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PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 14, 1914.
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NON-PARTISAN REACHING M
AND IN- VERY FACE OF
DENU NATION BY E. S.
CLARI- OF THAT POLITI
(Frorr Tuesday's Daily.)
George !. -Young, Progressive
candidate .r governor of Arizona,
made th irst political speech of
the canii :gn in Prescott at the
meeting J Id at the New State the
atre hull 'g last night, and was
followed . v J. Ralph Taschcr, can
didate Fji county attorney, J. L. B.
general, : I). Nelson, candidate for '?ck .on tua Pr,eta )v made .hJ
United S'Mcs senator, and Earl S- LVa'u,s wh. were repulsed last night
from Xaco. The assaults were suc
iR Tourniquet Is Twisted
') ; Un All Sources Uf News
By Associated Press
XACO, Oct. 12. The American
hattlc line has hcen extended along
the international line by the border
patrol to prevent the Mexican fac
tions again bringing their warfare
British People Are in the Dark as to Success of Their
Armies; Austrians Claim to Have Repulsed Slav
Forces at Przemyzl; RussianXruiser Torpedoed
IN ATTACK ON
LONDON, Oct. 12. The finger of tlic censor having twisted a tourniquet on all sources of
into American soil. This follows a 'news from Belgium, just now perhaps the most important scene of fighting in the great war, the
second appeal to the president by
LONDON7, Oct. 12. A Central
Xews dispatch from Amsterdam
says: "It is stated that the Germans
lost 45,000 men during the attack
on the fortresses Waelhem and
Wavre and St. Catherine at Antwerp.
News of the German movements
TWO PATHFINDERS HAVE
WHEN IN TREACHER
citizens of Xaco, Arizona. Sheriff
Wheeler asked Governor Hunt to
have the federal troops withdrawn.
The situation was turned over to
DOUGLAS. Oct. 12. A second at-
ford, can lidatc for clerk of the su
pcrior cc irt.
E. S. Clark introduced the speak
ers, and in the presentation of Mr.
Young -pcnt fifteen of the twenty
minutes he fulminated, handing out
a lot of billingsgate concerning the
JournaU.diner, which seems to be
the grcbt thorn in the side of this
person which prods him into a
frenzy .early every time he attempts
to mat c a speech cither in court
or at a public meeting, ills par
ticular grievance last night seemed
to be the non-partison ticket this
paper has printed at the head of its
editorial columns, and the burden
of his remarks were that the Journal-Miner
this campaign had de
cided to stand for a rA-partisan
ticket whereas hcrctofoiSbt had
been a straightsrcpublicarlSiifr. In
direct contrasrjlo the billingsgate
of Mr. Clark, however, Mr. Young
declared that believod a sMict parti
san iii this d.iy ati J agL of Vtlic.wocM
to be a menace to good govern
ment, declaring that had "no use for
him whatever." Whether this was
the reason for Clark calling the
candidate for governor down before
he had finished Jiis address, is not
known, but he notified Mr. Young
to quit before he was more than
half through with a set speech.
Clark said Roosevelt was the
"foremost man in civilization." He
declared that the paramount issue
in this campaign was prohibition,
and glorified his party that it stood
with the drys. Then, as if every
thing else had escaped his mind, he
launched a tirade of abuse against;
this paper. "Do you read the news
papers.' he asked. Replying in the
affirmative to his own question, he
continued in about the following
vein; "I do not mean the Journal-
(Continucd on Page Six)
PHOENIX, Oct. 12. That the
tremendous European struggle, ca
lamities upon land and sea, the
frequent strikes, bold robberies, and
at the same time the continued
predictions of peace and safety arc
ominous signs that csus Christ will
soon return to earth in the clouds
of (heaven, accompanied by great
hosts of angles, was the statement
of Elder J. E. Bond, president of
the Arizona Conference of the Sev
enth Day Advcntists on the camp
ground at Xorth Tenth and Pierce
streets here. The meeting will con
tinue to and including October IS.
Business sessions will be held, prob
ably till next Tuesday, when the
time will be given more fully to
evangelistic and health subjects.
British people are forced to content themselves with a chamrc in the situation favoring- either between AntwerP an" Ostend up to
cv t l1,A , . - r . - I
i nit ificacut i iiaHtiicmui, uuu
SKIC. I Tl.
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
'The Perils of Pauline," do not
compare with the thrills of "Navi
gating the Colorado River in a
Metz car," said Harry Locke and
Fred L. Wing, who arrived berc
yesterday en route from Los An
geles to Phoenix on a trial trip ov
er the race course.
t ...... :it r i
mg irom tne Austrian capital and it was toiiowcd later uy wnat purported to he a retrograd ad- CJi"ulc UI vwchu h. conccueu jiJs close calI wJicn hc arrjvcd ;n
io-dc worm inc possession ot many ,., ... , , . , . . ,,
a . .1. ri the cltX yesterday, and briefly told
Antwcrns to the Germans. ...n it is I . . . ' - . ... . '
object of drawing up a new line against the Austro-German army in other points of Galacia. taken for granted that they will not! , f s y . fi? ? m.
The British Belgian troons. who retired from Antwem before the Herman occunation. with, enter that port without fighting ev-;. u t.t t
the exception of those interned in Holland as a result of crossing the Dutch border, have been J
From the east came tidings of a decided reversal in form, the dispatches both from Vienna (maintaining their customary secrecy.
and Petrograd indicating that the Austrian army at Przemyzl. so. often reported surrounded, hope- RcPors from Belgian and Dutch
lessly outclassed and 'on the verge of surrender, had turned on the Russians with the aid of rein-J Hermans with heavy losses are
lorcements and lorced tucm to retreat, inc nrst news ot tins -claim emanated during tne mom- cd upon with askance.
swallowed as completely as if they had been buried under the ruined forts. For military rea
sons their positions and the area of hostilities in Belgium must remain obscure until a turn of i
events brings them sharply to the fore again, as when after Antwerp's fall the British public learned i
for the first time that British forces had been there.
BATTLEFROXT, (via Paris) Oct
12. The battlefield northwest of Lil
le was the point of greatest inter
est in today's continuation of the
great conflict which has already last
ed 29 days. The cavjtlrv of both
armies lias swept about the country
for days seeking to go through or
around the opposing lines, but every
where encountered forces of the en
Of Old Christopher
RUSSIAN CRUISER TORPEDOED.
PETROGRAD, Oct. 12. An official communication announces that on Sunday the Russian
armored cruiser Pallada was torpedoed in the Baltic sea by a German submarine and sank with
all her crew. It was also announced that n unsuccessful attempt was made by submarines to
sink the cruiser .-Admiral Makarov last Saturday. The crew and officers of the Pallada numbered
TOJff OF GHENT
FIGHTING ON LEFT BANK OF VISTULA.
PETROGRAD, Oct. 12. The following officiaf statement was issued tonight:
defiles in the CaJ)aihiallimlnTnanrHiavng emerged infbthc-pla
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
While there was no particular pro
ram carried out yesterday or until
laSt evening, Columbus day was
quite generally onserved in Prescott
by the closing of all public offices,
the banks, postofficc, county offices
and many business houses. And last
night the Knights of Columbus,
Yavapai Council, 1032, gave a dance
which was well attended and all that
could be desired by the most exact-'
ing. The committees which had
the function in charge were: Enter
tainment Fred H. Eckcrt, J. C. But
ler and Harry Shumate; Reception
Robert E. Morrison, Joseph H. Mor
gan, P. J. Kochane. E. J. F. Home, ! bureau
P. II. Stack and James Fitzgerald. I
There were twenty-two numbers on
the dance program.
Thirty-two states of the union
By Associated Press.
LONDON, Oct. 13. (Tuesday)
rhp Hpi(Tinn tnwn rt fill n f Ic
llth, fighting began on the left bank of thcVistula in the direction of Ivangorod, Warsaw. There occupied by the Germans, according
is no cnange au,cn-ner points on our irom, uciaciimeius oi Russian cavairy naving passed iiiruiign .niuiciuaiu uispditn iu ivcui-
Wr.ln;,,c rn ',nmrv ' . "s- inc unians nave arrived at
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wn-iiutit, a anuri uisiancc irom
Ghent, and the commander announc
DISCOVER IMPORTANT DOCUMENT. cd that six thousand soldiers must
BERLIN. Oct. 12. A wireless to German headquarters savs: "The German military ne mancred in tne village,
authorities, searching the archives of the Belgian general staff in Brussels discovered a portfolio
inscribed, 'English intervention in Belgium.' which contains important documents concerning LSfmjsf 10 OS J1
rrescon me oist
HEALTH FORCES HIM TO QUIT.
VIENNA, via Taris, Oct. 12. A Vienna dispatch announces the sudden removal of the
commander of the third armv. It is officially stated the commander retired voluntarily because of
reasons of health.
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
The Democratic county central
committee ha"s been promised a
speech by Senator Ashurst in Pres
cott Saturday rrpnintr Ortnf 11
UCK.lVliNO UKrtlrUb 1U KE-U ORUaa. land ha a re.nK- rnmmcnml trv nlr.n
BERLIN, Sayvillc wireless, Oct. 12. An American Red Cross unit, which is to serve among for it, rlie desire being, among the
the German-Austrian wounded, arrived today. The coming of the Americans is gratefully acknow- leadcrs o thc P"l Jn Yavapai
....... v m- . .. ,.. t r., ,' coun,y. to make this the real, big
icdged i) ine goveriimciii. i wu giuuj i;u iu v leiuiii ami iwu uiiici.n iu 11101,111, wncucc nicy event of their campaign so far as
proceed to the field hospitals. this section of the state is concern
KING FERDINAND CROWNED.
County Attorney O'Sullivan. F. L.
Haworth. Mrs. F. W. Munds. A. W.i
LONDON, Oct. 12. King Ferdinand of Roumania in the presence of members of the roval Davis and P. J. Farley, and the oth-
lily, the diplomatic corps and other notables took the oath of office yesterday in succession snjacmct!c, cndidjlte:5 returned!
his uncle, King Charles, according to a Bucharest dispatch via Amsterdam to the Central News 0 "jay" night" at Jeromc'"
King Charles died yesterday. one at Scligman Saturday night,,
ioth of which were well attended.
At.- -iC..1i:,. AT ir l- t
NEGOTIATE FOR RETURN OF FUGUTIVES. 5. Farlev we ' ihe ZAl
LONDON, Oct. 12. The Dutch government is negotiating with the German military auth- ers, each candidate participating to
when the barge broke loose from
the motor boat and the treachery
; of the whirlpool almost made him
1 believe the "jig was up." Locke
J gives a vivid recital of thc strenu
J ous hours of being jarred to pieces
as thc frail little barge was richo
chcttcd first to the California and
' then to thc Arizona side, of the
stream. "It was a sort of a tango
dance with all hands circle to make
the play good." he said. The under-
' tow was frightful, and to make the
situation more dangerous the nose
I 'of thc rescue motor craft was
smashed to pulp.
It couldn't connect with the barge
, and finally it seemed as if Provi
dence must step in if thc car was
to be saved. A sand bar hove in
sight on the Arizona side when the
rescue was made. With its own
power thc Metz got a foothold on
thc bank and scrambled up to thc
roadway. - Jthc trip "jvas then made
to Kingman, and j"romthat city to
Prescott notfiing- evenfful took
place. An old Colorado river sea
dog when informed of the occur
rence, said: "You fellars had a
skecry time, and I wouldn't have
been in your boat for all the autos
ever built, and the purse of the race
that is being hung up, thrown in."
Both autoists state that thc
Needles bridge will be planked and
opened for auto traffic next Monday,
when thc danger of ferrying across
thc river will cease.
Their Metz car seems to be equal
to thc task of negotiating difficult
highways. It dropped into thc Grand
Canyon via Peach Springs five
weeks ago, and came up on its own
power, on a grade that few cars
could undertake, said Wing. It's
like thc old Eli race horse, "it gets
there," he says.
democratic candidates until next Sat
urday night when they are to hold
a rally in Prescott, at which it is
expected many of their state candi
dates will be present and address the
SPRINGFIELD. Oct. 12. Secre
tary of State Harry Woods killed
himself here early yesterday. Thc
body was found with a bullet wound
in the center of thc forehead this
morning in a garage at the rear of
his residence. He left no note of
explanation. Thc only clue is a
bundle of papers showing extensive
dealings in grain through a Chicago
observe Columbus day as a 'legal oritics for the specdv return of fugitives to Antwerp, according to Renter's Amsterdam corres- a greater or less extent. These two
holiday. This is the first year it . meetings end the activity of the
has been a legal holiday in Arizona, l,ullUL,u
thc first state legislature making it
such, thc movement having been in
spired by thc Knights of Columbus,
which is a strong order in this state. :
Columbus landed in the West Indies
122 years ago yesterday. j
REVENOE bill is
TUPli I IMP, DAMP m RY THF RfKTflN
1 B ifiiiLLBB iu unanL huh u i iil. ljuu i uii
BRAVES IN TWELFTH INNING RALLY jF
4..4..4. .J tory for the present series.
J. three hours and six minutes thc two
J At Boston R. H E. , teams alternately led, tied, or forged
Fhiladelprua a Ya,cad in the score of a game that
a c n 1
Batteries Bush and Schang; ? ! ' UlC bright SU"Hg,ht
Tyler, James and Gowdy. J- was won in thc deep twilight with
Twelve innings. 4 ; electric signs flashing outside thc
"Hpark and the evening stars glimmcr-
BOSTON. Oct. 12. Official 4': ..,i,,.i wi.:i .t, wt
' tJ 1IV.UU, IIJIV t.VSk lllb UJl
By Associated Prers
WASlilXCiTON. Oct. 12. A ccn-i.i on. J.
cral Republican assault on thc Dem- U receipts, $63,808; national com- P Bamc.off thc .se"c.s from. th.
.... . , . ,. 1 ; . u econon. . standpoint of technical baseball, it
ocrafc administration and its poll- j- mission s share i 80.80; play-f so aionndcd in dramat;c momcntS(
..- .:..i.i 4i. 4 ers' share S34.456.32; eacn-i., .. ,
revenue bill, was made in the scn-H cIub's share. $".485.44.
ate today while the Democratic lead-
ers were ciiucavoring 10 muooiii incj
way for an early adjournment 01
s r I- ! v r ! I-
t I thrilling plays and baseball strategy
i t . . . 1. r. . 1. .1 .
tors who filled tiic stands were lift
ed. Bush threw Moran's bunt wild.
The Game by Innings.
Philadelphia Murphy doubled to
the left field. Oldring sacrificed
Tyler to Schmidt, Murphy taking
third. Murphy scored when Con
nolly dropped Collin's intended sac
rifice fly. Baker fanned. Collins
stole second. Mclnnis walked. Col
lins out, Tyler to Evans. One run.
Boston Moran popped to Collins.
nnr"irT ' " . r t r .1. icmi Iwr tltn clrticrrtlt
I ukjs uci. is. in one oi me "j "ub'
ardest fought games ever played . ' . . , .
, ,f . , and Boston tied m the second. In
in a worlds scries, thc Boston f , dd , anothcr run.
12. The, Braves defeated thc Philadelphia The game continued without ad-
Alaskan coal land leasing bill was ' Athletics at Fenway park today. ' vantage for cither side until the1 Mclnnis. One run
re-committed to conference by thc i Twelve innings of thrilling base- tenth inninsr when each team scor-' Third Inning.
brokerage house. The vacancy in (senate and it was agreed that it be ball were necessary before the na- cd two. In thc last of thc twelfth. Philadelphia Bush fouled
the secretar3-ship will be filled by i urgea lor adoption Dy oom nouses uonai league representatives coum uowdy doubled, .Mann running tor
this week. I record tncir third consecutive vie- inm. Gilbert batting for James pass-j
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 12. An at
tack made on the night of October
10th on San Angel Xcchimilco and
other suhiirb.; nf Mexico CMv hi- nd-
Evcrs singled over short. Connolly herents of Zanata caused a reltrn
fouled to Baker. Evcrs stols second, of terror in the capital until today.
White fanned. No runs. The suspense was relieved when
becond Inning. it was officially announced that Zap
Philadelphia Walsh out. Tyler to ata's followers agreed tn pmsp nil
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led to tlic supcrliciglits ot cntuusi- acnnuui. uarry louied to bclimidt. fighting until thc termination of thc
oLiiaiig iil-w io livers, o runs. ncacc conference at Airuas Calicntes
Boston Schmidt fanned. Deal flew the troubles in the suhnrhs liavinir
to Baker. Maranvillc walked and been satisfactorily adjusted.
stole second. Gowdy doubled, scor- 0
ing Maranvillc. Tyler out, Barry to RIVERS WINS
(Continued on Page 6)
MEMPHIS, Oct. 12. Joe Rivers
of Los Angeles was given thc de
cision over Frankie Russell of New
Orleans in an eight-round battle tonight.
PARIS, Oct. 12. German aero-
1 planes at 10:15 this morning dropped
bombs between two railroad trains
pulling out of the northern railroad
, station. The missiles did not explode.
The trains were crowded with pas
sengers. Yesterday German aviators
: dropped bombs, killing three and
'wounding fourteen. Gen Hirschaucr
has been appointed to take charge
i of the aerial defense of the city.
Cholera is spreading rapidly to
thc remotest district of Austria.
Austrian troops in Galacia are being
vaccinated against the disease. The
cold weather caught the soldiers un
prepared and the authorities arc
making urgent appeals to the public
to contribute warm clothing.
Sunday night at about 11 o'clock
a small lire was discovered in tne
coal shed in the rear of the Elks
theatre, which was easily extinguish
ed without damage.
LAID TO REST.
Thc funeral of Morris Crump, the
Walker mining man, took place Sun
day afternoon from Ruffncr's chapel,
and was largely attended, as well
were the floral offerings numerous.
Rev. Jenkins officiated and thc pall
bearers were A. J. Doran, Ed. Wicks,
J. P Score, Joe Stein, Gus Dahlin.
and W. S. Coiner, all residents and
mining men of Lynx creek.