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VOL. XV. NO. 233
BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, O CTOBER 16, 1913.
PRICE 5 CENTS
Sees Some Good
In Currency Bill
II BELIEVES CRISIS TO
Her Native Land
DC) V Mhul Un
HtrLY lot Wh
President Wilson and Cabinet Debating Three Manners of
Possible Proceedure, with No Decision Reached Still
Hope to Work Out Peaceful Solution Aid to Consti
tutionalists in North Is Among Moves Considered
Report Says Guaymas Entered by State Troops and Battle
on Victoria Evacuated by Federals Latter Claim
Victory Ovei' Rebels in Sinaloa Story of Execution
of Mine Manager Weiniger Cooly Told by Officer
MEXICO CITY. Oct. 10. That the
crisis between Mexico and the United
States which was almost readied yes
terday, is only temporarily delayed Is
the rt-neral feeling tonight among
Mexicans and foreisners.
While Nelson O iJaaushnessy pro-
fesses to expect no reply to the Wash-
inten memorandum nmi th fnrotm.
nffice kivs lher win h nnn f- ho
time being, it is still regarded as cer
tain that action on the part of Mex
ico will be necessary
It is not expected tho elections will
be postponed b reason of Huorta's
decree. Fede-ico Gamboa and Man.
uel Calero, presidential candidates,
:ire not abating their efforts to appear
to believe the elections, will bo held j
To many it would be no surprise! , MATAMORAS, Mex Oct. 15. Vic
should Mexico take coacilmtory afti- joria, capital of Tamaulipas. has been
iida Belief gaining groiwd that tvacuated ty the frferals acConiiG
otlier nations are inclined to fall in ...
Jinr- with Washington ss to further " P01-" at rfel,el headquarters,
policy toward Mexico, it it argued I Southward advance began by the
may cause Huerta to seek some rebels several weeks ago is believed
gronnd on wWch he can. with dignity, the cause
inert Washington half wa toward an
adjustment of the strained relat'ons.
THE VASHINGTON SITUATION
WASHINGTON Or'.. 15. Officials.
lip to tho hour of closing departments
todav, were without advices as to the
result of reported conference in Mex-
Ipo City of the entire diplomatic corns.
ltuerca s uecree, taxing unio nim.
self legislative as eli as executive ern nVtTOrt Hi8 successor In Mex-poM-ers
has annulled hope here that lco haB IIOt beeQ appointed
his rpgime will rp-cst?MIsh i const!- ,
tutional government or be able to
cope with the Increasingly vigorous
f.gbtlng of constitutionalists
Roth the president an-1 Secretary i
Rryan are considering tho poss'billu
of a more aggressiro course of ac-J
tlon. Three cethods have been sug-j
gpfted as open to tills goverrment
First The ever recurring sugges-j
tlon In official circles of a military
:ind naval deniontratlor, to serve as
n precautionary niovo In caso forcible '
policy is later riirod. although, now.
tho president and Ills advisors are,
rorcnniranng on a solution ior me
UEe of peaceful measures.
Second, Mnny officials think a se
ries of strong demands on the author
Uie? of Mexico to force immediate rescuing " ui m "- "
ellmiration of Iuerta would ramptcta toml,ed ,n tbe Universal Colliery,
tho record cf the Unitet' States In at- explosion occurred yesterday,
tempting to assist 'as uearett neigh- nas practically been abandoned
hors- the solving of the difficulties Report that a party tX. 29 bad bean
of Mexico. It has been suggested found ave In one of the galleries
that should such demands be ignored. Proved erroneous, -but a large number
the government vould be ju?Ufled In of bodies were encountered todaT
throwing its support to consUtmlon- No official reports have been Issued.
alits In the north.
Third. The United States cooi.t
formally announce IU absolute terml-
nation of relations with the Huerta
officials, leaving It to the constitu-
tior.nl and tho liberal e:ement in Mex-
ico City to see uro the elimination ot
Huerta and establishment of a pro-
visional government. hlle the
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urair ouu LAJ-fi,c u ts rtcvwuu.
MEXICO CITY. Oct, 13. Official re
ports describe two battles n which
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UiUir limit 7 i-w; .v n,..v.
a 3C bour engagement, which began
Modr.y near Elpotrora Sinaloa, 61
wr killed ard many wounded. Tlie,
iu.i. iit I
STATE TR00P3 IN GUAVMAS?
Railrosd Wire Brings puch Report night It was said the final vote woa'd
Street Fighting in Progress. Jproba.bly be taken in open session to-
morrow afternoon. No official con-
NOGALES. Oct 13. Sonora state flrmatlon of this report can be ob
Iroops forced their way Into Ouaymas talned. All dellberaUons today were
this afternoon, it Is said In railroad secret.
advices received tonight. Desperate
street flghUng Is !n progress.
It the rebels succeeded in entering
Guaymas. fall of the city s probable.
Jly occupying adobe buildings the
rebels will o.q almost equal advaa
trr w,Ul the federals.
EL PASO. Oct 45. The alleged
fu,nl of Samuel Welnegor. manager j
OI ml,ies al Batumi, uurango. to- et-1
nla'n t0 rebels bis alleged visits tal
Torreon, caused his eiecutlou." said;
Colonel Lozano. commander of tho
rebels at Maplmi, who killed Welns
per, upon arrhal here tonight Lo
zano added: "Welnegor wai of vio
lent temper and for this reason dl-
rcctty violated General Urbana'a
CLAIM VICTORIA EVACUATED
S. P. IN MEXICO LOSES H1NE
TUCSON. Oct 13. The resignation
of Major Charles Hine as vice nresl
dent and general manager of the
Southern Pacific in Mexico, wlil be
jbui - ptlned here tomorrow. It la of-i
fective immediately. Major Hine is j
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.f .i,u ,,- ronii. Vnrtn.
NOW CLAIMS TOLL OF
LIVES OF 368 MINERS
Fire Breaks Out Again En-
aJn&er3 Determine to Aban
don Further Rescue
CARDIFF, Oct. 13. All hope
f . t Ah a W wlrt na tfift
which has caused mucn comunrou
rir f,mV nut anpw this afternoon
and is still raging Nq further signs
of life are in the pit Late tonight. the UnXa 0f tho WllmttBMa
bodies had been recovered, while ciUD wi,ere tho compeUUon tor tte
35S miners are still missing. woman's golf championsnip was
The shift that went Into tbe mlneopflned today. Added interest is given
yesterday numbered 931. The en- the tournament this year by tne par
con-,glneers hxve decided to deTOte their . tlclpaUon of two of the most noted
fft tn aubinlnc the fire. s they wnmfn tolfers of Great Britain, iney
.r1.r u iobIpss to nersist in rescue.
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SULZER DECISION TODAY
Report Has It That Final Vote win
.. Bo Taken This Afternoon
AT.ttANY Oct. IS. The probable
fate of Governor Sulzcr will be
known by tomorrow night. When the
court of Impeachment adjourned to-
Bisbee temperature yesterday bJsb,
78, low, S4. No precipitation.
DIPLOMATS OF SIX LANDS
ASK WARSHIPS TO MEXICO
MEXICO CITY. Oct. 15. DIplo- I
matlc representatives of Great
'Britain, France, Spain. Cuba, Gua
, temala an Norway, in confer&nce
today decided to recommend tbat
their goernments send warships
to Mexico for the purpose of af-
fording legation guards should
conditions require. A member of
the diplomatic corps made this
statement tonight. He also said
. there was recommended a waiting '
attitude In the matter of Mexico's
! reply to Washington.
AMERICANS WIN AERIAL RACE
Take Both First and Second Places
In International Event
PARIS, Oct 15. Official announce
ment was made today of the ietoiy
of the American balloon Goodyear in
the International race for the Jams
Gorden-Bennett cup. The last com
petitor, the Frankfurt, representing
Austria, is reported landed near Sou-
geal. en the English Channel.
'American aeronauts also obtained
second place with a balloon piloted
re-lb' CapL H. E. Honeywell, while Italy
with balloon of Slguor
S120,0C0,000 I. C. BONDS
President Markham Says Money
Needed W. A. Harriman Put
CHICAGO Oct. 13. In the annual
meeting of stockholders of the 1111
nols Central today. It was decided to
hold a special meeting November 14
to consider floating $120,000,000
bonds. President Markham .proposed
the issue be to refund previous issues
151,000,000: to purchase lines south I
of the Ohio, $42,000,000; for imple
Retiring directors were re-elected
William A. Harriman. son of the late
E. H. Harriman. was elected a direct
or to succeed the late A C. Hack
staff. DEFRAUDED WOODMEN
PORTLAND, Ore.. Oct 15. Jam;s
C. La France was found guilty ic-
i-i, f .lofmudlnir the Modern Wood
men of America of $300. by "planting"
. i. iqi- ami inter rol-
lcctlng insurance by representation
of the bod' as his.
EPISCOPALIAN FAVOR FOR JEWS
NEW YORK, Oct. 13. The ritual
murder trial at Kiev, Russia, Is con
demned In a resolution adopted today
by the house deputies of the Joint
clerical and lay body of the Protest
ant Episcopal church. They also
jtook steps to amend the prayer doo,c
(by eliminating a passage wherein
Jews are classed with Infidels and
Turks as heretical.
GROUNDWORK IN EATON TRIAL
PLYMOUTH. Oct. 13. A short
session today in the trial of Mrs.
Jennie May Eaton, for the murder cf
her husband, dealt with positions of
different buildings on the Eaton farm.
Rooms In the house were outlined to
the jury, which left view premises.
WOMAN'3 GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
WILMINGTON. DeL. Oct. 13. Th
eyes of all women who are Interested
not merely In golf but in any form ot
l Mnor athletics for women will be
lurned during the present week upon
ara miss Muriel Dodd. the present
nrttlsh title holder, and Miss M5?1 pun:,U Cantu-erl Near Mexi
arr4on. three times winner of theinjaD V-aptu.ea lNear IViexi
The championship tournament, was
Degun today witn an " "
piay, qnaUfylns round, the beat 3.
becoming eligible for match Jltf.w
mnrrnv the first match round will be
- j, 0fl with a consolation event foimada a statement In which he admits
o -bo fall to reach ane aesireu
coaL Besides the secona rouuu
Wednesday there will be ar. lS-hole
match play handicap against bogey,
while on Thursday. In addiUon to the
third match play handicap approach
ing and rmttlng contest win oe neiu.
Coincident with the semi-final, round
on Friday there will be a. ioursom-
competition, ot scratch baste, while
femrsomes wiU be run off In conjunct
tlon with the decisive test oa Satur-
r . dflHHB,
j' Princess Michel Murat.
' The Prince and Princess Michel
Murat of Paris are now in this
two weeks' visit. The
rincess was Misi Helen McDonald
Stall,, o HoiifrriTt nf TMrminrJ Tv I
!s ii 7 t Vr i fr-C y
Stello of New ork. The prince u
Srfi.. iSiif iSSS
'hrat: fimn tho nrinrpi infl returned
to her native land since her marri
bj to the. titled Frenchman last
EIGHT INJURED WHEN
FELL IH ALBUQUERQUE1
rWlvl TnmKUJ t Wr,l;Ja, -
Attraction Good Luck
Prevented More Than Se
ALBUQULP.QrE, Oct. 1C. -- Eteht
were injured when the stand at the
motordrame, a carnival attraction, col-
tf the first Napoleon. Thk is his mo's captain and officers and the fSt . repetition otThe
;.;! a m-! t, tiit. to thn lrrn.-s wm mano ih iif.,hnto n.. i na aeeireu inai a repetition ot me
lapsed at 8:30 tonight. 'men with him, entered a damaged Abraham Ruef In an attempt to In
Two sections of the stand feH,'W?boat and shewed it was possible ' duce J. C Handy for $30,000 'to re
throwing those who were standing on to rl(le the seas- Second officer Von turn to Arizona and swear to a war
th, ! o ,mMi , , r . Carsberg, of the Grosser Kurfuersi. rant charging Francis J. Heney witf
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the street. Many escaped without a!
scratch and those who were hurt were
only bruised or reported
ankles or knee.
W. J Hyde, a blacksmith, probably
received the most consequential in-
jury. Dr. U G. Rise, who attended
him, said he could not tell now wheth-
n. his. -.nkio , iv nnrs.in.wt r
broken. The others who wero hurt
Tony Mckelbach, sprained right log.
Allen Douglas, sprained ankle.
Mrs. F. W. Temple, foot Injured.
Frank Malamer, of Jemez Springs,
Malamer was under several persons
who fell and his escape from se
rious injury was remarkable.
Councilman J. Ar Sldnner, Mrs. Shin-
ner and their son Jataee, also fell. Tho'
son was unhurt. Hn. Skinner was
shocked and the councilman's tJiklo
-PUTS BODY IN RIVER
can Bovder Admits. Foul'
Murder at San Francisco
EL CENTRO, Cal.. Oct, 13. It is
said All Jvhap,..the Punjab captured
near the Mexican border today, has
having slain Rosa Domingo, the Por
tugese, girl whose body was found in
San Francisco bay Oct. 5. Shortly
afterward the prisoner was .started
for San Francisco. I
"I strangled her," he said "because
she refused to go away with me. I
eltd her oy a,, hands, threw her
dcwn ,, strangled- her with my
on. heroeck." .
After strangllngUie girl, wrapped
the boy3Hn a blanket and threw it
jn the rJver,
New York Receives 105 of
Those Rescued fropi the
Volturno Bring Stories
of Splendid Deeds
Captain Inch, Officer Lloyd
and Engineer Pinsch Won
Particular Credit Bravery
of Lloyd Set Example
NEW YORK, Oct. 15. New Yom
took in and sheltered today the fini
surviors of the steamship Volturno
to arrlte in this country. 103 in num
ber, brought by the Grosser Kurfv
erst, the north German 'Lloyd l.ne.
that sent the first rescue boat careen
Ing across the heavy seas' tc remove
passenger and crew from the bum-
I rvui we uys ui tu vouuruo sur-
Ulvors came descriptions that accen
Ficm the lips of the- Volturno sur-j
tuatea the heroic conduct of the Vol-
forth from other ships.
Explosion ' of a drum containing
chemicals was the cause of the lire,
according to the stcry of Waldron
j Disselman, third officer of the Vol
' turuo. Disselman gave a thrilling
I narrative of the long hours spent on
'the tire ridden ship, lighting flames.)
j repairing the crippled wireless plant,
i lowering lifeboats, quieting tbe panic
(stricken, steering the vessel by hand
from drlltlng hll. thei
unning too high for the
t rtnm uliliin rtn
Waves' were runn
, , ... .c ...., r. Dan, -f lnnT from such causes as
small craft of other ships to acc;m-,neys
tbe journey to the Volturno's
More than 80 passengers were.R. IJ. Mott, of Oakland, to intimidate
burned to death when cut off by the
flames, Disselman sa8. '
Ranking well up with tbe bra ve.-y i
displayed -by Captain inch of the Vol-'
turno were the feats of daring of
several of his officers, among thm
Second officer Lloyd. When the res
cue boats failed to arrUe in response
to Inch's wireless. Loyd. takins fojr
trtlil (Ho -t F h rnr I fmrA anJ lilc
i ms fc"t iikui J VJ m isn kiiuj u OIIU ms
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j "We saw a light it was Lloyd's'
pocket lamp dancing on top of the
waves." said Von Carlsberg "It
a short time tte Volturno's boat
teached us. Second Officer Uoyd anl.
I his crew had no sooner boarded tbe'
Kuerfurst than their boat sank,
ing nearly filled with water."
risked his life in other ways
When the foremast threatened to top-,
pie. It was Lloyd who climbed to the!
wireless aerial and mended it so that,
LUlilUJUlUVdllUU I'DUIU UU UIU1UUUUC
Mifh thr hin rwon,ii nni
fell 20 feet, wounding his forehead.
This was before he took bis crew of
four and entered the Volturno's last
Third Engineer Alfred Pinsch was
another hero, refusing to desert his
flame threatened engine room until
ho received orders from Capt. Inch to
do so. Then Pinsch donned his best
uniform, pocketed! his engineer's cer'.
tlflcate and five soverlgns. and
Jumped overboard. He was rescued.
TIMOTHY WOODRUFF'S FUNERAL
Many Prominent Persons Participated
Yesterday in Brooklyn
NEW YORK, Oct. 13. 1-eaders of
the progressive party and other
prominent men today attended the
funeral of Timothy U Wcodroff,
former lieutenant governor. Services
were held at tbe residence of his
sister, Mrs. Rodney Ward, In "Brook
lyn, and at the Central .Congregation
al church. ,Rev. S, P. Cai'man deliv
ered the eulogy. Burial -was tn
Greenwood cemetery. Ajncng, the
honorary pall 'bearers -re Chauncey
a. Depew, Theodore Douglqs Kobln
son, Geo. W. Perkins and Frank A.
KIEV MURDER TRIAL
KIEV. Oct. 15-ExamlnaUon of wit
nesses conUnuetr today in the trial of
Mendel Beillss accused of a "ritual
murder" DetecUve Polistchuk charg
ed Krassovsky, former head of the
Kiev detective service, "with poison
ing Eugene TcheberlaJc and his .lit
tle sister, who It Is. alleged, saw
Beillss dragging off Yusklnsky.
Frank A. Vanderlip.
Frank A. Vanderlip, president of
the National City bank of New York,
appearing before the senate bank
ing committee, criticized adversely
certain points of the pending cur
rency bill, notably the independence
of the regional reserve banks, the
character of the note issue plan and
the section compelling all national
banks to become members cf the pro-
banks to becor
. He found many excellent nudities
I brought it about would be impossi
ble ur. the proposed banking sys
tenx REVIVES DR. HANDY CASE
Slander Action of Alleged Craftir.p
.Lawyers Brings Up Old Heney
Matter ' -
OAKLAND, CaL,. Oct. jp. Alleslnj
c&nsp.racy on the. pan of the attor-
tlCVJ TJu 0P1I llnt-rnti nml Mnf tint'
Woodworth, of San
Elizabeth M. Hall of Modesto. Into
paying them $8,500 with threats of
sending her to prison for violating
postal laws. Deputy District Attorney
Decoto today filed answer to suit for
$10,000 slander damages brought
against him by Harron.
The answer further alleges that
Harron in 190S acted as agfent fcr
Tn iit ii r tr ta fit f VlttP Tr VTiTfl V
niuiuvuub ttn 4uhk, . aa.uuj.
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OF SEVEN DWELLINGS
IN ANOTHER BAD FIRE
vjr;n J Carries Burning Em-
1 AH PV m.
'is in A!l Uirections
Shannon Hospital Saved
CUFTON. Oct. 13. 'Another dis
astrous fire today was checked be
fore far greater damage than might
have been done. Seven 'dwellings
are in ruin tonight JirSouth Clif
Tbe fire sta.rted in a house owned
by L. A, Burtch and quickly spread.
a strong wind carrying burning em
bers. Jn a few minutes the fire was
Firemen gave up direct attack and
confined efforts to stopping the tire
before Shannon hospital was reached.
This they barely did. -" "
JUDGE 13 ATTACKED-
Militants Resent Sentences With Hail
Of Vegetbles In Glasglow
Court Room .
GLASGOW. OcL. 1. Two militant
suffragettes. Margaret Morrison, an
artist, and. Mrs. Smith, a physician,
w!ere sentenced today to eigit months
Imprisonment for attempting July 21
to ?t fire to tbe residence of ihe
late Sir John Bfulr.
There was a wild scene in court
when the judge pronounced sentence
Irate suffragettes hurled vegr-tas
and apples at the Judge, arid -ang the
"Marsellalse." Three women were
TO PUT THE LID ON DETROIT
" DETROIT, Mich.. Oct. 15. If thei
plans ot lolice Commissioner Gilles
pie are effectively carried out. Detroit
will be entitled to call-hersef a "vice
less town" after tomorrow. t
German Delegate Keeps Chair
Busy Opposes 80 Per
Cent American Employes
Kenny Bill Is Endorsed
Blacklist Bill Due Today
Fight Expected Prohibi
tion Swatted Again Hunt
The Arizona Federation of Labor
yesterday rndorsed the Kenny bill,
requiring that all foreigners em
ployed In mines mut.t understand s:if
ficient English to be able to convey
orders intelligently from one part ot
the workings to another, but drew the
line on the proposed amendment re
quiring SOCf of all mine employees
to be Americans.
Bringing up of the ill and amsnd
ment precipitated a lively light,
which continued during the greater
part of the sessions. At the end ihe
endorsement of the bill without the
amendment carried 25 to S. In the
mean time notice was served by Dele
gate Oberst-that adoption of the, 80
per cent idea would mean his with
drawal ftom tht organization. He
added that there would bs a great
many others go with him. and had
the support of several on the floor
Jn this contention. Mr. Oberst, a
German citizen became much excit
ed during the discussion and the
chair ', called him to order several
times The rebukes were Ineffectual.
OberSet continuing "act! vo to tW'tDr-"
The 0 amendment went back" to
committee and It is said will 'be
brought out in new form unless a
spake is injected In the wheel from
some quarter. One delegate In talk
ing about it last night said that Hs
adoption would disrupt ,every union
in the state, thj percentage of for
eigners in the unions feeing large.
The blacklist bill, which Is under
stood to bo due to como out today, is
a'so apparently booked for hard slpi
ding. This bill wculd make any
canner of corporation effort to select
its employees subject Jo referenee3
from previous places of working, .i
felony. There were rumblings
against this bill yesterday. Indlca
irns are that there are Federation
lelcgates who alne references and
recommendations they carry oai for
mer employers anC which would lie
good to secure them employment
wherever they might want to go.
Delegate Paul White developed tho
silver tongue of the day. but It ava.l
ed nothing Mr. White's eloquence
v.as in endeavor to get the conven
tion to withdraw from its atUtude of
Tuesday with reference to killing tae
prohibiten in Arlzoau resolution.
Mr White painted some beautiful
word pictures but failed utterly to gt
the serious attention of his hearers.
His resolution went to committee,
and will stay there, a act tho orator
bemoaned last night, for he said tlio
copv the committee had was the cml
one extant and they would not glva
it back to him. He felt bis loss keen-
'yThe Federation air continues
charged with polU.cs. A lot of It wll
be worked off tonight at the .
Senator Vorsley. who said ?Urday
morning that ha would leave BlsSes
,TtTe evening, retired to hi rom M
the Copper Queen hotel last ntgflC
about 11. In the evening he had a
conference with a Federation leader
in which he advised the IeavlnSjot
politics out of tie session. It was a
ferred from the manner ot his re
marks that he hoped to get a line an
what the leader thought, but rtat
gentleman only listened. Sabseuqent
ly he was reported as saying that It
was to the Interests of the senator
under prevailing conditions Jto have
politics left out.
Contrary to report circulated yes
terday that Gov. Hunt, who ijas been
at BeBson, hai changed hl views and
would not come- to the smOKer te
night. a telegram reeelved here In.
the afternoon said that he would
come. He Is looked for sometime to
day. Sam Bradner In tne nrraame
has been taking good care of the
governor's interests. The governor's
advent, however, will be the bfg
' ng. Opinion as to whether he wi 1
keep off politics or announce his can
didacy is at variance. It win depend
upon reports he receives upon arrival.