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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, VOL, CXXXV, No. 6, ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1912 It jr Mall, 60 OliU Mouth; Nlnuh' f i.plc", 5 OlIU. My iirili i, i.d Cents Month. TWENTY-ONE KILLED AND MANY ARE F Passenger Train is Smashed from Behind by a Double Header Freight Near Wilpen Fair Grounds, VICTIMS RETURNING FROM HOLIDAY Oi ly One Person in Ill-Fated Coach Escaped Injury; Im pact Terrific and All Occu pants Hurled to Roadbed, (Ilv Morning .Journal Spfrlill I rnnf .1 Wire.) I Lairobc, I'll., July a. Twenly-oiic ". persons w ii i' kilted mi'l thirty in-1 jui i il. a liiniihiT' of them fatally as j tlif result nl a iMTi k this ulieinoonj ;il Wilpen, nil the Ligotiier tunncii ni the Pennsyli aula railroad. An overloaded passenger couch pushed by an engine was struck !' j a dnulile-heaili'd Ircighl train (if c mil I ears, crushing llie enaeh like paper ami spreading death anil injury tn all lui, on., aboard the, train. The accident ueiiiiTcd on a branch mail running friiiii this plaee In Ligonicr, which is owned hy (he Alel lmi interests nf Pittsburgh. It had lieen rtpnrtrd that the line watj con trolled hy the I'elilisyh a Ilia railroad. It will lake an investigation to ilr liiiniiie the reason fur I he wreck. Tonight there McrniM no person in a posiiion even to suggest a cause. Al most every hntne in Lignhicr was af fected hy Ihe accident, many rela tives or friends either being dead or Injured. The railroad Is an outlet lor the mines of the Wilpen Oml Company. The passenger train wrecked to day was the only one in operation. It made two trips a day over the line which is ten miles In length. I'p to today not a life had been losl in any manner, and this was made Die boast of the officials. According lo a statement of Pas senger Agent Adams, of the Lignnier Valley railroad, the death list Is tvven-ty-scven. Tvvcnly-one have been ac counted for by newsptnicr men. but all efforts lo locale or identify any of the others have failed. The dead: MISS. ll.MlllV DILLON AM) IIAHV. of Wilpen, crushed lo death. WILLIAM CAM I 'HULL, of Wilpen. I'ilAXK McCoNNAlilllKY, of Lii-'.onier, engineer, scalded lo death. (iKultOK IIYKKS, of Ligonicr, fireman, crushed and scalded. i.olisi: KH( 11 ' 1 ' Y aged if Mc- Caueo, crushed. LLIA HKTII lU'ioMiY, aged HI, a sister. JOHN M. A.N'KNKY, of Ligonier, fireman, died on way to hospital. M liS. M, KSSK, of Wilpen. THOMAS Ml'Iili, crushed. (ILOIUIL TOSH, of l.atrob tiead if Wilpen, body smashed. MINI': llliKH'K, of Wilpen, siiU crushed. KitAXK' OVEKTOX, aged ID, ol Wiliion. miitilbiied. MltS. JOHN liVKIITnX, unit her of Frank, (lied on train buund for I'Uts-, bin.., ,1. I l'Vini.'VTiii-ii.'ii ii.iv ae,,i 1 I TWO r.NJDLNiTFIKIl FolllOlUN-j JCKS, badly crushed, j A majority of the injured were residents along the Wilpen branch. I They were brought to a hospital herej or sent to hospitals at Pittsburgh, when it was tumid they were in a critical condition. I The iMiUKUiKU- t :.;!:. had s!'C j from Ligoniei. It eonsisti d of an engine and coach, the engine push- nig i ne coacn. The treignt train was made of coal ears and was being pulled by IW'o heavy locomotives. I'.'vcry seal in the lone coach was oc cupied with persons returning from a Fourth ,,f July holiday. The im pact w-as terrific. The freight en gines plowed through the wooden '"ach, crushing it as it would paper. All the occupants were hurled to the roadbed. Some, fell in the patch of 111., , , . : ,. K I I ,, ,,, I were inibeiled panic in the Wilder: and crushed stones beside lh The first engine of the freight train slopped soon after tearing through the passenger train, turned half way iiiound and fell over on its side Kn giti' cr M eCoiina ughcy w as scalded Lo math, while his fireman, (leotge I'.' is, jumped only to niecl death under the wheels. Li.gineer Smith 'catty, uf the second engine, jump' d and . scaped with a ' broken leg. His fir. man, John Aukiicv, fell beneath a ear. He was cru.-hed and died while on the way to a hospital. A pathetic scene- was Ihe injnrv of Miss Lsther M. Matthew, a nurse, and the death of two and the injury of four children she was taking to the woods near Wilpen for an after noon's outing. The I'ennsv lvania railroad, of which the Ligonier road is a bran. h. sent a special train from l'itt"lmrKh to Latrobp to take some of the injured Irmii the over-taxe.l hospital here to littsbiiigh. run one person on thp train ps aped without Injury. II. r.'a.J employe. ,il- J 1 ATALLY HURT WRECK NEGRO POLITICIANS BOLT ORGANIZATION1 filiiad iphia, -1 1 1 i i d il Hi. officers of Ihi' tonight ill tin- i .i 1 1 1 s r.. a i ''t ddi'iiUics led I'- four iig.tnl.ation. unci on'. ii t it m of ttii' Na tional Ind.-pciuleiii 111)11 ii-ii I I 'ague, when dial in g.i n,..itlnll of negro voids filled 1. 1 111 t 1 1 ll I. SnlllllnllS COIIilollllI- iiiii but h Tall mill Ktmsoviit fur their :t t II III If ill till' I'.rew nsv'ille affair. A l : 1 1 I'm in nl.iiu ,1 commends Ihe Wnik iiinl worth of ex-Senators 1'iui kor and P.ulkch" , vvliii ma declared In ll.iM- met " ' 1 1 1 1 :i I ili.illl fighting 'nl ill.' riil.il'i il i.e 'I'lir bull is In hi ii meeting In un til. T i l.i - . .mil elected nii'i. i-r. MOTHER RESCUES CHILD FROM WELL Sll.'l 1. 1. wi. Win, .1 W. l-'ra'.ii'l', vv it'- t'f 1 an. her. is s.i b.tisly I." is III , Hurts Sill' In T H-y t al'-i.lil I' It'oW lllllg in il list.'! n Iv lower , herself by iv M i's i llufl'al.i c II I'nini til.- i f- i li:i il.' ill sit illg j t nun lira til by I Sin- iinnietli a i'nii' mtii listen all. T ill i t's, tii-il i hi- t't nllt nl 111.- ii" that shf was ' Mill hill II ami .1' suugi:!, was si, il. sly .-ili'ii. tn I i' lni .,, gel! IHT.lt" i ri. il aft. light I sun I'i'iliiii; aiul h a haul hospital. ROOSEVELT HOLDS i George F, Perkins, Meclill Mc- Coimick, Senator Dixon and Others Talk with Colonel, Mysteriously (Hy Morning ,ltiiirii:d Spd-lnl l.t'.-ipetl Wire.) oyster I'.ay, N. V., July of Colonel Kooseveir.s aid at Sagamore Hill tonight lerence abom whl'ii then mystery. The colonel was i of a ten nis en ni" when a .- -sev era I gallo red or a eoii- wa .'"line III li.l- liU'l"' car vvbiiled up from New Vnik. Mcilill .McColiniek. of Chicago, Senator lMxnll and (Jeorge W. rerkins and (:"(.irgc L. S I iiil.i i l-.l, of New York, climbed nut. The tennis K.ime was ended abruptly. When asked regarding the confer ence, the colonel was unstially reti cent. "I'd rather say nothing about it," Tie said. The former president said his plat form would be ready in a week or so. lb- has received letters, hi nlimieil. I l oin s in his pl'esiib ported v entioi ev la 1 (Men who V lU'ominenl i campaign for ,hc I'.publie.i ntial nomination, bill were r. to h.ive left him since the con i'h.'V told him th were wiih him d spile i- . hoiigbt i ve acted arts III the con- ahers w ho hav . prema t ii r..i v and tVary. lie tl flopped" h.".v before bum s. back again. Colonel lb fusion has I. pretiilion of s w hn fay I la y p.iiiy. 'ine of them would conic I ose veil ell can id some I bv- mis of liis by ed for a at. I si e lent -no n Ihird IIIK.ItrsMH S l I, SI Ti; COW I.VMON. Lansing, Mich., July r..- Progressive .publicans ill conference here bid i.v sued a call lor a state con ven t ion to be held under "Th iki w hen republioin party was ek Bon, July l!0lh, lo noniinat, 'i-'1 electors la v nrable M I Inosev elt. Caniliilnlis for Hces also ma.v be nauied al plesiilen TheiMlolc stale of the Slime e call lim it' a third I lov el'llor t he prn- lives t i mi A n Ittempt to hin e tl vide fn parly v ( isborn Ihe orga uiza I ion i as defeated alter hail annoiineeil th; eosed to I'emaii ly and would ic at this time. Th up again at th ill the r I lead lb nbliean par prog I'esslves question will be taken .1 ickson ii ting. CASHIER; KILLED IS CONFERENCE AT R BAY BOY BANDIT SHOOTS BY PURSUER .U'raiuiSavings Bank at Rome, Iowa, is Held Up by Lone Kobber Who Gets Away with $800 to Meet Death. lllv Wnrnlnp li'.irif.l Si. -..I Mount li"as-int, I I.. Ion,, bandit who late t t he Home Savings ha Ilk a 1 r'. ir- ) - Tli" 1,1. -red c. Sllol. scene, I I killed II I.e. I' I L" aid Cashi. r F. W. Hib-man i with $ sell, w as t.. night sh I ah t h t bv a no mh'-r of a party Iba scouring Hie country in in. do i rs for sev robber, tilled a r.tl hours in search f' The bandit, who was III" iden- i W. 1 v' Charles Clark, and who lil veals "I.I. was oV.rl scarcely lit v e; Several tulles s riding a horse proa, bin g a id, Siiddle and op ken nth or md on nobiies nod lit he He VaS : P- his I I "ting the turned in In .in change t a leader vv tmllfletl f shnis Ja of the p. antl th,. s i '. Liiiighhu. . was slight ly-l,l-r tumbled flnlll lib horse, sh ib roil ah th heart. The stolen nimiey was recovered. BIBULOUS HABITS E SUBJECTS OF Washington State Judge, Who Depiived Socialist of Citizen - ship, is Shown to Have Been ddicted to Di ink. HOUSE COMMITTEE HAS DISAGREEMENT Democratic Members and Re publican Have Misunder- standing as to Scope of estimation Under Way. (Hy Morning Journal Nii.itl t.pi.N.'tl Wlrr.) Scuttle, July a. The majority of the house judiciary siili-eiuiimittee - 1 tcprcsent.itivos James M. ( I i s ha in. of i ! Illinois, and Waller 1. .McCoy, of New j Jersey came into uuen con la I today iuith the in i n i itn y ineniber, Kcpre- sehlative Kilvvln Iliggins, nl' Connecti cut, over the manner of conducting the imiiiiry Into Ihe coiiiluct nl tint ed Slates District Judge C. II. Han ford. Mi:('uy told of rumors luat evidence was being suppressed, and witnesses intimidated. Cha ii ina n ilraham iiii- img incriminating" evidence. Tnc disagreement has been noted Inmi the opening day. but today Chairman lirabain referred to liimscU and McCoy as Ihe majority and took ecu-inn lo state vigorously that the majority would rule. Charles Peterson, a timber mid coal land dealer, was called lo the I 1 ; ! 1 1 , 1 and testified that he had seen J ud i!llll e Hanford under Ihe influence of r. one nighl, about iliiee months (ami, he said, he li.nl gull.- into .1 bal'- j room on J-irst avenue and had ;-oen Judge Hanfoiil leaning on tin: bur in an intoxicated condition, Willi his left arm on Ihe bar and a glass in front of him. On a later occasion the witness lestifled, he had seen Judge Manful d leaning on the bur of a Second avenue saloon at II o'clock at night wilh both arniH on the bar. "There Is no question in my mind that the man was very drunk, ' said the witness. Two months, ago, wit-, hiss testified, in a third barroom, he had seen Judge llanford at a o'clock in tin- afternoon, leanimr on Ihe bar. ill link. Here 1 laiifoi'd's conns i cross "xam ireil Ihe witness concerning his motive in appealing, and Representative Mc Coy asked leave io state thai the wit ness appeared as a rei-ult of a con ference with him 1 McCoy) and Chair man Graham. Hepreseiiiallv Higglns ! w i.-hed it to be Holed (hat he was nol 'a party to the conference. He spoko with a nger. McCoy explained thai Higins was in Taeoina, else he should have been consulted. In answer to McCoy's ques tion, Peterson described Ihe confci'- nee. Pete l'Sl HI said he had begged that relight into the case; (hat probably would be alf-cl- be be nol, his husinos ed. Witness eplied affirmatively to Mr. M.i'oy that he had the conference by Mr citizens of Seattle were quest ions d' been told al Coy Unit the nupureiilly afraid lo go ahead and 'say anything regarding Judge llaii jford, and "that there ought lo be some j people in Sealtle who should have icourage to coin," foiih to testify." j Here Mr. Iliggins made a state jiiient for th record that he was not I present when (his coiiv ersation occur jreil. I Chairman Crahani requesled the ! newspapers In print the eotnm il toe's reiliiest that any one having material I evidence should present il so that iwhe'i Ihe committee bit Seattle ll could nut be said that an oppi ,ii 11 n i ly had not been given for su. ll teslimonv. Mr. Iliggins pn.tesied against the issuance of this Invitation. Counsel Hughes, for Judge Mali-I fnrd, protested against McOnv'a mes li.ms remaining in the record, w; ins Dial Ihe' were a reflection on in people of Sealtle. M '. I'raiiam, afl.l referring lo the difficulty of obtain ing eviileiiee, said that the inquiry had be. n misunderstood. The sub-com-rii il I it- had coiiie to seek incriminating evidence, he said, and if i hough in criminating evidence were found, to I '.'"llllli.'liil iniji. achlllelll of Judge Hanford. Several i luilieiit buisls and lawyer j testified plniiiglv In f i'.nr of Judge j Hanford saving Ib.-v bad never kli.cvn iliim to be a pp.i rent I.v i n I ox i.a I d. and 'bad llC'er sen him in a 1 1 a 1 1 V" In i g ...nit, aliboiigh bis- pe.-ul'a i ii -. w nngh imake Persons who ill. I not kll'.a billl think he was aslcp. OLD SQUATTER KILLS LEASEHOLDER OF LAND lb tl.,-: th.- land six year f I" 111 b; "Id. the -i... ''"I' "11 Wiii'h ill',' VVil II. Wliil, Julv I'., n-il I ., be -i mi; --hi -taken i a rs abi.ni t. I : I riu'bt nl of fust resi K.-d "lid. shut and kble, I John L tor. today. He used .1 had not b.-.-n fired lo bmitz r t eiiily I ..s.-d a land on whn h W rigid .,11,1 t'id.iv went tn look rl and th" shooting; f- Hit;'., a tontr -bnlgiin I r Ihirtv y,, poriion "f ' had sqil:.' at il qu .!.i.v.-,l. .1 I OF UANFORD AR INUIRY NEARLY S1.000.000 ON WRECKED CARS 13 DEAR NOT IDENTIFIED Many Bodies So Badly Mutilat-j2,000 Rood Soldiers At live in ' ed That Who They Aie May City on Bolder Enioute to Never be Known; One a Gill; Casas Giandes to Southwest and Other a Bov in 'Teens. MRS. BRANDEIS NOT 'HELPLESS REFUGEES AMONG KILLED, SLEEP IN STREET $500,000 in Currency and'Hmulieds of Women and Chil- $100,000 "Valuable Ship ments" Exposed in Express Car; Valuables Saved, (Hy Mornlnf Jnnrnnl rieclu, lnweA Wlr.) Corning, N. V., Jul.v ... i if Ihe forty-. .nc passengers killed in the rear end collision on thy Lackawanna rail road near here yesterday, thirteen re main unidentified, of these six lire in local morgues and seven in Klmy ra. In several Instances bodies are so badly mutilated that ultimate knowl edge of their Identity seems a remote possibility. The unidentified dead comprise six women, five men, anil fin S-year-nld girl and a in year-old boy. Mrs. Charles lliaiuleis. of New York City, mentioned hitherto in the press dispatch's as among the dead, was not on the train. This became known when Henry Heiitc. a cousin ,,f Pian dels, arrived at the murgiie lonighi and Identified th" laller. but said Ilia: I'.randels' wife and four children win at home in New York. Later Hie body of lhc voiing wi.man supposed lo have been .Mrs. Ilramleis. was Identified ns Mis. C. A. Miisserve. As Ada Hensoii. id Ham k. Pa., she was married on Wedin"-da y at Coutp lon, N. J.. to C. A, Masserve. They veie on Heir wedding trip. II became Known Imlav thai Ihe ex press car iievl to Ihe engine of liain No. 11, which was badly damaged In th.e wreck, c. , plained $,'.iin. nun in cur rency and $1(in,iiiiii in "valuable ship ment':" Th" front of Ihe car was demolish ed ami Ihe treasure exposed, all hough none bill lb.- expres' messengers knew of Its existence. A special crew, heav ilv armed, was dispatched from Klm.vra to guard Ihe hoard, which was sept back lo Llmyra anil shipped west lale today. lii ': i neer William Sehi'iie.b r, of He express train, is reported tonight (o be in a serious menial condition and un der the care of phvsieians. T ProAiessives Allege They Weie Not Getting -Square Deal from Allies and Refuse to be Made Cats' Paws Any Fui titer. fllv Mnrnlnv .l.iortinl Mnaniil .min.I WlrnA 'Wasbiogioii .lull ',. The working I agreenieni between th" demoerais and the insurgent .publican seiiabds is at an end. It has been abrogated as tin S 1 1 il uifi since Seli, I e o the : II ll'i'tiil bill was I the democrats i d In tin e abseil, vv it botil i ll ''HII lil of lur republicans Ihe insurgents. The probable n - all w III bi house sugar and wool ami e will be presented I" the s. vo led down by a strict partv the republicans are expected Iba I till bills ami All vole due d ' against them and II is probable so of the democrats will join them in p-l po.itlou lo the house sugar bill, which w "ill. I admit sugar Ii it of diHV . I ollow ilig tb, passage of lh,. iiielai bill the democrats appnlnled a com mittee to ...niter wilh the Insuig. lit re. publicans regit I'd I ll,'. Inline co-op' ra tion. I'm:. Ilv Ho deinoelals of the Conimillee W. le II. .tilled llleV COUld IS- pci no flllill. "f llie iinp.'ssi t ration of i li" i bis eond'tb tie, isioll of I . c :,.iie;,r ll"lo tl numbers to ali q.i i a I i" ii f gelling I. ,1.1 v ii .1.1- it m a"iir, ed I. was pro. In I I . puhlu , th Ii.i in b. r in si 1 1 1 It I Hie .1.1..... nil.. II, through v.ille I f e,r o e I lie aid nl lie I lid. I'd II in g. ols ! g. I v sales and ' b .- at . ihi i.i'.gi.ui tor lln iii.-'ii on t In it n.' a- i. .1. .1 led t. play Hie Inns- III allies 111. .do t I I I" 'Sitn.n ,. i, io. r.i t5 have a I, out b.M ll : I. llS I llil I liol III I'g i- , d 1. I mi her on. . smou-. ,, I 1-, I.. V t be .1. in... I a I e l! . hot",- ale lilgi, t!l..t ! I.I -" is to :.,l,,.l ll.-l ml ! . ml or fall bv 111 lit l .,'- tb . id'M t.,n,gl t t" I e I .'i 'l "t lit lllg I In II til I ' ll.tlnr Slllillinli" will . in hi. v . t h,. w "..I lull , e i ', ."li'-il I US! in - in t lo i ., ,1 in i n i h i l , w : 1 1 tall e 1 be . X. i. ;l.,l SOl'ar llll-- cl .1. is "f b'-Sl ,..' illll'S . ,. ,j, II" , lb j no a Tin. pr... WT EM SENATORS i II III iff lot lie a.b- sen,,!. up so tells. PART OF DROZCD S ARMY MAKES ITS W JUAREZ I of LI Paso, dren Have Come from Chi huahua and Have No Place to Live Except Under Open Sky. tn.i Morning Jonrnul iveclnl l.nned IVIre ) Jiiarc., Mexico, July ,"i, iiic trau sitoiy stage of lhc Mexican rc'.olu- tloii---lts passag ll oiii an organized ml hta i y win fan troops h. I Iraiides, ,'umpalgn Into a guerilla brought nearly L'.imiii rebel re today en route to Casas and the region along the Mexican Northwestern railroad, about 10(1 miles southwest of the bolder. Hundreds of Women and chlldr n, mostly refugee from Chihuahua i My, how in the hands of the federal r,.v eminent, came Willi Hie Hoops. Homeless, they camped in the stre i. lonlghl, conking their imals on curbs and sleeping in the open. (leneral J'ascual Onii, Ihe chief, spent (he day at S.uu, lilll.H iiorlh of ( iilliliahua, filial orders lo .'I, .'.ml cavalry, rebel Hi ny giv lug which he directed westward across country toward Casas (irumlcs and lh" stale of Solium, now Ihe rebel objective He will arrive in Juarez, lonimrow'. Three of th,. five Iroop trains which bii Ha, hlmba, where the federals defeated the rebel had reached hen more w i i r on t In al my two da vs a gn, al i. n'cbick, Tva ir iv,i), and in oin of tiles,, (leneral oro.co be coming, (bivernor K was salu t lip" Ciiliei. e. and nl.-IIMI , Those members arrived I of the rebel leg w b witnessed Hie batlle (".' I la eh i m ba, dei la r. every advanlage, away long befon Ihe federal be-l driving Ihe rebels they llilelnb'il I i rctreal. When the last troop train was pullinB- out of Pachiinba, a seat tercd fire from fetleril cavalry was dirciied at il, the pass, iikc'.'i railing I r.'i n t i ii I ly to the engineer fur speed. Kvcii lali. last night firing from the federal cavalry outside the (lly of i ' li i Ii ii., Ii ii.i is said lo have been beard, heralding dm approach ol the federnl v ungaiard. i;i:iu:i s i ill nop sikiot AT l l.l.l IliK I.H.HT PLANT. Fl l'aso, Tex., July a. Colonel I'as ciial orozco, Sr., luilier of the rebel chief, denied today Ihe report from Washington thai the rebels would di rect artillery fire across the inlerna lioiial line lo destroy Ihe plant of an Ll Paso electric light company. The story has been In circulation here for nearly a month, but officials here rep resenting the depiiiiiuenl of Jusli'c. the stale and war depiiiinienls, after having investigated it, staled they did not believe any such contingency probable, (lovtriior I lit ierreis, rebel exeelllhe ol the slate ol I'll I h ll a ll I la . said ol I he report : "The story is absurd. The rebels In Icnd lo do nothing lo provoke Inter national . mil plica I ions of any kind, (lur fight is against the Mad. to gov ermiienl and no oilier." Nol w II hsta ndiiiK (iovernor I'olqultt's report to Washington that he would send Ihe Texas mllilla to I'd Paso, army ol f tiers here regard Ihe situa tion as peaceful and believe no more Hoop.-' are needed. II Is generally ac cepted among those close In rebel headquarters Hint, no fighting is likely al Juan al any lime. Mexican gov ernment oltilials lore also say thele is im ,,-iuse lor alarm as they do not Intend to dislodge the rebels Irom Juarez, pr.ieriliig to qua.'.h Ihe la 'Vo lution I.v holding fonts lo dcleiil the rebel lories ill Ihe ilillalloti n llie slate of Soli, ,ra. Seon s of rebel snl'll'TS d' Serlell I" Am, i a. hi soil liming the day. They declare dissension bet'Vecn (leneral ( i'o.eo a ml bis staff and lack of money or bind I.- rapidly lleelln.l I lllg the leb.il HI HLL I OIK i:, I ..-(! SI COM. III.AIIS THUI(I SliMHIl. Agua Pll'l '. Siill'.r.i, Mixleii, July a - Aif, le.-s . abed b, I" lonighi t ha t I . r.en i . I.. I b id b t l i 'asiis ( ir.i li'b .-. matebnig t'-w aid Hie .'-"ii"i'a si tit line. (leneral Sanities, Ine federal com mander, anie-l III, , 'I tllil he had al.an do tied lil. pi in I'd an alia, k on Juan z antl would ili-iribu'e bis louts now in fb tin: - "f Ibe mol. Ill till passes , .1,1 lllg lilt" Soliora llllltl Cneral Hlltlla a 11 b I 1 1 : g hi-: gov . I nine fol a g' I, nl f'.i , , s oral all.lt k III I ll' -.'III h r.i" -Is. Ml AM l II I I li l M J'liv ... an be i 1 1. its -"Th.- ni 1 ti.i -s.lll.,,1 nidi I'll has loo little film I- Kiiii- I l.r. dlil: i bi- w.t i -1 1 . in l the v public on. hi li lbs -I naiel. Ill lln line. I b . I'll llie .im lo Pr Ull" I let, I I I 011111,,- - Thf .f state M.xu ot I bib II "llll. .1 l"l iK'i.'iant belli tll.'lllSiiv is." II. I II. Hide, colli 111 -'led, "and the I. ad, IK ale Ion lilll.il linl.iKd wilh hot for personal wealth Hid power to help Ihe lllies.K, I Mil - Cltlnt! IN III oiih solution. 1 fear It mull after war and xhaioied Ihe life blood Then, from the rums new ii. nl.. n, f. inn. U-d on will not III. K i af I lln; Ii ik of the halm will spiim: ii lib. liy and I uled bv Jnnic . MEXICANS CO TO STATE PENITENTIARY Los ,ii::el. s. Jul.v a. - Kieardo lion s Man. hi, i: ii 1 1 1 1 1. - Magoii, Libia do KlVel.l and All'iimo liglleloa, the loin leaders of Ihe Mexican im rectos, convicted of Viol. Illllg the tleimalll.V laws, slaiie, I lasi nighl. in chain.' of lillled Slat.l liljllshals for McNeH'. Islaud I'lison, lo begin solving their senl.'lli es of one veal' and cieVcll 111. .Hills ell' ll The departure of Ihe im-ii was 'inlet, despite iiianv riuoois that an llttempt Would I',' Iliad.' lo li s. lie t hem. CONGRESSMANMALBY DISCOVERED DEAD Ncw Yolk, July f. ,-(leoi'K" I" Mil I'V, of 1 'gllclishni'g, N. V.. lepresellta- tlve III congress Irom lhc i'vveiil v -sii h New Yorh district, was found dead on a couch in IiIh loom at the Murray Hill hotel here tonight The coroner was nolilied and all in quiry Into Ihe cause of slltlllcd. death was lu E Iowa Senator Declares G. 0. P. Holds Out Moic Hope for Adoption of Piogiessive Ideas Thau Any Other Paity. (Hy MornlliK Journal KiM'.iid I.pi.mmI Wlrf.) Washington, Jul.v ... - Sena I or Ouni inins, of Iowa, progressive republi can candidal,, for the presidential nominal Ion al lhc Chicago ennven tinit, today lormally declared against th new parly movement led by Theodore Uooseveli and atuioii need his allegiance lo the old party. In so dulng Mr. Ci'tnuiln., Joi'luro) busses could hot he escaped b ,' or gan i.a t ion of a new oa'iy, ami said Hint to Ihose rcpiihlic'i es who, nlicr Intelligent Inquiry comiiai., thai President Tali's rciioiuliialloii was :lic result of fraudulent votes, "the nom', nee of Ihe i onvcnlion Is not Ihe nomi nee of the republican party." He pointed mil, however, that dis appointment or individual dishonesty cannot be a foundation of a new pally. John II. Capers, of this city. South Carolina member of th repub lican national comiiiilt.ee, who sup ported Colonel Uooseveli at Chicago, also formally annoiinced his Inlen- t ii ni lo support President 'Lulls can didacy. Mr. Capers, m a statement, said the work of the majority of the n i llonal i omniitlc" "was not one whit null- severe than the steam roller methods of four years ago." Senator Cummins' sialcmeiil. was bis first, public utterance since the Chicago convention renominated President Tali. Mr. Cummins poinled out that through, ,ui his public life ho had been lighting to make the republican parly the progressive parly of the couiilry and Hint while he hud never hesitat ed lo denounce party policies when lie believed 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 to be wrong, or III criticize pally leaders, he had always believed and still believed lhc repub lican parly nll'ered mom hope for lhc substantial progress toward good gov eiiimeiil than any other political or ga nl.n t ion. "1 bi i i' V I ," lie SH ill, "Hill I W O I'll II solve Ihe political problems' before us more sin . esslii Hy through Ihe re publican parly (ban through any oth er political ol ga nl.a I Ion. "It was bid a .slloii Mine ago lh.il lhc progressive movenn ul in the re publican paiiv look on tbilnile I'm in and yet. at ibis lime. I h ne-fonii In of the republican slales are in lb hands of Ihe progressive it , ni I li. an "tga ni.a 1 1 .ns and the mem b. rshib "f lh. pniv is ov. r VV helllliiuiy W l h IIS. U o 1 1 1 . I ,e fell I al (ili'ago simply bei il Use W c bill not concentrated our energies upm abolition o a false and unjust basi of rcpl es, lit, 1 1 i"li , bill th: ami will be oveiihrown ; system or the nomiiiali, llenllal I aililldal' S W III be be! ore another i'Ii'' 1 ' I , lit I bl nil Sis a led In i ,,f pus Sllbstll 1.1" ,1 Imnitu: It: I -id ef Die. I I lilt lined sk.,11. " li ill- .1 k. .1 . A 'hi. i, .t I am I I al Ib. in -'ul. IV il I Ml . I leal li w a-. .1 a - lull News., i, v.. lie ,-e, oil ,1 o i I 1 1 , ti I ' Yolll- , I A. blow I ha I -I ni. Ill I 'li-a INN-.'. hi- lo I" aii-l ihe I r. M. nas I d oib ru I.. lb III .VI : a ''In W ii'J I II :ln, I III. I. ,1 il Oil Ull' I I ,11 ami Me II. lVe be -i nl. I n I . , el n 1 1 i uled. Kailcbel' iiiil.l o ( lleVel, I,,', Win . Jill! do! nil. a I a n, h, r ll 1 1 1) e Joh ii -on could v , v. a s 1 m a 1'oiirlh of Julv ., ill I V lllg into Itilf fa lo hoi s.-s be, ., me I rinhti II plosion t'l H giant file tbd pll was I ll i ,. w n nil I brukeii. I 'ouri Ii. John ll iii cai initial... d i ester. lav id lit. W hile . team ol d l y I he . x- i.it kcr. Kitn .iie I bis neck CUMMINS TO STAND BY REPUBLICAN NOMINE WILSON BEGINS TO ANSWER 10.000 LETTERS AND Democratic residential Nom inee Holds Conferences with McAdoo and Senator O'Gor man at Home, MARSHALL SENDS PAT PUN BY WIRE New Jersey Governor is Over whelmed with Requests for Speeches to be Made During Campaign, (ll,r Morning Journiil herrlnl l.eMl Wire.) Seagiil, N. J., July &. liovernor Wilson spent a i onipal alively quiet but busy day. Ho had u lohK con ference wilh Willi, mi ll. McAdoo, ut ..New York, whose mime has been mention.', I in conned inn with lln ti'casurci'shlp of the deiuoiralic na tional committee. At dinner tonight liiitcd States Senator o'C.m ma n, of New York, wua Ins guest. Neither Senator o'tiormuil nor Mr. McAdoo would discuss, their coin. -renco. (iovernor Wilson liettau loday lo answer personally if possible,, each of 111, ('On Idlers and telcgrama lie has received Win t. Ins noininu t He tlictaled a hundred letters to day bill with a corps of extra sten ogiaphcrs, who have been mini mo md lo pit.li lints on Ids lawn, tho governor hopis to make greater Im pressions, on his voluminous mail he lore ills departure lor Chicago to t liiid the meeting of tho national column t c t lu i c .1 uly 1 alii. If lime permits Hie governor will stop off in In, lain. .polls on ills way to Ch'.igo, probably mxt .Sunday, to isii Ins running male, (iovernor Marshall. The laller amused (iover nor Wilson not a little loday with a tili'tram reading: May Sea i.'ii, x. ,L, rii down in history with sea girt Salanils. Fully oiie lenlh of my messages promises republican support to the ticket." Saliuuis Is h sea Bin, island In tho Half of Aegiiui. near which tho Creeks, under i'hcmlsliuies, K'Hned a ineniorabU) naval victory over tho Persians In 4S0 P. C and of which Solon ami Kuiiplibs were natives. The governor's mull was burdened, to day with requests for npuuklns en gagements In many states. In addi tion Thomas C. Ilurkc, of Oregon, it brother of (Iovernor Harke of North. Dakota, called lo pay ids respect and remind Ihe governor of tho de sire of people in Ids seiiioli to hour the iiomlnce. IvIiYM'UM: I'AltTV WILL n si; wrni ii:.m.oi'hatk Philadelphia, July f.. Fusion with the democrats on a candidate for stale treasurer In be voled for In No vember, was deiidi'd upon hy thu Keysloiie parly, llie reform political parly ol Pi mi-.y Iv a nla, which held Us slab, coiiv ciilinii ,,, i i. today, but tho delegates refused lo commit the party to th,- support of Wilson. Tho hit ler action Wi'.H b, ken on Ihe ;;roun(! that ihe Keystone party as ll B'.ato oi ga niza I ion includes Ldlowert 111 na tion i alfaiis iii both Ihe republican ami ib no contains r. lit p. iliies. The plitferm plank. vv man suffrage IE KILLS FAMILY ID SELF EiK'.cno V;u'Jiot Irfatuated with Niece, ..".canci Cliildic Takes Bloody Ven ori Brother, Wife and (Ilv M" Haw Vagint, bl-'.l b. Ill, f. a. "I n nritt.l i',. ffpiM-iul I,raMl Wlr l di July ii. I'"uk'"i lidiv killed his a ,-iio, proprietor of hi. btothcr's wift ii i ii. Lor. i, aged I. d I', ami then eolll- .lollll I il I' t . .. . i I lire t ilia. IC ,1 lie li ,. i-Jl.i '.', ". i"l itualfd With i, . .-. lb, .'..I had been ftilbl.i- .:. ii 'a i i i. ins to filler the house. Th, m aril, i r a ii t to the hotel with i .. .isi.a.- .io. I a tlavg r. He found Mis. Vis ho III 111" l.iliilell. followed l.t-r I., b. r i.e.iiooin and sled lu r there. Tl- 1 1 's i . i. I "i - hnle.l in bed. Chris i.ii.i im in, i i" lie . I.,. .rand w. is shot loan and I:."., was slain in bed. Thfi iiicrdeiei iti -f i cm Ins own thnwt villi ihe il.ti'iit-r and li. w out hi I i a i ns. Ali live w . re found In ono room. New ..nip crothiii(! ShisI K.'ord. ngne. I- ranee. July fs M. Ie ih" lienth Hirmaii. todHy - n bloke 111" I s spt d record for all at rnplnne i jirrv in machine triiveled miles, in on.) hour. ic pas-scnger. Th t kilometprs, 11 TELEGRAMS MURDEROUS FRItWO