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TYFO URTHYEAR. VOL. CXXXIII, No. 24. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912, lly Mall, 5(1 Cents a Month; Slnglu Copied S Cents. My Currier, lit) Cents a Month. iSTlill OF, niininairmc nr. Uunrnibna ui 1904-1908 DEMANDED ' TWENTY-SEVEN PERSONS INJURED IN TRAINWRECK Winnipeg', Man., Jan. 2',). Tv enty reven persons were injured. Home of thom seriously, when lour cars of the. Ldmonton, Alberta express train of the Ciitiiulian Northern. Jumped the track unci plunged down a steep em bankment near Cote. 273 miles north west of Winnipeg. Mo lives were lost. Senator Culberson Makes Sweeping Charges of Corrup tion and Use of Money in Last t.. D.nclrlfintinl FlflP.t'OllS. VU I n. JlllVM""' ' SCORES ROOSEVELT AS PARTY TO CRIME Texan Declares Ambassador ships and Cabinet Positions Were Given as Rewards For Contributions of Cash. B E PROVIDES B RYAN JUSTIFIES PROPOSED IRQM AND NURSE WILSON BREAK WITH HARVEY THRILLS FOR BIG CROWD IBr J"'"-""1 ''' "'" Wire 1 Waxhii.tt .la... .-DemundiKK into the camiiaiRii nd Hois, Scna- Investigation ...iiunitillUVB ill 1 !" ' I ,or Cuiliersi.n ..f Texas, in the sen 's,, t.lr.v sweepm charKcs of 'crriiplioti am: taut the republican remittee fer these and other years. Inilireetly I.,- chnrircd that fiirelKli awbJW.J-rs-l-H were bestowed us a fr . ampaimi onlrihiilions ar,i' i ii f i IT i;i I ! he charged that Frmer Prcsaloiit Roosevelt had con d.niKl the us,, o, money In pulpier. Mr. Cull'i rs, n';-. address w as made i,, uiiti.-patioii nf an unfavorable re lirt lo the i omnilltec on eolitiiiKcnt experiseH en his resolution providing tor .in imputation. He said that the llmitiitien el' the proposed itifiuiry to Ijni slietilil not be construed as a romi-ssion that there had not been Improp.-r praetiei s before that period. l'.,f' rr:iiK isp. i ially to the election ui i s . Mi. ("uibersoii said that the oinlri'iiiieiis to the deiiioeiatie fund I:u1 li'ni made by VI.imhi persons villi t:,,imM (is I he l.'.l'Kcst, while those f til- iM'a'ili an fund v. -re made by 1 n p. rsons. with I'harles P. Ten, lather ef il,e i piiblb an pivsid. nt'f l ivlnliil.ile at tie ii ii ad Willi a dolin ti..n . . i U l", Aini-iiu tie .-..i 1 1 1 letters mi ui ioned Wire .Vinkivaih i s Ib id and Kerens anil Milliner Larz Anderson, Mr. I'ulli. rsen nf. in .1 to the fa I that 'Jenme r,. 'oi i.l v on, in the ll'Ol oimpnimi has Ii.. Id the position or i li.iirni.iii ef tin republican national re mini, tee uhiio he was secretary m niiiiiiierie iiii.l labor atid inlimated lh.it Mr. (.-Hiivou had taken ad vnntai,',. .,r i lie secrets of corporation vvlnw arr.dr. uiiithi lm lux estimated umli-r tl.vi I il .ia law, to procure ni'.n.y lor It;.- eimpalKii. It hail b. i-n estimated," he said, 'lh.it t!ie etinriiioiis and uncoiisclnn iii'l" sum of $1 1, una. huh wus rais.'d a:iJ .r..;.nl.v ex..-nded that year by liif i-iiim iii. ,. ,,- Whieh he was chair iian. 1 he v . i j size and audacity id Intnl. if approximately correct. Huiieiis of e:,i.,r,j,,ii. prof lik'Hi y and '"iruiMie,,. .vi,,, (ontiibuted and li-'ii- iliil it , ,,- from'. Mr. ',:!!., (-,, s,,i, ,,-re should be i"'.!ii i., answer these tpiestlotis. Aviator Takes Death Dip Into Gulley and Reappears Unhurt Just as Spectators Had Giv en Him Up For Dead, (K.v Morning .Imirnal Ptmrliil .eased Wlrs.l Los Angeles. Jan. -1. l.incoln Pcuchoy, whose darin;; feat: have been the feature o. the international ....... 1( , d a ra tner trates tin crowd that 1 tion helw. l,lleslions View, fob poller nt . Pi on a result or me Kutherord Puec ith dips .select. eiiiised aviation meet hen ehastly joke today was still on edKo a; truKie fate of yomiK yesterday. After reveral thrilling "d attemnted eniulation of which the sudd.-n end of 1'ase's career, Ih-achey ri.se to nil altitude of iibout 4UO feet, from which he made a .sheer drop and disanpoured in the Kitlly where Arch lluxsey fell to a year an. When licachey did not mure than a minute later automobiles loaded with doctors, mechanicians and reporters, dashed to the foot of the hill. It was fully three minutes later when Iieachey re-appeared nt the north end of the course, flew past the yrandstand and lauy,hiii?.ly waved to the crowd. 11. Kearney of St, Louis, had two narrow escapes In the five mile han dicap lirst when his riurine stopped while "bankin;," an,! a moment later when the "wash"' from the propcll. r of a stationary monoplane almost capsized his machine, iiu both occasion.-; Kearney righted his biplane but SUPPORT OF HARPER'S DISTINCT DISADVANTAGE "A Man Cannot Keep Company With Those Going in An Op posite Direction," Declares Commoner in Conclusion, By Morning .t.nirniil swilal l.euaeil tYlrt.l Lincoln, Nidi., Jan. I'll. t'olonel William Jennings llryan sides with (Iovernor W iimv Wilson in his break w ith t'olonel Harvey and Henry Watterson and justifies the action of the New Jersey Kovcrnor in request inn that his name be withdrawn from the columns of Harper's Weekly. In a letter sent from the e-ist. made public here toniuht, Mr. Pryan says: "The recent break between C.over iinr Wilson and Colonel llarvcv Illus- hnpossibilitv of en men who looh from differ, nt points of liel iiartt-v becaiiit' a sup Mr. Wilson when he was STEEL SCHEDULE RATIFIED II CAUCUS Recommendations of Ways and Means Committee Ap proved By Democrats Fight Fails to Develop, and EFFORT TO PLACE RAILS OM FREE LIST FAILURE Pis Iron Made Dutiable at 15 Per Cent; Advocates of Free List Defeated in Fight to Se cure Roll Call. TTCTinrCiWILUAMS HAS BILL TO I Ldl iriLiJ: REGULATE CORPORATIONS Washington. Jan. Seeat, r John Sharp Williams lod.ix introduced his bill for the nxulatii f corpora tions ciiK-iKcd in interstate i-munion e. It is substantially the same as hl measure introduce, at the last run. Kiess prohlhiilnu inter-holdings ot Micks an, piovi.liin; other terms ol lobulation. STARVATION MURDER CASE DESCRIBES FRIGHTFUL CONDITION OF VICTIM A swcepini; provision ana poratiotis which stifle trad, sliucino col i, tt ii ui or ntiier is include, III Hi,- loll. lie ani jail sentences ruiiiiiii.., a five years are the penalties. lust CO, bv d, nu t hod iv y II in hiKh . II CHIEF USED WIRES TO DIRECT HIS - W Dvine Wom.mi's Pln.i Fnr Fond Fails On Deaf Ears in House ! GOV. FRANCIS ADVOCATES nf Hnn.o,,: Rnfv nf CM AL RECLAMATION OF SWAMPS most Unrecognizable, i andidate anil he lovernor as it .is the deinocratii lor KoVernor of New Jers con! inueil his suppiu-t whei Wilson heKau to be discussed candidate lor the presidency. "Of course It is absurd for Colonel his death j Harvey's friends to talk about his I luinKinn Ciovernor Wilson out.' No! re-appear ; man or paper could have made (!ov-I ernor Wilson available as a candidate! if he had not himself attracted alien-! tion: it would have been Impossible ) for Colonel Harvey to have presented! a discussion of C.overnor Wilson j availability. j "Kut lcl us assume that Colonel! Harvey was doiiiK all that he nnld for his holee, what was the situa tion '.' "His conspicuous support was not only of no advantage, but it became actua'ly a disadvantage; It did not hrlim' to Coventor Wilson the class for which Colonel Harvey speaks. but all. -lulled men just as honest as 1. ,-d t "S" contest and 1 ,1 in the nurse. I Col it) the w-r-t n, iu souk detail rejMrdine tn.- .,. s.aJ , ehattfes that the late J'- 'I n riaian had raised a t mid ot h, which he himself had l'!iir.-i! -, f'l'iii.l i-n ti, "itii ii ih. '"" I'-'- ii "'"-e l .1 a. I .IIS 'l-.al ,, 'Mien.-;, , hn, i 'ilv .,f Pel w een Phil uln lii-a. hey 1----I momenis. record tunc of lids fur three was one ntin- was coui ep The l'ippii-i i . Pal lliab e 1 ll't'i o, '- l'aini.ilie won one niiniiie ."i.J.'i s "S"s. Peachcy's time tile ') ,"-,r, s (-ends. Pattnalee also captured the alti tude honors, l eaehll-K a In ifiht ol 7,5(ia feet. Cleuii H. Martin'H l.ar,, Kraph r Mistered nearly (i.Ouo feet. W. It, Cooke id San Francisco, re. inaim-il in the air two hours and thir ty minutes t:nil i limbed I.Sdn feet. Passenger enrryloj; honnrs went to Kat num Pish. Pie buy n'. iator. w ho Was in the air most of the i l'U rnnoii with a pai.soii!,' r. The live mil, liamiiean race was w on hy Milli -ry P.-ai hoy i,f s;t, .uul-i, in U:".t I-."., with Clenn Martin of I.os AiiKehs sicond ami William llof.' of San l-'rancisco third, l.incoln p-'ach.-y, who inade the fastest time, fi and Parmiee were diiUalil'ied lor i xceed im; their hamlicai limit. Tlie five mile free-for-all was won by Liu, ,dn I '.ea-h i y in fi : 4 v. ni l Harvey's It lends, who could not understand why Colonel Harvey praisid (lovernor Wilson personally without cndot-siiii; the t Imua for which tlovctnor Wilson stands. It naturally aroused suspicion as to the sincerity of the one or the other and when (lovernor Wilson was asked the pies tion, he admitted that he regarded the support of Colonel Harvey as a liability rather than as an asset. "Shoiihl he have pretended that he thouifht Colonel Harvey was helping him when he whs not? And why should Colonel Harvey complain? If he really favors (iovernor Wilson he must desire to aid him: why should co-opeta- (lr M,)rnnf jurlll, RnecUl I .ed Wlrs.l at public, Washington. Jan. 2:i. Alt.. I- mi III. ellcctual I'llurl on the pail of some members to place steel rails and pitr Iron on the free list tin,) to Increase the propose, duties on lead and Bin,', democrats of the house in caucus to. day ratified th,. iron and steel tariff schedule drafted by their coll on I lie ways and means eoiuniiti aililinu nil aniendmcrit to include h.i' iiiK H e in the free lisl. 'I'lie threatened fiuhl between Ma jority Leader I tnlei wood, lieprcseu tallve l-'ilzveralil, chairnian of the ap propriation committee, and other leaders, who approve of the recom mendation of the committee on pub lic buildings and Ki'ounds lor a $lii. Iiiiii.liiiil puhli,. 1 1 u i Ii 1 1 ii - hill, was post poned until next .Monday nifcht. when a special caucus will be held. The iron and steel schedule was ex plained by Kcpresenlative 1 nilei-wood ill an extended speech. As soon as he had eoneludi ii Ucpresi nla t ive l-'inley of Smith Carolina, moved an anion, 1 nii nl plaelnu steel rails on the free list with Iron ore. There was iii.slant opposition to the amendmclit. Althotii;h it was evident that mutiy luemlnrs favoi.-d plac!n: steel tails on Hi,, tree hst il was ury ti ed thai, p, miiim the lm estimation if the steel trust by a house eolllllllltee. sin h action nil-'bt be misconsi rued. The nmendmetit was v otcd down with out a loll call. I'm iron, made dutiable In the bill at 15 per cent a, valorem, was the next item of coin rov et-sy. Ueprcsou talive William I!. Smith of Texas, of fered nn amendment pl.u m pit: iron on the free I. hi. A number of Ids ( ollfUVMics supported him and on the motion he aske, for a roll call. I n- .Ii ffelsuM I 'ity, A I mer ( iovernor l-'rau at Ihe Cuiiiincreial i hired 1 lie l-.ov l 11 11 1 lllc I'eelamat ion of swamp binds of lliis i i In part "The c,ev ertinieiii ha ill llldllm 111,- I c, tain: lands of ih,. west and that ai, was Kivi-n Miss Cameron testified that f rum i swu inn lands" ' I lly Morning Ji.nninl pr,-l,il l.ftrJ U'lrn.l j Seattle, Jan. I'll. The state's star, witness. .Miss Ither Cameron, an lv-i v-ear-old itirl of Portland, was placed' on the stand at Port orchard Imlav in Ihe trial of Mrs. Linda Hurlleld Ha.- zald, a fastinn specialisl, aeellsed ofj liain inurdei-i'd b.v siarvation Miss; Claire Williamson. I .. Jan. l-'..i--is. at a l.ani,tlct club t . , M I u 1 1 1 de lit should aid IU ov el l low. e, a II I i on nt t . He sa , I lit millions i of alio v 11 is lime ' I Oil II, 1 I v . .May 1, to Mav 1 ... li'll, she xvas em- .. '!::r? .a: 'ri 'r,u .j judiciary guests at the Williamson sisters, who xvere iin del'KoiiiK .Mrs. Hazzard's starvation treatment, When she arrived at Olalla she said, she found Claire Williamson fearfully emat dated. Her body had the appearance of n skeleton Willi skin drawn oxer II, and at the lower part of the spine there was a large ulcer. CI.-lit'M had iliffh-lltfe in sue.., k lirir until .ay lies . , . , , , . . .Miss ( ameron, because of her tense lips. Her body was covered with pur ple spots. "Von could feel lu r backbone when WHITE HOUSE RECEPTION you pluced yi hand on her ahdo- Wasbiuitton, Jan. an, M i s. 'I al t K;i v e I In tion of tin- vv inter a I t h tonlnht. The judl.jarv v nil Kiicsts, hut huiiilri of the urn , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 and cutiKress and their wives Pi si i ond re While 11 cl'e t ll. ir Is ol otfl III. W el sulci, I ICCcp- Use spe-,-ia I- lilbcls ol e presell'. Copies of Messages in Hands of Government May Implicate New Conspiratoi o in McNa maia Campaign. TELEGRAPHERS FROM DOZEN TOWNS CALLED Charged That Convict Labor Leader From Office in In dianapolis Diiected Outrages in Distant Cities, ltr Morning Joiirmd Siir.-lnl I.rttiif.l WlM.f Indianapolis, Jan. Manancis of I. leer.iph llppe and f I'i lies lull r be.,r, esllfv ill I he the fer illV'i men," the witness sal. I. Miss Cameron said she had assisted to carry Claire upstairs and estimated her vxeinht on May I, at fifty pounds. She was fin weak that when the nurse moved her she sulfered much pain. The witness described the treatment and baths Riven Claire. "The baths were Riven In the kit. hen," said Miss Cameron. "Clair." was placed in a xvash tub and snnie. times she fainted from the oppressive air lit t he room." Miss Cameron left olalla the Tues day before Miss Williamson's death,; which occurred l"ridav momma. After' Claire died Mrs. Hazzard mil .Miss Cameron ami asked her If she wanted ROOSEVELT STICKS TO POLICY OF SILENCE FAILS TO ANSWER WIRE FROM KANSAS GOVERNOR he be offended then at (iovernor Wil son's frankni ss? Is lie more interested in l.ein known as 'the man xvh.i made (iov. rnor Wilson famous' than in ad xaneiiif; tloxernor Wilson's cause? "Colonel Harvey has shown no simis of conversion: if h with Ananias.s it consciousness of blindness. H der the new one-fii'th of sanction a y. this insiano,. ca nous those -a and l fail in rules it reiitiire.l itlemlance to nay xote and in d. The allien. I- .n in. new liv;ht: ami when he does, xv ill leel so ashamed of his life lm fi:;hl against prowr. sslx'e de ment xvas lost. ip.pre-eulativcs Clicker. Tax lor and dorado, mad,, a x i ;- rolls eltott to have Ihe propose. I duly on leiiii and i-.inc increased, l-au h jfaid he xvas pledged to bis eonstitu- i-iits for hiuhor tatill's than those pin communes, M. ,,.,, ,,n , not with any : (,r.,.m ..,,,., ., has a. pl v h Ii i II,,, ,.r. . !.: '"" in inpporl of l.e- ill 1SII4. Ho s.lal o t , .-xv v ccks a n ef- j de to el. ar up tills .1. to .tuli ad upon Ho of this disei ae.-l ol . Il is said to hax e -oi-and vntrs in the k alum-, ma'- I,,, sitf il vvavs. It ui.iy In 1'1'iine cause ol II": lor tile ill's olid - witnesses, or it mny ''I'I if lat i.'lla 1 oiin l.lt il. le." THE DAY IN CONGRESS. tin: m:a i i:. Met at l p. in. P'll passed t ransl errillk; to neve state all leib-ral f irnishin-is in Arizona cap it. . I. .Senator llurton, Ohio, iiitr.nlui ed a I. uumitti oil l.ll o- 'id J T Hono n oppo'-itioii to law for foivetn- ELEVF' FOR ' "1' I'.i '-"I l!, XX ' K hi. J' RORS SECURED I IFF MURDER TRIAL 1 'ml.. Jan. With I s o . ,-pt. , today it is ex- J . oleii. e in the murder I MI'I I." e :,e, HSe.l of kill- I ''I,. ! . no! her and bl-,'1 her. al I '' I,,, i . w,i . f-ublnitl. .1 ' ';: ' i ' :' i . Lis s vv i th. at t. v ho 1 : : ' (" mat ry on the ni-ht j ''' irii:e.p , is -pel led P '' " "' th. ,,ry of the pros. - 1 h- k lleil pis parents ami 1 h. in iu tit use their In " "' ' ' ui nttine up a horn 'OH 1 .,- The IU- l, II,, , !- ..... . .... . I 'C,r ' v.AD ROAD FACES ' WITH ITS CARMEN 1 . Sollll li.ll I public epetulit iil-t Labor copiiniit,' Khan in Iietr.ct Huyhes rihht-hou liient contra, ts. .-n-.tor Culherson of Texas. in xeiuhe.l against larne eampaitn eoti tl ibutions in 1oi4 and H'Ok, especiall.v eiiiiiizine 1 1 -p ti b j, -a n fund". of ..a m, I an i ltort to consider the Siu'iot printing bill, which, would sub stitute power .refs.-s f-.r hand labor in print. nc paper monee. S iiittnr J"iu-s of Washiiejlon In tro, lac ,1 an amendment to th.. Sh. r man law to p. rmit trade agreements to t .ke effc. t abroad. A lfoiit to d at 1 p. in., until ; p. in., Weill, cs.l, n . Till: II"! M- M.t -If tlOO l'ltri.l -f bill considered. Pris.ident Pair Si. , 1 f'.'i per .ti"'i air.'i li.St Of ft! el pl 'd t, steel trust in v . t ia' ior Chairman Hirdxviei: "Siuir Trust" inx.-Fti-te hi.ne.l to r'f "rt v :l Slu.ru dis-ertten xv eVni--. je I. ,u, 1 tiiii , ..r.sub r iti..n of j ol.l" T':' rules . "ll'inttt' ins on r.a.r'x ttut'' dav , The nioiraox that hi.t lirst desire will be to hrinjr forth fruits meet for repci-.t- aiie not to assuuie leadership. "It must pain (iovernor Wilson to break with his old friends, but the bleaks must necessarily come unless In- turns back or th.-y n forward. 'A man Is known by the companx he j keeps and he cannot keep company j xv ith those uoiim in opposite iliree j tiot,s. (Iovernor Wilson must prepare IPms. If for other desertions they xvlll distress !-:m, but there Is a I. urn la nt ' . "isolation of duty well done." pos, vv or. on in I oil these it iinavuilino.. bad in the lad blocks I'i p.-r CONTROLLER FINDS NATIONAL BANKS WEAK .ii i n a appiopri .tion I f Pniled State." in t stifi. d on ij.ill before the I n . omul it lee. ftnnoun. ed the ' itatinj lommlt-' It bin a v. ok . xp. i t. .1 in : ,i . t. ? noon ox er i. iil.l.tm i-il! 1 ',. r -ned he..r-- ' cr t'l W..ln--i II s' rx o l.-i. d I di- ulx- r.ii' ini oTinitssa id rid s. r, x '-mir IX I. 1 1 1 1 st it ut ions Generally in Good Condition But Some Frv Would Go to Wall in Event of Slight Reverses. ! I iritis IMJflnf (U iishinton. Jan. Whip- the nstional hank of th.- rnuntry ss a xx hob- p.. n c-u.ii nio.ts surplus, th. re are a numb, r of Institutions v hose s iro Pis is so low that compsr atr.eiy p-ht rex-ets.-s would Irnmf d .it. p- lu-pilr their cupitsl, a. ..rdlnc in .1 statement issued bx ( '.unidroll.-r ..f h-- Currr.ex- Murrav tmlav. In future the comptroller sn n. i to -d h txoubl ask sll riexx- riath.n I at.ks to p..x- in a substantial sur a the time of organization to i ar the .'f2 ini,ns ac.l riifininK ex- is plac lativ. s absolv i The id el on the II Pucker and d from Ih hill makln ins. 'I heir eftoi is The proposed duty is per eelll : Zlll' cent, all.l Zlllc I'll c lisl. IP pres. II Taylor asked In ! if I allclls ple.hle. nenera I reilu. t i.'i" rl,.- bnuy laid out mi an h'oning bonrd In Ihe bathroom. The body looked more cmaclaicil than when she fine j saw Claiie, less than three weeks pre vious. "Mrs. Hazzard," Ihe witness testi fied, "said not to mention Ihe death f I ( lane lo any one on . toss examination Miss i 'inner .n said belli sisters wished for food Pti' that Mrs. Hazzard declared any solid food would kill thctn. She said Povo tbea once asked permission to smell Ihe food that was heiiiK prepared to:' tile lla.zanl family. Mrs. Hazzard for bade her talking to the sisters n,.l would uol p.-rmit them lo t ill If ti each other. .Miss iMiiiRan-t Conway, the fa.ndv I nurse, lollovved M iss I a nielou on In; Island. She denied that there was eny j insanity in the Williamson lamilx- She jianie from Australia to Seattle to see lur charges, in response to a eable- r.i in Iri'iii ( laire. She said Mrs. 1 1 : i - 1 ,-,,11,110(1 zard told lu r on her arrival that the I ,.s Kil ls had i nine to Seattle in very bad In . tit b. "Mis. I pizza til." the witness co.l tiiiii.il. "described (he autopsy she pi rluri I on Claire and said th; oulv son nd otuuii in her body was h.-r i Apparently Isn't Interested in I lufoimation That People of Middle West Aie Clamoiing 'For Him For President, lly Al.iriifiic .leiirntil HjmcImI I.Filiet W ire. Tope a, Kan., Jan. '.1.- 1 lox ci nor Slubbs today made public a l.'braiii Which he s.-tll to Cololl.'l Theodore Poos, v. It utaiiiiK him lo make a slat, . Ill. lll al once as to W helper he would be a candidate p.r president or pel mil bis name lo no bet. .re the r. poh Pcau national conv ention. The uov ei nor has not received any r. dv In. in Colonel linos, volt. The teleKlam follows: "The il.-man.i 101- xonr caiolidaev l-ec..miiiK mole n in i lit dailv . and in Kansas is ,,ve, xv Itelni'iutlv in ,-vetv part of lb,, slate and anioim all cla'.- j Ses of the pie. The Co , lull's ot nun .1ft , Pa v iif-Aldrieh c, in I he house t iii l..r dlseiissio r,u p.r ceni bill Will be from i 1 1 1 ro tool row xx il bin mil l li the I. lllle. .Ils-hl dai-i. luns. Sh See I 'la II e T L APIf II P - iilob pill ' v v as I saw In. I 1 ,.t l ask. ho.lv." uipanie k.-rs It Se th asked. the bodv. I if 1 would like to I Mrs. Haz.ai. 1 1 bo.lv ' Miss Co COMPANY USED TO FIX PI1ICES Evidence Shows Concern Ac quiied Thirteen Competing Houses at a Cost of Eight Millions of Dollars. Br Morula! Jnnrasl i-. ll Imw4 Wire I Chiiaini Jan. ''". 1'vlili'rni? that! I'M.'I 'il... !ih" v I a n i i n ! it iv i onlv ' I.l iiu I. -ii.it. .lo." I olio . she I. plied. ill lee.i-nize I 'laire'.'" .t in th. least. It look'-d like an He str. inner. At first I Ihonyhl in ha lunne. pruccss had (b.ilu;. d hoi, persi.ualliv but when I ex it,, I h, , allinu ,,t a n, prima lies to select del, c. lier.-slona I and slat i xv bicli in torn will s.-h-i t d. I. the r .' j 1 1 1 1 1 , . , i national cm are near at hand. " Your tin iu i s i b roii l: boo I t IP- we-l ale eanellv Waiting von sa v thai X o ii will a i i opt '. in.it ii n t ol il . sld. tit ft It . ' , , i , as a i: 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 , people VV it llol, I V our s,-, , ,t Illation ,il ta U II) . a Ii v a i I 1 a Ileus ales o -la cut ion; I , " tie IX nalllite bv la sali Nal conspiracy which, it Is lit.-, led the ore titan a do.-svibpoi-naed in era I fsrand Jury 'stinalion of the oticeruine, int-s-said. .1. J. Mc iperations of his "d v ua III II I l,e I I i-vv . Copies of (eh-ninnis taken by Ihe niiv ernnn-iii I'rotn McNainara s of Ice at the liead.piarlers of Ihe Intcrna lioiial Association if Prl.li;e and SI ru. I lira I Iron M ot kcisi ute said to show not only that III.- dynamiters arranged siiinillaneoiis explosions .n .III I. lelll cities, hill also ilia! some of the messages wel',. aililrcssed lo men who have md ben convicted or in dicted. Tie- purpose In summotiin-t new witnesses Is lo establish the Iden tity of th, recipients of Ihe IcIeKi-ains. 'I'he blovxltm up of a hnthllnK in oinalia, N.h.. on March 1M, I 1 1 , and of an Iron works In Columbus, In. I., on the same day, ticcoi'dtnn Li ortic McMaitiitnl. was iirrnni;eil ov ell-e a ph. Mc.Xlaiilnal went lo Omaha and wlon he was about to IikIiI Ihe rus. there he s.-nl the followliii; messa.je I., Mi Nani ua In I ndlaiia polls, which was Ihe sIKnnl nitrei il upon: "Please lorward check lo Lincoln, N. In isli.i." MoM. inie.nl s.i.s MiN.imara afli-r i.-cclviin: thai lelcmani selll a mes sui' to c. lunil us lor Ihe mall there to Publ his fuse. In that way th ex plosions ill distant lilies were "pulled ,.f sill, nil. il Ilslv, It belllkl "be plan of ,M. Nainara al Ihe lime of his ar r. si. according to AlcM. initial, lo . m ploy six . r elubl men In carry on fu ture work alone, thai line. The witnesses who ale lo l.sliiy i.-uardiim l,bi:i a ms Include s Iroui Seattle. II is said Iclcfiiams were s. nt iron, Indianapolis icKar.lini; a 11 PHU. ,-ipb loll III Sea tile In Aimiisl, PRISONER OWNS TO MURDER OF THREE ..I 111.- bodv and hair s . nt ii .-l v .1 iff, rent 1 1 1 t ae I ol e)le,i 111 ill ill4 . . I tlioiiht the hands I ii,,,l out I did uol k novx ,.. , u.n t ., II v xv as until I s i vv that niht." I saw thai in 'Ian . s 111) ICS.'III- I'.ki"! what lor- to sc. II II II, tlllle f e I I, I 'I . V HI I ', 'II, ..I. of tb I II e pi.. XlIU I I" Il 'l. Ota ki Ill's I. P 'I'M p. .1.1. I lie I.l. half ,-l -i v ns ui Km- AMERICAN SOLDIERS 1,1,1 I It M It II I l I Vol s I MM. l IIM .1 ! I. , ell " 'II' . Mo.. .1 'II. . i.l: lo- sl-u.-io. I.l til 'I b. , , llo iu i i ll . ol I , ,o,l l. .. I, ,,te VV . I e Itl la '. of ! ' P.- tl", II It XI TO INADE I i: li it I. a ,le s I I P Ihe National Pa. Unu company w.is one of the iili ni l.-i. csf.l by Ihe a1- leRe, packers' Cfillil i" itlon, to deslrnv j I ...rip' tltion. n:iN ki,ii toilny in tbs, I trial r.l the tin d.-f-n.lanls harued : PN t..li,uh ,. II. I Itl . I' .l ali.l ..el,i..- I I ,1- o- t. Young M inentii SjHMit Who Ri in Ai lested at Saota (,iiiifp!,si'S to Life i Ciimc, SLiyiit!' Men I n d Rolibei v. It Mernlur .1"".". ,1 Isl I W lr I .1 .li 1 n. : : -...iii . ri . r b. do, I v II II .. al saloon , out. --r.l e pf X, .. i hinn tion their ' ' J.'., -Th.t th. I : "i a.,,-, p.-tw . p t,c ' ' '- ' - ''In t:,. k I ! ' ' " " I . !' . y w ho h ex- i -1' I V. ,i .o pl.. chief j '' ' ' " n " lS I".1lx(t.-.l bv j '" !h' ;!' t piotr, tlXe l.n..r.1 ' " '"I i '1 nti.-s. an i.rcaniz ' the ir.,therh....,l ..f ,n" ''- xv'.j, h is hobline ar. ' 'u.s: here. v .ieleaste " '!"" IKh he I'-llrVfil thai 1 "a, hi Hck ,i,.,t the acre -""t'n.ifii lt- did r.,,t linc- I" 'I .;....!.! j,. r .f ,!' VOIOOIS 1 1 t - fStS tes . T , 1 1 T, -t t. r le.w . r .b v , P'i no rd at Kails. Pl'-i.p r.t N.'-'.n .-rK I. : ration a-P. hem ii iy U-f .re j .."off p. p: nfati- .- Solzer pr , posed $-.'".. ""'1 f.-r the ieleKation to fie ini.rn tion in l!dt.-;iim in 1!1. 1 1 ,n. rat " asd tariff Pol. Anjoorn-d al li P VVi.ln,.l.i. laa'd aler XX .1 - ,fd .i-'l-, . , ,,n u" 't I' . ,.f N. w York I'nil'd .-'" .tiolial exhlbl ,.n th sfel ! ft tn until no ,i x. It hout -n I tl.- 7 n r ational banks. I -l si rt-lns axeraff .f only 1" per it 'hiir hp itai in t h- ms ot M.t. --n hnks. Mr. Murrsx- said, a h.ss of $1 ''''l .nil, n..iibl Imp.lir Ihlr rap it Th.-re are i lthtv -one banks In x '! h a P ss of 2."'t and ninetv. thr.j in xxhi, h ii b-ss of J3.0"i would . tit I li aiirt.liif. m o ,1 t,Tr,fim anifl i.fpf-r the . apltal. I'.iririf 1tl th- aurpbia .f th na tional batiks, as a hole ! as ovr rf-r -r',. n-rlv dotibb' th amount f ix . t tv v. -M 12". xxith iriminal xP.l-.t-"ii man laxx-. Px III" bo-.ks . Pa.knif! coin . ar- ,' Showed that the . ot ed bx piirehaso ihito after its .iriianiaii.'r and that the pi i. , n " depend. -nt eon. rre " A majority of ties, upon were closed The pn. k.-i s P., -eb'tif. :coidii1e 1.. li roxernment. that the organizing f,e Nailer ... panv mas to op.-i..i- t' M tolel.t ..ll.flani. s. I.l In the propiHo i tn IP ti hih nn .band..!'.., Ihe Sher- Ihe National a- cnu-rnni.til oration a. .inn . n . otnpi titors ti March. ISO-!, I tor these til -,s iH.r.fifi.iififi, - on. rrrts t here- Nine Men With Base Au'horied to Enter Doiv.i f i'- i'i ball Bats Mikado's i a-id Sek t' H amble M'ois (T N;j"i)r,n. . .i-il., a It, I t a - 'I h. c- Ill llo . Iv op,. , nla. I. l o ,1, kli I. I 1 M" I s.,b 112 d b bed I. .1 I MEXICAN NE WSPAPERS rR.'ll'JlSE WILSON i I B M..tnlo ! w .-i Jenraal nr'' I eril 1 lr ii .1 ii. ; - ni'ld Itl .1 !! d o, II II ,1 ,. Il' '.. I.t v .,1 James Mark .'. A hltle i.tl iiifeil Pole . iii.iii ..ii .l.uni.irv I '. ,n In Stockton, . xx man. ,f 1 ( 'leiiirnt f I l iiuc. si. IX -a- a I 1 . Ml 'l In? f () CVANIl'F 10 WIFE PACE: THEN SELF . emended ail' X H s 1 ' e Itiri-rr of the .y sole ollt otiMl(f i Pa kin coin- ie fifteen n.e r- has it to put . .1 dollar merger, ' t" l.a-iae of t he ! In .1 - k f I. ru. . li ef its pi .-mot'-l to inability It. Among the In I. rs th.ia a. .tiiir.-.l I'arking eoniparix. Parking and l"rfX ii n t ...n Pi- pl ,li. 1.1- I that l. ,1.1 ll II flnani'j The eaoo - ! ! J -pel. t Kill, .1-1 let 1 -i .11 I. . .1 ll-.t;r i o . l-efl.l felt, in en-. I inpdl- j I V the T 'k a. uti West.in phdiopin.-s. Ihe Ih t'olornd . . i sn ..blieis i . . nii.anx. lien- lion leal the J nt o-r e.- xx ill b. .- tl. nt th. ''er I'nion hi.h-' Y:rd . csfv. n 1. ..-rmit it-ei' i elm" ,l ; ih' ma'ie J ! a. I ! I... o f I '! . ith. It , I . .1 11 - 1. 1 is- ,, node til the oi II Mi V. y and a. .1 s ...d. Illy l.lf 1 . ! , XX III t. ad lo , ..let mil ide, i ii. i J. tt Ihe i x I i. -t t.dlow ing an , i M, i ad ui mis- hl Xlle al'd b.lbx ...x ll ll t e. A small . - f..,ui. lid. iv III I otiii-nlion alNal. ...i.- Minn.. Jan. - t V .(.--ii.- t .-publican coiveii l. told h.rr t-.lix in '.!- .t 't. when scnaior I j. Kol 41. tore on bis tour ef th in the inter, st i f bis pr.-s-.i,.jaitn.