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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
JjjJnJoURTH YEAR. Vol. CXXXIII., No. 20. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY, 20, 1912.. 1!) .Mail, 50 Cents a Month; Single Copies 5 Cents. My Carrier, IK) (Vnu a Miinlh. .TTTrtiiiiinTnui crrc ii nuum i- 1 1 1111 irr.i IIUU.lll llMli I Lit I ULLU TROUBLE AHEAO IF CHINA IS DIVIDED Tie United States Government Will Make No Move Until Af ter Consultation With For eign Powers Interested, plea FOR RECOGNITION MARKS SERIOUS CRISIS Siate Department Inclined to L Follow Traditional Policy of Maintaining Impartiality Be- . , C-irdinne ; recognition of llle Chlnr.sc . iblicii.is signed by WaiM J-hnnK v was received i-y til.- stilt,. .1. m'meiii today. 11 is regarded ns I' rltin- n risi's '"'I""'1- " I n,Kutiatinns now going on in " " for ihe restoration of peace , die distracted country lor tJi,- de n f !' !i"'1'' J'lrtnient upon hnul'l"'! is certain to h:ivp great in I",,,,,,',: upon other powers interested in the situation. ,, ,fl probable the st;it- department .-11 not imv in .the matter until it !' conf.rr.il with powers. ' The sounding process may In' con duoi.J through tlu- diplomatic repre senlalhcs of the powers at Pekln, Wh. judgment up to tills point linn iniln. ii.-.-il Ihe powers in all that has !,.,, done in deiling with the Chinese sit n 1 1 i, n. With same regret the otficlals here reeoiiiiize tin H'owing probability of a division of China as a result ot to day's developments. They hop'. how ever that the scan-nation of the north (nan the south which is expected s i will not he permanent, hut that the livo scilinns mav he combined un der one government, us a result of the deliberations of the national oii ventlmi. K.uly action upon the appeal . tiot expelled, but in any event ths Plate cjt'iutiiu nt is determined there shall be no departure from the policy that it steadfastly has pursued, of inain- Ulnii.j I'i.'SollUe in, pal li.ility lielweell the tie lions in China. Ansdi.n i: ahdh a i io ()' M WCIIl S PFM WDl.H Nanking, Jan. II". The Uepnbli cnii unveriiii.ini today sent an appeal tn tin- powers for rcregriltioti. This took the Infill I..' a circular which was Mil to Washington, Toklo, London, Paris, Merlin and St. I 'elershurg and Yam i-iiri d by Wang Chum,' Wei, tile fir. Iu:i minister cf the republican 1-i.biliet. The terms of the circular are us follows: "Tic Maiiehu government haying entered into negotiations with the IvpKl He of china fur the purpose of a! d i atiiiK its entire seivorign rights, IKiwers aii,i privileges we fervently pray for recognition in order to avoid a ilis'.i.stt ,mis i hi . i t'oiiguiti. is'iinu-di WANG CHCN'ii WKt. Foreign .Minister." It ;i i.-.i now to he absolutely crl.cn that fighting between the Uev "liiliotiists and the Imperialists will lie resumed nn i hi' morning of Jan uary 2s, unless premier Yuan Shi Kal ennenies th,. demands of the repub-lie-in Ki,viii mi nt. 'Muse ii, . ni. , nils, which were tob--laaiilie.i t,,.i i,, I'reinier Yuan s'hi K.,i at J '.U in. are very drastic and Hd.stallliallv us follows: 1. '111.- abdication ni' the throne mm the surrender of the sovereign I'l'tt, rs are demanded. -'. .No .Vlatiohu mav participate ill the provisional government of China. !. The eapital of the provisional '' riaiient , i, mint be established at I'-kin ' I'iMiii. r Yuan Shi Kal cannot pari i i ( . in ti,,. provisional govern ni.ia ,,f "ii imm the republic has ''"ii r. ,,i-ni.. ,l l,v the fun-inn pow T" and Hi.- eountry has be.-n restored 'oJ"..e and i;, no,, ny. Tie! n . ,i. , i,, ,( , ti,,n l,y the re-ii--a. ,ii L-.,-, .in m, m s ,u,. to Pr V in si,, Kill's demand that I'r. ",Jn V.-.t , n i. stmi the presldi ncy ;! in it t ,i u V,.,,, Kal to exercise ol en l..i i ... . , ii'. a'imi, ai-eoriliiic to the i b.id.rs is the last word of ii. s. I'r.sidetit lir. Sun ai l today to the Assoiiatei! bOililTEE FOR DR. WILEY IN FOOD BUREAU ' WRANGLE trattod conference today with the empress dowtiRer. out ai?ain sepnrat- d without deciding the (piestlon or abdication. The loading princes lay ered an unconditional abdication of the throne. Three of the younger princes, to gether with Tien IdunR, the former Tartar general at Nanking, would not however, ns?ree to the court's retire ment to'jehol, although they did not suggest an alternative. There were many rumors of the prolmbllity of a .Manilla outbreak, which, however, appears unlikely at present. It is reported in Chinese circles that the rcR'i nt, l'rince Chun, suggests the abdication of the throne, the court to remain in Pckin and Yuan Shi Kal to establish a provincial northern government at Tien Tsin pending the decision of the national convention UH to the future torin of government. The Mongol princes who most strenuously oppose abdication are those of inner Mongolia from the dis tricts southof the desert. Their op position is strengthened by fear that the republicans will confiscate their estates. Premier Yuan Shi Kai was Invited several limes to participate in the conferences of the princes, but lie steadfastly refused, us be desired to leave the decision entirely to the court. The situation continues Intense, it seems impossible that Pekin can es cape eventually a Manchu outbreak. Soldiers belonging to the imperial body-guard today openly distributed leaflets summoning the people to de fend the constitutional monarchy un to death, but it is- unlikely any pel sons except the Manotius will fight for the monarchy. It is reported that irreconcilable l'rince Tsui Tun, brotner ol the ex- Washington, Jan. III. Mr. llarv regent, is exeuing tne .viancnu troops w. Wllo.v, eliiel of the chonil-try liu to cause trouble. roan of the department of agriculture. the storm cent, r of the foo, adminis- Sl AT SI 111. Ml US llraliou controversy last summer, is JIK'.a PKIVII-:i Cl ltKi:('Y given a cban bill of health in the i'l,i,..-,.ro .inn. Mi. f ori-wo-v used i Prt of the house com mil I e,- that by the new Chines,, republic is being printed in Chicago. This becaino known toway when a Chinaman, ar rested, was found to have one of the notes. The note found is ation and resembles side a I.'r.iteil states (in the reverse side ale Chinese ideo graphs. II is redeemable upon the success of the republic or Its recogni th n bv the powers. The order for the printing was left here, it was learned, by Mr. Sun Yal Sen hefoiv be "ei'aiieil lor , nui.i. , . , , ....... n ,,,,K. ... .,, 'This fact together with AMI-'JilCAX SOI, mints FARMING FINDS'lOOO 'CHILDREN IN TUFT TRAIN AT E YESTERDAY Republican and Democratic Congressmen Unanimous in Findings in Favor of Famous Government Authority, RESULT SLAP IN FACE TO CABINET OFFICERS Man Whose Removal Was Rec ommended By Secretary Wil son and Attorney General Wickersham Gets Clean Bill, ALBUQUEnOU Demonstration Special Jammed With Youngsters All Yester day Afternoon Opposite the Alvarado. LEAVES THIS MORNING FOR THE CUT OFF COUNTRY OPTIMISTIC SEES ND PRESENT DANCER FROM SOCIALISM Mountainair, Willard, Lucy, Encino and Vaughn On the Schedule of the College On Wheels Today,' President Declares Adminis tration Has No Desire to Per secute Business But Will Continue War On Monopoly. ALDRICH CURRENCY PLAN MEETS APPROVAL Senator Bailey Denounces Initi ative, Referendum and Recall ENGLISH COTTON MIL! EMPLOYES LOSE STRIKE Manchester. I-Ing.. Jin. pi. -The dispute In the cotton trade wliii-h , n I . initiated In n lockout atl'eitiug mm .mm men oil December J .', bas l.een s. I- I" d. The ipu siion ai i...uo between employes mid wmkeis ua- the em plowuenl ol non-iiiiioii lain r. All the mills will be reopened on .llmnlai. The operatives b .1 two to-olie Vote a-.-le, , I,, accept a tlil. e tor a e.ir. This is regarded as a m.-Ioia for the ' liiplov , rs. The rank and tile of the operatives are satisii.-d with the .set -lb incut but the union b adeis are dl" pleased as their dp lieu It ics In pel -sua. ling no n -1 1 ii ii , i i st to p.in ib.- llllloll-i Will be mi l , ..!:,',! ASKS ROOSEVELT TO ABANDON ROLE SUSPECTS MOTIVES OF THOSE WHO T FOR W WILSON OF SPHINX at New Haven Chamber Commerce Gathering, of the charges llli muter of $lu denomin nti the obverse golii certificate I ......... , Is Demonstration Train Schedule I Today. ! .Arrive Mountainair.. a. in. I.. .Mountainair li:::i a. in. Arrive Willard 1 1 : :: a. m. I.. Willard 1 ::m p. m. 1 A. I.lley -':!." ii. m. ! .. lyiicy :i:la ;,. in. ! A. Kncino 4:4.', p. ni. I.. Kncino 5:4", p. m. , A. Vaughn 7:nn p. m. sssssosscsssss Vest igil ted , charges. The committee in its n-port, which will bo presented to the house next .Monday, sustains Mr. Wiley all along the line, except on unimportant tech nical details. Ihe republican mein- i hern of tile committee Joined w ith the , I democrats in making the report iiiian- Ml I.TITI DI : OP PPPII.S inioiis. The report of the sub-commit-I Si:K KMIlltlTS KSTI.KD V. aiiuim: in niiNA Peking, Jan. 19. The Fifteenth reg iment of I'nited States Infantry, which is to act na a guard for the protec tion of a section of the railroad from Pek ing to the coast, arrived at Chin Wang Tao today on hoard the transport Lo gan. The American troops immediately after disembarking were inspected by their commander. A detachment then i. .!. si from Chin Wang Tao along the railway, where they took over the duly of guarding the line from Tang Shai to I anehow from the Pritish troops, which ret li ned to Tien Tsin. tee has bein changed ill several places I especially ill its reference lo the llelll Nen board which investigated and re I ported on the greater food problems. There is no politics in the report. inmitlee. immit tee promises on some of the mutters about which the members of the committee differed permitted a full agreeiiienl. It is recommended that Mr. Wiley he Kivcn a free hand in the enforcement Approximately two thousand and perhaps closer to throe thousand school children of Allnuiueniue and Mernalillo county visited the Santa I'V Agricultural Demonstration train dur ing Its second v isit here yesterday af ternoon and such an outpouring of youngsters has not been seen for many a day In A Ibuituerquc. Immediately after noon, following the arrival of the train from Las Vegas, Ihe city and county teachers comm. -need mar tinis shullilig the boys and girls for the and tor lour hours thev w,t llic cars like sai ilines w it ir I liopi in good halt day s work getting th v iiuniisters on and otf the tram as it look careful heroing to keep the line moving and to prevent a blockade In the train. My arms ache clea down to my feet," gasped Professor Tiiisiey yesler- luy, as those members rose and felt. with the regular motion of a steam sci.Pii its Tinti: i trs i.ii i; or pi;i:mii u vi .w I din, Jan. ",(1. KNtravagunt ru mors are circulating in Peking that us a consi ,Ueiu e ot i riuays coniei-, one- at the palace the Manchll sol diers hav,. threatened to kill Yuan Shi Kai, sa.vs a dispatch dated Friday night, sent bv th' Peking correspond-j cut of the Daily Mail. Some of the Kuro). can families liv- ' ilig In the district near the Chinese i foreign office took refuge in the le- gutioti iiiarc r. the correspondent says. lie adds that three special trains arc awaiting at the Peking sta-. ti,,n for an unknown reason. I f the pure food and drug I ! eliminating largely the power former-I fray liv exercised bv Solicitor AicCabe. This ! packed In recommendation already has been put ! long files waiting their turn outside, i into effect In- President Tall." I Professor Tinsley and his men put In The committee Immediately ordered a narii nan ita vs worn getting the report printed eon I nleiitially ami declined to disclose the recommenda tions until the bill Is reported next .Monday. The investigation was made by the ho'ise commitiee on expcndilui'is- in the department of agriculture and its hearings during the r.-eeiii extra s( s- TEX RICKARO CUES E NOORSElfNT TO shin ,.f congress tivvakeiied national in- Hammer, neiping uie nuys ami gins Iciest, down the step ladder at Ihe end ol etarv of Agriculture W ilson. Dr. HUe tram. Wilev. Solicitor Mel "a be and a Host It took two men at each end to of other witness.-... conn ihiilcd lo the shove the kids in and move them out symposium of revelations regarding ami what happened lo the experts in- tiie demoralized conditions surround- side Is only a matter of conjecture as ing the administration of the pure loo, I you couldn't get within shouting dis- lavv. . . tanec of them except by taking your Dr. Wilev told how most of his nil- Place in the line and waiting half an iiiiis arbitrarily were overruled. thai hour, .viost of the I.ovh and girls bad 'there were few eases ol drug law vi-th'ir note books and pencils lianilv olatioiis prepared because many lines and scribbled uvvai, as they went I ,.f iuoiiirv v.ere taken out of bis through: for thousands of them arc hands and turned "er to Ihe P.,111- ff"ing to enter the i.uO word letter s. ii referee boaid for Investigation. I prize contest on 'W hat I learned I rom ill,, said his hands wire thus "abso-'lhe Demonstration Train," In coni lutelv parah.cd." petition for the three prizes of ten. 1 Virtually the only ilis-a-nt from the live and three dollars oltered by the 'sweeping verdict lor Dr. Wil, v is bas- I hi lea 11 of Immigration, Ihe Agricul ...1 mien the irregular idovioent ol llural College and the Santa Fe. The Mr II. II. Pushy, of New j J'Jo n day expert, a c 1 whli ll was not to nggr $1 lino in anv urn war, the amount (By Morning Journal Hneilul I.nd Wlri" ! New Haven, Conn., Jan. in -Spink-Ing beiore the N'ew Haven Chamber 01 Commerce tonight. President Tuft made a plea lor continuance for his economy iind efficiency commission: declared that Ihe administration has no desil'e to "persecute bl'silless.V but that it will continue to enforce Ihe law against monoply and unlawful combinations and urged business men ol the country to get together Willi him to insure prosperity. Senator Hailov of Texas, an earlier speaker, although he called himself an optimist, had sounded a warning iiiT-iinst the Increasing danger of so cialism. To this warnim- the pnsl , I, look 1 xceplioll. "I don't Ihink," said the president, "that we are as near that which he fears and which I should fear If I thought we were near it socialism. 1 have abldliiL' faith In the American people. I hav e abiding fait h Ihat after a time they will come back and discriminate between what is good cloth and what Is lustlan. What we need is prosperity. A lack of pros perity does not make the rich uncoiu lortable. It Is lack of prosperity that makts the poor iinconiloi'table. What I that We'll all gel together team work to bring aboiii prosperity. The pnsidint did not begin speuk ing unlil late and his address was short. In its relations to the rail roads, the trusts, the turiff and ihe currency, ihe government vitally touches business, he said. He ex plained Ihe change that has come in Ihe attitude of the railroads toward legislation unvoting tlu-m and which they opposed vigorously a lew years ago. The recent de, Ision of the Mil -prime court in two greal cases, he said, had paved the way lor business to live within the anli-irust law. It has been clliolced," said the president, "and It will continue to be enforced quietly. I hope and with as I Former Governor Foit of Mew Jersey Believes Colonel Wil! Soon Announce His Atlilii'le Toward lamination, Hr Morning Journal hiit-tul I in., Wlr Newark. N. J., Jin. Is. Former iovornor John Franklin Foil of New Jersey, who Is regard, ,1 as a pro gressive republican, gave out a state ment this atteinoon saving thai in a personal interview today with Colon. -I Hoosevelt he bad urccd upon the colonel the duly of making it known whether, 'f noiiiinaieii tor president by the republican national convention he w mild neei pi. "It Is not necessary for him lo be an active candidate, m lad he could Hot be expected to be." said Mr. I on. "and I have uol urged him to be, but have only asked Ihat he give assur ance to other friends and myself that he will not withstand a strong popu lar demand for him lo accept Hie nomination. I have 11,, authority to speak lor Colonel Kooscvclt, but I know his 11, Hire and I don't think ll will he long before be will make Ills position clear." i ni m vi iiiicws m v 111:1. V i 1 .VI ll Indianapolis, lad,, Jan. 111. llellev iug that the republicans of Indiana should not be I'i'i lull ed to set out party policies in a platform before the na tional 1 epulilii an convention us It has many I lines in the past, a number of the party leaders have launched a movement t,, dalay the state meeting. Marry S. N, vv nalional comiiiili Governors Campaign Manager Notices That Teais Out Har vey Incident Are Generally Shed By Foes of Jeiseyman, COLONEL WATTERSON HAS NOTHING TO SAY Piumises to Di oak Out in Fresh Place Should His Former Statement Be Challenged in Responsible Quarters. lllr Morning Journal ftiteeltil l.riiari.1 Wlr. Washington, Jan. ;i. -The Wusoii 1 i..i v ev episode brought forth today simultaneously with tile arilval of Colon. 1 Henry Watt, r-, ,11. a statement bv William F. Mcc -ooinbs, campaign miii.u-..r i,,r W I row Wilson, declar ing t I1.1t "lb,, tears Ibal are being she I over the p.tssitie- incident urn wrung I nun those w ho hav e bith. rt.i been the most . oiispieiioiis opponents of C ail el ll, if W llsoll." c.loiiel WuUerson who will be hem several davs in imno 1 with tho work of lie Peri y memorial commis sion read ihe .MeCoombH statement as well as the one made today at Wush- V ll le. Tellll , by Judge Hubert Kwillg, bill declined to comment oil either. "As lo the Wilson mailer," said tho Ci loin I, "I have nothing to add I 1 what bas already been said, unless it be seriously c hallenged I y sonie re sponsible person. Then 1 may have a good deal to say." The statement Issue,! by Mr. Mo Cooiubs follows: "Willi reference to the allege,), Wil-sou-Harvey incident. It seems to ire Ihat Colonel Watleison has said ill a statement 11 1 1 that needs to be said. It appears tliercfrnm that as far back as last October, he himself suggested to lioveiiior Wilson that Colonel Har vey's support, through Harpers Wieklv might be Injurious 1111,1 that he. probably told Colonel Harvey him self the same thing. It would seem Ihat Colonel 'at let sou bad conv ince I the governor of the truth of his opin ion 11 state a 1 ha ai r I" sq a, c, ribng w ith the uapainal organia Hon on all propositions,'' beh. ves liie plan would give 111- "d had at least impress-eel tot. a ehauoo "to square away ill lad Harvey Willi the probability of lis 1 nil 11. else c oionei iiarvcy wouiii net little Slide, ill ask ci gi disturbance to business as pos- spiaking of the tariff Mr. Tall that business nun urge cen to coiiliuiie in existence the tar iff board Ihat Ihe V isetl, with Vol-If. as all 0111 p. nsnt Ion I 1 ..He over!1 talk ssor MINE SCHEME r-:-. r:b D.-,-,i-,f,- Witncec IfllilC I Is' 1 1- I IUNIUICI liaav-uu for Defense in Case Against Promoter Charged With Mis use of Mails. at'ire of the allcrnooii was the the bovs and girls by Prof iliway and bis lecture held theelos attention of Ihe 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 pie from hi authorized under the law. this employment that the beard of Ihe deparlllicnt linn Attorney Hemrat Wickersham i'.r'i!iiiieiiiii.,i the removal ,,f Mr. Wi-ley. It w as for i ginning ! i.ei sonn. I ! dr. n and first, and 'r' ITALIANS BOMBARD end. In addition to the i till in addition to the huge I that vilted th,- train when it Was here before, hundreds of cilielis and Fniveisity sliubnts were in the moving audience yesterday. TURKISH FORTS Th.- .i,:,i I' V-it I'resn "I ha M.n.lr, ' "'a, ;i 1 ' I011 a m c'nui M,,,,,,., Km. 1 . I ... la I,..'.! ." 1 taken all oath to oust the - -!.1 to restore peace to th.1 I. t-.re resigning. I have ih t,, establish a republic n i if I euiiseiited to the '. I,i,l clown by Yuan Shi '' -'.i foresworn. 1 'ot-viiied that republic is I i 1 ii. aide, but that it would I nn for I "hina. 'iMiot p.-rmit outsiders to r f. in, of government. This ' low an istablish.il fact. " ily the b. st thought of r-iMMouMy supports the rc .i -.l ib, re is no question of -11 ..PI. Ia! assert that on. ' " lv two loi.ign powers are - Y ,n sin Kai to insist that h- i ' ' - i sllt'it. .1 the hi .1.1 of Ihe . - iiT.ei.t and that Yuan Shi i. e 1. . n g.vtn the Bssurancf- Vy ' "' i of assistan, e. Hence ' of .illMliile, "' i K ii. it is aiil. agre. d a w s-. to the linequiviM al r--' ' f 'b. Manobus nn,j to the '' T "' a nolle US the (EoV- l'o southern provitie. . I h- id. a ,t a dual admin-:v,- i .ith to be und.r Yuan "- : ' '" "Mlh under lr. Sur. t t e 'be d.i !i. n of th "' ' 1 - fen ..n the futur 1: i-iiiM 1 , rwop. p .. .. . M'XMsiMM. llliaiM. (By Vlornlns Jonrnnl UpchIiiI 1.mrA Wlrs.l New Y'orlt. Jan. 19. "Tex" Hi, k ard. the Nevada miner and prize fight promoter, was the first witness call ed today by (ieoree (Iraham Pice, on trial with P.. F. S beltels and others i barged with using Ihe malls to cb liaud. Acting as his own attorney. Kicc question, cl tne witness won vi..w- t,. showing Ihat. as a pi act i, minor, Kn kard stocks int wei '..r;, Il'irih : l:.r. Hi , ki;' 'h..s i-'i . as a piactical believed the mining the delen.hi nts were advortis f as valuable as Hue's market letters claimed. Hie" succi-oeil in getting into the record nun h testl monv in his f or. Hie kard testiited as to his opinion that the Sohcitels mining properties i., tii., west were promising, and de clared that 011 personal visils to he had seen gold. inatmn h told f hi: ...ntrol of the F.lv coirpauy lor a "Fi r w hum the prosei-ut For the liiekard "In thai John in Brisk Fiditins Reported Tripoli With Heavy Losses to Forces of Porte; BulFon Ves sels Seized By Rome, iii sum i, i i. i n wiiiiK is i:nv 1 m I'liitiiNT i i:.ri hi: Professor w. T. cmway, who is head of the extension department of the Agricultural College, spoke par ticularly yesterday alb-moon about the Children's Industrial Cluh move ment which will be inaugurated here as a result of the visit of the train. The object of these boys and girls club is to stimulate an interest in growing crops and in house work and a feature of this work with which the public is already familiar Is the plan ot holding contests in growing corn and . "liter things, such contests ha--mg been already sue, esstully held lr, this and other ecmntii-s. Next Week's llincrnry. on Monday the demonstration train " ill make various slops between P11 i .anaii and Taiban: Tuesday it makes lis way lo Clovis, with half a dozen st,, . en route: Wednesday It takes in the towns from Port, I. -s to Kosvvcll; Thursday it reaches Carlsbad, and at noon Friday reaches .Malaga, ending the Pecos valley lour. attacked referen- THE DAY IN CONGRESS. I'mli them r . r,.ss cxam i ffors to buv .lit nil sv lulii did ll- ct '. rrov Pyan of lb ip.-r asked ri plied Am- Not day. Tin: m: ui:. in si sMuii. .M .-is J p. ni. M,m- I Uamate,! cnipanv '. y, s." said Pi kard. Pi.k.'.rd sails ton. 01 row f-r 1' ' mav on a niisiniss ,., i.. -.. Ud if he intend. -d to keep his opi-n wliib- there for a "white h I to fight Johnson. I "i;ii. ss it will In' ptit'y hard Ifir,.! ..I,., down Ihcle. ' iauchol I promoter. j. - I 'ADDITIONS TO RANKS OF j NEW ENGLAND STRIKERS; a ra -a-k- ivei q.e" to th. I III Morning Journal Sin-i I d lawil lnl London. Jan. P. Further serious ! fighting between the Turks and I1.1l , i.,i,s is re'ioried to have taken place I in Tripoli The- Italian licet. th night of January Hi. bombarded .,. ara to punish the Turkish narnson for I sniping Italian patrol boats. cm January Is two thousand Turks and Arabs attacked the Italian post ilion mar '.h irgarish and th. re was brisk lighting for several hours. Tie lurks suit. re, ' b.avilv and were re pal .1 The Italians lost toriv -eight killed and wounded. ' Till'. IKIl l ''he Porte bas issued a w in, ing to Mq at noon. shipping to avoid the coast in trav.ts-i Andrew Cairn gu s expense Vf)U her 11, g tne liosphorufi on account of min..iof $j.7ft for leiitv,t,g before steel pi,.,, 1 Hole. The activity ot the 1 1 a I - I 1 om m it t . held up because In.tar.v's ' 1. lis in seizing vessels suspi . P . ..:s, H w a . om 1 1 1 i d . Icairving contraband is the cause of Fori Ign affairs . ..mniittei. deferred isonie ilisairangi meiit ..I I. minis in I action on liitirnation.il I.rotection of ;the near east. Sim-e Ihe seizure "I J seals l cause of 1I1M1 i ims of opln 1 J I Mi.'iioi in bullion on Ihe Turkish j ,,n Ni.am.r M.i.z.ibh n-c.ntlv. rati d-r . War department ti ndituren rom . the insurance ot gold have become I mj, il4((ri,u 1, port, d Cox bill prohibitive, and underw rii.-r arc i-leaning i,,r a report on the cost of li e lam to insure large . ..nfgmio iiis , .hli,, ,,, ,.,., ,putin. '. 1 it at am price. The harvest in Asia ivi-iiui,., ...... ,,.de.. ..i,..,..r,.ie. 'Dr. Wiley. p.t'oii will he made to Ir. . Wit ha . the Th- i.rim of tlie '.d a run. Pit of ed iais at ,1 ..viral nii-in-Mrrimint had a prn- I awr.-n. '. M i liable additions strikinur t.xiile todav. At e me siw akim ,-ii rat 1 strike and it b 1 more w ill abld 1 niei ting. . J n. in to the ranks n..rk.t- w unit ..f , . . u m i. 1 lsim.d that 1 V til. lb I"! I oli-ll ef lb nad Kntlsti vof-d I a n .ri d th has Just keen gather..! and the '.it.ks tl,. r, lor,- are finding it mq.os .,1 !. to ship gold to Pi. rop. and Kin pt !,. re it can b" 1 int lo .ii rfltahl i . . Alle.sl PniUrler rr--ti-l. iln-tiiv Cob. fin. 1 .- P. I Hardir.z. alias II. n watil' d h n ion a 1 llartti- of having embezzled ; t r'o front a music i-umpanv. mas 'air.-fi.-d t"da in 1 'armiih.-rsi die. Mo.. : id.iiK to a telegram to Sheriff j. Me fee of Weld IllltV. Hirbtlg. ' 1 i.tdiiiK In Ihe sliitifl. is watit' d ..r. I similar ' hare.-s In Jidin -'i, ! st ! l.ius. Mo., on aio 1 an, I ;r..:id ls- land. Nil". the bousi- Mi.n.l.o. Public l.il.blll'g to nporl a S 1 ni-t week against w mill's sdv iee. I .mijoiii ne.l al I .1 .-valcil Ua. mmitl.'e dei-ided "a omnibus bill Leader I'ndcT- p m. until noon llomteiile Jii.lllied hy Jury. Trinidad. C.lo.. .1 ,1.. I P. '. Kd epir. who Wedm sd. iv rii-rht shot and kilbsl Frank Vate . .! ok.-dale, right milis tst ,r here as )ittfi., sb.H.tii.g nnd . ted in self-defense, ai-ii,rditiK .i thi- v.iuet of a turniirr Jury hue ila. tariff may be le- ll al all, idle schedule al a lilne, the bast disturbance lo busi ness an, 1 upon Hie most scleiililic data ol. tamable. The currency ssleni of the I'nited Stales, he ibclared, must be 1 hanged and In lb, plan of the national ne- tar.y e mission snbuiittcl lo u'li- gtiss In- has found nothing to lour I r. 1111 "Wall street." I hope." he said, "ihat Ihe people and congress will find Ihat it places Hie discretionary Increase and de crease ol money In Ihe hand.s of per sons liol controlled by the political government al Washington." The president had only a word to sav about the rcall of Judges. "Pack of everv thing else in the gov 1 riiiiienl. ' he dei hired, "is Ihe ud niini: Iralioii of Justice, and it seems to me Ibal lo attack It Is ihe stroke ot a dagger at the heart of 1 Iv lllza- 11011." Senator Fa ih v of Texas, socialism and Ihe initiative, 1 1 1 id and in all. 'I'll, man who denounces most the USe ot llioliej ill politics," lie Said, "Is the m.' 11 who uses the most money in politics. There Is a person dovv n in New York. Hearst is his name, given name William, who bas bad more to sav about Ihe use of money in poli than anv other man. yet he has used p. isoiially more money In poli tics 1I1M11 any other len men whom I collbl name 111 the- lllslol'V of politics. There is an illusirioiis 1bmoci.1t, who has had much to say about his pat riotism, but who has got rub out of politics. I n lei to William J, -lining i'rvan. "Tin nun who protest most about the 11 1 d- ol the guarantees ol a writ ten iiii.stitiitioii are the nun who arc most sinniioiisly livitig to spoil the constitution of this ooiii.trv. And th.-v are doing It in to, nam,, of the people. And when we old-fashioned simplc-min, b -d 'in, us and democrats ar.- irvmg to cling to the ..nth or our fatlnls, we are railed react mini rb-s. I an, 1. ;. ti.-narv and I am not afraid ,,, , ,,,, it. When the republicans Ion, ah me b.n k lo III, faith of til. lathers, we will vv.io a, I ',0 1 .n - 11, dp m ili'o ' mass to 1 oiisiii'i'ioii "f our f.'l (111 (INI I M Y t POMI'WY MPS. Itliosl 1 1 1 Id M: t New York. Jan. ill). Colonel linns, I veil may lake a trip abroad In the I mar fuiiirc. contingent upon the pro I gross toward recovery of .Mrs. licosc- vell who has been 111 d r some time, according t,, the American this morn ing. A sea voyage, it is said, has be. 11 1 ci omiiiciidcil by her physician ll b r Inaltli does not Improve mole rapidly during the next few weeks au, lodaj s account asserts that if she makes the I journey Cob 11. I lions. -vol! will in - jeollipanv her, the till lo lasl two I months. tin I I- VV ll' bad tl 11 s. ll. puhll !'! ... she I. a F commoi do is t (,11 Inn I 01 till v that !! ol I I 1 k hie CI S, Mtillcy said all. d llieins. I l.d ustrav I i h. b fi nil the rs against Socialism. ' i.lt people 1 ats clue- ,1. I.1I-1 Kss III pi 'ltl.lt s mi 1 ltl l ull IP M Is 1 a III Kansas Cllv. Jan. III. Pcpiiblicans of Kansas Cilv voncd llnlr demand tonight Ibal Theodore Koosevell iigalll be their ealldlilalc for president. Mere than l'i" parlv workers in dorsed the 1 -prcs.l,.i s nam,, at .1 coiilorencc an. I ,.rgani.e,l a i.piildi- an Hoosevelt ussm iatioti 1. 1 bring about h's nomination. II r Mann ol Ibis cilv. 1 liairman o Ihe Sixth h . tl ict coligr, sslolia I c-omnilttcc, w In. call, cl the gutloTillc logclbcl. said. "Sum,, lino- ago I vvrolo a lett.r lo Mr. l;,,.i..eo It telling bun it was im possible 1,, t.tll'V th,. slate unless In again assumed the leadership ol Hi. part.v. I gol a rcplv. I am md liberty lo give the answer now. I'.ut it sullie s to sav this lin-clllig was called." IIOOM.X III PHOt.ltl NSU I 1 i:t.i 1; 1 ciiiui i Ciev land. Jail. 111. Montr ion ad- min rs ,.t 'l In lore Poos, veil no t to night a ml organized Ho- I'il'l - yell Progressive lb pllldii all l.e.iglle." The I;. .OS, Veil polp i'S Wile de l. li ed to I... III,"'.' ol Ihe ItllJl'U and Col oil. I poosev lit Was de, la I , d Ms all II, late lor ,r, sidi nt. It was announced that the Ic.tg.o Would be extended lo embrace Ir State and also Ibal a mass meeting would I"- ai range I w itli 1 ;v 1 nor ' - bnlll of .Michigan as . III. I sp. al,. I. 111., n p. Il Ih. v talk about ii'. 1 th.-ir own 11 to unit, on a 1 I ,v..nf veil lo I I,, lit V. 1 1 tl, Oil i 1 ci.emy ! th. want P. s.i , v cl held lie s net II O d to people ol HliS Howard Taft. I bin, for Ihe l.re't 1 v 1 ni; a bout him." In si-aking of the cl. 11... crane pariv the s. nil.! sil'l Ii- bat bad an a; 1.. 1.'.. 1 I :i v a til! is" adding "the dem- ,.-atl, pally Will "me lid an.un lo n ii h-s m o'- he 1 1, ..1.1-i.isliii.r.i d pi n q.b 1 ih. VV b. . 1 i.ll, promise d im i.o l"r s.e lahsm. w. . vmb aulves t" . v. I lasting at. IMIHM II lltM I IMK I IT III Pi l l ss; 111 sp.Ns Indiana poll J ill. I I al w III Al. I.ee. 1. Oilbh, an stale 1 1 1 1' I , I a I, . who ill H si. 1. Ill' Id givall at Wa.-hil's- toti a ,.a w b - a,:o. stnl lna! Pt- Idclil T.i t t ..odd led ,111.- Indiana n My ,,,w Wl'-olc. tore I lo I I e- I.OllI 1 !' I I d lollll lll WllildleW lie' Ihe i n " 1-1 .-tale b ad. l-dup. He ad 111,11. , l"l. s" ' "g ,b t.-al b it I.I nil "Taft .elll'IN : 'lalU I, a t pal!..,, H g -. -A I I". I ' sa 10 1 .11 1.: 111 111 of-..,-- itig bis . rd 1 '1,1 1 a s, 1 1 1, ns "I I, a,. V e I 1 1, d mob ! ll 1' s la I am led in r no i e v ill be .. m o h , i. ,,.,ho ' ni. I hav HI- , lo I. 11 1' - trui h. " T,s V ll id not f.,i I want vie What null,, and in- om loon .1 i.i ii-ut. I nihil, an w b ,f pteSld. Ill b e III- le I II ll.Hl ! Hie 1 ountl V Ibatl Wlllla III WOlbl P'ke I" be.. il. n. v I a' lo t bv PRIMARY LAW FORCES POLITICS CITIES , Its own fight fo ld .en in our P.; W aids' lie I Us .1 ,11 I '! A " I mv ,, ti.i.,1 Wild uie H. Mead tomse' balel.d down d.sisioii on tie st.l. ptlloaiv l.'W who h will lor. e II, lo pol tins Ihe alfnr- of lll-s and tow lis whir.- p., t'v lines hav. tod n draw n b. I..IC I ti r. .M,tisi to a m. ss.ig.- Ir.1,1 lie 1 ,lv iblk ( I al w al llsv lib . SI. ad tid ed Hiit vi iv lie ot per Hi . I on ,111. 11 li iti inll-1 abide ! Hie dale l.l W III' h ptov eb f- r a parale ballot lor . a. h ,.lli. ., I par'v l.g.ldbs- ..I a bell, r hire an a!, a I, .tola lis lui,t,iig l'.r ..til I, !', ball"!. have propounded Ihe queslloii. "II I" passing strange that Colonel Wallcison should l,,l concerned that Ihe gov, lllol. Ill plivale I oliv ersatloll with himself ami I 'ulnm-l Harvey should, in answer In u pointed ques tion uue ii ink expression lo the very view which Mr. Wlalerson himself en tertained ami which he ha, commii iilcated lo the governor and possibly to Cobuiel I la rv . "In ' ', I. h.-r lasl, al.-o. the vol y month in which he made these sug gestions i,, cloveinor Wilson, Colonel Wall. tsoii said, in the Louisville CoU I icr-Journal, editorially: " 'Two things wen. tolerably sure to Hie surmise i f the Courier-Journal' If Wo, allow Wilson Is nominated for president, il will be through th,. fores of an I: resistible pressure of publlo opinion, and. if he Is ,1. -letted for Ho nomination it will be bv smue organ ised agency, vv, II hacked with money. " No demo, rat of modern times has come inn, the running. Samuel J. Til -il. 11 alone ,., epted, with half ns much id lb,' '. 1 1 1 1 1 ' , i , I , I an, lb,, i lalm of Ihe New Jersey governor.' "The tears thai in,- being she, over Ihe pass-lug III, lib nl ale wrung llolil lllis,. who have hitherto been the lloewt cell- pi, nous opponents ot CioVel lior W llsoll -VV IIIUSS llle II eqllclllly qinde,! statciioli! ol Mav. a Mahlllian of luiiabi. Neb., who bas lor moiilbs Hot olllv been opeplv opposed lo I'.oy- ernor Wilson, but win, bas been the aggtesslv e , bampioll ,d . ninth, r candi dal,.. The same applies l, ntlo is who have ili,lill-,,l in la, In v mose expres sion. This- eolllse is o I xpected Whenever aln III"!, develops a decided le ,, i,,r t In iioiiimaiioii. ' The gis! of llle Is-lle. ,!S see it, is w In tin r one 1 1 lend in pi i v ate , ,.ii v ci sa i ...ii wdb am alu I. should, la answer lo a plain quest ml" I e.si.rt lo tl. ,ti,iv ,,r dissimulation. ,,r whether be Should state the I 1 1 1 I aS lie SfCS ll " Siiiator Hill'' id i la Imiiia , In a St I !e ,1 . I.ni I t I.ll I V 111 del elise o llovelliol WllSoll. lb' declared th . id He in. I. l id VV as a ' bubble, not a lllloW. Mil II II Mil l IPs I HI lull M PI I 1 1 SOI T PI lli Nash, PI.-. T. III!.. .I'll. IH. "Will. Ii , . .- b, pol on Hi.- sol! pedal. " 'Ibis is III, . v, la mill loll ol I'olnllel Mill., editor id ll,ip,rs Weekly. I. .,!,( ! hale made vvloll linvcrtmr ly to i -d..n I I lata i v s 1 1 I v sal I lie , a I id ni. .ri., set .,.it In ib. Wei kly was .iiiming i i !s,.i, s i , is, . A -I iii in , id purporiiiig to be a de--. i 1 1 . r i t in. meeting between Col. Iliiviv nil. I IdiVclhol Wlisotl with II. i tv Wain rs.-ii .ii N.-w York was iv. tl .od Ii.l. tod. iv bv Judge Hubert I . -.viiii:. middle T. no, ss. ,. r. pre, tit. l i , .,t ii,. si.,1. w bow- Wilson cr- s,!i, 'loll .It, -ile I , VV lug. Willi IS re in. I !.( main,.- both to i!overnor W is, !, ai d Mi W an.i-on. asserts tin; gov, in. its s , I' In, ll! about Colonel II 'I I'V ,1.11 m.ele an illisl Ihe dictates ,.( f, ii-, . I,, 1 1 ,i ndship a u, with trm i . al .1 "ii H it ' 1 1 .rv , v s support h ol I t,.,i. hi h m i W its. .ni to the front." !:.g..r.hm His meeting In New , ik. Judge I. wmg declares nt th . ! i id Hi, cnl. li to e Cob ni l liar-vi-v close and sail to (JoVerio.r Mil s' .o I v ,s, p. a-i, von question and I vp. ,i a Hank answer. I o ),,ii be hove Hint Ihe looming nature t m arii, I, s in Harp. r s W . kly 1 injur ing v our i allsc ' Judge I wmg says governor Wil sons tie n.lship for llarv. y d inandcd that tne fjovitnor aimwvr iu the Uvg