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I v THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING. JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1911. 1 i i V NEW YORK SENATE FIGHT DRAWS . 10 CLOSE CHOICE EXPECTED TO .BE MADE TONIGHT Only Possible Complication Is Bolt of Enough Democrats to Prevent Election; Sheehan and Shepard Rivals for Toga. Qflly Morning Jimrwnl ftprrll iMtfd tVlir 1 Alinnv, N. V., Jnn. 15. In tni fr.ur hour, Purling the uncxpi cted, the t'nitcil Status senator from N'i'W York nil! know of his rl.'inn. The choir' w ill be made tomorrow Tilght l a caucus of tin- lis demo. crals of (h Mutt' senate nnd fin. m m lily. The unexpected would hp a bolt bv enough democrat Id prevent the oust ing of s tiiiijurtiv villi- of nil I he leg islatora, when lmlli houses rurniiilly Vote fur ci senator uri 'I'jemluy. Legislators already mi the scent ticltcve the coiitcsU lln hiiwe'n Will- him K. Shechnn nf New Vork and Kit ward M. Shepard of Brooklyn both lawyers, nil both uf long politi cal net-vice. of the other candidates ini'iitluni'il, the leading are: Daniel F. Cohiilnn. Justice James AV. Gerard, Seymour Vim Hunt Voord. I). Ciiil.v Herrlck of Albany mill Al tun H. Parker. Nit inn' could be found tonight who Intended In present any , t these tti nit-n to thi- caucus. .( tlii" same time no one will drily th.it liny of tllCSC fiVO hllll II ChnllCP 111 CllSe of II deadlock between Shochiill unit Hiepstid. Dr. Robert I. Hush, assemblyman from Chemung county, und u former epmker of tli1 lower house km Id hi liuil been chosen to present .11 r. shec liu nil name. Thonum M. Osborne, leader of the Khepard forces, mhIiI his candidate's name would urely wo be fora the caucus, hut was not ready to my who would present It. On hi'hiilf of the Kh.-pard commit tee, Mr. Osborne wild: "Thn Rhepnrd committee wishes nly to gay that It tins absolute con fidence In the election of Mr. Khepnid mid la no vvHa disturbed hy Hi 1 claims of th other cunilliliiles," Mr. Khoehnn declined to discuss his chances or make uny predictions, Charles F. Murjihy culled on Gov rrnor Dlx utn niter the hitter ur rived. Neither Mi. Murphy nor the governor would any u word nliont their conference. The governor aluil tilmsctf up In I ha executive mansion and declined to see iiewnpiipir men r to ferrlva nifaaiiKca, "If nil the ileinocriitH, InclndliiK AaHenitilymiui t'oseil. who who elected Ha II n Independent ilt-HKxi.il . enter utter Vii!riMhiy tilght. m -eordiiiK thr he:iU "I ' th tiii iioio, h'-re to 1.1 iv. At th.'t thne th- lun.iM Tutls Mill nil .-l In i Min im tn iwmiii.itt- to iin ni.liMi nr the I lilted Suite wnate n,- t.ir a lull term i.n.l the other to I'll th,- ti yenra of the unexpired I'tm nl in.. I. ile .-it.ilor Klkuif. n att, inpta lime ilii eii or will he int'ile to urrMt the Keptihlkiin incm In rs of the Male wiihIp under the rerouliitii n i..t..plcil hy th IH'inn crnta. r"n;ilnr Iiavia l.lklns wa here to hiy i'lid l a inniliihile fur Heputillr mi itilnrai-meiit for the acnutt-. . .-t l'ulcr'i Kid ne x Krmcdy An Ap. prciliitlitii I McConncll, t'aiherlne St.. Elmlrft, N. Y., wrllca: "I wlah to rxpreaa my tipprecliitlmi of the (treat Komi I de rived from Kuley'a Kidney Remedy. nhlrli 1 uaed for a hud cane of kidney trnuhte. Five bottle did the work moat effectively and proved to me beyond donht it i the moat reliable kidney medicine I hnve ever taken. i. H. O'Klelly Co. AGED IN LEAPS TO DEATH Despondency Due to III Health Responsible for Suicide o Once Wealthy St, Louis Manufacturer, the inuriia ill,, mtijnrtty ncceaMiry for a choice, there will lie flfly-nlKhl. Th.. tnlul memlicrMhlp in both hmiH-a 1 '.'01 unrt n mnjiirlty of till ineinlicra I'll, la tieerfisiiry for election on Joint tin I lot . If nil the ileliHK tiilH. tin hid. tim Mr. I'uaed, atnnd by Hie choice of Hie majority caiiciia th- cnnillilute thero chiiheit will rect-IVe 1 1 .'i Votea. The Hheehnn men clnlm thirty three votea from New York county, three from ijneena laid thir teen from Krlu. Thcae forty-nine 1liey reaiird na cerliiln. The Hhepiii'd Tiien Hie leaa definite In their t-lnlma, hut any they tun depend iitunt eigh teen volea from KIiikh comity unil one or two from Frli and a lnr nut jorlty of tin? uii-alHte leKlalitlora. Not ItlialiindliiH the iii'Mi'iieMi of the Una I contest, an ntmns-pheie of ex pectancy prevail, Heverill deleKll tloiia ii r,. arranuInK to cull on (inv. U tomorrow nnd th' I'iIiiiiIn of Mr. Mieptild hnve not iitiMililoned hope that the Kovei'tior will yet any aiime thliiK to atrenKthon their aple. i hum Hi :ni .HTl .s f I is iiosTH.niKs to mii i has. New York. .Inn. J 5. The I'm lit renter of the h m !m Ik I lihiiillon una liirntn lrHiiHiorted o Allmny loihiy when tloveriior liis l,.n town. Al though, he contlnuea to miilnliilii piih llc lit leant bin attitude of ailellcc, nnd "hnnds oil','' Ihe ci,nllloti Krowa trniiKir amoiiw lemleia here., who tallied with hlin i-Btiiiliiy Hint (he Koiullnn of the munition not only reata with him (hut a public word by lilm would preilpltnte the r I mi t re mit but Hint he knowa It nnd witd liolil the word becuuac be believe the outcome In iilrendy In hla Ki'nap. In clnba. In hotel Inblilca, riin-iin the Tiimmnnv iliatrict (mlefa thi te la Jw loiiKer uny doubt that the ilcmn tnitlc party colli ronta n rrlHlH. J. r!trKcnnt t'nini, cliiiiiiiinit of the Ken trill coiiiinillee of Tnmnmiiy Hull, nnd lonjf one of the imIIsi'n of lend er f'hnrUa I", Murphy, showed thin t'uhiv when he mild: "Yea. I'm koiuv to Albany pinmr Tow, I think 1 hnve a rlaht to lie Ihere In u crlala of the pmly per hiipa lit the cvtmilloii of the parly. 3've been walilliK eighteen jeuia to the democratic puilv in control mul I don't want (o ace it nil thrown iMiv In aeveiitcen daya." It wna. Mr. I'tama niiink on Mr. Kheehau yeatcrday 1 tint Iniliowed all liallc rluua to one slunp Iksu,-, Hh Inir ah'pt on It, he lunnd iii'thlm: tu Ictruct today. ''Trim la In no n-oh,. a one-tinn of 1IP1 With tile." i cotitiniteit, "hut of luinclplea and I.iIUIm I h,ie not i dlisiilen d the fact that 1 hn ve been iiiftilinni d na ! potable mull,. I. it,.; I llUe t"l,l ll'V fllitlilti not tu pli-cellt Jiy mime to the cam un. I haa not t'lltcn Into uccntiiit the fact that Mr Wurphi and I huvo been friemla. "1 lll.e llllly Wlieehan tni.'-t iiinua I nut and aareealil, Icllow. As ciuii linv 1 prefer htm to Mr. 8li .ni,. "Now 1 1 h to Hill,- Sliceli.in, JiihI (aid i hat I like him end all (hat. iloti'l you know, but nmlu'ilv who dm a Jmt know whut lllllv Shceliun upre vetila well, be d better jj., i- hi ho,,l. that all," It became Known today that Mr I'ram'a natoiindliiir ib-pat I tfr lioin 1'ammniiy precedent cici.lii lt no unpremeditated nullum.!, fur tnnne luva he had been ttilkliiK In Hie name .vein anionic hla frlcnda nii.t wh,-n In thought he had founded acnl imctit In the oipnniKatloi, be apohe. Ile lnslBti-d today tluit lie apoke fur lio liody hut liltiim-lf and thai he hud no t luhl to nay whin the niliiu nt of the illklrict I, aiten is. 1 Hy M,,rnla( Journal llperial Immhi Win rU. I,oula, Jan. IB. It. II. Whit more, aued 6S, leaped from n, window In the einhlh atory of the Murquetto Imi el to the pavement below tdouy, k 111 In m: hlmaelf inatautly. Deapond- etiey over hla cotillriiied llltieaa, unit the dentil of hla wife, who wim the diiimhler of (leorae Knunii, one tlnic piibllMher of the Ht. 1Oiiia Itepuhllt la lalveii DM the cauae of the act. Whltmote wiih u member of one of th" wt-allhleat St. Lotila fHinlllca, iind d r a number of yeui.t wim acctelary o the Merchiinta exi Im titt". He re tired iibout -lu ht yeara ii(ju, iind ahort- ly followliiK the deiilh of Mrs. Whit inori), four year uto, he waa atrlcken with partial piiralyala. About 11 o clock today ho left n sanitarium, which had been Ida home for more than a year, nnd went to tiie ,MniUctl hotel, where tie I'eK- Mi'ivd nnd iirtktid for a room on one of the upper lloota. Fifteen nilliulea Inter he hulled hlmaelf to the pave ment. Hla fnlllntt body nniTowU tnlHHcd ctilklliM H pedeslrlnn. He was lukcn mat to tnc city noapuiu und then to the. mofuue. A note found In a coat pocket atiited that a pliyaicinn lmd advlfil him that In would be utterly helpleaa fur lh( feat of Ilia life.' Whltinivre, who wim n unlive of Newluti, Miin., neiir lloston, wua once it muiiufiictiiref of Qiilnoy, 111, C. K. W'liltmoie of New York, II lieplievv, linppelifd to be aloppliiK lit thn hotel on Ida uy weal when tb elder YYhlniioiH elided hla life. HQMDUHAN REBELS Hi nllla, trouble and he would have takins thia unit. tit tl- t.i ih Mi. im:mi i KII.AIIOV o Mil It Al in . Hj Morning J.tarul aperlal irr J Waxhlnmon, Jan. 15. S, nor San chea Ijitmir, charae d woairea of the (luati'nwliin b h.hioii here. toiiUh! isauril the follow in atuteii'.ent: 'Tti terrlnit tu i-omplaiiita ugulnst the Government of tluatemalii, the le gation of the latter In Washington is that It la m re i Ipt of advice.--d, uylntf the charit-a communicated to 'ho department of atiile that"it haa count-iiiinced uny violation whatso ever of the Waahinifton cunvcnilui, As a mutter of fact, a larao tore,, of the regular army h.ia been carefullv putrolliiiK the iionduriiii frontier fur a con.sdler.ible period lor the cxjirejet purpoao of preventing auch viola Hon. J he leKUtton furthermore moat em phatically denlea that the KUnbout Hornet hn either b ii armed within ( i u.it in i l.i ii Jurixdli (ion or haa re ceived any armament from that Bouree. Waahlngton, Jul). 15. A tatement lasiied by the alule department today said the American leaailon at Cluute- inalii City waa ao Inatructed bccutiae of repeated complalnta'' that the Uonilla movemeiit was "receiving; ac tive aid and Kupport In (luatcmalu. ind In view of the information f tho armliiK of the Hornet." ihe protected cruiser Tai oiiiu . Iiaa been ordered to Join thi itiinbont Marietta, in pntrollltiK the Atlantic oust of liuiitemaU nnd lloruitiraa arid the Hornet will lie kept under aurvelllunee. Foley Kidney Fill Ate tunic In action, ipiick in reaulta, Mpciitil medicine fur till kidney and blnildtr diaonlera. Mmy C. Abbott, WoJIedoro, x. H.. aaya: "J wua nf- fllcted with a bad caae of rheumntiam. due to uric ac'd that my kidneys fail- d to clear out of my blood. I was m lame In my ieet, Jolnta and buck that It ti uKony for me to step. J. uaed Foley Kidney l'illa for three duya when I wna able to get up and mine about and the paltm were all done. 1 hla ureut change In condition owe to Foley Kidney I'llla ftnil rec ommend l hem to anyone aufferlriK an have." J. II. O'Klelly Co. iraftii! GET " ROUSING RECEPTION i Constitution as Easily Amended as That of Any State Except ing Three, Declares Albu querque Statehood Speaker, TUSSLING MEN FALL FROM WIN00W ' Saloonkeeper and Bartender In stantly Killed as Result of What Friends Call Friendly Struggle, CAPTURE 01 Republic: Gunboat Hornet Fails to Participate in Fight lly .MiiniIiik JiiioiihI Npri lal I rimril Ire) I'elliii, HondiiriiH, Jan. II. V'.u New iiilciiiiH. Jan. I!i. Truxlllo wiim rtiplured by the revoliilloiilat Tuea ilny 'il'lei' a liiitd ahlrmlah with the atii'ull m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 of Kcvernmcnt aobll 'rs. The au einuieiit loal aeven killed, lu cliulliiu tin' Mayor ile I'la-.-.n, unil twelve ttoiinded. Three huniliid noverniiieiit aoldleia b it Celba thla nlt'l'lioun for Nueva Armenia, Iwcuty-clKht inlba enm, wln ra they cv.'iei t lo meet the revo lutionary army which la mild to have bit Tiuxlllo Tin-day ,venln on a march 1 s mil C Ibn. The i-'Volulliililaia have cut the tele. Kinph line to TlUXlilo lllld rut'tller tie tails of the buttle there ale not avail able. The newa received here, was broiinht by a incaaetiuer. A report r ached beta ycaleiilay that the revoltillonlala hail taken Cci'ia, bid the nclloii ol me miiii- niunilitnt In aniilliiu practically hla entire force lo Neuvn Armenia would Indicate that he doea not expect an attack from Ihe weal. Nothlna him been heard as to the niovineiilM of the revolullonnrv kuii In at Hornet. For several days Ihe novernnient haa been i onm rlpllni; anldleis, but many of those now in the unity nre known lo In- friends of liciieral Maliu I llonllla. leader of llle revolu HotiNt.'. At Ihe sluht of the 11'illlllM furies, it is believed that one half or mule of Ihe (.-ovcrnmeiu troops will i oln Ihe former. The symputnv oi I the clttii. ' f Celba is plainly with MliHT lit. IM IHMfM II T t Hoi i m: m i: cm ( i s 'harlestin. W. Yii , Jan. If, No further attempta to eff , t n eomprotn lse that would brlnir the Itepuhlh an tind liemocralle halves of the alata vciiutu losvllur vill be made until THINK THIS OVER Tills til fir slioiilil tiiiln ttic Couri ilcnif of llu lat Skeptical Wo pity fi r all the medicine used iIuiIiir- the trial, I) our remedy tails tu compleleh relieve you of eonstlpa iti n. We lake nil the risk. You lire nut i.lillu.ileil to us In any way what ever, If v accept our offer. That's a mlKhty broad statement, but e menu every word u.' II. Could iin.v thiHK be im ie fair fur you? A liiuHl scientific, comniun si use tiraliueni Is Itexall i irdcrlleM, which ar ibn like caudv. Tlulr active piiluiple !ji c recent Nil. 'Otitic dls lonrv ih 't Is odorless, colorless and lateli, verv pruiimi need, Kclille and pleasant in action, and partleiilai ly auieeiil.le in ,.erv vviiy. Tills ltirc dleiii dues nut cause iliut'l Iliieii. nausea I lui uli in e. Miiiuiiit i'T any lit' onvcnl- eu, e wlintivef liexall I Intel lies Hie piirlleulelly (,,- ell 1 111 I'Cll, ll'l1 and delleiilr .i i .-i.n- If yon suiter irmii i bronlc or li ildliial i onstfpittluii, or the assoclatn or dcpcmlt nt cbinnle nllmeiits. we urse von lu try liiKall Urtcrllesl at our risk. ItenieiiitMr ini inn net them tit Albuitieriiue only at our store. 12 tablets 10 cents; St tuldels L'fl unisThe llcxull Hinre. The $ II. U Kcllly, lly Murnliii Journal Hpsrliil l.flised tYlrrl Seattle, Wash., Jan. 15. John An derson, u aiiloon proprietor und Hen hrlslcnsen, a biirlender In hla cm- loy, were Instantly killed curly to- lay when they fell from a third story Indow of n hotel. The men were. unused In whnt their friends des rlbe na u fileiidly tunsle. Tho loom id been been cleared to make wav fur the 'MiniKRllna; men when they aud- di'iily cai tied imulnst thn window ovel looklnif the alley. The aaah Kiive way with a craah, llle men toiuiled the brink u moment and then pliitiKed head flnt to the cobblestones below. Companions rushed out of thn i hotel to their assistance hut both were dead, each mnn'a arms tlnhtlv locked about the other body. " ... ,. .;. , ... . PHOSPHATE BEDS IN MONTANA Recent- Discoveries Believed to Be of Great Commercial Val ue; Promptly Withdrawn From Entry, (Hy VI liming Journal Rppclnl Leased Wire Washington, Jan. 15. l'husphuU: beds, believed to be of Kleut com mercial value, have been discovered In western Montana, nceordlnn to it bulletin from the Cnlted States neo loulc.il survey. The ilcjaislta are on public lands near l.lulle, Mont,, which luiva been vv iihilrawu from entry, nendlnii con- uresslolial Klslatlon lis to their con trol and disposition. Itmk phosphate hitherto was Hot believed to tie present in Montana, and It was only In Ihe classification of certain lands by the ucolouieal aur- vuy to determine whether they were of n mineral or nou-niineral charac ter that the urea was located. As it was not considered d 'sirahle to call public attention to the fact before the government had hud an opportunity to withdraw from entry these lands, no detailed prosin'ctlntf has been done. The neiilolcu siir voy belli'Vea tljal (lie areii la li'.rm' and It Is thiuiRht that the bed may be live or six feet thick. II. S. dale, who has mitten n pam phlet soon to be issued by the kcoIokI- it I siirve), says of the deposits that they ''are ulinost, if not unite, identi cal with tine-' oi'curlnn: In tin- meat phosphate fields a couple of hundred miles to thi' south where th,. beds have a workable thlcknesn of four and a half tu six feet." II Is ihe hope of the survey olfli la Is that lurxe arena uutsldo of ttiut initially examined bv Mr. Unlo. may he underlain with phosphate. The possible lomiUKe therefore, tuny 'he Iiiikc, us a siptare injh' iiuderluiti with a Hire foot lied of phosphate would contain about 5,"fiU.oao tons. ALLEGED SLAYERS OF KETCHEL FACE TRIAL Siuinufielil. M. Jan. 15. -The trial f Waller A. llplcy und tioldlc Smith, hunted Jointly with the murder of Stanley Kdchel, who at Hie time of his death, October 1!. hold the mid- illew'eli;ht clinmplonshlp, will benln tomoirow In the Webster county cir cuit Court at Marshflelil. Mo, Ketch el Was killed on the ranch of I!. F. Im kelson about fil'teti) miles from here. , ll-j-lcr line to Xi'iiHui'iut'. Wlnnlpm, Man. Jan. 1&. A eor-uiu-r a Jurv at liellevue, Alt'ei ta, has reported that the ilealh of thirty-one miners who lost their lives In the Hclh viie mine lecmhcr H, was du lo pulsion us K.ises enueiidi red In the miiie follow Inn n rock slide.. The Idame is placed lo the hetill- kciicc of operator und miners. I'lMvIsI Csrrmpamdrae to Marslnf Joarsul Fort Sumner, N. M., Jan. It. There wu an enthusiastic hcarlnft ac corded to Judwe Compton. JuiIkp Mann and (leorge Sena at a rutistitutioiiHl rail;' here Inst night. JudKtf Compton dwelt upon the vuniahliiK prejudice atfalnst a docu ment supposed by many to have cor poration lennlnK but which, on exami nation Is found to, la- severe In Us rPKulatlon ot corporations; showed that the much-talked of salary list impoBcg a burden of cIkIu centa each on the voter, which Is more than off set by the taxation of the lao;e ttrants; and by the fact that the school lands will carry the school Hem, always the largest in the tax list, lie showed that the Initiative and prohibition can be secured by amendment und that they could not be secured under the territorial form, lie hud been down the Fort Sumner valley during th day and made Ita wonderful de velopment a text for a tdnwlntf pic ture of whut we may expect under statehood. juuKe ntnnn snowed that the con stitutlon could not properly Include legislation like the Initiative nnd prohibition enactments; that these mlht he secured later If the people really wunt them, and dwelt at lemrth upon the fact that the con stitutlon glvea the new state a more advanced corporation commission than any other state has, and can be us easily amended as any other state constitution, save three. (come Semi followed with the n,ument that the native New Mex leans have been fully Ktiarded in the Instrument and would be unwise. If not ungrateful, not to vote for It. of discussing proposed amendments, the joint committees decided to vote unanimously for the above change to the constitution. The new rule, if adopted, will be similar to that whiih prevents fresh men from competing on varsity foot bull, baseball or crew combinations. Numerous other nm -ndments were agreed upon for adoption, tine of these IP the incorporation of the ama teur athletie union relay racing rules into the IntercollcKiat- constitution. In. hurdle races next proposed to make unolher chanpe whereby an athlete who knocks down three or more hurdles will be disqualified. A competitor who trulls p. leg- or foot alongside a hurdle will be declared out. SPECTACULAR FLIGHT IN DENVER AEROPLANE The local land office hng been Instructed to instruct Probate JudKf Homo to proceed to, perfect title for Ihe townsite. . Accordingly there Is Increased activity in placlmr Improve meats on lots, somif even building at nlKltt by tho light of the moon. For either acute or chronic kidney disorders , for annoying and pain ful urinary Irregularities take Foley Kidney tills. An honest and effec live medicine for kidney and bladder disorders, J. II. O'lUelly Co. GRAFT INQUIRY ALL BOSH:SAYSHYDE . ! - Missing New York Chamberlain Turns Up Smiling After Legis lative Investigating Commit tee Has Dissolved, By Morning Journal Special Leased Wlr New York, Jan. 16. Charles II. Ilydo, New York'a city chumherliiin, missing for thirty-eight days, arriv ed from Florida this afternoon and alighted from his train, jaunty, calm and mulling. Of tho closing of two hanks coiiiuinlng JSliu.OlMi in illy founds, of which he was custodian, he would say nothing. Of the graft In vestigation now adjourned, be talked more freely. P.iieliy, as far c.s he was concern ed It was all "bosh." The Merritt com mittee It will be recnlled, tried for more than a. month to subpoena Hyde na a witness, other having testified that he was at a meeting where J&OO.OOt) corruption fund was raised In un attempt lo defeat the anti-betting bills at Albany, All t hid and more Ur. Hyde denied. Thn committee had ample time to get lilm berore he loft New York, he said, and he remained away solely on net-mint of hla health. I'asalng most of liis time on a house boat, he was out of touch wilh the world, he said, knew nothing of the furore caused by his absence and did not learn un til Friday Inst of the closing of the hanks. Then,, he said, he hurried back to his duties, prepared to he nt his desk ti -morrow morning and to stick to bis Job. Suguestlons of resignation he met with emphatic negatives. "This graft Investigation stuff Is all Imsh." declared Mr. Hyde. "1 lefl this city because of 111 health, and for no other reason. For three months be fore I departed the Investigation com mittee was iu rcsaioli. , I was nhout the city hall every day. but I never hud any suggestion from nay p,v in ner or the committee or irom r.r.y body outside the committee that I was wu tiled. . "Fvcr.vbody else was subpoenaed who was Wanted. Nobody approach ed me. 1 had n) reason to assume that I was wanted. And ns to the alleged corruption fund, why, I don't even know the people they said 1 met with t" raise the 'boodle.' ' "I Intend to continue kn the faith ful performance of my duties. I have no Intention of resinning now." "Iio yon mean that you muv resign later?" "uh, wi ll 1 cannot say whnt I ahull do later," tie replied. "It Is not my Intention to resign, although I ha wanted to resign for six months on account of the nuis ance of detectives and reporters." Pueblo. Colo.. Jan. 1 ii. G. Van Arsdale hi a Denver built biplane, made a spectacular flight alter dark ness had -fallen here today. After the aeroplane had left the ground it could be seen only as It flashed be tween the cheering spectators and the lights of the city. Van Arsdale made three flights iu all. on the first of which he was forced to descend hurriedly to avoid atriking a dense crowd of spectators clustered on the outside of the fence ubout the avla. tlon field. VanArsdule was compelled to swoop suddenly toward the crowd to avoid electric light wires hut sue. ceeded In stopping the machine he- fore reaching it. The machine used by Van Arsdale is a cross 'between the Curtlss and Farmin types and was built for E. Lynn Matthew-son of Denver Itiplane Faster Thau Automobile. Khreveport, Im., Jan. 15. J. A. t. McCurdy In his biplane outdistanced an automobile in a seven mile race this afternoon, covering the course In five minutes and seven seconds and furnishing the feature of toduy's aerial program. MeCunly went to a height of 700 feet ( ome und see for everything in the fi.oi'K, FKI'.I), STOCK FOOD Km LTHV FOOD & ANIMAL UKM KDIKS LINK. HKIICRK Hit ACH VOCAL,, lit W. COPPEIt AVE PHI INK 611). DISGARDED SUITOR SLAYS GIRL She Refuses to Respond to His Good Morning Greetings and He Shoots Her Dead on Den ver Street, (By Morning Journal Speelnl Leased Wire Denver, Jan. 15. Hiss Anna Willi- derle, aged 21, whs shot and killed this morning by M. Henry Murphy, former sweetheart, while retooling from u morning itihrs. The shocftlhg ccniied on West J wenty-flfth uve nue. within one block of her home and directly In front of Murphy's res tdence and followed tho girl's refusal to respond to Murphy' "good, morn lug." ' Murphy re-ontercd the house ami later went to his brotlier'a office down town lo return the revolver which he borrowed a faw days ago. Murphy coolly informed his brother of what he had done and asked him to notify the police. At the police station, Murphy acid ho was unable to explain bin action except that Miss Wundcrle'a refusal to accent his attentions had preyed upon his mind. Murphy was formerly a member of the Denver fire department, but was discharged several months, ago. PREDICT DEADLOCK IN NEW JERSEY WOULD BAR FRESHMEN ' FROM TRACK MEETS New York. Jan. 15. If tbe recom mendation of the advisory und cxccti. live roinnilttee is approved at the coming meeting of the Intercollegiate Athletic rt,iHiaU9n- of Airti-iiiM. freshmen will.' for (he rirst time, be haired from the annual track -and field championship games. At a meet ing here today held for the purpose riends of Candidate Smith Work to Secure Consent of Wilson Followers to Binding Caucus of .Legislators, ,., Illy Morning Journal Special Leaned Wlrr) Trenton, N. J., Jan. IB. Demo mile members of the legislature nre expected to. confer tomorrow night on the Cnlted Slates vcnalorahlu. Tho onfereuee lias been culled by State end tor Harry V. Osborne, W ho. was made) chairman .of the first Demo- ratlo Joint conference held lust Tucs- lay. . . . The men who favor James E. Mar- tine are opposed, .to a caucus which would be binding upon those partici pating, The supporters of James mllh, Jr., an? making every effort lo have the Marline men consent to a oUcu"s hut without tivui'. notwith standing Covcrnor-elect Wilson holds that a good majority of the Demo cratic legislating are In favor of Mr. Martlne, ' A canvass of the Democratic legis lators, wlib h is more or less of nn estimate-, divides the fifty-one- Demo- ratio ' votes about evenly between M ii'ttnc fiVid "nUih ' Thi ' taken hv , Ii v. on tMri, pale children is almost magical. , It makes them plump, rosy, and active. Scott's Emulsion containo no drug,, no alco hol, nclhtii" tut the purest and best innm-.cnts to inue oiood, bono and sniu Hern. many to m an a ik.nl lick which nitty last some time and finally result in a third man beins taken up. Hut Governor-elect Wilson in his Newark speech last night said em phatimlly that under no circum stances coiiiJ there bo a com promise. He maintained that to keep good faith with the people Cue eenatorship must go to Mr. M irtine who received about 4S.UM0 out of the 70.000 votes cast iu the Democratic primaries last September. Tiie confidence manifested by each side, the improbability of a binding caucus and the fact that eleven men may prevent any one securing the forty-one votes necessary to win when the legislature will take its (list vote on Tuesday, January 24, all tend to make diteut any prophecy as to how the contest will terminate. SMITH MAIvl-S K)(i AM) llliTI K JIFPI Y TO ! y.,. Newark, N. J., Jan. 15. James Smith, jr., whose candidacy Tor the It'nited States senate was assailed here lust night by tlovernor-clect , C. Yl'il...... t..,.lt.l .-., lit n ,, , .rM,i'n t.iiQi'ii, t.'tii,!.. tun-, and bilter rejoinder. His candidacy, he says, was un issue throught the late campaign nnd one in which .Governor Wilson tactily acquiesced. The primary vote Instructing for James Martine, he argues, was a mi nority of the total vote, cast and there fore should be disregarded, because i f the majority of the voters hy ne glecting to Instruct otherwise showed their confidence in the judgment of the legislators. " "Hut that vote. Dr. Wilson now as sert.," continues Mr. Smith, "hns since been supplemented by public opinion. Is there any douit of how that opinion was created? Dr. Wil son will soon take office. The power of the .patronage ' haj undoubtedly shaped sentiment." i Highest GRADE OF GRAHAM & KYE FI.OUH.& White & Yellow CORN MEAT, at BEKGER & BRACHVOGKL, lit W. COPPER A V IS. PHONE 610." ' Imaloy'sI Surct filler, gal 511c IU-st we lime hail this Order a jii:n licfore It Is nil sold. , C1iiblMiu.se hteel Cut 'Coffer, II lac Something; new in the flu!,, liou-c lino. ' ! ' .oust Gallon Apples, tullou r,nt. flieaM-r mill la-lter I ban l'rcsli apples. No waste. llA. J. Maloy 214 CENTRAL AVE. Phone 72. AIS REPLIES TO ROOSEIEL T Declares Former President Is Trifle Late in Coming to Sup port of Senator Lodge, ll.r Morning Journal Special Letid Wlrel Huston, Jan. Hi. Conirressmnn liutler Ames issued a renlv toniirht to former President Rooaevelt. who last night charged Mr. Ames with "deliberate falsehood," In connection with statements regarding the alleged connection of Senator Henry Cuhot Fudge with an effort-to sell some col liers to the navy department. In hla reply, Congressman Ames said in on rt: "I do not question your denial of the conversation between yourself und Senator Lodge and the secretary of the navy. In fact, I expected you to do so. And a cabinet officer can not be expected to verify the accuracy or Inaccuracy of a conversation with his chief. "1 whs authovltntlvely Informed that you did use the words I hnve credited you with; but whether you did or not. is of minor Importance. ind this particular part of the con troversy may be sufely left to some future time. "Has it occurred to you that the denial of those charges, or an ex planution thereof should hnve been made by Senator Lodge himself, nnd on the floor of the senate, for-the fair mime of Massachusetts' Informa tion and for his own? 'Hns it occurred to you that the time and place for you to have come to Senator Lodge's escije was evvn before you came to sneuk in his be half at the arena In Boston Just bc- tore election .' Has It occurred to you, or to Sen- Uor Lodge, that thus to rush to -his bfense In the press on tho day lie- fere the caucus In the legislature on the senatorial election ir. this state, way. to lav yourself onon to the harges, In the minds of some uti lvirltablu people, at bust, of trying e suppress full Information in the matter and your choice of time makes the d'llcatp compliments von nav me n your telegram to Sneaker Walker ike on a political rather than a per sonal complexion?" EDWARD M. SCHNOR Is a first-class Piano Tuner and Organ Builder. Call at Lear. nard Llndcmunn Co. The Square Music Dealer. Phone 150. AUCTION Thursday, January lth, at 1:30 o'clock p. ni., ut the home of Mrs, M. i. Carpenter, 210 South Wultcr street, 1 will sell at auction the hand some furnishings of a six-room house. Goods are new and sanitary, consist ing in part of kitchen utensils, dishes, glassware, mission dinlng-table and chairs. Twenty mission and oak wll low rockers, center tables, sanitary (ouches, brass beds, cots, mattresses, springs, chilioniers, dressers and rugs. $350.(19 mahogany piano and other line household enuiiinients. Inspect goods Wednesday before sale. SCOTT KMCIIT, Auctioneer. LOADED BOMB EIRED EROI CLOUDS Successful Experiment Shrapnel at San Francisco Aviation Field; Thousands Witness Flights, MANIAC BELIEVED T0BEP0LITIC1 Well Dressed Stranger Seized By Police as He Attempts to Disrobe in Crowded Los An geles Street, Illy Morning Journal Special I.ruurd Wlrr Los Angele, Cul., Jan. 15. C. P. implicit who from letters In his pus- session, Is believed to be policltally und socially prominent lu Grand 'orks and other North Dakota cities, was arrested today after a hard bat- with a detective, und locked up on charge of being insane. Cumnbell. who was attired In costly clothing nud Wore a largo diamond stud, at tracted the attention of " the detec tive when he began disrobing on ti street corner. To all questions he re lied with but one word "love." The numerous letters found In his pockets- indicate thai he has traveled xlenslvcly. One of the letters dated oiiland, Ore., speaks of the Illness of Mrs. Campbell mid advises him to "keep a stiff upper Iin." Cnmn. bell apparently is ubout fifty years of age. PORTUGUESE SOLDIERS STRIKE FOR MORE PAY Palis. Jan. 15. Advices rnim l'u,l... Jose, Spain, five miles 'from the Portuguese frontier, say the Portu guese governement has acceded to the demands or th,. garrison at Klvas, which mutinied recently and demand. d Increased nav. It Is reported that the authorities f the town of fampo Malor. nine lllileg northeast of KIvhs. lirrenlli- ee. iiicsted the Lisbon government to despatch two battalions of troops to that place. No reason for this rc- ouest Is known and the government refused on the ground that I room could uot be spared at present. Illy Morning Journal Special Lnu-il ITIm) A vial inn Field, Kan Francisco, Jan. 15. For the first time In history of aviation in this country, a loaded bomb wtis drooped from an aero plane on Cnmp Sclfridge field today and exploded. The experiment was made by Lieutenant M. Crissey of the coast artillery, flying with Phillip Purina lee in a Wright biplane. At a height of 475 feet, Lieutenant Crls sry released a shrapnel shell, aiming at a clear spot on the ground near the lower end of the Held. A puff of smoke as the missile struck showed the success of the experiment. Tho shot was callable of wounding witM'i a radius of seventy yards und great carp v.as .-xercised In selecting thu j place for drooping It. Lieutenant John O. Walker of the I Eighth lnrantry also was carrkil aloft today for the purpose of tak ing photographs and making observa tions. Walter Drookins took him up In a Wright biplane and at a height of nhout 1,000 feet. Lieutenant Walk-, er made six snap shots with liis cumern oT Camp Sclfrldse uml the' surrounding country. i After nearly a week of ra)n, tho resumption of flights today attracted several thousand spectators to th'' livlallcn grounds. The field wh rain souked, but the blrdmen had no dil'f culty in ascending. Air .condition were excellent and many intrrestimf flights were made. James ltadley, the Englishman, made another visit to San Francisco this afternoon In Ms Hletiot monoplane. He followed the line of the bay to the ferry building and then crossed the harbor' to the Oakland piers, over which h darted before beginning his return trip. Hrooklns fultilled his pioiiiiic to give San Francisco u thrill with spiral dips and glides and for a quarter of an hour his sensational spirals held Ihe crowd enthralled. In dcaccndlnt from his passenger-carrying trip with Lieutenant Walker. Hrooklns brought a shriek or delight from the grand stand by a spiral BWoop to the earth from a height ol several hundred feet. Eugene Ely of the Curtiss ciiim gave a popular exhibition of fast living inn! corner-slipping, banking his biplane nt perilous angles 1 rounding tho course, . . "I10RLIG At Fountains & Elsewhere Ask for ft o . Thi Origins) and CsnmV.s MALTED rrl.LK The Focd-drlnk fcr 111 Aast At rcinurant.s hotels, ana fouuti'n Delicious, inv iterating oi.d rttaininj;. Keep it on yc::f dobM.J it . :- LX-G't trsvA vi-aViii i;. - outfit hr.Ii t;::: Mvil ii ?. &ia.e. filt.3 r.s i.TioU.lca. j-t say "L'OiiLICK S." t. l? si s. ... .. - - -i " - . WISWM, t.l-V4 M .-i e,(, mjli"; U!1 belli, r -thr ntt liul mo. ll khhu. , . 1 ...... mtmt . ... , mini' l" ' ' ' it -. . ' t ne - ' i.