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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXV, No. 45. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1912, Jty Mull, 50 t tenia a Month; single topic S OniiM. lt Carrier, nil C ols tt Month. PEACE IMPOSSIBLE General Orozco tonight received a report from Major Melendez, operat ing; in the lijlnga district along the border to the east, that 3f0 rebels under his command, met and defeat ed the federals under General Joe do lu my. Sanchez. No details of the ,le are given. 'I here was considerable activity among the rebel garrison here to night, and a train was prepared. II was said at Orozco's headquarters that - (1 0 men were to be sent along the Mexico Northwestern railway to locate the advancing federals). It was denied that the move was prepara tory to the immediate evacuation of the town. York police officer is here, he may have obtained eeitain letters and telegrams thai bne disappeared from files In the city hall. These Include ItclcgriuM from Whitman ami other PRESIDENT'S VETO OE WOOL BILL . ortvspoiub ni bearing .m the de tention of Schepps. ' he papers i" question are the only al.thoi Ity fur holding Schepps spe, lally fur III, New Yolk ilistll. I .itlniitiy and fail ure to produce tin in, it is fcare.l. might cause tile llelh el y uf Schepps ..1 I be New Volk n . Mi c. BABY BOY BORN ON TRANSPORT THOMAS SHAFRQTH FAVORS WQMErJ HELP OUT ENORMOUS GRAFT UNLESS MO COMMISSION TO IN PROGRESSIVE SECURED FROM cctti c iuihr piupiiou ' iiunrniunnin ' RESIGNS SAYS OVERRIDDEN JLI ILL KinlLll u n ill i n i u iv uiiuLiinuiiLU QUESTION FINANCES BY BECKER " GO BY HOUSE Rev, H, Allen Tupper Interviews Rebel Commander-in-Chief Twice, But Fails to Secure Concessions Desired, NO NEGOTIATIONS WITH HERNANDEZ Stories of Interview Between Member of Mexican Cabinet and Insurrecto Leader Much Exaggerated, Mexico City, AUK- I 3. Oovorn nu'iil troops have been defeated 111 a series of encounters with Zapatistas in the Tenancingo district cf the. state of Mexico, a few miles sonlh of Totiion. Ihe state capital, and rebels are if, possesion t all villages in thai district, according to ad vices received today. In their attacks, the Zapatis tas arc credited with displaying a . ferocity raicly Jisplu yed in Mcxi 'an warfare. At ixlapain, a town taken yesterday, 3no are reported to have been killed, In clildinK women and children, and practically every building was razed. Only a small num hcr of the dead were rebels. .In a light in a canyon near lxtaipiim yesterday the federals were defeated after several hours' fighting and eighty dead were left on the field. I By Murninir Journal iHiarliil l.einteil Wlr.l I'A i'aso, Tex., Aug-. 13. In reply to repealed appeals for peace on the pan of Hev. 11. Allen Tapper, hon orary president of the International Peace Forum, General Pascual Oroz ni lale today presented the Ameri can clergyman with a lengthy docu ment, duly signed and cour.Vi'signcd. Armed with this paper, Dr. Tupper, who -is pastor of the Calvary Baptist church; of Krookl.vn, X. Y., returned to the American side from Juarez and is havinijf the statement trans lated for the use of the society, of which President Tal l is the head. I r. Topper said that his second talk with tile rebel commander-ili-chicf was highly satisfactory, although peace in -Mexico seems to depend on the rebels relations with the federal govern ment. ' Orozco merely set forth his attitude in the revolution, reiterating j his declaration that pence may only lie secured through the resignation 0, President Madero anil his cabinet. Careful investigation disclosed no excuse for tile rumors that official negotiations for peace have been un der w ay since tin, isit here last week of Rafael ! Icrnandc.. minister of lo nienui in Aladeros cabinet. It is known that the attempted coiitcronco between Hernandez and urn.co was made unofficially through a person who promised both sides conditions to which neither side had agreed. In Ibis way both Oroco and llerna iidcz , believed' Ihe other had retracted rep-j I'ciantiitiuiis. neither had made. Thirty men of Troop D, Third cav alry,, were rushed by tram to I'oluni-j bus tonight to reinforce the small! garrison there. It was said that many threats had been' made by thi'i rebels at Paloinas on account ol inc arrest of a .smuggler who bad shot an American soldier. Reports of continued shooting a, -loss the border at Columbus, .V M., where a dotm linienl of the Third eavalrv is stationed, have been re ceived' by Col. E. 'A- Stecvcr. in com mand at Korl Kliss. Columbus is op posite Pali-mas. Mexico, held by a rebel garrison, and was the scene M'siotday of a skirmish between I'liite,! Slates soldiers and rebel unt 1 1 1 1 1 fi i t to ii smugglers, in winch an American soldier "as seriously wounded. Coh-nel stecvcr said to night thai the shooting from the Mexican side early today lacked con seiiiieiicc. us no one was injured, and that there was no proof of bad in tent. The soldier win, was wounded yesterday and brought to the mill tare hospital here, is expected to re cover, despite a mushroom Indict, wliii h passed through his ooily. m inor, l out i ltii.v si ru.i;i i'j liiaie., Mexico. Aug. 1:!. Hisj lories scallcred over a radius oil many hundieds of miles, (Iciiejalj I'ascual orozco with a scant 70" rebels at his command, awaits here the advance of a federal army augre- j waling more than ;"..IIOO men. Inez; alazar. a rebel general subordinate' to orozco. appears to have ignored omiiiuiiids to bring his forces to ln.iivz. An officer of Salazar'a com-) lll.-lll.l :,t,.i..,,,l here Io.IhV t" fepOlt' that Ids leader has declared himself operating independently, atig , red bv tile reports of peace tween Orozco and th vert ores I"' feder.,1 gov- eminent. - Th,. federal arniv. led ' ( iellerdls lbilmgo. Sanjines and Telle., hasj l"iee,i its vanguard far to the north of the Casas C.iandes district, re-, claiming the Mormon colonies descri ed by American residents disarmed by the rebels. Swlazar. who origi-j "ally commanded an army of more, 'han I.iiOO rebels, has moved west j Into the mountains, headed for th-- S"iiora line, and is said to bad no more than 40 men. He is said t be short of ammunition. Further t th.. ., ininni.i Piilxi, the rebel leade,', whose forces met the federals in an engagement yesterday at Ii- dnia. Sonora. Hoth Salaror and K - Jas. Oroco's principal chiefs. cvi - dently are operating independently. I i:m;i! .s and iti.iti i.s w ait i oi: pi:t.. Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 3. Mexican federals and rebels, by an agreement were array, ,1 today face to face in the Sahnaripa district in the state of Sn nora, but no lighting resulted as both armies were awaiting advices as to pos sible pence, accoriilMK to reports which reached Tucson. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. m:vii Convened He sinned at Iti a. sidt on of post- office appr opiiation bill with agree- locnt In vol on it at 4 p Senator Kciivoti introduced resolu lion for investigation of operation of Inlcrstate commerce law sine,! its en actment. Representative l.loyd chairman of the mux democratic eoii'-irossiona coininiltee. testified before campaign fund investigating committee. Passed tin postofl'ice appropriation bill containing provision for a parcels post. Adjourned at 7:01 p a. m. Wednesday. until 10 not si.. I 'onveni d a t riiion. Ibgan reeonsideration of the wool tariff revision bill with two hours' de bate in an attempt to pass It. over President Tali's veto. Passed wool tariff revision bill over President Tafl's veto 174 to Ku. Majority Leader I'ndorvvood ap pointed cnmmittcu to investigau speeches attacking public officials In serted in Ueeord by Itepres, ntative Akin under "leave to print." Ways and means committee favor ably reported "whisky outage" bill. Adjourned at 5:1111 p. 111. until noon Wednesday. Advance of Federals Into Sec tions Where Desciples of Brigham Young Are Located May Cause Men to Go Back, (Ity MorliinK .lolll'lild sptclatl I.ralMt?,! Wired Kl Paso, Tex., Aug. 1 :!. The ad vance of live federal troops Into the Mormon colonies of the Casus (irandes district, is watched with more than passing interest by the American refugees who left their homes on be ing disarmed by Ihe rebels. Officials of the colonics conferring; here with A. W. Ivins, an iiposile of the .Mor mon church from Salt Lake City, has practically decided not to attempt at present to Tcpopulale the deserted colonies. Hut the reclaiming of the Cowis (liandes district by the lederals doubtless will cause a change in the plans, and a meeting has been called for tomorrow' morning to decide def initely on the matter. It 'is .stated thai J.iniu souls In Ml I'aso ahd ill the refuge camp at llaeli ita, N. M.. arc awaiting a decision of the 'colonial officials before proceeding- to new homes in Arizona, Colora do and I'lah. It was planned (o send at least the w om, n and eh ild ren a way from Ihe border as soon as Hie Sinu, immi a ,proii in uon of congress was available, lint tonight it was said by Apostle Ivins that the change in the situation to the south might muse a ibcisioii at Hie conlcrenee today to send back the men members of the colonies to protect Ihe plopel'lv such time as the return of women ami children fould be in S.i 1 e -. until the ide ill PRISONER STABS SEVEN F Francisco Galena, in Jan ai: i ' i i Cananea, Mexico, Makes aj Bloody Effort with Knife to Gain Freedom, Ity MiiniImk .l.inriiiil iw l l I Wire. i..v v,ii. 1 :; Ii iseo na. a prisoner In the , ii j oiling all telephone w ires I iii.. building. Slabbed seven hi. n r- railillg of Ihe I. and ; olfl- ter mo ten guards, lo'ir of vv h i die 1 1 it i n was snb'bl d I y th rem cers with difficulty Cab-lia s atta.-k ii I 111. IllOT la i ds Ii pi ison, and .. leea etirred lust night look i , aped Iv ii nlic I-ot al ,f ihe a ('fi ll. tared. The thr, t.o k.-d but ill a seilol , i ds vv In liil. e r ;ht. n i at- poUed did not kill, illilition t - I anions olt Sell, for S2lt.ooo Paris. Auk- i::.--The yearling M '.in, -, son of Va I !' if a nil l.oii.IHe mt vas purchased todav by a .1 17. Widen, r. of Philad J $;.. This is said to lest price ever paid fr a jKmme, agent of phi;,, for th.- hlah arliiig in IviORMON COLONISTS MAY RETURN TO MEXICO GUARDS OUR FATALLY President Taft Has, Proposed Such Proceeding and Coloia- do's Chief Executive Believes It May be Best, 1,000,000 ACRES IN STATE IRRIGABLE; Explains That Storage by Elc-.lt is Expected That Activities pliant Butte Dam Would be of Miss Jane Addams Will Twenty-Five Times Amount! Stir Up Much Moie Financial: Required by Project, Illy MiirnlllK .louriml Mpt-rliil Irniril Wlrf.) Denver, Aug. II! (iov crnor John I-. I Chicago. Aug. lit. Leaner at. the Shafrolh announced today that hojChieago headiuarters of the progres would not reply to President Taft sisive party today said the support be proposal for the appointment of a j irig giv en their cause by w omen was commission to settle the itieslion of puking a substantial form. Scores of water rights along the Kio ( irande, I letters have been receiv ed In Ihe last for at least ten din s. The governor few da.vs from w omen exlending well said he desired to consult represenlii live citizens and civic bodies in south ern Colorado but expressed the belief that a commission composed of disin terested western Irrigation engineers would be able to reach a fair decision. (iovcrnor Shafrolh Issued u stato nienl giving the history of the case us follows; "The source of the Kio (irande Is near Crcede, Colo.; thence it flows almost due south through the San I .ills valley and New Mexico to Mex ico, where il becomes a part of the boundary line separating Ihe L'nlted States from .Mexico. "Mexican rights anteeede Colorado rights in the vicinity of Juarez, across tile river from Kl i'aso, Tex., and by treaty the I'nitcd States agreed to stoif and deliver to Mexico tid.OOU acre feet of water. Kor Ibis purpose congress appropriated $2,00(1.0110 and authorized the construction of a res ervoir at ICngle. X. M., officially known us the Kio liramle project. Now, with the 20.000 acres to be watered in Mexico, the government promised to deliver water for 110,000 acres in southern New .Mexico and 45,0011 acres In Texas, a total of 175. 0HO acres. Although Colorado fariii t rs us a rule are satisfied w ith an acre-loot of water per acre, the rec lamation service claimed three acre feet of water was needed lor each of the 1 76,000 acres, which would make a total of 52.,,ooil acre-feet of water. The capacity of the new lingle reser voir is to oe 2,7110,0111) acre-foot twenty-live times as much water as is usually needed to water 17 5,000 acres." Tho g-ovcrnmeiit s statement closes with a recital of conditions in south ern Colorado, where he says there are "i.ooii.iifKi acres of good laud thill can be, but is not being irrigated at the present lime. And if the govern ment takes all this water this land never will be Irrigated." RESOLUTION AGAINST INDUSTRIAL WORKERS Cripple Creek, Colo.. Aug. 1:1. Till, second day's session of the Colorado State Federation of Labor was fea tured by Ihe Introdiielion of a resolu tion by President Charles Mover, of the Western Federal i,,u of Miners, condemning the Industrial Workers ol Ihe World In strong words. The resolution was referred to a committee. Mov er said the n solution was apro pos to the i-eccnl adv ent into I louv er of the linluslii.il Workers orga ni.a I ion The resolution referred to lite body as "the slander syndieii te." The convention condemned Ihe so called cigar trust as encroaching upon ihe cigar Industry in Colorado, The proposition to elect officers to the American Federation by referendum was defeated. Tie- aliunde of the orga ni.a t ion In ward llle .Ho- question Will collie Up tomorrow. $48, 550 GOES TO POOR CARPENTER Siin Kr.inrisco, Anu, 1 ;(,- Si k Jiml mImiit in his (Mtnrly furiiishfi lutmr 'II lt;t in Snnrr. ;i ;! -ntT ixly whim olil, ftTfiv I'd -iit loday that, he is heir lo left by Isaac a fortune ,' Hts,.",:,!) S,eiicer. an un. te w In died recent ly In Spencer's uncle tune of $1011,0110 were a brother New Losing!, c. ( i. j accumulated a t,r llis only relatives and a "nephew mil ll est." Pefore lie die dividing his fortune I hem. i hn ni.iili' ti will NEGRO RANCHMAN DROWNS IN RIVER lllenwood Springs, Colo., Aug. I '!.- rtoiiert Kr.bcrts. a negro ranch hand, was drowneil lodav- In th,- tlrand river all r a light with Hob, it Free man, foreman of the ranch w her. Huberts worked. Accoiding to Free man, who was arrested al his home, the two got into fight over Itoberts pay. Freeman savs li- was getting the best of It when Roberts broke nwav and uttempled to escape a, los. the swiftly running iiv,-r. Ilis body has not yet been recov ored. i NEGRO BOY LYNCHED BY GEORGIA MOB Columbus, lb, up officials in ih Aug. 1.1. Holding niirl house, a mob of ab, ul forlv un n here this after- I noon took T 7. Hon. alias T. .. M - Ijlheimv. a IM-ye.ir old rogro. on trial, and Iv riched linn nisi bev on, I I h- citv liinils. The near,, w as in , iwil of killing a white boy near town two months ag,,. Leaders at Chicago Headquar- ters Say They Are Receiving Many Letters Containing I fiom One Dollar to $50, MRS. JOHN BASS TO ASSIST HEADQUARTERS Support, ! Illy Morning ,lrniil Riiflul limrd Wlr.l wishes to the progressives and in nearly ev ery case containing i unipaiKn contributions ranging from $1 to $;0. "A great part of Hie expense of the Illinois stale campaign will be borne by the contributions of women." said Stale Senator Hunk, progressive can didate for governor. "I have heard of many who desire lo contribute In ad dition to the siiftrnge adv ociites." The progressive managers plan to place at least two women on their finance committee, us a result of the UT-oliciletl contributions already re ceived and expect that the activity of Miss Jane Addams and other suffrage leaders will result In material support in handling the campaign. Mrs. John lass will return to Chi cago from New orli tomorrow and with Mrs. Kayniond Kobluns, will open the women's bureau at the new progressive headoua rlers. Members of III" executive commit tee which will direct the republican campaign gathered in Chicago tonight for a meeting tomorrow, T. A. Matin, of Molilalia, has been placed on the republican executive committee in place of Alfred T. lin gers, of Wisconsin, who said some time ago that he would not have time ill ACTIVE IN THIS YEAR Oldest Daughter of Governor Wilson Will Aid in Getting Votes for Her Father for President, (fly MornlitK .lotirttal SmtIi, I New Vol k, , lie. II. . - W, im,I Ire. noon's ae- tlvtlic.s came lo tin- Ioi e I three campaign heiidiptar city. The republican natlo lee announced ii,,. sclecln oday f,t Ihe el's III this lal -i ill in J I -ill o Aliss beMil ol an barge of leiiloll of llilies also III of .Miss Mabel I ;oa rd ma n us the advisory coininiltee in woman's work for the re Plesidenl Tali, ( hail loan llllllolineed Hie anooililoo Helen liosvvcll. of llu, citv. as chair man of the Woman's League, an aux iliary orga iiia tiou lo vvrk In slates Unit now have ,1 At dellloel a t !c ter3 one of t lie ca Margaret Wilson, Iovcrnor Wilson, aecom ia nieil bv tnal suiiragc. national li'-adoita r - llel's lodav was Miss eldcsi daughter of .Miss Wilson was Mrs. Olllilov Field Ma lone. .Miss Wilson as branch of the work at Ked I Hal own tile !lea,l.llar- ters be ,llailied her. II was ore. w lie ol e. of Oklab. trriinan. of a ii -Sen -iiua, .V , vv ol civ e .mi noimci'd lb ator Thoiui and Mrs. I M r.- 1 id lor II Vork, and the iln Iovcrnor Wilson women visitors ut c liauglllels would re, demoi ral b- h lllaiicr.s al Seagirt. WICKERSHAM WINS DELEGATE ELECTION J ll ilea ll. A la ska, A UK. I I K turns from Malay's election Induale that James Wiokcrshnm, progressive, has been re-,ieele, delegate to con gress. Wb-keisliam will probably have 200 plurality in the l-irsl division, where it was expected Ilia I he would have the stiongest opposition. lictuniM lioiu Nome Iii the Second district, the pom,. ,,f William A. (ill more, give lililllore H lead 111 thai district. In the Third division, (iii m, re Is bioling in Seward and Cor iliivii, but WieUcrshitni is ahead in Voider., where his plurality is ;:t. Re turns have not been received irom Fairbanks in the Fourth division. This is Wb k. I ba in's home and II Is conceded that he will have a siiiistan I III I lead Ibel. alfalfTivTeaun great demand Kansas , That in sol that feed Is dust ol-il being sold Ion." X. 1 1 Nell., lodav 'jiv. Aug. Kb "I am t"! ,.- , ,1 - of t he not I lo-a i ll such lli'lllil nd thai sa V vvilh molassej, ioiuailv oil llle market fitl $'H I'oilr.-li. of MHlih.ma odd t be convent ion "f 1 1 national alf.iha mllb-rs' ass. I., t on The demand tor alfalfa meal. Ih speaker said, has grown to sm h an extent In Hie last few years that the mills are unable to keep orders filled. CAMPAIGN IRK Whitman Locates $08 0'K) 111 r n t iii , rOLII DilllKS illKl hilS N0i bO- I r , r r- ,a i cured Data from tour Others f-. ,,, , vvneie ueposns vveic (Viatic. SAVED $200,000 ON A $2,250 SALARY ull Confessions Made to Grand Jury by Jack Rose, Bridge Webber and Others of Mur- der Car Fame, Illy Mnnilm Journal speelnl I ri,r.t ir.) New Vork, Aug. 1 i. I'owertul banking Inlercsts. acling through the New Vork clearing house committee, came to the aid of lilstiict Attorney Whitman today, lu bis elfoiiH to lay bare the alleged corrupt alliance be tween the police and the gambling fraternily. A command whs given to every bank in tile cleaiinK house to rurnish the district attorney with a record ol deposits they limy have received from any of Ihe high police officials, whom the district attorney suspectM of having b, collectors of blackmail from dlsorueiiv elements. As a result records showing that within the Inst eight months, Police Lieutenant Keeker, charged Willi the murder of Hoi man Rosenthal and accused of gambling gralt, lias made deposits in four banks of fON.S-ia In Ids own name, and that of his wife, were placed In tho hands of the pro.,ei ut ir. Tliesy deposits, the rec ords show, first were made In No vember, pill, rhoiily niter llei kcr became head of tho "strong Hrni siiuail" f gambling raiders and con tinued all dining the time that Jack Ho.se says lie was colluding liruft for Pecker. The district attorney has been promised records of Keeker's dcpuslts In lour other bunks, winch did noi nave nine to go over Iheir accounts today, and he discovered that Keeker has an amount of stocks, bonds and other securities locked up In separale safety deposit vaults. That the total value of Ihe police lieutenant's hold ings will be IoiiiiiI lo approximate J20II, ikmi, would be no surprise to the district atlorney. Keeker's salary as a police lieuten ant was ?2,2."iii a year. The district attorney has received i ii t'oiii ut 1 1 , ii thai Keeker may have put money in several hanks outside the illy, ami if these are located, New Yorkers have pi Iscd lo use Iheir inlluciice lo .secure Hie records for Mr. Whiliiian. The ilisltii alloiticv is holding for picselllMli ill lo tile glllild UI eV I delice by which he expels to con vict four police inspectors mi the eh.nyi of olio nng blackmail from gambling In uses and disorderly re soils. Thus 'ar the stale's Investi gators b ive uiiioveicil bank accounts of two of Iheni totalling $ i,r,, lion. Tic prosecutor expects to unearth bank accounts of all four of them, which ale cxpei ted lo ilisilo.se some surpris ingly large fortunes, In on,, case an acciinuilation of nearly i 1 ,OOii,(Kio. The expected murder indictments bv i ne grand jury were Dot handed down loda v , ow ing to l be lime taken op by tcsiiiinmy of various witnesses who appeared before that body, tine of these was Jack Rose, who repent ed the I'oiitcNsion f Ids purl In Ihe murder plot, and lim alleged graft re lations with Lieutenant Keeker. Rose told the jury Keeker, In ef- teci, whs pay master of the murder clew. He also told of the part which he charges that Jack Sullivan, the former "king of ihe newsboys," played In Ihe murder plot. He said 1 1 1 , 1 1 on the nlghi of the murder Sul livan, after riding around town with Keeker, went lo liiulgie Webber's gambling house, where the , lew gathered, and then lo the Hotel Mel ropole with directions to Hud out whether Rosenthal was dining at the hotel. This Sullivan did. Rose wild, and reported to Hie men where their intended victim could be found. Webber, who was a witness, lestl fled i lim ibis was bis understanding of Sullivan's duty, but said that he could tint swell- that. Ihe former newsboy performed It. Koth Rose and Webber told of the assurances winch iliev said Keeker gave them of prole, lion after the muiiler. S II I PI'S IS II WHS OF III I'l l V MYKMIAI Hot Springs. A Ik., Aug. 13. Ham Soncpps. iielu here as a material wit ness in the Rosenthal murder case, has b, en , id, I, -ii bv federal officers, to i, limn lie was given into custody Ihis evening. Alter holding lilm I hi dav i the tune limit of the law. lurio d him ov er to Fred lepulv Tinted Stales inal- the I die,, .lob nson sb ,1. , 11 1 , Schepps - bete ar. atixious to turn iivi r to r.-pi est- nta 1 1 v es of Yolk -lisiiut attorney's of lii'ill use of lb,, peculiar the las,, they f,ar posses- llle Now lice, bill Hiatus of Milltl Of through c, officers. A bo a I al article lues o, Ih tin 111 had Hits coldil blm out might be chnicalilles obtain, by olio newspaper today published slat IP If I hat t'cprc-'cl -a e New York police depart secretly com. here. but not I-,- conftrmed. Sii, pps bus said he was willing to gi, Inn k lo X.w York with rcptescnta tl es of ih.- district attorneys office, but that lo- ,d not want to be taken bv the police ,l,-,aliti)enl. Repn-scntHtlv, s of District Altor lov Whitman, of N.-vv Yolk, failed to appear tonight to toke into ollstodv Schepps They are expected to ar rive loioorrow. foil,-,. Chief Leonard today ex pressed the belief that if any Ncvt San Francis, n. Aug. I ",. The trans port Thomas, in todav from the l-hil- IPPbles, was the oiosl completely ,o- I inesticated ves"e el war tnat evei s.ilod through the Golden Gate. Slo I brought , 2 soldiers illihlieii, ami'll'-l "" new-bora s r nivaic ! I A Slllder, l.lgllleelilll coast aitillely T he Ihe baby was , hi isii ncil Thomas fur transpoii on w hn It be was horn. ami Quai lei master Captain Alexander Ma, Nab stood rod father. He will beg in I i fe Willi a Lou K account of $ I ail, made 1 1 1 1 for lion by his fellow passengers. The Til,, man brought Lack the Ninth Infinity lioni ilutv in the 1'hilipplnes. Danow Trial Draws to Close with Pleas for Defendant by Chief Counsel; Case May be Completed This Week, (By Morning .lourtml Hperlid r.eiiKrd Mire. I Los Angeles, i nl Aug. Pi. Sum ming up today the evidence adduced by the stale against tiaretice S. Har row, former atlorney of the convict ed dynamiters, John .1. and James H. MiNiiniuru. who Is on trial for al leged Jury bribing, Karl Rogers, chief counsel for the defeiulniil , told the Jury that the prosecution had failed )' conned Harrow with the corrup tion of Juror licorge N. l.ockwiiod, through tho Inslruineiitalily of Kelt li. Franklin, the former detective. who confessed having passed the bribe money. The state bud pioved, Rogers as serted, only 'that I'ianullit had been introduced as a spy inlo Ihe. ranks of Ibe McNaiuara defense and that any one of 11,1)110 other persons interested in Hie great siruggie between capital and labor would have greater interest and a morn Impi-HiHa motive than Harrovv In luibllii; a juror to nctiiil Hie iMe.Nii ma ras. ,'le asserted the siale had not traced what ll sup poses to be bribe money further than (Haf A. Tvelluioc, a labor lead er of San Francisco, and that l.iar row had been name, directly lu con nection with ihe alleged bribing of Lookwood only by two delectlvcn -Franklin and John It. Harrington, uf liilcago, whom lie described as Ihe "most precious pair of scoundrels that ever smirched their souls lo be ll. iv a trieiid." He also taunted the prosecution for failing to examine Tvelluioc after be had iieeu called as a witness ami added i I Harrington bad been I hired bv lietectlve ('osier, of the Na- liotial 1 . ii I larrovv . Refute men!, litis Were si ret ors' itsKoeia tlon. If "gob Rogers opened his e squares of white i bed on I in mis in I he playing the names ' a rgu diu k , oul t r lio room, d I hi.'iy -eiriii wline the slate, grouped many angles and n's llill'odllccd by under each of the issues developed dining the Hial. "iiuse constitute u diagram of this whole case," said Rogers and, refer ring lo a group labelled "main Issue," he poinied out to Hie Jury Hint only Franklin, I lai rlngl on and Samuel Krovvne. the chief deleiiivi, for the ilisirii i atlorney s olfb e. tiad nieii lloiicil Harlow in any relation to the alleged corruption ol Lookwood. Kegels Is scheduled lo complete his Higiiuienl tomorrow, and Harrow lose his own delense. Blue Defenders Outgeneral Red Invaders, Blowing Up Mythi cal Biidscs and Capturing Outposts of Enemy, IU llnriiiiil! .saiilias. ' ond lone si I, ii, tnitl qeii,l Tei,'l lre-1 I I. , s ug. I ::. Km the s, . -1 ii e Isli Ilia . . w lo ll the I'd I aruiv of all . I, landed a I l lie I't'i . ii has had its pro te desl ro. I loll of I do of Mont l c.v hailed le by the sin llilld ll -the loam chci k adi IS.' f. of blues. I,. ', aim i ii ffeel consolidation for, e of t I,.- del. ll. lei s TO' OOlsleled todav lo llle I i ds I I lie aspects or a I ea I l.al : le j d out post s were ,1 1 I ell Oa i k t I nub s. while 111- bin. s d.-s- j letllpol fil l I. mine ,1 cel.',: S.i I, lias I ivcr lo replace II M and llle r, for sev er., iroved lie aclo-'s tb the one lb si I ov 'd y eslerda v. ihe licllUll mole I lia ll , W , e,J lo a lare I h Is i ll e a mi was in progress Toi bo, a s a n.l w as vv 1 1 ness numbcr of residents of f lien I by lo w its Kuril the bin ill Ih,. dav a th bo lament of mad. a sortie ami captured bin red soldiers, the raul.'is escap ing llnsi al lied. Colonel V II. C. Howeii, Iii o, mi nimal of the blues, is adopting every strategy lo retard the invaders' prog ress mitt! Ibe main body of the de fender can reach San Jose. ROGERS DENOUNCES PROSECUTIONS WITNESSES will c WAR GAME RAGES NEAR PACIFIC COASTTOWNS i Republicans Breaks All Records on Tariff by Small Vote, Measure CLARK'S DECISION CAUSES WRANGLE Prominent Members of Speak er's Party Hold Action Un constitutional Sustained by Minority Leader Mann, Morning .louriml niavliil Irn-l tVlr. Washington, Aug. i:t. ty the nar row margin ol live yules, the hnusa today passed Ihe wool tariff revision bill over 1'resldont Tafl's veto. Tho vote, 174 to Mb was made possible, only by the defection of twenly-otiu repid-lbnus. who Voted with thu democra Is. The announcement of iemocratlo success created a wild scene In thu bouse and amid great confusion the republican leadeis protested Hint Speaker Clark must count as voting ten member who answered "present" lo Iheir names, a ruling which would have defeated Ihe democratic , pro gram by overcoming the live vote, margin and making Impossible the recording ot the necessary two-ihirda vote. This the speaker declined to do. Less than an hour after Ihe wool bill had been repassed m thu housu the conferees on ibe sugar lalilf bill met mid disagreed. They decided lo report lo both tho house and senate thai il had been found impossible to reach a compro mise between Ho- Indct'Wnod and Lodge-Kiislovv bills. Tin action is expected to mark thu end of sugar tntilt consul, 'lallon in tin, present session and the excise lux lull, which was framed to make up revenues that would have been , lost by the reduction of Ihe sugar tariff reduction probably will remain in con ference when congress adjourns. Whllo democratic and progressiva senatu leaders do not believe the wool I. ill u pacs in i he se.iau over the presbl, 'til's viio, Ibey will conllnue In demand acHoii on the cotton tariff measure. The vote on the wool bill came as a sin prise to republican leaders of thu house. When they discovered that do led Ions from their ranks was to be expected, It hub too late to prevent It. As a result the following republi cans went oyer to the democratio camp mid made victory possible: Akin, of ievv Volk; Anderson, Da vis, l.iuilbciK, Mtlb r, Sieenerson and Slovens, of .Minnesota: Anthony, Kees and Young, of Kansas; Cooper and Morse, of Wisconsin: llaiiglieu and Woods, of Iowa; Helgewon, North Da kota; Kent, California; Ijifferty, Ore gon: Ijil'ollclte and Wurbliiion, of Washington; .oliis and Sloan, of Ne braska. Not in the memory of the oldest incmbei'M of the house has a tariff iiieasuru ever been passed over tho president's, vein by the lower branch. When Speaker Clark announced tho nib, and ileiiarcd llle bill had passed, "the president s veto to the conlrary iiotwilbslamlllig." there was a wild out burst of applause from the demo cratio Hide. Tho tumult was Increased by Ihe declaration of hull' a dozen democrats that the ruling was unconstitutional. When a s, -in bin nee of order was rc sioicl, Kepreseniailve liardner, of Massachusetts, inisted lli.il the niii--si it ut mil provided Hial a two-thirds vote of the Ionise was necessary anil that the ten members. voting "present'' should be counted for they had re corded iloir presence Iii tile house. Representative ilinstead. of I'ennsyi vania, one of the foremost parliamen tarians in congress, supported tho con tention. "Those (en ineuibeiH who voted 'pies, nr. " the speaker ruled, after a long esa in Ilia t Ion of precedents, aro iccokiuizi'd as being present only to consul ute a iiiioruin. The constitution as Intel pi, led in Hie past clearly piovidcs thai all decisions must lest on a y , a r a ml nay vole.'' Represent, ,lio FUzgerlad, of New York, Oeioo, ral. supported Mr. l.llni stead ami .Mr. Haidiier In their con tentious, while .Minority Leader Mann supported the speaker. The spenker, wlon the ,1,-baie broke out Willi re newed vigor, quickly put u damper ol, n. You may talk all you want," he said. 'iuU lb. ihair bus no intention now or later, of changing Its ruling." Shortly b. fore Ihe vote was taken. Minority Lead, r .Mann appeuled to hla j loil, .wi ts I" stand by t lie republican jpniiy an, I pioirctlv, tariff principles. I ii 'son upon ,11.111 ill,- niuvauj . iii-iig vviiti the minority 'in or- der lo illilll -ll'V -tl"K ' vvli aid a .il he ,-r the great American laid would be terms, of tho l.tli. liub cylior n v, It I PI' r,v i led I III nl who dosed tho da-wavering- republicans dciiiocrals in passing I al. llle b Hell!, the veto of the presi li v ed he could dam uinU of tho American el,, messages," "vv In, the ,1c Willi pee I tea Hi I i oiii Drinking Iodine. Color. nb, r-prings, Aug. KL Mrs. Const., ii, ,. Lemercier, prominent in Chi'Mgo so, i,,l circles, died here thin morning ali, r drinking a quantity of iodine, which she mistook for a sleep ing potion. Her husband is Alexan der L, merrier, a restlred chemist. ThetHlorr I". Kroknw lfes. Colorado Sp rings. Aug. 1.1. Theo dore P. Kroknw, aged :t, for forty seven yearn prominent In New York banking circles, died here today of heart failure. He moved to this ellr threo years airo because of ill health, lie was a veteran of the civil war. Combination of with Democrats