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SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 289.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912. TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
UTAH TIE UP
Men in Possession of All
Properties in Bing
ham. UNDER MILITARY RULE
Governor Appealed to by Own
ers Froperty Burned in
Blrrtam. Utah, Sept. IS. An army
of miners, fortified end determined.
Lnld undisputed possession c.f the cop
per, lead and silver mines of Bingham'
on the sncoiid day of the strike for an!
Increase in v ages and re-cognition of j
their union The men have due breast
works, strengthened their pit ke t lines
and worked out a form of military di i
Gove rnor Spry has been nskc d to try
to indue' the KtriUf.-h to surrender th-i
mines, give up their arms arid await
the efforts of the mine manners to(
f.gure out d iie'iit.B I y which their de
mands can he grunted
I I'HOM PITS.
There was uni' h promiscuous firing :
from pit op;ioB!ie tle Utah copper
mine th's inun.inr . Alxmt a thousand
men are entrenched 'here. '
The sheriff i lans to make a flank at- I
tack on the r!!lo pits as soon as a suf
ficlen force la mustered.
i l:Ml AKIK AT WOltK.
Charleston. W. Va.. Kept. 19. The
Tipple Carton Coal company at the!
head of Carbon creek. Kanawha conn-1
ty, ha been fired hy incendiaries and
H rapidly being destroyed. Tipple Is
in the martial law section. Two com
panies of infantry were ordered there,
hut it is nut believed they will arrive
in tirt.e to save the property.
The tip. ee wan destroyed, with a
lost i f $e,c.iM. Soldiers arrival late
in The "In: , i i:d w ith bloodhounds are
hunting t.'.t. Iticctuliuiles In the mines.
CRIME LAID TO BANKERS
Charged Low Wage Force Clerk to
Become an Embezzler.
Phi I'.i'.elpl'la. Pa.. Sept. 13. "I feel
nafe in a ing he In her as the result
of u mistaken poli'-y on the part of
many of our b.mks !u not payii.g adt-.
oiutte kalariert to their emnloe." An- i
claret! couiu.-I for C. L. M.-fracken, j
In n ukiK u plea fr mercv todav la
the Cited Ktte. riintrict court i
McCn'ckcn wan a former employe
In a batik In a nearby Pennsylvania j
town and had pleaded guilty to em-
Although a married man with
family of four small children, hi sal
ary was only $12 a week, yet he was
required to maintain a good appear
ance and a cerluln position in the
town by reason of the fact that he
was employed in a bank. H was
given the minimum sentence of five
MRS. HARRIMAN IN TALK
TO WOMEN ABOUT TARIFF
ChlcHM, Sept 1?. The tariff and
prices asked for meat were blamed for
the hUli cost of living by Mrs. J. lior-
;ien Huirtmau of New York in an ad
ires today before women gathered to !
rrgnlzo la fupport of the national
democratic cwididates. Mrs. Hafl-ri-!
man declared sewing machine made
ti America could be bought abroad
and khipped back cheaper than they
.-..n he bought dlructly la this country.
SULLIVAN IN COLLAPSE
A I rUiMtnAL Ur HIS Wlrfc!hy the October Jurymen, makes up the
New York Sept. 19. State Senator totl of l.OoO.
("Pig Tim-) Sullivan, who has been, About ZO pt r cent of tlie cases in
,ti ill fcoalth oiue time. U said to have: olve women. The voting population
-cllapsed at his wife- funeral jester- about ltf.000 at the last election.
jay and In reported today to be in a !
A GRAFT, CHARGE
Dr. Gray Makes Sensational At
tack at National Confer
ence at Chicago.
Chicago. Sept. 19. Evangelism In!
thal'ntidSu.ter.as "degenerated Into111 court, th sju.iiJU.nt
;o:nmercuiJ.i)in and trofef ionAlism."
iccording to Dr. Gray, dean of Moody proportion to tte magnitude of
.lifctitute. who spoke before the nation-the crimes.
i" conference of evangelists here to-j Atolstatt Prosecutor Sctwlngham
luy Hev. Dr Taylor of In dianapolis n-.er explsiaed that the showing does
Senouncod tte finance methods f . not prove that Atlantic City is w icked
kmi( evaoelistit as "nothing but much as it shows that the magis
frsft" and told about an evangelist in-j trates ar graeplcg. Under the law
titing him to Ins house "to loam ths they are paid only when the defend-
aricks of the trade" ant Is held to court, ln which case a, Opposed to Recall.
"I'v got "em skinned a mile in tak- fee Is allowed by the county. As the! Chicago. Sept. 1? Opposition lo the
llig an offering, was some of this evan- magistrates find their authority in the recall of judges and judicial decisions
felist's iidvtce." continued Taylor. ! state constitution, nothing except a!,as expressed at the annual conven
"Imagine a Wesley, a Whitef.eld or a e onst'.tutioual asiecSseai can re:utdy tica cf tte National Association of Pro
Uoody say itg that." ,ite situs ticn. tLate Juc!os :cUiy.
J Yootl- Ffcof EyjOR-S
i IONT Bt ROUGH-.
Ah 0 V
TJOINTH V X ;
tAT A PIECE g
Managua, Nicarafn.a, Sept. 15 (De
layed traiismihsiot! i- Three days' fmht
:n? between government and rel.el
torces at Mat-aya, southern h-jadtjuar-ters
of the revolutionary army, result
ed In troops reaching the outskirts of.
the city and forcing the rebels to i -tfre
to a fortrcbs on H.trranca hill. Ma
jor Butler, commanding the Ann i It :4
marines, left Maimguu toiiay to open
the railroad to Granada, and to do thii
it was tiecesfary to pas through Mu
naya. As the train apiiro:'hed Ma
t.aya It was fired on by Insurgents. The
train backed out of range of the rebel
guns. Butler sent a nnie to the i:i
hurgent commander stating his object
was to open the railroad and he u-
fired to do it penteably, adding that
no answer was received by r, this
afternoon the marines would advance,
Inmrgent Comnmnd.-r Zel. doe agreed
N m A
.TWELFTH OF MEN
IN CITY ACCUSES
Thousand Cases to Be Consid
ered by Grand Jury at
Atlantic City. N. J.. Sept. 19. The
Atlantic City grar.'i jury will consider
l.OoO cases of crimes or misdemeanors
at the October term of court. These
f.gureb were given out today by the
prosecutors office, where the work of
preparing lue papers ior present, ion
to th ruuJ Jur-V is ln naud .
rix Uucflrea Lew cases win De con
sidered. These, taken with a.- s
referred to the October term and the
in tho hands of the specia'. conns- 1
for the attorney general's otf. c in
connection with gambling and elec
tion rifrenses. which also will be tried
Figured on this baeis, there are about
!'..-Vit fr arum 1 ("ill vitan rharp.vt n.itt
crimes or misdemeanors, a ratio of
about one to every 12.
The greater portion of the cases are
of a petty nature, assault and battery ;
cd ptty larceny m iking up the bulk.
This condition, taken in conjunction
with, the improbability of disposing of
the cases at one term, emphasizes the
contention of various attorneys that
Atlantic City shouid have a commit
ting Judge who could handle these
cst.es direct, as Is dons ln Philadel
phia. The expense of an investiga
tion by the grand Jury, trial by Jury,
with sJl the time of grand Jurymen.
i r,d the petit Jurymen figured.
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow for
Rock Island, Davenport. Moline.
Unsettled weather with probable
showers tonight or Friday. Warmer
Highest temperature yesterday, 59.
I.oweht last night Go. Temperature
at 7 a. m.. r.
Wind velotiiy at 7 a m. seven miles
rrecipitation in the last hours,
.11 of an inch.
Kelativc humidity at 7 p. m. at
7 a. i7.
Stape c.f water, eicht feet with a fall
of in the last 4 hours.
J. ii. SHKK.'EH. LrGciil Forecaster.
(From nont. today to n
tVlitN I S.
. r-owi '
Sun nets CMC ri-.es f.-p; Evening
stars: Mercury. Vei:u. Mars. Jupiter.
Morning star:f Saturn.
FORMER SENATOR MONEY
! OF MISSISSIPPI PASSES
1 Blloxi. Misc. Sept. ly.--Former
j United States ?er.
I Soto Money of M
.ir Hernando INROAD COMMISSIONERS IN
;ssv'iu tiicu nis
; home near hi re yesterday afternoon of
uraemic poisoning. He was 74 ears
i of age.
j Hernando Pe Soto Money was born
in Holmes county. Missis.-ippi. Aug.
, 20. y..i. He servfd in t he contt derate
! arn-.y fr!in 1S,1 to mH, ret i: ing in
I Sfcptemtit r of the Ia!tcr year because
of defective eyesight. He was mar-
I ried in 103.
j He served ln congress from 1T to
l7, an d again from 1V':; to 1V-7. He
'was elected United S:a'is senator in
1:-) for the term beginning March 4.
IV '.'. He was appoint i to the senate
in 1M7 to till the va ancy caiis-d liy
;he death of Jaints Z. CieiM-e ai. I in
:iv was elected for the remainder of
the term expiring March 4. l.-:'.i. He
st i ved in all 14 years.
vnnpTdliTiii T rtiifuntt -rr
rvui'OI HIV I H I. UUInDH IU
Vienna. Sep'. 19. Konstantin Thto
dor iHimba. present minister to Sv e-'
den. was today nominated to succeed
I'tron Hecgelraui'.er Von Hengervar as i
embassador from Austria Hungary at:
rmniU is a wealthy ar.ii piipuhir dip
lomat. iiergeln.ulle.- has r-pr s-nte-1
Austria-Hungary at Uash:ngton IS'
yars and was deau of the diplomatic
corps there. ;
DIXON SPYING CHARGE
DENIED AT THE CAPITAL
Washington Sept. 19 A. Bruce Bie
laski, chief of the bureau of investiga--tion
ia the department of justice, to- !
day denied agents of that department
wero shadowing Senator Dixon ai:i
Mtdill McCormick. charged by Dix
on last night. Bie'.aski said thut there
were no agents in the department
named Arr.t and Beardsley. w ho. Dixon
says, were the men following hiin. j
Practice Trials Called Off.
Race Course, Wauwatosa, Wis..
Septi 19. Because the course was
wet and slippery, practice la the Van
derb.lt cup race trials was called off
today. Tte fastest time so far re
corded was an eight-mile lap in s?ven
minutes and 13 seconds by Teddy
! Beverly, Mass , Sept. 19. President
I Tat't intends to give the people an op
Hrtunity to become familiar with a
"budget svstem" of estimating reve
nues and expenditures whether con-
gt ess approves or not. By a bill pass-
ed by congress it was decided esti-, himself as greatly pleased with his re
mates should bo submitted to congress, ; ception ia the northwest,
ar heretofore, but the president has j Wilson's trip through the streets as
decided ho will try to shear the couu-, sumed the proportions of a parade. Be
! try the advantage of a budget system j fore he left for Detroit the governor
; over the present methods. The prel- i held an impromptu reception w hen
jdent, after consulting with Secretary hundreds of persons shook hands with
I of the Treasury MacVeigh, has reached I him.
I ijt- L tilli lll.Mt'11 Nidi I in-ir in uuuiiii
to prevent MacVeawh sending along es
timates in hudet foi m just as a com-1
pr.nson an.i not tor use in rraming
bills. In this way he hopes to get the
attention of the country focused upon
a matter which he believes most im-!
portani. i ne pre.ueni, ,i . mateu,
prouau.y wui mae a statement: boon;for the Jntl.rta of tne largf cor,)ora
regarding the budget system.
CONVENTION AT PEORIA,
Peoria, 111., Sept. 19. Ful'.y a thous-J
nnd road commissioners are today at-
tending the convention of Illinois
state highway commissioners. Import -
ant business will be the drafting of a
complete new statute governing road
buiidmg and maintenance ln this
VISITS WISCONSIN CITY
Sheboygan, Wis., Sept. 19. A storm
in the nature of a cloudburst visited
here last night causing considerable
damage. There was a rainfall of over
three inches. One local factory suf
f red $li),tu damage.
I Dubuque Race Postponed.
' Bubuque. Iow a, Sept. 19. Because
of a heavy track the great western
hanie8S r,;ps wtre postponed today.
HOSTESS TO ROYALTY
IT.-..-' ' e.-K...5 ' ,f-f , . - ?
Duchess of Roxburgh.
Great preparations are being made
Xor King George's visit to Floors
Cisile, the Etately home of the Duke
and Duchess of Roxburghe. The Rox-
b-rghe. residence, wt:ch splendid,
stcoitisa esuLCiiscment, was recent.y
built with a part of the $25,000.000 :
which the duchess inherited on the
death of her father. Ogden GoeleL
Kach year the duchess has a succes
sion cf di&tiegulahed visitors at. the
tms is the rret time that
u unacv iu vau.
TAFT SIDE IS
A WINNER IN
I bam committee of the house created
a scene upon the floor In which she
I was charged with being a "woman
Roosevelt Electors Are to!lobbvlst-" was "rested t0dy upon a
Run on an Independ
SUIT IS ALSO DROPPED
T. R. Replies to Wilson's Re
marks on Third Party
Topeka, Kan., Sept 19. The Roose
velt presidential electors will go on
the ballot this fall In the independent
column. This decision was reached
here yesterday afternoon, by leaders
of the progressive party following a
decision not to bring suit against Sec
retary of State Sessions to rrevent
him from certifying to county clerks
the names of Taft and Sherman to
head the republican column.
Following the decision Secretary
Sessions certified to the county clerks
the names of all the candidates, in
cluding those of Taft and Sherman.
William Allen White, Kansas manager
of the progressives, said that the
j Roosevelt electors would resign from
the republican ballot and petitions
would be started to secure a legal
number of signers to place the Roose
velt electors in the independent col
umn. WILSON I CIIICACO.
Chicago, Sept. 19. Woodrow Wil
son arrived in Chicago this morning
and was in tow n an hour and a half.
Immediately on his arrival the gov
ernor went to western headquarters,
where he talked to a gathering of
business men and politicians before
the time set for his departure to Be-1
t roit at 10:30. Wilson expressed I
KOOSKVFI.T AN'SWKHS W II. SOX.
Wnity. Col., Sept. 19. A flat denial
of Bt;uements attributed to Woodrow
i Wilson regarding the progressive par-
; n..s aUlt,I(1 toward trusts was made
: by ro;(mP, R,H,pev,.lt , .sp(,prh here
Uiday. He said Wilson's statements
thal thp prop;reSBlve plan would work
Hons and would give them control of
the labor market was not in accord
ance with the facts. Roosevelt declar
ed that again and again, in messages
to congress and in speeches, he ad
vocated tho methods for handling
trllstB now uref.d hv th. nroerefisivpa
; He deciared both the Taft and Wil-
gon attitude favors ,he trustSi an(1
j that Naders of the steel and harves
son attitude favors the trusts, and
ber trusts are supporting both these
JOHNSON IS INDIANA.
Terre Haute, Ind., Sept. 19. Gov
ernor Johnson's schedule for today
embraced 14 Indiana towns. Two
Dig meetings are on tne program at i
Evansville this afternoon and at Iu-,
dianapolis tonight. :
BR VAN IX MONT A A.
Butte. Moot., Sept, 19. Colonel
Bryan began his Montana campaign
with a speech here this afternoon.
Tomorrow will also be spent in Mon-
, tana and Saturday ln Idaho.
Oi'l'.l HEMIC KV CAMIMIf.X
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 19. The dern-!
ocratic state campaign waa opened
here today by Speaker Champ Clark,;
I Senators Gore of Oklahoma and Kern
of Indiana Senator-Elect James, Gov-:
einor McCreary and others. I
JAPANESE ARE CHARGING
SEAL TREATY VIOLATION
Vancouver, B. C, Stpt. Agi'a
tion againBt the present altitude of the
United States on the sealing question
In the Pacific is being carried on by
several newspapers in Japan, according
to advices received here. They claim
the United States is violating the
VOMAN IS ARRESTED AS
A MURDER CASE SUSPECT
Chicago. Sept. 19. Acting upon ad
vices from authorities at Portnee,
Wis., the police today arrested Mrs.
Susan Alice Altemoh. who is wanted
in connection with the death of her
cousin, whose body was found on a
railroad trark near I-odi. Wig., S'-pt. 4.
illnesn Interrupts Trial.
Chicago. Sept. 19. Owing to the ill
ness of Edgar A. Bancroft, counsel
for defendants !n the taking of testl-
" i mony ln the government's suit againat
the ,aternatton&, Harvest
Give More Time. j cruiser saluted with 21 guns, which brewers "are the mairibtay of rational
Washington. Sept. 19 The time , was answered by a shore battery. Vis- and practical temperance." He said
In which Gompera. Morrison and j its were exchanged by officers of ths ' that w hile the population had lncreas
Mitchell may file hppeals from their cruiser and city offlciais The De i ed 200 wr cent between 1870 and 1910.
; contempt court scr.ie.nces was today
i i-.-ucj i.uiu w.t. x uj .t, ,
W'ashinfton, Sept 19. Helen Gray,
i an Investigator whose work at the
j last session of congress for the Gra-
bureau charging concealment of pub
MEN IN 7 STATES
National Republican Committee
Weeds Out Those Who Es
pouse New Party.
New York, Sept. 19. The republican
national committee yesterday accepted
the resignations of I. A. Caswell, from I
Minnesota: C. C. Priestley from'Okla-l
noma, and Walker F. Brown from' for the extradition of Colonel Pasqual
Ohio, and declared vacant the seats orozco Sr. or anv of the other cap
held by Borden B. Whiting from New: , . , o ,1WM
Jersey, William Edwards from West t"red Mextcan insurrectos cap "red on
Virginia and Richmond Pearson from American so,l has been received b
ers. Russ Avery of California was also ! oul-v aont authorized to act in extra
expelled ' dition cases, nor had the Mexican em
ln the cases of William Edwards of : bass-v been btnicted to apply for ex
West Virginia, whose seat was declar- j tradition last night,
ed vacant, and I. A. Casewell of Min- Orozco and four other rebel leaders,
nesota. who resigned, the national com- Flores. Cabaltero. Valdet and Rochim,
niittee voted to ask the state commit
tees of West Virginia and Minnesota,
respectively, to recDmmend their suc
cessors. Mr. Edwards' seat was de
clared vacant because of his "disloy
alty to the republican party."
Franklin Murphy, former committee-
man from New Jersey, was elected to j others of the same kind, H Is quite
fll the vacancy from that utate creat- certain that they will not be allowed
ed by declaring Borden Whiting no to resume their activities against the
longer a member of the committee. I Mexican government. If they were ar
E. C. Duncan was elected to succeed ! rested without arms or as constituting
Richmond Pearson of North Carolina. part of a military expedition, probably
Sherman Granger the. choice of the they cannot be held as military prls
state committee, was elected to sue-1 oners.
ceed Walter F. Brown, tho riringj There is no doubt that they can he
member from Ohio, and J. A. Harris I lu,1(1 hv officers of the department of
w as eiecteci successor to l,. -riestiey
: 0f Oklahoma
After disposing of those cases the
committee took up the situation in Cal
ifornia, where Russ Avery had not re
signed, though he is a Roosevelt man.
A telegram was later, received from
Russ Aver announcing his resignation
but this was not recognized, his seat
being declared vacant on a vote to ex
pel him. The following sub-commit-ee
was appointed by Chairman Hillles
to consider the situation in California
and recommend Mr. Avery's successor:
SMnuel A. Perkins, Washington; Ralph
Williams, Oregon, and Representative
i Tji, h w ramrnn Art-yon oil mem.
! liev 8 of tho national committee. This
: a( tion was taken, it was explained, be-
cause a majority of the state commit
tee of California are Roosevelt men.
Forty states were represented by
committeemen or their proxies when
the national committee couvened. One
of the absent members, Thomas A.
Marlow of Montana, was represented
by Gus Karger.
There was a joint session of the na
tional committee, and the advisory
j committee lasting until after 6 o'clock
last night. Chairman llilles reported
that the situation in rue various states
in regard to electors and which was
unsatisfactory at the beginning of tho
campaign, is now in good shape. He
eaid that of the KiO electors on tho
republican tickets ln several states
who turned out to be Roosevelt men,
a'l had been replaced except In tho
states of Kansas. Nebraska ami Cali
fornia. In California Taft electors
will be placed on the ticket under some
other name than that of the republican
A resolution was adopted calling up
on the electors of Nebraska and Kau
sar. who were named as republicans,
but who are now for Roosevelt, to at
rVULLIUIM Ur nAILhUAUb
Chicago, Sept. 19. Testimony was
bfgun today before Chairman Prouty ;
of the interstate commerce commifl-'
sion on a petition of the Michigan
Hardwood Manufacturers' association1
t.hing that the transcontinental
It eight bureau operating from Chicago!
to the Pacific coast be required to es
tablish an SO-cent rate on hardwood
li'inber from the southern Michigan'
peninsula. Reparation of $J.' 'i.0'"m
because of the 85-cent rate in force. ,
for two years is asked. '
FOR ADDITIONAL LOCKS
Washington, Sept. 19 A final step
by the government to condemn lands
Ittween St. Mary's river and the Soo
c?r:al in Michigan for additional locks
waa taken today when proceedings in
a condemnation suit was hied in th
supreme court. Iower courts awarded
l;.nd owners nearly a million dollars.
CRUISER DES MOINES IS
ON ITS WAY TO VERA CRUZ;tLi
Tampico, Mexico, Sept. H (Delayed! here today with representatives from
The United States cruiser Des ail parts of the country. In his ad
Moines arrived ln Dort today. The dress President Hunnert declared th
Moines will proceed to Vera Cruz aad
. otccr ports.
No Requdst is f;Udc for
Father of Command-
SOME OF MEN RELEASED
Four Important Prisoners Are
Taken to Marfa, Texas, for
Washington. Sept. 19 No request
me 6'aie aepanmeut, w muu is mo
were sent yesterday by Captain Mitch
ell, whose men captured them, from
Presidio to Marfa. Texas. Other pris
oners of less Importance have been
While the United States has not yet
decided what to do with Oroico and
commerce ami labor under the imml-
gratlon laws on a general charge of be
ing undesirable aliens. If they should
threaten trouble or refuse to abstain
from further acts, of hostility against
the Mexican government, American
inimlgration officials would he prlr
Ueged to export them at any point
they choose, which might be easily
some place in the possession of the
Marfa. Texas. Sept. 19. Colonel Pas
qual Orozco, Sr., and four other staff
officers of Pascual Orozco, Jr., rebel
commander of the north, arrived horo
last night from Presidio, Texas, to
which point they fled after the rebel
defeat at Ojinaga, Mexico. They were
In custody of United States Marshal
Matthews and a squad of United States
The Mexican consul here has filed tt
complaint against all of the prisoners,
charging violation of the United States
The examining trial will be held to
day before United States Commission
Douglas, Ariz.. Sept. 19. Word
through official sources last night had
it that Yaqul Indians captured tho
town of Altar. Sonora, after a desper
ate battle. The hostiles laid waste
tho town and killed defenseless resi
dents and attacked women and girls.
Information believed to be authentic
was received here last night that the
combined forces of the rebels south
of Douglas at Morelos, planned anoth
er effort to capture Agua Prleta.
EROOKS THREAT LETTERS
TO POSTAL AUTHORITIES
Chicago, Sept. 19 Letters threaten
ing violence to Miss Virginia Brooks,
the "Joan De Arc'" of West Hammond.
III.. Unless she Mnnoeil her .-!, r. r...
i Bade in that village, werts turned
; oypr to the postal authorities today.
Miss Brooks declares she Is not
frightened a id w ill continue tfc-:
fight, with more vigor.
Killed In Quarrel.
Rockgord. Ill . Sept. 19 --Jose Ra
Trin:s of San Antonio, Texas, waa kill
t'd and Franr Hco Bass was wounded
during a quarrel among circua e;n
pioyes starting at Roche lift and con
tinued here A negro believed to have
done the shooting disappeared. "
In Fact Ho Claims to Ee Main
stay of the Rational and
the consumption of beer bad Increased
i'liu per cent. .