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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXV, No. 85. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1912 U7 Mall, 10 Oenta a Mould; Magi 'oplee Genu. Uv Carrier, oo viiin a Mouth. TIFT SETTLES QUESTION OF he decided to defer conferences until tomorrow. ills eastern schedule win then be discussed. Tims, fur onlj loin dates nave been arranged. The governor xvlll speak al Woroeetei Tuesday afternoon and In Boston thai nlstill On the following daj he will visit New Haven and Hartford. IRISH HOME RULESTARVATION FAC E S STATE BIGHTS IS CONFESSION CLEARS WIFE'S GOOD NAME RELIGIOUS GARB Huntington, iml,, Sept 22, i John i . i s . who served 28 years Indiana woman prison, after convicted of the murder of hot band, and xvho'was paroled six y ago, lots been vindicated, it learned tonight, by the denth-bed fossion of Henry EJpps, brother of dead man, who died a few weeks ICpps, before dying, said that poisoned his brother. Mrs in th belhi hus' CAUSES ULSTER TO THREATEN emi ri WHS T President Sustains Order by Secretary Fisher Relative to Teachers in Indian Schools of Government, NEWSBOY GIVES LEG FOR UNKNOWN GIRL Iml.. CATHOLIC CHURCH FULLY SUSTAINED Sept. 22. newsboy, will allow hi his crippled left so that Its skin may body oi Miss Kthel Privilege is Denied Any Em ployes in Government Edu cational Work Appointed in Future, i rj ! Rugh, o putatlon i few days I ed on i h a girl ho neve' has i ; Miss Smith has . hed for four weeks a I burns, and the utt j say that the only h i'v is 111 gran emit William the am- tag in a i, 1 gral t-Smlth, i North Country People in Emer ald Isle Prepare Covenant I Pledging Civil War If Neces sary to Stop Measuio. AGITATION GROWS AMONG PROTESTANTS PEOPLE WHO 00 NOT LIVE ON FARM LANDS In- Federal Bureau of Labor vestigates Conditions in dustrial Centers of Thirty Two Important States, COMPLICATING CONDITIONS IN S0N0RA quoted declaration of t ntted stuns Senator James iVOorman, of New York, that although not a delegate he will g i,, the democratic sum m- vention in Syracuse, (Ictober t. "to iikIii for Governor Wilson. Tomorrow at ii o'clock, the gov ernnr win leave for Meruntan, Penn- peak at 111,- CUBA FACES CRISIS COST OF LIVING HAS INCREASED GREATLY Goven Fede Rigfl His of State Asseits Government Has No to Cioss Line uthorizatfon to Without Do So, 'COLONEL OBREGON RECEIVES OVATION notltlcal nominees. Upon hli Princeton Tt Htorlai print he will leX it III, ill rial I WHICH MAY GOVERNMEN T Mil. , chits da yi CHINESE MURDER MANY MONGOLIANS OF GOME si. Peterel bommltted troops in Mi Harbin dispi ami burning troops mass, ami miitil.it. iml 111!, I fn-Ai CSCIll hers of then 'lt, n. .'. Ann. HI, -xpcdilion.irx reported in r plundering last, 'id's, the Mongolian! s ol women in, i prlncest otht'i ntem-murdorod. MORE n. body t "My it is, becnu In stand nil said, whei limb. or the v s in, go ,. i hayi it since asked been confine a ,i result of si ending physli up,- of her i tgh skin on ounds, at in tin' tin' never been I was a Child, i,, sacrifice l in KM Gi laid wa v able hi' is Believed Formal Docu-j Food Supplies Cost an Average Rebel Officer Sent Away Un- ment Will Have Signatures, of Hundreds of Thousands of Determined People, ARRESTS FOR DYNAMITE PLANTING 'OIKIIIIOIIS 101, PUDIIC i na is ion, tence itenei So Des- of Rc-with ADMINISTRATION IS NEARLY BANKRUPT of About Fifty Per Over Similai Articles Years Ago, Cent! Ten and Belief E: is Escape Shot lioni for :ed( 1 1 yi1 rals, ipt. tii 'i'h, rrnnd I dyn lilt ; it,' in ill, ,11. if Mi, I I ! I lt Morning Journal spr. lid I ,'ilM'il Win'., Washington, Sept. ... Secretary FMshPr's notion last January in revok ing Un' order of former Indian Com missioner Valentine, barring religious sari, or insignia from government In illan schools, Was upheld by President Taft, in an order made public today. 'i'lf decision of the president is that teachers now employed in Indian sell, mis may continue to wear the garb ol' (hell religious orders! 'ml the priv ilege is denied to any person hcrcul- ler entering the serviee. This ruling will enable the government to fulfil its obligations, tin- president says, to the teachers who were taken Into the government service when religions schools were taken over bodilx as gov eminent Institutions. The president's ruling Is the final slop in a controversy that has engaged. the Interior department with religious iiodies mure than a year. Commis sioner' Valentine's order would havej prohibited any teachers from Wearing religions garb in the Indian schools af ter the end of the last school year. I President Taft'a order, and letter from Secretary Fisher to Mr. Valen tine, which accompanies ii. lay stress on the fact that Commissioner Val entin'" Issued his ruling without con nulling Mo secretary r t lie president; ami while the entire subject was un der Investigation. Mr. Bisher's revo cation uf the order now is made final. Secretary Fisher's formal letter states that the government had lone left the education of the Indians to religious missionaries, and that When it finally began a systematic handling ot the educational problem it took over man of the religious schools,, ami brought their teachers into the government classified service. "The transfers tints have often been effected iiv the government's renting denominations i schools over I he whole put nt and as well." said President it appears that out of ers in the Indian sen fifty-one who wear a and who are regularly classified bers of the government chil s AVIATOR DEFENDS MACHINE WITH CLUB Chi stout I tor of wreck, todaj drcd si Whil ago, sept. 22. lUb, U'eldon ('. ' , lakland, t 'nl., ,l aeroplane fm igainst a crowd tuvenlr hunters. flying A rmcd with Cooke, an Hi defend tveral hours several hun- his was larg south sldi plane, n and when i tie foUnd a machine, breaking pleci carry away as souveniri cluli' he held the crowd i police arrived. new machine on the I and wrecked his bi stunned by the fail, gained consciousness crowd around his ig pieces from it to Seizing a k until the (Br Morning Journal Special f.ranrfl W Or , London. Sept. 'ii,- i hi Saturday, i September -Mh, unionists of the 1 northern counties of Ireland proposes I to register their formal defiance of home rule. (lathering in halls, market pile's, 'and churches, the men ol Ulster will dging themselves any government may he imposed t he Asullilh- It, ti ll pussed by th. I "Ulster Day" is sen for I his re- I id form ol nt, Instead of com- i sign a covenant never to submit from Dublin !i upon the countri mond home rub house of column the designation markuble political sacrum Home rule in its revh local self-governm p! i'h Illy MiirnUiK .leioii 1 1 s,r,l:,l Washington. Sept, 22. marked upward trend uf tlx ins is disclosed In ihr i can nl la bur's t (-port of i gallon of prices for the la conducted in tin- Important Industrial i centers of thlfty-t xx u states. I Fifteen Important articles of goods, ins w, ll as coal, comprising two-thirds Hangman's needs, wet,- Inves- T ra.rd Wire. I ' Br MwMag .Itiarnal Snei'ful rrn.rd wrr. The most Douglas, Ariz., S, pi. 22. -The (pies- " is siaie tignts nas arisen m Sonora to complicate further the ul- I read', ha, IK involved situ , lion due to the revolution and affairs have reached n crisis, according to Infor- ,i' tile xx Ii, II tin rod, a n -t te cost ul l a I l.ii- investl- l years, it I Inn the I look plOl I Fast Mill 1 into i list, indict m, tit nl j tali, in of d , $ 1,000 ball, William M. ; X met u ,i n W , Wiiii.it any OWII lie was a rginj iiie numile pen and ate 0 : During Past Two le-Half Years Aggre 10,000.000; lucomo lecrease ml I in nished ml. ina lion 'from capital. Thl frlcl ion t,e w , authoiitlos s ii, r sllli I has been n slate nee (he the Mid t a" ploic separation tor Ireland, lias aroused no deeper political feeling in England than other questions. the tariff, the lords, anil l.lox d- '., 'urge's ROOSEVELT SPENDS DAY RESTING IN E MPORIA Colonel Drives to Edifice Be hind William Allen White's Old Black Horse to Dutc Reformed Church, iking chera and t the tea Tail. .0011 t Is there are ligimis garb mem-ervice. Tii direct them to give up tin ions garb would necessarlij their leaving the service bei t heir X'OWS unilei sinned the garb. Secretary Fisher hold.' legal prohibition against ment of government ', wear religious dress; and which thej have n there is no the employ ichcts xvho that opinion is endorsed by the president. It oninicii out that sectarian religious structlon Is net given In nny of th, schools now under gov rnment control. I lly MarnJnc Jaurnal Sueiinl I.eunrrt tVlrr.1 Emporia, Kan.. Sept. 2. Willi. mi Allen White, assisted In Old Tom, rj took charge of Colonel Rooseyell to- (lay and gaxe him tile most peaceful b-1 Sunday he has had since ihe Cam paign opened. .Mr. While, who is progressive national committeeman, was Colonel Roosevelt's host. Mil Tom is Mr. White's black horse, xvhieh Irrellg-jhss been in the family so long that """"' either his exact age has been forgot- USe o' ten or else it la no longer mentioned. Old Tom jogged soberly to church with Colonel Roosevelt this morning and in the afternoon ambled through ihe tjuiel shaded streets ot Emporia, while Ihe colonel look the air. Folo nel Roosevelt and Mr. While sal on ,sthe front set ihe famllj curry-all h -! .kiud ii,,. resoonsiliiliiies of mi ning i dd Tom w hile the rest of the taxation. It seems most ot the English men appear Willing that Ireland should have the power Involved in Mr, Redmond's program if only the constant strife and racial bitterness can be ended. Bui 'lie stumbling block has ! sloped in tin- unionists ot l ister. Ho lulc they will submit tu separation Mf.v xxill have civil war, their leaders threaten. Home rulers, hoxvever. treat these threats with tiilicule. Members "f parliament, like sir Ed ward (.'arson, an Irishman, and F, S, Smith, one or (he most conspicuous of the younger conservatives who is not an Misnpian, nave inane gpeecnes in ch parliament and outside. announcing J ,n, treeiv mat Ulster win never recognise u home rule government, and urging the people to resist. Sir ISdWard Carson and F. E. Smith, arc to be the first to write their names to the "covenant" in Belfast city hall, where the largest assembly is ex pected, 'low many names will ap pear on this ii it it i tie declaration of in dependence ts a subject ot newspaper contention. Predictions of Ulster en thusiasts range from half a million to ,i million. 'I'hc Belfast corporation has recom mended ail employes to give Saturday to their men as a "day of rest.'' The governing body of the Presbyterian church has Issued a manifesto declar ing (Hat the home rule bill threatens religious freed, un and setting apart tlu day as one lor worship and praxer. The covenant is to lie signed on tin steps of the Belfast cathedral, and religious services Will be held there as well us in many Presbyterian, Methodist and church of trcSnd places of worship in I'lster. tigated. In many cities the Investiga tors gathered statements of merchants on the cost of living and specimens of these are published In the report. in June 15, I'M:', the report shows fourteen ,,f the fifteen articles of food .were higher than a year before, and I ten had advanced in the last ten years 1 more than .1(1 per cent oxer the aver- igc price tor the preceding ten years. late or lit. federal loll of sonorti by I'nlhuahu. rebels an, I a clash between tin in over the direction I of military affairs In the slate is said in nave nrougiu aoout mutual resent ment w hich mm have set ions re sults. Governor Maytorenu is said to box questioned the power of the federal government to move troops into the -late, and as the line ,u demarcation between national and state nowet's During- the last de, tatoes changed most least. Their advance! ; S.li per cent respeetix" I lust yuar, bacon, xvhli tde prices of and sugar were 111.0 fly, 1 'tiring h decreased po the Mill the lust lone-tenth of one per cent, was the I only on,- of the fifteen principal arti cles that sh, nved a decline, while nine of the fifteen advanced more than 10 per cent, varying from - 4 per cent for milk to 1 s.tl for round steak. ( if the fifteen, only eggs, butter, milk and sugar were lower, lint the price ot three of these four is normal ly lower in summer than m winter, specimens of the statements Ol met 10)11 clttn .liows nts in i' report f NY xx York ".Meats so high that if prices longer this house wil close up business, $-00 since advanc publish d ha re pc, pi. -lilt to, xvb, Ml II. to ll II HI . or b, f th, at ll nt. 'creta ry has he, rum, 'tit I border. I ea 1 polltli list, to r defined. Ihe conflict is ex 'ahllsh a IUW ah till tsten th. ilouel ' Ibri asjtr s a rrlved manii t ceptlon ed that epol fror day al I lis Pr mil gin 1 State Istuael Pndilla, representing the state re and elsewhere along -'ported to have left for l bis report is expeeted 'ulrhlnatlon of the con- gon. xxho defeated sai- it San Joaquin ranch. interns with his coin was given a great re Prletg. lie report recaptured mush loot All Of ttte Hounded i lu Ihe hOSirfta, at iek K. supply ing the six c. ,n. pr i ltd pr, mill SI, bill I lentil ildei my , t of the mill i 'olllm ibrl i . , I (pi. lit, xi.irninic Imnnsl Rpsetsl LSad ttirr.l llaxana. Sept. -".'. II Is felt gener ally her thai Cuba Is approaching a crisis in its history as a republic. Txvo iis uceup) the public ul GUATAMALA REFUSES DR, PEARSON'S OFFER in Ouatumula, i la ipo ,1 'III I of . Sept. nt has l'i III'. P, S. I Is president , western Rallr gale tile eX Zacapa distil. , udli 1 1 , .'.on. an Ai r the Mej ,ad Compi i lisni' pin tn t.uat The QUlltS- 'cjeeled Ml, headed bj eliciin. i b,, eo North- to irrl ,,f the la. nx is qui mind ; ran Cub, of her fin; honest and presidency the def, alci majority ? That tin last dollar loan has I, sewering and pi ctpal purpose I authorized, Is danger of Hit, donmt nt . thai its xx Its end to asl exiienditui tn nt n c the present statu es ' ,'an she hold ail rderly election for the h a loyal submission of larty to ihe will of th asurj is emptj I that the the 1 ii. .iiii.iiiiii Spanish spent while the work of ,ai ing 1 la i a na, t he prm- or in, not ri it 1 rruptioi the fin find in" ,'S. Willi in gene contlnu. Mil I I Have alien in prices." ral ate much Iged to dy lost RULES PREDICTS VICTORY low ei .lobbing price on flour al Ml cents on barrel and is a decline soon, retail iilvanee." 1 ''ity "Kvei i thing seems top, but nothing shows ( 'hicugo has advam unless thet I prices w ill j Sah Lake l to lie al th , a ny decline, Remarks of merchants accomnany- nig the price reports for May K.. told the same .-ton. These ate examples: I.ng Angeles "The decline of prints on potatoes is due to speculators los ing their grip on the market, ship mciils have arrived from other states and us new potatoes will come in free ly in a fen necks, they had to let go." Vic-I lllll mi, Oregon- and pork Is ti ltl Ql'UHTION IS NUT l!l I II.MM I'ralnlree. Mass., Sept. t3, ligioits question is. or should volved In this matter," said Indian Commissioner Robert CI s oi:. "No re he, In formcr Valcn- behim i' moi te Inn' il line, when informed tonight that pres ident Tall had upheld Secretary Flsh . i.i .1 of ,.,,;,,,' ,.111 I , o ., no , . parly rode said, as th ways did i mobiles. Air. White had i. peal to Ihe people , intet ets of i 'olont 1 them to "give the m in Ihe world be t" t rl plele 1','Sl. Let I show him thai if In the front porch and olonel Roosevell long, that lie al ienor than auto- tued a pupil I Kmpnrla i Koosei in n the s most Out porl 'It on, Rp- the i siting thing ;, coin-Kansas. pin them n any These plans were cancelled tvnen MH' colonel's wishes became known. His oioen who not Inlprruoted by the band j when they drew in t i congregation gathered forbid the extension reeiorm ""s .1' .,lni, of relieiolis 1 K Hew lioosexcu w schools. breath they me teachers Mr. V.'il, ntine barring religious gall or Insignia from government Indian schools, in a statement the former commissioner said. "The schools to which my religions garb older applies are not schools. They are public Nothing should lie allowed i xvhieh would not he allowed public school in the country. "This principle, the president and secretary of the interior, uphold in their order. They say that on this ground they will of the practice rj garb in public s "In the next breath they will per mit those fifty-one teachers win. now wear the garb In Indian public schools lo continue the practic i. "No religious question is. or should be, involved 111 this matter. I issued my older without referring it to my superiors because 1 was within my tights in doing so. and because I wish ed to save my superiors from ami po litical embarrassment by keeping the decision of 111,- uuesllon in It o... PI ii!.... i ,,Hin!n;u,r.i,i, .. hxrMi, government. "My conduct of the Indian bun included full recognition of the is ' sistancc of the Catholic ehurcli ,nd of all the other religious denomina tions on Indian reservations and 1 ex pect and have reason to hetievi that Catholics will Join w ith all Ami i n . m eiti'.i ns in support of an adWlll ti, n of the Indian bureau wfcicl t ,1. ax ore, I to fulfil its legal oldie itlons to all the people." tentlon t ban any m h same thing. Some people had pi The., had arranged Roosevelt a Kansas ning with a band en When he arrived he vants to sit o ad Ihe paper !t no more at man doing til 1'nlonist W'linen have formulated a draft of declaration for members of their si's to sign and are preparing a demo list ra lion. 'Die signing of the covenant may prove tlie prelude to a great rebellion, or It may lie a flash in the pan. Txvo years at best must elapse before home rules can begin to be established be cause tin bouse of lords can hold up the hill for that time. The present drill of political feeling indicates that the liberal party may go out of of fice xvithin that period. e Shi the riving last (lu lu price Smoked bi n in-, I n shun H oleum cert at ' ll'oni I fferently. ) W ( 'olonel i . begill 3 a. in., Topeka. REBEL ACTIVITY IS REPORTED IN e Pre hens. :; potato, chops. b CHIHUAHUA i he entered the building ; parture from t he rul .came whell Colonel I ! town. A crowd ga t bet i 1 ion to see him o! f and jut the approach ol Old j last trip with the colon, I Colonel Roosevell goes ! in Missouri tomoroe . mi when the at the DUtOh ruing ii" on'- he thcl'e lltllil The only dc s laid down oeaevett un ,1 at the sta- a Ised font cheer ui his Six Hundred Insurreci , Op erate South of Juarez; Part of Orozoo's Men Believe I Neni Siena Blanca, Portlu for beef of stock." This was food price., lo Ihe rep gated: I (eel ease I per cent. Increase in pr! smoked hum, '.7; ed sugar, 8; Irish flour, 10.7; pork turn, i i, ;i; strictly It corn meal, ii'. 7; cream sirloin steak. 17, i r round steak, I S.6. The advance dlirlll compared vlth the pri, with Ihe average for follows; Granulated sugar fresh eggs, ; (',., s creamery butter, 33 .1 ii.i; pure lard. Sfi.S; loin steak, 50.5 ; smok corn meal, 63, 7 : rih roi steak. St pork chnns '"ii. IMi.7; Irish pti s, Bltumlnotn cool sdvan, teen out of thirty-tWo eitl, Rals if price." shortage 1 i-oni ihe rebels 1 ha 1 1 1 Hen la ki I ;H'iiy.;il-l. I Word was reet ix ed from 1 lunnni today that Qcnerul Alejandro Vog ; w ho was captured at Naco several .Weeks ago, had licen Sent olelland I under guard ; mostllo, sui 1' pression ttiat lie would oecoini I lim ul "la lei fuga" -that he he shot While ''trying to escape." Vega, w ho was forinerli In business j at Cananea, was charged With having t incite, 1 the Vaqul Indians to revolt and later xvllh having operate, I wit hi ihe rebel leader. Kmftio Campa. No Word reached here todux of reb el movements south uf Ague Prletg ami the military situation Is much calmer than it has been for weeks. It Ii known thai threats Of Halatar and liojas to capture Agua Prieta were made for th,. purpose of keep ing federal troops on Ihe border xvhlfe the rebel bands 1 Mild I110I III mil es, and mining camps unmolested, . TAFT nail neen sent oxeriauu n t o . , ,, , f six soldiers from Her- Republican Ni'ltlOlial C llH U UKl 11 Clenl to eretlle the lm- (.- i ni.! . n...r XH1IIIK6 IU xjllltalO 10 boiiiei with Supporters of President in Western States, Hie loan was ed anil is 111 il not abati- rnment is at 13 to meet Its receipts from ustnma ami the lottery have reached t point till this Is asserted ini'- "f ihe government -is frankly admitted, nth the government doth,- first tlmut on the ac ta the sewering and paving lm work done in July to $4 jn.oOii. The govem- dcclurcd 11 found Itself unable I the bill simply because 11 hail th most uf it Last m, faulted foi c Hints due contractor; atuoit 11 1 Ing ment g,0 tn (Br made for the en- according foods Inveatl- milli, 2.1 gtatiulat- ".81 wheai 11.3; eggs, butter, oast, Ihe , lim, 1 the ten pure 11.8; ade, last, ears nt : remained unchanged and ,le, lined in three d.g pel Ii milk, ;;i.:i; wheat flour, hens. j.N. I , Hir ed hams. 111.3; tst, ii;l.x, round xll; smoked ba it 1,1, ed in seven 's, the prices ill IWi ities. Ive cities DEATH TOLL HEAVY IN COAL FIELDS 8KNOII DIDMT AHItl sti:h BY 1 m:i si vi i s orrit 1 i s El Paso, Sept. 33. - thterruptlns him while Imbibing ice cream soda end giving an Interview to a news paper reported, .liiaii Pedro Dldlipp was arrested here today, Fresh from Washington, where he rajs he rep resented certain factions of Mexican revolutionists, Be nor Dldapp wan lodged in the count) Jail and hi rooin in a hotel learched for evidence lie was arrested bi the departments; of slate and justice agents 011 a war rant Issued In San Antonio gome weeks ago charging iolatlon of neu trality. 11 Is said the charge Involve the former 'a-ipios flames rexolu tlonarv movement, sit Hidipp has been In Washington, where he Ri serts tn have represented the Vnsques the south oT .Mexico and x th,. Drogeo movement Dldnpp cv.nlcii secret while passing through Texas, on his way here, I'ridav ulghl. After her ol inter icXX'S lo the I 'I llnrninic 1 1. 1 'ha 1 I, . 11:11 una fork 1 Will he charge "I hi ixltli a inking paiirii win xctnber in Hani Howard oi ihe Onlted "The Issue. I ll, 'hn BpU ,1 Hon I.l Ii. , iri.il Snrrlnl ln,. Wlrsl Ncpt 1 1 llles 1 committee, a rrix odai ami am-era I held with Ihe manager of the Western hendquarl xe come to Chicago to , number of gent lemen xvn a leading pail In the mi more money, 'I lie contractors id- lie, tied to the Ann rh an legation anil siitfii lent pressure was brought to bear to com un , th, gorernmenl Mint pax 111, 'lit wag linperalli 1 . The fol lowing day Ihe lunacy was forthcom ing, There lias been much speculation as to xx het her the gox eminent xxould ho able to satisfy lite claims of the eon tractors due the fend of tliis month, inn there are Indications that Presi dent Home., realising fully the peril "I another default, lias made an extra- nrillnur) effort ami xxill be prepared lo meet tl bligatlon and thus tide h i thg crisis tor another month. The press continues to bo filled with pessimistic articles, bewailing the fi nancial and political perils that beset tin- republic Car thai tin- Gomes i spent during Its txv at least J 1 I 0. II0O.OOI that tlie only bopi cutting down tin- MUX I Th l-i 'h will the 'I'a ft Mi ll rmlna te -elect Ion , Die pr, ' snld Mr xvhieh tl No Wil 11,1 I III 11, let) ll I lie CO Tafl at -onllniu nil - thoi I Pf. ' of 111, iperlty ing t,, l'i, - ul, tariff and of i the tali sentiment among manufac turers, Storekeepers and tradespeople ts unmistakable and outspoken it 1 ft revolution in in certain w In the north service men San Antonio, arrtving her clxing a nun newspapers here serx ii fClcia Is was In K PaSo n him al noon todt esterdfey tin- secret discovered that he mi promptly arrested GOVERNOR JOHNSON 1 RESTS IN NEW VORK New Vork. Sept. 33. Afi,r four weeks eiim-nstuninc. In tin enter Join am. of California sressive v. f presidential at, ;: t ti arrived In ' today to t ke short resi i. ,-f ,,r. making an addrj s.- a' Worcester, ilass.. on Tin Qeorgs '. Perkins aoi D vis met the (oxernui at hit ' t MAN SHOT DEAD IN SALOON QUARREL Trinidad, cob,.. Sept. 33. Joee l-o- eS rired three ballets from a .44 cali ber revolver into the bodj of Juan Motitoya here tonight Xloiitova died instnntlv. Arrested n few minute ,11,1' the Slloot iw. oZ WOO 1,11111- Kere recently from Old Mexico, ih,- police he had quarreled with lictlm outside a saloon and that latter threatened to whip him. in Morning lull I HnerlNl t rwll Wire.) KI Paso, Texas, Sept. 23. Reports to officials bore today indicate exten sile movements ,,f refeela in the state of Chihuahua hi'loxv Juarez for tlie first time since the occupation of the border territory by the led, ral army. A group of (i00 rebels is ri'porte,l mining near Pearson, Chihuahua, from Sonora. the state to tile went. Anticipating trouble along the line of the Northwestern railway, the trains ll'carlng Cneral Hturla's federal army HarrlshuiR, Pn jkpt. 23. There were 118 mine wnrkara 1.111..., , ,i. coal ml ilea of 1', nasi Ivenu, in rding to the annual report .lames K. INolerOL ,.l,i,., of Ihe state I 1 1 1 on n ,,f n,i,.a Th pl od UCl ion 111 n up tu tin - Hie hlgliest ever known al fields. hard 1 1 1 , Been Issued In thruolte II I , . I 7ti tot, In the haul . ' Kl ltl l. II M BUIINS miiixii: m:ii voiai.ts. N'ogaPs. Ariz.. Sept. 32. A bridge l t 11 . en Na, o and Del lit" on lb,- Ca nanea road Was burned at noon to- ,1.11 i.x rebels according to Information received by railroad officials her,-. The pilot trsfln, with a guard ol federal troops which preceded the reg ular passenger train, encountered a small band of rebels and there was a grailuallv ell UK 1888, nh country w in Ulgfl t ion trnctlvely 'Now. '111 labor anil 1 oiintrx'. a or lealivit the Isniles. Ihe side of perltX'.-' NEGRO E lltllllg i, tor in 1 h, t hn d t be. campaign of epertty of the I by the pro doctrines, nt- Ml, IIIPIOX, u 1, 1 111; men o ill lime lo a iinderstaiidh then 1 11 II 11 ,1 -,l I'elUI bill ,1 n utu tip lib tent, sent 1 l'i" lis It ilatiolls that dill estimates say dmiiiistraliou baa and a hall years 1, Reports declare lor Cuba lies In , xp, uses at least I ol the political justify reasonable cneral Mario Me al hi 1 lit. lection. I, usi foitn Mo lb -llt unit th, under t nest. 1 Asbert, governor province. Moth conservatives and making stronif bids lor tin tin- former endeavoring t animosity ol ihe negroes liberals on account of men of their race during 1 un eet ion iii Orlente, an club an lib 1 speci al lia tu o I party ral Br-Havana ing to placate li u 11,. Ol III I till 1 a re negro vote, 1 excite the against tho abilities to the last Ih llt, latter n by prom- m of negro T CONGRESS 3 CELEBRATE EMANCIPATION DAY IVashlngti a nnix el'Hai prellmtna rj we ruing of January 1. 1 negro chili', throughout , , 1, 1,1 utlon 1 Sept. 33. 'i h, fiftieth 1 President Ulncoln's proclamation gfvns - emancipation edlcl of I, was celebrated in tin s oi Washington end country tod ay. Tin- BEGINS SESSION IN WASHINGTON nl in (111 ! EMPEROR'S AUTO TIRES MADE FROM WHISKEY battle. ci Ived, It i.' part o widely eastwa c tails of nil hetlex Camp scatt) il Hint th" i's band will red. making ere not ehels ar h has b Ihelr 'eel, W ,1 Masked Highwaymen Rob Ptlebto, Colo., Sept, 23. un at un earl) hour this Ik! ' d a gun to the lie. ids ,110. un acrobat xvho w as p le lair here, anil Ills sister, eved I', no oi anil a at' ll. but they ovel looked ills amounting to 11, ,1,1,1 wh ten dial. Ma kl ' morn I ns of tan laying at and re valuable 1 roll ot ieh then , Mill , Two 111 tin He tin ihhcd. arri 1 Un it in Ids persons stock ing were in id IIP P00SEVELT QUITS REPUBLICAN CLUB New York. Sept. 32. It Or OS learn ed tonight that the resignation of Col on, I Theodore liooscv. It as a no tuber of the republican eluli of the city of New York, had been accepted. Mobert c Morris, former president of the club, admitted tonight thai siu-h anion had been taken in accordance XVith the Wish expressed b the colonel some nine ago. along the toad have stopped at a I point south of Pearson to await devel opments. No troops have been de trained to pursue ihe rebels, According to reports 10 fleneral Stecier at Ft. liliss. 'lex. is. rebels also are moling toward Juarez al a point Just below Sierra lllaneh, Texas Their number is 1101 known, but they are believed to be it patt of Orozoo's army of ,1U rebels, which is reported to hnxe Catered Cosjtolla, the slate to the east. Since the e vac not Ion of Qemersd BueTta'l arntv. Juarez is defended by onlx atiout 0a m, n and a battery of heHxy artillery. The cannon are be ing placed in a hill overlooking Ihe Mexican border town, anil Infantry men ore rnsnqeil in digging trenches nil Mo- "ill-kills. Chicago, Sept. 22. Emperor Wil liam of Germany rides in an autotno- "lie. the tins ,r which are mad, from whiskey, according to Dr. 11 a. Iiern son. head of th.- chemlstri deport ment ot Heidelberg university, who with three hundred other -, n -mists is In Chicago to attend (he eighth annual International congress ,,1 applied chemistry. Ma, ears that rubber ha- been made from whiskey for several yeai at laboratories In Corinahi lloli lhat lecenlly I, S1 of automobile (ins. mad,- from the alcoholic hoi, .tug,., wore presented to Bhnporor William. ! Ac, .rding lo lr. flSlnslill. the' process f manufacturing Is unite iu-j I r Icale lly special process of ferine 11 tation tin- nclentldta Inrrwass Ihi amount of hasll "II in whiskej, thin extrio t Hi,, ml and use it in place ot Ihe mil raw gout tb.it tapped from rut. I.. 1 noes. inn pp 1. imi ii in 1(1 PHKSKMT l l lil.lll l Washington. Sept :'.'. Juan Pedro Dldapp, 1,1 rested at l'i Paso today oil charges of vlotatlns the neutrality flaws, left Washington hurriedly lasi I III-, Me had been here for some lime, claiming first to topics, 111 OroS 10, ihen the Vasquei Q9HKM faction, ami filially Zapata. Comer had re pudiated him. ITnder th,- Dial administration, Dl dapp was linopl Vm. nd nsul Intel general at ,1 .onatan-Norfolk. Para, liuti Berlin, Sept achgte jumper, tinin of Victory per hanger nam ed to th lumper Killed sept. 23. An amateur pu mp, 1 was killed at the 1 ol ii tory today, lie was a pa -1 named Hittner, xvho cllmh summli of the eolumn to ex- ipara- opeh I Ihe fore Than Delcsiatos Impoitant Begin Woik Throe Thousand Representing All ountries in World Today. I It v M.trning Washlllgloli, S.pl during all this week nice, -a of the world. urniil Spn-UI I-easef Wirt I 2 3. Washington, will lie tho health Mere have gath- p. rln, , nt with a self Invented a tits. The parachute failed I ami Hlttner fen al the nasi monument, '-'uc feel lielow. WILSON WILL NOT BREAK SABBATH iglrt his day ,la J.. Sept. 32. Follow ill-. rule not lo d Ipt use politics on sun. Coiernor Wood root WIIhou to ,1, ' In,, ,1 t in,,, nt upon the 1.,, 10 ( outer xx ul, xx liana New Park, Sept -.'' Acting chair man M' xdo". "f ihe democrat! na tional committee and s, nai, r D'Oor man left f,,r Seagirt Ian today to canter xxith Dovernot Wilson. 1 We are going to discuss the general SitUa- tion ail tiii-r the cenntry, si, 1,1 Mr. M. A, loo. 1 ii in ii DraanatM Dead Paiis. Sept. 22. -Lean Qandlllot, the ilriiiuatist. died .11 hi- home h, re to day. 1 1 ft "in mi quarters of the globe th oi n,i t experts on heul'h and vital tatlatlca, to attend the fifteen! it 1nl.1ii.1io.11.il congress on hvgiene and I demography, w hose sessions beatn to I morrow morning ami continue I throughout the week. Every impor tant country in the arorld Is represent I ed io dob gates, of whom there aro l.ibottt throe thousand. Prealdenl Taft will welcome tho congress lo the I'nited States tomor row morning. In th, sixty years of Its existence, this is tii,- first time the congress ha not in the United Stale- Supreme ef forts have been put forth by tho Amerio.,11 committee m charge of ar rangementn to make in. u one that will rank in Importance xvlth anr held. In addition lo the numerous nieetiass to tie held in various sec tions, with lectures totalling hundreds, a Vaat exhibit has been propureil in v building creeled for the purpose, con taining almosl exery conceivable ! x ice of anx value in the promotion u hvullu Hleaa.