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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1911.
FIVE 4.4 I I 1 I lilt A WARNING OF DANGER TO MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS vvirf 'lfy vNf'lill g.' ij'L , iWtfl cians know, the terrible effects of pew in machines, they would not Your health is too precious to be mi'l:iiintf buying a sewing machine, sTVMIU) tENTIlAL XKtDl.K Compare the two views shown in the accompany ng cut, one shows the ?pine-twistiHR position as umed in operating the nld.stylt sewing machine, (he other the correct way. rhe M MIEI CK niAl. M:K1U.K way. The needle is directly in front of the center of the body, nal'ling the operator to work easily without twist ing of the body or strain Ins of the eyes. SlUmf Tk. V..v York- Health Cml Journal says: "When buying a sewing machine, health Is of tenfold ixeater importance than all other features. The STAIKI l! TAKY KNTIlAli NKKDM-; is the only machine we know to be ut ttrly free from criticism by physicians." In the STANDARD CKXTKAIj M'KDt.K we are following our policy of offering to our trade the best In everything for the home. In the Moore ranee we believe we have the ultimate vnhie; for the STANDARD (T'NTR.YI. NKKDl.i: SKWINU MACIMNi: we make the same claim. We shall be pleased to show you its many good fea tures when you call. mi 313-315 West Central Avenue RPHEUM .THEATER PLAY-GOERS HandSome,New Fireproof Vau deville and Motion Picture House Gives Every Promise of Being Popular, The Orpheum, Albuquerque's lat est nnd most modern playhouse, corn er Coal avenue and Second street, wag formally opined to the public last night and a recoi d-breuklng au dience filled the theater to overflow ing If last night's audience Is any cri terion, the Orpheum is going to be a well-patronized theater. U will play at popular prices, dividing Its program, being vaudeville und mo tion pictures. The interior of the new amusement palace is elabornte. The scenery and decorations nrP the work of John Herhnth, an Albuquerque man, who l a German scenic artist of ability. The Orpheum will give two shows a night, with special matinees on Sat urday an, Sunday afternoons. W. P. Futrelle is the owner of the nv theater, which will be conducted "y Davy Clifford as manager. HARVESTER TRUST MAY DISSOLVE VOLUNTARILY wgshlnsrtnn, Nov. 9. The volun tary dissolution of the International Harvester company, the so-called larvesu-r trust to meet the terms of tne Sherman unti-trust law, was dls-ru-'Hd at the. department of justices '"'lay. Attorney General Witkersham and Mr. Fouler, a:d.-tunt to the at torney Reneral on behalf of the fed eral povrrnment, and Kdtfiir A. Fan '.roft mill John 1'. Wilson, represen tatives ,,f ti,, corporation, were clos f,'l 'it several hours. It was declared that no conclusion fad bee,, reached und that another iiiptiiiK v.ouhl be h,.d within a .i w "':'. 'I'he ;iet that nei;otiiit!orm have l'"t liren terminated Is l iken to mean mat lb.-,-,. ., iu.tjU(,( f n Hlrr.a-- ""lit between I h n-. I " . , A the e iliilil Hon it Inn, precluding uny pos "I an anti-trust f'.ilt. TRIED EXTORTION TO : HELP POOR MOTHER hi'li.tii ipoKs, m.l., Nov. . Wil A. Gam, n clerk at $7 a week In , "h' was arrested last night "II (,"n''-s!"'d to havitiK attempted a H ( i t'',"rlion of $B00 from Pfirii in ms' aw nHl operator nt thero ' W''S "Sk,,(1 in tl"la' lf ,.y "i woman In the case.'' cJ.? t,u'r' ' h woman In the, Ur3 a """'w,'r,'1 r'nt. "Seven dol- thi B,,,'k 1,ni1 " woman that needs motl.r'':M"y' Tll w..mtin Is m Ti, . "-" Not AsNasNliiutcd. r-pon ,'aUX' N"v' --ltelntlve to the tho -4. "ut;,,t hre by passengers on at P, ,ip ,Vr""- whi' h iirrlved lnt'f'.i'!,UX.,M''r'la-v. tllat ex-I-rcsl-Vn J.i ! 11 ,,er'n Hwassinated. in P-roS l',:1'nt'"her the captain of the h"ar,l ,h "K,M at UiGuaira had Mel m ,T ,r,,m"r- A prominent Vene- ('a.'tro' h i . , ll,'ll,tlb declared that m,)"ntain "fune In the Andes ! nrlnl. . . ' N"v- The. court llfHnM.o aV ll" th!" Ken tin- !, see, m t'"'n'1"' ! PUV "" the s,1, .", dsl"'-d hr themj 11 IHHIIIII Did you ever st.p to think, dear reader, that you. your self, have assumrd the posi tion shown here while oper ating your sewing machine? AVhen the sewing machine is used frequently or i-tui-Ktuntlv I it Mnv uh,Yrter i women iuffer with backache, headache, nervousness, indi- sestlon, spinal tw ist, fatifaw. depression, lung weakness, loss of strength and many other organic diseases? If women onlv knew, as physi even moderate use of side needle dare to jeopardise their health. endangered. be sure to If you are con se first the SKWING MAtlUNK. pouuin lot Vndrd HC W SPIRITED DEBATE Chancellor Von Bethmann-Hol-weg's Position Badly Shaken; Serious Defection From Gov ernment's Bodyguard. Blow, iT- Mnrnln Journal Special tMeil Wlro.) Berlin, Nov. 9. That Chancellor Von liethmann-HolweK's position is badly shaken, is the only possible ver dict on today's debate in the Kelch staK on the Morocco-Cono treaties. After his speech had fallen complete' ly flat, speakers of the four leadlmr ipartles, conservatives, clericals, lib erals and socialists successively at tacked his urnuments and vied with each other in criticising the HKTee ment. The defection of the conserva tives and clericals from the Kovern ment's bodyguard whs an especially severe blow. Every speaker defended Dr. Von LindequiHt, who recently re sinned Hg secretary of stale for the colonics. Amid demonstration of n jroval from the whole houses, the speakers nil riisucreed with the chan cellors position that the treaties term inated French hostility to Germany and insisted that the KelchstiiK must have a voire in deciding the fute of the treaties. Karon Von JlertlliiK, clerical, said the treaties would require the assent both of the Keichstat; and the Hunds rath. M( rr Vmii Hcydebrand, the conserv ative lender, who Is called "I'ncrowrt ed Kin' of T'russlii," while defeiidlna the emperor's prr'ronativcs, said that the treaties must be reterred to cum mittee for further discussion. Ilerr Hi'bel, the socialist lender. (!e mandi'd a constitutional nniendnient. specifieal'y rrotilrlne that all colonial treaties fhall I mbjeet to Hie de slon of the KclchstiiB. IT GDIS iNRIOGRANDE Hoy McDonald, t'harles Quler and Harry Johnson, left lust nUht for a trio down the river In a boat to hunt ducks, and returned about two hours after leaving, soaked to the skin, with their equipment at the bottom of the river, and Charles Quler minus a handsome new $12f Parker shotgun. The cause of the wetting- and the loss was the striking of a snaj; in the river and the capsizin-j of the boat. Intent upon a splendid oiilirm and expeetinK to return in a dav or so with a ,blK supply of ducks which are reported to be .ilenliful down the riv er, the three nimrods boarded a boat. In the river at I id Town yesterday af ternoon and proceeded to paddle down the stream. With the comlnrf on of dil.'k, thev Rot below the hridtfe south of the city and the mm lit current rap idly carried them on to the bunks of an island about a 'mil' below the bridge. Just as they felt thev had struck land, they were caiisrht by a sriasr, the boat overturned, the who.,, equipment suddnh . dumped Into the bottom of the ra.'in!? ltlo Grande, and the three men plunged Into the river neaiiv up to their necks .1 wet to the skin, After xre.'it difficulty they mnrmeed to d'ae themselves our and obtain assistance in returning to town. OCCURS IN GERMAN DC U TO A MEN El IIBLEY MURDER L Albuquerque Man Accused of Killing Brother-in-Law, Faces Jury; Night Sessions of Court Being Held. Hie- .lurots ClHtM'li No. 1. Xlcarar Torres, far mer, lives at San Jose. No. ;. Mariano tsabedra, switchman, lives at Atrisco. No. 3. W. K. trimmer, sec retary llubbs' laundry, lives In Albuquerque, No. 4. Cop la llerrera, labor er, lives at San Jose. In the sombre court room of Hcr naliilo county e urt house in old Al buquerque, seated between his coun sel, with his face thin and drawn, and his hair gray, sits the emaciated form ot Thomas Insicy, formerly in tht bicycle business in this city. Insicy Ik on trial for his lite for the killing oi his brother-in-law, John A. llis gins, by shooting him with it shotgun on the night of March 7, last. on the other side of the table, within arms' length, sits M. A. Uiggins, lath er of the slain man, conferring con tinually with the prosiK-ut mg coun sel. In the jury box sit a number oi American und Spanish-American cantons who are being questioned n to their qualifications to sit as juroir upon the case Involving the life of Thomas Insley, There are few spectators In the court room, and the Incisive voice oZ district Attorney Klock, and the stringent tones of Interpreter Nestor .Montoya lecho through the jempty court room with a weird effect. The Jurors answer the questions with nods or shakes of the head, the de fendant watching every move with nervous apprehension as the quel turning goes on. The trial of Thomas Insley, charg ed with murder, began in the Hernul illo county court house yesterday at lernoou. " After nix hours spent In questioning the regular panel oi Jurors for the September term, four were accepted by the attorneys, und the defense had exhausted four of Its eighteen peremptory challenges to ti.e prosecution s one, Kor the tlrst time in many months a muider trial is goipg on in tne old To A n court house, and night sessions ar being held. Last night the court held until after 10 o'clock und it Is quite likely that night sessions will continue until toe case Is linished. It was disclosed in the questlonli.g of District Attorney Klock of the- regular panel that the territory will aslt for a verdict of murder In the tlrst degree and the extreme penalty. The defense will rely upon the al leged weakness of the prosecutions ase and the fact that the evidence Is largely circumstantial. "Have you conscientious scruples in rendering a verdict oi guilty murder case where the penalty Is death, providing the evidence war- nits that verdict ! asked Air. Kioch ol every witness. "Do you believe In mulcting tnu dentil penalty In a cHse In which th evidence Is largely circumstuntiai , wns Attorney Medler's invariably question of every talesman-, Seventeen men of the regular panel of twenty-four have been examined and of these nine have been either accepted or excused, leaving but nine more on the rfirulHr panel to be qties tinned or excused before a special venire will be summoned. At the rate the examination was going yoster day and last night It may take all dav today to complete the Jury The clock had registered after 8 lust night before tho first Juror, Ni ennor Torres, was accepted. Follow ing this II. K. KiHtier was excused by the defense upon challenge number one. and Mariano Sebedra was chosen. Nestor Sena took Mr. Kist ler's plnce In the box intl was exnni Inod for cause nnd parsed. Manuel Garcia, a bridge tender lit Del Itio. was excused by the defense, and Toinas Gutlerrcr. n butcher In the employ of the Western Meat com puny, but who lives lit San Jose, was also excused, thus exiiaustlng two more challenges of the defense. .Tos (lentigo Duran, a farmir from Dur :ncs. wis culled and passed the ex arnlnatlon for cause. Francisco Du- rnn of Purnnes, also passed the ex ttminatlon for cause. The roll call of the Jury then de. vcloped that W. K. Grimmer, secretary-treasurer of the lluhb's I.aun ilry company, was accepted. Mr Grimmer is the onlv Juror who tes tified to knowing- both the defendant und the deceased. i I.. Keppeler, v.ho testified upon the examination for qualification that he had formed an opinion In the case, when it oc curred, but that he hud lost II when he cooled off. was retired by the do fense. on challenge number 4. Hul place was taken by Domlsando Oon zales, a farmer of Alameda, who nrst said he Would not convict on circuni ntantial evidence, it mattered not how strong It might be. Attorney Klock asked to have him excused on tn ground that he wj clearly disquali fied but the court refused the re- quest, and an exception was noted by Mr. Klock. The defense resisted the challenge for cause. Copio Hcrrera, a laborer who lives at San Jose, was accepted by corn sides, but David I'erea. u former Jus tice of the peace In Old Albumieniiie. was excused upon the first challenge, used by the prosecution. Nestor Pucheo was being examined for cnuso when the court adjourned until : o'clock this morning. E. Medler, Who is leading- coiin sel for the defense, Is conducting the exntnlnation of the furors, being a Hinted hv J. A. Miller of this city. Trie prosecution Is represented hv District Attorney Klock, Assistant District At torney Michael MacGnlnness, and A TS. Robertson, employed as special prosecutor by the relatives of the dead man. The defense Is fighting every incn of ground nl I" takirg advantage of every point. Yesterday afternoon during the examination of Mr. Kep. peler, as soon as he hinted that he had formed n opinion on the case when he first hfird of i-t. stating: "I thought Mr. Tnslev'did wrnns," Mr Mcller wns cn til feet asking that the man be excused for cause or that the court room be cleared while the pelnf was telriT argued. It Is clear slsn that the defense will rely upon the testimony of the defendant tn his own behalf, to a great extent, f-.r tn every instance yesierdnv both tn the afternoon and l night Mr. MeHe T BEGAN YESTERDAY The Guests praise the the Cook praises CJL Good cooks are not bornthey are made by experience and the tools they use. The use of Cottolcnc m aid any cook in making an impres sion with her food. Being entirely free from hog fat, it makes food light, rich and digestible, but without the semblance of grease. Moreover, Cottolcnc food agrees with the stomach; it never causes indigestion or after-heaviness. Cottolene is made from choice vegetable oil, which human hands never touch. It is packed in patent, air-tight sealed pails, and its freshness and purity are guaranteed. For all shortening and frying purposes, Cottolcnc is better and more economical than butter or lard. COTTOLENE is Guaranteed Your eroceris hereby author ized to refund your money in case you zvc r.ot pleased, after having given Cottolcnc a fair test. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY "Nature's Gift from the Sunnv never omitted nuking n Infer if he would ijlve tho Hiiine weight to the tenllmmy of tin: deietiditnt nn he would to tlmt of uny other ltnos In the en He, Just whut the Ktoiy of Insley will he when he tuke the ntund i not known. Hlnee the nltfht of the kill ing, hoth nt th tin (.in t'h liiniie-it and at the htilieng corpim hearm, tnaley hud mnde no Htutctnent. For a time it looke,) A8 If he would he Httpnnrted In hl cnne y hln wife, the Rimer of t tie dead mnn nnd the .dnttKhter of the Krny-hended mini who hii t aeroHH me table from hlin, hut Hlnee thn irlnl heRnn It htiH heen rumored thai ulthniiKh Inwley and hln wife wer HiippoHed tn have nnid np their 1 1 1 -fereneen after the killing, nhx linn alnre Khowe,! decided, purtlnllty for her family, and Iiiih left the rlty to remnln nwny during the trial. Mrn. Incley, who una poMildy th only eye. U'ltiHHH of the Hhoottmjf, rnnnot lnke the ntnnd for her drnii hrotlier, und run only testify In ip reTiNo of her hii I.Hiid, should ahe ritorn dnrituT the trlnl. Attorneys for both side expect a tdithlfirnly fonc.ht trial nnd It Is donhtfiil, (tven tlifiiieh there are Icsk t him thirty tt 1 n-K - k. If the ease will ho finished liefole next week. rare citizen IT Robert Dross, Former Banicr and Prominent Elk, Wanders From Home, While Tempor arily Deranged, is Belief, fSpwInl lilirpslrh to lh MurnliHI Jniirni.ll l,as Crneen, N. M., .Vov. !1, Koliert Dross, fiO yenrs of e. and n promin ent real estate man her, disappeared from his home Wednesday afternoon and has not l.ten heard from since. When last seen, dross was ahout a half mile below the crlty and KoiiiR south. Organized posses scoured the country about Las 'rnce all lust nlnht In a vain effort t locate the mlsslriK man. It Ik reported that he was seen bareheaded and in apparent ly demented condition, south of lis Cruces on Thursdnv tiinrnlim. fn re celpt of this report a (reneral alarm was sent In ami more than two hun ;lred citizens Joined in the search, which wan kept up all day without re sult. The Klks. of whiiti ldi?e Mr. Dross vas a prominent member, havp offer ed a reward of llo'i for the recovery of the misslnsr roan alive or dead. Dross was at one time (ashler of the First National bank here and also secretary of the Chamber of Com merce, which two iti'tittitlons ars tak ing an active part in the search. The supposition Is that, during a fit of bmporary derangement, the unfor tunate man wandered away, f f is home Ufa was ideal and tlore Is no known reason why he should toave horne If in full possession of his faculties. As he had an unusually larne circle of friends and no known enemies, It Is not considered likely that he has met with foul play. MYSTERIOUSLY MISS E ti SHAKE UR DF HEW Commissioner Valentine An nounces That Cr J, Crandall Will Resign as Superintend ent. ll Morning Journal Hnerliil Tenant Wire. Denver, Nov. Km ther cholines 111 the Indian Service are Inevitable, accordlnvr to Robert C. Val-n!iiic, com tuisMoncr of Indian affairs. In the department of the Interior, who Is bete tndav. Mr. Valentine Is op a lilp -of Inspection IhroiiKh the wst. "The New Mexico muddle baa been cleared up," he said, "at IcaM so far as the' administration ia coiieerm-d, and Clinton ,1. Crandall, siipcrlriteii dent of the Indian school til Simla Fc, N. M will rrslmi, II. I'' Co;'eshHll. chief special officer of the Indian ser vice, who succeeded William K. John sou, will be made Miierintciident of the Santa Clara, pueblo, lakliu; the place of Charles Iv Mi l 'liomioy," Mr. Valentine was emphatic 111 de tiylm: the charf!. Ibat Hie liquor In tercsta had (rained control of the In dian bureau and said that the prose cution of men who, sell liquor to the red men w-oul( he mole vigorous Ihilli ever. Mr. Valentine also staled that the reslKiiatlon of William I'.. Johnson wrm voluntary. BLEACHED BONES MAY PROVE MURDER CHARGE f'emblna, N. D., Nov. !c - A pair of old shoes coritainliii; the bleached hones of a tinman foot, were Introduc ed n evidence todav in the trial of Krnest Stewart of Winnipeg, former ( nlte, States ImiulKrallon officer, ac cused of murdering I'hllllp Worral, a half-breed. Worral, an Inmate of the detention home, stationed at Neche, disappeared in Iflli'l and a skeleton, alleged to be his. was found last March. Stewart arrested In July and chared with the murder. The prisecutlon sfioi;lit to show that the shoes and also links of red hair and pieces of wearlriK apparel In-lonK-ed to Worm I. 'I in k -i to Mil .. nl r mi ii. Mexico Citv. No. i. Turkish resi dents ttirouifhoiit the tepiiMie liavf ftarted a movement to raise a fund of cold as eontribiil 'on to help meet the expense of carry inn on the war with Italy. I rmicc tu Reinforce fiarri-oii. 1'arK Nov. 9, France has dei ideil to relntoree tho Fren-'h narrisi n at Tunis, which new consists of onlv 1,2110 men. This uctermoiat ion has hcen reached by the government bc caure of the recent Arabian outbreak there against Italian wording Kien, MEXICO INDIAN OFFICIALS Never Sold in llk Cottolcm is i packed in pails with an air-tight top, to keep it clean, fresh and wholesome, and prevent it from catching dust and absorbing disagreeable odors, such as fish, oil, etc. The Growth of Big Cities. It Is hard to take seriously the con tention of the New York Thins, re newed recently, thai New Yolk's splendid growth In the decade from IIMIO to 1 II I (1 was disappointingly In adequate, "only IIS per cent, Instead of the customary excess of over fill per cent." We pointed out on Tuesday that the percelitaiie of Increase between 1 H 110 and loin whs 31.7 per rent, while the percenlake of Increase for the ter ritory now composlmt New York was only 37.1 between and 1 90(1, and for New York city before consolida tion was I'fi.H between t MHO and IN"". UN between 1 1 s"a and INKO and onlv K..H del ween 1SSII and 1H70. In ord er to find a growth of more Ihan (10 per cent In a delude II Is necessary to e.o back In Ihe period befor the Cl II War, when New York had less I tin n onc-finii of ihe population uhlih It has now. When a small illy stalls nut Id be come a hi, illy II Mains In Ihe tlrst stages of Its p rout-ess naturally show liiryest In the pcrccnla ire column. Af ter It has hi hlf-ved IhkIi lank as n c tiler of populillon Ihe inlln of In crease must i-leadllv diminish, unless II llhexa lion o adlaceiit territory Is re sorted ti tendency of kalns, add IIS.7 il.437.L'fi.' in oi I his Inevilabb' U III the III I III In i t 1 1 il. 1 1 i the ability o per i cut to a Nui Vork lo T 1 1 1 ? i hi t i i ii ol as It did n l:i'wi.(i, M far more remaikal to nd, ."ii.s m than was Ms ablllly i nl I o a popttta l loll or r, ir,,M7, a . it city In tin- vi rid hail Inhahll, nils i a normal mow'h Ilia r. ft per i cut. Hd in iKf,ii-nn. No ir niori' than 'J, una, all cxpccl o have In a lb-cade exceed London's rath, of Increase has been rei llnliij; steadily. Hi lucen I 'in I and I !i I I II was onlv 10.2 per cent. ('alls, Dcrlln, Vienna, Toklo ami SI. I'ctersbur arc all KTowlim 1 1 1 1 1 1 b more Mowly Ihan New York Is. In fact, auuum cities of the first rank New York's Increase be tween I lino and llihi Is without n parallel. No meat canltal has ever pushed falcr lo the front since cen suses worthy of the name have been la k en If the Times thinks that tills cltv's present rule of prourcsM Is lamentab ly lnade(iia le. wtiii t will It say of the priiKtess made between 1900 and 1910 hy the American cities'.' In Unit pe riod Chlcauo rew 2H.1 per cent, Phil adelphia 19 7. St. I.ouls 19.4 and Hus ton 19.fi. fn the list of cities of more than fiOO.OOO population Cleveland Is Ihe only one whose xain exeecdrd New York's. Cleveland's pereeiitaRe helhK 411. 9, Instead of inn inta inlni? Ihat New York's grow-ill has been abnormally small, the Times, If II pays due atten tion to census statistics, ought to ad mit that It has been astonishingly lare. Wr live In the one Rrr-nt city of the world whose advance In the last decade was abnormally accelerated. New York Tribune. ( aoipnluii jalut ( him let Ijilsir. Atlanta, H i., Nov. ! The necessity for an educational campaign to make Ihe public familiar with the various onion labels nod the condition of the campaUn axalnst convict labor sys tems In various stales, were empha sized In the annual reports or officer nt the opening session of the union label department of the American Federation of Labor, which met here today. Cook, South 9 9 II BURGLARIES LUST NIGHT Rooming House on Eirst Street Entered and Residence of Dr, M, K, Wylder Ransacked; No Clue to Robbers, llur'-ilaiH became in live in tho city las, hleht and as a ciiiisei,iiciue two places were hiirglarlm-il and ipiHe an amount of valuable Jewelry stolen. ' The tlrst criminal entry reported tu the police was that of I, Ills (bmtllni, proprietor ol the club Siiloon anil loomliii; house i n First stnct. His place was entered it If believed iiliuul li.-:t0 jchIi rdiiy i 1 1 1 1 1 k . M. (Ian nlnl's room is al Ihe Iron, of Ihe lion- I First I H'OII I i i i m; a porch and directly on 1 1 'a t, i in ret ui nliiir lo hia I a 1 I i cnliuc short Iv alter 7 ii i ha Ii lo- t on i n (he window an the pun h open and cxaiiii na I Ion showed ibat iis effects had been rilled and three tub, milches, three p.iin pold ilui's. ami a diamond stick pin. th . Icneirv liai-lna a value c lose In $.11111, had been taken, No I Hi- lo the Ihlof could be found, so lab- last nihl Mr. Uannlnl rcporled the mailer to the police. The second burularv reported was Ihat i.r the residence of Dr. M. K . Wylder on West Central avenue. It Is believed Ihe hoiiSfi was entered about N o'clock last ninht. A dia mond stick pin and $l.aii in money w a s taken. The stolen property belonRed o Dr. Wyldor's brolhef. Fart Wylder, and the pin he prl,e, very hlghlv. No tine to the burglars Has found In this Instance. The mailer was rc porled to the police Hnd n thorough search of the city was being made last night to apprehend the olTcnders. Mexican Runs Amuck. Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. II. M. Davis, of Kansas city, K. H. Donahue, of Fort Worth and Charles Klmberlv, of St. Jidiils. were s'abhed late tonight by an unknown Mexican who run amuck In the business district of Kurt Worth brandishing a lnrxi knife and shout ing as he slashed a pedestrian, "Die, ymi American Dog." The Mexican es caped. Davis and Donahue were Were dangerously wounded. 'War ItciHi-n the Slate", ' Richmond, Va., Nov. 9. The t'nil p( Daughters of (h,. Cntifederacy In com eiillon today called Upon the I'nlh'd States government to tmhsti Itite the term "War lletweeii the Plates." for "Civil War" 'and "Wnv ol the Itebellloii." in all olflclal rel eiotlcis to the Struggle of the sixties. Army Chiefs i West. Washington, Nov, 9. Secretary of War Sllinson, accompanied by Major tleneral Leonard Wood, chief of staff, left tonight for Fort Leavenworth und Fort Riley, Kansas, whero they til Inspect the army ervlcw mhoolg, COMMITTED