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a 8 a in WANTADS TRIBUNE TtlcpfMM 3 1 BRING RESULTS THIRTIETH YEAR I one which Johnstone carried when he official. Drexel left the aviation field at Point Breeze in the extreme southern In DREXEL SET NEW MILLIONS COULD ALTITUDE RECORD BE SAVEDWITH FOR AEROPUNESj USE OFECQNOMY USED SAME SEALED BAROGRAPH EXPERT WITNESSES DISCUSS A RALPH JOHNSTONE HAD USED. climbo hee u- *v,„ i„ .,,.„ MANY FARMERS MOVING TO CITY SALOON KEEPER SHOOTS TO ill By Associated Press. New Castle. Colo.. Nov. 23—Wil liam Griffith, a saloonkeeper, angered over his conviction on charges of as sault ran amuck here tonight killing one man and wounding two others. He then barricaded himself in his room in a downtown block and stoood off the citizens. When a posse from Glenwood Springs headed by two wo men, finally broke into the room, Grif fith was found dead lying face down ward on the floor. The woodwork of the room was riddled with bullets, one of which is thought to have killed him. SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT OF RAILWAYS. ASCENDED 9,970 FEET $300,000,000 IN SAVING WAS DISAPPOINTED W E N HE INTERESTING TESTIMONY IS FOUND A HE HAD NOT HEARD BY INTERSTATE COM- Been Credited with Greater Height.1 GONE 10,000. MERCE COMMISSION. Well-known Club Man Traveled at Stated that Plan of Scientific Methods Least Thirty Miles While Making Record, and if Ink had Not Run Out: in Barograph Would Have Probably By Associated Press, By Associated Press. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 23.—J. Arm-1 Washington, Nov. 23.—A saving of strong Drexel broke all aeroplane al-' $300,000,000 annually in railroad op titude records here today when he ,. climbed above this city until his of Management has been Found a Success where it has been Given a Practical Test—Economies Should be Practiced Before Rate Advances. a S a in Bleriot monoplane was unable to °e accomplished by the adoption of make further progress in the rarl- scientific methods of management, ac fled atm6sphere. The ink in the ding to Harrington Emerson, me- to,,show machine to the grounJ withou injury. „,L HH^ *». railroads use of recent wage increas es as an excuse for rate increases Th aviator a° oncve notified the! of 8 0 4 & StlVc ZlrtJfnr o£ the American public." hame-White a. once depa:rted tor Ore- land in an automobile and brought the .. .. aviator and the biograph. still under S conical expert of New York City, 9,970 feet, which wasl accepted as a _,. *-„41#1 ,.„*„. .u T„»„„„.„^' new world's record tonight by Clif- *fpVfle„^i the Interstate ford B. Harmon, chairman of iv' A„„„ i„.,.i A„.. „I.,K„ This estimate, which is identical Nationali Associate Aer cubs of America. The instrument is the same .,,,„!„•, DK „.i„ I I „IKI~ 0 *n 6 made the former record of .4,714 Jeot at Belmont Park October 31. Ii was brought to this city tndav under seal by James Kins Duffy, secretary, in .. „. .„ order that the record made would be at.? "i™"c„e.s traveled a commission leas thirtyhis iniels th northwardt/ Attorney Brandels fountil an Atlantic «.„rtPH -tn Ano^A nfterr "aboard shipper, in summing up the for when he started to descend afte trying for fifteen minutes to force the machine higher, he glided down for a distance which he estimated to night at about six miles. So swiftly did the monoplane descend, that the aviator was nauseated. However, he reached the open fild and brought his ,.,i*i,~.,(t. lu^L^J™*™* with econom? the administration of the federal governmenfcyon business principles, was made in the course of the hearing on the proposed freight a classlfica tio territory Today's sessions of the commission consisted mostly of the discussion of .. .T„ I scientific managemeni by expert wit S it J!L nnorth S neBBes. This line of testimony was at Oreland about twenty miles afternoon, whei of the spot where he had started, at ,. ..', 4:4Gt. mon was hen the djuonred, until Friday. adjuonre,d Fn, scientific management testimony of his witness, reiterated his request that the commission conduct an inde pendent investigation if it believes that the railroads have not intro duced such scientific methods, and he believed he had produced evidence they had not. He said the to the "increase of the bur- wa,s, seal, to this city. Drexe announced 'Whether they have put into operation t,\ .u-,, »,« /-. „^i„o. t-h*. m« economics which he did not believe tonight_that he is, going ton, fly the of a a to a a chine back to the aviation field to- ,e morrow morning. He was greatly S disappointed^ found the managing editor or an engineering magazine, told of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail- biograph had failed to record an even (en thousand feet. I road effecting a net saving of $5,300, 000 in five years in its repair and ma chine shops, through functional organ ization, analytical study, standardiza tion of instructions, etc. OCEAN LINERS By Associated Press. Washington, NOV 23.—The drift Of By Associated Press. population of agricultural districts to New York, Nov. 23.—The steamer cities in the older states of the union a of W was clearly indicated in. the census returns of the states of New York and Southampton was in collision with a Ohio, made public today by the cen-1 smaller vessel while on her way up sus bureau. In New York fifteen of the bay this morning. The collision sixty-one counties showed a decrease: occurred off Robbin's Reef. It was in population while the others made not believed the Oceanic was seri only meager increases. Only the coun-1 ously damaged. She stood by to ren ties containing larger cities nfade any considerable gains in population. The movement wit more marked in Ohio than in New York for in the Buckeye state thirty-nine of eighty-eight coun ties showed decreases while in twen ty-one other counties the increase was less than 2,000 inhabitants. der any necessary assistance to other vessel. NEW YORK CITV OVER HALF OF PEOPLE OF EM- PIRE LIVE IN TH E METROP- OLIS. Conceded That New York State Will Have Increased Representation in Lower Branch of Congress. Popu lation of State Increases Over Twenty-five Per Cent. the ELECTORS MUST BE ABLE TO READ By Associated Press. Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 23.—After a long debate the constitutional conven tion last night adopted the education al qualification in the election law provision by a vote of z3 to 21. Only the democratic members of the con vention participated in the debate. This measure requires that all elec tors must be able to read the constitu tion in English. FIRE DESTROYS DEPOT Columbus, O., Nov. 23.—The Toledo and Ohio Central railroad passenger depot on West Broad street was to tally. destro7/ed by fire early this morn ing and the loss will exceed $50,000. BUTLER TURNE DOWN Chicago, Nov. 23.^Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, superintendent of the Chicago schools and president of the National Educational association, refuses to recognize President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia university as chair BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPION Kansas City. Mo., Nov. 23.—Monte Attel of California won the bantam weight championship on a decision af ter ten rounds with Jimmie Walsh of!man of the board of directors of the Boston here tonight. 'association. by Associated Press. Washington. D. C, Nov. 23.—New York City, for the first time has be come greater in point, of population than all the remainder of the state of New York outside of the greater city limits. While this is rhe most striking feature of the New York state census, a figure almost as remarkable is the rate of growth of the Empire state. Since 1S70 it lias doubled in popu lation and the rate of increase dur- I ing the past ten years. 25 4 per cent, is the greatest since the Cf.ca.6e be tween 1840 and 1850, when the per centage of increase was 27.5. This in crease is largely attributed to the growth of cities. With this increase in population will come a larger rep resentation in the lower branch of congress, where New York now has 37 members. The exact number of new representatives will be ten if the present ratio of apportionments is re tained by congress. Should the ratio be increased, this number will be cut down, but it is conceded that the state will have an increased representation in congress. Of the 9,113,279 people in N York stat\ ps shown bv otday's statistics. 4.7R6.883 are in New York are in New York city and 4.34fi.396 in the state outside the city, making the city 420.487 people greater in popu lation. MASONS MEET AT Rite bodies recently established in this city. There were a large number of arrivals today and it i3 xpected the third ceremonial session of Kem tem- TI HURST SERIOUSLY ILL. New York, Nov. 23.—Tim Hurst, the well known umpire, is seriously ill here with blood poisoning which de veloped from a sharp blow by a foul tip which struck him on the ankle sev eral weeks ago. The physicians ex pect Hurst to recover. pusnmrck pailt) ^riluinc. BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMHKR 21, li»10. Our Pilgrim Fathers Never Dreamed of Fate in 3tore For the Toothsome Bird, The Turkey By Associated Press. ,^.tMMMH« W tV#S»^^^»^#S#S»^^#y»^»^ ^^^^^*NT^Si^^#N#Sy^^^#S»^#-##^^^^^^^^^^S»^S»S»^St^#^^^S»^S#S»^^#N»^^^^ TAFT RETURNS 10 WASHINGTON Washington, D. ('., Nov. 23.—Presi dent 'I aft returned to Washington to night ami announced that he would make no engage 'lents during the next ''Jvo :!.'! tw ii/| •In that time he hopes to have his message to congress completed. The message will be ready either the night of the 281 or early on th 29th In his rgular message the president will deal with his visit to Panama, making recommendations on a number of subjects with a view to early legis lation. 'most impovlant feattires of which were an informal address on the Pan ama Canal at a luncheon given in his honor and an address before tho Virginia Education Conference. There was an amusing incident connected I with the president's departure from the old Confederate capital. P»y mis take he was driven to the suburban station at Elba and not finding his special train ther had to "come back" to the Main street depot. NEW PRESIDENT FOR WESTERN Special to The Tribune. Grand Forks, N. D., Nov. 23.—The four days of Masonic work in Grand Forks was begun yesterday with the opening of Carmel Lodge of Perfec tion No. 2 in the morning. Last even ing there was work put on by Mather Chapter No. 3 Rose Croix. There were a number of prominent Masons arrived in the city to be present at this, the flrst reunion of the Scottish hereafter enjoy a much needed rest Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 23#—At a special meeting of the board' of di rectors of the Western Union Tele graph company held today, the resig nation of Colonel Clowry as president jof the company was tendered and ac cepted and Mr. Theodore N. Vail was 'elected president in his stead. New comb Carlton was elected as vice pres ident of the company. Mr. Clowry is sued the following statement last ev ening to the officers and employes of the company: "After a continuous service of more than fifty years in the telegraph busi ness, I have today retired from the presidency of the Western Union Tele graph company in order that I may The greatest regret in so doing is (obusiness 0 ple on Friday will be a big event, been a pleaure and an honor to serve These will make lodges in Fargo. point a legislative committee to take The following is the time fixed for the. and whose devotion to the interests Grand Forks. VaSey City, Jamestowh. such action along legislative lines as work of the several bodies tomorrow: this great company has been un-! Rismarck. Dickinson. Williston. Jared Consistory, No. 2, Work Thurs-' surpassed. I am sure that your loyalty and Devils Lake—nine for the state. day, November 24, commencing at, to my worthy successor, Mr. Theodore' It Is necessary for a town to have at 9:30 a. m., Clarence A. Hale, master of Kadosh. N. Vail, will be as thorough and com- least 5.000 population in order to se plete as it has been with me. I ten-'cure a lodge. Mandan and Wahpeton der you all my best wishes for your jw HI probpbly be the next towr to good health and happiness." apply, thoniigh not for some time. DEATH PENALTY HOISTING OF BLACK FLAG AN- NOUNCES DEATH TO WAIT- ING CROWD. Crippen Made No Statement or Con fession Whatsoever Before Being Hanged—Last Few Moments of his Life Were Spent With Father Carey His Spiritual Adviser. London. Nov. 23 pen was hanged at Coincident with the president's re morning in the yavd of th turn ilw'as learned that there is not ville prison, the slighest chance for an extra ses sion of congress following the com ing short session. The president, it is said, sees no necessity for calling con gre to sit alter March 4. Taft had an interesting day in Richmond, the Uy Associated Press. Dr. Hawlcy Criji 9: (i2 o'clock this Penton Tho announcement of the execution from the prison was accompanied b.V the official .statement that Dr Crip pen made no statement or confession whatsoever before being hanged. The hoisting of a grim oLidc flag, which was seen as it shot to its place through a lift in the fog, announced to the crowd in the .treets t'.iat Dr. Crippen was dead. Dr. Crippen was called at an early hour. He dressed himself carefully in his own clothes and announced him jsell' ready some time before the hour fixed upon for the execution. The last few minutes of the con demned's man's life were spent in the company of Father Carey, from whom he received the last rites of the Ro man Catholic church. As the priset concluded his task. Executioner Ellis, accompanied by his official assistants and the warders, entered the cell. They carefully pionioned Crippen's arms to his side and then the pro cession set out for the scaffold, which was but a few yards away. The priset walked at the side of the condemned man. solemnly chanting the burial service. Within a few minutes the sentence of the court had been carried out. TWO NEW LODGES FOR N. D. ELKS Fargo, Nov. 23.—North Dakota gets two new Elk lodges A disposition has just been granted to Devils Lake and one was recently'granted for Willis ton. The Williston lodge will be No. 1214 and Deputy Exalted Ruler Leech an nounces that he will install it Jan. 25. He received notice of the Devils I The-p v.- l: be some big "doings" BUBONIC PLAGUE EPIDEMIC when t'les- two lodges institute. Mi- erected by the state of Georgia, the St. Petersburg. Nov. 23.—The whole not will orobably beln most for Wil- I city of Savannah, the sons of the Rev of Manchuria is officiall declared toilfston, and both Grand Forks and olution and through private subscrip be infected with bubonic plague, but Forgo for Devils Lake, althoneh there .tion. not with cholera as was erroneously I will be Elks from all over the state The monument, which cost $40,000. reported recently. [present at both instillation. jstans in Chippewa Square. El Paso, Texas, Nov. 23—The belief that the government is rap idly gaining control of the situa tion in northern Mexico is fairly well confirmed here tonight. So far as can be learned the insurrec tionists are not in actual control of a single important town. Mes sages of assurance have been re ceived from Parral, Torreon Gomer Palacio and Chihuahua. Quiet is reported in each of these cities with the government forces and property owners in full con trol. Troops have recovered control of the Madera branch of the Mex ico Northwestern railroad which was attacker and captured by the insurrectionists Monday night. Nine rurales, three Mexican women and children were killed in an attack which was directed against the soldiers. Scores of tele grams were received here today from American residents in Mex ico all asserting that the danger was passing. Several hundred per sons have arrived here from in terior points. All said that they were in no actual Hsn^r but some said they frarrd for the future. The reported trouble at Casas GranHes Tuesday niqht did not de velop and all is reported q.:i. there tonight. Madero Made Escape. Laredo, Texas, Nov. 23.—Mexi can soldiers late today raided the San Knrique ranch oi Francisco I I. Madero, leader of the uprising in .Mexico, for the chance of cap turing Madero and to seize the I horses on the estate. They seized 250 horses, but Madero was not found. Reports have had it that Madero was headed for the San Enrique propertv in the state of Coahhilu. cussion developed over a number of that I shall miss the close and friendly I Lake, No. 1216. dispensation this president, and Carl Sorenson was re-1 and metal weights at the b\use, break relations with my associates mornintg so many years with whom it has for tha installation.t telected leagu was also authorized to ap Mfn-,(. San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 23.—Fran cisco I. Madero, who is leading the revolution in Mexico, completed his plans since his arrival in this city on October 7. He left here the night ed this unfounded, of November 18, and crossed the Hio Torreon Has Surrendered. Grande to his ranch in Mexico Sun-1 Eagle i'ass, Texas, Nov. 23.—Em day morning, November 2(1, where he ployes of the federal telegraph lines took command of 600 men. mounted in Ciudad Porforio Diia say Torreon and armed. Immediately upon his ar rival at San Antonio last month he was surrounded by revolutionary leaders, although he disclaimed any warlike intentions until he left the city. Madero Disguised as Peon. mmi^immmmmtt^fli TRIBUNE TclcphoM .3 or 32 BRING RESULT* a a FIVE CENTS CONTROL OF being known until after the revolu tion broke out. Arms Smuggled Into Mexico. Arms were smuggled into Mexico largely It.'. lording the river southwest I of this city in a remote ranch region. The .Madero estates of Coahuila ex tend many miles along the Mexican side of the river at the point where the crossing was made. During his operations here Madero talked freely I oi his opposition to the Diaz regime, but spoke of a peaceable revolution and denied any complicity with the I revolutionary Junta' that has existed there for two years. Madero ramily Wealthy. The Madero family is wealthy, lit I northern Mexico it owns thousands of [acres of good land, in Coahuila andi Nuevo Leon, and carries considerable bank accounts in New York and Paris,. The leading banks in the states nam ed are controlled by the Maderos and their ability to raise ready money is said to be great. The loyalty of the other members of the family has nev er been questioned, with the excep tio of the father and brothers of Francisco. The vast resources of this branch of the family are supposed to be available for the use of the leader in the present outbreak. Madero Had Many Visitors. During more than the forty days that Madero remained in this coun try he was in constant consultation at one oi the leading family hotels here with visitors from all sections of Mexico, who usually remained only a few days. His family is still at the hotel. .lust before Madero left to join the insurrectionists in Mexico, shipments of arms to a friend of his in this city were apprehended and the tact became known that he was ac tively leading the revolutionary party. Expect Attack Hourly. Kugle Pass, Texas, Nov. 23.—Ap parently unfounded rumors were 1 sent out of Eagle Pas.s this after noon that the revolutionary force was marching on Liudiid Porlirio Diaz and' that an attack was expected tonight. It was said several hundred Madero I ists had assembled in Eagle Pass and would attack from this side. Custom Collector K. W. Dowe and American Consul Luther Ellsworth both declar- has surrendered to the rebels and that Madero is now in Vest City. All arms and ammunition there have been coniiscuted by them, but the owners were tld to call at the rebel head quarters at Lerdo and they would be paid for the guns. An American con- He came from Mexico disguised as ductor reaching Eagle Pass today a peon, having forfeited bonds for his from Torreon says he counted twenty appearance on a charge of sedition one bodies of Mexican soldiers, police growing out of a speech delivered at 'and Rurales in Gomez Palacio on Mon San Luis Potosi May 29, prior to the day. election in which he was a candidate Mexican Troops Busy. for president against Diaz. Madero Mexico City, Nov. 23.—There is a was met here by Juan Sanchez Az cona, a former member of the Mexi can congress, who is also a brother in-law of Juan D. Casasus, former am bassador to the United States, and by Enrique Hordez Mangel, orator for the anti-Diaz party in Mexico. Az cona is a graduate of Harvard, and Madero of Ecole Centrale, Paris. Ma- general movement of troops to Par ral. Jiminez and Chihuahua. At Monterey measures have been taken: to prevent double, but the people ap par to be indifferent to the movement. Guadalajara is reported quiet. At Chihuahua an attack made by the rioters had been resisted up to noon. About that time troops arrived from dero showed himself rarely and was San Antreas and dispersed the diot a good advertiser, claiming to be ers. Efforts made by the revolution opening his campaign for the presi-! ists to enlist railroad men in their dency six years hence. He has close I cause at Nuevo Laredo have failed, friends here and through them he wa3 Word from Torreon says that the enabled to purchase larg quantities of stories of the sacking of a ranch in arms and ammunition, this fact not the San Antonio district were unrtue. FAROO MAN IS 'SUFFRAGETTES CONTINUE RIOTS Grand Forks, N. D., ^ov. 23.—The London, Nov. 23.—The rioting of the Scandinavian American Republican suffragettes yesterday which begai* with an assault on Premier Asquith, league met yesterday in annual ses- tinued throughout the night. Driv sion in the assembly hall of the com- •, en from one district, so many of the mercial club rooms. The session was women as escaped arrest would gath a lengthy one and an animated dis- fr and has no yet fixed the date secretary. The presidnt of ing the glass in all of the lower win* might be deemed best. OGLETHORPE IS HONORED Savannah, Ga., Nov. 23.—The mem ory of General James Edward Ogle thorpe, the founder of the colonly of Georgia, was fittingly honored here today by the unveiling of a statue a r. battle, dows. P°int and renew the A a COVer matters. 12:30 o'clock this morning, a militant For the ensuing year Judge A. G. Iband circumvented the police and Hanson of Fargo was elected presi- stormed the Asquith residence in dent, A. T. Kraabel of Clifford vice- Downing street. They hurled stones- of the fog at ATTORNEY IS SHOT. Ashley, N. D., Nov. 23.—While tracting cartridges from an automatic revolver Tuesday, Attorney Reming ton was accidentally shot through the hand. The wound fortunately is only a flesh one and no serious results are likely to follow. TRI STATE WEATHER. Washington, D. G. Nov. 23.—Minne sota—Generally fair Thursday and Fri day: moderate south wind. North and South Dakota—Oenerally fair Thursday and Friday..