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A. THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, VOL. CXXXI. No. 74. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER L 1911. 1W M.iil Ml IVuU a .Moiuli: Singh Colcs, 5 Out. Iv t arrw-r, IcnU a Mouth. Im m FOLLOWING HOLDS FUNERAL ft! IHE COJK I CLUB NEAR-CHAIRMAN MANN TOUCHED AT EXPRESSION OF CONFIDENCE; BUT THEY WON'T LET HIM QUIT Small Minority of Original Committee Ignoring Quorum Rule, Goes Through Solemn Farce of Calling Primaries and Con vention For Frank Hubbcll; Ex-Boss as Usual Pulls the Strings While New Man Friday, Stroup, Monopolizes Spot light; Ex-Boss' Organ Cheerfully Declares Majority of Old Committee Was Present; Sorrowful Gathering Already Marks Beginning of the Disastrous Finale. U'nh M l; i i i 1 v i n members of tho nriciiial county central ciminiiltco ol ,lri-iioc,. present at roll call, two ih,.r MciliiiK iiuiotly in lut i r. tho i.al'.-iei ami discouraged remnant nl' l!),. nine numerous hosts of Don Kruiieis. n. tho Tneasy Boss, gathered ,n the I'unimercial ilnh yesterday moMi i n ir. solemnly refused to let tho anxii o :s ' i liairman," Judge I-. A. Jl.iiiH resign, solemnly nppohiteil oi. nin commilici" to urait a can ror tin- r.umu conveniiiin ami primaries, i s.ileinniy declare, 1 that the for Ul,, should he held (ill September 23 the latter on September -!t: soi- i-itiri l- heard F.I logo Hucn iliselose uhi.'li side of the fence ho had fallen hi mill solemnly adjourned. The liufiivviiif; members of tho oriK m u i itntitfl committo,. of thirty-three, luo liftiintr since died, were present uli.n ln ndl was called and the In- ,...:! : ervi-f enially opened: llic Ivcmnant-. of (ho Faithful. 1.1 IS 3 KI'.IIl.l.U, Precinct I. fi;a.V('isci) i.icf.ko mn- TOY. A. Precinct a. j. u. sANt'ii i:z, fi.isf.o ciia- 1'KZ, Precinct fu DA Kill CHAVKZ, Precinct 7. TOM I H ' K A V , Prcehlcl I:!. Xli'tit.AS II I ' U K K A , Precinct 14. MA WKL IK I.N.AI.KS y I.iiPFZ. I'tCi'llU t II. Jl. KKP.(!l'rfSt, A. 1!. STPJUT. i;i:id:'".K s. ki.iu.'K, I'recinct 12. TUT 1,. KI.KVK.V. Mi:i.gl'IAIi:s CIIAVi:, I'recinct arrived when the nieetint; was half nv. r. Tiilal. InelinliliK Meliiiiadcs Chayc.. TWKIA I). Alleged proxies, vocal only, not in- Viilitaleii ; in iew of past events, lmilial.lv unauthorized ; for UKNHI Xii A NAY A, Pi iliil 1; A NT AST A - rm hi rn.; 1:1; I'l-erim t :ip T. .1. UWI.Ki:, I'recinct :'. Tula I. Ki'anlinu alleged proMes. FIKTKKN. Xeeessary for a iinornni, of living 111' 111 1 1 Is, sixteen. I'.oiiiIi I 11 ml Mr, P.iainlell. When the roll was called, and tlif liiiiiiii of Henry I'rainlell. counnittt t' liiui in laiKc, was reached, a colored ri'iii'esi nlalivc of Mr. I'.riiinleU arose anil dropped the follow ini;- lionili into i.' 11. i, 1st ol Hie cork-tie: "Mr. Hratnlelt has niithorizi'il me In iiifi'ini this inoctlnK lhat he docs not f'Kaiil it as consistent Willi his niah- li 1 1.1 desert Chairman i illeii w at cr ainl the i niiiinlltee, anil fur thai tvii "ll In i;s In he excused 1 1 mil boillK 'IVSi'Ilt III l e." Ni. ap plans.' was heard. 'I'li'ie were eleven "committeemen' I's.in when I he loll Wan called. Six'- l''ii is necessary fur n iiiorum. It 'imie ivni.al of the lliilihell melli- "(s Hi. 11 id,, kat heriii;; iievertiielcss at nice pun eeih-,1 to do business. In this i.'iiin . 1 1,11 iii,, u,ss' personal urnnn. ll'e 'Iriliinie-t'ilizen, of which he Is ' "' Ihe tonal imeiiis, stockholders ll,lil I. a. Ivors, in last ninlil's issue 11 'f'dly laled Unit there were "slx- "'n pnseut and that Henry I'.ran: "H was present, lull left the mum. ""'I il uas aiinoiiiieed that he had de l,'"l'' 1" lake 11,1 part in the proceod- "" .Mr. Hratnlelt was at no finic I'r,,s,""t an, I has heen nl'filialeil with 'i'1' I'milar eommitlee over since the 'In! I hit. Il will I,,, remembered that at a '"'''Villas llul.hell liieelinir Mr Huh. Ml', newspaper annnnnce,! that Jos 'ii'iira was present. That gentleman a"! luesctil and so staled in n 'winiiiiiii, atimi in 1 his paper, voliin 'p'"iii; Hie interestlns information ''Mi" had been approached hy Mr. '""'"H. hut that inducements proved u'lavAiijn,. Hi- l..,;' ornati lii th,, account of "I" I illn also neKlectcd In Kile Ihe """' "I' .0 i,i-...... n'" ' r.-iarc In calliue; the roll had 1 ."'t II i.r... ..... . 1 1 111.1 ( 1 I . . . .ri.', ,t o ,1 sc ,1 . 1 1 ' ""S l' "l p. he stoppcl w hen he read ." "'""" "f Maun appointees. When I, 1 ' "I tin' name of one of these, v ,V. ' 1 1 1 . lhat eeiitlcman nit u2" "I'l-esent" iii a steiiUirian ... "' ' vl'l" ti Is h,. ,,, .,S ,, I,,,,. ""li'-Hy poslo.l. ," """"iiiicini. Die object of the lit'-"'"' -Mumi bad ihe "I'iii.l- huksi,'" "'" '""""'"'''''I bcaee coin- Hi,. ... .--cue 1 milium, o, 1 ixiim ' 'filial "mnii Tl 1 1 1 It t . . tile h "e and Mann as chairman. ' .Mann then. In accordance Jll'lu', "letion, aim. ,1110 oil that his .,,,,, ' "'1,s 111 "'' liands of the .,,,"""' and nuiilcsilv withdrew. k,,,'."',. A' " s" lb !" well l'r.ii ''"fnier. iissuinln.r the (hair. ln.ni' r"' Slr""l u':l "!' l"'il lirolll n "sine ill the (..Hherina wilh the ,,. "I' -Ml', lliibhell and has evl- 1 1 ,"1 1 ' 1 1 j 1 ; . - - . Mai, ',, " nrnigos behind him I,,,,,1, '," -.al of tl. til,e superin- .,..! , l"nmg him from afar. Il il-,.,.', ,'"' ' 1'i igusson tliought Jii,... 1, "unwise" to consider a iiieii ""' S '''s'dioii. and made iiMl .!'" '" "'''l effect. It was car " 11 unanimous vote and .Mr. IT OF HUBBELL Sanchez was fippoitited a coinmitteo to liriliir .lude Mann ha. k while Profes sor Stroup broke tho news to him. The Jude, deeply turn hod and so overwhelmed with surprise that his emotion almost overcame Hint, Inlter iniily thanked uis hrelhrcn of the lluhlcll iiarty for this splendid i-pri-ssion of confidence. "! "oil I 'H deavor to fill Ibis posiinti In tile lust of my ability as mnrf as 1 am called upon. in fill II." said the jmlm add 1 11 H with deep feeling, -anil 1 hope il won't be too Ions." The assembly tile" Solemnly pro ceeded to fill two vacancies iai the old committee, caused by death; PuKi'iiio P. Harela of Precinct 4. and Hal'ael I Chavez of Precinct 11. The appointee were. Santiago itarci.i, Precinct . Nicholas Chavez, Precibct 11, both well known llubhcU I'cllowers. (in molion of Proles.soi' Strmii. w ln did most of the iiiovitiK. a committer of three was appointed to draft n "call," this committee consistlni; of I'l'oiessor Struiip, Cieoi'Ho S. Klock. who prulests he dies 110I sanction ihe ,'luliliell crowd, and Kra nelson l.iiccro y Monto.va. The call was dralied dur ing a recess and on 1 . ..sscmhllnir, I'mfessoi- Stroii) 11 ad the call in a ,oinl, clear voice, alter which Ihe dcl aati'M in the 1 1 11I1I11 II county conven tion wire named, and place for hold ing the primaries announ I. As far as could be learned, none of these primaries will bt. held in the rear looms of saloons or dives, the llul.hell crowd haviiie; evidently learned .1 Ut ile by exporiom c. The culminating feature was a riliKim,' address by the Honorable Ki te no I'aca, who has just decided upon which side of the lenee to drop and informed Ihe i;al hcrin amid applause by Stroup that he reyarilcil .Indue Mann as chairman of the enmity or ganization. Praneis.o lluhholl occupied a front seal and was as usual prominent In tae deliberations, tnakinu the . roper rei oninicndations at timely moment n tiarillnu the lu st places for hohlih'; Ihe pijmaries, the proper men for dele ;;ati s it ml oilier hill,, details with which his lonu experience has made him ciiiiversar.l. The KatlicritiK as held itnmediate- ly ov er an undcrlakinw esla blish ineiil. tile stiKnesition lhat it be held on the first IT001 ol the i i 11 1 11 1 1 ot'i ial dub nieetiuo wilh coiisidcialile approval anions the "ecminiltecmcn." Anuuiir the visitors were W. S. Slricklcr, (leoi'Ke 1''. AlbriKhl, malin ger of the llitbl.cll ornan, Jesus M. ilurcia, J. T. Mclaughlin and Colonel Mosci Stern. It is understood these Kenllemeti were present in ease hon orary pall bearers should lie needed to assist the active ones in disposing of the mortal remains of ihe lluliliell recline. As is evident from th, fore KoinK. Ihe services, while simple, were touching; in the extreme. The ;at In rins w as one calculated to fill he heart of the former boss' tools wilh kTooiii and despair and the silence which marked the pro;reSK of the ohseiptles was at times must op pressive. It was certainly deiiioii stration enoiiKh to .Indue Maun, the boss' fiureiieail, tind In the ex-boss iilinsolf as well as to the forlorn re mainder of his cohorts, that the latest llul.hell fitihl to regain useemlenov in the republican party in this county Is a lost cause before the campaign starts. CHOLERA VICTIMS TOTAL 657 IN ONE WEEK Chiasso, Switzerland, Sept. 11. The regular weekly official statement issued hy the Italian government on tin. cholera situation shows that from August L'T to September 1! inclusive, there were l.tllti cases of the disease in the century and ft a" deaths. I inly illleeli cusps and four deaths occur red at Messina, which Is a consider able decrease compared with the pre vious week. In several of the southern towns attacks on the cholera hospitals con tinue. The Inst iUiitons are being; de fended by the doctors and nurses at Hie risk of their lives. In one town in th,. prov ince of Salerno ten clu era v., Tims were kept for several days in their ew p homes to he mourn ed and i.'iressnil by relatives. Kentucky Hank Pails. Louisville, Ivy., Sept. 11. Notice tvas posted on the door of the Frank lin hank here tonight announcing that Ihe hank would not be opened lor business tomorrow. This action was taken following an investigation of the bunk hy a state examiner. Th cause of the action Is "bail paper." The Institution is capitalized at .- film. The deposits total about tlOO,-110(1. FARM LIFE' LATEST FRISON REFORM IDEA l. ;tv. iiw..rth. Kan.. Sept. 11. F-'-lieving that contra, I willi the soil lid: the oinnri of nun h ot his bitter feel inn' against society. Wunlon codding Hi Ihe Kansas suit oiiit ntiary, has adopted a plan of inilimi; all con victs t.i . 1 1 u . six months hot ore lilt ir role;.e. mi . prison larm cutah lished tor that purpose. Sixty ioIi vuts are now at work mi the larm. "'Put a man nut on a larm.' said Warden Codding, "lit him hear the sounds of tiatuie, smell ihe fresh Iii ss hi soil an. I plant, lot him watch things trow irmn a rotting seed to a, heauliliil useful thin.!, anil his bel ter nataiy. asserts itself. Ho gets a logical v(w nl lit ami is re.ldy to go into tin' world ami ho a heller mini.'' PRESIDENT TAFT IS LEERY OF DOCILE MULE Sedali.i. Mo.. Soit. 11. President Tall will n..t rlilo about town in a "oliari.it o state" drawn by eight big mull's whin ho visits SoiUtli.i Septom hor 30. The reception cnmniitl a which had ilanni'il this 1'oattiro of tlio president s isit tnilay rocoivoil a uiot tip fiom pevrrly that th" presi dent really preferred to ride In i motor car. It .iii. My changed plum a I T It on n I) olio member of t li" com mittee rcma I'Ucil : "There never was a molnr that could compare with a span of mules." 1 luce-1 out I'till I'atiil. Sin Francisco, Sept. 11. John HUM'S, a Un man who is regarded us an expert in scalinu bidder work and who has dropped Horn hiuh buildiuKs into a life nit scores of times, tell I mm a loin e three feet hinh todav and fractured his skull, lie probably will die. DEIS HE IS TO RETIRE Head of New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Gives Out Statement to Head Off Rumors. IRr Miirnlng .loumnl Hnasai Viwd HTre.1 Huston, Sept, II,-- Furljicr denial was made toliiuhl bv President Charles S. Mellon of the New York New Haven it Hartford railroad. Hint he Intends soon to t'elire. The denial was made In t telegram, vi'hiu Pres ident Mellon hviu from Hrcttoii Woods, N. i'I.. to the Assoi iated Press In answer to 11 telegram roeardinw Ihe ii'oaniiiK' of the following official Htatcnictit, given out today by the railroad press department In Now Haven: "The newspapers risk If it is Into, or If there Is any foundation lor the story that President Mellon Is to re- lire from the presidency. "Mr. Mellon is to retire from the presidency, but the dale has not yet been fixed." President Molten replied to lids to night lis follows: "The statement seems to bo unite complete and there is no warrant for any misunderstanding; of the runic. I am nm contemplating; retiring from tho New Haven road as long us my health ami slrengih and my associ ates on the board "f directors permit in,, to remain." Still further comment on the affair was given to the newspapers tonight mini the Huston press bureau of the New Haven roud. It follows; "Statement from President Claries S. Mrll. ti of the New York, New Ha ven and llartfcrd liailioad company: "I have always considered the sttb lect of my retirement as inevitable, but have never yet been able to fix a dale satisfactorily. Advancing years, physical incapability or dissat isfaction of the directors are possibil ities governing' such a (iiicstinii. The I i itst two have not occurred to me, and the hoard, so far as my knowledge goes, sci ins very well pleased at the Idea of my remaining In office in definitely; tlureiorc. 1 hp dale is somewhat remote." None of (he Huston directors of the New Haven road could he reached to night for comment on the report. Ituy Scouts Left Out. S t. Louis, Sept. 1 1. The pari I Hon ly the boy scouts in the c to President Tail when the latter its St. Louis on September i'i been abandoned, itocni ding to Ihe liig chairman oT the committee ipa- ort act on program and arrangements. I.asl Sunday the central trades nnd labor union adopted resolutions con demning the scouts and reiiuesllng' the musicians' union tun to furnish a bund tor the presidential party li the m outs were to become a part of the procession, OUTBREAKS IN MEXICO END IN FATALITIES Telmran Pueldu. Mex,. Sept. 11. Too much nepotism, coupled wilh Uu announcement of the jefe pollticy that he purposed to hold a new elec tion, brought about ,i fatal clash be tween the peopl,. or Coaxi al Ian and Ihe Madcrlsta guards yesterday. Four persons were killed nnd many wound ed. 'i w received todav is thai the residents of the place slill are in re billion and that the people of (ijal pam ami chllao have joined in the up rising. I.asl work the Jefe politico, Pen.l.i min llaldorns Manpies placed two ol his mar relatives In office and then announcing 'he was not satisfied vviln Ihe elicllons of June, called for a new vote. Monoplane Palls: Abator Hurt. New Vork, Sept. 11. Captain (leoi'ge YV. Mackey of the signal corps of the Michigan National C.naril es caped with slight hurts at the avia tion field at Mineola. I,. I., today when the monoplane In which he had made several circuits' of the field, fell on a feni'. The aeroplane was badly da mageil. PRESIDENT MELLON ILLINOIS GENT R ALST ATE OF L II STRIKE International Association of Machinists Dedires to Au thorize a Walkout Because of Improper Negotiations. THIS LEAVES AGGRIEVED - EMPLOYES IN LURCH ' Federation Will Be Immediately Reorganized With View to Renewing Demands For In ciease of Wages. (B Muralng Jonn.il fipartnl lul Wlm Chicago, Sept. 1!. The strike thicalcnid for M-vcral ii.... iy the shop men ol the Illinois Central rail road because of refusal of the railroad to rcoguize the federation of mechan ical employes, was finally avert oil to day and the federation will reorgan ize. The executive board of the Interna tional Associaion of Machinists met at Davenport, la., mid refused to au thorize a strike on the k'round that t lie system ft deration had not con ducted its negotiations properly and h it the federation without the Oeces sarv .support for u strike. When J. I'. McCrocry, president of ihe system fedcrut Ion, and his com mittee met witli W. K. Kramer and the euniinitt-ee of international olfl ci rs today when they received viord troni Davenport that the machinists executive board had voted positively against a strike. A strike without the assistance of the machinists' interna tional union was regarded as nt b ast hazardous. ' The federal olficiuls were inlurmcil hy the machinists' board that the method of procedure In demanding recognition from the Illinois Central wai) irtcBUiar. They were told that the action they had Uiken wus in violation of the tlilr'y-day notice Clauses in me eoMiruets ni oo'ii. ,1 Intel national union mid the riiilroaiT and a strike for recognitio mi unit basis ;'ould to t be intnri It was concliuiosi therefore to iXnr ganize the shopmen's federation iilou-new- lines and lo proceed lit conform ity with agreements so that the sup port irf the international unions might lie procured without jeopardiz ing existing agreements. Tomorrow ihe committee of inter nalioniil officers and the system fed eration lenders will meet again to formulate an nnnoiinccineiit to the Illinois Central shopmen setting fotili the cliciimstaccs and suggesting lines of future action. smii:i. ;oMPi:its ami (lim its AUDItl SS SIIOPMIA' l.os Angeles, tsept. II. Hundreds of railroad shop workers and members of various labor unions gathered In a mass nieitln tit labor temple tonight to bear addresses by Samuel (loinpers, president of the. American l-'edera I Ion of l.alior, and by .1. V. Kline nnd the hitter's nssociales on the com mil lei which recently conlerrcl In Sun Fran cisco with Julius Krutlschnllt, of the I la rrimn n system. Speaking of the demands made bv the organized shop cruris, Mr. Kline declared that Ihe railroads must rec ognize the lodi ration of shop em ployes. A strike was the last resort, lie said, and the interests of an In nocent public were involved. There fore, he hoped that the railroad mali ngers would "see the light" and agree to further conferences in which nm tual concsslons might 'be effected on )iolnts aside from the recognition of the shop federation. STATElXElTIVES E Thirty-Five Governors in Van guard of Those Who Are Ex pected to Attend Spring Lake Meeting, f IlT Mnrnlnc Jimmiil Smm1iiI lMi Wlr1 Spring Lake, X. J., sept. 11. 'the vanguard of thirty -five governors, w ho are expected n purth Ipule ilur Injr Hi,, week In the third minimi gov ortiors' conference, arrived loday. Fif teen slate executives wilh their wives sat down tonight at dinner while others arrived later. The convention w ill open tomorrow. Woodrovy Wilson, New Jersey's governor, will di liver the welcoinlnrr address tomorrow and (lovernor Jo seph M. Carey of W inning, who ar rived tonight, will respond. Interest centered largely totilghl Jndson Harmon, Ohio's governor. Mr Harmon spoke Rein -rally on many topics, but avoided political matters. "I am Here to listen to vv tint others have said, time t say; rmt to talk myself." be "It is neither the place nor the to talk politics." lames ltuscll Soley Dead. New Vork, Sept. II.- Jniiies litis scll Snley, former assistant secretary of the navy and known as an author, died today nt lioosi veil hospital of pneumonia. Mr. Soley was born In Itoston October l. isr.ii and wrtu gra(j uutej from Harvard in 1STI. SHOPMEN W NOT CO ON ASSEMBLED FOR dFERENC II VOTESTO REPEAL CLAUSE Estimated Majoiity in Fn of Constitutional Amendment is Placed at 904 With Returns Incomplete. TOTAL VOTE FOR APPEAL 60,782; AGAINST 59.878 ! Cities Were Chief Stroiu'Jv.iklj of Liquor Faction, They A1-: pioving Change, Thus Off-, setting Ruial Oppositions, j (fly MuralM limraal BiwrUI 1 m-l Wlrr . I Portland, Me., Sept. 11 i'nof- tb Ial and only partly revised re- ; turns Irmn tHH out of a'l elites. t towns and plantations In Maine. at midnight, gave a majority of j till! lor tile repeal of the plobil.- itory ciin-tilutional iiinciidmcni. j 'Ihe missing twenty-one towns cast less than votes al the state election luree years ago. The vote by congressional ills- tricts follows: For P.epcal Asr'nsl. ltcM'nl first District ,.17.:iS2 1 ."i . 4 ;'. V Second district, 1 5.9.12 la..'O Third District. I a.4."? 1 :i.:t Poio'th distriit. 14,011 lTi.as: Totab I1H.S72 a'.i.s7.- von; of ( 1 1 li s orrsFT Til T OF l!l DIM'ltlCTs Portland, Me.. Sent. 1 1. I'noffh Ial returns late tonight Indicated that prohibition was voted out ol the con stitution ol Maine tiida.v by a ma jority of ahieit I, mm votes. About I vv ciil.v -tiv e small towns had not been reported iin, Ihe vote of these, to gether with errors incident to the col lection o returns by telephone, slill !clt the vxai t result in some doubt, one Ittindrcd and twenty thousand voters cast ballots on the iUeslion. Wilh the twetil y-llve towns missile; Hie vote was t,u7'J foi repeal mi 'r.ll.STS against a i liange In- the con stitution - As had been predicted the cities were, the chief strongholds ol the re peal I i ill i ill but Ihe majority of l'J, iiiiii In the total city vole was barely sufficient, according In the l.itesi available returns, to offset the vote of the rural regions. Although today's vote did not equal lhat of a year ago, when the .1 i rats swept the slate, which for years had been a republican strong hold, the: election w as an interest intf contest. There was tint a home in any part ol the state which wus not flood ed with literature hy holh sides, while the olers Here walled on by person al workers and harangued at public gatherings to cast their ballots lor of against repeal. The result was that hundreds of volet's who had not visit ed Ihe polls for years, with the possi ble exception of lasl year, were re corded todav. I.iitle excitement marked the vot ing. Although the polls in some id' the cities were crowded dinliht much of the time, It was an orderly crowd and gave Ihe officials little or no (rou ble. Since Di'm Maine has had a stat ute prohlliillng Ihe sale of Intoxicat ing; t i 1 1 1 1 I'.-t and since ISM prohibi tion has been a purl of the constitu tion. Ill ISSI the ipiostioii of placltm prohibition In the const it nt inn was put liefnio thcpcoplc and prohibition won by a majority of l."i.'.iss, carrying every enuiily In the state. Following this the attacks of the anti-prolillii-tionisls ceased for a lime, oiiiy to be renewed ill later years. The deniocralic parly lasl year made Ihe ipicslioii of resit lim issimi of the ioiiMiliilioii.il amendment u plank In its ilat I'm in. The democrats swept the state in the election and Ihe legislature, aided hy solnc repub licans, voted to put the (Ueslioi be fore the people. The apparent decision of the vot ers oil the face of the returns tonight to take prohibit ion out of the ((insti tution, docs hot mean that liipmr can 1 1 1 vv 1 1 1 1 1 y he sold. The legislature must ad In tore the present statutory law adopted in 1 ."". 7 can he repealed and the i in si inn must again go before the people. W bet her lovernor Frederick W. Plaisli-inl will call a special session of the h glslat lire for Ihe purpose Is not definitely known, hut among prom inent deinoerats II is reported that the governor will take such a step. On the strength of the returns. In dicating- Ihe success of the rcpc-al movement, Mrs. I. Milan M. N. Stev ens, nation, 1 1 president ol the Woin- PROHIBITION CALL FOR MEETING OF REPUBLICAN COUNTY CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES A meeting of the Bernalillo County Republican Cen tral and Executive Committees is hereby called to be held at the court house on Saturday, the 16th clay of Septem ber, 1911, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of calling precinct primaries and the county convention to name delegates to the state and various other conven tions, and to transact such other business as may come before it. Attest: W. H. GILLENWATER, Chairman. A. E. WALKER, Secretary. ATANASIO MONTOYA, Asst. Secretary. , ' Albuquerque, N. M., September 9, 1 91 1 . I s 1 !i 1 , 11 T'. 11, p. I ,11. . I 111.. 11. t.v. d !',, l. iinHii:; si., loin. I,; ti.ei jit. ; T : , ;v 1,,, ,, . at. No 1 a!l lor rctiv.,1. ! ' Call I e blow II ' I..1II the ll, i, ol I 1 a.'. I. I The I'l -lilt ol the '-re.lt ball!.' JU-t ; i, -'il in Main,- is 1. iii .in. in, us, nt in Mh, ii. at onw.iid mat' h l.u pi,,!,iU Iti.ot. Iii. p,,w,r ! the htjuoi trust of lllo Malum ids P. I 11 deiHotlMl ..! d .IS l1 lei-ier mom-, i ,- leal i. . i , on, in g in,. mil. cm.- ! the 1 er. a. in. , .locator',, the vi ,ng. in- i.i-'imeis. the women aii, , hil- tl.li. it Is III :ll lime there should be i --.ic. t moi-iiu: ,. die tnoial and tv iuioi,, i,.i,, ,.i' this nation. Th.- na i i ii -t "I. n omc ihe li..i..r it.it i. "I Ibe U.llor It.llli. will .oelthlow ih.- nation " Cob. to I Fred V Dow. son t the let, ll.-ll. I .1 ial Dow. the Ial h . 1 of the Ml'lle prohibition .,w said te-IM-lll ' V vv,!' vi, lolv bv a'ooot 1. '.,,11 is in.!,, at. ,t. This wus sc. in, .I ni,.Ml tin. null the co-operation ol th. ma I'.i ,.att ot Ihe t epiitili.an ma. hn.o with the democratic orgam.at i,,n In ...'.nit, IS where o i oli 1 1 i I' H tl h,,.. !,,,n l -I etllol, e,i it was lust Ml I., mod ' N.-v.r.il ol the govotnois Int.- f,.r the governors' conici'cn.. torn,, now. .Ntiross.-d wtdelv diveig.-nt vi. ,vs on Ho- result. liovrnor Kiiiiii.-t ii'Xiil ot .Ma li. mi. i. SjH.I. 'I ..in delighted to hear that Maine h.. gone Wet. Wo had Ihe same Huh, in Vl.ib.niia in puis. w h, n I led aguuiM putting prohibition in the tat. , ousi itul ion. As the result of our v I, torv. we have ilip,,,-, ol the prolil, m In an ex. client ma iitiei'.'' Covcrnoi Albeit , liibhrist, of Florida . "It appears tint prohibition waves swoop the country about evi rv tweii Iv live veils. In Is.".;, or Iv'.t;, the '. w Fiiglaiul slates went dt v. Viable got H mi,, her , oiisiitutioti and could not 1 it out. Later the northwest and the south , ,, i Ion. oil the same , ti.inuc. Now comes the r. f"ex action, the one that will put the pros' out of business. My ,1,1 mil i, , ii tor a 'prohi b.itassee' is a man who, while taking a drink himself, does tod want to mc niv one else take anything but stom al Ii I. ittci s or soft di Inks." Coveriior Vissev. ol Smith Da- koi,; ' 1 regret vctv much that Maine has Ial, ,-n a bai kward slop.'' i iov ot nor Pothier, ot ;ho,le js- I I. in, I: j "I am not surprised. When I last j saw Lovernor I'laistod m Maine, n .hoc liietol of mine, he told me t tl 11 1 he was going to trv to do what he ha seemingly done. 1 am not tni'-prised at his success." Itlt llMOMI PI liso IIOHSOX mh m upitisi D it v i:i:si it Spring Lake X. J.. Sept. 11. Fresh Horn the , lose of Ids campaign In Maine. Congress-man Ph litnoiid Pear- mh llobsoti tonight heard lite news ol (lie uiitl pi ohihit ionlst's victory wilh the declaration lhat prohibitum would vet triumph. Mr. Ilohsoii le. turiicil to his siimtiii t home here to day alter speaking tor prohibition in Maine. "I cvpcii-d the result to lie ch.se." he said. "The outgrowth of city pop ulation over eiiiiiiliv population sine IsSt has been vary niaiked, maklliif the drill toward wet condil ions si totiti in proportion. I believ e, bovvev er. Hint this light has demonstrated lo stu dents of prohibition and temperance that the next move will not be or should not he ( mi I i nt, to Individual states. Inil should extend In Ihe I'nlt i d Stales. And I make a forecast that limn this second battle of Maine a movement will begin that will end In putting prohibitum m th,. e. iiismiiiiiui of the Fniteil Slates." HEIRESS IS KILLED T T Miss Carola Wocrishoffer is Crushed to Death at Can nonsville, NewYoik, When Automobile Overt inns, llr Mr, mini .Innrlliil Spfi lnl I uaril Wlr. 1 'Ibieliailiploll, X. V. Sept, 11.- iVtiss Carola W, lis Iter, twenty-sl via I'm old, 1 1 , , 1 1 " 1 1 1 , f of ih.- late Charles Woerishoffer. and heiress In millions, suflcred Injuries ol which she died to day In all : 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 . aeililont near 'aiihoiisville. Her car plunged down 11 steep eiiihaiiknieni. Three of her ribs were broken and one punctured a lung. I is not know n whether the steering gear broke or she lost control of the car. A woman companion es caped unhurt At Hie time of her death Miss Woor isholfer, as a wonun's Hade union league luvi sligaior ol' labor conditions wa.s making a lour of the slate. Vote to Continue Strike. Cleveland, Sept. 1 I . A refcri-niliiu, vole on the iiieslion whether to con tinue the slrike of six thousand gar ment workers today n suited HI to I for a continuation of the strike. IN MOTOR GAR ACCIDEN 1 BEGINS FLIGHT 1ST if Roheit 0. Fowler Makes Stat t Fiom San F lancisco On Pur posed Transcontinental Aei opiatie Tiin, SPED BY A MOTHER'S KISS AND GOD'S BLESSING Completes Fiist Leg of Rccoid Breaking Journey in Fast lime, Landing at Aiihui foi Ni;-ht. soi-niled at San Francisco at 1 :i7 p. m. lies, ended at Sacramento at 3: :iT n. in. l.l t Sacramento at " ':' p. m. peached Auburn at S ilii p. m. Distance from San Francisco 1'Jii miles. Total living time two hours, fortv-oue minutes. HIt Mvntlns Joaraid SnwUl I.mm4 Wlr. I San Francisco. Sept. 11. With Ihe steady trade wind of the Pacific nl his back, Hubert (!. Fowli r, the. first aviator lo attempt u transcontinental lllght, sped today up the fertile Sac ramento valley and landed at li:3t o'clock Ibis attornooll at the, toot of the whllo ramparta of the Sierras, the cotniuest of whose suuiinll may prove the ultimate test of success or lailiiiu for his attempt. Wl'li but a brio limit hi Siicraini nto for oil Hini gasoline lie drove his hiplanii high over the rolling foothills and landed without a single untoward Incident nt Auburn, Cal.. liMl miles trout his si.iiung place. Sped by a mother's "God bless you" Fowler rose from tho stadium in Hidden Hale park at 1:37 p. m., sweeping in a circle over the surf of thv Pacific bis air craft swlngiiu! like a compass needle until Ids 101 wnr, planes wire noticed In the kiii In the snow Hue of the Sierra through which lie hopes to piitM. Then, wlrlt th,. cheers of thousands billowing up to him, he sped over the city, swerved past ihe lorry tower, skimmed over the fighting ttiasis of the cruisers at anchor In the bay, with a hand wave of greeting and hummed steadily over the Hail ijtsl worn hy the Argonauts of '411. (Kir Ferkcley, Silison, Calinrtis tiuil Plmira he sped, Hying; with tli.i sanie steadiness that marked his star!. The watchers lhat checked his progress showed lhat lie was making a steady f,ut-lUe tulle an hour schedule ami he never varied from lhat pace. As he swept high over the don e of the state capilol al Sacramento l roar from the thousands massed In Agricultural park directed him to Ida binding- place. After a dariiut spiral he settled easily lo the ground, pull ing the coll. hi from his ears and shouted: "Well' I'm here, boys.'l "What lime Is It ?" He was told It was 3:37 o'clock. He had coveted the Illnetv ItlllcH of Ihe first leg of Inn journey in exactly two hours. "It was a gloat trip," he said. I had not the slightest engine trouble and the "leer of the nir, even over Car.u!iic7. straits, was perfect." He ii 1 1 1 1 hi 1 1 ', I that lie would con tinue lo Auburn tonight and Ids me chanicians who had followed bim iu a special train, loiight their way through the mob about the machina and proband for the colli inujil ion o" i lie JniirnivT. i 4 1, Wliilc tils machine was bcinu i-: t ooitioil. Fowl.-r .strolled over to the capiial and called on (iovermu Hiram W. Johnson. "I am delighted to see yon,'" said the governor. "We till hope most situ i rely thai you will reach your ihsi ma t Ion su fcly." "Have von any message for the governor of Xcvv Vork?" asked Fow ler. "Only yourself,'' replied Ihe gover nor. "Vmi will he utir best message i rotn I 'a litornla." Alter a hurried meat. Fowler re turned to the agricultural Held aeeoui t hi ii i i il by ilovernor Johnson. At f. : .". p. m., Fowler slipped buck iiiln the driving scat, signalled Ihe mei hanios and with "(toil speed" from the governor, was olf to the east w a rd. After leaving' Sacramento Fowler made th,- lastest time of the day. He covered the eighteen miles from Hue lumclilo to Itoseville III 111 lllillllles .ui,l the iwenlv five miles from Sacra ni, 1 1 1 . i to 1 . ii i in is iu iiiliiiiles. Ho maintained u speed of fifty-four miles an hour from :-'a, i a in i u t " to Auburn. It began to glow dark as he left New-ea-tle shortly after ti o'clock and lot ih eiilod lo descend at Auburn rather than risk losing his way In tin attempt-, to reach Collax. the stopping place originally scheduled. As he flew over Aiibuin, he shouted to Ihe crowd his iniiiilbm to descend and circled slow Iv around Ihe dome of the Placer Co. court house unlit a space hud been ch ared tor him to alight. He descend ed without accident nt fi..'!fl p, m ami announced his Intention of starting; for Iii no at 7 a, in., tomorrow. A crowd of distinguished persons gathered at the stadium in San Fran cisco s big park to bid Fowler "bin vovage." licpresentatlves of Hie nrmy and navv greeted him and lifter n. trial flight his biplane was ihrlstene,! with a bottle of sea water from tha Pacific hy James polph, Jr., a direc tor of the Panama-l'aciflc cxposl. Hon, Ills niniher s kiss was hot tlie only one cinplanteil on Ills Hps before til slaried oh his lianardous Journey. be passed close lo 'he ropes that held back the crowd from the machine, a pretty and liiipctuotm youui; lill ROM 1 UVfi!