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THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, VOL CXXXI. No. 80.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1911 r M.ut r.o tents a ! mi ! : sins!, CopU s, 5 vnia. r.v ( ai ri.-r. GO ( t uts a M.milt. WE NATOH GAHTEH of Montana is CLAIMED BTf DEATH His Career in Public Life of Na tion Was Both Notable and Picturesque; In Politics 29 Yea is. FIRST REPRESENTATIVE TO SERVE HOME STATE j fiiMlO' 'I' ' "Liu. : Commissioner of Lan Offiro tfiQI-09 Rufir- UIIICL IOJI JZ, HtUI ins to Conduct Benjamin Hanison's Second Campaign. (By Mornlnf J.inrnnl Kpclul Ta4 Wlrrl Washington. Sept. IT. Former I'liiinl Slates Senator Thomas I!. ( .hi. i ol .Montana, lor yea. a notn ,,. an. I pictitl csiptc charai l r in na tion.:! polities, nine chairman of the e iiibli, an national re littee ami Mine l.u-t year chairman of the Aim 1 ican section of the international j..u.i eiiininis:jCiii. died nt his home In.,. 1:1 1 1 today of infarction of the lungs. Ik- was &T years olJ. Mr Carter had K-ou under the cure ol a physician for months, lie miis utile to go 'ihout, however, uml his ailment, n filling ot the lungs with clotted blond, did not become iti-nte until ahont a week ago. A llal tinioie specialisi was summoned last Wednesday and that time the attend ing physician expressed eonlidence in tin- patients recovery. Hut the mai U I)- beanie Worse and death re.-nlted ,it o'clock this morning, Mrs. Carter and their sons, sttt di lit- at I It nrgctovvn I'liiversity, was Willi him when he died. The funeral (service w ill he held here I ucsdav at St. Paul's Koinaii Catholic church hip riiieni will he In .Mount t.live 1-1 in. tery. tlii.s cit . .Mr. Curler had a remarkable en-ivi-r. It extended over tv.eiity-two J.ars of coiiyres.-ional and ol I icinl life 11I WashiiiKlon. This embraced ser vice .is the first representative elcr-t-(il iinin Montana, tu terms in the I'niteil States senate and executive n'silons as coiiiiniKsitim-r of the laiural lau.l oltice; chiiirmnn of the ri-inildican national committee in the sivond and unsuccessful campaign of I '., 1 1 j : 1 1 i in ll:u risen for the presiden cy, president ol the hoard of I'niteil Suites commissioners for the l.oiii.-i-,111:1 purchase exposition at St. I.ouls, uml since last .March chairman of tin newly created international joint 10 111 1 11 i s.-d 1111, especially charged Willi I'iinadian boundary mutters. An ohioan by birth, an lowan by 111 1 . , 1 1 1 i 1 11, and a Xlontanan lonn he Ihic that territory was admitted to talehooll, Xlr. Carter jumped to the hunt almost Ifoni the outset of his mnk in colc'less. Perhaps the most remarkable nt nil his loieiisie achievements was his defeat of a bin river and harbor up prop 1 i;: t i. in hill, which he r"nu r.lcil as 11 political "Hr.ih" measure, ilurlim the AlcKinl, y ailniinisiration. 1'ivsiiloiil XlcKinley did not favor llii! lull 11 ml .Mr. Carter, always a Mi.ni administration supporter, he tun a speech against it at l::iu o'clock in the mornint; and talked continuous l until noon of lip. day following tthen th,. session of connivss expired. As a lieutenant of Senator Aldrich. Hie 1 (Kiliij.il 11 h ad. r of the senate lur n,:tuy .i-ais, he also did nolal'le v 01 k. At one time Xlr. Carter was men- ti'iii, ,! :c. a possihle successor of ,s- a 1 0 s H'.-iiilc .luslice Xlooih, ol the un I'l'fll I . .Hill Of tile I'niteil States, and il was said I'ri H'l'ic, him f,, i-idetit Tu ft had coti-sei-retar.v of the iu- I'iioi- lo ; uccecd Itichard A. Itullitt II' r. Amain; the men siiu. sted as 11 on--ltd,- he.-id of the republican 11a lielial 1 onnnittee for the c:iin'.iiL'n of I'.'IJ, Hie lonner senator's name had 1 -1 pl'nlnilif nt y meliliolied. His d.'ieai by a democrat for re-H'-'tion o Hi,, senate caused Xlr. Car -hi s leiiiemeiii from that body last Mun-li. Presidi'iit Tail then named liim a nieniber of the international ."i.iinissioii. e framed ami lounht l"r con.-eia alio.. lei;islation, opposed 'iltUMiKuncc ill irrigation projects innl caminiiKiied for the Tuft Canad ian re. ipioi ity hill. Tin, nuis Henry Carter, republican, i'f Helena, was born In Scioto county, "1.1", 1 1. toher :iu, ls.r,4; received a ''minion school education in Illinois; Hiis cni;:iKO( in farminn', railroading, i"1'! s 1 1 teaehin for a number of V'nis; studied Inw and vim admitteil '"the bur; in 1XS2 inoved from Hur- 'i'lKl la., to Helena. Xloiit., was ilcpd ib lemiie from the terrilorv of Maiitana to the Fifty-first confess, uml tipin the ndmlssion of the state "us elected its first representative in '"tit;icss: was commissioner of Hi'' V't.'-ral land office from Xlandi, 1XIH. I" July. lx;ij, when ho was elected ''inn. nan of the republican national '"in.niltee; was a delesjate from XI011 to the national repMl-li. 1111 1 011 v' minus ,, I mm;, I linn anil HUM; in l.iiniary, I Mi,",, was elected lo the '"it'll Stales .senate by the lej'isla-''"i- ..I Montana for the term bc-in-Maich 4, IS!..",, and enilimj March ''"'I: was ii in mi 1. 1 1.1 by l'lesldetit "I' Kinl, v n member of Ihe commls '"Ui.s oi Hi,. Louisiana I'lirchase ex "'"'". and ul the first meeting of ''"I body was chosen president; was "Ci.iii elected to the I'niti il Stales seii l'.'!' Jaininry 1U, lllli:,, to succeed I'.-.ils ''"""ti. ilcmocnit, lor the term he-K'r""i'- .March 4. r.iHowiiiK. His term "' " ice exiured .March .'!. 1 !'l I. law ver lb-comes I Aiillgi'li-i. 1. 1. -We, V. XI., Sept. IT. .1. C. "II Vis. "I Artcsla. 11 well known law- j' "' Hi" Pecos valley, has iptit the '"f 'Ii" pulpii and is now doinu .""'seustie work- in the Ilnplist de- ..'it I. was here today ufter vital mcctiiiK at Tex- "i 1 11. a :.. a POSTPONEMENT OP ELECTION IMPROBABLE M.-M. .I City, s. pi. ! :. I " it If-ss coii- in i Kiij. in XI. a i, niixi n.ii. h moiv disturb,, I iM'.hin in,, next !' davs. ii generally l..-li,.,, congress will reins,- to grant tin- p. linen ol th. anti Xla.lt ri.--i,i t" J nsipimc tli,' .-p.-, nil clooti. n. Tnmnrrow the application turn for ,-i n, w ,!ai,. will he rend in th.- chamber of ,1- puties .ui.l 1,1,-ir, .! to a cotninitt. , which doubtless va.II Ks.' no time preparing iis report. Ki.ns ,u,. r. -port. ,1 I'ruin time inn.- mi. i th,. activities i the y.apats tas in ih.' smith, ihv Xtagonisias in th.. north ami disgruntled bands in the state ol Vera Cm ami el.sevi here serve to tviiiinil th.' M'n-ranii-iit that peace is not entirely r.-toroil. Xot vv ithstaiuhiig existing conditions, how- v, T. the deputies appear to believe that postpinienit nt of the election would i-.-iiU in conditions tar wot.-.'. 700-MILE RACE SAVES CHILD'S LIPE San Antonio Tex., s. nt. IT. llar- la-.i Kluttsclinitt will ,.. ., nil,: seven ). ii rn1i-. il mil,, train raee Ironi A-"i!s-il'''",,. Xlei,o. to San Aii- tonio saved her life, llarharn is the 14""""lll,s-"1'1 i;n'iH'.i' ..r .inib.s Kmtts, hnitt. Jr.. s I Julius Krult- s. hnitt. iliie. tor ,,f opeialinn ami Iliaititelianre of tile I l.m imnli lines. Young Krutlsehnitt is iilenl il icil with the (Jtmyeiihoini tuliir-is. 'I'lieo huhy took ill with piieiiniotiia ami physicians advised that to sav,. her lite, she hi he he taken to a Inn it alt itu.le. A special train Has made the Timi miles In actual travel, Todav chartered anil sixty-six hours physicians say Incendiary Blaze Nearly Con sumes Colfax, Calif,, Aviator Awakened Barely in Time to Plee Prom Burning Hotel, Br M,.rn!n Joamnl Fprrlal ImwI Wlrl Colfax. 'ul.. Si pi. IT. line man is dead, another hovers betwuen life and death with both le-s broken, as 11 conse(iieiiie of his heroism, and i third is missing, as the lesull of a lire, probably of incendiary orh;in. which broke out her,, at ;! o'chu k litis morning on (lib third liooi- of the Xloiiniaiu 'iev hotel, uml eonsiiniid a con-hler.'ible part of the town he fore it finally hiiincl itself out lo the brick nails of the Newman uroc . ry store. The loss Is In the ncinli horh.'od of $ L'u. 'inn. The bin'..- was linally cuniUei'ed by a brigade ol v oltinle. rs I'oniprised of practically the entile population. In the- front ranks was aviator Hubert II. Fowler, who is preparing to scale the IukIi Si.-rras tomorrow on the third of his t ran.' eoni ineniii I aeroplane trip. The Southern I'ucilic fire train, ill' til' a record run from Hlue Canyon. J4 miles away In L's minutes, aided in siihiluiiiH the flames. John Wesley I limner, a KU''Kt "!' Hu' hotel, failed to awaken ami was burn ed to death. Henry I lurst tuny h,, fat ally injured, The unulont ii fed 111:111 is missing. Hurst nils in front of the buililiiiK when the blaze broke out. lie rushed Into the hitrninu structure and pulled iruest.s out of bed on the second ti 11 I third Honrs. Helievint all were out of ilnnijcr, llnrst sturieil lor the .slabs only to find then, en veloped In flames. lie ran lo the flout of Hie building and plnnm-d to Hie sidcwiilk. 1 went v feel In-low. lie was picked up with both ley.., broken ami taken to a hospital at Auburn. Avialor Fowler was awakened by his mother in his room at the hotel shortly after the fire broke mil and. dressiiiK quickly, joined the fighters. ROBIN SO NS IT E C f E D FOR HYDRO-AEROPLANE TRIP St. I.ollis. Xlo., Sept. IT. llllLll K. Kobinson, the aviator, has been nom inated by Ihe Trans-.Mini issippi liiM r Flight iis-iieiut ion to make the Min lie 1 polis-lo-.'ew -i .rleaiis b.v ilro-iu'i'"-plane flinht of I. HIT miles, wlibh when iiccuniplishcd, will set n new world's lccord for 1 rosMcounl ry flying. Hobinson will start from the sur face if Lake Cal.ioun, Alinneapiills, Wcdnesilnv morning, Uctoher II. He will lly inr a purse ol JL'O.nnn, rulsed y the river cities in which he Is In give h. ilni-aeroplaniiln- exhibit. "lis. His cniirs,. down the river will b,. by isy stages anil the start timed for the 1 IT of Ihe opening of I he deep waterway convention in Chicago. Kvciy el fori will he made to make the flight the maximum benefit to science as well 11s to call lit lent ion lo Hie streiu'th and possibilities of tin' .Mississippi river and the inipoitance of th,. illies located on it. Hobinsnii was selected ironi niiiiT than forty applications. rarlv Lost lllg Uml. Koswcll, N. XI., Sept. I T. Ibilfih Vainleunrt, of Clovis, barely escaped the loss of $l,r.(in al the hands uf a pickpocket yesterday. He had Just Id a choice residence lot for tUbm, paid a iiuii in is.-i 1 111 of $Hin and starl- d lo Hie bank with the rest, lie was 11 a crowd 011 the way lo the bank mil when he reached the safety de posit he round that bis trousers had been slashed with a sharp knife lin iiicdiatclv over the pocket containing Ihe cash. The money was still there. .Mr. Viindiwurt is tile New .Mexico representative nl Hrown Adams, Ihe Fusion wool hovers. Seiero 'Iclliblor Hecorileil. Washington, Sept. IT. A heavy cm tlnpiake w as recorded on Ihe seis mographs of the ieorgetovv 11 univers ity oliset v ntory here during last night. The shocks lasted an hour. Father Tondoii', director of the observatory, said the center of the disturbance i.p pai'ciill.v was about 4,511(1 miles from Washington and he believed it was In connection with the eruption of .Mount Finn, Ihe chaincs lavor llarhara's reeoverv. BOO FOWLER HAS NARROW ESCAPE III FIRE AUSTRIANS REBEL AT HIGH FOOD FOLLOW bo eminent Troops Fire Into Mob Participating in Huge Socialistic Demonstration and Many Aie Killed, VIENNA, THE CAPITAL, UNDER MARTIAL LAW Climax Comes After Months of Glowing Discontent Over Steady Increase in ihe Cost of Living, (Br Mornint ioml ftiwHal !m( Wirt) Vienna. Si.pt. IT. Traceable to the high price of the necessaries of life, riot bi,,ke mil today, and many person- w.ie killed or wound. .1. Troops in c bai r lieri sold on Ihe mob which had elected ailc- in the streets. There was a 1 xchan'.:e of bullets and lin ts were pelted wilh all sorts of mi -I. Follow ii In socialist detnon- stratum outside for the purpose the high prices the Hath-llasu held of protesting again-l ot' food, It became tieecs-a n y to call mil troops to e rioters. In the early el: iters were viunile, and di. ishcs perse tin lilt 1. II I'd I I one I arrested. tl'iui-nntl persons were pres- Filly I cut al th ilenionstration and fiery c.e made, in nianding that 1111 nt permit the inipnrta- -pccclics Ihe go" I lion of meal and take other measures to re.niih ihe conditions that have resulted from the prohibitory in crease in ihe price ol food. Alt.-r the meeting a large proces sion matched to th,. parliament build ings, clicetit.g lor revolution and Portugal. Hevolv.rs were lired in Hie air ami then ihe mob began a stone throw ing. The windows of many public buildings, rest a lira nts and tram cars were smashed. Finally a squadron of dragoons and a detachment of Infantry appeared on the scene. Tb.v charged the rioters and dispeisid them. The mob le-ns-'lenibled, how. vi r. In Ihe puhurhs. which are no upied by the working class, where they wrecked more pro perty. The troops were retained through out ihe dav, guarding the imperial palace and government buildings and holding all approai lies to the Inner cily. Towards evening the noting in the nitakrinii quarter became more furi ous. The nioh demolished nil thi street lamps In the mal,, 'hot'ough fare, plunging the streets into dark ness. They hurled missies ol various siy.es at tiie soldiers from the upper vv itiilows in houses, Soldiers and policemen wire injur ed and one hundred more of thof engaged in the conflbt were placed under arrest. The ngitallnn is the culm inn t ion of months of bitter discontent over the steady incieas.' of the cost not only ai fond, bill of lodging, elolbing and all Ihe necessities of hie am Unless I a 1' liament lakes action it is Icnnd tliu developments ol' the disturbance v. ill he very serious. PREDICTED Chief Willis Moore of United States Weather Bureau Fore casts Colder Weather, Frosts and Local Rains, IBy Mnrnitif Jiianinl prtiil Wlr1 Washington, Sept. IT. More shaip changcR in temperature river tin northern p.nd central districts of the country, during the coming week were forecasleil in a bulletin issued tonight by Chief Willis Xloore of the weather bureau. The dist urha lice now central over the plains states will advance eastward. It will he preceded by warm weather and followed by a change to colder weather. This cold will likely cause frosts by tomorrow or Tuesday in the north western stales and by Wednesday in the lake region, the upper .Mississip pi valley uml the northern plain states. II will be attended ny Miowcrs tomorrow in the great central val leys, anil tomorrow night or Tins. lay in Ihe middle Atlantic and New Fiik l.i il I slates. Another dislnrbat'i e which will probably cross Ihe country Is promis ed to anpear in Hie nollliwcst oil Wednesday. It will move eastward preceded by rising temperatures, it I - Ii liilcd by local rains ami I weu ny pronounced change to lower tem pera t tire. TOTAL DEATHS OF AUTO TRAGEDY TEN Syracuse, . Y.. Sept. IT. I lurry riradley of Franklin. X. Y., one of those Injured by I, en ' Mil I iclil s car when It crashed through the fence Saturday at the stale lair, died today. His death brings the list of dead up to ten. Halt a dor.cn or more wno sustained injurbs are still on the critical lisl. He,, (iblflcld driver nt the aiiloinobile, Is in a serious condi tion with a fractured rib and Internal PRICES: RIOTS MARIE I CHANGES III TEMPERATURE j Injuries hut Is expected tu recover. , i AVIATOR FLIGHT First Stop After Leaving New York Sunday Afternoon Was Middleton, N. Y., Where He Spent Last Night. RESUMED JOURNEY EARLY THIS MORNING TI 1 It d Competitor in Atlantic to Pacific Race Fu SW.OOC Hearst Piize Coi'fidert of Captui his Purse. D Mi.mlna Ji.nriMl t-erlrtl ImmI Wlr. New York. Sept. 17. '. (o,lg ers. Hie third aviator to start on the I rans. ootinenlal flight lor the y U . -nun Hearst prize, roso from the ..ice truck lit Sheepslicad ltn, tins afti i noon, swept ill a wide 1 Irrle mrr the grounds and then lie.ldcd northwest until his while-winged liver merged tut. 1 a hank "f clouds over the Jersey meadows and disappeared. He drove ;i WrU'ht biplane and car ried messages from Mayor lay nor to the mayor of San Frueisco, and ir.'iu Ihe commanders of the eastern dub bin of the army anil navy to the 0 .in- mandeis on the I'uclfie coast. Flying ov. r Now York City, H atg 1 rs crossed Hroadway at a height o' ;i..i(H. feet and covered the mile tri m that point across the Hudson river in less than a minute. He soared ovr thi' city and evidently was not brth cred by the "air holes'' that have trou bled oilier aviators. At fiii.T p. m. he was reported pass ing over Campbell Hall Junction, six ty-six nub s from the start, hcadi d inr Mlddletnvv n. The aemplnne looked almost like a toy ut the starling grounds, us it measure! only :','i feet Hum lip to lip, while the avialor stands .six lect lour and weighs I 2 pounds. liodgers Is confident that it will laud him In Sail Francisco, however, without mishap. KOIX.I'KS IKiOTI ATI'S NO WII,IH AT TIIK KT IIT Xliildletowtl. X. Y.. S"pt. IT. Alter an initial flight of about so miles in his proposed aerial voyage from ,'ew York to the 1'artfle coast, C, I'. Hinlg ers, the aviator, reache, this city and landed at ft : 1 S this evening. He had covered tho distance from Sheepsheiul I Hay race track in one hour and filly-1 three minutes. He made an easy landing and Is hi a good position tu resume his flight westward tomorrow. Kodgers might have made hitter time h;w he not mistaken the File and Jersey line ut (by Court lor that of the F.rie and followed the tracks of tho former road for Home distance. Despite his detour, Uodgi-rs heal into the city bv two minutes a spe cial train which had followed him from Ihe time he began crossing .ler- my City, hero and start. He will spend the night make an early morning uoix.i.ns' Hiiinni it is SI.Mi; I I A IK, IIIMSFI.I' Annapolis, Mil,, Sepi. I T. Traveling nearly a mile a minute, for thi1 inns! purt over Chesapeake Hav, Lieuten ant John liodgers, aviator inslritctor al the I'nlted States navnj academy, ainl brother of C. P. Codgers, today flew from his home in Havre do Uracn to the navy -'a aviation Held across Ihe river from the academy'. He covered approximately 5 miles In one hour and three minutes. I!y his trip today the naval nvln tr completed a long circuit which Included a trip from Annapolis 10 College Park, Maryland, with a flight l'atk to Havre de ilr.ioc with a flight oyer Washington: n trip from College over a pan of Hallimore nml finally the oyer-wriler Hip lo Anapoiis. The 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 X- condition of Hie new aviation field at ihe academy which has recently I n graded, made Ituilg- ers' landing difficult and probably wil) delay for a time the start of the rea work of living al Annapolis. ST. LOUIS AERIAL SHOW IS FREE Hundred and Twenty Acre Park Loaned By City to Aero Club For Big Meet October First to Eighth, (SpMlnl Corrrnpunilf nr to Mnrnitif Jiinrnal) St. I.ouis, Sept, I.".. A IL'0-m-re park, with a famous history, 1ms been lent by (he eit to the Aero Club of St. I.ouls for the aviation meet Oc tober I to x Inclusive on condition that no mlmisslan fee shall bo charged. The no-admlssion fee provision linn not evoked a protest, as the Aero Club of SI. I.ouis is a nioney-speiiillng rather than money -making organiza tion. The one hundred nilllon.i Ires In cluded in Its membership Would feel guilty of professionalism, perhaps, unless called upon to make up a de. (h it. So Hie show is to he free lo all, even the formality of obtaining an in vitation being unnecessary. All resi dents of the Knifed States, and other countries for that matter, may mu shier themselves invited. The Aero Club has promised flights oyer the downtown skyscraper district nml ollnr sections of the city, with the park as a base, for the delectation of the "overflow," U'S acres being con sidered insulfbicnl to hold nil the leonlc willing to attend a free hhow of thin liiugidtuUt. RODGERS GETSEIBDTYMILE START Ifj COAST What the Harmony Com mission Found and What It Sought to Accomplish The that W harnionx ' commission II, iillenvat. r was th 1 , 11 no l-egil-olllltv I'll. I e fir . bairman II. 'Public 111 C I Ihe P.e-iallll.. 111 ral commit t- . 'thing .Is,, lor it to do m view Iat-.'Tb. -e tb.Vs were 'leai ly .!.. h. '.ire-, nied and stahli-i.t.t in a 111. inn. r that left the commission 110 alterna tive than to Hud Hun Xlr. Cilb nvv.i ler was chairman. The "harm. my" commission tound that the mietings attempted to l.e held by Judge .Mann and Frank V. Ilubbeil yy.ie irregular, xol.l and Willl ou' cttei t. The commission cool.) m ike no other limling in the la. e ol the lads, which were likewise clearly presented an. I c.uiv In. inglv e-l ii lished by the testunoriv introduced mi behalf of .Messrs, Mann and Hub bell. Hut the "harmony' -oiiiini--in wauled .Ml. Ilillenvvater to accept un Hnditigs with au linpos-ible cuotitien A coiidilioii repugnant t eveiv prin ciple of tairntss and r.'gulaiiiv The "harmony" commission prop.,. r, that tour legal members 01 the IteriKillllo county republican icnir.i! , . u 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 . , should he arbitrarily de prive,! of their membership in the committee. Nn ch.ilges had to en pre ferred against these commilicciu, n. It was admitted then, and II is a.l milte, now. that they are good men. straight republicans and excellent coininittc.i ni, 'ii. Nevei I hclc-s tbev should be si 1 111 urn 11 U oisiui.--e,l Ir mi Ihe committee. This was the 1 111 -luissihle condition, It :ii without ex cuse. It was not made ill th.' interest of harmony. It was made In the In terest of 1 1 nbbellism and lor a fanci ed advantage which it yvas believed would accrue to Ihe innilhlacy ol the state chairman for the nomination as governor. The committee sought to justify its action by the .statement that these men were elected to till vacancies. They mrr elected to fill vacancies. Two of these yacancles were caused by the resignations of the former members and' two by d Mill. Tile 11 I'aneies existed mid they had been ENGLAND BELIEVES Secretary of Navy Meyer Re turns From Visit to British Navy Yards and Private Shipbuilding Plants, tnr Morning .?nurtiHl SimtihI Tur1 Wlr1 Xew York, Scpl. IT. Xo signs of any tendency among Uritish naval 1111 thorities to favor a reduction in the slio ol warships was found by Secre tary of Ihe .Navy Meyer, who return ed today from a visit lo the Uritish navy yards and private shipbuilding plants. Through the courtesy of the Hrlllsh admiralty, Secretary .Meyer was given opportunity tu study the naval meth ods In the Itritbh Isles, nml he came hack pnriiculai ly impressed with the humane methods with which desert ers ami oilier military or naval pris oners are treated. Steps already are being taken, ho said, 10 establish detention barracks in this eouiitiv along Hie lines of those at Ableislinl and I '01 tsmoul h. "They are building in Knghiuil and oilier countries)," In- said, "large, last armored cruisers of L'i'.uau ions nml L'S-ktlot speed Willi Which we have, ns yet. nothing to compare, I have lead It. Some American papers uf a reaction toward small bnltleshipH In the HrHlsh navv but 1 saw no signs ol such u tendency." CLER6YMANACCUSED OF GRAND LARCENY Kiirelsii. Cal., Kepi. IT. The Ibw. Henry Adams, roclnr o (he ITntnstanl Kpiscopal church al Areata, twelve miles from here .was arrested last charged with rubbery and is at lib erty today on l.tuui bail, lie Is ac cused of robbing the cash drawer of tho Fnlon Wilier ciimpany nt Areata. X. II. l-'.llk, iiiilllonaire lumberman and president of the company, uml 1-eii Yokuni, an employe, an? the complaining witnesses. Xlr. Adams' arrest followed an ex tensive investigation by the ciiinpany to trace 11 leak In their p. lly cash. Two marked five dollar pieces and untie inarkid silver linally wen: plac ed in the drawer, and soon thcrciiltcr Uev. Adums dropped In on his morn ing's smoke. When be knocked out bis pipe and was having the store, he asked the clerk In change n live dollar piece, which, I'alk charges, was one of those marked. Mr. Adams had been chosen rector of the church at Areata for two yeuri and was highly csleenied. CONDITION OP PREMIER STOLYPIN IS CRITICAL (By Mrirnliig Jniirn! Rnrrlat I.dinril Wlrr) Kiev, Sept lTv-The condition id Premier Stolypln. who was shot by Dlmllrl Bogroff al a gala performance In the municipal theater lust Thurs day night Is causing alarm, ivritnn Itis has set In and ihe patient's, liearl action has considerably weakened. A lengthy bulletin was prepared this n flcrniion by Ihe physicians, In view of the change lor the worse, as il was deemed ndvlsahle to Inform thr ptihlic of the true nature of the pre mier's wounds. (build's Coll Won I tace. Paris, Sept. 17, Frank II. 'Inil.l's bay coll, Kaiuhourg, today won tin Prix lioyul (uk. from a good field al the I.ottg ( 'humpluiiMhlp cmiise. The stake wan for I hn-e-yea r-ohls, m mm mile and a Heveiiih, and was worth 1C, OHO. MONSTER IRSHPS I' v .lly tilled. The four to. had liceu appoint,.,! to nil m,, .'- bad ili-l as good title to ! 1 1. . s as ally ot h. r 10.11,1.. 1 committee. They could j.oi t be 1 1 1 It. move.), sav,. ini cause, all). tio' county. 01 death. Th 1 a use, t hey had e w ere not dead. Thi- "harmoiiv ' nt renin comtt; ' two I .1 tl, t.trihei i s v. h pi oposcl that t he t wo in in I. h id resigned should be l.i..,i,;ht Kiev into the committee. Th. -e im u It 1 I resign".! Their resignations had bien accepted and a,,, pt,, bv a majority ot Hie origin, ij , Th. r. Hue, Hi, y had , , a-, members of the cnnilliitt, status was exactly the -aitn of men who had mvci ! hers ot th,. commute,.. Hut. men ha, I lalleu under llul.i ellce, alld this was the leas, was sought ! 1: :::g; the committer. The Harnalillo ''.eint. ,; Central . nnimittcc , ,cist-t- oe mule, .1 t,, be e. Their as lhat ell m.tn lltese 1 w r '.II llllbt- oi nliv it .:, k mi" put ' '! til 1 t 1 ti'tee II enih. 1 -. J U. , , , r ,., '.. I i w ho ,v el e a i i.nil l..,- to , h,. vacancies were thrown out it ,,ul,l leave t vv ciity.niiie memh. is ma jority ..I is I ... Th,. regulars hav e lit numbers of the .ungual commit t.-e Throwing out th,, four member would leave lli.iii If,. The Ilubbeil bolters, it vte include .Mr. Ulnck. have II. Placing back into the c.nnmilier. Ihe two members who resigned and who have fallen under Ihe llnbhell inllueiice, would give thai faction Hi. .Now HI Is a majority ot ,'tl. The XIaun-l liihhell boltots mould then have a majority ol the committee. This was why it was proposed that the resigned members be brought back. H would save Hubbellism. The Ilubbeil faction would then till Ihe two yacancles caused by death. It would then have IS a majority of the full committee of :t;l. This is the rea son and the only reason lor the pceuliiir action of Ilia "harmony" committee. CALIFORNIA PUTS LUXURIES State Board of Control An nounces Some Iron-Clad Rules Relative to Traveling Expenses of Public Servants, lllr M.irtitnf Jnnrniii Hiwlid Iiim! Wlr Sacramento. Ca Sept. I',' Any of ficial of the state of California who cures to wenr creased trousers on official business, can pav for the creas ing himself. The slate does not recog nize any responsibility in this direc tion. Said ofluers also will pay for the laundering of their collars dirtied In trivet, or else continue wealing t hem. As for valeting there being no per missible terms strong enough to ex press the disapproval of the new state board of i . , n 1 1 1 1 1 iigain-l such luxury, new regulations, wherein are set forth the above facts, simply say, "It is not a proper charge against the stale and will not he allowed." I'lher restrict ions fixed by Ihe new board, are a dollar a day Inr hotel room rent, or a dollar and a bull ii day tor Haiti space, Ihrcc dollars a day lor food oil trains and an evlra pei.ses mil' n tic dollar and Itemized that officials inav look plump and rosy , no lips, no cubs, hacks or spe cial convey alli es' vouchers for all ex penses under one dollar and itemized accoiinls lor smaller sums. LIFE PRISONER AND ESCAPES Convict in Ohio Slate Peniten tiary Takes Advantage of Be ing a Trusty to Make His Getaway, (fly Murnlnc .IrmrnM rM.r!nl !.n4 Wire! ( 'ol limbic., i ,. ,-cpl. I T. - Xlicba. I Soboleskl. a murderer serving a life sentence, walked oil) ol Hie I. hlo penitentiary- indav disguised in a tight fitting coal and a while shirt belong 1 1i u In the wife ,d Warden John .lotus. Ills leatiii-cs were eoincaled under an old hat and a vv hite veil. I ndcr the disguise he won : gray soil hchuii i iig o I he vv a i d. u s son. Soboleskl. w ho is :i I years old, h id been a trusty lor Ihe last live inoiilh". ati, was in oirif il Ihe ii'ccibun of He' warden s a pa r: meiil having the duly of pressing the i lolhlllg ol the i'a III i I v . till- bci ng iii in coii 1. 1 in c with Im former trade i l tailor. Sobolcsl.i via- .-illlcneiil lo Ihe pell Hi nllury for lite inurib r oi an age'1 couple in Tub do. ( ).. June I lino. The crime ai that utile, annoicd much intention because of Ihe bur rowing ill i.nl- cniim oto, w it b II lloi; i si IT M W II I i ittiMPTl l I s( pi: Toledo, i... Sept. I Mrs. Xlii hacl Soboleskl, whose husband escaped to day from Ihe Ohio pi ni lent ia rv. is nl her home trembling In four tonight that her husband will return and kill her. Police are gun nllng Hie house. They are also watching the .Hi fin nl railroad yards in an effort to iiitch Ihe escaped murderer. BAN ON OFFICIAL S 0 DRESS TAFT SPENT 00IET SUNDAY ATERIF PA.; ATTENDED Piesideut Resume, Tiip Al'toi Mldiii West waul night, Detroit Stop Today, M-ke Speech, being hist Whom He Wi! CHIEF EXECUTIVE WAS SHOCKED BY TRAGEDY Dispatches Message of Condo lence to Management of Syt acuse State Fan Upon Learn ing el Automobile Accident, fllv M.irnlni .lournnl Hprx UI I mod Vlr Frio, Pa., s, i , riesni, m 'l ilt spent a iiu. Solid iv h,.i. Whh Sec retary Ilillcs mi, i .V.,,,c I:,,,, h,. ;ls ihe guesi over night ,,t m, home of i 'h.-irlos strong. II,, had breakfast, bin, h and dinner at Hie Strong home, attended churcii this morning, took nt. nut oldie ride, throng, i the .ity ami suburbs this al t. iiioon and nlle,- a quiet evening- wuli his ho-t. boarded his private ear shortly before 1 I o', lock. He let', (or Detroit afl.-r midiiighi with two hard days of speaking in .Michigan lu-Toro him. Today s program of rest was lust about like Ihai laid out for the nrest- Icnt for the remaining ,-j.x wcekst trip. He will rest all he rittt on the j first day of ea. It week. The presl jdciu was deeply moved tonight vv lieu j he learned that Henry . Frym s. son I of llcv, Thomas Hryiies. pastor of liny i niiiirian cntircn. where he altcitded sct vle. s today died last Friday. lb -fore he die, t he boy . ailed t him ami said: "Don't let my death prevent your preaching hi ,,-,. the pr.-suu nt His t itlo r r. irietnbi led and though his grief was still I'iv-Ii nl- , Im 'l'o- pl'o.i. lieu belote the president. ".-"i eii "in iiuii il me'sa.,i . sympathy, X, us ,,f the automobile disaster al Ho Syr.tiuse lair just a short llnie f. "'t' "' 'M the grounds yeslerdny c.o iieii tu,, president today and ca inn us a oi-imct shock. While he watched Ui racing- c:rn whirl annuel ,,, i rm-k he expressed some fear as to the safety of ihe peo ple w ho i row d. d close to ihe railings Today Ii,. sen a telegram of regret io ii. ,ii. nanny president of the It. isy i acuse chamber of commerce. lead as follows: "Have Just learned of le deplor I'l'lo accident an. I loss l In,, and ser- iniiMies in tn,, automobile race. ' e.nolll lie illinllies ol the id nml the ma nageii..i ,,f the deceuH fuir mv in ant, n eiiini, a, ,h c n ml kv it, ,,... , ...ii,..-,,,, nope lluit lac Injui'i d are iv erlllK LUSTS FOR Negro at Vicksboro, S, C At tacks Woman, Kills Victim's Failie, Shoots Thi pc Of- ficers Resisting Arrest, H Mnmlnf Jmirniil niwrtal wirM Warreiiion, x. i ,, ; ,. b tu bing Is lineal, m , tonight ' fill in oi-ge Xlarshall, a negro w ho lale y ! I.l.iv nllni ked .Mrs. Joe Choplln " '''' "' a farmer al Vicksboro, lour leeii miles from her,., killed her falh ei. who iiiicmidcd tu rescue his diiiichler, and later shut the sheriff and I .mi im in In i s ol his pa rty. .Marshall barricaded himself In a lions,, after the crime. Tip. sheriff nml his posse surrounded the pi and Hie licglo succeeded III shooting the three men. The house was vvalehcd nil night and en ily Indav the negro's lather, by a ruse, entered ihe house and with other necims overpowered (he crim inal and admitted tin- .u.-se. Th,. men bniind Mar-hall and brought hint to tin- jail here News "I th,. , lime stifcnil rapidly nid ton! :ltt the. resident.- ,,f Warren and :i in i' counties arc thoroughly aroused, Il is reiuirlci thai n moi, Mill I ullcinpt to : Ii I a nd I v m s arc pup him; break Into Ihe :nl h Marshall. The of irtng In prevent a Ivti, m i.iio n i:di:i:s AMI M I ( kS , lacks, uiv ille, l'"la., Sepi. i in Tlmuiii -, u ca rpcutcr. age wmi w i j.- ( 'ie il I a, yvas kill, w le il anil III II' u woman conipanloii, as accomnany ing homi'. all: ked of I is fc; bv a negro at Ortega, his oltv, early today. A sul ni b iiehh lined. 1 1 I if the black Is cap- 'I'lie couple had taken Ihe last tnr buine an, were ueeosled by th,. ne mo about hall i mil,, from the ear line. Wit In ,n i warning the negro fired point blank at Thompson, kiiltUK JUlU in-laiit ly. The woman si noil terror tdrlclten nml was next attacked by' the negro who choked he,- Into inicnusi iousness. The I, utility where the deed wan commuted is sparsely nettled and no one heard Ihe shots or screams. Th9 woman finally regained consciousness and sought out some negihhors snd the alarm was given. A posse was Im inediately forined unit the wood In the vicinity have bevn scoured with CHURCH MOO BLOOD OF BLACK RAvlSHER mil result,