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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAJL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXV, No. 86. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1912, By Mall, to Oeuu Month; Klnicl" ("ophf OmU. Hjr Carrier, 110 iit a Monti. FERGUSSON IS ACCORDED! n at nil in 1 1 U II I 1 1 1 II III UIIIIIUII 111 SAHTA FE IN BAY STATE PRIMARY WILL BE HELD TODAY Huston, Sept. 23. Republicans ulnl democrats of Massachusetts will hold primaries tomorrow to select candi dates for the November elections. These two parlies rue the only ones olfloially rccoKiilzed liy the state, Init other parties ohm obtain places on the ballot by petition. Intercuts center in the dual contest 'lor governor In both parties. Gover nor ICUKene N. FoKs Is opposed by District Attorney Joseph C. Pellltlcr of lioston In the democratic party. In llio rcpnbliean ranks, Former) Speaker Joseph Walker and Colonel lOveiett C. Denton ale candidates. ROOSEVELT MEETS STRIKE 5ITUATI OfJ 3.000 FEDERALS TO TAET BANNERS LESS DANGEROUS GUARD BORDER EXPECTED FROM CAPITAL III MSSOUB AUDIENCES cw Mexico Congressman Opens Campaign for Re Election in Capital Under Auspicious Circumstances, (ciicrnl Wood Marls West Today. 'at hinfAton. Sept. I'll. Major Gon-j rnl Leonard Wood, chief of staff, will ' leHVe tomorrow on his annual inspec tion of the national defense. He Is j expected to be none a month and dur ing that time will visit practically ov-1 j cry army post in the west and south-I jwest. Man Has IfJ BfrJGHAM COUNTRY j Colonel Declares Ary ! Supporting President Yellow Streak in Him and is Dishonest as Well, Greek Labor Agent Accused of American Consul Demands GREAT CROWD PACKS , REPRESENTATIVES HALL In Clean-Cut Speech He Sets Forth Political Issues of Day; Compliments Nathan Jaffa : and Marcos C. De Baca, (.Smm'II IHnpntrh to Uie Morning Journal.) Santa Fe, X. M., Sept. in. Hon. .Harvey i. Fergiisscm, of Alhuinteniue, democratic nominee to congress to suc ceed himself, opened a six weeks' speaking tour of the state here tonight under most auspicious circumstances. Turkish Army Kcporlcd hi Kcvolt. 1 ond, n, Srpi. 2:. A division of the Turkish army in .lanlna. in the south rn part of Albania, bus declared against the government, it is reported In a dispatch to the Time", from Salonika. HADLEY'S SUPPORT IS WANTED BY TEDDY r CHARGES EILED AGAINST ENEMY OF BALLINGER Louis R. Glavis Under Investi gation for Alleged Crooked Deal Connected with Cali fornia Lands, Bull Moose Asserts People Could Not Break Into Re publican Organization with a Jimmy, IB' Mnratnr Jannwt S poets I Im. WlrA Sacramento. Sept. 1':!. Attorney j Genera I I". S. Webb has begun an in 'vestigation of c harges preferred by j Surveyor General W. S. Kingsbury ami j State Forester G. M. Homans against j l.oufs II. Glavis. who figured promi nently In the lSalllnger-J'inchot con troversy and Is now secretary of the California conservation commission. The surveyor general and state for ester allege that Glavis was acting wilh others in contravention of the state administration In having 1,760 acres of California forest land listed in Washington as "special" In behalf of two lumber companies. Koconls were produced by the sur veyor general today In an attempt to show that lilli'ges .Milrsliall. named as I the California representative in the i lien lands hearings in Washington, ialso acted as the agent of . these I u oi lier companies. Surveyor General Kingsbury made the further allegation ;inat Milton I lien, private secretary 10 v ouu rcssinun Minium Kent, "ns-i-ery seat, ! sistel ('.hivis to thwart the policy of of tin- hull; the state." m biter from C'lien lo the of the house of representatives in the j interior department being cited. capltol, and stood by scores along the roar walls and at tlie exits, greeted !!.. W is ASKS THAT HON. 1IAHYKY IS. 1'I .IKU SSO.V, Miiiociauc nnimeo inr Congress' from New .Mexico. i ne crowd Willi h tilled both first floor anil galler I ongressman Fi rgusson when be rose to speak. M. T. Dunlavy, president of the Sulita Fe County Dcniocrulic club and u promlnciu .vi ung attorney, presided and introduced .Mr. Fergusson In a orict talk. Previous to the introduc tion of the speaker of the evening, the First regiment bund, after a short con cert n the plaza. 'marched to the capl tol' mid rendered several selections while the crowd was gathering. .Mr. Fcrgusson's audience was a truly .representative one, practically every state official, who was in the city rC'.irdlcHs of politics, being pres ent, while a number of prominent New .Mexicans from over the stale were in thi' audience, .Mr. Fergusson had his audience with him from the start and many en thusiastic bursts of applause marked his speech, especially each reference to Woodrovv Wilson. Before launching into his address proper, Mr. Fergus son spoke briefly of the two leading, opposing candidates, for congress, .Marcos C. do Paca, the progressive nominee, and Nathan Jaffa, the re publican candidate. Mr. Fergusson spoke tis follows: Follow Citizens, Ladles and Gentle men: As the candidate of the -democratic party for congress, I want to say first that my competitors ore both men for whom I have nothing but words of kindly consideration. Hon. Marcos C. de tinea, a native of the soli of New Mexico, has lived all his life among us, and has so lived as 10 receive the nomination for Ciii Ki'css i,y the progressives a party ivhleh In Xew Mexico, as in other states, is striving for pure govern ment, civic virtue and eiual justice among men. Such ti nomination is n testimonial u well as a distinction. Hon. Xnthan Jaffa has lived many years in x,.v .Mexico, and has attained a high standing as an upright, suc cessful business man. But many of his friends regret that he has lent Idmolr to the service of the discredit ed ring of sclf-servlns politeians, who brought New Mexico into such bad repute nK territory, to help that ring back Into power In our new state, j They have selected Mr. Jaffa, not be- I cause they want him, but because they need him. Only last year 'when they thought they were strong, thev ret used to nominate him for gover nor, an office for which his honesty and business sense fitted him. Xow, they b,(? liim to save them It Is "Help. Cassius, or I sink:" As to iii adf, the efficient n nsr.jp ers of our state have made I n what I have done, and what I have outlined to do. Right month is a short tim In which to accomplish things in a body as large as congress, composed of able men of erotiR coll ections. It is a tssk to hi them ( IIAIH.F.S I IK INVK-STIGATKI) San Francisco,, Sept. L':t. Appear ing before the state conservation com mission today, Secretary Louis It. Gla vis. requested that It institute at once an Investigation of the accusations made against him by Surveyor General Kingsbury and State Forester Ho ri i a lis. I I i in i J Herbert Hadlcy, of Missouri, In the opinion of Colonel Roosevelt, as lie expressed It today, will .loin the pi' t Kresslve party In the national cam- palgn. "1 not merely hope, but hc i ileve," said Colonel Roosevelt that "governor Hadlcy will yet decide to stand with us." Colonel Koosevclt saw nothlnv rf the governor during his trip through this state. Beginning the day In Kansas, Col onel Roosevelt '.nine Into .Missouri nn l spoke at Springfield and Joplln with a number of short speeches from the train at other points. He attack'-,; the republican national eoininlt!c. saying that It had separated fore", r the people from the republican party and had "boarded up the party until yon could not get Into It with a Jlm mv," He told the people In Speaker Champ Clark's home state that Mr. Clark hud i"en h..nl"n In the demo cratic convention, although he had beaten Governor Wilson In the pri maries. In the crowd al l.amar, Missouri there was n man with huge hearing the words: "We want Tall; let Well enough alone." The banner attracted Colonel UooHuvelt's ,atlention. Bending over ihe railing of his car, ne pointed to the man with the banner and said: "Any man who supports the receiv er of stolen goods stands on the level with the receiver of the stolen goods. He Is H dishonest man and .Is unfit to "Hsocbite with honest men." As the train d'ew out. Colonel lloosevelt called to the crowd, "Good bye, honest men." When the colonel rendu. I Siring- field ne round another Tart banner and saw a number of nlon wearing Taft badges. Peonage Resigns and Miners Look Upon Action as Favor able to Their Cause, BODY OF GREEKS FIRE ON DEPUTIES Protection for United States Citizens in Country South of Arizona Boundary, MORMON COLONISTS WILL NOT RETURN ITAFT CONFERS WITH REPUBLICAN LEADERS New Vork. Sepi, ... President Taft will hold several conferences witli political lead, rs here tomorrow. He Is due to arrive from Washington al f :i :iii p. m. li,, will go to th. Ills brother. Ilcnrv W. Taft. he w see i allers din ing the noon and eveiriig. Charles 1 1. 1 1 illes. i bairmau republican national commute, Union Leaders Denounce the'Arres of General Campa Due home W here altel- Cf til" , who was in the west tod.iy, will arrive In tllll,! to see the president, George it. Sheldon, national treasurer; James p. Iteynolds, national x.eivtai.i, and Air. .Hllles will (liSCIC's tile progress of the national campaign, Itnlii I'rctciil Hating at Columbus Columbus, i .. Sept. linin caused llie postponement ,,, today's program i-r the Grand circuit rue, s which were to lor. e open, d tliis after noon for a two-weeks- meeting. Tile first , lav's program will he laced tomoriow ami the Frldnj 's events will be otter,. I Satiirduv. an open day. THRONGS STRUGGLE TO HEAR BRYAN S Shooting. of Officers as In stigated by People Unfriend ly to Labor'Organizations. i ijt r r i i Aff io vviK! or heoei urncoi Who Makes Disclosuie of Plans of Insuircctos, OSCAR STRAUS IY BE NOMINEE OF LOS ANGELES SPEECRES Nebiaskan Add i esses Scheduled Delivers a Dozen Wlieie He Was for Four Discus sions of Campaign Issues. V.7o1!l"''""r!l", .,,'?,',, ''"" W t iBr Momln, Jmnil anwlal 1.M Wlr..J oplln. Mo.. Sept. 2.1. Governor i:inglmm, CtahoSept. 53. Develop" nients todny In the strike of 4,fiio Bingham copper miners. Instead of re sulting in a widening of H breach, look n turn toward a peaceful settle ment. The ulinoiuicenu nl by General Man ager Jackliiiir. of the 1'tah Copper Company, that L. G. Skllrls. employ ment agent. Imd resigned, was receiv ed here with entluislam by the strik ers. on behalf of Hie miners, A. I,. Wilde, secretory-treasurer and busi ness agent of the Associated I'nion of Steam Shovelmen, made an nppenl to the governor to- tiring about n meet. I lug of the union leaders and officials I of the copper company -for settle ment of their differences. Although the leaders of the strikers are encouraged over the outlook fur a Peaceful culmination, l) puty Sheriff T. Schwelscr reported that a clash be tween the Greeks and deputies on guard at I'ppcr Bltighnm was nar rowly averted today. A number of Greeks githereil on the hillside opposite wheru the steam banner i""'-"''''" 11,1 l'"c nnd sent a shower of ouncis down around the deputies. No one was hurt, hut several had narrow escapes, only the efforts of the ofrl-l s In charge of th? deputies 'prevent - cd the latter fintu. Veturnlrig the fire anil precipitating a battle. Soon, however, the Greeks 'roused firing and disappeared over the hill. nnen oificcrs of the local union were InformeM ' of the Incident thev tieclured It was the work of persons not in sympathy with the union. Sec retary Locke of the.hirul miners staled tonight that the resignation of Sklirls foreshadow od , an' early settlement. Cludad Porfirio Diaz, Sept. I'll. General Pascual Orozco Is re Ported marching overland at the head of Mill rebels to attack this city. General Blanquet with SOU federals, arrived late tonight to reinforce the g-arrlson. REPUBLICANS PENSION WIDOWED MOTHERS SAYS SP urn Opinion of Workers Connected with Catholic Charities is That Homes Should Never be Broken Up. l.T Mornii.c Ji.urnul Spc li.t IK.r.l M Irr.l n .i.-iiiiigion, ,-sept. z.i. now ik st lo care for delinquent and dependent ! children and needy families was the! theme of the papers nnd addresses at the meetings of the national confi r ence of Catholic charities today. Three scwlons of the conference were held simultaneously during the forenoon nt the Catholic university (Continued )n riS' Sl.) and this afternoon President Taft re ceived the delegates at the White House, and told them their presence "'suggested the pussage w know from scripture, "the greatest of all Is char ity.' "' The most experienced men an I Vonien In Catholic i hutity work were xpeakers on today's program. Mrs. Thaddcus J. Meder of the I 'at hi. lie woman's league of Chicago, discuss ing "Necessary Legislation." advocated an appropriation by congress of $5. OUU for the suppression of the white sluve traffic, and condemned the teaching of sex hygiene in schools. "I am a bit old fashioned." she said, "when it comes to eugenics, and I offer a pruyer of thanksgiving every day that my boy has been told the story of life by his mother Instead of lby some disinterested school inarm." Miss Mary Schinnb k. prulwtiou officer of Cincinnati, said it were bet ter for the state to support the home, through the juvenile court or some charitable stale agency and keep the mother and children together, than for the home to be broken up and the children placed In a charitable insti tution. She urged that widows be pensioned bv the state and allowed to rare for ! their own children, a.- half a dozen tates already are doing. I "I have noticed several Taft badges in your town, he said, and Ihev are the appropriate color of yellow. There never was a yellower pcrformn nee than that of the republican managir'" at Chicago convention, and the bud res are just the right color. The in. in who puts one on shows that he has a yellow streak somewhere." Colonel P.ooneVelt then spoke of Governor Hadley, "I wish to express luy appreciation," said he, "of the way Missouri stood by me In the primaries, and the way; a man J have always admired Gov- ! ernor Hadley, stood by me. I not merely hope, but believe that Gov ernor Hadley will y. t decide to stand with us.'" The colonel attacked the repill. Il ea n national committee In his spei'h hero. "T''t- republican nati aial i . tniu't tce. lust June; sundered llie part nership between the republican or ganization and the people. Now it serves notice upon the people that they never again will be admitted to ! the partnei ship. "Some people say we should stay In the party and punish them from the. Inside., Stay in the party! Why, the people can't get Into the party. The, national committee has boarded up the party until you could not get in with a Jimmy. Ilrccntly the na tional committee has passed rules expllolty si lting that M will override the primary laws of the t 'e committee is composed of 1'..! i men, most ot tiieni siiauy. All of them," u man In the The -three awd .shouted. "Well, pretty nearly all," the colo nel said. " "There were Inst about enough of the other kind to have saved fodom and Gomorrah. "The democratic platform and the utterances of Mr. Wilson show that the success of the democrats means plunging the country Into Industrial chaos. We propose to pass prosperity around. If .Mr. Wilson's program Is passed,' there won't be any prosperity to pus around." GRADUATED REWARD OFFERED BY CHINKS San FraneiMo. Sept. ;:!. A gradu ated reward, hanging being desig nated as worth mii, to the person who brings about such punishment tu the Chinese sponsible tor the murder last sSUtrfrilti v of Gee Sjm. a restau rant proprietor, was offered today by th- Oil".. slv Companies. IJfe Imprisonment will be regarded by the payment of $400: second degree murder conviction by and mail- slaughter conviction l,y JliiO. Mvllrls had been charged with practlc- ilng the peonage system among the Creek employes. The charge is denied by officers of the Ftah Copper Com pany, who say that the resignation of Skllrls was accepted only because It would eliminate one of the alleged grievances against llie company. J. C. I.owney and Vnnco Terzacll. executive board members of the West ern Federation of Miners, who spent cue uay in Salt Ijike city conferring wltlt other leaders, said tonight that the resignation of Skllrls Is secondary (o the demands for a higher wage scale and Is not a sufficient concession-to cause any of the strikers to Bo back to work. Deputy sheriffs patrolling the Bingham and Garfield railroad, own ed by the ITtah Copper Company, re ported the rinding today of three boxes of dynamite, beneath the. Texas Free man canyon bridge. short distance below (lie Bingham depot. Cnlon of ficials claim th al none of their mh.ii are responsible and that thev have evidence that It was put there so It might be found ami suspicion cmmi against the strikers, lleporfs of the dynamite discoveries have iK-cn numerous, but In most cases where, dynamite really was found, It has been proven that the ex plosives Were left r.y m. tiers When; they walked out. i Ur Mill-sing .Imiriwil Mpeelnt Trior Wlr.) Doug-Ins, Ariz., Sept. 2.i. The whereabouts of the principal bands of rebels operating south of Douglas continue to be a mystery to the Mex ican a ul horltles, but the most relbible Information has them In Ihe Ajo mountains southwest of Agna Prleta. Mexican officials scout the theory that Antonio llujuu bus returned to Chi huahua and assert that the rebels said to be threatening the town of Pear son, m ar the Somrn line, Is a part of the Salayar band, commanded by Luis! r ernanil.'X, w ho Is said to nave qiiar- rded w ith Salaar over a div ision of I the silver bullion stolen from Kl Tin re. mine. Fernandez Is said to have gone to Cliihuabiia with "all men and part of tile loot. Americans who were taken prison ers prior to the buttle of San Joaquin ranch last Thursday, assert that both 110.1ns and Sn;...ar were tn the band routed by Colonel ohrogiui. I Mexican Consul Cnestu received word today that .1,(10(1 federal troops would leave Mexico City next Wednes day for Aguu Prleta by way of Kl I'hso I ami Douglas, In response to the In sistent demand of American Consul Dye, that American Interests In So li ora be protected, t'pon their an ival the troops will be distributed through-J out the northern part of the state. Consul Dye's request provided for Progressive Candidate Indi cates He Will Accept If G, 0, P. Endorses Him as Candi date for Governor, ROOSEVELT SCORED BY PEERLESS ONE Bull Moose Welcomed" "fa to Ranks of Piogressives But is Ridiculed as Late Date Convert to Paity, Hly Moraine Jonrtiul sitei lnl I evx-il Wlrr.l Saratoga, , v., Sept, j:!. -The name of usear S. Straus, gubernator ial candidate of Ihe progressive piirlv, may be presented to the republican stat.. convention as Us candid. lie for gov ernor. Senator Joseph 'I'. Xcwcnmh, of j X.-w Vork, upon his arrival tonight, I aiilhorl.ed a statement In which he lly Muriiln .liairiuil Sprelnt l.rnrit Mlm. I . Angeles. V.t. -j:t William J. I.rvan delivered a doxeu addresses In Los Angeles today, although only four had been scheduled. He first spoke lo women demociuts fit n breakfast I bey tendered him and t licit addressed a hotel lobby throng that defied tho police to disperse it without a speech. An linmcii'. throng held bin, later tit the auditorium and at noon thousands of w orklngineii crowded a prize fight pavilion and gathered al two overflow meetings. In the afternoon. Mr. Hryun spoke to many thousands at Fiesta park where the police had difficulty In controlling Hi,, crowds, tJefor rcuchiiig the i, ark, he delivered ne nib declared that If necessary he present Mr. Straus' name. This dcclura lion. which ereat keen discussion among the early dele gates, came close on the heels of telegram from Mr. Straus In reply to n telegraphic inquiry as to whether h1 would -accept, such nomination or would your acceptance lie conditlona on the platform or other contiiiHcnl considerations?" Mr. Straus replied in his inquiry ' I appeal to the people of all pal' lies 10 give mi' their support upon my public record and upon the cove nant In by platform with the pcopl of the Mm pi re stale. Vigilante Miool Oklahoma la i iner- M usk thy Imported nt-uro rotton pii'ki-iH to , Mrln Mow n. whi le ih'iuih-k nt 'r liavi MH.II 11 1 llltt I , I el,... , 1 ... ..,.,..,,,. ai r.i Sam Itoblnson. ' W, A. I.a rrlmore and i omnia .unreins niui,.iohii Unto., u...-,. uiw.i nwt ,i,i n Itoninson and Larrlmore prob ably will die. It Is reported that rill Zens organized to drive the new Iv Im ported laborers out of the see, ion and when some of them went lo the plan tations of the farmers, found them defending the blacks. f ul)l 00 at garrisons at other places ' Is sa b Interests have been guard Tlgre. small. where American Jeopardized, Despite the promise of protection. It Is doubtful if tin- American colo nists will ever return to Morelos. of the S0 refugees who have been cared for In Douglas by the war department, only half remain In tho refiigee camp. The others have left for Ftuh or oth er sections of Arizona or have taken employment here. . The arrest of Kmilio Campa, the rebel leader, by fulled Stall's officers nt Tucson, Is Sold lo have been brought about through Information obtained by ConMit General Cucstn from the! wife of a rebel leader several Weeks! ago. The woman was reported to have been detained on this side of the line by Ihe consul until she disclosed whit she knew of the probable movement of the tnsuirecto leader. She Is said lo have told Ihe Mexican officials that Campa expected to attempt his es cape through American territory m a r I Tucson at about the time he crossed the line. The Mevi, an ntithorllt.M plan to have Campa extradited on a (clinical charge of robbery or murder, after which lie w ill be taken to Mexico City to be tiled for sedition. In. lu. rat. d. Id. 2:i.--Twe Two Small Children Ida Grove, Iowa, S small children of Mr. and Mrs. Al luowii were burned to death Ibis aft ernoon. Ihe children 'vcre plavliig In the hilt of the ham and set fire to Ihe hay. . . , l ies of a.ldrosi s from an a aloinol lie. Discussing Colonel Uoos.vclt and tho trusts. Mr. Prvan s.ild: ".Mr. Jlooscv.lt savs that the trust have conic to May and be denounce!) Hi,, democrat lor wanting lo make It Impossible for a private monopoly to exist. Mr. linos, v. lt suvs 'you must not try to prevent monopoly. Just, regulate II. I. et II grow and grow; let It merge and merge; let it consolidate and consollilale, hui watch It.' "My friends, be watched It for seven and a half years nnd 11 merged ami merged and when 11 Kol lo a doubtful point, when It did not know whether It could merge or not. It wvnt to him aii Itfkrd htm, nnd he said, 'yts, merge," ... "I don't-believe that we ran lonn malntnln political Independence when we have lost Industrial Independence. I am not In favor of Mr Koosevclt'Hi plan of making llie trusts grow and . Increase li has brought (.irruption into every slate government thill hu tried to control Han, hlscs holding cor pora lions. Where Mr. Koosevell's position I good on national Issues, Ihe demo crats have been there before M I lit. think it Is only fair Hint Mr. Uooiie- lt should do Willi Ills Issues Ills) th.y sometimes do with eggs mark tile date on Ihcm. .Vow, 1 am glad to have him com in, but he bus been late, ll has been the other side and we have had work along wlllmut him and with him agaltisl us. And now that lie ha nic over, we have got out" flfht about won." APPLICATION FOB IS EXTRADITION DENIED Of HAY Washington Executive Refuses to Honor Requisition of Gov ernor McDonald of New Mex ica in Case of Erring Wife. Progressive Women In Mn-H-linf it. Itoston, Sept. 2:1. Three women were appointed to serve on the state (oinmlttee of the progressive parly of Masm husetls. At meeting of women progressiv es, a woman's stale ."HIT, llltee V MS ol'K-l II ixej. (17 MornlBf Journal SiMrtiil I nwil Mtfw.l Olympia. ush .Sept. in, tin showing thai one at the parties sa" not In X. vv Mexp-'i at the fin t th" alleged crime ami that a husband cm. not have his wife extradltM 011 a charge of larceny, l.i". M. L". II. ,y a r..- ....1 1. . . ,. i.jti.i.v .,) o'-o uie I. nolo it.ioi. , . o 101 tne extra. iilk.n f IxjiiIs Tong. 01 1 San Francisco, and Mrs. Wing Wall Wing, w hose husband, 11 Chin.'- no r chant of Si(eei j, t'it , X. M . dunged that she anil Tohfc had conspired to rl him, It was charge,! (hat the woman took, Jt.'.'iU belonging to her husband and) departed for Seattle, where she audi l.onts Tong were arresie.i as th. y w. re jt'AHI'A SAYS UK W AS OX WAY TO st lillbMU'i; Tucson, Ail., Sept. :,",. Declaring the Mexico revolution bad become "unprincipled outlaw r.v with which I coi ld not longer afford to be associ ated," General Kmlllo p. Campa. whoso Identity was unknown when in. and Ion nf his staff and follow eta were captured yesterday afternoon il ill,' mile southwest of Tucson, Is pluciillv awaiting whatever action Mexico or the 1'nitcd states may take, Vli" same view Is taken by his Helen end Colonel Jos.. p.mSe and Meio." I '11. llie Sa m h "'.. Campa todav laid 1 Mm in having la ell tile ol'lglllalol' of tin- revolution, but expressed displeasure with its pro ne ss lie sabl lie Was oil ills Wl.i" Ij l o son to surrender to the 1,'mte.l Si.-t,s a -it lio, 'i les. i.ut bis horses iv . on! 11. ar tin- holder ami the party u (! tt al Ihe Kobi. H ran. h Smid-ic. j v n.-nee Iwo ,.r his men were sent ti To. sot for a 1 onv ev am i- The nte-1 v. apprehended by Culled 1 . ; . .Vei; ha ". A. 1 n erlo. k. A (rip to the r.iii.li r su. ,i in the arr si 0 1 Camp, and four oiheis. t," ie'.n.o:lng rc.a were . 1 1 nt, rd m the way to To. son. riding under Hi. cover of a produce wa.m driven hv an II1IHI W.iS Identified l. . 1 ... lla. In Dr. Itlllfo. a sehoobrale .f President Miiil. 1.1 and Campa .11 . Pai- college. nUil Who WHS Slir'-. i;cii.ial of the r.-b.-ls In the Madera rebellion. All of the (iriSollers w.r well aim. .1, The Culted States au thorities evpr. s.-. d Ihe belief that tin n.en could not be held as they crossed the line Willi. nit 1. 1 ios and nolhlliL- du. LOCATION. OF IL DEIUNET CANCELS WORLD'S CROPSARE CO LANDS Lippy-Davis Claims, Lying Near TIioh; of Cunningham Fame, Pionounced Fraudu lint by Land Office. REPORTED TO BE BUMPER n Morning .1.11,. an. Detniot, 1 la ml oil I ol llie In the claims ,1'M.rnat fliFftxt f.fiiMl Alaska. Sept. nniiissiom-r of , has oiilcleii Figuies dii. ate Cabled from Rome lu That Piincipal Faim Pioducts Greatly Exceed Last Yeai's Pi eduction, iwehc Lippy-D. Ilering river vv . re oca t' l la the ai in v is coal cl ili-l I ict. Mavor (ii Wire I ... l-f-.T geliel '. i ellalloll .11. F. C S.-all Cb claim r Demi cd 1 1 v and -al. 1 filings II 111 rill ami Thomas S. no I lln ii associnti - s Were I'll, d at .l.ll.c, 1MI all. I C, t .1 1 ( la I . t belli s as allege, 1 ihut lb, e.,lleit coal lands I e.. . re li. a II . l-ipp III.-1 It 1 1 1 -The til. Vahic a lis tlir. V I'IMII, ton. uimtsioh- .I.M.illli.il ... atll.l.s slat, 11. 1 lit to. lla .1 III about io si.il for 1 'hin.i la i.ntlniieil n lsjge Inn, Column 1)1 original loi alols ill lie l but under all a-r 111,11 ip.ileiils wee ol.taine.l, d t he v ai ions inter. -sts I fooled a I title Iti V est lion .o mine-, it w . open. .1 on tb. claims The l.ippv - bin , s . I, s. en mil.s ,io, i he., -t li-iinii; tin .iinmnha ea.si and ( clar- , Ins and a il ert Isi nc Ala-ka petroleum .V to t,e of enormous all 'I he I'oniioil.r It.iv a I Kali vv a v 1 .110 by stock hoi, , i s 11, tb elllli A- Coal Colli, .ativ i.l .b- . loping III.- I 1 la iois The r.ilm ;i i . o res of v at. r 1 r. in. I has filed on 'onlroller bav to W ,1 llllel. thai all 01. solid. .ii .ell. I l.c . orpoi .1. w. . 1 I Hi M.irnlnK .l,.iir,...l Snr. li.l Ie Wlr.1 S. pi. J:i -Tops Ken. li t Hi. w orl.l this year Thi- is shown by flg- '.la 111 r, ce v. d by the today I com at Koine, 1 (stl, nates . 1 of wheat, ryo, the production a v . leO, lllr gtV I Hie l .il !, v , li 1-. vill Li Win I-. . Il 1 1 lilt are iusinc ,1 1i1.1t -nt i"- lilts, a, of K.i m lal, III Hie nail.! I ' II till .s,e.- Iln 1 III. I.I v - 11. e, i .-1 . 7 1,000 hush s:, 1 is, nfiti bushelu: '.'an. Total production . onllllies. S, JUtl.OtUI.OOtf ..one than last -ar. I. I IS. (Kid buslicls: i. :j2,(i.iii bushels. Totul 'Me. n couni 1 les. l.SS S. . 01" 1 7.7 per cent more 'ompanv IIV ,v 1: w a Ala for t lppv-1 ring Km t 01 tf.l nu. ,1 k.l Petrol ! ,0, lln.se 1.1 V Is co.1t I". 1 :. oil. Is. tal p l-. I 'iiil'anv owns 1 ."!.' lit mi C.nii oiler bay 1 riitht of waj from th t o..l field. itouniaiiia. ;;.;is, 00(t .'.inula, 4 H, t 'is .nun bushels, -otlaeiiou in nli.eieen coiin I I. init 1, .mi, bush. -Is. or S. i pi! , . nt more than last year. 1 , is l:.iiiiMiiiil,i. .."..'i.aiiii bushels; I'anada, tin, . ft J . 1 Hill bushels. ToImI I l!ii u.'ii in nim tei n countries, 1 1 ,11, a,, 1, a, ,.r 1 7. si p, r teni morw lb. in laM vei.r. Coin - Couni, mla. 1 1 l.i'.Tii.aaO busli e's. Total pi-ou'iciion in ten conn- trim. :i 1. 1 (i.o.ni.Uiiii. or 17. .1 per cent more than last year. Pie. Italy, 2,.i4:,ii0; Japan, .'!m. ii 2 7. .'tin. Flax seed Canada. IS l(l.i.. Wine ltiily, 4.t'C." imptriul fiiillonx. W in., Jlusty Spain, 3y 7,?tS,0()0," vailotis