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Populace and Army Alike
Threaten Revolution in
Event Government Treats
Witli Invading Christian.
SULTAN AWAITS DEATH
IN IMPERIAL PALACE
Bloody Massacre Beileved In
evitable in Event of Occupa
tion of Constantinople by
fir l.essrd Wire to terrains Herald
I'urlH, Nov. U 'Neiih-r 1 nor the
Kultnu will ever m tin lulon i'oiihIiuUI
llople. .My sovereign will awult death
In hla palace; I In my office," thun
Kluiull Puidui, (Irnnd Vlxlcr of Tur
key has uddrcMM'il the umhuesudor
of the power.
Klnuill I'umIui Informed the umlaut
HUdurx In Constantinople thul he
would maintain order there until tli"
end, and uecnrdiiii; to a dleputch to
the Matin todus. If, however, tlx
TurklHh capital ehould he occupied
by the Invuders, the arund Vizier de
olarcN thut he could not be oiiHWor
uhle'for what the exuHperutlou of tho
population mlKht lead to. AuylhlnK
thut might hanuen then would be
on the. conscience of Europe ho Huld.
Norndiinshlun Pushu, Turkish mln-
luter of foreign affulrn, In directing af
fairs wllli singular tenacity and do
votlon In spite of hlH 8& yearn. He
appears (o be Inflating new life Into
the population of tho Turklirti capital.
I'or elovrn dnys he htm not left hlu
office.' 'lie eilts there und sleeps
there throwing himself In the early
bourn of lite morning upon a military
bad In order to Niiatch u few hours
aeueral Mahiuoud Mukhtur I'uhIiu
wai sent by Nuzlin PuhIiii, the com
minder In chief to notify the Krand
vlxler that the TurklHh army would
not accept either mediation or Inter
vention. AccordliiK to u Hpeclal din
patch to the .loiirnai from foiiHluhtl
nople. the commander. In chief de
clared that If the Kovermueut did not
heed the wltdieK ol the army, the mil
dlora would come to CoiiHluhlluople
and cuitnonade the offlcea to prevent
dloburHoment of the empire.
The leaderH of the committee of
union and progreHH ulxo Informed tho
grand vliler that there would he n
terrible revolution unleHH the TurklHh
army continued to right till the luat
dltnh. An a result of this and tho ut
tltude of the army II Ih understood
Klamll 1'nnhu decided to abandon the
idea of anklliK the powers 10 Inter
WITH Tl'HKIHII lHAr.
HskUp, Nov. !. The battle which
reunited In the capture of the Turkish
city of 1'rlllp, (or I'erlepo) by the
Bervlnn troops was one of the inotit
severe Hint bus been fotiRht on this
elrte of the Balkan penlnHtilu. The
HervTons lent L'.r.oo killed and wound
ed While the Turks auffered 6,000 In
caNualtlen. The lurttlofleld Ih Mill
covered with corpses.
Owing to the broken nature of the
country ami the poor railroad com
munlcatlon, Hie member! of the red
irons society are encountering the
greatest difficulty in dealing with the
The fall of the TurklHh stronghold
of Munuxtlr. which In now being ut-
tuoked by Borvlnn and (Ireek column
In expected hourly.
II LAM EH YOUNU Tl'ItKK
. VOH IlKCADKM'i: OP AH. MY,
Pari. Nov. 9. ahazl Ahmet Muk
tar, Pasha, the veteran victor of Kara
In tho itusso-Turklsh wur of 1877,
and a former grand vizier explnlned
the Turkish defeats Uiuh:
"Tho Turks have ruined all our
army. The former part of the offlc
ere came from the rankH and the re
mainder from the military schools,
The young Turks did not like that
system, They begun by pensioning
or finding other nituatloiiH for the
men who hud.rlntjn from the rank
and replacing them by youngHtera
from the military ucademy. During
three yearn about 1600 joined In thl
way, but all of them wero too young
"Our battullona of Infantry, which
are 800 utrong, had only aeven offic
era each at the outbreuk or tho war
where In the pant they had uHvuyn
itbctetn or evetiteen. Wh'it coulJ
viiU exouct our brave noldlem to do
Without, officers und without food,
for Wa have no commlMury depart
mht.VTbfy could do only one thing.
thiy , fled."
0rtJw ' IN TOKKIHII WATKHfl
WalU. Nov. t. The Orltlah battle
(flAT.lUuern'n. Britannia Common
wuiKk 'flhd Lvimlnloii and th crul
0r''Mck Prince left here today for
iMxwm,. Thy aMit4 wiuaa
U'llOPUAN NATIONS IX
TWO DISTINCT CAMPfi.
London, No . Though the end
of tho Dolknn war upparntly is In
sight, n greater .lancer thm It thrttt'
tened Kuropo today. Hie powers
forming the ttlpl ulilunci MUrnmny,
Austria-Hungary nnd Itnly) mid those
composing trtfi 'triple rnteut--. tl'-un.'e
Oreut Urltatn and Ilusudu) mo divid
ed Into two distinct camps im to the
pulley to be followed when pence be
tween Turkey und the llolkuti nlltm
bun been brought about.
Absolutely lonnrlnK tin I h rent of
Austria Hungary that she will nm tc-l-
rate the Servian occupation of .I
banlu or of n port on tin Adriatic sen.
litis Peter's urmlee continue their
advance, through the country they
v. ere practically forhlddcn u. ( tiler.
At he iih, Nov. !. The tupltUlotioil
if the Turkish forlreHM cf Huloulkl.
an well an con tturnniirnni, v.iw
Igmul Innl night, according to an r.f-
Ilclal dlKpatch rciciviit hy KitiK
OenlK Of Oreei'H. Tv cllty-f Ive tin Ui-
ami of Turkish troops surrendered.
AM. r fONHT.NTIN)PI,i:
in:ri:.Nsiyi mattkh ov houhk.
Vienna. Nov. U. The llulgarlun.i
are now attacKiiiK wiin an ineir,
HtreiiKth the remalnlUK TurklHh
Hltlonx about TohatuIJa and the
if thene vltul Turklnh ilefenHCH In
front of ConHtuntlnople Ih milv a mat
er of hourn, uccoidlnK toduy'a
llHpatcheH from the Iteli-ltHpimt'H cor-
The Utilitarian third ann ban )en
tratcd far Into the forent region to
he Niiuth of Derkea Lake, prepurn-
ory to the advance on i-oiiHianuno-
pie, while the firm army Is engaged
agalnHt the main TurklHh position
iHl of Tchalalja. Thin poHltlon W
not yet compltueiy ptcrceii, nut tne
ml of the TurklHh rcMlMinicc appearH
o In- in hIrIu. i
Ki:itl()i:s DIKOHDKHK '
ltKPOnl'Kl) IN t'APITAIi. ,
ParlK. Nov. . HerlottH dlnordere
ure reported to nave nroKcn out in i
CoiiHtantlnopIo where Kurd nhldlerH
ure killing L'hrlHtlutiH in the Qulata
(luarter, according to a Hpeclal din-
putch from UucbarcHt, Huinuulu, pun
IIMied by the 1'urin Midi under re
nerve. Home nulldlngH of the TurkUh '
capital are nald to have been aet on
fire. The bunka und forelBti emhue-
elvH are giutded by detuchmeulH of
rurkleh troop" who ore ut 111 obedient
OUTHU FORTH AT
ADniANOPLE FA IjI.
Mnfla. Iluluurlu. Nov. 9. The Util-1
garluu urmy hexleglng Adrlanople lo-
day raptured KartHlepo und Pupat-,
tepe two of the outer lines of the forlBt
defending the city after u denpernte
artillery duet. The Uulgi.rlan troop
suffered u lurne number of cuhiiuitltfl.
nAIiKAN KTATKS TO
ni.tcnt. TIUPI.E ALLIANCE
Uelgrude, Servla, Nov. 9. 'Th
league of the linlkaii natlonn In utterly
ppOHed to making Albania an union
iinutie Htate us desired by i lermunjr.
AiiHtrla-llungari and Italy," nab) i
Premier Pacliln h of Servla today.
he premier laid emphuHlH on the
fact that the ullleil Hulkun ntate
...,...i,l i,r.n., .... .11 ..una.
tlonx. He declared they demanded!
the cnniplete dlHuppearuuco Of the t
Muverelgnty of the sultan from east
ern Turkey and tho dlvltilon of tha
territory among the vlctorloua nutlonn
belonging to the liulkun league,
I'lio partition of Turkish terillory,
he mi lil, had ulreaily been urrnhged
along broad w by the utile, tho
only rptcHitotiH left open for dlHOURBlon
being those relatliu; to the itenllny o
ConHtuntlnople, Salonlkl und the Dur
danellen. The fate of ConHtuntlnople and (ha
Dardanelles, Kuld tho premier, would
be left to the decision or the Rum
pciiu powcrH. Ah for Hulonlkl, how
ever, the iiaikan aiuua nan not yet
reached uti agreement an to who wui
to huse It.
OTTOMAN AUMV AT
adhianopm: stim, uAm
Cotihtaiitlnople, Nov. U.Tho Turk
lHh garrison of Adrlunople claim to
have Inflicted a Htivere defeat mi tho
UulKurlanH.ln a. two duya' battle oil
the west front of the fortrcM In the
vicinity "f MuruH.
An ot fliiul report duled Novemucr
S han been received from tho civil
governor of Adrlunople, In which ha
aye the buttle begun ut 8 o'clock on
the morning of November 7 and cohi
tlnued without cessation eleven hour,
After a hair hour fighting wa re
newed with vigor and hinted all night
and the whole of the next day until
nightfall of November 8.
Tho TurklHh report saya tho TurK
lh troopa attacked with fixed buy-
onets und compelled the Uulgarlklii
to retreut In disorder, leaving ievera1
hundred rifles und a quantity of am
munition on the fluid.
All along the weitern front tht
report continue, the TurklHh Runa
have Mllenced the liulgarlan batlerle.
while on tho niuthern front the iiul
gorlanv. after euttalnlng heavy lone
near Mount Kurtul, wero driven to
the wert of tlwt hill.
Tho report conclude: Y
"Thin bloody battle, tailing thirty
alx hours, will go down as one of tit
moat brilliant fen (a of armu In Otto
AWmtlA SI5SDH AJUfV
TO 8KHVIAN FllONTllCR
Paris, Nov. 9. Austria Is sending
to tha provinces of Bosnia and IlaiO'
govlna, orin other words toward the
Servian frontier, eighteen bnttallcm
drawn from the fourth and cljrMh
army corps, according to tho dctfrs
spondont at Uelifrndo of the
who aayn he has obtained tkti ifi
tormatko from a reliable gonros.
U la beileved at tho flervlsn eAl
tha cdrrspcMnt nay, tht StitsMa
find phbbiy other $ow,r wHt'lii
two hour of the receipt
from I ho lirltlsh ndmlrult.v.
AUtj;iA M kf UMr&ttV 4 '
PLENTY OF ADVICE
Newspapers and Prominent
Citizens Spare No Pains to
See That President-Elect
Starts Off Right
SOME QUEER REASONING
INCLUDED IN BUNCK
fltr Iaied Wire to nrrntnK !Trld1
Princeton. Nov. d "Very imeful
and linporlaut Indeed" waa llu coin
mont which Prcmilent-elet l Woodrow
Wilson made tnilav on tho arrav of
"'oriuie, Muieiue ma unit ueciani-
" v" ieiun neiu
i'oi'iihmcii in variotiH newnpapern ail
Nocaliiig or opposing an extra hchhIoii
of cnugreHH to revlne the tariff.
"Are you going to take all theee
cllpplngH with you on your vacation V"
be was imkud.
"Oh, no." replied the governor.
"I've read tlieiu alrcrid. The newa
paper certainly arn helping me in my
The attention nf tlio preHldeut-clect
wan called to an argument In an edi
torial that IntiHiutich iih lie hail not ro
celved a majorlt.v of the popular vote
and that .luce both the Itcpiilillcau
and I'logrcHHhc pattleH laxnred a iiol
Icy of protection, thcrctorc the conn-
try had oted lgnliiHl tariff ie Isloll.
"Tliat'H iieer reaHnnlng. remarked
Mr. WIIhoii. "Tliey overlook tho fact
tliat many Hlate leglHlaturcH went
neuincratic. which mcanx Democratic
eiaitorH anil llkewlne thut there were
u great number of Democratic con-
GUNMEN MAY ENTER
PLEAS OF GUILTY
Attorneys for New York Des
peradoes Deny Intention on
Part of Clients to Acknow
VTVV. TTTTJ ftPQ QT.mTPV.Tt
XUlv aXUCioiXi,JaJtlj XXvXiJLi
By laard Wire to ICvenUg Herald
Now York, Nov. n, ItumotH were
perelHtenl In and about the criminal
cotirlN building today that tho four
Kiinnten Indicted for Hhootlng dowir
Herman ItoHenthal, dcHlred to with
draw their pleiiM of not gullly and en
ter pirns uf uilll'iler ill the second di
(tree. Tlielr counsel denied, bowover,
any sudi move was contemplatcil anil
Jipitri' t Attorney Whitman would
tutikx no comment. The prisoner
IheuiKclveH, "l-fly l.oulc," Whltey
Iwm, Dago frank and Hyp the blond
had nothing to nay.
Tliero wiih no court sdhxIoii today.
Tho selection of the Jurors, live of
whom had been chosen yesterday, will
be rcHiiuied Monday.
Warned to Leave by Husband
of Family Luokless Man Is
Mortally Wounded by Mis
tress of House.
(Mr Leased Wire (a BvsaJag Uaralsl
Orund Junction, Colo,, Nov. .
Joseph Wulers wus nhot und-probably
fatuity wounded this morning by Mrs.
Ienu Itehktigtor at the nebkubler
home near this city, Waters says ho
begun living with tho family about
five yeurt ugo in Cripple Creek nnd
cuine with them to (Irnnd Junction
two yeurn ugo, Yesterday nt-cordlng
to his story, Chris Kehkuglcr told him
thut his wife und Waters must avoid
euch other's company. Waters suld
lie was packing his grip this morning
when Mrs. Itohkuglcr entered tha
room, drew a rovolver and II red five
shots, three taking effect. Wolers Is
In the hospital here.
STRANDED LINEE IN
By Leesad Wire im NrealnsT Herat AT
Quelieo, Nov, 9, Tho liner Iloyal
aeorge, stranded since Wednesday
flight on the rocks of the St. Lawrence,
wan taking water fast today and It
imay be ImpoMlblo to save her. To-
qey, it is nenevcu 1110 remaiaaar 01
ttte cargo will have been UVen off
and another affort Ao float her wilt baf
Crystal Theater Packed With
Youngsters to See Moving
Pictures Free This After
noon. OFFICE BESIEGED WITH
Do kldft.lllro nioMiiit pictures?
Tho best answer ( tliiaouestlou wan
the Jam of youngster?! which crowded
tli" Crystal theater tiilM afternoon for
tho HRHAIAVH Kreo Ohlldron'e Mat
inee. The olnce was fairly nllvo with
them, 1,000 tickets having been given
away to the urchins thm morning ut
the Hornld ofllco so quick that they
seemed to smoke going over the coun
ter. Tho boy and girts commenced to
cotuo yesterday afternoon and thin
morning at 7:30 they wore wedging
Into thti Herald otllco In drove. At
eleven o'clock the. seating capacity
limit woe reached and tho little ones
ha-, to bo turned away which wi(h a
good deal harder to do than to tako
"candy from children." It won too
one drawback to the fun hut tho
theater couldn't be stretched and the
HICHAM) wanted every kid to hmo
a seal. a
They began to arrive at the Crystal
at I o'clock and from that time until
the theater opened at 3 they utmost
blocked tho street.
And did they enjoy It?
It wu the .greatest night you ever
saw lu your lire. Tho pictures wero
specially adapted to entertain child
ren and It was tho greatest clrcue on
earth to watch them. They giggled
ami gurgled and roared and whooped.
Tlie picture, especially "Hunter und
the aypslcn," and "The Mnglo Wand"
were or tho kind that make a strong
appeal to the youhtrul Imagination
and they enjoyed uvcry mlnuto of tho
hiioiv. To Buy that the IU5KA&D en
joyed giving the kids (ho good llmo Is
putting It mildly.
We are ndWrrv air wo can bo that
some of (he llttlo folks had to bo turn
ed uwny und promlHo them that ono of
these ilaH the IIKItAI.D Will glVa
iheui another sliow.
The bent putt of the matlniie today
wan that uiohI of tlic klila nero little
hoyx and girln whose mammaa and
pupun don't often huvo dimes to give
them to gn to picture shown and It
vvii ii red letter dav Mr them.
Alauagei .Sherman of tho 'rysiul
took good euro of tho youngsters, and
Hie perlurmatico was u hiiccchn lu
.Iiihi to add the llnlHlihiK touch C. O
CuHhmun oi the K. I WoHhbiirn com
pany gave every kid u whistle, adver
tising the Washburn ntorn and the
noise they made iih they Jostled and
packed around the door of the Crystal
wiih something deafening.
Gentleman from Washingto i
Declares He Will Line Up
With Progressives ut Open
ing of Session,
fny l.raanl Wire to Kvenlns lleratdl
HpiiHaiui. Wash., Nov. 7. -That thu
Itep'ioiieim party cannot longer count
on Senator Miles Pnlndextur of Wash
ington, ivhciiicr that party Iiiih a ma-
Joriu in 1 lie senate, wiih his own
statement hero today.
"I inn for congre nnd the senate
as a progressiva rtepubllcun," Honator
l'olude.xter said, "1 Hiipposo now
shull leave off tho lust word. It Is my
Intention to start thu next session of
congress iih a member of the Progres
sive party. I declined to caucus with
the Hupubllcuns when they were
strong and I fall to see why I should
do ho when they aro weak.
Heuator I'lilndextar'ti etutnineut was
iiimiIo lu answer to a query an to whom
he would support for president pro
tempore of till) senuto when congress
convenes In llccember, .
TWO SLAULXN RACE
OUTBREAK IN TEXAS
fBr Leased Wff U' fc-eaU Htrsldl
jcort Hlocklon, Texas, Nov, 9. Tho
fact that Ibis town tin tho onlv sa
loon' In a radltta o'ttnaarly u hundred
miles bus raitso d Moxlcan-Amorlcan
race outbreak, TP Mexicans were
killed nnd three wounded last night,
nnd today all Americana are armed,
with 11 patrol Witihlrjg all tho streeU.
Munn MRkesi' Htalement-
WahlnBton'JKf:Wt-It cost Con
gressmun JamajRt5Mann of Illinois;
minority leadwretttfha house. $2,464
to ho elected iKTlN(4S(1y, occordlnr
to a report ha Mgwtt filed with tho
raw m ma hv
Deolares Hookin, Present Sec
retary of Ironworkers'
Union, Induced Him to En
ter Wrecking Business,
TELLS OF EXPERIENCE
AS HIRED DESTROYER
Or leased Wire to r.vmtu llvreldl
Indianapolis, N'uv. !i I'm in,, nrnl
lime lu public Hlllei- hei .hi.mI nllli'
tcen uinuilm ao, (nil, MoManigui m.
luted at the trial r t.ie ncused
"bomb plotter" today Ids experience
as a hired dynumltci.
'inn coiiresHed accomplice or the 1
.Me.Vamurii brothers, iih a government
witness directly accused Herbert . I
llockln, now Internutioiiul secretary of
Hie AhdocIuIIoii of llrldKo and .struc
tural lronwo-k-. rs, or Inducing him to
do dynamiting under pay of the union. 1
Ho said ltockln bud threatened to
boycott him from every Job If ho ic
fused to accept the dynamiting com
mission. McMunlgut toid how for morn than
rour ycura ho cuiihciI explosions ubotit
tho country ugulnnl employers of non.
At tho outset, .Mc.MunlKUl assorted,
ho attempted to protect tho Uvea of
peoplo whenever netting oft u bomb.
At his ilrsi joh in Detroit, Juno 25,
inn;, im told of pushing a garbage
barrel against tho reur door of a res
taurant ho tho people would not run
uut and bo Injured or killed by un
explosion acroKs an ultay.
"I hail been 11 member of tho Iron
workorn' union since IU03," raid Mc
Manlgal. "lu June, 1007, llockln
came to me while I wiin working on
thu Kurd building In Detroit und Hald
the executive board of tho union hud
decided to clcun out tho open shop
ooucornH und that 1 wus (ho mnii to do
Yott tmed In work In n stone
quarry und you know how to uh ex
plosive, he nald. 'You'll ho paid by
"I protested: but he told mo (bat If
I didn't do iih tho executive bourd said
ho'd hc that 1 was boycotted agaluHt
RcttlUK a Job, ho I dually consented.
1 went to the Mono quarry of my
uncle, William Helm, at liloomvlllo,
Ohio, Juno 22 and brought back to
Detroit, In a mill, cuec, 3fi paunils of
dMiamlte, some rusea nnd caps.
I told llockln I had the dynamlli
lu my loom, llo nald:
'All right. Vou've .gone 1 IiIh far
and you hud hotter pull oir the Job
between I and 2 a. in. In the morn
"In my room I prepared threo
boinbrt, each with fifty feel of lose.
I then went back to tho Knrd build
ing and waited In tho alley to see If
1 hero wero any pollen about, feeing
none, I put one bomb In the firebox
d the boiler In tho building under
conntructioii, another In an air com
pressor and n third uuur tho cylinder.
Joining the ends of (he ruse at ono
point 1 lit all of them. They were
llxi d In l;i off ut I 11 in. It wiih then
lu p. III.
"I again looked aboul the alley. I
noticed a kitchen door at the rear
if a icHtauritnt opened on the alley
opposite where the holuhs were, and
thinking hoiiio people might run mil
at (be first explosion and be Injured
by Hie second or third, I shut the
door and Jammed a barrel of garbage
UKalliHt it. Then I went to my loom
und waited to hear the noise
"It caiiin about I o'cloclt. I.nler I
heard tho iicwhIiojh lulling "Kxir.i1"
It reminded me 1 idlll bad some ex
pIohIvch In my room. What should I
(III With lllClll I lllllll't rule to go
out with 11 package. Thai would ux
cllii suspicion. Ho I tuok what dyna
mite f had left to the bath room and
cutting It into small pieces flushed i
"Did you sen Hookin the next
day"" asked District Attorney Miller.
"Ych; lie (laid me III) for expenses
to liloonivlllc. Me mild I would be
fully compensated fur my work, us
the executive buiiril hut! set aside a
certain amount for euch Job, but, he
suld, I must keep ut II. He suld I
would receive IILTi for a Job at find
nnd I was In send a newspaper ac
count of each explvxlon ho he could
get tho money from the International
inlon. The clipping wiih a kind of
u certificate that the explosion had
"Thinking the police were watching
me, ns it was my first explosion."
continued MoManlgal, "I decided to
leave Detroit. I Wanted to woik ami
for them to let mo alone, but llockln
kept ufter mo, saying: 'We've gol the
goods on you now und yuu have o
keep at It, for we aro going to cleuu
out the National Hreoto.V associa
tion.' "I went to Chicago and worked
there. Tho next February Huokln
1'iiine In my house In flouth Hangumun
street and said ho had n Job for me
ut Clinton, Iowa,
"I went to Clinton. It was n dou
ble truck railroad bridge across the
M'.islsslppl river. I pulled off tho
Job pretty much m tho same way a
tho othur one, placing thirty sticks
of dynumlte ut various places, one
lot of dynamite fulled to go oft on
account of being rroxen. When 1 saw
Hookin ugaln he looked greatly wnr-
fUd, explaining they had (Viutnl tha
iff oy.nraiiQ ana m arreitoq a
man. Ife thought It wne me and wa
afraid I would tell.
"llo paid my expanses and said ha
would see I was pntd for my work,
Later I was told to go to union
headquarters In Chicago.
"When I got there lllchard It.
Houlihan, financial secretary of a
local uu'on, handed me nu envelope
eoiitaitiing $105, uddlng a friend had
left it for me.
"Hockin Mild he wan going n keep
tne pretty husy nfler that and be wa
going to Murrain, N, Y lo look over
a Job und when I got a telegram
signed Ping or 'Clark' I was to come.
A few ilaya Inter I got n telegram say
ing. 'Meet mo In Huffalo und make
It henvv.' meaning make the charge
heavv The expronlnn occurred In
Murrain July l."
MeManlgal testified he met Prank
M. It.vaii, president of the union, be
fon. dvuamlte was talked about
Chester Krum, Ht. Louis, for tho
defense objected to McManlgul'H teili
inony on the ground that his record a
11 defendant who hnd confessed made
hlin Incompetent. Tho objection was
o en ill, d
JAIL CELL; WHITE
Inmntes of Chicago Bastile
Object Beoause Pugilist Was
Not Thrust Into Quarter
Reserved for Negroes.
DUSKY CHAMPION WEEPB
WHEN HE IS MANACLED
nr Leaaeit Wlra (o IBrtnlast BsrsMl
Chicago, Nov. 4, Ilecuuso Jaclo
jontiHon, indicted under tho Mann
law. wan not placed In tho nogro sec
tion or cells, white prlsonorn at the)
county jail today caused disorder thut
oniy thu stuol burs prevented from!
uecomiug mutiny, and forced tho
Jailer to remove tho puglllai from tho
whit, 1 dupurtumnt.
No longer is Johnson's "goldsn.
ins nurd, losing fight, wavadt
throughout nu afternoon and evcnlnB
session or Judge Uuidls' court deject
ed him greatly. An hn left tho fed
eral building lust night, handcuffed to
Deputy Marshal Kdward Northup
arter a fiuilo pica not lo have his
wrist meiiaclud, his shoulders wore)
stooped and hla head hung down, He
In the course of hla extended batttn
for bond, Johnson shed tears, plead
ed, offered cash bond In almoi, avatar
amuum unit employed two uttornoys,
David Huckruch and ISdwurd Atorrls,
In 1111 elTori to obtain bin release.
Threo prospective boudsmon failed to
qualify, ami ono of thorn, Albert
Joiicm, wiih sent to Jul I ufter ho hud
fulled to obtain a bond of (10,000 far
his appearance lu court next Monday
to answer a charge or contempt whlolj
mm ioiikcu agiuimi nun ny inn court
when ho uttempted to schedule prop
erty Huld lo belong lo hla wife. Tony
Mann, another prospective bondsman,
wan ordered out of court hucnuin hei
gave niiHweiH to qucHtlnriH which the
court comilderml unltiithful.
"tllvo cumIi I10111I lu any amount but
for goodne.'m sake keep mo out of
Jail," Johnson pleaded with Ills uttor
Ilotlk District Attorney Wllkurson
and Juilgo UuhIIh lufiiKid to coiihIiIoP
a ciihIi bond.
"An iinpaialleliMl attempt to swln
die I hlH court hy ofTerlliK UliqiUllllleil
hoiidsmeii ban been made," HiiliL
Jiidgii l.amliH. "I will not consider 11
IHMrki Atlnrmy WllkerHon Hald ho
intended tn pul .lohiiHon on trial as
sunn 1111 possible.
Mr. WllUcrson m;i Id he understood
that Johnson Intended to leave this
country on November 3D If he obtain
ed Ills release. Tho crime With wblcU
Johnson is charged In not extradltuble,
Alter jobiiHou learned thut only
surety by property owners would be
uccopted ho niiide a plaintive plea fan
nil extension of lime. First ho usked
that he be permitted tu present new
botnlsmen ut a night hoshIoii which
tho court wua holding lust night far
tho consideration of another case,
Having failed to obtain hla release at
thu night session, hit attorneys sought
to have thu time extended,
At the Jail door Kdward D. WlegU,
a newspaper photographer, uttempted
to toko it llnsbllght picture of John-
hoii uud im pugitiHt iinocuou mm
down with 11 heavy cune,
"You can t tako a ploturo or me,"
Deputy mursluiM interfered und
Johnson mum hurried Into the jail.
"1 want 11 doxcii candles so I can
huvo more light, a box of cigars and
a cuse or champaign," Johnson de
"You can't have them," ho was told,
"You're not as uccommodolln as
they were In Han Francisco,'' Johnson
replied, "1 got everything I wanted
vnieU Win Vrnm Country Ilalt,
i'hlludelphla, Nov, 9. -Cornell won.
tho annual dual cross-country run
from 1'ennsyivanla by tne score of il
to i. The race was a qunrter rnlUa
through PAlrmont park, and John
... a a a.
rnui jones, tne inairmuai winner,
oovorod. the distance In 97 minutes.
ti seconds, estubllshlnir a new record
for the course, The formef time wm
7;tv. mudo strna 01 vorntti 1
Mill DEBT IS
State Locn Commission, AfteJl
Three Days Session Eeaohei
Settlement With Bird &
Coler of New York. j j
STATE TO ISSUE BONDS '
TO SUM OP $1,125,000.
lifting of long Standing; JUtf.'
road Debt of Santa XV)
Grant Counties Firmly If
tablishes Credit of Stute
Following n throe daya session at
the state loan commission la Santa!.
on Monday, Tuesday and Wodnaaday,
(luting which a careful canvass) -y4
mnde of the ancient railroad ljoad la
drblsdness of Santa Po and Orinfr
counties, tho oommlislon Testerdcyi
reached n. settlement with Blrtl &t
Color of Now York, representld thej
nonohoiucrs, upon tho basla of S,SSBi
Htntu bonds for ll.12B.000.oa will bU
sold on Decembtr HUi. at tit flk
of the state treaurr la fltBto VaV,
lifting tho burden wfelok ku ium
shadowed tho two countlM for years)
-mi which naa seriously aneatol us
credit of tho state. ,
1110 loan commuaion, conslHlng pF
tho state uudltor. state treasurer amal'
attorney general, reaohsd tha Mt(la
mem with -ilr. CV.er and tha InUrroU
he represent upon tha tMuO prevjdsdi
in 1 ue cnamiRg act, ins Mat ceiwl
tutlon and tho Met of tfea trot flat.
tegisiatura. The entMlM act aAr 1
a direct grant or 1,0$9,M am a
land to provide for th jawwt..a
Hantu Wo arid Qraht catiaty raHireaA
bunaaAaak ayitaa laAeaty
Under tho' terms of the act of the
le glslatura authoring tM laawncs at!
tho bonds tho Itsua (s to Mid at
par lo tho person or firm bidding the
lowest rate of Interest. This la said
to be a radical departure from tha
usual custom, which la for the atata
to fix the Interest rata and tho bidder
to offer a premium on the Issue.
iiiDDiNu yon DOSXM IH
TilKKLY TO BE3 AOTffVK
Hialu Treasuror O. N. Matron Whoi
returned front Hantu Fa yesterday, has
pluced ttdvertlnomonta of the sale oB
bonds lu Now York, Boston, Cleveland.
Chlcugo und other financial cantor.
and It Is expected that tho toiddlB
will bo uctlve. Tho story of the B4a-'
ta Ko und Qrant county railroad tfe.dd
which navo been hanging like a couq
over the two counties and thoAtatef
for nearly thirty years, Is very Tamil
lar to every New Mexican and Is walk
known throughout the financial world.
Issued originally to secure construc
tion of rallraadH Into Mania Fe andt.
Silver city, the bonds were repudiated,
declared Invalid by the United Htatta
mipremo court nnd lutor validated by
uct of congress. Grant county paid
tho Interest an Its bonds, but Hanta K
county never paid Interest nnd as a
result tho burden or that county had
become enormous, Tho payment of
the debt will be a boon to both ooun
tles and lifts the last vestige of a cloudj
from tho credit of tl)o state.
COM3H fUYS OIUiDIT OP
NI0W 9IBXICO IB KifTAJJIitfiaiEB
11 1 id ,S. Coler, of the banking houaa
of Oiler and company, Now York, the
principal holders of the bonds, and
who han been the principal In the ne
gotiations looking to a settlement, ar
rived In AlbUQUoraue last night and la
Hpondlng the day here calling on
friends und seeing Albuquerque, Mr,
(.'oler expects to remain In Now Mex
ico until tha Anal sale of the bonds
uud the closing of the mutter,
"A settlement bus boon ugroed up
on by tho stato loan commission,"
mild Mr. Oolsr to tho Herald thlo
morning, "on the basis of the fauna o9
a1.1a6.000 of stato bontta. 'wiping out
thla ndebtdn and closing 4be tn
cldsnt. The bond .will ha aold eft
December lth. I tliev that all 05
us who are Interested In New Mexico!
uud Its projrcM'and development a;
ufford to oewcratuUt8.,erfrBrKi adt
tho state upoh the tlnej wiping out1 OC
this lndebtedncM, New Mexico bag
enormous rraouroea and the develop,
nient of thos resources meaag. tro!H
perlty for us au sua tna ouiiauv oc
a great oommqnweaun re. t
payment of thU Indebtednas, jm
vldod ror by the grant 'of Una 1 tm
enabling net, the pwvlla thei
atitution and of the. atato legteUtsra,'
places New 10x100 on bjv iw pw- -. .,
ins with tha moot Mosperoua iHMW
thu union, in m, wr a Bute rm
la copoewoa, fiyeo taw wHev,,
f redlt basla which to ftbeulateJy
nnd It maona an eBomaaa teweawa
eonndence la nsattewi, oiwya
Mevteo od4 tun, far iMHm,wmmmm,
Thero Is MkUm. no4t.'
vein ferwaiNt 9t It iMWm ( lAa'IMA.
no itata.ft, ttp mm HMjlAim
a brighter lumre or ote wior cepsr
mora fully aawraeV' . t .Mi
Mr. coler Vftia one of the
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