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ALBUQUEKQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-SECOND YEAR. Vol. CXXVII., No? 18. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JULY 18, 1910, By Mail, I Oct. Month! Mnjrfo Copina, cent. Uy Carrier, 0 oenu Moutta. THONGS SEEMOB WRECKS POLICE DIG FOR CLUE LITTLE DOUBT BODY IS THAT OF BELLE ELMORE Little New Light Shed on Crip pen Mystery; Missing Phys ician Vanishes Utterly From Human Ken, j JHr Morning Journal Bueclsl Ijiud Wire 4 Iindnn, July 17. The Hillclrop Wcscent residence of Dr. Haw ley H. Crippen, In the cellar of which the mutilated body of a woman was found enrly lust week, wns visited to day by thousands of Londoners. All day lung the house was the center of alti-ncilon for great crowds of curl iiiis. interested in the digging opera tions of the police, which have been renewed in the hope of finding some further clue to the crime. . Friends of Mrs. Crlppen, known under the stage name of Belle Kl more, are convinced that the body which is now awaiting the coroner's impiest, will prove to be that of the missing dinger. The nature of the re port of the physicians who have made un examination of the body, has not been disclosed, but it Is an nounced that they are convinced from in examination of the dead woman's heart that she did not suffer from disease of that organ. During the latter part of the week there has been a remarkable series of murders in London, Newcastle and Cromer, and in every case the murderer has escaped. According to the published statement of her married sister, Ethel Lenov , who la believed to have been Dr. Crippen's companion when he disappeared from his home, In a hur ried visit to her on July II. professed the greatest anxiety over the possi bility that she was not Crippen' legal wife. After the. announcement of the death of Helle LTmnre, Dr. Crippen Introduced the Lcnevo woman as his wife, although there has been n' proof forthcoming so far, that a nía, Tinge look place. I he sister says Crippen informed IClliel Leneve that lie bad Just discovered that Helle 101 more as still living, and that he pro posed to go to America to clear up the matter. Tllll OCMAN I.INEItK Mill m:iu iiitd w iTiuH t avail New York. July 17. Three inbound steamers from British ports were searched for Dr. Harvey Hawiey Crip- ! pen today the Cedric from Liverpool and Queenstown, the Columbus from Glasgow and the Cleveland from Hamburg, Southampton and Cher bourg; but on none of them was there a trace of the man lor whom the police of the world are looking. Three detectives, aided by Mine Ginett and her sister, Mrs. Hyde, both friends nf ISelle F.lmnre, the doctor's missing wife, scrutinized every pas senger. Although they were disap pointed once more, they still have lmpes of Intercepting the doctor here. EXPECT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHARLTON CASE Washington, July 17. Develop ments In the Purler Charlton extra dition ease are expected at the state department this week, following the, receipt from Home ol the formal np-iof plication for the removal of the young j American to Italy for trial r n a charge j of having murdered his w ile at Ijike , Como. State department officials have dc. clhied to discuss the attitude of this government Thin reticence applies to the query as to what the I'nited States will do in the event Italy refuses to grant extradition under similar cir cumstances, namely, when one of its subjects is charged with committing a rime In America, and escapes to Italy, as well as to all other subjects Involved In the evchntige. ONE MAY DIE AS RESULT OF AUTOMOBILE CRASH Seattle, Wash.. July 17. Seven persons were Injured, one probably taially, when an automobile driven bv W. A. Hriggs and carrying a party of friends, ran Into another machine Iriwn by Henry Mayamoto, a chauf feur, today. Mr. Hriggs, who Is su perintendent of an of rice building, "'tained a fractured skull and Is not expected to survive. SUICIDE ACCUSES WIFE OF THE "JUDAS KISS" Washington, July 17. Accusing hi I '! ,,i bestowing upon him a "Judas' "." 1 nd of Instigating his arrest asj tugithe from Justice. William 1.1 L, ns to, i n's life by hangning him "lf with his leather belt In ht cell in j a poller station heie today. Lyons lleKB, i fonse was handbook making 'I" le , n,,le n,dles-ed to bis wife uung her of hetrayin; Ills pr'i'cnoe in the , in lfcvriiiai,i of Henry lar IVa.l. l-' Xingtop, Ky.. July 17. James F. ' lav. a descendant "f Henry Clay, and a bromlnent breeder of running and foiling horses, died today at his ur.trv estate, Man rmotit. P.ourbon c""my. j, frvv mie from this city. Sillín FE TRAIN TWO FATALLY SHOT IN . RIOT NEAR CHICAGO Carload of Rushed to Railroad Police Scene: Brewer's Picnic Ends in Free for All Fight, I Br Murnliif Junrnnl Rue.-lid tjwd Wlrel Chicago, July 17. T. E. Mulvihill and Patrick Hnlev were possiblv fatally shot, several other men were seriously injure,), and a ten-couch ex cursion train was wrecked by a mob during a riot at Columbia park on the Sunt ti Fe railroad West of Chicago ale today. A donen of the wounded. Including Mulvihill and Haley, were brought Into, Chicago aboard a fast train and taken to a hospital. Offi cials of the Santa Fe meantime rounded up a carload of special police, who were rushed out to Co lumbia park. The police discovered that the first section of the excursion train, upon which the trouble started, had been so badly wrecked that II was Impossible to move it. A num ber of arrests were made. The trouble occurred at the end of the annual picnic given by the em- pluyes of a large Chicago brewing concern. The train that was to bring the picnickers back lo the city was made up In two sections. A major ity of the passengers wanted to rid In the first section. After the first section had leen filled, the crowd continued to attempt to get aboard, at this Juncture, It is said a trainman drew a revolver and attempted to drive back those nearest him. A rush followed and the trainmen fired. Tin crew of the first section of the train were driven Into the woods near the park as the mob began to hurl stones and clubs. governor's Fallid- Dies. Mi-rgantown. V. Va.. July 17. Dan iel til'iest i ck. S:' years old, father of Governor Glcs-cock, died at his home In this lily t-dny. Besides Cnvernor Glasscock, two other sons. Fuller of this lily, and S. A. D. Glasscock of Hcl'ingham, Wash., also survive. HOTTER WEATHER PREDICTED FOR THIS WEEK Reaction to Lower Tempera ture Expected in Northwest; More Sweltering for South west in Prospect. (Bt Morolo .Jo., mu I Hperlul IaJ Wlrrl Washington. July 17. According lo the weather bureau forecast, In the plains states this week will open with high temperatures and there will be warmer weather during the middle the week In the Mississippi valley, Hy Monday night or Tuesday there will be a reaction In the extreme northwest to lower temperature. High temperatures are Indicated for the sotuhwest. In the northwest and Pacific slates and In the plateau region the weather will be generally fair during the week, while there will be showers In the middle west about Wednesday. Tiiitrr Dir. riioM iif.at IN McAI.KSTFIl. OKI.A. Oklahoma City, okla., July 17. The temperature over Oklahoma Sun dav varied from its to 103. Three I men died in McAl. ster from the heat, land four others were stricken down nt I their work. heavhtKs in SOUTH CONTINUE WorshioDers Stunned When Lightning Hits Church Spire Boy Drowned in Kentucky Inundation. 117 Morolo J.Minaai Mowlal Til! Cincinnati. July 17. Torrential rains visited a large section of south ern Ohio, northern Kentucky and southwestern Indiana today adding to the large damage done hy yesterday's cloudburst. So far as reported, there was no loss of life today, though many persons were Injured. N"ar Paris. Ky.. n bot of lightning struck a church and a dor.en oi shippers w ere f tunned. IU.Y lltOWH Willi K it AMir.vnir.it i:sorr.s. Ixxlncton. Ky.. July 17. Another disa-trous rtorm arcnipanled liy lightning, swept over central Ken tucky. doing heavy damage to the wheat, tobacco and corn crops. Telephone and telegraph wires are down in many parts of the blue Grass section. Near Dine Lick Springs Henry Work and his grandson were ennght In the flood and the boy was drowned. !ii:vi:s vi:i:p in wyominu: y Kvmr.it man to vr.i Cheyenne. Wyo., July 17. Report from the dry farming country be tween Cheyenne and the Nebraska state line, say that the heaviest rain of the season fell last night and early today, insuring maturity of crops threatened by prolonged dry weather. It was unnounecd today that W. S. Palmer, section director of the weather bureau, and Mrs. Mary Mc Cnbe of this city will be married next Thursday. coi.ohaim) c "un nnrn.sT Cl!l:li:s AWAY WIIIMJKS Cripple Creek, Coin., July 1". Meager advices received here from Divide, Colo., report a cloudburst there late today which carried away several bridges and did much damage lo crops. IM11.T t 'Al'SK.S COSTLY liitr . IN 1511! ITIJ.MAX SIIOI'S. Chicago. July 17. During a storm today lightning- struck the freight car Khops of the Pullman company, at Pullman, causing a fire that resulted in damage of more than $ 10a, (Kid. PLIICEDlOPE CHARGE AGAINST ALLEGED LYNCHER OF DETECTIVE Nineteen Year Old Zanes Ville Youth Faces Murder Trial for Part in Recent New ark Tragedy, (Br Morning Journal Hócela) 4 Wire Zaiesvillo ft.. Julv 17. William Wurster, Jr., a lo-yeur-old boy, was arrested here todav charged wilh murder in the first degree in connec tion w ith the lynching of Carl Kther ington, the "dry" detective, at New ark, teir days ago. The warrant ae cuses wurster of lastenlng the rope around Ktherlngton's neck. Wurster who Is employed in a pool room here was held without hull. To reporter he said be was in the mob, adding that he "had been drinking." GUAM) tH'ltV PHOMISI.S SKAIU IIING IXQlIltY Newark, Ohio, July 1 7. A search Ing Investigation Into recent riols here and the lynching of Carl Kther ington, a "dry" detective, Is prom ised by the special grand Jury which converges here tomorrow. Attorney General Denman and his assistants, William Miller, held their final conference tonight with Prose cutnr Smythe and Mayor Ankele prior to the special grand Jury's ses slon. All downtown Newark were closed today, but the saloons police of the raided two In the outskirts city. KAST I IVI ÜPOOL Moll VICTIM I.OSKS lU'I.I.KT Bnsl Liverpool, Ohio, July 17. Al bert Kecldlc. who was shot last night by Ira Hickett, an etui-saloon league detective, was able to leave the hos pitnl today after the bullet had been removed from his left leg. The ex citement which followed the shooting has subMided. WOMAN NOT SORRY FOR KILLING GAME WARDEN Springfield. 111., July 1.. The cor onets Jury today recommended tnai Mis. Frank Stout, who confessed to having shot and killed Deputy State Game Warden John O'Conner be held for murder without bond. Her six hildren remained with her In the Jail innex ail day. Mrs. Stout expressed no regret at having assassinated O'Conner, who, she alleged, had ti uneil her and made objectionable ad vances toward her. Her husband who was held pending inoiiirv. was released today. GENERAL RAILROAD STRIKE DECIDED ON IN PARIS Paris, July 17. A general strike has been decided upon by the central committee of the National Railroad ers' union. Alter midnight tonight. t which this decision was taken, the strike committee was instructed to rush arrangements and gite the ig ual for a general walk-out as noon as possible. It was announced that the railroad companies have reiined to consld'T further negotiations. The members of the union who de mand an Increase In wages and other ameliorations, had already voted. In principle, to strike, pending the re sult of negotiations. Auto Accident I'l-ai-tun-m Ja, Havre. July 1". Max Knensch of Waco. Texas, was seriously injured in un automnnne accident here today Ills Jaw was fractured and he suf fered other Injuries. He was placed in St. liomaiu hospital. NECK VCIl INT DICTATE REPUBLICAN PLATFORMS SAYS ÍAFÍ President Intimates He Has All He Can Handle in Making Congress Fulfill Party Pledges. REFUSES TO VOUCHSAFE OPINION ON CANDIDATES Recognized That Fight in Ohio Will Be a Hard One; Garfield and Longworth Assiduously Groomed for Nomination. (By Mnrnlnc Jnnraal Special Luud Wlrs Heverly, Mass., July 17. President Taft today Htated with Mriktns fir- phnsls the position he Is taking with gard to republican slate platforms and candidates. The president does not think he should be callen upon to write the party declarations In the different commonwealths or to name men for any of the elective offices. A president, it was intimated, has n pretty 'big job on his hands when he undertakes to fulfill all the pledges In the national platform and brimr congress around to the same way or thinking. As to planks In state platforms en dorsing the administration, the presi dent feels that unless they can be written upon what he has said and done since taking office, nothing- he could add in a personal way would help matters out. The Ohio conferences the last three days have served to bring out the president's attitude. He wns in formed of the general tenor of the platform to be ndopteitvit the. Colum bus convention be lap'... part ol this monlh, but he did not go lot the de tails of planks. 1'nder no circumstances, the presi dent let it he known, would he ex press an opinion as to candidates. The fight this fall in Ohio, it Is gen erally acknowledged, will be a hard one, but Mr. Taft feels that a conven tion made up of 1,301) delegates can he trusted to choose Its o-.vn candi dates In Its own way. Mr. Taft has been told that none of the three avowed candidates, Carml Thompson Warren G. Harding and t . It. Hrown, has a majority of the voles. This has led to the opinion that a, compromise candidate must lie found. The friends of James U. Garfield are hopeful that the delegates may turn to him. but the state leaders who are friendly to the administration and who will write u strong Indorse ment of Mr. Taft and all of his acts in the platform, declare Hint Mr. Gar field cannot be nominated. The only other candidate who Is much talked of Is liepresentative Nicholas Long- worth. It is said, however, that Ml Longworth much prefers to remain In congress, and it will take a great amount of pressure to get lilm Into the state fight. Judge Reynold Kin kalde of Toledo, spent nil hour or more with the president today. Judge Kinkalde was strongly urged lor the gubernatorial nomination some weeks ago, but let It be known that he pre ferred his place on the state bench Senator liurton Is lomlng tomor row. Senator Di. k is Mill here and Wade II. Kills, chairman of the Ohio executive committee, Is within a few minutes' ride. They all expect to huve a final word with Mr. Tall tomorrow. The president today consented to make three speeches In Maine, at Kastport, Itangor and dockland, dur ing his ten days' cruise In the north ern waters. The Maine cectionn are held September 12. Mr. Talt will speak at Kastport n, xt Tuesday al liatigor on Saturday and Itockland on Tuerday, the twenty-sixth. Senator Lodge of Massachusetts lunched with the president today. This morning as the president was about to enter the first Cuitarían church at Heverly, Giuseppe Deven cenzo, recently naturalized, became excited over seeing the president and set off h firecracker. There was some excitement among the watchers near ulseppe, but the man was not mo lested. 1 1 rrv i.i'f.isr,Ti i: ASIMIIAXTS OV (ROI Al Springfield. III.. .Lily 17. Lager t" be the first to file their petitions witu the secretary of state tomorrow morning, more than fifty aspirant for legislative honors are In tin- clu tonight. .Many of them have their epr.-yentatives stationed at the dooi -if the offb-e of th.- sc.remry. await- ng the opening ,,f the office in the morning. Prominent among the arrivals to dav wns Lee O'Ncil I'.iowne, minor!!'. ead.-r of the house, who prophesied bat he would be r nominated and re-elected, despite the bribery chutce mude against him In connection with the ele. tion of William Lorimer to the Culled States s. n.itc Call liMlriMHHli-iit Mivention. Philadelphia. July 17. The com- mitte of Independe,. I orc.inl.ed to arrange a state convention for the nomination of candidates in opposi tion to the republican and democratic statr tickets, toibi) made public formal call for a convention to be held In this city on July UN. Purls 1 1ize Winner. Paris, July 17. Nash Turner' Mull Catichois today won the l'ri de La Sein over the Antuil course. Another Infant Victim Dies. Topoku. Kan., July 17. liollin Meyer, two years old. son of 11. K. Meyer, of this city, died or Infantile paralysis tonight. It was the second dentil from the dcase here this sea son. The local hoard of health nuar sntlned the house. l iner Hits lulling lioat. New York, July 17. The lliimhurg Amerlcan liner Cleveland which dock ed here today, was in collision yes terday nftemoon In a fog with the fishing schooner liellance. The wheelman of the liellance seeing that a collision was Inevitable Jumped ov erboard but was picked up by his mates. Then the Pellunce resumed fishing and the Cleveland went on her cou rse. MILK MAGNATES MAKE CONSUMER COME ACROSS New York, July 17. Two of the largest milk distributing companies in the city announced today an Increase from eight to nine cents a quart In the retail price of milk. Í E STEPSON OF STEVENSON UNEARTHS LOOT Youthful Progeny of Fellow Novelist Experiences Thrills of Which Great Story Teller Wrote in "Treasure Island," Bf Mornlnf Journal Rncclal Tsm4 Wlrs San Francisco, July 17. When ill lie Louis OsboVne, H yea! old. ill son nf Lloyd Osborne, novelist, and step-son of the late Pobeit Lewis Stevenson, armed himself with his midget shovel and went out on a sand 1:111 near his home, here to dig yestel day, he had vision of finding treasure. This Is not an unusual thing for the lad. lor ho has not heard his father's Illustrious step-father talked nhuut without gaining some spirit ol adventure of the author of "Tito Treasure Island" fixed In his inlnd So while Louis dug he hummed: "Sixteen men on Yo, ho, ho, and a Drink and " i dead man's chcsl bottle of rum; The lad slopped digging because his shovel had encountered an oh .ilructlon. Tested, carefully, the thing I hat resisted proved to bo metal Then Louis dug more furiously than ever. In a lew moments he un earthed a metal box. And, sure enough. It contained treasure. Open ing it hastily, the lad found i'.HUO shares of valuable mining stocks deeds to city property, other valu able papers and several empty ring boxes. Of course, the boy did not realize the value of the property, but he knew the papers must be worth great deal or they would not hav been placed In such a seouiv box. So he haslilv carried his find to bis mother, who turned the property ovei lo the police. The papers belonc lo Augustus I-' Inibrie, a wealthy man whose bouse Is closed and who is out of the city. The police think robbers have ransacked the lmbrle rcshl.-ii.-o H"l alter tak ing money and Jewelry tr.rtn the box, buried It. CLAD IN WHITE DUCK, COLONEL ATTEND CHURCH Oyster Hay, N. Y.. July 17. Lx-Pr-'sab nl lioosevelt went to church today in a suit of spot Jess while duck. .Mrs. lioosevelt and Archie were with l.iio. Tlils week Is lo be a ,iiicl one it Sagamore lljll. Tew isitors and no political contcrcncc are cxiw-cl- ,1 Colonel Loosed! hopes lo put in most of tlie time writing lipeeeiies lor his western trip. DRIVER DROPS DEAD AS WINNER GOES UNDER WIRE Winnipeg. Julv 17 Lob Simmon, l vet. -tan American drixer. dropped lead Saturday evening after diivtii Heubih I!. to vl. torv nt i:liioiioti track. He was Mi years old mid lor !rtv-tive years was a- ,lti,r Vim iu -ns was well known in Montana .iiiil other iveMein stat.-s. PAYMASTER VANISHES; FOUL PLAY FEARED i N. , Yotk. Julv 17 -"ought tonight J. Iliillwlnkb-. - Theater, who The po i i-i ari h In -inicht loniglit to n an h ii Arthoi th- Nl payma let bus iot be seen "nice I'riday. when be drew ll.C.rt from the hank, paid $170 ! theater .-niploses unit ins tppearcu The management fe:ir that. In- m have met with loul play. P i LOS AeJGELEHO (ILLS WIFE tT WOUNDS SISTER-IN-LAW AND ESSAYS SUICIDE Wife's Refusal to Sign Deed for Sale of Home Results in Brutal Murder by Prominent Citizen, 3t Morales Journal Nuortsl 1ih4 Wlrel Los Angelee, July 17.- Because his wile refused her consent to selling the homo plan-, G. C l.uinveiler, son of a pioneer mining man and iinetitor of this city, shot and killed her today, icrlously wouncb-il her sister and then attempted suicide. ,!le swallowed a small portion ,,f diluted cyanide of potassium, but owing to the fact thai h!s home was close lo the county hos pital, where surgeons acted promptly, he Is out of danger tonight. Mrs. Luitwcih-r cas sitting at break fast with her siste r. Stella Dillingham, when her husband entered the room. "Are you going lo sign the deed for the sal, of the place?" he asked, "Lei's not talk about it," Ids wife replied. Lullwcller went out col the porch un, I returned In a moment with a re volver. He llr.Ht fired at Miss Dilling ham". She fell with a bullet III her shoulder. Luliweiler then Hied a bullet Into Ilia wife's brain. She died a lmost Irnincdlalcly unci Lull welter fired a ivcoond nhot at Miss Dillingham, the bullet passing through the girl's righl arm. Lultwcllei then hurried to his room and took the dose of cya nide. SPRINGFIELD MAN MAKES CLEAN BREAST OF CRIME Springfield, 111., July 17. Chest, r Sitien, -r, a niarrled man, was arrested tonight, ilmrged with murder. He h-is coalussc-d to the, police, lie says I.. ec lived tlv: serví' --", of Mrs I. aye sweet to pc Hum ail operation upon Kdllli Itagel, aged "'1, of St. .allies III. The girl died In local hospital here today of perltonllis. A warrant was Issued for Mrs. Sweet. SHERIFF PINCHES SUNDAY BALL New Yoik League Game, Fol lowing Sacred Concert, Rudely Stopped; Four Stars Hauled to Cel.". boose, (Rr Morulas Jonranl Morrisi t-ad Hire Klmlia, N. Y , July 17 The New York State league game between Kl- mlra and Syracuse was slopped today by Sheriff Day, who arresied four of the local pluers on the charge of violating the In iv against Sunday busebnll. A sacred concert preceded the ball game, Admission was charged n, mis ml when it was concluded the an nouncement was made tnui tile gate would be opeii.-d lor live minutes to 1 1 low anyone who so wished, to leave the grounds. When the five minutes were- up, tlie gate wa- closed and an empl made to play the game Wil liam Mack went into the pitchers box 1 Stephen o'Nell too! bis place be hind the bat. As soon as Mack had thrown the first ball. Sln-rilf Day ar rested him and lln- catcher. .lames Naule and John cioiiuln-r, the tegu lar bal I cry, w l i e sent In. .i ml as soon V. loo, were further at th" game. ,s a I-a II was thrown t li lc el under at rest. I N tempt was made to play I'h, tin-n wen -I- d on bull. r- FATHER OF AVIATOR DIES ATI FUNERAL i Elder Eibslohi Succumbs to Apoplectic Sjfroke Result If Stiofk at Soil's Tragic Dealli, I By Mcirsins Jearnsl MoerUI l.Mel w lre Soling, ii. ICIi.-tiish I'los-i... J ii t 17 The father ol i is. a r Krhslohe, ho is killed on Jul) I :l when the ben zine LUIR ol Hie OHIUIOle ii. union U blolle explode,!, died Irom 11111111- xy loclav at his- sop's fiiuei.il. The .ll.oplc -.toe k .liMtll. rile toll SI I oke iw ili: la brought on bv aeronaut's trayic lil Iroiitic Will Tokio, .luí I ; initiation of lb me year bene.. to Gill opea n . c'.D.it J'.iit.un. .la I na o Termínale. - Notices of the t.-r- commercial treaties have been dispatched c o'jiiii I -.. itiohi.lina BREAKFAST PLAYERS UNCLE JOSEPH ARRIVES E AT El OLD TIME SNAP BACK " IN THE SPEAKER'S EYE Feeling Vigorous as Ever, Ho Says; Will Complete Speak ing Tour as Scheduled in Fouith Kansas District, : (Ity Mnrnlnc Journal RimrlsJ I um4 Wtrtl WinI leld, Kan, July 17. DespltB the fact that he was overcome by thn heat while delivering a chautauquii address here yesterday afternoon. Joseph G. Cannon, speaker of the house of representatives, said today lie was feeling as vigorous as ever. Notwithstanding- Iho advice of l i ieuds. lie rietei uilui-d to begin to morrow a scrbs of political speeches In the fourth Kansas congleisslonM I district, "1'nele Joe," however, quali fies his animtini-eineni that lie will keep bis speaking- engagements by Miylng that he will not attempt to fill all the speaking dines If he suffers from the heal during his speech" ar Kniporia tomorrow' iiftei-noon. In fact, to conserve his strength, he muy curtail the Kmporla rpeeeh to about forty-five minutes. "Congressiniiu Miller of the. fourth district." said Speaker Cannon tu the Associated Press today, "Is sick and unable on that account to wage tho campaign In bis district that ho de sires. He asked me to help lilm, and I want to do It. for he Is an honest congressman and a square man." Mr. Cannon is sch-?t1uled to speak at Kmporla, Monday afternoon: at I'.urlliighaine, Monday night; nt Har rington, Tuesday ulternoon, Mild Marlon, Tuesday night. These are all the peaking engagements ho liniv has In Kansas. Last night was cool and Speaker Cannon slept well, lie' was driven In nil nulotnnhilo last night lo Arkansas flu, where he made an open air political speech. As he expressed U, be "began lit Ar- I minis wl. be off SI U'lnfb Id." Speaker Cannon had n late break fast this morning at the home of L. Lnfferly, whoso guest he has been during bis stay In Wlnlleld. and he spent the rest of the morning on the I runt porch enierlalnlng political! friends unci neighbors with stories and political philosophy. The gathering at the Lnfferly home this morning was almost an Informal house party, In which Speaker Can non was the central llgure. congress man Campbell of the third Kansas district, who was one of the early callers, congratulated Mr. Cannon un bis color (ind the snap of Ills eye and i stranger, not knowing Hie story of yesterday afternoon, would not have xpecteel today that the speaker nl that time wns a victim of the ex treme heat. Speaker Cannon left he ro at 11:4(1 in. for Kiupnrla. iti:ivi:s .vr iMi-oui iv I'll 1ST LASS COMHTIOV L'mporUi, Kan., July 17. Speaker Joseph .. Cannon arrived here from VVInlicld. Kim., at .1:fiU p. m., and de spite the high temperature of the) altcrnonn, he said he made the five- hour nip without any discomfort. So ,r as Is now apparent, the speaker i suffering no at ter-ef fects from his experiences at Wlnlleld yesterday when he was temporarily overcome by the heat. He will open his tour of the fouiili coimresslon.il district. with a si rh here tomorrow after noon. r- ;tno,oon in Nome Gold Dust. Sea l He. Wash., July 17. The steamship Jellcrsnn, from Skagway last night, btonebt t :t 0 il. till 0 u .Nomtt Id dust. liis-cptfon to lichgate. lliu bos Ay res, July 17. The Amerl--au milliliter. C. II. Sherrltl gave it irilliant reception lust evening to th" merlc an delegates to the I'lin-Anierl- i congress mu I the members of the International students' congress. EIGHT KILLED, THIRTY HURT IN BRITISH WRECK Melbourne, Australia July 17 Light persons w.ie killed and t Ji irt were Injured today when the Lrighton ex press I.,. iiiul for Mill rne collided at tlie Kb hmoiiil station wiih a stuiid lug train. WRECKERS DITCH TRAIN ON FRISCO; ONE DEAD Tort g ilieer Worth. Tenas. July 17. f!n Dooamp was Instantly killed. Klr. in in Pen y Hamilton fatally s aided, and Fireman N'agle severe ly Inland when the engine drawing a soot hteiii ml Frisco passenger train went into the dilch one mile west of T.ilar toiiicbt. Hullroad officials re port that the wreck was due to trslri areckers. a clamp having been fast ened to the rails on a sharp curve. The pas.-. Iig. i s escaped Injury. Two killed In IVimvt Wret'k. l a ni ii-ter. I'a.. July 17. An engine and tender on the Pennsylvania rjil road turned ..ver tod.iy neur Marietta while rounding iieurve. f. R. Itlxler, a bra k. -men end D 1-7. Ivenllnger of I'bil.nli Ii-I ia a lireinan. were killed.