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favorite atore? You couldn't tell without reading today'a advertlse ment lu The Cbroulcie-Newa or that atore! ESTABLISHED 1877 PEACE ON ANY TERMS IS PLEA OF TURKS Serna's Attitude Alone Prevents Speedy End ol War POWERS HOPEFUL tendon, Nov. 1 :t.—A much more hopeful feeling prevailed today iu re gard to the Interuutiouul situation created by the Italkau war. The alt uation la atill full of difficulties, but the attitude of all of tliu powers in working Cora peaceful settlement will. It Is believed, result In avoid ing an actual conflict. Eervla, however, hus not yet re plied to the Austro-Hungarian sug gestion that u Servian occupation ol Albanian territory or of a (tort on the Adriatic sea will not be tol« rat ed. At the same time a Servian army continues ita inarch toward the Ad riatic coant and In one repo: t from I'.elgradc Is said actually to have reached Durazxo. The Ituasian government acting in direct disregard of public feeling in KuiMia. has notified the Serviun min ister at St. Petersburg that Russia will "hot go to war over the <|Ucbilou or an Adriatic port. Tim Huasiau for eign minister, Herglua Suzonoff at thn same time Informed tlm Servian minister that Kuaala would give friendly support to Servia in her tie* gotlatlent* with Austra-llungary. It la understood that Count Von llerrhthold. the Austro-Hungarian foreign minister, has proposed to give extensive privileges to Servia In connection with the projected Adrlu tlc-Dauube railway. (t la'said Dr. Danefr. president of the llulgarlan chamber of deputies, proposed that Austria should allow Servia to go to some poll on the Adriatic witUwUt»obiUuiing the ter ritory at the bark of It or the right to fortify the por. which would he eonneced with Servlau territory by a railway. Servia has yet to be heard from in regard to these proposals. She be lieves that Austria aims at her poli tical and economic subjection which break up the alliance of the Italkau natious. With an Independent Ser via Austria fears that the Servian subjects will want to Join their «o nntionals. Meantime the Albanian chiefs at a meeting at the seuport of Avlona have proclaimed the autonomy of their country. A letter received in l.oiidon from a member of the American embassy In Constantinople depicts the ter rible condition of the Turkish wounded arriving at the capital. The stuff of the embassy assisted by the local branch of the American Red ( ro»» society. Is taking care of some two thousand of these wounded Turkish soldiers, hut Is greatly han dicapped by the luck of hospital ne cessities. The letter adds that the Turkish government has lost control of the city and seems helpless. (Continued on page eight) CANALEJAS’ BODY LIES IN STATE Madrid, Nov. 13.—The body of the assassinated premier. CnnulcJas lay in state at uii early hour this morning on a catafalque which had been erected In a temporary chapel in tlie chamber of deputies. A vast silent crowd of people gathered both in and outside the chamber to pay their last respects to the dead states man. The population of the eapltnt appears to be deeply impressed by the crime. Work has been almost entirely suspended and nearly every business hou ho Is closed, while most of the houses In the residential section are draped with mourning decorations. The Liberal cabinet will contihuc to bold office under the temporary pres idency of Foreign Minister Marquis Manuel Oarcla Prieto, at least until the signature of the Moroccoan treaty with France, which should have been completed today. Premier Polncalro of Fiance, however, telegraphed this morning to the Spanish government to defer the matter until a more con venient date. The assassin worked at his trade ns u printer In Tampa. Fla., for some time, having gone there from Havana Culm. He left Tampa ng recently as last January and Is assumed to have gone from there to Hucnos Ayres. THE CHRONICLE=NEWS ONLY AVTERNOON LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN SOUTHERN COLORADO 3 AMENOMENTS ONLY CARRIED IN COUNTY The offielul count of the vote In l.as Animas »v shows that all but three of ’’d/ q "ud amend ments printv -.4/. *Vr/|/ de hmk. iJ The -V„ for » worn r/.f, 4 ‘ . a vote u. ' j? Mothers' Compensatii». by a vote of 1233 to 11..!* t». «•- referred house bill No. IU providing (or an eight hour law for coal Miln ers carried I CSC to 12**1. The Pro hibition meusue wus defeated by a vote of 5130 to 1340. The five bills which the chamber of commerce op posed by resolution were defeated In the county by large majorities, the vote against the Moffat tunnel bill being almost unanimous. The official vote on all the amendments Is as follows: Initiated For the state-wide prohibition amendineiit to roustltuMon adding Ai tlele XXI.—I3IO. Against -5430. For the enforcement by search and seizure of laws prohibiting ttic sale of intoxicating liquors—9l3 Again—34.l3. For women's eight hour net de daring the employment of females in certain occupations Injurious; to re gulate and limit the hours of em ploy men t —1776. Against—l ISO For Denver Trades ami lailtor As sembly net to establish public service commission, and to provide for the regulation ol public service eoriiora tiotia.—44B. Against— 1K92. For an act establishing a statu lair.—Cl7. (Continued on Page Six) DAUGHTER KILLS MOTHER; MISTOOK HER FOR ROBBER Philadelphia. Pa.. Nov. 13 Mrs. Fllznb»th Myers of (Sreenshurg. Pa., was shot and killed by her daughter an a Pennsylvania rniltond train near her today. The girl says sh* slio, her mother iu mistake for a robber. They were on ,thelr wav from Salem. Va.. to New York. The girl Gladys, and n passenger. W 11. ('uathlieit. of Lynchburg. Va.. were detained. The shotoing occurred near Pa., and the train con tinued its Journey to Trenton when tiie injured wotnuu was hurried to g hospital where she died. An dement of mystery was in jected Into the tragedy because of contradictory statements by Cuth hert and the girl. Cuthbcrt says he did not know the mother and daugh ter ami only volunteered bis services to them after the shooting. Miss Myers is said to have told the Tren ton police that Cuthbcrt was travel ing with herself and mother. According to the Trenton police Miss Myers said that while lying In her berth she had hoard a noise as If some one was climbing Into her berth. Relieving, she was In danger from an Intruder, she fired. Her mother, who was returning from the women's retiring room, received the bullet. Trenton. N. J., rtov. 13.—Miss Myers and Cuthbcrt were held here today for Philadelphia officers ns the shooting took jlacc in Pennsyl vania. Cuthbcrt made the following state ment of the affair to Captain of Po lice Culllton: "Just before we arrived at Bristol I heard a woman scream. I asked the porter the enuse for the scream and he informed me that some one was sick, hut the continued screaming impelled nio to go Into the smoker where I found a young lady crying for some one to bring a doctor, add ing that she had shot tier mother. The girl was a total stranger to me but. of course. I offered my services. There were a couple of porters there before I arrived. The wotnuu was ly ing with her head in her daughter's lap. Site told me that the porter took the revolver front her after the shooting." In a talk with newspaper report ers. Mr. Cuthbcrt who is apparently a little under sixty years said that rhe mother was conscious and though unable to do anything more than mutter, understood all that was being asid and gave a nodding assent (when the daughter pleaded for for giveness. TRINIDAD. COLO.. WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 13. 1912. BREAKING OF RESERVOIR WALL AT NASHVILLE, TENN., THREATENED A CONSIDERABLE PORTION OF CITY .Vuahvillr. Trim.. Nov. 11 - IJ pairs to th«* r»-• voir which lirokr T iirxdn.t inornlng will i«'<|ult«• n«*vrrnl works. Thr disuglrr was due t«» Ih «• rol|a|»;r of th foundation on whi «*fi Ih>- con*-i*«*t«* wnlU rr.st«>«|. ,\ ron sldcrnhle portion of tlir wall won lirokrn mill tin \ -t v riwlinl down i IiiourIi portion of Mo city A row cottnjrr-. ciiukIiI in thr flood worn torn from tin Ir nidations nn.l wi*r v «aril«d IniiiUrcdH of fort BASEBALL LEADERS ANXIOUS FOR PEACE Milwaukee. Wis.. Nov. 13 Anx iety to keep pence iu the baseball world delayed action on tin* proposed salary limit question at today'' meet ing of the National association Al ter a report from a commit: reenm mending that each class determine by a caucus of the leagues compos ing it. a limit of hiicli propotious that It would not restrict the quality of sport furnished patrons dextrin; of tiie quest ion which put over until a later meeting. President Section as w<dl ns other leaders thought more time for con sideration was needed before trying to take a definite step in tiie matter. Tiie importance of setting figures that will not prove undesirable to the class A A and A players and the fgaet that the national commission agreement requires the adoption of the maximum limit makes tiie ques tion a delicate one for tile baseball diplomats. MURDER FOLLOWS ROW OVER SALE OF THEATRE Kl Paso. Texas. Nov. 13. William Allendcr, last night shot and killed F. B. Dorr at Clifton. Arizona, iu a difficulty over the sale of a moving picture theatre. A Mender used a shot gun and the scattering shot killed John Baronne. a saloon keeper, aud wounded two Mexicans who were In the street. Allender then barricaded himself and resisted tiie officers, kill ing himself alter being wounded several times. CITY VOTE ON JUSTICES AND CONSTABLES Just lees: Precinct 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Bowers 352 200 101 199 Ixp H * -’9 299 .. 1 711 Mower 193 111 9.'» 259 24 0 201 '<(: 213. .. 130 1 Stone 373 203 132 223 IS9 I 3 7 -‘I INS * 10.59 Sullivan 200 116 S 3 24 9 203 23 ’l7 231 ... 13.. '. Wood, Soe 1 3 13 7 22 21 3! 4 30 ... 22,1 Yockcy, Soc 11 13 S 23 21 1 V ■*** 39 .. . 223 Constables: Dennis 292 120 90 270 234 203 *0 2IN .. . I ..!*** Bgail 373 199 132 170 186 11' 130 290 ... 1033 Lewis ... 37 1 197 152 199 Ix7 13 1 33 289 ... 100 1 Mulberry I9S 120. XX 299 239 24 0 SO 2IX ... 13X0 Petzcld, SOC 14 14 S 21 23 17 *4 30 ... 217 Reid, SOC 10 13 10 3 I 27 53 30 in ... 231 WILSON LEADS IN CALIF. BY 47 VOTES San Fran* I- Cal . Nov. 13. Wilson tcok t 1 • lead over Run ■ \--1 1 in California . H*:ls this Morning with a plurallt. of I" votes With 3*l con 11 lies of 1 illy r.'poited out of 3.x and five p Incts missing, four of them lu WV on's territory, the! grnud totals st<> ! Wilson 2x3 Roosevelt 2X3,- I IS. These. flgur. *l!d not im hide ai further gain f«. 1 Wilson of 01 voi<*aj resulting from 'ie official canvi of the vote In l.os Angeles county. The canvas 11. • is about three fourths «ompl WILSON FLEASED BY TAFT’S SPEECH ON SOUTH Princeton. N 1 . Nov. 13. Pr* si dent-Fleet W; today raoil Presi dent Tuft’s si" li iu Washington ptedicting that rider :i Democratic administration South would have n greater sliar* 1 the national gov ernment 11 ml t sectional lines would tend to appear. "It was a \ generous speech," hj» remarked. WRECK ON THE. FRISCO Corpus Clui-' Texas, Nov. 13. Twenty-eight -sons were injured, one fatally, in • wreck on the Fris co railroad, n Hinton, Texas, to day when an ine. baggage car. smoker and d 1 roach jumped the track from son iknown cause. All the injured ai tlu* Frisco hospit al here. JACK ROSE TELLS HIS STORY AGAIN N. w York, Nov IJack Rose ! took the stand today In the trial of |the four “gunmen accused of file murder ol Herman Knsfiiihnl. I'ulm- I> and glibly lie began lys narrative. I going over much of the ground cov ered at the Decker trial. If•• told of 'meeting With tile glllimeli: »f Reck- I' i"s threat to "frame tli-m unless 11 hey "croaked" Rosenthal: of Heck ler's boast that lie would shield them (after the Job was done. " 'All right: well do It.'" (he ' witness said the defendants assured him. I —■ - . BIG DAMAGE SUIT FILED AGAINST RUBE. MARQUARD New York. Nov. 13. Suit for s23.niio damages was filed today against Rube Murqunrd, star pitcher of the New York National league baseball club bv Joseph Kane, hus band of Blossom Seeley, an actress, alliebi.il* d The summons on Marquard was served while h<* was dining with Mrs. Seeley. For some time they have been appearing iu a vaudeville sketch together. ETTOR DENIES HE PREACHED VIOLENCE Salem. Mass. Nov 13 -Joseph J. Fttor. th«* Lawrence .-trike leader on trial here, charged with murder, con tinued his own defense today dc rlajed that he could not conceive of any way in which the violence or destruction of property could bring results iu attain tli• ■ social ideal. "1)1*1 you ever preach or council for violence?" Asked Attorney Ma honey. "No. sir." Fttor replied. •Why?" "Because." Fttor answered, "vio lence does not bring results. The power of the worker Is not In de rtruetlon but In construct loir. lu contioversles involving wages the greatest power of the worker is la doing nothing. AMMONS OUTRAN WILSON IN COUNTY Tilt* official roil lit of llu* vole* rant in I«hn Animas county al the election of No vcm In* r 3 shows that Parks, tin- Repuhllcun candidate for governor, carried the county hv a ulurality over Amnions of 566. Cos tlgnn, the Progressive candidate, re ceived a total of I,IXI votes. Am mons for governor run some 400 voted alu-ad of Wllmiii. and Costlgnn ran some 3110 votes behind Itooee velt. showiu g that many Democrats iliai voted for Ammons foi gover nor, voted for Roosevelt for presi dent. The vote on all state candi dates in tile official count Is as set down For Senator, long term: (’atllii. Progressive . 1221 Dawson. Republican I*ll7 . . Slinfroth. Democrat . 3399 Mary Miller. Prohl Til For Senator fvacancy): Harris. Prohl ... 7X Stevens. Prog 12*1.1 Thomas. Deni 3309 Waterman. Itep. . 4 623 Representative* at l.arge: Hralunrd. Hoc 332 Dodge, Prog 12 111 Fisher. Prog. . . 11 DO Kinsley. Hep 1."*27 Keating. Dem . 3 Ida Knight. Hoc 133 Igiton. Hep .1127 Stutzinnn. Prohl. . xx Taylor, Dem ... 31C2 Representative, 2nd District, ttullrel. h. Hep . <620 McLain. Prog 1207 Keldomrldge. Detn 3 IX7 Van Itusklrk. Hoc 37X For Judge Supreme Court: |tak<T. Prohi. . . 101 Campbell. Hep. . 4•» S 3 Dixon, Ind 149 McGclic. HOC. . 372 Scott. Dem 3127 Van Clse. Prog. . .. 1191 For Governor: Ahlntrotn. Hoc. 376 Ammons. Dem 3602 Hillings. Soe. I .attor . *• Com Ign ii. Prog 11X1 Ketchutn. Prohl. ... 73 Parks, Hep 4 366 For Lieutenant Governor: Kllott. Hep 4607 Kdwnrds. Soe. . . 385 .Montgomery. Dem. . 3153 Nixon. Prog 1272 Taylor. Prohl SO Worn burg, Soe. ... 3 Secretary of State: Uncoil. Prog 1288 DcWltt. Soe 353, llosninti. Soe. laibor 11 Pea ice. Dem 3 ltd (turner. Hep 1716 State Auditor: Catron, Rop 1609 Flonten. Soe 381 llttrwltz. Hoc. Lazor . 7 Kcnehan. Dotn 3336 Knight, Prog. ... 1216 Rider, Prohl so State Treasurer: Dick, Hep 1613 Freeman. Soe . 3X3 Gregerson, Soe. Labor 3 L«*ddy. Dem 34 27 Pollock, Prohl 76 Temple. Prog 1239 Attorney General. Coston, Soi* URB Farrar, Dem 3 131 Gobin. Hep 1572 Griffith. Prog 1319 Kipp, Prohl 82 State Supt. of Schools: Bradford. Detn 3173 Cntsndny, Prog .... 1223 Wixson, Rep 4338 Ginther, Hoc. Labor 10 McMillan, Soc 3X2 Regent University, Long Term: llryant. Dem 3 170 Dirk. Prog 128 R Matlock, Prog 1200 Pfeiffer, Hep 1616 Ragan, Dem v. 3123 Stntlcr, Hep 1591 Regent. (vacancy): Dudley. Hep 163 S Mnllctt. Dem 3 161 Troutman, Prog. ... 1213 In the county the high Socialist vote was given to Grace McLaren for county clerk, who received 318 votes. W. 11. Garner for sheriff received 387. TO INSPECT CANAL New York. Nov. 13 Henry I. St imson. secretary of war. left today aboard the steamship Kara pa for Cristobal, to Inspect the sites for the proposed fortifications of the Panamn canal. EIGHT PAGES. PRICE S CENTS FIFTEEN ARE KILLED IN WRECK Open Switch Causes Terrible Railroad Disaster BRAKEMAN BLAMED Indianapolis, Ind.. Not 13. Fif teen pet sons were killed and fifteen seriously injured this morning when nn Inbound Ciuelntinti, Hamilton nud Dayton passenger train ran Into an open twitch and crushed into a freight train at Arlington nicfiuc. Irvington, a suburb. The train was <omiug from Clnelnuat! und was run ning forty miles an hour The dead ate- C. Impolt and wife, llicntrlml peo ple. Igirt Angeles. Albert Allen. Los Angeles Bert White, brakcniuii freight. In dianapolis. Joseph I. Palmer, Ktnwah. Tenn Charles Chaney, 13. Jnriison. Ky. John Chaney, 62. Jackson, Ky. Mrs. Clifton ChaiP-y. and son Ches ter 5 months old. daughter Lily, 2 years old. Jackson. Ky Conductor Karl Wlgglu*. passen ger train. IndlnnniMill*. Knglneer William Shark./, pas senger train. Indianapolis C. F. Gruiidhoefer. Cincinnati. Ilea Boyle, had ticket to Chicago. C I! Burg, fireman passenger train. Indianapolis. FI f tec ii seriously Injured were tak en to a deaconess hospital in this city. The wreck caught fire hut tile flames were soon extinguished. Most of the dead Weie found 111 the wreck age of Hie flirt car which telescoped the baggage < ar. Firemen and police worked si the wreck two hours before the first body was found Holes were chopped in the tops of the curs and the in jured implied with water, for which they cried piteously. Corner Durham of this city began an investigation of the wreck at once Of a family of six. the Chaneys of Jackson. Ky . on the train, only one is alive, and lie. Clifton Chaney, |h badly Injured. Ills father, wife and three children were among the kIII • d They were on their way to Wls • onsln. Mrs. .losepn setter and her hus band were among the first in the neighborhood to reach the scene of ilie wreck. She said the shock of the impaet almost threw them out of bed. •The thing that mude us all cry.*’ -aid Mrs. Seller, "was the tnking out of the wreckage of a dead mother and her child The child was clasped in the mother's arms when they found her.'' 'And I and some others are to blame" said Carl Cross bend brake man on the freight train tiiis after noon." I left the switch open and expected one of the other lirakctltcn to close It. The switch was not closed the wreck occurred and I am to irlume." Cross did not mention uny names. DYNAMITE TRIAL POSTPONED Indianapolis. Nov. 12 Owing to the continued illness of Allen Shnul* ing, a Juror at the "dynamite con spiracy" Ulnl the bearing was post poned until tomorrow. THE WEATHER PHILOSOPHICAL PHELIX SAYS While th* audi ence slowly re covers from th' shock of th' pres ent election we will be enter tained for a few minutes by n monologue cli ent itled: -Th Cltj Dads an' Tli’ School Board," or "NVar 't tli knife." Yesterday's Temperatures. Maximum 19 Minimum 2 v Moan 3N Precipitation .33. Clear. Weather Bureau Report. Tonight and Thursday fail with rising temperature east portion.