'vrw"i ii . in i i iiuiiii
i ii) hi i M i Jp I
fUhtmnef que fflroinQ
TODAIPB jnSWI TODATT-
Tott get It in tk 11KHALO.
ktof Cents a month or 11 cents
A week dctltrred at jronr (loorj
mora day to
shop; and tkaVf
a hoodoo m'
ftftjr fcnU by mall.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, "jgftPAY, DECEMBER 0, 1912.
VoL at No. ae.
UNION FUNDS USED
10 PAY FINES Of
Atsaults Committed During
Ironworkers' Strike in New
York Investigated By Gov
WITNESS DENIES ALL
JOWLEDGE OF VIOLENCE
By Leaned Wire to Evening Herald
Indianapolis, Intl., Dec. 9. Assnults
committed during the Ironworkers'
strike wore Investigated by the gov
ernment In the croMcxumlniitlun of
Patrick F. Furred, New York, u lc-
fendant itt the "dynamite conspiracy"
Out or $10,000 contributed liy I ho
Intcrnutluiinl union to sustain the
strike In NVu Vork. fnrrcll admitted
hn furnished bond for und paid tho
fines of unton men. fllxty nsHitulta In
190C, In which bottles of iiinmonlii
and revolvers were used us wonpons,
and In which one man was thrown
In the river and n pollccinnn who had
attempted to itiicll i riot wun killed,
were charged by the government hh
being a purt of u "reign of terror"
which preceded u general use of dy
namite. The utrlke never linn been
Farrell In charged, nn nn executive
bourd member of the International
union, with appropriating money to
enuhln J. J. McNumnra to maintain ft
Asked about the w reek" of n draw
bridge at Pclhum. .V. V.. In Febru
ary, 1 908. when the draw fell Into the
buy, Furred suld he hud written Mc
Numuru that "the high wind" had
blown the work down.
"Wan 'the high wind' n term used
to drslguutc ileprcdutloiiR against non
union work" nuked Jumci W. Uoel,
for the government.
"It wuh not. Wo believed the Pel
ham job fell apart bocuute of Incom
petent workmen," nald Farrell.
Farrell bald he knew funds of the
union were cxticndert for whlh no
i$CUntlng was made; .but he, dd not
Know wnui mo money wun spent lor.
He denied all knowledge of McNtt-
mara's purchase of explosives.
Frank J. Mm-ph, Detroit, a former
Ironworkers' business agent, was the
tenth defendant to testify.
Mutph whs i hurxed with "trying
to llnd out" how much u witness knew
of alleged plots to blow Up non-union
work In Detroit rtle R. McManlgal
confessed that In 1910, under order
or Herbert S Hockln. he took u suit
chko lllled tilth nitroglycerin to De
troit, but I hut the orders were sud
denly called off. other witnesses tes
tified thut Charles Wachtmelstor had
received linn from Hlrman Kline or
tho carpenters' union, as the carpen
ters' share or the cxpnnves for explo
sions. Robert is. M. Itnss came from Ha
waii to testify that Wuuhtmclstcr be
came Intoxicated and "talked ho much
that the proponed explosions were
called off.'' iiml that Murphy and
Clarence K. Uowd, now of llochcstcr,
N. V.. mil Itoss to find out whut ho
knew of the plui.
Murphy denied In ever hud talked
to Howi and asserted thut he knew
nothing of proponed explosions to
unionize various trades In Detroit.
It was In Detroit that James II.
MeNainsr.i and McManlgal were ar
rested soon after they arrived In
April, l!Hl. to cause flvo explosions
"Did iu ever talk to Ii. A. Noel
of the Ironworkers' union about using
nitroglycerin In Detroit?" asked Hen-
jr J. W. Kern.
''None of tlx' union oltlclnls ho far
an I know ever talked of explosives."
MurPhi wus passed by the govern
ment without cross examination.
WHchtmelster next testified.
.,"Dld Cllne ever give you I too?"
Hed Senator Kern.
"He never did," said Wauhtmutster,
"Did you ever arrange with Cllne
for blowing up buildings In Detroit or
for buying explosives'."
"I never did."
The witness iiImo denied meeting J.
II. McNumuru and telling him there
was too much "talk" to cause explo
sions In Detroit.
GOVERNMENT ASKED TO
Br Leased Wire to Er cuius Herald
Washington, Dec P.-A general
congressional Investigation of the cun
ning Industry of the country was pro
posed In a resolution today by Repre
sentative Allen of Ohio. Tho resolu
tion oeta forth thHt conditions In cer
tain canneries uru "llltliy," thut dis
eased workera ure employed In these
particular canneries und also tnat
women and young children are em
ployed under adverse conditions.
LOST MILLIONS TXYXNG
TO BUCK STEEL TRUST
ill Leojwd WIm to 1CJiIlMr Heiwld
Chicago, Dec. 9.F. A. Umstcud,
who dreamed or a slaantlc steal com
bine to compete with ths United
States steel corporation and thsrobyl
Incurred obligations uwregsdnir tSr
'Ut.OOo wrI discharged In bankruptcy
n? th United States dltnct court to
IN GOLD AWAITS
Federal Laws Prevent Ex
traction of Vast Fortunes in
Old Hydraulic Workings iu
(Ily Leaied Win. la Rvaala Herald
Kiwi Francisco, Deo. !. How shrill
MUO, nun. Odd tied up by the federal
debris laws in tho abandoned hv
draullc mines or California be opened
to exploitation" This in one of the
most Interesting iiucstlons before the
Cullfornlu Mlneis' convention, which
met here toda) for u three days' scs
Hlon with delegates in attendance
from AlaHka. Nevada, Colorado and
other mining states of the wefft.
Hocnuse of the enormous damage
dune to fertile lunds and navigable
rlwrH b the wash rrom hydraulic
workings, their operation on the old
wholesale ai'ale was prohibited years
ago and gold in sight cstlmulcd to
lie worth I too.Ouo.ooo. but not worm
the cost or extracting in any other
wa, has Hlmo lain untouched.
Quarantine Regulations In
voked By Federal Authori
ties to Abolish Institution
From Railroad Trains.
Dy Leased Wire to UtenliiK Herald
Washington, Dec. The common
towel was ordered abolished from
railroad ears, vessela and all other In
terstate v chides and stations hy Sec
retary .MucVciigh In an amendment to
the IntiTMi.te iiuaruntltiu regulations
This action follown closely Hie ahull'
Hon of the common drinking cup from
ii nu In interstate carriers. Towels may
) hi used again only after buying buan
uturilUed In boding water.
BRESNAHAN ASKS FORTY
THOUSAND ON CONTRACT
fir Ifastd Wlr if KIok Herald
New Yolk. Dec. V. Itoger llresnu-
bun's claim against the si. I,ouln
baseball club for IIU.uOO In HHllsfac
tlon of his tlvu-year contract, terml
nated by thu club's owner at Hie und
of the first year, was the i liter sun
Jeet discussed today by directors or
the National league, whose annual
meeting will begin tomorrow.
Uoth the club and IlrcNnuhun are
represented by counsel. Meanwhile.
It Is understood, Ilrcsnalian la still
considering an offer or IIO.doii a year
to work oehlnd the bat and assist
Fred Clarke In the mauagument of
the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Kvidencr All In In Allen Case,
Wythevllle, Vh Dec. U.Uvldeiico
In the trial or Hldna Allen, chnrged
with the murder or Attorney William
M. Foster in the HlllHville courthouse
tragedy, was closed today and Judge
Htaules read to the Jury Instructions
lubstiintlully the same iih thoso ho
gave In the former trial ot Allen tor
the murder of Judge Thornton l.i
Miissle. In which he was convicted or
murder in tho second degree und sen
toneed to llftccn years. Argumunt
then wan opened hy the prosecution
RELEGATED TO REAR
Hy Xaxa Wire to Kvenlng Herald
Washington. Dec. y. When work
men today lay profane hands on tho
gigantic glrufft, that rears Its lofty
head In the muln rntundu of the Na
tlonal museum, tho lust of Colonel
Theodore Itoosovelt's trophies or Ills
African hunt will hnve beun removed
The k I ruffe, with Its othur stuffed
brothers, will be sot up In a lens prom
Inent place, for the rotunda Is wanted
for the establishment of u "Hull of.
The dlk-dlk, thn African doer und
Hm other strange animals that fell be
fore the former president's gun, tilt
were removed, llko tho animals In tho
ark. "two by two." on Buturday. Bo
quietly was It dono thut visitors fall
ed to notice the movement. The sir
ttffo was left In solitary stuto because
tts lengthy leg and towering loalo
mude It Impossible to get him out
without the aid of a derrick. This
will be resorted to today,
Tariff Hearing lo January.
Wushlnston, Deo. 9. Democratic
members of the committee on ways
and means at a, conference today
agreed to begin hearings the first
week In January on the proposod re
AFT ASKED TO AID
VI CE CRUSAD
Senator Kcnyon Presides Over
Meeting to Endorse Bill for
Elimination of Hooker's
AULT FOUND WITH
SUBJECTS FOR STATUES
My Leased Wire to Uvrnhtg Herald
Washington. Dec. U President Tuft
wuh aiiialed to today to take hoiiiu
action looking to the purification of
the national rapltal and the suppres
sion or "brothels and certain hotels."
Tin' request is tin outcome or a muss
meeting lust night presided over by
Kcnutor Kenyou or Iowa, author ot a
liciidlng bill which would eliminate
the scgrcgutcd district here.
Several ministers and women spoke
nt tlii- meeting. Mrs. Harriet H. Mnn-
ne H.i lit that extravagance. In dresa
on the part, of well-to-do women
mined the backsliding or many a
poor girl who sought to emulate the
Mle Hhe also condemned the In-
iIIhi i initiate erection or moniiiueiitNH
iiihI other mark of respect to publlo
Thili- are statues in this elt."
In- mini, "raised to men whose nrl-
nie Uvea make the ntlgelH weep."
High Officials of Harriman
Lines Summoned to New
York for Important Confer
ence. (Br Leased Wire to meala rterald
New Vork. Dec. n.l'laiiM fm Hid
dissolution or the I'uloii Puelllc ami
Southern Puelllc roiids, m u enrdance
with the recent decrie of the t'nlted
Milieu Ntiprenili court, mo likely to
make iirogresn HiIm v ivK. William
lleiiln. chief counNi-l fur thn
Southern Pacific, and N. II. I.ooiuls,
general eulllctor, und 'i . I icuhlcnt
A. Munroe of the I n'on Pnellle
have been summoned to Nun York
In dlsetiHs matters with Ci-..iiman
.ovett and other otlli'lalH ii the llur-
The I'lllou PuCllle nxeiotive colli-
mlttee will lintel tomortuw
fir Leared Wire to Kveafna rterald)
wiisiiingioii, i;ce. :i. mi eunn-
lllllke slioek lusting i'A llllllllles and
ii Pjn. t nit I I hod miles from Wiishlng'
ton In a tim-thwcslerlj direction, wan
recorded on the sclHiinwriiph at
Hcorgntnwn university, between " II
and 1:07 o'clock this uioiniiig. Thu
trenmrs ueni of consldi .utile sever-
Ity and wen continuous. It Is thought
that eruptions of the Abisknu oh
caniies may huvii broken out again,
Must lt0ten Hond.
Denver, Deo. It. The supreme court
of Colorado handed down a decision
this morning compelling the Colorado
and Moiiiliein to resume opnnilloiiH on
h Ilreckenrldge-Cnmo line, iiiilioldlng
ilia order of tho state rullmuil com
mission Service on that line was
Abandoned mora than a your ago.
tii)e'V"eJVaWls'ifar f" 11 'a!!!- -ri-f" a
Out of i tmsl'lerntlon for their
puinnis may Ins ussiired the best
FOR UN O PACIFIC
vhov names urn given Ih-Iovv will aiiiimincn Hirougli tho Herald sM). I
clnl fuHHUca for holiday shopper during all of Ibis vvnek "IVtrly T
It will pay Rift buyers to watch i Iom'Iv the lleruld's advertising;
itdnmns for hrwrJnl nniioiiiiiyments
Ileiijamln Utp. & Co.
lU'iinott lltdlnit Trading Co,
Clark MUkIu Co.
John Ixvfi Clarke, inc.
K it. Vit
Tho Foote Oirtipuny
X flolden Itnlo Dry Goods Compuuy
V. O. IWrrU
Hub Ctoddriip Oonipany
Kapple FUlWtero Oompaiiy
WUUain KKkt " J
KlsUer, OattteitV A Co,
AND TAR EA
Progressive Senator Says His
Party Was Tainted By Cor
porate Wealth in Its Very
ROASTS ROUGH RIDER
TO DELICATE BlOWN
Colonel Merited Defeat Be
cause of Perkins Support
and Taft Because of Bull
Moose Opposition Says
fir Lease Wire to ICreaUus Harald
Wushlngton. Dee. U. In n npeech
today In the senate upon his reuolu
tlon for a constitutional amendment
that would provide a slnglo six-year
presidential term, Senator Works or
California, Identllled since his cnttv
into the Hutiato with tho ProgToumvi!
Itepubllcan taction, iiiudo u ntroiig
criticism of Theodore Iluosevolt and
the Progressive party for their ullll
lutlou with tleorge W. Perkins und
other representatives of lurgo corpo
Senator Works ilei lured thut both
ItooMcvi'lt ninl ''a 1 1 desurved defeat.
Do asset ted that lloosevolt, ivliuti
lireslileut, had wltblield action against
the harveater triiHt with tho natural
lesult that Mr. Perkins had been ono
o the chief ItooHevelt backcra In the
fight thlH jciit- I in' the Progressive
in ii 1 1 nn t li in . ami. with eiiuul iimphusis,
be declared that Piesldeut Tuft hud
"lost the respect ii ml good wilt of
many good people ii going upon the
slump against Colonel Koosovntt."
The iittuek upon ItoosoVell camo In
connection with Senutor Works' uu
eerliou that the president'! ofllco hud
been used to prevent udverao action
f list eoriioratlons.
"We are not without ovldonco of
the effort of such action on succeed
ing elections," said Henator Works.
"Thn great harvester trust, one f tho
worst und most, oppressive of Its kind,
won signally favored by Mr. Hooso
veil when pinsldent, In tills respect.
It wiih not pioHccutcd lot violation of
the .Sherman autl-triisl law because
ItoiiHcvcIl ordered otherwise What
wan the nuiiiriil result'.' When Hoose
velt again bcciiiun a i umlltlule. t.eorgo
W. Perkins iieriimu his ariteiit sup
porter and chief lliiauelal bucker
Perkins was largely liiteresled In tho
harvester trust. PerkliiH knew by
actual (leiiMiiiHliMtli.il that his coin
pan would be sale uiMlMMt JiihI prose
cution If Itorisnvell vveie eleclinl, tin
ll'HM ll Shlllllll ellMMKe lllH llllllll All'l
he would miieh lens 11 -ly clinnge hla
vlevvH If the Inii vi'K'.i-i trust or Its
stockhnldorH shoiilil lend him their
"I am not IhiijIhk that Mr. Itoose
veil ucled out iiiipmper inntlvcH In
deallliK Willi Hie hatvesler trust or
the steel trust. He limy have boeil
lierfectly Hiitlnlled Ibul the coiliiin lull
en by him was the proper and Just
course. I call iillnntloii to these In
Htunees or prcHlilciillul fiivnr and
what followed (hem. as Illustrating
the power thut cxlutH In tho bunds
or a president In hi Hint term to se
cure his election to a him (mil term."
Facts brought out in the senatorial
Investigation or iiinpiiign nxpeiidl
tores were cited lo Senator Works to
show the extent lo which "trusts nnd
their iiilllloiiulrn stockholders' had
contributed to eampiilKii contributions,
He declared that "pi Iv liege Hooking
corporations Hiipporl the publlo offi
cial who will Krant ilu-iii privileges."
"Tho Investigation or campaign
contributions, Intel had, has ex
pressed hoiiiu of the iiurknst pages of
fColllllllieil on I 'line
i'irar r fVfrt fJjTi'KfjUJlJfJJlJ
Shopping Week League
employes und In order Hint, their
ixsslblo hervlcc, the meiilinuta
by ilue eiiterpilhlnn btmliices
O. A. Matr-M (
Nutloual Woolen Mills
Newcomer Art Nhop
O'lHelly Drujf Oimpauy
lVrtvnll Dnisr kmpuny
Itosonvvnld I Iron.
eo. o. Hclioer Furniture Co,
KtrotiK'a Book Htoro
H. Vann A Co.
K T. WaslUjurii Company
Wrtglit's Trading l'ost
LT UNFOUNDED REPORT CANADA
OF DISASTER TO
Cunard Officials Indignant at
Unfounded Story of Mishap
to Great Vessel; Hoax Orig
inated in Germany.
117 I.enaeA Wire ta Rvtatag Herald
London, Deo. U. -The Cunard steaiu
shli company this alteriiouli Issued a
formal denial of what It terms the ut
terly baseless mumr published In a
derm, in paper or tin accident to the
The company has been Inundated
with Imiulrlea nn the subject by cable
and telegram from all parts or the
world, sent by iuinIoiis lelathes of
Tho wire message uc.mici cu ,
from the Matiretunla at n today ,
reporting "all well put nil "'" "l I 0w erl ul battleships at a cost of 3r..
rest. Thn company points out that ,0ii,00ii
this Is the second time within u brief winstuii Spencer Churchill. Ilrst
period mat unionniieii rep.uis navo,)()r, r ,,, ll(nilrnliy. -peakiiiK 1
originated in ueruinny oncei iiiiik uui
surety or Its vessels.
CHANGES IN PATENT u,mou, .1
T AtlfC CTTn.rtT5TT7Ti 1 "That alii gl.n liv I'anaila should
LAWS bU(iULalUi,(, ,n ,,, , ,,. 1X,HMIK nrltlsh
" program and tli.n ,m steps i.'iinnita
Hr Leased Wire to r.venlnit lleratit 1 might take should illi.cllv Htlengtll-
Wiiililngtoii. D C. I ! -Ititijliul en the naval imi i tin- empire and
changes in pull ni iithie proceiluio tho margin nv ni iii i. !' its security."
were recommeliileil lii i miKi'i'S today 11
in a special repuit ! I lie coiioiny
and elllcleiicy i iiinnilHiinii tiuiiNinll-
ted by Pleslilellt Tuft I'lh pllllilpill
l.lniltiiti.iii upon the llf. ni a patent
to IU years rrom dl.te of uppln nllnii.
exclusive of two years during which
It may be in litigation; and tin reneo
Irom Jlfi to t:n for tli illlng fee;
haiigo In i lure in permit an In
ventor to nppe.il rioiii tho. augmented
board of exniuiiiei's in chief, directly
to thn court nl' iippi'iils of thn District
or Columbia liiMle.nl or through the.
commissioner of patents, and In
creases In ni, ,ii leu and rorco iimnuut-
lug to )'J:ii1,imio a eiir.
LUCKY IN REAL ESTATE
Uy Iiwued Who lo F,vcnlll Herald
Chlciiffo. Dec. ti. Jiiiiii'h flnrdon,
formerly ii bunhuss assoclutii of mrt,t foP H jWeiiivround bout at Ver
(leorge W. Fltxgeruld. on trial on ft.,,,,,, ,,rnu (oiiiiirrnw night, contentnd
charge or having cmbcM.lcd 1 1 711,000 I Hiemselves today with road work and
from thu Fulled Mutes mib-lrensury In
Chicago, was cniiiH-exMiiilni.'il by gov-
erumeiit ruunsel luduy.
(Iiirdun was a pnllcemau at a sal-
ary of 7II n llintllll a lew yenis iiku .
and now sayu he Is worth $Ui.ll(iil.
lie wild no inline ins money in ;
The witness admitted having bnr-
rowed ll'.ritio in I 'J tin and In the next
year he hud SIH.rilin which could be
inverted lulu ensh on short notice.
Copper Ktoi.U Incri'nHcN.
New York, Dee. U The stalcim nl
ur the ('upper Producers' association
fur November shown uu Increase In
stock nn hiiiiil or !l,ll0,()!l.ri puiiiulii. i
compared with the previous mouth.
Proiliu timi lor tho month wun l.'il.-
ll!iri,HH poiiiiilH, u decrease of 10,710,-
01 :i; iimueHiie deliveries, r,ti,:iii!i,7!i:., a ,
dccrniisn r i t,7:it,!i:i'.i; rnreigu deiiv-i
cries, ...i.'Mli;..'i.".(l. an Increase of H.'.'Sr,,
'J0H. uni toliil ili ll vi'i li x. r.'.'i.7fi,:iiri, ,
a dei i e.iKi. of li, I 111 i ll I .
Mini ml WalpoleV Nominal Ion.
WiiHlilugtotl, Dee .i Tim imiiilnii-
Hon oT Nltuliiil H. Wulpole iih post
mnsler ut Pueblo. Colo., was iieul to
the snliatn tndny b PteHiileut 'I'm It.
TODAY IN CONGRESS
Keuutor Wlll'kH Hpuke, iiilvneiit
lim his reHolulloii for a single
six-vear iircHldenllnl lei in.
Presldnnt Tuft transmitted re
port of economy and efficiency
coiiimlsslou recommending null
ml I'luitigeH in patent olllco inro-
Til'il ol' .Judge Aruhbald ro
sinned. CollVi'lllid ill lliilill.
Henator overman Introduced
Joint resolution mmUmiiIzIiik a
joint luaugurallnii rummltteo of
Judiciary eniniiiltlee eoniddnreil
President Tatt's judicial appnlnt
meuts, but look no lorinu! aellnn.
ftnpulillniiii membeis lecelvml
dciinlte inrurmatloii (hut liemn
cru Is of sunutii would iiiolmlily.
try lo hold up many appoint -iiientH
In southi'ru Hiatus,
Iteprescntatlvu Allen Intro
dneeil rcHiilutlnn proposing a gen
eral investigation or the cunning
Iteprersenliillve Lindbergh In
troduced resolution to require
uuch senator and representative
to lllo statement showing his pe
cuniary interest in any bunking,
loaning or hiokcutgn business.
Convened ut tump.
Resumed cniisiderutlon of legi
slative, executive mid Judicial ap
Domocrutln meiubers of tho
ways and means committee eon
tyrred'on plans ror tariff revision
at apodal session.
Dsnklns; and ourreui y sub
oommltteo resumed h..irlngs In
"Money trusPf Investigation,
chairman Pujo making state
ment repudiating reports us to
Three Powerful Battleships,
Costing Thirty-Five Mill
ions. Gift of Dominion to
REGULAR NAVY PROGRAM
GOES WITHOUT CHANGE
lly Issued Wire to I'.vrnUic Herald
I ,oliill, Dee 0 All ilnulitn were
swept HUH liiituN "1 the IHiSNlhltltV of
ilrcut Hrltalii I'lirtiiiitiiK iter own nuv-
((, ,.,., , x . r ,,. Kf, ,y
,.,,I11HI( t.. tin. IIi IIIhIi empire or three
the liont-e of commoiiH, said he nil-
tiered In Hie piiint nl view or the
t mill In ii i!n i ii 1 1 1 1 nt. w'bleli Is. hn
JIM FLYNN TACKLES
Contest First of Proposed Scr
'ics for Selection of White
Ifllr Teased Wire to Kvralna (leraldl
,os Angeles, Cal . Dee. !.-- I.uther
McCnrty and .Mm lly nil. who will
light gymnasium exercises.
The proposed while heavyweight
chuinploiiHlilp elimination series,
which Iii'mIiih with the Ftyini-McCurly
tlxxlit . Imih iiwiikeiinir much InternM
The eonceiisim nl' opinion senilis lo lie
thut In older to win. Flynn must gut
his youthful antagonist early In tho
i Agent of Rival Concern Test i
! fics in Trust Trial to Strcn
nous MnthotlB Employed By
I National Company.
(fly l.easnl Wire to r.renlnir Herald
j Cincinnati. m n. .1. It. WallnrH
ol I is Angeles wmh iikiiIii u wKliess
iiniiny in i in- in. ii oi joint ii t'liiier-
nun ami twenty nine nffleein and lor-
uier ortlceiM ot the Niilloiuil Cush
Iteglsler ciiiupniiv nt 1 in yt i.:-. who am
ilcct.i it of violating Hie criminal sec
lion or Hie Itlierinan aliH-trust law.
Wullors was a funnel iiiiIchimiiii or tint
National, iTtvlnow H a sales itgeut ror
iiih American 'mhi itegiHter cum
Wullera testp'.od tltvf vvhon he wns
the agent for tho llullwood iiincliliin
In Los Angeles, National agents sta
tioned themselves In currlages on nil
sides or his store nnd followed his
salesmen. Ho said frequently when
lm went to mnkn n sale, National
men followed In carriages with a load
or National machines. fu ulso do
nlared that Nallonut ngenls followed
lliillwood siiliHiiieu when the latter
were Irving tn iiuike sales and would
ilfer to sell Hie same machine fur 30
cents mi the dollar
POWDER MILL WORKERS
HAVE NARROW ESCAPE
(fly leased Wlro to ICremaa- Herald
Chicago. Dee !i. The powder house
nl the O'l.oughlln 'iniirrv at llellwond,
near here, blew up UiIm ufternonn.
Thn niiarry hands were ut lunch, und
winie one man was injured none was
Woman Kills llurgjnst Deer,
Hot Hprlngs, Va Dec. B.Mrs. Mel.
villa w. ingulfs, Jr., of Nw York, to
day shot Iho largest door taken hero
It wm tt,4-ysur-old buck, welghlu
nearly 2S0 pounds.
The bullet from Mr,- Ingulls' tlfta
cut tt hole elnar through tho deer In
h vital spot, but the creature, ran on
IN C S
FAITHFUL 6ATHER IN
Colonel Roosevelt, GifforcB
Pinohot and former Govot
nor Otero Among Notahleg
OVER FIVE HUNDRED
Or Leased Wire to Bvantaa nsraldl
Chicago, Doc. 0. Colonel Itoouovelt
itt tho head of thn eastern dolcgutlonl
to tho Progressive conference, which
boglim here tomorrow, was mot by,
a fulr-slr.cd crowd when tho Bull
Moose special arrived here this nftur
noon, "Ho can .one buck" unJ "Hurrah
for Teddy'" were uumo of tho accla
nialloiiH which greeted the Colonel.
Drcs-vd In u black campaign hal
and a heiv overcoat of tho nam it
hue, the ituii Moose leader was carry
lug a lieav.v mii case when' ho allshH
ed from the train.
Willing Iiiiiiiis wore ntrotehod out to
cany It. but the colonel repllod:
' Huess I'm strong enough to handle
This he did fy n hundred yards ot)
nn. re he rnro ho relinquished tho our4
I li n in nn admirer.
A in c punitory reception had liotrj
airiiiiged for tho dologntos who to-4
mm mw and Wcdnendny will attend)
Hie nut tiiniil Progressive conference
ni which morn ihun COO delogates arj
ixpected to be In attemdnnce.
HtnU delegations from nil over thn
country were expected to nrrlvo to
da, many women being among thorn.
Nutlnnul Chairman Joseph M. Dixon
and Kccrntary O. K. Davis were re
ported to havn loft Washington In
tlmo to Join the special from the onst.
Uoorgn W., Perkins nnd Clifford Pin-
chut und his brother, Amos Pinohot.
nnd former Governor Miguel Otoro
of New Mexico aro among tho dele
HOOHHVKIr AHKKO TO
Chicago. Deo. 9. Idaho friends ot
Col. itnosnvelt would like to Have th
olonnl como to that state nnd face e,
charge of contempt In tho suprsmo
oitrt t Here should tho Hnlso court
care to fulilll a. nuotcd deolaratlon
that If hn rmno within thn boundaries
or the statu he would ho ha.V.t Into
J. M, lugnrsoll, who In horn to at
tend the progressive oonforonce, car-
urn wun mm n letter addressed to
oolonel from P. Monroe Hmoek, Pro
gi'csslvo nntlonul nommltte mnn from
Idaho. Hinock and thn editors of tho
Capital City News of Ilolsn have boon
lilted to appear In court for alleged
contempt In prim lug und repenting
remiirKH nrodllti to the Progressiva
louder. Thn luttor'c remarks com
mented on u court decision prevent
ing the names of tho Progressive elec
tors rrom going on tho ballot in
When Hmook and the othor editors
wero cited for contempt the judge,
wus limited iih xuylilg thut Itoosnvqlt
himself would bo brought to the bar
If ho camo within Jurisdiction ot the
court. Mr. rimook'n letter eurjesta
that the oolonel come voluntarily to
liolsc to ruco uny ono who may de
Mile to accuse, him.
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PRISONER RUNS AMUCK
IN OHIO WORKHOUSE
tlr leased Wlra to SSvealaa Usratdf
i.imu, tinio, uoc. w, a. uoBan or
mi.ro prisoners In tho city Jull nnd
Workhouso dtiporlntendunt W. H.
Workman wero Injured today by Her
bert Mowery, u prisoner, who, armed
with a hcuvy Iron bur, escaped to tho
outsldu corridor of the lookup and.
relied every ono near him. Ho then
jumped from u socond-story window
ir the jull unit terrorized pedestrians:
on the public squuro before being
captured. Mowery hud been surier
lug from delirium tremub,.
HIGHER FREIGHT BATE
ON POTATOES SUSPENDED
tnoreuHfn Iq tho freight rfttnUtl
niiliilnnri run frnm li. rttnt tnJI Afltltil
(. ........ . VIS rp tvwuw t . T-f-7-ra
n hundred pounds from poInU of "pro
dtintlon In Nnbrnsku, Mouth Dakota
Colorado and slmllur territory tto al
ilcsHiiatlons oust today wore held of
thu interstate enmmorco oommuulerjl
to bo unreasonable. ,
PRISONER FOR LIFE
lly Leased Wlra to HraaSag MsraUf
Iluldwln, Mich,, Deo. 0. O. M.
Auerbuch of Ohlcugo, '00 Princeton
graduute, wuh today osntenced to" life
Imprisonment for the murder ofvtjUt
employer, Harry Fisher, former Chi
cago promoter. Flshar was' Killed
while hunting with Auerbsich, und'tlM
defendant claimed Iho killing wait gq
Tragtu tXmth et NTiU,Vei8U
New York, Deo. fl-n(ohar 1.
Tow.nloy, a retired naval oMokt'ittA
ono time state comptroller qf'NV
break. WlOtnUlly shot Mi hlHI ..
himself, today whlU dta
vision, oX Ibr tftrllt,
tfornriMtep'i lfltiflUoat -
pr nuariy, a iniiOi .
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