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L NO THIRD DEGREE DEGREEHERE DEGREE DEGREEi
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I BRUTAL METHODS METHODSTO METHODSAREUNOERTHE
TO GET CONFESSION CONFESSIONI CONFESSIONARE CONFESSIONI
ARE AREUNOERTHE UNDER THE BAN BANa
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11 I Usually Did Sweating SweatingAsserts SweatingAsserts n nAsserts
Asserts Witness Before BeforeSenate BeforeSenate BeforeSenate
Senate Committee CommitteeNEVER CommitteeNEVERA CommitteeNEVERA
NEVER NEVERA A CASE HERE HEREADDS HEREADDS HEREADDS
ADDS SYLVESTER SYLVESTERChief SYL SYLVES VESTER T ER ERChief
I IChief
Chief of Police Po1iceaDd and Attorney Gen General General General ¬
eral Heard by Investi IiwestigatIlg Investigating Inestigating ¬
gating Board BoardTb B6tirdTIM Beal d dTbo
Tb TIM WIle of brutal method a otltods to t obtain obtaintabooed eIMaInCOnfe eMaInconfeeeioos
confeeeioos COnfe 6oas from pd pdeoaers oors ill i net only oatytabooed onlytabooed
tabooed but no instances of to use have havebeen llaveLeen baveteen
been reported in the prosecution IIO eeUttoa of Jwd JwdraI I + bd bdfra1 d dcral
cral raI cases case under the Secret Service or orin orin orin
in criminal 1 cases in the District DI trtet of Do Dolombia t1oIzmbla o
lombia lombiaThis 1 IzmblaThis unbia unbiaThis
This was the substance aab taace of testimony teednionygiven testimonygiven teethnoaygten
given this morning before a special specialcommittee apeelalomlldttee specialommlttee
committee of the Senate appointed ppO Itecl to toinvestigate toInveatlpte toin
investigate in ve ate the prevalence of socalled socalledx socalledhId
Third hId Degree methods and the sweating sweat 8W t t1ng ¬
ing x process processThe proceaThe pmceasThe
The facts taet were presented to the com committee eommi cornflitt ¬
mittee mi flitt tt by Attorney General George W WYiclfersbaIB
+ WicKersbam of the Department of Jug ¬
ice and by John E Wilkie WilkietaehWilkie taehWilkie chief of the
I I nited States Secret service who talk talkfd talkfdElso talked talkedsso < ti tialso
also sso from twentyfive years experience experienceus
us 5 a police reporter and by Richardplveater Richard Richardtiie Rtcbanttytnaer
tytnaer major antis 8UpednteNIeIK of ofthe t ttile
tile Metropolitan police of the District Districtof DI triet triett
of t Colombia > c
ColumbiaHeari ColombiaHeariag Heariag Eeari cEeari n3 n3The Ealiveaed BaliveaedThe EaliveaedThe
The ses seas > cn n tas as enlivened by Mr MrTVilldes MrWilkie MrY1lkIes
TVilldes recite recit reciois 6 of I iamtaa instances ties where he hehad hebad hebad
bad obtained obtaI Ied confessions 00I1t from counter counterfeiters couacrfeiten cuouKerfesters ¬
festers by the use of methods which he hesaid JMsaid liesaid
said newspapers next day had de described described do ¬
f scribed as Third Degree sweating sweatingThe 1WeatiDlThe sweatingThe
The words Third d Degree make a acomfortable a1mfortable acomfortable
comfortable newspaper headline Chief QdettVilkte ChiefTHUde ChiefVilk1e
THUde said and it is capable of about aboutas aboutas t tas
as wide w1 e an application as the mentkm mentkmof mdonf doa doaf
of f a piece of cheese Stoce I lour Ja itavo been beenthat beeain beenit
in the 8Wrice t vice I have read 1ft DCW1IIJIpe DCW1IIJIpethat nowa eper eperthat
that I sweated criminate erlninalabat but fa IL ILtnerally Wat Watgenerally + aet aetB
generally B W se I who did UM u uhell swotting ° PfiI
When hell asked cdhaln by Senator PHUHC a tc JR JRBrandegc RrandBEee II IIBrandegM
B Brandegc randBEee cbatrmaH of the theexactly c cexactly
exactly what he understood 1mder tooll cl1r the theThird UteThJrd theThird
Third Degree epee and Sweating Sweatingmoan to toIrIIaD toran
moan Chief WUkie replied repliedI
° I have never heard them used ofiaiiy of ofIToially oCda1ly
IToially da1ly Oenerally they are applied by byspecial byspecial J Jspecial
special writers and dramatists and andothers aalothers JIll JIllothers
others who do not know any thing aboutslice IIII about aboutM oUt oUtI
I slice JJ1ce meth metheda to any IIy mean 1ItMMl to tolotal1l tot
M lotal1l t tau am information informationThat btformatiolLThat InformationThat
That there must be some foundation foundationf
f < r 1 these newspaper DIW reports was the thevho
rlvnton 11 GD of err < SeBat Senator WWIam WW E Eo Borah Boraha BoIa BoIav
vho v ho questioned q1M CJoRed all U the > e wit witnesses nooses at atlength atlendh atlength
length lengthI
I T want at to ask a It whether in your exPrienex ex experience 8Xpnie ¬
perience pnie ee of twe tweIIIU8Ve tynve years as a po poreporter po1e po poic
< ic 1e < reporter in Chicago ChIea < < O you IOU IOUI1Y gained gainedany gatmedony
any > I1Y knowledge kDow of 0 the use u e of brutal brutalmethods bnt heutalmethods tl tlmetAoda
methods to force a confession Chief Chefikie ChiefTVikto CIdeCkle
TVikto ikie kle was asked ashedThere a askedThere ked kedThere
There were sporadic Instances lu taDee when whenLrutatlty wlleautatty whenL
Lrutatlty L utatty was charged but I was wasIonseat never aeverpresent neverpresent
present nor have I any personal kaowl Knowld kaowltdFe kaowltdae
tdFe < d e of anything yWnS of the kind going m on onanswered oaanswered aeanswered
answered the Secret Service Chief ChiefProves ChWPreves Chic ChicProves
Proves His Feist FeistThat PemtThat PeiatThat
That proves my point retorted Senzter Sen Senator SeAttr ¬
ator ttr Borah that men nmg maps It be subjeled subje sub subjected ¬
je jected ted to the w nwst JWP t indignant t outrages outragesajitl outra outraand ewtrageeand < <
and no way of provtng whether these theseeharres tbe8eehanefi thesearres
eharres arres a1 are e true or not is now pro proled prorlded proTided
Tided led Here is a man with twentyfive twentyfiveyears tweatftvtYlani twentyltvtTcars
years Tcars experience to closely acruttoiz acruttoizinp acrvdl serutimisin z zin
inp in a a greet gr Ere o poll poiJce department sad yet yetlie yetlIe yete
lie e has no personal per onal knowledge of wheth whether wtaetbe whether ¬
er e the numerous charges made ngBmrrt ap1Dstt aainsi aainsialai ngBmrrttnat
alai t hat department are a = e true or not This Thisoner TIdIishows Thisshorts
shows how hard it would be for a pris prisoner pris prisonerrho
oner onerrho who is mistreated either to prove provehe JIOve JIOvehe
he has Men threatened or put KIt under 1ID underdireeve eJ eJd
d dires direeveChief l ofIS ofISbier
Chief bier Wilkiecausedooniidersbklhugbd Wilkiecausedooniidersbklhugbdter WUkfe WDkJecaused caused considerable eoDtIIdarahieter hutgh hutghter
ter when he remarked It has beet ft8echarged beetcharged seei seeicharged
charged against me that I admlnisterec admlnisterecthe a ll lll8telel lll8telelthe
the sweating process processChief processChief II9Ce L LChief
Chief WHkie l Ddp said this sweating sweatinglasted sweati sweatiIastei swenUnghae3tei
lasted four hours and lid while Idle the prison prisonsat pdsonesat NiItoDe NiItoDesat
sat in a chair e r smektJIg smakta noktac a cigar he Ie e8cErnst die diemost tiltmost
most of the sweating sweatingIn e eIn
In this case as in most canes cue wh whet whets > r ronfuoBionti l ll
s l onfuoBionti nfeBoD are wctracted extrart ° CUef CtIM W11ki Wllkiaid Wilkiesaid W11kisaid <
said aid 4t it was to the prisoners prisonerstage prt prisonersto oDerat
age to for the tact act that t he Jte1Ed eoi eoiled erra erralea
led lea tithe the Judge to senteace seat sentence = e him hot fif fifteen Alteen fifteen ¬
teen years y Instead eacI of thirty thirtySylvester thirtySylftter thirtySylvester
Sylvester Testifies TeetihesA TestifiesAccording TtiiiesAceonIIBg
According A to t Major J jor Sylvester not f fmember ftwelve fr frtwelve
twelve years bas It been n cl1ant cl1antmember h a amember
member of the Washington Police De Dog Department DeartmeRt ¬
partment g artmeRt ajbused s busM a prisoner pri oaer for the pur purpose purose purI ¬
pose I ose of obtaining obta aiJlc a confeaeionOur confession confessionOur e Ioa IoaOur
Our rules specifically provide provi e tits titsPolice thsPolice Its Itsponce
Police Chief said that t at humane and andconsiderate andconsiderate 1Ml 1Mlonslderate
considerate treatment must be accorded accordedall accnle4a accordedail
all a 11 prisoners in this tl jurisdiction JnrfedictkmI
I regret re ret to say y that there is so much muchfmoke 1Ruekmoke muchsmoke
smoke moke of newspaper new paper criticism erttId m aimed at atpolice atf atIollee
police f llce methods In other cities I can canrnlv CIUII1h canr
r rnlv I1h nly suspect there mast m be an occasional CJCea oceasionatblaze i i11aZe
1 blaze laie As President of the International International1oiice lDtelDdoAllol1ce InternatloaalI
1oiice I mice Association 8ll8C1at Oll of this country I ILave Ihave Ihave
have taken occasion at our annual seal c ctentlora con conventions ooaentio ¬
ventions entio to condemn as forcibly ibly as Ia I Ifcivew Ik1eW
a fcivew how brutality in any y form ferastee Po Poire Poi
i ire departments everywhere are areawakening area areawakening
a awakening to realise that t their theiragainst deBJIrs deBJIrswit desUsetswith
wit with h prIIIoaen m1Jlft be a cue ef Wit Witagaln wtagainst
against agaln t wit witWEATHER I IWEATHER l lWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTli REPORTFORBCAST REPORTFOREST
li FOREST JRlSCAST leOR TSK DISTRICT D1STJUCTPartly DISTJtICTPartI7 DISTRICTPartly
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FactsBrou9ht Fads Brought Out Outln In Third ThirdDegree Tfz ThirdDegree rd rdDegree
Degree Hearing HearingBrutal Hear HearingBrutal ngr ngrBrutal
Brutal methods tc obtain confes confessions confessio coMessions ¬
sions sio s from prisoners pr so1ers are tabooed tabooedin tabooedin tabooedin
in the Secret Service and in incriminal incriminal incriminal
criminal cases in the District DistrictIt DistrictIt DistrictIt
It was generally I who did the thesweating thesweating thesweating
sweating says Chief Wilkie W kie in inspeaking inspeaking inspeaking
speaking of his examination of ofprisoners ofp ofprisoners
prisoners prisonersAttorney p prisonersAttorney soners sonersAttoruey
Attorney General George W Wick Wickersham WickershaIn Wickersharn
ersham and Richard Sylvester Sylvestertestify Sylvestertestify Sylvestertestify
testify before Third Degree Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate investigating committee cemmilteeChief ceInm1tteeChief committeeChief
Chief Wilkie speaking of his twen twentyfive twentyfive twentyfive ¬
tyfive years experience expe ence as a police policereporter policereporter policereporter
reporter declares he never per personally personally pertonally ¬
sonally knew of brutal treatment treatmentof
of prisoners in endeavors to ob obtain obtain ohtamn ¬
I tain confessions confessionsCOLLIli confessionsPRESIDENT confessionsPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT ESCAPES ESCAPESCOLLISION ESCAPESCOLLISION
COLLISION AT SEA SEAGerman SEAON SEAONTRIP
ON ONTRIP TRIP FROM lONE lONEGerman ZONEGerman
German Training Ship CutsAcross Cuts CutsAcross CutsAcross
Across Bow of Cruiser Cruiseri CruiserTennessee CruiserTennessee
i Tennessee TennesseeVESSEL TennesseeVESSEL TennesseeVESSEL
i
VESSEL AT FAULT FAULTIGNORES FAULTIGNORES FAULTIGNORES I
IGNORES ALL CALLS CALLSDisappears CALLSDisappears CALLSDisappears
Disappears in Dense Mist lYlistAdmit lYlistAdmitted Admit Admitted ¬
I
ted the Escape Was a aNarrow aNarrow aNarrow
Narrow One OneBAMPTOJf OneH OneHAMIToN
BAMPTOJf H < A N ROADS Ya Via Non r 22With rWk rWith
With Wk the t e arrival here today t cc C cI Srerf Srerfe Taeeilea
I lea e t Taft It bees beeame a known kJM wa th t tbt tat th thai tIIar6 the thearmored
ai ar6 armored muroa ervisor Tonnoocee TeIIIt8 E beech beecMg g the ltheheed > thebead tbe tbebe
bead be d of C the mtt JI niches dtMa n hareiy lMtreI eeoped pea e ool oolItekm 0811I M Mlislen
Itekm 1I Ioa Friday night at sea about 161 161m1es K Kmiies A Amites
mites south of CubaThe Cuba CubaThe c cThe
The Tennessee was steaming at the therate t therate e erate
rate of eighteen knots kJMt an JI hour follow foltowed foIlewell followed
ell ed 1 110 I69Q 09 yards yar > J behind behl by her sister sistership sleterlp slatership
ship lp and convoy BVOY the Moataaa Xo taaa About ADetitnlt AbeetU
11 nlt 9 p m a tropiiial deluge of rain raIaieIIred ob obaevred obscured
aevred the the moon JBO r and made the view viewthick viewtJ viewthick
tJ thickAs thick thickAs ek ekAs
As the rain was clearing g away a way aa aaeCneer 811eltleer assffleer
eCneer aboard the Tennessee Te esse8 rcarfe M e o eat 4MItUte eatthe t tthe
the lights of a a We 811 veeeol Ve eI IM yards yardsaway Yardsaway ranI6away
away and directly aeress 8 S the hew sew of the thecrufeer tilecruiser thecruiser
cruiser Her captain ptala appareatly saw sawthe swt sawthe
the t e danger in time and swung away awaydisappearing awa awadioapp W WcP9JtllsariBg >
dioapp disappearing oaring in the t e mast Bd t before he eouid eouidbe 0MdiiIbe eeuiebe
be spekea spekeaIt 8IHtk8RIt apekemIt
It is l believed Deli vad that the vessel was the theGerman theGennaa theGerman
German training ship Freya She did tikiDOt didnot j
not respond re pe d to wireless calls callsadmitted eaJILTiIat callsThat
That the escape pe was a 1II narrow now one is isad isadadtted
admitted ad dtted At the rate of speed the theTe theTennessee i iTennessee
Tennessee Te Re86ee was traveling it would have havebeen havebeen ve vebeeB
been difficult to have avoided a come comeon coils coIJteOft coilson
on with the Montana coming ahead ahead1AM aheadIMt
1AM yards yar s behind A ooHtoloH eMSl Ien would wouldnevitabty wouldnevttably wouldnevltabty
nevitabty have ve caused a as impact of ofthree ofbJlee ofThree
three vessels y vesselsPresident i iPresident
President Pres 4ent At Old Paint PaintFORT PeintFORT PelntFORT
FORT MONHOB Na01i Var v Va Nov ° 3Presl 3Presl3ent Pres Presieat Preel PreelJeat i
ieat Taft is back en United States tes testo soil souagain soilgain I
again to the thunder thunder t uJK1 r of twentyone twentyoneruns twe twentyonesues tyoe tyoeUaS
runs UaS from Fort Monroe the t e armors armor armord
4 s d cruiser Tennessee Tenss88 bearing De riBg the Ex Erc Excntivee
cntivee c tive e dropping tireIJ IDg anchor off 0 < < Old Point Pointt
t 11 11Jt today todayThe toda7The todayThe
The Executive wttt come ashore at 3 3tcleok 3jcleek 3i
i tcleok and at 439 take train for Rica Ricanond RlchuoBd Richuoad
nond He will t remain at the Virginia VirginiaJipttal Virginiaapital kgtala kgtalaapUl
Jipttal over night Tomorrow morning morninge
e takes breakfast breaitfast with Governor VerD l Mann Manntnd MILDI1 MILDI1uMl Manncud
cud after a brief view of the battle battleielde battlefields baul bauliel
fields iel will address the Virginia Vschool Vschoolrs school schoolBackers ac ool oolaehers
Backers rs convention He e wttl return to toashlngton toasblDlteR t tSince o oluston
ashlngton luston in Life afternoon afternoonSince afternoonSloee afternoonreturn
Since teavins ieavieg Charleston on a S C7 c on onovember onovember onovember
ovember 1ft tee President Taft has travel travelV trY trYmUe travel
V 5 St miles mUe = s and ad been on the thesea thesea thesea
sea nine days daysWhen day dayWhen daysWhen
When the Executive came OP deck decktoday dec decL decktwiny
today to t view the famous Hampton HamptonEoads HamptonR HamptonRoads
Roads R L he looked the picture of health healthThroughout heltILTJtroggheut hesithThroughout
Throughout thew the whole w ole of his Is trip the thePresident thePre thePresident
President Pre Went was in wireless communba eommunlCation communbation commUB commUBtIon
tion with Washington and Dd practically practicallydirected practicallydirected K1iCtIcallydirected
directed the Government G ver meat from midocean mid midocean mldocen
ocean On the return trip he e dictated dictateda dictatedOOdly
a goodly OOdly part of his annual message 4Ite8SAgeHeavy oneesagsHeavy messageHeavy
Heavy weather off 0 < < the northern coast coastof ce coastof st
of 0 Florida lIorWa on Monday merely erely furnished furnishedan
an opportunity for the President to toshow tosltew toshow
show that t t he vas IS a geed sailor He en enjoy en enjoyed enJOyed ¬
joyed joy nd the blew and spent most of o the theon t theay e ey
ay > > on deck dockLEGALLY deckLEGALLY deckLEGALLY
LEGALLY DEAD DEADBUT DEADBUT DEADBUT
BUT MUCH ALIVE ALIVECJLRTISLK ALIVECARTISI ALIVECARTdSLIZ
CJLRTISLK CARTISI Pa Nov 22 After fter being beingtfceat beingh beingeDt
tfceat h eDt from rem home for twentysir years yearsinring j jteriae
teriae mJ which W leA time he was declared Ie lepHtty ieta
pHtty ta Y dead ti George C Best Mt formerly fO IY a at aeeldeat j i ieaUeat
eaUeat t in the eastern part Hart of f Cumber Cumberi Camberte
I IUI
i UI te d county C 9nty appeared in Carlisle yea yeseadav yeaerday Y I Ie
eadavAt erday erdayAt
At the e time that Best was was declared declaredujifl declaredcod i iea4
cod fry the t e courts his fathers estate estatesettled estateas i ias
as settled settl and his wifes Iles estate te was wasJso wasiso I IIso
Iso settled on the premise e of his death deathBest deathPet
Best told his friends and nd his brother brotherMtonh brotherJtk brotherystithat
ystithat Mtonh Jtk that he has been working In the theit
V Fest 5L His brother will see that tit at he gets getsViiO gets1AiO getslgiii I
ViiO representing his share s are of his hisfathers hisatAers Ifsathers
fathers estate
estateA
A A New Train TrainThe TrainTAe TrainThe
The Southerns S Seytheastern < Jtheastern theast Limited LI Ltrpitedor LimitedIT lted
81 or IT ColoraWa Alkaji Anpista Au Auntsta Savan Savaniah Savan3ah Sevanxb
iah Jacksonville he belnnmg innffig Nov STth STthteave ith ithLeave ithLeave
Leave Washington va Ington 698 6 > > p m daily all via via1Southern VI viaSeuUtern viaSouthern
Southern Railway Ra1 way Through T ntugk electricallyitghted electrically electricallylighted eI y yItghted
Itghted sleeping cars ars Southern S th 11 Rail Railway R RWily Ballway ¬
way Dining Cars CarsA Carsadvt Advt vt
NATIONAL WAR WARFOR WARFOR
FOR GOOD ROADS ROADSON ROADSON
ON IN EARNEST EARNESTAmerican EARNESTAmerican
American Association for forHighway forHighvay forHighway
Highway Development DevelopmentFormed DevelopmentForm DevelopmentFormed
Formed Form d This Morning MorningTAKES MorningTAKES j jTAKES
TAKES IN MANY MANYSTATE MANYSTATE
STATE SOCIETIES SOCIETIESLong SOCIETIESLong SOCIETIESLong
Long List of Persons of National NationalImportance NationalImportance NationalImportance
Importance Lend Support to toOrganized toOrganized toOrganized
Organized Movement MovementBetter MovementBetter I IBetter
Better reads r to J every section of the theUnited t theUnited e eUalted
United States was the slogan adoptedtoday adopted adoptedtoday adopted104IY
today w when the American Association Associationfor AssooiatloRfor Associationfor
for Highway Improvement its membership mem membership mCJRbenlhiIJ ¬
bership embracing representative repreti6ntat1v man manwho meaw menwho
who w o d do things thlDf > > was organized at atmeeUag a ameeting ameeting
meeting at the Cosmos Ce mos Club Railway Railwayofficiate RailwayetftclaJll Railwayofficials
officiate civil engineers automobile automobilemanufacturers automobileurenJ automobilemanvfacturers
manufacturers urenJ High Government evennumt ofa ofadala offlda18 of ofdais
dais and publicists were among thoe thoewho tho thowRo tholewho
who gathered tltered in the common C mmO1 cauSe of ofgood ofgood ofgood
good sends and gave the t e movement movementsuch meOIIIoDtsuch rnevemtentsuch
such an Impetus a all it never Bas re received r rcetved recalved ¬
calved before beforeThe beloreT1te beforeThe
The mornfctg session se ° of r the associa meeclatloe association as ct cttJon ¬
tion w WIN s devoted to the details of ef eft etfeedl1f effeedng
t eedng a live working organization organizationwhore orgaatzaUonwIN organizationwhr
wIN whore e influence ae stall extend ext lMl north northeast northe northeast
east e st south and west and w whose Si aim aimis aimIa aimis
is to eooBorate te with all agencies now nowat BOWat nowat
at work to Improve ve the t puWte highways highwaysof ig ways waysoC
of e f thfe thlonetts thlonettsMany wttou wttouMany u
uMany
Many Big Names NamesMen NamesYeA NamesMen
Men like W W Ffnley 1tD 8Y president of ofthe ott ofthe
the t e Southern railway W C Brownnpreedeat Brown Brownpreside BqwnJMefWeat
preside JMefWeat at of the t e New York Central Centrali Centralhues
Uses It Lolls Hill president pre8l eat of the Great GreatNorthern GtetN GreatNorthern
Northern N < < tltenI Dr E J J James president presidentI
of the University of 0 Illinois IUin is A A G GSpaJdteg Gr GSpalding
Spalding James r S Harlan of the In Interstate InterE1ate Interstate ¬
terstate Commerce Commission CemDds 6ea and andJaiMK andJ andJaawa
JaiMK J UeCrea president NesWent of 0 the PORn PeansfjivaBte PORnsivaJII Pennsylvania
sfjivaBte sivaJII system gave their support support to today today today ¬
day either eft er ta parson or by letter or ortelegram ortelegram
telegram to the association and its pro profirst prope5M proposed
posed week werleThe weekThe
The constitution as adopted at the thefirst theefirst
first meeting today declares that thatTb thatThf thatThp
Thp Tb Thf > > obj object ct of this association as eelatlon Is to toharm teJta tibarmnise
harm Jta barmnise iUso and correlate o nelate all eOartSjSorJtfee euel tta ttafor
SorJtfee for tJMtlMpreYement tike Improvement of pu public fella1 roads roadsto roadsto
to the end that at ade adeCDt nat to and D4i etude etudeme eWcleIU effieiegtAt
me At C road construction edge ui tnletfD retip adrn adrnttoB adnstt adnsttglom
tkrittloll glom and 4 maintenance ma1BteDl ce may mayadopted 1t imadpLei
adopted in aU of the States StatesT
T The e headquarters 4Iqrers of the association associationwill associationwill
will be in Washington Sver aver State StateIn StateIn Statein
In the Union it is proposed propos snail b11 be berepresented berepr8fHtRted berepresented
represented upon the committees comI ttees of ofthe orUae ofthe
the organization Etr and a campaign of ofgeneral org ofgeaeral
general g education e ocatJo and publicity bar having bsvlag barlag ¬
lag for it Us object the securing of oflegislation ottlon oflegislation
legislation tlon that will work for the bet betterment Itetten bettorment ¬
torment ten ent of the highways has been beenlaunched beealauRCbecL beenlauacheL
launched
Officers Are Elected ElectedThe EIectedTite ElectedThe
The officers t rs of the association associationnamed assoo1atlODDZIMd associationnamed
named by b unanimous UJMLDh o s vote v te today are areLogan areLeg1LR areLogan
Logan WaDer Page director of the theoffice theoffice e eelnee
office of public roads president p ldont Tvll TvllMasa WuliJB Wil WilUam
Masa C Co Brown Drowlly president of the New NewYork Newy NewYork
York y ck Central vice president treas treasurer treas1Ir treasarer ¬
1Ir urer Lee McClung who also al o is isTreasurer 18Tle68rer IsTreasarer
Treasurer of the United States seo seoretctry seeretry seoretary
retry J E Pennybaeker jr chief chiefeiark ch chlbfclerk f felMk
clerk of the Bureap of Road Mansemeat Managemeat
meat Department of Agriculture na national BBtioal nations ¬
tional organizer orgt er W D Brown editor editorof e4lterof editorof
of the R F F D News NewsThere Nr NewsThere = ws wsTJaere
There is in 1 addition a board of di directors directors dlrectors ¬
rectors of twentyfive members of ofwhich efwblch ofwhich
which Louis Hill is chairman an ex executive exC11tve executive ¬
ecutive committee a ways and means meanscommittee moaBSco meanscoamittee
committee co mlttee and lid various other commit committees oomndtte3 commitiota ¬
tees who will begin the active workot workof work workof
of securing improved highways The Theseveral Tit Tit2everal Theseveral
several committees will report tenta tentative tentatlve tentative ¬
tive plans at t the meeting of the as associa asOCItIoB assodaxlon
socia OCItIoB > > ioa this afternoon afternoonLegislatures at afternoonLegislatures rDOon rDOonLegislatures
Legislatures Interested InterestedMr
Mr Harian and Mr Fennybacker PeDnybackerwere Pennybackerwere
were elected temporary t ID rary chairman and aDdseClletry andsecoetary
secretary respectively respeetiv ly of todays meet meetings meetIng meetlug ¬
lug In welcoming the volunteer dele delegates delegates
gates Director Page called attention to tothe totile tothe
the fact that there Is at present pr Sont netperfet neta net
a perfect road roe law in any State of theUslos the theUnion theU
Union U But five States he said would wouldconsider wo wouldconsider k1 k1consider
consider good roads legislation at their theirapproaching tlI6Irpproacbt theirapproaching
approaching pproacbt legislative l sessions sess1onsUlahl sess1onsUlahlpn Michi Michigan ¬
gan Indiana Missouri Arkansas Ar and andTexas andTexas Bd BdTexas
Texas The object of the association associationwill association associationwill SSOC1t r on onet
will be particularly = to harmonize read readtaws readlaws
et etBd
taws and to remove road construction constructionand constructionand
and Bd Improvement from the influence of ofpolitics ofpoItUcs ofpo11Ucs
politics politicsThe poItUcsThe po11UcsThe
The duties of the organizer will be to tointerest toInterest tointerest
interest State bodies and ai d civic 1vic Improve Improvement l improvement pnwe pnwement ¬
ment societies in the work of the larger largerassociation largerassoclatiOD largerassociation
association associationYeakum assoclatiODYekum associationYoakum
Yeakum Heads a Committee CommitteeThe CommitteeT CommitteeThe
The T e various vari us committees celm1 tees also will wll in interest intere interest ¬
terest tere c themselves t emhes In the actual actw 1 work of ofmakin otkin ofurking
urking makin kin the association ase ciatlon a powerful poFertul faa factor faatot faator ¬
tor for the public publicood good B F Yoakum Yoakumpresident Y Yoakumpresident aIuxn aIuxnpresident
president of the Frisco system is chair chairman chairI chairmen ¬
man of the Important committee committ e on onwxys onways enwxys
I wxys and means which will arrange to tofinance toI tofinance
I AII finance DCe the undertaking uRd = rtakinJ The member membership membership ¬
I ship lp will be composed c mposoo of active sc the asse ass asseei asseeiate sl eIat slate ¬
ate at and SHStaininer members Officers Officersare Omcerssre Officersare
are to be elected yearly with the excep exception exception ¬
tion of the board of directors who will willbe willbe willbe
be divided into one two and threeyear three threeyear threeear
year ear groups rou The two most important importantcommittees ImportantCOIDRlttees importantoemtajttees
committees are areExecutive areExecutive areBsecuttve
Executive committee commltteeL L W Page Pagechaicman PagecbalRDK Pagechairman
chairman IC W V W Flnley B F Yoakum YoakumAjired Yoakume YoakumfrsdNoble
Ajired frsdNoble e Stable Lafayette Young
Committee Cenm ttee on ways and means meansB B F FYoakum FYoakum FYoakum
Yoakum chairman James S Harlan Harianvice Harlanvice Harlanvice
vice chairman C irman James McCrea R D DChapta DChapta DChapin
Chapta Joseph W Jones JonesThe JonesThe JoDesThe
The board of directors were guests at atan atn atas
an n informal luncheon lun ean at the Cosmos CosmosClafe CosmosQue CosmosQob
Clafe following the noon noOn recessCROSS recess recessCROSSTIE recesCROSSTIE
CROSSTIE CROSS TIE INVENTOR INVENTORRECEIVES INVENTORRECEIVES INVENTORRECEIVES
RECEIVES MILLIONS MILLIONSSAX
SAX FRANCISCO Nor No 22 22FolIow 22FolIowlns 22Foliowhsc Follow FollowImr
Imr lns the formation of an Eastern East railroad railroadsyndicate rallroadsyndicate railroadsyndicate
syndicate which purchassed his Invenr InvenrHen lnventlen inventies
Hen George Geor e Gates a seventyyearold seventyyearoldG
G A R L veteran of San Jose will re receive receive reeelve ¬
ceive tomorrow the first pAyment DYI 1 nt for f r his hisrights hisri hisrights
rights ri ts t the concrete concr te railroad tie tiE By ByJanuary ByJanvary ByJanuary
January 2 1911 s a total of 1700000 f170G9dwhich U7000008 U7000008whiei 1700000whiefe
which is to be 1M paid aid d Gates Oat will be placed placedto
to the credit of f bit accotuit accotuitA accotuitA
A few 1 < ew years ago Gate G tef concrete tie tieplan tiepla1 tieplan
plan pla1 was not considered seriously scriou riou IY lyNow lyNowthe Now Nowthe NowtM
the Invention 1a ttQn has been b cn purchased Du purchased ajea at atwhat atwhat atwhat
what the capitalists caplta call aU a a bargainpr bargain bargainprice bargainprlce
price pr
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SEVEN MEXICAN STATES REVOLT REVOLTREBELS REVOLTREBELS
REBELS 100 MILES FROM CAPII CAPITAL AL
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GENERAL MANUEL J AlfUEL GONZALES COSIOMaher COSIO COSIOiMfalsier OS10 OS10LWar
Maher LWar f War and Marine ef Mexico JtJp Upon u Him HSsuItezt Fteat t tit PniaM P Pry PryR cat Dia DiaOvsrtkrflw iu iu1Roets
1Roets R Reeeeponmltlty Re p i of otQu Quelling g the Pxeaeab PxeaeabOverthrev t tOvertJuew
Ovsrtkrflw of tie Diaz GovernmentDISTRICT Government GovernmentDISTRICT ti tiDISTPJCT
DISTRICT JURISTS JURISTSDON JURISTSON JURISTSDON
DON ON SILK ROBES ROBESSix
Six Justices J + stices of Supreme Tribunal Now Attired Attiredin in Gowns GownsSimilar GownsS GovernswSimilartoThose
wSimilartoThose Similar S I lilartoThose to Those o of f th the e United States and andthe andthe andtheAppeals
the theAppeals Appeals Court
I Today marked u Loa fih Introduction of ofsowj otgeWJaS ofgewns
sowj geWJaS s for DT the t e six Justices of the t e S S9rame Sc ScPeRle Snpreme
9rame Court of the t e Dtstriot and andI aDdthereby andthereby
I thereby a certain impressive Impre eive dignity dignitywas dignityI dignitywas
was added adde to the temple of justice justiceUnheralded jusUceUnheralded justiceUnheralded
I Unheralded and R4 as 8 a complete surprise sur surprise surtriM ¬
prise triM to the attorneys and Ad court at attaches atI atI ¬
I taches Cachesfrom the justices strode stro e stately statelyfrom statelyfromtIMlr
I from fromtIMlr their r ivate cfcaaabers c B1ters to their theirrespective t theirrespective etr etrt
t respective re pcctlve courts and 4 a hush felt over overI overthe I IUte
I the chattering lawyers In I the eorrK eorrKdors eorrt1ders eorrl eorrlders
ders as they bebeldte beheld el4 ye v kailj I lflMe e ap spec spectacle c ci
i tacle The T e advent of the robes o es had hadbeen Jta hadI I i ibeen
I been expected Ant 6tat 1 no notice waa waaserved wa waaL i ii
i i served served that the ih innovation etvation would be beI beput
put in vogue today todayIn to todayIn ay ayIn
j I In design the robes are similar to tothose tothoS4t tothose
those worn by the Justices of the
CRIPPEN ADMITS ADMITSMURDER ADMITSMURDER I IltlURDER
MURDER OF WIFE WIFETells I ITells
Tells of ofCrime Crime Giving All Revolting Details According Accordingto i
to toLond9fi London Times TimesMone Mone yObtained yObtainedby by Confes Confession Confession Confession ¬
sion sion to Go to Ethel Leneve
IX3NTXJN Iot IAND QN Nov 2 2Dr Dr Crippen < rlppen has hasconfessed hasconfessed
confessed cenf se4l aoeording to the London LondonTimes LondenTimes LondonTimes
Times TimesThe Timeshe
The he e newspaper ne says the e confession confes n is isa Isa isa
a thrilling human decedent dec elt ropJoto rendetowith ropJotowith repletowftk
with cold callous details It is stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the American doctor has related relatedthe related relatedthe relatedthe
the whole wR le story of the murder murderIt murderIt murderIt
It is I understood un erstqetl that Dr Crippen Crippenin Crpp n nIn
in arranging arranlPn with The Evening Times Timesto TImesto Timesto
to give glvolt it the confession conf 66ion did did so in inorder Inorder inorder
order to get money to care for his hispartner hispartner hispartner
partner In l itsflight flight Ethel Claire Loneve Ixraeveand Loneveand Loneveand
and his unborn child childThe chidn chtidThe
The n confession 08nf n It is is understood tells tellsof tellsof tellsof
of Quarrels between Crippen and W9 W9wife HISwife l lwife
wife caused originally by his Jealousy Jealousyof
of attentions paid to her hoc by male ad admirers admlrers adwirers ¬
wirers They quarrels most of the time timeIn timein timein
In recent years he is reported to have havesaid haves havesaid
said s d with the ute a rasult that he grew giew to de depend dep depond ¬
pond p nd on Miss Leneve for sympathy sympathyFinally Sjmpath3FnaB sympathyPnally
Finally FnaB Mrs rS Crippen became cognizant cognizantof
of the doctors relations wit wI with i his stenog stenographer stenographer steno stenorapier =
rapher and unload un1t8 1pd both of them themFollowing themFoliowiDg themFollowing
Following a party list January January the thecouple thecouple
couple had a bitter aaaxrel at which
1 1Dtstrlct
United Stator i sn Supreme Cewrt Oirt t a4 the theDistrict theDistrict
District Court of f Appeals there tIMr being beingno MingoDe beingno
no frills in the fashion ta fashloaeach hlock auch as a 1 1hobbleaa lahebbleas la lahobble
hobbleaa hobble as was Irreverently lrrevere Uy whispered wldelteredby whisperedby
by stint S II Jesters JestersPerhaps jestersPerDapJ esters estersPerhaps
Perhaps the most surprised Indi JD4lIvidual individual Individual ¬
vidual among mODS the courthouse at attaches attchH attaches ¬
taches was 8 the venerable bailiff nUl to 1ftrd InJustice toJustice
Justice rd tJce Barnards B nanls rnatos rnatosmake court hiHs Hs H began beganautomatically begancrro gan ganautomatleally
automatically crro crrobut to make his hi rasedl i8 morning morningcry MOnIlagry morning morningthe
cry ry but as his glance Toved eel about aboutthe aboutthe
the chamber cbm r nd focused on thecourt the thecourts theco
courts co court rts new attire he was struck struckspellbound atruckspeUlHMmd struckspeUbosnd
spellbound He struggled 8 td for his hisspeech lalespeech hisspeech
speech sad not until kindly k prompted promptedby JKte JKteby
by Justice J > > st1oe B Barnarc XaarG could ceaI he snatch saatohIt
It 1 t back 1NukA1tocetlter backAltogether j
Altogether the new robes ro es W were e ash ashered
I ered In simply and impressively lapre fIb the thejustices Utei
i justices receiving1 several se eraI reverentcompliments reverent reverentcompliments reeatompllments
compliments durIng the day
Mrs Crippen warned th the doctor eetM that thatshe thatshe l8t l8tshe
she Intended to complain conipiein to the t e an anhprlUes anthoritles 11 11thorltloo
hprlUes and have both e eef C thdBi ar arrested arr arrested ¬
r rested Ste4L Because a ef this fact and IJs IJsknowledge Uskn 1isknowledge
knowledge kn wJooge that Mr Mrs Crippen Crt Crtp pn would wouldnet w01ldBot wouldnet
net diveroe him in Ionter order that he might mightmarry mlgatmarry mightmarry
marry Miss lss Losers Ute ie det dee doetrr r it Is Isunderstood Isntlerst Isunderstood
understood ntlerst said that he e began 1Ht to plan planto planto planto
to kill his Jaf wife wifeHe wifeHe wifeHe
He did d1 so by admiafc a admslaiet4ring RJt ti rl lag the thepoison thep timepoison
poison p lson and d then th buried burled the body bodyhoping Bed Bedhoping bodyhoping
hoping that by starting the story thatshe that thatshe thatshe
she had gone to America Amen and died diedthere tI1edthere diedthere
there he might be able to evade eV e sus suspicion suspicIon enspicion ¬
picIonDr picionDr picion picionDr
Dr Crippen insisted that t t Mlse MlseLeneve MiseLeneve MfssLeneve
Leneve knew nothing net 1BS of c the murder murderof Dturd murderof r rofhisw1fe
of ofhisw1fe his wife and says that her acquit acquittal acquittal acquittal ¬
tal was justified justifiedPERJURER justifiedPERJURER justifiedPERJURER
PERJURER SENT SENTTO 5ENTTO SENTTO
TO SING SING SINGNEW SINONEW SINGNEW
NEW FORK Nov 2 22 Having Iir JW ac acknowledged ackgowlodged acknowlodged ¬
knowledged that he ommttted per ¬
jury during tae trial of William
Helneman recently Convicted vJcte4 of man manslaughter maaslaughter manslaughter ¬
slaughter Walter F Pfayfe 1te has been beencommitted beencommitted beencommitted
committed to Sing Sing for as aa lade iRdeterminate ladeterminate l de deicrmlnate
terminate term of not less than five fiveyears 1lveyear fiveyears
years
J
TEN CITIES NOW NOWCONCEDED NOWCONCEDED
CONCEDED TO BE BEAT BEAT
AT THEIR MERCY MERCYMutiny
Mutiny MutinyTEN of Diazs Troops Aids Revolutionists in Their TheirAttacks TheirAttacks TheirAttacks
Attacks Particularly in n the Northern Portion Portionof
3 of the Republic RepublicHUNDREDS RepublicHUNDREDS RepublicCensorship
HUNDREDS ARE DEAD AND WOUNDED WOUNDEDCensorship WOUNDEDToo VOUNDEDCensorship
Censorship CensorshipHUNDREDS Too Strict to Let Truth Be Known But ButEnough ButEnough ButEnough
Enough Leaks Through to Show Heavy Gov Goveminent Government Government
ernment Losses LossesBULLETIN LossesBULLETIN LossesBULLETIN
BULLETIN BULLETINSABlliAS BULLETINSABINAS f fSABHTAS <
SABHTAS Mexico Nov 22 22The The cities of f Durango DurangoVillardena DurangoVillardena D DVillardena
Villardena Lerdo and San Luis Potosi Potosiare axe reported reporl d to have havesurrendered havesurrendered havesurrendered
surrendered to revolutionists revolutionistsEL revolutionistsEL
EL PASO Tex Nov 22 22Parral Parral was ca captured capturedthis capturedthismorniDg Ptared this thismorning1 thismorning
morning by the revolutionists after a battle that lasted allnight all allnight allnight
night Thirty of the garrison of rurales were killed killedMONCLOVA killedMONCLOVA killedMONCLOVA
MONCLOVA Mex Nov Nov22One 22 One thousand men were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed or wounded in the storming of Torreon According Accordingto
to the reports brought here two Americans are among the thedead thedead thedead
dead as well as the mayor of Torreon TorreonEAGLEPASS TorreonEAGLEP TorreonEAGLE
EAGLEPASS EAGLEP EAGLE PASS ASs Tex Nov OT 22 22Merican Mexican revolutionists revolutioniststocJap revolutioni5tsYJ
tocJap d YJ o gpei e in aonitGoltO con Il1ttl1ol salotdie t t iei a towns tjiwns t wI1LS of S San n Amfeoaiio Ailt Anto th thAndreas iSan iSanfliimeas San SanI
I fliimeas Andreas s Tt TOErGtfaPwi TOrr rl m Maia + i1inaoa uaoa1 a SaoinQlas 1 jrutoacQ Gumfl1far asaci asaciw
w r all 1 I ii the surrounding territory in the state of Unihuahuft UnihuahuftMartial Ln lI huahUL huahULMartial ala u uMartial
Martial law has been proclaimed in Chihuahua according accord according according ¬
ing to reports that reached here today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The revolution is steadily sweeping southward from frollathe fromthe ire irethe
the Texan border toward the capital Today the rebels rebelwere rebelswere rebelswere
were operating in force to within 100 miles of Mexico City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and were fighting and spreading their propaganda through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out a vast territory extending fanwise from there clear clearto up upto upto
to the Rio Grande Seven different states are more or less lessin lassn lessin
in n revolution revolution today and all reports indicate that the revolt revoltis revoltis
1 1is
is spreading like wildfire
I
FOOD IS POISONED POISONEDAT POISONEDJealousy
AT NAVAL ACADEMY ACADEMYJealousy ACADEYAmong
Jealousy JealousyAT Among Kitchen KitchenEmployes KitchenEmployes KitchenEmployes
Employes Believed Cousefor Couse Cousei Cousefor
i for Epidemic EpidemicANNAPOLIS EpidemicXo EpidemicANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS lid Nov Xo 225ensa 22Sensational 22 225ensatlonal Sensa Sensational ¬
tional charges of t attempted ttemp ed poisoning poisoningby
by employes empl employes es of the Naval Academy AcademyIcltohen Aca4emykitchen Academykitchen
kitchen are made here today in con connection connection connection ¬
nection with the stomach troubles and andtyphoid sndtyphoid andtyphoid
typhoid fever among the midshipmen midshipmenConspiracy midshipI1enConspiracy midshipmenConspiracy
Conspiracy upon the part of two twokitchen
I kitchen employee to oust the chief chiefcook chiefc9k
cook of the Academy with the adul adulteration adulterathm adulteratign ¬
teration of the food prepared under underhis underhis underhis
his dlretloja dlr t1QI1 is s given as 3 the cause causefar causefer causefar
far the thetrouble trouble The two employesinvolved employes employesInvolved employesinvolved
Involved have been suspended pend pendIng pendlng pending
Ing an Investigation Investigation2I lnvostlgaUvilYre investigatlvaMere
2I Mere re than halt of the midshipmen raidsWjsnonhave mlds midshipmenhave lpmGD lpmGDKve
have been taken Ml during tb the last few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days At t first the middies believed believethey believedI believedthey
they were Being doeed by the attthori attthorittes auUton1Jes authorities
I ties toward off typhoid tn 1aold The academy academyofficiate ae academyeffidale tlemy tlemyof
officiate of however asserted assert that thiswas this thiswas thiswas
was not the case Further examination examinationof
of the cooked food served selYed the midship midshipmen midshfQme midshlomen ¬
men me to determine exactly what sub sabstance substanoe substance
stance has h8 been introduced Is being beingmade beln belnm beingmade
made madeThe m madeThe 4e 4eThe
The midshipmen were especially an3t an3toas an n nover i io06
oas over the epidemic of stomach trou trouble trouWe trouble ¬
ble en account of the he apBreacfeiag PQl aoklDg foot footbat footDaD footbait
bat bait gajne with West Point P I t and the theerect thoeffect th theirect
effect t5 + f the polsenl food upon the theplayers theplayers thepiayers
players playersELECTION playersELECTION piayersELECTION
ELECTION OFFICERS OFFICERSCHARGED OFFICERSCHARGED OFFICERSOED
CHAR CHARBALTIMORE CHARGED OED WITH FRAUD FRAUDBALTDJOH FRAUDBALTThIORJ
BALTIMORE Nov 22 22Charged Charged with vritha th tha
a fraudulent arrangement of the names nameson n nameson mos moson
on the ballot for the avowed purpose purposeof
of making It easy for Democrats and anddifficult anddUficuit anddifficult
difficult for Republicans to vote John JohnE JohnE JohnE
E Stone and John M L Miller Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic supervisors of election for Charles Charlescounty Charlesco Charlescounty
county co ntY are under arrest here hereChesapeake hereChesapeake hereChesapeake
Chesapeake and Ohio Fast Service ServiceTo ServiceTo ServiceTo
To Cincinnati Louisville Lguis + vllle Indiaaapolis Indiaaapolist In41a ipoUs ipoUst
Si t Louis Cnicago < Cbi r 5FO go and the West Solid SoHatrain Solidtrain Soleltrain
train to St I Louis uls with Chicago chieagom sleep sleepers sleepers ¬
ers leaves Washington 63t G3ID p us Other Othertrains Othertra1D Othertrains
trains tra1D 2r et p in m and 1111 UJ 11 > > p Po m First Firstclass Firsta Firstclass
class a a la carte dining clln1n car serviceAdvt service serviceAdvt
Advt =
Americans Ame cans Are Fleeing FleeingEL FleeingEL FleeingBL
EL PASO Tex Nov N T 22 A AJBedeMI AJBedeMIrelugeee erie erierefugees t trefugees
refugees arriving from fromtrain Xaxico today Wtrain hr hrtrain
train declared that Jtotees J in inhua CiiMma CiiMmahua C ikon ikonbun
hua had been oaptured by the rewota rewotatlonlsts rBiNIIItlonl5t3 revskttionists
tlonlsts after fifteen rebels aDd seven sevenrurales 5Ml8RruraJes sevenrurales
rurales had been killed kUlecLThey killedThey killedThey
They confirmed the report that Mead Meadcan JIIeI JIIeIcaD Moatcan
can troops troop on the way to Parral h MId MIdmutinied hadmutinied d dmutinied
mutinied and Joined the rebels rebelsThe rebelsThe rebelsThe
The Mexican officials have ara armed aCilletiAmericaus armedAmericans d dAmericans
Americans so iO that t t they t ey can dot defend defendelves and andi
i thamselves thamselvesI t emselves emselvesTlte elves elvesThe
I The town of Madero in Chihuahua
I headquarters of the looker 1 iator interests as s of t f
A S Pearson 8 tr Co has bees captured
by the rebels One OB hundred and stxty
troops sent there t ererom from Chihuahua Chlh joined j tBtMI
the rebels rebelsIn rebelsIn rebelsIn
In Guadalajara Jalteeo according tit in t >
American passengers from there Gov Governor GMern Gerternor ¬
ernor ern or Ahumada has placed three threechine Ma Machine mechine ¬
chine guns Hear the palace lace a and d lire his hisiown JtIsown Isisown
iown own guards refusing to trust t te th thloyalty t the theloyalty e eloyalty
loyalty of the troops troopsI troopSGeneral troopsGeneral
I General Trevino at the head 8 of c asarmy aa aaj saarmy
army is OD his way to CoeINHa to k 811 811gage engage
j gage Mauere MauereBelieves MadereBelieves ader aderI
I Believes Diaz Will Leave LeaveEL LeaveI LeaveEL
EL PASO Tex Nov ov 2S Porflfo Pe PerthJo PerthJoiSlaz irA8 irA8i8Z
I Diaz i8Z President of Mexico will b be a afugitive 8 8fttgttlve ae
e fugitive within a month th with a peh pehI P price priceupexr < < ID IDtpon
upon bit head headElated hedr headElated
J I Elated by tales of reroiuUonners revotatfoMt revoltl revoltlcosses y + sao tmocesses saoceases
ceases throughout t roII8IIeut ail tho t e nerd noidieot noidieotstates JNK Mra Mrastates sca scaI
I states of Mexico Senor Se or Laura r ra Agtri Agvtevo AWInoa so
I a prominent antiDiaz Mexican extcaa wnom wnomthe waeae wnethe
the e Diaz government has several timss thnisattempted timssattempted thalt1attempte4l
attempted to arrest within the peef NUIt a t taw tawyears two iwttyrs twoyears
years made this prediction today todayHe t
1 He said that from prorate Infenimtlwi Infenimtlwithe J JI
the revolution which today toda ha hoes all t tnorth u unortll as ast
I t north of Mexico aflaxne was so HeI well wsMorganized welli
organized and armed that the downfaH dewnfallof tIewataIIor
I of Diaz is a certainty certaintyPerhaps
I I Perhaps the moot mo t dangerous daaserCNSpobMe phase of ofthe c cth
i the th situation from the Diaz suutdpalMt suutdpalMtis
I is the news from Cananea that fzom fzom1C09 t t100t
1C09 to ZOli 20 Yaqnfe burning bundD under thcjr thcjrI thejrwrongs
I f wrong wron wrongs I t ct t the hands of the Dtaz DIezi 90 90i gsv gsveminent
i eminent EtU tent will take the warpath against againsthis agaIDSI againsthis
his rule Should the revolutionists revolutiOldBtspIo em employ swplo ¬
I ploy plo these In I Indians ans in their attempt u pt to tooverthrow teoverthrow tooverthrow
overthrow the government t there t ere ereeTery is isevery Isevery
every reason to believe Ieve that the whet whetcountry whoibcountry w Olb Olbcountry
country may be forced to face the t s srors hor horrors larrors ¬
rors of uncivilized uneivitlz war added to tat tlwsordinary th thordinary
1 1ordIftary ordinary terrors Ole1Yie of dvie couvutoton eonvutsiemBattle couvutotonBattle eoavul aea aeaI
I Battle With Madero Near NearGALVESTON NearGALVESTON NearGALVESTON
GALVESTON Tex Nov No ± 2S Trooig Trooigordsrad Tmol TmoloNbred Ttaoppordtred
ordsrad to proceed fro fro tr ChHmabMB CBIIt dis disentralned ws8DtraiDe4I Lsentrained
entrained at Jiminez today todayThe todayTbo todayThe
The rumor reached hers tiI that t They Theyhad they1had 1er 1erDad
had mutinied against tnst the order to aha out outdown > t tdown tdown
down revolutionists at Parral httt it is isbelieved isbelieved ise
e believed they are held t te await reenforc reen reenforcecaents reentOCcellMllts
forcecaents forc ts and that a battle with Ma Maderos Madares Maderos
deros troops Is imminent imminentTroops IDm1IDeatTroops inmmineatTroops
Troops Win At AtParra AtParraEL ParraLEL ParraL ParraLEL
EL PASO Tex Nov ttt1Aefl1c1al BUnefflcaladvices 22 ttt1Aefl1c1aladvlces TJaefficiil TJaefficiiladvices
advices recei fI > d i here say T that tltattllt the g gy gyornment n neminent v vernment
eminent troops > have baa sneceeisfuT esSu tn isthe tnthe 1 1the
the fighting b near Parral Chh Chihuaiui ChihuaiuiThe CIdJIiannI ua ua uaI
I The Infantry that was Hat oot to attarL attarLContinued attar attaContinued attarContinued
Continued on Pace P o Flfheena Flf FIfteen SeenJ
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