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ALBCJQUEIWE MORNING JOURNAL.
iH.iTVf.vra YEAU ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914, Ually by Currier or MH 0 Month. Miiffl tV)ils 6 t (II.. I ' SESSION OF HE EDUCATORS TO BE HELD TODAY Nominations for Officers ahd 1915 Meeting Place to Be Made This Afternoon; Bal lot Box Arrangements Made EVERY TRAIN BRINGING HOSTS TO N. M. E. A. MEET Special Arrangement With Rail road Gives Reception Com mittee Notice of Number Ar riving From Each Station, Today will begin the general ,.. sions of the New Mexico durational association. I.e.U night's trains were crowded to tho guards with delegates uml by mldnlKht fully a thousand vis itors wore in the city taxing hotel und rooming house accommodations to their utmost. Today from 40" to '.On more will arrive. The reception coniinitlee hud ur 1 aimed to receive reports by wire from conduct"!' of trains and thus J u. .... hand for the rush. No. 1 brought 1 .it) ' delegates from Santa Fc county. The cut-off train ut s:40 p. m. brought a a hundred delegates from the l'eeos valley. There lire HO delegate from l.una, ('.rant and Dorai Ana counties tn this morning's train from El Puso. Vaughn 1'avorcd for Presidency. A truce seems to have been patched 1 up between the rival factions, one of ; which has been boosting- J. H. Vaughn 1 of State college, for the presidency , of the association, und the strong 1 hordes from the north who w ere urg- 1 Ituf Dr. Frank II. II. Koherts to throw j hm bat into the ring;, lint Dr. Hob- crts bus been disinclined to enter the ; fray und his friends Will probably : throw their strength to Vaughn, while i Vaughn' backers will Insist upon; placing Dr. Huberts on the executive J ctiuitnlttee in place of Dean Frank j C'arroon whoso term expires und who! lias been sUiUJ f evident of the edit-; cutionul council. This will be u happy solution of tho problem that confronts the association. ! Today's Program. The forenoon today will be devoted la section meetings und contests. ; There will be an old-fashioned spell-j ing bee supplemented by written con-' tests for the championship of the etate. This will take place ut a. in. 1 ut tfte high school. J. 11. Vaughn Is 1 chairman of the committee while It. W. Twining and Hutchinson are the other The entries are heavy. At the same time there In churgc. i Miss sue, lm,mers.! w ill l,e u ' contest in arithmetic and language the committee in charge being j j," 1 Uoodell, chairman, J. IS, Hunter, sec retary; Mrs. Klla Leila r and George H. Lougee. section m cvuiis, I fife Indian school section will meet j a the high school at a. in., and su j will the section of institute workers. Hupt. Keiiben Perry is chairman of the first and Supt. Frederick Snyder, sec retary; while Slate Supt, Alvun N. White Is chairman of tho latter. The I . programs for tho two are: ' Indian Schools. "Preparation Necessary for Indus- '"'t'"" " trial Kmployes to Become Competent i Instructors." Discussion led by Mr. J. Crltkeni.r.r , SLXades Should the Pupils I'm, , ,.t ,h i,. ...,iu'e. in-- cuwlim on part of the boardlnsr ,' hool to be led by Mr. It. K Johnson: n part of day schools by Mr. O. K jsau 1 "Correlation of Agency and School Work." Superintendent Peter Pa tuetle, sir. It. W. Rishoff. Institute Workers. I'relirultiary statement by chairman: ".Suggestions for Institute Improve ment," Mrs. Nora Brumbaok. Helen, leader. Discussion. . . , scnooii. "What Is Rest in the Institute for Third Grade Teachers?" Supt. Joseph s; Holer, Tucumcuri, leader. DisetlH- sion. "What Is Best in the Institute for Higher Grade Teachers?" Prof. John H- Vaughn, State college, leader. "What Kmphasls Shall Be Placed on special Subjects ill the Institute?" j lender to be announced. Note: All !...,, I..,.. ...in h,o l min-! "b-s to introduco subjects. It is hoped (I,.., . .... , Jh.t county superintendents and I lusti-, 'te workers will participate freely in, OiHctiHKiun. - ai 1 ho ticii.TUl Sessions. ! At two o'clock this aiternoon, In! "'0 high school auditorium, the gen-( "f,U s'lu will open. The muaical Program will he under the direction n stn'-y Seder and will be ren-1 v i(.ni( fl,r the starv 'i by the Albuquerque High b'chool Nov. J. " pro v u, i n , orchestra, It will include folk dances m costume, by the Albuquerque public I "schools. If Rov. iUgh a. Cooper of 'he Presbyterian church has recover d from his indisposition, he will pro nounce the invocation. President C. j WEATIIEH l-'OKKCAST. Washington, Nov. 22. New Mexico uay. Monday arid Tues- C. Hill will then tall Hi to order. To Miiynr 1'. II. Iloutiight. Dr. Da vid It. Ilnyil und Supt. John Milne has been assigned tin- pleasant duly of welcoming formally the delegates. Mr. Jnslc 1 .01 kit lil, of Itatoii, county ciiperlnlcndcnt, fop Coifux county, will deliver the response. The roKl(li'iitM address, which will ! the presentation of "An Kduculioii al Program for New Mexico." Is Hchi'iluli'il to follow ami then will come the first address of lr. I- 1). Coffmun of the I'niverslty of lllinol, who Ih expected to arrive tomorrow forenoon on the California limited from the east. 111m subject Is "Consi r vutlon ami Liberalism in education." Committees will be announced and thu fireworks will begn In the nomi nation speeches for officers uml of u place ut which to hoKI the next con vention. The ballot boxes will b placed and thu voting begin, the polls to elope on Wednesday afternoon and the result to lie niinoiinced ut the otuturlnl content on Wednesday even-tnjf-. All thoM' who hold u receipt for their dues, one dollar, will be entitled to vote. Fveiilng Se.i,ui. Tho evening session w ill be a triple header, the features hi Ing the ren dition of the cantata, "The Legend of Brogetiit," by the Ijis Vegas I Hull School Glee club: an uddross on 'The Threefold Purpose of the Public School," by Dr. Coffmun, and 11 lec ture by President P.dwin 11. Crulg head of the I'niverslty of Montana on I ''.A merli n's Opportunity," MuhIcuI hc j lections will be given by the I'niver Jslty of New Mexico orchestra and the 'i'niverslty of New Mexico Choral eluli. I In the afternoon, ufter the business i session, the visitors are to be tendered an uutoniobile ride n bout the city und 'for that reason every preceding event ! is to bo on schedule time, President Hilt having vowed that Hie entire pro 'eram must be given each day and that 1 'exaetlv on time. A stop watch will see ito It that the time assigned to each 1 i ,.ni ,ri-.r. it,. the nee. topic will not overlap into the sue 1 ' ' , , ... ' . . ceeding period. The council adopted that plan on Suturiluy and it i admirulily. worked FAILS OF EFFECT! DARING RAID OF ENGL S AIRMEN ranza's net Ion in giving up Mexico iCItv to the Villa furies without urgu-! Trio of Aviators Swoop' Downia;;n;!'f,-;;, J'' S! nil FripHrinhjshnfpil llllt Arfi n . . , rig i ' Routed by Fire or Machine j , i . , I k ,Mi and High Angle Artillery, n.HListi,uUH..i.l , , ,. .. .... . , .' . , : (via tieriin, i no jiague ami 10111001, 1 M.U'i a. m. ) Kluboratu plecuutions ; which the (ifimans have taken for hp ' emerg'.'ncy w re responsible for the 1 failure of the raid of three KtigUsh aviators who yesterday svoopVd down upon this city to drop rioinns upon we I'l"- - " " aeroplane cannon and m chloe sun . uuapicu to iiifco aufeic 111.- ': IJ..U ..... .1.,. ,l.,i.,.- nv. we accomjoisoioeoi 01 we u.n. ! ploit and succeeded In bringing down . one 01 me nosuio niacioocs ami j ting tlie otners to iugni. ; I The presence of the liritish airmen ; above Constantinople at 2 o'clock im- ! ! medlntelv was announced to the an- 1 ihoritiw at Friodrlchshufen by tele pone when the airmen appeared I ut j.-rieUrlchstiaren the unti-balloon I 0iinnol, niid the machine guns Inline- ,iiately uuencd fire. Tho KngilKlitneii rirele.1 above the balloon nun 'oc I some time and dropped six bomhf, two of w hich came so near to .ho , ! building us to caus a tremor of np- j those watching. " . . . , , tie novei coiuuau i Y U Utiii-I ,'.,,1 1 . , , . tu ,. ,lM,ni,lU stuck nouses ''-"' H them severely and killing a man and , woundlns a woman. ! f-f V""'; , ar j One of the fliers then maue a ear-1 l' KS attempt to cross the hn'1 'lt " only a qu-vr e o f a m !""'" "j"' Tr Z "d tops of buildings, however, jnerceu tne , 1 nerni) ano s easoiine laiuv. hauo.hs i fuel to escape and forclnp ...". ..... -, the pilot j , to attempt to glide to earth. During the attempt of we machine, the ai man, a neuiciiai... u, ..." - . naval a r service, nanieu Al igns, threw two or three more oomos ia wo gar but thoHO missed their mark and did' no damage. The lieutenant, on reaching the , ..... ... . .... ground, defended himself with a re- j k - olver, but wus captured after recelv-i i- a oiiirht wound In the head. J m nidnt where the aeroplane landed m,lv .too feet from the Zeppelin I I. nil Th. other aviators rose to a great I height and disappeared across ui".' ic" ' n " c-...., I rivo." "Constance. The wound d man is being treated i i at a local hospital. oj,p nr Apurc j their owners. He said that no con- HtLlth Olilr H tftOH CO , . ()f roerty wou,d be al. pQRT OF ROTTERDAM, lowed while ho was in command. - Much satisfaction was expressed ,..,. lias.o w.i 'here today at the stroma stand taken- :. "Z7' Ih p. m.)-i by . General Blanco. ho"uu "' , '. f0"um,)tUon food ship T"0 Uoi:K UA" . , .. ,,.r, v.,..- vrk NevvsiMim-r Man in Xo Dunircr. i.. ...,n. an it ' ii rii jh." ; Lie today. Her cargo will be on the way to Belgium In canal bemm tomor- rThe American relief commlsskm's report shows that it has delivered in ... ,i..i,. 23.20" tons of foodstuffs, most of vvhi.h hav e been j uctually distributed in i-.,...,.. , Ships now inn er enaiier 0U"'-, ... I with curgoes awaiting vide a further 68,000 them win pro- tons and from ,f thw wor rid 70,0001 Varioun Muai.m tons additional have liecn astureu. nioi.ih.n nnniiniTinii np mm nninn nrinu iuuiiurjAi iun bULunnuu ntnur CITY OF MEXICO BY TROOPS OF ! Final Entrance Into Capital by Victorious General Probably Follow Evacuation of Vera Cruz, PUZZLE PRESENTED BY BLANCO'S SITUATION Fighting Under Way at Guada lajara, According to Re ports, and General Attack on Catranza Is Under Way. r MOIININ JDUH1L ISIClAl. LCAI'D !! VILLA DELAYED hi Paso. Texas, Nov. 2:'. The oc-I Denver, Colo., Nov. r:.-t'..!orado Is ccpatlon bv Villa troops of Mexico I prepared to reassert lis sovereignty In City has been delayed. It probablv th r,,f,t nlnlnn districts which have will not occur until after the evacua-j llp, n " ' Upied by fdeml tro for lion of Vein Crus by the American ! ricaily seven months This Is the opin forces. This Wus indicated today j ,,f 0,0 legislative coiiimltiee up when It wus learned that the retreat- 1 l,"ln''l "l "x ('x"'" "cssb.n of the Intf Currunsa troops from Queretaro j Krl"'ri'1 us-ml.y in May to uct In on last week tore up several miles of advisory capacity to (iovernor V.. M. Hrttd tracks leading Into Mexico' I '"' - (""-unza und Villa agents here are : ruzilcd over the relation of Ueneral Lnclo IMunco toward the conventu.n ! .1-.. .. 1 '" v-arranxa government. J lie 'Villa faction asserted he would Join ' ln, ,.,..,,. i,. f..r..., vLtth i,u i,m.' diale commuiid. From the Currnnsit i 'men it was indicated that lilanoo! I was at the national capital by mu-j 'tun! agreement so as to prevent any 1 disorders which, by endang rim: the! i foreign colony, might lend to a de- lay of tho American evacuation. Fighting u'ready Is under way ut i.uailalajara, metropolis of the West 1 coast country according to unofficial reports today. It was said that a cooioiaou i,i ma troops was; ! assauliiiig tho Jalisco capital. Car-! l,l'1,r fr"11 1,1 renewal of warfare i There has been nothing to Indicate ;at ttm carMi.M faction i,Us K,iy,.n , up lis efforts to combat the eonvc n- tio Pny. Kfaci K. Mmqui. cr. .uixii s consul general to the I'nlted Statis, left today for New York on a jtr,p of ins,(.(.tion f thn carrunza con- sulaleS, He will visit Washington on his trip. A column of 1 , r, 0 0 Villa troops with a battery of artillery left Chihuahua . r ' ' , I, " """-" .cti.iii.; in tin- ... lot e uifc lui ees, now ii.ttackliig Xuco, Sor.oru. It Is planned 'to clear the western border state of all Carranm troops. Villa Willi wgai)M ,m't ,mi(.t,mrat.(1 small army now faces the task of I ousting the Curranza troops w ho hav e ! ussiimed the. defensive on both eousls. M.WTOKKXA .KTS I! CSV IX SIKtii: O! , j 22. tlovernor , commander, to- Nu',,, Ariz.., Nov. j Maytorena, the Villa. day showed renewed interest in Jus (long- drawn out siege of Naco, Sonora, j where CMiieral Hill Is entreiniicd with this Carran.a garrison. . .. t Mysiemutlc upproiicnes were oegun ; Ito enable the nttackers ti occupy an lurroyo running within 500 yards of the beleaguered town. A few shells iveee thrown und one burst on tho American side of tho border without doing' any damage. Stray bullets continued to coin, to the Arizona side. One Mexican child wus struck. OKDKK PIti:V.ILS IN C.lPIT.Mi OF MKXICO. Mexico City, Nov. 22. Perfect or- ,1.. u.iiu fviulnlsiintul In thn enoltlll m v r.eiu.ml T.oeli. llllineo. who !too. over gupreme control the -.,Uy ta()t , ht ha appo,nte(1 local authorllies In all the suburban towns. j In an Interview today Ueneral Blanco said: j "I am neither a follower of Gen- j jenil Catranza nor of General Villa, but a Mexican and a soldier. When I was asked to leave the city ubso- j lutely unprotected . that forces of i IJmiliano Zapata might enter, I re- , fused because my first duty wus to I the Inhabitants. I will Kladly turn over the city to a competent author- H ,i ii.tii.ii ,i..h . , . i, ,il hurl I ,r uVlull n , - General Illaneu today ordered many automobiles which had been ft ..... iy, ...I.... , . , 1 1.,. ,.l,innl Washington, Nov. 21'. Ambassador Pago cabled from Ixindon today in re - spouse to state department Inquiries, i ,'rror wl11 tor McOonaid. that Herbert Corey, an American cor-j Hoth contentions will rest mainly respondent, reported tinder arrest, ion the fact that only one man, Put never had been detained In any way IT"WI'.V w"8 nllmt " the informa by the English police. ' jllon against the men as having been 'deported, and Towey did not appear Wife of Commissioner Dead. Moulder, Colo., Nov. 22. Mrs. Ida A. Verbeck, 4, wife of ii. F. Verbeck ,linor f fi, 1 p ov uiuuu Junction, Colo., died here today. The body Will te sent io liucago for ilnril TO ASSERT ITS SOVEREIGNTY IN I THE GOAL FIELDS! j Advisory Committee of Legis lature Assures Governor Amnions of State's Ability to Preserve Order, STRIKERS MIGHT BE CONFIDENCE IN OFFICERS CALLED TO AID WORK! EXPRESSED BY DANIELS Report of Commission Urges j Responsibility for Smyrna In Publicity for Constitutional, cident Not Yet Fixed; Word Provision 'Which Renders! From Mcrgcnthau Is Ex All Liable for Duty, ! pected Today, I "01 r.. W. ''I'lcssen in its report to tho governor today. j ne report was stiiittiitti-u in re sponse to n request from the governor '"r H,lv"'" wm,t should 1,0 don- litlfin the uithilrn'V! f.f tht f.,,1. ,; tr"01'H' Duringvthe fourteen monlhs sliwe thncoul miners' strike was called, the committee declares, "no governor of nny state In this I'r.ioii since the civil war has been confronted with us se rious problems us Ihos'j you have faced. It recalls thai at inn time President Wilson sent f ! to the mining distrlf ts ; clear they should remain only until i such time as the stale could properly reassert Its authority" und coutiues: "We believe that the stale Is now In that position and we agree with you thut you cannot in fairness to the president plead longer for federal aid, much as (he same might be desired. Von should, therefore, prepare to uc tept for the people of this state the u pon as presented l y the commit tee." ,. . . After urging once advise th the governor to at people of the slat'' that the federal troops arc to be with drawn in a very short time, the report ' suggests that he Issue u prmiuiiiutlon 1 commanding' every person In the state to obey the law and refrain from all j Incendiary utterance. j Mllllla Is Comprehensive llisly. In suggesting the subject of tilt I proposed proclamation the report di-1 leets attention to tiat section of the' state constitution which provides that! 111s i nienioers 01 me state militia shall con and : slst of "all able-bodied males between the ages of eighteen and forty-five years, .except those exempted by stain or federal laws ! "Make it clear," the report says," ; that each able-bodied man between j X.K'Oilho BKos of elirhteeii 11 nd forlv-flve Is. i In fai t, a member of militia and' that j if jt becomes necessary he will be I called Into service.'' ! Must .IhwiMH't Stulo Trwoim. ; It is further suggested that the governor make It clear that the state troops must be respected if It ugaln becomes necessary to use them; that tho order prohibiting the sulo and Im portation of liquor and sale or Impor tation of firearms bo continued and that he "firmly assume the responsi bility which Is about to be placed on you." In conclusion the report says: ' I "Xo citizen, whatever may be his 1 private view, as to the final policy adopted, should urge or Justify opposl i tlon by force. 1 "Our slato has already suffered much in loss of life. A heavy finan cial burden has been inflicted on all the citizens . There should be no re currence of this. All citizens, labor offici i s at meetings held here today and capital, all orgunizatiotis and j Tho metal trades depiirtment also combinations of men, tho public press, j changed lis by-laws to conform wltn should unite in a. determination to ! Un recent ruling; of the federation secure for our state Industrial peace," j that membership of International . . unions In the Various department Is IMIIPIIF" y'PlflMAI Pi 1 volunlnry and nol compulsory. IVIUUML IVI UUINMLU The lnln,.g H11(, ,nilllnt, ,epartme,it TO TAKE HIS CASE UPj,m'rf''"""1 ,he memberslilp of lis ex- j ecutlvn cotnmitlee by the electloil of T MOMNtNO JOUANAt AAKCIAI. LKAIEO WIAB Boulder, Mont., Nov. 22. Appeal to the state supremo court will be taken for "Muckie" McDonald and Joseph Bradley, convicted last night of deport Iiik three members of the j Western Federation of Miners from Butte. Their attorneys rnado this! announcement tonight after confer, ring with the men, who are In Jail at,r.:r 'l;:' was acquilted, and left for Butto on j the first train which departed follow ing hla release from custody. j Freedom for Bradley will bo Bought j ,on the ground that the evidence In-1 ll'tH""'e(l wuS nnuetiiaie anu improp- j ;1"1 - - A ww uisil on H"'Sf!' reversible I at the trial. He Is thought to be In Canada, Conviction was on testi mony of two other men who swore they had been deported with Towey. The men were deported for not joining a new union of which Mc Donald was president. ill OFFICES ! ARE CHEN FULL DISCRETION IN TURK SITUATION Captains of Tennessee and North Carolina Told to Use Their Best Judgment in Try ing Situation, I MO...M lOURMAL iMCIU ltl Washington, Nov, 22 Secretary Daniels today cabled Captain Decker of the cruiser Tennessee and Captain 1 Oman of the cruiser North Carolina, In the eastern Mediterranean, giving them olKcrdionary authority to ,bil with emergencies Ihst might arise In protecting American cllin-im and In terests In Turkey. The secretary rescinded the order prohibiting1 the coinmambrs from tal.lng action without authority from Washington, but cautioned them to keep m close touch with Ihc nuvy de partment and with the American em bassy at Constantinople and to mulci comprehensive reports on conditions. Iln instructed thcin that only in ex treme enti-rgeiiiic.-i, when prompt measures were necessary to protect American lives, .should they feel priv ileged to uct on their own Inltiatlvt. Although an official explanation of deral troops; the flrlnif on a launch of the Tonnes he made it 1 s"o ut Smyrna has not been receive,, assurances from the Turkish minis ters of war and Interior to Ambassa dor Morgenlhau that the shots were firtii us a friendly warning' to thn launch that the harbor of Sjiurna was dosed and mined, are taken as a fore runner of 11 formal statement from the grand vi.ier In the same effect. Mr. Daniels has confidence that neither of the American commanders will take ii"tlon which would embni- 1 rusH the t'nHcd States KoV.-runi"Mt. ! I H orders indicule that notwlthsliui'l. : lug tho explanation of the Turkish I government, the I'nlted Hiutes has no ! Intention of withdrawing; ltn vessels 1 end will keep them in easy reach of , Americans In Turkish coast towns. : Word from Ambassador Morgen j than, telling of his formal conferences j with the grand vizier, is expected j tomorrow. j Responsibility for the Smyrna Inei ' dent cannot be. fixed until further re ports are received, but high offlelils of the administration here think thut as formal notice of the mining of I Smyrn.i harbor twice had been giver, j to the American embassy soma ar- ! rungeiiient should have been made for the entry of the Tennessee's launch. ; It Is suggested Ciiptalu Decker may have believed his launch could outer without difficulty. The use of for eign flags us u, subterfuge has bftuii frequent ill warfare und officials here think the Turkish land force may have considered themselves justified in taking no chalices. It Is possible tho American ambas sador iiiav be Instructed to urraiuru for American consuls to notify Turk ish land forces of the desire of small boats from the American cruisers to come ashore. No difficulty Is ex pected In securing permission from ! the Turkish officials. ! .. A I f A H HPTIPFRQ HT jniL- j I I IULI IU VI METAL TRADES WIN OUT j mt MOANING JbUHNAL fcfACIAL LKAAIfO WlMCI I Philadelphia, Nov. 22. The metal i trades and the mines find mining do j purtments of the American Federa tion of Labor re-elected ail their old Joseph D. Cannon of the Western Federation of Miners and Thomart Kennedy of Hazlclon, Pa., represent ing the anthracite coul miners. James O'Connell was re-elected president and A. J. lierres, sucretary-trcasurei' i of tin metal trades department, and i James Jjord, president, and Krnesl Mills, secret.'ir.v-tr"Usurer of the mines uml mining department. .tenement house fire TAKES TOLL OF LIFE IBr MOANINU JOUAMAk AriAL LSA-IO WlSII New V'ork, Nov. 22, Klg-ht liersons Hr dead, two oilier were so badly burned that they may die, more, Including two fire and tieven cuptulns, were Injured as the result of a fire of auspicious origin which early today virtually destroyed a. five-story brick tenement House on Kast Twenty-tiinlli street. As a result of disclosures made to the police ly u. tenant, Ooe tuunu Shambii, who has been receiv ing black bund letters for a year, de tectives tonight are Keeking' nienjth known to them as black hand leaders. Panic which seized the tenant when they were aroused by rescuers caused the loss of life, the police say. GERMAN AGENTS DID NOT SPREAD INFECTION IX IIUWil JOURNAL MICAl, ll.atO atlMI Washington, Nov. Si. An official "tatemeiit lesticd by the department of agriculture tonight announced that sensational reports that the livestock foot atiil mouth disease was being purposely disseminated to Interfere with American exportation of meat to the Waning nations of Ihirope, had been Investigated mid found to have no foundation whatever. Tho reports, the statement said, wi, traced to iui Irresponsible Indi vidual In Lincoln, Neb. "This man told a Mate official that he had over heard two men equipped with hypo dermic s.vrlnges say something to the effect that they would see that the al lies got precious llillo local from tho t'nlted States," Later, the statement said, he was 1 onfrontiil with Ineoti siSlctiiicn In bis story und admitted that he Whs drunk tit the time, "The rapid spread of the foot und uioiilh disease," the department ad ded, "Is due entirely, In the opinion of the department of agriculture to the extreme contagiousness of the In fection und In particular to the early Infection of the Chicago Flockjurds. the great distributing liter of the t'nlted Slates," HUNTER MISTAKEN FOR ELK AND FATALLY SHOT Sr MOMNIN4 JOUMMAL BPtCIAL LCAMO WIRB) Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 22. Firing at what he supposed to be an elk, Charles Suydtr struck his brother-in-law, Kdward Martini. Inflicting a Wound that later caused his death. The shootings took place In 11 remote region near Dubois and became known when the body of Martinet was brought to Fort Washakie lute yesterday, , Martinez, it is snld, had killed an ( Ik and was biinglii thn hide into camp on his horse. Snyder caught a glimpse of I he hide through a thicket, supposed he had sighted an elk and fired. LOSS OF LIFE AT Failuie to Provide Proper Charts Causes Many Wrecks, Declares Secretary Redfield in Annual Report, ItPCCIAI. COflRIPONDBNCI TO MOSNINO JOURNAL) Washington, Nov, 22. Characteris ing the past attitude of the I'nlted 'States government as "that of u vvealthy and prosperous man refusing to give his loyal children the necessi ties of life" Secretary of Commerce Redfield in a part of his annual re- , port made public tonight emphasised slrongly the need of legislation and money for the protection of commerce and safeguarding vessels against needless destruction. Tho secretary said: 'uur citizens have ho-n drowned (31 in one case) und both private and i public property repeatedly lost lie cause tho united States government has not more rapidly provided 'the toicn and apparatus wllh which to survey and (hurt the dangerous wat ers of our Pacific, und particularly of our Alaskan coast," "it Is u shameful tlung to send of ficers of the t'nlted Stutes to sea In such ships us the Kudeavor, the Ued ney and th,? McArthur, respectively t2, 29 und 38 years old, and to requlr tho continued use of these ships Is but liltle removed In wisdom from a policy which would refuse to build u modern battleship becuuse. the old Constitution wus still In existence." In regard to Alaskan surveys the secrelury said the pl.ni of discovering rocks by running vessels on them wag still In vogue uml hud become such a common practice that rocks were commonly named after the steamers which hit them. "It puts the nation to the blush that Ibis greut scientific service, (the coast und geodetic survey) should operate under conditions which would In pri vate business cause the discharge of the supeiiiilendeiil who ailo.ved them tn continue" the secretary added. Congress will be asked this winter for a. sufficient further sum to permit keeping' Vessels In opelulion through out the year; to provide for the curly building of new ships and for the Use of ft wire drug apparatus In Alaskan waters. TIicsh recommendations, the report shows, will call for an Increase i of the appropriation for the J'miflej waters of from $ Ida, 000 to $325,0110 1 and for $.100,000 for the construction of vessels. OF 12 WRECK VICTIMS NINE ARE IDENTIFIED MO-NINO JOUAHAk A-ACIAL LKAAKO Wl-ll Ha tilt Ste. Marie, Mich,, Nov. Si, Of the twiv bodies recovered from t he steamer C. 1". Curtis and the barges Annlo M. Peterson and A. K. Marvin, wrecked lust Thursday near Grand Mora is, nine have been positively identified and one partially Identified. The othtii' two bodies are those of women and efforts to learn their Identity have failed. According to representatives of the owners of the vessels a.l the bodies r'-covered were those of persons on Curtis. Cupt. J. P. Jennings of tho Curtis, reached shore alive but J died later of exposure ufter he hud crawled four miles toward the town of Grand Maruis, S A BLAMED 0 F A POL CY GERMANS AGAIN ,! CROWD CLOSE TO WARSAW; ARMIES IN FRANCE' REST Forces of Kaiser Penetrate Further Into Poland Than Had Been Disclosed and Capital Is Threatened, BOTH SIDES MAINTAIN , STRICTEST SECRECY Exhaustion Compels Let-up In Fighting in Western The ater; Servians Make Vigor ous Stand Against Austrians V MOMNINS JOUftNAh 9MCAL LlAllO WtMl London, Nov. S3 (0.10 P. m,) Th Veil of secrecy has been drawn over the battles between lUissluns and thu Austr.j-Cermun forc-s, The headquar tcr of both Brmlei now are eoiifin ing themselves to th briefest state menls roncernliiR tho hostilities, say Ing merely that fighting Is In prog ress. A News ' comitijr from unofficial sources, however, show that the der ma it advance has penetrated farther Into Poland than hn() been disclosed previously and that Warsaw I threat ened for a second time. 'General von Ilindenbura'a army bus advanced as fur ui thn Rwici-Skiti'-nlewlee- line, which means thut th German, have covered two-thirds of the ground to the Poland capital, from which they are now only forty miles distant. Farther to mil In Po land, however, the Teuton allies ,ro aid to have been repulsed between Kadoin and Klelce. Hat tic In Prussia, Subside. The battle In Fast Prussia neeins to have died down, but the Russian continue to advance. In Gullclu and urn still fighting on the Cieeiislocliowa Cracow front. . The ball if In Polund In the direc tion of Ijow Icx i the most crltlcul one, Thd Germans express confidence in General von Hlndeiiburg, but hcr) ami in Petrogrnd mllltaiy 'observer. exnres.i thn oiilnliin thut Russia's overwhelming superlortly In liuniberj of men again must tell. In Flanders and In France the ar mies seem to be enjoying a lonif do served rest, for the only remaining evidence that the belligerents ar fac ing' each other Is an occasional bom bardment with heavy guns. Infantry attacks have temporarily ceased and the men are Kitting a chunce to rest and to tidy themselves up after a month In the water-sonkedjenchei. An eyewitness with tho Itiillsh headquarters, In a lung statement made publlo today, gives off'elul con firmation of the-reporteil heavy losses thn Geriiiuns have sOI'fured In their attacks On Ypres. Ho ipeaks of deci mated battalions of hundreds of deud loft before the trenches and of btitchos of bodies found In farm houses. The cusualty lists of British offlcerH show that tho British forces also have suffered severely in tho lighting. Servians Make Maud. . The Servian' are making- ti stunU ugalnst the AubIHuiIH 1i well chosu:i fortified position on tho Kalubara. fiver, but as th Adstrluiis coiilliiund superior forces uiid sjtrvht Is without ullles near enough to oiler her assist ance, It seems appurent that unless other Balkan states como into the war Servia Is faseifc. with defeat. The recruiting cUmpolgtv which la buing carried on throughout the BrU Ish lbs resulted today In bringing many men to the colors. Troops nitlt banners flying and bunds playing: marched today through the cast end. of Lonuoii to Victoria park, whore speakers addressed the crowds from early morning until lute this evening'. i K.irrivG contim i:s with tiUKVr i'i:itsisTi:xci: Petrograd, Nov. 22. The following official report from general heud qiinrters wus Issued tonight: "The lighting between the Vlstulit and the Wartho continues with grevt persistence. We have obtained Soln'i partial successes, "Tho fights on the front of Cssenx-tochovvn-Craeow have resulted In no essential changes. We huve taken 2,000 prisoners and some maehlno guns. , "In Guilds the Austiians huve evac uated Novy-Sundcai under tho pressure of our troops." The German column between the Wurta and Vistula rivers, according to today's official reports from Hus siun Poland, comprises six army corpJ and presents a front fifty-five miles In extent. The two rivers prevent flanking by either side, hence tho fighlliiK consists of straight frontal at tacks, In which the loasea of both ar mies are heavy, but neither side su far has been able to gain a marked ad van luge. The Germuns, military observers contend, cannot udvauce further hi tills region; slue? the Russian concen tration, which was delayed by bad rouds and by lack of railroads, now Is complete. Disputuhes received In Petrograd from Tiliis, Trana-Caucaaiu, explain that the hall ill the Kusslu.l advance toward Koprykol was due ti the. discovery that an entire Turklsii army was massed at Erzerutn. The Russian are contenting themselves,