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VOL VI. NO. 173
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR
. DENOUNCES FERRERS EXECUTION
Adopt Resolutions in Convention
and Refer to Murder of Ferrer
as Death of a Martyr.
Men and Women in New York Condemn Al
phonso Whom They Hold Responsible
for the Death-Brussells up in Arms.
(Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19. Resolu
tions denouncing the murder of
Prof. Ferrer by the Spanish govern
ment, referring to him as a mov
' tyr, were adopted at today's sessiou
of the American Federation of La
bor by the executive council of that
body. The resolution says: "We
take this ocasion to deplore the
military murder of a man who.w
real offense was speaking, writing
and otherwise teaching humanity
to become more liberty loving, more
wise and more free, and to remind
the people that their country and
liberty were only secure when trial
by jury in an open court for any
offense involving severe punishment,
is guaranteed." It also declares
that "The cause of free speech, free
press and free education has found
in Prof. Ferrer another martyr,
which is all the more regrettable In
an age when civilization boasts cf
having replaced the tortures and
brutality of the middle ages by free
dom and enlightonment." Ferrar
is declared to take rank with all
those who have done the greatest
service for humanity, declaring thatiof Prof. Ferrer. There were cries
although Ferrar suffered an ultim
ate penalty of a shameful death, the
belief is expressed that his sacrifice
shall not be in vain.
DISCIPLES OF
CHRIST FEAST ON
BASEBALL FIELD
(By Associated Press)
PITTSBURG, Oct. 19. The larg
est religious gathering ever held in
this city and perhaps in the countr,
occurred at Forbes field here today,
when about 25,000 persons assem
bled at the sacrament of the Lord'a
Supper, the event being the princi
pal feature of today's session of the
convention of the Disciples of Christ
of the Christian church.
About 100 elders and 1000 dea
cons of the church officiated in pass
ing the bread and wine, while a
choir of 500 voices led the music.
DESIGNING MEN
CAUSE TAFT TO
MAKE MISTAKE
(By Associated Press.)
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. That loss of
trade is Imminent, involving bus
iness interchanges with Canada ag
gregating 285,000,000 yearly, be
cause of the apparent failure of
Taft to read correctly the Mann
committee recommendations for a
print paper rate, is the substance of
a letter to Taft by Herman Rldder,
president of the Newspaper Pub
lishers' association. Ridder says
that Taft was misled by designing
men into a serious mistake, and
that many paper mills must close
or move to Canada, because the
province of Quebec has decided to
prohibit the exportation of pulp on
account of the excessive tariff.
SiK.CIIKTA ISY U I.MXG EI.
IS IN ARIZONA
(Bv Associated Press.1
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Oft. -rotary
naUliiger visited th
River valley orange belt !'
So..-
SO
u
. to the Roosevelt dam tomo
row. and on Thursday meet !ost.
manter General Hitchcock at Par-
Tonopah 'Daily Bonanza
, Similar resolutions have been
adopted all over the civilized world,
deploring the legal murder of a
learned, intelligent man, because he
was considered a menace to the tot
tering throne of King Alfonso of
Spain.
NEW YORK, Oct. 19. Five
thousand men and women met to
night in Carnegie hall and con
demned King Alfonso, whom they
held responsible for , the death of
Prof. Ferrer. "The echo of that
shot will shake down every throne
in Christendom," declared Charles
Edward Russell, the magazine writ
er, and chairman of the meeting.
.Resolutions were adopted which
expressed "Humiliation at our gov
ernment's maintenance of diplo-
matic relations with the Russian
and Spanish governments, which
alike1 have proved themselves to be
outside the pale of civilization."
BRUSSELLS, Oct. 19. The soc
ialists made a violent attack upoi
the Spanish chamber of deputies t'
day with reference to the execution
of "Down with Spain!" Deputv
Vanderveld, the socialist leader
shouted: "The Spanish, ministry
and government are assassins!"
HOUSES TAKING PLACE
OF DOGS IN ALASKA
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19. Horses
are superseding dogs in the trans
portation of mails in Alaska.
load of mail weighing not less than
3000 pounds is often drawn over
the frozen roads of Alaska by one
Jiorse attached to a sled. In
short time, It was said today, the
postofnce department expects to
make announcement of the awards
of contracts for the transportation
of mails in Alaska for the four-year
period from July 1, 1910, to July
30, 1914.
TYPICAL TAMMANY
IS TENDERED JUDGE OAYNOR
At a Ratification Meeting in the Wigwam, he
Asks to be Shown the Famous Tammany
Tiger.
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 19. "And so
this is Tammany hall. It is the
first time I've ever been here, but
if this Y Tammany hall, where is
the tiger?" were the first words ut
tered tonight by Justice Gaynpr, tha
democratic nominee for mayor of
Greater New York, as he gazed over
the great audience in the old struc
ture known as the Wigwam.
It was a typical Tammany ova
tion, and a typical Tammany ratifi
cation. Not until tonight had the
democratic ticket been officially con
firmed by the followers of the tiger.
Gaynor made many thrusts at
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JURY IN THE
1
CASE AGREE
(Dv Associated Frsas.)
NEW YORK. Oct. 19, The jury
In the liatoul divorce rase agreed
on a verdict tonight, but the dcH
Itm will not be known until morn-
ln, when th semou verdict will
TONOPAH, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20,
WOMAN HAS
HER THROAT CUT
WHILE ASLEEP
(By Associated Press.)
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 19. While
Mrs. George Stahle, wife of a brew
ery employe, was asleep in her
home last night, she was attacked
by a man who cut her throat with
a razor. There is no clue to the
criminal's Identity other than the
blood-covered razor which he left
behind. The woman's husband was
at work in the brewery at the time
of the attack.
Mrs. Stahle almost bled to death
and her life was saved by the driv
er of the patrol wagon, Officer Gil
pin, who closed the wound in her
throat with his fingers until the
ambulance reached the hospital.
She is expected to recover.
Elsie Stahl, a 17-yea"r-old daugli
ter, said she and her mother had
retired and she was awakened a
short time afterwards by smoth
ered cries for help. The girl turned
on the light, saw the blood pouring
over her mother's night dress and
ran for help. 'Mrs. Stahle's wind
pipe had been severed and several
large arteries .were cut.' The In
juries had been inflicted with a ra
zor, criss-cross fashion. , One cut
extended across the throat and th
other lengthwise.
FALLS FIVE
HUNDRED FEET
TO HIS DEATH
(By Associated Pressl
PIOCHE, Nev., Oct. 19. William
McLeod, a miner, was killed in the
Golden Prince mine last night, fail
ing nearly 500 feet to the bottom
of the shaft. Two other men were
in the bucket with McLeod, and
when they were within a short dis
tance of the top, the latter wus
stricken with heart failure and fell.
McLeod . worked in Utah and
Montana camps before coming here,
He was terribly crushed by the fall
and when picked up his head was
practically severed from his body.
The body was buried here today.
OVATION
Hearst, and criticised Bannard, the
rival candidates, and sought to re
fute the charge that he was strictly
a Tammany candidate. Overflow
meetings were held for the va3t
crowds which could not gain en
trance to the crowded Wigwam.
The police had difficulty in keeping
order.
Bannard refused to be drawn
Into a controversy with Hearst, who
last night bitterly attacked him.
Hearst rested tonight, making no
speeches. Gaynor is still the favor
ite In the betting, though money for
election betting is scarce.
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be opened.
The jury was out three hours.
Batonl made an indignant denial of
his wife's charges of infidelity. On
cross-examination he admitted that
he had had two former names, be-
Ing known as Kohn and Mureni
burg.
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. The world'!
Immense accumulation of wheat, ax
shown by Braudii cut's statement of
the visible supply, showing an In
crease of between seven and ten
million bushels, hat caused a steady
f n the market
SOCIALISTS
ill
AOE
ROOSEVELT HAD
NARROW ESCAPE
FROM ELEPHANT
(By Associated Press.)
NAIROBI, Oct. 19. Mr. Cress
well, a government engineer in ths
public works department, came into
Nairobi this afternoon and brought
word that Mr. Roosevelt had a very
r.rrrow escape when shooting a bull
elephant.
In shooting elephants it Is often
necessary to creep into the herd
ond shoot the selected bull at a
range of 20 to 30 yards. Mr
Roosevelt, accompanied by Mr. Cun
ningham, the big game hunter and
guide, followed this procedure ani
secured . his elephant at the second
shot.
Suddenly, before Mr. Eoosevelt
could reload, another bull elephant
charged him at close range. The
two hunters got behind trees an.l
Cunningham fired and turned the
bull from Roosevelt just in time.
Dr. William Lord Smith and two
companions have Left for KapotI
Plains after lions. They have been
out here about three months collect
ing near Kena. They have secured,
roughly, 900 specimens to data.
They sail for New York from Mom
basa at the end of the month.
TAFT SPENDS
DAV IN LOAFING
ABOUT RANCH
(By Associated Press.)
GREGORY, Texas, Oct. 19. To
day Taft began three days of "doing
as he pleased" at his millionaire
brother's gigantic ranch, by playing
golf on a muddy course and "just
loafing" through the afternoon and
evenipg. The idea of being able to
eat dinner without having to "speak
for it, like Fido," apealed to him
strongly. Tomorrow he takes a ten
mile trip to the Rincon ranch to
see a round-up, and cowpunching
His saddle had to be ' especially
made, as no ready niade saddle
was large enough for him.
SAN FRANCISCO IS
Streets Filled With
Makers and Scene Resembles Like Occas
ions of Days Before the Fire
(By Associated Press. i
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 19. San
Francisco is joy mad tonight, the
first night of the Portola festivul.
The streets are jammed with shift
ing and changing hordes of merry
makers, who are cheering and sing
ing, all glad of the abandon for
which the city was famous , beforo
the fire. The night was turned into
day in the business sections and all
car traffic Is at a standstill. The
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LIVES EIGHTEEN
HOURS IN. DOAT
TURNED TURTLE
CUISFIELD. M,. Oct. 19. When
the George M. Collier was wrecked
In Chesapeake bay last Friday and
turned turtle, James O'Donnell, one
of the crew, was caught In the
forepeak. He was rescued 18 hours
later, cak from hunger and ex
posure, his life having been Baved
by the compressed air whic h formed
In a chamber under the hull.
OTWinnell' escape Is regarded i
1909.
FEAR DE LARA WILL
i c Soliciting Aid to Prevent De
portation of Mexican Arrested
by Los Angeles Police.
Department of Commerce and Labor Author
ize Arrest and Prisoner Will be Tried Be
fore Immigration Inspector Monday
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 19. Ex
pressing the belief that Guotlerre.
De Lara will be made "the Ferrar
of Mexico" if deported, the Mex
ican socialists of this city will make
a determined effort in his behalf.
They are endeavoring to enlist the
aid of the labor unions and steps
have been taken to hold a mass
meeting during the latter part of
the week.
The prisoner remains in the coun
ty jail. Inspector Ridgway states
that the representations made .-.t
Washington were made on informa
tion furnished by the local polic?.
The hearing begins Monday be
fore itidgway. De Lara is without
funds and the socialist organizations
opened a subscription today. Ac
cording to Ridgway, the prisoner
will not be deported if he estab-
SKXATOlt M'CARREX IX .
PRKCA RIOUS COX DITIOX
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 19. State Sen
ator McCarren is agaiil in an ex
tremely precarious condition to
night. He has been reported as dy
ing -at various times since the oper
ation for appendicitis last Wednes
day, but rallied well until the re
lapse today.
COOK TO SUBMIT DATA
WITHIX SIX WEEKS
(By Associated Press.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 19. Dr.
Cook, upon his arrival here today,
declared that it would take at least
six weeks to prepare his data of
the North Pole expedition for the
Copenhagen university.
GOVERNMENT RECOGNIZES
NICARAGUA'S ACTION
WASHINGTON, -Oct. 19. The
government today officially recog
nized the action of Nicaragua in
closing the Atlantic ports.
JOY MAD
AT OPENING OF THE PORTOLA
Vast Crowds of Merry
greatest carnival crowd in the his
tory of the city is parading the
streets. Tons of confetti litter the
pavements. Warships of six great
world powers ride at anchor in thj
bay, displaying colored fires.
The festival commemorates the
discovery of the bay but was most
ly planned to let the country know
that San Francisco has been rebuilt,
and to let the world know that the
Phoenix-llke transformation is now
completed.
m m .m m m m m m m m m m m m I m m m a a
one of the most remarkable in the
history of bay shipping. He was
given up for lost by the crew, which
clung to the sides of the boat for
hours, only a few feet from their
imprisoned companion.
About noon on Saturday whet
O'Donnell had been a prisoner fully
IS hours, the craft was towed in-
the ship yard and turned over. The
prisoner, now barely conscious, at
once rolled out. He was bundled
Into blankets and a few hot drinks
elven him and before night he was
able to tell of his experience.
If you have any old volumes you
wish rebound call at the Bonanza
bindery.
""rtf in t Psllv Tinnanra
THE METAL MARKET
Silver 51.
Lead 4 32 -40.
Copper, 1225-50.
PRICE 10 CENTS.
lishes the fact that he has a throe
years' residence in this, country and
will show that he is not an miar
chist. WASHINGTON, Oct. 19. The ar
rest of De Lara at Los Angeles v;is
authorized by the department of
commerce and labor by request of
Immigration Inspector Ridgway of
Los Angeles. The request In yes
terday's telegram stated that D)
Lara was an anarchist and a person
who had entered the country with
out inspection, and was immediately
granted by Acting Secretary Mc
Harg. The telegram furnished the
only information filed with the de
partment. ' He will be given a hear
ing by the Los Angeles authorities,
who will transmit the evidence to
the department.
FIRST WOMAN
IN CALIFORNIA
(Associated Press)
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 19.:.',
Johanna England had the unique
distinction of being drawn on a
jury in the superior court today,
and Is the first woman juror of ioc
ord in California. She did not
serve as the case was compromised,
and she was later transferred to
Judge Davis' court where a jury
,was being secured to try Banker
Carlson for embezzlement, but tin
panel was completed before her
name was reached. She is stl'l
liable to be called, however.
EFFORT MADE
TO OUST MAYOR
OF TUCSON
(By Associated Press.)
TUCSON. Oct. 19. Charges of
disorderly conduct while conducting
a raid upon his place, were mads
by a Chinaman against Mayor Ban
Heney, a brother of Francis J. He-i
ney, at a special meeting of tho
council tonight. It Is alleged that
an effort Is being made to oust thj
mayor.
LATE DETAILS
OF MASSACRE OF
SHIPS CREW
(By Associated Press.)
VICTORIA, B. C. Oct. 19. Fur
ther details of the massacres at N-v
Britain in September were brought
by the steamer Marma today, to tha
effect that Captain Lindsay of the
trading vessel Rabaul. and ten of
his crew were murdered and br,nu".l
In the flames that destroyed the
svl. A German punitive expeii'., i,n
is now being prepared.
t-'K'KKRT IS GAINING
AS RECOUNT UROGHESSES
(By Associated Press.)
SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. 19.-The
recount of the democratic prlu:ir.
vote shows a gain of five for KM,
ert today. Honey's majority Is now
roil need to 4.
MEXICO
Vor.

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