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AUBUQUEEQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912. I!y .Mall, ."() t t nls a .Month; Single CiiiiM S CfulM, My CiirriiT. tin Coihm a Month. THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXVI. No. 8. Lincoln mam he is WORLD'S GREATEST HI AVIATOR ELECTRIFIES CROWDS BY HIS DEATH DEFYING STUNTS PERFORMED IN FIRST DflfSFLIGHTS WITH HANDS OFF LEVERS AND BODY SWAYING HE GLIDES, DIPS AND DOES DEADLY SPIRAL DIVE Thirty-Second Annual State Fair Opens With Largest At tendance in History of Exposition and Program That Pro vides Afternoon of Continuous Entertainment for Those Who Made Trip to Traction Park; State Day Today Ex pected to See Thousands Enjoying Festivities, With Gov ernor McDonald and Staff and Other Officials Albuquer que's Guests of Honor; Arrangements Provide New Fea tures, Including Race Between Curtiss Biplane and Man on Motorcycle; Good Weather and Auspicious Start In sure Most Successful Fair Held In Annals of New Mexico. Information Bureau Taking Care of Room Hunters The I ! ii it'll u ii located lit tin- No Company's niorr, trnl h von no, in f Information, A' Mexico Cigar 1 I It Wost "en ptovlng fully eiiial to tho occasion 111 I ho mat ter of providing rooms for out-of-town iooilo. Already scores of applicants have boon loomed 111 desirable rooms tin oughoul tho city through llio efforts of tlio liuroiiii, mill present Itnl ia linns arc Unit the supply of room will ho niliiiinto for the demand, although severely taxed. An unusual numlior of good rooms ha VP boon lint od this your iiiul thoso coming Into tho city without having iniido arrange ments for a slopping place, will be well taken euro of by Manager Al (loodriih. or tho bureau. Ks- poclally Is t his iruo In regard to those arriving late at night, an tho bureau Is centrally looatod and upon it to a lalo hour each evening. arranged for bulletining at Travlloii pui'k. tilt world Keflex baseball mimes. beginning with llie opening liilino today Ht New otK. between the (Hauls and Paislon. Kvery play of tbo 1)1 name III New York today will be given Inning by inning ill Iho fall grounds mid fans need not roinain down-town for fear they will not gef the returns. A special teleibono for handling the rotuniK has been Install ed mid mi announcer scoured, so that tho fans at tbo park thin ulternoon will enjoy two ball games the one between Alouiiiiorqiio and Santa I'o, and the cha uiploiislilp oontost be tween New York and ISoslon. This feature Is one which the fair inunage nictu hud not eouuied on mid should help to swell llie ail, iidan o todav. Itl I.l-i I'Olt hi Alii: HACK HI. AtiWX AN.OI i:n. Ilccause of Nome confusion in the publlo mind relative to the rules foi llie great New Mexico make Im p for eowponles, which is to be run at I be fair grounds Thursday, tho inanugo iiient yesterday announced these rules again. Thpy provide that any horses entered shall have been owned and kepi in the counties they represent since January 1st. Hnij.es must weigh not more than l.oiin pnuuils. They must lie at least one-half broneho parentage and all shall conform to the cowpony Ivpe or hasp In en in iti ally used as cow ponies. Thornugh brods are barred, as is regular Taeing slock. Khlers may not lie professional Jockeys. They must weigh at least 1 I ." jiounds. Saddles must be of the sine I; type and must weigh at loasl twenty pounds. . ; MEXICO IS TRIUMPHAL SHUfflM REENTERS BJILKJUI MMR TALKlGOVERNDR WILSON SHOWS SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT REBELS IS BELIEF LEADING 60 Insurrecto General Abandons 'Diplomacy Makes Gains Cher Socialists and is Fighting asj Maitial Spirit Bui Danger Regular in Liberal Cause Against Madero, TOUR THROUGH COLORADO r- . exists as Men aie I long as P nder Aims, ion EXPECTS TO JOIN (TURKEY OPENS WAY FORCES WITH OROZCOj TO PEACE PROPOSAL Democratic Candidate for President Facetiously Dis cusses eliminations and Re criminations by Opponents, NO HOPE FOR TRUST REGULATION BY TEDDY Toh.w's l Aiit i'K(m;ic-.m. STATIC HAY. ( M iirnhig.) !l:(IO ISund concert. 10:00 Campbell Cniteil Shows on Central avenue. All shows open. 10:00 Mooting of Sheep Snni- tary Hoard, l.niia-Siriekh r huild- ing, room 2 IS. 10::i0 Free not, high diving niaii, corner First and Central. 11:00 Free ai t high wire pcr- fcirnianeo, oorner Second and Central. 1 1 :00 Halloon ascension and parachute jump, down town. 12:00 Fair mounds and evhi- l d l if in halls open. (Afternoon.) 1:00 deception i oin mi I tec and Clarke's Imperial band to meet Governor Mcponald and slaff al llie Alvarado hotel and escort them to tile lair grounds. I :l!0 2:20 trot. 1:4." Ilaseball, Santa Fe vs. AllaiipiorfUo. 2:00 Three-eighth mile dash, running race. 2::I0 Motorcycie race, 3:01) Indian foot race. J:30 Race between Aviator Lincoln I'.eachcy in Curtiss hi- plane anil motorcycle,, one mile, Iwico around the track. :i:l.", Five-eighth mile dash. running rare. 4:00 ('owboy and cowgirl iiiiailrille on horse back, music liy band. 4::t0 Second flight of Aviator I.incoln lleachey in Curtiss 1,1- plane. KVK.M.VC,. ( flown Town. ) 7:00 Illumination of Alvarado hole!. Campbell I'nited Shows on Central avenue. All shows open. 7:00 Free act, high dlvlim man, corner First and Central. 7:8fl Hand concert. S:30 Free act, hih wire ier- fornuinee, corner Second and Central. i:0H Hand con oil and Krind march on ('Aural avenue. ,0:00 Free act. hih divine horse, corner Fifth and Central. attendance this year is to be the Ki'eatoNt Albuiiieriiie has ever en.ioyed at its annual statewide exposition. Without doubt the bittuest featured of Iho afternoon's. varied program were iho two flights made by Lincoln lleachey ill a Cnrti.ss biplane, lleachey lived up to his reputation us tho world's greatest hirdman by his death-defying .stunts in each flight, lie started the first flight promptly al .'!.;!0 as scheduled and. after get ting up, began to execute the most startling evolutions any aviator ever has boon known to attempt in this altitude. lie flew ill a machine with out extension planes, such as the la- enough to have hit them had they U"1 upright. 'lit his second flight, lleachey, to prove to lair visitors who were in me city and had not Journeyed out to tho park to see him fly. that he actually was master of the air and could fly flew over the city. He cut capers around tho Alvarado hotel and the Santa Fe yards and then flew up and down Central avenue within striking distance of llie tops of the buildings and even tin- trolley wires in the cen ter of the street, as he sped along the city's main thoroughfare. Ills trip down town bad not been advertised and when he suddenly appeared and the deafening noise of his motor greeted the crowds, excitement ran high. He flew up and down Central several times, rose high enough to do some rolls, dips and llie spiral glide and then headed in return to Traction park, where, after flylnw- around lot ten or fit teen minutes more, he inn the blood-chilling headlong dive earthward with his motor shut off and then glided to the ground. He stepped out of his machine smiling and with on! the least indication of having no eiimiilishcd anything out of the ordi nary. l!i:.cin:v wii.i t l i v DOWN TOWN ANY MO Itl-:. I just wanted to show the people that I could fly," said lleachey after i ho had finished his second flight, I "and that was why 1 made the trip I n,prt. tv it.. ,)., . I .ir.iiinil' the niented Charles F. Walsh flow with l " ' ' 1 ' . here a year ago. In th, man could not rise In unless hi.s machine was them, mid also without belief that this light air equipped with front planes, such as Walsh also used on his ma chine. Tho arrangement of his 2ti-foot biplane enables tho spectators to see lleachey plainly and he flew yester day in each of bit flights close enough to the grand stand and lo the ground for one to touch his machine or speak to him. In fad. Ilea, hey elec trified the iruwd assembled by his seemingly fool-hardy and dare-devil capers, lie calls it ' playing around." and doesn't seem lo appreciate the actual hair-raising feats he performs In his great man-built bird. HIKDM VN MAS I I N M KIN; HOVI DI CK. I'.eachey had no trouble in rising anil on the first Might soared around and around the park, dipping, rolling and diving perilously close to the heads of the ball players on the licit! ami llie crowds in flic iiuarler stretch. He bad much fun making the people duck and oven drop to the ground when be would point Ins ma chine downward and speed along at i mile a minute clip. He flew for fil teen or twentv minules with his hands off tho levers, waving bis arms and laughing, while the several thousand People on the ground below him stood with upturned faces mid mouths open In almost hypnotic astonishment. Iniving his machine at full speed, lieni hey soared back and forth and across the park, waving l-.'s arms and swaying his body so as to cause bis machine to dip and loll in a manner beautiful to behold though every dip appeared to ,e ii fatal one and every dive death one to those who were watching him. As a finale in his first flight, Keachey saved his most daring stunt, the spiral dive and Iho head long plunge. Illslng to a height ol 1.500 foot, he started the spiral glid and then, shutting off his motor he pointed his nun bine straight down ward un-1 made a sensational drop of probably a thousand feet. Suddenl he righted the biplane and gild pet feet landing within the grounds. While lleachey was fixing, tho ball game was forgotten. It was called when he first started, that ho might not be interfered with in making the stait. and his stunts in front of the i?ian, I t-tand and around the track made the ball players too nervous to attempt to resume play. Numerous times he would sinblerly swoop down on them and they would run to cow bov. Wilh Lincoln Ticachey doing death ili tying "stunts" in midair, wilh Sil ver City and Albuiiieriiio playing Hie opening game of the baseball tourna- oont tor asn prize aggrogat n , ; m) sn,ting off his motor lie TODIVS lKIM.H.M IUC;.l:lt 2.;,nfl, and with extensive agriciil-, pointed his mai bine straight ib-wn-l A.M IU-.TTF.lt Til MONO AY line, horticulture and livestock ex- ward. an. I uiaile a seiisauonai orop mi Todays program contains many biliits, together with poultry, f irming I probu bly a thousand feet. Suddenl I ev,.ts than vcslerdav's. Today machinery, automobile, and pumps on I ho righted the biplane and glided to a I jfl st;ll(. ,,(y .,,i Cov. rnor W. c. Mr display, ow Mexico's thirty-second I pot fed landing within the ""ronald and his staff, with the other annual stale fair was formally op, lied grounds. (state officials, will be the guests ol it 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon al While Ileache,- was fixing, the ball I honor of Alloioueroue and tho fair Traction park under the most a u-pl- Kil ,,. W1IM forgotten. It was called management. The program, as already cioin, circumstance in the history of ,.i,,. i. nrs, started, that ho might I printed, will include two flights by a state exposition. n,,( . interfered with in making the Aviator Lincoln Ifeachey, a baseball Though the weather was cloudy, itlstait. and his stunts in rrorit of the game between Santa I'o and Albu was not uncomfortably cool and there i s ran, I t-tand and around the track querniie, a race between lleachey and was no rain to dampen the enthusiasm made the ball players too nervous to a motorcycle, two good running of the several thousand in attendance, attempt to resume play. Numerous rare and a balloon ascension. The While tho crowd was not a record- times he would suddenly swoop j latter will take place down town this breaker, it was the largest for an down on them and they would run to-morning at 11 o'clock, opening day of any previous lair and j cover or else drop flat on the ground Managers . a .Matson and W. F. the arrival.-) during tno afternoon a nil : for four of being struck, though at ' Keloher. of the baseball tournament, last night justify the belief that thcjiio time did lSeaehoy come ilosounnounced last night that they had down nouiice for mo, however, that I shall not fly down-town again, simp I wish lo entertain the people who Journey out to the park each day fo sec me lly. After this 1 will fly only at the park and within full view of the grandstand and quarter stretch." The fair officials . last night an nounced that JScnchey would confine his flying lo the park and its near vicinity, the balance of his engage ment, which will extend throughout the week, lie flow over the city yes terday as an advertisement only and the trip Is not lo be repeated again. Fverywhoro last night rould be heard praise for Ifeachey's wonderful flying. (Hie man stated lhat he would be on hand today to see lleachey In his one-in He race around the Traction park track with a motorcycle. "I will watch the motorcycle, though, and net I'.eachey," said this man, "lor to watch lleachey gives me palpitation of tho heart." T. J. Na Ion, secretary of the Commercial club, said that Lleachey had been misnamed, that he should be called ' Lincoln F'eachey," instead of Lincoln Ib-achey. vick i'iu:Sni;Ts siioi i CAM, AM) t.F.T ItAIX.I S. President 1.' K. H. Sellers, of the state fair, announced yesterday evening- that all vice presidents from the different counties were expected lo call upon him, and receive their badges. None have called to date, but all are entitled lo badges and ale r ijiiestod to wear them. Casas Giandes Conchy Aain, Ottoman Empire Giants Con-;New Jersey Man Says Roose- Becomes Scene of Active! Warfare Between Opposing' Armies of Republic, cessions to Christian Prov inces Which May Meet De manded Reforms, velt Plan is to MOTOHt Y I.K It.U'l-TS roit WI.K.K AUK AXNOrXf for race Kit. iho The list of molorcy week are as follows: Today Chain drive twin cylinder three mile event. Kntries A K. lleau dette, William .Uci.inger, Clifford riyatl, llalph Whlleshles. K. Fl. Swope. Aeroplane vs. motorcycle, one mile. William .Melzinger, niotnrnycle; Lincoln lleachey. aeroplane. Wednesday licit driven single cyl inders, three miles. Chain driven sin gle cylinders, five miles. Thursday Single eyllndi r. chain driven, four miles. Tw in cv Under, chain driven, throe miles. Friday riirstilt race, lor twin cyl inder chain driven machines only. Fifteen mile limit. Free for all handi cap, three nilles. Saturday Single cylinder, belt driven, rive miles. The program shows nine races In- slead of the four originally scheduled, All are expected lo be good, as the lassll ieatlon of the machines accord ing to drive and engine power pre vents any une,iial contests so far as the motorcycles are concerned, mid puts the matter of winning distinctly to the drivers. Illl I IV. ATTACKS LABOR 'rofrressive uanaiciate bays Democratic Nominee for President Was Opposed to Unions in 1909, t AMtlLI K IIV COWP.OYS xi cowtiip.i.s spi.KXDin. Following ;he Silver Clty-Albu-niierciue. hall game, w hich i ' "or City won by a .more of 4 to 2, a party of e'ght oowhoys and cowgirls i-xci . ted with unusual grace and cleverness, a quadrille on horseback to music- fur nished by Clark's Imperial band. The horses showed as much know ledge of the different llgurcs as did their rid els and there was not a mis-step dur ing the quadrille. Following the quadrille, the four cowgirls pmtii ipated hi a llvt -eighths of a mile dash, Mrs. Summers win ning. Miss Haiiey was second and Miss I laird third. The ; ice was a close one and the girls proved thai they could ride as will us any Dr Mnrnlnv .lawrnitt fttHMiltil I.itr4 Wlr.f New York. Oct. 7. C.iiveriior John son, of California, Ivailod Long Island on behalf of the national progressive party tonight and proclaimed it bis intention in future addresses during the campaign to discuss Woodrow Wilson's attilude toward trade union ism. He asserted he would seek to show that the democratic presiden tial candidal,- formerly was hostile to union labor. Ill pursuance of the plan. Coverlet Johnson tonight dealt with a letter ilovernor Wilson wrote to President Jollue, of the Missouri, Kansas t Texas Itallroad Company In 1H07. The letter contained acknowledgment of a copy of an address Mr. .Inline hu -3 , marie in which he attacked labor unions and political demagogues.", (lovernor Wilson wrote regarding the speech: "I have read It with relish and en tire agreement." After reading the letter (iovernor, Johnson referred to a speech made by (lovernor Wilson In 1!0:i, when ho wuh iiiiiiIh :is hm v I n v cprlMtt, lahor' union teiideiic,.N were 'econoiiil, ally disastrous" and then said: "We have, therefore, llie attitude of Mr. Wilson in hostility to labor unions ill lHOli and Hie fact that 'with relish and entire aKieeliient' he read the ad dress conc-inlng the -cruel, unthink ing hammer of labor unions,' In 1K07. The period of 1907. liiax mid isn't Is now before us, during which, if ve may Judge from Mr. Wilson's utter ances there can la? no doubt of 'in hostility toward organized labor." (Br Mornlni Journal Rixrlal jtn4 Wlr. ) 101 I'aso. i ici, 7. Inez. Salazar. one of the best known of the many rebel generals, has re-entered Mexico and Is leading the rebels in lliV Casus Clau des district, according lo letters shown today by rebel rcproKeiilatlvos lure. Ceneral Salazar first wrote from Los Angeles, Cal., then from a point the border near Douglas, All... and later from a ranch In the state of Chi huahua, Mexico. It Is explained that since the failure of the campaign ill Soiiora resulting In the arrest in Hie I'nited Stales of nearly all the rebel chiefs who had broken with Oro.co and entered the western border stales, Sahixar decided to 'return to the Orozeo fold. For this reason he visited Los Angeles, a. id after denouncing the party of Vas- I n , ' , (iopiex, which It Is said had allied Itself with the Magonjstas, or so-called socialists, be re-entered Mexico as all Orozeq revolutionist. This Is shown In series of corres pondence. That Salazar will reorganize llie scattered rebels who have flocked loailerless from sonora Into Chihua hua, Is the hope of the revolutionary Junto here. He then Is expected lo Join forces with (leneral oro.co, who has entered Coahulla, iho border slalo still farther lo the east. Hula gar Is said to have more than lioo men under him In the Cusas (iraniles district, IllKlVH, KNl'OHOZO II As SI ItltFNHKUl l TO V KDKUAIM. Caiiunea, Sonoia, (let. 7 - Isldro -.'s-coboz.o, the rebel colonel who with sixty men gave himself up here, said today that (leneral Antonio ItoJas, re-1 I '-! leader in .Sonora, is willing to no- ocpt amnesty If. Ills personal safety and thai of his men Is guaranteed. lOscohoy.o offers to see ltn.liis, who Is operating in the mountains nearby, and perfect the arrangements. HI.IITI.VI, (li t I lis IX CASAS t.lJAXIHX rOKXTUY. Juarez, Mex.. Oct. 7. Fighting has occurred at many different points, in the Casus (irandos district southwest of this point, according to American travellers arriving here today. lie bels were repulsed In an attack on old Casas (irandos. Ilehels took tliel towns of Ascenelon and Jiiiioh after sharp fighting, bill were defeated by federals In a battle on (he William Randolph .Hearst ranch southeast of Casus llraiulc. It Is reported thai John Haves, manager of the Hearst ranch and a native California!), was killed. Aniril can refugees coming from the distiict report that federals remain In the towns, while the rebels roam al large over the ranches and milling proper ties. So far, the Mi xico-Norlhwestei n railway has not been again Intersect ed or any town on the line attacked, i. i' Miirnlnf Jmiriml Sin,, In! Trior it Wire.) ills, iiei, ituali II., Ik; al the foreign mats, shows Is a hard fact ger from maitial ma i lis, a ml II Is l ea I mi i will persist as I spoiling tor a arms. i iv or optimism ihcr, aged, but it is polntci sia and Austria, who can go far in the Hall . - 'I lie tension in I hi ii. it is I nought loiiighl, ff ire a ml a lining ill plo -slight slackening. It ho vv ev or, I ha I I he da n- nlhtisiasin rc I that III,- crlsH i million Hoops, continue under Lawless Crushing Wealth It, Nationalize Instead of mill as fight, lore is disconr- v lit that litis i really united, in states. The combined uliitna linn demand ing reforms, which the I:, ilk, in stated were to have despatched lo Turkey, has now, under the guidauiv of diplo macy taken the form of "a noli which will be sent shiiullaiicoiislv to all Iho groat powers and Turkev." The (itliiinuu government, which protested lhat It would not listen lo proposals touching on the Intcrna llonal affairs from any source, has Itself opened the door lo receive the demands the powers Intend to uiiike liy voluntarily granting the Christian vilayets a wholesale measure of re fill in. Official France lias noted those signs of concession as hopeful. The government thinks that with sonic extension and an adequate guarantee that the powers themselves will lake In hand their accomplish incuts, these leforins ought to satisfy Mulgaria. It Is believed that Servla. (ireeco and Montenegro can easily be Induced to accept, but thorp Is not Iho same confidence thai the liulgu r in n government will be able lo con trol the war fever that has clutched the people of that country. Thrcaln are Jieald that King Ferdi nand will risk the crown if he shows signs of weakening. He remarked on an occasion previous to the upheaval. "I shall maintain peace as long as I can without exposing invself to (In stall of a knife." Tin re Is recognition of Iho fid tin the danger threatening the king of llulgaria is now proving a check on llie optimism to which dlploinals oth erwise would be Inclined to give re'.-i. Oct. 7. "The for i ll l II lit'i : -way (fovi-rnor rized the present BINGHAM STRIKERS Denver, Colo.. second struggle lion," Was the Wilson charact effort In the I'nited Stales to solve the trust question, ill his s oh here tonight before an audience that filled the audita- rliiin to capacity, lie attacked the platform of the two oppos- lug parties particularly regard- lug the trust quasi ion. and de- dared that If "the people of the T'nlted Stales had taken up the teachings of the democratic par- ty yours ago there would be no trust problem today." lie said lhat neither Iho republican nor the progressive platforms ofl'er- ed any solution for tho trust problem. tiovernor Wilson was vvelcoin- ed lo Denver with an artillery salute. He was whisked from Iho station through streets lined with cheering people to his ho- tel, whore he had dinner as a guest of the Rocky Mountain Wilson club. At the auditorium lonlgbt the Kooky Mountain Princeton club and several university Wilson clubs In uniform, joined n noisy Welcome as (lovernor Wlslon entered the hall. The governor left lit 10 o'clock tonight fur KaiiHa-. Ills first Mop will bp at Norton, early to- morrow morning. He will speak at Topcka and roach Kansas City tomorrow night. (lovernor Wilson had a little family reunion before ho left Denver lonlghl. Mrs. Thomas Woodrow, tho wife of the gover- tier's uncle and the man after whom he was nanu.-d, came in a private oar wilh her son mid daughter. Miss Hliilielio Hales, the actress, was ill the party. a RECEDE FROM l:i:l AMD At'l l TI'IKK OF KFIll I. ItAXDS KI I'OI! I I D. Washington, Oct. 7. Kenewed ac tlviiv of Mexican rebels on the Texas border was reported to the war de partment today by Ceneial Sleever. who said he had advices that a rebel band was near Sanderson, Tex. lie has despatched it troop from Port i lark lo protect the lexas town. Reports of wanton destruction of property in the Mormon colony a'. confirmed and luge numbers of Ami l leans in Miohlooan are sanl be In danger from rebel bands. DEMAND i GOULD BAGGAGE IS VALUED AT $400,000 WW York. rt. 7. Km nk J. !niilii ItxJ.iy oll.nn..l i. liiiH. (.f nil Sloo.iHHi Ml th nf 1;iK'K W llh ll Hit niM'UU ; til hoi it it sT'i w ht n hf ii ml M ; 1 1 1 I it ml h-r yiti-i M iw riv t i. last Kti tl;iv from tlit-ir limm in IVtiH. Kn ihT iMni.-Hi. Mr. liotil.l M.. $ J , s 4 I mm Iht- tiutinl.l.' ;rtii It-N. lint (lie Mcilt't pi.rl of th vhIuhI'I' .ti'vwir w,h shmvu !.' hjive Imm ii nf A iih'I ii ti mm h.if i t li;i- txt'ii a't!"'!! Im'Ioii' hv tht flis'nms Hlltll'il Itl'N. Ill' Will H ;tXf tit (lit f .mi l!. Unionists Say They Will Not Demand Recognition of Or ganization If Wage Increase Is Granted By Operators, fl.r Morning J,urnl Hperlnl I.rnftea' Wlr. 1 Sail Lake City, I'lah. Oct 7 -According to all a II lloiinieinelit lore to night, llii- coppci miners on strike al llliigliam are willing lo withdraw th'-lr demand that the operators reoog ni.c the union and will return to wolk II the mi n ase In wages of lilt cents a day Is granted. This Information was transmitted to D. C. .tackling, general manager the I'lah Copper Company toda.v ropi i-sonta tl v e o 1 1 X. Hilton, . CHI Federation , that the unio llo- miners, i plv to the o asking only f Mr. .I.ukliiig vv helher or m p.utv would mauds. I. P. I of the stlil, i, attorney f, I of Mlllel'-. i had M, ppi 4 Indiv i. In,. I' I'laiois for r tin- in, i. a refused I I 111. I till grant lb. . Mi K una. CIS. I Hie We-I- said tonight d aside and , would ap III plov II m -ii t . In wages. night ( 'oppe IlltUel say ( 'oin- 1 do- GIRL RETURNS FROM WANDERING FREAK MANITOBA WANTS AN ALLEGED EMBEZZLER! letclaoit Drives On I Women. Cleveland, Oct. 7. Five hundred women of Questionable reputation have been driven out of town and practically all the saloons, with cheap grill rooms attached have bee n closed by a spec ial lo crusade with thirty fiv patrolmen. Winnipeg. Man, n,i. 7. A w.i--rant was i-siiel tonight bv lb,- polo ,- lp.,rimeiit of tin- Manitoba govern ment lor Harry P. Sims, who Hp- of lici.ils say, is being held al Denv.r P'-nding extradition Sims, who w -llie agent here for SwH! K Co. ,,f Chi cago, s accused, accoiding to lh- po lice, of having absconded recent Iv I wriih sevei.il thousand dollars be,,ng i illy to that fil 111, ,i liver. Col..., i let. 7. Lillian lo", lb,. 1 . '-year-, , bl nurse girl ipp, al e, I from the homo of s A. Johnson Saturday altei was found by Hie police todav ,t me of I i in p.lake. She reached Sniuiil.iv night, dressed in men s vv ho i 'bai l n the h there clothing and with In She at first told of tacked by two null that she had change, I r hair cut short, having been at then admitted her clothing and out off hi of mental memory. - own hair w bile in bewilderment and a Mate loS of (Bt Mornlnt Jmirniil spfctnl Leaned Wlr. driver. Cel. 7. Is there u new den'.'" asked ilovernor Woodrow Wil son, in his speeches throughout Colu- lado todav. when he charged that the Culled Stales Steel corporal ion and other combinations of capilul were seeking to control llie government hv proposing that monopolies and trusts be regulated by an Industrial commis sion. "The old method was eiimpnlRn con tributions: the new method is legall.ed monopoly," said ine governor as ha directed his attacks on the Interests, which lie said were backing the pro gram of the progressive parly. Tho governor drew nlteption to the sonatrt investigation by the clapp commission and said Iho debate there was centered on which of the "certain privileged groups had heeii more iniimuio wun the two candidates of the republican ml progressive purlieu. The governor was given a salute of nineteen guns w lieu no reacneu jien- fi mil Pueblo and Colorado Springs while he spoke iliiinig the day. His oceptioii was everywhere enthusiastic. lieferiing to the pre-onnventlon ainpiigns of President Taft and ear ner President lloosevell, the governor said there was "crimination and re crimination 111 their debate." Ml tho while," declared the Oov- einor, at Colorado Springs, "i was try nig to formulaic In my mind Just what It was they were debating with onrt another, and as nearly as I could make out. it was this: Willi Ii of the two bad boon the more implicated in the tilings which had discredited tho republican parly'.' and then I asked inyseif what was II that had discred ited, or at any rate threatened to dia (nilit. the gnat parly which has so long gov ei in-ii this oounlrv, and It was pcifecilv obvious, upon analy.'is. thai these gent lemon wore debating which of them had been tho more subject to those Influences Which i-li to correct In our ecu development. Tho men who h.iv, promoted the groat combinations of , apital, and the wide spread under standing amongst those who arc con dinting tlie industry of this country. w he h ha t e dominated, busl I" W hose ,lales being ci, ,nln i onlle. but our politics, oniicotions with re being tlehati hnte, yet In the not only our are the men, these oalidt- d. They ar Investigation d utee ill Washington. All of tho Hon which these gentlemen hav naii with the privileged Interests, which have dominated the cb velop ment of America; that is the point. "Pu lhat underneath lies this feel Inf lhat certain privileged groups hava dominated tho government it Aiuvr-