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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXV. NO. 68. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1912 Hjr Mall, AO tVnU Month; tdnjrlo ,nl 5 OmU llv in i i' i , tin VnU Months BEN. M ARTHUR FALLS DEAD WHILE AT REUillON Famous Civil Regular War Hero and Army Officer btricken With Apolexy Course of Address, ATTENDING GATHERING OF OLD REGIMENT Final Summons Comes Without Warning as He is Praising Indomitable Courage of For mer Comrades, the brain anil death I'tinic almost In stimtl.v." Ccneral Mill-Arthur's limly nils taken first l mi undertaking L-Hlii h lisliinciil and later tn Ills hiinii'. Mrs. AhioArthur was Informed by (icnetal t'hn i-Iim King, u We long friend ii' Hi., general, nf the hitter's tragic end. Mrs. .Mar-Arthur fainted and at a late hour had not recovered consciousness. Her condition is said In liu serious. Mud Illustrious Itci-ord. Arthur Mar-Arthur was horn in Massachusetts, June 1, lSla. Having enlisted In the t'nited States volun teer servlee In Wlseonsln, he served through tin1 civil war, being promit- ed lieutenant eidonel and lirevel ! colonel in May, ISH5, fur gallant audi meritorious condiiel In the liatttes of Prrryvillo, Ky., Stone Liver, 'I'enu.. Mission ltidgo and Diiniidgc, (hi.. I'rnnklin, Tenn., and in the Atlantic . anil'aign. lie was mustered out of the volunteer service In June, DSiir,, and entered the regular army with the rani; of lieutenant In the Seven-1 teeth I'liited Stales Infanlrv the fol- low-ill),' year. In the Sia nlsh-A inerlea n j war he was appointed brigadier gene-i ral of volunteers and assigned to the I'hlllppine expedition forces, lie whs' promoted brigadier general in the rcg-i alar army January 2, lHDIi. He re- turned to the I'niteil States in 1!)lj and in l!Hi had eiiiiiui.ind of the land, forees in the Pined military and naval maneuvers along the Atlantic was made a major general nd a lieutenant general in CANAL QUARREL TO MURDER MILL IB ROOSEVELT SPEAKS for the same office rT n t i i in. adili eMe, resigning as tin- BE ADJUSTED Oil AC SHOWING BE UNCOVRE BY GIRL IN ILLINOIS Sir Edward Grey Says Cost of Confesses nowlege of Number Maintenance Falls Heaviest! of Mysterious Deaths in on Foreign Shipping Through TO BIG CROWD OF MINNESOTA PEOPLE Isthmus, DIFFERENT FIGURES BY RATE EXPERT United States, for Many Years, Must Bear Burden With About One Per Cent for Sink ing Fund, West Haiiiinontl Joints; Men Die Suspiciously, 21 KNOCKOUT DROPS FOR MOWED VISITORS Frances Brothel, Welcomed Enthusiastically by Citizens of St, Paul and Min neapolis, Colonel Gives Views on Piogiesshe Doctt ires. day nee, liovernor . vising Lolh I ernur Wilson the r, tile mi e, .iil.il, puhlii-an eiinR lo an noiu- hus, cshl, was hi s .-iihlress erill iil Tall and (lov liitcrriiptcd main times hy the cheering ol tin deli1:-;.! tes. directIlections,"" farmers' program in i 'ha I ta tin, ma. Teiii, legislative pi oki'. mi. elal retornis. was ,ti..it ny tile nallonu l-'a run I's' Kit ll tie I'liiiUl, aiiiemlinetil n lion to prov idi the electoral i presidents an,, -noi. I llees may he eleeleil I the people. Sept. r. A ii o I Mil; sev -I lo re tod, IV I' alio I'll! III. t'.u 1 1 i . a illat ton I and i'o PI'ori am lodetul i' the i ipi-r.i- ui IP'S 1 ill'-'lilll- il NICARAGUA REBELS SUFFER THREE j DEFEATS BY 1 FEDERALS ,'t i in t MM l l ill I'f lli.it 1 ni'S, v i nlll't .IllH llil.Vt dtt' of LAY SERMON GIVEN ON RIGHTEOUSNESS Fprd, Inmate of Reform (Br Mi.rnlnir Journal Aorrlnl I4.11.r1t Wire.) Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. :,. While recalling the deeds of the Tvvcnty fonrth Wisconsin 'olunteers in the Atlanta. eampaiHii, Lieutenant Ccne ral Arthur MacArthur, I'. S. A., re tired, dropped dead, following an npo pli tie siroke. at the last reunion of the regiment known as the "Chamber of Commerce" regiment in tin.' I'nl vervlty building tonight. Within a few minutes alter venerable general fell to Ihe spean cl's, platforin In the mid.st or his ad dress, Kdvvin I!, Jarsons, a eaplain and memher of the regiment, suf fen d a liaralytie stroke on the right side from the shock of seeing his comrade fall and had to ho carried from the place The old soldiers attending the reunion there were about one hun dred failed to grasp the situation for some moments, and when they rush ed to the side of their fallen comman der, they found him dead. They tried td amuse him, hut the pallor of his lace told them It was useless, -that the general had fought his last fight and lost. One ly one the old soldiers turned away. They drew handkerchiefs from tlioir 1 kels hiiiI wiped iheir eyes, then knelt hy ihe side of their strick en commander in reverent attitude. iiur t atiier, which art in Heaven, hegan one of the veterans, and as the words left his lips, the others joined in. a solemn, gathering- transformed from one of merry making hut a few minutes before. A t the .-onclusion of the soldiers took from the wall and and Stripes over the Silently the soldiers reunion was ended. The-geiieral hud started Ids address hy telling- his listeners it Mas cxactl lit" 1 - veitrs ago when he and his com rades loft Milwaukee on their journey to Ihe front. At that time the general was an adjutant ami hut 17 years old. ills listeners were deeply Impressed hy the general's statement that out of l.l.'iO nn-iiihi is who had started away from their wives and sweet liearls. Tall either had died in conflict. ; ft... U..nlBa .1....nu, Snuf.Ii.l laitM.it lYir 1 was retired hy operation in, UnOOn,.,,.,, set The letter of oast. Hi in limi i Hum. Ili- law June L'. Hum. He was In com mand of the licpartment of Colorado from 1111)1 to lliilj, during which time lie visited AlliuiUeriiie for the pur pose of investigating the proposal to estahlish a regimental post In this city. Inning that time he was enter tained hy A 1 hui iicfu tie u lis and was well known to many of the residents of this city. OHves Testimony ati Coroner's'1' Inquest Regarding; Fate of John Messmaker. didate, science !oemcnt$, Says Can- Spiine of Peo Fiom Con e; Politicians Washington. Sept. Sir lalward C.rey. the .secretary, to the C.ates of commerce yesterday llrilish foreign Head cliamhor regarding the .llrilish attitude towards the Panama a mi I act, is regarded here as an in aiicallon that the negotiations lictween the two countries are to have a finan cial hasis, the foreign secretary's ar gument heing that llrilish shipping is to he hurclened with all undue, pro portion of the charges for the main tenance of the canal through tile com plete exemption from tolls of Amer ican coastwise shipping. in view of this. Importance, attaches to an inquiry now heing conducted on lliu Isthmus hy I'rofi'SHor Ktuory It. Johnson, special coininissinner on I'dniiniH traffic and tolls. lnh.'w or Sir KdwarU Grty'a Btulu in'iii: that llrilish ships will haw to I pay for the American exemption, i tjs sill, I 'Unit in the data already pre i pa red hy Professor Johnson It up- I pears that, according to the nest es- timale, the w hole of the American niaiu'.w -inr uaiiic tiKety to pass inroiigu the Panama canal immediately after It is opened will he about I.IIOD.UUO Jons, or a little more than in per rent of the total tonnage that will pass ihrough the. canal in the year 19 15 and 11MB. In the course of five years. it is estimated that this American Mornln, J...irn,o ftoMli.1 Wtr. ; 'oasiw ise loiuiage win use in u,i I'fer.son Cily, Mo., Sept. 5.- Hover- 0U tons, but as the foreign eom- lladlcv today made publii' a let- me.rce will increase in IIKc propor- HADLEY GIVES DUT LETTER SENT TO T ROOSEVEL Governor Asked Colonel to Pre vent Nomination of Progres sive Stale Ticket in Missouri and Thus Avoid Split, of tile prayer, one an American flag spread the Stars dead commander, left the hall. The from Ihe diseases contracted from liu inarch or had passed away in south-who naturally will o em prisons, lie said tile history of theja result necessarily famous Tw i lily-fourth was too w ell i'lioiiiina I ion of a prof, known to need repetition and that ti jt'1- l-ow oT the more immediate details "There tire, I bell of the trials and incidents which the republicans in this men 'experienced during I lie ca m pa ign ,-fcel more friendly J nor ter he s nt to Colonel Itoosevelt, Sep-i .ti-mber 1. concerning Ihe .situation In (in the republican party of Missouri. He would (Sought to convince the colonel that the!. Interests of those who advocated, pro-; gressive. principles lay ill llle renomi-j nation of the republican candidates! by the progressive convention. In the letter he said: "1 am satisfied that X5 per cent of those who have Joined tb'' progres sive party in this state weie formerly i e p u I il lea ns. And I believe, that a lar ger number of republicans are dis posed to vote for you for president than there are republicans, who have gone into the progressive party. This fact shows ipiile conclusively which iparly in the state Is progressive. "The situation that confronts you I'tul jour supporters Is whether the (ontrol of the affairs in this state should be turned over to lb candi dates of the -in, c ratio parly anil Its snieers insured by a division of those pposo tlienu would folio resive state Such v the lick- vvould be of re illlelest lo the list eners. After an Introductory anecdote he had started to relate an incident which had occurred near the end o llle war. "It was during the campa Peach Tree creek." he said, "a place about live or six miles from Atlanta, that on,. ,,f the most remarkable scontinu expeditions of the war was engineered: by the Twenty-fourth reg ion nt. with another body of the same size, just which I cannot remember. f our candidacy of the progres) bad promoted. eve. thousands ol slate who would disposed toward if I hey felt the action he slate convention rather that, impaired, Ih, ha nci - of the indidatei -leelioll I for slab f II i ml re-lo- a , ea 1 oi l' ice! "The men I'onnoissnnce 111" impress!, several miles wooded ridge were sent out with the fedcri II that the ,11. ii way. They f, for a dista neo startled lo surrounded "A slow- and lowed and after find they liv the en w , re on a re Is. under mi were illovve.l a and were entirely ARIZONA SHIPPERS WANT FAIR RATES w that dlillfj . I Ihe the toil! my a lit ions la vv li ng ret i ei most way out, they escaped union lines with no one "Your indomitable lb-re the general pans, Mi -o lids "comrades. weak lo g,. ,.n." lo ad, back into hi-, chair, lie ably attended by the Cioiiin and Captain Pal 'li'-d a few seconds lali ( fol- i.f the back to the t he W iser. i-oiiragi ." d for a lew I am lo" 1,-d and sank was iuimi'dt I ir. William ons. but I,.' r. p.v er.v body ton Sept thi v had been ;ross discrimination '.. of I'.i iimiii. Ariz in- inl'Tstato commeri omplaiiit against th, fir railroad. The firm contended that h ,eie charged on sugar shipiu rnia to Texas points than rnia to la-us, .ii. although iptuents w, nt throui-h nl, mling vi'lims of It. Meier & V tiled with nun tissioii a ill 1 1 in Pa ul if. alili eas . They 1 Mess II ;o!atol V isk for a refund eight payments order be issued. A. r rat, s : nts fr from i the A li -1 Me,- thai of a Hid ill the room stood up and led by the bev. Paul It. Jenkins, r.-piabd th Lord's prayer as the g.n-ral pas-'ed away. The general Was il.-lil a few Sc-nilds later. otie of the llltlnbers of til. regi ment had noticed that be had unnaturally during the ewnlnp. s iiig Ills coin era lion had been ep, ally animated and that he sc. im , I be ill excellent health and spirits. ''"plain Parsons, a life huitc f ' I' of lieneral Mat-Arthur, was prostrated! by Hie death of the general. His c.n-1 union at a late hour was reported as favorable and it is hoped l,v his phvsl clan that no s.rious results will it, -'rue from the stroke. When removed to his home. Captain Parson was without the use of his right arm. "There was no way to save the general", life."" said I r. I'miiiii. " tor " blood vessel hud burst Ht the luise of COST OF LIVING IS ,. PROBLEM FOR WftMEN lion, the same retain will exiat. the face of the figures, thin Indicate that the llrilish and other foreign commerce would have ;!o hear an additional burden of 1(1 per cent In tolls over and above what il would pay were American coastwise shipping not exempted. II is pointed out. however, that a pi opoiilonute share of this burden. If it did exist, 1would have to be borne by American ships In the foreign trade, which con retiueully would m on a precise eiplal- lly with British ships. Professor Johnson's statistics dis closed aii'itpr-r factor that Joublless will be urged by the American nego tiators. This is set out in his com parison of the st u ex canal with the Panama route. After pointing the many advantages of the Suez In the way of coaling facilities, low insur ance rates, superior opportunities for picking up i-argoes between terminals and the like. Professor Johnson says that the only possibility of the Pana ma canal Riiting a fair share of th world's business Is lo place the tolls at a figure actually lower than by the Suez route. These are $!.-. per ton so that the rate on the American ca nal must be sensibly lower than this, ami (lie professor lias even mentioned a flat dollar rale . for the first few years of the canal's operation. i in the basis of 1 ii.Dilii.otbi Ions bus iness, this would yield an Income ude- ituate to most of the cost of opera tions and maintenance of the canal, $ ::. ." (M). (i i o ; allow $.",ll(i. IMP) a year for sanitation of the zone, ami provide a lair rate of interest on the trsT.'i.lMJu. iiii, i which the canal has cost, not to speak of the Impossibility of providing for a finking fund. Allowing 2 per cent Interest on the capital invested in I the canal and 1 per cent for a sink- ing fund, the total of the annual: charges on the canal are likely to be j more than f I ...ihiii.iiioi. ,,r .it out . ') per cent more than the i -,enuc front tolls. With I iii-.ii. figures 1,,-fnie them, and the rale on ItrPisii .shipping fixed far below the actual cost of the ser vice hy conditions over which the) t'nited Slates government lias no eon- trol, It Is believ.il by officials here! that they will have little difficulty In showing that the exemption of Amer ican coastwise traffic t rum tolls has no influence upon Piilish shipping and coiiseiiueiitly that no discrimlna- jiioit is proposed in violation of treaty rights. Illy Mitrninji 4,nuil Rtarlid l.f,mf.d Wlre.1 Chicago, Seit. a. Prances Kurd was arrested Ipdny. charged with be ing an accessory before the fact In connection witli the death of Julio .Messmaker. in ii resort at West Ham mond, a suburb, on August 111. Her infest was inade after she had signid a long affidavit setting forth her knowledge of the alleged circumstan ces which led to Alessniaker's mys terious, death. Mile narrative of Miss Kurd is said to include the charge that several murders were perpetrated In the re sorts of West Hammond. It Is reported that twenty-ono men died under mysterious elretiinstr nces in the resorts of the village last year. Only three of these deaths, however, are matters of record, and the fads coneernlng them are a mystery. John Messnui iter, it is said. was drugKcd, and later a poison was given hypodcrnilcally. At least two other men are, nil, I to have met n similar fate within twelve months. The (piestioning of Miss Ford was delayed by the activity of alleged agents of the alleged "vice ring" composed of West lianimon I sa loonkeepers. As the glii was being; taken to the office of the coroner, several i ion were seen following. The detective 111 charge of Ihe gill entered a de scending elevator und hurried her out of the county building without enter ing the coroner's office. , Ihe Klrl and the detective entered I in I'i'tomoblle ami began a lime kl'i 'jlug trip along the boulevards of the Icily. The poll. -, had lif n holding the gir: w'thout a warrant and It was fear led that agents of the "vice ring" vvoiii I obtain her release on a writ of ha beas corpus. Miss I'ord, aflyr being taken In' dinner at a dow n tow n hotel by do- i tectlves became suddenly III. At first Ihe police believed she might bet feigning, but tvv.o physicians who ex amined her declared she was near' collapse from nervous exhaustion. She was removed to the Pridewcll hospital for treatment. I he arrest of M iss I from Investigations of crime by Miss Virginia ot hers. in her statement to Coroner 'lotf. mini and the police, Miss Kurd tol,'. of a bottle which she said alvvavs was kept behind Ihe bar of a saloon and which she always understood was to be Kivcn lo pel-sous under llle in fluence of I i 1 1 1 1 i and vim Wei. thought lo have considerable money In thcil' possession. She is said to have denied being present when the alleged "knock out drops" were given to Messmaker. al though she admitted having hen in i Blind to Pi ogress, Illv TAFT ADVISERS ON MAYFLOWER TO CONFER orii P.rooks suited Morning .lonrniil Une, tut l.rnr,l Wire. I t. Paul, Sept. a. Minnesota heard first hand from Colonel lloosev , it to day his reasons for asking support for the progressive parly. The col onel spent the day In SI. Paul and Minneapolis, made three speeches and was welcomed enthusiastically in both cities. Tonight he resumed his Journey westward with Claud polks. X. 1).. as Ills objective. Colonel Koosevelt's principal ad dress was delivered at the Minnesota state fair. He declared that the nomination of Woo, how Wilson at I'.allinioi e was al ranged hy the deiu ocatlc "bosses." f He expounded Ihe progressive Ideas upon the tariff, Canadian reciprocity, the courts, co-opcratlon of the gov eminent and the farmers to improve the yield of latins and measures to better the conditions of wage workers. Then he wetil to Minneapolis, and after a luncheon attended by several hundred members of tile Minnesota Progressive league, lie delivered wiiut he called a "lay sermon" in which he ttav e his v iews on the slgnlfh unce of the progressive movement from the viewpoint of the moralist ratlipr than the polilielau. Tonight lie made u brief hi Id rente al the fair grounds, where he attended a "farm dinner." "f am In this movement," said Col onel Uoosevelt, In Ills address in Min neapolis, after tile luncheon, "heiiiuse II springs, as every great movement must, from the conscience of the peo ple. The politicians have lieeit blind and deaf because they have Ignored the fact that In the last few years there lias been a steady growth ol discontent with (he sllp-shial Ineffi ciency In dealing with the ureal eco nomics. Industrial and polllle prob lems of the day." Colonel Koosevell then drifted into practical politics saving Hull (luv ii'liur Wilson had said Ihe democratic platform was not prografii. "Then what Is it'.'" lie asked. "The minute parties announce I lint Hi. -ir platform docs Hot tell the truth Piesideut Walks Gingeily on Game Right Ankle When He Cannot he Wheeled About in Invalid Chair, neiican Maiiues Hold Import-' ant BiiiLies and Maintain Raihoad Communication Be tween Port and Capital, v: ZELAYA OFFICERS TAKEN IN BATTLE Generals Mena and Seledon Resort to Loot and Extortion to Get Money to Bolster Up gF oi tunes, ll'r Mnrnln .Inn mat Sprilul l.iii.,l Wlri 1 New York. Sept. a, Still nursing Ills lame right ankle, but determined lo keep Ills engagement with the At lantic Deeper Waterways association at New Louden, Conn., tomorrow, liisideltt Tuft lelt New York, late today on the yacht, Mayllower, for a sail up Long Island Sound. C. P. Tuft, the president's brothel'; Charles D. Illlles, chaliiiuin of the republican national commlltee, and (Icorge 11. Sheldon, Its treasurer, ac companied lilm. Tonight and tomor row, before he arrives In New Lon don, the president expects to hold a lonK political conference, Willi these three men. .Mr.,Tafl plainly showed the pain he fell from his injured tinkle. j Al the Pennsylvania station here he was taken by wheel chair and ele vator directly lo u walling automobile and hud but few steps lo lutiku. At tlte yard, however, lie had to walk llle Mayflower ii'iun plunk and he did It gingerly and with care. Major Thomus I,. Illioades, the president's personal able and -physician who ac companied lilm on the trip, declared louay t m ankle was so much better that Mr. Tuft will be out enjoying his vacation next week. The president's engagement in New London will keep him only a few hours and In- expects to board the Ma v flower tomorrow afternoon and steam up to Uoveiiy. ll was said to day Unit Mr. Ililles and C. P.' Tuft will go on to lleveiiy with the presl ilenl. Mr. Sheldon may ill-company I llicui as Well. The Mayflower Is due In lleveiiy early Saturday and the president has no engagement that will lake him away from there again for several Weeks. ml I they condemn Iheniselv und it out, w ho Is and they compelled for pulling condemn the man lo stand upon It." mtv.i.v m;i:s It Wl.l l! IN Tlllltll Tl ltM. tieiiver, Sept. a. "If Roosevelt could win, then in my opinion, tile presi dential third term , 1 1 1 st ion would be, of more Importance In this campaign' titan any economic Issue. The evils! resulting troui any oilier Issue could , BRAAIELL BOOTH 1NTS SCHOO the company i tile day hetore both Messmak, heavily the da I the his d r ami hefot ii lilll ith. hel-si his lo llg .st or said If drank ,1, alb. linsl nr repels in slavery the ,.lt- I himagltig Intormatloii tain West Hammond dive k regard lo the alleged whit, Is said to have been given clu Is b.v Miss l-'otd. HORSES KILLED BY THOUSANDS KANSAS jSkics Glow at Ni,L'Jit From Fires j Burning Dead Livestock in I Western Pait of State, Say Travelers Through Country, The nates! pyobi, i lies Willi t .Oi , fd ! su.-l i- I to' end hi th e naH.ui, is j ,f . .In. all, ,11 I : City, Kan., which today ecial inducements i noth-j mole readily be corrected than the evils that would arise I coin lite over throw of Hie two term limit for pics idetitial terms." This was llle answer made by Wil liam J. Pry, hi late loday ill an Int'-r-view Ju-I before In- sal down us a gin-si of honor al the fish and game banquet of the American KisherlcH asMM'iatfou Inid here tonight. I iiseiissiuK politics, Mr. liryan said that the returns from Vermont were .-in out aging, and if a similar division of republicans results in other slates It will mean lhat the democrats will carry nearly cv cry stale this fall. Keplving to a ,iiesiion as lo what was tin- supreme Issue In tile pres ent t.tuipa.gii, Mr. lb-van said. "Pie-libut Tall says ll Is the pre servation ,, a ,-, ai.-Ill ii I l,,l. 1 1 govern ment m the t'nited States, but colu paiativel.v few olers share Mr. Tail's , OtlV Il llOUS. ' Loos, v ell suv s the i t he lx,M-es Is I be Mlpl el, I, my mind ev ,-r.v thing s.-i on vv ioi her the bosses or against bun. ' Den,,., i.H.i reganb d Ihe tariff iUestioll as the palalliouilt issue, and I hoy are not surprised to see Koose vell and Tuft dodging it." FOR ARMY New Commander of Salvation ists Appeals lor $750,000 to Licet Collegu Where Offi cers May be Tiaiiuul, It.r Morning .lotirnul PnfrtHl l.nNlt Wtr 1 Washington, Sept. t itivcrnmeut successes over the rebels in Severn I en gagements hi Nicaragua are reported. Including; the capture of u large num ber of directing heads of the revolu lion, together with the almost com. plete domination of Ihe situation by the American naval forces now In th south, sums up the situation today. Kit-go forces of American murine and blue jackets are stationed ut tbe Important bridges and stations along the railroad, and Major Under, com manding the marines, says ho will have little trouble protect mg the rail road ami nmintaliig conimunlcadoit between Managua and C'orlntn. lieassuring advices were received by Admiral Sutherland regnrdliiK the American situation and other for eigners at Malagalga. He reports that he lias been in communication with, the place, and rumors of iluniter hud I li greatly exaggerated. More details ol' the. re'eiit Kovern uicnt victories were reported to th stale department today by Minister Wetzel. He says Colonel Zoloritaim Diaz, with 1MI0 troops, defeated 11 5 1 Zala.v iilstas, conunanded by General Mai'ciso lierrhis the uiornlUK of Hou tember Hud nl Lapu.. More than il.uui) loundu of iimtnU itltioii was ' captured and Colonel Mulzes Ilerri.os, sub-secretary of wat in the tulilmi of former President Zelayu, was la ken prisoner. ColoneJ Abel Sanuiniba, a federal officer, was killed during this engagement. A mole Important victory was won hy the government ut Tlpataha, tho same day, when lieneral Arezlno Cruz, with TitK) men defeated a sim ilar rebel force under Colonel Sam ll.-l CeliilloS. At Tiiuiuriuila, on the cast side of Lake Managua, the government captured lieneral Alfonso iiius with I III i evolutionists, Irlas Is a deputy to tin- national assembly and brother of Julian Irlas. This party was en ii, nle IH in Leon to Craiiada to Join lieneral Mena. Ccneruls Mena and Seledon are using every means at their I'lUnmanil lo obtain money with which to foster (heir cause. To this end they huvt resorted to robbery and extortion, and, according to reporis, they have col lected large amounts. SOUTH BREAKS ALU COTTON CROP, . RECORDS lily la verthrow of issue, but to ills to depend are for him l(.rnll.C in bn. s the in w I,, has Issued an whi. li to ore, licw tlaitiliig A run olfli'.t r fin I fti.rrlal rftuvrft Hirf. 1 Sept. I iia in w ,11 la,, ,tb. ,1 ol llle Salvation Amu, ipl" ..r , Kati"as lily. Sept. , osl of liv lllg IS the gl todav ami its solutl wives and mothers ,f ih th, opinion of the hoard of Katisai ol fet ed S .., ,., i lend the night schools. I lies, m 'ml.- a nutseiy and kilub ri.irnii j lor tlie .tliiureo ot loe s,u ,,.-,, ,b r special i-inirs in cooking "! inov to make a J0 hat lor t Three bundled woiioit already j hjv e eliloib d. DIVORCED WIFE COMMITS SUICIDE Pel nun, col hit mill 'Jt I Ion Hoard Neeil.il Des Mollies. Sept. The National Tax association in conv. ntion here recommended permanent state eipisli- zatb.fl boards tax . ..miriissb and , ii. -r-. "linancni county Iteiiver, Sept. ."..--After being voiced recently ill W ichita. Kan., and coming here a few weeks ago to star' life anew, Mrs. Ivory 1 1. Ip ather. v ea rs old. ooinioittocd suicide at h. r home here by shooting herself through Ihe brain. Tlte woman shot hcrscif after a protracted .piarrel with lor husband. W. A. Heather, over the ownership of a small sum ,,f ui.tnev. Illy Mnrnliic Journal NimtIhI l.eanptf H lri.I , II, il-Kll. Setll. llle SkO'S o western Kansas glow at night with the funeral fire-, of oluirue stin k. t, j horses. This Is Ho- report of nan I-di- ers who pass through the I went v -si Mne IVr-ou Hurt liv Huiiawst. St. Paul. Sept. Nine person were i. rloiisly injured, one of th'-m fatally, - a runaway horse, on the fair :r,uuds this aft.-rnoon. pas co unties to w iiii'h spread. 'Four thousand Ing u cash value . lion dollars, have ties," said J 11 st in k sa ni la l v "If Ihe ,ii. - SI the present the disease ll.,-. ,v rses, repl'.-s, lit - .f nearly ball n mil - died 111 these i ollll Mercer. Stat. live -otllll,issi,,ii,.'. today. continues to spread te ll is but a IlialP I OHIO PlilX.ltl SSI X I s I II.IIT 'ol II ,1, bus. gressive pa r fight for ll, dent Tuft SI bio. Sept. todav beg control ,,f lie. IV nut si I.- The II its II, ohlo, P lather, mi inori. "II So oiir.-.i i . colli, I lo hu l' iii i ,n wa rin I v personal pl ess, , suv, -la li.-g. I lo lllllllg III, ele, 1 1 , I -, W llll I I e, ill, Iia t I 1 1 . II I . V slot II be that mil. I us ' I a ll v il.il . lie III I Un.i I- life I 11,11101 W ,! h ,, ual, iin a Sab atloli al lo hi I o Ihe vv Ilia I ill gbl . Id be vine, hing ami III. II, III, belielit Ihe loeil all con, ill i. s alike.' "And In would mi . Lei I, b, thing. Hi.- I ,. in 1 1 , i ll ,11', , I oi Hill l fell. II pll-.sil.lc. .H loll,; World lasts.' " In turtber ihseu.sslng Ih t a MOlhl Will IV Ol ollO - i In. h s the I" I, 111. VI I pro dual resl- in w I he miii b I .nil tin in, i re. II Lo I,. I l. l iilld illl ail,!, 1 1 a III Ih. d Ins I of a fevy davs until tile whole of Kan sas will be iie luded in its ravages and there is nothing to insure it staying within the slate boundary. It is the most serious situation Kansas has ever fined." In Ihe stste conv, nl, on her-, a plat I..IUI. modeled on the national pro efessive plalfi.tto. was ado). ted. it full stale t, ket was fiomliia I ,-d. and (bv - uinr Johnson. ,.f t 'a lifoi ni.,. pro u-lesslve 'at, did, He fol the vice plesl .bliev. characterized the Of-esbbi'l "il - politic. iliv the most humiliating char acter lit Aiiioileai, history." Arthur L. Carlord. of l-dvriu, was nominated for jovern.i. Mr. c.arlotd was a candidate for lhat otliee In the republican slate con vention, but was defealed. John I.. Sullivan, candidate f,r c retary of state, who was nominated ,i. bat Io nian b. e.i ton , lo I tli ol lll.l lla I ol d , He ll. Allhoudi Pio.lucin;; 4,018,331 P.alos Moie Than Last Year, Value is ?1 07,074,825 Less Owii'A to Low Pi ices, , III, Marnier ,l,.iiri.l siierlnl lrt Wlrivl I Vew i uie. ins. Sept. The cottntl 1,-rop of llie south, for the year end ing August I Ml.', according to Bill toiler compiled I y II. C. Hester, aec telaiv oi Ihe New Orleans Cottolt ev, ban::, . , v. -ceded that of the prev ious veal bv In I .i.'i 1 bales. It 1111,10 v i alue was SI U7.07 l,k:'.r, less, line a- ill to Ihe low grade, of tlltt 111,, ib- n asi- lii the prices ro ll out over production, is (li,, lowest in grade of nnV i in, past leu years. Mr. lies- :-. s that an acreage In cotton . r Hi, in ever before cultivated, in -..nil, wi.liiood by high price Ot hin pi, v ions veals' uniformly dry hot weather liming the growinfj late frost and lontf open irvest. lotutiined towards lion of a crop larger ly ales than ever before 10- rop i -u 1 1 1 oi II v lop I I lie I be 100 MILES AN HOUR .'oaoo, bill lo the pi. J. I' Ol, I" corded. If. I- f On A1KSHIP .LIOHI i1" in imago. Sept. The first flight Ii, Ainelica of all aeroplane tiavcbl loot', than inn tulles a ll hour, will !" to .nl,, tomotrow morning .vhei, Jul.-s V'e.iriue will drive a I ej.el diM.-ili mon oplane Hi Ihe el. alilig a.-lodrolne of Hie Aelo lilll. ot Illinois lo make the first test of the 4 14 mile cuilse. liver the patll lie follows will be loll Ihe I .ol del, It. II, lei t I O el till t i , .1 "I I Trophv race for the uoild siiiaiiipu.il- elup next Monday, va'ue of thn prop, thi u seed is added, tho ac proilui lug; -apaclty of cotton farms this ytaP 17. TH'. UTS. U,st year tin iiniiiding- Seed, was t.i so that lor a. ciop em I lie I value of colt. I wealth southern would be $!l.'l lotal vain ti.Pi. I :j.'l..".: bracing 4,,, l N.aaii Pales mot e cottoni and 1 ,M J.'.ioia tons more seed, thQ IV es neally JH.'. "nil, 001) Icht south ree lliollev'. 1 nil nig was tiu ar, lia savs, (hero consumption o the last y heav iest American i-iittort on record, exceeding the prev ions maximum of l'.H'S-OK, bf l,.1S.',,0Uii bales,