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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. IHi wiLSorT SCHOOL MASTER RATHER T This is Way Col, Henry Wat teison Sizes Up Governor Who Seeks Democratic Nom ination For President, LOUISVILLE EDITOR OUT WITH STATEMENT Candidate's Break With Col, George Harvey, Who Staited His Boom, May Eliminate Him From Race, Ml, Ylmntng Journal stterlal reused "tVlral Louisville, K.V-. Jan. 17. 'I'l'-'l " lin.l hoped I" find i" W.io.liow U llsmi .mother Til.l.n, l.ut ha,l found "rutn- ., school master than .1 "'?";" was Hi,- declaration of 1 1, nry A atler so.i, ll. veteran Kentucky editor am .s, u.h.-r,, democrat, in a st ate 1 en ,ade her,, tonight to the Associated Press, in connection Willi tlx- hr.-atv luv,eti Governor Wilson an.l Colonel , i. nry:,- Harvey. Itcgrclling that I must appear either aH a witness or a parly to the ininindeistundlng winch has uriae" between Colonel George Harvey ami Governor Woodrow Wilson' reads the statement. "1 shall have to eak with some particularity in order to he Jus', alike to the public and t, the prin cipals. Ill,, conference between 118 in my ai ailment at the Manhattan ('lull w is h-m to consider certain practical nions.ires relating to Governor Wil sons candidacy. Colonel Harvey stotoll t,-w:ir, Goveinor Wilson much as 1 ha,l st, I'd five and thirty years aya toward Mr. Tilden. This appealed to Colonel Harvey had brought the governor and myself together In his ,, lV Jersey home eighteen ninnUis ,'ig, and a t i ii ? pasHed he had in let csted nie In his ambitions. I was hoping 1 might find in Gov ernor Wilson another Tilden. in point ,,, .niello"! and r -alli l.ilitv, 1 ; "t think Colonel Harvey made no mi.-.-tilo In his choice of a candidate; buL the circutnslunct s leading to the 1111 ),.! tini.,1,- parting of the wajs be tween them leads me to doubt whcth ,1 in cliaiaclei- and tempcr.m.ent it mav be merely in the habits of a life inn. - -Governor Wilson is not nilhor a s, lioolma.let than a statesman. "I have from Colonel Harvey ami Governor lb-oil statements aceorl iii,. p, the meJiiorv of each toiiohina wiait ,;i 1 actually happen and was spoken on the occasion named. Thesd l inn materially (litfer. They cuin i,!,. v. 1M1 my own recollection. Noth ing of a discourteous kind even of an mil 1 iciully kind- passed during an mi. 1 w . v 01 more than an hour. 1'rom the 111-t. however, there was a certain con-tiaint in Governor Wilson's num ber, the absence of the cordiality and run, I, r which should mark hearty , nil, It nt :., I intercourse, intimating Hi,- exist, lu e of some adverse iullu- t nee. ' His manner was 1, utocralle if not tyiann, us. I did not take this to mv F' II but thought it related to Colonel Jl.u,y ,in, when Colonel Harvey, up-i-.lt .1 1 ; overcome by Governor Will-oil s ., uslel ily, put the direct tUeS ie ,i 10 Governor Wilsort whether the ' I'I'oi'' of ya.rper's Weekly was doing bin, an injury an, re, ei ed from Gov , riM, i- Wilson the cold rejoinder that it was, 1 was both surprised and Hi,, k, , I I tol ha, 1 my.-tlf, as far back as last . I. Mlggc.-led to Governor W1I-- k"ll that, ill view of his supposed , n , ii 1111 .cut. it might be well for Col ,iei llaixey to moderate somew h it tiio ia:!,er aggressive character of iiaip, i s weekly in the Wilson icad " 1 1 1 ( , . I am not sure that 1 had not :(,, as luiic!) to Colonel Harvey hiin- ,M 1l1.1t Governor Wilson with the least show of compunction, b"nl,; tApi-eSM or yield to such an ", 1,0,1 and permit Colonel Harvey 1" nsidt-r himself discharged from I n p.ition of trusted intiinaiy lie ' ,,l ,P to this mom, 'lit held, lelt me h'l room to doubt that Governor Wu-. 11 is not a man who makes com mon ,an--,. with his political associ ' ' ". ! ,.s deeply sensible of his po-lui-.l ,,1 ligations; because it is but 'i i .,. ; lair to say that except for ' , n. I llarvcv he would Hot be '11 t' .lining at all. I"iiel Harvey was grievously !',!. He hail been fighting Gov- Wilson'n battle for many eais 'i idealized his character. Ai 1 I was given no reason to sun nv. eii in ludfii in the disfav r In d t.lllen upon Colonel H; 1- I I .i rl, need a sense of soiiic- 'i i - . r, it.jch like Indignation bui In 1. t ,., 1 1 1, 1 coubl not rid myself of the 111. bleu. 1, 11 that Governor Wilson hai 1 - n i t.iving letters from Kentucky w' ' ,. I, enemies of mine who -' 1 tnroiigh his name and fain--. '', tain s,,ir,e ends f their own. warn ban againM nie and tn.tt to all ' ''mi. I sat 111 the same boat with ' ; "i, I II , Hey. I am in receipt of Governor Wil s 1 - n, run nt to the contrary. I viM this had reached me earlier. I li.ee ,li,r:l,- three Weeks f rewsp.t-i-r ,n,p riunty nf ust ,1 to print a ' r-' ,.ti ii,,. siibjert in the hope that p'M.le ,G might be roiuirctl anl lii ' s -iiie understanding . ottbl l '',,!. I have reason to believe t cb. ml H.trvey withheld his ' 11,,'in for the same cause and witli -.,u,e hop.-. It Li ing no longer ,;-:,.n t,, suppress the matter at '.- it 's mil m item, nt wh . h 1 make '! r. In, t a i,t iv. seems n.t .il il t a 1 .1,1 in, ... 1 1 i., I know l-due lv tbt "'a! pubb, , but mor,- osp.tialiy bv ,,.,,-- and body of ib-mM rats who " arnts'lv seeking a leader in nte.t. , S . , ' 'HKNLV WATTKKS, N.' i STATESMAN si I'll tltl I Jt WISCONSIN "ik--.-. JUn. 17. lb- l.rtaH M CXXXIII,, No. 18. between Governor Wilson and Colonel Georse Harvey has brought out the lender of the ' old Hryan strength in Wisconsin against the New Jersey man. Matt J- Kegan, one of the strong est of the old democratic leaders, to night issued a letter to John A. Ayl ward. of Madison, head of the Wilson campaign In the stte, deciarm that under no circumstances would he now aid in the campaign of the Xew Jer sey governor. Mr. Regan was at the outset a Wil on man. In his Utter tlegan says: "In the break with Colonel Harvey, Governor Wilson showed a discredit ably tendency to treachery toward the man to whom lie once gave the credit for his election as governor and his present prominence as a presidential candidate. The action toward Col onel Harvey is merely typical of a career marked by treachery to his friends. Personally 1 am for Bryan if he tan be persuaded to run." COl I.APSi: OK WILSON IIOOM SAYS I) II1.M AN omah.'i, Neb., Jan. 17. A confer mce of several leading Nebraska democrats today discussed the action Weekly in of the editor of Harper lakiiiL' from the head of ad of Its columns the mime of Governor Wood row Wil son as a candidate tor inn uemocraiie nomination for president. The meet ing was held In the office of Mayor 1 lab, man of this city and was of an executive nil I lift'. Mayor Dahlman after adjournment gave out a statement in which he ail- mitt. I that the action 01 i;,inor ii.u- vey vv thc cause of today s meei- ine,. The action of Mr. Harvey is the e,,in,osi. of the Wilson boom," declar ed the mayor. "Mr. Harvey Is by no means tin' first of the leading demo- clats w ho have been supporting Gov- , rnor Wilson to drop him. Democrats like Colonel Wntlerson. Coloid Hemp hill and others have fallen 0111 of the Wilson ranks Nebraska democrats have no can- dbbite to propose but i-.e ally are; opposed to .Mr. Wilson, having long! ago taken a stand against bis pension I ,...11,... 1 nt aoihoriv.ed to miens. I for Mr. liryan, but I know he Is op posed to many of- the policies advo cated bv Governor Wilson and I do not think this leading Nebraska n will support him f, r the presidency." What further action democrats will take the mayor declined to discuss. SOCIALISTS SEE, E Present Resolution in National Convention Asking Their Party Be Recognized as Friend of Working Class, It Mrnln Jnnrnnl "nri-tut l.rnmra Wlr.1 Indianapolis, Inch, Jan. 17. Alter Ihe convention of the 1'nlted Mine Workers of America, had gone on rec ord today as favoring government ownership of industries, the socialists: among tlv thirteen hundred delegates launched a resolution endorsing their parlv as "the political party of the working class," but It met resistance, j Stormv debate occupied the afternoon j session and the question went over tin- i til tomorrow'. Action also was deferred on a res- ( olution i.roviding that the Cnlted I Mine Workers should withdraw from the American Federation of Labor. eoodeoinlnir ihe National Civic K dor- I atioii as an agent ol capitalism m sharply criticizing Samuel Gompers, loin, Mitchell and other leaders of i,'.wi..r-,iion ot Labor I' i" ru, ! tion with the Civic Federation. Pecaiise the constitution of i-oit..,l Mine Workers stipulates til, it shall he non-political, the resolu tions, committee reported it non-eon- enriid in the resolution committing the organization to the socialist l rty i ,.,.,1 offered a substitute ,1" iring ; o,,lv "it would be well if workers would unite on the political as wen as the Industrial field. , , . ,,, . ,,1,, ,,f rrotetinir nga list the campaign ot ... i .v.. ......... i, t ion tbe socialists in the oiiveiitlon. -ouri miners declared the delegation "coubl not pledge the Mine Workers of America to any political party " Antagonism to the resolution pro vhtintr for secession from the Ameri can Federation of Labor appeared in both the conservative and the so, la I -ist ft, lions. The resolutions com mittee was instructed to group pro post., I measures advocating the trans formation of the Federation of La bor from an assoclHtion of crafts unions to a general industrial or ganization, each of whose member." could be d, pi n, b d upon the other to co-operate with it in strikes ts-.t,..i,,i Gom'-crs was characteriz ed as a "reactionary by Thomas Lewis former r.alional president L. i of the miners. ...... t is Ion- as Gompers l at the head t the fo.h-rPtlon P will oppose the Knral Indu-trial r contr-is'ed with the s union bio,-- hr said. ranizat ion as parate t r-tft" FORMER CONFIDENTIAL mum nvr TO TTQTirY i L'VII L- W I 1 , -- ii-v... i t "hi, ar-., Jan. 1 " New nt t w IS ;.,bl,,.l to the t -in I of (he r Co,.a.-o A- W-.il. ,f Morris pr, par- d . .1.1. lid in s w,t- pa, k r-t to.'av w! cu "A o fortm-rlv a trust..! ,.ii,pMv an, I eolol.allv arHv I ,1 hel to take the stand a' tints as one of the -I ih I'Tiim1 tiees. Wall was formerly Lmn for M.,tr s an t cu-panv a ... lo.ee an intimate kn" b !i mir I,, I Is 1 lg,. ot ;afd the pa.k. rs' (.mines no Goals. It is .peole, that tl- "ill test 1 1) . iiHer t, ,110,1 r,v or Fri.I tv. H.irrv A. Timn.ms. , hi'-f ,1111 , ant for Morns and om :ny. the s'H'o' a'l day. T,mmir. sai l the pre s t and oleomargarine fin. tin let ... ... o.:,Ue tltff i-r.-iot- of ,,r bid." at tint' " 4 -, i t ,it hundred pounds in figuring toe rest of b-ef. .1 ..... CI, ,u,n,l. of "A t -.-re ot-tain- .A f,, h .icr and the w. igttt -f NDORSEAAENT OF MINERS hidts aversged r-..in,:s. Timn.tns test If .l. ALBUQUERQUE, GOVERNOR HARMOM T AT FARGO Tells His Auditors Why Demo crats Should Win This Year and Accuses Republicans of Gross Extravagance, l Br Mornlnc Journnl Kprrlnl I nurd Wire 1 Fargo, N, 1 ., Jan. Abandoning- his set speech on tax reform. Governor Judson Harmon of Ohio, who was the guest of honor of the Northwestern democrats in confer,. nee lo re tonight talked democratic politics, telling his1 audi, nee his reasons why he thought! the democrats coubl win in the com ing campaign. He re-, rained however from making any reference to his own presidential candidacy. Governor Harmon criticized Presi dent Tuft and the repindicaii congress for what they had done uit.i the ta riff and accused the republicans of gross extravagance. In beginning his nihlro-s by refer ring to the badges worn by Ihe North, western democrats with the words "Get together," he said: "Get together In su,h a way as to attract those affiliated with other parties but who believe as we do." Governor Harmon said the demo crats had labored under ; handicap which caused them many defeats In the past. First, th'To was Die senti- merit against tnem ouring uie war; next the republican press orators with great ability mad, people believe that u demo, rati, tory means bar, I limes. civil and the vie- "Kven President Tuft had made the statement that the hard times which began in 1SH2 and which reached their worst In lxiill, were caused by the Wilson bill which w as passed In 1X94, he said. "The truth of tile matter is the worst tariff bill ever passed was the .McKinley bill, passed in ls'Mi, and I don't know why they did not sav It caused the hard times except that they wanted to load It on the demo crats. The Dlngley bill passed In 1X97, was worse yet but within ten ytara from Its passage at a time when thwre was not even a democratic Jan itor in Washington, we had another hard panic." Governor Harmon left Immediately i after the speech lor Columbus and the ban,iiet planned for him by the I North Dakota liio club was ran I celled. CLEAN BILL GIN Protests Against Kansan's Ap pointment to Supreme Court Bench Investigated and Found Groundless, (It Morning Junrnnl HMrlul I nl Wire.l Wasbingt, n, Jan. 17. The protests aga Inst the appointment ,,f Judge Vn- mi v. , k n. .,-.. ... prt in,, court of the I n it. ,1 Ma ics, to succeed the late Justice Harlan, hn . f i.ci n Invest lir '"d by Attorney Gener- a) Wu kersham and round groundless. rio, p, no i tl.-i i n tu wore based 1 1 1 1, ,11 ALUS POLITICS JUDGE HOOK Di WIGKERSHAM that Judge Hooks decision in in,- mi-adu- homa two-cent railroad rate case. which he held eolifis, alorv. I i i- I ...I.,.. I I....L-'s ttl ,1,, in oin , o i, ,i ,?,.,,. , " record retiited. In tin- iudginetit ol the anornev general, ine , narge ui, Judge Hook was too conservative. e ,, ... ,,,, mean t n,i, j tinge , ts.,,, the (orcmosi eandldales for the su- pieme court vacancy, hut the pr.-fc.- ... t it I v-a d, , ir t, has not vet mad, the selection. up his min I to L Frederick H. Pierce Critically III in Trinidad Hospital; Fears For His Recovery Are En teitained. liebtl IM.outeh II. Heroin J,Htritl 1 La- v,Pa-. n. m . Jan. I7.-Fred- ,.,),. k k M. Pierce, pirn ual owner of" the Agun Pur:, cm nrtv, wbi, h ttwns ! the water supply svslem of this titv.; bii'ld.-r of the million dollar Cam- I li. bl Irrigation project and largely in- I ten stod in the development of north-; eastern New Mexico, is tri'hully III' ,11 a hospital al Trtn,hil. Colo, ar,tl( leais are entertained for his re, overy. t Mr. Pier.e, who went to Denver h ! m k ago. was b,kh suddetilv ill on, the tran whit returning home and was removed to a ho-pital on the; train's arrival at Trinidad. A t-e- ; gram summoned Mrs. Pierce to bedside. Word tonight In th ,1 ..-ndiiit.n is regarded as alarming his - ) i ir,r i n-niHs ' ..i-i,.-.He tt. PNEUMONIA MAY CLAM WEALTH AS VEGAS MAN Cleveland. Jan. 17. At a nM likely for month, meeting tonight nt W.si.in I'cservel p. presentai iv t -" ilr.er t.f New Tor I'niv. riv uii,r the ;e,l ,f the !dratt,ng bill" f -r American riiiLiinT Cleveland bi.troh t,f the A merit a n j ,j ,, at M. n v'lt.v. lrne. Tokio I't at e S.i l"iv, ihe p.ndii,g arbitration i 8 r, Hankow. treat:-, wt-re t oiometoled. Amn j ltbor riimmii' pprnveil Mil to the si.eakers wire I:, preventative j rente t hiblrn' bureau in commerce David J. r- si.r of Vermont and For-land laltor department. j liter n, y no r p. t.r.f re'-'i, e J .men T- of Mtrtmrot.i. NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, HOMESTEAD . LAWS NEED REVISING Tl Mr, Borah Severely Arraigns Interior Department and For est Service in Course of Sen ate Debate, DECLARES SETTLERS ARE INTIMIDATED Favors Taking Conservation "Down From the Skies, Call ing Off Hounds and Taking People Into Confidence." lBr Mornln Journal 8prtnl 1aid Wlr. Washington, Jan. II. The interior deiiuilment and the forestry service; were attai ked In n tiebal in the sen- ate today by Henator lluruh ol luano who ndvocale.i a general reniodelll and liberalizing of the homesttad land lavvs. Mr. llorah suggested reducing from five t'l three years the Utile after en tering it ml before proving up that set tlers should he allowed to leave their homesteads tu turn a living while complying with the law as to resi lience. Mr. liorah urged that title should lie given as soon as the applicant made proof. He said there was fre quently a delay of from ten to twelve years In getting title to homesteads on reclamation lands, often compell ing settlers to abandon their land. Mr. Bora h contended that settlers In the national forests were at Hie mercy of the ft rest rangers. Senator Heyburn of Idaho, wanted a land court established. Senators Wurren, McCumhor, Clark (Wyom ing), and Dixon, said the great trou ble was with the administration of Un laws. Mr. Dixon said that eighteen months ago Jtl.lUMI.nilil a, i'e in Mon tana were withdrawn r tb !"ippot- t ion 'that they covered coal 1 no .-flort had 1 ecu made to ,s, elt. tin Un preem-e of the mineral. Mr. Clark complained of delnvs transmittiiiu letters within th inler- lor department. Senator Smith of regarding Michigan Fpoke feelingly the activity of meddlesome employes t,f the Interior department. I wish." hi. exclaimed "lhal th, exclaimed interior department could have pte tidlng over it a man with sufficient character to do what ought to be done. There are thousands appealing while the department Is as dead as a stone wall to the sense of etiiltv and duty that should pervade thai depart ment." Admitting some of the ituirge again.it the adminlsirallon, Mr. llor.in still contended that much responsibil ity rested upon congress for the amendment of the laws. He declared that 1 15.0110 American eitir.ens ha I been given to Canada last year be cause of the greater liberality of the dominion laws. lie favored taking conservation "dow n from the rkl, s ' and said conservation bad not reduc.-d the price of lumber. Amid laughter Senator Nelson de ed;., red that evl, billy there was no exchange of views between the gov trninent ati, lumber dealers when the effort was made t, put lumber on the free lli-t." Mr. liorah bitterly complained of the activity of the special agents f the general land ollhe, who. he said, "resort to every technicality that a hungry an, devilish policy can sug gest, to trap the settler." "Let us call olf the hounds,'' lo added, "bring back our special ag. !:' and take the I slead.-rs in on, confidence." THE DAY IN CONGRESS. Till'. SI A TI- In session at 2 p. in. Lorlmer Inquiry adjourned until to morrow because of Attorney llanecy's i"ness. President Taft submitted a nit ssagc on covf-rnmenl economy. Mb-eellaneoiiR considered. Inv estiuatlou vester company bill on the calendar f International Har urged by witnesses before rules committee. I Secretary Meyer before Interstate j commerce committee advocated gov ernment construction of t , ent -' vv t is'tpplv Vessels 1,,r the Panama canal, llhroiigh which the tb't would be sent (regularly as a part ol the -irlll t x-r- I eises. I Civil service commission heard nd ' oeates of nit old age pension tor gov ernment employes. I .Mr. Cummins of Iowa, declined to dls, iiss reports he won I.I be a prt si- 1 ,. tlenital candidate Iowa delegation in congress to meet on subject later. Interior ilepartm, nt critlclied in debHte on land laws. Hishop Itowe of Alaska, before ter ritories commit', e, recommended public health .,,,ioiiion In Alaska. Adlotirned at t '' p. m. until 2 m. Thursday. hii; ihu si. Met at noon l-:nl ire st ssi. devoted to rending tiotiiie melange and , bride bill. IKS IDAHO SENATOR n"if president s " W.tvmoiitb. Mass . D. no.i rats plan ,ron nnd steel rati- Iron Saturday. h tariff discussion A,l..,irrie, at 4 t p. m., until noon iTbursday. JANUARY 18, 1912. THOUSANDS GREET L E His Eminence John Fa i ley Rides Through Continuous Lane of People Extending For Four Miles, IB Mnrnlnff Jtturiuil Hun-liil 1 tnnvA Wlr 1 New York, Jan. 17. I nominal ion tonight of St. Patrick's cathedra I vv II h lllty thousand electric lights strung to the very tops of the two gnat spires, ended a memorable day of ovation for Cardinal John Farley on his return to America as a newly t re lated prince of the church, j It is estimated that tin fe-ipia 1 1, is 'of a million people saw his eminence driven from the Hattcry, where lie : landed, up Proa, Iw ay and Fifth ave nue to the cathedral. So unbounded was the enthusiasm of manv who sought to kiss his ring lhal niouiMed nolice were obliged to chmge the throngs repeatedly. Dressed In his scarlet robes. the 'cardinal rode in an open carria-ie through the lane of people extending more than four miles. At the cathedral it was only bv force that way was made for him (through the crowd. Six thousand chil- I ( r,,n-H voices were raised III the Te j 1 ll'lllll as he entered. In thanks for line welcome his Imminence spoke I "h great feeling i and delivered the . u,enjo,,s.n , t ,,,,- i ope Plus X "Coming now from his sacred pres ence," he said, "and alter several pri vate audiences ill which he opened his fatherly heart as to a loving son: and after hearing that voice which seemed to speak In tones of Inspira tion in public consistory proclaiming to the world fearless denunciation el the schemes of the church's enemies, 1 have returned with a confidence more full than ever before thai God haw nbieeil In the ehlllr of Peter a toun utter t'lirlMt'H own heart, to meet the needs of the times. "Not only, is thai feeble old man calm and untroubled, but It seems that his placid insist, -lice is founded on the profound faith of tin, saints strong in the belief that Ootl Is with him and his church as he had promised he ever would be." MORSE'S RELEASE IMMINENT If Condition Shows End is Near It is Stated President Taftl Will Commute Sentence of Banker Convict, llv Mnmlnir Jiairiiiil Nimm-IiiI I-phncH Wlrp-l Washington, Jan. 1 7 The ,U,stion of the immediate eommutalloii of the sentence of Charles W. .Morse again stands In the balnnce. Surgeon Gen eral I'orney of the itriny consulted by All, lin y General Wi, kersliMin as ; whether Morses condition now Is d,-s- Iperate made a report to tile attorney I general late today. The attorney general's opinion will be l.ll.l before Ihe president. If th," en, I seems Imminent it can be slnt.-d the pr, sldi-nt will commute the sent- fataTeSosion Four Men Known to Have Been Killed and Another is Believed to Be. Dead; Only Ones in Col liery at Time. llT Mrnin( J.,ornl Nprrbtl Lesttl Wlr. eiiiral Cilv. Kv . Jan 17. Four persons are known to have I u kill ed and another is believed to be dead as a result of an explosion In a mine of the Central 'itv "oal and Iron com pany about a o'clock tins Mltertiooli. The explosion occulted Just utter the tiny men had come out. 1 ,rk nme ..me hundred men usually re at in the mine, i.ui tin- explosion soon alter the day shift tool out Mild bet. -re tie lilghl lion .n.. down. Tb" live v it Inns wi re t-vtr.t work. , -. niral foal ..ml Iron ... ..I k lllg is llo ol the plopcr- ...iiiL i onsolnl.tled with -ix- I bad tng The t. , ,i IS ill Kel 'O'kV bv ihe Dii- p.,nt interests. TTEMPTS TO IMPUGN WITNESS' CHARACTER i. At, gel. s. J.i II Acre put "M IT - S. vt r.,1 wlt tb. tand l.v th 11,,. I of Part II. tamlte eonspira l.i ili,1''.lgll the I,-. 'I Parks and ro .1. lei,". ' 'or, lo-' I lb II, g.d d attempt tor. . h. r J..-P who. in ,l.r of J M ti J !l-h..p. t. bile i-C ...,,r,tv tbte. tiv.s. ,.,t,tig Willi union pr in, i.a I ev bb-rtct tol 1,1 l.ir.tl that the rt p p.rks arid lltshop ;,e leitmotiv eon-,i-t,,slv given bv the ro- n. t.t.tjttned tb against the ,1.1, The witnts b t, tailor, f t'f'h were bad and t irarv to lb it pr. ib tt y ives. GARDINA BACK FROM ROM HI KENTUCKY COAL MINE 1!) .Mail, oO KNEW OF DYNAMITE CONSPIRACY IN 1909 Indianapolis. Jan. IT. Statements that certain men knew about the al leged dynamite conspiracy as early as October, 19, Ml, bin that their Infor mation was withheld for purposes of prosecution, came to the nitenilou ot the federal grand Jury today. The lint beam,, known through Ihe story tol, by John llalfman, a saloonkeeper. A, cording to I la II i, 1. 1 n n room rented al Ins saloon bv strong er, was used as a meeting place l,,i the men who ble.v up a building un der ,-ontsru, lion bv Albert ,,n Spreckclsen, all "open shop" con Ira, -tor In Indianapolis. tine of the visitors at Halman's place was iden tified by .Mrs. Alia Hawkins as n man who just b, fore the explosion told her "to look out lor a hii, noise." Impressed Willi what be bad learn ed Charles A. book vv alter, then mayor of Indianapolis, later said he urged Uie police to ouestion this man as to who w as ColK el'lied in I he ,l liailll! lug, but 11,, prosecutions resulted. CHICAGO PACKING PLANT SCORCHED Chicago. Jan. 7. Kiie attacked the office building ,,f S, !iv,ii'l,s, 1,1 Id A Sul.beiger juM belofe Hie piicMni; plant was close,) to, lav ami lhrea,ued I Ihe entire plain. I'ear that Ihe lire Pwoiihl reach Ihe , tun pa tiv s chemical I laboratory and spread ruin broadcast prompted a general alarm. The flames, however, were confin ed to the Upper stories of the olti, o building. The loss was about JJ.",,i"i'i. TO OOST 11 STONE ARMIJO INTERVENES IN ELECTION CONTEST Believed Case Brought in Su preme Court May Pave Way For Long Series of Suits By Defeated Candidates, (Mari'lid ll,t,h la the Mnrtilng Journal.! Santa Fe, N. M ., Jan. 17. L. owt-n, who was defeated for u plare on the stale corporation commission owing lo a blunder In Hie priming o. biM name on Ihe official ballots In two colonies at thu recent election, this morning. In Ihe supreme court, lib ,1 a petition lor a writ of quo war ranto calling upon H. II. Van stone to show cause why be should not be removed from id flee. The petition, which was presented by II. 1 1. Terrell, attorney for Mr. Owen, will come up, II is expected, at an early session tu the court, which convened today r,,r the first time since the new Justices qualified. tin behalf of G. W. ArmlJ, other of the , l.leatc I canill, biles for Ihe ciporution commission, Attorney Thomas It. Catron filed a petition ot intervention in the tiweii-Van Stone case. It Is uiiibrstood that Mr. Cal- ron w lll st t up a claim ol Hand in the recent , SO of tiles, ciliated mil corpotat Ion llfvcd that rctlon and that by n-a-frauds his client was of the position on the commission. II Is , 11 Ihe result of the Al'- I ot,.l inlervciilion will dept-mi woeiu- er or mil will he i n large number ol coin. sis led by ,1,-teuled candid. ties III III,' recent election. Mr. for oil let Catron, il is said, In ins aiguiiiccs will raise nil the pull, Is (hat could I"' raised by any of the iiiisiicct-ss.nl can didates. The interests r Mr. Van Stone In (he contest are to be looked all. r L Mr. Nelll II. Field and II Is understood that th.- d.teiise. it iik .it other things, will raist Ihe point that Ihe supieme court Is without jurisdiction i Upon I he , ase. 'llo- sum, ine court held its Hist session ibis morning and adjourned W it II I, ,ni, tr.uisaclin. any i.usm. ss. .t. noiiow's session. II Is iiiiu.i s, .,.,. IHI, libel O, llseS Will be s'I l"l heal I Tb, Ilea II a, (Ion of Ihe defeat, d audi, late III Intervening Van Mollc contest case r. pule in In1 t l , II I as son. tiling ol a sorptise in Ics litre. Ii has long that a number ol I,.- tiled, among litem pollll been uit.sts .tie to eal ,11 know n were t lest the light ol Justice Haulm ot, (he .111,1,1111' bench, but I w a. nnd, rslood Ibitl a m, III, ,. I ol pro. e- dtire was to be dltlelcllt. A t,i the plans, as outline' b lit i, a 1 w isc ones. I he pla n 1,1 in k contests agalnsl h members .., Hie I. Kblntur healings before the bgislali ...Itt.-.s the lo.tlolllV of the 1 ,l ding Hie l-o wa.' to n o. rail, I I e , olll nemliel s .., u lii, I, would iiect ssarily be repub licans, and II t V l.letiees ,,f Hand were d. v eloped, lo use this e basis I"! col, tests 111 against oltio.ls in lb.' boll, lal .1" p. I tint Ids Id. -lice IIS t II' Ih. .uris Iltiv e III. in, nt The two houses ol the b'glf ,e j.,1'1-- latlir. dl, I lo aga lie of l-e. lo, I e . Ill , ontesls brought a li, .1" m ,, l h, r , x would P. t til ,W 11 ,,i,llll'l 1 1 1. I' 111 I. w . 1 . pe, t ilig (toll the-. .litest. III' ,1. The I. it Is ,md ed al H, h'gl.-i,,!,,! I..S- .'t ., , 111 be ,',."ll,,ll. ag. .tun ,. rs ol llo- tb-lii". rati, pa, , .loo.l ale not al all a I. it m- pi ,ej,, i t ,,( l otHl-.S II, , ,1" king the ground lhal tb. W f,.-,,,l,ers III , tiler I. ""-', so.., 'I eons. re h"'i u lib 1 he p., Ill I. ,1 ad, ..Ml , , lilt, II lo if, I n, lo Ho ,. . V. 1,1 HI V of the lb tut. I p.iltv . IT-I'l' " M 111 I' ' . s,,l o, I'l Illoill,, l, gl-l;,!"l - lie ilo ir i ..ni it ii. i i - ,- a st pr. . ".bugs in. ,1 I" - ,1, (.,,. p W ,-e ,, tl, III! t ., II . ol," (.a! I 1 1 , ii coiiiiiiilt. . and I'.' i, - point out l to, I it w ill l o:i . ,i i lo- r publi, ans I ru in, , tt ,t they wi- n.,1 ,,bi,s n advantage should tint oil- .1. mot rati,' m. nib. rs. ..Id lole thai the - ptll.l,, alls ,il Willi Jot III, ll miM I i"U tlW.II til Slol.e contest. ''- oigbl i.v a d. tal. should it , lire, tlv I" the lliscotnllllire ,. Tie us t .H t.,l bv that partv. eat S, It I- htle b Of the me I r result ol ..IV Ih.- r. I.I,. ,,r.s po.iil out t nat t n. .1..t,o. ML but "o U - I 111 ll.lt, II, . on. rung t.t ih. I. hum 1 tit-s. It ' r si OWE FILES ACTION tents a Moiilli; Single Copies 5 CYiu,. Ily Ctui-lcr, 00 Cent h Month. 1 ACTONS Y Jote of Warning From United States Clings Selfish Politi cal Agitators Suddenly to Theii Senses, PEOPLE ANXIOUS TO PREVENT INTERVENTION lengthy Confeiencn Held ut Palace of Piesident Oomez Resulls in Reaching of Ami cable Understanding, I Itv Morning .li.tirnnl Nprrlitl T,navd Wir.f Havana, .bin. IN. t'olluvv ng a pro longcd conference at I 'res, b in Go Inez' iialaee whlih did not con, hide until alter I o'clock this morning, It was announced that nil the elements had reached an uinb-rsta tiding to unite In a policy lhal would remove iiny excuse i,r intervention on the pail n Ihe I nil,', I Slates, After Ihe conlcr, lice Genera! Ku.u l,lo I let i, and, . said It was reall.ed thai Uie I 'tilled Stabs had acted ill the best Interests of t'uba and as Ihe truest friend ol the republic. The persons summoned to meet the president were General Llllo Nunez, Genera! Manuel l- Allonso, Colonei Manuel Aranda ami Colonel Ualvoifi, representing the veterans; General Ku.cblo licrnaiid,-., president of the M igucllstas: Governor -Ashen of Ha vana; Allretlo Zayas. vice iresldenl of Ihe republic, and Knrlque Vcliinu, Gcliella Krcyere and Hade and Anto nio Gonzales) Lttniia, the conserva tive lenders: Miguel Coyulu. Wlllrctlo I'lirnaiide., edilor o, Id Conimert-lo; Colonel Grestes Kt-rrar, president of Ihe house of representatives and Dr. Antonio Gonzales Pereic, pltfSlitcnt pf I lie sena lo. , ' The Hhock of the receipt; Tue,lny of news of possible Intervention by the I'nlled Stalen was iiiucnetbttl l,y u feel ing of relief consequent upon tlio general liiiprcsslon that the Knox note was nuclide, I merely as a citu lion similar to President ltoosevelt s leil, -r to Koimer President yuesatla tin, I not as a threat to proceed m extremes without iuriacr provocation. Tills feeling was enhanced by en couraging nil. ranees of various pub lic men. Ihe Impel ul, patriotic tone of llo majority ol the newspaper tind the general belief I hat the v eterans' campaign is practically dead In the, face of Ihe peril mount Ing Cuban (Ti ll, pelldell, e. OTi: II S SI III Ntiilll AID POSITION or .omi:z Waslilngloii. Jan. 17. Presldelil Gome.'s position will be made much re secure by the warning Issued tsttr,lav by the state department in the opi 11 of III,- olflclnlH here. It Is held Unit ihe threat of Interven tion will go far towards, relieving the Cuban presldelil of his apprehension lhal Ibis government was about to In augurate another period of occupa tion. Lor some lime President Gome, has been contemplating dealing for cibly with an clem, ul In Culm thai seeined determined to IMce Us will upon Ibe eveculltc and congress hi defiance law. To undertake to bllng these people lo terms bv oi,e Involving the ar rest ami p.rbaps Hie ktlliu- ol some ol Iheiii. might be r, guided by the I tilled Slates as an evidence ol levo I, in,. ual, ,, i, II, leak which would com pel an I Intel v, ntb.n. Ky yester- , lav's den land upon Come, lo tarry out the , oloMl'lltlolutl I'.oaranlees the I nil, , I Si.His gov. re mi-til vittually has gli, I, 11- a-;'ent 111 advance lo MIlV diastn ui, a uies President GomeX in , ,. , , , ., II, ,1 a poll to lake While -till col, II. lent there will I" I", cause I.. I' lllllll ll'V I, I. IV ,1,1 IOII III fill,., tb. general slat, Is laving Its plans whclcbv an alc,late lolce ol Hoops coil ne thrrown lino Ihe ,,ln- , ii,,, l Cuban purls in a fortnight at the outside. MLXICWS lll.l.ll i: I lllti: X I I N AIIK XNTI D M.ni.o Civ. Jin. 1 7. Mexicans generally appear., I today to believe ihe I mi,, I Siatis is wholly unjustl II, , in the thic.tt lo Invade Cuba again. I.ui., Siiiil.tiii.iria. the Cuban charge iln.t. mis ill a public slitte ii, cut tie, but, I Hi, re Is no occasion t,,l Int, rv t lil ion 'since t'uba Is nt peace ami all ilasses of guarantees arc assured." Manuel I 'gat le, : c. Icbl al, ,1 poet o( Itueno I.S. IloVV ill .MlXl'O, ll" has gil'l'd m let n.l 1 iol'., I it. , lice tot' his advo. "I a .loser union of I .at ill - A n i, r i, ui ,, lues, commenio! ,,,il.l,. , ,.n lb,, ..in, ii. .'I,- insist ed III,,, "lb. 1 tilt-d Slates will eMt lid Its bands 1,1 111! l.alin-America." a.Muig ,1,1 all I ;,i a- V tool i, an ii.i ii,, ns -I Id pi' I -are Hit ios, Ives by no, ml. ,,,, n I p. act- at home Snd a -ii . ni in. ruck' . , i.iO'inn relations I., i,-. 1st tb.. tu, i, ,v, it, Hide aggression ,,t ti, - empire whi, h li. .in. s i, i imi'ticg umbr Its imn I ,, ,1,1' I ,1 t b . vv v ol id." EXPECTS CONGRESS TO AOJOl'RN EARLY IN JUNE lbi.iiii,,,.,,ii .lan 17 "There Is no a-or ml, ! v congress cannot I,. Imle all 'is business and adjourn tt,,. tosl w.tk In Jun." said Stu ,.r l-m,i'l oi I'tah. today. "If e kept tort longer than ttiHt time .-re -Kid I a political reason for It. bate beard it said the demm r Uie nv. r i on was s nt to P.altlmore ,t tin demotrata in ct.tteres could tend ibe .t.nvtctlon vi h:!e t ..r,rrt.sa ,s si ill in e-iin.' DIFFERENCES FORTHWITH