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Write Progressive on Your Ballot. Do Not Write “Bull Moose/' as this Will Disqualify Your Vote
If It's exception value ut the price. It's SERB to lie udvertlsed in the ChrunlcJe-Ncws, else the mer chant would be hopelessly unpro grata! re. ESTABLISHED 1877 TURK CAPITAL WITHIN REACH OF BULGARS Flower of tl Sfc'iiSgZ Empire Crucial Battle DYNASTY TOTTERS l.o.idnu, Nov. I.—Tin* Turkish nr my. ou which the fate of Iho Ot toman empire depended, has been outgeneraled and outfought i K han made whnt I* believed to be the last stund against the victorious Bul garians and is now falling back In disorder on Its final butte of defense at the forts of Tchataljn, 2a miles only from Constantinople. Grave doubts are expressed in mili tary circles and repeated even in th.* Turkish capital as to whether the remnants of the Immense army of the Sultan will make any serious attempt to hold this line. Foreigners In Constantinople are fearful for the safety of the Chris-' tlan populations of the Turkish towns and the European powers have taken steps in this connection by the dispatch of warships to Salonikl. Constantinople and other Turkish porta for the protection of their clt liens. This Is the most Important ques tion of the moment. One correspond ent In Constantinople voices the fear of Europeans In that city thut the Turkish retreat from Tchataljn might result In massacres and pillage by what Is no longer an army but a mob. ** C!d roaldvMie ut Constant Inopl * who kuow the Turks thoroughly suy foreign war?hips could afford hoiiv protection at Salonikl. Constantinople and other ports, but declare the wide ly scattered missions aud Christian populations ate already seriously en dangered. The nulgarlan troops who have shown such dash since the opening of the campaign, are not likely to give (he Turks much time to reor ganise. It Is true that they have hundreds uf dead and wounded, both Turks and llulgarlans. to dls|iose of. and this must delay them somewhat. They had. however, similar difficul ties to contend against after Kirk- Klllsseh and around Adriunople. but there was not ranch lull in the fighting then. News romos today of the Hulgnr lans' oerupatlon of Dentotlca. tints shattering any hope the garrison of Adrlnnoplc may have had of deliver ance from that quarter. Other parts of the line of Invaders are pulling themselves together for another spring, which they hope will definitely put an end to Turkish rule in Europe. The Servians, having completed the occupation of Macedonia, are es tablishing civil administrations there and releasing some of their troops .o go to the assistance of their allies at Adrlanople and for an attack on Sn loniki. Armies are converging front three directions on Salonikl. European powers are now keep ing In touch with a view to acting in concert when the opportune mo ment arrives. Bulgaria, however, had let it be known that Turkey must negotiate with the allied Balkan na tions directly, so that nil the powers ran do «s to prepare to look after their own interests when the war Is over. The belief Is held by some diplo mats here that the Bulgarian army will be impelled to occupy Constan (Continued on page two.) Politics Not Reason Man Was Run Out of Camp Says Marshal KllgJo Saudovnl wus given orders to "get out of camp" by Marshal Karl Tucker or Voider, (or Frederick as It as also known) not because he wus engaged In checking up the registration lists for the Democrats, but because he had not been work ing of lute and because he owed a board bill of $25. This whs the statement of Tucker today „In the presence of Sandoval. Tucker declar ed that his Instructions were given by Superintendent Andrew Musgrave who declared that Sandoval or any THE CHRONICLE-NEWS ONLY AFTERNOON LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN SOUTHERN COLORADO TO SEEK COURT PROTECTION IN; ELECTION Deliver. Nov. 1. Suit for Injunc- W,,H fl, ‘ M * **tato supreme 1/ J: 4 '"today by John T. Iturnett. At f General Iteu Griffith. Gover- F. Sliafroth and George T. i». .uley. chairman of the Democratic state central committee to prevent electiou frauds and Intimidation of voters In lluerfuno and La* Animas counties. The petition charges thut fraudulent registrations have been made, and that 2uo deputy sheriffs have been sworn in to loitituidate voters and throw Democratic wutch «rs out of the polling places next ITiexduy. The defendants mentioned in the petition arc Jefferson It. Karr, sher iff of Huerfano comity, Charles Hay’ den. acting chairman of the Repub lican central committee of Huerfano county: John Wright, secretary and .1 Hines Harman, acting secretary ot the Republican central rommittec In I .as Animas county, and several cor porations. including the Colorado. Fuel and Iron company, the Vlctor- Aincriean Fuel company und the American Suieltlug and Refining company. ELECTION RETURNS AT THE CIGAR STORE ON TUESDAY NIGHT The Chronicle-News will provide up to the minute election returns to the people of Trinidad at the cigar store on Tuesday uight. „ The C-.V leased wire will be In continuous operation from II o’clock Tuesday, the morning of election day until three o’clock the folowing aft ernoon. thus giving the people an nil uight service. The bulletins of the returns from the nation, state and county, ns fast ns they are received over the wires will be flashed by stereoptienn from the cigar store. A large canvass will be placed on the Hank building ucross tin* street. Re turns from eastern districts will be gin to come in about f» o'clock. The returns from the state and county will he Inter, but Just the minute they are received the bulletins will lie shown by stereoptienn. Come down to the corner ol Multi and Commercial street KVEItyODY on Tuesday evening. Remember Jill night bulletin service. Something Jin evening paper has never attempted before In this pnrt of the state. JOHNSON'S SALOON CLOSED Chicago. Nov. l.—City Collector Cohen today notified the police that the saloon operated In connection with Jack Johnson’s "Cafe do Cham pion" should be closed as no license luid been Issued for the establish ment to take the place of the one which expired last midnight. TO THE VOTERS "DEMOCRATIC" *'PROGRESSIVE" "ROOSEVELT" Either of these three words writ ten In the blank space at the top or your tin Hot will cast a vote for the district and county fusion ticket. If till, word ' BULL MOOSE" >« wrlttotl you will lose your district ami coun ty vote. Don't permit yourself to lie made the victim of a contemptible gang trick liy which they hope to weaken the fusion county ticket nt the ex pense of their own national, state und district tickets. other who did not work or pay their hoard bills should he ordered to leave the place. gnndoval admitted that he owes Cnnoto Deradu for his board and Buys he has not been working of lute oml is hard up. He says that De rada complained about the bill to Musgrave. Sundoval Jtlso declares that Tucker did not tell him that It wus because of the hill and not be cause or his polities until after he (.Sandoval) had notified the Dcnto eratic chairman of his experience with Tucker. TRINIDAD. COLO.. FRIDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 1. 1912. “Three of a Kind” DELIBERATE MISREPRESENTATIONS lint k to the wall and faced with complete dissol'ition the notorious gangs of Las An lines and Huerfano counties are using poisoned arrows ot misreprcsentaiion. In u contemptible effort to weak* n the Progressive vote the Adveitlser Is deliberat'd, misrepresent lug to .ill who will give attention, the method by which the voter shnll east .i ballot on Nov. 5. In large headlines this morning that paper tells the people that to write "Bull Moose" on the ballot will he a vote lor Colonel Roosevelt. This Is true, hut It is also true that TO WRITE BULL MOOSE WILL DE PRIVE THE VOTER OK HIS COUNTY AND DISTRICT VOTE. The dospeiute straits to which the gang has been forced Is shown by the fuel thut. iu circulating this misleading Information it tins cut loom* from llenry lluntcr ami the judicial slate anil uutlon.il tickets for a "Hull Moose" vote will he a vote against Taft Parks und no vole for Hemlcmbut aud-Hunter. * * - • THE FACT SHOULD BE PATENT TO ANY INTELLIGENT CITI ZEN THAT THIS IS THE GROSSEST KIND OK MISREPRESENTA TION. A DESPICABLE ATTEMPT TO PROFIT BY WHAT THEY MOPE IS THE IGNORANCE OF THE VOTERS. CLARK AND ROMERO TO TALK MONDAY NIGHT The ciitnpnign in Las Anlntus county and the third judicial district will come to an end on Monday night wlih it grjiud Democratic and Progressive rally at the West theater. ;it which time the candidates will speak and talk to the people for the luHt time before election, on the Issues which conlrnnt them. Fred Clark and Juan Romero will be the pilnclpul spe.iKers. A fine mus ical program will he given in connection with the speaking. The candidates have met with enthusiasti< endorsement nil > over the county and have been riding on ji poi"d.tr wave which promises to carry them Into office ns a rebuke to tin* political machine which has disgraced this community years. Kvery • where old Republicans good citlxens, arc hr ting away front > the gang and denouncing their methods. They growing tired of • boss rule and mean to put un end to it. The < e iidutes at this Monday night rally will fairly discuss the qiio-'.'ns and lay their views before tin* people whom they pledge to sci faithfully. It is to be the most rousing rally ot recent years Every eitieeu and voter who stands for good government and a square deal, should nttend and hear these sr *kers. To vote • Intelligently the citizen must know what the 1.->" * are aud what ■ is the caliber of the men who repiesent them. > Another one of the speakers <it tin* rally w '! lie Judge .1. N. > Brinson of Denver, former deputy attorney gen ;il of Colorado . under John T. Burnett. Judge Brinson bus been campaigning in • the interests of the state ticket and is well known here. STATE RESTS IN THE ETTER CASE Salem, Mass., Nov. I.—The com mon wealth today rested its case in tho triul of Joseph J. Ettor. Arturo £jiovunitti utiil Joseph Caruso, charg with responsibility for the murder of Anna Lopizzo. The prosecution presented testimony from nearly a bundled witnesses. The district attorney submitted to the court a circular introduced in evidence several days ago. signed by Etter and Giovunniltl. urging the strikers to "throw down the stairs" persons who sought to get them to go back to work, aud to "brtfhk their hnes." W. Scdtt Peters, counsel for Gio vannlttl. moved that all testimony lelntiug to his client except that concerning the speech urging tho strikers to "prowl like wild animals at night." be expunged. Mr. Peters declared the evidence In the case im plicating Giovannltti was not "enough to hand ji hair on." J. H. Disk, counsel for Caruso, I moved that all testimony relating to events prior t«» the evening of Janu ary 2!»th be siiickon out. J. S. Ma honey, representing Etter moved to take the case t otn the jury on tin ground that t evidence was insuf ficient. , Judge Guinn said he would grant the right for renewal of the motions when all the testimony had been taken. Counsel agreed to renew mo tions later. SENSATION AT INTERSTATE COMMERCE HEARING Chicago, N’o\ I.—-A sensation de veloped today in Interstate Commerce Commissioner .lames S. Harlan s In vestigation Into the relations bo tweenthe New York Central lines and conl.t ill Illinois . <»al companies. An accusation, was made that car bon copies of invoices relating to the SIIO,OOO paid to the OGaru Coal com pany. iu which the railroad officials once had financial interest, for lost I coal, had been altered. Counsel for the 'government said the Invoices submitted w t in fact altered copies !of others which had covered legal payments of $s 1,000 to tile coal com | pany. HUERFANO GANG LEAVES WORD 'PROGRESSIVE' OFF LIST Fan Crowd Perpetrates Low Trick to Mis lead Voters PEOPLE AROUSED Wslsenburj;. Colo., Nov- I.—The [ gang, alarmed by the strength of the I Frogicssive movement, have grne to , such lengths to steal the election, or IRt Ic.'tst mislead the voters affiliated j with the Progiessive party, that good : citizens of the county are up in arms in protest over the tact that the name ot the Frogressive party does not ap -1 pear on the olficinl nominatirns as published in the "World", the official newspaper of this county. This news . paper nnd the gang leaders, have ob ! viously made this omission to mislead I the voters, an act. if it were repeated l in the nrinting of the official ballots , ot that county, would put the conspir- up against prison walls. Th** Democrat v nnd Progressive* of Huerfano county have entered Into a fusion on the reality candidate* hh in |„'i* Animas • minty W i:*•:« ihe list of nomination? appeared iu the "World" now In ip in that list did the name of I’togrcssivo appear. A party of citi zens called upon William Freeland, deputy county «lerk. who was asked to explain how It came about that the V.-o-.'ii ulve patty eld not appear In • l»r |Ui. eh n-4nl::ntlo»n . They advised that It should have appeared as li was on the copy. The citizens* then called upon W. C. Hunt, pub lisher of the World, and he also dc * hired tluil an error had been made. I The citlxens then asked If It could not be corrected and Hunt said "No." ! that it was too late, and positively * declined to make the change. Ii be i ante evident to these citizen* that | the publisher had entered Into a con si iri *•> with the Republican machine iu an attempt to so mislead tins voters that the progressive candidate* would suffer as the result of the dc «ept iou. It is such high-handed method that ate being employed here by the gang which has become desperate. Much feeling has been engendered by the attempt to play the people fer suckers. It suggests that the gang realizes it is facing defeat and must resort to the skullduggery to save the hicrlings and political proteges of J. B. Farr. The gang will not dare j to perpetrate the same deception on the official ballot, but a.* the gang knows no law iu Huerfano save that which is given them by the bosses and interpreted by his willing trols. the crior in the list of nominations has had no other effect than to hurt the Progressive cause FEAR BALLOON LOST Berlin. Nov. 1 It I* feu red that tlio balloon Duesseldorf with the two American aeronauts attempted to cross the Baltic sen. A belated report from Strnslund, Germany, that :i balloon was sighted on October IS High above the Baltic going east ward. THE WEATHER PHILOSOPHICAL PHEUX SAYS T ' mcollcctlti relics. I've got a piece o' petrified wood, a muzzle* loadin' shotgun an’ a three cent piece, nil’ now I'nt lookin’ fer a Taft Booster Weather Forecast. I Tonight fair and continued cold. 'Saturday fair with rising tempera ture. Yesterday's Temperatures. I Maximum •* x • Minimum -I I Mean •*! 1 Precipitation trace. Cloudy. C. OF G. OPPOSES PUBLIC UTILITY BILL AND THE MOFFAT TUNNEL BILL "Beau!*oil: That th** Chamber or Commerce of the City <•( Tnnidad ..fter freely considering tile effect o! ilie Mo-cnllcd Public Utility RilD, be ing Propositions No*. I and 12. upon tile official ballot to be voted on November 5, do hereby decline our selves ns opposed to the pas-age ol either of *nid hills and heartily rec oiiiiu* lid that the voter* of La* Ani mus county cast their ballot* against both of itaid amendments. ' Resolu tion Introduced by A. L. Branson and passed at Chamber of Commerce buti qiict last night. The Moffat tunnel hill, upon which the people of Colorado will vote on Tuesday, providing lor u bond i**u<* of four in 111 ion dollar* to put through the James peuk tunnel for tin* Mof fat railroad, was opposed and the two ro-* ailed public utility bills. No*, i and I a on the official ballot were (le ctured "pernicious measures" by sixty or .nore local business men who *at at banquet at the Columbluu hotel last uight. The provisions of ulhei hills and constitutional amendment*, including the school and social center Dill, the ten million dollar bond Issue for good roads, the state fair Idll nnd the amendment nrotlding for home rule for cities, which, by the way, af fects Puchlo. only, were Aisctikxcd pro nnd con A very excellent address on the uniendineul providing for a special fund for the state Immigra tion bureau, which was pointed out a* a good measure, was delivered by A. J. Woodruff of Denver, a member of the state bureau that has Iu charge the advertising of Colorado. The meeting last night had the ef fect of bringing the voters of this rommuulljr In close touch with the real import of the various bills to he voted on. Particularly did it bring out the vicious feature* In the two bills regarding public utltit|e< cor poration*. one known as a "Utility Court." and the other a* the "Denver Trade* und Labor hill." It wns made plain that the voters must vote ji gal list these measure*. J. ('. H<*|| of this city and J. I! Brown of Den ier spoke on these Idll*. the latter showing section by section the Jok • r* In the measure nnd the former re lating the history of public utility legislation and condemning tho pro vision* of the hill*. Willie It was the sen of the meet ing thut many other hill* were vlc io.i* and should be defeated a resolu tion was introduced and passed against the amendments I and 12. A •pedal meeting of the director* of the chamber of Commerce will he held this afternoon to consider other measures and pas* upon them. S. W. Do Dusk was the first speak er Introduced by Chairman A. ('. Me- Chesney. Mr. Dc Busk had been giv en the subject of the ten million dol lar bond Issue for good roads. He was opposed to it. He took the attitude that the people of this community would not get value received. He was opposed to the state going in debt and shoving a burden upon the unborn generation. Mr. De Busk opened by saying it was the first time he had ever be*a brought Into Immediate contact wit it ten millions of dollars. Speaking of the measure Itself he related the his tory of the founding of the state con stitution In I*7o and of the four mill levy for state purposes Hint had been maintained. He was opposed GANG HENCHMAN BOASTS OF “SPENDING” BARELA’S MONEY Leaning over the bar in ji local saloon last night, n Democratic bar tender and a large number of pat rons were regaled by the confessions of one of the close friends and body guards of Senator Caslmlro Barela, who admitted that he was spending Barela money and working for the election or the perpcitunl Donator front the fourth district. Inciden tally tills man Royval. not Simon Roy val the musician, declared that he could do ns he pleased In this com munity and that if he got Into trouble or committed ji (Mini** that Barela would get him out of prison. He had Imbibed enough to tell nil he knew nnd to drag out all the skeletons that have been concealed in the senator's closets for years and yea rs. This man Royval frequents the El Progresso office and has at different times been employed there. He Inis boon n faithful gang worker, a most EIGHT PAGES PRICE 5 CENTS to indebtedness uii generui principles and declared against the practice of votiiiK bonds for th«* children of men to pay. “The'ldeal citizen." In* Haiti, “is the man who lives within his menus, ami tlie ideal government the one tiiat keeps the tuxes down “ He • ondemtled the systems w|| ich left an open IUK for graft ami provided fat Jobs for Inspectors. 9 Mr. I>c Husk ndvocuted good rondi and f>i\ored the employment of Jai ami convict labor in the building •>: highways. lit- related the lilstory of convict road building in Colorado, disputing that the idea wav first <Ol • reived by Warden Tynan He stud tlie idea originated in New .Mexico The first convicts used in road build ing was In l.ns Animas county, h * said. In the building of tlie a tale iiighwav to the state line. f|e told oi the removal of the convicts and the tliolt of the rf|tilpinciit purchased tjy the people of this county. J. II Jen kins, secretary of the Commerce Club of Pueblo, tqw.kc on the state fair bill. Jenkins is an en tertaining talker lie cxplalucd tin history of the state fair, how it had been organised ami financed hv Pueblo people. This bill lie said is to sell the grounds to the state '*lol that an annual appropriation of sl.*».nbo be given. It Is a construct Ivc meas ure. lie said, for the good of all Colo rado. lie called attention to a bill now pending in the national congress providing for an appropriation of SIO,OOO to In- divided among tlie states that have annual state fairs, lie urged the people to vote for Ilia state fair bill. Mr. Jenkins next took up the amenrim* :it providing fo. Uiut rul * for cities. This, he said, concerned Pen bin alone. ||e explained the sta tus of the situation growing out of the coniniHslou form of government. •>f litigation in which it had siuro become involved, and explained the financial difficulties, regarding the »ity bonds which hud come out of tills litigation Mr. Jenkins was strong in Ills op position to the Moffat, tunnel idli. He explained how this was a scheme on the part of a shrewd financier and % l>etiver people to mortgage the credit of the state. lie took tile Ifi 11 ami discussed it 1 luur.e by clause and read from a pamphlet issued by the Arkansas Valley Commercial associa tion which pointed out the objections |to the measure. 11ior« were many of them. In the first place, he showed that it would require more than four million to construct the tunnel and would lie a constant drain on the tax payers of the state. He said in part “This lull provides that the State of Colorado shall Issue four millions of dollars In bonds Inuring four per cent interest per annum running for fifty years which money shall be used in the construction of a tunnel through James Peak for the use of the Moffat Railroad, a rood that runs front Denver to Routt County. Colo rado, and which the promoter hopes some flay to extend to Salt Lake City. It provides that the State shall have the first lien on the tunnel whlcji means that to make the Hon good the State will have to cornplcto tin tunnel and engineer agree that It. will take at least twice four millions of dollars to complete it. (Continued on page eight) dependable henchman of tlm sen ator, who according to the confes sion. Staked him with bar money which he was spending on himself rather than prospective voters. He was arrogant In his assertions that Harela “run the town and the coun ty." end looked after his friends who humped up against the law. It Is stated that he became so boisterous that the bartender threatened to put him out. Royvnl is engaged in goign about among the Spanish people malign ing Juan Romero and other Progres sive and Democratic candttates. He carries a carefully rehearsed line of talk. His great stunt is buying drinks ami telling what Barela has done and will do for his people. He is a purveyor of promises. His con fessions last night gave a good in side history of some of the deals which tin* senator is framing up to carry the election next Tuesday. If he can get awr with it.