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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
TKIHUNK CtnftMT. VOfi. Mi NO. M. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MlXIdt, WEDNESDAY, DIOIMBER 6, 1011. RVKNINO HKKATiD. VOI. I. NO. 3TI, ARE TQ PACKERS ALEXANDER iNS1 FEDERAL L FITZGERALD SAYS M'VEAGH SENT MISLEADING GOVERNORS TODAY JOSE GOMEZ KILLED BE WITH OP EFFORT IN LOS AN6ELES IN OF ES E TO ELM CASE BY A- MRJORITY STROILY JURY NEXT OF 37,1 DYS Fl AT RINGON miamaras NDGTED GOTO GIVE RBSLAMATION ARE ALBANY w EIGHT BEFQR GRAND URGED GOMRAD ANY LONGER PEERS CURES There Is Ctniideralile Doubt However, as to Value of Confeend Murderer's Testi mony in Court Proceedings, M'MAHIGAL WILL NOT BE SENTENCED YET He at Least, Will Be Used to Trace Inception of Los An gela Times Grime Before He Is Convicted. (Br HvrtrtaK HaraM A. I. !.as4 Wirt) li Angolos, Cal., Dec. . Hub poenna (or tlio McNnmara brothers to appear before- I ho federal grand Jury had net, been Issued up to noon today and Oscar I.nwler, In chaw of ttm government's Investigation into ttio ulleftert dyMmltlHK conspiracy, wan debating with hi nxslstatite ubont tho lioat way to eecure tho desired Infer, motion from tho two prisoners. Thore Is 101110 question, It la enlrt, nn to tho competency or tcatlmony it it confessed nuirdercr iiuch nn James II. McNuinuni anil some Indecision un to tho best wiiy or bringing to tho at tention or tho Knd jury met In tho lioeeessloM of John J. McNnmara. Mr. Uiwlor and Kdwnrd A Reagan, as. alitnnt United Htntea district attorney huro. wrestled with legal plianca ot tho matter today and aa tho grand Jury ilooa not coHvcno until tomorrow It u o.MH-cied thai no decision would bo rcaehced before thefl. Tho brothers apent a gloomy day In their cell, look, log out upon bleak, rainy streets, Hherlff llammel hag orders not to novo tho prlionura until ho hears from Mr. l-awler. Interest today centered not only on the grand Jury proceeding that aro k) cm. few hww expected rove' I at km In t)Mi Franklin bribery cte, which wHI Ke sonwtiHod oh Mettriay. Tke two thing ewaetittite the - .. t ti aual uimilttliif Tho ilNHNHttwf If Ortlo 15. McMohImhI ha wtt yet been determined npon, but It la a fteiH) reieltnlon that ho hum teewy noiora tne tetierai grano Jury befare ho la brought to trial by tho atatft and In hi case at least tho incut Ion ef competency will bo avort-i-d. Malcolm MacLarcn, tho local roprcaefltittlvc of tho dotoctlvo aRuncy which arrested tho McNmnaraa unit McMnnlml, conrcrrcd at length with Mr. Lawler today. rKKtlRHICKH IK MAN OF IKON XKKVK8 In tho queat of the "turn higher up," said tu be Involved In the Ioa Angelre dynamiting plot that rosnitnd In the conrrtxlon or the McNnmnni brother, John O. Fredericks, dlatrlct attorney, la pretty certain to be a looming figure. All through the trial of tho broth era Mr. Frederick ha ahown an un mistakable brand of Judgment and energy. He and hi associates were opposed by the clavereat counsel that could be HHined, but the trial wan a reguhw hratres or victor! fur th prosecution, even before the la atagea, when outside evonta began to undermine the case of the defnnro. Added te Mr, Krederluk'a kwl ncu. men la, a ttf fund ot pereonal pop ularjty.'.ifl CaHfarnI and a alld run fldwice, whkh reaultad In hU renom- Inatlon at tho laat election and hi ultimata victory, even opposed by the lmmenfiy popular r'l-incoin-nooac-veil" wave or reform I" hi warty. In aildlUn to being a atom and rather uncompromising Individual Mr. Proderlcka la a man of Imagina tion and dhHInctlvp aentlment. One of the hat Boaable llluKtratlon of the latter wtaMly waa ahown n little more than a year ago when ho n. funded a meetMft of the Loa Angele "Vote for Women" club. Mr. Fred erick wa Invited to attend mid apeak on "WomBn'a 8f4iere In Poll tica," which he did, but flrat ho got Into the program In a very unexpect ed manner when tho member were naked to alng a eort or parody on "America." Mra. Ilerthn Wllklna Starkweather declining to aim; the recoguUcd veralon on the ground that America waa not tho "land of lib erty," fihfi propoaed a ailbatttute which Milled for women' volea and other tklna boforo admitting the lad or tlbrty clauae. Mr. Frederick remained allent un til tho pronoaal came to a vote, which practk-KHy. w a tie, Then ho nroHu bM got to tho d)Mto, "You are making history here t- nlM," h ,Vwn "In relwaln to alng tho natl4 athm. You are Making tho right Mi vae. but you'll never get It by that ft of tncllra. ( am In favor tif vlff you auffrago, but yok'll newyr at my vote by that at tltwao. TIMr la. a fecttn In yaur tltttdo tWM H WIIOH! WOtM WH TO That wa a imtr tn moat of Ike wwaMi wh ainadtty 'reca44Hrd'' and the riM tMMttam wa read akwd and tktw aM witli etha?amat tkawgh iktm waa a eHty trMi "!a" vate M ttw motlo. Whtvr aaay Wo the trend of th liiiinllaaaMiii h th rnt comiH- cA tm,M wr end ta dyMamtt- HW Mmfmk'U, may h attyaetad that Ht, riadattinaa will lik twrtkl If af1r aaaah f t work m naay halt pHMMWly to Um dtaariet ht ray inf. Wealthy Me Who Control Meat Breduets of Country jTaoe Judge in Chicago Court and Xnter Bleas. HOT GUILTY SAYS HIGH PAID ATTORNEY (Br Bveatear HfftM A, P. l-aaad Wlrel Chicago, Dec. . No apparent further effort to delay tho trial In the United Matea dlatrlct court waa mode oy counsel for the beef puck er when the cnae wna called before Judge Carpenter ' today. Attorney John R Miller nuked that a plen of not guilty lie entered ror each or tho pnekcra. All or tho defendnnta wero In court. Tho packera are: J. Ogden Armour, preMdrnt of Armour A Company! I.oula V. Hwlft. preaident of Hwlft ft Company; Kdwnrd K. Hwlft, Vice preaident or Hwirt & CStnimnyt Charlc V. Hlft, director or Hwlft A Company; Kdwnrd Tllden, preaident or the National 1'acklng company, which tho government contend la tho llleKnl corporation, the truat; Ar thur Meeker. Rnernl manager or Ar mour A Company; Kdwnrd Morrli, preaident or Mnrrl A Company; fraud A. Powler, director or Hwltt A Company. Thomaa J. Connera, au perlntendent or Armour A Company, and Koula II. Ileyman, manager or Mnrrl A Company. The Mtrcme penalty which can bo given the defendant In cnxe of con viction la n M'le of I MOO, or one year tu Jail, or both. HWut RtBENT IS M'TPIE ANOTHER TatTiA f L PMlrl Tmavarftf 'mucn loncinB nnu cxpiaimnR aa mo rather or te wniu xjnperor,men nB(I tlloy workod harder than Mm a VJtoatos in "Favnr nf Skih AMicaies in ravor oi oam Xm, a Manchu and Chinese ' I P4itiekn. TBENCH S0LDIEBS STABT P0B PEKING Itr Hvaatas Herald A. V. Vrtumt Wh-al rVkln. Dec. fi. Prince Chun, the recent and father of the child emper or, abdicated today. Ill phKo aa guardian of the throne l taken Jointly by ghln-llsu, a for mer president of tho national aaaem bly by Shltt lieu, a Manchu prlne and tormer ywiueni oi tnu naiina aa aemblv and Hmi Shi Chang, vie Waal- dent of tho privy ewtncll, REVOLUTIONISTS ARE MAKING CHUIH Han Frnnclaco, Cal., Dec IP tH- natchea received here today IreM ShaiiBtinl by the Chung Hal Yat 1, report tho capture ef Wong P, nenit ot Hankow In the Hunch provVaee ay tho rovoiuiionuia- A battle la said to be la prMrm about tho town of Ha Kan; where tho intiiurlallata havo made a decided atand. FRENCH TROOP ARK OFF TO EKIN Hong Konjr, Dro. 6, A detachment of French troops comlatlng ot 200 men of tho Colonial Infantry and n battery nf four gun arrived haro to- day and have alnco anlled for I'okln DOODLE FATALITY IN AEROPLANE Aviator and His Pateufer Are Thrown Prom Machine and Both Die Frem Their Injuries, (Hr MvealMC HaraM A. I. I Wle Uindun, Deo. 8. A double uvlutlon fatality occurred at Fllry, near Hear kofough, Yorkaiilre thla morning. Mahrt Oxtey. un nvtur, waa killed Imdantly and hi pnaeenter, KoWrt WekM, aitffcred Injuriva from which k died aoon offer. M1I.1TAHY lIK!afMK H1M.KH A nNcotin Park). Dec. . Tm nltry iHrWIna HihVM Adjutant Ktau, hU tk world' nltltada record rr dtrkttM iMhVMma today hy NaeafidHVf 7,l With Ferty-Stven Precincts Missinf Good Gavernment Candidate for Mayor Has a Lead of 31,300. JOB HABBLMAK IS PLEASED WITH GAINS (Br RTealnar Herald A. I. t4 U'lra) lx A ii Re I oh, Col., Dec. fl -Tho to tal voto of 2T0 out of 317 prcclncta that participated In tho election yea lorday allowed to-lny: Mayor fleorgo Aloxnndcr (Goad (lovornmcnt), r,H,3RR. Job llntrlnihii (Soclnllal), 37,0(14. Alcxnndur' majority, 3l,:i00. Tho lorty-koveu mUalni: prcclnctH went oxpentcd to awoll Alexandor'a lend to inoru than 37,000. Tho prohibition amendment, wna beaten nppnrcutly by nn ovcu Rrentor majority. The (lood Oovornment ami CltUena' commlttco force mado n clean .hwccp for their ticket At ono tlmo laat nlsht It aoemitl Hint Frank W'6llc, formerly editor of tho Morning ilor nld, n ml Soclnllut rnndldnlo for coun cil, nilRlit pull tliroiiHh, but Inter ro turiiB thin morning criiBhed hl hope. Joli llnrrlman defeated Hoclallat candldato for nuyor. KiaucJ n atato ment today. In which ho aaaortod that tho abowlnp: of the tioclnltit was In rcnlliy, n trcmondou victory "Our cuniHa atnrta today." ho declared. "Wb will tako tho Icglaln turo next year." Oeorgo Alexander, (lood aovcrnmcnt candidate for mayor, who doloated Jirii llarrlmun, Soclnllat, yeatorduy tn the city election liore, wna londlni; narly 17,000 vote at 8 o'clock thla mornlHg. At that tlmo tho vote In ii m oi ino Jii prorincia iibu nevn ........ i .. . . . - i ... . i-tmnivu. AiexHiiiier n vuio ill ioue preclncta totalled -10,371 and llnrrl man' 23,833. As tho count progrcaacd today alat8,Hfita were mudo by election or fklata that women caat naarly 76.U0O iHMw, of mro than haK tha tntal vote. Ttm alfi'gt, 0! tM la tanwii l4ay by atatuwuntw ef foriwor prominent et imtefi(i"tf auffniKO that they had Iieeu cimvertcd. Klcctton board membcra declared that tho women not only out-voted tho men In nearly ait tho preclncta but allowed .uorti nptltudo In hand ling tho ballot. They caat their vote more quickly, they did not need as n"'n for tllc,r '"vorlto candidate. triu.in nmf m.ui in Jjiih ?,l,"0 ow A WQJ. I air Ida KM in at art a tM nam aauuaa More concluilvely than the 4cfat ot llnrrlman, wore practically vorlnd by later returni today. Scaft. wIm I waa ono of tho nttornoyg fr the dyiaa 'niltora. la prealdont of the mtwtklfifll acNoal board. Ho wa candidate ter re-election on tho (oo! OevaVMitWR' ticket and ran more than 40,Mf Ma4 uvmmi iiiv real oi nig UCKef. Stel InTMtigation Cemmittee Sends Polite Hequeet to Oil Xing and Minister to An swer Charges. (By ftvoafaf Herald A. V. beaatd VTk waahlnRtntt, 1). C, Dec. 0. John u. Hockcfullor nnd Hov. Fred D. Untca, mauaKcr of Mr. Hockefellor'a char Itlea, wcro today Invited by Chairman Htonioy or tlio htmao at col truat invca tlgntinz commlttco tn appear before tho tommlttca next Monday, If thoy care tu do to, to reply to charge by tho Merrltt llrothcra of Minneaota. conccrnltiR Ino (20,000,000 Meaaba ore proiertica in Mlnnoaotn. JAMES HARLAN TO Prtiident Taft Announets That He Will Name Son ef Late Chief Justioe As Com Mre Commissioner. fXw lrala MaeaM A. I. Iaaml WWl WiwMiMteti. D. CI . Deo. . rreet Mt Tail MmMinced today that Ml IIwhM to the aenato prohaWy ITndraday the uame m Jama m. r. HiMi. iNtfrraiata eewmetee commlaeaaat . to iMMitlMue In that aoMnon. Mr, Uteri, who la a von o the Mt Jtw- M Harlan or tho aunrMne cawt, w Im niiBiiilwateil for a aevi-yr lm ROCKEFELLER M REUAjf LAND GOOD JOB Prominent Students of Con servatien-ef Waters and Lands in Lrrigatien Con gress Make Strong Speeches SWAMPS OP SOUTH ABE WOXTH MILLIONS Mr. Leake el.New Orleans De clares Tht Useless Land of Today Can Be Drained for But Ptw Dollars. (Br Kreataa- Kaeatd A. is uim Wire) Chicago, Dec, C.-Ufnrty auppnrt of federal control of nil reclamation nod Irrlgntlon phiJiHh wa urged by apenkera heforo the Notional Irriga tion congreaa tniiay II. v. Fletcher. n delegate from IlltnitlK, pointed out that many atato were reluctant to aurrender their right and that thla tendency retarded ths wholo recla mation movement, W U Park, vlco prccldcnt of the Illinoli Central rail road, declared atate nlttrol of recln- mutton would bo Impracticable, aa no Mute had the rcxour.m properly to uudert.ki the proj. i u now r-eog- nlxed to '.e ew'jntlni ti the develop ment of the ii fid ct'tin of the wont. Tho exprcaiiorn a'ipportiha federul control followed, crltliUm that "bit- reoiierattc red-tape" m the govern ment rcclamntltMi acrvten wua delay ing IrrlBotluit. made by Fred White- aide, a dploRnto,from Montana. Hunt er u. i.eiiKc oreu- iMicuiin tola mo congreia that tMi awnnip land or tho touth could lie; drained ror M0 an ncre. nnd thai when drained they would he worth tint) un acre. Arlxomi, whoa advent Into the union or ntatvH was recently celebrat ed, had her day at tbo land aliuw to day. Cltrua fruit, dutea, riga and other tropical and aeml-iroplral prod uct were on atwvv to aid In getting favor ror thn now ttnte. Hlchard Allen or Ariaonn; John Ormn, preaident nf the Halt Ulver Valley Wtaer mrt' naaoclatlon; K. V, Fowler, nreaMcnt of tho KaMowal trrigallnn ctnr.' and Dwiattt H. Heard were on 'tho Hat of speaker. Wyoming exhibit or uniltm and granrca nttrneted rrowda yeaterduy. U hair or the preacitt tour- Ut travel to Kurnpe could bu diverted to the weal, more thun n iiuartcr or a billion dollar now apvtit abroad annually would be held In circulation In the united HtitUn, according tu C. J. . JJIanclmrd, atntla tlrlan or the I'nlted Htatea reclnma lion aervlce. In an tuldre before the National Irrigation congreaa hero to night. Mr. Dhoiclmrd deacrlbed tho great nntural acenle nttmctlona of the weal, declured tin ao-called American deacrt la dtanppearlnii nnd urged Americana to undertake an Impcctl'in trip through what waa once tho arid weat, Yellowatone Park, Glacier Park, Crater Lake, Yoncmlto Park, the O rand Canyon of Arliona. all present hn Infinite varlett 'of acenle attrac tion which would make audi u trip more worth while than trip or Ku- rope, according tu Mr. ltlanchard. "Tho knowledge or the wct nnd t reaourcea gained by Hie tourist would Incrcaae til confidence In weaiern aecurltira and would enaour age lurger Invi-atment." he aald. "A wider knowledge or tho west will fn tlm compel congreaa to obnndon Ita long continued policy or Indifference and neglect or our.parki nnd will bring more liberal UMmiprlntlnnx ror their mnnugemrnt "Instead or it level plain or un- baked, ahirtlng luind, our dexert la a region or varied and Intereitlng to- pography. with very gradation or cllmato from aenil-traplc to north temperate, ii posaeeaca an tile en matea nf Europe wlillu Ita aeenlo wonders have no rival In any coun try. In our deacr' proper aro locat ed nil thv Important national pnrka, whose &.00P.UUO nerea of territory embrace more naiiiral wondera thun can bo round In all other purta of tlio world. "Our now aecritary of the interior 1 advocating n rinlte nud prnctP-al policy for thv iiiluuuiitrallon of theao nluvurounda of tn. lieonlu. He ahould hovo tho hearty -opernm or every patriotic Anion- nn wIioho pride or country extend bvoiid hla own door yard. Two economi" problema or obvl- oua Importance ntfront the people or the country t iiay, vti,: increasing the opportunitleM (or, our cttUciiN tn nequlro homca ot their own and n larger production per acre or ataplo crop. While wr have not yet reach ed tho ucule staxu In tho struggle for existence wlu n prevails In many purls of the old ord and tho Orl ent, wo aro ton fur removed from that critical perl- J when overpopula. tloit and under production shall oa como vital nuest 'n With us. 'Tho enormous incree In tho coat of the necciuarli-a of Itfo furnish abundant evidence or Mw Imperative need ot better running." Mr. Hlnnchard deacrlhcd tho ac- cnmpthihments of Mm reclamation aefvlce. In eight year 7,000 mllea of canal have been du, l mllea of tumMk have been excavated through mountain nnd ttiree of tho greatest Irrigation datua In the world have Meat btdlt. Water Haw hi available Wr l.atH.COl acres of tend upon which 14,000 famlllM arc mw llvlmr, fCatHlnned on Page I, CsaHW 8.1 Chairman of House Committee on Appropriation Declares That Treasurer's Estimates Are Not Correct. PENSION LEGISLATION WILL BE ACTED ON (Hy r.Tralaa; He rata A. I'. I.aaaed Wire) TODAY IX COXtJHKHS. Ki:TI-Nui lii aoMlon. Meet Thurtday S p. m. I.urimer anatorlal Inquiry repumeit. Monetary commission resumed ex vutlve sessions. Anti-trut legislation dlseused at SMintr committee hnnrlug. llot;l-Mui at noon. MlrcellnneotiH Hill considered under call ut commttteea. J. D. ttovkerellar nnd Itev. F. D. Ontea Invited to up- pear Mondny bororo sftel commltt"' CloveriiliU'iit cstlmutM httackvd oa misleading hy upproprlatlolii commit tee iialrmiui. Diplomatic recall urged by Ilcp- rem nlotlve Merger. Socialist, mi ac count of Uusslaii passport trouble. World's sugar price probed by sugar inquiry eommltte. Ttrtrf )litn dlsoussed by Demoornt on ways and minus committee, Congress probably will not not on Persian Indli'tmt-nt. Itepresontatlvr HIniH claimed bill abolishing r.iuimereo court would bo passed. Itallroud physical valuation bill In troduced by lci) (Wisconsin.) Mine resoun work government liabil ity bill (Missed, Adjourned at 3:03 p. in. until noon Thursday. WnshiiiKton, D. C, Dec. d. Chair man Fltsgenild or tho house commit tee on appropriations today charged that Hccretnry MeVcngh had sent to congress misleading estlmuUs or tho needs or the government for the next llscal year Instead of constituting a saving, as Indicated by, Ike face of IIhi Hgurea, Mr. FltageraW .aaya llje Treasury department'f ft aMmtTtrV call ror aggrcgutn iipproprtations or izo,- 733.023 more thun last year. pkxsioxk vii.i in: PASSIHI THIS HIXSIOV Washington, D. C. Dec. Hs Pen- slon legislation early In this session ot congresa la certain to bo pressed. Dtmocrntlc Leader Underwood .or the house, Is nuthorlty ror the statement that some service pension bljls will bo linssed before Christmas. Party lead era In tin home hnvo agreed, It Is re ported, to get tho service pension leg islation out ot thu way n early a pnrsltile. DE TS START TO REVISE THE TARIFF Underwood and His Commit tee in Session Today But No Announcement is Made Al though Plans Are Discussed (Br Kvaalss Itcrald A. P. I.aaaed Wire) Washington. I), i' . Dec . The llrst meeting or the Democratic members of the house committee on ways and means since the adjournment of con gress last August was livid today. Chnirmail Underwood and Ills cnU leagues discussed the general turlfC situation and considered tho plan ot action for ttu session. N'o nitlinuneeinont waa made. Tho committee, however, will begin at otirr tile prellmlnarv work ot revising srhedub'S. Included In tho program fur liirirf revision will be wool. Iron and si. ci, sugar, agricultural !inpl incuts and food stuffs. IN TENNESSEE Even Womnn is Put to Death in Horrible Manner By Mob Boause of Blaoks Who Were Tenants on Land, (Br stvaariaw Haratd A. P, L44 Wr) Meanp'.tla, Tenn , De 0 --Two no- g-roe .-. and una vounu nesress were burned to deuth by a mob or whllo tenantiwha nbiiu'i in itm oi-puiiiinev of liwkv eroc, near Havannah, iv"".. jwsrrssy, according' 10 meager reports ifaiarst bora today. The lytseMikc tiU to havo oe curred ton s from Clifton, Tenn MOGRA BURNED AS GOESTS OF TRATJ5ITY They Are Escorted to Hotel By Troop of Cavnlry and Given n Luncheon By Gov ernor nnd Business Men. ANOTHER AUTO TRIP FOR THEM IS PLANNED (Hr r.vmln llrrald A. I. leased U'lra) Albany. N. Y., Dec. 0. Albany wel eoni' d tbi western governor and their party today, nn the wuy from Utlea th w.a rn.ir's special iiindr u atop nt Hchtli-vtiiil). A cominlltre of etlUen met Hit- pnrty nt tho rtntlon here and, miller weort of troop Ii envolry, pro oeedcii to u loan! hotel, where Oov ernr Dix nnd Mliyor Meltwiin cnllnd o f- miniitos Inter lo bid the gover nors w. 'leoine, loiter tho visitor went to the capltol nnd ally hull to return th. calls. HoM iiKir Dix nttsnded u lunuhenii at i, ip iiotnl given by bimliiffw man In honor nt the Visitors. Th, plans for tho afternoon Includ ed an mitomiiblKi rids about tho oity and a r.-ptkm nt th exetullvc mall, slon Th- apMelnl Is scheduled to leave Albany ut H:15 p, in. nnd will atop at N-w uirali nn the way to Now York. Aniiiiunci-mant was niildc that lifter leaving New York additional stcpe at WtimiiiKMii, Del., Uincnster, l'a.. nnd Jobuit'iAo. Pn., have been arranged, (lovtrnor JamcH II llawley of Idaho was un.i'il to attend the luncheon on account ef n cold M'NAMARA VICTIMS TO RECEIVE BY IMS IS fUEt PLAH Dcs Moines Branch of Broth erhood of Painters, Decora tors and Paper Hangers Launch New Move. THEY AGREE TO START THE DONATIONS Hr ErtntaK Herald A. r. Lasd WSra) Do Molnca, 'Iowd, Dec G The Do Molnea brntich of tho International llrothorhood of Painters. Docorators nud Paper Mbiixcih today announced that (ho union bad udontod n reso lution providing for tho ottabllalitnont or a national penman fund for tho wldowH and orphans left by thn (.on Anuelos l tnies dtaaatcr. Tlio local union motnbtra aiiliticrlh- cd nearly Sl'JO for tho dofenno of the .MCNnmnrn brothers. They now ngreo to rnlso twico that anion tit for tho wldowa nnd nrphnna pension fund. Tho union will auggent that n commission bo nnuivd lo hnvo charge of tho fund rnlscd ROOSEVELT WILL THROW SUPPORT TO LA FOLLETTE George L. Record in Discuss ing Coming Campaign, De clares Only Hope is for a Break in Convention. (Br E ! Herald A. P. UaMi Wire) Bt Puul. Dec. tl Ucorge U llecord of Newark. N. J., uddrossiiiK a moot ing of tho Itciuilillcnn oiogreasivea hero toilny, tnld progroKslvos wero not ao sure Tticoduro Hoonovelt would not bo n riiudlduto for tho preuldcntlnt iioinlnaiioii. "Our only hope." said .Mr. llccord. "Is In n btcak In the convention. It that htippoua tlio tlrsl cry will bo for itooaovclt. (iiid then, wo bolinvo, ht will throw hla wuptiort lo U Follvttc." FIVE TRAINMEN ARE KILLED IN A WRICK A Kooiv of OtlicrN Wto InjHml WIh-ii Tiki IVclglilM and Phssciici I5h gagn In n .Mlx-l' In Pciiiisjlvanla. (Hr Krmtnt Heeafd A. P. 1.ti4 Wife) Plltaburg. Pa., Dec 0.- Flvo train men -were killed and n acoro Injured, a number o( thorn scrlmuly, thhs niuriiluR In n wreck of two frctai mill un oxptct train on lm I'cnnsyl inula railroad nt Devil' Ttattd, e hulf nillo oast ot Maor, I'unr. FUND Partisans of Leader of Jushi tan Rebellion Arc Parad ing Streets and Denouncing Madero's Regime. GENERAL REYES IS SAID TO BE ILL There Is a Suspicion However, That He May Have Secretly Departed from San Antonio for Mexican Border. (By Ktrnlag llrrald A. I. teased Wit) Mexico City, Deo, 6. CJreat excite, ment rrgln ut Han Uernnlmo and Onxncu In connection with tho kllllnif of J one (Jollies, leutler of tho Jusllllnn rebellion, who wn lynched yettnlay nt Hlncon Antonio with eight nf hi partisan. Many ot hi former fol lowor nt Hocking to these cities, protesting their loyalty to (toniox. I.at night crowd paraded tlio street shouting against President Mo dern. Tliero Is much exoltement and liidlgnntlbn because or tho alleged "suspension' or guarantees" In tlmo of pence. Special new dispatcher from Mer- Ida appear to confirm tho shooting without process nt llelnclto. Yucatan, or thirteen rtbela captured by atato troop from Cumpeche, who Had crost. ed Into Yucatan to put down an up rising. Tho war department has received a report Hint xn welt armed rebels havo been captured at domes near Han Oeronlmo. Uprisings ntso are reported nt Hoctun and In tho district of Tekax, southeast or Merlda. (iKXKHAIi mivrcs IS HAID TO ItB TMl Hun Antonio, Tex., Dec. . Iteporla that Ochi ral . l4erHarito Keyea, accus ed of vlohitlen of .the-neutrality laws and In whqac name .ev?ral Inaurrec tloni arc In progrea In Mexloo, Ikm 'left nn Antonio,' aV Aened tlday. At hla reajdenco ft Is declared he la still confined to hi room by Mines. Other replrta nsscrt that ho has re turned to Mexico by u secret route. OltO.CO VIM NOT HAY WHICH!: Ill: WAS Chlhunhua, Mex., Dec, . dennrnl Pnicunl Orosco, former chief or Francisco I. Modero, concerning whoso movements there hiiv(, been many con. tllctlng reports, np peri red on tho Btrefts hero nbout noon today. H declined to comment on tho report, current hero earlier In tho day, that ho had gonn to the mountain with armed men or to throw any light on his movements, AI.I.KOKI) HKVIKTAS APPISA! TO ITA FOI.IJTrTIl 151 Paso, Tx Dc. .0. Thn fourteen nlleged Iteylstna, held here for n vlo latlon of tho neutrality laws, hnvo an pooled tn Senator IjFoatte, In n tel egram declaring they nro held "pine tlcully In the hnnda or Mexican de. tectlves" nnd asking his nld In secur ing their rolense. it seemed probabln that their hearing, which was set ror thla afternoon, would ho postponed owing tn the death In California of n. brother of ono or tho principal wit nesses ror the United Stale. LAREDO BELIEVER REYES 16 ON BORDER I lJndo. Toxna, Dec 0 Thorn waa no doflnlto trace heto today of tho I Khcreahouia of (lunorul lloyi-a. It ta tiportPii t lint ho Is southeast of La. iciio. which mlKhl moan either Hint ho wna in Toxua cloao to tho Mexican Under or In tho stale of Taiiiaullpu. HHD Still tT li:itO IS U.N DMIt AHHICST Ut Paso, Toxns, Deo. 0. Juir- of riclals advised today or two onrii out. break in the state of Chlhuuliu t. one m-or Purrul nud the other ni fan Andrens. ii here the first battle of Mudero's revolution was fought last November. Jose ('liuvlnria ii.iiii-n. ant or l'a nihil Villa, is th. head or the bund nt Han Andreas llolh halldir II 1 1 nut- that the Mml.-r . irni-. rl! ment bus failed to keep promises nud pu citixsna or Chlhunhua debts ii" tlisin. Yalleriniio Vaiilrru. known aa tho man with the red shirt.'' who led the attack on Jlllim una urrxalail In PI Pnso thla afternoon by Toxin rnupor and held on suspicion of bcini' mi. nected with the Itnyistn movement MEXICAN MINING CO. SELECTS NEW OFFICIALS lll-.nll.Heil Willi .Maiiagetlienl of Con. irrn, Wrn-k Kobb'm Met ami Jti'-Or-gRillaed INm-toraio. (Btr Kvtsda Herald A. '. I d Wire) Snn Francisco, Cal . Due 0. -Dlssnt. tailed with tho management of thu coHiimny'a affairs, atockholderi of tho Mexican Mining company wrested the oxccutlvo power from tho former directorate yesterday, and changed tho poraonnol nf tho board. The now board consist of H. L. Slosaoti, Jr., W. C Knlaton, J. lend ers, a. 15. Artowsmllh and Herman ZadlR.