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ALJBU QU EBQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXIII, No. 5. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1012, It) .Mull, 50 IVnlrt u .Month; Mnjfle Copies S IVlll-t. Ily Currier, HQ 'y a '""'' PRESIDENT TAFT OFFICIALLY PROCLAIM NEW MEXICO STAR (N THE FLAG RECEIVES ELECTION CERTIFICATE FROM NEW MEXICO DELEGATION HEADED BY REPRESENTATIVES Finale of Half Century Statehood Battle Comes at Ten o'clock This Morning When Executive's Autograph is Attached to Document Which Admits New State; People of New Mex ico Expected to Properly Celebrate Passing of Last Obsta cle to Self Government; Executive Committee On Inaugur ation Meets Today and Will Set January 15 As Date For Ceremony. At in o'clock this morning President William H. Tuft will attach his signature to the document which finally admit New Mexico as a state of the American union. With the affixing of this executive auto Kra;ih the h;i 1 f century fluhl for citizenship will he definitely ended and hemeforth the late of New Mexico tests in the hands of her own citizens. The issuance of the presidential proclamation this morning places "finis" after the program mapped out liy congress lor New Mexico In nisunilns the rights of "-late government. For the first time we shull really have statehood today ami today is the day that New Mexico should celebrate. The Mnrnin Journal nines the pie of all New Mexico to turn out today and let loose their enthusiasm. The final obstacle has been removed and with the Hwearinu in of the state of ficials ami the formal inauguration of Governor 'William ". McDonald, New Mexico will at once take up the burdens and privileges of autonomy. Tne culmination of tlx.- flylit which comes today, has been cBi'ncd by the life work of counties of the best citizens of New Mexico for two Kcnerations, and It Is worth while celebrating. Whoop 'er up today for the sovereign state of New Mexico and the now star in the flan'. ll TTION III Tl ltNS II AX II :i TO I'IM1'KNT IY CI KUY The Murninn Journal Kurenu, 514 Munscy liuildinn, Washington, I . '., January 4. President Tuft today received the eel tiMcato of election trinii .New Mex ico and tomorrow at 10 a. m. nc win bIkii tile proclamation which formally admits New .Mexico as u l"ull-lledod state, of the union. Shortly bt fore noon the president was notilicj that (.coikc furry, representative-elect ill connress from New Mexico, was waiting In -' ante loom of the executive office bearins the report of the New Mexico can vassing board. Assistant Secretary Korster escorted Captain Curry In, accompanied ly I tepresciitat I vc-elool Jlarvey I!. I-Vruusson, Delegate William H. Andrews, A. !!. McC.arfey of Albu querque, A. S. Itiimland of Albuquer que, district forester of the lulled Suites forestry service, W. W. Lltiott of Dexter, N. M., and several on... Mexicans, resident In WasninK- w toll. The certificate of election was lianib over , to the president who read It carefully. He then slated that he v Mr. lion. vould ask the secretary if state,. Knox, to draw up the proclania nnd invited those present to re turn at ten o'clock tomorrow morning; t0 witness bis simiature to Hie .pica-i inellt New which is to officially dei late j Mexico .'. slate. Deb Kate An- drevvs requested the president to b.ivei prepared a copy of the declaration to. be pit .i,,.il in the Santa museum. which the president WOUM be pleased to do The final . hopwr in lidniillimr the new Stat, declared h. the program has a if I a j Incurrence f lively Intel de'tinies of New Mexico capital. st in the! about tli Tl he tl replc-ellta t i -s in oimress been the recipients latulations from old less where both u Ve much Interest is In. In ..me of the senator:. ie new state. f nillnel'.'ll friends in well known ate, I 111 till I campaign 'II nr.. out In l U . MIXTION Pltoll F.I S Wil l. tK ( 1 II IM AI'.V l". S'vlil li-.t.h to the Morninit Journal. S.nta Fe. N. .M.. Jar.. 4. Tin-ex.-intiv,. committ "ii th'' ina iir.ora -li. n of C,ovei'i.or-eect W. '. M' -!..n..M Kill meet at 3 p. m. ..i.,oirow to niak,. final arrangements for the r. nioiiv and it is mull istood thai Mondi.v. Janua.y 1.".. will be an lolii,co, ..s the date l'r the f.. I ma! illiltl. 'til. ..I the I.eW -late executive in:.. Lie off:. ,-. liicsit-o Wain. I. iimm ratic 4 oineiitimi Chi, J.i II. 1. ' We ve f"l th- ni"iev, ie . tl,, c.i. .-ill ion." is the I ' !-- .1. that Mill lie tarried t.. the ln..t:ii ..f i:,. d. inn. r. l a In, ! !' a! . II. Illltli e II... IIHU 111 U iMhlllttoll I'll Milk In tile I'll" IK" I. "II part! -to i. , hi i.,. . n O'--e j 'Mm ..leniilif ple-U.tl V i- s.ll'l l' I'' I '.. l. : III,.! b I ..! I I " f'LMuCRATS TO DRAFT f.E.V ST EL Sf.HElj: LE I I "I. J .1. 4 I I ' .!. 1 ' ' ' I I f 1 I I j I .1 l I I ' I ' I I.. ( t 'i. . I I n,. 1 1 . i ' t 1 I ' - i ' ' . w ,. i. , . . f i Hi ttvll TODAY WILL slder the draft of a hill' prepared bv a sub-cnmmluee. 'I tie ..iti-ciimmiitcc' bill provides for free iron ore and u general reduction from thirty t(( lifty per cent on oil steel and iron pro ducts. The bill would add to the free list carpenters' tools and other ordin ary articles in common use. The HUb-coinmittee. composed of Representative Dlekson of Louisiana 1'aliner of Pennsylvania and Hull of Alabama, agreed today on the ten tative draft of the measure. Chairman I'nderwood Immediately called a meeting of the democratic members to consider the bill and it 's probable that it will be ready for in troduction In the bouse next week. The caucus on the tariff legislative' program has been postpone,! and ,t is probable that there w ill be nolle un til the Wool schedule in ready., F PRESIDENT AND NOTED I MEN TO ATTEND RITES Eody of Famous Sea Wan tor j to Rest With Comiades in' Arms in National Ceireteiy; at Arlington, i MILITARY UNERAL FOR ADMIRAL NS H MornlnK J.inrn:l KciMl l.e:til H ir. i W,i"liim;ii.n. Jan. 4 With fid!1 military pimp-and liimr. ml thai is, li, total of II ar-Admiral l:..blev D i:vans w ill I laid to lest I-,11 1 . 1 1 t in ArliiU'ti'ii Naiuoial cfimterv. Tin ' funeral seiviics. de-pile tile plesele. i it di-t :liK nsl e, H'H rillu.-lll i.tl iciab. I ottleir- i't II"' allnv and liav. lin-lo-j ..-r if .oii-'iess and ef t'o- l i ploma I a- ' corps, will be si-.. pie in t!i- etr.-.ii Th,. I!"V. I ' !. I! I'll e v. ill official, j luirini; th- s. i , - in AM Soi.l's, frilarian .biilch to- b'l..lic old I'.ilil lice 1- bi M Ml I M -d. IT- -i- j lb-lit T; !t. Admiral lew., en I l -j la rs i f the pr. Sld. ll' .- nil' : f 'll'll will ...c-j.v s.-at in tl . f lh ediiii e and th.- ii'i'.t ir: . "it v. .11 j I, , p b.o k t o. . oro.ii'. i The . I in. I In !. r i t l-e .-"I . i I'll iii t'o lii. i. h !: I, it. I I" V I "li. l-'O - I'" tl I l "ll trull I lis'-'.n. ; li, .. .lie d I. a -lii.-tl , ; , . I t . t ..I I II. I It" O. tl i ' I t l,i I !. .,-HI", II,-- I la ... I I I I. t "I d- ! . II. II .,!,. I ..I I'- .. V'l'e.l -I h'.HII A t-' . ..I.I eld I I. ! I. Co Me I I I,.. I,, I ' I i J .1 I" II" . "e I. I X II. ..- I'll- I'l I I.I I o.P I ... i t I I I .1 j, - i li, l , i ;. , i i, I,, ... , ii ! I .i I,, . .tl, I .. . I I . !- .1 , , a I.,. ., .. ' fl . ltd f ( A I 1 I ' '1 ' ' ' I I i . I, I. l m .0 - i NEW MEXICO STATE PRISON SCENE OF SERIOUS BLAZE FIRE BUGS BLAMED FOR BURNING OF STABLES Convicts Assist in Work of Res cuing Horses and Are Well Behaved During Excitement; Loss $3,000. ISpeelid 111. natch to I lie Murium .luiirnall Santa I'V, N. M.. Jan. 4. Kire at 11 o'clock this motniiiK completely destroyed the extensive stables of the New Mexico penitentiary lure. The flames were discovered in one of the Rii.lrds on the wall and the alarm Im mediately turned hi, but despite the most strenuous efforts of the prison authorities, loyally aided by a detach ment of convicts the entire huildillK was Rutted with a loss of some $:t,nnn, half of which Is covered by insur a nee. .Most of tin' horses were ullt tit work when the fire occurred, but those in the stable were taken out unhurt by the convict lire lighters. A larxe quantity of hay and other fodder together with considerable harness and equipment was deslrov. ed. The cause of tile lire is a mys tery, but Assistant Superintendent It. C (iarrett Inclines to the theory that It was of Incendiary origin. The convicts wen- well l.ehavec, duriiiK the excitement incident to the fire and none of them made any ut- t"inpt to escape. IMoit to Sol tic l.ntlt-b Strike, Manchester, Finland, Jan. 4. Sir Cleorjse Askwith, representhiK the ftoverhmeiit has not yet been success ful in brhmiiiK about a set! lenient of the trouble between the employers and the cotton mill operatives at 1 ancashire. The lockout affects ."iil.iuiu employ es and several conferences have been held. CONVICT CLERK MAKES COMPLETE CONFESSION Reveals Hiding Place of Miss ing Records and Implicates Other Prisoners in Plot to Cover Shortage, Sprlal lliiipttteh to llir Inrnlng Juraal. Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 4 W. Kuulks, the convict clerk In chaiKe of a portion of the prison records, this 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 i k made a complete con fession uinl revealed the hidiiit: place of file mission convicts' individual ac count book, the disiippearan it which fa lived a small-sized sensation In Santa Fe yesterday. Aciordinu to the story, as told by Foulks, he concealed the hook to hide a shoifaut In his accounts. Theshi.ri hkc. however, has not as yet been ex actly located, hilt It Is believed to ex ist In the receipts from the sab- of the small trinkets which are made by the ( urn ids and sold to visitors. The Jl.:'iia covered by the convicts' Individual account ledm-r Is intai I in the haul; and it is not believed Hint Foulks succeeded 1n making away witli any money from this source. Foulks, in his confession. Implicates at bast two other convicts, bet the name- of these men are withlo-'d bv the authorities petidlna an inv. ti-a-tioii of the truth of the narrative ; dl by the clerk. It Is believed that the slu.rtaKe, when Its full extent l dis covered, will be found to ami. out to les than !'". Jest bow Foulks K"t away with the el, ii he ditl wet away with it. Is mil revealed, but the theory of the prison a ill hoi'itiis is that he managed it bv putting a Kr.ai. r amount n the credit Slips of the . ..livid III Hlei iill- spiracv than tin v were Justly entitled to, and that these men had entered into an acneminl with the cb-ik to divide Willi hmi when he ii-.tined his liberie which he expected to do within a shoit time. Alilioueh seiit- in ed It. strve three years for niak inii awa with tin- luiids of ll,,- He idi National bank. Foolks expo led l i be roh-as.il af the -ml ol a veat .a a . Mldo ll from I'l cub-lif T-itt. mi ,i" :tion !! w hit ii was pelidin w lo ll th- iuevjol.'i dies in his a.-oiioi - mr. disciivel ed. I i.lllks ha- hi ll .1 d t to in bl- i .islll if trestv and is at fire. Ill 10 . I..-. ..i.i hi. no nt. It l" iik. : t' it ll. w l I.. -.1 I" V'l. IS W'c.llIU s I nd I,, I In lank '..ltd v. h. II hi. ,i-l."d "I . Hi I in. lo. Ill l .,,.!, 'lid lb.il b. iM , t ' .,, ! pi, I ii II I. I ii,, i i. d III id" i, . ,,o id. i. .1 . . i i,.r ii,. .1 I,! la . ,. li t I ' . I li.O i ...ii i .,,. .1 ..t I,,. . ;,..i" .0.1, I I ..I II. I. h f ill'. PENITENTIARY BOOK RIDDEN TO CONCEAL EMBEZZLEMENT ALDRICH MONETARY PLAN DESIGNED TO IT com ILL STREET Report of Commission Goes to Congress Tuesday; Gives New York Bankers Small Representation, SOUTH AND FAR WEST WELL TAKEN CARE OF Believed Dominance of Any Single Group of Men is Ren dered Impossible By Restric tions Imposed. !r M.irnlnc Journnl Hi ll I 'd tVlra l Washlnton. Jan. 4. The mone tary commission's plan for a national reserve association when it noes to eonsress on Tuesday, will provide for nn oiunnlzatlon so constituted that the financial institutions of New York will control less than three per cent of ttie total representation in the cen tral as-oclallon, nlthouxh they pos sess fully thirty per lent of the bank llif,' capital. This will he done to kiiuiiI attains! so-called Wall street control of the proposed Institution which would sup olanl lareelv the I'nited States tTens- ! iii-i- at.,1 .tt.i-fi.rni flit function of n national fiscal audit. The south, with about ten per cent of the bankim; resources of the coun try, will control 23 per cent of the representation In the reserve associa tion. New Knghmil with 12 per cent of the hankliiK capital, would have H per cent; the middle west with 2.r per cent of the hnnkinn: caoltal will have 3(1 per cent iind the far western and l'acllic states with about 1 J per cent of tin banklUK capital, will control approximately 2T per cent. liy prescril'iiu silch a method of orRIinl.ntlon, if Is expected to remove completely the posslbllltv of the re serve association from any slnKlc urnup of men. x Fifteen branch associations will he provided for one hi New F.nulnud, two In the eastern states mid four In the south, four In the middle west and four In the far west. To control the reserve association It would be nefessary to control n majority of the branches. This Is considered Impos sible. It has been proposed that owner ship of hank stock by other banks be prohibited and that a bunk of the association be forbidden to own slocks in another bank. If Is proposed also that when n l.iink acquires stock control In anoth er bank It be prohibited from vntliiK Hint stock In the main orKanlzallon. The commission, however, has fail ed to siiKKest any provision that would be impossible of evasion. Solic itor Ceneral l.ehmann. who con ferred with the i oinmission at the request of President Taft was of the opinion that such a provision would i res in so many difficulties that it would detract from the ueneral plan. Secretary McVeiiKh publicly declar ed In favor of sin h a provision. Chairman Ahlrich has asked Mr. McVeiitth to suuuest one. Today Mr. .Mm Vmuli wrote Chair man Ahlrich Hint he llu.ivhl It was of ureal importance that the commis sion plan i.r reform should include the prohibition aualnst one hank bobllnc stock In another, directly or indirectly. He said he had I n ev- IreiiuU l-usy ami b "l not had time to iranie his Ideas Into a provision of law as requested bv the commission ''The truth Is.'' the secretary added. "I am not in the s.iltil of wiitum monetary laws as you are and mini would be but an apprentice hand nny wsv " THE DAY IN CONGRESS. I hi: hh m-:. Wiishiiint,,,!. Jan. 4 - Met at noon. Wiley liuestiKat-nu i ollllll 1 1 1 in executive scsbui considered lis re poll ivlii'li will be mad,, public iii n few da vs. H. W. KllU'lt "I Clen l I. tt'lllill lied testimony b !"! foreicii atlalrs committer, urmoK inlei iiiiiIoiimi pro 1, i lion ot seals. Wavs slid Means . ..iniiilt lie i "H sub red ar s h.. use loiumitti i vt car,' ics. Passed si riat- ' ill plto idiot; that en nil Jii.Ik. s mi "li ll ml 'I'Ult of apt, sis. Siili-eollimiit ' vVs and o.ial.' Htitei'd on ("11 iid.'ini! lion and (linos in pit.i'i mil! la- 'v tH'tu 3H t.. : II per . !.' Adjoin II. .1 .! i 11 P io . Til ll I ' l"l i.Ihv . I III l N M I . i ,11 ScS-l"!! I' i' '"- ' I',..!.,!!. . ... OlMI.e . ,.!.! II,'.' .1 I RE ht.ir iat. .to f..l - P'l I I"" ' 1 . I, II I It - k ll' llii"!" d I I 'I I-. ,'li I.I...I ' I ' ll rtlid Ff'"!' f. I. ,1 I I..' ' tl'eil l.'f o .l".l ll' r. p, H : I...I ii . I llfl t'lel. ( Ill ll.tll.l t.lrt t'l .' ' s.itt!'. v. " of e,'l i o-. (. I -. l.i tl ' in ! ' ' ' ' ' al.'l ' ' .; ... i ... d si i" ..' ' I ... t M I- 1 DENIES ROOSEVELT IS OR FOE OF TAFT Dr. Abbott, Owner of Outlook, Declares Associate Editor is Busily Discouraging Boom For Presidency, REVIEWS COLONEL'S POLITICAL ACTIVITIES Has Always Willingly Given Aid and Comfort to Man He Did So Much to Place m White House as His Successor, (ll.r lornlns Jnumsl Hiiri-lal I.eitMd Vlr.1 ornwall-on-lludson, N. v.. Jan. 4.: Colonel Theodore Koosevclt Is not s I candidate for pre-ddi'iit. accordlnu loj Lawrence F. Abbott, president of the I Outlook company of New- York, w lthi .whom Mr, Uoosevelt Is actively as sociated. This stateini nt Is made today In the Local press, a weekly newspaper pub lished here, the home of Mr. Abbott. I The statement was IiI'oukIH out, so 'the editor of the Loral Press 'suys, j when he asked Mr. Abbott whether M r. Hooscvclt Is a camlidate. j "You must understand, to begin i w ith," Mr. Abbott say In what la i termed a disinterested stuleineni, "that whatever 1 say In answer to your question, 1 say solely on my own re sponsibility, and w it bout any consul tation with Mr, Hooscvclt. "You ask me whether Mr. Itoos velt Is a candidate for the presidency. I answer no. He Is mil a candidate: he does not desire to lie a candidate, he has (liscouraKi'd and Is dlwouran Inif In every porslble way all talk of lils candidacy; and he will tuke no active share of any kind In the con tests of various i andldates--contests which are always 111 evidence for two lor three months )tecedlnB any na tional convention."' i Mr. Abbott then rri lews Mr. I loose velt'e conneqlioti with nMtonal poll tics durliif the last three years "In order to understand Ihu present po litical situation wit li roKiird to the presidential Humiliation next Hum mer." He then tells how Mr. Koosevclt de clined the republican nomination In 1 litis "w hich he very easily could have had." and how Mr. Tail's nomination and election wile hrouxht about. "Ills ( lloosevelt's) political experi ences contributed so larKely In the successful result of the election that his critics have said that he alone nominated and elected Tail." Mr. Abbott continues: "rnfortun alelv some of Mr. Tail's advisors look this mistaken view of the case and urued him to separate himself so thoiounhly from any Koosevclt ussu elatlons Hint Ills administration could create its own policies and that thus he mlulit be le-nomlnafed and re elected In ID 12 on his own Individual merits without any taint of Itnosevclt Ism.' " Mr. Koosi veil never has failed, Mr. jfhliotl declares, to n -pond quickly and cordially In the slightest wish ex pressed by Mi. Tuft for his company or his views, and he Instances the privale inn rview at New Haven ilur iim the autumn of l!Ha, between Mr. Taft and Mr. Koosevclt. That ineit tiu;, he says, it iiiifortiiiialelv has been .iniHiiiii. t tl. was v,, unlit by Mr. Hoosc vclt lor the purpose of uotlltm Some help Iii his conn st w ith the 'old una I'd" of Hie stale He adds: "The facts are--n ml 1 have learned them not from Mr. Koosevclt, but ft. .in a friend of Mr. Tnlt who knew all Ihu circumstances - Unit Mr. Taft sent word In Mr. Koosevclt nsVIn him lo come In order thai he (Mr. 'fall I llliKtlt Pet the h.'lielil of Ml. KmiscviU s advice reu.iriliiiK the -crl-t.lis split ill the liallolial affair of the repobli, an party which resulted from tile ll-iht of the plnuressives nK'llllSl lite si. -called Citnnoiilslo.' '' Mr Al.lioll il, -I lured that whatever Mr KooseXell does or S.I V s Will be interpreted by ..i fit les lo his ilis- .idvHiitaue and he instance nn article nt Mr House i ll s on the trust ques tion, published several weeks mill, It paldl' atloli was In Id by some, Mr. All I, ,.11 stiva. It, bt an indication that Mr K'l.ist veil was s. t kiiiit the pri-sldem Slid lb.it the ap i ai.m. of th. rtble e i- s.. tmi.'l bv bill, ill Just the p-v -cliobn-'b l iiiomeiii In pritilin e the U'l ' .11, SI I If.M I. ! tli.r vva- a f i p..llti..l nslute- its i, pp.al him '. sa"l Mr. AO !,.", I, I ko .1 I lull. W b I ix. d I I" . I.. On- ,tliiors iii , silK.'estt-d the art -tl.tii fur its pulih- i.ni.ii ., n,i 1 1 Mi i : ,11 , v. I i. .1 i l-d .r-I...I CANDIDATE idiot I.. Ml. AO . ,,( I i I,. . am. he !!., I .. . . I, nt I.. ..use lb' an .!. ii. ot i l ' "l in a iti ! Im- i l w at. Is ,- tltHM. Ill III I. I I;.,' l.r IU.iii.i I, mi,i. I ll. II v K' ,i. Sin. I ,. .tl, Ii ..'" I ,1. I,,, tl ..i w . I! M I I i ."! -I I ,11 .!' , i, c i.t DEMOCRATS TO CAUCUS ON COMMITTEE VACANCIES Washington, Jan. 4. The first cau cus of the house deiiioelals will lie held Saturday to consider nominations to fill vacant!,'!, on committees ami the proposal to make democratic caucui.es public sessions Instead ol secret meelnjis. Kepresentatlve I'.ni lestm, chairman of the caucus, issued the call today, after the democratic members of the ways and means committee met and framed a slate for the committee va cancies. The list w III be announced after caucus approval. The special committee appointed last summer to report on the advisa bility of a,i open caucus, It Is under stood, will lecom mend that all reso lutions and ileliulte action taken be made public, hut that the caucuses should not lie open to the press a proposed. EDITOR TO COMMAND KENTUCKY COLONELS Louisville, Ixv., Jan. f. -- ('..loll. I William I '.. Haldeman. a well-known iicwsp.iper tditor and 1 1 1 1 .1 li.r ... I'.ruee llaldemaii, president of the American Newspaper association, was today appointed adjutant ucneral o! Kentucky by Cov i i nor M. creary. Cob in I 1 la Idelllll li. a conl'edel'alc v etei an am! former com ma n.ler of the local millila I'i'hIiiii'IU, lias incepted the post for six months or until Hie annual summer ciicaiu.iuenl of lb Kentucky Kuards l ormci' tiiiiil'lliii1 of l ollldaoa Head. Tliibadanx, La., Jan. 4 ilelicnil Francis TIIIoii Nh holls, former no ernor of Louisiana, who was credited with putlliiH lo an end the Louisiana lottery, died here loniuhl. He was n lil'iK'lillel n tl 1 1 I 0 I III the eonletlerate army. LAW NOT PERFECT SAYS LAFOLLETTE PROGRESSIVE LEADER FIGHTS OFF SICKNESS Opposes Democratic Doctrine of Free Trade But Would Have Protection Only For In terest of Laboring Man, H.v Miirnlnr Journal lielat l.aa4 Wlra. Peoria, III., Jan. 4. Senator Hub ert M I .a Collet to and party reached this city this alternoii one hour b llllld schedule. The day s Journey hcunn at .loliet ami addresses were made at Morris, Ktreator, Ollawii, IjiSalle and SpiliiK Valley. Larue crowds (treele, (!e senator at all these points mid his ii I leannes claim it was the banner da. of the ca mpa lull. Ill the up-state towns Hie tariff came in for a scorinu as did the coi, Kressmell who he ileclnreil were o'k Im; for and seivlHMT the sp eial In teiests. The senator was lirni in 'n bellef that the time has arrived vv In Ii the common people will do away with the old-lime methods of seleclim. political bosses. Moiiopi ly, be declared, his ,let rov ed Icttltiimite liiisiuess and the lack of competition has st:nt prices soariiu. The senator uruort bis hearers to help defeat the old machine, so that 'he Kin tl mil' m can be put Ink m lb. hands of Hie people and lice more be a republic. At ,is ll.ll I. . lore lea. IllUK the Ibealer III Hll- I Ily. S' lial.'l' I .a Collet If Was alia. I.e. I With a -cvelc -pell ol llillisea. Heinle !l :!H P III.. Ili.W- cver be made his aid ai. c and was received will, applause. Senator l.al'i.Mclle took I X' i I II- to slaleliieiits ill Clii. aim iaiels lie L inK him no the Sb.noali ii n I i -1 III"' law was the li t I e "f I U isl.l t lol I I,, ,xi-1clic. lie ("I'l hoW lie had ote, aloellilloellls tn lh.lt law. In sp. ..kma "f Ho- Lii MT S nati.r La I ..II. He said I ,,, i lieve In Hie .1.' rath (den ol . ulHlli: all IlialMll.o Hlli'd al -,,, ,.a lb,, in-.- list. Thai would mean pi... lb allv all ' - malli.- faeliil.'d to Hosts I bcll' V. that tin- t,. 111 si Id be ' pr.il- Hull " I 'll"! and t.. labor ah. in- nod thai It should . u.tv.iu-l bv the .lin.-l. in i s In . onil.ilt.i'- b'-lw. -o lb- I Out; i""1 ,,f tl,i. ...lltlliv all. I lbt.se "f f'.l'l" tiiiiil' i- Tin p. .it. bv tnoi'ii rnw ii" I' i ' f,,r : ioLi.'o .no I till'- ibiwii stale LAi;0H MEN ASKED TO - ft ir. r" rr rrMcr n iivn UL I l-'w.. i . .IL' Mi,-. I.... I in I An ' """ ill I '' I" I ' ' ' '' f, tl-- l. t ' os. ! ill lb. -' - , , 'l,.. I "I ' bl' V", I. a' ,.. ; ,. I In X c I " I. I ' .1' I 1 at".l. ..lot " ' U , a hi ! I ' On' a "i I i - , .1 r.e I., ll-l " .."I ' ' b I,. I "I il'I.K In " ' ' ' - ' " ' " - ' I, w.i. . .it 11 " - i II . I I I' - pit . I" SHERMAN BURG TELLS TAFT 1AT CAUSED THE MEIC E Albuquerque Man Discusses Political Situation in New State at Considerable Length With President, EXECUTIVE INTERESTED IN SAD FATE OF OLD GUARD State Representative Explains Reasons For Blow That Al most Killed Father in White House Conference, The Moinint,' Journal Kim-aii, .'.It Munscy I : ii H , I ' ii k . WushliiKton, 1 1. C, Jan. 4. That President Taft Is devclopliiK a k"en lnt r"-t in the iiolitlcal situation In the new stale of New Mexico as It affects the destinies of the republican party in thai lialllw irk was demon strated lotlay w hen the president had a IciiKthv audience with John Karon Ibiii; of Albuquerque, representative elect 1'1-om Itel'lialllln ,', ill 11 1 V ill the slale I' Kislature. Mr. Hula: called fcv a ppolut incnl on the president m 11 o'clock and weal over the New Alex- bo political situation In detail with the chief executive. Mr. Taft and Secretary Hllles manifested ureal In terest In the interview and fired a fits, illade of questions at Mr. Illll'K. which were freely answered by the Albuquer que man. Mr. Hum explained tn detail the causes which resulted in the re cent overthrow of the old time rtllK In New Mexico who have for so many seals made It appear In WushliiKton that I hey held u life tenure, a, lead pipe cinch on IhlriKS iiolitlcal In New Mexico. Mr. Horn made II plain to the president that the people of Now Mexico demanded that the crowd which recently received Us rebuke nt the pells must simply step down and out anil turn the party leadership over lo men In whom the voters at lurffu h ive oonl idt m e, He also polnud on": lo Mr. Taft the siron probability thai the state would uo democratic In the presidential election mil 'ss party har mony Is restored iiIoiik progressive, lines al once. The iiolitlcal complcx- I f the m vvlv elected state IckisIs- lute was none over carefully mid much Interest w as show n, put Menial ly In the senatorial situation. Thai the president haa a keen in terest In the fate of the party in New Mexico at this lime, with the presiden tial i it n i i inn 1 1 in I ti k on Is siiid to be quite evident. It Is also quite cer tain that all the Information being- se- cured by the pleshh'nt oil the real situation In New Mexico does nut tend to Increase his confidence 111 Messrs Andrews and Luna who have hereto fore assu I to speak with authority about conditions which they were sup posed to dominate. It Is believed that the president Is showliiK a jtrowinn In i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ti to Kit bis working Inloriiiu tlon at present from other authorities. Governor Mills Commutes Sen tence of Condemned Man At tn Supiume Couit Had De clined to Intn fere. pqrt l.tl IU..,.I. It In ll,e M..rnli, ..iiirnal' I s-iiiia I't. N. M . Jan. 4. lioveriior Mills this iiltiinoi.il lominuied to lll llopl is.'lilo. nt the s. nli in e ot death p.l-.-. ll llpoll .C Ixcllllt d.v bv the dis til, t cunt I..I l.iiiia loiintv. Ki-n- lie.lv's ni. ,1 lii nil appeal 111 III" -il It in. cniili last week xxlth the I c- nll lb.it tin s.i l. ii imposed by the . ..ill 1 l. I"W tv .t a I f ll llted. 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