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i Jr Wii4 NEW A VOL. 50. SANTA FE NEW MEXICO. TUESDA Y, OCTOBER 7, 1915. i PHILADELPHIA WINS FIRST GAME HARD HITTING ATHLETICS POUND THREE NEW YORK PITCHERS AND CAPTURE OPENING CONTEST ' AT POLO GROUNDS TODAY BY SCORE OF 6 TO 4. UNKNOWN NEGRO IS SUSPECTED IN CHICAGO CASE RIANO ADDRESSES SULZER TRIED PROFESSORS FiREDAN "HOME-RUN" BAKER AND SCHANG ARE STARS Appreciating the interest in the great American game, espec ially now that the world's ser ies is on, The New Mexican wants all the fans to understand that they may telephone Main 31, the editorial office, of the New Mexican, during the prog ress of the games and informa tion will he gladly furnished them, no matter how often they phone. New Mexican bulletins in conjunction with the Postal Telegraph company, will also be posted in front of the Postal Telegraph office. Polo Grounds, N. Y., Oct. 7. The Philadelphia Athletes overcame the New York Giants by a score of 6 to 4 in the first game of the world's championship series here today. For ty thousand persons saw the battle in which hard hitting featured. New York used three pitchers in the box to stop the Athletics' batsmen. Bender was hit hard, but outside of the fifth inning managed to keep the Giaut8' hit scattered. Baker was again a hero at the bat, driving out three hits, one of which was a ter rific home run drive into the stand which scored Collins ahead of him. The only fielding misplay was a wide throw by Barry. The- teams will meet at Shibe park, tomorrow, weath er permitting. box score: AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Chicago, Oct. 7. Acting on instruc- i lions given by a man who said he ; saw Miss Ida Leegson walking west in West 71st street at 6 o'clock last Saturday evening, accompanied by a j negro, instructions were given the po lice today as follows: "Arrest for murder and robbery a copper-skinned negro, five feet, 1 1 inches, or siv feet tall; weighing 180 to 1 90 pounds. Well dressed, square shoulders, erect car riage. Wore black soft hat and gray coat. After giving up her position as a school teacher in Mason City, Iowa, September 29, Miss Leegson came to ! Chicago and engaged a room with Mrs. James P. Burnet te, saying Bhe as going to try to earn more money to continue her art studies. Saturday ulie placed an advertisement In a pa per, asking for a place as a trained m:rse. Saturday afternoon, a telephone call ci.me from a "Mr. Wilson." who, when told Miss Leegson was out, in quired closely after her personal ap ptarance. An hour later he called i'fain and asked her to go a point on (he west side to care for his wife. She left to answer the call and was not heard from again by her friends. The street address given by "Mr. Wilson," proved to be a vacant lot on the prairie. The possibility that Miss Leegson was hired to her death by an organ ised band of "white slavers," while be ing investigated by the police, ts not believed by them to offer a solution of the mystery, An investigation among the teachers at the University of Chi cago and at the art Institute indicat ed that the murdered woman had no men friends and that, her nights had been spent in industry. SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS SPAIN'S MINISTER SPEAKS IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH TO AUDI ENCE GATHERED IN FRONT OF HOTEL THIS MORNING.-MR. ! CRAYCRAFT TAKES GROUP PHOTO SEES TESUQUE; LEAVES TO PLACATE MURPHY TESTIMONY TO-DAY BROUGHT OUT THAT ENVOYS FROM THE GOV-! ERNOR WENT TO MURPHY TO GET HIM TO CALL OFF IMPEACH MENT INQUIRY. ! I FOR ANTI-TRUST j SENTIMENTS WITNESS BEFORE SENATE BANKING PRESIDENTS CARD i VOTING FOR DRYAN TO-NIGHT FOR EAST iSULZER'S DEFENSE : CAUSED ONE DISMISSAL WAS TO STAND TO-DAY SCHOOL CHILDREN STRIKE OUT OF SYMPATHY The official Philadelphia. "Murphy, rf. . Oldring. If. . Collim-, j?b. .... Baker, f). Mclnnis, lb. Strunk, cf. . . Barry, ss. Schang, c. . . . Bender, p. . . . 1 2 n 12 0 K i 6 1 3 10 -0 3 n 1 3 4 1 0 2 Totals 34 6 11 27 15 New Yor. AB. R. H. PO.A. Shafer, cf. . Doyle, 2b. .. Fletcher, ss. Burns, If. . . Herzog, 3b. . , Murray, rf. . Meyers, c. . , Merkle, lb. . Marquard, p. McCormick . Crandall, p. . Tesreau, p. . . ...5 . . .4 ...4 . 4 . . .4 ...4 ...4 ...4 ...0 ...1 . . .1 ...0 McLean 1 Calumet, Mich., Oct. 7. The sym pathetic strike of school children in the Keweenawa county copper strike district spread today and five hun dred are now out. The Alimeek, New Allouez and Mohawk schools are af fected. A special meeting of the school board was called to deal with the sit uation. It is said the compulsory school attendance law will be upheld and that wholesale prosecutions of parents will follow if the child'-en .do not return to school at once. This morning a parade of four hundred of Ojthe striking pupils was held at Ah 1 1 meek. ! 0; Seventy-five strike breakers arriv-! Ojed last night and twenty arrived to- day for the Calumet and Hecla. 1 j Automobiles are still being fired on E. lin the Keweenawa district. The ma chine of a Calumet man1 was struck li'st night, the bullet shattering the wind shield. Santa Ke's school boys and girls saw and heard a real minister, soon to he ambassador, this morning. Don Juan liiano, Spain's minister to the I'nited States, was the speaker, and he used two languages, Spanish and English. Following the banquet lust night the j diplomat took a much needed sleep, i He breakfasted at his hotel and at j 10:30 sr. m. the future citizens of! Santa Fe left their school books, and accompanied by their teachers, march eel down to the De Vargas hotel. Don Juan noticed with pleasure the flags of the United States and Spain, and he again referred to the ties which bind Xew Mexico to "the mother country." He told of the progress that he has seen In the great southwest and brought a message of good cheer to Ihe young folks who will one day have charge of this country. After the speech the First Regiment band played a lively tune and there was cheering. Pose For Photo. Accompanied by the mayor, Celso Lopez, and members of the chamber of commerce and prominent citizens, Don Juan posed for a photo which was taken by A. B. Craycraft. Then the minister jumped into an automo bile and hurried to Tesuque where he Baw the Indians: Several automo biles accompanied him. At 2 p. m. Spain's represenlatlve re turned to the hotel for luncheon. After dining he visited the old Albany, N. Y., Oct. 7. The ground iwork for the defense of Governor Sul- j banking committee today, renewed his !zer was to be laid today by Lonis A, th'lt th , "t" had driven college professors who espouse jSarecky, formerly Sulzer's eampnlgn the Polml ,.y of w pw,pl( rrom their secretary ana expected to ne ine . positions. day's first witness at, the Impeachment Senator Weeks demanded that Shib trial. ley name professors who had been treated. "Professor Edward Bemis of Chica go university," replied Phibiey, "was discharged because he attacked the Chicago gas trust. John R. Cummins Washington, Oct: 7. A start was nude by President Wilson yesterday on his anti trust program for the De c.'iulier session of congress. He bad fi long preliminary conference with Senator Newlands, of Nevada, chair man of the Interstate commerce com- COMMITTEE GIVES NAMES OF "f H!l11(V,i,mll"s tnist' ll'gi8liltion Tin? president ex poet 8 to confer alwo ! tl.u nnor fulitPA u-itli IJ nitraonh t a . DISMISSED FOR THEIR POPULAR i five Clayton, chairman of the houses '. judiciary committee, as well as with loilmr members of the two congres sional committees which will be di j r .'ctly in charge of the legislation. Senator Newlands said after the i conference that he expected the presi-1 I tic nt to transmit some recommenda tions to his committee early in the December session. These probably will maleriailize alter the president I consults Attorney General Mcltoy- i nolds and some prominent lawyers COLLEGE PROFESSORS WHO WERE! LEANINGS. SANTA FE DEAR TO HEART OF A SPANIARD DON JUAN RIANO, SPAIN'S MINISTER, AROUSES ENTHUSIASM WHEN HE TELLS OF GROWING FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND "THE MOTHER COUNTRY". Washington, 1). C, Ocl. 7. George H. Shibley, director of the bureau of political research before the senate MANY ATTEND BANQUET GIVEN IN HIS HONOR 1 cannot (ell you how tremendous- outside of the official circle who have :ly impressed I am with my first visit In outlining the defense yesterday j former Senator Harvey D. Hinman j told how the governor turned his cam- j paign funds over to his secretary and j tmctori him in keen them straiirht. The court after an executive session !of Syracuse was discharged for voting lasting an hour, voted to retain in the record the testimony of Allan A. Ryan, regarding Governor Sulzer's al leged attempt to bring pressure to bear on Republican senators to vote that his impeachment was illegal. ! Ryan was then recalled to the stand and asked what further conversation ' with the governor on the occasion of i the hitter's request that he see Root, j "T eiirrtroeiufl tr Air. Snlzer that now I that certain charges had been made j""1'1 October 2 for Win. Jennings Bryan. James Al len Smith of Marietta, Ohio, was driv en from his place. The present presi dent of the United States had a nar row escape because he advocated the short ballot. But he continued in the service of the people and has now triumphed." The senate's currency hearings were resumed today with the definite been studying the problem for years. Yesterday's discussion with Chair man Newlands waB of a general char acter, bringing forth no particular ! scheme of legislation. The president oiid the senator examined the history and arguments presented for and against various pending bills which would supplement the Sherman anti trust act by providing for the preven tion of holding companies, stock watering and discrimination in prices, the regulation of the size of business and the definition of the word "rea sonable," as used by the supreme court of the United Slates. Senator Newlands himself has a bill pending that would create an In terstate trade commission with pow ers of publicity, investigation and cor rection, the power of preliminary in vestigation regarding violations of the understanding that they will continue if Important witness' Sherman net, the power to aid the courts in the enforcement of their de- !... i.i. i ,11,1 nnf that ho es appear. could afford' to put himself in a posi- I Conferences between President Wil crees, the dissolution of trtisls and (,i u-htch iio cnnlil not answer ' w,a a"d Democrat ic leaders In the sen- f he reassembling in legal form of their "Is that all of the conversation," palace and other places of interest. At ! asked Attorney btancnneiu.- i No, lie saiu, lie sain mat u inej . voted that the trial was not legal he in which he could not answer the charges. He said that the reason ; today practically assured mat me was that he did nol want to drag his i currency bill would be made a party wife Into the situation and put her on ' measure, the Democrats of the senate the stand. committee considering It separately "I told him I would not go to Wash- ! as was done n the house. By such ington, hut I would try to ascertain ! au agreement it is expected that the the Renublican sentiment on that aaministraiion uiu, amended to some question, whether the court had a j extenl, would receive a vote of right to impeach him." I least 5 to 2 or possibly fi to 1. constituent elements. THE DAY IN CONGRESS ." o'clock, according to the program, he will leave for Lamy in a motor and teke dinner at El Ortiz. At 8:25 he will' board the Limited for the east. Totals 36 4 11 27 15 0 Batted for Marquard in fifth inn ing. McLean batted for Tesreau in ninth. Score by Innings. Philadelphia 000 320 0106 New York ..001 030 0004 Summary Two base hits: Barry, Burns, Mclnnis. Three base hits: Col lins, Schang. Home run, Baker. Hits: Off Marquard 8 in 5 innings, off Crandall 3 In 2 innings; off Tes Tesreau none in two innings. Sacrifice hits: Marquard, Mclnnis. Stolen base: Collins. Doublas plays: Barry, Collins and Mclnnis. Left on bases: Philadelphia 4; New York 6. First base on balls: Off Marquard 1; off Tesreau 1. First base on errors: New York i. Struck out: By Bender 4; by Mar quard 1; by Crandall 1; by Tesreau 1. Time 2:06. Umpires: Klem behind plate, Egan on bases, Rigler left field; Connolly right field. Marquard and Meyers, were an nounced as batteries for New York. Bender and Schang batteries for Philadelphia. First Inning. First Half John Brush Hemsted, the young son of the late John T. Brush, president of the Giants, threw out the ball and the world's series bat tle was on. Murphy flew out to Murray. Mur phy smashed the first ball pitched and Marquard shot a strike over to Oldring. Oldring singled to right on the sec ond ball between Doyle and Merkle. Marquard tried to catch Oldring at first but could not quite get him. The New York pitcher used plenty of speed and kept the ball around the Athletics' knees. Oldring was caught off first by a quick throw by Marquard to Merkle. Collins singled sharply to center after Having two strikes call ed on him. The crowd gave home run Baker a big cheer as he came to bat Baker filed out to Burns. . No runs, two hits, no errors. Second Half Bender grinned as Shafer came to bat and shot a wide curve which was close to Shafer's knees. It was a ball. The next one MEXICAN CABINET AGAIN CHANGED BY HUERTA. Mexico City, Oct. 7. Another gen eral shakeup in the Huerta cabinet to day has resulted in a complete change of the ministry with the exception of the war portfolio. Most of the min isters were shifted from one depart ment to another, but in two instances sub-secretaries were promoted. The cabinet, as it is now constituted, fol lows : Minister of foreign relations, Man uel Garza Aldape, recently foreign minister and later minister of public instruction. Minister of finance, Adolfo de la Lama, formerly minister of Justice. Minister of public instruction, Gar cia Naranjo, formerly sub-secretarv of that department. Minister of communications and j public works, Jose L. Lozano, former ! ly minister of communications. Minister of justice, Enrique Geros jtieta, formerly minister of finance. Minister of war, General Aurelani- Blanquet retains portfolio. NOME IS DEVASTATED) DY SEVERE STORM I could make a public statement and ex plain the situation satisfactorily." Ryan testified that Gov. Snlzer ask ed him to ask Delancy Nicoll to see Charles F. Murphy In an effort to , have the impeachment, proceedings stopped. Governor Snlzer attempted j to secure the influence of Charles F. ' Murphy to stop the trial of his iin- j peachinent and in return therefore i .,.,, ..,.,., ...., .... i said he "was willing to do whatever! HUNDREDS RENDERED HOMELESS AND wa8 right" according to the testimony i GREAT PROPERTY LOSS REPORTED.- !" A: R9" at trial odray- i i The testimony was given, after the : WINTER FINDS ALASKA TOWN FACING ! court by a secret vote of 41 to 14 de-! j elded to admit in the record Ryan s i I testimony of yesterday. This was j I that Governor Snlzer had asked him I Should it be impossible to obtain a majority report from the entire com mittee, it Is proponed to take the bll' from the committee, by party caucus to tlie floor of the senate to press it, lot' passage during the present session Senate. Senator Hoke. Smith gave notice he at! would preBs his bill for a federal sys tem of agricultural extension work. House. Democratic leaders were confronted with the problem of holding a quorum during the consideration of the defi ciency bill. LIND HAS CONFERENCE AT VERA CRUZ PRESIDENT OPPOSES NEW SPOILS SCHEME Washington, Oct. 7. President Wil son indicated today that he did not fa vor exempting from civil service de puty collectors of internal revenue land deputy United States marshals, U,.1U 'provided in the urgent deficiency bill InxtllNu as passed by the senate. He told cal lers it was originally intended that to the Southwest where everything is so great, so vast. All through this re gion the traditions of Spain follow nia wherever I go and no Spaniard could travel here without being stirred to the very depths of his nature." In these words Don Juan Riano, Spain's minister to the United States, and for 24 hours guest of the city of Santa Fe and of its chamber of com merce, replied to the warm welcome extended to him. The occasion was a banquet given last night at the De Vargas hotel and attended by many of Santa Fe's prom inent men and women, who did all in their power to make the cultured Spaniard and diplomat whose wife Is an American girl, feel that old Spain is indeed held In high regard by New Mexicans. Arrives at 9:: 20. ' Don Juan and his secretary arrived on a special train from Lamy at 9:20, coming to New Mexico on the limited from California. He was accompanied from Albuquerque to Santa Fe by Col. J. A. Masslo, representing the state, and Hon. Jose D. Sena, representing the city. As the minister alighted at the sta tion he was greeted by President Henry H. Dorman, of the Santa Fa chamber of commerce, and by Samuel O. Cartwright, chairman of the ban quet committee. "I am delighted to be in Santa Fe, said the diplomat to the representa tive of the New .Mexican who walked with him to an automobile. "This air is so bracing tbat t dontW feel any, fatigue from the trip." I Arrived at the De Vargas, the min ister was met by Lieutenant. Governor K ,C. de Baca, who, in the absence of Governor McDonald, was the highest state official in the city; by Mayor Lopez and the committee he appoint ed, and members of the chamber of commerce, who extended another wel come to the diplomat. Don Juan was visibly pleased at the warmth of the FAMINE CHARGE O'SHAUGHNESEY WITH HIND . FEDERALS CHARGED WITH IUUIIUIU PDIICITV IT nilDllin joniy special agents snoum oe exempt-ihospilality extended, reminding him ot INHUMAN IKUtlll Al UUHANU. ,ed, because of their necessarily con-'his Own country. jfidential relations with collectors. J From his room at the De Vargas,' i ine civu service commissioners pro-.j.)on Juan could see the canitol rinnm Eagle Pass, Texas, Oct. 7, Federal .X'...-.. n i . . I l : tl'Anna Auolmw, 1 1, n nnnai I i n, n 1 i u to ' .-.on., irtsu, ut.. ,. iue siu.iu ito see senator itooi ami request ,. p.- ;actenZing the exemption as detrimen- abaling. Three unidentified bodies S to induce State Chairman Wm. Barnes j provisional capital, Piedras .Negras, tU tQ (hp pvi g(;n.ico objections cave nasueu asuore. rive uunureu ; to lnnuence uie itepuim;uu iiieinuei b ; ....v.. .-?, h. hi rsons are homeless. Heln f mm nut-1 nf the court to declare the imneach- I The constitutionalists had abandoned , , tested to President Wilson today, char- ablaze with many lights in his honor. side will he necessary. The steamships Victoria, Navajo and Corwin are safe at anchor seven miles out. Nome has been almost destroyed by a storm. All the south side of Front street Is gone. The sand hill is gone. i Two miles of territory next to the sea was devastated. No lives were lost. The storm that began Sunday night beating in from Bering sea was the worst ever known here. Men and women worked all night In the icy i water to save their household effects, i The electric light plant was wrecked and telephone service was cut off. The j loss is estimated at a million and a half dollars. There will be much suffering. Wint ' mnnf lirnaail Infra illnp-nl lftf-ifH HHP thrv I the City. hroueht. during an extraordinary i Vera Cruz, jhave also been raised by many organisations. Banquet Begins. It was exactly 10:30 when the ban quet hall, brilliantlv illnminaturl m,H I llAJiiit ifnllv iWnpnloH ii,lv. a. " -.- vw,t,iv. -villi 1 11 La i X Mex., Oct. 7. A report session of the legislature. i on affairs at the capital brought by The admission of this testimony : Nelson O'Shaugnessy, charge yesterday was stricken from the rec- : al or,!. - City, was laid before John Lind, the Ryan's story of the governor's al- j personal representative of President leged attempt to make peace with Wilson in an overnight conference. It Tammany hall on the event of his ' was said he brought no roseate pic trial was next given. ture of conditions but reported assur- Rvan said that Snlzer askel him to ances from the national palace that t Commissioners Mcllliennv nnrt C,nl- i - .j...... a .m uic fipautoii ling, je- :loway conferred with the president iceived the guest of honor and hi many hosts. There was not the slight- d'affairs ! ancI a" pffort t0 amend the provision the American embassy in Mexico j "UUDC "an 'PROHIBITION CAUSES I STRIFE IN COLORADO. lest difficulty or confusion In seating the hundred or more people at the var ious tables, each table having been numbered. The table decorations were most attractive. Masses of red and yellow dahlias. the Spanish colors greeted see Delancey Nicoll his father's attor ney and request him to see Murphy. He wanted me," the witness Earn, "to have Mr. Nicoll sway Mr. Murpny to call off this inquiry by getting his following to vote that the issembly had no right to Impeach him. He said Mr. Nicoll could be go-between and that he (Sulzer) was ready to do MARY BAKER EDDY'S ESTATE IS IN COURT Concord, N. H., Oct. 7. Under er is at nana, ana it win be impos-, whatever was right." sible to get in supplies needed. j "A statement which was placed in All the small boats on the beach , evidence, and which Ryan said was were destroyed. Five hundred houses ; dictated to him by a friend whom he have been demonished, and more are ' did not name, said In part: a i falling. : "The Renublican organization, as decision of the supreme court today j Nome, the famous gold camp on the such, will do nothing: it will give no Joiiah E. Fernald of Concord, was Bering sea, the most northerly city in advice, no order, and will leave every ordered to hold as ad.ninistr:toi the j the world, was built on a sandy sea ' Republican senator to do as he sees property of the late M-n. Mary Baker beach. In front of the town there is fit. The chairman says distinctly he Kf.dy the founder of Christian Science, an anchorage for ships, but steamers I will not permit any one, high or low, uiiti, trustees are appointed by thelj,. not make a landing. Cargoes and to speak to him on the subject." trobate court. j noaenaers urn landpd at an aertnl : Rvan was not cross examined. The court held that Mrs. Eddy creat- tramway station in deeD water. ThP The defense then opened its case, ed a public trust to be administered i r.H,.i,,i r-t , tv, ,. n.hini, calline Samuel A. Beardslev of Utica. dozen years aeo had a notralation of ' Judge Herrick said he . proposed to 20.000 is on the east side of Snake : snow tlle witness river, with a long finger extending to j the west along a narrow sand spit. RACE RIOT BREAKS i This sand spit was rich In gold dust OUT AT JOLIET, ILL. j and the early settlers built their cab- j ins there. Juliet, 111., Oct. 7. A race riot b.-oke . ! Fair elections would be held and early ' pacification of the country accomplished. i Mr. O'Shaugnessy returned directly to the capital, accompanied by his wife, who had Just returned from Europe. I Mr. Lind wil) remain in Vera Cruz. Unless Invited by the Mexican gov j eminent or instructed by President ! Wilson he will have no direct com munication with the administration, j If he has any representations to make he probably will communicate them : to the embassy. Denver. Colo., Oct. 7. Alexander Nishet, commissioner of safety, an nounced today that under the supreme 'the eye wherever it roamed, and chry- court necision necianng ine soliciting saninenmnis added to the beauty of of orders for liquor in dry territory ! the scene. illegal, he would stop the delivery of At the speakers' table sat Chief intoxicants in dry wards in Denver. -.Justice Roberts, toast master, and at This policy, if carried out. will pre-:hls right, Don Juan. Next to 'him sat vent sixty-one drug stores in dry United States Senator Catron and then wards obtaining supplies of liquor and Secretary of State Antonio Lucero. will also prevent the delivery of in-iTo the left of the toastmaster sat toxicants by brewers and grocers to j Lieutenant Governor de Baca, Hon. private patrons who happen to live in ; Benjamin M. Read and Attorney A. R wards where the sale of liquor is pro- iRenehan. hibited under the local option law. j At the smaller table to the right of Nisbet says he interprets the decision ! the toastmaster sat Mrs. William C of the court as meaning that the resi-! McDonald "tho fw i,i ,- Indications are. however, that there joent r a (1,'' wanl mu!,, '"' llis ,l(l" state," with a party of friends. Col by the First Christian Church scien tist, in Boston, under the court's super-v'sion. will be no further communications either direct or indirect. A number of mining men who ar rived here today from the state of Durango assert that in pursuance of their instructions the federal soldiers kill all wounded rebels and that one man was dragged from a hospital im mediately after one of his legs had been amputated, placed before a fir ing squad and executed. uor and carry it home himself that Beardsley offered to contribute $25".000 for "a client" to Sulzer and that the contri bution was declined. The court, by a vote of 29 to 24 then voted not to receive any testimony tending to show contributions were refused. i ,, , , . . ' lnn1minnmii Inn trt 7 - -Tin, cula out this afternoon when negroes tore' Washington. D. C. Oct. 7,-Every j 18 ,a,P Anthouv" N !f he Indianapolis American Associa- down the Jail in the village of Romeo, I available government wireless wa8 - oey for the late Anthony ition baseball club to G. A. Wahlgreen. !.T. C. McGWl and Jack Hendricks of NEGOTIATIONS IN SALE OF INDIANAPOLIS CLUB OFF i .Massie sat next to Mrs. McDonald. At j the table to the left sat another MURDERER OF MRS. GAY , member of the governor's staff. Col. ADMITS OTHER CRIMES. iBronson M. Cutting, also in uniform. Throughout the banquet hall one San Diego, Calif., Oct. 7. Budd Har saw beautiful women, superbly gown ris, a negro, who last night confessed jed and not a few wearing diamond the murder of Mrs. Rebecca Cay, ofitiaras. Los Angeles, told detectives today he ! At the other end of the room was a also killed Mrs. M. Haskins, of long table at which sat the supreme Compton, Calif., senie time ago, set court judges, with their wives, and the Coronado hotel In Los Angeles iat another table were seated the var or. fire and sent poisoned candy to anions members of committees of both woman in Ix)s Angeles. jcity and chamber of commerce. Harris told the police he had abso-! A Stringed Orchestra. easure of the oc- scourscd by Ra York, seven miles west, to rpscne nno nf !,..,.. j i Brady. ' - eijmtripitft wu, uicDoa(,rD wwaiUB Alan 1 , , , T, . their nnmher nno noc wan nnH ! ... .... . . .. Herbert H. Lehman of New Six deputies were sent to ih7 se briei tra-'ureP f 0o? 81"'' and immediate! v tlmhH f, ,i. . i Paf?n fund, testified he pave Sulzer forcements . .7 VT " - l 1 5,000 In cash on September 25, 1912, lately no reason for the murder of the j To add to the plea two women. He claims he was actual- casion music was d!s ed by an uncontrollable desire to kill, mirez's orchestra, the musicians oc The negro was acquitted when tried icupying seats at the eastern entrance for the murder of Mrs. Haskins. (Continued on page four). S LINCOLN BEACHEY KILLS LITTLE GIRL. Rochester, X. Y., Oct 7. While maneuvering in a new aero- plane at Hammondsport this af- ternoon, Lincoln Beachey swoop- X ed too low. His machine struck Ruth and Helen Hlldreth, daugh- SS ters of H. E. Hildreth, of New York City, killing the former and probably fatally injuring the lat- ter. uenver, wuicn was announcea rriaay. r was temporarily declared off today, j The purchasers and Sol Riser of Meyer SPEEDY TRIAL PROMISED ing station, saying the water front had j wi't hout any reservation. The gov- !and Kiser- owners of the Indianapolis j t-iuu, luiicu to agree on ueierreu pay- SLAYER OF MRS. REXROAT, ernor's attorney declared they propo ed to show that this was part of the money the governor used in Wall street. been devastated In a tidal storm The Red Cross appeared to extend its aid as soon as the needs could be learned. The revenue cutter Bear, new at Nome, can be used for bring ing about 150 people to Seattle. Of !cf Denver cannot pass an ordinance fleers here thought steamships which allowing hotels or restaurants weathered the gale in the sea out ol . teen ODen after midnight or on Sun- Nome would bring others. j day, nor can it adopt any law that will in any way annul any of the pro- COLORADO SUPREME COURT DECIDES AGAINST HOTELS. Denver, Colo., Oct. 7. The state supreme court announced today a de cision reached yesterday that the city ments. j Chicago, 111., Oct. 7. A speedy trial Mr. Wahlgreen said negotiations j for the murder of Mrs. Mildred Alli would be resumed later with Sol son Rexroat on September 25 was to Meyers, president of the club. day promised Henry Spencer, whose ! confessions of 20 murders, woven by to j SOUTHERN PACIFIC I ttn opium cloud dtimfounded the;th , ..uni uitMuuMjH-.. Taostmaster j m aumissiuu m me itexroai crime Windsor, Vt Oct. 7. Maxwell Ev-! is substantiated, he is known to have committed many of the large number t f burglaries he has confessed and there Is a possibility that he may have slain Mrs. Annabel Wight last Decern- years. I her. tc the banquet hall. To King and President. At 1 a. m. Toastmaster Roberts arose and proposed a toast to the king of Spain. It was drunk in silence. Then the Spanish national air was played, everyone standing up. A toast was next proposed to the presi dent of the United States. Everyone arose at the stirring strains of "The Star Spangled Banner," which filled visions of the state local option law. jarts. general counsel for the Southern The decision was rendered in the j Pacific railroad, died at his home here case of Vick Walker vs. the People 1 this afternoon, aged 51 years. He of Colorado. It applies to all cities! had been in falling health for three operating under special charters. Roberts then deliver ed n brief speech. He said: "Tonight, as citizens of New Mex ico, we are. assembled to -pay homage tc the distinguished representative of that great, renowned and Illustrious (Continued on page three).