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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING. JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 191 1.
0 H Navajo Blankets and Curios N KK. Il l s 1II)IN; HIST. Ml !( A Dl! WW UOIth. ZMIAI'HM ami I'llCI IIIIK MttM'S line, of the Show Places In Alhuiicitic tor. Third tn, ami (iold Ate. REBEL ACTIVITY it HONDURAS snd flagrant violation of every tenet of the repoblh party. Tin- notice el Inicd that a majority of the coin " tulltee hi.d signed the call. Mr. huh a t.eil tilmsWf, would not tin beyond - wrifjintt nine hi ihr sixnaior.s, tlimik'h there appeal id to lie nine teen sigristurc" to the purN rtcd call. The attempted call, a signed, la i n- tirdy different frim the notice sent. .filature were obtained under false i jt presentations as tj the purport of th writing. "The Idea of an hour to two hours' notice of the assembling; of th cen "i tral committer fur th(. transaction f - Important business, such us reoiM-n-Ir.atlon of thr committee, it' sunnested by me. would immediately meet Ihr protest of all republi, una, ami Mr. llubl.ell would seller upon such a BUKKestlon 1 convincing ii onf that t ' should Immediately vacate the com mittee chairmanship. Should I take Such ai tloit In assembling the com mittee. In aurh a way ns this iitlempt, I would f trt prepare rny -resignation anil acrid It to the committee hi the appointed tinip and im fur the meeting. It la left for the brazen ef frontery of Mr. Hnlibell, whose poll th'a tintl political practices are well known, to undertake the execution ' tif audi a roup. "I declined to rail the meeting to order for several reasons, among which I publli ly announced the fol lowing: "First, thut the rail ua not leg n In r -u number w' the signature thereto were ohtiilneil under mis representations, mid ti number were made by proxies obtained under mis representations. "Keennd, the abort untie given member of the close-in precincts and the failure o give notice to the mem ber of the outlying precincts, and the presence In person of comparn- . lively few menibera of the commuter, the rule of the party requiring ample notice to nil member of III,, commit , tie and to all republican. "Third, thr failure to give the r publican of the county notice of such attempted meeilng, the rule of , the party requiring clue publication of notices of till meeting. Fourth, thai the attempt of the parties making this movement, to wit: Frank A, Htihhell, ami a few cloae HRaocliite, we to lend color to a formal bolt of the republican party of the county and to create illaaiitla faelion In It ratika. "Fifth, that the late republican convention lately held fur the noinl nation of republican citndldule 'for delegate to the conetltiitlomil con venlion, composed of tlelegiite, elect hy the people In every precinct In the ""til v. by u regtilnr otlng primary, had, by a resolution of the conven lion, uiiiiiilllivli! u.o.pti'il, re-elected and euhflrtr)ed the county commit tee and all officer (hereof and until the next regular county convention, called to nominate candidate for the county otrue am! i!mi, ;li..iefoie, the object of (he cull could tint be Irl plder bclofii the committee, u the coninilttce could not alter or npeul lh Icglalutiie action of It creator. regularly maembled ctiumy conven 1lon. "Sixth, that the effort of acirlah and itlralgiilng men to rtlarupl a united party In the counly could tint he winc tloned, even to the "mali extent of the cbulrnuin calling the attcmiitid enecmbbige to unlet. "After making tht aninnincciiicnt. I lelt the room find learned that aome tin in of meeting wax gone through, el which .Indue .Muiiiu wax tunned a the chairman of the holt, out that M. I.. Stern proiiuced ni'tne Ijpewntlen resolution dilu ted i nalnxt me. "My iiclhltv In iiolltlix datcx from the tint,, of the ( loxtng day ol the Hubb. ll regime. The prliuury Induce ineiit wax Htiiteboo,) imil party har mony. Alter (Ahnuxtlng every coii ichalile plan n bring about party harmony, I evolved the p.m, xince aciiulcm i d In. and elillxted the xup port ol the terrltnrlitl central com mlttec. which finnllv reaulted In the cllinl ii i I Imi of lliiblu ll mid I In 11- Ihii), and the rcxiotiulon or harmony tn the parly, The lerrlloi ,i committee dlxcliilmeil nnthoiltv lo Interfere In Itle ptcllllHC. tmleeH the Oppoxtng faction xhonld agree thai It Hhotild take Jurlxilicilon llolh faction m;reeil that It should, and the rexull wax the pilmnr Mhlch Nettled the (infer ence, i exulted In id,' overwhelming ile.'cat ..f lliiblicll aiid Hiihbo'llMiii. AI the lie tuni c of a committer appointed by the leader of tin, nonimltliiM l.i guaue that, a chaltman. I pnaaexxed no iitithotlty to enter into am h an af reeini lit and to do do a an Indl x lituui, while iluilrman. would lie a brem h of Hi,, iriixt repoxed In me. and thut I couM not, and would not, consider the iiiggexilnnx. and further, that nbilr percnnally friendly to Mr. Il'iliticll, I we iiupoeed lo him m liticall). for the reaaon that 1 thought the in i it . v( ,i,' h partv dictated auch a rourxr. The ' flixt etnte election which, It j expcclcd. will occur dur ing the xiiirimi-r month, will he the moxt Important election that we will I have, and the men who arr trying! to obtain control ) the parly organ Inition by hook or crook. In addition to their deelre to gel back In control, I are xpiirred on by Ihe Importance of the t:.e election, and It germ that Ihey are going length which reveal their plan and xcheme. have not been, and will not he a xervant and tool of th cue gi-nelt m' n, or any one elxe. If they ibxlre political prefer meht or advantage, that preferment and advantage rnnt come from th max of the republican. Two 1 'tilted Mnle xeniilorx. two niemln rx of con grex. tate nfi'leera, the Judiciary ami county in fleer, are all to lie lected brforw Ihe cluar of the year, In tin count; the republican will rto the elecllng in n fBlr. xiiuare and open way and It will not ! (lone by a few men. . "I'erxoiittlly, I do not care for the poxillon of ciuiity chairman. It In tolveg a great deal of time ami labor that I rnuxt take from my btixlnexx, and I accepted the podllon of chair man with the underxtandlng that no objection would be made to my rexlg nation Immediately after the election For on,, reaaon, it another, I eon tinned a chairman and flnully agreed to continue until tve had Mlntehoml and had publicly announced my up mire ami intention of quitting active pollllc and have coutempbiled doing o. In view of the situation, ax It Preparations for Early Attack on Puerto Cortez; American Warships to Fix Zone of Hos tili ties. now appear, however, the ei Tort of a few men to detory the party in tbl county, and the obligation renting on me a a republican and chairman of the county committee, I do not e that I can, eonslKtently do other Wlp titan cniitlnu.. n cbuiemnn tn nn reffort to lerxcn the ilamiige that the holler may be nhle lo do. Any other courxe, uumerou member of the rank and file and the leader of th party declare, would be a be trayal of (he conlldencr repoaed In me by the party. I ihall, therefore, continue it chairman and with the max of the republican fight the eiiemle within our houxe." The Morning Journal ha een n copy off the "cull" to member of the committee, a call which merely HicBltx "f "imiortjint biiMlneax' hut which 1 nrcomphiilcil by g .iir "(all" w hich tnentloiiH the purpose' of reoigiitilKlng the commltlee and which fits nicely over (he iminiuscrlpt be low, The firxt tin tned "(all" I un dated, while the "inll" written Inter am) Hiipei Impimed la dated January The concliixlon I that the whole Hriiingement wax cooked up In a few hour. The accompanying II! of xlgnaiurc nml iiroxlc i n real cu- rloxlty, but a It J umlerntood Mr. Mubbell xa thut "moat of them wire signed In hi presence" no one would dare to doubt their authen ticity, . Among the procccdlngx of the imtlilllee" meeting veeteidiiy are the folb wing highly Inlerextlnff run- lullonx: (n Mvralag Jiairwl g aerial lnm4 Hlr t'elbo. 1 bind ii rax. Jan. 2!l With the cipture of (Vllia, the revoltitionixtx have become exceedingly active ami intend to make an earlv attack on Puerto forlex. They do not expect much realntanee at that point. Rontlla irrived In felba from Truxlllo bv lioat Thurxday I si and prepurntleni are under hi lupervlaion. Ihe Rchooner Konicria with 100 revolutionary troop, willed at an early hour hl morning. Hrr probuble destination la I'tlllu ialand, the south weaternmoxt of the bay Inland, which iirr now held by revoltitlonlxta. Two achooner and three aloopn are uvallgble a tratiaporta and U is In tended to mobllire a large force and tranaport a many men a poaalble to wllhin rtrlklng ditance of Puerto 'ortei. tftnee the fall of felba, General Hotillia ha five machine gun, two catling guni and a large quantity of ammunition nt hi dlxpowil, In uddi- llon to hla original guppllew which er, abundant. The United Slate gunlmat MarloUa I now nn her way to Puerto Corteg and I expected to arrive there Sunday mornlnif. The Hritlxh crulaer llillliant. It Is under. Ktood, will reach Puerto fortex dur ing the day. The American warship will permit no fighting In the town and It I be lieved similar Instructions have been furnished to the commander of the nrltlxh cruiser. lti:VOI,tTIOlNTS ItKltlltTi:!! on no.n to Tixa ru;i.p.. San Juun. del Stir, Nicaragua. Jan. 28. Tim Hondtlran revolutionary agent here ha received advice that the revolution!! have taken Hall .Ma reus la Pax and CnmiiyagnH ani are tnnrchln The troops are Joining the Insurgents. iXxpatcheN dated Friday from San Juan del Stir any the government furors defeated the revolutionist at San Marcos and several other iilnces, 1 hla was according to the report from It'guclgiilpa, where it whs aid hopes wer entertained that the revolution would not Inst long. ctnocrnts In another election of nltcd States senator to succeed Na than H. Scott and the late Senator Stephen H. Klklns. William t'hilton and I'larencr Watson have already been chosen for these place by the democrats. The purpose of holding mother election IS to make certain that the proceedings are legal. The agreement further provldce that the republican arc to be given the presidency of th' senate. Dr. Hatfield of McDowell was chosen for the place. - , i : INTENSE IT K T IN PUPIL LETTER His Holiness Regards as Cow ardly, Those Who Hesitate to Make Required Disavowal of Modernism..... i . fuivirpH wo say govprnmwit NO SUCCESSOR FOR HUGHES Colorado Legislature Takes Fifth Ballot for United States Senator With Positions of Contenders Unchanged, Jlr. ,'lubbell, composed of prominent limdiicx men of Altuiueriile. ami nl ler their coutlniuil urging. I agreed 1o Join tlieui and lake the mrimiue. went of tlirr , unipiilgii and ill. I so. in the nxxemhling of the counl loiiM Utlon ami t,. , ,.nx( In lo M "I proiiiuii-in men who imi i.,. Very Hclte III the light IIUMIIIKt II. ib- 1'tll. 1 .onw.it.. t U1., u, balriminxhlp mid na etc. (i.(, ,n,1 he since held the .i..tloii. ni , . cuptney of Him poxillon having been confirmed and extend,.,! , ,,, ,.,, regular county i ot.v i-ntl,.,, nominm. Ing candidate coiiniv olileeix. n 1be kciotiI election prior lo the nrl liierlic si.illiiK the purt dli'iereuce li nil hi whl, h the llnhbell tone rie routed i tnl tbri.ua out of the county , flii p-x. ,!(,! n.,( Vl,e r,r tu. reason Unit ..mid i,., stuiul ;inv longer Io Utllil.eltie,,,, nil. I l ,. slllon Ignored party linage ., therefore, I ih-I tbiil could. n n coo nlxtcnt republican, , i cither in get mid did no partb ipai.. In the . timi. I bP never Sought public of. 'the or political Advantage, ati.l do Hot how mid hale never n.lltel.b,eil doing o and my actions n n i..ul,. licBii, and a h clou i in nn of the i. .iiimiii. ten, have been prompted xolely bv Ir Mrintloni r.r ih.. coinmlitee. and in mutter of detail where Instruction were hot ghen. I did ht ai-peiir.-d to lie best for the partv wi-llar.'. "I hair been a pproiiclied e er.il times bv Urns,, w h'm I regarded id emlnemi. of Mr Hul.l.ell In an ef fort, u 1 took 11. to have me as ci in, ly chairman, niter Into ,m agreemen! ,y which Mr. Hubliell wax to be al lowed to name a portion of the nett county ticket, in etch instnniv 1 ad leJ ll' I'artieg lu unnilstakaide lan- ItCMolulllllls, Whereas, The ilmltnuiti ol the re ubllcmi (ilitral coinnilttee of Her- m.llllo counly did. lit the last county invention held in en id counly, In an arbitrary manner, ignore the com mittee In the temporary orgnnlxailou of the convention and ignored the executive committee, ihe counly cen tral committee and the candidate during the entire campaign for elec tion of delegate lo the constilullutml convention, and f r ether good and sufficient reasons, we, the members ol the repuhlliiiti county central coin mlitee of Hernalilbi co,int, believe It Is to the bevt Interest f the rr- publli mi party of Itcrmililh mm that this committee be Immediately reorganised mid that the executive committee be orgiinUed and Its mem bership Increased to twenty-one; Therefore be It resolved. That We proceed at once to the election of n chairman, secretary mid treasurer, mid also pi leorgnnl.e I tin executive committee and to Increase the mem bership thereof t twenty. one.. Tlio cn "I'xecutlie t otinntltcc," I'lii'sumii to i' resolution adoiled at this meeting, reorganizing this comniillee. b,. II resolved that the Hon F.dwnrd A. .Mann be declared the chairman. Ihe lion. A. K. Walker be the seirctar) and Mr, W. W. Strong he the treasurer, respecli, elv of the Heruiilillo county republican central oinniltlee, until the next regular counly republican conven tion, ami be i further Itcsolved, That the chairman of Ihe Hermilillo county republican 'eniml committer be eX-ofiliio mem h"r ,.f (In. executive iMiniimiiee- Hint i liMntiiin thereof, mid be It 'further Kendved, Timi die follow Iiih named pcison be Ihe executive committer: t.eoige S. Klock. ilcorge Ariiot. A. I!. Slr,n,i, T. It. Iiiiran, 11, Spit, ,, K. Walker, I'i,iii,ls, l.ucero y Mon t'M. M. .'. Il nobis, M. It. Hummers. Jesus lioini'ia. N Miirluo r. F. W.ide. F. A- Ilulihcll. 11. M Ferguson, I M. Sand, ii al, W. s. Stri. kl. r. J. T, M' I eiiglihu. M, 1. Hi, vii. Anibroslu t'iindeliirl.i, w. A. ileorg.', clnl lor-radaile. SoiitliitcHieni to Pai f,H' Minci. IM I'aso 'lexa. Jan. J!.. The Kl l'ao & HoiMhwestern railway bs I'l'e.i nted the H.I 111 of :,,,Mlll to Ihe "iilvei.it, f Ari,lm- , hv M making hi,lrogra,hlc survey of tho Sulphur spring mllej. This makes a l,,i CJ umi . ,. untvei.lty bv ilo. !! I, .)o,lu.. leresm, wlilih coinpuhv.f i control ihr railway Iry a Morning Journal Want Ad Illy Morning Journal Npeelal leased Wlre Kenver, Jan. 18. The fifth Vote of the Colorado assembly luday for a sue. eessor lo the lute Charles J. hughes, Jr., resulted 111 no Important jevlalhui from previous unsuccessful ballots, A half dozen members were absent from thr Joint session, which accounted for the Ions of a few vole among the leaders, while Ihe republi can carried out their "complimen tary" program by uniting on C, C. Imvvsoii, which gave hltn thirty vote. The Spear forces were defeated In mi effort, to force u session of the as sembly tomorrow, nml the body ad journed until .Monday. The vote: Jlcniociuts Ada ins. 18; Martin, 2; Mauplit, 1; lI'Dounrll, 2; Sliufroth, 1; Kpeer. 25; Taylor, 1; Thomas, 5; Ward, 6. Republicans (ioudy, 1; Mcflreery. 1; Northi utt, 1; Voile, 1; Dawson, 30, tllAlim: KI'I'.I'.U MrA WITH .vrrr.MiTi-.il roKitciov Pehver, Jan. UeprrHentative .ludklns (democrat) of Aspen created an uproar In Hie house this morning by declaring thai he had been ap proached by fpecr men snd told that unless li, voted for Mayor Speer of Menver for I'nlled Rules senator he nerd not hope to get any bills through tile house. Mr. Judklns' charge was iiiude prl or to todays ballot, the Aspen rep rcsentiitlvr rising to a iiiealion of personal privilege. Ileprescntatlve Holts of t.i-Mtl vide nkl him to state who made th threat, hut Mr. Judkiiis declined. Speaker Mel.uchlaii of Denver, It ,pecr democrat, then took pint The chair wishes to stale," said Mr. Mcl.Aeblan, "thut lie Is a sup porter of Mr. eei', and a statement of thi kind l a charge ugntnsl every Ricer nun, nnlesN the gentleman from Aspen will slate who approach ed him In Ibis manner." Mr. .ludklnx, however, sm silent In his seal ami refused to divulge Ihe name in the man whom lie declared bad threatened him with the death or bis bills unless he voted for Hpe, r. letter Mr. Judklns. under n fire of iltiestion,, from other members. itial. tied Ills siHtement. He saiil he Hd not mean to say that he had been toh It he did not vole 'for Speer bis bills would not puss, but was told that If be didn't support "certain measure and vote for a certain man" bis leg islation would sutler. The bous,, took no action today. H Morning Journal gpeclal Leased Wlr Herlin, Jan. .28. Widespread In terest ha been moused by a letter from the oope li) Cardinal Fisher, archbishop of Cologne, relative to the oath disavowing- modernism, which I now required of the theology profes sor by the Vatican. This ruling has alr.'ady resulted in the withdrawal of several members of the theological faculty ft th. Vnl. versity of .Munich and has called" forth sharp controversy In the press: After declaring that the bishops should not permit foresight and cau tion to develop Into faint-hearteilnes In connection with the deprivation of lergy from office, when they refuse o defer to tho new' test, and express ing no surprise that those who fcaf r their own positions are striving against the edict, even perhaps call ing upon the state to prevent its be ing carried out, the poor proceeds: In fulfillment of duty so fur ns ml' praise Is directly concerned, the (niggle should not be shunned. On Ihr contrary, It should be courage ously entered upon." Th letter sets forth that profe. sors of theology In state shools need not take the oath, except when they are at thr ame time occupying the PHxunai uiiico, nut t regards ns "cowardly deference-- the action of slate teachers who make use of the permission of Home not to take the oath because of those, who though of Catholic, church, declare It to be a violation of human Intelligence and a hindrance to t,he progress of science. , DANVILLE VOTE BUYING ' PROBE ENDS TOMORROW Danvlll,,, 111., Jan. 28. According to a scml-offlclnt announcement to night, the work, tiv b taken up Mon day by Ihe VYfnillllilnl ctiiihty grand Jury will lie closing npibA vote traf licking inquiry in ItSdJutlsHictlon I'nless the examination of witnesses still to be heard opens a wide general inquiry,, even the court olltylals b lleve' no further definite results can be xpectrd. , , , H wus said today thut line Indict ment of a county official generally known to ho under Investigation, will he voted Monday, as an Indirect re sult of the Investigation. , OFFICERS SEARCH FOR - CONTRABAND CHINESE Mobile, Ala., Jan. 28. The Atnert- iun schooner Henry Crosby, Cuptaln Hogen, from Kingston, Jamaica, for Mobile, was boarded In thr lower bay by officers of the revenue cutter Alert ami searched for Chinese, who It was supposed were trying to enter the 'nlled St:ite In violation of the ex- luslon law. The immigration official here were not notified and this has led to the belief that the department of Justice and department of Immigration are ut of harmony. NEUM0N1A CLAIMS GO TO The Paris. Addition, North 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Streets .... i . - ami ki:k thi: xkw rimx rui:v , AIU; M'lLIUNU TURKU 10 New Houses Now Under Course of Construction Ihe most beautifully located lots lu the city, perfectly level, rich soil, good water. Can have lawn, fruit trees or garden. No city taxes and only ten minutes' walk from thL. business cen ter of th" city. Title perfect. These lots ure now Selling at One-Half Price Asked for sinno' sl?.- lots in either the l'etca or Kastern Additions und ure five blocks closer lu, 18 Lots Sold Yesterday Only Cash, balance 15 a month. All pliers Will positively bo advanced February 15!h. Go and look at these lots today. An agent will be on the ground with plats and juices, or cull on nny of the following reul estate dcahrs: Ilunsakcr & Thuxtoti, .1 M. Monro Realty Co., rortcrfield Co,, J. Eorradalle, i:. TI. Dunbar, Dexter Sc. McClughnu, W. P. Motcalf, A. Fleischer, W. II. McMilllon, Felipe (lurule, 1 D. IC. B. Sellers s i riano Bargains We will sell ten or nftce-i slightly ued and rented pianos during the .,jiext six days, at p ice that will induce you ami j stlfy yon to. make a special effort to take advantage of uur Bargains To you. who are conleinplat inn n purchase, w!e say: See. Ing; and Hearing; is Believing, Will you give us an opportunity to quote cash prices? Monthly payments w ill be ac cepted from those wb,o Cvxirv accommodation. , Learnard Lindemann Co 2U W. Gold Ave, Albuquerque. made under the direction of Captain Duke, the nrvv commander of the cen. tral police station. In rach place the police seized the paraphernalia m evidence. The operators, of the places were charged with felony for violat ing the Otis-Wulker anti-betting law and the habitues were booked for nils demeanor. The shake-up In the police depart mrnt and the raids on pool rooms re sulted from yesterday's shooting of tiustav Postler by Kd. Krlpp, proprie tor of the Saratoga dub. Last night and yesterday's crowilj at the (Jem broke all former Satur day records. New statehood conn deuce, mingled with u great big, good show, did It. Next week Peck's FJac! Hoy, a big company, happens for ID cents. GUfJBUAT WHEELING SAFE IN PORT COLONEL RUSSELL Officers and Crew in Ignorance of Alarming Report That Ves sel Was Destroyed by Explo sion at Sea, (By Morulas Journal Special fanned Wire Washington, Jan. 2X. Alter the entire country bad been stirred for three days by a rumor that the Kun- bont Wheeling had been blown up at sen, the little vessel with ita 160 men today anchored In the harbor of (luantanamo perfectly safe. Her offi cers and crew were totally li-nornnt of the anxiety her voyage from New York, to Cuban waters had caused.' The Wheeling's arrival this morning- was reported In a wireless meat-1 Sftli Francisco. Jan, 28. With cells full and the overflow oceupyinir the corridors, the cllw prison is crowded tonight with pool room nl sae to the navy: department shortly were arrested late today In n raid '' T,.,, - . before 4 o'clock this morning from Commander Hall of the Gumitanamo station. The officer merely reported .the arrival which naval offi lals ex plain means that the ship reached port In normal condition. Nothing is known In Washington as to the origin of the rumor thai the gunbnnt met with disaster unit naval officers were severe In their condemnation of the authors of the groundless report. As an illustration, It is pointed out ,...,. i ...... . ., i.mi me wn.e bi one oi me on leers Is critically 111 here "and every meas ure was adopted to prevent any hint of the rumor reaching her for fear of a disastrous effect. The Wheeling Balled ."com New York January I'S for Girntannmo. She Is enroute for duty In Central American waters. When buying a cough medicine for children bear in mind that Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is most effect"!,! for colds and croup and whooping cough, and that It contains no harm ful drug. For sale by all dealers. ;,..i.. stylish horses, und buggies fur nished on short notice by W. I.. Trimble a Co., 113 North , Second street. Phone 3. . - jEj' ' I If""" JAIL FILLED WITH BETTING LAW VIOLATORS 7 f . NO 31 ITi:il now KICK Tin: ,mi:.i,. H is not complcta without a loaf ( Rood bread. Suppose you try ours, if only for a change. For no mat ter how good a bieiidtnuker you may be. you II llnd we are your equal at least. You get Just as good bread with all the bother saved If we ar your butters. , - , . PIONEER. BAKEW 207 South First Street wi vr nt,ii mji Amu : MTI'I l l sTsFflltll.V. Charleston, W. Vs., Jan. !". The difference between the ilemocratlc atid republican members ,,f the stair seuele were wMtlcd today and the re publluiiis iiipeare,l In the rhanilier for th,. firnt time since they went to Cincinnati to moid pow1!.!,- arr.! for refusins to attend sessions of the body. s Ihe nl c... nt iiriividH. ilmi ihr Vice-President of Mobile & Ohio Succumbs After Short Illness; War Veteran of Confederate Army. republicans re to unite with the wuui ladled, lt U..rol .h.urnul Ntrelal leased I re Washington, Jan.' 28. -Colonel F.d ward Ijilayelte Russell, vice president of the Mobil,. A Ohio railroad, died heir ut 7:111 o'clock tonight at the Italehsh hotel, ,,ged 5 years, liieu nionln w..s the dlrret cause. Presenl at bis betlfide when the end came were his daughter, Miss F.lllne Cnssell, rt. V. Taylor, general manager nf the Mobil,. iihin, pr. Kliettgoods of .Mobile, his family physician, and Mrs. Hubert Smith, Mrs. Itussell a sis ter. No nrtaiiKeinents us to when the body w 111 leave here have been made. Colonel Itussell arrived In Washing ton Thursday morning suffering front rt severe cold which he contracted In New York early In the week. As his condition grew worse, physicians were culled in and Thursday evening ptieu. rnonin developed. This morning be was reported to be slightly better, but late this uiternoon a change for the. worse was noted. Colonel Itus.cll was born In Frank lin county, Au,Hma. Auuust 19. 1 84u. I If was educated b- his father. Georuu Iinnlel Itussell. and worked with him "ii the farm until February. 1NH2. He Joined ii,,. .'lrH. MiMrlssli.pt regiment. I v , .-v. a.. 8,d served its a private and color besrer. Alter the war Colonel ISuss.dl engaged in cotton growing. He was admitted t, the bar lu 1871 nd praitlced law at ' Verona, .Miss,, fi a voir. In ;tu bivsmr ttener ,1 counsel fr t,r Mobil hlo and "revert s such and H vice president KDWAKU 51. Stll.NOK. Always giianintccs n:itisfiictliiu. In cliurRe or Lcuruard I.lndc man Co.'s, the Square Mtisic Dealers, Tuning Department. PHOXK l.-0. IHiHIM JOINT SERVICE BELL TELEPHONE AND WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH Every Bell Telephone a Telegraph Station EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1,1911 Subscribers Stations. : If you are a subscriber to the Bell Telephone System and wish to send a Telegram, a Night Letter or a Cable gram, use your Telephone. Say "Telegram" to the operator and you will be con nected with a Western Union office from which your mes sage will be sent by telegraph and charged in your monthly account. At night, on Sunday or holidays, when the local tele graph office may bo closed, you will be connected with an open Western Union office "Without Additional Charge." Public Stations. You may also send Telegrams and Cablegrams from nun Dnkll. n. M.ll... 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