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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1912.
FIVE. MONGOLIA OFFERS REFUGE FOR PEKIN COURT PREPARES FOR NORTHWARD FLIGHT Dr. Sun Yat Sen Breaks Off Negotiations With Imperial Premier; Too Late Declares Wu Ting Fang. Br Dlnralnc Journal Haerial Leased Wire. I'ekin, Jan. 4. The court's prepar ation for residence In Mongolia is be lieved to be only an emerm-noy. There has been a report that a residence of the emperor and the members of the royal family Is being put in order at Zcokehe, Mongolia. Additional treasure to that contri buted to the Kovornment hy the dow nier empress has heen forthcoming from the palace and the empress dowaser has IsFuod an edict addressed to the- princes, ootnniundinK a lot: it from each of them for the imperial cause. This has resulted in further con tributions of a few hundred thousand taels. The foiiKH banks are experiencing difficulty In converting the bars of pi Id into silver. Foreign bank notes are no longer current, silver alone lie in acceptable. Premier Yuan S'hi Kai is being ac cused of double-dealing. It is al leged that he Is attempting the des truction of the Munchus linanclally before conniving at their dethrone ment, but it is thought the revolu tionists are circulating rep rts that Yuan Shi Kal is secretly republican in order to discredit htn. V INVITKlf TtM'O.MK IX ami in: si..i iirn:itf:i) Paris, Jan. 4. Yuan Shi Kai, the Imperial premier declines to go to Shanghai, the Pekin correspondent of the European edition of the New York Herald repi rts, on the ground that the whole burden of the govern ment rests on his shoulders. He suggests that Wu Ting Fang has noth ing else t() do, he should come to Pekin, where he would have a fuller opportunity of airing his views. TIXi FAX CI lll.AMKS MAXC'IH'S 1'Olt MiXC, STIUr T. i Shanghai. Jan. 4. Referring to I rr presentations contained in the lden- Ileal note from the foreign powers.) c ompris ing the I'nited States, Great ' I'.rta n, Japan, Germany, France and Kussia, which was presented by the consuls on December 10, Wu Ting Fang today addressed a note to the r iisuIk explaining the present situ ation, lie si;ys: "The republic, confiding In Tang phao Yi's credentials, continued liiindiy negotiations until they were broken off by the action of the Man chn never ninent. Tang .Shao Yl in. refraining from making counter proposals sail) Iv coalesced in the reasons which .1.1: lili.-t the cstahlish rni rt of a republic In the interests of n painful settlement." Wu Ting Fang expresses surprise find regret at Yuan Shi Kai's long de- lav In agreeing to refer the decision' respecting the form of government to. a national convention. Uevlewlng, recent events, he acciitcs Yuan of try-' lug to render abortive the agreements already signed by Tang Shao Yl, thus jeopardizing all chance of arriving at the substantial peace desired by the powers. "Therefore," continues Secretary Wu, "it Is with extreme regret thai the republican government Is com pelled to sav that the prospects for peace have been wilfully niilltied by thp Manchu government upon whose shoulders will rest full responsibility for a lonjr period of disturbing Inde cision, possibly the resumption of hos tilities." Secretary Wu nsks that his repre sentations be submitted to the respec tive governments. The Identical note from the foreient powers was read to both Ting Shao Yl. the representative of premier Yuan Shi Kal, end to Wu Ting Fang, representing the republicans. The note did not go much further than to express the good will of the govern ments represented and the hope th.it the peace conference would result in bringing the revolution i a clos-. M X YAT llJIKs IMVtt wii.i. :i'T .i.cDsiii:r Ni nking. Jan. 4. President Sun Yat S.n has receive.) a letter lio,:i Yuan f hi Kai. insisting that the en tire people he permitted to do. i.le upon the iorni of k.iv eminent for "hinn and thanking Sun Yut Sen for his offer ef the president y. The first cabinet meeting v. d' be held tomor row. The p. rill :i of premier has been abol shed. President Sun admits that the situ ation is delicate but Is hopeful that Yuan Shi K'i will avoid the terrible bloodshed that must follow the re sumption ( f hostilities. ltlltFIS 1 .4 HIT M U K i HOMIS fir WKtlTIIY C 'IIIXKSK T.endon. Jan. 4. A Ti b n Tsin dis patch to the Kx hangi- Telegraph, company says tin- rebels have.oan-tur.-d litm linw. They looted and l-urn.-.l the residences i iiizi ns and wired th Khanhail. an where th up all trains. of wealthy ira ilw.iv at are holding Mil II K M l MHUNt; l s'hm kiioi in i;v '.a r ami'Mil n.e.in.s of tin I'll. I.I. IS ol Ibe 'b.rn Pal! n I l' vv ill be held II lb. f II, (..'It,.! I I,,, I " V . I... k I M.i lot I V 1 I I 'lb ,.l t lie J , Pi. I i I I . ' BEE FOR COMMITTEES That On Executive Headed By Governor Mills; Adjutant General Brookes to Be Mas ter of Ceremonies, Sperlal Correspondence to Morning Journal! Santa Fe, X. M.. Jan. 4. The com mittees which will have charge of the arrangements and be in charge ol the Inauguration of Uov ernor-elect W. C McDonald, which has been ten tatively set for January 15, were an nounced today. Governor William J. Mills, the last of the territorial ex ecutives, is made chairman of the executive committee, while Adjutant General A. S.'Hrookcs will be master of ceremonies, assisted by the mem bers or his staff. The committees are complete with the exception or that on reception. Those making subscriptions to the inauguration and those who purchase tickets to the inaugural ball will be given places on this committee. The .committees, with their membership, are us fol lows: KxeeuDvi'. Govern. ir William J. Mills, honor ary chairman; Mayor Arthur Selig man, acting chairman; Governor Will iam T. Thornton; Governor M. A. otero: I.. A. Hughes, I'harles l' Kaslcy. ISronsoii M. Cutting, N. I'- Ijiughlin, Paul A. V. Walter Cart wrig bt, Id'. J. A. Massie, W. Armljo. Finance, Arthur Seligman, chairman S. (!. lieorge M. A. Otero, vice chairman; J. H. Vaughn. U. F. Stephi ns, James H. Head, John Plluegor, J. W, Mayes, N. Salmon, Frank Nuding. ArraiigciiieiitM. Itobert P. Frvlen, chairman: J icnb H. Crist, vice chuirman; Marcellno Garcia, A. II. Uenehati, V. . Con nor, Jr., Adolph P. Hill. H. S. Cirl .wrlght, Frank Dclgado, Frank Owca, It. C. Garrett, Celso Lopez, Fred Forn off, J, W. Alters, Dr. F. K. Mera. Decoration. Mrs. Nathan Jaffa, chairman, J. U Seligman. vice chairman, 11. P. Krvicii. Mrs. K. C, Abbott, L. A. Hughes. Miss Muusle, Mrs. M is. Mrs. Mrs. Flunk l.av.ui, Mrs. M. T. Dunlavy, Mrs. A. II. Kenehan, Mrs. Lola Ar mljo. Mrs. A. M, Uergere, Mrs. C. A. Haynes, Mrs. s. . Cartvvrlght, Mrs. G. V. Howard, Mrs. Anita c nupninn, Mr;:. C. C. Catron, Mrs. A. M. I.eeson, Mrs. Ani.'iiB McGillivray, Miss Mugler. Ih-coi'Utlon Men's Committee. A. M. liergere, chuirman, H. i'l. Dot man, A lee chairman; Jose D. Se na, J. A. Dav is, It. F. Asplund, Carl A. rtlshop, A. J. Grlflln, F. T. Hlandy, A. J. Fischer, K. L. Hewett, T. A. lluyden, J. L. Sellgmun. Tress. Cburlcs M. Staulfer. chairman; Kali Green, vice chi.liman: Jacob Wcltmer, F. C. Wilson. K. P. Davies, John K. Staulfer, J. S. Harris. Music. James I.. Seligman, chairman; M. T. Dunlavy, vice chairman; M. A. Stanton, Thomas I'. Delgudo, Dr. J M. Diaz, Henry A la rid, W. A H. J. Crlchton. I loor. F. C. Abbott, chairman; reuiner, vice chairman; I- o Mayer, Carlos Moore, Frank McKane, Harold McGlbboi. John Frvlen, John V. Conway, Thro. Fspe, Kd. Sall'ord, I". A. Lleimu, John X. Zook, Vere lloyle, Halph F.asley, Hubert Stevenson, A. F. Spiegelberg, C. C. Catron, Manuel H. (Hero, J. A. McCarthy, F.dwln F. Coard, F. J. Lavan, Albert Clancy, C. C. Pierce, Al Grimshavv, Hobert , ju(t J. Collins, Paul Doran, Am- mun Dibert. Heficsbliients. Mrs..'. Spitz, chairman; J. Palen. vice chairman; thur Feligmnn, Mrs. X. P.. Mrs. Paul A. F. Walter, Mrs. II. Mrs. Ar I.iuchlln. Mrs. I. Sparks, Mrs. 11. M. Thomas, Mrs. II. S. Kaune, Mrs. C. L. Ilishop, Mrs. William J. Mills. Mrs. C. M. Slanfler, Mrs. John Walker. Men's Kciroliinciil C'ninnillK'e. TV t. ,...,.lt..n ..I... ilii.'l1 ' l"t :ltl .: II. I .,1 . 1. , .Hurt, vice chairman: John W. .Mar.h; Dr. Stanley Small, T. P. Gable. G. j Volncy Howard, K. C. Folk.'. Fiank Andrews, C. W. Fairfield. Dr. J. A. Kollr, Kob. rt P. Frvlen. .M. A. Or'.lz. f Itnili'ouds. II. S. Lutz. W. D. Sha. 11. A. Co. luer. j I Milkier of C cr inoiil. . , Adjutant General A. S. Pro. kes, ns- sisied by staff. , Ciruml Marshal. , Major Frederick Muller. llooolHry I cm pi ion ( .ilnllhlMl'. A. A. Jones, Col. Venecslao Jara iii i do. Governor i.. Ilradford Prince and mayors of all incorporated muni cipalities and presidents of all com mercial bodies in New Mexico, j Kiii'lMHoii Committee. Xatnan Jalla, chairman; II. J. I Pali n. vice chairman: It. It. Ilaiina, K. It. Wright, Charles I'.acon, J, 5. Invert. S. Spit. W. X. Townsend. William Gregg. I. H. Ua(ip, L. H. Vlckroy. Manuel Delgado, C. D. Mlll I -r. T. II. Catron. H. F. Pankey. Thorn Ins Doran. J. 1!. M FIc. A. Staab, C. M i-i.io i, I. ell. J p. Wood. Itev. P.. Z. McCtillough. H. I rti.. I, Sparks, Paul Wunsclimaiin. C. Clot s"n. Fred Lopez. Adolf S. ligioan. Augun: ine D. lgado. G. Mirabal. Cb'.rb s Cun ninghMiu. Jacob Chaves. Cb-of.s Lo in, ro. K. !' Paul. C. L. Pisbop. Angus M. Gilhv ray. P. S. L..u ilzki. l.-o H.'Oili. II c. Yoiii.. J.ike L.vv. r C. A. Wheel. ,11. .1. G. I.I 11111. Wlll- 4. mi Kurrar. Hairy S. 'laiuv. II. 5. K.iniie. Dr. .1 A. Mdl. i, i b.nles ll..vn.s. John J'.oiis. A. J T,n-, J. T. L.i.i.s. I -411.1.1 -S III INI V INK 1 lit 4 ntlllll M. la m r.lliii'b- ti.io.lv ll'.dl.lln. Give II l.i von . bll.tr. II. Kiel lake II vonr . win I. ..! I..I .1 ...hi ...liooK nl. ll i I, . i t - i.l.d nr. il . "UtlJ .lei ..M I ARE NAMED I nd .1.1.1. ml pi... i. is t -I .... Lit .at SUPREME COURT IN'HITGHGOGK SCORES'LEADER OF STRANGElLOUISVILLE ADJOURNMENT TILL TENTH Closing of Yesterday's Session at Santa Fe Marked End of Present Tribunal as at Pres ent Constituted. (Special DlKpatfb the Morning Jourunl.1 Santa Fe, X. M.. Jan. 4. The ad journment today of the New Mexico supreme court marked I he final ses sion of this territorial Uihunnl as at present constituted. Adjournment was taken to January 1(1, when under the constitution the state supreme court Is to convene and mi which date it is understood tliiit the judges elect ed will .ualily. As its last official act. the court rendered opinions in three note worthy cases brought before It on ap peal from the trial courts. In the case of the territory vs. A. C Jvennedy convicted ol murder and sentenc.d to hung, the decision of the lower court was affirmed. The other two opinions were ns fol lows: Coal Compaov Null. Case No. 1.371", and 1 . ;! 7 S : The Caledonian Coal company, appellant, vs. iiocky Cliff Coal Mining company and Steven Ciinavan, appellee. Appeal lr m the district rmm of McKinley County. This case grew mil of an arbitra tion, contract under which appellee claimed that the appellant paid for L'17 acre.s out of the south hall of sec tion eleven, that by an understanding between the railroad company and appellant it was agreed that south line war. a crooked one, so that be tween that line and what would have been the south line, had section elev en been a snuure there were Kb) acres which the appellant did not pay for, and that the coal mined by appellee wax taken from the aria of 103 acres. The court found that appellees bad mined and converted to their own line ;'S,7ti9 tons of coal, lor which ap pellant Is entitled to recover on the basis of twelve and one-half cents a ton royalty. To this extent the form er opinion of the court is modified and the judgment of the court below was affirmed. The opinion is by M. C. Mechem. associate Justice, Chief Justice W. F. Pope, John It. McFle, assoclato justice, and 10. I!. Wright, associate justice concurring. Preston Heck (iranl. Case No. l.i'sii, George W. Stone road, et al., appellees, vs. William P. II. ck, et als. The St. Louis Land and Cattle company, intervener, appel lant. Appeal from the district court of, Sim Miguel county. This suit was originally commenced by certain claimants of a Interest in the Preston Heck Grant lor the pur- la si? of determining the tllie of the various persons claiming interest therein, and obi. lining partition of It. In the year l!i(i:i, A. A. Jones was ap pointed receiver of the grant and Im mediately entered Into possession of a large portion of it. The Preston Grant in the southeast erly quart, r. conl'licls with the Perea Grant to the extent or several thou sand acres. The receiver of the Preston Grant took possession of that portion which conflicted with the Perea grant. Thereafter the St. Louis Land and Cattle company. Intervener and ap pellant, claimed the ownership of the lund through their title to the perea grant. The receiver of the Preston Heck grant was confirmed in iiosses- i sion by the district court of San Mi guel county. The opinion Is a long one reviewing all the facts and evidence In the case. It concludes by saying: "The Intervenor and appellee hold ing by the same act of congress Inso far as their grantr conflict or over lap, have each n "eiual undivided moldy of the hinds within the con flict." "For the reasons given ibe Judg ment of the lower court will be re versed and the cause remanded for further proceedings In accordance with this opinion and it is so or dered." opinion by M. C. Me. Iiem, associ ate Justice, al Judges present eoncur lin. except K. It. Wright and C. J. linherls, associate justices, not partic ipating on account of bt ing absent when the cause vva8 submitted. INDEPENDENT SUES TOBACCO TRUST New Orleans Concern Alleges Conspiracy to Rum Its Bus iness h Violation of Provis ions of the Sherman Lav. IHr Morning Journal Knerlsl l.euM-4 Wire I I Xevv Orleans. Jan. 4 barging violations of the SIl'llOMII allll-tllisl law the Peopb-n Tobacco company of New Orleans Ibis all. riu,i instituted civil action in the I nil.d States dls 'irlct court against the American To l.ae. , company tor dainag'-s and pen alties provided by tin- aiitl-truit law In the sum of I'.Jl. !:.:. " The petition Stales that 111 IH3 the Ainrian . ohipi.iiv niispir. d to 1 r. - 'jure the People's eompaliv along with nl u-r nob . ml. me and ih.it It r - n.ll. d 111 a M.a.U .1. lean- ill bus! In ol I In I v.. pi. The tlfm l io "I l"'l 'I ill l.'.nH I . a lit ., I..I b li.l' ll. I il, I'lliunt lall Inn. . HIi knot. i.h,IHol,, I -o 4 I b. till din I,, I I.. I " ,1 I I I ..'I . I .. II In a i .1. Hi. I loll, I l.-r " H 'li tool. I.I I. fo l in ol .-i ii K I.. ADMINISTRATION FOR BLUNDER FINDS FAULT WITH TAFT PEACE PACTS Plan to Permit President to Ap point Commissioners Without! Senate Consent Denounced as Dangerous, nr Morning Juurnsl Siieelni Ceaoed Wire Washington. Jan. 4. Charging that the administration was blundering in to an entangling alliance with Gnat Pritnln, Senator Hitchcock ol Neb raska, on the lloor of the senate to day discussed the proposed arhltru i'a- tion treaty with thai country. H declared the plan to permit the presi dent to appoint commissioners to a high court of arbitration without the consent of the repute was revolt! tlonaiy nnd dangerous. The present proposed treaty, h h! said, would wipe out this nation's time-honored treaty-niakiiiK plan and would result virtually in the mloptlor. of the system practiced by the mon archlal powers. "The president would authorize three commissioners to name and sub mit differences to arbitration without consulting constitutional representa tives (Jf the people of the I'nited Stabs.'' he Insisted. "That Is the legitimate and honest interpretation of this treaty. That is what the Joint high commission Is for. It is the trail In this treaty; it Is a de vice to permit an entanglng alliance by empowering our executive to nego tiate a treaty without restraint from th senate, with Hie government of Great iirlain and In my opinion, Mr. Preside!! It must lead to an entangle ment of the Fnlted States in the for eign policy ol Great llritain. Ill support of this assertion Senator Hitchcock read an extract from a speech by Sir Kdward Grey, secretary of foreign affairs In the house of com mons on March IS, last, when he said: "Hut, supposing il took place, and two of the greatest nations In the world were to make it clear to the whole world that by agreement such as that, that in no circumstances were they going to war again, 1 venture to say that the effect upon the world al large of the example would be one which would bo bound to have ben. -liclnl conseriuenires. It is true that the two nations who did that might still be exposed to an iitlaik from a third nation who had not entered into such agreement. t think It would probably lead to their following It up hy an agreement that they would Join with each other In any case In which one had a quarrel with a third party, by which arbitration was reruseil. "Mr. President that Is very slgnili ennt language," the senator resumed, holillnr the ilni llinclll aloft. "It throws n Hood of light upon thl" proposed transaction pel ween in Fnlted States and Great lirltalu. "At the time these words of Sii Kdward Grey were uttered, the r.ia Hons between Great Britain and Ger man v were strained anil they are strained even today as the World known, nnd the talk of possible war between Great P.rltaln and Germany Is almost constant in both those coun tries. When therefore. Sir Kdward Grey referred to the possibility of a war with n third power which refused arbitration, it is hard to escape the conclusion that he referred to Ger man., una li is ease to see why under such a condition he wont nestle to follow up the pend.ng treaty by an .,...,...,,..,, I ..ill, the I'nited States to u.'v....... " .... i " loin Great Hrilaln In her quarrel II Germany refused arbitral loll. "I urn oimoseil to the treaty In its present form because it may lead and was Intended bv tir.at lliilain. to lead, to un entangling alliance which Is contrary to the settled polic y of the Fnlted Slates." Mr. Hitchcock R"ld he was aware that the proposed treaty was defended on the ground that even If the Joint high commission were entrusted with the power of its Interpretation, the senate could override the interpreta tion and repudiate the action of the commission by refusing Its consent t" the terms of the arbitration. "In other words.'' he continued, "there people say that even after the commission has decided that a ques tion shall be arbitrated It will still b necessary l have an agreement be tween the two countries as to del ails of arbitration, and to this agreement the senate must n the time consent. These apologists of the treaty sav that the senate vil have the constitutions, power to refuse Its consent to the agreement and thus block the pro ceedings or that it enn so modify the terms of the agreement as .. make the arbitration a farce. Mr. pre-l-Ont. I do not think that a rrlf-res pecting country would enter Into an agreement of this sort with th" men tal reservation that it c. u!d nullify l at nnv time. TAFT INTERESTED IN HIGH COST OF LIVING Washington. Jan, 4. I'r- son Tafl inni a k the ai -.islam .- .0 .'"!' grcss In sol ing lb,, niiestn.n ,.l I high cost ..I living thri'inii b--i"'.'i authorization lor Die I'nit. i .-...I- l" parlleipat.' i- : world w I.le O'l-I' . - j II' ,,li I III - llbje.'t. I Ibe I I.-, .lit pi.. nils .1 IM..I.' I rv III u I nl.. I of Yah- I,. Hi. ill. I I I lip 11:. II. .11. I Ol I V klllM I I'M I - ;ilu;H j. i -atlsfai ll. II ' '-. I'"' l.lw.i-4 .(.. Ibe Wolk. I T .-In ll. il I'n III. II. . a v s I h i i I ',.j. v ,,ll..i I'll s Villi I'l'i-I i..'l f.nlloi. i.i I I. mini I. "I, l In I llotn III, I,- . I .11 ,1 .-III .. li ol I'' I I lil' ... ,,. . 'I I li ' -I ' I l ,,,.! I .. ii i In 1 1 i I. .ii .... I 'I 11,.. . , ' I III , I nil- I I ! .-I . ' I ,.,,,. I , ... . -J. II " I-. I! .1 1 CULT TELLS STORY BEFORE COURT Denies Complicity in Abduction of Philadelphia Heir; Boy Disappears For the Second Time, Hy Mi.rnlllK .Imlrlnil Nw lul I euaril V Irr.l Chicago. .Ian. 4. A sei d disap pearance of William l.indscy, l'-' years old. and loir to a Philadelphia uncle's fortune, the appearance on the witm ss stand of a cull lcidei and the Introduction of testimony controverting the hitlers' assertion that the boy and Ills mother held places in the cult dlllerenl from oin cr members, were features of today's hearing in the juvenile court, involv -liiK the ' Lev. 1 u." Ottoman '.ar Ad usht Danish, head of the Maiedaznaii cult here. The proceedings are the outgrowth In the uncle's attempt to remove the boy from Hie cult's "temple" here, vhere he was living and where, vvidi his mother, he was receiving "Ireiit iiienl," In accordance with Die M.ir. danan belief. Attorney Oscar Hrechcr, to whom the boy has been eliirnsted by Die court reported that an abduction plot hud made It impossible for him to keep his promise to have the buy present. Danish denied knowledge of the whereabouts of Die buy nl Ills moth er, declared he was of royal descent, that lie was known by Die term 'muster" to his follower, said be be came a doctor at a Chicago medical school and war characterized reverend bs his own society. He told of trips : bout to-' e 1 1 iy Willi Die Lindsay boy at Die mother's expense, told ol visiting Mrs. Lindsay at her New York apartments and denied tb.it any Improprieties look place at Hie temple. Mrs. Alm.i lleaklrl of New York, siMor of Mrs. Lindsay, said that her sister had told her Dr. Nanish was considered the reincarnation ol Christ. She also ilescrlbes mystic riles of adoration before pictures "1 Christ nnd ,'lanlsh, by Mrs. Lindsay and tbe boy. .Mis, Lindsay, she said, told her Danish sold she ivns a princess of France and that the boy wiw Die iost prplian of l.ouis XVI." Mrs. Azcnlh Cochran of Nov York, a friend of Mrs. Llndiiiy, said Die lat ter li.nl tel. I Iter of the discovery of Christ 111 Danish and gave us proof i'ie statement that ihe cult leader "told her all about h.-rself." t wi :. Dig Matinee progianiH Inni, That Chicafio Woman Accused of Killing Husband Was Un faithful Wife is Testimony In troduced By Prosecution, ll Mi.rntni .laiirniil Hierlnl l.e.iaeil Wire I Chicago, Jan. 4. Mrs. liene II. Morn w, 'r ?. preliminary hearing In municipal court today, heard her as sertions that there was no oilier mill in the case In lurnlsh a solution ol Die murder of her husband several days ago tin t Iy denied by a witness whom the police produced as Die "other man" himself. Harry Gllmore, an iiulomol.il salesman, who roomed at the Mol lovv home, cnnllriiie.l testimony pre vl. tisly offered that Morrow had not injoyed equal rights with his wll- In the home, and added that he had us urped th,. decedent's rights as a hus band. Mrs. Morrow, who is . barged with murdering her husband, wept hysterically at this testimony. Morrow, patenter of several devb -', was twenty years older than his .1-v.ar-.dd wile, lie was f. mid. shot Dir. ugh the brain and the In-art, on the rear pordi id his home A e. r.uiei s physician declared In ollld in. I have bred both sbnls Mild .HI i x.iminaDoii of Die body today, aft. r it bad been exhumed at the dire. II. ni of Die i rl. showed Dial either wound probably Would have be.il in slantly fatal. Wl(ri.sis t. -tilled tnil.iv Dial Mrs. Morrow and In r husband were qiiai -niing In Do u aparliin ills. Dial t v. " shuts wer- heard ""d ""' I'-''1' '" Morn ,ip..rtiii.iits was extinguish ed. The next morning the f'of.'ii I""1' v.as found be Mrs. Morrow s maid. Mrs. Morrow, who is u writer cinl nn-iiiler of prominent iluns. i--ePiim. ,1 knowledge of the .b alb. said Morrow had threaten' l suliid '. as sefle.l that ll" hl b' el. a l"v" I and l.lillll III V- If' and " b tbe poll, e Dl. I.. si time ' be bad se. n her hlisl,...'t w.. at 7 " . I'.' k tb- I.I-D1 '"!''' ' h' Oalh. ' T'.d.nV I. -iiio.'iiv wis Do- ni-l "I I,,, a. i ils.ili'.ll of lllb'bilt' pr'.'IU'-' '' l.v Die p.. b " Maids and I in i" ' ,),, ,M,.. v in. Use Led "I Hie qoar ,, -. ll,, ri oC ali'l ,'lli' t II" "' nl'. A rid id i . Mrs. M 'l t..w "i on laiil.f "I be., I ll.k. , ..I,.,.. II I It ,l I, -llll!Ot. III II" ,. . II I I. .1 M "I I " vv a , . . . . ii I lie ' ma ' . .. I.. I ,. I, ..,!-' . b '-I " I i. In Mil i i r OTHER IN IN CASE CONFRONTS MRS MORROW SCENE OF COSTLY BLAZE Four Hundred Thousand Dollar Loss in Business District; Cincinnati Newspaper Office Scorched. llv M.trnlnc Jm.rnul Hiietiiit I.enMe.1 Wlre.l l,nuisv ille, Ivv , Jan. 4. --Four hun dred Ihourund dollars Is the estimated loss caused by a lire tonight that de stroved three wearing apparel estab lishments, damaged the Dubinin li ano conipiiuy's sture and slightly dam aged Die Coiiiier-.lourii.il building. At midnight the blaze was under control. Cl lV VII M SI- l'l ll III I'M F HWU.Y SCDKCIII.n. Cincinnati, Jan. 4. Fire which started on the fourth Door of the Commercial Tribune building toiil ;hl, caused iiinsldi table damage. Quick work prevented an ugly file in the center of Cincinnati's business dis trict. Work on tomorrow's edition of the newspaper was su-pended for two hours, owing to the flooding of all de part merits. The lire started In the llriunvviirt nnd Droikholf Printing company building. The loss is estimated at J'.'fi, (liil. i lltl Ml IMHIIi IN 4 HII I. IH Itlllt r.. Mierdccn. S. I. .Ian. Fire which broke out at HI: HO o'clock lasl nlgnt, partly deMroyed one of the business blocks, the loss reaching nearly $HH. (inn. The lire broke oil! Ill the I'oullot building over a saloon. A bei:vy north west wind and the thermometer 20 d.-gt s below zero, made Die work of the liremen extremely hard. 'I be llames were iiiub r control at 1 o'clock this morning. WCIKNT 4 lit lit II I'I'IIK - VIPFI Ol T HY I'LAMI-S. It.lleville. 111.. Jan. 4. -St. Peter's cathedral, one i.r the oldest fatholl. cdlllos III southern Illinois, was de stroyed by lire tonight. Lms estimat ed at Jir.O.ll'll'. E Globe Officer Who Slew Ob streperous Slavonian Barten der Set Free After Investiga tion By Coroner. Illy M'iriillil .Inurnal hueelul l.esne.l Wire I Globe, Ari'... Jan. 4.- Shciill Thnmpsnn or Gila, war Indicted to.lav for the murder of Mike Ju.irasHov b h, a Slavonian bin tender, two weeks ago Thompson at once resigned his oliu e and I'epnly Frank Haves was named lis bis successor by Die supervisors. At Die coroner's Inquest which ex onerated Thompson, it was ihowri that Juuraroovioh resisted arrest anil rind at the shiiilf. who shot In self dcf. use. SEES CHANCE FOR Chaiiman Mack Opposed to Presidential Primary Oil Ground of Almost Prohibit ivo : Cost of Experiment. (Hr Mornlns Jniirfil S.r li,l I enaed Vlr I Wasbiiigton, Jan. 4 - Norman I-:. .M.nk. .hall man ol Die ileum, rath jlialii lliil ( iiuiloltlee. believes that lb" proverbial dark louse' will be . ho ell to In 1. il Die next lb III. ii Tilth' pi. --lib Illial II. kel. Mr. Mink niriv. In r. toilav Ir.illl Oak and Maple ARIZONA SHERIFF IS X1ERATE0 OF MURDER DEMOCRATIC DARK HORSE Builders' Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. First Street i X X 4444444M M-4"M'4 HEALTHSEEKERS The place you have been l.mkiriK f'-r. a ranch boardlnn houee fof Incipient and i-onvalescent tub.-r. ular .io.es, b" iit. rt near Sliver Citr altitude S.i.uO feet, home rookint'. ib-ei ii.i! ..r.b.. f'reidace In ". room, idetily of slm-ie. no dust; teinn reasonable Write ue for tail particulars and pb tares. ttK 4.lti: i:NCII. limiie. . M. M44IHII44I is sii lie in I Montezuma Trust Companv ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $ 1 00,000 .INTEREST ALLOWED OM SAVINGS DEPOSITS New York to complete arrangements for Di,. natlomil committee meeting to be h.'bl here January X when the lime and place H r the democratic national convention will be selected. Mr. Mack said tonight that he did not think the committee would recom mend any change in the method of selecting delegates In the convention ib,. prop.. sed presidential primaries, be dei la red. wi ulil Involve prohibi tive expense.' Denver. Chicago St. Louis and Daltimore lead the tight for the ,. .invention, a chairman and each icordlng to the seems to have a chancp to win. Hundred Coal Workers Drop Their Picks as Result of Dis agreement With Employers at Canon City. lly Mrnln J.iiirm.l Hnniiil . e inl Wlr. Canon City, Col., Jan. 4. on.! hun dred employes of the ocean Wave at Williamsburg struck today following' a ootit'i letice which failed to settle a long standing oi.ntrovc-sy about weighing coal as ll comes from th mine. The miners complain thai un der ill,, basket scale, known among th,- millers as "Hilly Fail play,'' thev are unable In make us much wages n fnriiieiiv. The mine Is owned by tho Kooky Mountain Coal iu'd Fuel com pany. Colorado Fuel and Iron com pany mines In the Williamsburg dis trict are nol affected. F4H.I.VS IIOM'.Y NI T AH 4H)M lttl'M IM'.S IN lAFltV CASK" Mr. Jus McCtilTery. Mgr. of the SchllU Hotel, Omalia, Neb., recom mends Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound, been use It Hires in every case. "I have used It myself and I huv rei-cmniended It to many others who have since told me of Its great enra AJve power In disimses of the throat Vnd lungs." For all coughs and colds It Is speedily effective 1 H O IDel'v LEGAL NOTICE MITU'K r SPKCIAL M ASTKll'S KM.i:. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned, appointed special master to make sale, by a decree, of fore closure of the district court of Rerun llllo rounlv, entered the 18th day of November.' A- l- 111'. Vmt f""" wherein Jiinniu C. Skiieck and P. K. Scheck are plalntiris and Francisco Lopez de Malilnei! Is delelulant, will on Thursday tbo fif renth day of Fubruary, A. !.. 1I2, at the hour of 10 a. in., at the front door of the post office In the city of Albuquer que. lUrnallllo county, Nvv Mexico, sell at public miction to tli hlghes' and best bidder for cash. Ihe property described lis follows: The east forty seven (47) feet and four (41 lliiiut or lots numbered twcnly-one (21), twentv-two, C'2, twenty-three, (21), and tweiily-foiir C'4), In bhidt num ber fortv-two (42), of the Perea ad dition to the city of Albuquerque. N. M., as the luinie are known and des ignated on Dm map or plat of said addition filed ill the office of the pro bate clerk mid ,.x-oiriclo recorder for said Iterniillllo county. N. M., on the lirsl dav of May A. I.. 1N91, upon which (he said Fmmn C. Scheck and P. K. Scheck were adjudged to have a first Hen fur the payment of lh sum of fourteen hundred, sixty-four and 4fi-liuiths dollars ($ L4H4.4H ) to gether Willi Interest thereon at the rate of ten per centum per annum from November 13th, 1911. until paid, and that said sale will be sub ject to confirmation by thu district court. Haled this twelfth day of Decem ber. A. lb, HDL W. C. OF.STKElCn, Special Master, liec IK :'2-;!l. Jan. f. Albuquerque Candy Kitchen 210 N. iiil St. nn-vii caxkiks i:vi:y way. SpeiialH on Nalurdiii. IKIl i:s l F, AMI HKTAIIi. iYy the New I'liiee, THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholeiiilo and retail dealers In Fresh and Halt Meats Saussgea a spec lulty. Fur cuttle and hogs the bltf liest market prices are paid. f COLLIES FOR SALE Two Tlioniiiglibreil Male Si-olcli 4 ie I'uppl.'-s A inoiillm old; iM-niillfullv marked. Ihuii and sire ImiiIi pri.e wlnni-rs. Iniiilre l. Iv. It. Se'.lers or Telcplunie Ml. I it i . Polished Flooring COLORADO MINERS ON STRIKE ai,d .l..o...i,ij i. II. ii;ili.