n do
crcaso In stocks on hand of 23,212,451
pound, com pii red with tho previous
Total production for November uk
snooted 111.870.601 pounds ns against
1tS,255.432 it) October. Domestic de
liveries were 0,8,039,770 pounds, or 3,
D71.46U pounds better than In the pre
ceding month, while foreign deliveries
were almost 7,000,000 pounds larger,
with total deliveries showing a gain
tif 10,U3f,IOO pounds.
M'NABB IS GIVEN ft
NEW LEASE ON
Man Charged With Killing
Hodges at Vaughn Granted
Another Hearing When
Justices Remand Case.
(Xpeelal Telegrcm la i:rnlnr Herald)
Bartta Fe, N. XI., Dec. 8 Bdward
McNabb, under sentence ot deuth for
xhootlnit und killing & matt named
Hodges nt Vaughn about n year ago
ns tho result of aliened attentions to
Mm. McNabb. whs today given a new
'least; on UUi when tho supremo court
hero reversed tho district court or
Guadalupe enmity nnd remanded tho
caso for re-hearlnc, Tho opinion was
concurred In by every mourner of tho
After rendering these opinions, the
sumenii Court ndlourned until A! na
il l, Dec. 18, Other opinions were:
Klversldo Saml nnd Cement com
pany, appellee and appellant, vs.
Haruwlck, at ul apiwlle am appel
lant ,RH!cil from Chavea county.
Judgment of lower coitrt modified and
Rafael Taxllaferrlo, appellee, vs, C.
OruKtle, apiUant, appealed from dis
trict court ot Dernallllo county. Juds-
fntt N'stmnsl tisnlr nt Allniniirriiiio.
appellee, vs. j. II. Havorkiunp, appol-
iHHt, am J. A, Miller, tnssteu in bank
ruiUcy. JuiUjment ot district court ot
In-rRiltto county otfli noil,
i7aie0HlHn coal company, nppeiiee,
vs. Roc4i Cliff Coal Mining company
and tHeveil Csnbvan, appellants, ap
pealed front McKlnley county! judg
ment of lower court reversed und
t'.itmr Andrews, appellant, vs. Hlo
H ramie. Livestock company, appellee,
api4iled from Hanta Fa county,
Jtidtment of lower court reversed.
Mary K. Collins, appollunt, vs. Ju
lius Hrhump, appellee, appealed from
the" sixth tllslrlcli Judgment reversed
nnd case remanded, with an order to
overrule the demurrer and proceed
Tib Itoffnef Itetsch and Otto
llctsch. Intervener, appellee, vs. A, K
Itcnuhun ct ill., appollunt, appealed
from Hanta Fu county: judgment af
TerrHorp vs. M. W, Mill, appel
lant, apoealed from Colfax: county;
W, W. tfehoenehlr, Uppelknt, vs.
Nprlh Hrlttwh A MerpaRtllo limiiratue
com)HMiy, of London, Ktislaml, ap
pellee, apfHNAled from Curry county!
VakaHivor Chaves do Padllls, ap
pellee, vs, ibiHta. Ka Hallway com
SMtny, aMMltaat, appealed from Va
lencia coBaty; Judgment affirmed.
II, M, t4uherty, appellee, vs
Funnhs VH eUfper, appellant, ap
pealed htm Socorro county) judg
Territory of New Mexlod vs. Tlw
WMkWd tMllaal. appealed frum
ChnVss emtntyi JtOmHt affirmed.
Mytveatsm. Torres, nppelktat, v
lerrltorv. aunellee, uweld from
Usksi aaualyi ju.tfawat Mfrtrased.
Chlaf JMtMttHi Pop ami Jwrttca
It, Metfla tlm.'fllt'd In this case.
LIFE BY THE
ryan and bumpers
ARE NOT AT OUTS
President of Association of
Sidge and Structural Iron
Workers IDeeUnes to Com
mit imself Ueealy.
HE" ADDS NOTHING
TO FIRST "STATEMENT
(By nvealKK Herald AtV. Leased Wire)
Indianapolis. Ind.. Dc . x. "There
Is not u word of truth in teports of
friction between Hunuiel iioiiincrH or
other olflclals ot thu Ann rlcuu Kctlcr-
alien of Labor nnd myself,'' sold frank
M. P.yan, president of-the Internatlnn-
al Arsoelatlon of tirldge and structur
al Iron Workers, who. arrived In this
city today from WunhlriKton.
Asked why he hadjfhot signed thu
statement liwiicil by the l-Vderutlon of
Ijibor olllclalx In denunciation of tho
McN'iimnra brothers, 'after a confer
ence In Washington yesbrduy, Mr.
"I took very little part In tho con-
ftrence beeauso of other bulnos. I
will not add to my first stutement In.
regard lo the outcome of trie Me.um.
nra case. I have nothing moro to
' Will you call n meetlns of tho ex.
ecutlve board to coriaTdor the attllude
of the association toward the SleNani-
nras?" ho wns usknii.;,
'I don't know," wan tho answer.
"Did you, u president, know any
thing of the itetnltslit'the expenditure
by John J. MoNumurfi, um secretary, of
a fund of $1,000 a month appropriat
ed for organization purpnsee nnd for
which no account wax made?"
"That Is a matter that will take care
Air. Ilyon refused to comment up
on the federal authorities' examina
tion of the books ottbe association
now proceeding, Inp'rsfifiratlon .for tho
grand Jury' session bwtnnnTng Deevm
ber 14. When he waa asked If he
knew a federal graml Jury Inquiry wan
being made us to whether others wcro
associated with tho McNnmaras in Il
legal transportation of dynamite, ho
"There Is nothing I can way on that
BEFORE GRAND JURY
Uis Angeles, Cl., Dee. 8. Ortlo U.
McMnnlgal, confessed dynamiter, waa
taken before tho federal grnnd Jury
here nsnln today to resume his story
of dynamite outrages throughuut tho
John Crulekshnnk, district passen
ger agent ot the San Pedto, Lo A un
cles und Salt t-nKo railroad, also ap
peared before tho grand Jury.
Tho ttllceed Illegal transportation of
dynamite, and nllcjsiM conspiracies
against federal laws which tho erntul
Jury Is Investigating, cover a wldo
sweep of territory and many railroad
olflclals may bo called upon in tracing
I lie movement or hiodo whom As
sistant United States District Attor
ney K. A. itogn and his colleagues
believe to Imvo been involved In them.
William Andre, otfo of tho eworn
jurors in the McNamnru trial, called
at thu orflcu or State District Attorney
John D. Fredericks today and was
closeted with him,
Ho refused to talk about tho visit
nnd so did Fredericks.
Gov. Crothers and Friends
Xscort Westerners About
City and Take Them, for a
Cruise Down Hnrber.
(Sir UCTtaic Herald A- V. Usm4 Wtee)
llalllmoro, Md., D H.llaltlmoro
ledny is the host of nearly a score
of governors from west, rn and south
ern states. An elaborate program
was arranged by a i-ommltteo of 100,
headed by Clov. Austin I.. Crothers.
It embraced u visit t the Maryland
Week exposition nt Hie Fifth regi
ment armory, where n la,vlstt exhibi
tion of Maryland's iigricuHurat and
horticultural products is being held.
A tour or tho city in niiiowoWloK and
n steamer excursion a.ousd 'tho har
bor with luncheon on board, the day's
festivities to culminate kt a dinner
tontakt at whtcn covers for ISO
guests will he laid.
JUARXZ RACE COURSE
FRAM1S UP NIW CARD
(Mr WittmlmK KrUi A. V. WJra)
Jimh-ini, Jdexlco, Dc S.Kulrles
FtK mce, purse. maides, 3-year-oMa,
aJx furlongs Uonswr ttattle,
Mwatck, lloby Doll. WraH, 105:
I-ASM Tahoe, Hrfk Hwsta, Jack
WtWHbt. 103 j Ilobert, ill,
Jsaeoiid rare, selling, J-yrar-obt,
one mile: Hturtlcr. . Heretic 102.
The Hague, tot Huh Fnrle. 100;
Third race, s.uing. six furlongs:
Chess, Itoseworlh. Htriiugc D'Or. Lees
Friar. 102: Amcriciis, Pll-n-Pat, Tra
vis, Kddelmnn. los. nunst'on. Habadn.
Virginia Limine. Prudent, Judith
Fourth rm-e. purse, fivp nnd one
half fiirbimis King Klk, Jim Hasey.
100: (lev Hindoo, 105; Autumn Hose,
107: Napa. Dr. Dougherty. I to.
Fifth rm-e, selling, six furlongs:
Marsnnd, l7; Lady Tendl. Kit Lcvnn,
102; Snn Itemltn. .MInnnlelte, Zoo,
10S; Tho Foil, Hmnm .. Hbler, 107:
Jeanne D'Arc. Home Hun, Little
Hlxih race, selling, one mllo and n
elxleenlh: Litbogrne. Miss Cora, M;
Junn, 100, Maniac, 103; Jim t'af
fcrutn, 101. Hannls. The Monk. Wol
fertou, ltmiml und llnund, IDS: Frog,
10S: Ham liarmr, Mnrlgol. leu
TODAY IN CONGRESS
Not in session. Meets Monday at
2 p. m.
Lurliner semile Invesllgntlon con
tinued with ttitncesH-s for the de
Met at nonn.
Ileet sugar farmers subpoenaed by
sugur trimt committee to refute the
testimony of pconngo In' Colorado,
lleiireeeiitalivv Moon of Pennsyl
vania denounced reports thnt he linil
n "near fist fight" with Hepresentn-
tlve Thomas of Kentucky.
Ul'l ror semi-annual tobacco: cen
fli-ueral ser1ro pension bill de
bated MAINE BLOWN OP
BY AN EXPLOSION
Navy Department Issues Brief
Statement in Which It
Shows That Magazines in
Warship Were Exploded.
(Br Rveatnit Rtraia A. f l-ad Wire)
Washington. Dec 8. -The battleship
Maine was blown up In Havana har
bor by nn explosion from IH outside.
This Is the gist ot a short statement
Issued by tho r.au dcpnrmeTit tad?,'
based on findings made by the Joint
army mid navy board, which spent
several months In Havana harbor In
vestigating tho wreck.
Tho statement was ns follows:
"The board find that tho Injuries to
tho bottom or tho Maine were caused
by tho explosion of n charge ot low
form of explosives exterior to tho
ship between frames 2H and 31, atrako
II, port sldo. This resulted In Ignit
ing nud exploiting the contents of tho
six-Inch rcsorvo mnguzlnos, A-ll-M.
said contents luclitdlnit n largo quan
tity of black powder. Tho more or
less complete explosion of the con
tents of the remaining forward mnga
xlno followed. The nmKUKlnc explo
sion resulted lit thu destruction of the
MORE FARMERS TO
House Sugar Trust Committee
Will Call in Other Produc
ers of Beets to Refute the
(By KveaSag Herald A. P. Leased Wtra)
Washington, Dec. I. Kubpoenas
have been Issued by tho house sugur
trust committee ror a number of
runners engaged In beet sugar cult
ure. They arc to be called lo rctuto
the testimony of Colorado farmers
that tho beet sugar refiners do nut
deal fairly with the beet runners.
The net witnesses wilt prolong thu
Investigation. Today James llodktn
of Meade, Colo., was recalled to be
iiuestloned furtlior ns to his state
ment that recruits fur the Colorado
beet fields were gathered In the
WOl'LDNT LKT SOLDIHH hancu.
Leavenworth, Kn., Dee. 8. Oor
porut Van MeCune, Troop 1. Fif
teenth cava In, who declares lie was
ejected from a Leavenworth dance
hall Hiilurdnt night because he was
In uniform, probably will Institute
suit ugaluit the management to re
cover damages for his alleged "hu
miliation. This is said t t, the first time in
Leavenworth's history Unit u soldiers
uniform wus discriminated aitalnst at
any public affair The management
of the Coliseum, when- the duneu who
given, denies that the soldier wns
elected. They contend that It is
atfalnst their rules to permit soUtlera
to dance In uniform and that Cor
poral McCunc wus so told
HKLIKVfM IT WILL HIILP I'NIONK
Leavenworth. Kun . De s Tom
L. Lewis, -president o' t'i t nlted
Mine Workeia of Amerba d
llvered an, Mhh here la' tugli'
declared tfcW ttM outcome of iu M-
Namara cas "wwxtd bo a grcai he-i
l orgunlxeif lftfcaar, Me expressed t.,e
opinion that ta'jasma bad been
duped, nd siisjajgiilMd that organised
labor throughoM tain country eon
tribute to (he af widows und
orphans of thu Y I flaw of the Los
Angeles Times ex
HURT WOOL PRICES
Head of Organization of Sheep
and Wool Men Declares
That Business Has Been
Bad During Fast Year,
(By ErVKla Herald A. P. leased Hire)
Omaha, Neti.. Dae. 8. ('During
the luat eighteen months the sheep
Industry bus nut been prosperous, for
during this period ngltutlnn us to tho
wool tariff has been co tlnuotis, re
sulting in Hi- serious depreciation of
wool prb-.-s. Not only have the
prlees Ih-hi uffccUd bti us neces
sarily follow, tho prises of sheep
have fallen trom It to $1.(0 n head
throughout iho oolintry. Thin At
ltrcclutli.il uii-hiih uh annual loss lo
Iho sheep Hrowom of tho country of
.Much wiih the statement today of
Frank I. Hooding, of nodding, Ida
ho, president or the National Wool
(1 rower association, which will hold
Its forty-eighth convention In Omnhu
oh December 14 to It,
The proposed tariff revision of
wool will be discussed In full lit the
meeting end the wool growers uf thu
United Slates nnd Canada wilt un
hesltatiiigt) put themselves on rec
ord for n higher tariff, according to
hih;i:p sh:x want
oivhn: at H.ir iAKi:
Salt IJiko ('Ity.lltah. Dee. . Utah
sheepmen. iarkl by wool growers
of Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming and Arl-
xonn, will make an effort to .have the
National Wool drnwers' association
establlrh permanent headquarters ut
Knit I-nke t'ltv Thu directors of the
Utah Wool (1 rowers' association an
nounced today that n largo delega
tion of sheepmen would nttoml tho
National Wool Orowerx' convention
nt Omaha, with Instructions tu press
the adoption uf a permanent head
Connivance" Caused One of
Men on Panel to Throw Up
His Hands Quickly.
(Hr r.watBR Herald A. P. Leased U'lrc)
Chicago, Dec. 8. Attorneys for tho
Chicago packers on trial for alleged
violation or the Hbermun uutl-lrust
law today demanded definitions ot
am r ils used In the Indictments when
they examined the tentative Jurors
selected by (he government.
The veniremen questlomt thus far
have been farmers ami' the questions
havo been directed toward forming a
basis for a challenge Hint the jurors
have not the necessary know ledge.
Clem Olson, n farmer,' was cximln
ed llrst. Ho hesitated ut defining
"competition, elimination, refrigera
tion,' (ind llko words, although de
claring, he know tho inclining of ull
Ha was excused.
"Intendment, untrammelled and
connivance' proved too much for
Oscar Hcott, u furmer and ho was
excused after udmlttlnR ho was un
able to deflnn (hem.
DOE RUNS AMUCK
Frightened Animal Is Driven
from Mountains by Storm
and Is Capture in a Barn:
Foresters Reowe Her.
(Hf EvcmJbsJ Herald A. V. leased Wire)
Pasadena, Cal., Dee. 8 - Htorm-
driven from the mountains, n doe
weighing about too pounds galloped
Ifrairticully through tho rushinnnme
Fair Oaks residence section of Pusa-s
dena today. A- eniwd of men and
liovs uursued tho creature ever lawns
through yards, jumping fences, und
finally into u stable, where it was
caught. Forest rangers were notified
and propose Inking the doe back to
IHKD AT.HIH MOTOIl WHKF.L.
Wichita, Kas., Dec. . Ilenjrttnln A
Murshull, it rent estate dealer. 61 years
old, died nt the sloerllig wheel or 111
motor car here this morning while
IcuvIiik for a trip to Mulvune. If a
Marshall's llfcles hands gripped the
steering wheol uud the car passed over
(he network of tracks ut the Hanta yy
railroad's gn.do crossing on Douftlan
nvenue. the city's main street.
H. 15. Osburn, who rode In the rear
et or Marshall car. observed (hat
Marshall's body was leaning on the
n' lnng wheel and thut the man was
nend Osborn stopped the enr is t
otlnled wllh a telephone pole,
BIG WORDS PROVE
TOO MUCH FOR
ERAL REYES IS
Secret Service Agents of Mex
ico Completely Baffled by
Sudden Disappearance of
SEARCHED FOR ARMS
No Trace of Guns or Muni
tions Was Found But Mexi
cans Ask That Boat Be Held
(Br K?f ata Herald A. 1'. Leasod Wlra)
Mexico, City, D'c. 8. Further mys
tery regurdlng the movements of (ion-
era, I (eyes hu been created by u
news report from Kan Antonio that
no had passed through' HI. Louis but
the belief ts still held that he Is In thu
Vicinity ot llrownsvltte, ns wus report,
ed by n secret agent of the Interior
Hmall uprisings tire reported from
tfan Martin. In the state of Tlexenhs
nnd also lit tho neighborhood of Thu,
ucan in me statu uf 1'ucbla us welt u
on (he Houthcrn border of Zacatccas.
To ull or thu) disturbances thu mill-
tury authorities are paying close at
tention. The situation In Yucutuu is
aid to havo Improved.
bTi-UMtiii ik kiiiu:iii:i
I'OH AHMH AND HtlPPLUW
New Orleans, Dee. S. 8oon uftori
the steamer Uurstan nud received
eleurunco papers today for Frontcra,
Mexico, ugenu of the Unltud Htatva
eustonwi uud secret service went along
side In n, government launch und a,
thoraugn search wns made for evi
dence of a llllbusterlng expedition to
Thu search revealed no traco ot
arms or ammunition, out It wus re
ported that the Mexican consul would.
Iilu a furmul complaint against thu
ic-anicr und delay Us departure untlf
lumorH regarding' ihliwiHt'of war
nupplles tieur the City can bo cleared
(ii:.Ni!ii.L iti:vi:s .may
tiO TO MOIllMJ
Mobile, Alabama, L"eoember 8.
Hubert Unyoii, Muxlcuii consul here.
today notlil.'d federal authorities Hut
(letivrul Heruurdo Iteyes muy cumu to
tnis port ubd askc that all vessels bo
It I reported that the Mississippi
Unit Cout belon lure is closely watch
ed by U'uuUlnytoii secret ngeitt who
urc Vuking tor the formation nt a 111-
Ibusur fxiiciiltlen ugulnst one if tro
18 IN MEXICO
Ban Aututilo, Texas, Doc. S. tt la
repotted huru this afternoon that (Jen.
Iloycs. accused of violating; wo neu
trality lawa, who disappeared from
tUin Antonio early this week, Ik In Ca
iuiirgo, Mexico. Mexican secret uurv-
leu ngcuts havu been hulk ins ucyus
tor two days nmt huvo boon close ou
his trail several times, it Is reporteit.
Catuurxo Is on thu National railway,
about 100 miles from llrownsvllie,
Texas. Tho dlstanco by airline to
thu American border, however, Is not
moro than 2D miles.
Iteyes was believed to havo been at
Mexican secret eorvlco men express
tho bellof that Iteyes Is !ieiullt)B for
his old habitation In tho mountains
near Uulcana In tho stuto of Ncuvu
CHAMP CLARK IS
ASKED FOR HELP
Tl Paso. Tcxits, Dec. 8. Juiirex of
Hclals found a case of dynuinlto In
tho river last night, supiKMed to havo
been dropped by lloylelas In attempt
1K In smuggle It Into Mexico.
Alleged Hoylslns now In tho i:i
Puso jail awaltliiK hearing on Iho
chntgo of conspiracy to violate Iho
neutrality laws. last night sent tele
grams appealing to Champ Clark,
speaker or the national house to help
them. Tho night beforo they sent an
uppeul to Heuutor LuFollottc Tho
leader of tho ban of disturbers at Sun
Andreas, Chihuahua, former llotitcn
am of Miu PhiicIiu Villa, has been ut
Misted by Chihuahua ruralcs with lour
hf his followers, uccorillutt to tele
grams received In J tin rex today.
Ills I'll LKT JOl'IINHY AT 7il.
Nevada, Mo., Dee. S.Joul Hmllh.
73 years old, who was born fn Cedar5
emint). left that county, today for tho
llrst ride on u railroad train. Ho
cniiu to Nevada to tuke a train to Ok.
Mmlth's longest journey formerly
was from his homo In Kldorariu
Kprlngs. six mites. Hmlth owns much
valuable land In Cedar county,
RUSSIAN WORKMEN DROWNED
(By KvtaJa Herat A, V, L4 Wlrsl
l Petersburg. Dee. 8.-lle
tweeii 160 and 200 workmen wero
today pluiiBed Into tin Volga rlv-
or tlirauth thu colUm'e of a rail-
rod UrlUgo near Knx, Tho
bridge, which waa hi course ot
cottsinictlou, was carried away
by tho pressuru of Ice. Only four
corpse thus far hftvo been rc-