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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXV, No. 52. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1912, Hy Mall, 60 Cent Mould; single Cop I on 5 Onto. Hy t tinier, (al i-iiIm a MonUu WILLIAM BOOTH SALVATION IS DEAD Final Summons Comes taCom . mander-in-Chief of Great Or ganization for Churchless People of Every Nation, OPERATION TO RESTORE SIGHT HASTENED END Believed That Bramvvell Booth Son of Famous Leader, Wil Succeed Father as General of Religious Institution, (It.r Morning .liMiriml Spfetiil fHHrd Wlr. I.iiudon, Auk. I!ii. (ion. William lloulh, commander-in-chief of the Sal allon Army, died at lil:HI) o'clock to night. He was born at Nottingham in 1 8 2!t. Tile veteran Salvation Army leader was uneoiibi ious lor forty-eight hours before his death. The medical bul letins had not revealed the .seriousness of the general's condition which for a week, ft is now admitted, was hope less Twelve weeks nun (leneral Booth underwent an operation for the re moval of a cataract in his left eye. For two days after the operation indica tions nave hope of his recovery. Then si-pllc poisoning set in and from that time, wllh the exception of occasional rallies the patient's health steadily declined. The general recognized that the end was near and often spoke of ills work as bcliiR finished. Throughout the commander - In - chief's Illness his son, Hraniwell llnolh, chief of staff of the army, and Mrs. Hraniwell liooth, gave their unremitting attention to him. The awed evangelist died at his resi dence, Kockslunc, Hndlcywood, eight miles from London, where he had been conllned to his bed Kinee the opera lion. I'resent at Iho beilside when the end . nine v ere Mi., and Mrs. Ilram vvell lloottl and their daughter and son. Adj. Catherine Hoolh and Serg. I'.crnard liooth; the general's young est daughter. Commissioner Mrs. 1 '.not h-1 Iclberil, and Com missioner Howard, Colon, 1 Filching and Dr. Wurdhivv Milne. I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' irilerest now centers in the discussion of a leader lo succeed the neutral, I'nder Ihe constitution oV the army the general nominated his sue- ci ssor. I hat ticli.Tal l.oolh did ,sev ii ill y, a rs ago placing Ihe name in a sealed envelope which was deposit ed wilh the army's law papers Willi he mictions that il should be opened aft. r his dentil. The general In lief in ill" army is that Hraniwell liooth will be the sii'-oessnr named. When (leneral liooth will be buried has not yet been decided. While every Fuglish member of the Salva tion Army I;: convinced thai no man was more worih of interment ill VV i si 1 1 1 1 us t ir Abbey, it is not expected this Ii r will be awarded to (leneral I'oiith by the abbey a u t lloril ies. 11 is the general belief that the generals last resting plnee will be alongside thai of his wile, who, lucii-l.v-niic years ago, was buried in Ahlav Park Stock, Ncwingtnii. Almost Ihe last words of (leneral Mood, wen. tillered just before he lost consciousness. He was referring lo (bid's promises and speaking with gr.ai difficulty, said: "They are sure they are sun if you will only believe." It is probable that Ihe ohse, piles will Include thi! lying in state fr several da.vs at Congress hall, Clap-j ton, follow ed by a memorial service i and a procession from London to Abbey Park. Governor Returns to Sc.v.'.iit After Three Days of 'la.d' Campaigning; Bryan to Makej Own Speaking Dates, I lr Moraine .lonrntil fpreinl KeiiMMf Wlr-l Seagirt. N. .1.. Aug. After two da; f liar,, campaigning, (lovirnor vv oodrow Wilson tonight. hi his returned to S speech at Tl ragil't enton villi tile governor depio-at oial privilege and predicted ib til nucffsM in November. Afler thP speech al th grounds the governor conferr. lie,, rem. math f Hurleson. o! d .-M- mocra- the fair -red with I Texas, speakers' son is in tonight : "Ver the details of the 'ureau, ,,r which Mr. Hurl, charge. Mr. llurleson said "Mr. I'.ryun will make up hi his own I Vie own be itinerary and forinulaie plans for the faiupaiL'n. ni'ttee w ill conform w i Ii desires. He knows best w iheH to speak and at time." bis The com- I in thing he I where lie I Just what! Alaska lo lln' llclter (.ovei niiieiH. Washington. Auk. 2a. The confer ence report on the AlHskan bill provid ing for two branches of the govct n ment adopted today t.v t'lc house. It approval bv Ihe nenateand 11.2 th presid,-nt' signature will prnvid e I "home rule.'' for Alaska. ARMY HEAD WILSON PREDICTS DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS IPHOTO ENGRAVERS OPPOSE POSTAL BILL I'i'liwr, Colo., Ant,'. I.'l. ProtcsiK "iTf wired today t Senator Holes I'l'lUoSO, thii ii-i ni i of tli.? simile conference committee mi posloffues anil nosiniuds, and all members of tlii1 i-oin m i ttcf, liy the International Flint,, Fngra vers union. In session here, denouncing the amendment to thu llournu parcel post lilll, now he mic congress, which doubles the rati' mi until mallei- of the. second class. Telegrams were also sent the of fliers i I' every union of Hie Allied Printing Trades to protest the adoption of Ihe .'iiiieniliiient. officers of the union "ill he fleeted tomorrow. CHINESE "SMUG G L E D BY AUTOMOBILE New York. Am;. LIU. A Helieme to smuggle Chiucie into thin country was discovered today when ii policc inati opened an immense bundle in the rear of an automobile. The bun dle revealed three badly frightened Chinamen. The chauffeur told the polieo he was gelling Hit a day for currying Chinese from llul'fulo to DEATH OF ROGERS Piesident Asked to Furnish All Information Possible Relative to Killing of American by British Soldiers, H.V Morning .l.airniil Special T.rnaol M'lrr.l Washington, Auk. ill. Kepreseiila the Norris, of Nebraska, Introduced a resoliilion today reitnestlng the president to send to the house all Ihe information he has regarding the ease of James Wood lingers, a m,. tivi. of California, who was killed in the South Africa jungles as a result of a hunt, by British officers, who Were ordered to kill or capture him. The resoliilion was referred to the f' reiKti affairs committee. 'The resolution follows: "Resolved, That the president of Ihe I'nited States lie. and he is here by requested, if not incompatible with the public Interest, to transmit lo the house of representatives all information thai may bP In his pos- Session Or ill Ihe department of stat possession of e in regard to the the klllniR of James W. Itogei-s, an Amer ican citizen by llritish soldiers In Africa, and to inform the house of represeniatii es w hat action, if any has been taken or is contemplated to luvesllKiite Ihe killliiK of the same James w, rtotrera." Chairman Snlzer, of the foreign af fairs eoiiimitif, iniiiiinicaled with the state department and was advised Ihat that department was investigat ing tile mailer and that all facts ob tained would be Riven to the eoni- iii it Iff. At the state department, which has !io dq-ect in! orma t Ion of the tragedy, 'I was stated thai the house resolu tion would have to be made the basis of an inquiry directed to the Ameri can embassy in London. OF CAUSES INQUIRY BY CONGRESS raw ct SYMPATHY COURT R DM Tll D4l, Pi . ,i L, I . .'nd overtook mm this atlernoon near I ells Pathetic Story to Judge' hi wn ram, tw ...nos north .t of How He Tried to Get Work! and Failed; Arrested for Stealing Bottle of lly Mornlnic J.Mirnxl Sa,-i:l I.pi,m-I M'lrr.., San Francisco, Aug. 2-. Stern jus tice was tempered with mercy today when Judge 1 eni psey. moved by the pilil'ul idea of Frank Miller, a former convict, can, elled the charge ' thai stood against the prisoner on the docket and ordered him sent lo a local hospital where proper care can be given him. Miller had been out of pri-on only ten days, when a police man taught him early In the morning in the a-'t of stealing a boltle of milk from a doorstep. At the central head quarters he was recognized as a for mer Inmate of the pen i t eii I iury. In court today this fact was made known lo Ihe Joiige. Miller was asked if il were true. "Why, of ,. nurse its true, vour hon or." said Miller. "Look al iu, a poor broken down eon. I'vo been in jail mr since I can remember and this lime I tried lo turn square. I'.ul Ihe slamp of thai place over over me. I'm guilty of I hinl" Hi" milk. I was ci !gry and I'm not lying to I lie IP ' dollars they ga V i i-'ia a I tliis eharuf. I.I and linn ymi. I spent me w In n I a r... ie,.t u left Ihe I iii slir. I look, anil I could not gel anv Kv el bo.lv I 1 talked to i i sick now .1 1 . 1 ever j,.u Ilk. in." mid lell 1 was a ,'e. and vim can on lin w hal ut all with Ml. I in Mill. one ill aid w, and o: r's crude a the court re given I hers. I'loie Mi. ss mov r om and s.'V.-la! i Hie Jlldg, ,f for ttorif I I I II b kept ill the ho-p ; and then a post ir hiin. ,al itntl is sir. found will I A-I'o-loflice I .os Angeles I'ull.trd. form. i-. . w ho died lll-nftol' rt Aug. i'i.--t rlv a posloft! Mliciile. ilvil II. t llisl.ff hosp (al in the .on ni;, oiiioitt.... sin , k needle tin-,- ,"-le rda . . thruMlliv: a sa into his head. de lo inches Thus tlo- county lav waiving aside a ner .le. l.leil murder th ol v Hiiilatd w a" found ,1 v - ..id near N'ewhall with tlo- ni ne.dl. in his brain and a po.- spent 1 il.ni searching for hi" m'I assailaiit. sev ei,i posed If A DIM Til HTTriHIDTC I In fllVI L N HI L V flu 1 Sam Wood, in Attempt to Ab duct Miss Manahan, Murders Youth and Fatally Wounds Father of Young Woman, PURSUED BY POSSE TAKES OWN LIFE Young Woman Hides in Closet, When She Learns Object of Criminal Who Searches for Her in Vain. I lly Morning .loiirnnl Speeiill l.rioril Wire., li-hl that t, mp! by larmer, ti followed tin Wood kidnap desperate ut - :'.Ti years old, a Olhel Ma nahan. the -vear-old daimhtei of Mat' Alanalian, at the hitler's farm here early this morning, James Thompson, Hi ven in old. was killed: Manahan ;Was fatally injured, and Caylord Man I i him. a 16-year-old son of Matt, was shot but not Kcrlouslv. W I spared I young .Manahan's life w hen the latter !gi d to diie him lo saf-ly. Later when overtaken by a posse Wood shot himself three times and will dit. Woo, lived on a neighboring farm. nurlng the nahl he drove up lo Ihe Manahan place In a buggy and routed out young Thompson, a farm hand. He demanded that Thompson produce Miss Maiialian. The young woman had been aroused by Ihe loud talk ing in Ihe yard and oierheard Ihe conversation of Ihe two men. Shi' lied to a closet and locked Ihe door. Thompson refused either to produce Ihe girl or lell where she might ho found. After further parleying Wood deliberately lired at Thompson. The latter fi ll dead Willi a bullet through his heart. The obler Manahan then appeared upon the scene and made for Wood. W'o.od grabbed an iron bar and after a struggle beat Manahan over the head. Leaving Manahan unconscious i on ihe around within twenty feet of 'where Thompson's body was stretch ed prone. Wood attacked iav lord, the yoilng son of Manaliau, when he pleaded wilh the murderer to spare (he lives of his father and sister. Vood,'s reply was a blow that I stunned the boy but (Ii. I not Injure j him seriously. Wood then entered ihe house and started a systematic Manahan. Twice he lot the rooms bill failed to lint the j .voting woman. lie then ran out Into the yard. Young Manahan had re covered and on his knees pleaded with wood to sav'e I lie liv es of his father and sister. Wood promised to do so if Hie liny would help him to get away. The two jumped into Wood's buggy and drove rapidly to the south. Two miles distance Wood entered a corn Held, deserting Ihe vehicle and ordering Manahan lo "return home." Arriving home young Manahan spread the alarm and soon after day light a poase had started in pursuit of Wood. A, physician who treated the older Manahan stated his condition was dangerous. in Wood's buggy was found a boltle of chloroform and a gold bracelet. Wood was indicted by the March lerin of the federal grand Jury In this oil. lor sending an obsetice letter lo Mr. Minnie Owen, a music teacher of Wichita. He was released on a Jl.-I f 00 bond and his trial set lor Sep tember next. A posse of farmers pursued Wood i .ei ie num. Wood ran irom a corn Held Into the road and before the posse condl v.. hllll had lired llll'ee bullets Into his breast. lie was re turned to Ilelle l'lain fatally injured. CHINA ON VERGE OF BELIEF Dr, Sun, Not Assassinate,! IS Expected at Taku Soon, Where He Will Confer with Brother Reformer, Illy Morninn Jourmil pr,-lnl flatted Wlrr.f London, og. -0. Heavy tiring is re,.ori"d to have hen going on at W'u Chang, i.ipital ol the province of Hi! Fell, opposite Hankow, since day bleak TiloMlaV, ai cording to the 1', -kin correspondent of the liailv Tele graph, who adds that no details of thf battle are obtainable. " President Yuan Mo Kal's written refusal."' the e ol res;tiiaden savs, "to permit the cabinet ,., amend ihe slt- ling ,,r the national assembly or to give details of (leneral Chang Feng WH's .ileuses ol endanger I rented a it. and it is I mini tie tin the :li.nlld that it r.-ty of the uroar in the red civil war would armv , eh;, ml again The nt. Kaily M ill Ti.-ii Tsin .11 e- spondellt. . "lr. Sun hies: Yat .- prfsideiit of lako. Chdl ch i iim . wil1 i. rr. v , pun ince. tonight . nig. It is i on-dil t morrow morn prob.bl,' Ihat r.-l I ,r. Sun s life will Tien Is, 11. liffol'f hi a, tempted at pi,,,- ling lor I'.kin he "ill consult wilh ex-Premier Yi. who ll".l from I'.kin and Is now a refugee in the Hiitish consul ate hire." 10 KIDNAP GIRL KILLS HAND SUICIDES CIVIL WAR IS INJUNCTION AGAINST PROGRESSIVES Topeka, Kan., Ann, ill. A teni poiuiy order -cur. lining the stale cam Muslim hoard H orn ccrtlf.vlng l (lie secretary of state the name of Ihe eight Hoosevoll electors nonilnat fil at Ihe reeent Kansas repiibllean primary wan tiled late tonight with the elerk of the leib ial district court here. The older was granted l .Indite Smith M Therson. at Ued Ouks, Iowa, The injunction was granted on pe tition of ullnriiovs i eprcsentlng the defeated Tttft electors. The aetlon "as nriiiigtit In 'he name of l. V. Iieiiinth and others, who signed the petltloiiM of the linos. 'Veil electors. They charged that they signed the pelitlons under a misapprehension. In licving tl e elei tors woulo vole for the eouveiitlon nonnnee. JUDGE POPE HOLDS COURT IN DENVER IVhior, Aug. :'i. Judge William II. I'ope. of New .Mexico, silting In the ease of the gove rnnif nt against thf llcnrylyn Irrigation Company, look the ease under ath Isemeiit when At torneys Lrtiesl Knaebfl, assistant I'nited States attorney general appear lei. ftir the government and Charles W. Tew, representing the Irrigation c. inpan, completed ihelr arguments. The defendants were given linti1 the end of the week to file briefs In reply lo the contention of the gov ernment that the headwaters of the (irand river, rising In the I'lke nation- j a forest reservallon. belong to the uo eminent and cannot bf diverted lo I water land on the eastern slope of the mountains. E Steamer Arriving at Honolulu . from Oriental Parts Found to Contain $5,000 of Contra band Drug in Pouch. , ll.r Morning ,?,ir..l,l Rnei'lill I.,im1 Wlrp.1 Honolulu. Aug. I'll. Smugglers of opium, in their efforts to clreuinven. the customs authorities at American polls, have been using I'ncle Sam's mail bags as carriers of the contra band drug. j. Discovery of this method taken by I he smugglers was made some tlmii ago, hut .has been kept secret by gov c I ii ii if nt olficlaN while all inves- ligation was under way. (hi the st'aiuef Manchuria, which 1 SMUGGLERS MISUS MAIL UNCLE SAM search for M iss i i 1 1 n eq at noio.iiiu on ,ugiisi imu, undo the rounds'"'""1 ,nt' ("lent, a mail hag was found which, instead of containing letters, was Muffed 'with $.r,00ll worih of opium. Killn.r mall' bags have long been surreptitiously used for this; purpose by collusion between postal j employes here and al some oriental' poll, of tile bag hail been opened aboard the Manchuria during the voyage and mad matt, r d'-M roved, and the tins of opium 'substituted. The bag hail I, "en manifested from Nagasaki, Ja pa u. DETECTIVE One of Men of Detective Burns Trapped Detroit City Father Who is Now on Tiial for Ac cepting Cash for Vote. llT Miirnlnir Journal Hurrliil l.fi,F,l M'lrr., Detroit. Aim. L'". W. .1. lireniiaii. a was the feature o examination today (llilin.ui, tin. first a lilermen, recently cry charges, h, be - I lie IfSllinony ol private detective. the police court of "Honest Tom'' of Ihe eighteen urrc-jed on brili Irieil iii court. Ll'fiiiiaii w . ni Int Ihe trnppin,. of the i the details of alderiuen up to llle time he alleges thai he. leple I renting himself to b,. an official of jlhe Wabash railroad, paid lllinnan Jl.iilKI for his infliie ace in granting Hie railroads rei,iiest for th.. use ol a street for hoMiling purposes. The , I. .teethe ol,l of gelling ill. uu.iintcd with ibe different aldermen: Impressing upon them the urgfiii adroail lor the rights ml of opposition lo the Was expeeif.l by Sev - desire of Ihe lo the mi reel ; proposal thai elal of the . iiiii'' i 1 1 , i,-ii. Finally, he testified, illimiau ca to his offici and a rrangeiio uts were made lor III, closing of (lie sir. -el. 'I he Wil lies: of VlsllS Willi the il ill , 1 1 1 o Ii Ml Ihe oily ha .irrallgene'U's payment of tl been planned Indlv bluallv I . w.nt Into tin illinium, i inif.'i home, and II. Al la.-l, he W re complete e bribe moliev . for Ihe allien, ii detail" ,'llecK at n. 'ft lugs sal. I. all lor lb'' It had 'It tO gO Lri-iinann oflie a ml gel t heir slla I - . lllinnan w.i lo go lasl and what Was lell which lllellllall get had told him woe!. I Aoeoniing to be at least Jl.il'Ol Olf leStilllOllV . lin- :,t b nan appeared pi unptly on July for t he niiiiii'i . "I took "III a Toll of bills." lb. W'itiii'KH said, 'and counted lla-in. I said. ' IIiiiii.i n. lores the $l.io, that I promised ion I..,- voiing for the Wabash . I-.-imk ' lie thanked Hie and put the ne'liei III his lell inside pocket. As be left I took lilll. int.. the next I o. Mr. Hums was there." The witle-., then testltied that Cliltnan. iv ben he realized his sillM ti.n. handed back the money and made a confession. Sl.000 BRIBE GIVEN! ALDERMAN, SAYS ! REBELS WANTONLY BUTCHER NEARLY 500 FEDERAL SOLDIERS Nicaraguan Revolution Takes on Sanguinary Aspect When Government Garrison at Leon is Massacied, AMERICANS ACTIVE IN MANAGUA FIGHT Health of General Menu Re ported to be Badly Impaiied; Subordinates Have Com mand of hsuriectos, (Hy Morning Journal nnrrlul I ru.ril Wlrr., Managua, .Me., Angus! I V (Sun day i I .clayed in transmission, i Nearly the entire detachment of .'.an Nlcaraguan troops. comprising the garrison of Ihe city of Leon, lo the north of Managua, was massacred bv a force of Insurgents last nighl, ac cording to reports which leached the capital tuda.v. On l-'rlday news was received by the government lluil Ihe liberals at Leon had risen In revolt and (leneral Clia moria dispatched troops to suppress the movement anil to reinforce til, garrison of the city. The government troops on reaching Leon camped on Ihe pla.u in the cen ter of the town. The insurgents who greatly outnumbered the government forces, attacked the city Saturday and alter a llerce engagement the garri son surrendered. Inslead of holding 111, Ir captives prisoners of war, it is r, .polled, the rebels slaughtered them Out of a force of jllll, all were killed except sev i nly. Following the repulse of Ihe insur gents last Wednesday night alter a four-, lays' battle at Managua, at which American marines and blue Jackets played a prominent pari as defenders of the capital, Ihe insur gents retire, I ost. nslldy to Masnyn, Ihelr headiiuartes. The Insurgent!. however, hud sent large miantttleg of arms and a in in li ill I Ion from Masnyn lo Li on through the mountain passes and were hurledly concentrating Ihelr forces at the northern town. " frem-ral Moral, ine deposed seen, tary of war, ami leader of the Insur rection whose health has been greatly Impaired, wan In Leon directing the operat ions of his men. Lieutenant lal waid II. Conge, of the American ma rine battalion, now stationed at Ma nagua, returned to the capital Ibis afternoon from Masa.va and reports thai (leneral Menu Is very sick and thai the liberal ilenerals licbll and Amend ale In command of the In-stirm-nis in Ihe south. Coinin mi lea I ion between Managua and Ihe outside world by nay of I'ur Into on the I'aeil'le side of Nicaragua, has been cut since I'rldav, caused by Ihe uprising at Leon. MOIli; AMI l!M S ILL III: SI N T To IAX iF. Washlngh n, Aug. I'd. Mole Amer ican blue Jackets and inarlnes prob ably intist be landed on Nicaragua n soil, II liie safely of Amerli'ttn life and property I here Is to he assured. This was nude apparent to govern ment officials today. .Managua, ihe capital. with the American railroad slallon, steamboat wharves, legation and the residences of tlic incrlcan customs officials and nianv others, is considered safe, hut American Minister Weltxcl has i li.l... I Ihlu eol et'Iiolelll thai hf ' has taken node,, of the report Hint (leneral 'eledon, on,' of the rebel leaders, has promised Ills men Ihat How may sack and pillage Ihe capl lal." Minister W'ell.el has determined rebels shall a,. There Is , clash belli is and Ihe i not he allowed lo grave apprehension the American rbels. HUTTON REFUSES F Case is Assured to Piesidin.q Judsic Willis to Say Whether Chicago Lawyer Shall Again Go Before Jury, ,ly Morning Journal Hpr.-lf.l l-itl U'll-f. . Loa Angeles. Aug. J (, - - liefoi V i Ii v of op W ol d 'lllllo to.lav ,.,... , by nsi p.elllg counsel Id ofler :. of argument, .lodge (leorn,. If. n huh, in., i ily i eii, v ed h Ims. If . 1 1 i i t a i p. 1 1 hoi In any further tiln.n 'f .'li.i.'to'e S. Darrow-. ignito' to I ' i .ei'ling .Indue Wil lis, id tlie Mipclior .ol'lt. the nuo n which ...,i.o is , e nsed ,.f hav -ii if lull.." I Juror Albert I'. Lain. It , assigned If, Judge Willis merely for Kftliltg of Ho- ll'lal at 10 o'l lock Hex'. M"i, lav in .1 tlllig. .1 l.lge Hi , aiisf "f ih I Ion aiinioinc -d opiill, ling Hi,, iw Ilia I, d thai i he el Id. -II, i he had be ll.,. I fi fo nu ll,,, r , I. sin Fain Tl r a I tola e.l lu tloli . had w il ho I lion, be: i ' . 1 1 1 Dan i. pr.-sidi u.li'-trceliT. at I .'m trial on Ihe Horn. pi. scute. I n in w Inch It Was Mat Mi. -ril In tile COIItell I'lise Ihat sivlv ,l,.v disti l. I a II loll. ,1, 1 e Was Do f lb,, def 1,-ed IM..I. ...I lor e the Indu Ihe defense nl.,1 of Ihe Inivnt had Lo. k- stipij!i. I Ih, wood ase fust. TOT ARROW URTHER THE DAY IN CONGRESS. sun n:. at I 1 a. in. executive session. I'cniosc announced he a pl lv lleged slalcuielit on regarding col respondeia e I "oii ened Went Hid Senator would milk, Wednesday between him and Kfconfn mcd n- John l. Archbold. mln.ilioii of Scouil- dlno lionifio as I nllfd Slates marshal for .fW Mexico. Senator New lauds billed In an M lempt to gain consldei at am for his resolution providing for a joint cou giesslonal coniniitt.e to confer Willi the president on tariff legislation, llritish Titanic icperl printed as a public document. Agreed to consider bill to i rente de partment of labor, Thursday, j Adjourned III a la l. III., Ulltl 11 a. lit., v v i'uiiesua . no, sr.. Convened at 10 a. in Ilepresenlativ e Hauiey (harmed He i osf htativ Austin wilh helm; per sonally Interested m wal.i power leg. Islation; K. pi .sen Li t iv e Austin re plied In a speech. Naval appropriation bill coiifcrctic, repori wllh provision tor one ballle shlp a pprov e.l. Mepoll I I III! lies leb.ele.l I BELIEVED FENCE FOR THIEVES Denver Police Are Working on Theory That John Zabransky Was Extensive Receiver of Stolen Goods. (lly Morning Journal p'1l f.ri,Me,t Wlrr., I'.rlghlon, Colo., Aug. .'(). Ilia John Zahranskv . Ihe recluse, inur dered last saturdav In Ihe back room of his dingy lilll, ' jewelrv sho. Main sireel, was a "fence" for lienv burglars and was inurdered by one of his pulrous ii tilting the crooks In a dispute over seitlement for some loot he was about lo sell or wilh robberv as the motive, Is a new cine which ihe aulhorilles lure ale working mi. Fvldenee unearthed today by Sheriff Schloo and Investigated by icpreHon talivcs of the I .eiiver police depart ment, leave no doubt In Hie minds of the' officers Ihat Ihe murdered man dealt In nil kinds of stolen goods. Ills fate, and the clrcumslaiices sur rounding thw murder, tally in most details, lo that, of u character In a re cent piece of ilclion ptildlsned In weekly magazine. The Peiivi r police and .-"icrlff Schloo are working now on the theory that the ransacking of the Jewelry cases, the rifling of the strong boxes and llle topsy lurvy condlllou III which Ihe shop was left, was only a blind; Ihat the murderers ellher killed ihe old man In a dispute over a Itlement for slolen goods or knew precisely where he kept the valuable diamonds anil toiler loot which he had purchased from them at various lies. Zabransky had been living in I '.tighten for fourteen .veins, bin was seldom seen on the streets 111 the day lime. When In need of provisions he salll.d forth al night and remained nil only long enough lo procure Ihe locessarv food or other urlioles. Ills watch repairing was merely a "blind i conceal Ills real occupatlioll. 111 llle pinion of Ihe police. Tile police are now endeavoring to liml where lie disposed ol llle lool which he IS alleged lo have received from crooks in Denver and elsewhere In llle west. Ju(i"o Shattuck Staits Probe Into Charges Against Admin istiatiou of New City and County Officials, , ( llr Mornlnic .li.iiroitl h,'tl lnwpil U'lr I mine dlatel grand Jut- by I ,si i n t 1 ,e nil, Aug. seml, -il.- - of II,, Ideled ii".ii lie dl a w a J.nlec V esl Ig.l ami i ei.nnU if Hi li a : ii . Imlav I I II III I e . III I I II it i il ill I 1 1 I ges haltllek, alleged f i. ill and ail hip .11 in muni pa 1 hi I - Hill iris: la pr.se ill ii is i 'b.i Ml'! w 1,1 ild III n i . w I : the nidi i h I e exi I. lit i I all !h m IS ol lb. I M.I I Mill . 1 1 1 J l ofll. I'l-lli I ml . ei'd old. Sheriff 1 1 llle -SlblV llfll I Ma oil: i , f, ,-,lt: li I ll.ll a I i ! a i O W II 11 e I.I i. II V ii.lto slate law iii ill-lame to I: if. 1 lie llllll . Ill lull i . 'II - ol d'lialli .. ling le.ils. d o l.-.l iii Th. jmv aflel noon Til III Sila Is the r. -'i t. ,i l.v V I of Mo- lug I lelll i l . if t VI ell- ' Was . a w i ' a .: begin lis " . I I' Tile gl a 111.1 liuv -sona I biter a I'll '.iniels, , i . i . ( - i . ; al!, I Will iiiortiing. II o a pe bl.iol IV Five Tunnel . Il l' mp. i: ia . Hon ,Vi Tralispol lallol . ..a i to- I he ,rs,,y . hai e .It. iii I . unity ol I it ia is not M.i III and I." I II, il s Xiio.ld said t. glad to see I nl think tins land 111 I . ie will gel om in it tee." ! secret in atfairs lot before the bul I -I. lar " Tlie s Hed "LeXoW . which has been making ; v. -ligation of municipal the II v w ill not a pp. a r gland jury unlesw compelled by law lo do so, according to m ment of ,i no iiil'.-r (.f the "iiiuiiltoe tonight. declaring lb present. Itiv e of West Virginia, legallv ii bis seal jobtoleil MURDERED MAN DENVER OFFICIALS RIVES GATED BY JlinY ORQZCO PLANS FOR SEAPORT WHERE Y i Whereabouts of Rebel Genera, is Mystery, But It is Believed He Has Broken Through tho Aimy of Madero, FEDERALS MOVE TO WESTWARD SLOWLY United States Gunboat May Patiol Coast to Head Off thu Smuggleis of Aims and Am munition to Rebels. Juarez, Mexico, Aug. . .Mexican federals numbering I'. Iliin, tinder command of (lene ral Tcllcz, arrived here early to night and occupied (his 'city, which was recently evacuated by the rebels. The loWnspi-oplf as sembled In a drir.zllng rain, cry ing "Viva Mailer,," and "Deaih lo i Irozcu." Tlie federal IronpH arrived on three trains, bearing cavalry, in fantry and aijillerv. The forces under (leneral liabugo did not ariive, having pursued an over land course from Casus ipiuiili's. Small bauds ol rebels hovering around Juarez, oflerod no rcsist a nee, (leneral llabago wllh the m.'i lorliy of Ihe cavalry. Is pursuing a course soiilheasl of the Casus ilrandes district In an allempt to drive all rebels from that vi cinity, lie leads ahold i.iMMI men. Forces; arriving lit Juarez are composed of three battalions of Infantry and eight pieces of nr. tlllery. (letiel'Hl Telle, announces that he has made no definite plans for Ihe coptlninwiee of Hie campaign about Juarez.. IU.v Morning Journal Hurrlul In4 Vlr 1 Kl Faso, Texas, Aug. 20. Kvcry thlng liiilbaleH that rebel forces III iiorilicin Mcxlfii asu i inn i'ti rnt'tifr on the Facilli) coast. Klther Maisatlan, In the (data of Slnaloa, or l.wer California, helow ho slato of that name, It Is believed, noon will he come the stamping grounda ot tho ( irozeo revolutionists. It is known that tletieral raseiial drozeo, the leader of Ihe revolution ary forces of the north, Is determined. to Hcciir,. a sea port. The ri'bfl com mander has given up attempting to organize a revolution m, the I'nited Sbiles border. He has admitted tho I'll 1 1 1 1 1 y of il, because, of the difficulty of smuggling aininuniiloii over thu Texas or New Mexico statu linen. This, the rebels aver, Is due to tho u'llvily of Ihe Fulled Stales troopa oi border patrol, a condition they iHsert which was not necessary tu meet In Ihe Madero revolution. With a seaporl, (leneral ( irozeo will ar leiupi to secuie iiiiiiiIIIoiih of war hy boat, an easier method, rebels be lieve. indleailoiiH that th,. I'nited Slates govern ni anticipates this move is found in tlie sending of tho gin boa, Deliver along the west const. Th,. Denver Is due to arrive within a, few da.vs at Mazatlau, and the press, of Ihe west coast Is bristling; Willi predictions al I the Incident. It Is reported that the Denver is in pur suit of a lumber schooner laden Willi aiiiiiiiiiiiiii.il, which Is bound for III" west coast in ,x peelal ion of the rebel arrival there. Special dispute, H's to 1:1 J'aso JIB- pi's declare lli.il Ihe occupation oC a pin i ol cnlr.v on tlie I'acitic coast by ihe rebels would not be a difficult l.isk at pieneiil. Ciiliacan, Silialoa, could be tiiKeii by rebels wilh UUl9 liiuilde at piesem. A lorce of be Iweeri I. (iiiii and I n I'fl.fls has ap peared within a lew miles of Culla c.'in, il.'leniled by a small federal ga'iisoii. Six Ii. hi, Ire, I federal cuv alrv and 4"ii Inlaiilry are repnrteil to la- moving owl-hind from (luadula Jara nil,, Sinaloa, but their progress to it uiounlain pnssc will be Blow. Willi il am bulk of tho federal il inies reclaiming lite statu of Chi huahua, il is believed that the rebel loices, tlll ,.r which are drifting soul hw . -I w ai .1, w ill have little dlfti citliv in seeuiiiig strategical pusltiotnl in Sinaloa. The locution ,.f drozeo himself re mains us much a mystery tia ever, wilh m.-iwie reports IcachliiK tlia border and nr.o lically no telegraphio i -', 1 1 1 u i o 1 1 1 1 a i i i ' u wllh the Interior. It is believed Ilia i he has succeeded III breaking through Ihe federal lir.ra as lo- i -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .mis pure cavalry and can move nun h more rapidly than tho .p a.. Here who ale id ii I, mil liamp.jred l.y ur- i;i in i x . IN ITCk i . .' I Au", L'O. Advices ii Vaooi'.arl report tho town zi.ma. aboul 100 Illlle f .l'-re, has been attackeil rebels, who were r'pulsl f. deial d, f. ndirs. Itehchl the town and n siego ha I i.l.e tl. f . Mo. I, -oel hw esl :i-l 'III bv , Ii, ,,l I. iii 1 1. on. I I-.-gun I "', I a Fassengers arrlviiiff li.'re re- ., i alo.l her slrong band of rebel.- f. .iiiii ol Nacozan. Kailwav tele utaph opcr.tlor? have arrived her Irom i.iitos and I'axaou, abandolilnH their ., I flees. . , III lll.l. .TTCK i:IMV MAII AUI.OVA 1.1 Ml Tin son. Ariz.. Aug. SO. A fight between small bands of rebel nl tel. Tula a.i in progresH at I'ortil Suello, a few- miles from Alamos, Soriora. late today as th. result. It was reportcl here, of a demand th rebels for the rurrender of Ala mus. The federals ert aaid t SUPPLIES BE SECURED