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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. Vol. CXXXIII., No. 2. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1912. Bj Mall 50 Cent a Month; Single Copies, 6 Cent By Carrier, 60 Cmti a Month. LAFDLLETTE SIIS WALL STREET NOW CONTROLS NITON Declares Few Men of Big Busi ness But No Politics Reign Supreme in District or Coun ty's Affairs. WANTS GOVERNMENT CONDUCTED BY PEOPLE Believes Republican Party is Best Instrument for Over throwing Bosses and Accom plishing Needed Reforms, (rty Morning Journal Special Leased Wlre.l Saginaw, Mich., Jan. 1. Aflur Flicukiutr lit Flint and liny City, dur ing the day. Senator Kf bel t M. Lu F ollclte wound up hi first day's nil I paign in Michigan in the interests of his "progressive'' eandidaey lor the repiil)liea n nomination fur president, with an address tit Uih Masonic Tem lde here tonight. Ho discussed llit' trusts and their relation to the U. r ift; tlie money trust an the cllinux of nil, and the necessity of returning control of the government as he Haiti, to the hands of the people. He ask ed the support of all republicans and democrats alike. In doing this. The Dingley tariff lawhe said, by raising the tariffs high enough to eli minate foreign competition, opened the way for the trusts. In describing the rapid growth since 1897, when the Diugley law was passed, the senator said trust capitalization had inoreaseu 'over lil'ty-four per cent during the lour years of the preceding adminis tration, despite the tact that a number of prosecutions had been begun. I!y that time they had become so strons that they defied prosecution. "Alexander Hamilton, Henry Clay mid William McKinley," said Senatot J.ii Follette. 'would never have spoken of the tariff us they did If there had been no competition. The stand-pat- ler today is the worst enemy of the protect ivr system." lie declared that a few men in Wall (trect, who have no politics, but who are interested only in bushess, con trol the affairs of the country ami that the big problem now Is to return control to the people, "If I did not believe the republi can party was the best Instrument for Hotting control Into the hands of the I enple," he said, "I would leave it. Jf I believed the democratic party was rt better instrument. I woidd join it If I thotigjit a. new party would be more effective. I would form it. Hut I think the republican party is the best instrument there is. There ir quite a progressive Senti ment all through the north. 1 don'! know of any progressive sentiment or any progressive legislation in me .south, un, ibe sin until of the demo cracy is ill the uouth. If the senti ment of the democrats of the south were the iirnie as that of the demo crats of the north, I think It would be as Rood all instrument as Hit re publican party. "A true American believes in demo. rrcy. He believes men and women are equal and entitled to an equal chance. Hut the democratic party of the south is not. by Inheritance ,lhat fort of an organization. . the strength of the party 111 the south Is the aristocracy. The Fouthern demo crat despises alike the poor white and ncCTu. and that is not th,. sentiment that makes lor popular govein m'Tii." Senator T-a Follette spent tonight In Saginaw. Tomorrow he is scheduled to speak at owosso, Lansing and C.rnnd Kaplds. MOTHER-IN-LAW HELD FOR MURDER Middle, Ala., Jan. 1. After an In quest over the body of . Frederick Wassrrleben, who wag shot und killed in his home Saturday, the coroner's Jury today rendered a verdict that his death was broutrht about by gunshot wounds received at the hands oi Mary T. llodau, his mother-in-law. Tho jury also recommended that W'assei- lebeli's wife and broi her-in-lnw, Will iam tlrecne, be held as accessories. At the inquest Mrs. Godau testified that she shot Wnsserbben while he was In bed because he invited her to kill him nfter he had insulted her. She declared she dressed the body and dragged It down stairs, hiding It in the darkness on the front porch, so her children might not know of the crime. Later she said she hauled the corpse in a wagon to a pond where it was found Sunday morning. She wanted to make it appear, she said, that he had been killed by robbers. Mrs. Oodau declared repeatedly that her daughter and son were innocent. SANITARIUM PATIENT FOUND HALF FROZEN Denver, Jan. 1. V. L. HiiRh, 5 years old, of (itinnison, Colo., who disappeared from a local sanitarium last Thursday, was found this after noon by hunters. In semi-conscious condition he was lying on the Ice on Rollins lake in Arapahoe county. When revived ho declared that he had been wandering In the open since his escape. The temperature almost constantly has been around zero and the aged man's face, hands nnd feet were 'irosUd severely. Physicians say that he may recover. COUNSEL EN GAGED WILL ASK THRONE TO DEFEND LABOR LEADER S Attorney Job Hariiman, To gether With Clarence S, Dar row and LeCompte Davis Have Been Retained. TO COMMANDEER WEALTH OF NOBLES 0RTIE M1A1AL ON HIS WAY EAST In Company With Detective McLaren, Confessed Dyna miter Leaves Los Angeles for Indianapolis, I'ltlK.ltl-XslVKS S'I'WI I'OI'I I.Alt i I.KXMI.XT. liny City, Mich., Jan. 1. Senuto' Robert M. I.a Follette in his address 3n the National Guard Armory here today defined the progressive move ment as standing for a rt P esi-nta-thp government, direct nom'rutl u o! all officers from Hie smallest ti the largest, direct election of I'nili' 1 Slates senators, and for the initiative, referendum anil recall. "The enormous interest if the country," said the senator, "are a treat peril. The vast interests are welded together with powerful ftrencth. The large Inflated capita! of billions of dollar means ruin in the country in time of depression. Woe unto th,. honest business enterprises f the county In time of a .eal s'olai. The penalties cannot be everted." ' What the country needs Is a re vision of the tariff, p new standard. The tnrifT shi uld Iv based on the dif ference In the cost of production be tween this country and abroad. The tariff now is l.aso.1 upon the cost of production, plus the enormous profits 'I Hie trusts. Th-1 government takes the word of the manufacturer.'' F-nator Li. Folbtte said that with the Dingley tariff bill to look up to ther. was tine feeding for the trusts. "From IS; to l0u,'' he continued. "the interests formed I4 trusts with combined capitalization of 17,7X4. titiu.OOO for the sole purpose of fixing prices and downing competition. In lKflO to lsot, H SS4 organisations were brought Into combinations with n nnrmous capital of I20.S9T.1 81.61 1. In isms the number of combine,! or ganizations had welled to l.0:ii. aptulixed at mere than l.'C.OOd.OOO. "(. These figures do not Include the 'on?iltlatifn of lnnks. insurance 'mpanieg and trust companies." The speaker Said the entire husi " Interests of the country are t- "v controlled bv mere hannfiil oi j io-n. ie h:in one hundred, who nave the power to dictate prices, both pur chasing and selling. He said hi t rinlv l.eli. -v el the majoritv of the 'ni.-patters" would sn "take the Winders c.fT and Pne up with the pro gressives " He made no reference either l. President Taft or to lloosevelt or to LU can.lldac lor the presidency. (By M.irulng Journal HpevUl Leuned Wire ) Los Angeles, Jun. 1. ortie E. Mc- M'ti'M'.l, confine-id dynamiter, left Los Angeles tonb.ht In company with Detective Malcolm McLaren of the Hums agency. His destination is thought to be Indianapolis. McManigal, accompanied bv Detec tive .McLaren and I'mler Sheriff Drain lilt the county jail shortly before (', o'clock. They entered an automobile at a side entrance and were vvhi. ked away ill the direction of tile Santa J'c railway station. It was niol'e than four hours before an Inkling ol their departure leaked out nnd jail officers refused informa tion as to .McMamgal's whereabouts. .McLaren said several days ago thai win n the time came fi r h.lin to leave for the east with McManigal liobodv would know it until he bad left the i Ity. It is believed that McManigal will appear before the grand jury now in session at Indianapolis and repeat the confession he made to Assistant Dis trict Attorney J. D. Fredericks whii h it in alleged named many labor lead ers of lh,. "higher up" circles as hav ing knowledge of the doings of the McXamaras In the many explosions throughout the country. Detective McLaren was quoted sum,, days aijo as slating that when McManigal was taken to Indianapolis and had testified he would return to Los Angeles to answer to Ibe indict ments against him here. IBy Morning Journal Rielal Leaned Wlrs.) Los Angeles, Jan. 1. Although scheduled to appear in the Tinted States court here tomorrow to answer "guilty" or "not p-uilty" to the charge of having been parties to a nation wide dynamite conspiracy, three of the four labor leaders who were in dicted Saturday bv the federal grand Jury spent the new year holiday in sight-seeing In company with throngs of tourists. The fourth, F. A. Oatuy of San Francisco. Is reported still 111 it his home. Olaf A. Tveilmoe of San Francisco. secretary-treasurer of the California Huilding Trades Council, passu! the day on a troU'ey trip aecompani.d oy several labor leaders of this cin. Anton Johaiinsen, organizer lor Huilding Trades Council, and .1 Munsey, secretary of the Iron Wot . ers union at Salt Lake fit v. conferred briefly with their attorney. Job l:ir- llman, and local labor leaders. Johaiinsen sent a telegram In his wife at Corte Madera, stating thai he expected to return to his home there the latter part of the week. Munsey, after his talk with Hani man, passed much of the time with his wife and step-son, who came here with him from Salt Lake City in re sponse to grand Jury subpoenas. F. J. Hendricks, president of the Los Angeles Huilding Trades Council, who expected to be called to testily befora the grand Jury tomorrow, used the shorter and uglier word In dis cussing Clancy's confession. "Clancy has not confessed and he will not confess,' asserted ,'leiidrieks. "He has nothing to confess. Some people are starting that story, hoping it will have effect upon others. They think others will be seared and tell something. But they cannot, for there is nothing left to tell. "I'll make a statement for you one of these days that will make the peo ple sit up and take notice." Hen dricks continued. "We are not asleep, by any means. " Attorney Hariiman stated that counsel to aid him In the defense of Tveitmoe, Johunmscn, Munsey and in all probability Clancy, had been deter mined. His use of t lie worn tney in snenkintr of additional gave strength to tne rumor, hucm,, that LeCompte Davis and Clarence S. Dm row, both of whom dereniled tae McXamara brother, would lake part In the case. Hariiman said "they" had gone for n ride this morning and had not yet returned, and he did not wish to make their names public until he had talked again with them. Premier Yuan to Make Final Appeal Today for Funds With Which to Carry on War in , China. REFUSAL OF REQUEST MEANS HIS RETIREMENT Memorial Signed By Army Of " ficers Would Make Failure to Contribute Traitorous Act on Part of Princes, Ity Morning Journal Rneelnl lasted Wlrs-1 I'arls, Jan. 1. A special dispatch to tlie I'arls edition of the New York Herald from Its Hekln correspondent, says that Yuan Shi Kal tlie premier, tomorrow will present to the throne a signed demand of all the command ers of the northern army that the wealth of tlm princes and nobles shall be commandered for a continuance of the war. The memorial rhnraeterlzeg the dictatorial attitude of the revolution ists as unbearable; expresses loyally to the monarchy and a desire to fight the Issue to a finish. It Insists that unless the princes contribute they shall be treated na traitors. It Is said that If the memorial Is rejected by the throne, Yuan fhl Kut will Insist that his resignation be accepted. JURY CQMPROMIS ES ON VERDICT OF BRANDEIS JUSTIFIES ACTS OF M'NAMARAS llo MANSLAUGHTER PROMINENT DOCTOR MURDERED IN coin Rinnn MI CH Dl I'l.NDS ON Ki:siMi'Tiox or ntainxtj. Fekin, Jan. 1. Much depends on whether the fighting near Hankow was authorized by the republicans und whether It will be followed up by the republicans or Imperialists. The As sociated Press Is informed that the news of the attack was welcomed by Yuan Shi Kal, who will now await Issue of battle. If the Imperialists are victorious It will give tho throne a brief lease of life, while n reverse to ounsel tna imperiansi army, :i is oeti'vea, would precipitate the nbdic;'ttim of tho emperor. Thy Dully News, the organ of the lorelgn office, proposes In an article printed today that tne republicans and Imperialists save .the country from anarchy by forming a united government which shull control af fairs until an assembly can be selected and determine whether the country shall be turned into a republic or re main a monarchy. This indicates even Yuan Shi Hut's dread of a partition ing of the empire. There is little doubt that he prefers the abdication of the emperor to this. It is said the reason why the Im perial princes have refrained from do na ting large sums of money to aid the government Is that they feel the government's i ause is hopeless and also because some of them seriously distrust Yuan Shi Kal. California Man Found Guilty of Assisting in Murder of Thirteen-Year-Old Step-Niece; Wife to Be Tried. IBy Morning Journal Rprelal I.enwd Wire.) Orovllle, Ca., Jan. L A Verdict of manslaughter was returned today bv the jury in the case of Arthur Lewis' tho young man tried in the superior court here for the murder of his 1.1- Syear-old niece, Helen Itumbull. The jury, which had been out since 11:15 a. in. Saturday, brought In the verdict at l:2li p. m. today. The verdict was a compromise, the Jury for many hours having stood eight lor conviction of murder In the first degree and four for lie, initial. Sentence will be pronounced Thurs day. Mrs. ltmiiball, step-moiher of Hel en, Indicted Jointly with Lewis, will be brought to trial January 2, She is a sister of Lewis. .Melon liumbnll was found dead tn the attic of her home near here list September. In the morning of the dav of her death her step-mother hud whipped her and bound her to the studding of the attic because of on alleged falsehood the girl had told her. It was one of the hottest days of the year in this vicinity and the conseiiiient heat In the utile was In creased by an incubator in operation. The testimony was that Lewis came home In the evening and went to the attic, where be berated the girl for her behavior and made fun of her position. Medical examination showed that the child's neck had been broken In two places and in such a manner, ne cordlng to physicians, that it could not have been caused by hanging. prisonersTtage Jan. I I ..mis 1 . ston, in an address elated that the eoiin be surprised that the and their allies resorted i gulp their ends and that ighiN Canton, llrandeis of here tonight d II V should in t McXamaras to Violence t "Hlg lluslness ' must give, th ot laboring men noire eonidci a lioi or face a Hood of socialism. Mr. Mraiiilcls said thin the 1 Stales Steel corporation was the clpal offender and thai only I eyecllC 1) In despotic methods. "iinlv the revolutionary and wars have surpas-e, In import. nice the progressive movement now be fore the people," Mr. Crandeis said. "The slrtmgle for Industrial liberie in w Is on. " lilted prui - lissi.l el ,1 PASADENA HOLDS ITS TOURNAMENT OF ROSES ras.tdena, Cal.. Jan. I I'asadeiia's twenty-third annual tournament of loses, was reviewed today lie the crowds which lined the streets lor tulles. Aviator C. I, lingers, who crossed the continent In an aeroplane, headed the long line of flowery automobiles and carriages in the same machine in which he made his famous trip. The prize piece of Hie parade "Mas one of Vanity Fair." was composed of more than live thousand rosebuds and thousands of oiuk sweet pens and great wreaths of llouyaliievilles. PROGRESSIVES OF OHIO REFUSE TO ENDORSE AMY CANDIDATE FRIENDS STAND BY MANY 1M WAN When West Virginia Physician Refused to Issue Man Pre scription for Whiskey, Latter Shot Him. TO BE DEPUTY Indications Are That New Chief County Peace Officer of New York Will Be Swamped With Applications. Rr Morelng Jaurasl Hperiul I.imI Wlre. Xew York, Jan I. Shi-rift Julius Ilarburger. who took office today, faid tonight it looked as though ther Wou, be a rush of women to take advantage of his offer to appoint members of tho fair sex rfS special deputy sheriffs. He receive.! an in- juuiry from Mrs. John S. Crosby, pres ident of the women's democraii. club, asking how maiiv nanus of wo men as candidates for deputies she might fubmit. "As many as you like," the sheriff replied. "I believe the innovation will he a good policy and I would line to appoint a large number of widows or other responsible women ho are depends nt upon themselves lor a liv ing. There is great need fit rw li deputies in dance halls and ,th. r r ub la places where young women need protect ion." Th sheriff is permitted to aonent r.earlv 2.HI0 deputies. He paid he would make the choice of his fir" women deputies in a few d.iys. FATAL WRECK IN SALT LAKE YARDS Sail tjtk Citv. Jan. 1. Two train men ere killed nd two injured in i wreck in the north yards f the lit tjrande railroad here tonight. TIm I lead. T. J. OiXXKLLY, brakeman. It. K. CMiSiiX, fireman, both tsall Lake. Charbston, VV. Va., Jan. 1. D,l. F.dwln i. Thornhlll. aged llf, years, a well-known physician nnd business man of the southern section of West Virginia, was shot and killed today by Willis Hatfield, son of the feudist. "Devil A use" llatrield, in a drug siore at Mullens. The phvslcian was attending an Injured person when the shooting occurred. Hatfield. It Is no id. asked Dr. Thornhlll to Issue a prescription for a pint of whisky. The doctor refused and when Hatfield used abusive language, the physician slapped hi'n. Hatfield, it Is alleged, iiiuii "liati ly drew a revolver and fired lo bullet--Into Dr. Thornhlll s body. .''teppmg closer Hatfield again fired tw., i.. ' -tlonal shots, each taking effect In i 1 head of the prostrate man. Fearing Ivnchiiig llallbld pleaded with the authorities to protect hun and he was taken to I'ltieville, the eoiintv seat, where deputy sheriffs to night are guarding the frail prison. COTTON MILL WORKERS DEMAND WAGE INCREASE Lowell, Mass, Jan. 1. A demand for an advance in wages of ten per rent by the loom fixers of the city, created a situation today which m. involvo the -'),0' 0 cotton operatives here. While the demand is made only by the loom tixers, ,"uft in number, it Is equivalent to asktng for an Increase for 19. fton opciatives. since an In crease cannot be given t" them with out applying H to all the help. The mill stunts say the present rendition "1 he cotton Industry doe" not warrant an Increase. WITHDRAWS OFFER TO FINANCE COTTON CROP lU. SFN l-KlaVAKI S TO UK IN Kil HATF.I). Washington, Jan, 1 The departure of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, president-elect of the new republic of China trom Shanghai for Nanking, where his in auguration is to be held. Is announc ed n dispatches received ut the state department. The president-elect la apparently going ahead without awaiting the re sults of the nation convention of the pence conference at Shanghai. The date of the Inuiiguiaiioii has not been announced. Imperial troops at Hankow have been given orders not to fire unless attacked by the rebels. Desultory fir ing which occurred on Haliirday It is ehurged, was begun by the revolutionists. NOVEL MINSTREL PERFORMANC E San Quentin Inmates Put on Breezy Show in Which Con victs Star of Crime, Particular Lines IMl'LKIAL TltOOI-S iti;itit'ii:ii on orn:sivK. San Francisco, Jan. 1. A dispatch from Shanghai today to the Chung Sal Yat I'o, a local newspaper, says that the imperial trooos have attack ed and captured the town of Wln-i Chow, In the province of Annul. The cablegram also said it was reported that the Imperialists were bombard ing the city of Wu Chang. The republican government issued a I'tocl aiiiation today, according to the li.-i.aleh that the Plan to change the Chiles- calendar lo i (inform to the Lure'. can calendar became effective today. .Ill" Morning Journal Htordat I.oiin-d Wlr I Sun (juciitln, Cul., Jan. 1. With Herbert itespold, the "pei'mmed burglar" playing "Hearts and Flow ers on bis violin, and the prison glee club singing "Here Comes My Train: Oh, I'lease Donl lio," the annual vaudeville and minstrel show was given at San giientln prison tonight. The performance was given In the prison chapel and continued from G until II o'clock. A trio of porch climbers put on a sketch called the "Hrlek House mys tery." A "Dutch Disturbance" was staged bv two "strong arm" men. "Tommy V," Carey and "Ited" l.achen were fiaturml as lock and handcuff ex perts, Introducing the triple transler of hniidcul'1. Willi Carey as the "hand, ul f king." nthcr features were Spanish dancing, dialect monologues and a song by Kdward Deinanty ill which the audience loliied In the chorus "I'll Like a Little U.vin' Sow anil Then." WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER Mrs, Rene Morrow of Chicago Offered Aid By Lodge and Numerous Clubs; Police to Demand $25,000 Bond. HIT Morning Journal Nperial Leaned Wire.) Chicago, Jan. I. The pollen lute today announced they would demand a bond of 623,000 for the release, pending further Investigation, of Mrs. Hene Morrow charged with the murd er of her husband, Charles 11, Mor row, who was found shot to dentil at his residence December 2H, Tomorrow t he. coroner's Inquest In to Morrow's death will be re-onened. Morrow, however, was pcrmlt- at the Hyde park Friends of Senator LaFollette Unsuccessful in Their Efforts to Pledge Delegates for Wis consin Man, PINCHOT-GARFIELD IN COMPLETE CONTROL Columbus Conference Resu '5 in Formation of Permanent Organization to Captuie 1912 Republican Convention, Mrs ted to leave her ce ponce siurion to go lo her home lor Xew Year'a dinner. She was guarded bv a city detective, as she was on Sunday when she attended the funer al of her husband. Mrs. Lottie J. Wiley, past worthy grand matron of the Illinois division of a lodge to which Mis. Morrow be longs, and Mrs. M. I'atrlck ami Mrs. L. Morri ll, also members of the same order, spent much of the day with Mrs. .Morrow. Mrs. Wiley said the order would aid Mrs. Morrow finan cially ami III other ways. Members of the Chicago 1'iess Writers' club, of which Mrs. Morrow Is a former official and fellow mem bers of the Colonial Club and the Kilo association, called on Mrs. Morrow during Hie day and offered aid. Mrs. Morrow will be arraigned at the Hyde lurk court tomorrow af ternoon. Hearing of the charge against her, however, will be postponed until af ter the coroner's Inquest lias been concluded. TRYING HDBO FOR FOR KIDNAPPING 00 L BOY ESCAPED CONVICT PARDONED AFER Fort Worth. T. x.. Jan. 1. ltob. rl M Thompson of New York and Washington, who proposed a plan t' finance two million bales of cotton, has withdrawn his offer for the reas on, as he states in a private letter that certain southern newspapers and Persons are masing r"isrt-,mi tionn connrniiig It. which may bi prevent Its luture adoption. hl opinion that the s.uth would of ifiMv mtlbors )'t by th. or t similar plan. tend xi;v loiiK iiimf: ULIAOMK MAV Itl lM III IC. New York, Jan. I A celebration of the establishment of the Chinese republic, confident ot the inaugura tion of its first pre-ident, was Held in Chinatown today. Hundreds ot Chinamen rushed to their barbels early In the day and had their queues cut away, severing, as they said, the last symbol of Mn' iui rule. At noon when 30,000 Chinese fathered lor the celebration, not a queue was seen. Many of the Chinamen also shook off thqr sandals and In heavy Ameri can shoes, climbed the stairs of the old joss house in M.-tt street, which was ie-christeii d th- "Chinese public hall," and gravely bowed helore a large portrait ol the new picod'-nt. Dr. Sun Yat 8en. The hoisting of an enormous flag of the new republic on top of the old loss hoiite, was the signal for cheer ing, wbi. h would hi. e done credit to any American football crowd. "Chung Hue. Chung Hue. lloola, lloola. VI bela," fairly sh'wk the eld walls of the Chinatown riistrn U Chinese girls snd hoya, dressed In American fashion, sng a new Chin ese national sons entitled 'The Coun try of the Chinese Itepuhlic," to the air of "America." The sentiment ol the song was something; an follows: lr. Sun Yat Sen bs pown the seed and grown the reputdte. All of the Chinese should be patriots of one one love and one life for their ouniry and liberty nt freedom. hu role Is cone snd the Chinese hall remain fwrevcr tra " ' heart. v .ounii "n'l Msn. l James Coibett Fighting for Liberty Before Indiana Jury; Accused Was Student of Notre Dame University. Hr Morning Ji.urni.l Kw, h.l I rilnrtl Wire I Shelbwille, llld. Jin. 1. J.illieS Corbet I. who styles himself "Hobo King Xo. 2." was placed oil trial to day charged with kidnapping Hirold Calbeit, 13 ears old, iietober 3. He was -wrested In Toledo, where the boy savs be was sent out to bog. In court today young t 'albert said he had been coaxed to accompany Corliett to Cincinnati and frmii there to Tol. do. The ho s story of ill-treatment was regarded as one of the strongest points hioii,-ht out by the prost-ciition. Corhctt has entered a Ken fit I di'llia 1. Corlatt's attorney cojrt. says tlie del Noire Dame t'ni years and later Mudi College at Washing! 28 YEARS Respected Business Man of St. Joseph, Mo,, Was Sent to Texas Penitentiary as Youth for Hoi sc Stealing, l.enoeil tlre. I .- Tweniy llnrst, then lly Morning Journal fwelal SI. Joseph. Mo, J. in. light vears after Xathau a youth, escap.-d from the peniten tiary at 1 1 lllltsv i lie. Tex , W here be was serving a s.a ei.teen-v ar s nieiu e for horse stealing, his father, W. L. II, list of Hurst, Tex.. I.tiiiiv arrived witli a pardon iioiii liovernor Col quitt. Older the m Hammond, the married and be me of tugiiiv anie pr William I! e ha. I bet r oltllltellt ill a bus i net s an.l polii I, a I w a v and a. hiev - d an enviable I . pill., I e.li without having hi secret l.ak out. Fvn his family did not know of it until the pardon was t.Hu,1. Hammond savs he may now return to Texas with his father. named by the i in hint attended rstty lor eight r.l at the Catholic li, D. C Cornell, II WHS State began tlie hie of a tramp PROFESSOR ANNOUNCES UNUSUAL DISCOVERIES "hi. thru he might have tirst hand know I- I thropol edge .l s-onomic ,ondltions tor a book he inl n.ls lo urite. When he came hen- he i refused permission to b-' ture lclore thcsthool children and Ihe Calbett bov u.vs he was kidnapped lcause O.rbctt wished to retaliate. go. ami lour in iiiiuoiin Most i, Jan. 1 Professor Fr.d i r of the ib parttneiit of i,n- of the Cnivefslty ol Chb a- l in 'hi. at., fo.iav all. r a nil s trip thiough Korea and cl unusual discoVcl ies. dlS'-oVer- ' le 1-1, car-old Man Swims. San IMceo. Oil., Jan. I A l.ni ire of the annual New Years plunge of Ihe San Dieo Swimming club t.i.Ui was (he prcsem e and activity of It oldest member. l. J. Slough. 4 vears ol.l lie swam wun as mm n ease and vigor s any of the younger men. lor hall an hour. important of tlies. 'i,f-ssor Starr. "Is that on Ihe wall .Hid along the a . proa, lies lo a liiiiblnist -brine erected i.l'ioi years ato. I found earvlnvs on slon whuh ber a most striking resemblance t" iii,g lound In M.xl.o and Vu .. Ian "The erob.n of time has h-cn con siderable and I cannot make a defin ite statement on lliat account, ttut I hue. lk.n ttrolltflV lml,rced that ll later shall convlme mvself of care lul lovtrtlUiatlon. I Br Morning Journal Mnerln; f enseit Wire 1 Coliim Iiiih, ii., Jan. I, Progressive, republicans of Ohio met here today, formed a permanent organisation, adopted u declaration of progressive principles but voted o 2 to 22 to not give their endorsement to I'nlted Slates S itor Hubert M. La Follette as a can, II, late for the presidential nomination. After refusing him the endorse ment of the league, the delegates vot ed 21 to II In lavor of a resolution, as a personal expression of the dele gates, naming Senator La Follette, us "the living embodiment of principles of the progressive movement and tha logical candidate to curry lliem to successful fruition." The vote came after a three hours' debate and was on the adoption of an amendment to the report of the res olutions committee, which had been unanimously In favor of not naming a i amllibiie. Hlfford Pinch, it who declared ho spoke only lor hlmsellV nnd in no way for Colonel Theodora Itoosuvolt; and James It. Uarttcld, lurmtjr smntaiy of the Intel Ion were leaders In the de bate against giving Any candidate an endorsement. Senator Works of Cali fornia and luler Sanutor Clapp of Minnesota, were urging .that the Ohio progressives com entente their efforts In working for the election of Sena tor La Follette. The resolution which Ivan adopted Urn whuh had been submitted to the resolutions committee by Mr. I'lnchot, Walter H, mser, secretary of tho na tional league and manager of the La Follette campaign, and John D. Kiu k lor, temporary chairman ot the Ohio faction, read as follows: "We are opposed to ihe reuomlna tlon of President Taft. We hereby declare t to be the determined pur pose of the Ohio Progressive Repub lican league to work in harmony and unison to nominate a progressive re publican for president, recognizing as fellow progressives nil who hold the principles for which we stand, wheth er they be lor the presidential nomi nation of Hubert M. La Follette or Theodore Itoosevelt or any other pro gressive republlcun. "SVe favor the election of delegates who will favor the nomination of a candidate who will fully represent the progressive principles." Fa, k lor, who presided at today's caucus as temporary chairman, was elected chairman of tho permanent organization. A declaration of principles adopted unanimously was substantially the one prepared by a committee appoint- I at a recent meeting of Ohio pro gressives, im the question of national politics II I., llo wcil the line of the platform adopted by the progressive conference In Chicago. It declared for a substantial and equitable revision of the tariff sched ule, in lavor of preserving the pro tective tariff principle, tlie measure of which shall be the dlllereiice In wages ami raw material ut home. und abroad. To this end a non-partisan tariff board with lull power to compel testi mony ami l report to congress was ad oolite, I. A revision of the Sherman law was suggested in the second paragraph: "For the cine of corporate anil trust evils we favor bgi-lalion that shall cltcctuullv regulate and control In Ihe public Interests, the great instrumen talities In modern business, such leg islation cleat U lo ileliue and provide recognize, I wrongs: such as the ex ploitation of humanity for profit, slo.k watering, organizing companies without substantial assets, agree ments lo control production, market prices and the like, all designed to piote, I the holt, si and punish by Im pflsonmciit those dishonest business men." Oolher planks of Ihe platform de , laled lor popular election of I'nlted Slates seiii.tois, the Pinchol-liooscv ell cons.-i alion policy, a national income tax. gradual., I upward, and the aboli tion of needless public positions. In lis slate pollen s the platform de clared In lavor of all nominations by direct primary, except township and village otlici.ls. the Initiative and ret.ieiidum, Ihe short ballot and a presiil.nli.il prcterctiee law; simp'.lfl latloii of legal prui-, dun : Ihe submis sion of nil mailers of public pulley to the voters The hi-t different of opinion .iror.e vi h.-n an added resolution to pioisc s ipport lo mi candidate was re, o.oiio i.de.l by ttie committee on i , soloi i. -its. Tlie eommiitee of nine teen member had entered Ihelr de 1 1 Ik rations, ne st ,,f them declared, heartily in lav. a ..f expressing them- s. lies tor Kola it M. IJk Follette, Their opinions had been changed af ter th, hi l herd addresses bv Pin ch,. t and Fo klor an, I alter the rcso lu.loim which w.re prepared bir Hoiis.-r snd pin. hot were described by th, lornier national forester as the bet way ..I a. li lining Senator I-a -Follette s interests. It was reported lo the c.i, I. r. nee just nfter jM-nator Works had mole hu address, urging the o legate to follow the exsmpl ni Ca'ifortu.i and to centralis their campaigning for on man. "Colonel Itoosevelt should declare, himself," he aald. "both as to hia ean didaey and as to Ills stand on th principles that ar accepted as pro gressive. If this movement attempts to cnter iUwU a.rou&tl It SfluvUUI