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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
Itjr Mull, Ml t cniH tt Month; (Single) CoC-. & cent, Hy Currier, (It) ( en It Month. THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXVI. No. 23. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 23, 1912, J DIAZ WAITS ATTACK BY MADERQ S MEN L More Than Five Thousand For eigners Take Refuge on Ships With Ten Thousand Mexican Non-Combatants, FEDERAL MARCH ON VERA CRUZ DEFENSES Ailillery on Heights Expected to Fire on Assailants; Battle in City if Outposts Are Driven I I DIP AI S MAY .MUX I 'OIK 'ICS Willi 1I '. Vein Cruz, Oet. 22. Promiscu ous t'trl im Kit vi. a false alarm that a lialtle tvus on, (ieneral 1 tf 1 1 ran, however, had stent a 'emissary of fering a triiee until daybreak to morrow. This Is taken here to mean that Hell run probably will join the. revolution. The troops under (ieneral Dlaz wei e si nt back to barracks und eoriclitioim heeame quiet. Thirty sailors from the fleet here joined Diaz. A few of (Ien eral lleltrun's outposts also came over to the Dinx euuse. The advance posts of lioth fed erals anil revolutionists still oc cupy their positions. Cieneral Pdtrnn h.m .six hundred federals within sight of the city and (ien eral Zozaya commands artillery ahout a mile and a hall' to the west. I Illy -tlt.riilliK Ji.iirmtl Npi-chll I.piim'iI Wire., i Vera Cruz, Mcx., Oct. 22 'I'll" feile-I nil forces began their advance on I Vera Crtii. at noon today. The robd-. I under (ieiieial Felix Diaz, who oeeu-j Py thu city, calmly awaited their ap-j preach j 'lefie'iHl It, 'lir. in, commander of 'h". fcilefals, previously hail informed the city council that the buttle was about to begin. He declined to allow more! lime tor the removal of non-combi'.- I ii nt s lo the neutral zone. The boats In the harbor ha'" o:i board more than "..non for, inn t'et'u ;.oes and II), (Hill Mexicans. The L'uiteJ Stales cruiser lies Moines is uboip ' ("i Minis from the American consulate. The. space between is neutral, ami many of the refugee craft have t it If 'tl up posit 'iinn there. Only thirty-two Americans remain within Hie town. Tlie foreign coiisjl.i have gone aboard the boats. The American consul, William W. Can ada, has assumed leadership of die situation. Haln t hreatyued to dic'idi the refugees ami fighters. Within an hour or two the federal:! were only seven miles from the city.! (.Ieneral lian said that the nrtillo.-y on ihe heights in tile outskirts, will j fire on the loyal troops. Only I 1 1 - outposts are driven biiek, will he fight j in the city, j oi ;.( 'o says m;in:i, n r. xo Kl ('an,,, Tex., Oct. Z the chiefs have person (IllKI'S ii;rnoxs. !. "Xone of I I ambitions anil I hey are disposed to unite with any new rev olul ioua rv movement v hit h has patriotic tendencies." This, contained in a letter received lure today from I'asciial Orozeo, Jr., Hppears to I elix Diaz The letter at ftaiiclm bear a prediction of the revolution at Vera Crins. was dated ( letober till. Santo Domingo, a few miles soul Invest of I'.; I'lt'in the location gle I'as of tlie I ex. rebel forces it is shown that t ieneral ( uoz co Is moving west again. This bears out ii report received loday by I'lliled S;at,-s government men here that Oi ozcu intends to re-eiiler Chili a i Ii ua. encouraged by recent rebel successes in the south of Mexico. Pi the Iclter, Oro.eo warns Attor ney Conner. Pobela, his rept es--iita I i v e here, to take ,-are not to violate the n'eiitrality laws, und It. give to the press only verified filets regardless of pal llsanship. Orozeo denies he has been In th,. I nitial States. All remains qujet about Juarez. Pebels under Salaznr who threatened to atla'K the border town tired to the hills, evidently I'elliforeemeuts. have e pet t re TUT MAY i:TUA MISSION 111' o.l!l ss. Washington, (li t. .- Speculation j l omoets the approaching return to j Wpshillgloll of President Tall, con tent v to art ii ngcmeiits prev iousp ''. " :' ".'rn " ,.,!.... wmh int." pi iiir.il Ml i;il!il in M I' t. ;intl Hurv nif liinis of thr p' liility of a sM''(al st ssinn (' r(n;r. to n l ev e the president n to w li-'tii-r tlie tin, - h t.-i v entioii, oi'tit ially the Id.-,, is lh,- tletermiiiition of th to adhere to its present ,f a rip iloeii Ul for ,ii- , out. ! in, In "aid to th llil Ille.J. Mexican siitiitti Secretary Stims, n is W.i h i nu t. hi Sa 1 u rib, y, Vork, it is understood. it in nln-! ti from New H'hlllliT of "liuinal plans. While no iitsd , u t ions b. -iriuK on the point haw l-en tiv.-n to ( 'apt. on liugh.x, the American naii roc. UN GENERA BELTRAN iniindor nt Vitu I'm., tin- state mid linvy ilcpnrtnicntH hit -- tut' 1 1 1 N' np proved the measures he has taken 1I" tlu aitfcty of foreigners as lh,- injunction luUI by him upon thi' federal commander of the Mexican Kunhnnt in the harbor to refrain from a bombardment. There Ik hiiUI to be ample precedent for this Inst action mi (lii- in i t of Captait I Unfiles. ( HUU AUI A TO I l I. INTO II AMIS Ol' Itl IH I S I. os Angeles, (let Kilns, former M.xli Angeles, ami now (iciiciitl l''i-!i Dinx 22. A i t tiro ill consul In eprosclitulive In tli ix illy. Molincril that till' government state of chihuahua would be taken over at once by officii! In pledged to Din.. Provisional (invernor lillpe (.ulicr rcx, J, M. Pome dc Leon, iirovislonal secretary of stall', it. tit A. Talavora, president of Ihe Chihuahua leglsla I ure, left heiu Sunday for Kl 1'aso and, ae i.ol'ding to l.lias, they will assume charge of ('liihiiuhiiii affairs imiiio tllnlely. AS REMEDY FOR National Women's Christian Temperance Union Sees Only Hope for Destroying the Liquor Traffic, III..' Moritliitf .leiirnil, Nli-rial 1.1'iiM'tl Wlri-., ! l'ortlatltJ, 111','., (let. 22. Pesolu jtlons were adopted today by the Na sjlional Women's Christian Temper- jaiiee t'nioii, lllhsnlllto pl't ' ly means of renl'limiing Us heli, f that hiliilion alToriled the "on ileslroying the ll,,u,ir truf-co-ordinate evil, white indemning the doctrine lie and Its slavery," c that tlie social evil is , necessary one; and regulation n principle ami ctU:tl suffrage, dcelai i ik segrcgat ion of vice were wrong i Ineffective: approving a pilnimum wage anil ipial ,uy it ml ! giving earnest support to the move ment for universal peace. Southern California came off win ner of the largest portion of the prizes for departmental work. Miss Mae M. Whitman, national superintendent of temperance and la bor work, in an address today declar ed that investigation hail I, ecu shown that though labor leaders and labor unions often times made mistakes, t lie trend of unionism was toward Sobri ety and better morals. She declared feasible the "friendly inn" as a sub stitute fur the saloon. Interest (enters in the election ot officers tomorrow. The general im pr, ssion is Unit virtually all the offi cers who have served during the past year will lie re-elected. Mrs. Lillian M. X, Stevens will Huceeed herself as president, and Mrs. Klizabcth I'. Hutchinson as treasurer. Several cities want the national con vention for 1911 bill Washington, ) ('.. seems to have the largest follow ing. CAUSE Five Men, All Presumably Ital ians, Shoot Miss Rose White to Death in Mysterious Manner, lllv Miirnii.K .loiirn.il spi-chil I ciiseil Wirr.l Stratford, c.inii., Oct. 22. Mis I Pose While, of Pridgeport, Conn., i was shot to ilea Hi tonight several miles rrnin here by members of a par ty of live men, said to be from Xew York. Three of tlie party have been i, nested. All ure suhl ,(J be Italians. The three arrested are Joe Punnna. Joseph Monies anil Prank Prizzie heni. Two members of the party went to a Pridgeport garage tonight and hired i an automobile with William Hall us j clianl feur. The parly slopped on a side street a ml (he other men and the woman got in the car. Alter trav eling several miles, Hall was ordered to stop his machine und the. men and ihe woman im, out. (bill was then tolrl to turn around and t back later l,.r the pailv. He had not gone far wh.-n he h.ard shots, lb, II there upon notified the authorities. who hiin ied to the se, ne and made the tl ree arrests. Tile woman's body w.is found by ih. roadside with live bullets in her lo ad. The motive lor tin- , i in," is un k novvn. - 1 .TRAMP STEAMER LOST IN GULF OF MEXICO Hons steamer Ta mpiei n. Nlci M, '.X.. (let. it. The I Til 111 ram, a. which sailed from .. i letober .,!. for Port Arthur, Tex., sank in lh ieo. i..i..i,.r ih. Six drowned. The other ., i land in saf.-lv. gulf of Me.X f her erevr aid leiiclle.l I tie . ei. I ll l; llil was eatmht In a ls-l;,n,l. sixty miles hristi. Tex. She was and was valued at ..wit.-d bv ihe M-- ;M..rm "ft I'urde ; south of Corpus ( j of i :t;i7 toi, in t S I'll. I,:lt Slve W;,s le'.w C,;isoli.l., I.-.J -'tis.. lopa n y of Titm- . k f tile PROHIBITION CITED MA EVILS WOMAN MURDERED FOR UNKNOWN JOHNSON ASSAILS FORMER POLICEMAN BECKER KEPT FROM ! TRUST RECORD IN STRIKE TRIAL I WITNESS STAND OF WQDDROW . SAYS DEFENSE 2 WILSON IS UNFAIR i California!: Charges That New Jersey Governor Has Made No Effort to Bac Up Com bines Domiciled in That State, DEFENDS ROOSEVELT'S CORPORATION POLICY! Progressive Candidate for Vice President Says No One Need Ask Party Platform on Woman's Suffrage. Wo- ll.v l.irtllllK .I.Hirmil Hpt-i'liil IfHM'it I Trenton, N. .)., Oct. -2. Making III last address In New Jersey, during the present campaign, here tonight, liov ernor lllrum Johnson sharply criticised Oovcl'iior Wilson for his failure to do a. little "trust house cleaning" hy driv ing I In- Standard Oil. Tobacco and 1 ' "thirty or fortv oilier hums," of which Xcw Jersey is the mother, out of busi ness. The state la ws gave tin right to take such action. governor the declared the California executive. Incidentally (inventor Johnson de fended Colonel Itoosevelt'H record in relation to tug blis.neus and a:-.-crtcd that to him belonged the credit for the present agitati, u against monopolistic combines. "Compare the record of the demo cratic candidate and that ot Colonel lioost'V t It," said the governor. "Your suite is tile mother ot trusts. It was litre that the Standard oil combine hud its genesis. The origin of the To bacco trust was .New jersey. And we find in your slate statutes that might have beiti applied for the dissolution these trusts. As I have read his utterances dur ing his campaign, I nave imagnieti ai times that siiiiiy tie must have at tached the Simulant oil, the Tobacco anil the lliiity or lorty other trusts of which Xew Jersey is the mother, but I find that the ri cortl is silent regard ing the dissolution i f any of Mhctn. Ami If the record is silent for thu twenty-two mouths he h-s been gov ernor, then may we not be led to think that since he now altucks them so vigorously meta phoriea 1 1 , lie recently lias changed bis views toward them." The govern, r referred to (iovernof Wilson's refusal at a recent meeting to ans.vcr a ,iiesil,,n regarding how the democratic party stood on woman's suffrage. "On the question of sullrage, we are not afraid to a nnoiilicc uui'sclvcs either in response to a iiuery or without n yucry," he declared. During the day, I tic governor made three addresses. The first was at a factory 111 Klizabeth, where socialists made a futile at tempt to interfere with his gathering; the second In it ihealet at Higbtown, and the last in tile Young Men's Christian association building here. His largest meeting Wits here, where, despite a rain, the house was crowded. IT Railioad is Charged With Crowding Cattle Into Carsj ail Carrying Them Without Food or Water for 72 Hons,! Illy .lurnhiK .Itairliid Npri-lul I.e. t IVirp., San I'raneis, o. Oct. I'J. Th So ar ing of thirty -one eases in till., the Southern i'acllie railioad Is ai'ei. "d of having violated the federal lav gov t ruing Interstate tra nspui'la t ion ol aniinals was resinned today befor, Judge William C. VanPlo.t. in the I'lliled Slabs dislllct court. Tin company Is aeiii.,,1 of having hauled cuttle In elo.-ed lar.s for .is long as seventy- hours without foo,l, water ol lest, and of having eariied thirty -llv, and forty animals in a car. Tin show railroad introduced lllill some of the ii evidence t, Ib-geil vi,e lap. Ill had been made of tile shippers. Thi ol. II If this Were the Hot Justify a V Ink, I ion Some o the eases VV. than 'ive year ill;... at the request court Insisted j case, it tv otibl "f the law. j re beg ,t mor- ; STEAMSHIP AFIRE SINKS NEAR SHORE! i Noll, sh 1 1. Pe out Cov Ik. "let. ;.-Tln- si. kshiie. which raced into Look '. N ('.. Si n liiy. wltli tut i,.t ton afire, tuniutit is a saiil.ei, hulk In shallow water. Tweiitv -one passengers taken oft hu., landed at Cape Look out life savilll! ti.tli.li to. lav Were of fered transportation .,n ihe lt.-t ksiilrc'n sist-r ship the liederi.k. Several woman passengers r.-fuse.l , g. t. ml went (. their In. no- by tail SOUTHERN C G PROSECUTED FOR VIOLATING LAW . i On Cross-Examination Wit - ness Resents Effort to Bi Out His Own Unsavory Past Record, DISTRICT ATTORNEY FINDS NO EVIDENCE! Clerk in Lawrence Railioad Of- j fice Tells of Assault by Mob Resulting in His Bci: Diiven Fi 0111 Car, ll MeriihiK .l.tiiniill NM' It, Salem, Mass., ( let. i.'L' Moore, a former police Lawrence, under fire of the defense, late to, lav ICtlor. (iiovannltll and in tlie trial ol 'aruso. for t he murder of Anna I.opizzo during the; xtlle strike, caused a stir In court; bv ilechirim. his hum record was be- i I lug exposed het.itus.' lie "refused to j sell out to the defense." . I I .Moore had been called by the ills- i , tfiet attorney ami tcMIH it that Kltorl I in Law rence, January "'.;. i, rtrtonted jlo strikers to take a prisoner awuv J rrotr a policeman who bad ai rested j ! him. Moore sa d lie heard Kit or shout-. lug to the strikers to rescue tlie prl-, soncr and that he called Klior a "dirty dago' and told him to "do your own dirty work." J. I'. S. Maholicv, counsel for the defense, Immediately produced records alleging that Moore, when an employe of one of the Lawrence mills, hud been convicted of theft and also had been convicted of assault ami sentenc ed to a rel orina lorv . Moore admitted tlie truth of the records.. Later the defense learned that Moore hail been lined $1U ami costs for ail assault two weeks ago, upon a ilium named I'atrlek lleiiiv, at r.everly, I Mass. ' At the reoiicst ot Attorney i'eters, counsel for tliov a niiltt I, he was recall- ! cd and ( onffonteir Willi the record. i "Yes. Unit's true," Mom,, admitted. Then lie shouted vehemently, "these records are being brought in here be- , ta on. I refused to sell the government to t he defense." I "What:" excUiimcd Attorney pel 'els. "Do you mean to tell me you ev er sa vv me bet ore '.' 'Xo." .Moore replied, aibllng that lie had seen another attorney who act ed In the Interests of the defendants, lie was about lo speak further when Judge J ti i ii ii ordered his statements stricken from tlie record. District Attorney Alvvill made an Inquiry Into the charges anil there was no Indication tonight that Moore's decla la I ions would be Investi gated further. John .''letchci. a clerk In a Law rence railroad oft ice, told of being as saulted by Ktrlke s inpathlzei H vv h 'li on a street car. I "I was hit on the head with a rock I thrown through a car vinilov l'"leteher, "and then was driv the ear. As I wns leaving It, ,, said from n lilt me on the Ilea unconscious t-recoM-i etl." I w itli a n hours. club I Im ind I was ve not yet HEIR TO TITLE !L Edward Pennington, Preside! t of Soo f ine, May BecoTiie Lord Muncaster If He Wishes the Honoi, W Irr. I '''but Illy Miirnhiu ,l, ,.-,.:, I SH-iii.l l.t-us. M iitnapolis. .Minn., Oct. I', he Is lle'l' to Ihe estate nil, I title ,1 Lord loda. (but ,M unc. vv as the statement i of lalward Pennington, presi f Hi, s,. Line. Tile fuels receipt of a Mum-aster v line public tod. IV oil .itch sla ting i hat Lord searching for tin d, s-I'taln-h of tile f.'lnll America maiiv years ' olieel ulna Ml Pen tend. I llts vvhbh ago am) ll Skill j miigton s "I hav years." , il IK I -tt ! S. klii.V. I) iilMMlt tills id A 1 1 li rniiii!:hn ! f'.r "My lli.ee Lord .tlun h.o -;, s-l i I' iilxl lii -ii r li.rs f falllilv till in that I am ll estate. I am I Hi.il tln-iv Ih ii.. .Im . h ir t.i th. till.- ; i"t iiiM'L.l.il in itit M. i nor in i-titiniiiitilt ml illllg tile ma g with Lord .M ItIM '.iMtt-l . I h.) v a. ...i !.. I i on, l-.nglau.l about th" J . (.iiiiImuii lion- iiiiihI sli: Inly. Not folk. ( . olb.ling will, Light late lo v ill.- sto. k lo lelllil il,.-'i ami tonight, w b- II I V V laid pi, Th.- N.ishvi la II. I inn wilt, .' .1.1- . I to ,. XI. '-'. -To keep Iiiiiii Uledge ofr Push Ph. Kg , v. Ihe gunhoal N,,sb-lios.- in th- mild ale) i j t itnttt neai- r. three togs f, I, Ill,- I to r oft Was iMMiiid to tin opll-s lor Wi.rstiips RAILROAD ENGLAND BY ATTORNEY FOR DEFENSE .Case Against Police Lieutctuu Accused of Instigating Ros enthal Muuler, Ready fur Ar gument. (TESTIMONY GIVEN TO SHOW GUNMEN'S GUILT Com t Expects to Charge Jury j Tomoiiow Morning; Defend- ant Hopeful of Quick A. qui I .iikiiI Uirrljlll.t Me, Minn - r I SH-i hil It I U irr I -.Michael A. Xcw York, Oct. The ease of tile officer of ' state against Police Lieutenant Charles ttlornevs fori lieckcr cluNcd ill amat icu lh this alter- jnoon with I lit- district atloiiie.v, at the eon rl 's comma ml. reading Into the rec ord a flood of testimony of lierker'M star witness. "Jack" Sullivan, for vvhos,. admission Pecker's lawyers li.nl fought long and hard when Sullivan lestilletl before. Amid the vigorous protests of I'eck cr'N counsel, w ho had objected as v ig orously when Sullivan's testimony was barred, t-everal davs ago, the "kintf of the newsboy" unloosed Ids tongue. He lol I his story belhgel't litly Hlitl ex citedly lii his own way, .lust as lie had asked lit rnilsslon to tell It when he wuh on the si. mil hclorc. Ills testimony was direct support of the contention of the defense that Pose. Webbcl, Valloll land Sclupps, Inloiiuers and state wit nesses, had conspired in Jail to Menu Pecker to Hie ebetrlc chair by their own perjury. John I-'. Mclnt.v re, Peckers chief couiuel, had declared his ease rested' when Sullivan was recalled, lie said frankly thai he did mil want Siilllvuir testimony. The court ordered the case reopened and instructed atteiidantN to call Sullivan to the witness stand. Mr. Mclnt.v re refused to tiuestlon him and Justice (iolf Instructed tin- district at torney to ask the witness "as a part of the case of tin- tl.elc)iMc" iiucs UuliN which the court had excluded (luring Sullivan's previous testimony. These iliieslloiiH had to do with conversations Sullivan said he h.nl in the West I'lfty third street Jail with Pose and Web ber. "Pose told nit' thai he and Webber and Valloll ami St hepps wei'e going to trame up lletkei." Sullivan de clared, "lie asked ne to eoirobora I e his testimony. They were after me kept at me day ami night. When one left off the other began. Pose got u letter from the district attorney one day and after he had read It, ho camt' to mo and saitl: Jack, tile district ut toiiicy writes me tbut he vuntn to know If vu uiu gointj lo eoiroboralcl , us. ii,. sa.vd if ou do, it win be oiijNew Jet sey Govei nor Besieged K 1 1 , , Jul, uon v . ,i ,i , ... iiiui. n ii. "Webber you can K' said to me, I out Is for the you only way to do ii M Mr, Wbllinun says and swear thai you saw Pecker with Jack Pose ami me a few hours utter the murder. If you t, you'll ,,,t, like wo will, af- i,..r ...j... , , .jon't. you'll be in dicted and spend six mouths In Jail.' "once Webber saitl to me, 'Jack, lot (iod's sake, say you Haw pel ker, a.s we will testify. If you want money, we will give t ."Oil, and If not, vv lien you get out, we'll go Into the hotel busi ness. I'll out in $ l'.'i.imiii and we will divide the profits even. Alt you havej to do is to lie lor us. I i' v oil lie, it's all right; If v on don't, you'll go to jail."' I To all those iinpoi iiiiuth s, Sulllv.inj said he replied that he would spend j six years in Jail l necessary ralhei than swear a loan's lite away. I .oolM Plilt. ol ol her ol I let ker s so iled press agent, was another wit ness lot the ,et'elise who was forced on the stand by Justice tiolf after Mr. Mcpity re had declined his ease closed. i .Mi. Mcpity re refused to examine plilt I again Hie district aHotncv read jinlo Ihe retoiils evident i- attains) the st a te's , use. "Jack Pose told me," plm testllied. i "i h.it Picker did not hu vc anything to l,b, Willi the murder. lit- said 'I swear tit Mi ,i my Illlilhi'lH M'HVC that i-,.. u i i' 'li'lii'l h,i a 1 1 tlifnK tt 'i" Ihif. II. Ik iiitiiM-rnt. IfUt 1'vr with l.iilUiiK Iti4i unit Ii, iitiil I vi K't t t If V K-'inst lihii.' i li'W Will Me iI-VuIimI 1 4 Mllli. ! T. lllill uj. Justin- ;..'f will t IihI'Ki- tin J;t jin ThiiiMiUt y in oniinc. I in,. 'iII1;mm shiipiin tliix.-r m iMjthf iM-i of the v.vny iiiiiih r i n r whirhl (iil ll.il Hu- KllllliM ll m 111.- M tl i''"l' I v ,iikI in Ahhh lh- !n.il- ih-ir ;i m- 1 hii .il r. I si tiim ;..mii! 1 1. 1 I. test Ifh, III I th. l. I al. He ml, I", I thing to pill.- ! n-y . . k. ept his hsh.-tl v . l si, nis of his sloi st. Hem. -nt Poll thllly . -co, .11, Is elapsed after He fore tie was able to sliilt g im Hi. li inside in lii.i.l hat s said to have h l thir'y-liv. si ting I..-. bis with th- ii ii iitb hour .-hang,-ol Mr. Mdiity re. k ol mind . pi P, I . II til"' pall I H'OIII t be VV i! It. SS St., lid. ' I didn't put Pe. k.-r .. Ml M 1 lit V le S.I id. "Siiol III,. v b. stand.' ,,!-. ! oil Mi , i 1, eol- del ie'1 ale lo s'Ktilfv 'lie "I th.- .hug' ,,f iniitdei had be. I otilat"d by eleillble WlllieSS.S. taw ..its that (here an b- no vi.tl.-ii on the IcMimoliy of a pliees Will, "III col I oboi-Hti.ms To pot Peek"! on lh- Hli.lnl Would Tb. . . in- ii.. ve n Hi- Hlalnl Uoiild hav e h..V" b-. ll all .1. know a .p.-a ri-il '.,-'? -v yvf7-i. pat-jjr -r "a.'. edglucllt thai the hstimouy of Hall. ill .nitl I. ul, In iiinounicil (o credible testi mony, vv iiei-c.tM it appealed before tlie liny that Vallon had nerved twelve .mm i in states iitiion and l.ubin was hromiht in shackles from the Xew Jer sey state prison into the court room." Pecker said vv anted lo g,, op lie stand hut niv ouiini'I advised against It. I do not iclb-ve any illlv would convict me on tlie toslminli.v offered in Ibis .nut.." Aaron J. Lev v ei.i.lr public tonighi t he a II ai. t v it of his client, tin- "miiiilei mi " driver, Willi, mo Shapiio, emi'odv iua Ilis "eon t'e'-ion ' .ind oiuaining the ileclutnteil that he bad held on, of It's p.lssehnel H s.iv "III ck,T lias til ps lixeil. " Mr. Whitman vv.is unable to m l all of Shapiro's affidavit admitted in ,v I tl"i,ee as Justice tiol'i would not per mit him to tell wh.H tlie murdeieiM In his ear had si 1,1 about Pecker Shapiro, in lilN iitfidavll. oiul.iled his travels In the , ar on Ihe niglil of the ltosciih,, 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 . lie declared him sell lllial.lt' to hlcmllv the glllllilell. "1 Weill up SIMIi avenue to l-'orl.v- tbli'tl street," Shapho said In bis af- lldavli, "icioss l-'ortv -third street to Proadua.v to tin n the , n r around. Asj We reached Ploailvvny I luald one of j ni.v passengers say: ' " 'Pecker has the cops llxcl. It Is , :l clean g.taW.iv, P v el V I h i ng 's light. Pecker ha., told them.' "I tinned around at Proadwav and I'ort.v -third street as lliev told me and slopped in front of ileoige Cohan's Ihealet', liu ear facing the east. TheV got out of the tar and I remained in my seat, stood lllcl'e about lilteell minutes when I heard a shot. I looked around. I saw the four men whom 1 had hi ought over In ni.v ear from for t -second street, running from in front of the Metropole hotel toward my ear. one bad a phtol. in his hand. When Ibose men got Into the ear I inatle no speed. In the hope that someone would ov ei lake us. My ear moved very slowly. "I was told by one of them: 'Yon boob, hurry along' and with that the barrel of a pistol grazed my forehead, causing It to Ideed. Then I started along and was cut off by a trolley ear on Sixth avenue. 1 slowed down until the mi' passed me. Then one of them ?ulil: Don't threaten him so much. Xohodv will come after us.' "While 1 was going up l.evlngton aveiiue, I heard one of my passengers say to the oilier; 'We knew we bail a clean getaway. Xolhiug could hap pen.' Since I have 1 n lit the Tombs prison Jack Sullivan has urged and begged me lo soy that Hurry Valloll and Sam Sehcpps ordered me away from the Metropole with a pistol in Hurry Vullon's hand to my head. Neither Sam Schepps or Hurry Val lon were In iIv car nor ,11,1 I see them on the night after I left l''ort -second street and Sixth avenue to go lo Pur-ly-lblld street." Shapiro's testimony regarding Ihe gunmen's lull; In Ihe car was ruled out us not being proper lebilllal t 'Vtl nioiiy. E WILSON TO GET by Letters and by Telegrams to Resume Specchmaking Campaign. Hr MnrniMK .li.iimiil tti.orlul lnard H lr 1 Prlii, -elo w ii, X. .1., (let. Py let- lor and by telegram (ioveiiior Wo, Iron llson Is parts of II M,lcllk(Ug Ii Co change being urged a- country l, IMP I i:; II. lie of plan to from many resume hi.-' Siii, I he had announce as I. I lie nominee read The Interestedly Pay about OOSev ell. day at. the Ihe routine today 's tn-v s from iivslei the coiulllion of Colonel I The gov ei nor spent I he sliile house dealing with of Now Jersey business. The "Pel, ral." the privet used on Ilis campaign trips vv big thole, but the o , clip. i nt e ear In ns st a nil -litis lime , ov . PH.- I to anil n. r. lohnsoii of Calilor vv Jersey governor had illiules to get aboard his i.'.sed greding tlie Call iHa. onlv i train fornia Th" ino.'sa paign ll'illllll VC W III, e Wrote ll Will be i tbiougb, lonlglit 1-,-ad by Die ea in coun -". 1 1 ration orators ut the lev on Wilson I rol-ably w ill hofolo eledlol day. be ul day . Nov e 111 1 1, I last dec WOMAN TELLS HOW I FATHER WRONGED HER , I;. . I ct. H ,1 with Prow n, vs. hel in h.-r , she had Mrs. Winnie her hiiMiiatol. jfi.r tlie kill tatlor. took Wll tielcus'e. be.-n wronged i n. I, r.l to- Wcsle ot A I N, stand todii Ihe declare. h.-r tat h. f con nit a in shooting , Hid b oth.'l o, r.itio -n. w il h holy of 1 y I I b. it ml shot ,n I" 'b - . si rib, his I. I h. "Iv vv had III',, I apcr , lid's lis,, t , lie had fall, r, v olv . r. ok th, stand -r In, si I ir.ot n ,.v In- il ol ll in ir. ll, d loid :, oil bi ll, in:; ll. aliv ho. to vv if. . vv ho vv ore III- I:'s without funds, had . ,1 III. 7 . iiiili k from (ill ,1, Coir..x to till, I NeeveS ft.r his wife had told f h.-r wrongs. and him him St,.l V I .Inilge l.rm lln- itrrntt llM-n,M-. VVilio uigioi. D.I.. int. 22. Judge jli.olge til.iy. of the t'niteil states .ir j. nit . irt narrowly esctx-d serious in jur, he,.- today when he was run .,,VV n l.v alighted an automobile. He had just ftoin a trolley car when a diiv.-n bv a bov strut k him. Jurist s band was lm crated. a in.,, I-I'liie .ig '-l THOUSANDS Ufi BACK STUMP BULGARIAN ARMY IS SLOWLY CLOSING IN ON AD 0 L AND OJUMBALA Newspaper Repoits Carry News of Tuikish Reverses After Severe Fighting but Continuation is Lacking, DEFENDERS ARE EITHER KILLED OR CAPTURED Gieek Landing Paity After Biief Engagement Takes Kastio, Capital of Island of Lemnos, London, t let. 1 1 1 1 1 'lit-1 l-a Pit- veil most interesting the war those ll !. An almost conceals Ihe operations of n the vicinity of ol f clul account Adrla iiople, Xt of any kind hearing on thorn movements lias yet been Issued. The Sulla newspapers report heavy fighting around Adi'Uinu plc and Klrk-Kilisseh to the east and three forts In the vicinity of Ailriatiople captured. According to one rumor, ",0U(l Unitarians were killed and 4.(10(1 wounded In a desperate engage ment outside Kirk-Killsseh. It Is unite dear, however, that rc'orts of ihe fall of Klrk-Kllls-s. li and the ctilttng ot communi cations with Constaiitlnophi are unfounded. Plghiing continues at nil point ahum the frontiers, ami an important battle Is Impending 111 the Kumanovii district between Ihe Servians and Zekkl Pashft, who, according to a Constulil ino ple report, (probably e.xiiHgernt etll lias lUO.DiKi men and strong ii rt lllery. A Constantinople despuli h re ports that the battle has begun practically nil along tile llrifl from Aillianople lo Kirk-KlllH-sch, the Turkish trootis uilvane. Ing und the Pulgaliuns falling back with heavy lone. The Montenegrins u iiparenlly tire nuikliiB: hIovv prriHreux In the illiectlon of Hentiirl. f'otlgoiit.a dcspalehcH say the bombard ment of TuriiboHrh continue.., but nllhoiigh tile fort has been great ly da lunged there Im no signs of yielding In naval matters the honors ho fur are with Ihe (Ireeks who have captured Lemnos, thus ob taining a. biiHi' from which thuy can uttutit the Turkish sqiuitlron should It pver emerge from the Dardenelles. Seemingly, how ever, Ihe Turks are not disponed to leave the Pluck Men aril risk nn encounter with the Ureelt fleet. ll,v Meriilnic lt.lli-ll.il NimtIuI lt.-rfl H'trf. Sofia, Pulg.iiiii, Oct. 22. Tile news papers u pon that the llulgai inns hav o tuplnrcil several Iinpoliunt poBitlotm around Adiianopie and Jljiimhula ut ter severe fighting, but official con firmation s lucking. The uccounta represent that the 'lurks ure reU'cutlng I rum the three forts adjacent to Adl t- lltlople. A Pulgiitian force uttucked tht Tuiks leu eating from Jijuillbulll, w Im h Is due south of Sofiu, on tllti Strum, i river. Many 'linitK wtrq killed, huiiilreds were taken plisonerH, nil t In ii lialllng guns were cupturod. Thi 'links were caught between thu llul gaii.in troops and u bund (if Bulgarian ii regulars and were una I 'In to cscttpn because of the Iri'Mulius d.Viuimlllntf a luiilti.- between DJumbuU und viu. v I ikop. The it.tiiicil of minister had direct ed tin Agr.cullui.il I in ii K to Hike Uccd ttil im iisiires to pi cv t ilt an lncreaoe lit tin- pi b e of in i ad by purchasing win at and selling It lo the Liakurjt l i est. i iiroughoiit the day, a Turklalt sipiadion has been crtllsiujj oft C'Hpu isaii .ykiii, In tin- Pluck sen, north o( i'liia, tiling a few shells which did (ll I. linage. 1 1 III IK I.WDIMi PAKTY ot l l-ll s THUvlsll TOflA'i Athens, od. 2:. Altar short eu gige hi with the Turkish garrison, a lautbitg party of 00U Greeks today, o, eupi.-d Kasti o, capital of the Island of Leioiios. Three Turkish offlcerti ami fifty .vt soldu ia were mude piinoiitis. Pl I OMMAMI t ifiiti:s Korst irAx. '."igl ,tl til" Sl ed III, mile : it I h -. oet. 22. The first column mid Servian army bus cap town of Kotitohans, forty east ot I'skup. (mi) report I before retiring: the Turks! of t ill fit , has mass , ie, many Christian inhabitants, Tb,. List Servian army began an nt tai k today on Klimaiiov'e, ten miles noun of I'skui", and experts to ftp) i ure it without gi.tit difficulty. IIPKS II VNIIK M'I'I II It. ATllTl lH: Of KlKM I, I'hitago, (let. 22. In spit" of of ficial denials, itay a cable dispatch (a th t'lilcago 1'Hily N'ewn from St. rutorsburif. It is a fact that the I?u n:m reserve in tlit nortln-rn Caiicana-j Im ludiiij; Cossacks and also thoic iu truns-CuU' uf hi have Ucm vllv4 VU ii ! t ' ii i! ; i '. ! ,1