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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, VOL, CXXXV, No, 5. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY l 1912. Kjr Mall, 60 CViiIn a. Mnnil,; single I i.plc, 5 (Vnt. Ilv ni'K i', in I " in- N Mouth. FEARFUL TOLL OF LIFE IS the dead i'iv taken to l'.'lmv r:i on n special Ir.iin. All t In other dead were taken In iiiiili'tiiiUliiK rooms in Coin ing Mini III.' ulhrr lll.illl'oil CollVC.Vod In I In' I 'in iiIiik i it v 1 1 1 s i i 1 . 1 1, All tin' phv si. tun... In I li' lily wore Minimum ll III attend 1 1 1 -1 1 1 While 111 II.- 1st, 'is iinil priests ni'ir called li it I - minister lasl sacraments Mini receive IllcsSagCS I'l'lllll lilt' (IvIllK. The Lev. .1 ih n T. Cassl.ly, ii Cmh., lir priest, was inn- uf tin' curly ar rivals. Mr iialli il a long Hue iniil.'t' cur ami several wagons lintinil for tlii morgues 1 1 i 1 . ho pel formed Hi.' rids over tlir hodv uf a littli' Kir I which la across Hi.' Inn hw a.v . Tlm motorists all. I tlii' hi slanders Stood iil.iiul Willi Lowed lu-ails. 'I'llo ir.i.l.- "I i '. .1 ii; M u have opened Ihi'lr Ii "x t.. those less si rii.siilv in- html. This a It. -I Mi. i. li tile workmen ill til'' scone i. r tln uiv. k in ki ll tip ii hum. in skull which ns entirely devui I i I r..l.. A... I!II,J - - J n-l . mullis Willi II Would Indicate Wllfiiiei rouy-uue rineu aim oeiween ,..,,,. r,-,.,,, n,,,,, , woman. Fifty and Sixty Injured, Many , J''::-,!1':';;;,,, ?"tT. ,1 ' j ' Fatally, in Rear-End Col-; -,,, him mm.' i.ivs.m.'j , , " 1. 1 ihe stalled train ah. ail, Lacka 1 1 S 1 0 IT . w anna n'1'i, nils doolai e tonight (hut ' . llagmati I i.i I I. ..ii -.'in back f I'm in III j ' ' i r.-ar ut Nil. 'i when she wai h. 1, 1 1 1 . ; WRECK COMMITTEE GALLS ON WILSON AND TALKS OVER CAMPAIGN Stars of Two New States Twinkle Now on American flag Washington. .Iiilv I. national I lax I', .ii ii, eight si. irt. .a 1 1 1 Ii'ii i a 1 1 . , MiitM, including th.' I.'.' I'lli' llf'VV turlv- 1 all thr lltlV n.l- untied Alizuiii ami Nm Mexi- ..I. was 1 1 ii n k limn all lolcral st i art in en in tin- , 1 1 1 1 1 1 an. I I l inn 1 hi' A I ' 1 1 l . a n ii. i x throughout i hi' world tudav. Mi,,,, M ..,,.,. . O .1 I I hli toon stars only will he per ivianji IMUI I lt-Ci r I u OLIUblCU mined m in,- nln ' I lags th; FAST FLIGHT TO JUAREZ FROM 0! RACRI1A M.i.il, .i 111. :ci for Campaign Manager Bi:t I "T, Z,! XC Decision Will be Made by ,v' l"M "" "" ! , , , ... ..I Hhk via changed in l.lai- Indav standard beater Mnnselt, MT00MBS APPEARS LIKELY CHAIRMAN s Inn I. 'cans.' of the (i ccaden la .iliM'iii.' milv Ih' Hollar (lag Puttered above th. liiii' Mulls.'. ia, tor Neaily Five Months Capital of the Rebels, is Deseited Lxeept foi Vol unteer Police Foicc, EXPRESS TELESCOPES j EXCURSION TRAIN an) In X.'lnaska. Imril parly win BORDER NEXT SCENE OF WAR, IS BELIEF CLUB WOMEN ELEC T Horrifying Disaster Occurs on j Lackawanna Railroad Near i : Corning, New Yoik; Blame Not Yet Fixed, (By Morning J.iurniil Rpriiil Leimcd Wlrtv) Coming, N. V., July I. Forty -mm IH'i'snn.s vvi'fc killril nnil between tiflv mid sixty injured in a wreck near here j early today. I Westbound Lackawanna train Xo. !i, ! frnni New York, due Id arrive at Corn ing at 4:47 a. m., e.imiused of two engines, a. liayHaK' ear, three Pullman and twii day eiiaehes, in the order named, was. demolished at liihs.m. Ihree miles east of Ciirniiiu: ut .ri:-"i o'eloek this morniiiK h' express Ira in No. 11, due at ('.irnitiK ut 5 : 1 U a. m. Mmiy el' the iitlms were holiday exeursionists liniind to Niagara l-'alls who had hoarded the train at points iilmiK Ihe line. The cause, aeeordiiiK to Kimineer Sehroeder of Die express, was his fail ure to see signals set anainst his train. The mnrniim was Cokk.v and he said he eould mil make Ihem out. The wrecked train stood on the main track, hloeked hy a criiple.l IieiKlll innil. I ni l. was no na inii.j aeeordiiiR to lOiiKineer Sehroeder. The Hifciial.s which he declared it was tin IOKK.V lose.' were jusi i.iiiiiii a . niw. The flyim; ,'"iires. pllllled pa.-t. lV'ii and crashed into Ine rear ot .M. 'J'he identllled dead: AUAISTI!' i.N'tl, W. '.. Ilnli'ikeii, N. J. nitAXIiI'MS, .n:. AM) M1IS. CI1 A kl.KS, Xew York Cily. (.Married yesterda' ar.d on wedding- trlpi. IiYKli. IIICKMAX, Newark, X. J. KIlYVtN, M IIS. ('. Chieaj'... IIKSS, A1IIS. KIMTH A., Sciatiloll, J'a. IV V, 1)11. :. '.. uf lleleiue llospiial, New York. JmXKS, M IIS. ANNA II., Scralil.'li, I'd. LA I HI), II K ilKll':. 1 :r, i i k 1 n. I.i iWKIIY, HVKl.VN, c.iloreil. .New ark. X. .1. Xii'.K, ANT'iNI' '. S. r. niton. I'a. XKI.Sn.V. ANTiiNlii. .ern I'ity. I'll ATT. I'. ('.. I '.lift, 1 1... traveling s.'l lesma n. I'ATIU'SKI, M., iiiiiiii.ur.inl. ti.ket lll lo liu'Talo. I'liAVKI.rnVSKI, IIIOHIXA I'.. Kus f ia. RKYNdl.HS, M IIS. I.I I.I.IAN, llrooklyn. SATTI'II )1'( 'A TTI, M IIS. I.l'i'Y. Xew York. SMITH, JAMKS, colored l'ulim..n poller, Newark. X. .1. SCHCLTZ, Klt.VlCST, I'.iHTiilo. XIM.MKII, .InllX. Scraiilon. I'a. Sehroeder had ta ken Xo. 1 1 Klmyra. Ill teen niinules licl'ore. It was a few minutes laic. Tin' si retch of track from Klmyra to ("ni .i illi; is litted for fast ruiininii ami In was seiiiliiiK his train siloiiK ut .'iv'y live miles an hour. No. H was sop posed to he half an hour ahead of Km. lie had no warning until he made out ih" outl.n of the rear . oacn thr-m-h Ihe fon. Then hp threw on tie re verses without sliutlini; off St"l!ll 'Ihe jerk threw the train nlf ihe ir.uk and Ihe locomotive plunged mi. t" snlinter the two day coaches, lill I with excursionisis and tear thnemh Hie last of the I'ullmans. Sehroeder i said the Impact threw him from in. j cah and landed him on his shoulder mi ) 1 he loadhed. nracticallv unhurt. Tin-i OFFICERS FOR Fl iH'lnt '( Him if a t.t .1 I'. .1, ..! t . .-, , Meeting Will be Held in Chicago k..s,.v,.h "...hi ,iruc ,.,.: rca.-um.-.A Large t'ait ot Insui recto y ilemo. rats ever In I'n snl. in 'la".. Ini'MC IV i r, Mnim , i7 i v. i o i i 1 1 1 v. u nuu 1 1 1 1. ' u 1 1 I '..-.i I 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 whl.lt l le'w ile I i" I i.i I. .11. Ill ; pi.!, c I I ..Ml . ' I t - I i I I II 1 I ' ' " W 1 1 ' ' I S 111 .1 i team i i ; i , 1 1 . . w li. , - I i. I' d i 1 1 1 III. I , . .1 1 I I I Ill III 1 .1 I. tin II a.h M o . -mi -I. , I Ii. l ! I' I I 1 ' i . i.l, tic I li - I ile .a 'i."l i 1'ic l Ii ...it I ..l... . .1 a . .'III.' 1 1 et w II I'.ll,' a 1 1 1 I mnllioihl It M - I lie 11 1 1 .II.Mli.ll . . Mill Mil I 'f t II ' I Pi I i 1 n Ih n ,, I .11 I lii 1 ii.eli' i I , i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i ' 1 1 i , w . . I .... 1 1 1 , . I i : th. 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I I l sJ w III iJ I ll ILtUU I v I National Contest. 1RATI0N I fly Mttrnlnu: .Itnirnnl SmcImI I Mlri.) ) ....... I V I t '1-1. I., il . . 1 . , . I 1 1 1 1, iihiii-ii" uf tho iK iihh raiie n;tti(nitl tair ous Rcaioii of Sonoia VVhcic Artillery is linposslhlo, to himself, .lifnic , a vim: I i It i in, ii i. Mr. rryan esimi.it 'd that Wilson would have a m...'lit ol s. (ii'U, nut) ui'i I ''. side, 1 1 I 'r MnrnInK Jnnmiil perlitl Iiii.i Wlrp.) Tali. When a.-I.ed todai ir he still! Chihuahua, Mexico, ,lnl 4 II, , pt In In lo that ellimille. lie n plied: Mora Ix.dy of Volunteer police, the .III in i'mi ins wiisoiis uuianiy mi,.r , , .,u .,...... ...a ,...i,,. ,,, , M'aniri i . Iliel n I icrs i iiminittee called on (Invcrnnr Wilson I at Seagirt today. I Thev I'lUiii! un from Ilaltitnoro on la spi'i'iul train and ,,n the way tiny hpm- iiihiiv i epiioiu a ns win vote iiii,,.,iv ,, i,,.ariv fn,. iminlhs as their I .nr. liooseietl. vno wouu llol I'l' ... . . - I e n il am .use of otiet'ii oils eia L'.iDii null I was no I cuuntim: on I thirl puny. That iniKht reduce the plu ral, tv smile and yet not much, le- triiops. Tile rehels who had occupied the ,s. Percy V, Pennybacker oU" 1 XZt" Zrn Austin, Texas, is Chosen kv,tih.i"S campaign, wi,,,,, ,!,,. i.tt Seagirt two hours laid', alter Iriemlly dials with Ihe nominee, most of tliein declared (hat any one whom the governor might name would he elect ed to the place. ny Mrr,ln JnnrnnT nnlnl Wire.) j As t who this will he, whether San Francisco, July 4. .Mrs. relcv William I'-. MeCoomlis, Fred H. Lynch, President Over Mrs, Phillip Carpenter by Small Vote. V. Pcnnyhiioker. of Austin, Texas, is the new president of the (leneral Federation of Women's chilis. Mrs. I'eiinyliaeker received .",.",(! votes lo 'J",.", l ast for Mrs. Phillip 'a rpetil er, of New York. "I inn overwhelmed wilh Ihe sense (if responsihility,' she said lale tonight. "I cannot say anthlng more now." The presidency was the only office for which Ivvo candidates were tiuiiii- Inati'd. The n. mainiler of Ihe llckel as elected was as follow's: First vice president, Mrs. L. L. I I Iru netiliurg, Philadelphia. Second v!c. pr.-ai'leiit. Mrs. Sa i lei P.. Sneaih, i, hlo. Ileeording secretar.v, Mrs. Harry L. Kefo, Neliraska. ( 'oiresiioiifliiis: secrelary. Mrs. Ku-! gene Keill.v, North Carolina. Tieasur. r, Mrs. John Threadgill, ( iklulmnia Auditor, Mrs. Charhs II. McMahon, li.ih. The directors elected arc: Mrs. William Andrews, Washington, I). ('.: Mrs. Francis 1 1. Fierelt, Illinois, Mrs. Crace Julian Clark, Indiana; Mrs. J. Creightnn Mathevves. Louisi ana; Mrs. William I'. Harper, Wash ington; Mrs. A. S. Christy, Montana; Mrs. Frank White, North Dakota: Mrs. Lucy While Williams, Michigan. Aimoiinceineiii of Mrs. 1'etin.i back er's election Was followed hy hand c'apping. Ihcn hy joyous feminine cheers ami finally hv what was pro nounced o In- a "reliel veil." chor used hy Ihe Texas llelegaliotl. Pusiness ol the convention was suspended while she was escorted to the platform, where another ovation was given her. Th,. vole on Hie presidency and the oilier officers, was taken veslirilav I anil an tomiy eager deiegaies pricu j around Irving to learn what had hap I pencil. A II day reports t hat M i s. j pen n.vl, acker had won ..'ere in cir-j dilation. The fedel alioll'.s sessions end lo- , morrow. Hubert S. Hudspeth or any one of half a doze,) others mentioned for the place will have the preference, (iov crnor Wilson had not decided tonlghl. The governor will meet I ho cmninit tce July 1 ,'i in ChicuKu, stopping off en route probably a' Indianapolis lo lake tliivTi'iioi' Marshall, his running mate, with him. There was much diversily of opinion on the way up from llaltimorc among the delegates us to whom should he elected chairman. Mr. Lynch, who manager the cam paign of Ihe late flovornor Johnson, of Minnesota, and Judge Wade of Iowa, were frequently menliotied. It se ined to he the consensus of opinion that a man who knows the party leaders In the field would ma. Ideal leader. There was no id selecting a man today. Mr. Tn IV iiated tonight in the lac. if a rapidlv ,),,,, in , ,, I. a ,i. ., in. 1 1 i , iu i. mil ii, line, .ii i.ii,.,,., lie Votes. ' jvatiguar.l of ileiieral lluerla's urmi, "What do you thing of Hie a 1 1 il ude ,,.,, drove the rebels from liaeliun of (lovernor (isborn, of Michigan, in j ,, ,,., v ,Mi,.s s , ,,r , ,.av. coming- out against (lie Uoo.sevell Ihlrd parly?" was asked of Mr. In van. "1 have read (lovernnr ( isborn s statement," he replied, "hilt 1 do not expect as large a proport ion of sup port from Ihe progressive leaders .is fr. m the rank and file of the republi can party. This ciinpainn w ill b mi. re like the campaign of l!ml, ex cepting that Mr. Wilson will represent ihe Inditing force in the campaign. Mr. llooseveH's campaign will ho di rected toward weakening the cam paign and candidacy of Mr. Tuft." When asked regarding Hie make up of Ho platform and the placing of the trust question lo thf fore, he said: "We pul the tariff iiuesliou and the trust iiiestion second in arranging the Platform, hut the parti's position 1-' clearly and strongly ' cd p, riant iUestions. "The single li'i'iii for Ine pr 'sidency is lo ing to a it rai I a good ilea I of at J " in ! nl iiroco is I, might at Sauz, thirty miles north of here, while the main columns of rebels are encamped at Miiete.uuui, only 114 miles from Ihe American bonier. All day long (he rebels retrealed. The city of Chi huahua, with Its nervous colony of foreigners, was left union, In', 1 by Ihe rebels, troop Iriiins being sent through at full speed by (.em-ral 1 iro.eo to prevent looting mid disorder. Tonighl preparalioUN were made b.v the rebels iii Isolale ihe cily id Ciu huahuii, all I, ridges having been de stroyed south of lu re during Ihe day and the work of teiring up the Mexi can Central railroad being detailed to :i dynamiting crew, which left here with Hie last of the rebel forces. The Associated Press dispatch at !i ll all (in ; o'clock touctht Wu- :he I 'M tileSMa'sC cut before the rebels cut Chlluinhua If from telegra phie communication ii the north. ' All rebels officials left on the last The foreigners remained In f. d lllll he c s Vital W I'l h ll e I ,1 lesllov ed Pel VV cell I I.I, htm ha alul I'll'' Inn, hll I hv li'sllt. Win n the last " "'I h'l'i I'-" hn'i'" ,be iv.uk of deMl.iiim, bilil.:, hai I.i gill.. I '. 1" 1 o'l I'''" I I ' "' -" " in vi "-tci.l iv s light wcie "Cgni. Tim r. helM are not c.n Hy pi i p., rcl to split into guerilla '.and-. I'ln v vvlll sinl in. .ml. un an ot ga in. n inn in laif columns, but their ilaul' fur sum.' lime Will he dev.. ted to gitlltlg am- miiuiti 1 1 ts bclnvi ,1 I. ml with Un- ciilire in m nearer (he Am. i ,, an Pul -del a iiimuiill imi will come lasler ih m heieliifore. The rigid patio! 'f Ih' Ainellcau troops I-. blamed I'V ihe rebels for their ho k of ammuiiltlmi and fechiiK to.v. rd the I'liil.d States for Its slrbl eiiihaigo on Hie passage of urins liilo the r In I y.onc has by Hy meiins impt ov ed. T ROTH OLD PARTIES ARE FALSE TO ' PEOPLE " !Riui.",!i Rider is doing to Dis pense with Leadeis and Ap peal niiectly to F aimers and Waco Eat nets, OSRORN'S POSITION BOSSES MUST BE DONE AWAY WITH Colonel Has Compaied Chica go and Daltimuie Platforms and Finds Them Out of Har mony with Piogtessiveism. IS GRATIFYING TO WILSON tl teTitlell ami also 111.- , I ec 1 11 1 : , I 1 . . o I'll ' il (lil-g direct l l i l u a lies. line of Ihe tl.'lin I best planks in i in- p kill.. i in is (he i m 'heir residences, raising flags of all N'oi long aiier ih,, arrival of the 1 declaring- lor lie popular deeih f nations. Mr. MeCoomhs a ppea red on nciioual commit te.n, en to begin sci - , "'" ' ""' '" " 'uare.. opposite ,. Paso, lexns, and ( asas BEVERLY EXTENDS WARM WELCOME TO TAFTS . no,.,., ,.,.,) iin... lis.- li ill!!'.. IMI'lt L'I th,- middle r th..' train, grinding . President and Wife Greeted by, very thing in its path. I'lnally k parl.v, Mr. MeCoomhs ai, eared the governor's lawn. The governor spied him and 1,11 the group with whom he was talking to shake his campaign manager's hand and thank him. They strolled across Ihe lawn with hands clasped and held a low ci,nversalion. I'el'oiv the governor could return to bis ether friends, he announced ihal (ilhe James, who was permanent chairman of Hie ((inven tion, would visit liin i tomorrow or Saturday to arrange Hie dale and de tails lor his Imin.il n, ! 1 1 iea t ion of nomination. Calling Norman I'). Mack aside (lovernor W ilson held a long talk with Ii i ii i. punctuated bv Mr. Mink's vig orous gestures and his own nods of absent. A llltle later Mr. Mack, all er conferring wilh oilier coiiiniinee ui'ii, said to linger c. Sullivan, of lilinois: "We have just about de, ided to meet for organization in New Ymk mi July l."i." "Make it Chicago." said Mr. Sulli van, i "No. most of us want il lo he held j in New York." Mr. Min k said. I "Come out to French Lick for llu j meeting." insisted Thomas Taggali. I "a mi let It all be my ex pens,'." ( llleago, repeated Ml. Sullivan. "Potter see. hadn't ue. what In has to say about il "" Mr. Taggart suggested, indicating Unii'iimr Wil son wllh a gesture. They acted mi bis ail', ice, but no one save themselves lie. ud the gov ernor's smiling reply. A new canvass of the com mi 1 tee was made ami Mr. .i.ek announced Irom th,. governor's por It ;'iat Chi cago had been selected. I here whs a gl eat ,b a I nl si : IS to (.ovelllor Wilson's choice ce l' he, I elected. New Jersey Governor Believes Michigan's Executive Has Made Statement of Great Significance. CANADA "S PREMER EC S ROYA L LCOME W i:ramles. southeast of the American j border mi the Mexico North west era. a strategic enlrance lo Ihe slate uf Solium. (leper. il (iriizco ailmiileil today that the lack of a it , 1 1 1 1 1 nit Ion and the su-lieriie- federal ariillery made it faille to atlempt lo hold ll.i, llinihu. lie now has distributed his forces in dif ferent directions, hut Ihe mobiliza lion poini probably will be close to Hut American border, if at all. Hehel officials ilaim it will be guerilla war fare from nou on. with most ,,f their operations in the Weallhy state of So noia. There is no ipieslloii about the ap parent disorganization of the rebels, bin it is probable that, the invasion of So, iorn will in-'tin a serious problem for the goi erniueiil, as the region Is miinntainoiiH and impassable to anil I, rv or troop trains. Here the rebel.-, I most of Ihem 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 it t ii 1 1 rs, believe (Ilv .Mix-nlnu .n.iirnil Spi'ilil I fuse, I H Ire) 1 1 hey can hold their own will, the guy. London, July I.-- Hubert L. Kmileii, eminent volunteers and regulars. Canadian premier, wilh his colleagues, , i. ii , . ii. i, minister ot maim- , . . ,,. in imiii .vh I ,Si .lilt, j i one. i. i , mimsier m jus i ice. i i.. i I, I.I I III I r.ll I (HUM Mil Pellctior. posimaster gcmi.,1. .iinve.l! ,,, ,.,, ,,)y lllU.. "in' mis i i noon liner , ruing malum was f. celled a civic Wcl lie at i . . 1 1 III i "1 1 ll I rum the lord mayor ol I :i i.-t,,l. 'mui'ii is i.ie iie.M linn Imahiia III preparaHon for ihe elitri mmai in 'on l.o, '" of the federal I. os 'I'l.,..- li.i.. will explode Robert L, Borden, with Other Officials of Dominion, is Greatly Praised by England foi Stand on Strong Navy, rived here tonighl lli.il hundreds of dynamite mines are hur led in Hie si rets and houses of Chi- .ears. The press and the public arc making much of his pl,,i ucetiieiit " I si, i ml loi a gl on ! na '. v ." u lie ll is illl-l preled Dial Call. Ilia is prepared lo make haiulMiiue cm I ri bat mn to Ihe I'.litish navi in Hie shape ol tu.. I ' dreailnollgllls. il by the debris it remained mi the roadbed in the midst of the desolation it had caused while hundreds of per sons rushed In every kind of vehicle In the scene to life and pry the dead and injured Inmi the tangled ma.-s of wreckage. Taking advantage of the holiday excursion rates to liiiffalo and Nia s.ira Fulls, many excursionists had l.iuriled No. ti at all points frniii II'" hokeii. There were also many p.'is Mllger f,,r the west. pv the time I'luiyra was reached the train riirrh-1 su inanv- passengirs that a si Seveial Thousand People atrUT,',""- u"'i;,,:'l uh ' aifcfl tin- lii.-t' in end 'f tin- ;mt pit tt-ii Summer Capital in Massachusetts, (Itr M,ri,inn ,lurniit Sprrlnl Lrnurd Wlr.) P.. v. rly. Mass.. July 4 . - I lev .-i ! v had a. .mint t ' lebrHtion tod.n iin lio'i r of the Fourth ami the return of ill most d iM ingiiislicd summer rcsnJ.-a'-. Ihe pr. anient , ml Mr. Tuft '1 ho us. , lids oi persons stood ml ec - i more i lo, n an Imur at Ihe I ; I or 'll Hint and lln.s. nd a close III, lid of (b.iernor Wilson was I rei u.-nt lv mention,..). " Persona Ilv 1 am in favor ,,f Mr. MeCoomhs." Mr. Iludspiih s;.id. "He has managed Ihe governor's cam paign brilliant!) so far and J s.-e no reason why he should imi i i. mimic to do so." "It is a mcl.ike. f Hunk. In swap h'.li- in midstream." A. Mitchell Pal r. ami, her close fl lend of the gov el nor. who has I.e.n old Mi. FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT SANTA FE MOVES INTO FINE NEW HOME Special rrr,.in,lf i n MurnlliE .l.ttirnilll Santa Fe. X. M . . .lull. 4 ---The First National bank ol Sal, la pi . the pin ne. r hanking . Ma hlishin.nl in New .Mexico, founded in ISTu hi l.m i.iu P. Maxwell an, n um luriiig on 1 1 s long list of dilei .. s at III f lion s many id the most prmoineiil m.-n in 111' southwesl. has moved into if- trooi been I.i id w here Ih. upon the slightest i iintust. Aim ricans and foreigners vi ho know ol Ihe location of 111. explos ives, intend to rein. iln within iheir residences until the arrival of (len eral i I 1 1 or I II . ll ho has been apprised by spi-'S of Iln- spots vv lu re the mines are . on. . .ilcd. Tlr- defeat of the rebels al Pai him h.i and 1 1, i ' i r movement today inward Hie Ann l a an bolder erealed a Mir ill ,,fii,i circles here. The American holder patrol was spread along the iiileiii.ition.il line pi,.p. ircd lor emer t.'i'iii ies. Talk of the coming of the slate milin.. was current, hut Ihe gen cal eel, .el, is Hi,,! there Will he m, i i, lei n. 1 1 1. ui. 1 1 i umplicaliuns at Juarez. It is hell.-, d Ihe rebels will establish a lemporurv capital there, hot soon will im.v. on to C.sas lltandes and So,, m. e i . ii.i 1 1 im .Inure, peacefullv. g-ne was attached. tion to greet the president win n Ins "'" ' "- (',., i,.,i..i v r.i i ml r,.r P.uf- Haiti i, idle. I in Irom postor, an hour M. -Coombs is his pr.-fi r.mce. fain had pulled through I'.lmvra long , late, ci ovv ds line! i he street to w a toll j I i fore. The heavy grade at Cibsotijhim pass aml hundreds more mar. h"d j na? reached, a drawhead pulled out behind his automobile lo Para met ta. and the freight was crippled. Signals the summer while house. which she pul out stopped No. it. Thej "It's t I to gel hack to l.ei.ri-. hrst engine was uncoupled and set al j again," said the pies. del, 1 to the n work lo push the dead end of I he , ept i.,r, committee thu un I him ..I : , fi- ight into a siding lo allow No. i , ytjth.n. and Xo. 11. which was due it, twentv-l Mrs. Talt smilingly n. aided ."i ap tne or thirty minutes, to pass. The j ,-,,., a ,,f Hun s. i,timei,t. work was slow and during the wait. Th.- ,-ott ige had be -u prepared i,.i l. ,.. by passengers It'.'lll ;! "l l.. coach' s ' th- president 'K arrival and o'l ta" -'t out. I Steps of its Wide purlieu he Stood lol M-.n-lsil., ih.. fc.oo.ls bail beell i In, If :. n ho,),- ami si k hands W;th t l.r'.. v.. ,, Vh ,,il,'l th.- !3r,..,.r. lUSVW l'l.'l.s WI.M.- to slop the express' ami the crash r..l The .xe.i,;, flics tore will ml IMI.HV i)i 111: IIM.il h.We.l. ll pencil at present, for Ml". Tilt '.Hi' 'hi. am., .lull 4 Willi, un J. I'.il.,',. Thirteen of the inlur. d .ni l ! n "f j ii-t urn I.. W ashingim, Sumhn niw ,,;. i w s,,a... , m hi. ago i...l.i on lo- Mr .Mcl'oiimbs. hims. If. had lilt', (o sin . "If the governor feels thai I cm (a. any good in Hns ies,,.-. i." 1,,- de clared. "I will put aside personal in clinations. hoVV. I. I 'lent tile mii II lice." No I m., I, L. M.n k. Ihe I et il lag i hail -man. said thai ulub-r II" i II- must.. hi en w,.iil.; he ent.rla.n a thought of r.- electloll. '.lovelier Wilsons choice wjil plc i ail." h" added. handsome w- building Side of Hie pl.tz.l within a leu f"'1 of whi le ll op. m il Its do..,: So m any v i ars ago The Hew building is the final Wdld in hank a i lute, i lire. po-Mssmg beauty coupled with e v ci v mod. Ill ap pliance for 1 1 .. n-a. t in g buslines and keeping llit.ot tin- he;, VI ,.-po-lts and Securities II lias ii t all till.es ii its Vaults. Major II. J. P-.len. t he '. .-Ii i .in hanker, who c- pleMihl.t of Ihe insl. lull. .11, ali'l II... ..'fuels and itll.it. .is. If.lVe spi.l.d lc expcns.. (,, m.il.e ll"' Mist ,, lit Inn lie mosl .,l.pl, le ,1, I lie South v .'Si. vxhi!.- ihe hank ts m-t as !..(-- as -. i,,..l olo.l-. lis ,-. pof, tlm, foi i -.'t V a I il e .'ind a ti-olulol i honest hailing melh.i.l- .,,,,1 i'- long ami li, .lioi .. to.- leput.i 1 ion a a f,l,an (lal His. ,t ,1 Ii Ii. ..mhllie lo make '! one of lb. bes hanking hoos. s ill X. W M. Al. o I II Ihe cast I The I' d. I,. I not 1.. pr,, i et umeiit has .1 cid. ,1 am fighting' in Jaai.-z. (Ill Miimln rn.i I Ri.nlul l.dnsrlt Wire) Seagirt, N .)., July 4 lioverimr WilHon vvas highly gratified al Ihe stand taken yesterday by (lovernor (isborn, of Mh big. in. Willi regard in Colonel lluosevclt and himself. "This is V ery illtelesl lllg, illdei il." (lovernor Wilson said, alter nailing ( lov el'llor ( e horn's slalellietll. '1 Jusl doii'l know what. to say ah, ,ul It except that It Is most signifi cant, i, shorn is a man of force; he knows his own mind. What he said gratified me glial ly. pa i Inula rly whal he said iiliniil ." (lovernor Wilson said he had not been given Htm' as yd I In, roughly In iliuosl Hie party planum, and hence be Itilcliileil tu reserve all a HI I III e II I llli'ieoll for his speech of accepl nice. This, wilh the plans fur his formal notification of noin ina t ion, was sched uled for discussion this a I'tei noon w ith tin' natiiilial cnnimitlec. The governor said he was taking a "Iheordleiil holiday" today. Ilcpresehtiitivc Purleson, of Texas, vilni has long supported the gover nor, vvas one of tho first callers lo ilay. Ilr spent half an hour with tlm nominee. Another visitor was Charles W. Pryan. a brother of William J. liryaii, lie was closeted Willi llm ,' gm ori, or for re than an hour. Mr. in.iaii ilcchncil make public th,. topics i, i ili-ciissloti .Hid said hi.--.all was lalgcll .social. I , 'niii',. i h, M i s. Wilson." he said. In a i I a--1 i on i;ra l illations ami best iv tsbc.s 1 1 mil 1 oloitel I 'a v ana vv lie " Ml. Pi inn said Ills hrollu I doilht ,"s would be Imind "ii the stump fur i . . 1 1 ci m . I W ll nn tin. i ab. UI llu' ' Un I'.llgll . gi onp ,,(' '-nl liu- i.i.-l ',. 'I't -X ins hi uug lit , on . l nor V ll on a 1 1 oph.v Ih,. (one star I lag iv hi' h I h'-il. il over Hiclr ,, leg. I l lllll at I ,u 1 1 1 mm. . PI- .,'elll A SI IV. ill. Ol S ,'. Ill'l ,1'. I o, . ll UO I. Mi W I I ol e, HOI W I I; "II Hil l, He was : hoi I '-I i , tin I ; h ,1 ., I ' I '. I i hie ol all I i'a III . , I A 111: ,l'-l.l. , !: " a I I .,1 i h. loi ci imr. .lohll I I. .'.!. . el, pi 1' el. ' ' ' I ' b.l V I.. ( ho ci nor ( i .V. 1 1 "l A. I., he m. i, ,';, lied In nl I. I Ihe .' . I i 1 1 . s .'i lllS bi, I dm II. ; III. I i I , I p ,.,... .lam, s Won. IV, ..I ll lo, ll .Is III I lla I ce ol I la III pa lc o a I I la 1 1 ill,,.! Ma im W Iw ,t, , Hoi. II,. I I'iiss ,111.1 !" i a.b- . i m ,,l -i i h,i , ',, in I I - -1 . ' We hi ll,-,,-.' lo ' ' I.I. I I O'l I I :o I S W I ... .1 h.l I- n I enmoil I' e I'. Ill , al I . ll Ilia Xov h . I CO, " dl'l d Ih ' , . 1 1 lllll, g ,.i W i "I l.el speak t it,- III I I L MtMV IN N. ,11 1 II W Mill I I ll.ll I Pel... I lie uluii.i , I. is. Mapula. Alex i . ... .lull I. I ml. r . over of darkiiesJ ' .- - re..., - i w ew fr .ml BALLOONIST FALLS :id'ar':,,iim;;;,:,':;'';;'':',ii.;n,;::l oo tlei to death :'li!nuif I'l'iH ; I Tl W hole I1' be! al till ill I litii I.I lb il'.liillg 'In III. ah, " I. m I a! .i,:z, I. tf I .1 a ! I. f l is II li hor.b I . a ' li 111 to tile I.'.e.ls .a',.- ll id.-r t. I, ol t I, -U" . , I. , lo I lie . ll ,..-t I,, .- 1 I'. V I,.' I '., I X p. I I. Ill e.. The I.I..I eoill- malei. r and a I n - part ol bis Im . , ill I ! II II I I 1,1 ll 11, 1 ll I: I I'll l llll I . . r i l. o, inn at . bill. il. i i ill in,., .i will g., I., Ju..r.7.. o.p..-it.. Ll Paso. Texas. .elb..e film ing ! ". k Ihi-n s.oilhw . s a!..,.i lb. M. x,. N'.l ttin eslei i, u,ii,..:.. . .. ... ilk. X .1.. Jul. 4. - Tl l is Moot c. "I .1.., ksolu ill, . I- i.i. . mn' 'l lie o.ii.-t v id Ii kia.v. h ha'!..., i ts ia I il" I oillitj v IV bile n , k ing I 1 1 .pi' falXil.'lte iltop i'll i- Ll .. id.- pb'l's, Til k ii 1 Hi'lh ' lib-. .1 . Ibis ill. 1- -Ion 11. was IT.SIalilii killed hi a l.l.l .'t ..in ,et ..P. ile all icpi.d a . es, .-111 floii I l'. l:.:.l of 1(1.(1(111 l. el Tile fllsl .1. t sei ollil pa l .o I, files iii...i il properlv, I. I'l ihe third spread iv til, a jerk ami la- III ; 1st lost Ins hold. Ill.r Mnrninr .l.,irnn1 npn-liit tar$ Wlr.) ,iv stir Pa. N. . July 4. A cam paign along novel Inns was sketched in i..i,e outline tuiilglu b.v Culotiol Koiisevell. As Ihe ca 11 ,1 Ida I e of th new progressive iiriv, Colonel lloose Mil int. lids to mike an appeai lui'Kn l.v to Ihe farmer and the wage wnrk ir mi ihe ground that neither tha dciiioi ratlc nor 111,, republican party is alleinplim; seriously in this cam paign to deal Willi (hi' funihlllielltal mmic ami .social ( oiidiilotiH which i oi'l'roiil Ihe country. Il Is f rum the lai mot- and wage ciriiei. Colonel PnosoVoll feels, that has , ,lt.l IIH'll lll strength in the past. Colonel Poosev ell said Ihal Senator Joseph M. lilxoii, of Molilalia, who m iliageil his campaign for llu, repuh li. ,,n . i . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 hiimlnatlon, In ell pi obaluhl v vvi old be his cauiiaiKH Ilia mi gel'. Tin. so1r.it. .I'm helihiua ll el's proh. ably will be II, Now Yolk. Tins pro, tram has been agreed upon as definitely ns possihle in mi viiiue of Ihe nation. il cntiveiilloii ill ( 'hi, ago in x I month, The former prom, hut intends t,i break tar away iron, conveiilloniil lih". In cumin, 'turn n emnprlgn. IP) hope, lo h ad what he lei tiled a peo ple's goi eminent . "This tiling- has got lo he done hy the people or ll won't he done lit all." he said. "(if course ',.' need c idol's, bill il does nol make hit iniieli dll fcrenci, il li. 1 1 1 1 Ihe leaders after all " Tin oiigluitil his campaign It d- oiicl will Hon, that iiiiilnr of Iho gl i al old parii, k has shown th a da I ,i ., hi Ii i or ihe i mil na t Imi tu tnka He point ol view nf the average man who has lo work fur his living. 'I'liU Ml., ten, i nl ll ' 111'' II Is I i cop, de with the argument which he previously outlined mat Im- republican ami ilciiiiierulio parlies ate largely under Hie infllO'll, e of bosses Ulpt thill. 111-.! time ha.., i nine for i hew national I'.i i t i . Th,, I'm m.r president said he lu ll nils In deal wilh liu; liiKh cost of living constant lv . ot) I tic ground that while In sonic extent It is. 0 uu to na tural ci, 1111111111- causes, there aro cillatetul causes which liuiy l)B l'i a 1 1-1 1 ( I iilul h liu'ilii'il. Colonel iloo.'iev ell lias been en gaged in a siuily of Ihe platform adopted at Halltmorc and of tho rc puollcan plullorni and believes ho has found in ilieui valuable campalKIl llllitel lill. He -aid 111 ,1 lllT of t llCSll plallolllis showed lile sligutcsi U II- ilcisliiiulim; of the social and Indus trial movement which Is under way in ibis country. They have taken up, he said, ihe old policies and Hit; but tle cries of oil v ins. Some stud ents of c, . in unu condl I ions, he con tinued, lelievcil mat iitt trust" were loim. n .li i c -pi.n.-.ii.i. .ml oihera the I. niif. He asserted that this issue, must In mil s.iiaiely and that he would nol cmline himself exclusively to cithoi it usls or (arilf, but would dcil with iln .-. i 1 1 , i , 1 1 i , In ils broader asp. i Is. "It is g,,i..g in be a sir-iight, slrang. h.n. I rmigbl , aiiiiialgli." he said. .Ill) exhibit, ,, ei. n ks of letters and tele grams, win. b h, said had come In sniie the u. ,m i na 1 1. in ot Wcoilrow" W. I'm,, "After Hi, ..,11 lor ihe national cull Velllu Hi , onus ..li," be went un. "you will I. now . x.n Hi bow it shapes up ii ml .ui will 1 1 ml that we have a .- I i i ue.; i a ga m.a I o ,li." MANIAC ENDS LIFE Arm; moony deed i I Seized late today, f the PMIth ,1 Ft. Wor ld. Wash., shot and a ie. his son aiu! li. n turned the i, di ing an liiiiir and m i to- w mm. I in his C I hi III I i .to p. I li i . i ..a ncn. Poll Tow k,;i..l I.;, i.i' I'aui'hl- , lo t cull upi.n Iniie a I' l l let- I ll head. I I I i I lei V . t,..l Iloshaiul liiivi-s Wile In Sua-iile. Ti ii, id ol. Colo., July 4. Mrs. Mau.l Pu-ii, wile of Henry Push, proprie I..1 m a tailor shop, died here today lion, 11,.' fie, ts of poison which h took last night after her husband hail lepiov.d h.r for upending leo much money for clot lies. Her mother. ho lives at All,uiiieriiie. X. M., and her father, who lives in Abilene, T'as arnv cd h. re Imnglii.