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THE NATIONS NEW HITCH IN
IITETO STRIKE NEG01TI0NST0
AT BULGARIA PREVENT STRIKE
Alliimnnit of Forces of Greece, Scr
vla nml Rmitnnnln to Crush But
liars Reported Powers Exprcteil
Turkish Troops Ailvnnrlnii In Three
Columns to Recapture Ailrbnople
Rniimnnlaii Advance Unopposed.
SOFIA. .Inly 17. I'iihMi' ! r.uni
ii cabinet, M. Mnllnol'f, llm imw pie
lillcr, IimIiiv iliehili'il lint situation in
I'liltfiuhi Htt fur mm wnr in concerned,
it. 'ioMtlitM unless llm (imwi'im inter
ICiiiK rVrilinmid of Mulgniin in re
M.iti'il In huu litlegmplicil lln liiiiK
of Knummiiii llint In ii n-mly I" in"
fcntiulc fii H'iM'n Imt 1 1 1 terms WITH
London. July ". Alignment of
tint force of Orceco. llervlu mnl
lliiiiiniinlii to rriixli lliilenrlu I an
mnniri'il In illpiitrlit rcielvctl here
today. At n conference at Bulonleu.
the illalchc state. It was plnniicil
fur tin riumolliliitcd nrmle lu march
mi I'tifln nml forro llulr.nrln In mm
for pencil. Diplomat hero nrn
greatly ronritrnml ocr llm report,
but ilmi't liollnvii tlin power will
permit llm roinlilnitil force lo reach
tin lliilgnrlnu capital.
A illnintcli from I'clr.rniln tmlny
report another Uulgitrlitn Nitlmrl(.
It Mated llmt Horvlaii troop
tiTiliiy stormed Jiillkiimtk, routing
llm right wliiK of t lliilKorluii
nrmy. Tim can unit leu with ciior
iimini. ttnfln telegraph (lint Turk troop
nro ailrnncliiK In three column. It
In reported Hint mm illvUlon In 30
mill' heyoiul llm Mfdln-I'uos lino,
llm Turkish liouniliiry fixed In tlm
If llm Ottoman mildlrm continue
to iidvuiico It I believed tlm power
will protoNt. Tlm sultan nml hi ml
vlers, It I unlit, liitiiml lo retake
(t'outlniioil on Pag" C)
HALI'M, Or., July 17. -Governor
Went till nftoruooii commuted to
llfo Imprlmmumut tlm sentenco of
.liK'kBou l AilauiH, tu'iitmu'Kil to
hung for Hid murder of Clinton
Chuiulierluln nt Aslnrln, anil tlm ex
ecution scheduled for K o'clock to
morrow inoruliiK was declared off.
Governor Wot wired to eommuto
tlm siiuteuco from ICcnln (loach,
'where ho Ih MpciulliiK u ftm du with
Wjinlcn Lawson wiih liiuuli'il Ho
rouuniitiilioii pupeiH in tlm gover
i or' office nt 2:'lt) mnl left ill oneu
for Hit' penitentiary lo uulify Ailunw.
Governor Weal luiil prepared tlm
pnporK before leaving for Eunln
SAI.KM, Orp., July 17, Thnt .fool;.
Hon P. AdmiiH, Hvulcuoed to limii; for
Ihn inuiilor of Clinton Cliiiinhcrliiiii,
nl AVloHn, will ho ropVjnvi'il lliin nf
teVimou, uii'il tlio o.xri'iillon, Hidii'duk'd
for rijjhl 'o'clook lonmrrnw innrnln,
culled off, wan llm prolialiilily thin
iifternooit. It U known Unit strong
jiro'nf iirj) linH hern hrouaht to Imar
on (loviiinnr Wi'Ht and il is prohiildu
Hint tin will WU iiflernonn ('oiuinulo
llm Hcnlciii'O lo II fo iinprisoiiiiutiit.
Ailnum wan liroiiKht to tlm Hlati
pi'iiilenliiiry .luim II, and lm Iiiik
lll'IMI llOpuflll Of CHPIipillK till) KlllloWri,
Al pii'imratlitiiH for bin oxi'uiitioii
linvn licnii (lomploli'il mid, iinli'SH flov
cinor Wct wlri'H from Kimln Ili'imli
icprii'vliiK AdmiiH, llm eiiimilluii will
lake plnru, AiIiiiiih killed ('luuulmr
lain hy lilllluu lit in on the liaeli of lb'
lii'nl with n Ih'it hul I In,
(loycjimr W'l IIiIh nl'li'inmin coin
liiuli'il lit' M'lili'iiri1 u InipiUoniiii'ill
Railroad Managers liulst Upon Sub-
mlttlnn Elf (jlit of Their Own Griev
ances ns Well as Those of Employes
to Board of Mediation.
Traffic Unes Stand Pat Upon Letter
Issued Monday and Refuse to Re
cede From Position.
NEW VOIJIC. .Inly 17. I)i.ili'
lln nurci'iiirtil l.rlwi'i'ii ri'iin'hi'utu-
Hmm nt Imtl. slili'M ihiil llm ilillVr-
i'iii'i' of iihinil t'ilily llmiihiiuil foil-
iliii'lnrH mnl truiitini'ii on en-trm rail-
roiiiU mIiuuIiI Im Hiiliinilliil In arid-
Irnlion hy tlm new fcdcnil nu'ilialinii
. . .
rmiuiiixMiui in lie iiiHiinii'ii uy rri'ni
ill'llt Wllhllll, llm llixUltU IIHNUIIII'll II
uniMi umhtI tmluv dm ii ri'Miiit of lln
iiiMihli'iirn of tin' .rallrnail i.'iirnil
iMiiniiKiTx iihiii t'iulit iliuiniiiU iimiii
llirir I'lnpliiyi'M uhich llny ili-cliirn
iiniwt In iitliilinlril iilnui; with tin
iIi'IiiiiuiIm of tin' Miiplnyi-M for in
I'li'iikril wiich mnl heller working
'flu Ki'iii'rnl uinuiii'rM nro firm in
llicir Main). A Miilrumut i-wuril In
day hy lln iniiniiK'r' roiuiiiittri' Miid
"Tin1 Iriiilrrn nf llm I'liiployos Inki
llm attitude that their i tlic only
nidi) having a riuht to link nihitrn
tinii Wo think differently, mnl we
are eonviiiecd that the puhlio will
Hiipixirl tin-. We will iiiuit that our
Krii'Wiurerf lie nihitiiited dm welt im
theirM, The tiiilromlK xtmul pat on
.Mnuilii.V Idler, mnl will not rreede
from that pitinti "
N'KW YOIMC. July 17.- Tlm mIiiii
linn ill Mexieo hail a ilopriwhiuj; of
feet on Irndint: in Hock todny. .Miiht
of the leaden were down fraetinually
ill tlm npeuiii;.,Tlm oil Mtuekt were
particularly weak, ns it reult, it wim
Maid, of tlu railing in of Iuiiiik.
Mexienii Petroleum ilioppril threj
point, riiliforniii Petroleum win
until U'a mid Hit pri'ferird thri'o. Af
ter (lie firM nn.li of helling n hetter
tone di' eloped, uiid hy noon mut of
llm Iokm'h hAd hi'iMi ri-roverod. On
iimlimi Pueifii'.wnn Mild lu-nvily hy
I 'in iipt'iiti iuleroHlM and lot almiir
l7s. t'liioii Paeil'ii', Anmriemi l.oeo-
iiiativo and I'nited Stutiw Steel uwo
Iliinil wore hleinly.
Tlm iiiiuki't closed dull.
ON PUGET SOUND
SHATTI.i:, WuhIi., July 17. Ono
of tlm ii'rtiilU of Si'i'iotary of llm
Nuvy Dauit'lh' visit to Scaltlu in t'.
pei'lcd lo lm the esliihlihiui'iit of a
torpedo station nt Key port, aoroi.
tlm Miuiid from Seattli'.
AeipiiMtion hy lm novt'ruiuont of
thin Hito for tlm only (orprdo Htatiou
on tlm Piuiifiu Count, today hecauio
inoro prohaldo than over, when Sccro.
lury DiiiiiclH promised United Sluten
Distrint Attorney lliildol and Admiral
Cotlmaii that hi' would visit tlm men
tion willi t lii'iit loumrrow and deter
mine, if the place In whul the govern
PLOT TO DYNAMITE
KAflliK PASS, Texas, July 17.
DiiIiiIIh of mi alleged plot to dynamite
tlm American consulate, nl PedriiH
NieniH, Mexico, went telc;raplicil to
WitliliiKln today hy Oouuiil I'll,
win lb. Afler Hcudiim; llm official
iccoid of tlm coiiriiilalii lo l'ii;lii
Pa, KIIhwoiIIi xpcnl the nielli nt
llm uiiny hu Iicic, lie tcfiui'il In
illmii bu lilli'id plol.
W SON LEAVES
CITY 0 ME
FOR WASH NGTON
Suppressed Excitement Follows Dc
pnrttire of Ambassador Statement
Says Visit Is Merely to Explain
Situation Return not Probable.
White House Statement Asserts
President Has not Channcd Atti
tude Toward Hucrta and Mexico.
, MCXICO CITY, July 17 Kup
prenreil oxrltciuciit prevailed livre
toilny follow lm: tlm departiiro of
United Klnle AiuliaKKiiilor Henry
l.liliii WIIkiii, who wim called to
WiikIiIiic.Ioii by Beerelnry of Htnte
llrynii. WIIhoii I lu Vera Cnu to
day. Ho expect to reach WiihIiIiik
tou, July US.
A Htaleineiit IhniiciI nt tlm Anicrl
iiiii eiuliinwy lieru Ma):
"Tlm iiiulinHiuiilor'R trip In nolely
for tlm ptirpoxo of plncliiK before the
iiiliulnlHtrntloii exact Informnlloa n
to tlio exUtlliK coiiilltlou lu Mexico
mnl for no other purpoM'. Ill de
parture kIioiiIiI not lie kIvcii any
other contrili tlou. It I expected
Hint lm will return Immediately lif
ter hi conference with I'renldent
WIIkoii, poKHlhly within two week."
WIImih Cone for (.'imnI
In iipltn of denial from Merlin, It
I believed hero thnt a formal de
mand hy (tcNunuy that the United
HlntcK protect foreign property lu
Mexico ciuiHcd Amhanilor WIIoii'h
trip to WadiltiKtoti. No ono hero
expect thnt WIIkoii will return to
WASHINGTON. July 17. While
Il I Kcuernlty believed here toilny
thnt no dccltdvo action will he taken
hy tlm liovernnient lu reenrd to tlm
iltiintlou In Mexico until after tlm
nrrlvnl In WnliliiKtoti of Andaman,
dor "Henry li. WlUon, both forelRn
nml American rotuiuerclul Interest
nro rlniuorluK for recoKiiltlnn hy tlm
United State of tlio Iluerta Mexican
American bnnker. It I unld, nro
wHIIiik to make loan to Mexico If
Iluerta I recoKiilxcil hy tlio Uultcn
State. At the name time, financial
IntercHtH of other nation hesitate to
loan money until action I taken by
tlm American Koverniueut.
No t'lmiiKC In Altitude
Anibatixador Wllcon, 't Ih Kcnoml
ly lmlloved hero, will not return to
It wan authoritatively gtntcil at
tlm White lloiiHe till afternoon that
tlm preHldent doc not Intend to
chance hi nttltudo townrd Mexico,
a lm doo not regnrd tlm Hltuntton
a inoro acute now than It has been
frequently rIiico March.
Tlio president ami Scnntor Ilacon,
chairman of the nenato foreign nf
falra rotnmlttee, conferred till
morulnc. It wiih expected thnt the
prcHliluut would outlluo IiIh position
at in rcKiilar uieetliiK tht after
noon with the iuwpnper rorro-
( HANDOK, Ore, July 17. SMuoy
SeiHco, a fishurinnn, was drowned,
and I.. Lackey, Scieo'rt partner, wan
rescued after having been in tlm
water for half mi hour when .their
fishing boat capsized about a pmr
ter of a mile off llm month of tlm
Coiiuillo river today. Scisco and
l.nekey went out hint light to fish on
GIVEN JURY TRIAL
POHTMNI) Ore., July 17.
Twelve uieii nrcslcd Tuesday night for
nil eel speaking urn being tried by a
jury thin iiflernonn hi llm municipal
court. Ton i Hum and itiulnlpli,
lender lu the liiilunlilul war fain ate
ncmiM'd of uiug profane ami nbii'
The olber Icn men arul
t'hai'giiil viilh diMinlcily ciiinliicl. '
OUIWON, Till1 UN DAY,
EVELYN THAW, WHOSE HUSBAND IS IN ASWLUM FOR
MURDER, DANCING ON LONDON STAGE WITH JACK CLIFFORD
Thin is tlio Intel of tlt efferves
cent Kvelyn Thaw, wife of Marry
Thaw, now in Mntlcawan for the
murder of Slaufoid White, on her
account, llnxint: been cut off from
the Thaw puro, or in nearly cut off
that him had to make her own livititi
for herxclf mid her child (which
Thaw hay i not hi), she finally
accepted one of the mnnv offers from
POI'TI.ANI), Ore, July 17. The
campaign being waged against the In
dustrial Workers of the World and
its allied organizations, and which
has resulted u street speaking being
prohibited in Portland was broadened
todny by tlm officials to include
every person in tlm city whom Ihey
consider undcnirable. Steps are be
ing taken by the authorities to drive
all of tlm viigiautH from tlio North
Mud. This decinion was reached at
n conference between Sheriff Wont
who is heading tlio campaign, and
Chief of Police Clark, who is work
ing in accord with (he sheriff.
Plain clothes men today circulated
through tlm North Kud sizing up tlm
hundreds of men who fieipieut (hat
portion of the city. They will make
a report, ami then tlio work of clean
ing out the so-called undesirables
will be undertaken.
IN HANDS OF TORY
rOKTLAXn, Ore., July 17. The
case of Kdiaund E. C. Yon Klein,
charged with grand larceny for tha
alleged theft of $:i.r00 worth of dia
monds from Miss Ethel Kowcomb,
who was his bride of two woks, went
to tlio jury this afternoon. No wit
nesses in Von Klein's behalf were
planed on tlio stand. Judgo Mon
ro w 'a instructions to the jury were
brief. Tlio theft of tho jewels is al
leged to have occurred in Portland in
grand larceny is from one (o ten
grand larceny is from ono t o ten
years lu tho stale prison.
STEAMER RAMMED AND
SUNK, CHICAGO HARBOR
CIIICAOO, July 17. Tlm Rleamur
Shi'hoygaii today ruuuimd and mink
llm steamer Iowa, just outside tlm
liaihor licic. The Sheboygan en i tied
(oily paiMigeii, hut limy win not
m , mi -r.-f ust
JTLY 17, TDK).
theatrical mannerM. At thN time
he ii at the Innhm HipiHidromo
ilauciut; in "Hullo, Itnutiinc."
She in ery well received.
'I am not here ns n freak," snid
flio to n icporler. "I don't want t
lc hliMi'J at ln'cnue of my connec
In.'i will, a Irnucdv. I nm a liht
nt:ij.u .ii tint. That has alway been
in V pinfenion and w my profeMou
Wlir.F.LlNO. W. Vn., July 17. A
terrific wind mid rainstorm visited
West Virginia and South Eastern
Ohio Inst night and todny, causing
floods which endangered the lives of
thousands of persons. The telephone
operators throughout tlm territory
affected stuck to their posts, sendin,'
out warnings to tho people to flee for
their lives. The stonn was the most
violent of Hie yrnr.
Immediately after warnings had
been issued all wires were demol
ished, and the extent of (he damage
is not known, but it is believed that
llm heroic work of tlm telephone cm
ploy os prevented ninny fatalities,
Tlio storm reached the proiortions
of a cloudburst in this vicinity. Hig
and Little Wheeling creeku, which
flow through this city soon became
NEW TARIFF A LAW '
BY SEPTEMBER 15
WASHINGTON, July 17. Repro
scututivu Underwood of Alabama,
democratic, leader in tho house, ex
prensed satisfaction today with the
progress being mndo in tho enactment
of tho new tariff law bearing bin'
name. Ho said lm belioved tho bill
would become u law before- Septem
HEHLIN, July 17.Oim soldier wns
kijletl ami ono fatally injured today
when tho giant army dorigible bal
loon Schuctlo-Lniu: hrolcu from its
aiiclmragn tit Seliiieidemiiclil mid wan
lonipliiely wieeked. The accident
was niniM'il by Hut null expanding tlio
giu In the bug.
WAVE OF YEAR
Seven Deaths and Forty Prostrations
In Region Between Rockies and Chi
cago In Past 24 Hours Eleven
Deaths In Omaha Since Sunday.
Scattered Showers Brinrj Some Re
lief to Certain Sections Breeze
Dies Down at Noon.
CHICAGO, July 17. Scattered
nlmwers west nf tlm .Miwiippi river
todny brought relief in Home sections
from the heat wave which ha gripped
tlm middle west. In the territory be
tween Chicago and the Rocky, moia
Iriins setiMi deaths and forty prostra
tions occurred during the Inst 24
hour. Maximum tcmiieratiircs re
Mirtcd to llm weather bureau here in
eluded 112 degree nt Clay fjentcr,
Kan.; 110 al Concordia, Kan.; 10,i at
Hiirlinglon, Iowa, and 104 at Omaha.
OMAHA. Neb., July 17. A Miifl
in the wind today relieved the most
severe beat wave that has visited this
section in many years. Eleven deaths
from the heat occurred in Oninha
since Sunday. Nine fatalities were
rvMir(cil yesterday besides six pros
trations late in the afternoon, two of
which iirobnbl" will result fntallv.
The maximum tonicrature yesterday
was 104 i-. degree.
At noon the breeze which was ex
jiccted to bring relief to suffering
humanity in this section died down
nml the heat became tnoro oppressive.
Ill Council Itluffs. lown. net-nan (in
Jllnnourf river from here, Mrect ther
mometers registered 112 in the shade.
Government thermometers in Omaha
showed a tempera tore of U2 degrees.
BUYS SAN JOSE PAPER
SAN JOSE, Cab, July 17. TI13
election of E. J. Fiuneran, editor of
the Daily Guard of Eugene, Oregon
is announced here todny as president
of the Consolidated Publishing com
pany, which prints the San Jose
Morning Times. Lewis O'Neal, u
politician and attorney, is said to bo
the guiding baud in the new organiza
tion. The entire editorial and business
staff of the Times resigned on the
spot when it was announced thnt Fin-'
no ran had purchased for $00,000 a
controlling interest in tho paper.
Ihc employes held an option, which
expires today, for $10,000.
PRINCE HENRY GOES
TO ETON COLLEGE
LONDON, July 17. Eton College,
most famous and ancient of tho ox
elusive establishments called "public:
schools'' in England, is preparing
with mixed feelings for tho arrival of
Prince Henry, third son of King
George, who begins his studies there
Tho college nulborities, of coursa,
proclaim their duo sense of the honor
dune tho school by the presenco of u
royal prince, but Rev. Kdmond Wnrro
mid Rev. nud Ifouorablo Edward
Lyitletou, respectively provost ami
bund master, and tho minor officials
aro scared at tho mssibility of ill
acfe& or injury to tho young priuco.
BULGAR CABLE STATION
mTIIAREST, Hniimnnln, July 17.
Tlm war office here today declared
thai Itoiimania him suited tho cablti
Million at Varna, and that Iho Hul
gai Ian are nil off from coiiiinuulea-
lion with llm niilpldi) world except
thioiitth Kcnlu mid UoiiiuhiiIii,
G.O. P. LEADERS
Secret Conference Decided to Turn
Down all Roosevelt Legislation
Forakcr and "Allies" Planned Cam
palgn to Prevent Tariff Legislation
Beverldge Deemed Crazy All Re
sources of Manufacturers Used t
Elect Taft and Sherman.
WASHINGTON, July 17. Invest!
gntion of, ihe inner workings of Iho
National Council for Industrial De
fense, organized, it is alleged to fi
nance legislative lobbying tinder the
direction of the National Association
of Manufacturers,, is the announced
determination today of Scnntor Lcr
S. Overman of North Carolina, chair
man of the senate committee investi
gating President Wilson's "insidious
lobby" charges. He plans to havo ex-
Iiert accountants examine the or
ganization's books and prepare n fi
nancial summary and also to reveal
the names of all contributor.
Allirtl With Tuft
Martin M. Mullinll of Baltimore,
self styled lobbyist for tho National
Association of Manufacturers, re
sumed the stand today, discussing tho
days proceeding the republican na
tional convention of 1008. Letters
read to tho committee indicated that
frequent conferences were held be
tween managers of former President
Tnft's campaign and representa
tive of N. A. M. It wns alleged that
certain members of Taft'a managers
wamed President Van Cleave that
Samuel Uompers, president of the
American Federation nf Labor, was
urging an anti-injunction plank and
suggested that Van Cleave and others
attend the convention and prevent its
Confer With Sherman
In April 1008 Mullinll declared, ho
wrote Frederick Schwedtmnn, then
secretary of the N. A. M., that James
Watson snid thnt if Taft was nomi
nated for president ho (Watson),
could not bo elected governor of In,
iliann. The witness then told of 11
conferenco he had with the Into Vice
President Sherman, then a congress
man, the latter urging the N. A. M.
to stop tho nttacks in republican
newspapers on forraoif Speaker Joo
Cannon., Mullinll said he then left
Sherman nml went to former Sena
tor Fprakor's office and found .1
secret conference of republican sena
tors in progress. 4
Turn Down Tkly
It was decided at this conference,
according to Mullinll, to not enact
any further legislation desired by
Colonel Thcodoro Roosevelt, then
president. Ho alleged Fomker told
him Iho "allies" planned to defeat
Tuft's nomination, capture control of
tho nntiounl committee, and sent con
testing nnti-Tnft delegates. To off
set this, Mullinll alleged, Watson told
him Inter, Roosevelt was "moving'
Heaven and earth to nominnto Tft"
and wns fostering attacks on Can
non to kill tho tatter's presidential
boom. Mullinll said Watson threat
ened to "expose tho Rosevelt plot on
tho floor of the house."
(Continued on page 1.)
PATERSON, N. X, July 17, Most
of the silk mills horo resumed opera
tions today. A break in the ranks
of the strikors followed the an
nouncement pf the withdrawal from
active leadership of William D, Hay
wood, principal organizer of tho I. W.
W., who Iiiim had charge of the walk
out. Joseph Kttor, another L W. W.
lender, nuiil that Haywood' health
would not penult Um (0 euptmiw.Uw
fight' A HHily t4ul of the Hrfk U
prcdbiU'd by lb MiUHUfMurN ,