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ALBUQUEKQUE MORNING JOURNAL,
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. ROOSEVELT MAKES CLEAR ATTITUDE ON THIRD Tl PRECEDENT Holds That It is Intended to Apply Only to Consecutive Periods in Office and Does Not Affect His Candidacy, PERFECTLY HAPPY AND FIGHTING FOR PRINCIPLE Speech in Massachusetts State House Reiteration of Plat form Promulgated Recently Before Ohio Convention, . .inH j.itirnnl NneHid Leased Wlre.l 'p.nston. Feb. 2tJ. Colonel Roosevelt i.iumrcd Into the thick of the fight i ha uresitTe'ntlHl nomination to- uiiy. He said unequivocally that he i ii hn fitrht to the end and was i am uerfectly happy now," said he. "because I am making a straight- out tight for a principle, ine issue iU m no ttav a nersnnal one." "Iln vml intend to support th re- liuhlicun nominee, whoever he may be'.''' was asked. "Of course 1 will he replied with emphasis. in response to Inquiries as to tin i chile for whicn he Is fighting, Colonel Roosevelt relerred question ers to nis speeches in Columbus, Ohio, last week and before the Massachu setts house today. colonel Roosevelt's position In re gard to the "third itrnV' was ex ..ii, men tn a number of his callers today. ' , , My position is perfectly simple, he said. 1 staled it as clearly as ) ecu Id In 1SU4, and reiterated It in .JOT. 1 said I would not accept a nomination for u thud term under .my circumstances, meaning, ol t'tiurse, third consecutive term. 1 couiun t nave said less at the time, nor couiu 1 huvo fettid more, oi course, i cuiild iul.llii)i,kmiw whether there wouid he a demand -" me l" cepi u minlliatK.il, at some tuture lime. And believing, as 1 do, that a hi lection of candidates lor the prc:u dency rests entirely with the people, 1 could not suy that at no time in m.v life would 1 accept another nomina tion. It must be clear to any reasonable nan that the precedent wntch loil'idi tor the third term, has reference ml to a tnird consecutive term. It grew out of the fact that a president oi the l ulled States, under the present convention system oi electing Uete lhim "mi if b.. knows how to use the machinery at his disposal, re nominate himself, , even though th majority or his party is against him. Hut ufter he has been out of office lor a term he nas lost control of tnai machinery. He is in the position ab solutely of nny private cltixen. The machinery is then in the hands of the man occupying the olfiee of presi dent." Colonel Uoosovolt promised today to send a letter to be read at a Uoosevelt rally here Saturday night. m:akiu iiiih.i: Will. nri.p Noil i KiHT i itir.M) Washington. Feb. 2. Senator ll my Cabot Lodge. Theodore Koosc vili'g Intimate. Irieiid anil How i oiinsellor. issued a Ktateinent tonight saing that because of tlieir life-long friendship, he could not personall oppose the colonel, und therefore would take no pail in tlu campaign lor lhe republican presidential nomi nation. Senator Lodge also declared his op liosiliiiii ti, the eolislluitlonal change Hun Mr i, veil adviM-aled in his Cobnnliiig Hpeech. I'olonel Roosevelt's announcement Ihat he is e. candidate as received In Washington with a complexity 'l . feelings. At the White House as when the le ws was first received last night, no l.-imal statement was evoked. In c, nil, I, .r..,,l..,l ii deell tin pressh in. I.ail,, else was dlscureid at th e ipitul. K.-li...or l.li,.'i Mllllellll lit IS re garded as a positive declination to support the former preidoiit's dl'luev. can In Ih. . nule Colon. I llooSeVelt's d.i lamtu.n lirougiu an announcement Iri.in Senator Usyner of Maryland,: that he would address the senate ai th earliest possible moment on the 'hart.-r of tne new democracy as out lined by former President Uoosevelt in hi. Biit.M'h ul Columbus." Mr. itatner urolMibly will speak Oil M'edncaduv. Ilia antagonism to Mr. Roosevelt 'has lecn often shown. Senator ClapP of Minnesota, pro rnssH,, republican, succeeded in get tin pit mission to have the Commons l-e h priii tul us a public uocumcrit. but not l'ore the s. nate had Indulg ed in a lively colloquy. Mr. Clapp had 'l-ken but briefly when Senator i alley leaped to his fee. L. I It W printed by all means, shouted the Texas senator; "si it be pnnted ,n red." Print-d and read." retorted Mr. '"l-PP. who a nvm-nt later an -pled Senaior Pallet's suggestion that ..i.in.-i n, . -it', letter announcing els willin.rn.-aa I., nrrrlil th" nomina tion 1 printed wllh the sH-ech. An mi !rni ol tv Senator Macon I itielii.l,- the aereral rnmiuniiiiii-nlf lie i.r .....-x -li that he would not ' a candidate lr a third term (b f,-j.t.,fl t.v imiinr iNiirdi xter. was n the "hf.ua. ri'e of the eapil 'l matter ui film uil s par -nti 'ih th.- de-.-t Interest. -,il-ker U,rk. hima-lt r -andidat f ' t ,he ,l.-tii. h r:il:e i.resid, ill 1: I B",,il- i.n. toniaht Issued a atHtemer.t "la Colonel Itwarvell's -andblrj the renulli.an nomlnat'on. Tin : !k.r'. ... m-nli VlT. nhran d In hsr, t rlle lnuace and follom': "ner- are m i aliar and In I'lir, f.,et in lit.- repubtiean im CXXXIII, No. 58. brogllo. The big wigs appear to have! forgotten historical tacts or to worn1 them. Many persons were, amnsed when the republican national com mittee fixed their convention on the 18th day of June, the anniversary of Waterloo. Now comes Colonel Uoosevelt on February 26. anniver sary of the day when Napoleon es caped from Elba. No doubt the re sult of the November election will complete the historical parallel by semi I UK not only the Colonel, hut the whole, republican party to St. Helena, a consummation devoutly to be wished." KKITKKATKS FAITH IX KIWI! T OF riiOl'l-r; Hi uti-r. Uoston, Feb. 26. Standing In the iissembly chamber (if the Massachu setts caiiltol today, 'l neouore uooseveu explained his new project for the lim ited recall of judicial decisions, t-oi- ont-l Uoosevelt struck out Doiuiy ai those who have criticized his plan. "Our system of government is R imnfi'Bwil failure." he said. unless the people are to be trusted fo govern themselves." Colonel Roosevelt's visit to the state- house was unexpected. After appear ing in the houso he went to the senate chamber and spoke briefly. In both instances he was cordially received, although there was no prolonged ap plause during his speech. Mr. Uoosevelt said In part: "I know that you expect ine to speak to you today, telling you Just what I think and believe," he said and continued: "We of today, if we ure worthy of endeavoring to lead the people aright, must be doing our part to secure social and industrial justice through genuine popular rule. "That should be our aim, g.-ntlemen, to help better, not merely politically, but industrially, the condition of those Unt fiivoreri bv fortune, and to en deavor to make and to keep the gov- . eminent of this country genuinely a government-of, by and for the people, i "I favor direct nominations, direct primaries, including direct preferential presidential primaries, not only fori local but for state delegates. I believe, in the appointment of wisely chosen j devices under which the initiative and referendum can be used, not as a sub stitute for a repres intutlve govern ment, but to make representative gov 't rnment genuinely representative, io sec it corrected H it becomes mlsrep resentatlve. "My position Is simpl . It is that, if the people know enough to make the constitution, they know enough In the lust resort to say what It was that they meant when they made It. 1 wish to cjII your attention to the entirely dif ferent character of the national and the slate mmitltntloiis. In the national constitution we deal with an Instru ment designed to define the limits of power between the nation and the i.cvcral stules. So that us regards the national constitution there must neces sarily be somebody capable of deciding what those limits ure when we come to discuss tho relative claims of conflict ing sovereignties, each sovereign In Its ui n sphere. "The state constitution of any state has nothing analogous to that about it. There Is no question In a. slate of any conflicting sovereignties. Th're Is only one sovereignty, the sovereignty of the people. "You are notithe sovereigns; neither Is thf executive: neither Is the Judici ary. All three or you possess powers deb.'uuted to you by the people but not patted with by the people, and there fore, as in the national constitution, the legislative branch has no power save that which Is expressly granted to It by the constitution, the legisla tive body, under the state constitution, has all the power that Is not forbidden it by the constitution. It Is a funda mental difference. "I am not advocating the recall of judges: I am advocating a measure which. If adopted, will prevent the ne cessity of the recall of Judges. ".My proposal applies only to the legislative acts which the courts de clare unconstitutional. I refer specifi cally to laws passed in the collective Interetts of the whole community, passed ly th.-' legislative body In the exercise of the power to promote the .... ...!( , r.. in lhe exercise of po lice power, which is Inherent In the! legislature, if such a law duly dealing I niththe collective interests or tne lommonity as a whole passed by the legislature and signed by the governor. Is declared unconstitutional by the court, I ask that the people lie given thti riaht if they choose to cxercls that right, themselves to pass final judgment. "It has been staled that this will substitute popular whim, the whim of n monmnt for the decision of the judl- lary. Consider my propoamon ir e. . ' . . . i. i U Iw.l ,. moment, in mc iii i'i - that has to Phss the law has to be , beted. Then the law is introduced into committee n, threshed out ie fore the committee. Then It goes Into the house. Is ar-jued to and fro, and parsed by the house. It then goes .... th- covernor. arguments for And against It are put liefore him and il receives his signature. -ii iWn Is tried in the courts ind li ii n not nossibly come to final court before six or cigni no"""-. ' i. then nraued before that court, tne court inak-s Its decision again, goma ,h m full, stating the ren - t.,r its decision. i:y mat nmc ... . , a My -propyl is. If the court has de- , "iSeT"".'"? n - i l.lerl that the legislature plus the ""jj,,,., wph two other women are al e'utive has exceeded the power f r"nt" j In lhe complaint of Mrs. ltreen. el by the people to tnem .inner constifition. that the people turn sniii themselves have the right to say whether their representatives In the I sisl itore and the executive office rr rUht. or whether their repre sentative n the court was light. provision ahould be made that n i vote could ! had save at a regular , lection, not trr than six months iia lanU affr the appeal to the people Is made. -Id that case you are that the luln- ire an. llm, would Im two yewrs of rlia- (i.snlinss'd "s.r ALBUQUERQUE, FRAUD ALLEGED IN ELECTION OF DD PONT Reed of Missouri Demands An Investigation of Circum stances Surrounding Selec tion of Delaware Senator, I By Morning Jiiurnnl KiMirhil I.enurd Wlre.l Washington, Feb. 26. Senator Reed of Missouri today introduced in the senate a resolution ordering an Investigation into the election of Sen ator Dul'ont, of Delaware. The revolution, which was read to the sotiite and tabled at) Senator Reeds request, after his announce ment that ho would speag to it. Wednesday, contains charges that Senator liuPont knowingly contributed a sum '"in excess or $25.0110 and said to bu in excess of $.-,8,000," for use in the campaign. It alleges that this money was sent out from Senator Dul'ont's office and was apportioned among "various cor rupt agents working in the Interest of his candidacy for the United States fenate. it further charges that sim ilar praetlees and the use of DuPont nuney marked the biennial general Btate elections from 1904 to 1910. Senator DuPont was In the senate ,when the resolution was offered. He made no comment at the time and later declined to discuss It. LAWRENCE . STRIKE President Taft, Attorney Gen eral Wickersham and Both Houses of Congress Take Up Mill Workers,' Controversy. JBr Morning Journal HpMlnl lill Wlr. Washington'. Fob. 21!. The Law rence, Massachusetts, mills strike to day occupied tin' attention of boih houses of congress, president Tuft und Attorney General Wickersham. Two resolutions directing an invi'stl uatlon of conditions by federal author ities were Introduced, but no action was taken upon them. president Taft. at the request of P.epresentathe Forger, asked Attorney lineral Wickersham to leurn If any federal laws had been violated by lo cal authorities who prevented the re moval of children from the strike ridden district. ...... Senator Polndexter of Washington. doit returned from u visu to uivvieie j.....--- introduced a resolution .iirwuoa inquiry by th- Fnited States coinmls-sloni-r ol la I or. He declared that Ijiwrenc-.i was n the hands of mili tary autocrats. yvmitor llnlllnger suggested that Mr Polndexter was "too impetuous Senator Lodge objected to any lerfcrcnce with the affairs of Htate in which he was supported In- bls by Senators llallev, W Hlium Overman, Chilton and others. senator noo rend a telegram raying that many or the children were being s'lit away to evrite .vmpaihy and did not belong to the persons s -tiding them. Senator llallev quoted Senator un man as saving the lwreme strike had revealed conditions In Massachu yetta similar to tbos . in the slave atates before the civil war. "They have substituted while slav ery for' black slavery." shouted Sena tor Tillman. MISS CROKER SUES Daughter of Former Political Boss of New York Tires of Stable Employe With Whom She Ran Away and Married. Bf Morale Jonraal HrwHnl li Wlra.1 New York. Feb. . The divorce suit of F.thel Crok.-r F.reeii. daughter .1 Itlehard Croker. against John J. I't-ern. a former groom, cam up trial (imI.V. for Mis Croker and r.rren were mar. ; ,y a ;. lpi. i .,..i...An ,.n a orii ..... 1 1 ii lift ,.r.. pun .... ' . iir.rn mm .. v.. ... . i.fiwiiiini fteninfi iai-naa rri-i . ' the . hler r,.-r-ionient nn,..-.. a,ni nieni a telephone operator Toronto. .ll.illta t. 1,1 f Preen h:.vin !-, n with Miss Dlehl In a 1 oronto i hotel. Mlsa Dlehl took the stand andj admitted the detectives testimony! ron-eming her having dined with j irn and gone to hi room, fhe said. t there wna no tmurourieiv. Mrs. Helen lo, krie. w ile oi aion...-. dettlve. tcstlficl that l:re.-n had aaid to her: "It's pretty bad. I expected to get a bunch of ni.ne from Ih.sv -oj.l . Mnieanlnc the Cr..kers mil I iuw all "'.' DISCUSSED WASHINGTON HUSBAND FOR DIVORCE NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912. SECRETARY MEYER BATTLESHIP Tells Naval Affairs Committee That Economy Plan Will Re sult in Japartj Forging Ahead of United States. SUGGESTS ABANDONMENT OF USELESS.NAVY YARDS , n.. 4 r.,,4U Amei ICa MUSt Ul OP tO t OUI IH Class Sea Power If Construc tion is Abandoned Congres sional Board is Told. Uly Morning journal Hserl'd I'awd Wlr. Washington. Feb. 26. Japan, by IRIS, will have wrested the position of third nuval power from thel United States and this country will have difficulty In maintaining use.. in fourth place unless It builds w" 4 battleships a year Secretary Meyer so declared today, j In his testimony before the house nav al affairs committee. The secretary urged greater Ifboralily by In dealing with the naval congress establish- Hunt. Mr. Meyer asked for an appropria tion of $1.1100,000 10 establish a globe girdling wireless system by which United States warships could keep in constant touch with Washington, with their bases and wllh each other. The committee' is pledged to econninv, and although appropria tions for battleships have not been acted upon, many members are suid to bu Inclined not to support tne cau cub which decided against a two bat' ileshlo urogram. The wireles, suggestion It Is be lieved, will not be agreed lli lor reu sons of economy. ' The secretary told the committee that even .with'M. construetiem of i.e., l,i,tllHlilliH a year. ' , lie , mi- States In lour years would be behind Japan In the naval scale. As part of the general nawil 1 1 fir u ill!.! tion aeheiue. 8eclei.il' M re ycr suggested ' the abandonment of the navy yards at New York. lloston and r....m.,oiilh N. H.. provided 3t.liw.- 0011. could be realised from their sales. The three yards cost the overnnient more than $1 Hi.000,000. In plmt- or the ahuiMloned yards, the new plan contemplates one great jutd In Narragansett Ray; another at Norfolk, a torpedo station ul dial li sten, and a small yard at Key West. The latter would be In the nature (f an iiuxllllary to the naval base ut (iuantanamo. ., . ........ Htronirlv advocated the creation of the grade of admiral! on the active list, with the creation of two vice admirals. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. aFNATK. Senator Stone Introduced resolution directing foreign relations committee to make prompt Inquiry Into condi tions of Mexican border. Senator Reed Introduced resolu tion directing Investigation Into the election ot Senator Du Pont of Dela- w""- . , , Senator cumm ns ,wm ... bill creating trimea nmiiini..ii .......i.i ,..h,,rliv iii limit slue of corporation and guard t.guinst unfair competition. Senator PolmlexMr. alter a i - sonal Investigation at Lawrence. Mass., Introduced a resolution to In struct labor bureau to furnish Infor mation on the Textile strike. Senator Uurdiier introduced bill for Bovernmeiit aqiilsitlon of express properties l a probable cost ol fin ic: tin Senutor Cuiiiiulns spoke . favoring auieral pension legislation, saying government could tax wealth If neces sary to provide revenue. Senator Newliuids Introduced re vised Interstate trade commission bill. Page vooHitonal ''111 to provide ap propriation for encouragement of education Introduced. Adjourned at .V-'O p. m. until : p. m. Tuesday. lltllsl- Met ut noon. Investigation of political Influence charges against Major Kay resumed before war department t-xtH-ndilures committee. llritlsh Ambassador P.ryi-e explain ed I'.ritlsh legislative system to Judic iary committee In connecting with IcaiMlatlva bureau bill. Secretary Meer was heard by nav al romnilttiv In executive session. Florida Kverglades land case In veatlguton wss resumed by agricul tural expenditures committee. A. it eoimi'l, ring District of Cr.l I ... A.u nn noitpe I hik .id ioiii I ..,. ....... fortlflcallonB aliliio- i ..vui .... - - -- - .. . PLEADS FOR TWO PROGRAM Sh WUd',.rlUil.,n hill ,-k.ir. n ll. niv announced rules . ..inmitlee would set upon Keprescn '.. .. ,,....,:., of Ijtw-renre Textib ,..!,.-. ..rik.- ' and Mrsns . oinmlttea again conslder-d advisability of In. Teasing silk duties to make up lor sugar larin rediwtioif. J!ay r port sugar bill two weeks. Monev trust Investigation will r..eln h-re wlthiM a few bearing lavs. S.irtary Meyer urvrA building two battleships a y r n.xi an . !- i.i f- . .rlHtlon of t l.i'fll.so for round th. dl. t .v the lrv In lhe n-ad nu.rd. r world wireless system. Iea- w. alm.-t abandon.-.! tonl.hl ft-i.res. ntalle Sahath lntrl....1 After l-dn, ot sin. e f-.terda nlahl bill for a..UlsiHon by govrrnnirnt ofjihe Jury l"ii!ht an..iin.-ed thnt in" exoresa. t .Rraph i .IV. ' . - ,',- companies. AdJoorn.il fio-s! . J p. m.. until nrw.r UNITED STATES MAY SOON RECOGNIZE House Resolution Believed First Step Toward According Full Rights to New Government of China, B.T iUurfflns Jmirnsl Special l.ei.ird Wlr. Washington, Feb. 2U. The Fulled Stales took one of the first steps to day toward the recognition of the new Chinese republic. I Representative Sulxer of New York, I chairman of the house commltlei on , foreign affairs, after a conlcronce wllh president Tuft and stale duqiai'tuienl officials. Introduced a resolution he-1 l:evcd to be the toierunnei i of formal ' recognition by this country. j 11 expressed the "coiifulent hope- that In the adoption and maintenance or a republican form of government, the rights, liberties and Happiness of the Chinese people would Jic secured." Air. Snlner Insisted that: the resolu tion was In diplomatic norm and In no way coutraven il the statue quo In the or ent or Interfered wllh the pro tocol existing between the allied powers. HF.pvnucAX ;ovi:hukxt Ol ARKF.l.S Willi DITCH 1 Narking, Feb. 'fl. The wpumlcun 'cabinet Is considering the Immediate Icuncellation of Chinese treaty rela- tions with Holland and handing the Not nei lands mlnlaurs their p issports lieeause oi anea.M. in-uiie i of Chinese residents by the Dutch im i.ii.i'itieu in Java. t Jt is stated that three Chinese have lbeell killed and hundreds of others inrrested Hnd Imprisoned in that place because they celebrated the ujidlcaltoii of the Chinese throne. i The members ol the t;epu niton n cabinet ure most Indignant.' They as sert that the Chinese in Java are treated "like wild beasts." Dr. Sun Yat Sen and Yinin Shi Kal are co-operating In the revision or the constitution. Yuan Sill Kal Is sending funds to Nanking. frightSTIeath Juel Bemer Caught in Fly Gasoline Engine Wheel, of , r- r ii i i i. p.ii. and reanuiiy rviangiea; ; coin I Drr.lr.ii LegS blOKen. ' ' fa...ui lllansleh to Ih Moraaic Journal. Itoswell. N. .VI.. Feb. 20. Juel H iter, 20 years old, of .ibis city, met death in a horrible manner, hero this Hfieinooti. Th,, young man, who con ducted the dairy laiin or Ills oiiini ; father, Leroy Merrier, was working vtltlt a gasoline ctMlne, , ......... OF YOUNG MAN IN ROSWELL manner he was caiigoi ... .'.-. M), H(.hff .id.es that after r. wbeel and whirled Hioiind and arouiui. ; . . itrandt asking ... r ... ..,.'.. i.. I... dashed iinconscbjiis to lh"j,, ., .Hit him In the Tombs. Ii ground. The young man wus alone i ,,, ipuvard when the Hccldent occurred, and none!,,,,. ,lin und .. in i,....tu ln.w Inou he law In ngoiiyl Kratiilt h id t,..f.,r he was found at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Merrier left home at 1 o'clock to start up tile engine iei" nothing was seen or nun uniii i ..'clock when a passerby heard groans . - -,,,,. fllllI),, .e ....for . - i tenure young mn lying beside the engine. Help was summoned ami ne; was removed to !tls home w here j despite everything Ihat medical skill, could accomplish, death ensiled at H this evening. An examination of the body dls-j closed the frightful nature of the liijiieles. one arm had been torn. i r.... it. .ocket. the other was i.roseii. I . . ..... ...l..l.a I'l... nkllll IIS were inso i. whs fractured uml the body was cov ered with bruises. Young Merrier was almost the sob aupport or his family, the father. wh': ,.wns a dall v.fMrm al the tun t heustern city limits of Moswell, where the ac : blent occurred, being totally oi.o... ARGUMENTS CONCLUDED IN ELECTION CONTEST ,S,hh-I,.I I.Unalrl. I. the w.n.ln "" Santa Fe. N. M.. Feb. i'fc. H the district court here tmlnv. In-fore Judge K. C. Abbott, arguments In lh owen n Slone rbitti'li contest were rule Icli'ded ami tne - - - -- !.-ipe, te,l that several days must elapse i- ... .........t.. it is lb-fore a decision in ine . " '.iovn tnm.h 11 l imdersl.l thai I lodge Abbott will b.n.1 e ery effort to having the case disposed of - i i III.- r-U-st of ei.lllis-l for the i relator. o. I o.-n, i n- of Kenne.l precinct. Santa recouniy. d and foon.l to coniiun n I CM " ' ballots tor Sol" owen. and mis ne- - Uplle th.' fact Ihat the Jmlaes of ! this (i - , t elv votes fi this mxtrinai persoi.. i rv In lh- Kenne.lv precinct I Th. disi-ov l. ar. o it Ih . .-ontcnMoiis or .Mr. ; , Owen's i ..tinsel that nis oi n in - . ihi jei to errors ot -i nn.n ...n. ln,n not counting I cnat fur him. (he ballots actually j ,. VrnllH In Mw-n.l ( us'. ex.. Feb. IS. Hope f Foil Worth. i ' . ' - I I...!.- Swain or.ler.-fl the tetl Ire hc.t 1 Irekct nt for tne tilunt wun ...... .n. ... irv a a In. Ity Mall, 5 Cent HOUSE ON RECORD FOR EIGHT HOUR WORK DAY Washington, Feb. 26 The house went on record today favoring Lie adoption of lhe eight-hour work day on all government works when a pro vltlon Tor such a limitation of the hours of labor was placed on the op- nroiirliitlon for the manufacture "f armament In the army fortifications bill for the coining year. . Representative Uaiich of Indian.! proposed the amendment which was adopted after a lively debate In wnieh la bou union members or the house rr ticked 'llepresental'. e Ti;lbble or tieorgla. who opposed il. T DARED TO MAKE COVE TO MILLIONAIRE EXPLAINS HOSTILITY TO VALET Correspondence Published in Effort to Justify Thirty Year Sentence Imposed Upon Foolish Young Swede Servant Or Morning Journal Rurrlul !.nd Wlr l New York, Feb. US. While Folk" K. Itrandt still remains In Jail as th" result of a tuehnleal legal delay in admitting him to ball, bis former em ployer, .Vlortlnur I,. Hchlfr, gave out a long statement setting forth "the pertinent fuels connected with the llrandt case as tir us they are within my knowledge." Having been de. tiled an opportunity or testify lug. he says u statement to the press seems to be his only recourse, "Certain newspuuers have sought i to atlack mv honor, says Mr. scnu i. , "and to create an Impression that "'V rl'loits to secure lirnmns coimcum. and 'to oppose his application lor c i mciii'v were oesiuneo iu nine . mystery which, if made publii would! iIImuimci' and degia la me before, the community. I have therefore decided that In seif protection and .In Justice to nil those who have been maligned during the last month ot hysteria, to make this statement ol fuels.'' ' . The statement mo puolle the letter llrandt wrote tu lrs. 'Wehll'r in March, lw7. which resulted In his discharge as valet. Ii reads In part: "I am a poor rdlow, bill I have a hi art which I would part with to s lady which I love dearest on earth. Ill Is von dearest aiiiyi I do not know If you are luletesieii III or like my person, but 1 do know thai I am awfully tond of you In every respect. I like and admire you Immensely, my feelings toward you. ' iii.nr iinic. has urown every ouy in j,lirKvr r.re,.mrereuee. inside my heart Is the eternal feelings which cmnot be expressed III words. (Only 'lie Ions can speak . Day and night ! mull the slumber lakes me sway, I i think of you. dear lady." The letter Is signed, "Lovingly," and i.intalns u "P. H." beseeching Mrs. F hlff "for mercy don't show this to your husband or anybody." ' P.igiirdlng the robbery at nis luune. r mi, in mv, be asked lirauiit im night he entered the house Whether he lin.i soldi anyimug ou me ..... . . oeoieii ii. .i.iK S. (bins, his counsel, to that Hans reported that aid to Dint in substance that "If the charge were prusseu ue would make reflections upon .Mrs. Sehifl Mr Sell fr then details now man... .HI..IIOV. 'ail Flseher-lbiiiseii, pre- iseiiled In Joiulge llosnlsky a. lettct written bv lliainlt. "This letter," Shllf continues, "con tiilned the rust written lolormutboi 1 of lli ainlt a lying and s aiidaloiis tale 'that he was In my nonse by Invlt.i- II,,,, Th rageous liilsltv of till" lletl.r Is show ii by the letter thai brought bis discharge." 'ehiM ..... "ivinu siotv was in. In, -is he declared, ol Mrnmll's appeal to Senator Xeion or M liinfaoln and or hi application to ilmernor Dlx tor a pariloii. It Ih expected that llrandt released on ball t" irrow. will NO SUGGESSOR TO UNITED STATES Creifihton M. Foraker to Re tain Position Until New Mex ico Senators Are Sworn In and Possibly After Election. wrlal i:wlrll ! the M,wltJ Jaral I .. . kl., I..., K, b i' Ii w is a - noonced al tint lhe pi the While House n.l'! .1,1, ol has decided lo re tain Creiaht'in M. F..rsker as i nil. 'i Set. V trt marshal for New M. xic. ..I uolll lhe N. w Mexico tainan.rs are elected sn.l sw-otn In and p.wih: cntil efer lhe pr.si.teiill.il , . i tli.o. This anno.in. em. nt ins- lhe s. ndinit l wis no.de foll.H -lh- sen. lie of (be rooi.i.alion ef Charles A. " ell... k as Fnitcl M'al,1" loarslo.1 for Arisolia. It Is also aal.l thel the pr. ld. lit his .1. Irrniin"d t m ike no .-hang, a .' f. .Ief.il of II, lal- In New M. xi.-.. l lh' I'll.'. Tils dclsion. It Is I-- I ltcv,l. la the r soil of sooie ont.. t Is- """ the republican lead, rs in M'i .'r ieirai iie-. MRS. CHIFF MARSHAL n Mouth: Single Copies, 5 t'eiil. Ity Currier, 60 Cent a Mouth, IJUAREZ WAITS FOR DAYLIGHT ATTACK BY VASQU1STAS FOLLOWERS Border Town Reported Sur rounded By Forces of Colonel Campa; American Residents Heed Warning. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS BY TELEPHONE FAIL Strong Force of United States Troops On Duty But Without Orders Authorizing Them to Take Part in Coming Fray, III Morning Journal Hiwlnl Ijpswd Wlrsl Kl Paso. Ten.. Feb. 2. At 11:1.. o'clock tonight the forces or Campa have arrived on the river bank, op posite old Fort I'llss und about n mile and a half northwest of Juarei. They are supposed to be extending a wing around the west side of the city. vm.ivri Fit DFFFNUFH OF Jl Altl . Wll 1. Fl I IT Kl Paso, Tex., Feb. 20. lil Paso speedily took on u martial appear ance tonight upon announcement that the telephonic conference between Mexican Consul K. 0. Morente and s Kmlllo Ciimpa, commanding the Vas qulsta army at lluiiche, regarding th late of Juares, had terminated unsat isfactorily. S'x hundred Fnlte.l Slates troops or the Fourth cavalry anu Klghteuith Infantry, together Wltn machine guns, were stationed at sirai egle points, although Colonel K. 7 steever staico Hint ne o o Hons to do inner umii ...... ev n ........ MfXlcith bullets be fired into Ameri can territory. , ' Americans In Jusre responded promptly to the warning Issued by Fulled States Consul Kdwarrts uml crossed (he Rio Grande to Kl Paso, to gether wllh hundred or Mexiean , combatants.' ' ' Then- preparations were hastened by the report that Cam pa's troops al ready had begun their advance from i llacche. but at o'clock tonight no f Infoi-mat'on was obtainable as do Ibilr illJtance riom Juares or um probable time of their iirrlvnl. Mixlcin siitliorltles In juares llent as to their purpose, but wero eiiK.igcd In active preparations ior a defense of the city. The federal de fense aeress the border nuinneis about 200 policemen, reinroreeit 400 volunteers, who declare they win not surrender without fight. Two machine guns have been posted on bulbllngs In Juares nnd soldiers sta tinned at important points In the city. lM'i:.MINti A l l K. Maitche, Feb. 211. The following aiinoiitieemi'nt was sent to juatea a. 2 o'clock today: Kncanipmcnt mar Clndatt Juares, !'. b. 211 I H 1 For the present I hereby an lioiiiiee. Ill the name of all the chiefs mid the troops under my common... that nil guarantees win ue exieino-.. to Ms nil foreigners and natives as i.i.ik there Is no resistance of nny kind off. red in cio.lail Juares. ir mere resistance if,. red. we will enter in city through blood and fire, If need be. -i I...C nli.eeil the time of six i, ..ee. f ' iii. -1 ..'clock today so that all foreigners can know of our pur pose. All foreigners shall be notified of this announcement. In case of an attack bv foreigners ( Americans I we will unite without distinction l,f I'"111 leal parties. (SlKlled I "ill'N. K.MII.IO CAMPA, -col.. Itoyl'K (SOMF.Z. MAJi'll TO MAM l.o.A." Mi;iticNs ' PTI HID I HON I II II f.l ltl Di.iikI.i-. All... Feb. 2. Heven iiline.l anil ni.iunte.l Ameib ins. who. It was alleged by th" Mexican uii tborill.s, w.rc en their way Into Meg loo to Join the Zapatista f rccs. were urn slid mar the bonier lineal Fron lenis. f.utv miles below Douglas to day. Their tin mi s were given ss Churl, s 11 Sheridan, .Charles Vlgllla. Carl l.lnvllle. Fr-d S.uindera. Arthur Horning. W. M. I'srk. r and John Hel lion. The three latter are known to t be pi. lice III I c. The Mexican consul at Fronteras si.l.l the men wore lhe regulation Fi'it'd States army uniform, but Ihls h stioiiuU denied by the men them selves and bv Mex'cans ( Fronteras. i:... h mail had a rev.. her. rifle, dag ger uml rounds of ammunition. They nr.- n.. In Jnll at Fronieras. I.1III IIVMI AT II AVs HU I'liull t llo 'F AMFIMCAXS W.htKi.n. Feb. Meneral iiiii.ul,. Iii I,.. rib. rn Mexico men- n. Ine the In- and Interests or A-... ri. aiis along the la.rder. drew li.. in the W asliiiigion government to b. d. finite plans for self protection. i'n'. in m M ilin Cialg of the general si. ill. os ..id. oil from San Fran- l -ISC til,. to m . stiua'e ine ooniniioii liop.ri.il n Hey snd ulona; the I '.it- f.. l ma border. To cnmiianiea i ih. -,.i,rn. cat airy Were uispalcneoi ,.. Doiit'laa and one rornpnny t- v.m1, s iwn i,lnts III Arlxoiia. i hb hj siilf'T,-.! (luring lhe as rev.ilittl.in. 1.. Texas border wele S--nt BS ..i..r.. irmips. but reorts from Kl P.isi. ante r depari nieni oiin.itis .11. oil. ting day. At first there rr ra of actual fluhiitig. hut later th.-v proted l he groondlesa, thought .,t ,'atiailow lng the maneuvers of th r. P. I f..ro- In the ti. inlif of Joxrea. Admnlellv there are cmplb atlona, l.ih foreign and .lom.slle. a Me It bmiir foi.elul aiti. . .-n. lh Pan fC i, t i : I 4 1 'i i 1, r - .