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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, -VOL CXXXV, No, 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1912, lly Mull, 50 Crow ft Moolh; Mn;: lly an ici . le (.'le, 5 Cent, do I cots it Moinll. HUERTA ENGAGES IN DECISIVE STRUG6LEW1TH REBELARMY AT BACHIMBA WHICH IS SIHGLHORTIFIED FEDERALS FIND FRONTAL ATTACK ON REBELS IMPRACTICABLE AND RESORT TO FLANK ASSAULTS bcls wlio lire attempting to effect an entrance Into Hie state of Soiiorn from Chihuahua mill in nil mi', I nn outlet for Oro.co's nrmy if defeated ul Hit rhiiiiliii. Twi'iil -eight ritralrs who ht been ordered tn u cc , , n i pn 1 1 y General Klancn on Ills n in nil southwest to Colonla Morales begun today, refused mill were imprisoned. Sixty others de serted to tlif linuglus, Arizona, i t of tlio American line. They ili'rlll rill thai us tln'ir horses huil been lakeii from thi'in they wi l l' u ii I i 1 1 n 4 to mi, ti l, on font. General Satijirics, In charge of nil Soiiora federal troops, was today or dered by General Hucl'tn, 1 lie federal commander In chief to ink,' Itn' hold against thi' rebels. Hi' announced I hat lie woiilil have tomorrow l or l'o lom.i Morales, near tin- boundary be tween Soimra iiikI Chihuuhuu. Si'' or. 1 1 detachments of General Garibaldi's command Ikiit boon sent toward Kuvispe, tho scene of the fed eral defeat on Sunday, to locate the rebel advance guard under Genera's Salazar and Campa, who ale reported In have begun a west ward invasion of Suliora from Casus (Jrandes, Alaiiil l.'iO federals should teach Havispe to. morrow and lighting is looked for I when they intern, t o retake I he mountain pans there. WILSON NOW HEARS FULL COMM TTEE F RDM MEN EACH OFWHOM VISITS WILSON OK ON IT ALL Long Looked for Battle Begins Which is to Determine Whether Organized Insurrection is to Continue or Whether Guerilla Bands Are to Represent All of Rebellion That Will Exist; Liberals Are Entrenched in a Country That Presents a Nat ural Fortress; Madero's Cavalry Makes Many Demonstra tions But Are Repulsed; If Ammunition Holds Out Defend ers May be Successful or Combat May be Prolonged for Many Days. WOI i:i I I III l l s mi-: into iHiKd.As. liouglas, Ariz., July Sixteen wounded leiierals who reached Ag I i Prieta today from Havispe, southwest of hire on ) 111' border between tile stati niit day regii s o' Solli a severe by rebels m. Th"v Mexico City, July 3. The divi sion under General Huerta to day captured all the Important positions held 'by the rebels at liachhnba. which they had se lected for their last stand, ac cording to official advices re ceived here tonight I rom the front. From what were this morning the rebel headquarters, (icnoral Huerta reported lo President Aladero as follows: "At it a. in. today we beKan the battle with the enemy around Hiichlmbn. The lighting lusted until 5:30 p. in. The en ife'nci.., !-.., beer brilliant, i: has been a great day for the fed eral army since the division un der rny command has obtained a great victory. "Tomorrow I shall advance further, using all possible pre caution, as the railway track is full of mines. 1 have all of the most important positions that the rebels had selected tor their last stand. 1 congratulate you in the name of the division. "At this moiiienl the brigade of cavalry in the vanguard is having a battle with the enemy. We have captured three mortars and some prisoners and also have some loss to regret. 1 will inform you later of their nurh ber as the division is not yet to gether, i'p to dale we have ex tracted eight or nine mines planted by the enemy." tion holds decided for A federal ait the several victory ISSlIt' days. means the will not be end ol siicces- li (By Morning Jmirnul Spri-lul Leaned Wire.) At (leneral iluerta's federal head quarters, Bachimlm, Mexico, July IJ. (111 p. m.) Gov eminent troops to night occupy the entrance to lSachim ba canyon and several important po sitions surrounding it, having- driven the rebels toward the north and of the mountain pass. General Huerta. regards the duy's lighting as a bril liant victory for the government. Might hours of hard lighting gave the. government forces the advantage ous position they now hold and when the lighting is resumed tomorrow neral Huerta believes he will haw' no difficulty in forcing tin- entire re bel army from their mountain strong- Id. "The government army made a great showing today," said General Huerta as he moved his box car tele graph offiee into Hachimba station at 111 o'clock tonight, a place only yes terday held by the rebels. Tomorrow morning at daybreak, he declared, the federals will renew the attack. Several mines were discovered '"day and the advance tomorrow will ''c made with great precaution. Two '"nib throwing machines were cap tured from the rebels and several prisoners. The casualties are unknown tonight as the battletield has not yet been examined but as most of the firing Was at lung range it Is not believed the losses will be heavy on either side. I'nless General ornxco, on account of a scarcity of ammunition has wilh ihawn his forces northward, as has reported here, il is probable tile lighting will be ih - organized revolution and sion of guerilla struggles. The leiierals at night fall were pouring a heavy artillery lire inlo the rebel positions, the extent of which was estimated by rebel officers at 1.(10(1 shells in five, hours. Colonel Francisco Caslciieda, chief of i irozoo's staff, distinguished him self during the lighting by leading a column that thwarted a federal as sault on the southwest. He had hardly recovered from his wounds re ceived In a collision of troop trains ten days ago. For live weeks the contending ar mies oau oi cii si-.;i! ited by a series of burned luidgos and mangled track age, destroyed by the rebels as they retreated north after the battle of liellano. Slowly the government commander had repaired 1T.U miles of railroad and several big bridges on the .Mexican Central railroad, linally bringing his artillery to Hachimba, where in the meanliuix' the rebels had securely entrenched themselves. owing to the rugged topography which furnished the opening scene of the battle today, an artillery as sault in front of liuchiniha was early seen to be impossible. The govern ment couimarnler consequently brought his guns into play on the east and west side of the canyon, which winds north and south for a distance of three miles, perpendicular walls of rock with incisional ledges guarding both sides of the canyon and prohib iting a frontal assault. Leaving a small loico at the en trance to the canyon to guard troop trains, the federals moved to the right and left of the. pass and mingled a heavy artillery bombardment with the steady lire of infantry and cavalry. In defense the rein-is had placed their cannon at right angles to Hachimba pass, protected by large columns of infantry. As I he lighting progressed, there were desperate sallies of fed eral cavalry through the sharp gaps which cut thr. nigh the canyon in many places bill the rebels managed to check each attempt. The federal shelling did little dam age in the rebel camp. At night fall only slight losses had been reported. ii'n and Chihuahua, ad feileral defeat on Mon fi'om Ibe Casas Grainb'S declare, however, llri' the federals li-nn i-ivil llMiN-ilrs Mlf fielelilly tile next day to recapture llaise. Fourteen federals and thirty rebels, they say, were killed. A w agon tram w ith I DO troops lelt Agua i'rleta today to reinforce Hie federals, Governor Has Happy Day Re ceiving Visitors Who Con Aiatulate Him on His Nom ination at Baltimoie. I.OUKi: ( AIJI'OIIMA I'KAHS INVASION San IMego, Cal., July 3. That Low er California is still fearful of inva sion by filibusters, was indicated to day by an order issued by Governor l-.sciiilero lorbiilding the San IHego and Southeastern railroad to run excursion train to Tia Juna to i commodate .'too members of the order of Ked Caps, an organization of Kan tu Fe colored pollers, who ure hnv lug an outing here uith their faml Ib-s. It appears that the bontomplated excursion gave rise to reports below the line that several hundred armed men had planned an invasion of the peninsula. i:i;iti I s loot town IN TIS( 0 STATi: Mexico City, Julv 3. - The port of Frontera, Tabasco, was entered by band of rebels yesterday, who claimed Orozco as their chief. Thov sacked the town and curried away the loot in a small steamer which they com mnndeered today. An uprising is alsi reported irinu iteloriiia, a. town near the Ciapus line. ROOSEVELT'S HELP i.i bat tomorrow isiv,.. At r.ehel Front, P.ai hiniba, Mexico. July 3. In the heart of the moun tains of northern .Mexico, where Ha chimba canyon, a natural foi tress controls the entrance to the city of Chihuahua, forty miles north was be gun today what may prove to be the last great battle of the Mexican revo lution. During six hours of brisk fighting between 5,0u0 rebels under General J,?eual Oroz'-o and an al most equal number of government troops under General Victoriano Hu erta, no great advantage was giimd 'V either side, indications 'all be.iijs that if the rebel Cllllll AIM A M1IVOI MY aw aits i n. ii r i:i:ni lis. Chihuahua, Mexico, July 3. Ner vously awaiting the outcome of the battle at Hachimba, forty miles away, which is to decide whether this city, so long the rebel capital, is to con tinue as such or go over to the con stituted government, tension here to day waa at the extreme point. The small colony of Americans and other foreigner? raise, their Mags over their resiliences. Hulletins from the front were nu merous but tinged with rebel optim ism. General Orozco during the af ternoon telegraphed that he had suc ceeded in diiving 1 . " 00 federals back. This is assumed to have been the tail ure of one of the series of Hank at tacks by which Jiachiniba pass only can be taken. Significance is attached to the de parture from lu re during the day of I'edro Ke-io, superintendent of the Mexican Central. He went to direct personally the movement of reiiei troop tr. litis. Two hundred cars are ready there l or an cinel geiicy exodus. For the sole reason of witnessing the Hachimba battle thirty Americans in the Santa Fulalia mine got the day I off and Weill to a mountain range J Jl.-ur the lighting. They w ill cele j brate the Fourth of July observing I the cannonading of tb- two armies. 'Several hundred .Mexii in employes ! of the mine also went si. mil to watch I the contest. FOR WILSON IS DESIRED National Committee Colonel May Come ! New Jersey Governor Against President Taft. Believes Out for (Iiy Morninit Kaltimort democratic milted that presidential of Governor in not iloul-iliil SM-inl l.piiNdl Wire , July 3. Members of the national committee ad ihe plan and scope of the campaign in the interest W oodrow Wilson would measure depend on whether or third party is formed by Colonel Koosevelt. The committeemen, who depart to l pay their respects to the democratic nominee al Seagirt, .N, J., discussed j informally tonight Die oullook for irovcrrior w Hum's candidacy. It was suggested Hint as Wilson was a pro gressive, Colonel Koosevelt might within the next few weei-;;- annouce the abandonment of his plan for a progressive party. "Whether Koosevelt forms a Ib.'il party or not." remarked Chairman Mack, "the democratic ticket as it Is now constituted, will appeal to both conservatives and progiessives wilhin our ranks and with the republican vote divided, success for Wilson and Marshall is assurred." The cominilteeinen say that while the coming campaign will bo dis cussed with Governor Wilson tomor row it Is extremely unlikely that any Well defined plan of aclioll will In adopted for Some time. The sub committee a ppointi-d Iiy Chairman I Mack to confer with the nominee on Hie naming of the new national chair- I man and the desirability of forming a campaign committee as a board of slrategy will be talked with Mr. Wil-I son tomorrow. Announcement is In' be made later when a full meeting of I the national committee will be called to take definite action. CONVENTION FACTS " GRADUALLY COME OUT Flocks of Old Friends, Class mates and Political Astrolo gers Seek Democratic Can didate at Scagiit, (By Miirnlnif .loiiriml fcpeclul I eimed Wire.) S' a grit, N. .1., J ii 1 - 3. .--Governor Wood row Wilson was given little time to devote to Ills personal all.nrs or his family today. From early morning tin- summer home here of the man who yesterday w.ia nominated us the democratic c m diiiate for president of lb.- l'nile-1 States was besieged with isitors thousands of them. Keglnu-nls of men, women and children on fool r id down the shrubbery, camped on his porch, climbed on the brai-;s cannon in front of his residence and repelled in handshaking until the governor .-- righl arm was sore and aching. The governor, however, did n d show- that he minded It. lb- had a smile for every newcomi i and ,i hand clasp even for the smallest girls a id the boys who won't vote for a dozen years or more. When they would not come in the governor went out and waved his hand ur look off his soft brown hat. In the midst of all this present day activity, bit by bit. Ihere are coming lo light incidents of Governor Wil son's making during Hie convention ami immediately prior thereto. Tmlii) his seci'elary told the history of the telegram to William J. liryan in an swer tc Mi. Hrinn's ni"ssnge declaring against the .selection of Alton H. I'arkir :i.s tempotary chairman of the convent ion. "As soon a- Mr. Krvun's niess.ig came public, even before it re: the governor," the secretary said. Wilson managers al Halllmore g gov ernor oil I lie telephone. " 'lion'l answer the message you hear from us,' they begged, the governor said he would not. "Down at Hallimore they rigg a rough draft of a reply and s to t he governor, lie read II and hi it to me. 1 1 dodged tin- issue. The ernor took It Iroin my hands. 'It won't do, Joe.' In- said as In It into bits. 'Tin- people exn more t li.m tins ol mi lust to them or mys. vVe'll fix up a not her one.' "lie took a p. id and placed il aeros his knee and wrote his answer to Mr liryan without crossing out a singb word he had ptil down." iverni'i' Wilson had tniinv pleasant interch inges of courlesies Willi h.. visitors today, many of these mem bers of other parties than that ol which he is the standard bearer. 11 seemed as if every visitor was an old classmate, a former I u j dear friend or a political astri'oe who had known that it was K CAMPAIGN lans Will be Auanrrd Today ard a National Chairman Agreed Upon hy Politicians at Seagirt, hard woi k the hue. n.it M ii-dial of Hie Vi of the tlel W It lO Intel' . Ulel'o ll" hai nan;' Jell! Hi .an i rati, u "Th mole IS i the p i-l'l since III.- 1.1 11 ll ' but all ex- .1 cue I h ll M l. M i a man id i... i b" in i I'hv , .- i I Wil- TREASURY 1 1 1 i it H unit t v. in. Inn; lclul.it. rl U .'- I, ..III lie, I tli.il hai p ii. I Hi ,1.1 the lb I- I , i In tin- I' i 'I. BE SUBJECT OP BY iUIRY CANDIDATE HOLDS OUT OLIVE BRANCH Foimer Senator Smith is to Visit Nominee will jersey Delrvaliuii lo Up Truce, Asked i New Patch be lie, 1 tbi- il the uul il All. I ..I np al ;l icled gov -. It would not I. If if 1 USed thi: dav tl to till i tell III. Hot See ippi-n ever so long ago Gilbert J. Waller, a delega Haltiinore con , out Ion, drop,, bis wav home lo Honolulu b .ernor thai Hawaii could invthing but Wilson. F. A. Thompson and 1 1. W. Gregory, Texas delegates, told I lov ernor Wilson Ihey had said, "Wilson" foitvsix liini's at Hallimore and would have id it foriy-six limes more. They me up I .Measdav retarv'. from Haliimori Hi,, governor's with Wall, personal mi Sii-pect Is Helen-oil. Sioux Oily. Julv 3. Habeas proceedings Marled this al' caused Hie r i olored, held murdered the ox members, lisea, lovva. urn I. Jos. and Hob. request of ihi Iowa, aiithorit. orpns i noon of Frank Koberls. r suspicion thai he ph Moore family of two guests, al Vil li was arrested at Montgomery eoiin- H. Hy Mumlng Jonrniil Ni,ertul I tt(l Ylr.) Seagirt, . .1.. July 3. I poll 111, visit h re loiiiui row of the national comiiiitiee awaits the planning of lin den mora t ic i :i in pa i".n. I'mil lit. com mlltee's arrival, Governor Wilson will say no word of Hie form which he ex peels tile line of ballle lo lake. The coiniiiilti e, which w ilt visit tie nominee in a body at his summer home, Is expected here at 'J p. in., and after luncheon under the trees of the governor's lawn, will uicet with l.im in conference. Al Ibis meeting the governor expects In discuss with the commit teeinen three things, viz I'he platform. The chairmanship of the . ..inlnil tee. The campaign trip or trips. Al !i o'clock tonight (he governor's callers had given him no opportunity to read Hie platform. He said lie would read it closely during the even ing. I'ntil he should have digested il. he said. In- would not discuss II. Governor Wilson made il clear to night that his "mind was open" on Hie chairmanship. He had imule no selection, he said, nor would he cluiime the man until after Hie conference. Throe mimes were nftenesi on his callers' lips in this connect ion. Inn when each was suggested to the gov ernor tonight he bad but one reply: "I have made no choice." The men la .question were William )'. MeCoombs. the I'lincetoii gradu ate a iid lawyer, who managed 111" L,o ernoi 's primary campaign; Hub ert S. Huilspcl ll. of Jersey ('ill, Iwlee eastern cnmpa.gii manager of Hi ileniocrai ic party, and Senator (('Gor man, of New York, whom the gov ernor regards as an arib-nl ami capa ble supporter. As to the campaign Irips the gov ernor has a strong personal leaning lo remain at home. lie said tonight that he wished he would mil have to Mir from Seagirt. 11 fears his conn sellers lomorrow will advise a long an show him h." :,aid, he would g CLUB MEN HOLD islant Secic Announces in ly Andrew ELECTION FOR PRESIDENT Mo I V I I ill On, v Kt I 1 ill I Hll. polled Out of is Piesumed N Necessaiy, Decker is Re Danger ami ll 0 Operation is ,H- Mnrolnjl .Yimmill iMcl'll IhwiI Vlr J San Fiaiuisco, Julv 3. -Flection of officers excluded all oilier subjects from con.sidcr.it ion today bv delegate to (he General Federal mn of Women's clubs now in ses-ion In this city The polls were opened al 3 o'cloi Ii Ibis attorn, oii and were closed al 11 o'clock tonlghl, but the result will not ha announced until tomorrow. reoiilent to of MacVea' Al Bitter e-,ed Letter Faults DEPARTMENT HEAD IS INACCESSIBLE It is Claimed That Other Of ficials Find Conditions Inlol eiaMe and May Quit Gov ernment Sei vice, I f ,.,-il Wlrr- - Misunder- veting was precedent :'s ag I'onilncti stnl.lishi and a spec!. ,1 The Ing io in yea police maintai I ordi r it lly of the polls. ( 'lily Ivveuty were supposed I" be admitted time but the icprescnlallv es . municipal law loiiiui difficulty forcing Ibis provision. In all 1,000 women cast ballots. Hliliclpal Interest eelltelei) i sidciit, the li, , iiiin. Up Carpeiiler, of York, and Mrs. Percy penn.vl cord- i by men I detail of the V b lll- wouicn at one of the in en new li.v . Iloice for pt ing Mrs. Ph the s be New i k.-r. if cither al Ihelr not hlng al-of if Texas. Tonight suppoiieis i andlate Were confident ll hiiici- had won. Absolutely lellnite was known. The delegates had their fears I laved tonight over the coiidilion Mrs. Sarah Piatt H.-i ker, of ln-nver, when It was announced Hull she was nun h Improv ed. II was feared an operation would be necessary but 11 was staled tonight that this might be avoided. T ARE ORDERED BK llr Morllinir .l.ittrmtl Hitrt-lid W.l' llllli-ti Ililv 3. - stMU'iini's of inn re than a year's standing betwein Secretary Mac YeaiHi and Assni.int Secretary A. Piatt Andrew, culminated today in Andrew's resignation and proposal for a congressional investigation ot Secretary MacV.iighs administration. Kepreseiilat iv c Cox. of Ohio, present ed a resolution for u.-h an investi gation to the In. use after he had read Mr. Andnvv's 1. ( t i- of resignation to President Tali. Andrew's Idler lo the president created a profound sensation. He de clared energetic young men in tho it.aMiry had been "hampered and discouraged at every turn by Secre tary MacVe.tgh'H idiosyncrasies, Ills astounding capacity for procrastina tion, his Incapacity for decision and Hie peculiar moods of suspicion and aversion to winch he is constantly subject." Andrew also Informed President Tali thai Lawrence o. Murray, comp II,. Her of the ciilTolii'v: Lee McCluntr,. treasurer of the tinted stales, mid other high officials of the treasury department, wa re practically . nimble lo transact the business of Ihelr of fice because of Secretary MacVe.lgh'H moods, which Andrew says "would seem Inexplicable in a man of in imul mind." Andrew slated Hint Ills predeces sors, tit ry !. H ll Hi, help. tour, but it would willingly. The governor waved the oliv branch totiigiii in tile direction of for m -r liiili d Slates Senator James Sinilh .( New Jersey, by expressing thai .lel.i M r. a wish next M New- Jersey Governor Nllgelll, Mi lenant. When informed that Mr. Nugent was repoiic.l li have given out an in rview declaring he would support Smith visit him her . wllh the "Wilson man e i delegation at Halllnion Wilson included James I! Smith's friend and lieu lllllll."!-, I a l:ei cqua inli the li pressi gel .- (ga in." ( in,- hundred gl.UIIS wet" ret Med tiny Were 11,1, , I lovernor Wilson ex desire to see il rind with M r. N age m I . ti arid si-.lv eiveil from republican for ( iov el in ibl tele Mi.lAT Wil l, VO'I loit (.()l Ik. N. J., .Ill who was one b l. gal al Ho New: Nugciii Jet soy Wilson leclan- go enii :oi: w ii. so. .- 3.- James H if the lour New pposctl lo CoVertlol- Itimore I I ll ,r b day iyal that In sllppoi I, convention, ill til give thi m w toiiM-'iis i: nn si: o i n ILSON, i ni v s v N.-w Yeik. July 3. Charles F. Mur phy, iiiled States Senator o'Gornum, ml a nilllil.-r of i'a liiiml uy leaders and il. legates arrived from Halli more late today, Wearied llolu the CN 10 Most Flaborate National Guard and Regular Army Encamp ment Fver Attempted to be Held All Over United States, Chaiics 1 1. Norton, later sccre to President. Taft, and Charles Mies, who also left the treasury lo the W hite I louse, vv el a iiiin I to submit to Hie sain ndl- uniler Secretary MaoVeiigii as Imposed upon him. Mac Veagh, for weeks at a time, ling to Andrew, would have lit Willi bis assistants, while. government business was delayed. Andrew wrote the conduct of Hie public such conditions was I, i Pel linns IV.iil M r. aci or. relalli president that business under Impossible and that Hie treasury business was practi cally al a si indslill. While relations between Andrew ami his chief have been strained more II, an a .vear, il is nald they reached the breaking point Ivvo v,eel( i ago wh lllv VtnriiliiK Jfiiirttitl Nliriiul I.fiiHctl Wire.) Washington, July .'!.- i'he senate d Ii I. lod.iy agre ploprlaling camplio-lil and ga'ii'.ed iinlilia i propria 1 ioli wa- i In bill w bl General . I- colli Ol. I Oil I II; w bos lilllia Hie , I.i r Willi 1111 111 no 1 1 1 s a Joint resolution .lO.IIIIO for Hie nianeuvers of (he .( the Sillies. i be originally in ad. Holy mil, of the re h was veto ,.l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I i an th. lo jo ap-ell-iii-ap-11, . li d gu ll Andrew coiiveiii Ion. When came known that Velll ll Would leave Andrew' would leav nt to the Chicago i he returned it be lli her Mr. Mac the i:nliliii or Mr. - Hie trea-niry. Senators Crane, Lodge and Smoot talked wllh (he president about dm situation and an effort was made In have Andrew retained. His reslgna lui was priuii" ill .' asked Tot. how ever, and he tendered it and left thu city a f. w hours later. When Andrew' advised the secro tary in writing thai be Intended go ing to tin- i e i u I . I i "a u convention tu assistant in Iraming the liuauiial dial, Iv lor Ih. in la ken sw l tig' ' CI S Ipplo: Kurop. I illil.Z V o Us Ml .riling Hie mo joint cxeroi.-,- s i his ' -'Mill I r v il nr III" liist time in ..unbil led o ng the magnill, d i mole I ra 1 1 . .us. Indian Appropriation I'.lll Wash ilni. Ul, July 3. The .. .i.i ait ion bill amended I.I a limn $ I.IHMl.linO lo I he I line a ppropi la l", l-v t be hods 1 I be s. r,.l, toda v . r troops i iieiiii i p t by lo- I . nsiv e In full lliaiiell- aniiual Passes. Illdl.il mil of the platform, Mr. Mao ai.b. il Is said, replied that ho de bts a-siiianl to remain nt his Washington. Audrc.v, his declare, iiusllccessl iilly sought una I inli rv ii w w itli his chief ii'liteii out the matter. Ho in Sll'ell III " li liiellds, ii I " ' rs to sir. i f i: Went ti i ia Is, il Mitllt.'ll .11 il I III a Willi "in ih- c I 'hie: I Ills is r a Ci m i I,, i i. , ss il 'il ha 1 1 il. ," ' 1 1 1 1 ll . lino if w! ,1 Mr the , ,1 t: According to offi-In.iib-nl w hich con jure (o obey orders giv s. ci ctary. referred to 111 .statement, dm ion was lefeired to on l tiles. " (V savs ho Will iliale passage. Mr. Andravv Rnys . "then lh state istiry department i positive, truvoa- a i 1 1 . I'r. Wiley .loins IlelniK l-ats. Washington. July 3. Lr. Harvey W. Wiley, former chief of the bureau of chemistry of the dep.utm nt of agriculture tonight announced that he had quit the republii an party and would support the democratic presi dential ticket this yeur. 1 r. Wiley made this knovvn at a me-'ting which i oi ga ril.ed the Wilson-Marshall Ielll- at night the departure today of a lug tone oiioeratie i inn of Hie lu-lrut or I uliini-uuiiuuni-J government trou,s to tiiK.itie the rc-jl ia,. I 1 IH It L lil KM LS MI TINV wiiiaN oi:ii:i:i:i t Mr. ii. Agua Prieta, Sonera, July 3. Mu tiny in the federal camp here marred Morning Journal to Furnish Fight Bulletins Direct from Two Ringsides This Afternoon The Morning Journal will this afternoon furnish bulletins on the Johnson-Flynn championship fight at Las Vegas, and on the Wolgast-Rivcrs championship battle at Vernon, Cal., direct from the ringsides of the two arenas over its special leased Asso ciated Press wire. The bulletins will be read from the east side of the Journal building by H. E. Sher man, the veteran announcer, and everybody in Albuquerque who is interested in the two fights are invited to visit the Journal office this afternoon and hear the returns. Every detail connected with these two championship contests, as well as with other battles to be staged throughout the country today, will be received by the Journal. With its unrivalled leased wire facilities, the Journal will be prepared to furnish the public with all the news the minute it happens. The Las Vegas battle is scheduled to start at 2 o'clock this afternoon, white the Rivers-Wolgast fight will begin at 2 o'clock Pacific coast time, which will be about 3 o'clock Albuquerque time. si to,. ..li i.in!.-; w In. v ,-re named by Mr. Xti.lt w m hi., letter as being dis : .":-ii..l will. -1 " I I to ii s ill the treas i,i. i denied ib while olh.-is were silent. I ii-eeb.r I ! t 1 1 . 1 -. .-I t he bureau of pli'iii'ia ale! eli : I a 11U'., .Imply said with M r. M:o eagll Wcl'd .11 l ii . itn. lit. it . r M . 1 1 - u , nun b.l lied t want to mn. r Cabell, bureau, dis n Andrew's his relations all ho could as on. Man.ii I Ho : i.i i a. '.lis .1, oallr I i suits , ,v ei n the -sist lilt , which nt : ninii of Pec mttiistratinn in is imp'-nding f a row of long" secretary and secretaries. A. culminated tu- ...... of his Pi. Ill Audi .lav ill Andrew's resignation. A few hours later Representative James Cox, of Ohio, Introduced a res ell Hi.. u pr. .(losing a complete Investi g.,ii,,ii ot Mr. Ma, V eagh s administra tion. In a spirited letter I" the president. Mr. Andrew writes of conditions in I the treasury department, en used ny the attitude ul iiecreiary of tho Trcaj-