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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911.
TWO NtnmVr laie CM.a-o 1 - in., unite Kkm"", Mich. 3'1 a. v.., .te Kalamso ! I' ;. T rri.r Orai.d Kspius, Mi. h., I 3rt p m.. N' . Vfmlwr i. Nn" 15!, (in JUwt ' -2 "I a. m.. mv iNtr.H j a. in., IX'tri'it 1 p. m . smv Top-do i p. i'i , IvrrmNr 1. !v- lull-!., i; ul a. r,; . rrtvv Cleveland . n. ii.: fV-rii-her 2, lene Chv,Und 1 J . 1 . n... arrive ImrUlo J a in ; iv, mi- i J. leave Huff.tlo T in. arrive I:h ester i. m.: I"--, cm t rr i, 'eve lite hetrr 12 01 a. m , ..rr;. c ' i ens S . ni , leave Sr. ! 1 p. arrive t'lp-s S t. m.; -.tn- bcr . W l"tb K.tM . in. rr AlUnv H.S9 a, in., l.-a-e !Unv " m.; lHrml-r '. urn-. a-Ioh-I-ii J a. n.: J is r i, lijUimot; Ie remWr , Philadelphia. I'-' .: I., r 11, ,Nw York: lecm!er 12. Harris bur. linfinliiT 13. Titi-.hu rr - eenitwr 14, arrive Columbus 3 a, m ke Coiumhu. j. m . arrive iMyton J I tn.. leave In tun 4 ii. m . strive Cincinnati S p. tn . f.-crmbr 1, b-ate Cincinnati IS Hi a. tn.. r riv Indianapolis 3" a. in-. have Indianapolis 4 p. m., jirrite Chi- an" p. m.. have Oilmen it.. in p. in., ar rive St. Paul 1h. tiit.i r IS IVn't forget to buy ur tukeis at Powell I'rug Company -Monday 'or the Anthony cotieg.) Samurium Henefit. Tli I lalK XomIit Aft. Crj.ul t'atay. Before Adjourning Last Term of Territorial Judicial Body, Ju&e Parker Thanks lun.i County Citizens. l(wll rnrrwMiitFn' t 4t.rnlif J. arnil ! I - i: v 'l , ?; -n. ' ; t . 'i ; r In ! ...ift ! - i tv hum It'Hoiini- latkt r. CI. tk .?. I; T , flhrr t-ouit (.fr'i 1 't 'i'v and tomit row f.-r I if'.ro Itiivltiir ihf i' mi I b th. r, .lie t'arl'er thanked the i ltlit. i?s i f uti . roiintv for the many- routieM. .hut have been nhown him durln the yeara ilurlnlf whkh ie haa hei n the iudne for Ihl dlKllii t. . Villn Kent It t. Ju.l(ce-eleet, aat at the rlKht of JihIko Tarki-r wh'l.. i'miti waa In aeaniiin Tliuraday, and he Introduce,! an hm aim eor. 'I he arand jury found hut v. n true Id l la. Hlx of the def. ri.l.mln pleaded Ktillty, the seventh utoo.i aiil and vm ariiilttod. Lorenxn I.. I,e he and tleorgo J'rlnKlo pleiided K"tv to the rhai of burlnry and !.i r-.'iiv: fJeorKe Kell'T nnd June C.uerro pluul d KUllty to robblnit a dwelling; Av emo Arluno pleaded ruilly to en terlntt and robblnir a dw "lliiit ; l'- h i b.tiohir. alia M.irto l.uc.io and riflutii Arellntio ili-ndod mity In larceny,' The rime of William li. Miae (liiirni'd with hj.'iiiIi wlih In tent to rape, waa continue;! till the tiext term of court. Cea illnpiiaed of on th b il il I( et were a fnllown' W Mil. tin If. IVit teraon V. Kllanl elh Hoe l'ullfa m. divorce, decree not inl 'iv1; l lel Kherman appointed refer...-, "it ine limtli-r of the en! ate of II lily v'i -ton, deceaaed, a kuui.Iwii n.l b i-m " nppolnteil, Carrie Huilth l..'i.ivk . tJalllmd Iiini llardwlik. ill-one, decree grunted, but not etio t. d. Gas in Your Stomach Can Not Exist With Hiuilmani.'K (Jiia-Tnl.l.de, Thix l the tiiont valuable prcm rtplion ev. r put Into a bo HI'.. We hate in vet- m i i or heard of n -. of l,t In the Moin fich or liowela which Hum Imnnu tlan Trtblcta h .ve ev. r full 'd to elt. ' t a cure. We know thai thin lioundu al nurd. ildi. iilou and iircpofternim. Yet It Ik eluiply a pity and a ahauo' In al low any human l.elnn to eufl'ef llli liaa In the Htoinii.'h and lloweh In auv form wh. li you inn Ki t Kin Ii Miliia'ile Heinedy hm lianliminn tiiiK-Taldeta for ; at Oruit HIoi-. h. These pei tilinr t:i.i la are sold for Ec a I'.ilile by nearly every ilnn-.uWt. If not In m.nk. tell lilm to sot th.m for yon from hl whob-wiler, or netid f.iie In iIi.t, ataiupK or money oi.l.r to J. Itanlmann Co,, 336 riutter St., f-an I rani Ibi-o. s.' i l - i Si'' t-,.. Tin: i f, AoW-lty Act al live NOVEMBER TERM OF COURT oe AT OEMING El MEXICO MAY SECURE NATIONAL UHME PRESERVE Uniied Stale Department of Ag riculture Decides to Recom mend Its Establishment to Congress. BIOLOGICAL SURVEY CHIEF VISITS CITY Dr. Theodore S. Palmer Stops Off m Albuquerque to Impart Good News to Local Forestry Officials. TIip Vnlt.'.l stat.-B il.iartmcnt of aEf!rull nr. U Koiii to r''otnmrriil thft t.il.!i..,nntit nf a national park ami :mi.i (ircHrrvf, to ! i-ro toil out of th- l .ci.j. National Kor.-nt. and u It lor th.' t'i kins of n. arly all llio ' t. rn i-t .tin wiiti Kani"'. Th national 1'i.rk will ionium iin.ri- than KOO .u;irf loil.n n ml will hp f.nfi'il. In It will ' k i I rnoiiKh elk, ili'ir. iii.niiitiiiri ulici n anil Htiti lope to Kturk all .i v, Mi xi.o. ItiukliiV It a piiradl.'i' for hiini. r.t. and Home mor I"1- t'e a.iod neW hrnirbl t ' tiler.la v bv f Tin . 'i e of 'nhlrt; '.. 1 el rtif'ev of . .t' oltiir . Ir . n ariie of tl :t i p., ., , . . I I ' - i ,: i! , r- . of tlo ! lb - f.'i.ort of I': m r , i": '"nop. r. -h. " i" .in t. H' le.' t ine utro .v'h v!- w to obt'itplnif In formal Ion t" j the cM-ihtlMimi-rit of a gpr nu'lotril, nnik rter travellmr all over the! .thw el. lie reported In favor of the , r.'i-oa Nathnal forent ua a rational Hani.' presi rye. While In the city ;.Hlerdiv. Tr. f nliiii r conferred with I'. Iloliind Ki ll of IM,. p.eal office of the bureau of Kiiliniil Industry, I'hl.f Korenter A. C. lilnt' ind of tin- Third Koreet dletrb-t, nnd liiuty (oiuie Warden ' H. P. ritamm, with n irard to condition In trail " circb-a In New Mexlopi. lir. I'nlmer mu'eiired to be Won dirtiillv wtll-lnforiiiid tm New Mexl en condition, and told the local Ron tlemen Unit then- are In New Mexico more nnt'-lope than In anv Htate In the union, and thit New Mexico I diKLImd to be the hutitcr' para- dle. The l.lo'..eral irvey etTect to eo operire Willi tltc slate name anthoii tiin to protect Kanie which la mp poaed to ho protected by the local Iiuk, ii ml to that end in tunny atatea th.. siirv. v baa n onimeiided to the iifiiinltiii nl department that an addi tional reward of from $fi t. $100 be nlvcn for th- tirM live cotnlciloim in c.-ie of violation ill certain aectloni of the pnnie lawn. lie nuked the opinion of Mci:.rK. Hlnehmd, Kills and Slaniiu i.h tn what wmihl be a-r-xlceable to New Mexico and fuiKKet ed that wh.-n he return o WaNhtmt ton he will recommend to the depart ment that an additional reward be Bit 'tl The i Mtaldiiditnciit In the l'ecim Na tional for. h of a national park and no ill o preserve will mean Iniit trie mvnle hli.-hway will he completed from l.a V.uas to Santa Fe thrmiKh the park, and thai aceonimodatloiiH n III be alo iKlaMlxl.-d far toiirNm Mimiliir to thoae afforde 1 U tlio Yel lowistoiip national k, I'r. Palmer Ix en ionic to the Pin c fin coal on htiHtit h of the depart ment, and Ktopped over to confer with t!. le al -forcftrv t.fff' ila. 'Ic la cn tlillHlatli' mil the Kalio- prorpecla In v. w 'exlcn and b rt ! 1 v in uivt -rd Willi (ho report of Mi. Cooper. 1 ir. I'.licr I.. Iic. M lilat the I f lal,ill-il-iin-Iit of the national park will be or Iniin.'iiMe bi-m t.t I o hunters touij.iln and r.s'.l. nta of the new etaie. A lllot ellf lit 1.4 now on foot In ni. lain (Ii. eupport of the two Ni w M.'tl .11 NTH ito-4 for tile niehHll.. ns In o.--il. r to i-Ktahlixit n nail, n il park un net of connreiH ! hi'utniry, Thin work, hoitcter. will li .te t.t lie done by Mi, local enthUhuH-1, a the (ii in nil uo -"inito-tit laiiuot i.IIohi-IIh r k" .."..ii- , T-.J t .'.a n - . Ii i, - ftl ' , Hi''- y ' il.' t --vc i .' ' - - , i. - ri.i s Crvvtnl Tr1nv, ter P the wishes of the rrpr. illa tive of the tatc. Prominent n..-ns the l"-t advo rates for the itM-.Kjrr is H. IT. II-n-ing, m rt.trv .f t-'f t'ur-au of immi rt!iun. ho aii-!--l ilr. "oopT to the trt of hi i-!.n a -im .Mr. i'iip. er aa maW.n h;-l"i-i urn-y if .t M'lu ". THIS BOOK WORTH READING Th A11rr-l-k lwk. tiiint ho you fan KAHLY t;urd aa.titt ap-p-nli ills, ard how yu un rtl!rt" i oitipatin or a on the tomach alml l.N'.-TAXTLY. la of f. ri-.l fr fr a ahort ti n. hv J. H. itiaIIy A .')., ir i'SK'ij.. . 1' auil ilU- Wla. tYj-tal. WEALTHY WOMAN HURT IN ACCIDENT DIES I'alcraon. X. J. Nov. The death was annoumtd tonight of a Human ho wan t.routrht to the gt n ral homiiial a w k aeo unronaciotia from liijun mi ivel In a mynier loug autoinohilf a.ii.Unt near Lln ioln park. Thf iiiystcry that at hrt liroinl.,1 her idfnU'.v has only hern liartlully !-artd by the tat.-nient t th houi,ii that he Mr. Wil liam Whitney. Tth inotnan'a rlotlu and jeU hegn.ke weallh and a man who hrmiKht hir to the honpltal ordered that everything be done for hr r prardl.ua of expttme. It win ald It waa Mr. Whitney who brought her to the hnaplta!, but neither he n.,r i(thi r relatlvea appear ed after th'M to we her. At a New York hotel It wa learn ed that Mr. and Mra. Wlllium A. Whitney, "aid to hav come Irom Alameda. California, had taken an ex peiiMlve auite there but nothing had been aeen of Mr. Whitney ainre the acildent and Mr. Whitney also had not been at the hotel for aevrral day. John Hays Hammond Breaks Silence, Made Under Oath to Save His Life, and Tells "In side" of Events. 11? Mi.ralrtf Journal Hpertal Leaaed Wire 1 Iio.4tun, Nov, 2. ltelean.. by time from un oath not to talk on South African affalra or reveal any of the ItiHlde" of eventu leadliifr up tn the poer war, for a period of yearn, John Hays Hammond, who wan conspicu ous In that war, broke hla alien, e for the llrat time l.mt nikht at a dinner of the Clover club. Mr. Hammond auid the Janiinon raid waa the result of the nctlvitlea of a reform asHochttion fonued at JtihanncKliurK and cotiKlxtinK larKely of Americana. "I want especially," said Mr. ,Mam moiid, "to correct a miHundertund Iiik, It has been said we were act I n k under the HiIUmIi fliiR. That is f ulse, "Much sympathy has been wasted on limn Paul KriiRer. lie was op posed to proxreta, believed that the unrlil was Hat and that the devil had a tall. His ImpoHlttolis were such iw no man of the AnKlo-Saxon nice would have tolerated. "The reform movement acalnst KniK.-r wna not an Knulish move mini. Jameson came into the IlK'ht iiKaliiNt our wishes nnd HKaliist the w iidies of the Hrltish hltth commis sioner. 1 sent him word to come b.u k and when hu persisted the only thliitf to do was to bluff Kruirer Into believing that ne had more arnin than He l-tullv had. We did mi, nnd Krug ei : in over an olive branch to Jolian in ."I. ura. They itureed to all hut two Hi. .Hid that was Hint no eonlriict I1. Hill I" accepted Willi u Culluilic r a .1. v. This we flatly refused. rmter played fals,. with the re- i form lommlttce after the Jameson ; raid, broke all his promls.-s and af- t ' i in- had sc'iifed llu- arms in .; ;.:,'. lUHhum ihrotmii Sir llcriul.s I '' inoti, h an-sled t'a entire om mptee, He nam the men to under-H.-n I thai If they pleaded Kiiilty they v u !il In let off with a line. Instead I lie, ki,, y, iit.tn , d t.. be handed iirilli'ii twetity-Voitr hours. ' a eniphatle dispatch from Sec l I M 'in.y laused KriiK.r and the I'o. r . oiiiiiil to hesitate and alter an a1' icfht session the council voted to ! n.intit,, the siiitem es io life lin I prl oiinient." EX AS OFFICERS Though Constables Advanced On Bandits With Revolvers Drawn, Fugitives Proved to Be Quickest On Trigger, lit M,i mint Jonrnsl Siwelul tenwl Wire. ChllUcotho, Tex., Nov. 2.-Vnst.t-hle Charles ltullonny was killed ahd Coin-table J. A. Ihiyle seriously wound ed In a battln with two men wanted in ciiniii-i tion with the recent robbery of the Slate Hank of Odcll, at noon to day. Puss.-s are pursuing the men, who are said to be afoot. The shuotliiK occurred at the little town of lhians. After the suspects ap parently hud surrendered, Hulloway and his ctimpaiiluna. with weapons drawn, advanced on the two men, but Just before they started to search the prisoners one of the latter stepped be hind bin companion and begun firing-. Hollnway was wounded nnd his com panion was shot In the thlnh I)o)ie mutiHKed to reach the buggy just as the horse, liiRhteiied by the sliootitiK, started to run. From hla po sition he saw one of the two men place his weapon nunlnst Hnlloway's chest and, fire, Hulloway wna dead when ,.i.ked up bv rescuers. Pu"-s from Chllllcothe, Vernon nnd surrouadinu towns are out. The men are billeted to have crossed the Ued rh.-r lid Oklahoma. SECRET OF FAMOUS JAMESON RAID I! REVEALED SHOT B BANK WRECKERS FOUGHT ARREST OVER EXPLOSIVE: SUPPE BL0WNT0AT0M5 Peculiar Accident Snuffs Out Lives of Six Me.. Engaged in Salvaging Stranded Steam er's Cargo. I By Vrlf Jmnui fipwlsl leased Wlre.l Cleveland. No-. 2:. Six Florida wreckers were blown un today while attempting to aecure a floating box ( f explosive. prt of tlie ,aren of the steamer San ,'r.achim which went ashore November 2J on the rocks otf At wood Cay, This information was conveyed in a mersaac from the I'rins Joachim which was picked up bv one of the wireless stations here tonight. W'hila the cargo of the Prinx Joach im was belna; Jettisoned, a swarm of wreck-rs lay abrut waiimK an oppot t unity t j fcaivaae any I'-rt of the ar m. A chance came when three leiata almost simultaneous;!- spied a float ing box. They made for It with all baste. When the three boats .each containing- two men. reached the box there was a sharp stniKKle to see Which should net it aboard. Watchers aboard the Prinx Joachim then saw the water thrown hith in the air by an (XDlosion. Thereafter nothing of the boats save splintered wreckage waa to be seen, nor was there any trace of the men. For a time other wreck' r and those aboard the steamer did not know what had happened. Their surmise was that a revenue cutter had thrown a shell at the wreckers. The wireless messaue from th Pr'nx Joachim was address' d New York. ITALIANS SEEK TO OF THE OASIS Sixth Brigade Opens Attack On Fort Mean, Which is Cap tured; Enemy Desperately Fighting Advance. lr Morning .Journal apwlsl teased Wire 1 Tripoli, Nov. 2. Ma p. m.) An important movement Is now in pro gress with the jert of driving the Arabs out of thiTafla and of extend ing the Italian front. It began at day break. The action opened with an at tni k on Fort Mesrl. by the Sixth bri- fcada from IioumtiUia, on the west front. I After several hours fighting the Italians succeeded Ift dislodging the Arabs, and (icneral Frugones. com munder of the Italian forces, ordered the Third division on the east front to advance toward Honnl. Part of the Sixth brigade Joined the men of the Third, taking up a position so as to nrotbet the division from attack from the direction of Ainzara and to pre vent n Junction of the Arabs and Turks. At the time of filing this message, the Italian extreme right was hotly engaged against the Turkish regulars. The new front, If the movement is successful, will extend from Mesrl to Honnl. Ag soon as the Italians are established, reinforcement will be rushed "i to positions strongly en trenched by the engineers. ir.UJAXS AMI TCKKH FUillT ALL DAY Desna, Tripoli, Nov. 2K. An Italian reconnulsance on the plateau outside the city yesterday resulted in an en counter with the Turks in force. The lighting lusted all day. both sides re tiring to their positions. The ltallau casualty list numbered twelve killed, twenty wounded. NAVAL K(i.(.l TlKXTS ON IX AIXIl A SKA Paris. Nov. Notwithstand the strictest censorship In Italy over war news, a dispatch has come thrlugh from the Secolo of Milan, stating re ports are current In Home that an action has commenced In the Aegean aea nnd that a bombardment Is ac tually In progress. Officials main tain silence but the tact that tele phonic communication abroad has completely stopped and that tele grams are subject to lone delays Is taken to Indicate that the gravest events are afoot. Xcw vaudeville today. Crystal. BRAKEMANCUT OFF LEGS WITH KNIFE Helena. Mont.. Nov. 26 An exhi bition of Iron nerve failed to save the life of II. K. Fkleberry. a Northern Pacific lirakeman, after he had been run over by his train at Hig Timber today. He was adjusting the lights at the rear of the train when it was backed over him. his legs being crushed to a pulp. While waiting for workmen to procure Jacks with whlih to lift the cars from his mangled legs, Eklobcrry with his pocket knlfa, cut away the members.- Jle died a few hours after, , .;. v TRAGEDY OF BAD HEALTH one of the most travtlo things In life Is the failure of health. The breadwinner of the family overtaxes his strength. th mother wears her self completely out with the never ending round of home duties, or the son or daughter works too hard In school and the result Is wreck of health and happiness. We consider ourselves: verv fortun ate in having a remedy that we cun recommend In absolute confidence to all whose health la failing, young or old, nnd we freely give back the money If this remedy does not please. It is Vlnol, our deilclous cod liver nnd iron topic. Probably you have beard of the good It has done some of your neighbors. We sell a great deal of It and it certainly does make weak, psle, worn-out people strong nnd well again. J. II. OTtlelly Co., druft A:bu,4vivlllile, X. Ji. DRIVE TURKS OUT DISCLOSES ISE Life Story of School Teacher In Jail at Segundo, Colo., Rivals Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. (Spwial rrrtpondear t Moraine Java! Trinidad. Colo.. Nov. 2. The per son being helj in the county Jail un der the name of A. J. Baker, former si houl teacher at Segundo, who on tomorrow will answer to a statutory charge in Justice court preferred by a fourteen-year-old pupil of her j school, is a woman, the mother of two sweet and pretty children, and 1 the wife of James A. Maker, for years a teacher In the ;iub!ic schools of Hydro, okia. At least these are some of the statements that the state iwill at'empt to establish as facts at the hearing. Masquerading as a man this person, whom name Is Mabel or Madeline Ilaker. has been going ov er the country with papers belonging to her husband which she is alleged to have taken when she left Okla homa, betters In the possession of the district attorney are expected to show- that under various assumed names, the defendant has been keep m up a correspondence with both men and women and that she has been the recipient from time to time of letters written by her husband letters appealing to her to return to him and the children letters which describe In beautiful words the love of a husband and father for a wife of brilliant attainments. The A. J. Paker who occupies a cell in the county Jail is addressed as Mabel and Madeline. The prisoner in masculine attire, has taught school at Wray, Colo., at Hiilrose and at Vilas. At different times sht has assumed the name of Irene Pardee and much of her cor respondence has been signed with that name. And these letters which i he slate will offer at the hearing is expected to tublish without a doubt that A. J. Baker is one of the unique characters of the century, a student, a dreamer and a poetess who has as sumed many roles and many names in her travels since she left her hus band in Oklahoma. James A, linker, who la thought to be her husband, is of a distinguish ed family. His sister is said to he a principal of a school In Missouri and his brother Greeley Baker, Is presi dent of the llaker Manufucturing company of Harlan, la. The mys terious count;' ;';!! pr'qnner had been an assistant to her husband in teach ing school In Oklahoma, studied medicine the arts and the sciences and from her study of medicine is be lieved to have experimented in what Is known as plastic surgery, by which means she has been able to change the contour of her features or In a degree to have erased femininity from her person and appear more masculine. The ancients practiced thjs plastic surgery with astounding results. Whether or not her husband still lives is not known. The last heard of him he was at Hydro, ok la., and the last letter received by 'Mabel' found among her affects tells of the great love that this man bears fur the wifo who deserted him. It begs her to come back and it records a tragedy sin-h as would afford material for a novel or many i,f them. Some time ago. a report was circulated that James Iiaker had been found pros trated on the road near his home, lie was thought to be dying. Noth ing more was heard about It. The case Is the most sensational In the history of this county. Fic tion has never offered a more mar velous tale than that of a once beau tiful woman of rare intellect and many accomplishments, reared and nurtured in a good homo, blessed tulth the love of husband and prat tling babes, who leaving all behind passed out Into the world to l.ecomo u nameless, sexless human creature to destroy womanly traits, and forego womanly apparel to become a man among men, yet carved in the image of the great mother of the race. And the correspondence of this w man would show that he is proud of her ability to deceive, grat ified bv her cleverness in wearing her way Into the associations of both men and women, calloused to the thought that she has been swept b the undercurrent Into the under world to cohabit with all sorts and conditions of men. And the identity of this person will be learned nnd the life story may beVnown when the case Is called In the court of Justice Stone. TWO DERBY WINNTRS ARE BURNED TO DEATH Lexington, Ky., Nov. 26. In a fire at "Stockwood," the farm of Captain James Williams, at Spring Station, near Versailles, Ky., this afternoon. Covernnr Gray, winner of the Ameri can Derby, at Jacksonville, Fla., last winter, and this year's Latonla Derby; and County Tax, both geldings, were burned to death. The fire destroyed the stables In which the horses were quartered. Both the animals had Been big money win ners. Itni kache, lleailache, Xi-rvoustifu. srjd rheumatism, both In men ami women, mean kidney trouble. I)., not allow it to progress beyond the reach of medicine but stop It promptly with Foley Kidney Pills. They regu late the action of. the urinary organs. Tonic In action, quick In results. J. H. O'RUlly. Xew niidcille today. - Crystal. SENATE COMMITTEE TO EXONERATE STEPHENSON Washington, Nov. 26. With the declaration that no Instances of brlh 'erv were discovered but with words of censure for the use of large sums of money In his campaign, the senate romniittee which Investigated the election of Senator Isaac Stephenson is expected lb report soon after the cpening of congress. Senator Steph enson, according to a well founded report here today, will he declared fully entitled to his scut. The use of money In the Stephenson campaign was the result of the Wisconsin pri mary system it was claimed in lh liearlngs. Xcw tatnliUllc unlit)-. Cry.tliil. OMAN mm i New Coal Yard The New State Coal Yard t C. W. KUNZ, Prop. is now ready for business. Your orders are solicited. We Guarantee Good Hand Screened Coal Prompt Delivery 2,000 Pounds to the Ton Yards Fruit Ave. and Santa Fe R. R. Tracks. Phone 35 ROOSEVELT IS NOT! Philadelphia North American Publishes What It Terms An "Authoritative Statement" of His Position On Presidency, (Bv Morning Journal Rnerlnl Leased Mire. I I'hihiile'phlii. Nov. 27. The Norn American today puHlshes what ii terms an "authoritative statement" of Colonel Poosevclt's position wbh reference to the republican nation.!' campaign In 1912. The statement reiterates Mr. Roose velt's declaration that he will not be a candidate In 1912 neither would he lend his aid to any prospective can didate. The North American says the statement was made no more than three days ago by Colonel P.ifosevelt. It says: "Colonel Roosevelt will not support anv man for the nomination in 1912, neither Mr. Taft nor any one else. He never srave Mr. Taft any pledge or of fer of support, nor did Mr. Taft ever hav such an Impression. "As to himself. Colonel Roosevelt Is not a candidate nor has he been at anv time. He has repeatedly dis couraged suggestions of this charac ter, not only from sincere friends but from potential political leaders, who for one reason or another desire to use his name, an 1 he has emphatical ly refused pledges of active support, even delivery of delegates." MORSE MOVED FROM PRISON TO HOSPITAL Atlanta, On.. Nov. 26. Charles W. Morse, the New York banker, today exchanged his bare cell at the federal prison here for a more commodious ward In the army hospital at Fof McPherson. The change was ordered by Attorney General Wickersham, who recently made a special visit to Atlan ta to investigate the condition of Mr, M orse. The transfer was made early this morning, Morse making the trip of several miles in an ambulance, ac companied by Major Baker, chief sur geon at the fort. ir ntooil Ihrt trln ell Vint II wna 'stated at the fort that his condition did not permit an examination today. The banker-convict la expected to go through this ordeal tomorrow. 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