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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1911.
-THREE OF d GUILT NEGRO EDUCATOR NEWS NO LONGER ! S PORl VARSITY ELEVENTQ'AUTO TOURISTS TO PLAY AGGIES Team Leaves Friday Night for Las Cruces; New Mexico Championship Invoived, Tho Varsity football eleven will journey to I.as Cruees on KrUlav night to meet the team f the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechuni .it there HI) Saturday afternoon, for tin' New Mexico championship. fliip is expected to lie a very closo game. The Aggies beat the K Paso Military Institute 3 to 0 some time nsio, aiiil the 15. P. M. 1. boys by a fluke. (iot u ti to 0 victory trom thi. Varsity atiout three weeks ago. Sec ret practice for the Varsity gridjron carriers was the order issued by roach Hutchiiis ii yesterday, and from now ti'itil the time of the same, the men will practice signals and (jiilck plays behind closed doors. Coast-to-Coast Flyer Drives Racing Auto at Break-Neck Speed; to Finish Journey on Wednesday IB: p Mnrftni .Journal Spwliil lnerl Wlrel Pnamlenn, Pal.. Nov. G. C. P. Bod ge rs put in his first day on the Paci fic coast turning corners In a big rac ing automobile nt a speed that many persons declared was equal to that he made in his aeroplane from Tuma to Imperial with the wind at his bade. Hodgcrs said he felt In condition to start hack on another trans-continental trip. "If I had a machine." This latter remark was made as lie glanced at the famous aeroplane that had carried him aerors the continent or, to be correct, at parts of the machine, for It Is admitted that bar ring a drip pan mid one upright rud der, nothing of the original aero plane that Uodgern started with from Shoopnhtc.d Hay on September 17, re mains. "I am working hard," said Itnd Kors, "to get my machine Into order bo T can make the last leg of my trip the leg that technically finishes the trans-contlncntal flight. I roust S to the surf, and I will do this Just as soon as I can get my motor fixed probably on Wednesday." Long Beach, San Diego and Santa Barbara are bidding Vor Kodgers' "llnlsh." It Is as yet undecided where the aviator will land. LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL TO PLAY NORMAL U. The Albuquerque High Pchnol foot ball team undir the supervision of Coach Alton, who has had charge if the team for the Inst few weeks, will leave Friday evening for Las Vegas where it wUl meet the eleven (f tluj New Mexico normal univers ity In a fierce struggle on Saturday next. The High school has improved to ouch a marked extent in the last three weeks that they now believe them telves able to go up against a heav ier team, and by their rapid foot Work expect to win. Every afternoon the boys get out en the vacant lot on Central, be tween Sixth ond Seventh stree;s and tn pigskins go through their line plunging, off tackle and forward pns3 plays, fir.ee their victory over the Mennul school two weeks ago, they have entered the tack of perfecting theuiselves with greater interest and vigor than ever. It is likely that another practice Fame with the Varsity will be play ed before Saturday. St. I'ntil liuys Outfielder. St. Paul, Afinn., Nov. 6.--Managei M. J. Kelly, of the St. Paul Ameri can Association baseball team tonight announced the purchase of Outtielder Itiggort from the Boston club of the American league. RGDGERS ENJOYS RECREATION AT PASADENA INCORPORATE YOUR BUSINESS Use Kanen's New Mexico Corpora tion Laws, Rules and Forms, compil ed to date. A useful guide for corporation of ficers, attorneys and engineers. Tou need no other. It has everything 1b one book. Post yourself. Avol0 xpcnlv mistakes. All Territorial laws on ALL claries of Corporations; Banking, Building nd Loan, Benevolent, Industrial, Ir rigation, Insurance, Mercantile. Min ing. Railroads, Taxation, etc., with "tensive Citations. The only complete New Mexico Corporation, Irrigation and Mining Code published. Complete Form and Rules for drawing and filing all kinds of cor poration papers; references, foot notes, by-laws, etc. Territorial Irri gation Rules and Forms. united Htntes Laws which sppl to Nw Mexico; Carry Act, Irrigation, Mining, Railroads. Taxes; Ru'e and Forrns for r.oii'of U, B. Rl&bU Rights of Way, etc ITjeful with or without statehoflil. vol., Sis pages, buckram binding C F. KAXES stent Jf. V SI A at R ESUM ETRIP Raymond-Whitcomb Excursion After Day's Stop h Albu querque, Is to Press on To wards Pacific Coast The first Raymond - Whiteomb transcontinental automobile tour which arrived in Albuquerque tin Sunday evening, will leave fur the west this morning at about 8:30 o'clock, expecting to make lignnu 5S miles west, for the night stop. Here the party will camp for the night (ontinuing west on Wednesday un til .McCarthy's Is reached when the route drops south to Nation's ranch in northern Socorro county for the next night. The route then continues thence to Sprlngervllle, through tho White Mountain Indian reservation to t.lohe, on to the Koosevelt dam and then into Phoenix. A four days' stop-over will be made at Phoenix during which time the party will forsake the auto and In a special excursion train will take a trip to the (iratid Canyon. Returning the overland trip to the const will be again taken up. It is expected that Los Angeles, the objective point of ihe 'tour will lie reached bv Nove ler 21. As the Knynu nd-Wbltoomh company Is under contract to tour the party until December 1st, It is expected that after November 21. a series of short tours through the California ciths will be made. The Impending trip over the desert where there are no accommodations for a large party necessitated incrt as ing the number of attaches bv one a chef, Henry Henderson, who is well known In Albuquerque as a firrt. class culinary artist, was engaged and will leave with the tour this morning. All day yesterday Manager Ashton was busily engaged In obtaining sup plies to last for the trip to Globe. In this he was: assisted by Oeneral Man ager Benjamin of the Fred Harvey Fvstem who is greatly interested in the trip, and by Manager Kmithers of the Alvnrado. In the meantime the chauffeurs were also busily engaged in taking down the machines, which were plac ed In a' 1o(al gnragf, and giving them a thorough overhauling. While the officials of the party were yesterday engaged in getting ready for the next move, the travel ers were enjoying themselves looking over the city. They all appear jubi lant over the fact that the trip wiu made to Albuquerque without mishap and that they arrived here one day ahead cf the schedule. If the present gait Is kept up thev will arrive in Los Angeles In record time. MUCH MARRIED MAN ARRESTED FOR BIGAMV Denver, Nov. 6. nn complaint o'f Mrs. Marv Ducev Crump of F.mporia. Kan., and Mrs. Elizabeth Crump of Idabello, Okla., W. W. Crump was arrested here today on a charge of bigamy. He was apprehended while in company with a woman claiming. to be Mrs. Minnie Macliregor crump. Sheriff O'Connor of Kmporia, Kan., has been notilied and will come hero tomorrow to take Crump to Kmporia. It is charged that Crump married wile No. 1, thirteen years ago; wire No. 2, four years ugo and wife No. 3, three years ago. JOHN SMITH, PATRIARCH OF MORMON CHURCH, DEAD Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 6. John Smith, for thirty years the presiding patriarch of the Mormon church and nephew of its founder and fliKt presi dent. Joseph Smith, (lied here tonight alter a three days' illness of pneu monia. IIe was 79 years old. He was born tit Klrkland, Lake county, Ohio, In 1X32 and when 16 years old came west with a hand cart party, pnssing through Nauvoo, ills., where an Indian attack resulted In the death of his father and his uncle, tha preceding year. Will This Man Give You Honest Elections? The following affidavit Is in posess lon of the Morning Journal. It con cerns H. O. Bursum and a convicted murderer since released on parole against the advice of the district at torney. Read It. Magdalena, N. M. Territory of New Mexico, county of Socorro, ss. Nestor Gurule, bclnp- 'first duly sworn upon his oath, states that dur ing the campaign of 1906, H. O. Bur sum did approach him and promise him that If he, Nestor Gurule, and his friends would vote for W. II. Andrews for delegate to congress, that he. It. O Bursum, would have Canuto Car rlllo pardoned from the New Mexico penitentiary and affiant further swears that he and some thirty o'f nts friends did vote for V. H. Andrews on the strength of the promise made to them by the said H. O. H'n- NESTOR GURULE, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of November, 1911. , OSCAR REDKMANN, Notary Public. My commission expires August 21, 1912, Poor Pol! "Horrors, John! We have come off and left the cat and the parrot with nothing to eat." m.. "Well, I wouldn't worry. These things generally adjust themselves. Maybe the cat will eat the parrot."-Puck, TRISiRNING TIGHTENS ABOUT MAN Mrs, Louise Vermilya Formally Arrested in Chiflago and Placed in County Jail; New Witnesses Appear, .By Morning Jonrmal Bperlal I-eetaed Wire. 1 Chicago, Nov. . Two new witnes ses came forward today to accuse Mrs. Louise Vermilya, the widow arrested on charges of poisoning Policeman Arthur Pissonette, a roomer at her home, of having know ledge of the manner ill which some of the other eight poisons who have died beneath her roof, came to their death. Their Identity was disclosed by Ccroner Peter Hoffmann after the widow had been served with a wnr 1'jnl and had been moved to the county jail. Acting on the story of one of the witnesses, the coroner left at once to day to exhume the body of Frank Prinkhamp, son of Mrs. Vermilya s first husband, and one of the tlrst of whose deaths followed an attack of acute stomach disorder. The grave Is in Waldheim cemetery, a suburb of Chicago. Arthur F. Blssonettia, sr., 'father of the dead policeman, was one of the new witnesses and he disclosed him self as another who had encountered the mysterious stomach complaint while in the Vermilya home. From t hut encounter, he raid, he still suf- i fered. The other witnesses was Miss Klizabeth Nolan, former fiancee of Frank Hrinkhamp, who In an affi davit charged that her Intended hus band had made statements on his dying bed. vlrtuully charging his step mother with having "done away" with him. Bissonette. Sr., said: "1 went to visit my son when he wus III, the day before he was taken to the hospital. I stayed most of the day and I hull two meals at the Ver milya home. After eating some hnm find eggs on which I put some pepper from a tin box, 1 began to have se vere pains in my stomach. I got nn emetic at a drug -More and was re lieved for a while, but the pains still are with me and cause me great un-. easiness now." Coroner Peter Hofman said to night after scrutinizing portions of the body of Kk-hard Smith, the II1L hols Central railway conductor, whose death la coupled with that of Bissonette in I the charges against Mrs. Vermilya, that he was satisfied that Smith died of arsenic poisoning us charged. Dr. limine Suicided Says Burns. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. fi. Detec tive W. J. Bums, who Is here watch ing the litigation concerning evidence to be used ln.,the MjNamara trial at Los Augeles tonight i said he believed Dr. Helene Knube who was found dead two weeks ago, ended her own lire. Although not connected with the case, he has discussed the evi dence with local detectives and de clares there Is no motive on which to base a murder clue. !. Son of Millionaire Dies in Asylum. St. Louis. Mo., Nov. 6. Adolphus Pepper, Fon of the late millionaire tobacco manufacturer, Christian Pep per, died today in Vincent's Insane asylum, where he was committed af ter nn attack on his brother-in-law, Colonel Nicholas M. Bell. Recently a son was born to Mrs. Pepper. 'I'hc $300,000 fortune left to Adolphus Pepper Is divided between the son and Mrs. Pepper by a will made shortly after Pepper's marriage, it was said tonight by members o the family. METHODIST BISHOPS . RECEIVE ASSIGNMENTS Oklahoma City, okla., Nov. 6. Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal churches in all parts of the world were assigned to preside over confer ences of the church to be held next spring, at this afternoon's session of the Board of Bishops. Kansas City is to have two confer ences at the same time, the St. Louis oonference meeting on tho Missouri side of the river and the Kansas con ference on the Kansas side, on March 20. This, it is said, will bring togeth er perhaps as great u number of min isters aa have ever assembled at nn annual conference. The assignments Include: Bishop Neelev, Mexico conference, Mexico City, February 21, 1912. The conclave of bishops will be concluded tomorrow afternoon. To morrow night the clergy will leave for Tulsa, Okla., to visit the Metho dist college. From Tulsa, they will go to Denver, to attend a meeting of the mission board. CONGREGATION REMAINS LOYAL TO RICHES0N Cambridge, Mass., Nov. fi. -While women cried and pleaded that noth ing should be done to appear in tiny way prejudicial to his interests, members of Iminanuel Baptist church society tonight voted not to accept at this time the resignation of Rev erend Clarence V. T. Rlchcson, pas tor of the church, now In jail on the charge of murdering Alvls Llnnell. The decided tn lay the matter on the table until November 24. JUDGE WHOSE NOSE WAS TWISTED SUES Kunsas City, Mo., Nov. 6. Whether George J. Dodd, former Judge of the Jackson county court is entitled to $13,000 damages because Charles E. Moss, also a former Judge of the same court, twisted his (Dodd's) nose, was a question placed before a Jury In the circuit court here today. Judge Dodd's attorney In his open ing statement asserted his client's nose was pulled in open court in IPOS and that Judge Moss' action was "humiliating, calculated to injure a man's nervous syrtem and unsettled him from performing the duties of county Judge." T'lptlon rctni""" nt the Pastime nnd Crystal tonight. ASSAILANT IS CENSORED II ' ACQUITTED ' CHINA Booker T. Washington Fails to Have Punished White Man Who Assaulted Him for Al leged Peeping. (Bt Morning Jnarw) Special Iewer4 Wlra 1 New York, Nov. . Booker T. Washington, the noted negro educa tor, failed to obtain satisfaction at law today for the heating which he received "lit the hands of Henry A. I'lrieh, u white man. on Sunday evening, March 19. l lrlch was ac quitted in the cctirt of rpectal ses sions this afternoon of the charge of assault which Dr. Washington had preferred against lilm. After the fight, which started In the vestibule of an apartment house where l lrlch lived at 11 1-2 East 63rd street. Dr. Washington was laid up at the hospital for several days with his right ear torn, his sculp cut and his lace badly bruised. Ulrlch testified he found Wash ington peeking into the keyhole of his apartment and also the one oppo site and that Washington struck the first blow. Mrs. ljiura Alvarex with whom I'lrieh boarded, -wore that when idle passed Dr. Washington he said to her: "Hello, sweetheart." Washington's story on the stand today was the same explanation he offered at the time of the alterca tion. He swore that he was not peekiiiR into any keyholes; that he was only "arching the tenants' directory in an effort to find n family with which he understood a friend was staying and denied positively that he had spoken to Mrs. Alvarez or an. other woman. The acquittal f I'lrieh was not unanimous, Justice O'Keefe dissent ing from the opinion of Justices Moss and Seelt-r. After Ulrlch left the court he was arrested again charged with being a fugitive from New Jersey, where an Indictment has been found, charging him with deserting his wife who lives in Orange, Dr. Washington, when asked if he had any comment to make on the outcome of the case, replied: "No; not a word." Both Ulrlch and Washington told their story on the stand today. "I first saw Mr. Washington peek ing through the keyhole of my door," Ulrlch said. "Ha taw me uml left and walked toward, Eighth avenue. I saw him walking' tip and down the street and after ten minutes he came tack, walked by Mr. Revette's apart ment window and Hooped to look be neath the shade, "I opened the -vestibule door and burst in upon him and shouted: 'What are tyoit lloing here'.'' Ho struck me in the 'face and then we fought. He auk I me to let it drop. Warlilngton said: 'I know I have done wrong. Let trie go.' While we were fighting he struck his head against a fire hydrant." "Did ycu have any stick or other weapon with which you hit Washing ton?" "No, plr; I used no stick." Mrs. Laura Alvare, on the stand, said: . , . "When I went out on the night of March 19, to take out my dog, I found Dr. Washington crouching down In front of Mr. Revetle's apartment, peeking through the key hole. I came upon him so sudden ly that he hail no time to straighten up and I almost fell over him. Ho got up flustrated .and 'hurried out.'" Later, phe said, she saw Dr. Wash ington near Broadway, "He followed nie down to the house," went on Mrs. Alvare", ''I was frightened and I ran past him." "What did Washington say to you?" "He paid. 'Hello, sweetheart.'" "What did you do then?" "I ran Into the house and told Mr. Ulrlch. He then went Into the hnll and I raw hini talking to Washing ton. Mr. I'lrieh asrkcd him what lie was doing and I saw Dr. Washing ton strike hlni." THIRTY ZAPATISTAS KILLED IN BATTLE Cuatla, 11m., Nov. 6. Thirty Zap atistas were killed today in an en counter with federals who hal been sent to dislodge-the rebels from the Haclenn colon. The federal loss is not reported. Yesterday the Zapatistas raided the Intcr-Oceanlc railway station ori the Hacienda, wounding the agent. Reports reaching here from Ayala, are that Emillano Zapata proposes to come here tomorrow to surrender. NEGRO RAVISHER RIDDLED WITH BULLETS Clarksvllle, Texas, Nov. 6. Within three hours today after Riley John son, a negro, attacked a young wom an at a farm house near Clnrksviile, and clubbed her mother Into Insensi bility when she responded to her daughter's appeals for assijtriice, be was capture, by a sheriff's pons., and shot to death I'V bystanders when he made a break for liberty. NATIONAL CAR WINS PHOENIX ENDURNCE RACE Phoenix. iiz., Nov. 6. The first four cars to finish in the annual Los Angeles-to-l'hoenlx road race today, with the official time follows: National, (Herrlck) 20 hours, 22 minutes. Franklin, (.Hamlln) 23:54:53. Midland, (Carrlgan) 24:21:24. Bulik, (Ferguson) 26:26:35. These cars, judges said tonight, will bo officially placed In the order given above. - Another. "So you sent $2 for those hair fall ing recipes. Well, what did you get?" "A slip .which rends: "Frilling hnlr can be avoided by stepping nimbly asldo when vou see It coming your W1,y,' Douisvlllo Courier-Journal. 5 I'Meflloii return at the Pastlino and Crystal umltflit. PAPERS AT PEKIN PUBLISH EVERYTHING Give Complete Accounts of Revolution and Hankow Mas sacres, Blaming the Imperi alists for Outrages, IB- Morning Journal gnvftnl IMd fflrn l Pekin, Nov. ". The revoking of the rigorous censorship hitherto im posed on the Chinese press, is a nota ble sun of the times. The Chinese papers today publish with the great est freedom, long accounts of the Hankow massacres, giving the de tails mid attributing to the imperial ist leaders the blame for Inuh the Hankow ami Shanghai outbreaks. As a consequenee of these publications, there Is Increased animosity toward the Manchux. The United States and Great Brit tain have decided to take effective measures for the protection of their people in China, in event of danger to foreigners which, however, does not yet appear probable. It Is suspected that the regent's brother. Prince Tusi Sunn, has left the country, as he has not been seen for three, days. He obtained leave of absence from his post us acting min ister of the navy. A private letter from an officer of Yuan Shi Kal's staff says the rebel leader. General Li Yuen Hong, makes twenty-five demands, the most Important of which, that the Imperial household proceed to Jehole with the entire court, including the Eunuchs, and remuln there, receiving In return adequate pensions from the new gov ernment, which Is to bo republican. A special secret meeting of the na tional assembly yesterday decided to telegraph Yuan Shi Kal, explaining the fearfully Involved conditions of the political situation at Pekin, which required the Immediate presence of a premier. A member of the assem bly explains, that this Is a fair warn ing and that if Yuan docs not com ply, another premier possibly may be appointed. Consular reports from Mukden say that many Chinese are fleeing into the country, believing the Manchus will retreat to Mukden and massacre the Chinese inhabitants. Yuano Shi Kul has requested that the Fifth division, quartered In Shun Tung, proceed to Nieko, a few miles from Hankow. The Third Chang Chueng Fu division is arriving at Lanehau in detachments of two hun dred. So far, warm comradeship has been shown between the soldiers of the two divisions. The Pekin chamber of commerce has requested the government to pro vide four thousand rifles and a suf ficient supply of nminunitlon to arm the commercial police and consular employes. There are other evidences of anxiety here over a possible out break within the city. Robert Gaily, a noted Princeton football player, who Is now head of the Young Men's Christian associa tion, of Pekin, not trusting to the police, is organizing a band of twenty-five Americans and Britishers, with one hundred Chinese volunteers, for defense. Both Manchu and Chinese women and children will be cared for by this body. Chin Unit college, where students are prepared for the American col leges, is almost deserted. The women teachers are entering Pekin. Several of the men teachers have Joined Oally's volnntecrs. Advices from Amoy say that city Is almost In n condition of anarchy. The Taotal has escaped on a foreign Hteamer and the customs commis sioner has taken refuge In the Jap anese consulte. Two hundred nnd fifty British troops at Hong Kong have been ordered to Shanghai nnd two hundred Russian troops to Tien Tsin, The Italians are establishing a wireless system between Pekin find Tslng Too. FATHER ACCUSED OF KILLING BABE UNMOVED Santa Barbara. Cal., Nov. fl. John Rech, who Is under arrest on a charge of having killed his infant child lie cause, he said, "the cost of living was getting, too high," was arraigned to day before Justice of the I'eaee Shop, and heard read the cum.jlalnt, form ally charging him with the crime. : "Baby was almost dead, anyhow," I drawled Rech at the conclusion of inn reading oi trie compiiuni. no was taken buck to jail, his prelimin ary examination being set for next Friday. JAPANESE FISHERMEN TAKEN INTO CUSTODY Ketchlcan, Alaska, Nov. 6. Twenty-one Japenes fishermen wero ar rested by an agent of the United States Fisheries Bureau on a charge of illegally fishing in Alaskan wat ers. Tho Japanese were placed In jail here anil their, boats and genr (.elzed. The arrests which are the out come of mass meetings of Alaska fishermen last week at which protests were made against the alien fisher men being permitted to work In Alas- i kan waters, caused much excitement ! here. 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"HattlliiR" Nelson, former lightweight cham pion, and Frank Loughrey of Phila delphia, fought ten slashing rounds to a draw here tonight. - Dean Robinson stricken, Washington, Nov, 6, rrofossor William Callyhan Kobliifon, dean of th law school of the Catholic univer sity of America, was stricken with apoplexy tonight ut his home hero and died almost Immediately. Dr. Robinson who was 77 years old, for merly was dean of the law depart ment of Yale university. W A Stn, rs.irr.tiii Rilikv for Hi'rruwi MiMmtfAmfc f NEVER KNOWN TQ f Alt. wt Byi HU- 3Jj lY'Koh 1.uniitee(l or Mtmr I it fu titled, Hrnh rre(nt4 J( fur 1 H hut, tt ill tul U)W tB Irial, W bfl jmirt f' Nkj rbt u rplitvrl. 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Bread from this bakery Isn't like tho ordinary baker's bread. It doesn't dry up In a little while and bo fit only for toast. Our bread stays fresh and moist as long as the best homo made bread. Try a loaf for a test. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street 1 lSA- ,