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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. CITY CITY EDITION EDITION iiiiitTV-si.vKvni vr.Au CI. I. xii, ' vol Ten Pages CASEMENT GOES TO GALLOWS WITH Albuquerque, New Mexico, Friday, August 4, 1916. Ten Page FIRM STEP WD S UNCONCERNED Tommr British Knight, Execut ed for lli;n,h Treason, Bears Hp Biavely and Is I cut as to His Fate, M DIE FOR MY COUNTRY,' ARE HIS LAST WORDS Watchers Outside the Prison Kneel in Silent Prayer When Bell Announces lie Has Paid Ihe Last Penalty, THE WEATHER; iiii wr.iini.it. I i il 1 1 t s l . i Menvcr, Aiis, 3. New Mexico Friday ami Saturday fine in suuili local thunder shown in lien tti por t ion. iAH , U I'lll ll HI I'OKT. I'or twenty-four liuurs, ending- 'it G i. in. yesterday. Maximum temperature, i; degrees; ii i i r i i 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 . .r,7; range, 'M: temperature l ii ). III., 7S degrees. Southwest, wind; clear. iiiciii against Hi,, di'iilh of Cry. ill." lTnt I ii'ully id the very hour of linger Casement's i-xt'i lit i in slt'i'iiuo ih rf I'm Is wele made l,y his friends and sympathisers in tin- Ctiiletl Stntesaud Ireland mid even in Cnglnnd to si-rurc ii reprieve. I'ctii iiiii.h fin- mercy pnur I'd in u I ii n III,' Hritish government iiinl efforts wi'iv mailt .in obtain ar linn hy President Wilson. The only union taken in Washington Was III'' passant" of a resolution by ihe senito asking Iln president lo use lii.s good offices Willi I lie lintish am horit ios lo oliiain clemency for Irish polilioal of fenders m general. Tli" hopes of the ci i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 man's friends win' extin guished w hen Lord Cohort IVnl, min ister of u;ir trade, aniioiinr,-d on Wednesday I Inn ihe Hritish govcin Mii'ti t was determined not lo Kivmi ,i rrpriov e. TUFRY PfllVFR OF SMftRidflRF ' . w. www ..b-w "" GOVERNMENT IS AGAIN ATTACKING TRYING TO AVERT MERCHANT SHIPS; GREAT LABOR WAR MAN! LIS LOST I lull y hy lUTicr or Mail 0c) II Mould, .single. I oplos. ,'iO iSenale Likely to Comltie fiiiry Into Honrs of Woik Required hy Opeialuis . of Railroads. HI I I SYS I.OHH MIL'S si ii mi nt is rvntt i: i (.i.m .ii sin u s t SI Ml:TS lil'Vill I nn. I'm. An . ,i oilirial I I lll Ho' I'H'I Mi y s : ;. .! ( 1 1 in', p in sin lellll'llt I.SSUI'll K bureau tonight "I'lic government carefully .mil repeatedly considered all the , irniinslaners in ihe Casement case before reaching a decision nut to miorfere with the sen tence. lie was convicted and punish ed for treachery of the worst kind to tlie empire. lie had served as a willing agent of (ier- iininy." " Aft.r declaring that ruscment had organized Herman assistance : fur the Irish reliellion the slate- '' nieiit continues: ( 'oip lnsive ev idence has come Pit. i the hands of the government ' since the trial that he hud enter- e,l into an agreement with the i Herman government, which ex- Illicitly provided iliat the brigade ' wl'n eh' Tie "Viik trying (. -iviisi aninC!! Irish soldiers held as plis- oners might lie employ, d in ' K.ypt against the I'.rilish crown. 'I'liose among the Irisli soldiers who resisted Casement's solicita- ' lions of disloyalty were subject- e, to ireatmenl of exceptional ' cruelly I is- the ii-rninns. Some ' of tin tn since have been ex- hanged us invalids and have. died in this country. rrgnrdinK Casement as their murderer" ? In conclusion the staleiiienl points out thai the suggest ion "which has been conclusively ' disproved." that Casement went 1 to Ireland lo try lo stop the lis- -lug was not raised at the trial e nor was Ihe j,c:i id insanity" I'lnladelpliia, Alls II. M icharl Francis Jio.vle of cunnsel for Uouer Casement, jn statelnelit Kiven mil today in reply to I hat made by Lord Holier! Ce il m London yesterday, sa id ilhiit I lie "stalement thai Irish prisuii ., eis in liciinany suffered in; ' ie hard ., ishiis because I hey did not join Cas. .Imcnl's Irish lirimide, was false anil ; Tii evidence of it appeared at the trial.' ,' Mr Imyle fiirllit-r statial Unit the ieinht counts of ihe indict ineiil auninsl . jCns''ineiii referred to "nets eoiiituitted iiin c.ermauy and that the I'.rilish gov v erinnenl refused a reipies! made by ICasemenl to Iiiiiik sixty witnesses I from (ierniany to testify in his be- NATION'S EXECUTIVE HEAD IS AT WORK Ptesident May Make Personal Appeal for Settlement of Differences Which Threat en the Countiy, ) imr MOMNINd XIUNNUI IIICUL IIIIID Minfl I 'at hiiiKion. Ann. :l - While the stnlie vote ,d 41111,111111 railroad 1 1 1 - 'ployes was beini; coiinl.d in New York 'every ai;eiiiy of Ihe federal govern men! a fleet. d by the sit nation was preparing todaylo do ail pu.-sible lo avert a final breali belwecn the rail- . roads and I lie u oi k men. . William I.. Cli. 1 in hers, commissioner ol' the hoard of niediation and coiicil iilion, was in communication Willi I I 'resident Wilson diiiim; (he day, jllioimh board ollicials pointed THE DEUTSCHLAND CAHRANA I ROUPS PAIROL IRONIILR ELUDES PATROLS OF ALLIES; GETS TO SEA UNSEEN ilian Steamer Is Ptnsned! fnemy (anLi'is Am Seen al and Is Shi'llt'd ,iml Stinkj Anchoi Oil Oapr:; Apiur After It Comes tn full Slop.i . cully llnawaic (.1 .SiiIhii.i It Is Said, . J line's Aclinii. PASSENGERS SLAIN AS I SUBMERGES TWICE BOATS ARE LOWERED! TO TEST MACHINERY Women and Children AhoanLCieimans dleeful in Belief Ihat Vessel Sent to Botlem, Says Repoil From Allies' News Sources, . ir.u.N.i. .ir,... ,...o w,m,l I (iiiiIiiii, UK. I ( I : t a, in ) - Tile ' I : it I i:i ii mail slianor l.ctimhro u.is j been sunk by a Ml bm.i rnie a ml I wenly jeiKhl siuviv ors liave anucl al Malla, isavs ii Heiiler disiatch I'roin Ihat liiideisen (.ointneieial Boat Is en Roil Ie lo I .ilhellaikl in Safely, (1 MIIIN.M ...UMNftt SrSt'lAl , I.HU WIHII CI I'.e.o. 'I , ,is, Ann, ;s. .'n ,. im died ov ei iiiiIiiii troops, under lien el., I Morula. Imr ai lived I r mi Ihe soulli and aie p., I rol lini; ihe li'oiitiei .ihoiK lb. Chiliiiahe.:, Coaliml.i l,ui il. l and soulli of the Pi,' P. u,l ills III' I of leas. tiliel.il . alien.,',. ( ion.'.. i les :i , 1 1 1 1 .t i ii . -i d hi .lu it.. lint. iv these tr..,.ps have established camp about lliiilv miles soulli of Koipnl las, Tca, and tloir pi.s.nce .. ahh I'lUi' list. In lecenl li pints I It, I l.lll'e bOllles til l.alllllls Me ,l the 'a'cl lull. T 1 1 ti 1 1 . ti . 1 1 inv est n'.ul ton li.nint: iailetl In sub-1. iiii tale icpoili thai palty of ah, ml .,(l ban, Ills closM'd Oh' Hio Hi. in, I ai Coll Manendi. Tt :t. v . .. I, i d.i v , Hi,, lumps sent tlotll belt lo III V est l,;,tl , Mel',, ol- deretl lo return tuilav. A liallalion ot Hie 'fvvel'lv Hind llllalllly ,..,c luiniip', in moior trucks, win It- two oinpaiii. , or I lie l-:i 111 Ii ca v a It v mo mar, htii; overland Heports receive, in Juarez from San liMia, in. Chihuahua, said that ( apt M.trtt llo Mai iillii had letiirned there with Ihe d 'l,cbm,ii ,t' ;tncru lllent Hoops which piirslled till' IWl Mexican bandits who escaped ufiei Ihe eitea,;enii in near Curt II. lin o, k, 'l'cx , last Mom lav I'll,. Hail was losl ill the desert, he Plllll. and the plllSIIII was abandoned. PIIROIIASr 01 OYPSY (ilRI INVOLVES I RAIID sin v Ivors itl'-o half." illioiieh board ollicials pointed out! that not 1 1 1 1 i k of n formal charact 'could tie done lililil the railroad man agers and representatives of Hie eni PPpTAIM ployes resinned nei'olialions nexi uuo I ' III :! STREET RAILWAY STRIKE IS i r MORNINa JOUIOIAL SPICIAL IIABED HRI New York, Auk. X A stlike of street railway employes, lyini" up ev-' cry sin face line in Manhattan, Hie l:ronx,nd Igneous county, Kcemeil in-; (vita hie today. The leaders of the union recently ora ni.ed. aliioni; Hi' einnloves todav delivered an ulli- nwliiii: Win r ul-vvav ciini;tnica iv-.' mi tlieni iiinil ii o clock ira in" eveniim to uranl their demands, and eU'orts today of Mayor .Mitchell lo I. linn about arbitration tailed. If the si i ike oeciiis it will involve, 4 aiMI employes. He up lines Willi ".'IMC miles of Ir.icks operating L'.-HU cal'S and eurryinn ICPi.uuu.iMiii iiassenKers ; :i year. This is in addition I:) the Third avenue system, on which1 strikes alieady have affected tlie: I'.loiix, several ionics in M.uihnttaii and the trolley lines ill Yogkers. Seventy-five tier cent of Hie men employed in the power houses will next week join the strike, aci,idihK lo all announcement liv Michael' Murphy, president of the Steam 1' ire men and Knulneers union. week. Semite I'll, lie l.ikclv. A call was issued for a meeting to morrow niorniliK of tlie senate com merce committee lo decide whether hearings wonld lie held on Chairman .New lands' resolution proposim; an in vestigation by Hie Interstale Com merce commission of hours of labor 1 plui e. Two boat loads ol . have -irriv e.l al S.v racnse. I The l.etimbio carried a crew of 1 fifty-seven iihtl her passengers niiin ! bored ll-'l. Il In believed that a lain'' 'number of lliem lost their lives. The I pa (w iiKrii included vnini'ii and chll i Iren. Survivors report that a submarine was l, served at a distance of uhout ill, mill ineteis. Il fired a warning alio: 'and then i;ave chase, firlnu ciintinu ioiisiy for half nil hour. It dually over jloo the I.otimhro, winch had beKUil ; lo lower boats. , ! "The submarine." ml, Is tlie dis 'patch, "continued its bombardment. I smashing five boats, the oceupanis of i which p, rlshetl. Some of the stirviv lors sav Hint manv wre killed bv shell ! fire." j All ihe Italian crew of the brii; ll'ahilu, torpedoed by an Austrian sub-j I., .U.N,N. ,... I....O....N V . ...f . .1 , ,. ..... M'l. .. .. I O...I """, . are t i v inn il'tllsers ,a t l ol b li; lllc ellti.ince tO'ntlo Unllil 1 1 :i 1 1 1 1 i . 1 1 lioaiis i , i prevent tn,. n, pal'lllte ol tile (iellliall Sllblllal'lll ill, 'I chain I lent -chlaiid still weie i position wuhin sidil of shore diiiin I ol ado tlav and Hnr ilicnte that I lies passai;,. of the IhroUKh tile capes was notliini; lo in wei e awai , of I II I ii tils, hlaml oiil last uitihl Marine Induce Wile of plilit;s, in i appear ,-maiii'.t her Marino, rim f ol a I.OS Alll'des, accused NO BULL It ISE TICKET WILL BE PLACED IN FIE 0 L EAOERS ASSERT Confeieiiee at Indianapolis De rides to Repiimand Na tional Ooinmitttr for Its Action, PLANS MADE TO KEEP PARTY ORGANIZATION Policy to Be Put sued DuriivT. Piesidential Campaign Has Not Been Detei mined Upon llefinitely. INN, Nil liaiNNAI ,irt. IAI. ASU WlHI ilto, Aim; .1 Chlcaxo pnlicel Mrs, y.oika Ma il kv psy III Col el urn here to father. .loselth was decide livpsy Iribo ill of sWIIldllllK. men here believed tlie .nilntlerslhle I yvl nan entirely eiuuci itie war vessetii and was safely on her way across Ihe Atlantic on her return voyage to lier inniiy. Captain llltiseh, of the w ar-bound (lormiin liner .Net kar, who, on bourn Ihe Iuk Thoinas Tnnmlns, dir. -c. el the depi.rture of the 1 1, ills, bland, s J I I tmiav that the underwater freli'hlir passed unoliserveil within lull on railroads and urninu the employers ! marine, have arrived at Malta. ad eHipWiVi' to postpone -v set.' I'Miynl . of their difteremcs until a report can 1 VII A M IHS ltl-IHIIM I l si Alt lie made. Hours of labor constitutes; HY TMTO Si ' II M HI IS one of Hie elm f causes of Ihe Hireal- the 'P iiliaj'in p. in.) 'V MUNNHKl JOUNNAl SPKCIAL IflASID W.MB London, Aug. iK v Caseinenl. toiiiii f lirilish knitht ami consul, was banned al !i o'clock tins morning mi Pi nlonville jail for'bitih treason. Mo was convicted of colispiriiiR lo cause an armed revolt m Ireland and Willi having soiikIh (leiiiian aid to that (lid. Two hours betore Hie execution a 'T'uv.i of men, women and children I , illnred lielore the prison Kales. Ai 'i o'clock the crowd had swollen to sin it propoil ions that it extended for I o blocks from the prison front. At on,- minute after nine a siHKle sll'olie of Hie bin bell announced that the Hap hail been s runn. It was tlie si-,-nal for a inockuiK, jeeruiK .Veil from Hie crowd which suddenly died avvav into dead silence earlier in Hie miirninj; two priests of Hie Human Catholic church admin istered the tast litis in the cell of the loinlemned man and shortly after ward a little procession headed by the o 1 e r k V 1 1 1 e 1 1 witli Casement following, :i warder on either side, proceeded to ward Ihe execution shed, only five 5 arils away. s the party reached the sin . I w here ll. gallows were erected Hie special executioner, a hair dress, f ii'itned Cllis, approached Casemcnl Mid tiuickly pinioned him. Caseinenl hioimli'd Hie gallows firmly and i mended his upiril lo tiod as he slopped "ii the trap. A liniment later the level was pulled. Caseinenl was pronounc ed dead al nine minutes after nine. Heoi ives in i in ti 1 1 ii n . Hillside Hie prison wall as Hie exe cution was in progress was a group "f about thirty Irish men and women. When the prison bi ll announced Case hi'iit had paid the last penalty, this Kioiip fdl oti their knees in silent leaver for the repose of the soul of Ho-ii dead fellow countryman. Casement showed not Hie slightest ' om ern over his fate. ". June L ' be was registered as a member of Hie Human Catholic church and received Ins first and only communion at " clock this morning when lie assisted :il mass in his cell. Hue of his at- llangor Is pNilulcil. Washington, Aug. :t.- l'resident Wil son today designated 1 1. W, W. Hang er, assistant commissioner of media tion and conciliation, as a member ol the I'nited States board of mediation ami colli iliatioii, to fill a vacancy which has exisled for several years 'BANDITS' SEEN BT MILITIA PROVE TO BE U.S. SCOUTS ened stlike. The Chamber of Commerce of Tinted St iles which yesterday ap pealed to Cre-iilent W ilson for federal inleivenlion to prevent Hie strike, is urging action on the resolution Tlie chamber Is considering calling a con ference of representatives of coniuier oial organizations to impress on con gres.s Hie necessity of taking some im mediate step. Increiscs Membership, The president late today designated (1. W. W. Hanger, assistant cnniiins sioner of the hoard of mediation and conciliation, as a member of ihe ! board. Tlie law stipulates thai there' '.shall be three members, l,m .lodge j .Martin A. kh.tpp, chairman, and i I - ham I ,. Chainbeis. commissioner, have' .served alone because all official of Hie Mepnrtinenl of la Imr, designated as Hie j liiu',1 incmiicr when III.- hoani formed, vvas mil , n;i I if it ,1 lor ; place. i Judge Knapp and Mr. Chain asked the president lo increase j membership because Ihe work of ; hoard already has become great 1 1 be t In cateneil st l ike has added lo jnecessily of having another nu mber. ! Administration officials said cvciy-! jibing possible would be done to! 'avert a strike. If all other steps fail, i ;it is possible President Wilson will j make a personal appeal to the rail I , road managers ami Ihe emploves urg 'tvi , ing them to effect a settlement in ihe j IVIeXICitllS interest Ot the public The Muesli London, Aug. II 111 Mil p. in Lloyd's reports th.il the following jsels have been sunk: Steamer Cror (iscar, Swedish, Ion; fiile of crew unknown. . Steamer Venn la ml, Swedish, I Inns; fate of crew unknown ! Steamer J oil n YII'-ui, Noiwegian 1 7ii'. ton,.; new saved. )-- , IS- .'( I', X L'L! I N Is-H STI AMI It IS sl Mv HY M'lHI HIVI Aug. I via I .ondoii , i I I : Iiii p. in. ) file I 'olil ik, n rcpoi't.i I that the lianish steamer Knlhulin, I, ;L'ii tons, has been sunk by a Herman j submarine in tlie M edit el la nea n sea. iT'he crew- was saved. was Ho- Let's Ihe the and the SNIPERS FIRE nW MFMRFRh flF Ull mL.IIIUL.IIU Ul : tiesi AMteHiMB M aa M SOU! BUkWAIHUL , i" f a I'nited Slates destroyer on duly! about a mile off Ihe capes. lie hIho disclosed that Ihe submarine suli-! merged twice on her way down I ho hay lo lest her ellgll.es ! Tests Mill liincrv. , "When we came to a stop at a point . Ill Hit bay whi.-li I sdall mil dlscloa" Pecans -i .pivhw L'lv iiinil hY4! In '':' Ihe place again," sal, I I'.iptam llinscii, "the pilot aboard ihe hii Innarine was' taken off. 'I'he submarine was sub-j merged so thai her machinery and, diinnps could be testetl and the caro j 'irimmetl should Hiat be necessa i y. . She went down in a deen lode in tl. bay lo a depth of i:C. feel, reimtiulni;, I there for some t line. I i "When she came to the sulfa, e again, Captain Konng came i,p through the conning lower and saidi tli.-il everything was woll.nu; perfect-: Iv. Wo started another dive While,1 running. She went down until four j inches of her periscope whs .showing) a bov e I be water. Then I dropped be- i hind to see al what distance Ihe wake of Hie I it uts, Ii la ml or Hie foam crest of the periscope could be seen, Al ,41111 yards w ilh classes I could 1ml see il I III lie I he le Is ha V lllg pi'OV e.l thai I lie ' I lelllM III, Hid W as III pi I le, t .1 It 1 1 1 ion, 'we Weill lo a place to hide for a While. 'We Were well hidden, loo. AnVOIIC 'Would have bad gi.-at dlllpilllv III ; r. ii.i iii lis. i "lii Ihe altctie.on we started lor the .apes, .iii.I von know Imw the I, il ia MORMIH4 JOtiattlt PCCI4I, tgB W,Vt In, han. ip,, Il Intl., ,Mi. it. At i llleell. oT leaderl llltendlnK the pro gressive pally I onlVreriCrt here, It. late tins afternoon not. to nominate a camluiatH for president tun to appoint an executive eoninill- Aeeiirdhig lo the police, Marino lee of lifleen to perpelmtle Ihe uitrtV accepted $l,iiiin trom .tobn tiny, a I ""(I adopt i esulul ions criticlsinK thn j Chicago gy psy, for Ihe hand t,f j national committee f,)r endorslnir .oi ka. Then en route to California ' 1 1 'ig In s in t Im ago, Jun $. mid William Hut fa In, who fell! I'lxn HeiuKanijillon. In love Willi her and otilninetl her; I'lans for Hie reorganuatioil of tlin , i onsent lo marriage iind her father'H. piouresslve party a a national polit jnlso, piiying :'.tMHI to the hitter. Ma-!i'al orguiii.ullon were adopted tonlirhl : rino, howiver. it Is t hargeil by lluv, at a confcience of Hull Moose repre- negiet tetl to return his $,(iiui, and Isentatives here. The , onfei(nce, nHer , a warrant was issued for him. Zorlia'u heated discussion. tP-, nled it would ' is 1" y s old. ; be Impracticable at thin lai date to IreasHemhle the liltig ressl v.. . one ,,.l loo ; :, :(,iits prihf or r.Riinr ;! " va.. -,. on t n.,-, 01 -1 ticket caused hv Theodore vll'j 0AS0I INF NlFXT ,l''tll"i"1"" " "" noinimilloii. In UnOULIML I1L.AI ,H.(1(i ,,, oiKillll.ltion will put op Mn icleetoral ticket In every state where I here Is the nucleus of an DruaniHi mn left, hearing the name of John M l'arkeiv of 1 .loilulitnii ro.ii.o,.,.. r..M .a.... ,,'te "'"p.ion o. l.aim nu wei president, , the dope Of elect, n per- ''""'' ",' ' s ' ""; "t'"- ;ham enough presidential elector, who .e ... ..... ,,,,..., ,,,,,, lh-,-muh l.lllVM III,. , !.,,.... ..! I., the event of a close contest betwitv I he t Wo parties. Ainona the HaleH ill whit h this plan IBV MAIHINt JOUffNal. arS.-.IAV. LIAStO WIH I'lltsbiiigh, I'a., Aug. :i. - Ail Uliitles of I'eniisv Iv iinia cruite oil with of th land was reduced five cents. Th new prices ai" i'euiisvlvaiiia crude. JJ.4H. Mercer Clink. Corning and New Castle. II 'J'l. Cabell, H.ti.', Somerset, fl.Tfi, and Itaglalul, 7 :t rents. Hefimrs said that the next III tile market would be reduce talions f.. gasoline. itiov e I (pin- PARALYSIS EPIDEMIC SEES NEW HIGH MARK j BV MOftNIN.1 jOIIRNAt. lr,:lAL LtAHfO WIH i New York. Aug, :t. -The epiileinic ul' infantile pnialysis reached Ihe (high mark totlay in Hie number of ; new runs. Tlie licalllt tlcparlment 'figures ihovved thai L' IV developed jtliirnig tin- I wen I v-four hours ended at 1 li a. in and thai Hie deal h list lor , the lame period was foil y seven, two iii'.ii l ha u v esterda y. I Seventy six were .liickcn m Man ihailaii, while Ihe epitleiiilc now ap pea i s lo I nt. i eil pari if Hie r- trip w pa'se.1 i on t In Hie is made. T ill the da I.I plge eight Tiiiimms Hi the Illli lllilll I iitiay be discussed al tomorrow's eubi- ' nl meeting. I l'resident Wilson asked Commis-i n r Mi n iK ,! sinner ( 'haiiiheis to come lo llic capi-: Rumor ot Mexican oniiaw;t.,i t gm ami taix over prospects J n t ' r i I I I n',. ' ot!lemell1 of the differences If- i laity 111 (Oil ManCOCK UlS-Mwoen Ihe railroads ami their t-iii - i I T Ml t'S I ill I I it ' i i 1 1 r( ' I lie t. (Mil III IHSM IJMT ( U. S, Sol. Exists on di1!) Dnp ice I Account of cedented Ot ml I, Mile. I all : lll-lll irule, W lllch II: lance of olllv I I'll I be sil htna l i in- w as her decks Welt' tie had Snd- ti ict, Ropoi Texas, I E r- I . I . I tx)iooeo (teileral ;e was posl polled until toim em Il is understood whole situation Id, v wil fully Tuesday. rn Cmi C.l l'.iso. ,r MORNIMJ lotlWNAt. OfHaAi. I Ce.llJ tWIBtl San Antonio, 'l'cx.. Aug. 3. C"U scuts of Hie Cniletl Stales army an a drove of loose horses eoll-tilllt"d th band of Mexican bandits sighted by Massachusetts infantry scouting patn south of Coi't Hancock, 1 ex., according- to a report lo Ion. slon todav bv I ieneriil Hell at The four scouts were from Hie ii'ij Hentl district and by chance happtiu d lo be near Ihe wandering horses at the time thev w ere sighed by t b guardsmen. (iener.al Hell informed ileum sl Cull Iston that hereafter he would use regu lar army nu n instead of guaniMiiei for scoiititiK. WWTS I. ! chi t naigii t.lsl.Vl KIN to si 'rn.i: mi ai,l that his overpowering '(id and Ireland was most The last words of the man were, "1 die for roti- Ih, Ne lendants love for striking, ttemneil country." 1 lie only editorial reference bewsiupers is In the Haily which says: "The hanging gives the Jisaffocted section of Ireland another martyr, em litttis feeling throughout the island. alieiiaieH a large and important bod of Amen, an opinion and ena Ides C.er mauy to pay off Hie deatli of Cast - KING GEORGE MAKES IBV MORNIN4 JIlllNNIL BPactAk taABIU tWIHIl ioiu;las, An.. Aug. 11. After a ces sation ol' sniping for iwo d.tvs Alexi rrow .;,a ns Iving m the In ush an, ml two go over Hie I mn,. H vvcsl ol gua I'riela and several ,'"'M Ihnndri'd yard-, south of the inlerua- Itional boundary, are repot led to have I fil ed a number ol shots at members IHS'l'Tl:s ,,t- .1.,. I, older oalrol of Hie Second ; Molilalia infa n ; t v . Tcestiay nigil. The. ago, Aug. I!. A national oati.- ; ,4 nmP rstootl lo have been iinofflei.il among all railroad employes iv .-cnorlcd lo Hi i- (ien. T h'. Mavis. not comprised in the four brother- ; com ma tiding Hie Arizona district, hoods who are vol mi; on a strike vvas Several builds are said lo have started today to obtain legislation by i come uiicoml orla hl.v ( lose lo mem bci s ngtess lo empower some notiv i of the guard. Heintr nniilile to see the disputes as lo wages bet wei- i i ; ,.,-. n. e.ua nlsmen mail,- no rci.lv. iployes, whether or-! a.,, famine exists along the en- ganizcd or nnorganieil. t i Arizona. New Mexico, Texas bor- H. T. Crazier, of Nashville, Ten n., ,,.,-, iieeor.ling to Ihe statement .d cliairmnii of a commillee of railroad I w,,ii iif,,rmeil .mitlove of th.. heal brother-j ic(. company. This condition is as li lege-- , r ,,!., to the sadden movement of majority, 1 e,,....,!. ,, , border for which men employed ,,n some southern I none of ihe dm towns went nre- pareiC I'he local ice company has been settle railroads as Hi e In: Il I III bci IIS clo-elv oiind 1-1 sse.l then V ai d.: At I I S'llhlli. rred H Wo iy ;'ne'.:,'cr, when I I e port t , I to Ih Kirov el:. Dial Hie Me 1 1 1 SI dl la III I , lea r,,l Ihe capes ami wa on her way !to sea Hie olficeis aboard seeincil mosl siirpiiscd Th. y li.nl lud ob soi v ctl bci a I all So y ou sec I hat I lie llrileli ami I' lein h i i niseis off shore li.,, In i the slightest chance of fimlim: t he I n li t si li Ci lid i licer for incrica C., plain Mlliseh added til, it after the I I 'ofle ,1: and nielli her... of Ihe crew hail gn en I hi ee bee Is for A lliel I, a . lie j , be. nil Captain Kming give Ihe order, ti i im; - tat ion.-." A I I hat I I In- , Ve-Sel.-, wi ll' about a mile off the I I n 'capes. The siilnoa l ill" I in Tea so, I her , speed and Ihe uieii aboard Ihe Tun-(Were I 1 1 1 1 1 J s-. will, 1 1 iiad slopped, VValclletl hel'llhe I as she sped for the open nil, A , here Hide away all lo i liglils suddenly dis appi :i i o,l. Caplani Mlliseh said he knew the e -st I sul i g.il at I hat linie. when a, mile inside Hie llirec- I ie Disease cations Is Nnmhei of a New llieh Maik. W Vol I,, ail, hd I, pldcnile Wht'll IW ,rin i,e carrien out. are Uiinsiaiia. IMiiivlaml, Indiana, Missouri, Wion 'sin, Michigan, l uth, North Miikfoti. .and Minnerola. I New Treasurer (linden. j ' A. Hopkins, of New Jersey, was leliosen treimurer of the rclia bilitate.l jhiill se party, and Matthew H On (if Massaclnisftts, vlee cluurmari of Hio national committee, will ), 111 arliVw charge of Ihe campaign, i An executive committee of fifteen 'member will h,. named hy Vice 'Chairman Male lo cn-operale with the fifteen members of the national eom . mitlee w ho refused to vote for the cn idoiscmenl of Charles C. Hughes at, t'hlciiro June Uli, in rehabilitatinK the parly Tins eoiiuniltcee will met uf llie Xoveinlier elections to form ula-te. plami lor Ihe perpetuation of the party. These plans may Include som k'.nd 'of an amalgamation with Ihe prohihi ition, sociahsl. ami woman's ari'es. j The following address wa issued ti I I he conlereiicc . i Aihlrcss (o lnK,roHslves. i "To to progressive party of the j country; I "At a national conference of th: j parly held today in the otty of Indian -I apolis, attended by reprt sentai iv-s or I I tin ty-seven siaH s, a res. lutlon w.i.-i i iimniiuioiisly adopted condemning the action of the progressive national committee on Julie 1! 1 as an Illegal Usui pat ion of authority mn conferred i upon it by Hie recent , ij.it v cation uf i the party, deuoiiucing its action as j ""' ' brca, h of trust, and repudiating Ihe I Sil me ill every respect as noil -expres II All II1', Rill I lil i - ! Miv'' "' ""' l';ll,v's Ihought or -jvuiieK ' "Men whom We have iletiKhleil to lo Be Slndied; '""' ".e.. uei,Kiu ... ,oiiw 1 I have not only abandoned lh p.tilv s HealllS St,ll)lisll!'':"ls'' 1,111 ,l;,v'' "oii".ht to sii.T-in... n-. iiiiiiue ami in compromise ine ttiguiiy j of its in.liniliial membership liv a c.d duslve uinlerlaklng with the lepuhll lean party to deliver ur patlv slreiiA, i, to Hie lepubllcait prr si.lr ii I '.i I ticu.l i "Tlie course of Ihe national .on. , lillMee has been em phut It'll liv lepudi isPd in every stale w lit re there hi, I been free discussion und adieu ! "This conference Is Hie ciiluiui.it , nig protest of the party ag.ilnsl 't... mm to j ( ' bt r Bin i ON PARALYSIS innai srit'iAt iKAtii. w.nri Aug. ;l. New lore-! Ihe campaign against of inf. mill, p.u.ily is i committees cotiiposed in il ,1 employes outside Hie four hoods, said petitions for su latum had In en signed by a of men employed nil some southern I , roads, and that the movement would! h made national in scope. I mile limn He add I'M him lo , Weill up or sinking out Steered il , o C.ipt.im II more tonight Noifolk Willi llcil it w ..close W h down the lo sea, or old lie unwise Iher Hie vessel coast before whether 'sin 1 1 se st might mil . lllscll letilllleil to IC.lt i - leaving the Tiniinins in instructions to pick up a ill un, if Tlie committee contends that I I.. .- ,..i,l ,.r eiilr,1,,1 e.i.i.l.o'eu ..... PKhShN Vint WIN 1 Included among Hie trainmen Th, s" . working its plant so that it is ". , producing .Ml pi r crni more I li t n to The Day in Congress IB MOI.NI NB JOtlBNAL SP.CIAL I i A 8. D IAfl Londofi, Aug. it ( 7 - 7 p. "i i -With Hie approval of King ibot-''. the llnil.tMi'l which his ma.ic.-lv pre sented to the nation some months ago will lie devoted to general pur poses in connection with the war. ac cording to a statement made lodav in the house of commons by I'nuinT Asiuith. men j shops ' "" panv of the loeal the il" 1 1 l si: ti : Continued delate on I list net of 1 "liimhia bill. I'asscd lusiriet of Cttlinnhia ap,to P'.'t i.,ii bill , a I'l'y ,ng $ i ::.i;iiii,!iiiii. 'l ook up , hi, I labor bill. Adopted .(inference report on agri ' ''i'lil al ,i C, ci s.., , ;, ,; ;j, ., m in, II a 111. 1 I'day. HOI si: " 'csMor,. meets I'VulaV. ival conferees lestime.l pi,. p,,se, pi lsonie l ha bavy bill. hearing King (ieorge on pin ing nun ;tl Ihe disposal of II last April accompanied Hi with a letter, saying: "It is the king's wishes that Hi (aim. Which he gives ill c.ill-e.Uell. of the war, should I"' applied i manner deemed tn si in ' ' of Ins majesty's g.oei' nt." II i v whateve opinion (BV MONNINB JOU.NIl BPIC.AL KAMI!) t.B London. Aug 'i I ' at p. m i -Kint' i Ieorge lias sent :t letter of sy inp.nl'. to the widow of ('apt Charles I'ryait. master of Ihe Hellish steamer Urns sels, -.vhii was executed ret iinly by the i.ermaus on a . ha rgt1 Ihat be tried to ram a i in man stiinuarine when tie ' I was master of the steamer Wrexham. Untis Is Vice lianitll""'. ; In his letter King Heoige m,h s rolllill.l HIO Ug :;-l'htlles S. '. "The act mil of Captain Cry.'tt! in tle Mivis of I'eiiver'w'as elected su pr. b"" f. mime his ship (the Wrexham) wa.-t vi'c,. ' chamellor of the Knights of, a noble iiisia,,,.. ..f Ihe resource and I'vthias tndav after Ihe supreme lodge sdf s:o rif ice , ha I ad er,si of Ins pro bad spen, niore lhan three hours ... fessi,... Ihe e.l.r adds thai the .r... ,., hes "onnuatii'i' f.o.r king has learned will, the deepest In- cand, dates for the office which leolsjilicnatio,, of Captain 1'rvalt'K fate an I Ilv . He bi,le-t of. thai the k.-lg "tecard:, the on,,.!,;. witl.ii. the tilt of the order. '"!, abhor, .-nee. Ms rated caoa-ilv. lie in e;irhnul lobs construction, repair, , KM p,,,,,, sliippnt from : I'aso until arid operating depa rt -',,.,, lit I v when the Id Has,, Ice , t- uolilit',1 ;bc management of the plant that they could ship no i more as they wi re having to hrinc. : b e fioni Coil Worth to supply Ihe : trade In re. All of Hie large mining' tompa in s .of Soiiora ale now paving their wmk I men in Mexican silver, which is i l ported hv Consul Ives li. Lelev ii r ! j lie trussing the border here al Hie 'rati, of t Weill v-fiv e thousand pesos wckly. The silver Is saitl to be ship I ped from China ami India, for iiiaov years Hie two chief hoarders of Mi x lean pesos. , A ret cut i 1 1 i a uza ,tr, ree again' I I e .portal ion ol , onied money wiltNeiv- in, 'In, I office uiein employes. Ilieir w igcs ; to lie nun h smaller than thos, trainmen, and a strike would Ihrovy many of them out of work ami reduce their i bailees for an income, especial ly if Hie naiiiiucn gained an increase, if is contended hv Hie commiltee. KING SENDS LETTER TO ERYATT'S WIDOW low for I ' II I eil w II h i II ,i il.l IS available, the I ha. k to I ia It mini , In response I,, the plosptots fol Ship lo Hie Me'lls nii.ii:in w, ilcis, i s.ld "Vim can depend u il 1 1 t li n il Was , o l ii l llg t hi i . 1 would not he r tninno and neither i loins." He il. . Urn en w as e pet could be so oi I wo. If no low ig, be said, will go anyhow. liiestions rcgntding Hie I'.reincn, sister hi. in, I, an iv mg in plain Mins, h of principal pathologists and lie 'ogists from all over the coiiiilty were .self, led today to I 1 1 1 1 Hie tllstic-e 111 all its ramifications. j The number of deaths and cases readied a new Inch ni.nl, with Hie I : twenty four hours ending al Hi o clock itoday New lasts totaled I ,' and tlie 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 i t I of ih;, I lis was forty t luce. Mle.lllh I '"III Ull sinltel Haven I'TlllTsoll laniioiui' i d 1 1 ii 1 1. tu that the th.ilh r.ilc j the pi t man epitietiuc w as now I'll pel 'cent of Ihe i.'lses reported, while 111 Hill',', II W IS olllv ;, pet' I cut I Ml Simon l lcvntl ol Ihe Korkcl'ol I reasona hie attempt to put it exisietn ,. as a iiaiioii.il p o n di liver its volo In the it p parly " In Insiit made Hi: for Medical liesearcll w; sl HII iti It'Illa 11. I'lliiM l.lsl s: Ot ISIKi; (if M A MHiK ! COURT MARTIAL F ' It. MURNINa J.JUI.NAL toP t. t. I I Collllllhlls. N. .VI . t,i; .Chil ke, a recruit of I he s. , It bust-Its int illtl v, w., . l.i 'stockade tonight I. i c i sen ,1 1 n g t ti a h oitte 1 a w , ,o !R Mi III I Ihat II Ihe lie I 1 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1- t .odd i lo ir tin r in . Hal Tim ( il In sa when the I Ir.lll led I Albany. N. ' ta Iv sis el, i im. (mtscle ol Ih 'day. the Ian: Hliy day sun s. olilvr I II ' Il " II I s i tilling at .additional case- I lie SI ill' dep. I II add it ions made a th ,l,s aid .'.I., c: :t Il V I .1 Ni llll inlllc pa I the :l W V.uk In .1 number of deaths in Hie inception ol till ing Hie I w i in v loll I it :'. p. Ill . t 11 II I v til. Ill i' wele report,, I le oft I, . Tic M iss dep. II lain!' of Ih. A:: which li - el Ilia. .11 lit I. V Il.l lit s, ' - old. -in. pill 11 1.. t, 111 .1 health TI.. I, ,1 Will ry it cnlil. Heiiver. Vic. :i Isllswoitd Koll. ami partv, who were toicctl to ''':""l ' .iHen.pt to traverse' , . .... P, A IMAM C I, I It is, ,11 1 M 1 ' 1 I'll'' i I I t t I I I II III' to keep this limliey in Hie and thus establish a resent sul said i on ii I r li t h 1 Iln- Klai j l ive r re, j !.-mpl in : a pi iv a p : da,, II k . anv on nlH, will a lew We il h gt .tin Is undetsl of I f make Is. : If ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 a mil hel icon .liitr ed here that t at - AHEAD IN ISSO Cost ,, Washington, re.'l, lung mv est l Ing business is ' Meal I'i'oIm'. yog. :t. Sn. h a far t Kill of the beef pai I proposed by pending IHIplllelll b, ,1 I , Ion 1 1 .till .'lltelllpl IS lll.ofe resoluiioim ui ihe house would $14;:. una, the leleral trade commis sion today iufoi'uie, I'ongiess. A sub commitlee will take this info const ! elation in making ret ommeudat ions on w hi tin r Ihe linpilry rlionhl tn to. ok-, cplM'lill .aniil::etl. Vmiid. u Hi ll. not, vii I oi :; The , . ore , I t lie winch flew along the I w i-. apparent! damaged. wele woikinc t,:o!l and col n lioiiv li-l I'he I g O.I I ds filed on her 11 11, 1 the Was lilt. to, le ll. pclir n Ms' tun! t .ship i nasi bt lie don. "'I' ill, I! II. I the ill. b Hl.-v ST I ouis. Mo . A llg ' tl.iv oil Tin s,.. -' it- I 1 I V i 1 leCfl I .tlllHI C '. , ol .' I Ol . I .'.'' 1 t III 1 lie i . pn l b i n l i. e : .' in 1 1 ion for . i.T "ci V v repi, I ii.' in v ei, s ; ,itf v .-. tab. ,l:.i. I li, t II !! f s Hill e I 1 t tt I : le.ni ,t b id l.l I .1 1, ll.l.l.t ,l union ! f ",ovrt" ! :'!', ix . 'trdner of ft i . i i ti for the dt-m-'i'-fe foveruoi , , MfVIlM Ofllidlil IH. nsl.mtiMMi, Auk 3. ( If ft. 'tat rufnr -' mi. nor, res. he 4 the state a.-t -!. insfttt' ' to.iM ttiNt Juan Anistiior, t'nc ';?' .tu' ! iifobT seerstary I .:!- ! ' :;:., v bo bkK been ill. f, ...... ' tin mn. Tra " """" 'r"