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It jr Mail, 60 li'iitu u Month; Single, Ciiplr 6 cent. Iljr Currier, no CciiU Month. THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXVI. No. 24 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1912, GENERAL DIAZ AND FELLOW OFFICERS TO BE SHOT All Those Concerned in Re volt at Vera Cruz V II nd t to Pay Extreme Penalty for Opposition to Madero, COURT MARTIAL TO BE CONVENED FORTHWITH Soldiers of Rebellious Troops One in be Decimated, Each Ten Being Choice by Lot, 1 Executed; . ll.v Morning Journal Hpe.-iti I l.euM,l !Virr. .Mexico City, del. 211. Com nil Felix Diaz. Colonel Jose Mlaz Ordaz. and all tile officers of the rehellious troops and marines In tile Vera Cray, rchcl lion, will lie hailed Immediately be fore a court martial and doubtless will suffer the death penally. ( irders have heen Issued for the convening of the court, which will la' presided over by Ueneral I '.til ran. (Icncrnl Diaz, although not now a iiu'mlier of the army, is amenable In such a court under the law which pro vides for such a trial of any civilian under like circumstances. The soldiers of the rebellious troops will be decimated one In tell being executed. They will be chosen by lot to pay the penally for all. This Information was Imparted of- ,11 .illy ion ig n I . The collapse of the Minx movement one week alter ItM Inception wllh f. minimum of fighting and bloodshed, has created the greatest surprise here. In administration circles, where opliiuism has been the keynote since the I h (4 i n 1 1 1 1 1 . Hie outcome is re garded as the highest possible vin dication of the confidence always ex pressed In the loyally of the army. Hcneiul Felix Diaz, after t.cneral It' yes, has been rewarded, as the man who cm I1 wield the greatest itil liienee villi ihe army and the people gene rally. His rebellion, ending In a ilasco only slightly less pronounced than that of Kcyes last December, removes a dancer that long has loomed on (he political horizon. Tlie news created Utile demonstra tion In Ihe capital. There was no out ward show of elation or of regret among the populace, which maintain ed lis usual indifference. It was early lepoiicd thai all the officers involved Iti the movement stood an excellaiit chain f condemnation to death within a few hours. The troops under (ieneral lilan iiiiet, who cumo here from Hie north hist night and proceeded Immediate ly lo Vera Cruz, (jot no further than Orizaba. They have received orders lo return and will leave soon for the norlli to renew the campaign against drnxeii. Five hundred troops have I been despatched to Tuxpam to re-j store orilcr. .Ml other troops will be! returned to the points from which; they were drawn lor the Vera Crux i campaign. 7 RE-ELECTS AIRS. 'lesent Picsiding Official is Unanimously Chosen to Con tinue as Head of Nation Wide Organization, MerniliK Journal S.,ll Tj-hmmI 'irf. Portland. 're, (a t. ;:,. Mrs. Lil lian .M. N. Slovens, ,,f Portland. Me., was unanimously re-elected president ol the National Women's Christian Temperance I'nioii today. Tlie other officers ( hosen. all of vv bum were re elected, w ei , : Vice I'l slileiit-at-l.aige Miss Anne A. (iorilon, Kv a listen, ill. ' 'ot -responding Secretary . Airs. I raiiees P. I'.iiks. Hvansti.n, . Itei'i.rililiu belli Prcsti.i Secretary- -.Mrs. Kllza Aiidcisoii. Valley City, N. I ). Associate t:.e, .riling Mrs. Sarah II. Huge. I Treasurer Mrs. 1 1 lib hiiisnn. Kva listen. Secretary .inc. 111. la. Klizabeth P. III. for combating evils occupied Addresses on ways (I"' drink ,.n,l social 111.1 ijf ,.n,iy'.x StSsil'IIS. Mrs. Aiieia ai man, of Chie;ig.,. ad- 'oe..t,-, lei 'gr.ilillg lo Hi. Wast., heap "Weepy ppf."'- "tragic letiolis" '! t.'iiij.etnce meetings and substitut-iii- up-to-dat. poems and addresses. Mi. l.anreii.i.i l;. Smith, of Kansas ' (.'. d"i liiri-d thai insii in lion in sex hvti. ln- a Ki-I Is and colleges would 'eiiicK the Min-inl evil. "Sex bvgieiie should b- taught from the primary grades t.v- sane and pro per . do. amis," .she "aid. ElfERANCE UNION STEVENS PRESIDENT TAFT HAS CONFERENCE WITH KNOX I'nliiiiil Spring Oct, 23. I'l-cNitlt'lit iimi Mrs, Tuft. Helen Tuft ami Mrs. ThoiuaH K. Luuglilin, M I'M. Tufts hIb tcr, niiitiiri'il today from Pcvcrly lo Poland Springs. Secretary of State Knox came with u party as far as Portsmouth, N. .'I., I nt. turiitif buck there. The trip today was over roads slip pery and uneertain from rains. Speaking at the Portsmouth navy vanl today, tin.- president criticized congress fur not voting, an upproprlu tlon lor two battleships, lie Maid: 'We aii. hopeful, however, that in the next Hession of congress It will he seen to have luen a mistake to have only one battleship." .Mr. Tafl told friends here tonight that he talked over the situation in .Mexico, Nicaragua. San Homlngn, .Cuba. China tinil Mt,. ItulUans with .Xccretiirv Knox In the Iwn-hiiu,. ride I to Portsmouth. The iiaestlon of Ureal Priluitis attitude toward free passage for American ships through the Pan ama canal was not taken up. POLICE INSPECTOR DENIES HE FIRED Officer Gives Important Testi mony in Case of Strikers on Trial for Murder of Girl Tex tile Worker, I lt Morning .lolirlliil Nprriid I.,,,.,',! Wh'c.l snleni, Mass., net. 2:1. i 'ollcc In spector John J. Kcllihcr, of Lawrence. .Mass., teslific-t today in tile ease ol l-ttor, (iiovuunilti and Caruso, who ale on trial lor the murder of Anna Loplzzn, a victim of the textile strike rb'ts. that he had been convinced the night of January 23d, the night Hie Lnpizzu Kir was killed, that till' time had i onie tor the police to draw their revolvers. However, he did not know of policeman who fired ilurini,' the break. Kcllihcr testified thill the polio tried witli their clubs, lo clear streets of belligerent strikers and been .jeered and pellcd vvilh ice other missiles. Then he told of fusillade of shots duriii". which Kirl was wounded, Kcllihcr said a ny otit- . had the had a lid Ihe Ihe he drew u blackjack then and broil Hit II duw n upon the back; if excited mill workers. Asked bv counsel for tb, why In- (lid ta't,.diuw his defense revolv er, KelHher replied: "llecaioe I concluded that I first would take another chalice with my ha mis." The. cross-examination of Kcllihcr lead ii"lil up to the killing of Anna T.opinr.o. Ihe description of Hie firing of from ten to thirty shots, and Ihe MndiiiK of a wounded nirl In the street. Kdward J. Ilriffin. another Law rence policeman, corroboralcd the in spiclor's description of the riot. Ue. loo, denied thai he fired a shot or drew a revolver. Policeman John F. Mevlne testified lie had seen the defendant Caruso many limes duriny, the strike, but I "never saw him do anything out of I tlie way." REFUSES TO CRANT Pennsylvania Governor De clines to Interfere in Case of Philadelphia Bank Employe Who Stole Securities, ' ltv Morohni .lottriisl K,,-il l.hr,l I rr . I Philadelphia, Oct. 23. 1 tcports cur- rent here for more than u year that i the t'nloii Trust Company bad been robbed of $1.0011.(100 in securities and JllO.aau in cash, by an employe, were confirmed today when To eriior Teller at Harrlsburg, decided that so far as the state is concerned, Walter X. Shoiirds, w ho Is in eased ,.f appropri ating the money and securities, must be prosecuted, notwithstanding that restitution has been made to the trust company. The company is now known as Hie Merchants' I'nioii Trust foin pa ny. The securities. It Is said, were taken from a safe deposit box rented by Mr. (leorge I turn ham. Jr., who is ounce -ed with a locomotive workM In this city. Shourds. w ho was superintendent of tlie safe deposit vaults of the trn-t company, fled the country shortly be fore his crime was discovered. He was indicted by a federal grand Jury in his absence. Subscipictitly It is reported he opeio-il communication for the re-j turn of the securities and money. through 'personals" Inserted in New Yolk. Philadelphia and Pnrls news- i papers, lie was traced and made r.-- litlltioll. oti- l-'or Women of lie nmnrk. C.p.-iihagen. Oct. 2.1. Premier P..-I iitzeu today introduced a franchise reform bill. wh-r-Lv women win h allowed to Vote and will be eligible no Hi-Mts In the Folk.-thiriu. ON RIOTERS MILLION DOLLAR THIEF IMMUNITY GOVERNMENT HAS LITTLE HOPE OF Solicitor General Bullitt Admits Defects in the Indictments Against Patton, Scales, Haine and Brown, . CHIEF JUSTICE CALLS ON HIM TO EXPLAIN Wants to Know What Sort Case Prosecution Has and! Particularly the Definition j for Word "Corner," It MornhiK iluuriiRl Sun lid 1 ciinmI Wlm.l Washllifiton. Oct. 2;!. Admission of defects 111 the indictment of James, I'atton, lCuncne Scab's, Frank 1!. Haine and William P. lirovvn on charges ot conspiracy to run a $10. (lllii.lMIO corner', on cotton ill HllO, on the New York cotton cxcliaiiKe in vio lation of the ii n t i -1 rust law, were made in Ihe supreme court today by Solicitor (ieneral liullilt for the government. Tlie occasion was the second ari'ti m t-ii t over tlie indictment, the court not beins willing to decide last spring, the correilncss of the decision (if the New York federal court In quushinK several vital counts. j The new solicitor ueneral had barclv u,..i..., .. .i, ,ii... ,i, ,..i I,,., i., .1,.. ,i..,.iui,. in,, lower court that the Sherinan a'lli trust law did not prohibit the "r.ifi niiiK of u corner," before Chief Justine While suKKcstcd Unit he would be pleased to have the kovcI niuciit at some time define Just what it meant by "a corner." Mr. liullilt responded it was a com bination umoim dealers in a comuiod ll.v, of outside capitalists for tlie pur pose of buylUK up Hie greater- portion of the commodity and holditiK from sale until the demand oiilran the limited supply as vu.ncu Hie price abnormally. "Now, i want you lo show dictinent fits that definition,' il trick so lo far1 ad- i the In ' added the chief Justice. That led the solicitor general to an nounce that he abandoned Ihe Ihird count (if the judlcl ment, becuitse the lower court found there was no charge in it that the defendants were to hold back the cotton from sab-, unit conse 'llieiitly no corner charKed. "(icitiiiK rlKlit down lo brass tacks," declared Mr. Hullitl, "I frankly admit iniii me on,,-, con,. 1. ,ne seven n one delect. "I here Is no cxpreHH state- ment in It that the com binatiou 'us created to withhold Ihe collotil bought." The solicitor general said Hint In' dcullns with this delect, the govern-1 nieiil ttuvanceii iwo urgumneis. une that the lower court construed the count to charge the running of a collier and the supreme court could do nothing but accept that inter pretation, notwithstanding It might be the duty to examine the interpretation if I here were a conv iction and an ap peal. The second arguim-ui, Mr. I'.ul- used the word "corner" in ami everybody In the world a corner Included a withho the count j knew I ba t j ding from j sale. Mr. liullilt admitted that If elthei otic of these arguments was accept;! bh the government had no ease. POLICE UNABLE TO "FIX MOTIVE FOR Italian Confesses Common Law Drunken Rage; to Wife in a Authorities Have Another Theory, Illy loriihiK .li.ornitl Maeciid l.i'iiNrtl Uir.l llrblgeporl. Conn. o,. 23. --After a day of Investigation, tin- police to night were unable to fix tlie motive for which liose Sunnis, of Itridgcporl, lately of Chicago, was shot lo death last night by Joe P.nnauo. near Pnl- V celiict, Ilunatlo, ry. who is known as "C ,-ago Joe,' killing Hi It is said lias confessed t w oman. Ills common y w wife, giving as the drunk and did not reason that lie was know what he was doing. I Tin- p. .lie- still cling ' 'that the v.on.all, who wa I in the Itridgeport iimi I killed because slle bad tlie theolV ' i a character j rworld, was! rev caled th, Inner workings of the while slave traf fic in Chicago. I'.uiiaiio. Josepn Mnttle and Kmnk Pizzbheimi. who were arrested last night after the shooting, are belli" held pending a hearing on Saturday No llaee lias been found of the two other men in the parly who ,ii. Hppeared after the shooting. PROVING COTTON CORNER GIRL S MURDER FIVE SEHATORS TO BE INVESTIGATED OF KRESS Chicago Newspaper hints Somewhat Startling Story From Its Special Correspqnd ent at Washington, ACCUSED. STATESMEN -ARE CONSERVATIVES ofjhey aie Penrose, DuPont and Warren, Reuublicans, and Chilton and Watson, Demo crats, in, Vittriibiu .Ihiii-hmI N,f,-ii,l 1 ,.i,wrd VI Ire. , Ch eauo, (let. 211. John vallan, j ( I'l.aiiKliHn. hi a dispatch to Ihe Chl- Icano Kecoril-lleiald from Washington. I (says: ' "As a result of recent developments, i lit has become apparent thai the next j session of coiiktoss will be devoid 1 largely to 1 11 vest Iga t Ions of the right! of certain senators to occiipv seats in I the seniUe. "Five senators, accorditm to all ac-, counts, will have to defend them-1 selvis amiinsl charKes that their seats were procured by bribery and cuii'up- tlon or Iha-l I hey are unfit lo serve j as the representatives of their stales. "They are: IIoIch Penrose, of I'eim-i I sylv ania : Henry A. MuPont, of l.iela-l Ware: Francis K. Warren, of Wvoin- inn: William K. Chilton, of West Vir ginia: Clarence W. Watson, of West 1 Virginia. ; "Three of MuPont anil jof the most (two, Chilton jcrats eiiually these senators, Penrose. ; Warren are republicans conservative t.v pe, while and Watson, are deino- - conservative. 1 w 111 be ln esliga led first I ! "Pcnros, ion the eliarges that lie obtained his I seat by bribery and corruption, w hich !.. (...I I I..,. ..I 1... 1 . I. i I .. .1. . I . .,, 1.. ' " eticiiiuic,, me- 1 i(ii,iii i,iiiti , j .MM I II .Mill I llilll, llllil n.-eiuni, 111,11 im- Ih unfit, as the result of his associa tion wllh the Standard (HI Company. to enjoy membership in the senate. ' Senator Peed, of Missouri, made u speech on the floor of the senate de ll, lUticinu tile methods whereby Du Pont procured his election. "Warren litis been made the sub ject of allcalloiiH touching his moral fitness to retain his office. These allegations have not yet been filed with the Ncnaie. "Thai body dei lined lo receive last I summer charges affecting- tlie incth oils by w hich (Million and Watson w er j elected, but it is siuled that anolherl effort will be made lo present th . .t a vj,.u lu-Uoii. "Il Is 11 mi urMl iolln I 1 true that III character of the senate today Is mil! lo Hie liking of men of the tvoe of ,),.,, t imil Penrose. There is alto- gdher too c-rcat a ,lisie"nr,l of what' in Ihe past lias been known as 'sen atorlal eourtrsy.' "Ten years ago, v cs, live yeai'H ago, no senator would have thought of rising fioin ills scat ami altackine, a colleague.' Now there an- men In the body who are positively 'discourteous.' and wlio do not hcsilalc lo bare Ihe shame of a mcnibcr. "Such procedure is denounced as - ,-v olu llonar.v ,' and llu man who Is working for a clean seiialc Is looked upon as a villain of llu- deepest dye. worthy of whatever punishment can be inflicted, such, for c.-i in pie, as oh-j .jectlotl lo Hie passage of Ills bills, lol confirmation of a ppoiui meats made upon Ills recoiitiiiendii ion, and the I like. "The principal battle of the senate,! however, will take place over Penrose. I There Is no ipiestioii but Ihe progres-I jslves Will seek lo 1'lim out the v iew-I expressed by Theodore boosev clt vv lien ! he testified before the eolliniiltee In- I I vesllg-at ing campaign epenillnires: "When I was polu e commissioner ; of New York Clly. ami a member of, jthe force did In conned ion vvilh thej ; enforcement of the law against lluuoi AT NEXT SESSION (selling, w hat Mr. pentose says he did I lin Ibis ease, I should have thrown him I , 'orr the force. And I In. Id that the s.-n I oay'im!"1'' f '! cmicd states ought i.! Ihliiw- Mr. Pcnrosi I lor the admls lllis eoiumlt- slon lie mude la-fore tee.' "Penrose will be fortunate In having a committee friendly lo him and op posed to Roosevelt Til unnilttce is now made up of eight rpublieun and six democrais. "All of the repllblii ccpllon of Oiapp. of Keiiin, of Iowa, are ins with the ex Minnesota, and members of the Senate Till! head. At I .' of wbi.-h i'enros,. is lie nut three ,. the del rats also belong to this ri '.FAIRBANKS SPEAKS IN BEHALF OF TAFTi St. Louis, Fa irOa nks. an address lub. urg.-d Mo., o, I. .':: 'ha lbs W. former v i .- (.resident, in hell- t gilt to tile ('lU llS meiiil.ei.s to vol.- lor President Taft "I Want to I f lepuhlicaub II on that llle temple 111 is laid, and still is as solid as w hen it w s founded many years ago." he said ' Soiue have wan dered aw.iv from th.- temple, but all of III, .in have com who ma vvalolel a come back again coined when thej I., and a- this lim, 1 11. 1 will be 1 linn." I llese . Will wel- VERA CRUZ EASILY RECAPTURED BY FEDERALS; DIAZ ir. ii .1 rv.ir ill.. i rv w a:ran or uuir uiy ana vueiiing of Latest Rebellion in Mexico is Confirmed Fiom All Quaiteis, WASHINGTON HEARS ! NEWS WITH SURPRISE American Consul Canada Noi'i- ties btate Uepaitment ot Ue feat of Young Rebel Lcadei and His Surrender, moors or ii:i;iti. DIAZ. 11F.TK I II HIM. Vera Cru., Oct. 2'l. The ie volt of Ccneral Felix Diaz, nephew of Ihe exiled president, was shorl-lh ed. The lowu of Vera Cruz, which he occupied with about 2,000 adherents for several days, was captured by the federal forces today. Tlie casualties were few. Two fedcial columns, com l , in ii il 1 1 by Colonel .1 1 1 1 1 i lie. Cas tro and (ieneral Joa,ii'n I'.cl tran. filtered Vela Cruz from Ihe north and soulh. There was slight opposition lo their ad vance. Colonel Castro, wllh less Hum fifty men, captured liene ral Pel x Mlaz, whose three hun dred men at police hea(liUartcrs rein .ed In Hie at his coiiiiiuiikI. The rev oliiiionlsts hi the bar racks have not vet surrendered. They say they will hold out un til Hie )asl mail Is killed. How ever, the weaker spirits seem lo be U'viiiy to escape. The killed and wounded mini Lcr less than one biinili ed. No forclgi-cr was hurl. Desultory Hr ing continued after Ihe federals entered the town. ' I nstead of a gleal bailie, ev erv tiling was in a mil, Idle, liebels and federals encouiileredv each oilier In Ihe rtreeis w'thoiil one knowing which side Hie oilier .as affiliat ed witli. as uniforms of all were alike. Colonel Jimlncr Castro was shot In Ihe calf of the leg dur ing the first tiring. Colom-I ( n -daz. of the Tweiily-ltrHl liifanlry, who .mined (Ieneral Diaz with bis (roups in Ho- revolution, has d;s-appeaii-il. but an aeljve search fur him is being niailc. The rebel officers have been disarmed alid'mauv have In-i-n made prisoners. It Is thought pl-ol able that they w ill be order ed shot by summary court mar tial. H is announced the soldiers will not be punished. The I'nlted Slates cruiser Des Moines sent Lieutenant Jiiirns and Ass'slant , Surgeon Colin ashore to attend to the wound cd. ll.l MornlliK .loornid N.,.nl l.i,i,',l H Iit 1 .Mexico Clly. Oct. 23. --Tlie taking of Vera Crux by Ihe federal lorecs Is con firmed from all t,iii,rlcrs. Piesiib nl Madero patch i stales: "'era loyal I in lias sent the gov the fol elliors ovv in-j of I d-s. II Hit Cruz b ips. Dt: llll'i of taken Hie lo-l- I. I'll r. There i i iiiiii Ii sitppr lllelit here over Ihe fei al Mill i ii I v ictory. - IIIOV ,-iociit . lias eaus ra opin'on but llllle elation. That Hu so (illickly was suppressed. ed In II, -h sill prise. Tlie g is that Hie govel'liltlelll so operate greatly to strength mil, 1st i n t ion. ess wll! i the ail- amiim, ro ni ;i,ii; i;s i i M iti :n. i ui:s mii i;o Was-liiiigloii. 'K t. 2:1. -News of the recapture of Vera Cruz ,y Mexican deral fi n and the I Haz and show el aslonlsbii surrender of bis staff with esisiance. was en I III off ic a I rally believed olllplele Slip- neral I'elix aetleall.v llo reived with circles Ik re Ii Is gem this event marks ihe pressing of what had be. upon as the beginning of rebellion involving ciillrelv- 1 looked I general new elc. i in, -ins. A bli.i cablegram to the state , Iiir1li,.l,i from Aineliiaii ,'ousiil, j ad. I coll f il 111,', I tile report of Hie ! capture .,1 V. I.I Cl'liz bv (iellelal I lb' 'a a re iell llu 1 a II out to There was some fighting m Kills ot tile low 11. bill olllv I'll uslll v ( i pla ill II llglles. of 1 1 g 1 1 I Hi el ids, I eal ass was iil-Tlu-alter s lies MolllcS, III oriel lug me, II- ist.'o. ,- for the wounded, w hich ..telullv accepted. Sli.bb h loilat se of the defense, il'-ll elaboiale preparations had b. II in. ole for a ecticlal b. title. '.- lak-n as .- (I.l.n,,- Hlal the streligtli of the I'-v ol ill ioliarv setitliio , it v of V.-i a 1 'ruz has t n v OVeO'.lfeil and it was e. .llllil il ill lb. Iv Ii, Hell I closel: loiso, slan.i I mo lo 111. Hint 11 romp k ,1 1 a t iv elv stoali g. Ilelrtl Diaz r senilio, ut. eld. prill I lives. All.ad) .ofll.i., ),t-l. ale spe, llllil I Maz .1 lol t be ot be i.-a 11 l eg ,1 la r a 1 m this iiprislin;. I'r eoifl teoi is laiiglla: M.itr.'tn. IIim uov. a lid riuv ..I fa i f: Ing as to the r.ile ol ol fleers or III.' Me. who mil- b-,1 into 11, tile ex I rem. Iv ; III wlii.il (ielolal I mo, III i-iililllhilli,-- c, .llelle of V.I, his .1. ' i ar., ma ml for t he sun-em) erlhi lie lee It is siiiiiiised that the IS PRISONER H. B. Steward Decides He Will Vote For Mr. Fergusson A lbiu ue! i lie, , : 1 . hm . IMitoi .Moraine, Journal: I vv as somewhat surpi e lead In the .Moraine, , d to in a. ii w here I hail be, a elect,-,! as nic of the vice-presidents of Ihe o. called T.i 1 1 - .1 il II. 1 club at it 1 Ina on Tuesday night, I hae taken no aclie part ill the pres ent in in pa lu ii. having hi en ,011- lilled In Illy home for lour Weeks I list because of illness. i if course I shall decline to serve as an officer ol the club, or become actively associated Willi It in any way. This because I have made up my mind lb.it il Is to the best Inleleils of Albll- Hieniiie and New Mexico that lloll. II. I!. 1 'cl'gllssuli be In-elect-ed to congress this year. Though I have always n a republican, voting the repnMica n ticket, this year I am going to cast mi ballot for Mr. l-Vrgus- Mlll. Vouis truly. II. II. Sii'.WAKH. captives will be Heated Willi leniency, although under strict military law thev probably Would be subject lo the death penally, it Is rather expected that they will be Imprisoned in the Clly ot Mexico, as was (ieneral Kcyes. The downfall of the Minx move ment leaves three rebellions In opera tion Hi Mexico, headed respectively b Zapala. Aguilar and ornzeo, It is presumed the government forci-H em ployed aaginst Mlaz will be coiiceiitia cd upon Aguilar. who Is likely to be driv en back Into Hie nioiinla Ins; that the pursuit of the small bauds lulu which Oruzco's folic has broken up will be resumed and that Ihe only really serious undertaking confront lug tile federal army w ill be 111 connection wllh the .apata rebellion. The navy department is much pleased wllh the manner III which Captain Hughes, of the M, s Molucs, has handled the situation at Vera Crux, lie will be relieved shortly by Coiumander A. 'I'. Long, win, Is about to leave Washington for Vera Crua for that purpose. In spite of the fall of Vein Crux and the capture of (ieneral Dlax.and Ills staff, lute dispatches here Indicate that a spirit of unrest prevails and I hat Hie Madero government still faces Hie greatest irisls since the first of Ihe Merles of revolts slarleil. Disappointment over the collapse of Ihe Dluz movement Is enhanced be cause of Hie popular approval with w hli h tile leader was hulled. I loth in ami out of Mexico, (Ieneral Dluz had been looked upon by many as Ihe nitiKt'-r spirit who would H im ol HP!" (nil of Hie i bans created by succes sive rev-oils. HE IS TAIL TO Tells Voters of Oregon He is Willing That They Send II Up Without Him; Makes Stirling Speeches, I II.v Mi.riit .t,.rl,i,l S-,'li,l l ,'i,s,.. Mlrr., Me, ll'oid, lit"., (i.i. 2-1. -1 lov n nor Marshall signalized bis cnli'v Into Oregon from California tonight, by making an unscheduled speech from a baggage truck oh tin- slatlon plat form at Ashland, where a crowd of seveial hundred had lailhi-red lo sc lllltl. He followed this tell- in 1 11 It te talk at Ashland with a lb ut y-iulniite open air s cli in Me, Hold "My purpose ill cnl.ling I , iregoh ( lov i-r-r Votes tail to people al this particular Hole,' nor .Mai sha , '1 Mot In a lor n iv sell. I am iiier. lv Hie licllloelalie kjlc and If i a n send up tin- kite with von have uiv perm issioti. said sk I. the vol! out Hie tail "Put I do uaiil li as I know bow Hi Harry Lain-, Hu ,lc nrg. slioiu iv I. 1 lion n rat c f Dr. nth lol Ihe I of I'niteil St, 1 1 so urge ib laocl a 1 1 them, W, liess lo II, lie III Oil the on state lion vv il In be , callci form hi -lo ressmcii, for I Wilson Willi 111 mil. ffe. ,v the reforms ".ratio plat- for ill tin (bin "I would son defeati rather see I l ha 11 to s. se I m 1 u 11 1 1 lea II sell.lt. Wood I e llllil 1 baud 1 and a ovv WH 111, -r Ho ml fool la pul'li- While House bv a I'cpllbllea I can bouse of 1 Oov.-riior M board his train nor osw-.ild Wi epleuenta I i V rshall was al Ashland st. of 1 iregi llioerats pr. pa I t v vv 1 II ; met o by (lov el II, and 'loilleat i 1 mil 1 1a 11 dcleualloii ,.r .1 the state. This but I Ii roil h th. stale. MIX-UP IN HOSPITAL RESULTS SERIOUSLY 1 ,"S li';.l.s. Cal., 1. t. Wll.'.i ouiity -11 1, IIC :l.--Tw,i l. Ill at hospital of them lltel, tlie na 1 ii,-,! (italics ,,10- lin ie at th. here, became Inlxei, vv II died .-v ,-tal ,vs hl-ii The so poos.-.l l.v dead (ilalil-S Iv Wilson w allied into a hotel where he had form, rh lived, and was surprised when the landlady fainted. At the same time th- widow' ,.f Hie other Wil son sent word to ihe hospital that she was . oining todav to nttend her ishaml. report-, I to her an eonvaleM- nl. MARSHALL ADMITS WILSON GREEK ffi.1l IS VICTORIOUS IOL000Y FIGHT Occupies Town of Servia and Captures Bridge Over River Aliakmon, Cutting Off Re treat of Tuiks, , MUCH ARTILLERY AND MANY PRISONERS TAKEN si A D .Il .( n.tncol r.wv.wr.. - fS nubim u i uuiiuun i n,mi -,.;- I ment All Along Frontier, Casualties are Esti Thousands, latcd at IIt Morning .luoriml ftaix'tiil I Wlrc.f Alliens, Oel. SI. (1:15 n, in.) The lircckN liave occupleii the town of .Servia and have also caplurcd Hie bridge over the river Aliakmon tlnd.hi Karasa), I hereby cutting off Hie re ;rcat of the Turks. The government has despatched IcIcgrmiiM (.ongratulaliiiH the cuiu manibr and troois. , 'Ihe Creek victory wan complete. The Creeks ruptured twenly-lwo guns, made many prisoners and stulte red the Turkish army. j Crown Pr.nce Conslautlne tele graidilng from lica,iiini lets last nhjltt reports: "Our troops arc pursuing Ihe enemy all along the line Iroiu Cambunnln l' tlie tow n or Serv In and on tlm Aliak mon Plain. The Turkish iirniy lm been Mi-altered. We liave taken tvvpn-ly-two Held guns W illi I licit- alliioutll tiou wagons and a large (juanllty of ii nun unit ton ami many transport, wagons." Later lien, -nil Dauglls sent a mes sage saving: "Tim Turku have Ion! heavily. We have made ii number of primmer. In cluding one lieutenant colonel." Tivo baltalloiiH ot Creek KvxoiieH. under Lieutenant Colonrl C.oiislanto- aTlo ' attacked two baHallons of near Vlakhollviidho, illspoialtiif Tu rl.s HlClll. III l.(.ltl S SI HHOI XO sTItATIit.lt' llltklMI tITV. Solla, Oct. 2il -The Hulgarliiiiti have surrounded Kirk- Klllsseli, which tlm Turku regard as of c(tial liiipnrtilllcc almosl w ith A, It lanoile. llu defeliee has luen enlriiHleil lo Alukhtiir Paslia, sou of the (iiaiid Ixler, Mild Paxlm Paslia, Severe flgliling Is reported III ttl Siriinia valley. MMie P.ulgMliiiiiM yen lerday occupied Important Mtralegle polnls in IvreHiia Pass. MMie Turku fled, ahaiiiloiilhg munitions and supplies. The Mir publishes uddil limn I (Malls of the massacre In the district of Kot Hohatia. 'Ihe retreating Turks maHsa crcd Ihe male populallon In live vil lages to the southeasl or TsarevoHelu and set fire lo the houses. Iiepalallons ol Htudciils begged H) minister of war today to enroll llleni with the 1011 recruits. lildt S M FAI L IX i n. hum; r xovicaaaii. lielunide, oi l. 21 The capture of Novipazar bv (ieneral JankovHch wa pi i'cedi d bv I lu ce days' dcMierttt llghiliig. Hie Turks holding strongly lot III led posit lollS. 1; in I szovkovllch reports (hut the Servian losses In Hie capture ot I '111 1n( ma were cut l aoli'lna lily lar, but Hint the Turkish losses were Hi III greater. Soon- alarm is fell here lent H, supply of cii tiblgcs run out. The fac tory at Makriko is working day ami night, but only can produce a quarter of a million dully - Insufficient for thu Hoop:, engaged. ( P. VI I l i s It (.l . Al l, L()Vi i t KKIMI UtONTIKfl CollSlatll iliople. Oct. 23. Th BltUA ation In various fi otitlcm, as an iioiinccl tonight, shown heBvy fight-, j Ing noiihwesi of Kli k-Klltsiich. ami east of the TuiideiuH vullpy; ?nBUB. no uts around Kirdcliall and offensive la, tics by the Turks in Macedonia Ik the direction of Ivoestendll, Iron I i.iiiiubala lo liglipalanka, Tlie M oiileiieei 111 forces fiM t,f 1'iiipiing to 1, .oh Si-ntari from t Ii e west of the lake, but (lie Turku ha leeeivcl rein force nun Is und iho town IS believed In be out of datigrf whlhj on the east of Hie lukn the Molitn- Kilns ate Inactive. Seveltj fighting 14 I going on around l'rislln.i, j A dispalch from I'sknp reports that a Turkish column operating fiom . ,ill lil.ua a, till ed from II, e IHllH.'1 , lans tour guns 1 mi from the Vernal, f In gain "1'ii a standard. The Tj:k lalso t ...I. . 1, imi'cr of prisoners. ihe Turkish newspapers rpit Turkish victories near Kirk-Kllissrh, where the assert the Hulgaiians left ::. imil dead 011 the field. At Mill, between Miritza and Tund.la. rivers, four inih'ti to the west of Adrlauoplr, where the Lulgarians had .10,000 m.-u engaged, they left tliotiHands ut dead. Several engagements have orcurreil inland between Adtianople and Kirk Killsseh. The Ihilgurians advuiiced 011 Adrlaiioile in three columns from, the north vii th Tundja river; from