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i r-, was t port fell J a great ill Mayor GaJ. r hearing the v&rrsfx BiiL-ut ral min utes. He deemed at Ik J any statement, apparently :tant to credit the report. Later o the news was c J J tho presideut Bald to the nowst men: "I am very corry to learnW the as sault upon Colonel Roosevelt and am Blad to learn no harm was done." At the time the president mado this statement bulletins rom Milwaukee gave the assurance that Colonel Roose velt had sustained practically no la Jury. Tho speakers at tho din-ier avoided reference to tho reports, l)ut the news had soon spread to all and there v& so much discussion of tbe reports tlint little attention was given to the speaker. Governor Wilson was ut"li!s- hsvuio at Princeton, N'.'J., when newspapermen of the physicians that h4 would be permitted to sleep uutll 0 u. m., when he will be 1 moved to the Pr-Kbytsyian hospital, carefully examined and It will then be determined how serious aro h"is Injuries. ; . Two Americans Held for R .nsom. El Psbo. Two Americans are being held lor heavy ransom by Mexican rebels. John T. Cameron, El Paso stock broker, removed from the Mex ico Northwestern train, held up by reb eis, is held for $15,000. Arthur McCor mlck, foreman of tho Palomas Lana and Cattle Company ranch, also is held for ransom, on the American ranch property. "The money or the hostage's death!" is the rebel warning in botfc caues. Mrs. Roosevelt Told at Theater. New York. Mrs. Theodore Rooso velt was attending a rtJislcal comedy at a Bi-ondway theatcr't the time the attempt was made upon her husband's life. The news was broken to her as she sat In a box with a party oí friends. In fear that the announce ment of tho attempted assassination might te made from the stage and be an unnecessarily great shock to the Colonel's wlie, George W. Perkins, chairman of the executive committee of the National Progressive party, dispatched a messenger to Mrs. lioosc velt. To Pick 4,000 Cars of Apples. Grand Junction. About 2,0t0 cars of apples rninuin to be shipped from the Grand valley, and there is many more to be cent out of the Delta mid Montrose sections. Deranged by Altitude. Pueble W. G. Wamplin of Mc Clomb, III., became temporarily do ranged while passing through th-a Royal Gorge. Dozing at Milwaukee. Racine. Colonel Rooccvelt was do Ing in his bed half an hour after tho train left Milwaukee The Colonel had walked to the train from tho mo tor car that brought him to tho sta tion. He admitted he was somewhat tired. Chinamen and White Man Killed. New York. Three Chinamen and a white man were Instantly killed and three white men seriously wounded in a shootln.s affray in Chinatown. Woman Identifies McNamara Checks, Indianapolis. Checks by which the government charges the executive board of the International Association of Brldgo and Structural Iron Worker! allowed. J. J. McNamara $1,000 t month to buy explosivos were Identl fled by Mrs. A. J. Hull of Omaha at the "dynamite conspiracy" trial. I Princeton, N'.'J., when neiyspapprniun I IS .'', - A I in Privlscd him of the atteujA,to kill tho V i A V , ' -i1 vosslve candidate fuV!dent. jL.W' i , ' V kwith the greatest 1 ha thai 1 jT' ' i J Yls," said Oovcrf lA'itson, I " "vy - T )!eo thlon dt I" , . r a (T SHOT NATION BY N STREET CONSIN. SERIOUS THEN TAKEN TO D LATER ICAGO. r Union N Fcrvlr ogy of Assassinations. Iirahiim Lincoln was hnt In Is lln-atiT. WashniMon 1). ('.. Iii-ll 11 t.i:'. ,ir Inhn 'l'llli.a llixilh, whu was killed near Krtil- crii ksliurK. Vu.. April 26, 186.", by StTKfaiil lio.iton 'rlett. James A. Gurflfld wan shot In the Pennsylvania railroad uVnot. WanldiiHlon I). C. July 2 1881. by C'lmrW-s Juli Uulteau, who was hiiPKed at Washington June 3D. 1VS2. (iarfleld died of his wound at Klhertim, Lour Branch, N. J.. September 19, ISM. William McKlnlev was shot twice September 6, 1901. while In the Temple of Music at the Pan American exposition, Huffalo. N. V., and died from his wounds at the home of John Mllburn, Buf falo. September 14, 1H01. The as sassin. I,ula CíoIrokz. was elec trocuted at Auburn prison Octo ber 29, 1901. Andrew Jackson wns attacked with a gun In the capítol at Wash ington January 29, mj, by a house painter named Klchard 1-awrence. but the gun was not discharged and Lawrence was overpowered. Chicago. Colonel Theodore l'.oose velt was shot In the abdominal re gion shortly before 8 o'clock Mon day night while sitting In his auto- the GiJT- tck kee, about fo Btart auditorium to deliver his duled adt)res6. According to latest accounts the bul let i.- embedded in the muscular tissue and the wound is not serious. The would-be murderer was John Schrank, of New York City, a man ap parently demented on the subject of the third term. Ho was captured and locked up. Unconscious of the wound, Colonel Roosevelt proceeded to the auditori um, and when his condition was dis covered, in spite of the protest of his physician, he made a stirring ad dress on tho subject of his attempted murder. Weakened from loss of blood and at the conclusion of his speech he was taken to the Emergency hospital, where, after an examination by phy sicians, the nature of his wound was ascertained. It was not considered serious enough to compel a stay in Milwau kee, and at 12:50 a. m, he was taken aboard his special train on a slow run to this city. The colonel announced that he would spend the night on the train and after a few hours here would go to Indianapolis to fulfill his engage ment there. It was expected that he would be left in his car until 6 o'clock. Tentative arrangements were mnde here to take him to the Presbyterian hospital if it was deemed advisable. The special train left for this city on the Chicago & Northwestern rail way with the patient under the care of three physicians. ,." That the wound was not more seri ous was due to the fact that the bullet was spent in passing through the col onel's army overcoat, spectacle case and the manuscript of his contem plated speech. If he Is open-ted upon for the re moval of the bullet, Dr. John B. Mur phy, nssistid by several leading Chi cago surgeons, probably will officiate. Milwaukee Win ii he was Bhot here, Roosevelt's life probably was saved by the manuscript of the speech which he delivered. The bullet struck the manuscript, which retarded its force as it passed through Into the flesh. The shooting took place In the street in front of the Hotel Gilpat rlck. Princess Alice Shocked by Attack. Cincinnati. The news that her father had been seriously Injured at Milwaukee was received with the greatest anxlvty hero by Mrs. Nicholas Ixngworth, daughter of Colonel Roose velt, and wife of Congressman Nich olas Longworth. Reached Chicago. Chicago. The special train carry ing Colonel Roosevelt arrived In Chi cago at 3:38 Tuesday morning. Tho Colonel was sleeping. K A i m IAN i i U yli)viikre, about (o Btart HAPPENINGS I N NEW MEXICO WMttrn Newspaper I'nluu News Servlct. DATES FOI1 COVl.Vti EVENTS. Nuvember 1S-20 .Meeting of Scottish Kite Consistory, at Suma Ké. November S0-Í l'ecos Valley Poul try Show Hoswell. Celebrated Columbus Day. Albuquerque. The Knights of Co iumbus of Albuquerque celebrated Co lumbus day. Saturday, October 12, ani exemplified three degrees of the order :n Sunday. Would Stop Slaughter of Wild Game. Silver City. The first steps toward he systematic protection of the game and fish, which is already known as ne of the attractions of the country ributary to Silver City, were taken .tt the recent meeting of the Chamber of Commerce. Soldiers to Be in Os-Aple Parade. Santa Fe. The military manceuvera to be presented by the various bodies of the United States army in garrison et Fort llliss on the second day of the Os-Aplo jubilee, the annual fall festi val of El Paso, to Lo held on October 23, 24 and 25, will be tho grandest ever witnessed in the southwest. Train Ditched. Santa Fe. The southbound passen ger train slid Into ths dutch about seven miles North of Artesia and by some miracle no one was killed and only o.ie man was seriously injured. The place was in tho old soft spot of tho Pea Vine tracks where a few months ago a passenger train went into the ditch. f , Beachey Flirts Witt Death. Albuquerque. After making a num ber of thrilling glides In exhibition flights at the State Fair here, Avia tor 1-i.icoln Beachey, flying in a stiff wind, fell 100 feet, his machine strik ing a barbed wire fence. Beachey was badly shaken up and suffered in i ivor cuts and bruises. The bi-plaue was partially wrecked. ptri Oil Work at Artesia. Artcsiav The Pacos Valley Oil & Gas Company has two pangs of men at work, ue on Brown lease and the other at .flartin. The Drown well has made tweUty-fivu barr'is A high grado oil per day when under pump, and tho drillers now ft workjsetting the packet expect this well to make at least 100 l rrelíj W day. Beekjng a Desperado. i i ' Silver Ciil --homewheie in the wilds of thelü-'T Creek district the rugged G viso, who kill near Glob $500 rcwar ! i taw I trail. a in an in a deputies who Mr. Carlevi Adjudgi Santa Rosa.-1.Mrs. J. E. Carley, who has been in jaU here M'r.wing the shooting of G.-.-yigd Dris-H.iham and Miss Cora rStuiermun at Ricardo, was held tú bu insane by a Jury ap pointed by Judge David J. Leahy to inquire into her mental condition. The verdict recommended that Mrs. Carley be at once committed to the state hospital for thd insane at Las Vegas. Fawcett Elected Grand Chancellor. Albuquerquo. W. Q. Fawcett of Roswell was chosen grand chancellor cf the grand lodge, Knights of Pythias. The various sessions were attended by many Knights from all over the state. Some new laws were enacted that will result In an increased memberchjp. Other officers elected were; O. V. C, Howell Ernst, Clayton; G. P., It. McCreary, Magdalena; G. M. of E., J. A. Smiley, Socorro; G. M. A. John Zimmerman, Santa Fe; G. I. G., R. D. Smith, Lordsburg; G. O. G., O. A. Burtner, Albuquerque. Funeral Directore Elect Johneen. Albuquerque. The following officers for the year 1912-1913 were elected at the seventh annual meeting of the New Mexico Funeral Directora' and Embnlmers' association, held at Albu querque; President, Thomas A.John sen, Las Vegas; first vite president, Clark Dilloy, Roswell; second vijo president, G. W. Borrowiale, Magda lena; third vice president, J. W. Peak, EI Paso, Texas; secretary, R. M. Thome, Carlsbad; treasurer, J. A. Mahoney, Doming. The association again selected Albuquerque for the annual meeting next year. The meet ing was a successful one, being well nttenutd, anil was concluded with a banquet at the Alvardu hotel. The State Board of Embalmors held its ex aminations nnd several applicants were granted licenses to practice In New Mexico. Let Contract for New Court House. Los Lunas, The county commis sioners, In regular session, opened bids for the rebuilding of the court e and Jail recen'ly destroyed by bouse lire, ana awarded the contract for a new structure to replace the old one. which was a landmark in this section. Denver Aviator Up 3,000 Feet. Albuquerquo. Aviator Roy N. Fran cis of Denver, In a biplane of his own construction, reached an altitude of 3,000 .'cet. Want More Tomatoes. Lakewood. The cannery is running every day when there is enough toma toes to justify, and turns out at the rate of a carload of the canned product per day. The cool weather has kept tho tomntocs from ripening and hence tbuy are not coming In fast enough to keep the cannery running all the timo. Boye Released. Springer. Two boys were released from the New Mexican reform school In this r-','. having served their terms. Lv tuuiury. U,USU O AT- I cil.L . . V . I . u--p V hno denut -.sheriffs I ...., 'I , J . I U1LIZ.IM1 .a kJlltV v .1 "V 1 It 1 i or the .-WitaT V I L LITTLE NEW MEXICO ITfc tí. V Minor Occurrences of More Ti.i ' Ordl nary Interest. 'j VTriUro ." f!"' -nioB Neva ern . Santa Fe Elks have dedicated their new home. i . The Santa Fe will erect (U 110,000 depot at Portales. epot at Portales. j The Southwestern Coal r j ates at Columbus have been comr Several carinada nr r.f is raisnd near Cloudcroft have beeiliarketed. Rees H. Beddow of GallupVMcKinley county, has been appointed Aate mlne Inspector. The El Paso keynote tirade excur sion was iu Sliver City aad remained four hours. f The Portales Storage, Csmpany has its potato storage plant almost ready for business. J The people of ArtenlVere horri fied to learn that J. r Atkinson had killed himself. W Fire destroyed th mington can ning factory, the luVyiueing $10,000, with no Insurance. y Large shipments off livestock are being made f.-om a number of New Mexico points There Is beinj arranged a rabbit shoot between Silver City and Deui lng, to take place October 24. The Wagon MÁiibllee was an exhibition of wbT V section can do in the way oj JJg fine crops. In a night wrav n the Bridge bar at Las Vegas A'. .Kfoya shot H. R. Lowe, w-ou!N jse merely but not fatally.' "f A Mu xlcan laborer, Nestor Escaval, was feui fully mangled on the Santa Fe tracks, about cur miles from Ra- fton, near Kipta. Jesus Lopez was arrested at Silver City and pTacetSi the county Jail on a charge of stabbing his wife, Josefa Montes de Lope. The Las Vegns High School Girls' Glee Club has begun rehearsing for a one-act operetta which it plans to present NoveCper 1. Rev. B. L. Wray, of Kansas City, conducted a series of gospel meetings in a tent on the lots of the Christian church at Caq-sbad, E. -G. McNu.bb, who shot and killed Herbert H;tn;ts in Vaughan, October 13, 1910, was found not guilty by the Jury trying his case. In all probability a petition will be circulated in Silver Cfty asking that the postoffice be kept open for the distribution cf mail on Sundays. A. A. Fairchlld vas arrested at Ala- mogordo aal taken to Tucumcarl by Sheriff wPI where he ,is charged with having obtained money under false pretenses. The question of a new Santa Fe pas senger dtpot for Silver City has teen practically settled and settled in a way rd satisfaction to every r City ten months old btH-ter- ed by F. W. I'agM of wan' -I first prizt Jfor .I''J1L;V:U HI 1-OK ...... .. . mierqu. V I general superlut lilent e with lieadauarterH at Juntujwa In the Duke City laying plans fori the rebuilding of the depot, which wni destroyed by fire, f Roswell) was given the commuilty booth prizV and J. J. Beck the Individ ual booth jirize by the Judges fo the agricultural and horticultural depart ment of tht annual Pecos Valley Fair The twenty-eighth session . of the New Mexicli English mission and the Spanish rnikslun conference was held at Raton. This was the fifth time that the "Gate "ity" has entertained the mission siucie it was organized. L. ' Vanlaildingham, an electrician employed byi the Chino Copper Com pany, met his death by electrocution. Vanlandinghajm was in charge of the pumping station at the B ranch, about a mile from the mill at Hurley. 'Bud" Lee,) formerly a prominent stockman of Quay county, but now of Old Mexico, it is reported, has been cleaned out by the rebels. He has telegraphed friends In Tucumcarl for assistance to get out of the country. Two prisoners In the San Juan county Jail came near making their get-away by sawing through the bars, but were caught Just before they suc ceeded In getting the opening large enough to pass their bodies through. One of the most pleasant social events of the season occurred at tbe Westbrook-Hel'd'iall, when the Laurel Bachelor Club Otertained the mem- bers of tbe J. lí .G. Club and other friends at cardatirid dancing. The splendid uuowlng of live stock In all departments at thp year's Pecos Valley Fair has been freely comment ed upon, not alone by valley residents who had opportunity to see the fine specimens in the parade and at the show grounds, but by Prof. H. H. Simp- son of the State Agricultural College, head of the animal industry of the state, who officiated as judge of all classes. A special feature. of tbe second an nual show of the Pecos Valley Poul try Association, to be held in Roswell November 20th, 21st and 22nd, will be the giving away every night of the three days of the show of a pen of thoroughbred fowls. Alvan N. White, head of the Depart ment of Education, has sent out a let ter to the members of the Boards of County Commlssipners throughout the state, urging them to pay the expenses of the county school superintendents to the state education meeting in Al buquerque, November 7th to 9th. Santa Fe is to have a large, modern and model dairy. That is the news given out following the visit of N. B. Stern, a New York millionaire, who has purchased a tract of 300 acres of fine farming land In which Frank Owen was largely interested. , A pumpkin grown by E. F. Hart, on his ranch four miles east from Nolan, which weighs forty pounds and is tbe largest of its kind that has ever been raised in or around Nolan, 1b on ex hibit at the postoffice and will, be taken both to Wagon Mound and Ra ton for exhibitfr-." r1 Pure From Start to Finish. Tbr U DcrhD nothlnr In dally use In th bom In which purity U to Im portant aa It 1 In baklnf powder. Oa ita purity depends th purity ot the ma terial ud. th íiccs of the tk!rr. etc. And poaaiDiy u on Uilnr tnat naa served to make Calumet Baaing Powder so much of a favorita with the critical cook oí th country, la the fact that Calumet It pur from at art to flnlah. Tou can rely on Calumet's purity for th Imple reason that every ounce ot th material used la flrat tested by ex perienced chemists and then mixed with the utmost ear to Insure Its uniformity. And standing; In the can or changes of weather, etc, cannot alter It In any re spect. But perhaps th best thin of all. Is the fact that Calumet never falls. Every baking- In which Calumat la used, la sur to come from th oven as light and as flurry as you ran wish. This not only means wholesome, tasty foods but a big economy as wall. Try Calumet next hake-Uay It's th best baking powder made for two World's Pure Food Expositions, on In Chicago. 1907, on t Parla, Franc. lSl-hav given it th highest awarda. Adv. A While fo a Time. A Cleveland school teacher writes that she asked her class what was the difference between the expres sions, "a while," and "a time," says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Nobody seemed to have any Ideas on the sub ject. Finally the light of Intelligence was eeen to thine In the eyes of one little boy, and the teacher called upon him to save the Intellectual honor of the class. "I know, teacher!" he cried eager ly. "When papa says he'a going out for a while, mamma saya she knows he'a going out for time!" That's one way ot looking at It Righteous Indignation. Little Ruth waB the youngest daugh ter in a Tery strict Presbyterian fam llythat especially abhorred profanity. One day little Ruth became exceed ingly exasperated with one ot her dol lies. In her baby vocabulary she could find no words to express adequately her disapproval of dolly's conduct Finally, throwing the offending dol ly across the room, she cried, feel ingly: "My gracious! I wish I belonged to a family that sweared!" 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Miller, una prominente señora de Denver, fué lastimada de al guna gravedad en Pittsburg, & conse quencia del desboque de un caballo. ' Diez mil personas tomaron parte en una gran manifestación pública en Chicago, en contra de las autoridades públicas que permiten la prostitución en la ciudad. El séptimo congreso anual de agri cultores será efectuado en el Canada en Lethbrldgc. Estos congresos tienen el objeto de fomentar la agricultura por medio de "temporal.!' Después de haber estado separados por mas do cincuenta arios, creyéndose muertos, George W. Spencer de Okla homa y su madre se encontraron y se reunieron en medio de la moyar feli cidad. Según los últimos reports oficiales dados á conocer últimamente por los oficiales del gobierno, se sabe que hay actualmente recluidos en asilos de 184,712 personas, las cuales distribui das en todo el pais cuestan al erario, y consequentemente al pueblo un gas to de $32,000.000 de dólares. . Notas De Sport. Denver, que ha ganado el campeona to de la liga Western de base ball, cruzará sus bats con los campeones le la American asoclatlon, que son .os de Mineapolis. Los dos teams lu jaran una Berie de siete partidas. Muchoruldo están causando este iño loa juegos de campeonato de base jail que pugarán los - "Giants" de ueva York de la liga Nacional, y los llamados "Red Sox'" de Boston de la .lga Americana. Amóos teams están sn un estado excelente, y cuentan am jos con una gran partida de juga lores. New York cuentra con pltch srs com Tesreau, Mathewson, y Vlarquard, mientras que Boston tiene en su novena nombres de fama como Wood, Coulins, y batsmen como Speaker. De Todas Partes. Mrs. Helen Williams, una esposa Charles Lane,., Lane recibió dos bala zos á consecuencia de los cuales murió. ' El homicidio perpetrado . sobre la persona de Lydla Bel'ger en San Fran cisco, está rodeado de todo el miBterlo y los horrores que nos cuentan los novelistas en muchas de sus terribles novelas. Lob cacos que no temen a la policía, penetraron a una Joyería en Nueva Yiirk en medio del día, y robaron a la ca?a por valor de cinco mil duros, sin 'v i- rr'Ma. ? tj'í'ra cup-n'a de g iye sucedía. l '"- Vn niPcanUmo quej'hs-'S'do inventa de últimamente y que fué instalado en los laboratorios médicos del colegio de Harvard, facilita ' á los doctores conocer el pulso de un paciente por telégrafo o por teléfono. H C. Frick, que compró el edificio de la Iglesia presbiteriana en Pitts burg), y cuyo euiricio va a ser demoli do, está, perplejo por que no sale que hacer con la primera piedra del edi ficio que fué puesta en el año de 18G6, pues tanto, la congregación de fieles como el contratista lí claman. Las elecciones primarias en el esta do de Massachusetts, resultaron en la elección de Eugenio N. Fobs, como go bernador, para un tercer términa por los demócratas. Por el partido de los republicanos Joseph Walker de Brook line fué nominado. Foss fué candidato a la presidencia en la última conven ción de Baltimore. Los directores de un sindicato de perldódicos van A apelar á la suprema corte do justicia en contra de la últi ma orden del secretarlo Hitchcock que hace que los periódicos no digan men tiras con respecto á 'su circulación. Los periódicos embusteros alegau que esa es violar la libertad de prensa y que asi se les pone bajo la jurisdic ción del gobierno. Irlanda, una de las Islas que forman poderoso imperio británico, se en cuentra en las vísperas de una san grienta revolución, con motivo de la notable medida del ' Home rule" que tanto han anhelado los patrióticos ir landeses. tHay dos partidos, los union istas que también se llaman Ulster, y que son los que no quieren el home rule que darla mucha Independencia á Irlanda. El otro partido es el mas po deroso y está formado por los católi cos que constituyen la mayoría. El parlamento británico ha pasado el proyecto de ley dando su autonimfa á Irlanda, (aunque siempre queda unida al imperio británico) y solo falta que el rey firme el proyecto. Los union istas dicen que ellos levantaran una revolución y se opodrán á la medida. El presidente de la asociación Inter nacional de químicos, Don Paul Wal- den, un sabio ruso, ha predicho últl mámente en Chicago que el siguiente descubrimiento en química será la manufactura de huevos compuestos de aire. Después de haber quebrado el re cord fumando cigarrillos. Miss Pauline Mackenzie, hija do un rico minero de Boulder, Colo.,' fué llevada al hospital donde se le está curando del mat que le causó el haberse fumado trescientos cigarrillos en el periodo de veinti cuatro horas.' Las contribuciones totales en la tesorería democrática, para fomentar la campaña que se está llevando á cabo suben á $298,000 as decir cerca de tres cientos mil dólares, según el report publicado por al comité de fi nanzas. El record de las grandee cosechas oue se levantaran este año en todo el país no tiene precedente, y la riqueza que vendrá consigo es muy grande, En todos los departamentos de agri cultura el gobierno predice unas cose- c-aa Jamás levantadas. j BattOoBfkSjrap. Tarta Oofd. Vw la tima. Sold by DrarriiU.