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IS; Mall, 50 Cents u Month; .single Copies 5 oonla. Ity C arrier. (Itl rent Montll. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1912, THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXVI. No. 21. TAFT PLEADS FOR VOTE OF BUSINESS MEN Piosidcnt Issues Statement Showing Conditions are Bet ter Than Ever Before in His tory of American People, NO CHANCE EXISTS FOR PROGRESSIVES Facts Cited Indicate That All Industries are Thriving and Only Scarcity of Handicap, Labor is ll Nomina Imiriiiil Nnniiil IjmiumI Wire. lloveliy, Mush., Oct. 110. President Tali tonight issued a statement pre ilirijiijf republican victory next month miiiI declaring It "obvious that either thv republican or dcinocra tie nomi nee will ho eleeteil." II- says it is an open secret that "the third party does not expect success." The president reviews business con ditions which he Hay are unpi ecedont edly pinnperotis and asserts the ho lier that Hoher judgment of the voters will continue present conditions. The sUitetnont rends In part; "FIfty-lwo jears ago scccders from the union thought they Were lacing a divided north, and would win an cus victory. There had been division mnonK Hie loyal people, hut all unit ed iii lace of Ihe eomnion danger. Then II was said hy hostile erities that thu slilp of stale was drifting. It drifted -yes. Willi Lincoln at tno helm, from the reel's of secession and Hill very Into the placid waters of. union and liberty. I "I'luler Lincoln's tsucccssiirs li has, sailed on, propelled by the winds of prosperity, save when il vovugo has: been halted by just such a visitation of storm and HtreSM, nt tl"il protection sails und broken ' business bulkheads,; as we are now threatened with, should Baltimore supplant Chicago, which it did no, in IMiU and will not In 1 i 1 li . "The- republican party lias had a difficult, if unsuccessful tank, in I teaching the democracy its mistakes, so far as it has been taught; but some- how the obstinate pupil conn's lor ward every four years to be taught ana ill. ' "I am fclud to say, however, that I many (Icniocl'als have Icarnol their lesson well and are refusing to leave Ihe lli'iii ground of prosperity for t he j tiuagmii'c of business illsruptinii, trade I depression and commercial and Indus-I trial depletion. .From all parts of thej country assurances are coining Ihnfj Ihe democrats intend to vote for the! republican candidates and a continu- aiuu nl prosperous ousiiuns litum anil iiKalnst the program of economic confusion and socialistic subversion .of our institutions. sup - polled by the tleinocrittie cantliilales ami Iheir allies. Democratic workiiiK ; men refuse to he Ictl from the taotory I and uooil waHes of 1 1 - nrieK to un tleiiiocrui le hard times of 1IS!):!-S7. "Dt nioeralit- business men feel the same way.' They know that when in-1 dtistrles languish their business lan-i,f iiiislies. too. DrllliiiH. well let ine ulanee at some of the drift. Our, hoine market has tuui, lino, oun in I'vt-' drilled from ','. to Oini. nan, uimi a bad drift, that. Ami it is this magnificent home market without ctiial In the past of present, that the democrats propose to dismember and ilisoimtnlze, ami invite every nation In the world to prey upon, while those s niilions ket p the barriers to their own markets just as hit;li as they Please. ., "Then look at our foreign trade. A favorite, democratic argument is that r, publicum! build up and cultivate the home market at the expense of our fori'lun commerce, when the fact Is th u the growth of fort-ten trade has almost kept proportionate pace, with the done stic, from I .ooo.ooi'.tiliil ilii 1X7(1 to 1 1. 0(1(1, (ion. nun in 1HI. j 'Our exports for the last year uiuoimii-,1 to lM ro,:Us,:tt'i of which J HT l.:!0,!io.'! wire manufactures ready for consiimptloi), the larnest export; tratle antl the larmst proportion ol uiamifa, lures ready for consumption the country has ever known. "The A ni.rte,,,! manufacturer und the American worker would not have 1 1 1 1 , i h spirit li ft for invading the for-I eli;it market if deprived Ity a ileum-1 i litt. c tariff for rivtiiiie only" of the! best iitiirkei of all. more than etna! in I pui cbaiii(. power to all P.urope, the' home market which thev now control.! thanks to the republican protet tiv Iji iff. ' A it 1 1 this uh)reeiiciiteil trow Hi of our foreiKn trad. is ne, omiianietl by xpitiisioii hs tinprecfilcnted in our home trade from nn- end ,,f the coun try to th- other. It Is not sudden inflation but a i;ratlunl advance. Ail industries ar. htiininini; and there is work at Kttod tt Hitt'it f. r all v lt, iti e lllili to wolk. Ill the IMtshuruh I'siiit t sloiie. 1 iiiitleiiHiiil that th re i is work for al least Jfi.ttint work, i in -X, ess of th' p,Ulr,'.i- a V a I I.I I-!.'. "Pusiness. wholt-Kiile antl retail, I tothe n,J -r..f ittile. f.r the p.-ople i have money with which to buy. "The tiuestldii for the Aniciieuii vo ter Is whether tills condition shall continue and the nation shall Ko for ward to even re:st"r :rosperlty. "Tile farmers are enjoying ,nu greatest prosperity in the experience of American agriculture. "At present the steel Industry, coiumnnly regarded as the barometer of business, Is driv en to Its utmost ca pacity, witli orders far ahead for steel rails, (ither industries ale equally ac live and, altogether, national condi tions were never so prosperous and promising, provided the American peo ple decide to apply to their political choice the same good Judgment find prudent foresight which they apply, as a rule, to their personal affairs. "As we come nearer to the day of, election, it Is to be expected that 1he intelligent voter will appreciate mure keenly the responsibility which al lachcs to his ballot. In national elec tions at least, the ureal majority like to feel that (hey are voting for a candidate who has a chance of suc cess. It is obvious that either tile re publican or the democratic nominees will be elected, and not to vote lor the republican candidate i in effect to help their democratic opponents and the democratic platform of a 'tariff for revenue only,' f remitted with direj conseiiii'ii'-es lor too country, now busy and prosperous under republican nil,'. "It is well known to every one, an opi il secret on every sir, 'el corner, Hint the third party docs not expect tuccess. "It remains to he seen how many republicans are willing to ussist in completing the demoralization of the republican party and handing the reins id' government over to the demo crats, to gratify mere desire for re venue. 1 believe that the republican part.v, will be found as a whole, too patriotic, too loyal to its principles and its traditions, too just in its atti tude toward public servants, whuiii it lias entrusted with duties faithfully performed, to commit hara kari in the form and for the objects Indicated." CUBAN POLITICAL UP TROUBLE President Gomez Reported to be in Clash With General of Army; Rurales are Active Partisans, .. . (fly Uitriiing .Itiitrnitl Sprt'litl t.t'ie.rtl Wirr. Havana, t it-1, li . The Cuban irt-s-itienlial canipalLsn is 1 ,citn 1 1 in more acute, ii is reported that President K. tiomez eontemplates a proekt ma I ion declaring himself itetively in coin- imiml of all the armed forces in place of .Major I leneral MoutetiKuedo, who Is reported to have proffered his resignation. This is taken as iutlical ing a lack1 of actortl between the president ami the general, it belli;; asKcrlci,- by the co. st'ivativ fs I hat the president Intends tti throw all his influence in favor of the candidacy of Allretlo Jiayas. Ccncral .Mario Menoc.tl. conscrva- Uivo tandidate for the presidency, and other conservative lenders held a con ifer, in e today with President tiotue., ! protesting against, the retlrcinciit of iileiieral .Monteamit tin, after w hich thu ! president wu 1 t )orteti to have saitl ,,, n n it. M t(1, ,,f rellevluK ( ien-; u jiont,..,,,.,, ,,f iijN , niianil or ,,f llf-suMiinK personal coinniaml of the , reiterated, however. Ills i : ,ieterinlnation to take all iiu asurcs to j insure it fair ami peatclui election, AllcKations of parlistin iittiluile of t h o rural Biinrds come from inanv parts the island and ill t onseiiuencc tic - taehiuclils of rt'KUlar troops have been sent to various places to assist lit pre- scrvintj order. The Cuban seeretarv of lb Hilt ior, Setior J.ttretlo llrua, whose tb partmeiit is vestetl Willi the control of the rural nuartl and the rt'KUlar army, tendered his resignation toiiifihl ami insist,-,! upon its act cplu nee. He is charged by the cojiscrv ttl ivcs wiin favoritism for the Zayaistas. I INTERNATIONAL DRY FARMING CONGRESS1 I l.cHulrittei'. Albtrtu, Oct. L'll. The seventh Intel national dry fartniiiK coiiures, culled for asst'iiibly ill brlitec. October l!i-iti. Is now I.t'lll- reatly for the formed openiiiK ceremony to be pt bv I.leuteiiiint liovtiiior I'.ul- vea. of Alberta, tomorrow. Dfh'KHtf'S fi'om all ttarts of antl Hie Ptiited States r, it,rt tb-ii t;i t tons from the t'orciei tries, Prazil, Chile. I'crsia, ( 'an., da tl. with conn -Turkey. iiusia, Mcxiet) iind vtry pint of tin1 w olid. Dr. A. W'idtsoe, iiitti liat ion tl.nt. pointed out that tlrv 1 picsi farmitn of mois ilillllll at the eonscl'V ttt ion tare lor crop purposes was est to e ery eotiiitrv where cuiturlsl holds place. of int r- the .'n:ri CAMPAIGN STIRS ..(GOVERNOR MARSHALL GOES TO CALIFORNIA (d'-n, Ptiin, o :!.- ov crnor niha na, presl- Thomas I:. Marshall, democratic candidate P tb nt. pas!" ,1 t In ouu h h route to s.tn Francisco 1 li e tod Wile: V etl s he Will Select a site for 1 lit- Itl'llHllit Stllt' b, tit, lip., at the Panama Pacific t-x- posiiion. (i.ovt-rnor Marshall also s. lit.,i,,letl to ieli vtr s.-v-ral s..-e, h.- in tli ln lerest of his party while on the Pa- ific coast. GENERAL SILUU MOVES REBELS TO OF JUAREZ Sends Message to Commander Trucv Aubert of Gaiiison That He is Coming After Now Field Glasses, ATTACKING FORCE IS j ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED! However, Defenders Number But Few Moic,' and Their) Loyalty in Case of Battle isj Not to be Relied Upon, lly Mtil-liili! .l.itirinil SimtIhI l.fafil Wlrr.l' PI Paso, Tex., Oct. ja. "I under-! stand you have a new pair of field I glasses and I am coniiiig after them," I was the inessaKc received early to.-lay j by (leneral Trucy Aubert. federal! commander at .Inure., from Inez. Ha hi - j zar. the rebel general, whose forces! are surrounding tno noruer inwii. i m federal commander Is said to have lost his binoculars in the recent battle of Villa l.ope-., and thai the (lasses were found by Snluzar. Ill urine, of the tlU'ealciied attack on Juarez. Attorney Home. Kobelo, revolutionary representative iicre, at once sent a message to Sulnzar, warn ing thu rebel chief 1ml to al ack Juarez under liny circumstances for fear of arousing difficulties with the I'ultod Slates. Juarez was the scene of the final biilile of the .Matlcru revolution wh bullets .showered over the American! City of lil X'aso. A board of army olfi- j i , , s appointed by congress to iuv esti-j Bute the ekiims of those injured on I Anioricau soil during the buttle of i j mi re, is ill present engaged in an in-i v cstigal ion lure. II was Uobclo'.s idea! lo avoid any repetition of thinner to j Americans on American soil. j The rebel forces today moved to j the lUo liramle, opposite the I'll I'aso i smell er J uureK. lo the of the known, ini'it. (:! fed,, recently . and within three miles of They came from I'.uuchcti oulh of Juarez. The streiiKlh rebel force is not tlelinitely hut should not exceed ."din Juarez is defended by just litis, all but 10- of whom were forced into service and II Is believed can not be relied upon. It is ill there is no artillery In town, all having- been removed by (leneral llut-rita when he was recalled to .Mexico City. .Money in Juarez banks was remov ed to thu American side, but Hun day afternoon found a la rue crowd of American sifiht eels in Juarez, while the natives were eiiterlaiued Willi a bull 1'inht, Itebel troops recruited ami armed on American soil have bcnun lo cross into Mexit Ki'otip or lifts men filtered late todav al l.elea, X. .M., a few miles west of Ml I'aso. Shortly alter, llclieral Steevef despatched two troops of the Second cavalry lo march in all husle aloii Ihe bonier of .New Mexico. t iryaiiizalion of other bands at various points on Ihe bonier Is n - poll etl. Several humlrcd I bel troops have inovt tl lo the river. lusl Their eaiiip fires may test of J na rcz. be seen from the American sitb- i j rebels coiuposinn a proa. In , I so close iiinhl that they wei .oral outposts. tear Kl Paso. Ten scouting parly tip- Jiiarcz late lo apluretl by fed- Keeelit a, llvily of re lives her,- is believed connect ion wit 11 Ihe a nl h on Juarez.. PUSH TRIAL OF Tnclimnm Roti iiiit mi Murdei I t o 1 1 1 1 1 u i v ui-ui iii.c. u i I of Anna Lopizo is to be Pre sented to Juiy During Pres ent Week, I . vtitmina; .loiirinil iiftiitl l'tiM'tl ttirr.l Salem. .Mass.. Oet. Uli. ---Distill t At torney Atwill ,li,ns this week to rush the prosecution ,.f Joseph Kttor. At turo ( iiov a nnitt i ami Joseph Caruso, members of lip- ml usiria I Workers of the U'oiitl. on li m iii'dei of A li lift tive. ulilinK sirik-. When court It lore testillloliv otrie. IS of the . flitpiov.-H ami ,al h. re for the nlb-tcd l.opizzo, a mill opcr.,- lllf I awieuec l- Xlile lollioirow ibv . lie Will be present -it of. Pavvrene, I by mill t ojiiclnls who had to lisliirbanccs atlelnlalil ileal with 1 1 upon the miii-iri ailftl last w inter Thus far no l Mi nted relating t, I Warfare w libit pt'e- t.liioliv tins be. -n pre the n t, ml filling ol th- v, om.-ti the .0111 icon w ea It Ii liav tslablish that llllor and -..us. ,1 tic- strikers to ,ID- mg SollIll 'aliTtiHi orders during which Anita l.opizzo lost lol life. Caruz.. is chargo'l with be ing a pttmipiil in Ho- intunl l-,triK WITHIN 3 MILES bel r, presciila-1 to have stiuic ! ipaletl attack I PROSECUTOR WILL! STRIKERS UTTLE. SEEMS immiuciit at in u m GULF PORT llnitf.l States Cruiser Dcs Moines Arrives and General mmiifuii ni GRUZ Felix Diaz Confers With CapPOUCE ESCORT FROM tain Charles F. Hughes, I HOSPITAL TO TRAIN FEDERAL GARRISON JOINS WITH REBELS Engagement is Not Expected loj be Fought Within City Be-j cause of Danger to For-! eigncrs, I If Mm, din; .liitoieil Nlireltll l.rnril Wlr I ra t'ruz, itel. u. The l ulled S cruiser Dcs Moines, ill colll- j Vert j States I niaiiil - si ea mi ! niKht. ,f r.tptain ''Hul l' s I' . llufUo s, I into this port tluiiiiK the An officer from Hie warsh p lieneral l''ellx Diaz this moin- ! v isit, il li I iu and : bt half itl arrtniKctl an in Captain Much, j Di.i ' wh llo ii advanced to the American c the lies Moines apl.'lin anil Ihe dl held a lonu of which lias leader of Ihe new rev confi renct-, I he na I urt not been iliVUlKcll. While the Diaz revolution sis led the city anil the fetlt rals have take nit i.osilioiis on Ihe ontskli I s lie"' " has been no eomlriif together of lb pos inn e, i forces. The t'celiue. ot'elUU re.slllellls I biy relieved by the Moines, and II is , that .1 battle, if it place beyond the f invie:y i a moil las be -II a'lival of oiislilered is follj'11, city I i i ti - I consider! ! the Dcs J probable ; will lakt its. The (1 I to M, i erinan anil llussiau ininislers ,,. who arrived lu re on the ' steamer SeriiKanein. 1 , f I today lor ; .M exico ( 'i I v on a spe j plied by (leneral Diaz, and KiiHsian consult) ; them pa i t of I he wy ,: l ist niehl h"lween t.'' ' I'liioa I'm i, a man I il train sup The (leruiau Iraveletl with . In the flriiiw e.uilbtit.ls end op. Inline; the j M'arehllahl on a Kiinboat. wtis klllctl. The Ward liner Seruuancla on her larilvai veslertlay was warned by Coin ! mod'oi'e ,V,tieta, In command of Him jetmboats still lovnl lo Ihe .Mexl in Kov t rnnienl, not to discharge its car- no. Today Captain steamer, was ordered by lo unload an,) declared of thane, so. It has on b, aiiitnunlllon for lb" which. If landed, will Jones f Ho lieneral Din? his int nl ! in iril arms and government, I be sei'.e.l bv I rest ecu lei .- in . Azileln .'III l i it'll' ra I Diax. ' 1 n-.i I in t the altitude Commotio 'assume in conneiiioii with (lie .lis ! charge of the cai":o and vv hit I mea sures will be adopted by the D --i Moines. Two other .American warships are t'Xpt'c Ital to rein-h lu re al. any tim. The Spanish consul has sent out w'i'. less messages to pissing slounnrH to proceed here lo Ink subjects ill case of ; A Iva ratio, a m;m,r milts south of Vol"! lured last ntehl hv e ,'l boa I'll Sp.ill'sll bombard lit poll about Ihirly ( 'I nr., was ea I -.Major Z, rape, 1 fev id nl lona ry officer. Tuxpain. 110 miles northwest of Vela I 'I'll., has tb e I a l e,l ill I i v or if the i volution. Ihe ti ill hori' I, a I!, ,.'. together with US li veterans a'ld : .10 aruied v olunlcers, taking p il l In the movement. I The rebel ireiie ra Is. Auuilar a id llelallav,. at-,, loo.ill.d lo be III I , t 1 1 1 U from the north toailack ( ien, ra I Pt I - trail's fear. Ileltrau lias I'.Oiin nnf around Vera Cruz, while the rev t 'u - lionisls have more Ihan I. Soil vv il h in II ity anil I'.niui with ( iene a Is Afiuiiar and Delallavc. A ionium llmi has arrived I. to take off Herman subjects in fane of bolli bit I II III. -I , I . The soldiers of the Tvveiil v -llrst I ail 1 1 ii I i 1 1 ii mnrisoiiiiit! port liitoa, lo leatetl on an islitml in Die local harbor, j today revolted ami jo'tud the rcvtilu i Poiinry forces of I'tiix Diaz. I The Kiiuboats I'ti. vti ami .Monies opened fire on i he ' refugees, killim; several and w iniiulim; olhers. Tin sohlit rM of Port 1 Inn. t ,, risen re malni'tl iiitii, nfu'lii;; to return Ihe lire of their com i ntles. Th,. situation is . si'cii.illv seiious nl Port lilloa. used a- a pciiHcml.il'. . liltil Ihe lire was o t iled bv tb, Prat,, ;,n, Morclos. alier the tb solium tb the Harrison at port liiiou. it was difficult to iiinl. i -sta ml the iiltit inle ot the uunboats. t 'ommotlo! e Anicia. com in., ml in,; the warships still loval lo the not el nniclil . kel Ills euiiSiiml s. a rt lilit; his tiiiimd in' fssanHv on (In; city, allowing twecn II, bo, Felix Diaz no oiiiiniinieaH I shor,-. files OplillCS b, I I' 1 c- j Mill j rdint; his chalc' . let ,1 .' lielit. T, lit and I l'e with Aziitta. rev olui ioiui ry 111,0 '. - aul that Ihe olili lav t I ws ine KtlliOoatM In ! 1 hat t 'ominodo! . bim a bilil. iait proiiiise Cllellglllg llis I lo 10 mill. I 1 111 Pis torees, tail v t the last moment ten, en! was op, 11 asketl wily bu nt,! fire on the J. lie I'n I 1 !.' z sa id W holly llltltee, s il would be e tlls.tble the boats before the Dll'Z 111 ly launched. Wh. sboie batteries d'l !.'le;, I wiirship-. that tois would I. ary. I!.- r.-i' thai irem.lv foolish t., A II jeh his tin h. Is will . 1 1 1 , -1 he d.illv s. In II. (Continued I'ns" t, f L S.) ?Km s Hln UialtH Ml TODAY III CARE Slight Setback Due to Over Exertion on Saturday Does Not Alter Plans for Jouiney Home, Force of Detectives Will Accom- t-t . i A i i pany raiient aim rviomueis of Paity as Far as Indiana State Fine, lly lrtlillM .iMltrilill SptM lnl litHrtl ll' I ' CIllcaKo. (let. U. Colonel Koosc- I'vflt's sllKht setbatk. from liavini: j ovc r-t xerlcd himself In rcet iviiu! 'friends v, steitlay. will not prevent his : tlepjirture for oyster Hay tomorrow ' mornlnit. Ills physicians admitted Itl i the'r mm nliu; bulletin today Unit Ihe j patient hail suffered trout his eer I lions vt'slerdav ami Ihey appetiletl lo I the imblle to aid Iii perfect rest ft r i him. Their bulletin follow s ; rview on i 111:1)1 a. m. l'lilm- and tenipera (leneral I ture normal. The patient continues to ; llllpl ov e, I olotlel Koosev en I i.uiiat I mm ovel'laxliiK suffered himself .Vestertlav tlist halKc lions of We hate Uiet. A i t . i u t'. send him There is solllevvllill more from the wound, but coiull thc injury are satisfactory. Issued orders for absolute incuts have been lint i It' lo home. beli.vllIK conditions wa rra nl il t Ibis time, jllhoiicli II salt lor him lo be under for the in I ten days. be a kindness if Ins the public would assist him absolute rest anil next w ci ' or ten days. .MI'IIPIIV, lli'i; DKA.V r.KVA.V, will be hot) surgical eait Il would friemls ami in a llov inc. tiii, l for th, Dll. J. H Dli. All' . Dl! Dli Tliis issued A I. ION AND I'll! 1. A .Ml! Ill IT, ScrilliY I., TllltltlOI.I.. eveiiiiiK i.nolher btillelln was is folbiws: p. Ill, Pulse 12: 1 "III peril I llt'e spiratioti Is. Illood count tint 'tn lal condition KOotl; resplra- : s. i; mill. (i lory inov vondii ion ineins comforlable. l.ellelal Justifies his leaving the hos- pilal fol nvstcr ll.'.v. advisable, In order t hut It Is deemed lessen tilt. pos he w av isibillty of ciinipllcn Hons, shotiltl no I be dislill'hcil that In any t ml vv i 11 not be a How .(I It ' in ami cur. Mile, lie will h Alexander Lambert rharnc of I r. Sctir- I ir. I rv i P. Terrell. Stencil i .lollX II. .Ml' It PI IV, AKTIMTt D. PKV.W. AI.KXAXDKK I.A.M IIKllT, S. I.. TKIiliKI.I.. All al laliHellients art' complete for Colonel Koosevcll's ilcparture at 7;.'lii o'clo, k loiuoriow. when a bin aulo niob'lc will draw up in the court .van! of the hospital. The block Will be cleared of people and pollctinen will he on Ihe low iooIh of adjolnlii'.; bllililllJKS. . Colonel Kooscvcll will wear heavy clolhinij ami sit in a wheel chair, vv hit h will be low t rcl In a private elevator fr'hn the third floor lo tin unuind level nnil whet led I" the an I'toinobile. lie will be bundled up nil runs ami driven slowly to the station A private entrance to Ihe train floor wll be Kinirdeil by policemen, tin, I the streets for a hundred feel t il her way Will be closed. Attendants will entry I, vv h 'chair down to Hi., train shed ml Hie w il 1 i 1 1 the chair to Hie level of . car tii i . slep. so that Colonel Koosevelt j slep into the Irani. .Mlaelicl I, a'emilar Main will be Hie col, j pi iv a If car, ami another for III. p eliiiK eon espomlenis I pliyslt I'Col I and Mrs. Koosevelt. Ihe ' mi' Ira Inn Mis '.Hit I. Tlieodore. Jr.. ami .Mrs, I, OH wolill Will oeellpc III, colonel's c.l r. I Dr. Alex, Hitler l.aiiib, 1 1 and I n . Tcr ' i , -1 1 . Hie colonel's physicians, will be uiiaiicred with the newspaper nu n in jlhe see I. A bell cord will be III'- tranced so that Hie patient Horn his I bed can summon Hie pliv sieians al lllliv lime. The doctors. Mis. House- c( ami the i be the nurses It rs the pi ilnoimh Xew ol i ill llle sen I Vork I take limliti I, I se cv elt ilauitllti ip. Hi II li ect proceed , i tvst, r I '.a y. The blood test llle patient's I'' lent. o It.,.',. , i '..I.e.. I Koos) lldicut , excel- fountl. ,s!s n W as til k en I o,i. i v j I to l In- opel alitn; i for a la-t -ray I photograph. I, i which Hie doctors cx-p peel to Hole Whelller Hi, t 11 It- s pi' o in in; Ihe bullet lias pi, li t I ar eiiouuh thai Hie missile w III filed hut e I the the pen. I They I I'l I to be tin list awav lion I br, nil I h till u I rib. .Much ;tt in il v will ppiiil . cadv f, disci, lllpc Will J1.r. lion bc- , I . 1 flu .urn, . j w .1 .1111,11 ial pi it,. ea 11 Hons l:,l Poo- for llle pt, v . lt w bell W'-lc iilillO llel Of P I ion .leal .' 'I Sell, 'h rty hospitiil AssHt;,lt t i todO b ntil, r The ns j4.:,,l thirty 1 K It., I d t 'olo it. I lit live ni It I lllcf police will who will route from !i H olm , to.sev elt en I'o, llle railroad tlV' S VV ill VII P.ISS.S the ;li,. I, ! A foi j until slat. oMdlal to e of ,1,1. th.. li., iii line. station. id him I iii 1 ia ti 1 j The ,0S, Itearlv cost j was lived I t.lllf lo,l.,v . I loll Col. .. Itl, A 1, ot the hi l,,i Poos, pT el ision -r.iy pli, ,-t thai so 11 his nr.- r the first graph vvas .lined Ilia I 'lakell and flout litis it vvas b the bullet lav on the outside of the broken rib. t'util this photograph was taken the phv si, lulls had been unable to stale positlvelv whether it was on the outside or Inside of ihe lib. "We know definite thai the bullet lies out' hie Ihe rili w her,, it can do no harm." said Dr. I.anibeil. "It lies ill such u position that I could teach I In pot precisely through a small ln- cisioll. Should Oolollel Poos, -Veil (le Mire lo have It removed .it i,nv lime. It is a matter of his own preference." t'olunel lioosevtlt ill, I not ililnk le would ever have Hi,, bullet removed When the dressing via,.; removed from Ihe wound todav it was found to be slanted will) blood nilnglei With the discharge of serum, "The discharge Is ft, mi the Ihtcrlot infiltrated tract," said Dr. W. I :. Me Canity. "In sit, h a cawc u Ibis while corpuscles id' the blood ale , leo,,-.i I , d over the surface of Hie wound to form a protective wall, when the liillnmmu tlon subsides permanent IK.sue beiitus In Ki'inv to fill up the wound. The While col pllseles dissolve tin, I ale dp t ll.t I 'e, jis Sertl III." Alter t'ololtel llooscvelt Is at llvslCf Hay there will be little I eln .tt Ion in the Ht rlit regime of the phvslclaiis for it Wfek or ten tints. Colonel lloose- Velt bcllevt'S, however, he will be able to speak In .Matllstm St pi. ire Harden, i New Vol'k, on October ;;. lie Indies to make tdie speech lo summarize .ill of his leasomt for st'ekiun' support for the ptoKfesMlv e parly, ami has be- I jKini to plan an lilt'llier In Ivvcni I "I am koIiik 'wnv," he sHltl. ioIiI.v Ihrcc word: i,bli'es which lie can v minutes to the lilecliliH any 'even If I can opeak s III! K M'l.Mis tiii: hi i)iv; ici ri ; .Milwaukee, Oct. ti. John Seliiank, vv ho a t tempi etl to Koosevelt, occupied hi vv rili iik a nil re,,, Mm;. A bo,.t w rllten by n who a 1 1 , rw a i ds b, a nt ea I I ieil ttll mi... sh.ua rv kill . Inn, Theodore today In former conv ict converted anil rv work, vvas re Arnold today for handed (lie pris colled by Sherdf Sclll'allk. II was oner. Seliiank perused n number of the panes of the rclii'.loiis work. It is nmlersiootl thai a t onshlor.ihle portion of Sthrank'N wrilluu consists of poctrv ami what prose he has ground out Is of a rambling nature. L Four Brass Bands Play, Police Act as Pallbearers and Fire Department Automobile is Funeral Car, i it. MornttiK .Ifiirinil Kt.fiitl l.niMftl M Irt. "ill I no., 'Mi. . t lie I it 1 1 c t n I ot Willie l!iif;h, the newsboy, who nave h's crippled Icmt that skin mteht be Krafleil lo the hotly of .Miss lOthel Sinllh. thereby savlim her life, was lichl here today and practically all (,ary and many from sti rroii ndiiiK towns nil, -n, led. The hiiihliuu was not laillc eutlllllh to liecolllllloilille tile crowd and the services were held in the streets. 1'otir brass bunds plu.vetl. six police men were pallbearers and a lire tle paitnient a uloiiioblle was Ihe funeral car, while a eoiiipanv of firemen cur- i Id Ihe Mowers. .Many which i pass Ih In the w mm u vv t inor, llioll if Hit l'e Ilia had sir, bier DDI It- AUTO EXPLOSION IS PROBABLY FATAL T Forty Seveiely Burned When Flaming Motor Car Suddenly Blows Fiie Comtnunicat - i i -... i r i ea 10 uasonne laiiK, lit IhirtiiiiK .liniitiitl .St,. ial Petit Inula, ('ill. ( let. -0. soils VV lie scVel.it burned I mobile explosion loi e to e, I"1' ,hii- 1st Hie lit tow 11. 'a t i'le fill owd nail .bile will ,f .Mi Hire, III, II- w ho n u - posso.l Hit bill lied, il about ., had been III. II -'.-to. I ri.l ,;. . .vl I'lni-r chief .IV r .aiin IS f Ihe Hi. Dpi ill, 'III. I', liomlcl to the lit, , la a ml la Iii 0 I iivv n j 1 ci- , I atlaekcl the c 1 ingii'slicr foil, feet le suei blaze The llle Willi 1 111 a V , Xplo ti,s till' w hu h 10, s Moll. V I I II P I 11 II' b . and l.s, at I lo' point and , ell V ,io, few lllol til. iilc t Ot II,, inc.. 1 1 a 01 pled llowed. I ii,i 0,1 I .1 do blast t , I e cuts ow,i ; and ; was swept by ;, set, ral teison-1 w III Hi" pa nio W hi' Kvorv inns,, in ng.ig' ,1 a ml ot h. mom "I from S.m I , Il P I, t.ihtiiia has have been 1 nti.seo. been siini- in ' Wish, d. II. an to New i. 1 son i-Hil of Money XiagiiHtc. ntiion. t et ;n. 1 iiniiet I : itl - ,11.1,1 f the house, has gone x oi k wiih Mib,oi iiacs for wanted btfoif ihe money estig.t t tin; Cf.mtlllltee. AnionR ocllaes is Si, id to be one fol" Pock, fell, I. ir, it iliv III. Mlbi Willittiri THOUSANDS H i WE FUN OflRPERSOS HUBBELL HAS TAKEN S1EPS TO GET BACK Discredited Boss of Bernalillo County Fosters Plans to De stroy Piesent Republican County Oiganizatiou, TO DISGUISE MOVE AS TAFT-JAFFA CLUB Proposes to Finauceampaigu Independent of Chaiiman Baca and Committee, or Through Men of Own Choice. Pliable to ousl I'llfevio Paca from the I'luilriuaiiNliip of the rcptihlicun county central committee and rcKdln coiilrol of the county oi Kanizul ion by the offer of $i.oui to Hit? slatf cen tral t i.uiii, lltee. olu -half to go to Piit'a. Prank llubhell has t ome forward will) a selienif tn praetWMilly destroy Ihe present re publico!, ciinnt.v ol'H'anln t it in und rediice il wllh one of his own chooslite. The method adopted Is InKciiloiiM enouKh to ii roust! admiration ill a bet ter canst- and is simply lo take the control of all finances for the ctun paten from the executive coininlltee and place II III the hands of a commit tee which Will be composed of frlt'llllM of lliihboll. Iiicldeiilally the scheme, us devised, and In process of execu tion, will be such u slur upon .Mr. I turn ami the meinht is i,r the executive conimllleo thai Its tleslAiiers believe they will he forced lo rcslu.li nnil re fuse In have even a nominal direction of the caiiipateu. As a priiinilna rv to the move, Juiln 10. A. .Mann tendered his reslKnallon lo Paca us a member of the executive coininlltee. In the recent strUKKle of Ihe county republicans uK'Hnsi I ho domination of llubhell, which was be Knii prior, to Ihe statu convent Ion, JutlH-i- Mann itllKiieti lilinself with th n li ( l-1 1 til 'I it'll forces and Has placed on the executive committee by Iluca, but he wits never very militant In the fteht and many members of the coni m 1 1 tee IhtuiKht that his opposllloii to Ills former political chief was only hall'-hcarteil and Ihcv' claim that Hiib- I sett lien t events Justify their hiih- pltinns. Il Is now openly claimed by 11 number of the aiili-lliihhe.il lepulill cinis that Mann, as well as It. II. i I I'll 1 1 IK, only obtained places 011 Ihe commltlee for the purpose of work ing for tile reliisl, Moment of lliibbell. Al any 111 1 1, when the iitenl effort to force paca lo resign 'n del'eatt,l by (he positive refusal of linen lo ac cept $ .Mi 11, in- niiy other sum, anil slep out and by 11 unanimous vole of Ihe central coininlltee to retain him, Judge Mann promptly resigned from tl Vettlllve coininlltee, mid on Kat- jnrdny nlghl lasl met with l.oids II In Ihe Inn., j fchl. tMiix Xoidhaus. Dnvltl Uosen n an hour lOiwahl und P. o. Jaffa at which the been placed 1 lalesl move lo eel lid of linen ami hla ft- Isiipportf rs and substitute llubbiil men. jus iiiilvo malingers of Ihe campaign, Wits perfected. This meoliio; followed one at re publican Il t It 1 it 1 1 ttt rt f I'M between lltieil and Ihe gentlemen who Inler met with Judge .Mann At the lieaiiiiartiilM' inci'liiig Paca staletl Hull sufficient money inusl be deposited In the credit of the fxecotlve coin 111 II I ee to meet H e legitimate expenses of the cani I aign. 'Ph I" retpiest was met with H'e sit ti I .ti i"t t Ihat nollilng woubl be ccntiiliuted unless lis distribution was hit to a commltlee to be named out side of Ihe regular executive commit tee. This commitlce Is to hnvn the handling of all funds contributed to the campniKii in the county. It will j",'' j'1" milt the ae, mints of the executive mmitlec and pay or disprove bills lit pleasure. tt t it 111 1 1 v I'to it and thu members f ihe executive iiulltee resented llle Idea of appearing In'Tore the pilb- hs as in - i v in, could not bo trimted. I rim-it tOrci t,, handle the campaign funds anil Uti - Folly pt r- 1 unci 10 Lave their expenditures ren in an auto- Meld bv a sell -it ppoliiteti committee, lay will, hlt vas pointed out thut every Item 1 Z.i it ma n, I , ' ,... lido 111 e would be open to thu 1 (iisp,., i i,ui of anv one nnil that every 'dollar received would bo accounletl f,.r. The Hiibht ll people stood firm. however, and declared they would nt soli, it or contribute a cent to the campaign fund unless their plait ; Mr ratlv I to. Pact slated that lto tlfltl IJ obliu.itt tl tho party to tho rx of about JSOO for expenses anil L. lie would ngreo to any suclj whh h he saitl was designed only 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .' himself and the member but bcf'.r plan, to It,, the , e, iiilve committee, he would the outstanding Indebtedness! out his on n pocket and close tho ru pav of ptlldi, So I 1, beadtitiarlei s. 1 Chairniun Herbert W. Cl.11 k, ienibuan statu lentral coin has not Mtiearetl In the latest f llubhell to retake control of fa of the mil tee effort pohtnal affairs in liernalillo county, hut as he wits especially active with Senator Thomas It. Catron In tho re cent effort to oust Itaia Bt the be hest of llubhell, it Is generally believed that the state committee Is at least in sympathy with the present effort to 1 (.pinHate ami disgrace the men elected I'V Uo voters ft the cPuuty.