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VOLUME I. MOSCOW, LATAH COUNTY, IDAHO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1911 NUMBER 11 MEXICAN REVOLUTIONISTS GAINING CONTROL Mexican Government Asks Permission ' To Send Army Through U. S. Territory. MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Oct. 10.—So complete is the control of the Indian revolutionists over the state of Mor oles that the Mexican government to day asked permission of the United States government to dispatch troops through the American territory via El Paso and Nogales, so that the troops can reach Sinaloa and the scene of trouble rapidly. FIGHTING AT PUEBLO. MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Oct. 10_En trapped by large bands of Zapatausta L0RIMER INVESTIGA= TION IS RESUMED CHICAGO, Oct. 10.—The Lorimer in vestigation resumed today with 20 wit nesses'ready to take the stand, expected that the hearing of the brib ery charges against Senator Lorimer will occupy an entire month. It is CALIFORNIA VOTING ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 10.—All San Francisco is alert today over the state amendment election. The prin cipal question to be settled by today's election are whether or not the wom en of the state shall be given the right JAIL FOR SUGAR KING SAYS COURT OF APPEALS NEW YORK, Oct. 10.—After ex hausting every defense that legal in genuity could devise Charles Heike, sugar magnate and former secretary of the American Sugar Refining com United pany, lost his appeal in the ITALIANS ARE DRIVEN TO BIG GUN'S SHELTER Oct. 10.— Switzerland, CHIASSE, The first decisive repulse to the Ital ian forces in Tripoli occurred today when a force of marines was started inland only to be chased back by the Turks and Arabs to the gates of the city, where they sought the protec tion of the big guns of the fleet. The big projectiles caused the pursuers to retreat. Italian Cruslers Sunk. LONDON, Oct. 10—There is an un confirmed rumor current today to the effect that two Italian crusiers were sunk by mines off Benghasi, and that two Italian destroyers met a similar fate at Dedna. Italy Sends More Troops. 10.—Naples dis Italian LONDON, Oct. patches today state that 20 Believe Two Were Murdered. SANTA CRUZ, Cal., Oct. 10.—With a murder theory the police are today ac counting for the deaths of an eld erly man and a young woman who were found dead on the beach here. The head of the unidentified man was Indians the federal troops at Pueblo are today fighting for their lives against overwhelming odds. It is said that the southern Mexican outbreak is assuming larger proportions and that the fédérais are getting worried. Losses Officially Reported. MEXICO CITYj Mexico, Oct. 10.—Of ficial reports made public today state t that the recent revolt in northern Mex ico has resulted in the killing of 30 rebels and the wounding of 70 more, all in the battle on Chiaha de Corzo. Frank Lande, state senator, was the first witness called. He said that sev eral persons had approached him and promised him more official power if he would vote for Lorimer, despite the fact that he was already pledged for Hopkins. of equal suffrage and the adoption of the Initiative and the referendum re call. Two thousand women workers were at the polls all this afternoon protect ing their interests and distributing lit erature favoring their cause. States circuit court of appeals today and must serve eight months in the United States penitentiary for his con nection with the sugar trusts short weight customs frauds. Unless the su preme court intervenes he must go immediately to jail. transports today for Syracuse where the troops will join the second Trip olian division. The belief prevails that the landing of more troops in Tripoli means that Italy is determin ed to end the war soon. BERLIN, Oct. 10.—Positively de clining to accept ahy responsibility for the commencement of the Turkish Italian war, directly or Indirectly, and its possible consequences, the Ger man government today expressed sur prises at the stand which it believes the American press has taken regard ing the war. A high official of the German government said that the gov ernment is "astounded" to learn that the American press has held that Ger many's political aspirations are re sponsible for the war, and he said fur ther that Germany has declined to ac cept any such responsibility. severad from his trunk. The woman was .drowned. She was identified as Mrs. John Costello, who after an argument with her husband left home declaring she would drown herself. Mrs. John G. Gibson made a trip to Pullman Monday. BOSTON STORE ROBBED OF COIN AND CLOTHES Making their entrance through an unbarred window in the grocery de partment, thieves last night robbed Williamson's Boston store, making away with money and goods to the value of about $60. The robbery occurred, it is believed, about 11 o'clock, at an hour when Night Officer John Hites was in the residence section of the city. Two thieves are believed to have been im plicated in the crime. The window glass was broken, the thieves managing to crawl through MANUEL LOSES HIS . __ __ _ __ , . , _ _ _ell,' POI? THRONPi i wl^ i Vf IV M Hl\ Vrilla LISBON, Oct. 10.—The Portugese royalist revolution has failed, monarchists today were driven to the frontier and over a hundred of the The KICK ON JUDGE IS DARR0WS PLAN LOS ANGELES, Oct. 10.—There will not be any change of venue asked by he defense when the McNamaras are brought before Judge Bordwell for trial tomorrow morning. Clarence Darrow, chief counsel for the McNamaras will content himself with a formal motion for a change of judge, which Judge Bordwell will probably deny. The defense will then move for eparate trials and the prosecution will probably elect James McNamara as the first of the brothers to stand trial. Instead 6=ST0RY BUILD ING COLLAPSES BOSTON, Oct. 10.—A six-story build ing at Hanover Battery, in this city, collapsed at noon today without warn ing. Three persons were killed by the falling structure, and it is believ ed that six more persons are hurried under the debris. PREMATURE EXPLO SION KILLS TWO KANSAS CITY, Oct. 10.—A prema ture explosion which occurred here to day in the excavation for the new $15, 000,000 railroad station being built re sulted in the killing of two persons and the injury of five others. The property loss from the explosion is alào heavy. DEBATE QUESTION IS SELECTED The question to be debated by Pa cific University and the Univcr .v.y of Idaho has been selected for this year. The question settled upon reads as follows; "Resolved, that state boards of arbitration with compulsory powers should be appointed to settle all dis putes between employers and em ployees." The try-out to select the Idaho team will be held on Saturday, October 28. Two teams composed of two men each will he selected by each institution. Both debates will be held on the same evening, one in Moscow and one in Pacific Grove, Oregon. i without even removing the entire pane. They swept the groceries from the shelf in front of the window, and crawled through the 12-inch space be tween the shelves. Two suits of clothes, two pairs of shoes, two overcoats and about $20 in money were taken, the money being that left in the store over night for making early morning change. Mr. Williamson declared this morn ing that the thieves were local parties who were known to him personally and that before night they would be placed under arrest. hostile followers of King Manuel were captured. Captain Concerido, the rebel leader is entrenched near North Vinheas. Troops have been sent to dislodge him. Mystery in Fire. •5: LOS ANGELES, Oct. 10.—Fire of mysterious origin is burning the stor age, warehouse of the Bekans Van company this afternoon: The loss is al ready more thain $50,000 according to the officials of the company. PRESIDENT TAFT ENTERTAINED AT SEATTLE AND TACOMA TONIGHT SEATTLE, Oct. 10.—A committee of Seattle's citizens today presented President Taft with a letter signed by 2000 citizens, telling him all about the proposed impeachment of Judge Han ford, and the arrest of those who were leading in the movement. The letter concluded by asking the President to investigate the charges and then make public an expression of his opinion. Taft is Ballinger's Guest. Former Secretary of the Interior, Richard A, Ballinger today entertained President Taft at luncheon, afternoon Taft visited the Bremerton navy yard and this morning he headed This RAILROAD MEN STRIKE IN CANADA WINNIPEG, Canada, Oct. 10.—All machinists of the Grand Trunk Pa cific railway through eastern Canada struck at noon today for higher wages. It is reported that they will be given an advance of fifteen cents per hour by the company. O'NEIL EXTRADE TION FIGHT ON VANCOUVER, B. C., Oct. 10.—Sheriff John Nicholson of Wallace, appeared this afternoon to take B. F. O'Neil back to Idaho. Owing to other busi ness before Judge W.' W. B. Mdnnes the hearing on O'Neil's extradition was postponed and may come up Tuesday morning. Sheriff Nicholson antici pates resistance, but says he is pre pared to meet it. Jay Gibson returned Monday from Spokane, where he took a carload of horses. BANKWRECKER WINS IN LIBERTY FIGHT / WASHINGTON, D. C„ Oct. 10.—John bank R. Walsh, the aged Chicago wrecker was paroled today from the federal prison at Leavenworth, Kan. He began the five-year term which he has served since 1908. The failure of the Walsh banks in 1905 resulted in his indicement upon 182 counts in January, 1907. He was convicted, upon 54 counts of the mis WOMAN REFUSES FEMALE APPAREL SPOKANE, Oct. 10.—Nellie Picker alias Harvey Allen, arrested at e oa Wn " by deputy United states Marshal Dally on the charge of sell ing liquor to an Indian and held in 'the county jail here in default of bonds of $200, has balked on wearing wom an's garments, also telling William .Reynolds, head jailor, to elimate the baked apple served occasionally to prisoners. "The apple is a belligerent fruit," "Humanity paradise and was afflicted with the hobble skirt through the apple. The apple also led to the carnage of the Trojan war and started a number of other things. No apples for me, thanks." Reynolds tried to argue the matter with the woman after she had delivered a long parade and delivered a short address at city ball park. He was warmly greeted by a big crowd at the armory last night, where he talk ed upon railroad regulation and his tariff vetoes. He said he favored leas ing the Alaska coal lands. Tlilrty Dollar Banquet TACOMA, Oct. 10.—When Taft ar rives here this evening he will be greeted at a banquet at $30 per plate at which just 30 citizens will be pres ent. The banquet will be staged at the chamber of Commerce. The president speaks at the armory tonight and then retires to the Tacoma hotel. He will leave in the morning for Olympia, SOUNDING EMPLOYEES FOR GENERAL STRIKE PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 10.—Union strikers in this city have received a letter from some of the striking shop men of Oakland, California, asking the Portland men to sound the sentiment among all classes of employees on the Harriman system, Including engineers and conductors on the proposition of a general strike. The letter stated that the workers in these various lines at San Francisco had been sounded on this subject, and that they are will ing to participate in a general strike. The situation here and at other points affected by the strike is un McCune Property to Wife. By the terms of the will of the late Hugh McCune, the entire property of the deceased is left to his widow. For the most part the estate consists of personal property. Of the estate of $50,000 there is approximately $44, 000 in notes. A stepson, Forest C. Horn, is named as executor of the will, and the hearing for administration to pro bate will be held in the probate court on Saturday, October 21. ' use of his depositors' funds and on March 1, 1908 began his term of sen tence. Since his imprisonment his wife has worked contiguously to se cure his release. The official announcement of Walsh's parole is being withheld. Last May President Taft refused a pardon of Walsh, saying that such a step would defeat the object of the law. herself of the foregoing. He had se cured a skirt and waist and other ar ticles of apparel and ordered Miss Pickerell to don them without delay. "Me for the free and easy trouser»'," she persisted. "I've worn 'em the last 11 years, ever since I was 18, and tha puts the jin on the hobble goods foi all time with me. "On the level, kid, when you get me to pull any of that society stuff you can call the county physician and buy a ticket for me to Medical Lake, as I certainly will be entitled to have my face or a picture of it in the 'bug' family album." Miss Pickerell is a daughter of a prominent family in western Washng ton. She has worked around mining and lumber camps the last four or five years, also at one time tending bar in a local saloon and remained un til her identity was established. Later she worked in the harvest fields, doing a man's work and passing as a man among her associates. She wears her hair closely cropped and has the strength and rugged features of a workingman. Portland, and way stations. Portland is Ready. PORTLAND, Oct. 10.—All arrange ments for handling the crowds, and for the entertainment of the Presi dent during his stay here tomorrow evening have been completed. He will arrive at 5 o'clock from Tacoma. There will be a parade through the principal streets and then a banquet at the commercial club, after which Taft will address an enormous crowd in the armory. Later he will attend the reception to be given him by the Knights of Columbus, and will then leave for San Francisco at 1:30 o'clock a. m. changed except as to this letter. Conflicting Statements. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 10.—Secre tary John Scott of the striking federa tion of shopmen in a statement made today said that engines by the dozen are going dead on the Harriman lines and that the company are desparately in need of strikebreakers and are able to secure only a few unskilled men. The company announced today that more men are being employed daily and that they are suffering but little from the walkout. RODGERS STARTS FOR KANSAS CITY SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Oct. 10.—Avi ator Rodgers ascended at 8:44 o'clock this morning and left Springfield en route for Kansas City, following the Chicago & Alton tracks as his guide.