A) Tn Snite of Patron aera. in Suite of the Powerful Organization of the Dominant Partv and in Smte of Great
tfeipmercial Influences, THEODOEE ROOSEVELT Actually Secured an Undisputed Majority of the Republican
Vole at Ghicagi3y-William Jennings Bryan, June 23, 1912. k; ; , . : - : -
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PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN IN
OOSEVELT NARROWLY ESCAPED
PLATFORM COLLAPSES JUST AFTER THE COLONEL SPEAKS AT
TULSA,. OKLAHOMA, BUT NO SERIOUS INJURIES RESULT FROlty
; THE ACCIDENT PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE MAKES .HIS APPEAL
v TO THE DEMOCRATS ON THE "SOLID SOUTH."
; TULSA, Okla., Sept. 24. Several
men were borne down in the collapse
- o th" grandstand from which Colonel
Roosevelt spoke here today and the
Colonel himself narrowly escaped. No
ope was injured seriously, however.
When Colonel Roosevelt reached
Tjulsa he went to the platform of his
car to speak, but was told that an
other crowd had gathered in the pub
lic square. He shouldered his way
through the throng to the grandstand.
There he talked 15 minutes and had
just -stepped from the stand to re
turn .to his car when the structure
'iA dozen men, most of them army
veterans, were thrown to the ground.
Colonel Roosevelt ran back to give
aid. He saw that no one had been
seriously hurt and waved the crowd
tilt's all right," he shouted.
jColonel .Roosevelt appealed to the
democrats of the South to stand with
thr progressive party.
Begins Breaking the Solid South
"CHANDLER, Ariz., Sept. 24. With
arrival in Oklahoma today, Col.
:Roosevelt began the last stage of his
transcontinental tour, which will take
him through the South. He will pass
Aweek In the Southern and Southeast
ern states. At the time the progres
sive party was founded Colonel
Roosevelt announced that he would
make his fight as vigorously in the
Sduth, as in the other sections of the
NEW YORK, Sept 24. Successful
tests of a three-car train of Edison
Storage battery oars were made dur
ing the past week on the Erie rail
rokd between West Orange and For
rest Hill. They have encouraged Mr.
Thfmas A. Edison to such a degree
tha-he arranged for a public demon
stration in a trip to Long Beach.
The novel feature of this new step
In the development of Edison's stor
age battery is the fact that more than
one-1 car will be operated by one con
troller, Which is characteristic of the
operations of trains in the subway.
The application of the "multiple unit
control" to the storage battery car Is
a signal achievement.-.
'6ET OUT," HE SAID TO
LOS ANGELES BRIDE
STOCKTON, Sept. 24. Three
months a bride and then summarily
ordered to leave the cozy cottage and
hie away to Los Angeles, whence she
came, is the experience of Mrs. Am
anda Albertson, as set forth in a di
vorce complaint which she has filed
against M. Albertson, a local dairy
man. Mrs. Albertson was formerly
Misa Amanda Stolberg.
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country, .and that he hoped the new
party would break up the ''Solid
Colonel Roosevelt passed two hours
in Chandler on his arrival early to
day before starting for Oklahoma City
where he was to pass most of the day.
He was to remain in Oklahoma City
until midnight, leaving then for Ark
ansas. Thence he goes eastward. The
Colonel will not reach New York until
a day .later than was planned. He
received word today that instead of go
ing .on to New York fronj North Caro
lina, where he Is to speak on Mon
day of next week, arrangements had
been made for a trip, to Tennessee on
Tuesday, with addresses at Chatta
nooga and Knoxville. fie will reach
New York at noon on Wednesday.
tPlans for the remainder of Colonel
Roosevelt's campaign have been map
ped out tentatively. The Colonel will
remain at home from Wednesday of
next week until the following Mon
day, except for a trip to Washington
on Friday to testify before the senate
committee which is investigating the
Then begins a journey of ten days
into the Middle West JJe will take
his campaign into Ohio, Indiana, Illi
nois, Michigan and Wisconsin, and on
the way back will probably spend two
days in Pennsylvania. After a brief
rest he is to go to New England for a
week. The closing days of the cam
paign are to be spent in New York
FOSS VS. PELLETIER
IN THE MASS. PRIMARY
BOSTON, Sept. 24. Voters of Mass
achusetts cast their vote in a primary
election here today. The chief interest
centered in the contest between Gov
ernor Foss, who asks for a thrd
term, and District Attorney Pelletier,
who also is seeking the democratic
nomination for governor.
OLYMPIC REBUILT AS
I BELFAST, Sept. 24. The White
Star line announces definitely that the
j steamship Olympic, . sister of the 111-
( fated Titanic, will come to" Belfast
I from Southampton for renovation. She
j will be made, identical with the new
1 ship Britannic, now building. The
j Olympic is due at Southampton on
: October 5.
$2,000,000 TO DEAL III
ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 24 Articles
of Incorporation were filed today by
the Central Union Sugar company,
with principal offices in New York
and a capital of $2,000,000 to refine
and deal in-sugar and molasses.
YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1912
A POSSE PURSUES BAN
OUTLAWS INTO ARiZUNA HILLS
MEXICAN OUTLAWS WERE RUSTLING CATTLE NEAR CLIFTON,
ARIZONA, IN THE FIGHT TWO DEPUTY SHERIFFS WERE KILL
ED AND ONE WAS WOUNDED FIGHT TOOK PLACE IN THE ARI
ZONA MOUNTAINS OUTLAWS WERE STRONGLY FORTIFIED.,
CLIFTON,. Ariz., Sept. 24. In ajguia and Tom Campbell, of Morenci,
fight which Mexican outlaws, who Arizona, were both killed and Depu-
had been rustling cattle and stealing
in Greenlee county, Arizona, last night
two deputy sheriffs were killed and
one was wounded.
The fight took place up in the'moun-
tains. The outlaws were fortified and
opened fire on the officers as they
came into view. Deputy Albert Mun-
ROB SALOON THEN '
BUY IMS DRINK
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 24 "Here's
a dollar; buy the boys a drink on us,"
were the parting words of one of the
two men who robbed John Brennan's
saloon of 201 Broadway as he hanaea i
the money to Clayton (Dutch) Miller,
one of the bartenders.
Jerry Smith, night bartender, was
waiting on eight customers, when the j
robbers, armed with revolvers, enter- j
ed the saloon and compelled the bar-,
tender and the cusomers to stand with J
hands up while the robbery was in
COV. HIRAM J
TALKS OF PROGRESSIVE HUMANITARIAN POLICY AT WORCESTER,
MASSACHUSETTS CALIFORNIA'S GOVERNOR WAS GREETED BY
A WILDLY CHEERING, ENTHUSIASTIC THRONG OF BULL MOOSE
FROM EVERY SECTION OF THE BAY STATE.
WORCESTER, Mass., Sept. 24,
While the two old parties are fight
ing furiously at the polls today to de
termine which particular set of re
actionaries shall be selected as their
candidates for state offices, the pro
gressives of Massachusetts are meet
ing here at Worcester to fire the open
ing gun in what they declare is to be
". whirlwind and victorious campaign.
Governor Johnson of California, was
the stellar attraction and the big hall,
where noon meeting was held, was fill
ed with, a cheering, wildly enthusias
tic throng of Bull Moosers from ev
ery section of the state. Worcester
is an important manufacturing center
and in the big audience which the
vice-presidential candidate faced were
hundreds of factory hands Who had
cut short their lunch hour in order to
hear the new doctrines of social and
They applauded vigorously his dec
laration that the chief function of
government is not to legislate exclu
sively .for a favored few, but rather
to lighten the burden of the over
worked man and the underpaid woman
and to lift up humanity, that those
who are down in the grime, the dust
and the dirt, in unremitting toil maj
likewise have some of God's sunshine.
ty "Dutch" Keppler was badly wound-
The Mexican outlaws fled further
back into the mountains. A posse of
thirty specially deputized men left
Clifton, the county seat of Greenlee
county, this morning to try to lo
Y NEW FACES TO
ADORN PAPER- MONEY
WASHINGTON, Sept. 24. The'
Treasury Department has completed
a list of famous men whose faces will
adorn the fronts of paper money in
the future. "All branches of the gov
ernment are represented.
The list .puts Washington on the $1
bill, Jefferson on the $2, Lincoln on
the $5, Cleveland on the $10, Hamilton
on the $20, Jackson on the $50, Frank
lin on the $100, Marshall on the $500,
Clay on the $1000 and Grant on the
OLD BAY STATE
Charles Sumner Bird, progressive
candidate for governor, was present
and delivered an inspiring address.
j-He was introduced as the "exponent
'of true humanitarianism," and the
audience expressed its approval by
prolonged cheering. Bandana hand
I kerchiefs fluttered ajl over the hall,
Mr. Bird is one of the largest in
j dividual manufacturers in the coun
try. An employer of large numbers
of men, he has "voluntarily introduced
'reforms that have endeared him to
his employes-. He substituted the
three-shift system of eight hours in
'place of the old 12-hour shift. This
J change was effected without any re
iduction in wages. Numerous other in
dustrial reforms of similar character
are credited to him.
Mr. Bird is a hard hitter politically
and he minced no words in his cen
sure of the old parties.
"Wo denounce the republican party
because of fraud committed at Chi
cago, he said, "ana we retuse to
support any beneficiary of that con
tention." He paid his respects to the
democratic party and scored its plat
form for seeking to extol popular
government, but refusing to pledge
its support to the initiative, referen
dum and recall, without which popu
lar government is impossible.
COL WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
TALKS TO THRONGS BUT FAILS
ANY PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT SHOULD VOTE
FOR WILSON BRYAN, THE LECTURER FOR THE DEMOCRATIC '
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NATIONAL COMMITTEE, IS MORE PARTISAN THAN PATRIOTIC
With all his, old-time personal pres
tige unimpaired Bryan came to Los
Angeles yesterday and received a per
sonal welcome that must have been
gratifying to him, accustomed as he
is to popular greetings, says the Los
Angeles Express. Whether or not
the democratic national committee of
ficially assents to the journey of Col.
Bryan is now making is a matter of
indifference. It may even disapprove
of his tour and refuse to give his pil
grimage of persuasion official coun
tenance, but the people who admire
and esteem Bryan, caro nothing for
The men who have Wilson's candi
dacy in charge will offer strenuous
resistance,-it is said, to Bryan's tak
ing part in the campaign or making
any appearance on the stump in cer
tain eastern states. They are not
wholly content with hist voluntary and
officially unauthorized appearance in
stajtes where progressive sentiment
presumably is strong. They fear him
greatly and dislike him intensely, but
happily Bryan occupies a positon that
quite removes him from their control
and comes or goes as he lists. He
have to ask permission of the men
who are managing Wilson's candi
dacy. He does not even feel . the
need of having Wilson's countenance.
It is', possible, of course, that some
message of gratitude may have been
conveyed? from Wilson to Bryan in
recognition of the great services ren
dered by the Nebraskan, but if so,
one of them would have contrived to
give that message publicity.
The candidate would have been de
sirous of showing that he is capable
of the human emotion of gratitude j
and $Ir. Bryan himself would have
SLAYS ACTRESS WIF E i
DIES IN ELECTRIC CHAIR
BOSTON, Sept. 24. Chester S. Jor
dan was electrocuted at 12:09 o'clock
this morning in the state prison at
Charlestown for the murder of his
actress wfie, Honora Jordan, on Sep
tember 1, 1908.
MORE DELEGATES TO
W. G. Fraser of Wellton and C. C,
Box o fthe Yuma Valley, were yes
terday appointed by the County Board
of Supervisors to attend the National
Irrigation Congress to convene Sep
tember 30 at Salt Lake City.
Democratic bosses and re- O
publican bosses are brother of- O
fleers lrf the invisible govern
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TO GIVE A SINGLE REASON WHY
been unselfishly solicitous of proving
that Wilson had extended suehrecog-"
nition. It may be that in these con
siderations, if they stood fully reveal
ed, would be found the explanation of
the fact that while Mr. Bryan talked
for more than two hours yesterday
afternoon to many thousands of men
and women, he devoted less, than ten
minutes to the. candidate in, whose be
half ostensibly he appeared.
The most remarkable fact as to
Bryan's address was one of omfeaion.
He did not present, a single reason'
why any- progressive, republican.: or
democratic, should vote for Wilson:
He was disingenious in dealing with
Jloosevelt's candidacy, presenting
therein a melancholy instance of the
injurious requirements partisanship
makes, and In his case; successfully,
upon men of high character. The. Ex
press conceives itself tQ, be at liberty
to comment thus on Bryan's speech,
inasmuch as it entertains for hint an
admiration, liking and respect that are
not to be dissipated because he has-,
unhappily yielded to the temptation to
be more partisan than patriotic. ' -
Prophecies are ever hazardous.-' It
it not given to mortals to foretell the.
future. Yet, should Wilson beelected,
we do not doubt that Bryan would
within a few months thereafter find ;
his place in the progressive party that
he now unmistakenly opposes. The
inevitable surrender that would fol
low of the cause of progress to the.
cause of reaction would sunder the '
last ties that still unite Bryan to dem
ocracy. Even as the situation now
exists it is amazing that Bryan should"
stand, though perfunctorily, for a can
didate who himself refuses to' stand
on his own platform.
REASON WRY EDITORS
ALL BECOME WEALTHY
When a child is born in the city
the attending physician gets $50. The.
editor gives the loud lunged youngster
and the happy parents a send off and '
gets $0. When it is christened the
minister gets $10, and the editor; who
gives a write up of the ceremony, gets
$00. It grows up and it is married.
The editor publishes another Jong
winded flowery article and tells a
dozen lies about the "beautiful and
accomplished bride." The minister ,
gets $10 and a piece of cake and the
editor gets $000. In the course of
time it- dies. The doctor gets from
$75 to $100, the undertaker gets-from
$100 to $150, the editor publishes a
notice of the death and an obituary
a column long, also a lot of poetry,
and gets $0,000. ' ' - 7
Half of success Is in seeing .the":
significance of little things. Henry
I The worst use that can be made bfa
; success is to boast of it.
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