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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXIII, No. 6. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1912 lly Mull, 50 frill a Month; single Copies ft IViiIn. Ity Carrier. 60 Cents. Month. DEATH RIDES WITH CHILL STATES Intense Suffering is Reported Among Poor in Larger Cities Where Temperature Drops Many Degrees Below Zero, CHICAGO EXPERIENCES WORST WEATHER IN YEARS Forecast For Next Twenty Four Hours Holds Out Little Hope For Release From Grip of Frost King, Col,! weather records fur the your, and In miiny instances for many years, were broken today, will be broken in the. succeeding twenly-four hours in the territory within a one thousand itiIIp radius of tlie Great Lukes, ac eordiiiK to the predictions issued to night by the Chicago weather bureau. In the immediate vicinity of the Jakes, where, the open water temp ered the blast, temperatures were materially higher than In places further away. A low record for many years for Chicago waH established shortly before noon, however, at 9.6 below aero. For tomorrow fifteen de grees below zero In predicted. Went as far as the Kocky moun tains and north Into Afnntann. low tempcruturi s of today, it ts prodict ed, would be forgotten in the bitter blasts of the next twenty-four hours. Canada's low figure of today 42 de grees below zero, was expected to be lowered several degrees and in mates northwest of Chicago, where today Tiululh reported "." below: LnCrosse reei.stercd 2S below and Kuu Claire, "Wis., "8 below, a shrinkage of the mercury to figure like 40, SO and H2 decrees, . repper tively, was pre dicted. Sufferlnif Increased as the day wore on. in suit? of a slior lull In the cold spell, where in many place the temperature rose to with'n a few de grees of Kern. Little suffering was reported In country regions where; few p. rsons Here without shelter. In cities nlj over the middle west, how -vr "'l-A-fT'1 "turi'rv ".':oi'" jivse-n; wonted into the night with benevo lent societies, distributing and col lecting clothing and fuel. Frost bite and sick tiers common to colli weather were reported and late in (lie dav death rode In with In creasing cold anil began a harvest i: se ral states. More deaths were expected in the coinitm dav, because of the Inability of poor" agents to reach needy families and because of the inability of city police and mu nicipal lodging houses to provide sufficient shelter. Tonights forecast said: "Sundav also will be cold and the skies will remain dear. No immedi ate relief Is in sight. The wind ttlll continue to blow from the northwest. At Chicago today the wind reached a velocity of lis miles an hour. In western states it reached as high as 4". miles tin hour." At 4 p. in., today the predicted drop began In Chicago. By ft : 80 p. in., it hail reached ine nays low mark and was still going down. TWO )I TIIS I IIOM coin ix sr. i.oi is rorxTY St. Louis, Jan. 5. Two death) from (be cold wire reported tonight Ironi St. Louis county. (irnrge Wassein. T:I years old, dud oi pneumonia, re sulting from exposure alter he had obtained shelter in a friend's home, and (ins Kclnkr, a wealihy farmer. .",T. succumbed after Ircizing Ids bands and feet by working on his farm until lute in the afternoon. In SI. Louis at midnight It was Ihne below zero. Four hundred pa tients suffered from cold at the city hospital as a result of delay in Install ing a heating plant. 4, SEGREGATES Those Guilty of Infractions of Purely Military Law to Be Given Opportunity to Reform and Re-enlist in Army. I Br Momiac Jninil nrjeriot tt4 Wlr Lea venn ,rth, Kan.. Jan. A new regime Inaugurated at the mili t irv prison at Fort Leavenworth to il .iv ,th file receipt by Colonel T. H. S! 'ens, commandant, of an order) " oi the war department to transit r j : M i.nrety evil olf'-lol.rs to the li.lli-; t.,v piisoti :,t Al'litrar. Island. Cal. "n January I- a f-aimtei- of 12' i ' I! vnl tie made. A sir. .tig guard i I i..,T'i.: lh.-m i" Caiitnrnta rrd in. T. r. I urn w n h mxi ', . " T t. r te ins'H :e I It it I .ii. .n lor. I. f .Il..l - t .1 ; '. 1 1 1 1 1 c i - .!.. n.l .,,,.1 ..ii..fw . ,, M' I ' I. I . . , t I".b .11 J:. . ;. .1 .1 It n I" I i :i II. . ,1 i , i u o TS N WESTERN WAR DEPARTMENT OFFENDERS WESTERN FEDERATION APPROVES UNION MERGER Denver, Jan. 5. The executive council of the Western Federation of Miners today gave its approval to the draft of the proposed constitution and by-laws of the mining department of the American Federation of Labor. The board also had under discussion today the possible personnel of the officers of the department, which will come into being when the constitu tion has been approved by the I'nit ed Mine Workers of America, which meets in Indianapolis January 16, and tlie charter is granted by execu tive committee of the American Fed eration of Labor, which begins Its meetings at the same time in Wash ington, D. C. There will be four officer of the department, president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, to be appor tioned between the two allied mining bodies. Of them it Is believed the mine workers will obtain the naming of the president. The executive council decided loday to attend the mine workers meeting in a body to discuss the apportionment. LONE BANDIT LOOTS REGISTERED THREE CLERKS BOUND AND GAGGED BY BOLD ROBBER Posses Scour Rough Country in Northern California For Consumptive Who Held Up Southern Pacific Train. Br Mnrnlns Journal Howls I LeaMft Wire. Hodding, Cal., Jan. f. Sheriffs pofises and railroad detectives are searching the rough country sur rounding this city tonight in an ef fort to capture the June- bandit who robbed the mail car on Southern Pa cific train .No. Ill, the Oiegon F.x press, today. Uevvards amounting to $2,000 have been offered for the cap ture of the man, who, according to the description given by the mail clerks probably is a consumptive. Officials believe him to be a col- leu. man who came west lor his MAIL health, and who, unnblo t obtain As the president understood Judge work, resorted' to rubbery. Tlie rob-I Honk's d.-cision in the Oklahoma her entered fu-c mail car at Red lllulf J ase lie Issued an injunction against and at tli point of a revolver, cum-'the operation of u rate which be held pelleil Ma If CJerk Charles J. Itheln to : conl iscntui y. His decision, the prisi tie the haUits -i.t' Mall Clerk Hubert dent was informed, was upheld bv ii. Warner and Helper Peter Hen- I t bo irc.iit . hi I ol n'l' ul" an. I in el ricli, and to gag them with their own fi et through the relusal of a writ of handkerchiefs. 1 he mens feet were : cert ioi ail by the I'lilted Stall's sil lied Into eiiuiiv mail sucks. The rob- 1 promo court. The supreme court of her. who ai.oenrcd cool and some- ! what am used, ordered Itliein to open the registered mail sacks, and pick ed out and opened all letters, but disregarded packages. He Instructed lllicin to throw off the usual mall at small stations. As Ihe train neared , Itcddlng the robber bound and gagged lihein and tied his feet In a mail sack. As the train pulled into Keilding, the robber stepped from the car and walked away. Kheln succeeded In working the gag loose and cried for help, attract ing the attention of a wagon driver, who entered the car and released the three men. The description of the robber i" that of a man five feet, eight and a half Inches tall ami weighing about 160 pounds. He is about ;!5 years old and bloodless of complexion. H wore a darn blue serge suit and strip ed brown slouch hut which he kept pulled down over his eyes. He was very polite, soil of speech and exhib ited the refinement to be expected of a man o( high education. BE S On That Date State Supreme Court Will Organize; Judges Roberts, Parker and Haima to Qualify- HpeelHl CrfTPftpoMlrBr ( Morning Journal Santa Fc N. M.. Jan. The su preme court of the state of New Mex ico will lotmally organir.e January I a. The n ' Ju::!i-c, Hon C. J. Huberts. Hon. F. W. Parker and .Mon. H. H. lianna will qualify on that date, tak ing their oaths immediately following the sine die adjournment of the t.-r- j rilorial supreme court. Supreme , Court Clerk Jose !. Sena, w ho is ar- ranging the details of the august. will administer the oath t" the new- Justices. The hearing r j cas.-s bv the stile tribunal will not , begin until January I'., the date s. I lor the inauguration of .b.-.-rnor M. - isonasil HUM lilll'-l . ...... , The territorial supr.ine court didj n..l nnih its business unld late l"''! mug when ii o-h v nig ad j'.ut li the it.H'ki 1.. .1 el't :r. tii.rv 1" Iv I Clear. N" i on .:,n,i.ti t the slate , u d..i. pr. :ill..s is f. I II. ex. I i Ii 'l It'll' t i.lill i.K .1.11,' l ' t..- HHI;:- l t I.I II OV a.l". . r.. ! So HI s' .r me II' V t t it el'"' lib. ii'-nu .,1 111. III. k II. '. f '. .Mi I., ... .1 ii, I. r.--i ii Pi. -l. ... i, l I'M NEW JUSTICES WILL WON JANUARY 10 TUFT DETERMINED TO NAME HOOK AS SUPREMEJUOGE ALL OBJECTIONS TO KANSAN OVERRULED President Finds Candidate For Supreme Bench Opposed On One Hand as Too Conserva tive, On Other as Radical, i (By Morning Journal Spirit, I l.nmd Wire Washington. Jan. Friends of j President Tart expect him to send to I the senate next week the nomination of Cnited States Circuit Judge Hook of Kansas, as associate justice of the I supreme court, to succeed the lute Jonn ai. Marian or Kcutuckv. No of ficial announcement thut Judge Hook would be Humiliated lias been made at the white house, but congression al leaders close to tlie president as serted that every candidate virtually had been eliminated and objections regarded by the president as more weighty than those heretofore regis tered against Judge Hook must be produced to prevent his noiuiiiaUoii. So fur as white house- officials know tonight, the objections to Judge Hook have not influenced enough senators to prevent his confirmation. Helore he sends in the nomination President Taft will look over Judge Hook's decision In the Oklahoma 2 cent tare case, which has termed the basis of many protests. Reports that Mr. Taft would receive a new pro test based upon objections made by the late Supreme Court Justice Hrew er eould not be confirmed. Mr. Taft assured callers that no such protest had been received. The president's friends say thai Justice ISrewer once objected to Judge Hook, because he ws "too progressive. " Mr. Taft's friends were at a ' loss tonight to reconcile the objections of lli various state railway commis sions and otnef organizations ttiat Judge Hook was too conservative, with these other objections that he was too radical. To visitors tlie pres ident made it plain that he does not believe in objections that would pre vent the appointment of n judge be cause his decision In any particular case did not suit evervbodv concern ed. I iklitlinrna. also confirmed Jiulgi ; Hook's view i to ininrmati ; house. in this cns' m taken to icordllig white Hi LIFE LOST IN HOTEL i Transit House at Chicago Stock Yards, Famous For Foity Years as Resort of Cattle men, Swept By Flames, lly Morning Jcurnsl Niwlal I rnwd Wirt I Chicago. Jan. !i. - - The Transit house at the l'nii.n Stock yards, lor forty years on., of the most widely known hotels In the west was ruined bv a fire today which cost one life and for a time trapped many per sons and for hours "ireatcned the stock yards with a general conflag ration. So rapidly did Iho names sweep through the tive-story sine lure of brick and wood that guests were forc ed to flee down tire escapes and In many instances were drauged from the burning building by flreir.rn. An unidentified negro porter was the sole victim. Scarcity of water and the I, tense cold hampered Ihe tiremen. The loss to the building an. I p tetits w as estimated at $ 1 7 ."..iMi", imj.i neighboring buildings suffered dam age of approximately U0" FOUR FATALLY HURT fOllcy JUIllpS Htty t Ctt Attei' Crossing Ohio River at Cin cinnati; Lands Bottom Side Up Oil Stiect. fir l.rsiHg i. .Liu. . I in lor. .1 v i I C. l I Ii. I . C i ll in I: il. .i i - . : 1 1 l.i ' ! Il u . .. .I. .1 ONE B 6 IN GAR CRASH LAFOLLETTE FEARS'COLONEL RESOLVES OF RULE Calls On People of Illinois to Adopt Initiative, Referendum and Recall as Only Salvation From Rapacious Rich, TELLS HOW JOB WAS DONE IN WISCONSIN Springfield Visit Results in Launching of Movement For Holding Presidential Prefer ence Primary, Br Morning Jnnmal Simla! Wlr. Springfield, III., Jan. 6. Senator LaFollette visited the Illinois capital this afternoon and was greeted by un enthusiastic audience. After a brief summary of what has been accomplished In the task of re forming his home state, a plea for the adoption of the Initiative, refer endum and recall and an attack on "big business," Senator LaFollette said : "or all states In the union and of all cities of the nation, Springfield, where rest the ashes of the immortal A lira hum Lincoln, should be symbol ical of the representative spirit of government. " Senator ijiFollctte, after quoting President Lincoln's fatuous Gettys burg speech, said that "there Is to day as great a peril to representative government as ever confronted It from tlie days of '7ti down to tlie present time. "A nower greater than the southern confederacy Is now laying hold of our legislative bodies. Is selecting city councils, state legislatures and even national congresses. This power is 'consolidated tiig business' "The progressive republicans of this nation call upon you voters to forget your political affiliations and join together as one man to save the representative principle of our gov ernment.'' Senator Laf'olleltP made a plea for the right of the p to tell their legislatures what laws they wanted placed upon the statute liooks, the right to refer vicious laws passed by a legislature to a vote of the people, and the rlg'it of the people to dis charge a public servant w ho has turn ed out to be a scoundrel. Progressive republicans from many Parts of Illinois launched here a movement to hold a pres.ilential pre ference primary. Leaders in the movement said the reports of progress of the progres sive ciiuse in Illinois were gratifying. idi im.KN now rovritoi, ;ovi:uMF.vr says skxatuh. Fast St. Louis. III., Jan. S. Unit ed States Senator LaFollette ended tlie Heei. ml day of his "down-state" speaking tour of Illinois, at Fast St. Iiuls, tonight, speaking In the city hull assembly room. He talked of corruption in the government to a crowd of men and women which fill ed the hall. The senator was forced to rest In a hotel utter his arrival In Fast St. Louis, but his secretary, who aided him up the steps to the assembly room said that Mr. LaFollette had been gaining strength since early in Ihe day. The senator In beginning his speech, trailed the course of corrup tion which he declared made Ine I'nited States government "rotten as a government of tlie people." "The beginning of the corruption was fell," said liFollette, "soon after the organization of the large corpora tions." "Now we are paying the cost of legitimate pro! Its and in stock watered lour times. said tlie senator In re ferring to the ost of living, A list of ninety-six men who the senator said control Ihe destinies of the government, was reduced lo four teen by the speaker with J. P. Mor gan and John l. Hockcfeller as the leaders. The speaker accused the four- leen men of controlling- tile iree cap ital and credit of the country, not ministering to the business ot the country, and of being a menace to commercial banklnu. Senator LaFollette warned the small I ankers and business men to scan the pn-posed Aldrich plan before signing p.'tiilons in its lavor. He said he was going to use a microscope before he voted on it. Despite illness, the senator twice spoke in the open air In near zero weather. He was hoarse and talked wun oiifiiuuy but said he was enjov - ing his trip. I Iff ore coming lo Fast St. Louis M-llHlor I i Y ollelle spoke tell minute" lo a crowd that filled !':. Madison ounty court bouse In Kiln anlsv Hie. He dwelt on tlie railroads, saving ".von .an t judge a railroad by its cap ital stock: M'U liavto walk over il anil that s wh it we are lining 10 v is- onsin.'' Senator LaFollette will speak '"- ittni'ii'tv ai oanw'le .it.' I I ndian.i polls COLORADO SUFFRAGISTS TO INVADE OTHER STATES' I .e, .nip., li oo. tl il ii ..I I I., l W el e I Ve ID'-.-llliK I !' Wi.,, , formate Th. Il I. . I.H K n l,-i ... , . i I , I'le t,,,f. - V III , HI.. I ' O ,,. hi, I fi. r f. vv . Ill.l I ne I I'll I . 1 1 till III. II,. II. I. I'll. . . i 'I i -I I' I- DOWNFALL OL TO REMAIN MOTE ON PRESIDENCY ; ABSOLUTELY DECLINES . TO ANSWER QUESTIONS RoosevefTfijjateiis to Bottle Himself tip at Sagamore Hilf and Let the Nation Take Care of Itself, lly Morning Juuraal Ketl I frd V tr ) Oyster Hay. N. Y., Jan. r. After a talk in New York with Jame H. tlar llcld, ex-secretary of the interior, and a leader of the republican piMgrcssiv es of Ohio, ex-President Hoos velt re turned to Oyster Hay tonight. Colonel Koosevelt had Just, one thing lo say. 11 was he had no Intention of letting Ihe public know w hat he thinks about the selection of a republican candidate for president. He declared his Intention of bottling himself up at Sagamore Hill and refusing to answer any questions. "Does that mean that your attitude will remain a riddle from now until the republican convention Is held" he was asked. Colonel Hoosevelt refused to com mit himself on that point, saying thut lie would make no public expression of his position. Neither Colonel Roosevelt nor Mr. C.arfleld would suy anything refrnrd Ing their conference'. "It's no use," says Colonel Hoose velt. ( "I shall say nothing not a word. The Colonel was asked w hether he had seen the statement made by Lawrence Abbott, president of the outlook company, declaring that Colonel Hoosevelt was not a caudiduttf for the presidential nomination. "I have not seen it," he replied, "lo you expect to see II'.'" "I shall not." replied the Colonel. Mr. Abbott was more communica tive. "I made the statement," he said, "without any consultation with Colonel Hoosevelt." .Mr. Abbott said he wished to make it clear that the statement could not lie construed as an authoriv.ed ex pression of Colonel Hoosevelt's views. "Ho you think Colonel Hoosevelt would accept the nomination If It were offered to him,'' was asked. "I don't know. I don't believe Colonel Hoosevelt himself knows." F DWELLERS ON BRANCH LINE PLEAD FOR HELP Railroad Tied Up For Eleven Days; Supplies of Provisions Are Exhausted; Cold Weather General Over State, I Br Murnlng Jniirnul Mimm IsI l.sfrt W I r . Kansas City, Jan. r.--Hclow scro temperatures were recorded all over tlie Missouri valley lodltv and to night. At Kansas City at X o'clock tonight I lie mercury stood at 7 de grees below r.ero, a drop of IS de grees in twenty-four hours. There was much inconvenience and some suffer ing in Kansas Cllv homes that depend on natural gas for heating purposes. Kansas reported temperatures of from four to seven below zero. Much uftcrlng wns reported In the western part of the stale. Calls lor aid and provisions were received by the state public utilities commission at Top, 'kit today from Logan county on Ihe Scott City and Northern railway. No trains have been operated ovur that line for eleven days. Telegrairis as serted that people there were living on short rations, that stores were sold out of all provisions and that unless aid were sent at once there would be great sill I. ring. T AI. Summers, who carries mail between l-oltl on the .Missouri Pacific rallwav- and I-ikln on Ihe Alchsoii, Topeka and Santa Fc, started on his trip last Saturday. It reuulrcd three days and two nlglils to make It. al though the distance Is but forty miles. He reached his home In Oan b a hall frosen. . The first night out he was eonipelled lo tay In an aban doned dugout without t I or fire He made the entile 1 1 1 1 without food. With the natural gas supply great Iv reilii. ed and the ground covered with a hard crust ot snow and Ice, from lour to ..int.. ii Inches thb k. Kansas is tonight In ihe worst condi tion irom ...Id II ll.is been for yea in. In the w.-st.-rn put ol th Stat' tm k l sot fertile -ev. relv both from the . . Id and la, I. of IimmI. Mi'.rnev il.n.iiil John S liawson I...I i i.-. . Iv.'.l a fH.-r from Wakf. nv staiuiL' thai the h.ises and ciill" v r . ! mf I hum stai v at Ion. niiills ,tle l' lliialguliolliiiM. ... . HesnPltl. II- ' I. , 1,1), ig.l It ,M I I ..I Miner' "ik'IK '.I Vi w I I M.!l M.-l I lie -I II. IS . I I. ...I, I t l.i .'I I I ' t " Ill . .le, i I I. III. I .. I I'HKIll l.'H I r. I I. -11. .11 III ill I . FAMINE THREATENS REEZIN6 S REPUBLICANS ENDORSE TAFT IN SOUTH DAKOTA Huron, S. Ii., Jan. :.. The repub licans of Si nth liakota assembled here today, adopted strong resolutions endorsing the administration of Pres ident Taft and de.lnrlnu themselves for his renoiolnatlon and re-election. The event of the meeting was an address h- Secretary of Agriculture W'ils, n, the keoioic of which was the Inauguration of a vigorous compalgn for President T.H't. Secretary Wilson's defense of the Tail administration was grcctd with cheers. The meeting was the first In what was termed the "enemy's eountrv. ' Iielegates to the convention wer elected at district caucuses and. the state central committee peailed by its chairman, W. C. Conk, approved of the gathering, which gives it till semblance of authority. OKLAHOMA GOVERNOR IN SCRAP WITH COURT Oklahoma City, okla., Jan. J. (iovernor Cruee today threatened to call out the militia lo win his point In a controversy with the state su preme court. The trouble was caused by the pro posed removal ol the seat of Ilela ware county from Cirove to Jay, pro vided for in tlie proclamation bv the governor. The records were started from drove Tuesday, but when the otflcers got lo a settlement culled New Jav they stopped, said that was to be the scat of government, and placed an armed sUai d (o i the r c ords. Iovernor Cruce sent the ad jutant general to Invistlgate and he promised the books would be remov ed to Jay without trouble. BRYAN REFUSES TO Effort to Put Peerless One On Preference Ballot as Presi dential Candidate Discour aged; Would Go as Delegate, fUr Murnlng Jaurnnl Hiierlal t.PSMed Wlr. Line, In, Neb,, Jan. 5. V. J. llryaii, according to a letter received Irom him tonight by his brother! C. VV. I lly. i Ii, bad an Intimation that bis name might be riled as u presidential . jiuiltilaii-. and it was to assure Ins l.rnska friends that under no circum stances would he be a candidate that be wrote the letter. In his communi cation to Ids bmi her, Mr. Ilrynn said he lea I ed Ihe effort to launch nun un a candidate for the presidency might affect his candidacy for delegate to the national convention tor which place, he said, he Is Hill! an asplrum, I ul for nothing else, A telcgiam sent by A. A. Alter to Mi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 at Washington t.ul.iv Is follows: "I lave Just filed you for president wit hold your permission. I I OllSlller .voil the original progressive. ol course Wilson. m Folletle ami House veil are good Imitations, but why a substitute'.' I firmly believe the peo ple demand Hie original. The Ameri can people are Just beginning to real ize old parlies are dominated by poli ticians tor revenue only; hence iho awakening for the progressive move ment throughout the country." Politicians In Lincoln tonight i laiiu to believe Hie tiling of Air. lirviius name is th,. beginning of a well mil lured plan lo force him Into thy race but his political Intlmal. lore pm less to believe there will be mi dull i nltv In securing the withdrawal o the petition. ISKYW tPPHot i:s IIKOIIII It's PKOIIM Charleston, S. C, Jan. William J. Hi van Ii nlglit i ninni. lit. ,1 on the action taken at Line, In. Neb., today, where his name was llled lor a pm-l-tlnn on the democratic pr, shb ntlal pi nil. II haHol. lie raid "Mr brother did the proper thing in entering a protest. They have no nit", tness to pot a man In as candidate unless he Wishes lo he i lie. ' His onlv reply as to .vhttlor It would be a , -.in, II, late was "I bale already expressed n , - 1 1 sn t Hi i.-iti I v .' Air. prvan declined lo disinss dem ocratic pi eslilelll lai posstbilll les Arid , otlccrillliu Cohiliel Hnnsev ell as a posihl" republican ni lid Ida tc "I would not want to esttmat ild .1- I llel I;. "'M Veil S slleliutll, I. Ill I le. t sure that the Ihir.l I. rill ol. lectio,, ..',hl .letiact tr..,o mil strength it--Otherwise might have. I thiol, he w PI accept Ihe n. mini a t Inn If It is tender ed t,.,o BOILER E LUES ur Dfifiolislinl i i 1 : Round House W (II II An; f I'. ul I.pmiIU Tint V.'H r tl: i nijUICll H M.imi JiiMrl.nl h,m-i 11 I ra.1 ., I COUNTENANCE OM XPLOSON CLAIMS TWO STATEHOOD 0 E HELD UP; LITIGATION Government's Desire to Protect Its Interest in Alamogordo Lumber Company Suit Re sponsible For Delay. PROCLAMATION MAY EE ISSUED IN DAY OR TWO Latest Obstacle Comes as Sur prise and Keen Disappoint ment to Friends of New Mex ico at Capital. Hp, bit llltpxtt h hi Hi M.irnln .Imirnal l Washington, Jan. A. Statehood for New .Mexico Is lieliig held up tem porarily by a federal suit against a lumber company. At the reuuest of the department of Justice President Taft today post po'tie, the Issuance of Hie ii ' i l.i 1 1 id 1 1 ui pending the determ ination of the status of pending litiga tion under the changed conditions. It Is not believe, that the delay will bu for mor,. than a day or two. The government Is endeavoring to reci vcr lauds In New Mexico alleged to have been ciulred wrongfully by the A la mogorilo Lumber company. Judge Wright, In the I'nited Statca court for the sixth New .Mexico Judi cial district r ntly sustained a de murrer to the government's bill hi this action. The department of Jus tice is now endeavoring by telegraph to place llils case hi surh condition that It will not he affected by tilt! terms of the grunts of land to thi. slate of New Mexico provided for III the enabling act. Tlie members of the New Mexico delegation here, especially Congress incii.il.it Curry and Fergussoii, manifested the keenest disappoint ment today when thev learned that the president would he unable to carry out bis agreement to Issue lb" I i in 1. 1 me linn which was s.hcdulud for la o'clock. Iielegale Andrews, u hefc nfll.'lul career in ci ngrcss ends' Hie issuance of the statehood procla maliou, takes the delay phllosophlcal Iv and and expresses the belief (hat It will no! be serious. RALLY AROUND Handsome Forbes Robertson Tells Enfranchised California Women What to Do With Theii New Found Power, (It M.irnhic Jnionul Npspial i rmr4 Wlr I San Francisco, Jan. t. ov-r 4."t i e 1 1 ri rei 1 1 ii 1 1 v e I'lilllnrnla women, w ho are Irving lo tln, out Just what they waul to do wit, liirir newly ai.iiiiml suffraee. put iiinler way, at a lunch' eon Itere today, a movement which li.il.al.lv will determine whether r not those of their sex In Ihe state will si. in. I i,s a powerful unit in se curing legislation allectlng woman and her In.-. Siariinu with nebulous plans f..r L' n 0 em sts the Si,,, I'r.iiu tsco center of III,' ll.'Wlv Kli'alllzed Oil ItfiirnU Civic t.eaeue. sa - in,' 'I upcit, II utltgloW the confine nf nlie hnlel. spread to the timing I'liniii of another nod finalle crow,) a gr, at hotel ball room with la hies i l l n In I he Imxes. S"i lelv bailers, willo ll edll. alnls, business I. iittu'ii ati.l working go Is. I.i.lill.'l.l.eil as thev L'.ltllerell to llrill' lollies Hull. 1 .11, Ihe ll.tn I, Who III Fngl. ,n, and Aluerl. a. has champion 1,1 tlie SUIII'iee c.,lle, llllil who W a tile i ;re. itc-pel id III id. HfV "I i si ,, h r. Allss Helen M 'In. 1. 1 i. .inicily state f.ict.xc 1 1 ii I Hun. is. now , ha Inn., u s' 1,1 l liilii im ii icoi. r. pi. sol- tr , 'ha , h s . rk. pa -ti F VI. ..!. imiiii I ol Hie I 'lt st ' here also -. nl,i , I he ..lie bile ' .1 II V rill"' i'f ' ' I IV i t l inn. 1 1 . -Ii in i h t 'i nli r. uniilal l.e i-"tabll.he,l In In i urn i.. SHERMAN LAW ADEQUATE TO REACH BIG BUSINESS Tl ou r-' the well,''' in il-.. . W III le.' t 1. , ,i liar ii"."- ll ' ee Ihrtt 1. .'- ..I Iri.le r -ill! en, lip, ,i,' . I pl.t MtintlS f, II I l,.,,t, Of - ria!!.c ill.. nf t I.l-ll t'l. I. . r i.io .1 MOR THIS TIME ME VOTERS ACTOR ORACLE E