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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING .JOURNAL.
Jly Mall, .".(I toils u Minilli; Single topli i cent. Hy Currier, (10 (Vnu a Month. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912, THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXVI. No. 7. THIRTY-SECOND II II HO STATE FI OPENS 1 115 CITY TODAY Indications For Greatest Exposition Ever Presented In the Southwest ENTERTAINMENT FEATURES INSURE A WEEK OF SOLID ENJOYMENT TO GREAT CROWDS THAT ATTEND TWO FLIGHTS EACH AFTERNOON BY AVIATOR LINCOLN BEACHEY MONARCH OF THE AIR Practically Every County Has Creditable Exhibits of Farm Products, Showing Agricultural Possibilities of Their Respec tive Sections; Horse Racing, Baseball Tournament, Motor cycle Contests, Automobile Parades, Industrial Trades Pageant, Carnival Shows and Conventions Few of Things Which Will Keep Albuquerque's Visitors and Home People Busy From Now Until Grand Finale on Saturday Night; Every Train Brings Throngs to City for Week's Riot of Fun. today's iwiit ri:oi;it.M. Ol'F.XiMV DAY. ( Morning, i !I:IM) Hand coticen down Inwri. ! : (Ml - Coin cuing of ( ll and I Iranil Lodge I. . '. I''., in m vy Odd Fellows' hall. 1 ll : 0(1 ( onvenin of (iranil l.odgo of New Mexico K. ol I'., in K. of T. hall. lil:U0 MeeliiiK of Cattle Sanitary Hoard in Uoi'bcr hu Id inK. AFTKIl.MMi.Y. ( At fair (rounds, i l:0C -Opening of fair grounds and exposition halls. 2:00 Opening ol hnsehall tnurunmcht. :l:."0 First flight of Aylalor Lincoln llcachcy in Curlis Id plane. 1:11(1 Cowboy pony race; In dian giunes. 4::iU Sccmid flight or Avialor Lincoln He.ichcy in CuiUss, hl plane. Hallooii ascension and pnra chille jump. HVUXIXC, (Down Town.) 7:110 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 or Alvn niiln holel. opening or t'amp hell's Initial Shows on streets. Free net, Ii'hIi diving man. cor ner First and Central avenue 7:. 'in I In ml concert. N::so .'ree m l, highXiiiro per rol'imi iKe. cunii r Second iiml Central. !l:n Hand cniiecrt iiml grand march on Central avenue. 1 U:()0 Free act, high .Fifth and Hi ing i horse, cornet Ira I. , At 1 o'clock today, I here wll formally 'opened the Thirly -se Annual New .Mexico State Fair, will In- the biggest and best Ihal I bej 'olid I It I has ever been held. There are more cxhiii its in place, more entries in Hie pa lade, more hens in the poultry show, more dogs In the dog show, mori counties represented in Hie agricul tural and hoi liculiural scd'ons. more am) belter lill.es offered (Hid more entertaining events than have I ever been scheduled tor any state fair in Ihc past. In addition, there a le mori j people III 1'C lo see all lll.se tllilius, than have spenl fair week in Hie eitv hi former years, though il is still ! Hill,, too early to determine how i large il f row d Is rea 11 v lo ill lend tin fa:- The special Ceati.i'es this year irt many in number and Viirud in ch.ii-j Keter. Several new stunts hale beenj arranged and nil that culd be done: to make ii fair success has been done j by the officers. To president D. K. j Ii Sellers and Se, retary Frank A- Stortz is due ureat credit for capiliili , in auagement. hustle mid ginger in iiinking the fair h mui ciss. Folh thev , and their iisiHtants have vvoilu-d inr-j ly and lute to make the fair worthy j of the title "State Fair." ami hav.- SIM ( celled If IIIHl'k.ll'lv' w ell. There is j not a citizen of A Ibiupn i iite w ho is not an ardent mi. porter of Ihc fmr, not one who is not boosting, and lew who iirp not enthusiast'!-. Tbf fair u roiiiuN wre filled n never before with exhibits of various sorts, rruvisioiis hve been made fur thijiK' a m a ml all (hoy ale gollijt to please Tile ae.ricull in a I and 1 hlb ... ", III., la si I i la I III,, people, il l icil It lira I have ever e are ex- hi i u . displayed here. There dibits I idin all sections of I tale. from Sun .Juan lo Kihly county. Kvery counly has con I ri I u led Ihc last of its crops, ofh n holding a county fair to determine whose produce should have Hie honor of I cprcsciillnK the county at the state lair. The entire (iis.no has been devoted to agricultural exhibits. This Is more space than the fair uii Ihorities have ever scl aside for such i a llsplay before. 1'rof. .1. I . Tinsloy. of tin- Santa l-V railway, has charge or this department. There lire several creditable cxhlb ils of livestock on the uroiiuils. ami this departineiil, under Ihc supcrln lendeiicy of I-.'. I-:. Van Horn. will make u creditable slmwiim. Substan tial prizes are offered lor the hesl d'splavs of animals of I In- different classes and there will be plenty of ( (iiupet it ion for them. The poultry depa il mint is having :i banner year. Tin To are huiKlreds of birds eiileicd. main of Hum being al ready in their coops al Ihc fall- unil.-i, where Ihc same building (I bv Hie iniii 11 1 v lasl year has been set aside for Hieui They will lax Its capaclly this year for there are a great many blooded birds lo he shown. The in. niiiliicl uri is' displays. ibis President of llever scheduled l.el'ol'i lllMMKIJi.i.1.1".!""'..'!. '. .I ..l'M v , ',t- ! - " I' ffi vi " 1 - .r:::";.: i " ' :-: '':' :'::.: ". :: : . & '.tfpy v:i?v.'t , f c - &YilJ' ' Si- t liil liM I. I. K. Information Bureau Free to Ail Fair Visitors Till- lnilv;lll n' iul'i charge Hi' A. W. " ii 1 1 III. Ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ! 1 ll is located nl tin- : Xi'iv .Mexico I'iHiu i I lie ( el'IICl' dt the .ill Mrs! and Second sire Hal aM'lllle. ell (lie of Hie fired. Tiler sign in from of ll s bus nitty find 11 em i in. ill. HI. Ill ouiilrhit. Is K'lV lliglll. lore or the ompuny ,it IV between Is on Ct le Ill il l h side r is n big i thai vlsi- casily. slalilished for 1110 that visi . given all in .. r c g aiding ', hack fans, Iher mallei's. ni. Mr. Fair This Itureati is i llle purpose o' si' loi s to the lair nl formation pussili rooms, restaurant: amusements and i 11 Is open to ; Visitor. Make use of il. cur w ill he far gioalor in number tllau lllcy Inn f liccn ill I'm III limes, and will deiuonsli'ale a wide variety of ai tides manulaciur. il in llu-slate. 'I'o acci noduto Hie e rea I number of them whicn will he inailc. it has I. cell I'll unci llooessil I'J In creel il tent, where room Is anipl,' I'nr all the o er llow from tin iiiaiiiilai l mi s luiildinn. Two si paiale sinaller P uis have I i en creeled lo ina ii ii I a I in i ii t; coil - j ci i ns which desire In have plenty of I i Hum for lei si' displa y s. I A .si'iKirale luiilihn lias heen pro- ided for il display hy oil in il I iolia I lll Islilulions and there will he displayed j samples of llu- hesl work dnlle in drawing, ki ; m inn. sew im; and liamli- cl'iiris o il I ions nallil'es oy SllHlelllS of Hie dlllililll sclliiiil-.. (im of the icalures which wilidraw ime'l a I li-nl ion is the display i L'l'own he ineniheis of the H mn i lis s' In- ilusirlal cliihs over the slnl ami the displav.s of sewing done by member . I of Hie tlirls' Indiislrlal clubs. Iland jlotlU' prizes are olTel'ed f or I h(. se npd Ihcre will be many of Ihem in the contest for the difl'erenl rewards, This (lcpiirtmcnt is under the supervision of I'rof. T. W. Conway, of the slalc ligrlcull liral college. AMI M MI NT I i: ATI ItKS m:sT i; i:it s hi:di i i;i. lint nil these Icalures are subsi diary, in Hie eyes of most people who will attend the fair, lo the .imnse ment features.. These are many and varied. Xew stunts hale been (h v Isi d ami new nmuseincnls arranged until t here is bin illy (iny lhing, il would seem, that has imt hocii thought of and cared for. ChbT among these fealnres, of course, must i nine the aeroplane rilghls of Lincoln I'.cachey, prime of daic-dev Ms and av lalor extraordinary , nenohey is the mosl daring flyer in America and can do more stunls and get away with theiii than anyone else, lie arrived in Ihc illy yesterday morning on tin- California limited. His machine came in Su I unlay nighl on No. 7. Another Inteiesl ing routine Is the baseball 1 1 , 1 1 1 n . 1 1 1 1 1 t , I In which three fast tennis are entered. Silver City will have a straight Western league team enlered in Ihc race, Allnuiuer l in- will have an a ll-profcssioiia I tea in the State Fair. V. ft i II. MLIills. I hat will Mil'iiv nit up a fast name, mid Santa l. has entered n teiiin that will make u strung sluiwiiiH. The prl.r money will likely l.e anybody's until Hie last game Is played. There will he a good carnival coui- .auy, the Campbell I lilted Shows, which iillivrd .ViMcldny an. I whose men were busy setting up t til I H lllld Piirnphrrmillu Inst night. There Will he lour good free mis downtown each day, and a miluhcr of I'onecssion.s mid cunfclll stands. Horse racing hat come In for a i oiolorla He shal e of llu- prize money hi. I will lie eXei pliomilly good this riir, particularly ihc running I io cs A numlicr of horses ttriived Saturday night 1 1 dm Hilton, w here they had hecii racing on Ihc Santa Fo circuit, an I more clinic In l.i-t ulglil. The run ning races Hill In a strong feature ol ci cry day 'm program. i mot ii ti i: t n ri I vnituini: io i iiiiu'iis. i A motorcycle lace every day will J he a leading I'elit Tin re has hi en . j hut I i I lit- molorcy elc racing done In this siiil.-. and al Hi ily preyloiis meet held here some exceptionally fusl t'nie wlis rei Hided. The half mile I track al Traction pari! Is fast ami some records will likely he hrokcli al the fair, foi' the local hoys will drive any niuc!iho there i- as last n It will run on Hull truck, Kay niond hit if superintendent of the molorcyclc races. Aloloi cy oli will I he two n utoiiiohili on C.ood Itoads da moi, il. e III make at those tllnex. Th also I ul.'i'.tl in pi(r:ides In he held , and many auto spleluliil .showinyis aflernooii parade will he a decora! d affair, op, n only to (hose whose rats lire made til ul wllh paper flowers, hllllllll the like. It is in ( hai'Rc of Mr fred Criiiislcld and a coininllle Indies. The cycnhiK paiiidc thai day he an illuminated one. and the t.n le of 17(1 curs, f,,r thai many lit in entered, liithled up w ith d heini 4 and L Al ii of stiee ha i'(i eel l ie IIuIiIn, Chinese Uinierns and ollid A llllllillillinK devices '(ill he a siht lo he reiuelll hel'ed. The Indiislrlal parade will contain a number of intercMiiiK displays. This parade will he held Thursday morning, A Ibmi u. ni lie day, and w ill he Ho best for ii buii! lime past. More Hum seventy entries hiue I n receiv ed. Handsome prizes ale offered lor Ihc best displays In all three parades. The lion show will open lucsdiiy a ml will event wl he held downtown. 'litis I In remarkable I'rom the It Is Hie lal'Mc-d show ( vcr I f.u t Hint beliclied here mill Ihc Hecond one lo be held ill Xew Mexico. It Ih helm! held under Ihc .tusplc.'s i.r the Al biiiuepiic Kennel dub. The bench show cottimltlep is composed of .Dr. H. S. S.pindler, Dr. .1. V. Colbert and 1 r. K. l-'fed 1'etlH. MWV 1IU;MTKS ill mi:i:t iikhk d iiim; i .Many orga nlzal Ions of Iraternal of civic nalure will meet in Albiuiucr ,Uf lllll'illK tile 9l.il,' full'- f Ihese. the (loo, I Itoads iissoclnHoii ineeiing Wednesiliiy and Hie Wool Iin-wci ' as sociation iiueling Friday will likely he the largest. The county chairmen of llii dciiiocr.ille party have '"'di called lo meet here Friday at H"' Commercial dub. The grand lodge., of llle Knighls ol I'.vlhias. of Hie odd Fellows mid Hie itehekah Af-scnihly ol' the latter order, will hold their an nual meetings here during the lab' The t'attle Sanitary Hoard will hold lis iiliartcily session here beginning today. The Sleep Sanitary hoard will bold a (ii:iiidiy k-ssIoii I.ei'ilinlnit lo inorrow. All llu- slide oitlcd's. the governor and his slali', "ill a 1 1 end t ho lair 'I'licsday. Slnle' day. The New Mexico I'hiii inaceutlciil AssoclaHoii will Hied her- Thursday. The organi zation ineeiing ol the Stale .Municipal league will he held Friday morning. Colillilblls (lav will be celebrated Willi lining exercises on Saturday. Hie nn tilversarv of Hu- discovery of America. The .Mollle.IIIU.i ha" W'HI be held Fri dnv evening. A grand carnival, inaak- ed. Willi (binciiig on the sired, will be held Saturday night. All these and more to make up the slate fair I'd' Oil yea''- MOTIVE FOB SELIG MURDER STILL T ! Police Assert ' it Was Not foi Purpose of Suppiessiim-Evi dence Tiial. in Becker Case Near ltv Moriihilf -Iniirniil Sli.fil I Hpft Mirp New Yolk. ('d. . I (i poly I'olii i. Cnitiiulssioni r Doughirty loiiighi said lie Was Satisfied the motive .ir III" murder ol ' IPg .lack" S. Ilg by "K.d I'hll" Havidson here la.-l night was not In seal Selig it lips uiiain.-i for mer I'nllee I ielltell., M Ucil-r. Who will be iil.o i il on trial lomoi row foi j lhi inunbi of Herman ltosenlh.il. After i uesiioning I .i ibNon for, sevtiiil hoills and In v est iga t ing events lending up to the killing: i f Selig. Hie j deputy j dined t muiissionel- Said lie Was in- I credit Davidson's sloivtbili j he klll. il S-Pg ill reVellg.' In a Use t lie j Inner loot robbed dim. ! District A'tolney Whiloino though !. '(limiting Hint no pi-.,..f had yet l.e.-u found to Indbnte that Si lig s ib nth was the result of n i-on.-idi acv . wits iniiitied l.i ifiiiird I he inurd-r as mole than u olneideiio.e." DIPLOMATS MAY BE! ABLE TO T Fiance, Russi. Ai-'jeo Upon Expected to SAVE URKS FROM i and AustiialEn&u'iiH'iit (')crui s Nt Plan Which is; tepee. Las! if Tiuee Have Appioval! Federal Ammurition of Gieat Britain Today, EUROPE PROPOSES TO GUARANTEE JUSTICE Notes Are to Be Sent to Balkan Capitals at Once Asking That Hostilities be Postponed foi Piesent, l'aris, ( id, (1.- War or peace bclwecn Turkey and the P.alkans is In Ihc balance. II a n.v I liing, ll might be said Hint, the scales in ung slightly tod. iv against peace, in tltc sense Hint every hour's delay In Ihc powers Inter vention IncrcascM tile dango!' of hostilities. The word now rests wilh (iient Irilaln. All Hie oilier powers have ac cepted wllh Home iiioillliculloii the French premier's plan for intervention, but It is understood thai Ureal HlH.iiii hesitates In going so fur as to .isHiinie. with Hie oilier powers, res m nsi bl 1 1 1 v for sis iiring- from Turkey broad reforms In Macedonia. Ureal I'liilain's proel iistlciil ion is causing some uneasiness nnd some criticism In I'niis. Such papers ns Hie Temps sny they ciiiini I ii ml, l .-.In ml Croat Itrp aln's lack of syuipalhy . In the needed Turkish reforms when In Ixi'l 'hat country roue up In a body HKiitust the ,K(i-enlli d liul KHrmn iitr n itlcs of ihitl yciir, Fveii with KiikIiiikI'h support, and Ihls Is expected to come to morrow, the tir in not remov ed. The great (iicstloii remains as to wlldher llle pollers can obtain extensive enough rclorms fr Tiniiey to sa I isf y the inlli- t ;t lit Halkati 'liilcs. H.f Murnlin .Imirniil Hni-lul l.riinnl Mrr.f I "n lis, del. II -Aniirlii lias pi yen ad hesion lo Hie plan formulated hy the French anil Hiissian foreign inlnliili rs lo deal wilh the I'.alkan situation. Austria, however, siiggesied a sliKlit clialige in Hie wording of llu proposals, which iml wllh the hn mediate approval ,,r M. I'olncnii , and M. Sazonoff. i'he only clied or Hie liniemlnteiit Is lo mom sharply ilcline Ihc inh n lions of Hie powers nnd lo prcsonl a more precise sialrniciil of Hi, in. II Is iituhrsloiid Hn- proposals do not include a demand lor Hie nuto noiiiy of Maecilonla. but urge the adaptation of Article n.'t, of Ihc treaty of r.eiiin, whli h provides for a larger measure of home rule. It Is believed lh.il Hie proposals'! will I'einoie any lurking sii-pn ioiis In Kngland Hint Hi" ..in l hi, ni., I iiowers wen- conieiiiplaliiig a selllein, nl j wholly al the expense ol Turkey. I i i l mi 1 1 v and llaly have appl'ovi'dl their allies in. ..I il I. :i I i. .i so thai will I fall ad hesl I Hie Friilsh guv el n- I no III, Wliliil Is eonflib nlly expected iliimoirow, the polvels will be in iionU J 1 Hon to say lo Hn, lialkau con 1 1 1 i. ill Hun , ! I In- llalkan slalcM will im longer h.iv. I lo depend on h,. ihiuii jsi.M M( Turkev , j bill op II... pleilc.cil Wold i.r Fill ope. ! i The French govei iime'it is confi- ili nl Unit all ihc preliminaries villi... completed in time lo .. l mil Itusski I anil Austria to ptescnl a collci'liie j Hole lo Sofia. Ui lglade. Alliens and '('dlinje lomoiro". or. at Hn- l.l.i. ' As soon ,-s this i (bine, 'liirki v vv ili1 , he invited to give guarantees Ihal : will rcmier eliei live Hie promise that llorope will lake upon lo-r shoulders i j respousiliiliiv Tor the tea I i.a lion of j , i etorm: I ' f ,1 .Ol.. l.l . O. II... leelo ir l.l... Veils that this giialanlei ought l"Sat - isi v the Talk. Ill states if. as Hlcv P1'"' fi s, their sob- iiiu'lve iii mobilising iciiinst Turkev was to force Hn- ie - ' Ioi iiih pr I. I'd foi Ho- trcalv I l.iciiln. j Wilh peace on llu' si iiied .wit h I ta ly . Hi I nt' Turkey has r.-.o hi d p. .ml nf being marluil siiiit a itage w he h I it Is difficult to control. I II the Uulkau govi rim lit- I hold the pghiing eb-iiii nt in rlir. k I'n "ich iiCIn i' are bop. ful thai tin j i!i.l,,iiiiil" in. iv win out ir--.iliist Ho I ,..l.li. is. t.lti:T I'.ltl l l M NOT.Iil .lti:l I'oWl Its. I l.oniloll. Hi t. li. W hat III. iv ll lo l e all Important ih-v elupnn ni in th l-.,l...i ......l.lr,,.. ........a I-..,.. I'..n.l II. ...l-l... r . tin. ode tonight in Hu- fiupi o h state- ii ent that the poi te has a niuuim -ed It- i willingness lo put into cxe. iition r-j liiie ol the l:.-rhn lieaty. niiiiini: fo :i greater lliensute of Heif-goVern-melil for Itillliiiia rfllil M.o evlollli. ZAPATISTAS K I LL Sim RURALES Ai COMMIT OUTRAGES ar Sul luins; Gives; Out and End Comes, REBELS SURPRISE VICTIMS IN CAMP Repoit Alleges That Women And Cln'ldien Weie Horribly Mistieated By Victorious Foi cc of lnsurrectos, Mexico i 'y, t let. II, - Zapa tistas tonight are sin king Hn town of Chulula, a leu mil.-; from lin-bla. Small groups ol rebels wilh (heir anus loniealeil and posing as ordinary lountry people. ( IIP red the toll ll throughoul the day, taking ad vantage of a celi-bra Hon. At S o'clock they made a i oiu blned attack on the guards, lie iurot'cciucnis came noiu I'm Ida nnd u serious engagement look place In Hn- streets, Ihc Zapa tistas being victorious. The casualty llsls will be large. The rebels ransacked residences. stoles and public buildings. (ll.r Mnriiinc l,mrnl Niiriial lin(t W Irc.J Mexico Citv. Oct, (i. Word was re ceived today of Hie ii n u I Ii i In I ion of a detachment of rural guards and ill tieatiiieiil of a number of women mid children In a light wllh Z-auatistii reb- j els near Suhepee yi Hteri! i; The survivors of Hie detachment, Ihree men and a woman, slaggled into Toliica loilny. I Thev said ,i detachment of sixty I ...i. i i... i I i.i.inv, Miti, ll iiiiioi'i-i iii i.'iiieii.tiiu I children, slnlioiied on a hill near Mil tepee, was surprised by rebels. A bntlle lusting three hours was loiiglit. '. It seemed as If the rurales ii.IhIiI be ' victoiioiis wlien tlu lr iimiiiunlHon ttave out. ihc slauKhler then began, i'he nicn weru killed ami alrodllcs were practiced upon llu- women and children. i:i:iti:i.K tui: town i tiii:i:ti:n cs.s .i;mi s. .luaiez. Mix., (let. (!.- Ilcbels loday look Asccih Ion. ii town in Hie Mormon colony district, southwest of .liuiie., according lo advices received heie lo nlglil. Itebels ills,, thiealen lo nltiick Casus Uraiidcs, Ho- prlinip.il lown on (he Mexii o-.ort liweslei ii railuny In Ihc same dlstiiil. Two liiioi trains were llislleil li'olll .lllale. by tSetiel'.ll 'li'iiey Aiilu rt lo reinforce I lie fede rals a' Cnsas (Irati'les under (liner. il Aiilonio Itabiiio. There an- many A nnili a us In llu inure (I '.-( i id, boih .Mormon settlers and Ami lie ins em pii c. 1 1 1 in Ih Will, mills tie I lollies. o pull '''!- dial's it llu- 1 1 -D I 1 1 1 i-v iff Hie I 1 1 1 vv a y d here. i,.n. vt bii ll Is elv - have I II II! TBIO OF AVIATORS ABE KILLED Ili Already Staitl Toll of Moi- tality foi 1912 nci eased hyj Three Fatalities Due dents, to Ac v f I . iit Mmlilui: .li.utllxl Sl'ri lul I r.i-il VI I re . I ' I llu. ( '. li. -- A 10 t ! Hi w ei k at ! I (111! Ihal V'.IS I on, in, led , . . 1 . i - of-! mm deaths had ' , li added ' I i lo the long !' lalillll illllltig III i Ilg kl'l tvv i i ; in opi-ii ii iv . tm i months, v monoid. me ilin.n i.v liiiest Aig nn. ..iriyuiL- ., n n -tie i, .. ia n . Icil tr-.tu .t loight of (.(' led vv 1 1 . l , a Willi; lap-ed. iio me' ii. i lei. m ll',, tliio-vo from (he ma. bine .it :i height .,(' I."." feet ..ml his In dv I.iihI' d on the Liour.i i loir nf 111- Wlickage. Allg till WitM llu- li"ll"il ..I Tht 'i rowd. Alii ie a mi was i nslani lv kill ilel.t w us w ! tie-s. d le. : .iia,f'e,l ::s all avl.i,-l t .Mav. .i i" ir itiunM v Ml I I- l ,T IKK IIIM I II", li-'l"', N Kolido. a J.ip i years. . kill i'he aeiopimie . V.. i 'i t. i. - .Mothosi.i nese av inter, Kgi (1 -I 1 today near Savona. he was tryinir put Mr in k wind mill ami the n tutor f i 1 JilhoUl lolly feel, fl HliriUK hi? flittlL SINGLE TAFT FEELS SURE' PEOPLE BEGIN IE - iPiesident I'oi New Eir, Automobilo, nterview on land States in Gives Lengthy Political Outlook as He Sees, FARMERS PROSPER UNDER PROTECTION Wai'.es, He Says, Are Double to Six Times in Amoiica Than in and Living Cheaper, From Higher Europe MI.v Mnrtlliif iliinrniil Kip,lul T i-iccil Wlrr.t Dalloii, Mass., Oct. ii lieslilciit and .Mrs. Tuft and their guest, .Miss Mabel Uoardiiiiiii. spenl a puii Sunday hero with Senator Crane. The second day of their sl:;-duy alilo (rip throinfh Miissaeluisclis, Vi-rmonf. iiml New 1 1:1 in is liiiv was In marked. cotiira.st In (he tlr.it. Farly toiiioi'i'ovv Ihc prcsiilcnl ial party will strike norUiwatd Into Ver mont. liisiddit Tali tonight, summed up the poliiic. I siniailou In u si i; ciueiit In which le ild: v "1 have every reason to be snllsfu .-, with puliliilll collililloils. 1 hilVl) been simply overwhelmed for days pant. with b-Heis and newrpiiper dippings sliowitig the trend of the tide toward III" republican parly, its pin I !'..! in iiml lis (iiudl'liUcs. J have heen especial ly snnll'b'd by the hews from the northwestern stales. "The farmer, of Hint part of the union were never so prosperous nnd they do not mean In risk the l("n "f their prosp-i-ily bv a hapdo'iing the republican party whose policies have, (tiiiblt'd them to prosper. "They are convinced Hint the third term candidate is no longer in Iho running, and Ihat Die choice Is be tween ihc republican platform and caiulldiile.s on the one hand, and on Hn- oilier hand, the democratic plat form with its plunk of a tiuilt for revenue only; and Its candidate, Uov crnor Wilson, who said In an addles at Williams Urove. Pa., that the far mer does not heed protection. It in tilincccMS.iry to explain to the farmer, west, east, iiorih, or tin the I'acifie, slope what tlovernor Wilson's very frank declaration would menu, with' .Mr. Wilson In Iho White House and a dciiioet'iil'c majority in the capilol. "The principal reason for the exist ing prosperity is Iho assurance that miller Ihc republican policy of homo prntei tlon and trade ex pa nsion, American Industry, while reaching for foreign markits. Is not In danger of losing tin- homo mn rkct. "While our foreign Hade is grow ing mole lapldiv man in any limo in mn- history, domestic, commerce hi milking advances fully us n inarkaolc. "Our popul.ilii.n is increasing. Iho demand for llle necessaries "f life I."4 i no! easing propm 'tion.it. ly and tlnmksj jp, ndiv e loisiiiess ami good wages. 111. Hn v wain an. abb- to pay for what ml in keep our Industrie in. I heir wauls, no serious danger, T be- husv suppl "i ll. re i I Ih" e. lo ur insl il in Inns from Indus- 1 1 -1 . 1 1 agilation. So long as Mich iigita- t keips wbli'ii the legal bounds. It is iml without wholesome slgnlficaneo land may lend to Improve conditions. "When ii ii.-is.si-s beyond the legal i llllllt, whiill'T lllose Seir-ouHaWeil are i' in led w ith capital or with labor. Ii i- .i men. ice to be deal! with by lawful a ul leu :ty. ' . I n i ! I e I a I " I ' 1 1 g oeeasloliMl Ollt Ih . nl s of v ioldi. ,- In labor dispute Hole is ;i m-owlng tendency to setlbs d I oi . i,. . .. hv pciicdul means, ami I hol e IS lll'.dolll'li (IP more li . inlly and manifest n nun ll humane attiHidi eitiplov.rs tiiWiir.t apparent n on lie pall of the i III ploy e-, H'.a 11 WHS oiiiiiy yeiir.s ago. "So, j,i and i o -motile r-oiiditloiip nr ;ii.',in- filter. not wd',-e. aittl re pel. II. an p-ii l-.s fest.-ririg and stimu lating nut."!:.',! prosperity, undoubted-" Iv tend 1 1 '.' aril this bt ltviniiiit.. "For tin- in in or the uumnitinlf'f .I, io-. hu' rol,.i-i health, (piiick remo .ii... Inn,, licle nit ruction, no lnattef in. iv v,n if io.i.-!y I hey ir- reeom in inh .1 as cure, oils for the body Jiulw : e I'b f s ijiply ;in idi mnnit I. vv i 'mr oi k- i""' lev i.ia lion a may pieperly 1 1 -.1 gov i tiling hours of l.i hot' fin, I of ci hi i pens.i t :nii in the pnblia i. it. wn lie, (lu rchy giving on px.implcf"!" PiU.it- employers, lire nileipnitu tv ceil with the wage qm-siii-iti. "A i..iierul mlnimuni wage t'l'mil have :i tendency to brimc dew u Hoj liliivillllllii tv tll Iit'iiiiiloiii. "Labor org-inirit.oiis nr.' wcij .-ware of this result, v, h re nn r I ing. ni. lit to that elT-rt has 1" ( ll eu tel.-,! iuio wllh en-ploy ers, 'However, lis I said, the Ximricntli people u re ia rued of no ip.at k Uoc r.r.-s. 1 "TUc islivJ to.st of. UvUi. M Ih4Yv TO COM I