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ALBUQUERQUE lilMNG JOURNAJL.
jHIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, VOL, CXXXV, No, 24. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1912, Uf Mall, M Ouu MonUi; Single t'opliw, 5 Vnl. lly Currier, 110 Cents it M.iinlt LINES DRAW IRE - CLOSELY AROUND ROSENTHAL M SLAYERS IK. WOMAN MURDERED; STEP-SON SUSPECTED laiiy Vallon, Gambler and Gan-'slor, Who Was in "Mur der Car," Confesses to All He Knows of Crime, Oklahoma t'ilv, I 'kill.. July Mrs. Minnie Itnlstin was found ill hi t Imdiii- near Helena, , ,k hi in V, her throat rut iiinl her dead , 1. 1 ,kull crushed. She was ill,- wile uf Meek Itulstln, a prosperous fanner. Kalstin anil his .Miin will' away I'l i i , home ill ill,' limi'. Karly (Ills morning Mi.k Itulstiii. Jr., IS years ,,lil, a step-son I ta Isl in went In til,' Imr anil salil his I u n nun (li i imI. lie li, tins. Ili' sanl in ii'l' Mrs. IliHIH' ill II neigh- stcp-uinthor hail was In Ills night heard lli'l' grout. MEN "HIGHER UP" i ARE MOST WANTED Disiiict Allorncy Whitman fiiviis It Out That lie Will Protect Tools If lie Can Catch I Police Conspiratuis. Illlil llll'll hoard lil llli'll talking. One uf I lit it, salil: l.I'l'S MI'I I ll I- M'Nl I'l' llll'lll." Search for tin- poisons lialslin 1 -Ki l ilti il has ln'i'li I'l'lli, less, SALMON CANNERIES IN PULL OPERATION ZAPATA RECOGWIZES SENATE PROVIDES AGED ECCLESIASTIC J FOR TARIFF OROCO AS CHIEF INSURRECTION !EI FORCES Emilio Vasquez Gomez Has Asked Suppoit of Rebel Chiefs But It is Claimed They Have All Turned Him Down, APPROPRIATION D I HOME IN DENVER $225,000, If Agreed to by Bishop Henry White Wanen House. Will Keep Experts at! of the Methodist Ppiscopa Work for One Moie Demociats Opposed, Y cai illw M.iniinff Juiinifll Niiet'liil I-Hed Wlr ) v,.v Vui'k. -Inly liiioi'taii( di vili'liiiHiiiH 111 tin' Rosenthal nair- lill' ,.!(, WI'IT expected to follow , iv :, ( , ii 1", rt'ii u- tonight i'l which Harry Vallon, tin- dapper gamble mil rangi-ler, 'lio nan In tin- "inur .I..,' car" III.- llll'lll lUlSellllial WHS 'hut. niailr ii statement to Deputy police Coinniis.-iioiicr Dougherty ami Iiinlri.1 Atlorney Wliitin:in. Vallon himself mi Inilav anil was held by Die coroner without hall lor ex amination on a charge of complicity in thr murder. Ai':i nut l. 111,' authorities were t-lati'il al Hi" inforiiiallon oliliiini'il In. n li..t I ,i ni y Vallon, although lis nalnri' was divulged. All CnmmiHslorier L'Ji.'i'ty won!, I say was that allon w is in tlio muni, r car rinil that mi liiii.irlanl arrest was expected short - I'n.m Vallon the ili-t rii't attorney iiml Ciiiiiiiissliiiu'r 1 iniiKiii'i'iy hope to frl tin, names of lho:; "higher up." uliu Iiircl tlio gun men to slay lios ciillial. Mr. Whitman has thrown il.iun tlio gauntlet to tin- police do Inntmrnt. declaring that the "mur der smells of police connivance." Hillside of Vail, hi, interest center. Inlay in the appearance before grand iiirv of Mrs. Kosenlhal. llllshalld hail promised to AHia in y Whitman il tin-Her tell District what he knew I:.... fir. Hie i I km I. .Ill ill. II e I'olice 111 Ihe alleged partnership hetweell u'lilhal ami New Vork police of rs. Whitman now hopes In got lads from Jlrs. Rosenthal, who lievi il to li.iii' hail Intimate uleilcc of her hiisliiimrs affairs. Al.rs. Itnsi'iilhiil is believed lo have grand jury loilay inncli aiiuin ting Imr husl :ml hail with 1. iriitelia.il Itecker, who, ao- -. ,i , I inir lo It. .seiilhal, was his silent .ii r in his place on West Korly- lil'ili sire, t. Whether the lour mi ny.slers still nl large uliu were ill the "niti I'llei' car" at tin' lime of tlr.' shooting, will tmr liiHIii. is camim nii'ch speculation. Whllniaii has an will protect every if he can net the against policcnicii. T iiunrherty anil his are making ever: the men. gambler -imI Mant; - All the canneries re packing salmon w;,s nut affect,-, I ashes from the atmal, at n,i di ng to a stt'itnchip ay.ent, I'luriieil Iroin the Seattle. July on Is'ii.li.i Ii islaml at ami the inn of tlsh hv the shower of i-rnptioii of Mt. It. M. Sellllll, s. who has Just noi t h. All Ihe streamy an' perfectly char, he says, ami a larger pack than last year is proiniseil. Stockmen believe, he SHVS, that the islaml will he helle- fitleil liy the I'eitlh.iiiM ilnst from the j volcano. I jRAILWAY PROPERTY RENDERED USELESS; $300,000 ADDED TO BUREAU OF PENSIONS Church, Succumbs to Attack of Pneumonia. iPERIOD OF SERVICE TOTALLED MANY YEARS Only About Four Hundred Lib'-, It eral Soldieis Remain with General in Juarez Whicl be Abandoned, STATESMAN SCOUTS (lly MuMihii .Tnnrnal NiirrtHl I.rall .liiiirez, Mi'X., July I'ascnal (llozcii receiveil a lett ilny from Hmiliaiio ap.ila. the I chief of Morel, is, In which ; i'hnllio X'asinie'. (Iiimef. lia.i Vlr.) 'lien, I r lo-rehel he sahl askeil for NEAR WAR TALK Dr, Herman Paasche Says the Kaiser's Policy of Building Up a Great Navy is Only Nat ural Evolution, he I'l-lricl Alto in. ant. -.1 that li.:ili ill Ihis case" iili tire he wa nls 1'iit t'i'iiimissiotier prilale ilrli'illves clfi'ft lo i-i in ml up "Wlliley" Lewis, M. r; "I,, fly" l.oiiif!. least Shle t;anK Mei: ll.irrv liorowliz. known as "Dll., till' 111, mil." ami lip-town lieu tenant of llle .lack" SeeliK. ami ' l';o;o I'lank." an Ka: Sole urn' man for ll ,.r in lilll'r t-r.i. riiicn "UHht. is saiil that lit I." ir hy. '1'ln I the when the "liiiKo J'"rank" are still in Ih' jinlice are n aoitls ol the nnil city oth is th ;ht they may he m CHINESE "Bl ACK SILK" MEANT HUSH MONEY i 'r.i iti'iscn. July ' "f :iu entry in a . I. . urine In Ni; !' -Mi. tin l..v ) 2. TIip lis tiiein, iraniliim ,ik, a (Milnese, 'I "ii trial on a charite of forgery .1. lay, has nncartlieit a po- I il reaching hack t fnrmer of The Th. k i.l which ll ami In 'k'l'.inmeiit. "-v, wrilti t: l'i ink chief of , nmeh o , tin Chief "f 1'olici it js Haiti may in w nfficials In th. ilk. 'a I'liji,;,,, Jaml." w n mil In Chinese rhiir-i..-i, hi: e ilcnrimls some little. .Semi it on it will ! all i 'a the sum "'li"h: J,. ' r. ci ntr. I itfe W'if P. Malomy, station San written i police .'I Kra ncisci the M il illrv u io iiuisliTin.,! I., iliitv lit '""ii in l- hrnary. 1 ! 1 0. I.efon illll.lilH' .',m,i. M'lliel, loll to the I'-i-iiilii n ,.f chief Martin, a Mc l',l!hy .'i.t.,.i,,i,M.. Aciilau; lo .lohn P.. C.ariln.T. of " I'lhral immitrailioi p.-rvl. """" an i.fli.'ial """ 'I,,'!; silk' I'1" f. r hn-h Br Mnrtltnx Journal BucHhI 1t'lr. 'ancoiiver, H. C July I'll. "The 'tierman iiienac,' now occupying Ho much nttcntliin. Is only a myth. Ili llef In ils existence has been en- coiiraKi il liy I'reiicli Cliauvluists, or ti It ra -pu t riots, with Ihe I, lea of em Iroilin lireat ltrit;iin ami C.ermany. f think that war between these two countries is Inconceivable. 11 is un- toruiiMti: that an , lenient amoiiK the Itrititih lu'opln mlsumlerstanil the aims ami aspirations of my country men. lir. Herman I 'aasche, national lib eral leuliT, anil Nice pl'esl lent of llle riiiaii reiohstae,, salil this today. 1 ir. Paasche anil his wife reaeheil here by train ami tomorrow will pail on the l.mpiess ot nulla lor the I ,ri Ml. "i if course the misiimlerstaniliiiK, is far as Kni' la ml Is concerneil. is ilue lo the increase of the (ieiiuaii navy ilurinn recent years, a policy that is siipporlcil by the national lib era I party as warmly as It Is by the comervatives. The yrowth of our navy is a natural evolution In har mony with the expai. ' hi anil devel opment of the (lerinmi empire." COMMITS SUICIDE IN PRESENCE OF DAUGHTER Mrs, Kehoe, Daughter of Late Railroad Official, Shoots Self; Believed Mental De rangement Caused Deed, translation i Is a Chinese . cvh" .f ) he shr.aK 1 ' mill is on the police fore.'. trosecution'rests in jenkins case i't. 'h. , MMn.. i -uteri 1 n In th 'I:' W 1 V.f.' t 1 " prism, '" !'r.-ak,l, "is exrimuj "Ja lel.xej tu,J ,lv hen Wwi.. July The r.stnl Its r:in this after e ,se of 3. Warren n- ai is a.eiiseil rf mnr.l.rin his possession of lir furluiie. r's erim r-serv nine. n when his wife' head in court hv the coroner. He laurhej h"art- tttiorney m.jquoted a h.s (llr Mi.rnlnv .liximul narlnl l.rnf.t-4 M'lw.l Manhaliaii. Nev., July Mrs. A. Kehoe, ilaiiKliter of William IIokh, Kenerill passelmer l,i,'ent of the M is- sunil 1',11'ilic railrouil, at I'uelilo. l oin- milteil suiciile by shi.ollm; herself here toilay. Mrs. Kehoe, who is be lieved lo have been mentally unbal anced, took her life ill the preset of lor T-vear-old daughter. Sin- was a relative of Ciivi iiiui' IIokh. of Texas. and recently fell heir to some prop erty in Colorado. Her husband Is a prominent mining i"d mill man. nixiF.vi'. l-ont or hi i: nil iiti: piiowm p rueblii. Col . July 113. Mis. A . Ke hoe, of Manhattan, Nevada, tvliii'iniii mitteii suicide today w.is the daughter of the late William Horn;, formerly commercial a Kent for the Missouri Pa cific railway in Pueblo. Mr. Hokk died about ten years ngu. she was also a sister of William C Pilly") Hoi;, form, rly pitch, r for the NVw York mericiins, and w ho died about three years at,'". It Is I elieved herp that Mrs. Ke hiv Is thp mother of thp four children of t.h Fiime name wtio were drowned In the flood near l.vehx k, Nevada, on Trtvrsitay of last week and that the loss "f her chldren drove her insane. his support. Zapata declared that he had been comluetiiic, hlH rebellion In the hope of making tiomez president, hut that from now on he would rec ognize no chief but (iro'.i'o. uro:co claims to have received letters from olher rebel leaders statiiiK that they loo had been lirmal by HKellts of Vas ,iiis! (liiMiiz to desert him hut insist ed that they would remain loyal to their present commander. ielieral Marcel. i Caraveo who has heen In dUH'Re of the work of destroy ing tile Mexican Central railroad, will reach here tomorrow for a conference with (ielieral iror.cu. Some 4tt0 rebel Holillors are still In Juarez. IMtASTIC MKASIKKN Wll.l, hi: rsi:n (;.ist i:i:m:is Mexico City, July L'.'l. As a result of an attack on u train between this city and Ciierna vuca three days iiko uml other attacks in the south as well as In the mirth, It was unani mously decided at a cabinet meetlim' today to ask the permanent comnill tce of the chamber of deputies to enact a law suspending personal Kuur nntees In Several slates. Imliiib'il in the districts which the I law will affect are the states of Chi huahua and Sonora, I tic northern I part of the slate of Dura iiko and a part of CoaliuiU, In ihe north; the states of Morelos and (Itierrero and parts of Mexico, l'tiebla and Tlaxealu in the .south. The law will be similar to that which pre liuisly has been in force and will amount to placing the ills turbeil portions uf the country under martial law. This action has: caused much com ment In the capital and it was ad milted hy a hiKh official totiinht that many acts of outlawry have taken place In Ihe north and on the west coast which has surpassed anything made known to the public tliroih the press. It was also admitted that doubt was entertained as to the loyalty of several of the commatiiliUK officers of federal and mute troops. il was learned through railroad of ficials that practically every hridK' I, etween (ioiiiez Pallidas and llipo lito, ii hundred miles east of Tor reoii, on the Monterey line, had been binned hy the rebels. It was hoped to Met a train through from this city to Totreon tomorrow. In view of Ihe turn which the revolution has taken in (ho south and the north. the department of war in conjunction wllh the president, Iiuh decided to work out a new plan of campaign. The army In the districts In which some of the rurales are being mus tered out will he increased. It is ex pected that the chief military com mander will he called to tl apital for a conference. is Expected That Bill Will be Completed and Sent to Rep resentatives Today foi Thur Consideration, (By Mnrnliir .lmiriiHt ftiwrlal iutr4 U'lr ) Washim'.ton, July lilt. President Til It's tariff hoard secured Ihe prom ise of one more year of life fnun the senate toilay. After a short light that body, by a vole of ;M to 20. authorized In the sundry civil appropriation bill an expenditure of $22r,,titMi for an other year's work of Investigation n Ihe tariff experts. Whether the appropriation is ma, I will depend on the strength wllh which the house resists the senate den, anils. The 1 se refused to pn vide lor the tariff hoard . when il framed the sundrv civil hill and ils conferees are expected to fight th provision. Democrats opposed the tariff board provision today with hut three excep tions Senutors Chamberlain, New lands and Thornton while the regu lar and progressive republicans were nulled In Its suppoit. The presidential tariff hoard was made more subservient to congress, however, hv an amendment of Senator liristow, accepted hy the si'im te wit li mit a vole, which rcipilres Ihe board lo report to congress once each car. An attempt by Senator Slolie lo re duce Ihe appropriation from JJJ.i.iunt lo $1011,(1(10. was defeated. The si'iiat,! practically completed the sundry civil hill tonight, hut Ihe passage of the meamro v, s delaved until tomorrow nm ruing. Important changes effected by am, mlincnt were: liesli Icling the emploi ineiit of ex employ, h of the federal department of Justice as private counsel for the government at Increased compensa tion. Providing $:!00.00ll a. I, In Ion;. I am propria lion to the pension office lo aid the commissioner in handling the 41111,1100 claims arising under Ihe m w pension law. The senate expel Is to conclude the appropriation bill and send it back to the house early tomorrow. The hill carries approximately $ 1 I fi.fioo.oo" for the support ol Imp,, riant govern ment bureaus and works. The senate added ni.. oil il,o oil una to the amount authorized hv the house. Noted Divine Had Served in Every Qumior of Globe; Res idence in Oolniado Dated from 1880, CORONER'S JURY IN VERDICT BLAMES EVERYOODY FIRE ENGINEERS MEET IN DENVER THIS FALL I , nvcr. president July 2.1. W. II. l.uller, of the International As- f Investigation Into Wreck Caus ing Thirteen Deaths Censuies Railroad and Employes Se verely for Accident, socialiou of Fire Kngiiieers, Yoiingstown, ( ., is here to consult with local firemen regarding the con volition of the international associa linn to he held here September 17th llr, holler's visit was brought about by the Tester, ation of Tcrrv Owens, as chief of tne Denver fire depart ment. I'oimer Chief (iwens today assured Mr. I.oller that politics had nothing to do with Ills resignation and as a result of this assurance no change m the plans of the association will he iii... I.-. Canon City. Colo., July 2:1. Twen ty thousand volts of electricity passed through the body of W. .1. T, rdy. , Inn-man cmploye.1 l.y the Arkansas Valley Light Power Co.. last night and h lives Terdy was stringing n wire when It cam In contact with Ihirrow Trial IMayril liy lllnr-s. ,, of heavy f . e,l wire. The full I.c Angeles. July 23. The Condi-L , r. t jiassed through his body and thm of Juror I.. A. Iavitt van nrh n,. was rendered unconsi Ions. I'hysl lale today that it was expected there , j,,ris worked for hours oer Ihe up- would be a further continuance par.rniy meres,. lorm ami iinatiy u th l,r,l,erv trial of Clarence .S. Dar- cl'd in rectorinr the loan to con row when cojirt convene tomorrow. 20,000 ELECTRICAL VOLTS FAILS TO KILL EclousnefS. B M.imlni Jonmnl apm'lnl KU ) Chicago, July 2:1. -A verdict cen suring both employes and officials ol Ihe Chicago, liurllngtoii ti- Qnimv railway was returned hv the coroner's Jure whlifi heard evidence In the in quiry Into the cause of death of th1' thirteen persons killed In the wreck at Westi'-i Springs July 14th. Mrs. Julia A. Wilcox, signal opera tor at Western Springs, the morning of the wreck, was criticized by the Jury for permitting- the mail train 1" pass Hinsdale, the million west of her tower before the passenger train was in a place of safety. The verdict, however, noted that Mr.?. WIUoX. !i..J II t Viola!'',! nnyrillc of the company. The verdict said trains could not he run safely at the high speed demand ed by schedules In foggy weather will, the present signal service. PASSENGERS RlNfO HAWAIIAN OPERA I llr Moraine ,,orni tatvWI l4 Wire Denvir, July 23. After an IIIiicsh of live weeks, liisluip Homy While Warren, of the Mel I, o, list KplHcopal church, who was retired from active work hy the general conference last May, died at his resilience In Ctnver sity Park, at 8 o'clock tonight. Pneu monia Is attributed by the uttemllnti physician as the direct cause ol death. Immediate relatives and the bis hop's physician wire at the bedside at tht. time of death. Tile widow, win, had hei-n in con stant attendance upon the noted di vine since, his Illness, Is prostrated and under a physician's care. Itlsliop Warren whs 81 years old. Henry White Warren was lioni In W'illiamshuri;, Mass., January 4. 1831. ComplelliiK Ills academic edu cation in the New Kliglanil HchoolN he entered WeKleyan unlvorslly at M i.l. Hi-ton, Conn., graduating from that Institution in 1 803, and siil.se queiitly receiving honorary degrees from Dickinson college, Carlisle, Pa., and Ohio Wesley,-, n college, at Dela ware, (i. The future bishop entered the min istry in lxr.f. as a member of the Ne.w England conference, his first church being m Worcester, Muna. Later he served us paslor of churches in Huston and Lynn. In 1.SA3 he waa elected a member of the Massachu setts housr. of representatives. Sub Neiiuciilly he served churches In Cambridge, Charlestown, Philadel phia and I ''look l ii. It was during a Hcrond pastorale at Philadelphia that he was elected bishop In I Smi. Hi -lo.p Wm rcii was assigned (I the modern district with heaihi uarlci s at Deni er. Shortly alter his election he came lo , 'ol.. rail, . and has made this slate his home coiit tn it, iiisly. Previously Ilishop Warren was not unknown in Ihe kooky mountain re gion, haling been president of the Kocky Mountain Climbing club In 1877-78. ills thirty-two years service us bishop has taken Henry V. War ren to every tjiiui'lcr of the globe. He was a great traveler and a con stant student ami was recognized as thr highest authority on Ihe achieve-I menis and needs of the Melhodlst Kpiscopal church. Aside trolii hlH clerical limit's the bishop has written many widely read hooks, review's and newspaper articles. His "Hlble In ihe World's Kdiicat ion" has been through many editions. Among oili er writings from his pen are: "Kec leallons In Aft ronoiny," "Studlea of the Stars," and "Among the 1'', trees." Kishop Warren was president of the llilf school of theology of Den ier, which practically was built by himself and Mis. Warren. AMI gh 8t years of age, Ilishop Warren's bearing indicated physical strength, his voice possessed the res- f youlli the ,ii;. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. Ul ,11, d imtoltirc 'Hlg a l, si: 11.. at 11 a m. a ppi mil lilt li i reels port : I.l . orled. Senator t.ardiier spoke post s stems. The duration ami labor ,i,loiM., tl,,. lull crcaling im nt of labor ami the bill nilsii.il on industrial both of which have passed Senator Percy spoke on canal bill and aigued aga tolls for American shippinc. Adjourned at ti :!8 p. m , ,. in., WYdncsdal, iioi m :. Conwiied at noon, li, sinned , oiisldc ration ot nun's efficiency bill. The Judiciary , Hitter ii;:i-ri'il upon tin Immediate into ihe existence ii ml i a until llle so-called "beef trust." 1,'epl esenta I ll e l.illlcl HI - iii t Im iii. i lorn y of the i .. n hi steel trust ltl est iga I 111,'. c. I. ill cm i, was 1 1 commit tri ll .1. part creating a l rial ions. the house. I'a na ma lll'.l lie. NEW JERSEY STARTS THIRD PART! IN ROOSEVELT MEET NG hep Pi cans Plan to Nominate e Stale Ticket and Cut use II I u. W III' U K Hi Itilt t i tiom ion;;, in oimcal Af- his views, . h i il ma n's Ad iolll lle tomorrow . a In i I'Pt.rt. at 3:4' .id until iiooii COLORADO'S GREAT ROUGH RIDER FEARS TO OFFEND OTHERS I r- I I i ri -l i le ays His t tesenee Iheie Would Cause lle.ut Dm nii;;s Olher Sections of Country Asking for Him. RESOURCES TQLD BY SHAFROTH Governor, in Addiess to Law yers, Says State Has Enough Coal at Present Rate of Con sumption to Supply Woild, (lly Mnrntna Journal KiNirlut lnwid Wlr.l Colorado Springs, July 25.--Hoer-nor Shafrolh, of Colorado, delivered llle opening address at the annual convention of the Commercial Law League of America, which began here today. Albert N. Kastnuin, of Chicago, aiiil Dr. Henry Deutsch, of Minneapo lis, responded. Prominent members ol most of the stairs of the union are In attctidHiicc. 'I he sessions will continue tomorrow and Thursday, C.oVernor John p. .-shall oil,, today, III welcoming the ;i!,0 delegates In the eighteenlh annual convention of I he Coininercla I Law League of Ainerli gave figures on tip. resources and production of Cplorado In minimi agriculture, iiuinufaet tiring, ,iiarry lug, slock raising and olher Unci. Among the fuels cited were: 3 17. 000, lino, otm tuna of coal In Colorado. or sutl iili-nl to supply the ciitiri World at Its present lilte ot cutlMltllip- lion for 300 years. (320.000,00(1 pi, i, In. Hon of gold from Ihe Cripple Creek district nlonc J7f,, 000. 00(1 Invested In the slock falsing Industry. I,2ii0.ooo horse power, estimated, in the mountain streams of Colorado. $ I oO, 000,0110 crop production every j ci, r. .Sufficient marble of the best grade in the world lo supply the entire United Stales for the next loo years. i 'nly 12 per cent of Colorado re sources del eloped. (Ilf Morning Jirlirmil ftr,'tal I.cnnmI WtrA.) Aslniiy Park, N. .1., July 23. - New Jersey led Ihe casloll, Ml a tea In Ihe lenient today when a new party mass enliven! Ion i liiiimhed a st-puratc zatioll ami decided l : 1 1, t . ticket for the t on. The ri.lllrlilli.il voted ticket a Set of preshl support ing f progressive political orgmil uominale a lull November elec;- au , I llties Ills of mind and one malty olia nee memory years his junior. Uishop Warren wan a great parlia mentarian and recognized as one ol the best presiding ofllcei-s on the board of bishops, lie never displayed anything but sa I Islacl loii over hlH retirement by the general conference. Immediately following this event he explained to close friends that he had not resigned from active work be cause that was against his princi ples," uml admitted that be wan Kbul to be relieved of his duties. WOMAN MEETS DEATH AT LONG BEACH MILITARY CALLED OUT TO STOP RIOTS Deputy Sti ,,inia Quiet. Shot "atally Shot by Mineis in West Vir- County; All Repoited Mi.rnlr.K Journ.il rrrltil Wlr.) July 2 3. San I'rancisco, Juw ; 1-Passenger" on the steamer Willi, liniria. which arrived In port today from Honolulu, were entertained hv comic opera out on the hounding billows. Mrs. Wil liam Summers, of Denver, wrote the opera while sojourning In Ihe Ha waiian Islands and ei ted to pro duce It In San l-'ranclseo. She told n couple of women friends of her fecr.-t and It soon became the principal topic of conversation aboard the ship. Several Stage folk aboard orK.1lll7.eil a company and the drear, iv musical pic- lure of the Island beaches waa alven ill christening to an audience of one hundred past,vnei CIlUI le.'iloW II, V V (,,e compaiiy of nillil!-: and a ma chine kuii sound li ft lo re i arly to night for Pcylona, I'.i.one county. whcl M a deputy slid il l was fatally shot toilay during a light with strik ing coal miners. Sherill While called upon HoVfinor i;lasscocl for troop? declaring he was unable In ham 11 the situation. Kxcejil Hi:. I Deputy Sheriff Sup yet Long I.olell., d. Head,, Cal., Uimkiii, tourist from July 23. fifty-fu W at s;, w. -Mrs. eara Del was killed today when she tried to board a launch. She started to sle from the pier to the launch as u swell swung the boat and she stepped into the water. II. fore she cool, I be reached Ihe lauin h had swunix lu k ami crushe.i her arrainst the piling Her husband witnessed the accident. Hum,,' N"cr I inler Arrrxt. Washington, July 2:1. Patrick DutiiiA of Jersey City, ,N. J.. re ported arrested l.y Mexican authori ties arid sentenced to death. Is en joying his freedom in Herislain. The tale department, at the re,tiesl of I!, pres. nlaiive Kitikaid, found Dunne hud never been under arrest nor in danger of hia life. In ached beloli bin was shot, no details bale been received of I tie trouble. peytomi it, lj, .ins the Paint , r.-elv IVioti. where mlm-rs hav strike for seieial mouths. A. lint. ml Cmial Limit p. nib, I the troops Pel to, 1. 1 will not h. midnight. Shortly alter the shooting, occurred when the officer att to disarm a gioiip of miners who curried rifles. ci. millions became ,Ulet. When the Soldiers leached Pelotia tht-y found the place ,Ui,l. 1'he mllitl.i went into camp and pie pared to i,iell any further outbreak. The strike has been III proglcss since Apitl. u ho nip,. Sewn I. IrU lib- Iii l ire. I... to Ion. July 23. Seven girls were killed, five were fatally injured and ffcrveral others severely niiri, in a fire I. ..lav In ii four-story bulldiiiK In Moor Lane In Ihe heart of the city, occupied l.y a Christmas card firm, which employed tnaoy women. to put on the utlal electors heoilot'e Wooscvclt and to semi to the national progressive convention In Chicago Ihe same set of del, 'gates that represent,1, 1 Ihe slate at the republican national enn icnlion. pledging (hem again lo vote lor Colonel Roosevelt. The convention arranged for the appointment of a Male committee which will settle details of party or ganization. The possibility of alliance with either of ihe old parllcH was .lr nied In vigorous terms. The 1 1 , , st 1 1 1 1 1 of making an attempt to capture the republican primaries which agitated the meeting of the l i-moIiii Ions committee last night illii not come before the convention. The committee's report made no reference to the matter, hut most ol those who attended Ihe convention look ll for granted thai no such curse waa In contemplation. All speak, ra declined for a fight along distinct r parly lines uml all such ex pi -Hslnha were cnlhuHlastlcal ly applauded. Tim convention adopted, wllh, Mil dissent, the platform r ccoiii mcmled by Ihe coioinlltcc on arrangements. A woman suffrage plank aroused pro longed applause. The Ireiiuetil ineii tion of Itooscvi U's name called for a series of deinonslratlons and It Im pic lure was everywhere In Ihe hall. The colonel had been urged to at tend hut In a lob-gam to Chairman fort, which was read to Ihe conven tion, he sail? : "1 wish I could come and I would gladly do so if il were possible, hut I .mid not go to New Jersey without luslng genuine heart IniiningH In Ihe many olher slates where I inivt n kid ami have had lo refuse oil III" ground that I would xpeaK now uei e until aflrr Ihe Chicago convent Ion. To ,ke any olher course would mean that 1 colli. I mil do the work I must do. "May I, through you, extend my heartiest good wishes lo the conven tion. Thcv arc engaged In Ihe task of bringing this government back to whal it was Inli'ipbd to be -a rdv- ermueiit by the pie III the Interests of the people. Tl Id parly organiza tions have become so hopelessly cor rupted as In make il Impossible to ilu iin.i thing w tlh Iheiii as they now are." The con vent imi Instructed ils dele gates to utge upon the national con t, i, li, ,n a platform plank condemn in,, the Issuance of loans upon ware house ami cold storage certllp ates and making Mich issuance punlshablt; by impi laoiimeiit. The executive ciimmillce of the l.'iiiisei elt slate organi.al toil met be fore ttie convent inn assembled. A niinoiiiy that opposed an absolute ! teak flout the obi orgaui.atloii, pre vailed so !.,r thai the committee de tailed iu'tlnsi anv ileclafii t Ion lor the immrili.ile est., bllshmt nt. of a new parti'. This course, it was said, ui posi d the view of Colonel ItooscVf It, whose personal representative al ti lilted the mecling. I' oi ni r ilovernor John Franklin I-Hi t unanimously was chosen chalr- f the appose ma li fori progt i ssu es same set ol k press Mr limit ir pi th. ml ir; electors 111. II pi Tafi ami I colli in it t ee. position thai .pilars run and I.l the ell Whirl, Would hi lectors. feleucc I 'olollcl bimlilig Mr. the Ihe Vol - be- as Itoose oil Ihe lit The platform w ill suppor t mi 1 1 ire w ho Is not r of the candidal It for pi. sid tales " The puipore of pi. i, form ,,-iot, is protest against in pnhhi-au national ire s. l forth In ,1, declare amllilal an a vol I of I o r s 'that we e for t He led suppolt lonel Lonse- II, r I llitl'.t the convention, the I,. le.ist.r furm.'t! e result of the re convention, which i-tail from the pro ud gl . SSIl e the foil i th "Niilliitiiitl pr. si.l I plimar,.- Llectloll president l. ' Direct el senators. Simpler ' i.-w point wing artli I. ml In conclusion of faith are put of p;i rly candidate ice president by f.-r ,11- f president and vice popular vote. clion of Inited States and easier methods I