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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, VOL. CXXXI, No. 83. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, SEPrEMf.W 2i,191l. l!y Mail 50 I cms a .Month: single Copies, S Cent. My Carrier, 60 Cents a Month. FiEND SlW.ibfii 6 WITH AN IAS HIS VICTIMS SLEEP Colorado Springs Scene of One of Most Horrifying Tragedies On Record; No Clue to the Murderer. AWFUL DEED WIPES OUT T"" "AMILIES Neighbor Who Goes to Home of Friend For Afternoon Dis covers Bodies and Immedi ately Gives Alarm. CRIME WAS COMMITTED SEVERAL DAYS PREVIOUS Corpses Mutiliated and Decom posed, Making Identification and Preparation For Burial Difficult. IBy Morning Journal Siwbil Wlrr Colorado Springs. Colo., Sepl. 2D.- M unbred In tlii'lr own homes 1 some utile mw II person who used an axe, tin hollies (It' BU pCl'SOPS, thl'lO 111 1'Hl'll of two m iyliliurinK houses, uciv found hHniait ." o'clock ibis afternoon. The hertd .if h1 .tin? . tiiiiiin had Ii.vii smashed in iilnl Ihe iippeaianco ol (In bodies Intliculed Unit they hail been (had several (lavs, uiiil Unit ileuth i.iiiii- w hile they slept. A widely cir culated report says Unit the murderer has heen (aiiKht and that he has con fessed, hut thiH is denied by the police orileiuls, who, IL is intiiiiated, fear a 1 Helling miuht follow such an un liouiieeiiieiit. The dead: .MIIS. AI.K'K MAY lintNIIAM. wile of A. .1. P.urnliaiii, cook at the .Modem Woodmen sanitarium. AI.K'K I : I ' It N 1 1 A M , imed fi years. .Ii MIX I : I ' I ; X 1 1 A.M. iikciI I! years. IIFNIIY I''. WAYNK, a consiunp live, until recently a patient at the WuoiIiih n sanitarium. MKS. U'A YXi: mid their one-year-olil haliy nirl. The I '. 1 1 in hn i ii lioine stands on the curlier of hale and Harrison Place, and the two houses next to ll on Pale ale vacant. Directly In tile rear is the Wayne home and close to It Is that of J. K. Fvans, who loaned Mrs. Wayne an axe lst week and whose Mile foiiinl the blood-stained ne '.Monday near the hack door of the Wayne home and thouuht the family had heen killing chiekens. Tile bloodstained axe furnished lib. solulcly the only clew obtained so far to unravel the mystery surroundiim the most perpleMnn murder that has vcr been presented to the ol Thin Is of FI I'asn (ounlv fur solution. Tile discovery of the bodies- was niMile by a neighbor who called at the 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 h ;i 1 1 1 bouse to spend the aftel -noun scwiiiK, Not cttlnt; any response and noticim; a bad odor, she forced mi entrance. The bodies oi Mis. Ihirnhnm and those of her two chil dren were 1 1 1 1 ) 1 1 1 in Iheir beds, which iv.ro covered with blood ami the walls and eeiliiiK Were also spat I civil. The w oman rushed into the si reel and cave Die it In r 1 1 1. Instinctively " ilii n persons went to the W'.iylie house, whore there had heen no sinus of life since Sunday, and the same terrible scene was prffantoil. Covered in lied as IhouiHi In their natural sleep were tile bodies of Mr. and .Mis. Wa.vne and tln ir babe, all horribly ninnUcd as in the case of the bodies in the Hiirnliam bouse. Within an hour the six bodies vver removed from the blood bespattered bouse in which they bad rested for three days, and taken to the inoi'KUe. That such a terrible murder had been committed in a thickly settled neighborhood and left univvca led lol ini'ee davs without a clew bcinn trace aide seems incredible. Not even n footprint is lo lie found on the floor of either house ami not u person could be found who had seen a man about the prcnilses since Sunday afternoon, when nil the murdered people were al different times in the nrocery store of llrant Collins on West Dale street, opposite the place where the murders Were committed. So far us can he learned there was no motive for the climes, liolb the Ihirnham ami Wayne families were of moderate means and lived simply, which fact disposes of any robbery theory. Neither does it seem prolm I'le that a mad man could have ear ied on such wholesale sluunhter without uwiikcninn his victims or iieiu h liors. A. ,, lUirnharn, who lives nt the sn iiiliiriiiisi, where he is employed, '''out ten miles from the city, was b'aeeii under arrest soon after thr discovery of the crime, but there sei ins to be iiothinn to Implicate him Hie tranedy. lie is Ihonnht In have ''ecu an Ideal husband and his ein blovers say that he was al work ilnr hui the period when the crime must have been cominiltoit. Me .- n meni 1,1 r of Colorado Springs C.r.np Xum ''cr Tjjil. Al. AV. A., and Is a native of Miehivan, II,. Wlln H, his uoine Simdav nl'ternoon, when he paid i visit to bis family and Is oald to tiave left there about fl o'clock. I'illle is known or the Wavno laml ' in Ihiaclly excypt that Wu'vne cuinc unit h J.B. D, K. Dicklcman, Waiter in Al buquerque Cafe, Suddenly Loaves City, When Identity is Learned, ALLEGED ATTEMPT WAS MADE TO BRIBE HIM i ! PrQsccution Orders Investiga tion of One B, Hannerstrom, a Lawyer, Said to Be Here, For hflueneine: Their Man. For the last two or three weeks, nil unobtrusive. Uuhl -ha in d waiter at the Fashion I'nle in this city has been under surv lellance of prominent ilc lei tin s from all over the country, and around him has wam'd a war of In lluenee little dreamed of to the man occupied In the ordinary nritid nl daily life. Tills vounw follow, nctiim as head visitor In the restaurant, has secniiiiKl.v none stoically about his du tlees, pavii, ; little heed to the conflict about him until, al last, torn by coti IlielinK emotions he has, it is alloyed, succumbed to the influence of one side id the emit i ovcrsy and silently let! the city. "I'll is person is no less a person than D. K. Hickhnuin, the one man in the whole ("piled States who knew J. 1!. McNamarn, tile aliened dynamiter, now miller arrest in I .on Anueles for participation In the dastardly blowing up id' the ollice of the l.os Anseles Times on ( Ictolier 1 . 1 III 0. Tin ulay it i l; Ii t liickleinan left for Chicago, alter haviiii; heen In com munication by wire lor several days with the. prosecution of the dynamit ers, inforininn them of his troubles, ami of the attempts of the emissaries ol the delcnsc to talk to him. it is well known dial Chicago is lieinn made the In !iil,uai Ids ol tile muvenients lor (lie defense of the McNainaras. Dick Ionian was nluht clerk in the Ni w ISaltiiiiore hotel In l.os Angeles, where J. H. McNainarH registered as .1. il. Ilrvce, and can identity him as ''a?. Iletlhs aire. ni;. doiv.' so, necoril- lim lo noo, authority and was hclim Hutched and kept track of in order to present nu b evidence when the Mc Nutnara brotlurs should be placed on trial fur their life. A short time u-;o it Is aliened that a man by the name of II. Manner strum, a brollicr-in-law' of Clarence Harrow, the chief attorney for the de fense nf the aliened dynamiters, and himself a nod lawyer, came to the city, havlnn oiilaincd knowledge of tlic whereabouts of Hiekleman. It Is said that in order to hide his identity, lie traveled as a salesman lor corru tpited rcillnns, and has been seen with Dlcklmnii many times during the last week or so. He could not be found last ninht, and it was presumed that he also had left wiih Dieklin.iu for t'hicano. A dispatch from l.os Atincles yes terday slated that the New Mexico au thorities, especially the local dislrict attorney, had been Instructed, follow ing the complaints made by wire by Dhklnian to l.os Aimcles. to proceed attains! I laniiei slroni on a charge of hrihiiiK or atteniptinn to bribe the Millions, bid last ninht when (iirston ed concernim; tile mutter, District At torney (bor.-ie S. Wlook denied any know ledy ol tile affair whatev er, and stated that lie knew tiotliinn ol either plll'tV. . 1 DICK I I'MWS DIS Vl'l'i: Alt r. Ill I'Olill l TO I.OS AM. I ! I S I os Annelcs, Cal.. Sept. JO. The sudden disappearance from Albu ineriiie, X. M., of I . K. I licklein in. an iniporianl witness for the stale in the coming .McNainaia trial, Was re ported by wire lu re today In the prosecution. The New Mexico author ities wife reipicslcd to investigate :icKbman was ninlu clerU at the New Dalliniore lintel in this city September J'.i, I!1, lorly-einht hours before Ihe time of the explosion, (Coiillmietl (in I'icc lo the Modern Woodiuen sanitarium about ten inonUis an" from Indiana as a patient, line month ano his term in the institution was up and he brou.',ht ids wife and children to tills city and rented the house in which thev were murdered. Neither has I'eialivi'M in this cilv. and all that is known of iliem is nathered from ni itlibors. who bale known them in the brief lime they have lived here. When hroiinht li.'o the mornue 4 ho i bodies were alums! unrooonnizable. The head ol' every one of the six vic tims was either cut or split open and in almost every case the number 'l wounds Indicated tha,l the murderer had ut and hacked until he was ab solutely .sure Unit he destroyed the life. From the niannled, bloated bodies arose an oilor that sickened even the undertakers when they Iried to re move the bodies from the baskets in which thev were lirounht to the niornuc. The head of tin o..in was the worst inai.n.cd. it not only had been cut, but ll had been chopped until it was an unreeimnizahlo pulp. ( ill, my poor children, my poor children. 1 can never believe II. (ill, it is awful, how could il happen!" This pathetic, tearful cry was Screeched over the nelnhborhonil by Mrs. Kinuui I!. Mill, mother of Mrs. Diirr.riam, as she nlilicd out her nrlef on the porch of a neinhbnrinn house, where friends were lrvlnnr tn console her. It was hcartreiidinn to hear the cry. Mrs. Ilurnham's sister, Mis. .lane lluth. Joined her mother mid the inoaninn and cries were redoubled. Thai the murderer attempted to set fire to the lliirtibam home with a view to destroying the bodien of the victims became evident upon further exanilniilion or Ihe lions... iiffiocrs lound a part ol' ." newspaper crum pled and partly burned, lylnif ( Iohc lo a window curtain. The bottom of the ciil laln was charred. ram !':05CDY ! LCDKi ,2 S a mfy i wii.r, Tin: i:i"rrr.i.ic pap.tv Sin 101; this? POSTPONEMENT OF SssilMOIDS Jim DUTY opinion .it the capital that the mean- ' FLECTION WOULD iggmm BY COMMITTING HELP REYE 3 His Supporters Pin Hopes of Ultimate Success of His Can didacy On Setting, of New Date For Election, Br Morning Journal Bprrliil Wlr Mexico City, Sept. 20. Followers of Oeneral llernai'do Iteyes are lie pending Upon the s.enale to Klve the lirst I in n-t lis to Ills boom by aetlliK on Ihelr application lor a postpone ment of the general elections now fix ed for (iciolicr 1:'. i Already three petitions for a new clectnral date have been presented to connrcHs, two noiiin to the chamber of deputies. The lleycsitas, fi eennh,ii,s the dan Kcr of their petition hoinn pineon holed by the deputies, last Monday Introduced their memorial in the up per house, which is made up of the most part ol old men, nruwn conserv ative under the Diaz renime. The memorial now tests in the hands of a coinmitlee and today word was received at the Keveista head quarters that in all probability the imasiire would be reported for de cision tomorrow alt'inoon. idher petitions which reached congress through the chamberHif depuiies were presented by the permanent enlmnls sioti (if hc lenislalui'e in Ihe state of AKuaycaliciilas and by Ihe revolu lionlMt party cnaieil by Jorne 'ern lOstamil, minirler of win in I lie Diaz cabinet. They are identical in char acter Willi that of tin- UcyelKtns. al IcKinn' Unit unrest in the counlry is widespread as to make il Impossible for a fair election on Ihe date set. The lleyeislas believed that in preseiitinn' ihelr petition in tli senate they would net quicker adieu than In the' chamber and thus net the ' r.-dlt El Polls Open in City of Albuquerque From 4 to 9 p. m. The regular republican primaries for the selection of delegates to the republican county convention will be held today in every precinct in the county. In the city, precincts, 12 and 26, the polls will be open from 4 in the afternoon until 9 in the evening. The polling place for precinct 12, will be in the office of Justice W. W. McClellan in the city building. J. F. Sulzer, judge. In precinct 26, the voting place is in the republican headquarters in the old Daily Citi zen building on West Gold avenue. D. H. Boatright, judge. The importance of the primaries today cannot be overestimated. Besides affording the voters an opportunity to select the men who will send delegates to help name the state tick et at Las Vegas, the voters today will have opportunity to deal a well-merited rebuke to Hub bell and his pitiful little band of bolters for their desperate attempt to disrupt the republican party in Bernalillo county. Every republican in the county of Bernalillo and the city of Albuquerque should go to the polls this afternoon and register their protest against the revival of Hubbellism. for the postponement. n Madeiista circles little uneasi ness Is ditiplayed renardliiK the action of countess nor is it generally the opinion .it the capital that the nu-as-II! c Would be approved. Ile.vc vl'H llal committci men have lonvassed Ihe s. nalors and profess lo be reas onably certain that ibc.v will niunl the petition. The nrealcst opiiiisltion, it Is con ceded, lies in the chamber of depu ties. Numerous i uiit'ei have rx-pres-ieif I lounsi h ,. s n;aitil any post ponenicnl . many eviiiially ri -maikiun thai It would be the adop. lion ol the vvotKc of the two evils. Their attitude Is that hc cindi'iin of the country is too critical to war rant such a unheal measure. There is no attempt to deny Ibat In many parts of Mexico lawlessness, prevails, but it Is considered that Ihe Mader islas would seize upon this action on a pretext to make worse the slate of affairs already none U o sat islaetoi y. President dc la llarra tonUht ex pressed the hope that nolbinn' would occur to Interlere with the ileetiors on October 1. E Aviator Declares He Will Not Risk Stait Until He Has Thor ouAhly Tried Out Recon stituted Machine, (llv M.irnlnir .li.nrniil Nnorlnl IriiaMl Wirc.l Colfax. Calif., Sept. LMI. - A V l.l tor Itobert Cow ler decided late toninli! that he would nut risk the passune over ihe Sierras without a trial flinbt .and muii'iinci'd Unit he would not resume bis journey eastward until Saturday. His biplane will be repair ed tomorrow and be will make sev eral trial lli-dds I'ridav. D FOWLER TO RESUM FLIGHT EAST ON SATURDAY SUICIDE Nevada Deputy Sheriff Finds Man He Had Summons For a Corpse hi His Workshed; Tired of Life, (liy Morning i.mrnal BiwrUI Vlr1 liciio. Ncv., Sept. 20 I'lldersheril'f Xicholls of Washoe county went today lo serve (i. M. Smith with Hilinmoiis lor July duly in the Pelizzari mur der trial and found that the man Imil just committed suicide in his work shed In Sparks. Smith i lamped a shotnun 111 a vine, sawed Ihe lens of a chair so lis to make a low seal, and IiicIiir Uih firearm, pushed on the Dinner with a hum slick. His head was nearly I blown off. i Pi lor lo the ad Smith had evidently j experimented W illi a slrlnn' tied to the Dinner, lie wrote several notes, In cludinn " reminder to deliver a ilonen IoohIcis to a customer by 7 o'clock ! tills cvciiinn. j lie wiole that Ihe Hot was deliber ate; that he was tiled of llvlnu. He was formerly an editor In (Icnnii, .Nevada, and later established a chick en ranch In Sparks. I'lllo flor Vett I'niiuriNi. Kaunas City, Mo Nept. 20. Al Ihounh Ihe meclinu nf Ihe National Conservation connress here Is ll Week distanl, applications for Ihe next iileelinn have I II filed with Ihe ex- eculive committee by Itiiflaln, Hall Francisco, New Vork, llultlmnrc, Col orado Sni'lnns and Clnclnnattl. An- i niiuncenienl was made today Hint a 'two-ecul railroad rale would Kiv en delenalcs from as far east as Chi (ano. and as far west as Cheyenne, I north to Ihe Canadian bonier and south to the Hull'. ' iMOCK PR IMARIES CHEERING THRONGS HDD GAIETY TO FRANCISCO L CO. PUT ON FUNNY BURLESQUE Voteless Voting in Country and City Ends in Solemn Fat ce of Counting Ballots: Returns Withheld For "Reision," t pilc tin- lllosl Stlenil,..,. , Units ol the lluhhcll bolters, the -.rim;ir les" yesterday were u miser. 'hb- ica H'oin the standpoint of the men who hoped by this ins lo secure some reeionulion from the republicans 01 I !ei nallilo count v. Alter waiting palhnily from II In Ihe nioinin until in the evcniim, Ihe Judges In Hie eitv precincts went solemnly throtiyh Ihe l.n.c ot count. iiik the few s interim; ballots and weiuled their way homeward. In Albuiiier,pie less than two bun. died votes were cast and in the coun lry precincts the show inn w as even more dlscoiir.mim; to the misguided loltowel'H of the depose, boss. In )nr iines, which Is entitled to send four delegates to the Ho-calle,! convention, only iwn men oled. In several of Ihe precincts pit voters, appeared. Ill precinct I o, only a couple of dox i ii "tcs were east The majority ol them lielnif (h posited by younn hovs cinplovcd at tne American I. limber company idi.nl. In this product the (X-hoss early abandoned any hope of seeurin-t votes in i ibl Albuiiicriue and mile orders that the primary should oc held al the house ot Tomas Duron, lour the Kiili'iuiy ol the lumber com pany plant and a iiille I nun ihe usual place ot holillnit Hie election. The proximity ol the polbnn place, and the lorlorn appearance ol the elec tion olllclals attracted Ute attention of a lew Kood nalurcd youths on (heir way l mm their day's work and these drop, a d a ballot or tw o Into the empty box. Most of those who did Hie vot Iiih here were under hkc and a lare pcrci'iitairc of them reside in llai'clas and other outside precincts. In A Ihiupi. iiiiie Ihe lluhhcll itnln inotillc put In the hardest days work since it b It Hie factory. The oiic-tiino zar ol llcrnubllo cotinlv and master ol Ihe assessment cinch, aicompauicd by a chaul'ieiir. rushed fiatiitcally annul tin: city scekltm those who inlKht he induced lo cast a ballot In return lor the unusual experience of an automobile ride. All looked alike to Hon Fra nolsco. liaili'oad lahorem I nun i 'Id Mexico were Induced to en ter the luxurious machine and were whbkcil swlttly lo one or cither ol' Hie polllim places where they were sup plied with tickets, told Where to de posit them and scut on their way re Joicin.;. Many of Hie men from the republic to the south appeared to think Unit they were volliin lor Francisco Madero insteuii nt for Francisco Hub hcll. Cut and dried tickets had been pre pared in the lour city election districts and a sti'miK el fort was made lo sc enic Ihe iiiunes of as many respectable i llizeiis us possible, in ipilie a number nf Instances Ihe men whose names appeared on (he ticket were not con sulted, and when Mr. IliihbcU's Tri bune Citizen kcIm nruiniii to announe Itm the result and publishing Ihe nanus nl those on the lulu I, thes" men will barn with some surprise I ha! they have been chosen lor the dotil'tiul honor ol dohm I ion Francis co's biddltu in a so-called convention to select oilier vplims lor Hie sacri fice at l.as Vcluis coiiimcin In- on Thursday next. In the Santa Fe railroad shops, where some seven hundred men are eiiiplo.vcd, Ihe authorities in cliurtp notice ihnl all einpbives w ho desheii to attend primaries were at lilietty lo do so iliirinK work dm boni s. This older, 11 was stated, applied to priuiaries ol all parlies, republicans, lei I, lis, sol la lists mill lluhhcll holl ers. .Ills! I luce men of the seven hundred took ioh,iniai;e of the op portunity and attended the fiasco yes lu'dav. ll Is not known whether or not Ihe entire three voted and Ihus helped to sllell Ihe 1 1 1 at; 11 1 1 Ice h t total. Worn mill weary from his strenu ous dav's work and socitiu that the result of the vote would not lie cheer ful rouiHtiK for the fallhlul, the boss uo orders that the Tribune Citizen should be issued without aniioiimim( the result save in a general way. A council ol war was called for late lasl IilKlit at which it was hoped thai the, returns could be so llxed up tilat lie v would at least all'oril some consola tion to the men who had Is en b d iiivav irom Iheir party alb-nia In lolliiu a Utile hand or soll-seekin.; boll' is. The bolder amoiik' the counsel ois advised thai staleiucnls he put out claiminK Hie i lit ire ri publican s I ri -11 p. 1 1 1 In t he , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . More i "in i v a live ones held I li.it a little ovci hall ol Uo republican votes should be i laii I. The mailer was ilinriuubh llir, shed out and il was dc. hied to , In mi la t w ecu at ni ami thui vole-, in AIMcpleriple mid between seven ami elelil 1 1 It'll in the count'. lie mutter m the publication ol the llcl.its voted upon yeslerdav was hi Id In abeyance as (be boss desired tunc to look over Ihe lisl lor leal (hat some "o ndeslra hie h.lll been elcclcd" iind In- ilbl nol want to ha v , Ins con ( eiitioii ml 11' I' d w il It nn delegates wlio would lint el riiillv obey onb-is. "The ieopl. must rule." declared Hon FranciMii. "and I am Ihe - pie." Aomin; Hie neiiilemen who took an active pari in yesterday's ceremonies were John W. Wilson, hlthirlo prom inently bleiilll'ied with the movement lor than jsiiverniiioiit ; I'. A. Porler- lleld. V ii e-pleslielt of the ll I (IilV ernment league, whhb receiilly secur ed Ihe abolition of the "led llulit" dis lrict; M. I'). Hickey, Klfcuo Haeii and ilcorwe P.. Cra In, Hie la I ler Ibree prn minciiUv nienlioncd as canilldales for dislrict uilre on lb" lliilihell tlckel. II is suid thai Mr. Wilson has been promised tlie in m 1 1 1 1 1; 1 1 i 1 1 1 as district attorney oil Hie same ticket, ll is no! known what Inducements were held out lo .Mr. 1'orti I licld. CAMPAIGN i GREET PRESIDENT TUFT IN UPPER it That Portion of State of Michi gan Maintains Its Reputation For Beiim Republican Strong hold of North, EXECUTIVE STEERS CLEAR OF POLITICAL PITFALLS : Confines Himself to Vigorous Defense of and Appeal For Support of Aibitration Treat, ies; Notrwoithy Speech. JU Vernlag Jiairnnl MmvIM UjM Vr M.ir.lleUe, Mbh., Sept, :'ll. l'rei- bni Tatt, the llrst president of Uih Culled States to net loot on the shore of l-lko Superior, ended his two dais' i visit to the upper peninsula of Mlcb I luan Indav and tuniKhl Is relruciim I his line oi li.ivci from Ihe north. Ho lis due In I'.rand Itapids curly tumor I low inorillllir and will deliver one of the most Important xpeei huH on th trip a defeiise of the veto of the wool, ire.- list and cotton tarltf hills. The upper pcnlnsulH Is about a solidly republican as any part of trn' country nn, the president foum! chccriiiH throiiKs wherever ho Went. The ntmosphorc was chiintfed wltn polities, but Mr. Tatt steered clear nf the subject. His principal nddrusli was an appeal ior public support of Ihe arbitration treaties wtth Oreat Itritain and H ranee. Mr. Talt listen ed, however. 10 ati old-fashioned rn pnblhan campaign speech from Hcl rcscntatlve Voinin. In which tho eon Kiessnian look oci aslon to iiuiko tt few pointed remarks about different brands of prnnressivononil. Senator Towiisetid, who has aecompanled tho president ever since he entered Mlehl uan, also drllteil lulu publics during Hie day and denounced Mr. Tuft's critics as helniiKlUK rcneially to a class of "Hellish IMilltlclullH." It was In Inl rmluelnif I'reslflont Tali lo'mi liniuensid throiiK I" H three nun circus lent hroiiKht from Chl ciiio, that I'epri'cnt.ulvo Younrt" made his political nddreds. II n refer-' rc, in Mr. T.nt as hnvlnir taken ol'l'lott' tit a time when constructive work was needed and pot u tearing down. ,!le bus been wisely, prudently unrt i onslsieiilly iiruxrcwilve," mild Mr.. Voiitik. "He Is the ureatest llvlnu Tei-! resenlatlv o nt Menulne colislructlvp pi oKressh eiiess. Op tlm other hand.' there Is a spurious proirrcsslvoncHs at which cynics lauuh and iinKi'U weep." Mr. Tall In 11 in lied Into an explana tion of ihe arbitration treaties, his address I'ollovvln the lines of thoso mado at Frle, Pa., and Pontine. Mr. Tail said Unit one nl' his im portant missions on the prem'tit trip was to make the pence treaties under stood. In Flic he received a pledun from Senator Oliver, to vote for tho treaties, so Senator Tow nsend wn Ihe second full In lino. President Tn ft also referred whllo hero to the NhariiKuan and Honduras treaties and ui'Ked their ratification by Ihe senate. The Culled States, he said, has n certain KUardlanslilp over the repub lics of Central America, which It must not shirk. "We are a ureal nation and havft been made prosperous by Ihe hh'sslnu ol Cod," concluded the president, "and we owe to our less fortunate neighbors that come under our Kir dlansblp, the same degree of neltih horly fcchnu and nhl that ll succews lul man in i community owes to b!K less lorluniile fellow clllf.cns. There lole, I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 the senate oiiithl In con firm these treaties. ,et US Hit nil IP'Oil." COTTON MARKET IS ACTIVE AND EXCITED New Vork, Sept. 10. The cotton market became active and excited to day Willi prices inakint,' new lower leenrila under heavy ifcnerul selling, w hich was supposed lt Include lblll ihilion by the leading speeuhulv at hums, as well es heavy ol'leriiiKS from Ihe south anainsl Increasing new rroii movement. Cnfavoriilde polltlcul iind tabor condillous abroad were supposed to aci ount for Ihe reports of n slow dc inaiiil in (lie primary 111,1 1 U -1 and llu' dei line was accompanied by many private advices Irom Ihe soulh tml I -catluu that tile Interior was ol'ferlllK cot ton freely a ! lower prices. WOMAN'S ATTEMPT TO ECONOMIZE COSTS DEARLY New Vork. Sept. I'll. ... Mrs. Horatio I II. Adams ol Dallas, Tex., who ur 1 rive, 1 today from I'nropc on hoard tho -loanier iiceatilc, entered a novel de jietiMo when customs nllicluls asked , In r why she had lulled tiPinchidi a h. il, "own, etc., In her cUStuiiiH 1I0O i I ir.i t ion. 1 she said that because of Ihe Hri'-at ..peiise ot travelltiy abroad nho Ihi'imbt she ouulit to be allowed lo ' I ni m l; In free of duly Ihe articles om itted from her lisl. D. pen Siirve-or Smytho bcrcur)oti ordered Ihe seizure of the nndeehircil arlli bs. In order lo rescue her rop erty Mrs. Adams now must pay $401) the forep'n values 01 tho urtielcs, filns the duly on llienii Atttil CoiijiIc Try to Dlo. Aurora, 111.. Sept. 20. Frank V.ri' clc, HO years old, and Ids wife. 88 years old, itumiies of the Hutavla Aim house, attempted to kill themselves 1V drownliii: In the Kott river late last nluht. They plunged Into tho river t'loiu a row Imut alter nuiklm, u JcaiU PENINSULA 1") 1 1