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TEN PAGES- ÁXBUaUEKQUE MOBNING JOUEMAL, ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 17, 1910. II y Mull SO I'ti. a Mnitfti; Single Copie, 5 cent. Ilv Carrier, till cenia a Month. THIRTY-SECOND YFAR. Vol. CXXVII, No. 79. FRIEND ALIKE OF POOH Ai WEALTHY HONESTY ONLY QUALITY ROOSEVELT INSISTS ON Colonel Preaches Gospel of Work at Newspaper Banquet; Trusts Reporters Rather Than Editorial Writers, (Oy Morning Journal Suerial Uitd Wlrel Now York, Sept. 16. Theodore Roosevelt told the membels or the New York Press club tonight how it Is that he tan breakfast, dine unj su mi work nuil then too off with more work. Hp said he liked it. He liked private life und he liked public life. He enjoyed every Job he ever had and he 1 egged his hearers to be under no anxiety as to what should be done lor this ex-presldcnt'' because lie would "do for himself." Among the guests of the club was Sir William I'. Treloer. a former lord mayor of London and the colonel took advantage of his presence to refer to his famous Guild hail speech deliver lied spring in London. one of the cherished ornamenta in inv house.'1 he said, 'Mm the box which .onlaliied the freedom of the city oí London, ami, Mr. Mayor, 1 have al unes foreborn to exerei.se my mind it'll the ipiery as to whether or not 1 would have been given that free dom ir I had made my Guild hall .spee ch before it instead of after. Allusions have been made to the iiipcnding Mate convention. When I arrived at home, I had no intention whatever of taking any more part in unidlo lile. I have sot into the fight about the .late convention that fight Is state politics here simply because 1 could not keep out of it, and having cot into It. I shall see it through. More than once 1 ha . -en in troduced as the frl 'iid of the poor Mian. I always said 'now, hold up. Sav the friend of the honest man and 1 am with you.' The friend, I hope of the honest man: rich or poor: I he foe of I ho crook, poor crook and rich crook. "The friends I have made anions I he reporters, the newspaper man who have to collect the news that stands Is -tint basis of iiowcpaper v, ork represent to me not merely friendship on my part, but an Increased respect for American citizenship und human nature. 1 have perhaps leen less happy in mv experience wlih those at the top of the profession and should a meat deal rather trust no 1 will put it another way I would rather a hundred fold trust ;o the news col umns than the editorial pages of some of the most eminent .New York news pa pet's." hoi. is all itw ii:ci:piioy mit POLITICAL SI PJIIIMKP.S New York, Sept. 16. County poli ticians from all parts of New- York slate gathered today at Colonel Roosevelt' offices here to tell hlni nh. ii. ihov stand in the fight now on within the' republican party. The col onel miked from morning until night with le.'ilers on both sides, but as he was leaving at the end of the day, the ,.nie laMiomciit he ivould make was thai he had not a wold to say. .-'nine brought back word thai the oloni'l hail been informed of dlssal isf lotion w ithin his own ranks, but none of them was wiping to go on rec ord liv name. George Cromwell. or.KOieio of the borough of Rlcb- inond and member of the republican tale committee, was the only one v ho did not he.-llnte lo say where He stood. "1 am going to vote against lloose eh." he said. "1 have taken that resolution utfer thinking it over care fully ami 1 hear nothing but con demnation from my yeople in Platen Island." , , Mr. Cromwell's stand provoked comment in that he bus often spoken of his friendship for Mr. Kousevelt, dating back to their boyhood days, and that his statement was made to ilav after a long conference with him. Air. Roosevelt Is I) leave at i:b o'clock tomorrow morning for Syra cuse, where he will peuk at the sta( la.tr in the afternoon. WilKIKMVIJ.T 111 SOI.l I 1U T.IUMI Alter the New- Ymk county re pub lb an convention had re-eb ted unan imously l.loyd c. Griscom as its pie.-hent tonUlit. Abraham Gruber. an assembly disirut lender who has I nallv gone on r rd against -Mr. i:.osvct. oflered tin" following reso lution: "Resolved. That the republican canty committee of New York disap prove as unjust and iIhIi.üci ous to the ninths i f the people the utterance ft ex-President Roosevelt in respect to die judges i.i the United states supreme court und the court of ap pea Is " With a. shout of disapproval the resolution was tavled and the meet ing adjourniMl. The committeemen applauded when Mr. Gii4 in at-sertcd that .New York ..inly, representing pr.ictli ally one tdth on the whole republican vote of the state, could hrm to the mate convention " force winch can direct and oontriliole iiiaorlUliV to I'll1 patty In a wu n lilch will be helpful for the future." John Hays Hammond nominating .Mr. Griscom ideiii of the committee, name of the '"old guard" ' iiil'-il v. to tti AIM" the Ola, k Ions, cavahy. in Speech for the pres declared the has liven s bcaiidiil and HOTEL WAN MURDERED MANIAC SON SUSPECTED Chester. Pa.. Sent 1 John J. Kvaim proprietor of the Kdgeioont hotel, thts city. i' muidefd lon'aht hile oslrep In his io"m Hi f n. Richard. I years old, was arreted charged with the crime. Karly In the evening Kvans. went to his room to lie down. As he did not return to the office e.t his usual tune an cmoloye went to the F.vans rooms to awaken him. When he opened the door ho was horrMeil to sec the pillow covered with blood end a gaping wound behind Kvans' left car. Four years a, young F.vuns was Injured about the head while playing football and for e time was in the Klwyn school for feeble-minded chil dren. Recently the boy has been act ing strangely and the police believe that the murder was committed while the lad was temporarily insane. GRAND ARMY CHIEFS AT ATLANTIC CITY Atlantic city, X. J., Sept. Oum-mander-in-Chiei Vhii Sunt, accom panied by members of his slaff with their famine."., arrived here tonight lo prepare for the opening of the Grand Army of the Republic encamp ment. They were (riven a rousing re ception. The Union Veteran's Legion today adopted resolutions regretting that the state of Virginia had seen fit to place the statue of General Lee in Statuary Hull, Washington. AEROPLANE HITS GRAND STAND; EIGHTEEN HURT Milwaukee, Sept. 1 ti. - F.ighte en per il, were sons, live women aim unce no more or less seriously injured when a Wright aeroplane. driven by Arthur Iloxey, swerved course and went sidelong from Its Into the crowd be fore the grand stand at tne state ian today. The aviator was uninjured. None of the injured will die. DEFEAT FAILS 10 SATISFY BOUTELL VETERAN CONGRESSMAN TO RUN INDEPENDENT Places No Reliance on Direct Primaries and Calls Initiative, Referendum and Direct Vote for Senators Vagaries. IBr Mnralas Jnnrnal aeJ-l !- Wlral Chicago, Sept. 1 li. Congressmu.il ,'feiiry S. liout.il, who was defeated by nearly 1.000 votes In yesterdays primaries by F. 11. Gnnsbergcn, who proclaims himself u progressive re publican, slated today that lie would run independently. Tomorrow Mr. Routell will leave for Washliigti-tj and it Is believed for Bevel ly ai..o. "1 will run independently and beat my rivals on Inn simple principles oi responsible representative govern ment," said Mr. lloulell. "1 place no reliance in direct primaries. In my district fewer than one-third of the republican voters went, to the polls. Pure democracy always has been a rallare. The initiative and referen dum, direct voto for seiiuiore those hp- vagaries. Th. Idea of JUtt.OUO.UOO people Irving to legislate subjects individually they illicit on do not un- derste.nd. "The only thing thai might make me hcsltu'e to run is that 1 um a party man. 1 um willing to accede, to the wishes of my party when they aie honestly expressed. Yet they te not honestlv expressed. The voters were misled by the statements of hired professionalism liars. '' The congressman said he had re ceived telegrams from 1):! constitu ents, asking him o stay in the rate. FORTY-ONE DEMOCRATS AND ELEVEN REPUBLICANS Related Keiurn Show Complexion of Aruoiia Constitutional t 'on Yt'II lion. Phoenix, Ariz.. Sept. 1 i. Ari zona's constitutional convention which will meet on i i tobcr 18, will have fort v -one dcmoeiats and eleven re publicans. Helated returns show that Gila utility eleite.l four demó crata and one republican. Negroes Thri-iei(cil With Lynching. San Antonio. Texas. Sept 1 ti. - Jesse Thornlen, Alexander EdinonUson and Stone SIcdg-, lugrocs, are in Jail heii charged with kidnaping and assault ing a white girl, lfi veais olj. Much excitement prevails and of ficers are guaidTK the jail to prevent violence. Georgia Mavor Killed liy Train. Douglas. ('. fept. 1. --The Georgia and Florida passenger traía from Valdo-te. '-oll'ded with the auto mobile of T. S. Price in this citv to oav. kilbnar Ma vol- F. L. Sweet of Duuglaa and w c-unoing Mr. Price. I To Probe Í iueit Trust. Denver, Sept. IS Urpri ntati e Gieenm.ui eecurcd the adoption In the lower hou-e of 'he Colmado legis lature this afternoon of his Joint memorial -allimr upon the United States district attorney to invetiuaie the so-called Portland crm lit irn-t of Colorado. llillll' P, rtlatid Klettioii Coin-ilil. Maine. Sent. IS V ilbsni I II. Venn, II. the d, moci.itic cougres- ' sional candidate In thei First disirb t. j today conceded the election of Abher j i' ti'inls. the parliamentarian of th i bouse The Fit st and Fourth lislri.-t ; I wmln-r . The Twelfth cavalry, nil! be represent""! r-puMu an I which will ne.t H st these fn and th Second and Third b dtino- j will sad from h Philippine on Jan cra's. i nary IV- MR. SPIESS AND BOY OUTLAWS BALLMER HAS THE PEOPLE'S AT SPRINGER NO FEAR FOR INTERESTS NEARLY KILL FUTURE WAS WILLING TO DEFEAT 3,000,000 ACRÉ GRANT A Chapter from Hearing on Santa Fe County Bonds Shows Las Vegan Is Special Interest Man, Morning Journal Hure.ut, til 3 Muusti' Buildinsf, j Washington. P. C, Sept. tti. ) The news has reached Washington of the aspirations of Charles A. Splcs of Las Vejpis 10 preside over the constitutional convention of New Mexico at Santa l"e. It has created a most un.avoiable Iinpresriuu among friends of New- Mexico in congress who are familiar with Mr. Spiess" record and his identification with special interests. In particular, the connection of Mr. Spiess with the matter of the Santa Fe county bonded indebtedness Is fresh in the minds of those who follow congi esslonal af fairs: nud for" this reason If tor no other it is pointed out that Mr. Splegs would be very unlikely to render ma terial nadita nee lo the cause of state hood in the capacity of presiding of ficer of the convention which Is to frame the new state's fundamental law. Mr. Spiess has for sonic time past represented the holders of the Santa Fe county honda. The record shows that In the hearing before the Een ule committee on territoilcs Air. Spiess, In liis advocacy of a chume in the enabling- -Bet to muke the new slate, assume the indebtedness of the counties, expicssed a willingness for this arrangement, even if the United Slates did not make the proposed grant of three milliou acres of land to take tip thl.i indebtedness. In brief. Air. Sole at ibis hearing told the senate committee that the people of Xtvv .Mexico would be satis fied to have the new state assume the county debts without any appro priation from congress to cover it. That is to say. Mr. Spiess is firstly und foreniostiy u representativo V the bondholders and consequently reprenentH a special interest. It would be manifestly Improper to huie a representative of such special interest take a leading part 111 the framing of the constitution. Tim following is an extra, t from Mr. Spiess' statement before the com mittee, during its sessions of Febru ary 18, 1" und L'l, I 10: Mr. Spiess: "What 1 am primarily Interested In, In representing these bondholders Is that a way bo pro vided by congress whereby these bondholders may collect their In debtedness. I know of no better vuiv than by simply inserting at page live of this bill (statehood bdll the words which 1 have written In n copy tviil. li I have, theee words to follow the words 'New Mexico' in the sixth Une if thai page and the debts of the counties thereof:' so that the section will read 'Third, that the debts and Hnbil'tiCM of fiiUl lerritoij of New Mexico and the debts of the lountles thereof which shall lie valid and sub sisting r.t the time of the pas. ing of this net, shall be assumed und paid by the proposed state.' " The Chairman: "Permit me to In terrupt y.m a minute. TliBt Is a' verv praett. al suggestion. Would you b satisfied. .Mr. Spiess. if that provision were put in Hiere regardless of th appropriation of H.OUu.UtiU acres ol kind?" Mr. Spiess: "1 would rather havu It that wa,y." 'lie Chairman: the appropriation of e.nd '."' Mr. Spiess- "I GLT IT. ,l T IF "And leave out the of S, DUO, Util) ucres WOULD HA THRU WL IK) Ni.'T G FT IT. THEN" I THINK THF IKOPI.IC OF XF.W M LA ICO WuULI BV: SATJSFILti ." In other words this statement of Mr. Spiess plainly Indicates that he look the position that as luiij.n the bondholdeis were cured for. it didn't multe much difference eboot the people. While the fact that Mv. Spiess is ably looking after tne interests' of tlirtse bondholders is perfectly legiti mate, there Is a general sentiment hero amoiu those interested in state hood tor Xevx Mexico, that this ser vice makes Mr. Spuss Impossible as presiding olflcei of the constitutional convention. . WeatlMT lAtreca.st. Washington, Sept. 16. New Mex ico: Pt'rt cloudy Saturday and tjuu da v. West Texas ami An.onu- lieuir ully lair Saturday and Sunday; not in ich change in tein uerature. loiigrc-suian Kucker lle-nonilnatM). j D- mer. sept. 10. Demo, rats of I the First district today re-nominated A W. ffucker. Incumbent, lor eon giers. John A. Martin, of pueblo, the incumbent, was renominated for coiiare by the democrats of the Second ronsrcssional district. EXCHANGE OF CAVALRY AT PHILIPPINE STATION j Washington. Kept 1. The nar I oepartment todav decided to end the I Seventh and F.ighth ruvaliy to the i Philippine l relieve th Twelfth nndj ! Thirteenth. j The Seventh I now t the Fort ! Hiley. Kan., camp and P sail from San Francis, o February 1.".. The Thiitntn cm airy, wheih will lee the Philippine). March 1j. will tak its place t i- orl Kil-. Th kit-'ntn f ev airy at Uort Itobmson. Neb.. Fort lluscbo. b. AH., and Fort Apache, Amt... will sail 1mm San Francisco on In Mad Fight to Escape Re formatory Inmates Frightful ly Slash B, D, Sampsell'With Butcher Knives, WITH FREEDOM IN SIGHT GUARDS FOIL BOLD DASH Unarmed Official Puts Up Game Fight Bui Is Overpow ered and Seriously Injured; Is Fórmer Albtiquei quean, (Special ltlnpiitrb to .lie Morning Juurniil Springer, X. M.. Sept. Hi In a des perate hut unavailing effort lo escape, three youthful desperadoes at the Xew Mexico reformatory at Springer todav nearly killed the assistant, su perintendent, Huron Dekalb Hnmpsell. formerly of Albuquerque, started u general riot among the inmates, and were stopped by guards si the outer enlranec t() tiio reformatory Just in the nick of lime. The malcontents when they met with a show of aimed force and aw the game wan up, surrender ed and are now in coul iiiemetit. Sump sell, while cut and slashed with butcher knives and beaten with pok ers and n liiiiir. was able to be uhout tonight and will sustain no permanent injury. The attempt at escape iras made shortly after noon, when the twenty three inmates were in the main recre ation room In charge of Sanipsell. Tho ringleaders were Walter Scott, from Fstanei.i, who has served six months of a 1 wo year sentence; h'dward HurUe alias fl rover C'lnrtu hi four moaths from Las Vegan on a. three year sent ence; and John Smith of Alamogordo. whose one year term expires next December. Without warning these three young hoodlums proclpitiited themselves on Sampsell, armed mitli butcher knives, pokers and a chair they picked up. Sutupsell, who was unarmed, put lip a game light against heavy odds until he was so weakened by the struggle and blinded by blood from cuts on the head that tin- boys were able to wrest away from hlni the key to the vault where the arms are kept. Tim ringleader followed by Heveral other boys, dashed toward the vault when the alarm was given to some trusties outalde. When the leaders reached the wardroom door they were met by arm ed guards James bnvis and Kd. and Jim Keeiian who threw down on them and commanded them to retreat. See ing their only avenue of escape cut off the young outlaws surrendered and allowed themselves charge and placed grea teat excitement to bu taken In in cells. The reigned among bloiidv fight was the boya while the in progress on the floor of the recre ation room anil it w IH take several days for thhign to calm down. It was only l,v a uilriele that Samp-iell escap ed with his life os the boys attacks 1 him with the liny of wild beasts und he bed no means of defense savy. his tisis. Sampsell is a heavily built and powerful man but his assailants were too iiumero'is and the fight was one side.l. Tit" strictest precautions will be taken for a few days and stein measures will lie taken if iiccesR.uy lo foil any similar attempt. M GUI BEGINS IN EARNEST AÍ Arizona Militia Joins Regulars Today in Field Operations at California Maneuver Ground, (Sr Muratac Jaaratl -Ui Wtral Canil Atas, adero, tal. Sept 16. i ne arrival of l ie Arizona National Guar. I kite tonight and the tirst c- fiv,- field operations by the regular.' marked I'.t. s ml day of the urmy to-il.euvc! rt Atascadero. The torce if Aiioir., .ie firM of the militia It Join tne reguláis in the bb.nnUt vir pUy uni'er Colonel T. u. Mm -n i, ju b o uno A i.i uderu sbitioii toipght. he niiiua r mained sikm. I i!ii to, hi, i a.'eep. ra tor ibe nig! ; and will march to Camp Atascadero larly toa morrow. For tiie lirst time, since the man euver bei:an. fbid operation were engased in w he h had a ting' of rr .l.i u i-i tin in. In the south vn part of the i ;,e'ui-i,( re tanch l:us d 1 by the government ame the rattle of) machine guns and irregu ar rifle ft;e i markiog a Rh ir.i tear guard engome- meet. I lloinh I ant for Kalr W illo Im. fieiitn. Kept. 1. A apecial iis patch to the Morgen Pout from Funf V.lrchen. liuugarv. intyn that a formlJ at.ie bomb w discovered ystrdav tying on Ib railn-ad track in front ut liniperor Wilham's train. In whit n he eaa going to the hunting lodye, it) m!le eouthe t uf FjUkin lif n. ATASCADERO CONSCIOUS OF HAVING PERFORMED FULL DUTY Secretary Predicts What He Calls Era of Hypocrisy, Dem- ag ;ogy and Hysteria Will Ul timately Pass Away, XKw U.iralng fonriil Snaclal LJ Wlra Spokane, Sept. Hi. "I don't oai1 what unybody says about me ao long as 1 am collación of doing my duty not only as a privute citizen, but as a public officer. The man who puntúes the cour.tt) that seems to him to meet the obligations rtt ills ola. e lit life has no need to four about the future. So declared lib-hard A. Kalltnger si i nt.ii y of th Interior, at the noon luncheon of the chamber of com tuerce. "There never was a time when greater opportunities were laid before the Amerlcuti people than to da. All the efforts of public moil and business men should be to work together In unison for this prosperity land then see that It is not destroyed hv hypocrisy .demagogy or hysteria which may exist lor a time, but will puss away. "So tar as the public service of this country is ce cerned, every man know in thin- Iminlstrutlon is labor fng first to know the needs of the nation, then to meet these needs with in the limits of the law and the con slittttlou. We have not reached the dav. and I hope never will reach It when the fundamental doctrines of this republic cun be forgotten or over looked. "This country In its hislory never had a man more deliberate, boUet poised, more in harmony with th de velonment of this nation than Wil liam II. Talt. His great achievements nerhiips have not yet been rtmy realized, but they will be realized ty the American people. Ittl l tM.I It PI TS IT I P TO 1'IXI.OW t'AIHN HTHI'HS, 1 Washington. Hint. 16. Whether lllehard A. liailinger resignation secretan of the Interior will follow lnimdiatelv tuion the meeting of the cabinet September to attend which 'he l tm iv en route from Seattle, or whether he will retain Ills position In .lelnlltelv at least until after the dn- llverv to congress of the reporta of the committee that investigated hi stewardship of the publie domain depends now upon the attitude of Ilia cabinet associates. Mr. Hallinger is coming to Waah ington. his friends say, wholly uncon scious of any act on his part of wblcn he should be condemned and has de termined to force his chief and his of ficial colleairuos to be In effect hla judges. If they concur In the view at oresent attributed to Mr. Tuft that the accused secretary shall bo aiistaln- e,i us an Innocent and persecuted man hp will retain his position; If they fail to back him up. he will resign. That ii, t Is Mr. F.alliniier's nosltion was learned here today upon authority hurdle to be questioned. At the first meeting of the cabinet after tile summer, Secretary Dickin son, the democratic member, will not have returned from the Philippine and will, therefore, be save, the em barrassment of participation In what lu leiriii.led as largely a problem of republican policy. The meeting la ex i, cele, I to last three days. It will aur- prise nobody here if the Pulhnger cast ooinuiea a large part of the time. Humors have been constant and .leluiil." here dining the last few iluvs that Mr. Halllnger'a resignation would be one of the first develoji meiii of the cabinet meeting; but his friends, including hi associate. In the Interior department, have refused to believe that he would retire "und tire ' and have pointed to hi repeat ...I declaration lo the contrary, and to the recent statement attributed to him that he would resign only at the spe- cltie renuest of the president. Some of these, however, admitted that thev themselves and the aecrettry are alive to the fact that the turmoil an. I iincertaiiitv Into which the pro trailed cotit ro el sy has plunged the department must be abated soon un less this important nrancn oi tne imw lie service Is to become demoralized Nobo.lv here doubts that a major- ii all but one of the republican members of the Investigating com- ,., ,n,.. will sustain Se, retary Halllu- ger. Hut Mr. Hallinger and his partl- !.n here were greatly disappointed that the absence of Senators Root and Flint from the Minneapolis meeting left tins pro-Hallliiger portion of the committee in tne minority and per mitted the demo, rata and the liisur Cli nl reuiib'.Iian membet to put forth r,,.,n. . ,,n, ei ninu him. These re- rioris for many week will stand b fore the country a the only findings of the committee; whereas he hud re lied upon the majority tor a vindica tion. It la tola failure of I be committee to take final oetbin which, it is antfl. hits determined Mr. Hallinger a course. It was said here to,ln by a close friend of tli e, retarv that had the malor ttv of the committee teen reativ to report nt the Minneapolis meeting, he would have then temiere,! Ii. resignation to the piesident and urged it acceptance on the ground that the dissension to which he ha been parte were detrimental to the public interest. This situation is said to have ron vinted Mi. Hallinger that his pimitom, in sotte of the continued aupport otitic president. h:id he, ome untenable Un able. s be sees 1i. to resign as either vindhsted r condemn,! I.v the torn iniltee. he hsa de tiled It is wild I b -maud of bis superior and bis cabi net ass's 'ate- cither viiidi, atioit or iirfi'li lunation. Mr. Hallinger bit 1,1 home in Se attle vesierday and will reach Wash ington several davs in lvate of Hie cabli-.it aession. Hi purpose In tl,u upcdttii.a his return is believed to b' to . ojnti w.tu bis immediate sua-' ordinate ar.il to gain their assistance ill preparing for his deniaiul upon the cabinet for u "show down." DALLAS PAPULATION DOUBLED IN DECADE Washington, Sent, Iti. Tlr popu lation of Dellus, Texas. Is HJ. 104. an increase of 4!',4t',tl of 1 1 li per cent as compared with 4;' Ms In I !'. AGED AND ILL BANKER IS ARRESTED FOR THEFT llihbeford. Maine. Sept. HI.- Rich mond H. lugeisoll. the all. tied de faulting treasurer of the Yor kc'otinty Snivngs bank, which closed its doors on August 1.1!, was arrested today on a charge of embezzlement. Since the closing of the ba.uk the aged banker has been coulitiiKl to his house by Illness, due In part, to 1 wo attempts at auldde. Ingersoll could not be taken to prison todiiy been use of feebleness, bin was arraigned ill his room and held In SSft.OUO bail. In a statement Issued recently til total bank shortage was placed at $;iou,ouu. FEDERAL WARRANT FOR ENTERPRISING SHERIFF Aberdeen. S. I )., Sept. I Sheriff George II Perry of Corson county was today arrested by T. K. Hretii-s, a United States Indian officer, on a chaig of f mulshing in. Puns on the Standing liock reservation with In toxicating liquors, taking them before a mock court und having I hem "fined" lor l'ing drunk, ferry Is In tall in deluull of ILltUtl hall. TAFT OPPOSED S HIS ATTITUDE TOWARD SECpND TERM UNCHANGED Willing to Serve If Patty De rnands It. But Will Make No Effort Towaid Seeming the Nomination, (B Horalag Jneraal Bocel. I La4 Wire) llevetiy, Mass., Sept. Id- The, pub lication of a story In certain news papers purporting to como from llev etiy and announcing that President Talt haw decided to step aside n a presidential candidate in 1H12 to make way lor Colonel Roosevelt brought many Inquiries to the summer capital today. It was decided not to dignify the atory, which Is reported to be without any foundation whatever, with a statement. It cun be stated that Ihere has been nu change In president Taffs attitude toward a second term, slueu hn told a number of friends a few month ago that he would accept a second nom ination IT his party desired It. The president, II is said, in not con sidering ins chancea for a second term one way or the other at this time From the first he haa t-ald that he would devole himself lo carrying out as nearly as possini" i ne pieogea oi til" platform on which h- vvus elected. Mr. Tall. It is pointed out, does not know how- to play politics, und he has been quoted as saying that, he would not do so if he could. The fait that h- has often In his speeches rererreu i.i me no i inai ,ie has Ihe only rest ol ills pre-eiu term lo eeri e, men li. li Is staled here, that Mr. Tall will not make a bid for the nomination. The president starls for New Haven and cin, iiinatj on SunilHv night. II" will b,. awa from Heverlv two weeks, returning hire iietober - lo reiiiHin until the tlft"cnlh. PATENT MEDICINE MAN SHOT DOWN BY RIVAL Chicago, Sept. 18.- L. V. Atkins, n PHtenl medhlne maiiuia. nicer. shot and fatally woiiuibd In l.i oi - lice In the .Marine Uui'hng h-ie to day by Dr. James M. It.unc.v today. Atkins died soon after I." Ing taken lo a hospits I M,p:.uv j I'.H'nev witi.itr, iv from the ' rb , h Atkins whs or, si, lent t montha and sititcl another anil with mu í. the s.mie name A.-corfi- Illy to .1. , pli I hii l '1 111 . Ih i meil ilchvei . Mioinc- lor lo the ;nMel- d to All ins Kmnev was fr, Hull I 111" lit); Mor v'ENT UNVEILED BY PRESIDENT DIAZ M,. I'll.-. .sept Iti. The unvei- Ing of ,,ei o Xa'lotinl indeiienil- eine mni.cnieni ov i i'Mneni um. this mornit g and tne gre itt st niilltary parade in the history of Mexico 1 noon, ere the noisiiie teat urea oi ine celebration of Mexic'.i oiie-hundredth birtnd-'v- of liolependen.-e. The gi'at monument M ui,i on tne ras, o u, . etoima Next to i t-Prcsl,i,nt Kernel, t't t n.l Ciittots unid ir . spceiMl l lilte.i si.ttes ambassador w s given the ae.ti l-.oiior. Tilt: préseme; ill the plsde oi Marines of thrt mulls of the four reign nation, g.tve to Hie event a coonopolltan ilitcre-t. The foreign navies lepre- ntcT were those of G-rmaii. Flran e. liramt anil grnt'na A disi '.a" ol tirewniks In front "f the national p., . e 1 u late bout was tin- closing f, tures of the ds. 10 PLAYING IC CAVALIER! GOT OTH HU PRE-NUPTIAL AGREEMENT FILED BY SINGER'S LAWYER Thiee Farms, City Pioperty and $20,000 Annually Among the Woildly Goods With Which Chanter Endowed Bride, (11 Mnrnlng Jeortul Itwi.l Lwtl Wtri New Vork, Sept. Hi. -The pie-nup-tiul agreement bel w een Robert Wiu throp Chanler of this city and hii bride. Lina Cavnllori. the pilma donnn of Cans, was filed today In the ol'fioo of the register of New York county. Mine. CavulleiTs full nutuu 1st given as Nata Una Cavallerl. aplnster. an Italian subject, residing In Parta. After defining the purpose of thei agreement as designed to remove all douhls that might exist, owing to tho different nationalities of the princi pal, as to the law governing their mutual properly rights, the document proceeds to state that "in i oiialilera Hon of the sum of otto dollar paid and said Intended tnarniute," Chauler nhuil assign to his wife all his real estate, nil hts interest In the estate of the late Mrs. Laura Delano, subject to n. nortgage of about 140, (PIO. "for her de and separate nn absolutelv." The agreement (hen recites that in v onsidenitloii of the sol Ul Intended marriage and of the mini of SI that Mr. Chanler gives to Mine. Cnvalteri "all those three fauns, known respec tively as Cole farm. Chow ell und Henna farms In Red Hook, X. V., Hp porximately ;t;,u acres ami subject to a mortgage f ID.oiia." For the same consideration of onn dollar Hud the Intended marriage, ttio bridegroom "doth further covenant" lo pay his wife Jal), lieu a year In four quarterly Installments, 'all payments free from Income or other taxes'' and "for the purpose of securing the nuy tiieut of the aaid yearly sum,'' Lina, Chi illicit is constituted "his true and lawful nttnriiev, irrevocable'' to col lect the i euts an, I profils. Should the income Irom the real estate rove Insufficient at imv linio lo p. v tba '0.iuni yeacjv agreed on, n croud power of iiHortu-y Is conferred to govern the Inoome payable from Hi.- 1'iin, hold In trust for him by the New York Life, Insurance and Trust coiupan.v. Should this additional Income sllll prove iionifflcleiit. a third power of attorney Is conferred to govern the Income from the fund In-bl in trust by the Union Trust i ompaiiy. With the exception of these detalla Ihe agreement spcclllrs that the prop erly of each of the piihclupls ' shall remain the sent, nil.- property and un der the sole control of each of them, and furthermore that their status und capacity generally shall bo governed by Ihe iaws of the slate of New York " If Mrs. Chanler cued to attempt to compel her husband lo carry out the term of his contract, the filing of the original here today by her lawyers would be her first step In any effort, to Interpose lier rights between him and bis creditors, who. It is supposed, will contest the agreement. The document not onlv confers the swceplnu powers eiiiimer.tted ahovn, but It llHts parcel bv panel all the real espite taken tindei Its control. A). pen. led lo Ihe list Is the following Ola use : "And nil other realty, if anv, form ing part of the share of the above tutiiind Robert Winthion Chanler, of and in the estate of Ihe late Mis. Laura Delano, subject to a inorlgilgn of $1411. twit or there ihoiits. And all Ida lights, tille and Interest therein but subject to the mortgages there on." An In. iimiii.ia. e of $1 4a ami on the thirty ple. es of New Vork real est. He listel would amount to less III. in $ a. "to) on i io h par, el. The aar, emeiil is dated Muy " I. and signed a n. I witnessed in the présete o of Hanson C. Cox. deputy consul gen orl of Hi- United Stales at Paris. rtcfore his marriage to .Mine Cav.i bert. Robert Chanler married Miss .lull Chamberlain, from whom he Is divorced, and bv that marriage there two children. Doioiny, and Julia. - veils of age old. in t now 1; v - . to Clic lt III S.i V with their mother. i iv erTui-' have been made Ntw Yoi k Wol Id lo settle the ease ali'-rl. Hi.' t . morí ow , tltlg.lt loll. V 1 1 e v, o 11 1 ' I td,iv and i ight n,l vv ilhonl 1 in lor the tei i, is pi uiios I llcel I he .blcuniem 1 1' d acent Instead lb'.1 o"1" n annuity of I I oil GERMAN DEC0RATI0' FOR PRESIDENT DIAZ rs-iitn. sept I . - - Ir'0l" Wi'I'.iui I'CMlilcot ollgi a I -I e inui II tod iv sent : a i ie,. ev pressing ul.iiions of hoi,. peoplf. Upon Hi t evil eulile I '!' 1 I inilo i oi' VIM' on I'H's.M't I" t ", ra n.l " 'ro-s " ' Fail- H's n'.H. .nimnt'llitl O p 1. Ilv e oil the ,M . a" day. b s,-i ,1 p,est 1 Hie ii of Un pen,! m e. i Hole l.f . .,,,1,1 led lip- : tie ham lo t lie ,. eider of the Pel u also , ah led his t ,ie Alex i.e. n exei o -a of his tli luttb- ARMY OF THE POTOMAC RT! :0N AT SHARPSBtHlY Siirnso i M.i . s. I" 1 I war vtleritoi t t riM alien.) the KStll aliilll. Seiit-e oi the iriv In the forenoon 'd. , o! I at ICCeUl.C follow of tlie -nrl . let y mbliiiH I. I reunion of tne .( Hie Potomac. y thete weie J 1 a no, iit.4 Geo ei;, I li..ni, K Si.'VIc. comman der of the third corpa. Ceneral Hora tio I". King of New York; C.eoec. I freti.r'vk Grant. 1". S. A : Genet it John C. bli.-k and Gen, ril J. U. Durve, in au.uJ.iKc.