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Attorneys for Judge Archbald Issue Statement. SKS SUSPENSION OF JUDGMENT JUply From Accused Jurist Indicates Hit Lint of Dtfwii In Forth- coming Trial of impeacn ment Cat. Washington. July lO.-Counael for judge Robert W. Archbald of the com- erce court, sgalnet wnom iwi" Impeachment have been reported n the house, Issued a statement aaklng mat public opinion In the Archbald case be auapended until the accused Jurist baa bad an opportunity to pre eat hie detente to the tenate, which, sitting aa a court, will try the charges him romlderatlon of the ilaVrchbald Impeachment retolutlon In Ifhe houte will be returned on Thure- The statement made public by hit counsel, the first public reply from ithe Judge, and Indicating the tenor of Ids defenae In the expected trial, in lyart it at follows: Dtnlee Charges. Judge Archbald'a counsel state that fte emphatically denlee that In any of .the transaction! referred to in the re ipoH of the Judiciary committee, or which the committee has eubmitted to the house, he used or attempted to use hla Influence aa a Judge lmprop- 'riy. "Conscious of his own Integrity, it sever occurred to him In any of the transactions referred to that others knight suspect that he was acting otb- rwise man uprisuu. "When the original charges against tlm were presented to the president . sad the attorney general, he wat' giv n no notice and had no hearing. In the proceedings before the house Judiciary committee he wat permitted ti cross-examine witnesses, btft it was xollcltly atated by the chairman that the proceeding waa a hearing ana not m trial. -Wanta to Tell Hie Side. S IV kAnalnMa Vk A Fit T0 ttl A CATtl fTtlt IUC UCBtUIfiB mvi w se the principal chargea which had led the president and the attorney general to take action were ehown to 'e unfounded. When the evidence sras cloted, what chargea the commit 4m might make could not be known to Judge Archbald or hie counsel until they were presented to the houte. Judge Archbald therefore will have co opportunity to present hla defense until summoned to the tenate ana un til he hat ,a hearing there he aaka Chat public opinion In hit case may fee suspended." . The statement took up in detail the -principal chargea upon which the Judiciary committee hearings were eld. THREE HURT IN OLAT HE WRECK . Clinton Accommodation Met Heavy Coal Train Passenger Engine f. Telescoped. Olathe, Kan., July 10. Three pat- enzers were Injured when tne ciin -toa accommodation train, met a train f 30 loaded coal cart pulled by a big fifilett enelne about four blocks south of the station, on a high em. ttankment. near Devll'e lake. The en gins pt the passenger train waa tele scoped. The engineer and fireman . fit the passenger train both Jumped before the crash and were uninjured. "The injured passengers are Mrs. Maud Grigsby of Stanley; E. W. Tlinole. of Harrlsonvllle, and John Xtowlnski of Kansas City, Kan. CAS SUIT INTkKESTS KANSANS legal Battle at Independence to Force Kansas Natural Company xo r in fill Three Cent Contrsct m Inn July 10. For- sner Senator Cheatsr I. Long and At- tarnev uenerai joun twwiuu mo uc preparing for a legal battle to open torney General John Dawson are here "--wit a tne Kansas isaiurai u wi""; t Jn the district court The Independ- cues Power and Manufacturing com lany Is seeking to force the Kansas Jiatural to make good a contract for three-cent gas given by Its predecet snr, ths Consolidated Oil, Gas and Manufacturing company, to the Adam os Manufacturing company years mto. The suing company bought tbs Adamson contract. . Kanaas manufac turers are watching ths suit closely.' Michigan Doctors In Session. Muskegon, Mich., July 10. Ths 4Enemben of the Michigan Btatejflejlt- MeNamaras May Testify. Los Angeles, July 10. The detents ?a ths D ax row caas Is considering hav tig the McNamara brothers brought Crom San Quentla prison to testify-for Chs defense. Attorney Rogers refused s state ths line of their testimony in Che svent they are called. .; Aviator Hit a Hill. St Cyr, France, July 10. While at jwB?t!ng a monoplane flight from Et Crr to Cbalona Is the thick fog of v' -j morning Bedel, an aviator, wat 1 when fce plurced head oa Isto IPi HIS STORY EUGENE W. CHAFIiJ V ' -;' A - Ths National Prohibition inven tion which meets in Atlantis City Wednesday may nominate for preel dent Eugene W. Chafln of Illinois who wat ths csndldstt of ths Prohibition lata four years ago. ' CONVICTS MIKE GOOD fiOJDS IVIVUVV w " " punged from the records, without lm MISSOURI'S EXPERIMENT PROV- pugnlng motives or impeaching INQ A DECIDED SUCCESS. the cnaracter of any one." It was the Intention that the whole subject should Governor Hadley Highly Pleased, and be wiped out of future discussion. More Will be Used None I At the same time it was declared Tried to Escape. I Secretary Irwin Shepard, who made ' the charges, was not guilty of any Jefferson City, July 10. Ater a trial misstatement when he referred to of three weeks with a gang of con- toe violation of certain technicalities vlcts employed upon the public high-' at the Boston election. ways of this county the experiment is announced to be a .decided success. None of the convicts refused to work. none of them attempted to escape ar.rt all have been doing mftt satisfactory work. Gov. Hadley. believes that the improvement of public highways will enable the counties to work local prls- oners on the reads. Convicts greatly prefer the ouieide work. It is more healthful. In addi- tion there is the Inducement of shortening their service. There are now about 2,300 men in the peniten- I iinifer the new law. 300 con- vlctt can be taken every year and em- ployed upon the public hlghwaye un- ten repiy ln wttlcn ne auempieu w der direction of the varloue counties, BUBtain faia chargea. He asserted that There are now more than 1,700 con- before ths Boston convention ths or vlctt working under the contract ays- ganizatlon known aa the Chicago Prin tem. The ttate recelvea 70 centt a cipaB' club tet out to promote Mrt. day for the labor of each of these con- young's candidacy. He charged that vlctt. By the close or tne present year nearly all of the old contract! - - . a W Will have expired ana wm noi oe w schools wnen in iaci iuoy uku u v--newed. , - er ttatet and were not connected with There will be a pretty heavy cosi Chicago schools, une oi weso iw. entailed upon the state when the last erg( he asserted, lived in Michigan apd contractor is out of the prison tome- where In the neighborhood or i3uu,uuu. The state can have no direct source of inMm. frnm the labor of ths convlctt when ths contract system ceaset to exist. The counties which may em- ploy convlctt upon the public high- way will pay nothing for their labor except food afld ehelter. The recom- pense to the state wm come in mo shape of improved bighwayt. Missouri hat never tried ths plan of working pneonera on v"""" highwaya before. JURY CLEARED ASYLUM DOCTOR bin wi 1 Charged With Misconduct w m ti in The iurv In thTSi Dr.JSf ulVt7 Phlcaen of the Fulton state hospital, oY trial in the Callaway, county clr- jESMrSK of not guilty after deliberating HtUe mora than an hour. Twelve ballots were taken before a verdict was reached. Only one of the Jurort held out for conviction after the third bal lot were with Wm in the courtroom when JLY ,:Xr a. rt,,rn.d. Several persons started a demonstration, but were silenced by the court. Dr. Magee will go to Green City where he will take a leng rest before deciding upon his future plane. HAS ORlGrNAL IDEAS OF JUSTICE Pennsylvania Burgess Hat Tramps Play Ball Game for Their Liberty. wnir.TiTr Pa.. Julv 10. Thirty' tranjpt wers arraigned before Burgess Greensboro, N. C, July 10. Repub W. D. Morris. Ths burgess, who is an lican ttate leaders, active in the re enthusiastic baseball fan, ordered that cent campaign In support of Theodore m.n h divided into two tauadt, Roosevelt., have Just adopted resolu; from which two teami are to be se- i.oti to nlav a 9-innlng gams on ths town common. Ths winning squad It to go free, but the loaert will be compelled to pound ttone ror two . ' ' ' . u.ii ski. T-,.rf in. San Francltco, July lO.-The Pa- clflc mall steamer City of Panama, which sent wlrelesa tlgnalt for as sistance when its engines broke down 250 mllet southwest of San Pedro, Sunday, was towed Into port hers by ths steamer Rose City of San Pedro. Ne Ball for Jeffries. Oklahoma City. Ok., July 10. The criminal court of appeals refused to grant bond to H.-O. Jeffries, tbe No wata editor charged with tie Jruricr ef lira. Irene Cofceca. IU0 CUIlVEnTIUIJ Even Teachers In Session at Chicago Quarrel Like Politicians FRAUD CHARGES ANGER WOMAN Head of National Education Associa tion Accused of Being Beneficiary . of Ballot Box Stuffing by Chicago Faction. . Chicago, "July 10. Open chargea that at the convention at Botton two yeare ago, when- Mrt., Ells Flagg Young of Chicago waa elected presi dent, the rolls were "stuffed,- that teachera were enrolled at active mem ber! credited from Chicago achoolt when they lived in other ttatet; and that their dues were paid by Chicago principals to InBure more votes for Mrs. Young, were voted uponby the National Educational asaociatlon. Discussion Became Heated. The board of dlrectora adopted nnanlmoualy a resolution that all ref- i n tho rhm-zea should be "ex- The gesslons or tne airecior marked by heated discussions In which Mr, Young, who la superintendent of tne Chicago schools, deprecated that .Uie name 0I the first woman presi- dent 0f the association thould be dragged in the mud." -rrea- to 8ustsln Charges, 'The charges started when President Carroll G. Pearse criticised the report of Secretary Shepard. Mrs. Young had Bajj u the association approved of the secretary's report vevery teacher in Chicago would be Justified in eulng the association for alander." Secretary Shepard submitted s writ- many pnoni were enrouea members credited from Chicago ... M a. 11 -,A In Alh. another in Milwaukee . Altogether in thie way he asserea, eo voiea ww secured from persont who thut had Keen enrolled. He quoted letters sent (rom Milwaukee and New Orleans in which persons, whose namet withheld, profeesed to tave been paid Dy Chicago teachers for going aa ac- tive membert and voting for Mrs. Young. ; i qUSE IN PARLIAMENTARY ROW Consideration of Clayton Contempt Bill Interrupted by Discussion Over "Gag" Rule. tion of the Clayton contempt bill it found Itself in a parliamentary snarl. The situation arose because .speaa- .r Clark had announced the day be- tore - JotW o adopt the ga g rule. P. Jyadrredln tota "ng h Is flgures however and a vitiating the action of the house. UUI UUI uwu uww 90 m ' The minority leader, Mr. Mann, and ex-Speaker Cannon led in the renewal of the fight agalnat ths "gair row After la rfkirtnlsBthe 'speaker fimZIT declared nearly half of the preceding day's work illegal and vacated it. The house then readopted the rule, Great NivSTevlew." Portsmouth. Eng., July 10. The greatest naval review ln the history of the world took place off spitneaa Dr.Hativ th en lira flffhtlne: strength .. - - - of the British fleet, Including the four from the Malta base, were Inspected by the members of parliament prs- krvsst um.w5 w paratory to the summer maneuvers, Referendum In North Carolina. tlont favoring the reference of the it- aus at to wnetner ia or ooeiv is the rightful nominee to the prs- clnct prlmariet throughout the tuts. I Start Santa Fs Bridge. Sibley. Mo.. July 10. The active ! work on ths new million dollar bridge of ths Atchison. Topeka SanU Fs railway across the Missouri river hers ti about to begin. The construction mm nan y has called for 200 men to begin work Immediately. Thirty Dead In English Mine. Conisboro. Yorkshire. Eng.. July 10, The outer workings of the Cadeby colliery, near here, were destroyed by an explosion cf Era damp. There were SI miners in Co worklrss at the time ef ths C ssl fill wert i.::.cx . FlirJS'COSiUTnLtLEKBS ITALIAN COUBf WAI IN SESSION , OVER A YEAR. All Defendants Declared Guilty Cov srnment Hopes to Break Up , Criminal Organlxatlons. Vlterbo, IUly. July 9. The verdict In ths Caroo" trial bat Jutt been re turned.' Nine of the accuaed were nnanlmoualy , declared guilty of the murder of Gennaro Cuoccola and hla wife.1 Ths remainder of the band wers found guilty of belonging to a criminal association. Of the 41 persons originally indicted three .never were captured, three died (Turing the-trial, while 20 were liber ated during the trial at they already had aerved the maximum time possible for sentence in the event of a con viction. Although the specific charge wat ths murder of Gennaro Cuoccolo and hit wife at Naplee, the real object of the prosecution waa a tupreme attempt by the government to break up ths two great criminal organizations in Italy, the Camorra of Naples and the Mafia of Sicily. Ths Cuoccolo murder was com mitted June 6, 1906. . a Members of the organization imme diately were arrested, but through the Instrumentality of Father Cicero Vit tezzl, a priest, were released only to be rearrested later. Aftr narlvflve year! of work Maesello Caplzzutl, an Italian detec- ad It is believed that the American tlve, got a confession from Gennardo j Smelting and Refining company im Abbatemagglo, one of the membere of . mediately stopped payment on the the band, and hla story had been the chief reliance of the prosecution, Ths trial finally, began March 11, 1911, at Vlterbo. Weeka.were required to get the Jury, owing to the fear of the Camorra. When the actual trial began, there ; were many sensational Interruptions I throughout the entire time of the ses-1 slons. AIRMEN ORGANIZE FOR SAFETY National Association Founded In Chi cago "to Save' the Lives of Remaining Flyers." r.v,in tiv 9 A national asao- elation of' aviators, founded "to save the live, of remaining American fly- f "Yh fThf AlroMi; o f imnou ' Ing field of the Aero Club of Illinois.. Permanent organization will be com- t,ii on whan Avsrv aero- Diane operator licensed or unlicensed1, la expected by the Chicago airmen to. become affili ated. : The association is called the Ameri can Aviators' association. Members pledge themselves not to fly ln an aeroplane they do not think safe, re gardless of Jeers or accusations of cowardice. They will seek action through the national body against manager! who seek to force aviatort into unsafe flights. ELKS GRAND LODGE IN SESSION Portland Decorated wim nuniing no Lights In Honor of Forty-Eigntn Annual Meeting. Portland. Ore., July 9. The 48th erand lodEe eesaion of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and the 26th annual reunion of the brotner- hood haa Just opened here, in nonor of the occaalon practically every build ing In the bualness district has Deen covered with bunting and Ilghte, while the streets -are decorated with purpie and white bunting. The opening day was given over to the festivities, which Included numer ous band concerts and the official re ceptions. At night the first convoca tion of the grand lodge took place. It wat .open to the public and consistea wholly of welcoming speecnes. Virtually every office, save that of grand exalted ruler, for which T. B. Mllla of Superior, wis., seems 10 nave a clear lead, probably will be con tested. BIG TEXAS METEORITE IS SOLD La,t Piece of Qrest Stons Shipped to Eastern Mineral company Fell 32 Years Ago. ' Lubbock, f ex., July 6. The second and last piece of the large meteorite which fell ln Hale county, several miles north of here, 33 yeart ago waa Jutt thlpped by B. O. McWhorter, the ewner of the land, to the Foot Min eral company of Philadelphia. Thie meterorlts weighed 875 poundt. ..nen t .tnirir th earth it tpllt In two. ....n Tara aeo Mr.' Mo tt-knrtr old ths larger piece of the tranzely mineralised stone for $500 sad It wat shipped to an Eastern con cern for laboratory purpotes. To what nte this second part of the meteorite Is to bs put It not known ners. said to contain rare minerals. ..... Sun lanitsd Flrsworks. Sallna. Kan., July 6. Ths hot rays of ths tun Ignited 150 worth of flre .nrv. in the ehow window of the vkttrand Drug company here. A large plats glass window was blown out and fire caused damage amount ing to about $500. - Rebela Kill an American. v p.ia. Tex- July 5. William Adama. an American, has been killed by rebela at Colonia Diax. This makes Bias colonists vno nave oa y rebels ln the settlements south cl J-jaret t!oce the revoiuuon iriea. REBELS DETMIIED -AE3EHBMI COHSUL Held With Twenty-fiyo Others In ' Office of Mexican Railway, ROW STARTS OVER $5,000 CHECK Railroad Company Had Stopped Pay-ment-lAII Released After Agree ment to Make Good the , , Amount. Juarex, July 10. Twenty-flve Amer icana, Including American Conaul Thomas D. Edwards, were detained In the office of the, Mexican Northwest ern railroad hers for nearly two hours. Rebel offlcere had become angered at the offlcert of the Mexican North weetern. which it owned by Brltieb Interests, on account of the alleged worthlessness of a $5,000 check pay able to the rebel! as an sxport duty on a consignment of gold ore by ths American Smelting and Refining com pany In Chihuahua. The shipment had arrived in El Paao but when ths rebels attempied to caah the $5,000 check bank! in El Paso refused pay- mart r Since the check was given tne federals had entered Chihuahua City check. Building Was Surrounded. American Consul Edward! went to the Northwestern offices to confer with the railroad officials. The con ference was on at 6 o'clock when sua deniy the doors of the building were gurrounded by armed men. There were 40 persons In the build ing, 15 being Mexicans, consul cm warda from within the building tele phoned for Col. Pascual Orozco, Sr., head of the garrison, who arrived in a few minuteB and ordered the guards to release all minor employes. , At 7 o'clock the railroad offlclala were given their liberty. It was said e7 aa recu w "v . g0inpmon. Metwee. Tw0 F,ret. "Mel, July 1 -Ths Morman colony af lanjlne.'i. in daily ravages. The Mormons J; and ammunition nave gatnerea k " " Ira Langdon, a Mormon from Colonia Morolos, who arrived here. El PaeoyTex., July 10. The Mor mons In Nortnern eonora r uiui mors trouble with the Mexican fed eral soldleri than with the rebels, ac cording to O. P. Brown, Mormon agent here, who left for Colonia Moroloa and Colonia Oaxaca to . Investigate conditions and report to ' Senator Smoot of Utah and Fall of New Mex ico, who have called attention to the Mormon situation. ..'umMCM 1PPUI TD THF VFTFRANS iivihui n. i i.ni. .... Suffragists to Vialt Soldiers' Horns at Leavenworth in Special Train, Seeking Votea. Topeka, July 10. Three hundred suffrage workera of Topeka, Lecpmp ton and Lawrence will ewoop down on Leavenworth to push along the suf frage work at the Soldiers' home and In Leavenworth. ' The women will leave Topeka on a special train decorated with banners an-l streamera inscribed: "Votes for women." . There will be a reception at the two stops Lawrence and Lecompton by braBB bands. The train will go by way of Wilder, and will reach the penitentiary at 10:40 o'clock in the morning. After a trip through the building of the prison the party will go to the Soldlera' home, where a suffrage pro gram will be given. The women ex pect to show the 8,000 soldiers at the home Just what suffrage meant and what it will do for the state. KIMMEL" AGAIN HEARD FROM Struck by Lightning "Man of Mys tery" is in Hospital Preparing for Another Operation. . . Chicago, July 10. George A. Kim mel, a "man of mystery" and figure in a life Insurance court suit, is in a hos pital hers preparing for another surgi cal operation on hit head. He aaya the operation is made necessary by In juries suffered recently when he wat struck, by lightning. -: The ,holt,ihe says, dislodged the silVer plats which waa placed in hla head several weeks ago when aur geont operated on him in an effort to restors his memory. CHe saya hs was struck a week ago at Berrien Springe, Mien.' ......... . . : Le;?csl Reasoning. Tfceliia Smith, a little east sids gtrt feat heard m great deal about the dan ger of contracting diaeaas fromJand Ung articlee belonging to others She haa been taught that ths must not use the brushes and comba of other members of the family. Oa one occasion. the little tot was foand Industriously lathering her face wits tr father's ahavlcg brush. Shs waa duly reprimanded and told that ths should know better. "WtBt wKl I catch, mamma wfc!a CRiiJillL CHAESg IS CnOFFEP : DR..MAGEC TO BE TRIED ONUY FOR MISCONDUCT. Prosecuting Attorney Bellevee EvU dence Not Sufficient to Convict Fulton Asylum Physician. Fulton, Mo.; July 8. John R.'Baker,' prosecuting attorney, has announced that he will dlamlst the charge of criminal attack preferred against Dr. R. S. Magee, former chief staff phyal clan of ths Fulton ttate hospital, in the Indictment returned by the Calla way county grand Jury, when the cat, comes up for trial. Dr. Mages will be tried on a charge of official misconduct named in an In dictment returned by the aame grand. Jury, but which was withheld unti Friday, when It became apparent that the other charge would not hold. The decision . to withdraw ths . attack charge was largely due to the doubt surrounding the insanity of Mrs. Jessie Cerovich, named in the in- dictment. The woman waa released as cured toon after Dr. Magee left ths hospital and toon after the Indictment waa re turned by ths grand Jury. It wa pointed out that the defense would use the allegation that the woman waa not mentally unbalanced at the time the alleged assault wat said to have taken place. Dr. Magee hat arrived in Fultont from his home ln Green City, Sullivan, county. Sixty witnesses have been summoned for the trial. FIRE COST PACKERS $250,000 Twenty-Five Firemen Injured at Mor ris plant Three Hundred Men Temporary Idle. Kansas City, Mo., July 8 Twenty flve firemen wers injured, onr-prob-ably fatally and others severely, la a fire which did $250,000 damage at the Morris & Co. packing plant. The fire was ln the north part of the east main building. Entire companies or firemen were overcome by smoke and" fell unconscious at their work. The packing house barn was converted In to an emergency hospital with five doctors In attendance. The building damaged is about 200x 700 feet and six stories tall. The fire started ln the nortbefist corner of the fourth In the the leaf lard cooler. The lard cooler, the beef casing depart ment, the fat and bone departments and the beef killing beds burned. Three hundred men . will be out ot work temporarily. , The fire Is believed to have beett caused by a hot motor. I S. C. Fraiseei superintendent of the plant, said the building probably would be rehabilitated without delay. W'.lS0N TO ADDRESS LOAN MEN At Governor of New Jersey, Not as Presidential Nominee, Will 8peak . Before Big Meeting. Atlantic City, N. J.. July U.-Wood-row Wilson, not aa presidential nomi nee of the Democratic party but aa governor of New Jersey, it tcheduled to deliver an address before the United Statea League of Local Build ing and Loan Association tomorrow afternoon. The league began its tee Blons today, being welcomed by Henry J. Ford, commisslonsr of banking and Insurance; Mayor Bacharach and Jo seph A. McNamee. Acting President C. O'C. Henneasy responded andjnade his annual address. Secretary H. F. Celiarlus of Cin cinnati eald in hit annual report: "The local buildlg and loan assocla tlont of the United Statee continue to be singularly prosperous and for 1911 they have had a record-breaking year. In iota! asBeta they passed the billion dollar mark, while their growth for the year was nearly one hundred mil lion dollars, the largest increase ever recordedin a single year. The num ber of association is now 6,099, an increase of 230 for .the year. The membership increaeed from 2,169,893 in 1910 to 2,332,829 in 1911. The ag gregate assets are now $1,030,687,031, an increase for the year of $98,819,856. The average amount due each member for 1911 Is $441.81, an lncreaas of $12.36 for the year." . WATER ROUTE TO SOUTH AMERICA First Vessel Leaves, Opening Service Between Mississippi Valley snd Brazil. " New Orleans, July 3. Inaugurating: service between the Mississippi val ley -and South America, the British steamer Inkum of the recently formed Mississippi Valley, South American at Orient Steamship company sailed from thla port for Brasll, carrying cargo valued at mors than $1,000,000. Ths new service It designed to pro Tide for, all water ahlpmentt from the Mississippi valley cities to South America, and the departure of the first vessel waa made the occasion for an official ' demonstration which was at tended by many business men from cities of the Middle West . . Vollva Sees Diaaster. Chicago, July 9. Wilbur Ciena Vollva, overseer at ZIon City, predict the destruction of Chicago, New York and other large citiesaad calls on hi followers to hurry to Zloa City, which he said would be the on?? place spared wbea the devastation tomes,.