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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1912. Hy .Mail, 50 1 flits a Month; Single Copies 5 rents. Ily farrier, 60 Cents a Month. THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXIII, No. 8. NEW MEXICO IDE POLITICAL PAWN ! BY ROOSEVELT; 0 Ex-Governor Arraigns Former President For Turning Terri tory Over to Gang Control, Ruining G, 0, P, Rule, ACTED CHEAP POLITICIAN IS UNQUALIFIED CHARGE pictures the Colonel as Utterly Without Principle, a Man Whom It Would Be National Calamity to Elect Again. In k tpecial lispiit.il to the I.s Anscli'S Kxaminer from Itiverside, ChI., dated January 5. ex- iovernor Herbert J. Hagef mini of XfW Mexico, arraigns Colonel Theodore llnosevell in iii' uncertain finis in discussing political conditions in the new Htale. The interview follows: An indictment of Theodore Koose velt ng a ma. hin.' politician, without principle or adherence to his pledged word, und as directly responsible lor tin- stunning defeat ol' republti-ariB in New -M. xico at tilt' recent election, was spok.-ri here today by Herbert J. Hagerman, governor of New Mexieo in 1UUG-07. 'Koosevelt acted tlie cheap pnli tieliin toward me," Bald the former governor, win. is here studying Irri gation ini'llnnls to lie life. I in his thoti- tsiind-aer UJJple orchard in New Mex ico. -rrtii.pnrty is now paying the pc!ial'tjsiia'. UooH.'velt's dishonesty and al.jcit surrender to the KiiliB of gruli eis wjio JiCTtlecades have i i.ntrolloii tlilcri iunw, and who were hut a lew iv $fca ierk'ickod out liy tile people unit, r domaeraltc Icaihrship. I speak of these matters now be cause I lead of Roosevelt's sly elfortH tn gain "" nomination for the pres idency. Call, ml IV to Facet T. I".." I am eolivlncid that it wui'id la" a c.ilainily to Hgalh scat as Ili ad of Hits union u ITU n as devoid of rlghteous icss ami fairness as 'llicoitore lions. - Veil. The I li- of .New .Mexico know Hell the i lap; his a. lions in their al lairs, ami sweeping vlcti.r.v of the d. nm u,m due to the iotleiiiie.su iii- c.iill.d nuairi in -New Mexico alter 1. as governor, liad ousted it. "Koosevelt made llle gnv el nor five v, ;is ago. 1 was not in any sens., a luiiila ian. 1 was recommended bv iln til. n secretary of fie interior, Flhun Allen Hitchcock, who knew III. well. Knnsovelt told llle lie Kl.vi' me a flee hand,' anil wanted me to , lid the r. gillie of col ruplioll, ol thievery, of lllcl t iclenrj , which exisl i .1 in New Mexico. 1 proceeded to take him at his word. I removed Ireni the headship of the penitentiary 11. i. Kitr.-uni. chairman ol the re publican central committee of the ter ritory. 1 invest igutod Itui'siim's conduct or the prison and he restored $3.(11.11 to the treasury. i put out other ni ne, holders. I'.-ektiig only to make the government forces adeiiiate to their Sto.)i'il rolilical l'lii-doiis. '1 found that In the previous eight Jems l.ursum and his friends had pardoned forty-one murderers and shortened the terms of forty-live oth ers. 1 found that the pardons and . uiiiiiulations hinged on politics. i pnl i stop (, that. "The president had said to me thi.t a 'bad want' controlled the territory. I was to clean them out. They were .a vicious and lawless a group as might be found anywhere. To name lie m would he to call the roll of the then hading republicans in power a. Unit date, who are now down and out i the recall of the people. "A prominent politician there Is l ull' Andrews, delegate to eoimress. v.h.i was sent there by the yuay job b. i v machine to run the territory arid cltimatclv be senator. His cnatices those of the proverbial Hiirsuin and his mob !' to 'R. t' me. They did. now are mm.w ball, let mined i';..Ki-velt removed inc. I was at 'outs' with the republi can party,'' said HiiKeriaan. "False and iiirenious chaiRcs were made . rair.st me. I wns tsiveii no oipor t.iiiiv to detend ms.ll. Frank M.i. le ock. now postmaster nenir.il. I'muln I was not in touch Willi ' hiiL--.' and that the party miiiht ' dt.-t t.anu Ihstiinil to I'ower. ' K'. ry promise mad by Koosevelt at r. . hoosinK, eer' stan. laid il' iii I.I bv him as to inv conduct, were !'(. d to apparent party nec. ssi-1 'at.s. Tin- territory was tunud back 1 til. rilthlei-S K.'iliK. in the belief that j I i oul.l be shaped up f-.r ll.x.s.-velfs j "The very no il I had kicked out ' I , iviis. ,,t th. ir mi. r unfitness wer.-i 1. stored to ( ttice despite tile hitter ; .t'i,tttr ..( the p. ..pi. Ill New Mexico, j !'-:, Itv. Iloof.velt offered nie of her i '.. iimal advaii. nient if I w ould k. . p j net' H, otter..! to write an ..flic-I : 1 biter saying I w.m .v.rMlunB r.yht. 1 t ufiieinii. d his ott.r and; ' ! I the truth. . w. V. hat was tile ret ult ? Tin ..M.ml H. ... sev. lt anil tb. Ilia- tOllle 111 tll. I.iet. I. Spite t lie ll'OSt '.., .oniuvaree ol ..1 1 1 ia Idoln .i d lb, I , . ul.le an inn. h'lie, the I' 'O" l.us ee, .,,( all ihe plitiiipal ' C ... I,. ,ti tu b" ll We ;iS pro- i r J a . - fput'lleall,. ,,Ht .Ifl th.il'j l;il,,-.. p.. I t I. ip ,1 . II ,11 tie II...-J '!. i. . , v . liUi.n. . held , ... ..i ...ir! I . .... . 1. 1 .., aid n ' i I-. ,U M lit tile ,1.-11,1, l'n. f ! I..I In. l.i si no a t.. ..1 . 1 1 , . 'I be ..ii if..' Ml Mi..l-ts .....ls pi. .v., I Si II,, t , I 1 , 1 , i I I,,, I I'. ... , I !,... "I- I le V ..-I. .1 II. l, all . Ill I In ,,v , I I ,11 r, -, I li,, I., -. v h, ii, 'I.- el I i ,1 I ..I :.-l Ii, I.I ,.i . I to, I, W b.i 'l , 1,1 wlmt li, I.I l'.,.ti' a ii.i ft mi i,ii - - I "I - ,, . II,, , ! II- ,,i I . f t I l.el . II. II. II, loll. --i HAGIAN feated. It was expected that only the governorship might lie won. Instead, all down the line, the democrats anu forward republicans won out. Tilt people said then and there that Roosevelt politics were done forever In New Mexico. His henchmen werf fired by the voters. "Now, when I read id the specious endeavor? of Kooseveli to be presi dent again, I cannot retrain from speaking of the sacrifice of people and principle lloosevelt made for the mere gain of party success. For the people of New Mexico would not en dure this playing with their real in terests, and the election showed thetr revolt. "I wrote for private circulation af ter my putting out of office by lioose velt, a brochure in which I summariz- ed th It'ects of this New Mexieo fiasco. Irf'tlc-IN From Wltlto House. "Here are a few of the excerpts from letters which passed between President Koosevelt and me at the time: "On May I'm", 1 received the fol low ins letter from the president: The W hite Ho'ise, ashingtoti. April ik".. My Dear C.nvi rn.ir Hagormaii: "In response to your letter of April j "2, I accept your resignation to taK. effect forthwith. While the matters which 1 went : over with von verbally, and w nu n u i is not necessary now In recapitulate, make it in my Judgment necessary to request your resignation, wish to say anain that I am entirely convinc ed of your personal inteRrtty and your zealous desire to accomplish re sults nood lor the territory and citi zens of New Mexico. Much that you have done has been needed for a lonu while from every standpoint und was of lasting importance t" do; and while I did not think that it was for the interests of the public that you should continue in your present position, yet I am tilad to state that I believe therp are many positions In the public ser vice which you could fill with honor to yourself a-nd with profit to th. government. 'Wlshiiiir you all success ill your future life, believe llle, "Vorv truly vours, "TUKi DO I tlC lit H ISKVKI-T." "A halletme," "Albm.ucr.iue, N Suys llacei limn. M., May 1.'., liitfi. to the l'resident, W'asliiiiKton, D. t". "Mr. l'resident: I have to acknow ledge r. i. ipt ot your letter of May 1. 1 have been previously informed that the matter of my removal, throtiRli the form of resignation, Ironi the kov ernorshill of New Mexico, was by voll considered as a 'closed incident,' audi could not admit of any further dis- cushion or consideration whatever. Your letter appears Inconsistent with ; this view. It is at once a chaHt-tiito and an invitation which it would be both .lireourteoiis and c iwardly lo uc- ! cline, although it offers the nnpleas-i ant Mlternatlve of a controversy with I von, or sul, mission lo the Impeach- I in.tit of my integrity at your hand- wl": ii in'.rc.irl 'o d. ier.d myi-i If. a preface to what I must say, It i should be stated that I regret that j icy tel. gram to Mr. I'itichot, when shown to jolt, did not convey the; iij.-.i w hich 'l hoped to conv. y. 1 din not intend myself to express the opln- ; ion that my removal would be a oa- lainltv, as you sc-m to think I did. it i should also be st.it. d that I do not I expect any revision or change by'yoii of your notion in ileinaniiinn and ac-eei.ti'ie- 1 1 , v resignation. As far lis I - am concerned all !iist!oh of the gov ernorship is a thing of the past. I Hjust TrcnliiU'iit 1 luifgeil. "I cannot rest quietly and unpro t, sting under the stigma w hich ymi would put upon me. You would not do so if jou were in mj place. I hie Ihe right, however, to . xpi ct and as of you, as a matter of .'.million fair ness and Justice, that you make pun He acknowledgement of the tad, whin convinced of it and that yon will be convinced I must not clou I ' if you take the lime to Rive the mat- ter as I present it, a cairn and can - I f,,l' ..'va.niln.tioll that I llHVe bl ell ! unjustly treated, an, 'hat my action as to the rennsylvania Development company deeds ior which I was re moved by you, was commendable and not blameworthy. "Due regard lo your exalted sta tion forbids Unit 1 should reply n your letter in language which would be Justitiable under the provocation it offers, if you were not piesid.nt of th. t'nited 'stales, liii. 1 am not per mitted bv niv sense ..f propriety to forget what is due to your great ol rice as well as to myself. I hope, however, chat my reply will not be considered the less lorceful because of the- bseiice of harsh language. "At l.ast four newspapers in the ter ritory controlled by Mr. liursiim. whose removal by me as siipcrinteiic ent of the penitentiary you also ap proved, from the time of my removal persistently asserted that I was re moved because of my rcfisal to b subservient to Mr. Htirsum and his political machine, and that the Penn sylvania Development company tian sa. tion was merely a convenient pre text. v.ni have miiiimixed. if Voii have not utterly destroyed, a growing pub-j li sentiment tn the territory In favor f an honest administration of pill-j ie affairs. l ,air- al rl-l. in the opinion of many of th I,,-. men of New M xico in the territory have a crisis that its mat. as seriously ihreatein lore, al some sa.-ril i e public a:t.ur t-taehe.l J n. i rial prosperllj ,1. and th, r -of personal in , linali n. and pi nl a ppe ii I to J on j to leave out ol c. .11 -1. 1 r.e 1 loll Icy soiialtty and any mistakes you may 'h nk i have mad. , and to giv. grave and ci r, lul ronside-ralinii to political iditions in New M.xico fi.. m tin standpoint of these people who have I c iillv supported tin in mv e ft.-r.r f,.r 'lie realization ! their c.cnd m own l ide-ais ol good gov .11,11,. l.t A .. r. pel. le an. I cannot but t. ' l th ' the nihil.' .,' mv be a gr.ai State -tak'. and thai 1 b.jalty as well a ,,.,riv in wn-ii : of ibis union is a' would f,.ll oi pai-tj s In the dun. - ,' ...,l elt ,eTisb, j, possible t I' 1,1 ss I did ev upon TV lo I",) ni,, litmus. have the In If Vol.l .lad II J to 1 , 1,1 Mlvallt ! .r.i:M w No h I .. pal I I" '" -"- II, t, and the KUlL- P"l HI power be 1.'.,. to Veil , ..111 ,1 1,1 'I I ' I, lb" le'- ti.rv nr.t : r. e-iifiv I. I. 'be p. ,q.b vv III! St .!. he. "I a I ",e .loot f g .li. sl lh. In. and . In .b in,., la, V as In all. Ml,, I 1 v . . I ilflirlll I bill I l.ei. re- llMi-ill iiih.Ii- Ne m Mexl... m m ii ol re I, Il ia ii .111 1. . leo.l rilliO'el -pllbll. Ml. Kile Hull' be liiakloy em ,1 Hoe. In tin HI eil.e- ft ii-lel l.l llli-ll llld- Ull'l iMlig i.lllrol. ' yi it 1 1 ftTrn nnnire pnioimu m ni r IVIUMLIHiLU DUU1LJ UUVLIINUII ttLUNU OFAGLD COUPLE PI Shocking Double Murder in New York Tenement District Rivals in Horror Deeds of No torious "Jack the Ripper." MANIAC DAUGHTER SEIZED FOR CRIME VVninH 11 Hft (1 111 Kf (H'llff hflf Observation as to Mental Condition; Bloody Shirtwaist Leads to Arrest, By Mnrnlns Jonrn.il Aprrliii Twined Wire New York, Jan. 7. As a seoiiel to the finding today of the uiiilll.il I 'bodies of two aged Fast Side resi dents, Isaac Futterman and his wife Kachael, In their home, nlims of a shocking double murder, l'.iun Futt erman, the f, rtj -year-old daughter ol the couple, was taken tonight lo llellevue hospital for observation .is to her mental condition. She hi'd become hysterical when informed . f the double killing and a search of an apartment in the house wh. re she lived revealed, according to detectives, a blood siaine.l shirt wal.'t an, various other articles of apparel stained with blood. No charge was preferred against the woman who declared she was innooni of the crime. Ktka Fiilterinan's removal to llelle vue was in tlie request o Aaron Kill -termini, her brother, who said she was c. nfine.l in an Institution for the insane several years ago. The police from the first scouted the theory of robbery as a motive for the murder an, expressed belief it was committed by a leligious maniac. ciiniK i: or most l ANWI S oi- i:v New York, .In n. 7. -double murder found In MIOC'lvlVC. tlllllt ITY - A Ci'.se cd an KaKt Side house todaj is one of the most shock ing since tin c ' iildeiiNiippe di.-m. iii bc rment und ihe ".lacn liie Kipper" series of crimes, iinac (.'intermit li, x" years old. and hi.s wife I. achat I 7 3 ears old, were round dead in th.ir rooms, their bodies terribly inutilateii. The police believe the aged couple were tortured In dealh and in the ab sence of any well established motive for ui'.fh a crime, think the Futtc iii. ins were victims ol a religious man lac Futterman was a retired manufac turer, who had accumulated a small fortune, but alivavs had refused to leave the Fast Side neighborhood where he had settled when he came Irom Russia many yeius ago. He was a zealous Jewish worker and aided m founding the sj i,ai;,,gue in Ins dis trict, which he and his wife attend, -d. The couple lived alone. Their three children dwelt in other parts of tin city. One of these, Aaron Fut Icriua n, superintendent of a brass foundry, discovered tlie bodies ..n ii visit to his par. nls. I hp fathers the mother on pal'liilllv lll eS! bodv lay on a sola a nd a bed. F.ich was only .1. There were deep both f.i.'cs and bodies of both were terribly of the man's eye " hav - gashes across and the eyes mutilated, one , ing been from abdomen was its ja.ekct. The man s terribly slashed anil there were cuts running lengthwise from head to tool. The nature of the mutilation b'lt the police to believe it had begun while the Fiilterm ms were alive and that death had actually been caused by blows which fractured the skulls. The bodies bore finger prints of which police experts took photo graphs. A small neck bag in which Mrs. Futterman is said to have car ried money and Jewelry, could run i,e found. The police, however, scout robbery as the motive. Aaron Fuit. rman said he did no' know that bis father had an enemy, and that he kept bis money In a bank. The police believe the murder took place several days ago. as decomposi tion had set in. Neighbors do not re- member having seen i ii.ee January 3. the ".1 niple TRACED Bl LETTERS jCommunications Concerning Accidental Death of Baby Re j sponsible For Capture of Men j Wanted m Chicago. It r Moraine Journal Opre-lal Lrateil Wire? I l.'.s Anii.l. s. Jan. .. A. cording ' I police otfl. '.lN John Stil. ev ami IJeolge liabilieau. Ihe Jo'U.g linn arr. si.mI isi. r,1a on the i h. rg.- j l ha vim; mur.bled Mrs. Haiti.- K.i.e loan, in e'hj.ago. I ., , . mb.-r ". vv.-i 'll , f.. , Anuebs bV 11. e. Ill- d : loiter passniit between Slaeev .lid !' Wile. follow Ilia the eballl of tf'-'l )l.al.v tn h gasoliin- e xpli.Mi.li Tin bnll.H e.f Is.lh Slit. V and Pab.T.e,-. ivv.le W. .Lb.. I bv il l." lives all lb Jin,- ftltv weft beslltiir tli.-ir w .. v .nil i lo th coast on tr iKbl ti..n.s 1 I i,lb ,.l'S..!.i- Wit,- 11)1, I to. d lo ll, Ik 1,1 tb.it Ihe poll,.- h-'ie had re ceived ,ls al. Ii Iron. I'bl. ego lli.'t 1 deled, V.- 1,4,1 la 11 to i I, I Ilk. III.-,,' It I to V b i ,. . mil e l , , I i 1. ,v ii,, , v. . i . vnii,,i, to i. I ,.l I,. 1 MURDER RICHES STANDS BETWEEN RICREHD DEATHCHAIR Details of Parson's Confession Show That Wronged Girl Was Deliberately Done to Death By Faithless Lover, ATTORNEYS FOR POISONER SUGGEST INSANITY PLEA That Murderer Was Possessed of Dual Personality and Therefore Irresponsible Theory of Friend. IS (Br Morning .Intiraal UprrlMl Ial Wlra.I ltosloii, Jan. fi. Speculation was rife today as to wh it will be the fat of liev. I'lareiice: . T. Kieheson, wh yesterday in a written statement con fessed lo tlie murder ol his form ! sweetheart, Avis Ltinell. From a source . lose to Governor Foss the statement mine today thati the atllttiile of the executive would j probably lie in favor of a ciimmut i-j tlon of .sentence to life Imprisonment j If the law's fullest penally is itUl'iS- I'd by th.. court. Members of I lie- j governing council have been up proachccl concerning: their attitude In case the death penalty is imposed and a petition for commutation Is made. Attornt-vs for lllcheson indicate they will ask a eomniutal ion on ground of Insanity. No leniency for lUcln-son i n part of the illitrlct allnrnev is that th ' the ex- pccte.l and no less plea than that ul murder in the first degree w'll mccl with approvul, according to his slatc melil which was reiterated today, so the only hand thai secnis able to slay lilcheson's march to the electric chair Is that of Cnvernor I'nss. Kleins, ,n Is expected to appear in court late tomorrow afternoon and is expected lo be permitted lo change his former pica and be adjudge.) guil ty of murder. Whether Judge c 1. A. Sanderson and Dls',4 i AH'tni'v f'el lelier will accept tlii. change or will put aside Ih,. confession fir lutul'' consideration In order that the regu lar procedure may b" followed and a jury called upon tn pronounce Hi. verdict, was not ami. nine. A tonight. Iticheson learned Ii v train tb" papers that his ennfesslnn won known throughout the land, but while lie rend th,. various accounts. In, made ho coniiin nl. The statement i mad, on high n ut In ni t y however, Unit lilcheson's amplified confession tn Ins counsel was on the following Urns: After purchasing a iiiantily ol cyanide of pola-sium from William liahn, a Newt. ni Center druggist, on octiiber 1. Hie minister took the poison to his rooms in Cambrhlg," A few .lavs later In" borrowed from .Mrs. Frank II. Carter, in whose home he was ii lodger, an earthenware mixing bowl "to make some book paste.'' Ilettirrilng the bowl In Mrs. Cart"'-! an hour or two later, be wa rned h i lo be sure ami wash it out I linroughlv saying: " I have been mixing poison in' il." 11 Wiis In this how l and hI this time, ll is said, that the minister by mixing Hie cvanide of potassium with flour and water made the cap sule, which later caused Miss l.in nell's death. This was Thursday. Clctnber 1 -. on Saturday, October 14. Iticheson met I.- i, i , i.i ii ii I n i , nt his oiie-linie fi ancee, who still i,.iievi",i ncis.i. ii, intended wale. Following their cus tom the couple had a snoii wain hi, ' Ib-ei iieiil Into a elite. Mere they 11. 1.1 I,.,., b,., ,n i.iter which they t.mn oilier walk, this time tn the Fenway It w.m while seate.l on a sc. lad i bench In tin- park, after the girl i, ., .i.i mm of tier worry over hud bet phyrlcal c ii.liuoii and had once more entreated him to procure some remedy for her. Hint the minister is said to have naiided the girl the cap sule, declaring ll was a medicine that would .erlaiiily act in the nine, tier desired. lie directed lid is to the manlier of taking it sii, then the pair walk. -a to the car line Miss lanii.-ll went to her home in the Y. W. V. A. build ing while inches., n boarded a car bu Itrookline. goillu lo the- horn., of Miss Violet F.dmatuls, the wealthy heiresi whom he was to have tiiarrie'.l a f'-w v.e.-ks later. Meeting her chum. M is Lucille V.U gb r. Av is said she hue: been walking with h. r -second" t h which Miss Zicglei understood sin meant Klcheson , ami complained e l a headache as her e xcuse, for niirrj her room. A lew hours later -li ml.. line. .11-' lulls ill tlie I lt h- room and dbd without re-gaining to sclousness. If the" plea oj guilty is accpl' selltenc,. mav be imposed ilnm. dlat Iv on Itiebtson. or he may be I man, b d tn jail to await sent, ti later. in both curt ami district at- t rney may change ot plea !,M-c to aee.pl 'Oi i an, I may send I In to .ail) to await trial k ft .nil torn.. t row. ,,n i- ., man f bo a,, . which i- insane prisone'r buck by Jury a we That liiilns pel .-otiah! i.-. i- tin- opinion Frank Carle!, mad.- his liom vpr. Oh is.-.! today be w bom Indies in I a in bl nig. -. -Mrs Carter said breakdown 1 liev e-r r-tUM, seine rif i,i,v I h , i a ft. r a in rv on ,.i Inn- lb.- Can. -i ,, .an-1 after an ab- I l.it, nf time with. -ul s. ar, hiiii g .rre-t f, Hie lo.lv th. le use from comer ir, i, . i ili. v should fini ,,t i j,,. . I. rgv ma n. Vr. . ,v st. r 1 ',. o.b.I. '..I nil, I. Ii .).... I,,, I mi.',, sb.- i b. r In. I s. I..,. l me I -lid Ml I.I fill. I. -. veil olMlll. -. .'III. V.. Jin. it. il Was .,,1,1.- il for ! U.K. 1 I c. ,V II I i l llg II tl -Mrs b ill lied s. v .-I a I mutt! lis II llolll . r b 0-- 1 ll I ; ... -mlilig pb V s, lain I 1 1 1 I A .. I. In I I. Oked -4. j PAN-AMERICAN SOCIETY TO MEET IN NEW YORK Washington. Jan. 7. The fir-t ineetlriK ol the l'an-Americiin So. letv of the I'nlttd St. it., tile oi'gi'.iilyation of which Is nearly perfected, will be lli New Yolk, probably within ten daj's. The purpose ol the society will be to show hospitality and social ill telition to ibstmgu.-l:. d I .alln-A me r ieaiis lsilirig the I'nited Srnt.s and In ways other than polltl.al and enm inci'iial to develop better acquaint ance between north and south Amer ica. Director Central Parreit of the I'au-Aiiieri. mi I mull Is cb.itricnn of the committee that is dialling ihe by laws. H.tiry White, former ambas mini to l-'ram e and chairman of the Fttite.i States del, gati, ,11 to the Hie ics Ayres collterelice, prol i.blv' will be chosen president, while on the t xcutivr eomiuiitee will be Andrew Carnegie, l.loy.l Criseom, former ambassadur tn Hra.il: 1.,-wls NImiii, John Hair.tt. Jain.s Sp.ver, Frank Vandorllp of New York. Andrew M. .' 1 unllngtoii. president of the Hispanic suci.tv, and Dr. 1.. S. Howe of tlie I'niv.rsitv of i'ciinsv'lv a ma. an authoritj' on uuii ters pertaining m Latin America, ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT TO INVADE EAST San Francis.".,. Jan. 7. D, 'libit announcement that the orfthcuiii vaudeville circuit would Invade New York was niiide tonight by Martin Keck, geneTiil munagi'i' of the circuit, who arrived today from a tour ef F.ui'ope iiii.i of the ori. nl. Heck said Unit arrangements nfiw were und I way for establishing orph. um the.i ,it'rs in New York. PEACE RUMORS IE Declared Position of Italy As Victor in Conflict Precludes Initiation of Negotiations to End Conflict. (.- I.irnlnr J.Hirnut ftieeolul l-eMen?d Wlree Koine, Jan. 7. All reports pre suming that peine between Italy anil Turkey Is near are premature. 'Ihe nlllcinl iiilhiitle nt It. .me Is that in view of the fad that Italy Is in Ihe position of victory, f ile cam ask lor peace or invito negotiations looking tor peace. It Is pointed out however,, that Italy Is ready to ex amine into peine proposals with m upeti liilnd. If a, iianoed ny Turkey, i t; the l.tsis that TrlpnlituiiH and Cyrcii ica shall be definitely annexed ae c.iriliiig to the royal decree, of De cember ll', which will be transformed Into a law of the nation at Ihe 1 e- opemng of parliament this month. Therefore any discussion of this point, say officials, would be super fluous and Indeed, Injiil Inns tn any und. islanding between Italy and Tur key. The Turkish gnverninent has re plied t" pencil suggestions Ilnm other powers Hint her chief dilficulty .'.in sists in announcing it tn he-r African Arab fiirceN wit lutul causing unrest aiming Arabs thrutighniit the empire, .specially in Asia, where dissension inii'ht h ad to the end of . ittnmall rule. Italj' desires peace, tint so much for the purpose of ending thi cunflief Willi Tripulitana, Inn because she wl-hcs to avoid complications, which, if they resulted iii iw in ( In; dlsinein leeriiienl nl Turkey, would mean lor Italy only the aeknnwIe.lKement nf Ike net - ii tie t ie ni of Tripoli while if the 'Ikin. in',, l in. -nt occurred Inter Italy iittrht obii.in a larger portion of the pile. Minn i, t. iti i:s w n n him i: u i'i;c i: m i-okts tantinoplo, Jan. 7. The ruii,- I -1 1 li.it pel lit ii, illations have been I I Int.. between liiikey and li.il it. is iiiinniinccd are with. nit to,, Hh.ti. hi. i:vm svs i:ci: is imi'osmiu in. Jan. 7. -A statement maib iv the- Turkish foreign minis- -a rs flllllllv to dispose of III.' rumors. He dee lures unit n. v- he is minister will peace tie v.1 on the basis of the anti.xn- I'ripoll to ll.tlv. ws coming from Iilpoii con- be of small Importance and d In trilling r . oiinalsanc. s. . dispatch gives an unc.m- Ipof't ot a massacre of tne aruare-h bv ihe links lor tin 11 submission to tin- . nnnir nnnimiiiinro i n i inn h pi in hi IIUIVIL I IIUIVUUIVULU PREITUfl t Tl IlKlsll i ii:ci: is imi'osmiu i . I.'la . I. .da t. r aftj. (ie uivl .1 Will. irraiig tii.n nt vv.il , tini.i.s I is . ontrl A H.l fn i I 1 I V illaget-l ll ni r.v.iilli Italians. I I IT!.l 4S!:T I'M' l i il K 11V 'I Itlltl SMI I Trip. ili.Vli, ,n. 7 --Two battalions : , ov e! llljf ill, la. Inn. lit of e n g I tn-e i'a w h,, w re IL gag, .) in ci.nsl riid ing aj redoubt ai",ims vv i atiacked ti,:;iv tj" a large i,, ..f Arabs. After flu., hours id f,V .- itn. , ,,tit ill nous fighi itig fin' Al.. vnlnllivv Willi hiavv! I.. '.'f. Tli-Aj ! . 1 1. lis U ., Iwi ntv-orn j no II WolilldJi STRIKINGill RS HELD )R INT IMIDAT IOTJ ... I ' "-1 1 " t At I sant fo l.e sil,,i; miner- ll.nn tin ,.)( j, (ii( Alpha mint, n ..it l.nptoli. Col, .',),,' t.:,,,n were arnsn-d I'!,, r.. t,. night a ad 1 .,,,,,', , ( brought I,, lire 1 Tli. v ar-- ,b,i.- ,,, ed Will, a!!ell,p !.. III! Itlli'l.tf,- """ - , ', , ,, 1 1 liil i II llllliel VI . VI,. . ! ,1 to VV ... , I ' ,t II,,. mine i.lu li . h. Id also foi in-, , . sliifalion on i;,i ..I b.viiL'l .1. tail been in, pi,, a!.-, I !iiii,l' sb,!-. nu,r D' I , v . I . Ihe lllllie .,-l I'll v tilt, tit v hen I ie I i k. n v I l.ill.kfle.lis,. 4,l III, lil w as d.-sll .v . -I ft ft. -I I t.v f.re of niv-leVs "llgili. jet !C. ..Id Millet It I, . ill, led Jai't" .-link T. Mui l.te. I '.do., ll,. . Tolll Wl'l- 1 I., I .. !,. ... 1,1 li. ins. a., It, idol i V I lite 1 1 , ' i g g I ' !" ; v. , , - 1 1 1 , 1 I , , I I I. Ie li Mil III K tolilliv. v a, il. nil iliv. el t ll.-.f Ml fl.ell.Hie I IV .V 'l. li In -I, a,, l.h II. lb. loo . tb. tl.llli"V - I I, , wbldi Wis .Ktd ft. -in lb ct,,.' b I i..k. wh.l i.i, a f l.(, ...I. U.lil. ll. I, ll.'lll 1 iTl AND STATE PATROLMAN KNAPR WORK HAND IN I FIGHTS AGAINST HAND AGAINST DYNAM TERS Jury Biibing Feature of McNa jnara Cast; to Occupy Atten tion of Los Angeles County inquisition, PREDICTED NEW NAMES WILL FIGURE IN AFFAIR Complete Round-Up of Every one Concerned alid More F irst Degree Murder Indictments Aim of Prosecution, (II? Metmlng Journal Nprriul I i.-l Wire. 1 I.ns Angeles, Jan. .. -'I'le Jui.v briblnn phase of the M.'Xatnaru dvna lii It I liK case will neciipv the attcntinii c.f the eniinly grand jurv lunmrrnw again. Hnth the federal government and the Mate will work hand in band it is I announce,! to lay bare every fact oon- c ernlnif the connection, rorrespond- elice anil plans of John and .lames McNamara prior to the destruction of the Times plant in this city, and the dynamite explc sl.tlis In Seattle and the east. The names nf men who are said to have at.ke.l for the Services of the "wreckers" are tn be revealed If pos sible. Word rame from Warhlngtnn today Hint In addition to Hie evidence ob tained In this flty by Ihe federal grand Jury which closed lis dynamlie probe yesteiday the county Jurors would have at their disposal all nl Ihe facts assembled and yet to I"' gathered by the Kiivernmelil djnaniite cumpiracy probers tn Indianapolis. A complete round-up of allege, I dy namite conspirators bj' the county Is expei led In order that they should be prnveii guilty at Hie hands nt the slate where they would be punished mure severely than cnuld be the case umbr I, ail, uiai statutes. It was pointed out today by assist ants of District Attorney Fredericks ivfco Is i,,,iv in Washington, to confer Willi tlie president, that If the evi dence jet in be adduced before Ihe county grand Jury showed thai others hoi. I.lo Hie McNamiiras, M, M. nilgai. Schmi.H unci I'., plan were i nn. . i ne.l In the . uiispirai y for Ihe wholesale distinction of lives and properly the c.iiintj c Id lav murder indictments against all such pers.ms. important witnesses who lire expected In llll'i'W light belli upon Ihe alleged Jury hi b ItiH e liarges against Detective Frank lin nf Hie Mc.Niiinara defense and the Mispnt led activity nf certain persons toward spiriting away slate witnesses against James II. MeNiiiinu a before tlie cm ',', I dynamiter and his brulhor pleaded guilty, are .-xpe. t. d In arrive tomorrow. Smiic ale said In be coming ironi Chl,'m;o. The purpose of the biib.ry Imiiilry is to develop file ill fill It V of tile pel Soil who supplied the bribery fund, which Is alleged In have 1 n placed at the i lisp,, sitl of Franklin to corrupt Jurors In the McXamnis trial. I I di i:mox in iiwi: nit i i i' iti:iii:i o hi i i.m: i t mi Los Angeles. Jan. 7. The llrsl ses sion of the American Federation of libor com fid am at Washington to- tmirriiVV will receive ot.i.v tile in, re rcpurt tl-.il prat in ally J L'nii.omi was spclll in Ihe .'.i I, use of the SI, Xaiiiiil'as, a. c.iiding In Clarence Dar r i vv . Darr.ivt said In, lav that he wiiiild nave tin- complete report of detailed expenditure's i.-adv tor tin- Fed. rati. ,n later in the week. lb- declined tu discuss the report. W h.-n asked vv bat exp. 'tided 111 Ihe alll.illllt had beer, 1 1 iv w I Moycr- Ille th lelisc, of I'. Itllmrie trial bv iv hi. It he had , bar Dai row said a ppl nxilll at. $ ;tn ii. i, mi ll'i.tl, lie said, Ihe biMVJ Niiin 1 mis res- delavs III the polislblc lor lli. 'Ills. vv ilisburse. WXUH M.V 111 IMi ltlil l. Ill M M M. XI. Iliiluililipolis, In. I., Jan. 7 to o'clock tonight etrtie F MiM.ni gal, witness In Hie tc, brail grand jury's Inv est iga i u n nf tin- alleged dv liamite cnnspir ,, v h nl not arr'ived at tin le.l.-r.il budding. Ftntcil State Marshal S, iljtiidl and a s,llad nf de,, uties were" isolated on the leeonil tbtor of 'the building; vuuiiiii nr M.Maiii g.il and Iridlca u,.i,s were that ihev would be there I i , i , , . i :.- In . ii t llle III. M I to receive him. M Miiuigal's a i'i,rt nn m - v. . i , leadv ..r ll 1 1 n .ail', t.nlev. lie fill. iv. and rugs sen,!-laic, ollSt If. II. ile Willi. looms w ill, n. i.i ,..!. ill of vv Inch there ,,11 -a sleel ., is VI ' Ill .Maiugals future ,il-,,,. vvbile in dlali a poll-. .1 1.. MeMantgal ,,l T fall,, I ,,t I trite, a! I iv , ,1 daj and snllkilll l,l,.ru:.il .-on. bin learned in.u -i,-'. . pulv I l-ll I, t Al'el t,t I as A ll.'.eles. ! he ma II ,v I Tin. Ohio. II,. II,. lo I, lit 111! . V. a. h ot . i . tun pi b c bv in. lex ami til hula ! I, .11 t le ! -I , , ll,t s, l . s . ,t vv .1 - - - 11,1 for tin pi use. Ill Ion .1 il.. M.N. (..Illl.-.l I. ..I.IV. i ma 1 ii - win , d t, I,. I .a rm v I". . .'. t i, V ll, I. iv , Htm-! lit'll, .,1 IMC Jlirv t olli . I I, lie I be C, id lb. on-, 1 1 ... v a ii .1 a ll-' l lllle.t -II.- V I I , I pl pal llle, f h. Int.. - -- - I e.lora.te, .l,,ti-l IN-a.l. Jal, 7. Adv ,, , s llfol fllit. It. Ida! IV I titer J .l.ige Ada r oh. I. i.lo court of a d.iv i a r.-sult ,,f sfte-r-.l since b a i cur Hgo. Mr 1 I . ,1 II S III Ii' U ll-.ii pp. .. Is ., pat - w.-rtl Wilson -Mrs ol.i Hncl was a itii- .-.llill, llttllilj, JtlmM..UII. lie of Ihe eiitlv Peltiers of Ihe ill dlKlllit. I'liloind.,. Al I. lift was d. in,., rniic iiMtioiial i -tin ,nl atbi. GREAT ODDS TO LI Unfavuiable Symptoms Last Niht, Following Good Day Yesterday, Reduce Chances For His Recovety, WOULD-BE MURDERER ATTEMPTS TO ESCAPE Melts Handles Off Tin Cups in Effort to Convert These Into Saws; Offeis Bribe to Any one WIt-i 'A ill Assist Him, l!e-tllig l.a-y at 2:111) ll. ill. At 2 .in this nuirniiig the Morning .Imirnal was informed v, r tile telephone from SI. Jo seph's sanitarium ill,, t I'atrol II, u Knapp was resting easy, beiiii: asleep al t lint In, nr. He had a ouiiipar;itlvely unlet night n ml suffered little nr nn pain. This condition Indicate an ap parent change for the belter, ami it the wounded officer has n good day the chances for his recovery will, il is believed, lie about even. Felhivving an apparently giin.l day yesterthiy, which revived hopes of his ultimate recovery, l'alri'lnian Alex Knapp, who was shot by Fred J. Wat son, a drunken prisoner whom he wns escorting to Jail Saturday afternoon, suffered a siiIiuim Hd hue Ii last night due lo the reaction sotting- In. An Ir regular pulse and high temperatures Indicated cnijilteiitlons. His condi tion .luring Hie night was regarded as critical and the chances for his re covery Were colistdeled slight. Des pite the seriousness of Ills condition, Knapp, himself. 1'eflisen lo believe? Il8 may llle. lie has nialnlnlneil he Is going to get wt II. us he did a few moments utter he was shot. This tnci, i.iM Iber with his ii iiiaikable vl laln.v, I- a puint in his favor ami may yet pull him tliruiigh. Ill striking contrast to Officer Knapp, wlio lies prostrate nn a cut In St. .lull, nil's hoMiltal. attended by surgeons who are bending their ef fnrls fit save his llle, with n whltr cappt'd niir-n In wall on him und with his devoted wife tu cnlliforl and I'll ciiurace blm, Is Fred J. Watson, the man who In a drunken ficni-.y, shot the .illicit, pacing back und forth In the steel .age in Ihe county Jail vv lu re In' was taken u few hours af ter the tragedy. Watson Is sullen and tln.c in ii.t auur he has maintained ever since he regained culls. Ioiimiicss fol lowing his struggle Willi Knapp alter he had shut the policeman. In which lie v as eh. iked Into submission by bis wounded victim. W Ts( A l l I MI TS TO M MllO SAWS IN .1 VII, Uisl night it was learned from Deputy Sheriff Call. is Armijo, that W'atsini had taken the tin ups which the prisoners use trin k fi.un and had melted oil Ihe Iii, miles which he then iittcmpteil ft ma ii 1 1 1 n ,i in e Into saws with which lo saw the bins ol llle steel CURe anil make Ins escaiie. otlnr prisnncrs tiipeil nil Watson's efforts. Accord ing to Hi. -in, llle prisoner would work iiuliisli line Iv when the Jailer was lint present anil vv believer the guard vvunld appear Watsnti would throw hiinst ll . n bis bed and f.-lgn sleep. ..l only did Watson do this, accord In H to nther pi ismiel s, hut lie also of fered one of them a bribe of $l,(lia a. cording lo the story told Armijo. if he wo, ihl assist in gelling linn a saw from lb Ii i, I, w ith w hich lo saw his wav to hbeil.v. As a result ol' this discovery any utensil lluit might as sist Watson lo es, ape was removeel I rem ins i..uh and extra precautions vv.ie taken to guard the man. This i. pni tcd attempt .n Watson's part P. break Jail. Ihe officers assert. IS i'o tl.'bli". lie prool Ile Is a tbsiKTilte man and Ihe .(forts to barn of his past w ill now be n tbtlinled. Interviewed m the ja'l jesur.lay, W" .i.,.,o I. . voin I adiuH t Ing his inline Wa Watson, and Hint he was a nunc! and lab. .i.i. who came here Ironi , r, a. relic eil lo discuss the shoot ing or fiiilber laets as to his Identity, lie pi r-isti in Iv igiiof's bis. light wiln Knapp and tin- initial shunting anu all elf t lis lo g, 1 him ft talk nf this have thus far filled. .N',,1 mice has be admit!". I the .-Imolilig. Clin l ot Folic. 'I b. Unas M Mlllm. who sine,- Hie trag. ii.v nn S.iturilav af- telli.i.ill has worked llllce.isll.glv mi tl IS', I , a -1 in an i sent f li ft runs hrn.nl loir in laitb.r identity rd.-r f. I, arn w h.-iher a ! i-gnive r.n.k. I 'in" age- w is "- nt lo the p - in. i In t h. s. n ef ll, e W..I W. I vv h i ll, a iii par! in. nt ol l 11, In a polls, vv here icd the suitcase, I he xple-s receipt f T I !l:e firsl iind pra,"-.- thus lar as tn th" i bi.-f M. Millin r . . f nl ,v frn a Min- i - .In lied Ho llllport- ,, l , -ard to aisi.n. I -CIV l mil III HI It The pel,, ' 1,1,' VV IMI l Nltl lii l! M v. .1 k in, on I lie us ,n was lint m1'ii oiled in a sta te- ii i 1 e ni 1 1 1 he . 11 , Wat-In- I- Ct -.III. ...,,oty ji.il Kiiiird.tT . v ev uleii, e In their I,,- had a pal. and It 1 wen. an also was trnv If this latter fact l n has kept out of the whs Inst itute-1 all of yesterday mnd afraid -Inll 1 .- ,,e 111 'l .1 nig v lib hue ,u . the vv uni.i .-e. Si .il ll !,ii,t..v i,n:ht. ,-t night lor this other ninn and th wot, inn If there Ia onn. The scare tl up tn midnight had frovrel unsuccesa. lul. In '..nveraatlon Tterdv, Wfitar.il in n tusina la talk aleout hi arr. st re. msrk.it sevra tlmea: "1 mil not 1 tarn about lUat unul 1 iij t,i.iuaii,4