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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY. 2, 1911.
mm side Inierferem from any ourc nut aid the cause whi h il intend to help. Thin Is not a time for a smell man t b M the he,ed f the terri torial mramiiirt or fur a lario man, who my toe at the bead of th committee, la ln small thing. We "are iin the eve of statehood and a siate election, a very important elec tion, i not man)- month off, and It Fermi that all republics ta. especially those occupying hiich position In the party organization, would nrl ev ery effort toward parly harmony and parly organisation, ahould exert er toward disruption. At the hist gen eral territorial election, there were Lh.htiO vote rant, and tin- republic mi candidate for uVIcKute to connres was" barely elected, and hiking the lnwl" oflicer. well aa the aterase of officer In the different counties, anil thr republican majority euniiot l figured mure than S.&Oil at thai cli. -tlon. In other worda, the republican jairty, at the first state election, will require every tola that (t ran get to assure th ucee of (he atntr ticket. Thla may not have occurred to Mr. Tirimum. or he may he rclvliiK on the old method of cramming what he will down the throat of r.ju l llcuna. "1 hav had no communli ation with ilr. llruanm, for the reason that lie: had no official Jurisdiction of the controversy here, and the republican of the courtly ar quite capable of "tiling their own ontroverile In their own way. "The rump tall was fraudulent, carried rorged sinnntures, signatures by proxies, ohlalned under faNe pre tenae, the proxies t hemmlvei, nut car rying authority ft lgn a call, and the rail wa signed, not disclosing the purpose for which th meeting; waa l lie held, which, together with the ant tf nolle to lh metnbera of the commit lee, anil to the republican of the county, in the presence of a rum paratlvely few tnemlir-ra present In person, and other flagrant lireguht rillea and frnuda, leave the move ment without any semblance of leital atMlua, No request, nor even a aim geation wa made to me to assemble th committee and no reason existed for Ita being assembled. The rump movement tloea not have a majority of the committee, or any consider able portion of th. committee, behind It, and the consideration which won over ita few supporter with tha ex cepllon of two, or poaalhly three, may he better exidtilned by Mr. Frank Uuhhell." ( II MUM W III Itsl M K , MXl llIt TO Jl IKil" MANN. In til loiter to Judge Mann Mr. Ituraum specifically dlaclalma miv ritlhl on the part of the territorial commlilee to Interfere In the affrtira of the llernallllo county repulilican 'Committee, ut the amiie tlnie recog , tilling Jud4 Mann , tn tha (lefncf chairman. . Kidluwlni; la the text of the letter: "Republican Territorial Central Com ! mitlee, "Htaorro, S, M.. Jnn. SI. 1U. "Mom. R. A. Mann, Chulrnian Itepuh llcan Central Committee, Alliiniucr iu N. M. 'My Dear Jude I acknowledge receipt of your communication eticloH Ing copy of the proceedlnga ailoptcd by the ItertiHllllo county repuhllciin central committee at a meeting ln-l.l on the 2 H t li of January at AlloKiucr line, N. M. Klilil proceedlnga ae forth the full offlcera, namely, to-wlt; Chairman, K. A. Mann: aecretary, A. K. Walker; treasurer, W. W. Strong; all of which mentioned pcraona I kn w to he a. Mid repudlh nna ami good rltlxena. 'The territorial committcf tan ex erclae no jurladictlon lth reference to the organisation of the county c.'nmlttce. The tnemhera of the committee are the aole Juilgea im to the (UHllflctulon of itg offlcera. Tlie pleaaure of tlie majority of the mem beta of imy county committee with reference t Ha orHimlKHlloii la tier, eaaorily htmllha mid Hie terrllorial tommlttee has no option or right to Interfere In the premlaea. "H. ll. liritKt'M. "Chairmiin, " V. H. : Mail mc the total Hat or the ntemlieraiilli of the Hcrunllllo county committee." JUAREZ PREPARES FOR AT TACK BY INSURGENTS (Continued from I'aire I t American patrol drove (lie rctugoca hucg, relualng to let them croaa the line. Nine metiiliera of the prominent family of Cumpai arrived In Oouglna eaterday. They are I'M V'ung men an.1 fenreil iinpreaament Into the army. mii in f.iumfjt; wl ltlol H l ( IIIIU AIM VVaslilngt.in, rch. 1. The ro Itittonary gltnrttlon In Chihunrtnn. Nfrx., ia believed to he arott ing .1 rloita, according to official adlcra to the elate department from the Amer ican emhaaay at Mexico city. lle poru, the ult'grutn are conflict ing in to tlie exact aliuiiCon. Smut) otithreaka In Ooxaca and Ver:i Crux are reported to hme been put down In the laet few (liiyx American Conaul Leonard at Chi huahua, telegraphed that Miami Ahumada, who h taken the oath of office at the acting governor of Chi huahua, la popular with all t lunar and Ida appointment la likely to have (iiiletlng effect. If I Had Eczema I'd waah it lay with tlml mild, soothing liquid. 1). P. IV Trial hot. tie, jr.e. Itcllevea nil klnda r akin trouble, clciinnlng away the hnpurl tlcg and clearing up the comph xlon a nothing elae can. Yes. If I had any kind of skin troii fcle I'll CSK D. P. D. J. II. O ltielly Irug Co. Navajo Blankets, Curios At WF.M.IITS Titunv; i-ovr. One of ll'- SImiw Placer In Albuquerque tor. Third M. and Gold Ate. TWELVE MONTHS JAIL FOR MAN WHO LOELEDKINC BRITISH COURT CLEARS SOVEREIGNS CHARACTER Oft Repeated Story of Morgan atic Marriage of George IV and Miss Seymour Officially Refuted. I By Mnralng Joaraal ggeeuil UlwJ Wlr I.otnMii, Keh. 1 The report oft repeated that King Ceorge while cadet In the royal navy morgrfnutl lly nikirlcl a (laiuhttr of ir Mi chael Ciilma-Scymour, wa given complete refutation in the highest court of Kngliind today. ..dr'l K. Myliua, agent and d i tril.utor of the Liberator, republi can paper published In I'tiria. which revived the taie last November, was tried on a charge of aedltioug libel, promptly convicted, and given a max imum penalty of twelve month 1m prlaonnient. In pronouncing sentence Lord Chief Justice Alveratone said the pun ishment waa Inadequate Tor one w ho had chosen a weapon for a personal attack upon hla majesty, from the use of which every honorable man would recoil. The story had been current ) long time, but it became specially Irritat ing to Itrltlah sensibilities upon King (leorge'a accesalon. Aa published by Kdward H James, editor of ihe Lib ertttor, It set forth that In the life time of the Puke of Clarence, hi eld est brother, and before fieorge be came hir t the throne, the future king visited Malta, where he fell In love with and married Mary ICIiwi betli Culine-Heymour, eldest daugh ter of the admiral then stationed at Malta as commander In chief of the Mediterranean squadron. This wag supposed to be In 1890, but Ihe admlrullty records showed that the king did not hold an ap pointment on any ship that visited Malta between the fall of 18M and the summer of IHlU. The marriage records of the Island of MnltH were produced to prove that no such mar ring had been recorded. Admiral Culme-he pmur swore ihuf his, two" daughter, one of whom had since died, never had had an op portunity to meet Ills majesty. The daughter In question, now the wlfa of Captain I). Napier, entered the witness box and said she had seen tlie king but three times In her life. Mvlous offered no testimony and did not exnmine the crown's wlt nerses. He confined his defense, which he conducted himself, to tci hnlcnlltles, asserting that he could not be legal ly tried In the absence of hla accus er. The proceeding Came to a dramat ic close when, after aentence had been pronounced, Sir tltifua read a letter from King fieorge In which the writer set forth that only the ad vice of the officers of the crown that such a course would he unconstitu tional had prevented him from ap pearing personally In the court room and publicly branding as untrue the allcgiitlon that he hud ever entered Into any marriage alliance other than the one contracted with yuien Mnry. All new show tlem today. s War Department Receives Re port of Appalling Loss of Life Anions Filipinos From Vol canic Eruption, My Murnlag Jnurnsl Haeelal leased Wire) Washington, Feb. I. The erup tion of Tanl volcano and the accom panying (llstiir biini i s In the Philip pines killed 7110 people lit the town of Tallsav, according to the report of the governor of llatanga province. il 1 to th,. war di pin tun lit tod, iv hv iiovernor General Forbes of the Philippine Islands. The earthquake shocks continue, the governor general added. Ileceiit earthquake shii ka have hern slightly perceptible In Manila, iiovernor Follies reports but they havr caused no damage. Since th first disturbance, the aeismogrnphlc apparatus of the Mnnlia observatory has recorded the unprecedented num ber of 7U hnck. The Philippine authorities nr adopting relief measures, nj the fall ing mud and lava destroyed the 1 ro The lied Cros society Is taking steps lowaec' that end. ; i itXMi:T ttiui r nut VlllltkrN lll HITWTS. Manila. Feb. I. The eruption of the Tanl vi.Lhiio continues unabated, but the government s oiKanlxod relief has prevented eerlous sufferiig by those who escaped from Ihe otrlcken territory. A development company has offer ed Ihe transportation and work 01. new lionos to 2.000 families. The historic Taal c hurch wa badlv cli.m aged. hut not destroyed. EVEN HUNDRED IS ESTIMATE Of DEAD SOUTHERN TOUR "OF CANNON ! PRESIDENT IS IN RECIPROCITY CANCELLED AGREEMENT TAFT EXPECTS TO BE BUSY IN WASHINGTON Change of Plans Gives Ground for Belief That Extra Session to Push Reciprocity Is Con templated, (Be Veniag iral Specie I Leu- Wlee Washington. Feb. I. President Taft s announcement toj.u that the southern tour whhh he hud planned to take early nex( month, would l. cancelled with the exception of the visit to Atlanta on March 10. started political loneues to wagging ith ru mor tht his purpose wa to prepare for a possible extra Bcnaion of ton Kresa in case the present seaston f.ilt to enact the reciprocity agreement be tween the I'nited States and Canada. Pressure of business and too many invltatb ns to visit plae In the south while making the tour are the rea son asslKned fr the cancellation of the trip. Fears have been expressed that the senate will "talk the reciprocity meas ure to death," or kill It In some other way, although it 1 believed the house probably with the aid of democrats, will pasa It. If thl should be the case, the presi dent will feel. It is ald. that he can depend on a democratic house, such as would exist after March i, t support him In hi effort to pas this legisla tion. An extra session would force action on the question. with the chance apparently In favor of the president getting his reciprocity le Islatlon. , ii:mm hats ;i:xi:iiai.i.y in' favok ok ui.cii'nm'ity Waahington, Feb. 1. The attitude of the house democrats towards the reciprocity agreement with Canada Is being canvassed at the Instance of Minority leader Clark. Today ha asked every state dele gation to take up the matter and re port to him aft that he might know the general temper. New York, led by representative Sulxcr, reported unanimously In favor of adopting the agreement. Virginia delegate hclj a meeting at the same time end the Cnnrenmia of opinion wa for the agreement. Democrat from other state talked over the situation and the sentiment so lar c developed seemed to he that the democrat should pas the tnes- saco. MAY INVESTIGATE COURT DECISION IN RUEF CASE Sacramento. Cat., Feb. ,. a reso lution waa Introduced In the senate today requesting the assembly to ap point n committee to Investigate the newspaper criticism of the state su preme court for gianting a re-hear-Itig to Abe Ituef, the former political boss of San Francisco tinder sentence of fourteen years for bribery. The resolution propose thai the committee be empowered to "investi gate the decision, the ground upon which the decision Is based and the conduct of the Justice of the su preme court In relation to said de cision. After a sharp debute the resolu tion wa referred to the Judiciary committee. Huef is at liberty on bail pending a final decision In hla case. Town in Posession of American and British Marines Pending Arrival of Revolutionary Com mander, Illy Murnln Journal RperUI Leased Wire Puerto Cortex, Honduras. Feb. 1. The evacuation of Puerto Cortex, by ihe lloiiduran government troops has taken place and the town la now In the hand of the Amerh-un and Hrlllah marines, who are awaiting the arrival of the forces of Ucncral Monuel Hon ilia, leader of the revolutionist. Several days ao trenches were dug !ind guns placed outside the town, and aoveriiliient troop were stationed tbere to oppose the Insurgents, but th.se were withdrawn Monday after noon, the governor having asked the lommnnder of the International forces for forty-eight hours In which to evacuate the city, lie also asked for protection and marines were landed from the I'nited States gunboat Mari etta and the Prltiah cruiser llrllllant. Prior to this, order had been Is Mio.i that no fighting would be per mitted within Puerto Cortc, and the collier Caesar was sent in search of Heneral I.ee Christmas, who 1 bellev. ed to be on his way to form a Junction with (lenetal llonllla. Christmas, however, could not lie found. Kunticrs alro were despatched ns far as the 1'lun river to notify him of the intended evacuation and the forty. luht hour guarantee of protection. An American planter from Coetrldo, twelve miles east of Tela, who arriv ed here In a gasoline boat, savs that neither Coetrldo nor Tela has been captured by the revolutionists. He aw a schooner near Tela. This . rol.nl.lv wa the Pollieria, with Insurgent a hot rd. Ueport from Celba av that manr tioelle re being found In the woods dally. RONDURANS LEAVE PUERTO CDRTEZ SEES PERIL FEARS VERDICT OF FRUIT GROWERS AND FARMERS Veteran Speaker Vigorously Defends Pay.ne-Aldrich Tariff! Bill and Declares He Has No Apologies to Make. I By Moralsg Jaarul SpeWsl I.ew4 Wire Washington, Ft-h. 1 "In a month's time w will be called upon to enact the reciprocity agreement with Can ada into a law. but I 'don't know what we ar" going to do with it we will only haw to come to a compro mise that cares for the industries of all our people." Thi na Speaker Cannon decla ration at the banquet of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers tonight m a meech in which he de fended the Payne-Aldrich tariff act ns the best revenue measure ever enacted, adding he had no apology to make for it in any respect. Several speeihe had been made concerning schedule "K," the famous wool schedule, and when Speaker Cannon arose shortly after midnight thete wa an animation In hla coun tenance that commanded hushed si lence from the hundreds of guests present. The speaker reviewed the various tariff act he has dealt with In con gress. When he came to the Payne law he said: Through all the criticism which has been heaped upon It I have stood by It. I have said it was -right. I have not apologized for H in any re spect. ''The people have given the demo crats majority of sixty-seven In the next house and they have made great gains In the senate. Cod know, I don't want. Champ Clark, booted and spurred I have great respect for him, but he does not represent the same school of thought that I do when Champ Clark send a bill to the senate, I really don't know what the en ate is going l 11 1 with It. "The constitution of the I'nited States say revenue bills shall orig inate In the house and thnt the pre. Ident should make treaties with the consent of the senate. We've lately had sent to congress a commercial agreement in name, but a treaty in tea llty, but one that goea primarily to the house. In a month's time we will be called upon to enact it into law. I don't know what we are go ing to do with. It. "Ask the ffult gr.vwcrs of Califor nia what they are g-'olng to do when Canadian frulta are free. What an swer are we l.V give to one. third of the population of the country the farmers?"! I ( ' v , i "They'll only come to n compro mise after all. , So far as I am con cerned, with all the work of the con gress. 1 do not, believe that by legis lation originating In tlie house and amended In ihe senate can we do o great n work In the dtublj somer sault and hop-sklp-and-Jump fitahion expected of us." A speech also wa made by Sena tor Warren of Wyoming. HKSOM TIOXS AGAINST CANAIHAV ItlX'IPItOCITY Cincinnati, Feb. 1. Resolution against reciprocity with fit inula were adopted by the Hardwood Manufac turer' association of the United States at Its annual convention here today, l ; ot-'ltlon wns baaed on the fact that it would remove the tariff on IMdfcts of the soil, both forest and iigricu 1, ral. Tlie association asserted the lands from vvhl' h timber hud been cut are mor(. suitable for agricultural pur pose than for re-forestntlcm. and the new treaty would thua "retard the development of the land by act tier and farmer." eltulcc1 Kelly Dead. St Joseph, Mo., Feb. 1, Judge Henry s. Kelly, author of legal works tiled here tonight. LIEE SAVED BY FRIEND'S ADVICE About three years ago 1 suffered with appeiielic ltls and after having an operation performed it left me with a severe case of kidney trouble. I was doctored by several physician and 'getting no relief I took the advice of a frle.i l and procured a bottle of Pr. KUnui-H Swamp-Hoot. Alter taking the content of the first bottle I felt Kreatly re lieved and decided to con tinue It. After lining the content of three more dollar bottles. 1 experl ercecl a complete cure. 1 can mt recommend Swamp-Itoot too hlchlv to anyone suffering from kiiltuv or hlacider trouble. Tour very truly, K. P. HI I.AM. Cnrtersville. da. Sworn to and subscribed before me this July 12th. 190. JOS. J. CAI.HOr.V. Notary Public, It. Co., On. I-cttcr 10 Ir. Kilmer A Co., Iliiiyhainloii.N.Y. Pre no What Suamp-ltoot Will Ht for Vein. Send to Pr. Kilmer A Co., King hiimton, N. V., for n sample bottle. It uill f.(,iii'to,.A Anennu Vmi will also receive a booklet of valuable In- orniattnn, telling all nnout the ktl lievs niul bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Albuquerque hally Journal. rjegular fifty-cent and one-dollur slxe bottle for at all el tug stoles. 1 ...The JAFFA GROCERY GO. 600D THINGS TO EAT The Store That Gives You the Best Goods Obtainable for the Least Money Little- INark Sausngi, frosli anil MVCCt, ikjt 25c- luiorloel ( amcnilMTt CIiccm-, each 30c Smoked Tag 1'loatcr. extra large lflo Pimento ( he'cs.-, jar 20c Orange. Imx, all sizes $2.10 New Fcloni t'licepue, each. .SI.25 C olorado Strained Honey, jar 35c Ping WclnerM and Polos no Satc-ago, immiihI 2.V Shillcr l.cH-ka, each 5c 0 IcavcH Itrvail. extra qual ity 2.-o I.arge ('licHidutc Utyer takes soc Hot P.oll-i, 3 tarlftfcti. " . - 10c Clovis Butter Fresh every day 9 fir. per pound Fresh Kansas fin ranch eggs, doz." JAFFA'S riIOXF.S, 31-32. Venerable Churchman Lies Desperately III at His Home in Philadelphia; Physicians Al most Abandon Hope, Illy Morning Joaraal Special loused n'Ir Philadelphia. Feb. 1. The Most new Patrick John Pyan, archbishop of Philadelphia, who has lain almost at the point of death since last Thnrs. day, is still alive, but hla condition is critical. In the aftornoon he gave what Is probnhly his last message to the world and his adopted country, through Cardinal Olbbons, who visited him in the Cathedral residence. Late tonight the archbishop's phy. slcians said his chances of surviving the night were slender. When Dr. L'Plnce and Anders left the sick room curly in the nlKht; tliey said Archbishop Kyan'a condition was very much depressed. "He Is very weak and his pulse flickers," they said. "He was still able to converse with us, hut his speech Is not nearly so fluent ns In the afternoon when he was talking vvith Cardinal Gibbons." Cardinal Oibbons made two visits to the dying prelate today. On the first visit when he entered the room, the archbishop's eves were dosed and the cardinal placed his hand gently on his head, saying: "Your grace does not know me." "After forty-four years I know ev ery tonP of your eminnee' voice, nnel now I am, us I ever have been, pro foundly convinced, that you are thy Instrument of Providence for th"' promotion of every good thing for our church and country," replied the archbishop without opening his eyes. In the conversation, the urchblshon said: "If we keep our country conserva tive, no country will bp a great as thl. No country hits such elements of sreatf.CjSS as this.' Following hia second visit. Cardinal Ciihbonx said In an Interview: "The archbishop' mind Is still per. feetly c lear. His memory I most tenacious. He recalls lnt..reitnu events of ninny different periods In his life and ntt only event but persons also. He exhibit a playfulness of manner thiit I worthy of his more healthful days. "I need not miv how much I huvo been edified by hia beautiful pious sentiments, rejoicing in the advance ment of rellltlein in this rountrv unil saving that the hopes and stability or this nation depend upon the per manence of our religious ami moral principles. The archbishop said: If this nation Is to last ll must be cm-. erned by the same principles In the iiiture lis in the past. He e xprsssed hope that tlod will bless our much ARCHBISHOP ml NEAR DEATH Deiovccl country.'' i The Owner Is Kicking Wants to advance the price on all unsold lot In the Paris Addition, hut owing to a certain aKreament cannot do so until Feb. 15th. Beautiful Building Lots $60 to $85 Ony 15 cash, balance 15 monthly. All price will positively be ad vanced Feb. 15th. Call on any of the following real estate dealers: Hunsaker & Thaxton, J. M. Moore Realty Co., Porterfield Co.. J. Korradaile, K. H. Dunbar. Dexter & McClushan, V. P. Metcalf, A. Fleischer, W. H. McMlllion, Felipe Cnrule, D. K. P. Sellers Li Son of Late H. 0, Havemeyer Does Not Intend to Submit Tamely to Being Ousted From Company. (By Morning Journal 8pedal teased Wire New. York, Feb. 1. Horace Have meyer. son of the late Henry O. Have meyer, Issued a statement today in relation to the suit of the American Sugar Refining company filed at Trenton. N. J., yesterday, seeking to set aside aa Illegal the transfer to Henry O. Havemeyer of practically all the $10,000,000 common stock in the National Sugar Refining company. The American company said yester day the still W'as a final step in an effort to oust the Havemeyers from the sugar business. Horace Have meyei '8 statement denies ho was oust, ed from the directorate of the Amer ican Sugar Refining company and say his resignation was voluntary, owing to his wishes to devote himself to the affairs of the National com pany. "The National." h said, "was or ganized eleven year ago when it ac quired the three refineries which it owns, for 182.500 shares of Its stock; 82,500 preferred nnd 100.000 common. All this stock was then Issued and the hooks of the company have al ways shown thnt fact." "Through his original Interest in the transaction, and to a smaller ex tent by purchase. H. O. Havemeyer acquired between 1900 and 1902, 93, 000 shares nf the common stock of Ihe National company,'' (he statement says, "and turned these holdings over to hi children. "These share were represented by certificate Issued in the name of James H. Post, because the contract by the National for the purchase of the com panic w hich it acquired, was made with Mr. Post." "The transfe:1 which he and his sis ters ought to hav? made of these shares on the books of the National company a few weeks bro, would have meant," Mr. Havemeyer says, "that we could vc.te the stock our selves. Rut the moment we took this step the American company opposed It. It owns 51.280 shares of the pre ferred stock of the National and as long as It can prevent us from voting our stock, it owns a majority of the remaining shares of the National and has absolute control of It. which oth erwise would he the biggest Inde pendent sugar refining interest in the country. "I am advised by counsel that our stock is valid nnd I shall Insist that the suit be vigorously pushed that I may vote my stock and establish the Independence of the National." It was announced at the office of the American Sugar Refining com pany today that the great corpora- Happens AIL NEW SHOW TODAY GEM THF ipkii FIGHT FOR COII OF SUGAR STOCK i ' CHINAMAN DELAY ANOTHER DAT, but srxn FOH PLAT AND P1MCKS. i:dwaki M. SCII VOIt. The KxiH-rt German Tuner Positively guarantees, satisfac tion. ( nil at Ijcarnurel I. hide ma ii ti Co., The Square Music Dealers. , I'HOXE 150. MALOY'S Try Bayles' Pimiento Cheese 25c a jar t Connelly Sanitary Eggs 45c doz. Club HouseTSteel Cut Coffee 45c lb. i A. J. nialoy 214 CENTRAL AVE. Phone 72. tion la without a president. At a recent meeting of t'ce otreetnrs, Wash ington R. Thomas, then president, re signed to become chairman of the board, and ,no successor has been chosen. An election is expected at the next meeting. Kdward F. Atkins of l!'"1 ton Is now, first vie? president an.l Charles H. Allen, the present treas urer, has assumed the duties, of sec ond vice ''president. CARTER NOT AFTER BALLINGER'S PORTFOLIO Washington, Feb. 1 Senator Car ter of Montana today requested thu publication of his denial of a r.-pnrt that Secretary Rallinger Is about tn give place to himself as secretary of the interior. "Plerse deny the report emphati cally, so far as I am concerned," will the senator. "And you may add that under existing conditions I would i"1 accept the office of secretary of l'"" Interior." Secretary Rnlllnger vigorously ''' bled he had any intention of resigning. JW10c