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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXV, No. 70. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1912 Uy Mall, 60 Cents Month; Single 'iU-h ft OtOM lly Carrier, on cots a Month. NTERVEHTIOH III MEXICO SEEMS TO BE NEAR President Intimates He May Call Congress In Extra Ses sion to Authorize Him to Put Troops Across Border, CONDITIONS RAPIDLY BECOME MORE GRAVE Chief Executive Reluctant to Take Step Which Means War Which Cannot be Ended In side of Two Years. ACUA PRIETA MAY AGAIN BE SCENE OF BATTLE BY MEXICANS Mexico CltV, Sept, 7. That the rebel at the smith have begun nn advance n the capital, la the Information contained In a mes sage .iuHi received by, the Ameri can ambassador, Henry Lane Wilson. The typewritten note in signed by one styling himself Secretary to General Bmlllano Zapata, the rebel leader. It Hays the notification was sent through Ambassador Wilson as deun of the diplomatic corps in order that he might transmit it to his colleague!. The statement re garding the advance and the in tenUons of tin Inavirrecton is contained in n printed jiroelama tion signed by live men promi nent In the Zapata movements Kmillano Zapata, Amador Sala zar, (lenevee da l.ao, Alfonso Allriundu and Jesus .Salgado. The letter is dated "Concentra tion Camp," In the state of Mo relos. in the proclamation the inurroto declare that they have no Intention ot deposing any of the local authorities With the exception of President Ma dera and the members oi his family. They promise to main tain order and lor a tints will re quire the assistance of the local authorities in doing this. Assur ance is given tl.at foreigners and loreign property will be res, t- ed. Ambassador Wilson has iransmitted the document to the foreign office. At the embassy all comment on the message was refused. Increased military activity at tin- capital In the lust few days is believed to indicate that the government regards seriously the latest threats of Zapata. Reports today were that the Znpilasls were gathering near AjurcO In the mountains south of the cap- Jdor have grown worse in the last few ; weeks, it Is in the southern part of Mexico, however, that the president has learned of Intolerable conditions affecting Americans. There, the Ma dero government, according to Wash ington information, s Utterly unable to cope with the situation and there seems to be little prospect that the situation will improve. The presi dent within the last few days has communicated a demand that Presi dent Madero be more active In the protection of Americans. lie is hope ful that this reminder, meant for the '.'us of ihe Mexican president and the Mexican foreign office as well, would be fruitful of results In boih south ern anil northern Mexico. The situa tion south of the Mexican capita) is regarded as particularly dangerous to Americans because the revolutionists there have much less fear of an American Invasion than their broth ers in the north. The only favorable plan for the protection of Americana In the south, Air. tatt lias been tout, would lie to send troops to some gulf port of! Mexico. The trouble Is In the Interior, and! the landing of troops in a Mexican ES llui u:?.,!He!;r'llf8! Federals Send Three Hundred -. - - ......,, tile south of Mexico to display troop-1 eM in force and I here instill respect for the United Stales, as there has! been along the Texas frontier, ! Only one solution of Ihe problem) has been put forward today, and that is Intervention, Mr. Tafl is still hope ful, however, that 1'resideiu Madero conditions so that Such I need to lie taken. General Salazar with Force of Five Hundred Rebels Marches Toward Border City with Pui pose of Capturing It, INTERVENTION HOPE OF INSURRECTOS Yaqui Indians to Relieve Nac ozari from Threatened As sault by Liberal Bands. frontier. Permlaalon bj President Tuft to dispatch) regiments to the Mexico border prnhaldt will lead to the scmllnK "I the Ninth negro MP vulrj from Cheyenne, Wyo.. to sum. point on the Aiifeona border, lurther to the w est and w her. the condition Is most critical. Troop romnuindod by Central K. X. Ste. tor at port miss, Tex., only nave Jurisdiction over the New .Mexico line, while the Arizona frontier Is entered bj gen eral w. s. Schuyler, commanding (he department of California . BUSINESS MEN FOR TAPT ASSERTS MB.JMJ.ES Republican National Chairman Feels Sure Recoitl of Presi dent for Economy Has Given Him Strength. I CONVENTIONS WILL SWAY ALBUQUEROU E THIS WEEK Democrats Fire Opening Gun Tomorrow with Progressives Following Tuesday and Re publicans Meeting Thursday. county count) honor east a It llveU . scrap , en I f) lions and i iharle i tennis, ol 'urry will be the contenders forth' if being Ihe third elector to vote for Wilson is alti but It Will be a tvhei get her pro Is not tin precipitate the coin able III nr. lit Se I at the sling lit leg i dlnv and Chat. INDICATIONS ARE FOR INTERESTING SESSIONS e will Improve a step will ni ltal. Cenerai Pasctial Orozco Is be lieved to be plotting with Zapata. Report from the north are con sidered to warrant the belief that orozco intends pushing south ward. In the state of Morelos, about 1,000 peon are report id to have disappeared. .Much uneasiness has been caused by tile report. WASHINGTON M.N Its WARNING, to CAMPA Xogalos, Ariz., Sept. 7. All official warning from Washington has been sent the rebel leader, Kmillo Campa, that Americans or American property must not be rkoleated. The message was sent today by courier through vice Consul Bowman, of Nogales, Mexico, opposite this city. The Warn inn is made necessary, the message re- It es, by indignities suffered by Amer icans, and says: "Any willful moles- tntlo. the insurrectionists of the persons or property of American eiti- .ens n the region now In control of the Mexican insurrectionary forces will be intensely resented by the American government and people. There posi tively must not be say maltreatment of American citizens or American property by you or your men and it would be well for you to so inform your men and your fellow leaders in this insurrection." Five hundred federal cavalry ar rived here today by special train from Hermosillo and departed at once for Cananea to relieve the federal gar rison there. Customs authorities here received orders today from Washing ton to pass 500 rifbs anil U'.VOnu ri fle shells for the use of American residents in Cananea. The shipment will come from one of the government arsenal, and win be exported at Naco, Ariz. DOUglaa, Ariz.. Sept. 7. Agua Prieta. the Mexican town oimu- site Douglas, Ariz., awaits an ut- tack tomorrow by more than 500 rebels who are marching to- ward the border. Couriers ar- riving here today from a point fifty miles to the south, report that the rebels looted the Ouhalondn ranch securing tea horses, arms ami provl- ! sions. The f.llll rebels camped there last night and early today started on the march for Agua Prieta, their leader Inez Sn- lazar a towing intention to at- tuck the Mexican border town. Duly a street separates Agtiu PHela and Douglaa, Ariz., and in event of n rebel attack the e American city would be In dan- ger of stray bullets. Agua Prl- eta is protected by only 100 federal troops and two machine guns. Reinforcements, consisting of N 300 Yaqu) Indians, are reported to have left for Nacosarl by special train last night. The Indians carry 1.1,000 rounds of ammunition and are well armed. They are reported to have tea, bed Fronteras, from which a point they will lie compelled to inttrch overland to Xacozarl. THREE PARTIES IN CONVENTION AT H Moraine Journal gpnrlal leased Wire. I Hi v ei ly, Mass., Sept. 7. Although President Taft will not intervene in Mexico without the fullest delibera tion on a step that would mean war, his friends say tonight that Interven tion is nearer than it has been since tiie Hist American troop wet rushed to th,. border eighteen months. ago. It can be stated on the highest au thority, however, that should tl.e president decide that Intervention H tin only course open to him, he will 'all congress In :pecial gesgtor- and demand of It th authority to sen I lie American army across the bor der. Under no circumstances, lie has ' "l.l bis friends, would he C i an un friendly act against Mexico v. itliout i onaultlng Congress, l"i iciids of the president realize 'hat lie would give the order to In 1 ol,. Mexico only with the greatest re bet. nee. They are aware it already "aa ten charged by senators that Ihe president might send the army o r .ss the line, to make himself a "ar president" and rely on that to bring victory to hlmseir and the re PUbltcan parly In November. Mr. Tail has said that such a statement is utterly without foundation and has declared to his advisers it would be hard to conceive of a president who Would us,. office to throw his country into a war which experts nave predicted could not end in less 'lam two years, that would cost mil Nona, thai would mean the sacrifice t thousands of lives and ruin fori ' ;s ,,, bo nig the basis of this am-1 llcn'a friendship with the Central and U American republics. SILVER CITY Democrats, Republicans and Progressives Meet and Elect Delegates to Respective State Gatherings, 'i'h, (Spatial llUpatili to till Morning .linirnul.) Silver City, X. M Sept. 7. The Grant county democratic contention met this afternoon with over fifty en thusiastic delegates present, Tell dele gates headed by State Senator W. It. Walton, were elected to the slate con vention that meets Monday in Albu querque, Resolutions were adopted heartily endorsing the action of the democratic convention at Baltimore. both in the candidates selected and the platform adopted. Governor Mc Donald's administration was highly commended, the initiative and refer endum wer,. endorsed and the repub lican majority in the legislature se verely crllizlzed. .Most of the delegates left for Al buquerque this afternoon. The regular republican convention elected twelve delegates, headed by Hon. W. D, Murray, to the state con vention. The resolutions adopted, fa vored an initiative and referendum amendment to the state constitution, opposed the recall of judges, tint ex pressed a willingness to amend th1 constitution recalling state anil Coun ts officiate, and urged the rigid en forcement of the corrupt practices act. A resolution also was adopted, ex tending sine -re condolence to tie sor row ing widow and relatives of Hon, Solomon I. una. Seven precincts out of twenty-seven were represented in the convention by twenty-four delegates. The Bull Moose convention this afternoon was attended lit six dele gates Who elected ten delegate to the state convention which is to tie iietu in Albuquerque, Resolution endorsed the progressive platform adopted al ChlCagO. ' "tub lulled both the old par ties, hit Taft a blow lor appointing Secundino Itomero I'nited States marshal and for removing Poatmaatel John If. Wiley al Silver Hty, The ac- i taking tinn of Senator Walton. ot uraai county, in protesting against the un- By Morula Jaaraal Special Imm Wire. I ki i'uso, Sept. 7. Threatened at j tack of Agtiu l'rieta by forces under uiea .-taiuztir, a rebel general, con firms the suspicion that Salazur la ten causing international compli cations. It was men of Salazar's command who crossed the Interna tional line between Douglas and KI Paso on two Occasion this week and engaged United States troops protect ing the border. It was Salazar him self who, on frequent recent occa sions, has made incendiary speeches and issued written proclamations against Americans and the American government for enforcing neutrality. The threatened attack on Agua Prieta by .100 rebels of Salazar's command, it is believed by Mexicun federal and American officers here Is but the daring continuation of the rebel leader's original plan. Agua Prieta is Just ovef the Arizona-Mex ico line from Douglas, Ariz., and the American und Mexican towns only are separated by a street. An attack on Agua Prieta, as rar as danger to iion-conibatantj: Is concerned, would be practically the same as an attack on the Americans of Douglas. Agua Prieta, only protected by a hundred federal Hoops, can offer little re sistance to a rebel attack. It Is evi dent that the Mexican government Is unable to cop,, with the situation in Sonora, border state to the west, ow ing to a lack of mounted troops. Willi Agua Prieta, Cananea Hnd Nacoaarl again threatened by rebels who seem to grow rapidly in number, alter raiding American ranches anil min ing property, i very evident attempt Is being made to relieve Nacozari. At that point, where many Americans, are endangered, the got,;: menl has dispatched .1011 Taqui Indians, who appear to form the only operative force in the .vast district south ot i lie Arizona border. It Is reported that relief has been sent to Naeo'zart as a result of a request made to the Mexi can war department by American Ambassador Wilson. at Mexico City. Hy Morning Journal Sprriul lu-nl Wlrr.1 Beverly. Mass.. Sept. I. President gave most of his time today to poli lit-. He disettssed the national situa tion with Chairman HHPs and Trias tiler Sheldon, ot the republlean na tional committee and talked over po litical affairs In Connecticut, Rhode Island und Massachusetts with b ailers from those state. Chairman Utile tonight Issued a formal statement declaring he has found conservative business men to be for the re-election of Mr. Taft be cause of his record as an economical chief executive. The statement, which met the approval of President Tafl und Mr. Sheldon, follows; 1 find the conservative bulnes men look with favor on the candidacy of President Taft for re-election, be cause they know he has been a con scientious and successful administra tor of the finances of the government. The situation In the treasury with which President Taft was confronted, was very different from that which confronted Mr. Roosevelt when he be came Ihe president. Mr. Roosevelt in 1001 assumed charge of a government whose ordinary disbursements for that fiscal year were J471.190.Sri7. The re ceipts for that year were JOI, 000,000 in excess of the disbursements. "The uggregale of public expendi ture Increased steadily for several years under Mr. Roosevelt. During the lust year of his administration the total of the current operating ex penses find attained the unprecedent ed figure of ItlC1.'. HA, and during that year there whs a deficit or $5S, itfiit.non. Thus, by ignoring opportun ities for effecting economy. President Roosevelt had permitted a surplus of t0,000,000 In IS02, to become a de ficit of .rX,000,000 in 1008, and dur ing that period the ordinary expense of the government had increased $11)1.000,000. or III per cent. "Mr. Taft chose to dedicate himself to the task of setting n great business house in order, so that Instead of In creasing the burden oi expenditure 138,000,000 a .tear during each of three tears, President Tuft's adminis tration has reduced the ordinary dis bursement from $1182,000,1100 per an num to $t;r,4.ooo,iiu per annum and the deficit of i5S.000.000 for the lasl year of the Roosevelt administration has been turned Into a surplus of 3n, 000,000 in the last year." Unterrified Optimistic, Bull Moosers Enthusiastic and G, 0. P, Fatalistic Sums Up Var ious Sentiment. tie come up for set tlemeni lion at Issue in the Phot M of regularity in the elect!. delegates, otic set hating be al th,. primaries and the o lug been sent from a oiint lion. In Ihe Collax I ase It li rental scrap between Dr. C houaon and John .Morrow county leadership, and it sei a question of Which leader i ihe biggest personal tollowir contention. This rivalry cro every election, ami the stat would prohuhh i, ,1 loneso out a contest between It Morrow delegates from thei , are no count til ed upon this fall and b agreed on Ihe congrasi II Is not probable that get beyond a tempo rar whit b deles ttlon -bail Th. I III i hi it. f the lee led lint - II V i II pir-Kol 1 the to he swing i Ihe mt at aders with ti and As Ol WILSON'S RIVALS AT BALTIMORE TO BE ADVISORY' COMMITTEE Ihoiiso it Colfax kets to b ill) factions are lonai question, tile light will I squabble ot er CUSl the vole. All three or the poll! Will be on display In Tn Albuquerque, (or the fir iug the ensuing week, morning the democratic show Ills paces at th on the following dat I pan it tin Tomorrow donkey will Rika' theater; the bull moose SI't I l -IIIMl V- PltOMIM D AT PROatMSMHIVK CONVKXTION Former Governor Miguel A, Otero win, in all probability, cnll the pro gressite convention to ortSe? as tcm porary chairman, w hen it Tuesday afternoon ai Whether the got ei not w ill d keynote peech is noi as t. n l inn la n i possible that otne "in may I ailed upon to sound til s Up iply in s, dW' sin fi the new parly STREET SPEAKERS IN MINNEAPOLIS ARRESTED Police Charge Throng of Two thousand People, Many of Whom Are Industrial Workers of World. president teniae authorized i seating of Senator Botenlo Itomero, of teneral Leonard Wood chief of staff 'Socorro coiintt. and the stand taken " dispatch two more regiments of 1 hv Congressman l-Vrgusson in iiltu rl., '" Texas border. The 1 "ts win be sent iron. Fort Kan., and Fort D. A. Russell. "fining. So far as the was Informed mediate need Texas president I"1 no Im- catlng itiende IllOle ball IcsllipS. Wele I. a there will tor more trooos in : ton conditions along that tx.r-j FORECAST. Washington. Sept. 7 .Vet M -Pioi.abit tin Head .mt IteMa) The request made today to Wash ington to allow 900 federal troops, mostly Taqui Indians, to through the I'nited States Juarez to Aglia Prieta. has caused much protest along the border. 1! is asserted by border residents that this action, If permitted, will so antag tllze Mexican m:,aude's. that all Americans along the border will be In conatoM danger. The exact where abouts, of Pascual Orozco. Is un known, although he is known to hate been located a few miles south of .luar.z. He. apparently, has been no hapd in the operations be low the Arizona border, wher, sala zar is In full command. It is expe, led that the thirteenth nalri from Fort Riley, Kan, will be ent here to proteei the N'ew Mex ico border west of this point where M'-xii-an rebels hate frequently cn.se ed the line to raid ranches and. hi two Insla in e, engaged Americjin troops. At preent there are onlv five troop of the Third catalrt operating on the New Mexico (Br Morulas Journal Npcrlnl Lmnt-il Wlr.) Minneapolis. S.pl 7. Headed by Night chief f Police Prank Fern, thirty patrolmen and detectives, late tonight, charged nil unruly crowd of two thousand person (fathered In "Bridge Square," one of the princi pal thoroughfar f the city, and nineteen of the ring leaders were lodged In Jail. Man) of those In Ihe crowd, the police say, wer Indusii al Workers of the World. No socialist! wer,. present tonight, it wus said. The trouble tonignt .centred when a large crowd assembled on the liassl square which was packed with curls f,.orn j and vehicle returning from the stale fair. TO th pole e outer to "mote on. a number of speaker attempted to make protest, declaring the itreeta w.-re tree to the public. The police. however, who have been watching th Situation closely Bines the rioting ti Wed nesday when even socialists wer arr.sted. hHHiedlntrly arrested th ring leaders and dispersed the crowr1 win disport himself before his admir ers, and on Thursday the old elephant, somewhat disfigured by the fierce on slaughts of the mooge, will endeavor to prove that he Is Just as young us lie used to he. The general political situation in the Blute may be described In the words of the erudite collegian as "u heterogenous i 0111 m I ng lenient of In compatible particles," or wolds to that effect, and the political panorama Is shifting with such dazzling rapidity these day in New Mexico that It I an extremely wise man of ant parly affiliation who knows just where he lis at, or where he will be tomorrow, j The dominant feeling ami attitude I Of mind w ith which the three parties appioiiin me iiciiiui contest mat ntt defined somewhat as follows: Democrat t- Iptlmlsm. Pi oft sash et Knthuilnam. Republicans- Fatalism, With the bull moose rending the sides or tearing al the vitals of the clumsy and already crippled old ele phant, the democrat take the m st toscute view of the future, ami ap parently with much reason. They are firmly Impressed with the belief that the old-time republicans are so wide ly and evenly divided that It will lit an easy mutter for the dunkc.t to slip in and c.iri) off the hay hence the optimism. The followers of the doughty colonel are lust brimful of hurrah and bustle, and the) lay the Inn has not begun lis yet. "Just wait until the old 'bull' himself, lands 111 Alhuuiiet- que on the isth," the) sat, "and gives a few of hi- resonant bellows and there will be noihiiig lol'i for the oilier lellows to do Inn lake to the tall timber," That the coming of Roosevelt ami the consequent enthu siasm that follows wherever he treads is bound to garner totes for the progressive sheaves, is undoubted j.t true, the only question being. "Will il garner sufficient to overtop ihe democratic stack '."' With those who slid trail In the wake of th,. elephant, tiie feeling is like that which actuated the old guard. Thet will die, hut never sur render. Kismet." the., sg, and while there are anoarentlv none so rilSll JIM to OleOlel irUtnHV ..II .1. I thai there will be no surrender, and thet ale seemingly lealgned to the In evitable and are in reality, giving most of their attention toward mind. j lug their fences, w ith a t lew to the next election, although you cannot get on.- of i hem to admit this. It has been practically settled, al though not officially announced, that A. A. Jones, of San Miguel county, iii aci as temporary chairman of tin- democratic convention when n convene tomorrow ami win make me lie) note speech. AS to who Will be' permanent chairman, is still in the lap! of Ihe gods, .lames A. Paxlon, of Doha Ana. seems at present to have the heal chance to land the honor, with .1. H. Crist, of Santa IV, decidedly ill and ., number of other mentl d, There is a oi lor the position of d gresalve will have a feast at Right, When Ihe pulllll will tiled to hear She spellbinders, will be almost enough speeches mt enei o'clock ver tin settled oratoi too- e pro- rotor) he In iln re to go Ch iam J, Bryan Becomes lan of Organization with Clark, Underwood, Har mon and Others to Assist. ACCEPTANCE WIRED BY ALL OF THEM Governor W, C, IV State Chairman peth Arc Mexico, Appi cDonald and A, H, Huds- il lioni Now around at ihe progressive Inaugural taikfeat. colonel George w. Prloh- Srd is spoken of a one of ihe night orator, although lie may be called upon lor tin Although ivy has del make the keynote speech Congressman Q hired that he race am) Cur candidate, it Is know is a strong element, espe tile eastern counties, Insist on his acceptance thai the Chaves county sent a delegation Instruct is evidence of this Inl'iuenoi irg ' will not is not a thai there 1 1 from Unit will The fuc cont entioi I l or i Jurfy It I ..Is. thought that Colonel Roosevelt would be dee-lighted to hate his staunch friend and admirer make the race, and it is said that t'i'irt Is talrlt brimming over with enthusiasm and loiuiileiiee III the cause of the bull moose lie 1 said to hate declared that Ihe colon1 I would carry forty ot the lorty-elght slates In November and to hate t.nnili other equally sanguine predictions. Should CUrry decline to chlct 111. race, the progressive are sortictfhut at sea us to a candblatt'. IB, P. Hit Jac, of Uddy, is being meiilioned. Hi Is an ex-democrat, and the progres sives waul democratic as well as iv publican support tiovernor ntcro Colonel Pilchard, John Huron llurg, and a number of others are mentioned as possibilities. The personnel of the progressive electors has mil as el been even def initely discussed, although It Is pructl Cttlly decided that there will be two Spa II ish-A met ill. Ills. Iloth Jesus Ito mero, of Albuquerque, and Marcos C, de Bacg, of Sandoval county, are men Honed. .Man ns C. de llaca seems to hate a slight lead on account of his superiority to the sheriff as cam paign orator. The elector will lie di vided geographically, one from the northern, one from the central and one from the southern counties, RKPVtUJCANS TO NAME NATIONAL ttOMMI TTKKM A N Interest In the republican conven tion, which i ts Thursday, centers principally around the election of a national committeeman to auoceed the late Solomon I. una. Among those mentioned foi the place are Holm . Bursuin, Henator Thomas it. Catron und Charles A. Spless. With Ihe chancs apparently ill favor of the se lection ot Rursum. He is said to be the shrewdest and most experienced political general of Ihe three und to be the logical man for the pit de spite his overwhelming defeat in the gubernatorial race lost fail, it is Hr Mornlns .louriial Nperlnl l.n.nd aim 1 New Yolk, Sept. ,. All ihe candi dates for Hie democratic nooilnnlioo iqr president before fhe recent Balti more convention were today appoint ed an advisor) cornmilttea o( the dem ocratic national committee foe the campaign of ttyti, with Wiiham J. Bryan as chairman. The candidates named w.ro Oscar W. L'nderWOOd, of Alabama. Cot. John I). Hivri!.'. of North Dakota: QoVi .iiidsoti Harmon, of Ohio: (Jov, Eugene X. FOSS, of Massachusetts: Speaker Champ Clark, or Missouri; Senator John W. Kern, Of Indiana, and cm. simoon k. Baldwin, of Connec ticut, The acceptances were re ceived hv wire today at democratic national headqua rter. One or more additional From each stale were also iii the advisor) comraltti Iheiii is one woman, Mrs. 10, of Tacoma. This list, as given OU1 by the na tional committee, includes: Arlaono, M. E, Smith, n i Aahurst; Califor nia, John ft. Raker, liavin McNab: Colorado, John F. Shall oth, Henry M, Teller: Idaho, James II. Hawlcy. Henry K Heitfeldti Montana. H, U Meters. H, I.. N'oirls, Nevada. Fran cis li. N'ewlands, e) I'iltioan: New Mexico, W. c. M, Donald. . H. Muds ill th: Di ego,,. Cool He K. Chamber lain. Judge Burke; South Dakota, Dt 8. Johnson, James ffi. Coffey; Texas Charle A. Culberson, ti it. Coloultt: t'lah, U W. MartlneaU, F. A. Nebe kci ; Washington, tleorge F. Cotterlll, Mrs. IJ, J. Walsh; Wyoming, John K. Osborne, S. ti. Hopkins. member a ppointeo Among .1 W.i Ish, WILSON I'ltVISFs sTIlAt ss. pnoorussettVE Mun.m: Seagirt. N. J Sept. 7. Strong praise for the nomination of Oscar s. .Strauss, as the progressive party's gubernatorial candidate in New York. ne from both and Vice Chalrm of the democrats here tonight, "The iioinlu.il ion one and will put i the governor bad in the day. Mr. Mi I bHVe Known Mr i Intel nor Wilson i William Mi'Adoo. national committee i Is an admirable is on our mettle," remarked earlier Idea said tonight, Strauss for a the runiilu leader al lively light oil state chairman, Walton, of Silv Treasurer t i. be Ihe prim i Arthur Seligmar running, (peth, ol pOSlI li Hi, west of Ki poae SMITH ( IIM)IKM K8 MEXICAN INVKsth; ATION Bl Paso, Sep' William Al.len Smith, senaioi from Michigan, ami bead of the senatorial committee in vestigating the relation of Aaaerlcan capital to the revolutlea in Mexico, today opened put It' hearing here Testimony was taken from various mining ami cattle meB of former r, idem In Mevo o, but no fur has failed to throw ant m n- .tional light on the present revolution r that conducted in Krancls... 1 Madero, mm prMe)l of Mexico. State Senator W. I!, r City, anil State Marion are said to U contenders, wit!. , of Santa Co, in the It is said that A. II. Hud White inks. COUld have the toil declines to accept. Mar ion Is belle ed i" be in the lead. Of course, the old War horse, Har vey R. Ferguason, will make the raue for congress, and the democrats sat it won't be any race, but Just a plen-'- unt siroll for the congressman. It I known thai Fergui son bis a decided following among the republicans win, ha t gone over to the progressives, and he is exp.eied to add large)) t" his democratic tot,, from tin members of the new party who will stippoit Ihe piogressite presidential electofat but will slip lii a ballot loi the democra tic congressional candidal.'. Kerglia non'S congressional record is good and his personal popularity will undoubt edly bring hi.r. a large number of totes. In fuel. Fergosson in undoubt edly, the one best bet In the present campaign. For .lectors, II Is the Intention of the democrats to name tv sp.mlsh Amerleans out of three to he chosen. Lieutenant Oovernor K. C. de DnjCl I-1 slated for one and Kugenlo Romero, of Mora i 1 1 1 1 1 1 V , and Max Monioyn. of Socorro, are pioininentl) mentioned far th se. ..mi. John a. Pace, of l nleft thoiighi thai Senator Catron will be too much occupied with his semi loria I duties at Washington to give the ti and aitetition necessary to the post in sin, old Nathan Jaffa be uceepl the nomination, it si able hO I he will be I he III; the race against Pcrgussoi gress. It Is significant lb; Albuquerque Ihe "tiler day great ninny years is, admiration ft well as for his nation I both sir Th governor frained from diet Hi' gubernatorial York state ami course today. and have t he grea I -' him personally as ibillty. The nomt mg and admirable," has repeatedly re using the democra sii nation in New Could not alter his C. 1 1 DELEGATES Induced i cms proli il tn innk i for con t u h Mr. .in rr ARE ARRIVING IN In never once said that he would not ac cepl the congressional nomination, al though repeatedly pressed on the sun Jed. li. contented himself with tin statement that he was not a candidate and would not seek the nomination. Many republican Interpret this to mean thai Jaffa can be Induced to ac cept if sufficient pressure I brought to bear, nnd II is known that liu would prote a Strong candidate. Mfogo Baca Is mil with an open declaration that he wants the nomination and as the Bernalillo county convention in true ted us delegate yesterday to vote for him as a unit, he Is certain ol , nineteen rote and. it Is said, will I. ate a biiong following from Several j other counties Judge K. A Mann I bus been nr. on i lien l I '. ..linker, ton I,,1 a Journal reporter yesterday, he said I "I would not accept the nomination' under ant circumstances, J am not after, and would not lake any politi cal nomination now If it were offered i me on a silver platter. For electors, the lepubliiann will probably name one Spanish-Aun t e , n and two Anglo-Americans. Solomon I. t.lUI would lllliloubledlt have beet. one of those selected If he had lived and II Is admitted I) republicans, that his death has lost the ticket at least I. OOa votes In Ihe state. l.evl A. HugheH. ol Simla Fe, and Dr. J. M Cunningham. o I .as Vegas, are tipped an the two Anglo-American electors While B C. Heini.ndex. receiver of Ihe Santa Fe land office. SI I est re Mlrn Iml, of Valencia county, nnd Don F.u g. iilo Itomero. of San Miguel county, ale spoken of as the Spanlsh-Ameri-c. ii elector. LOS ANGELES Genera New Yea i Comi Daniel F, Sickles of Yoik, Eighty-Seven Old, Candidate for nndei -in-Chief. i I Hi Morning ton mat nperlnl t,nnsS Wire.) I. OS Allgiies Sept. 7. QoRWMM der-in-Chref H M. Trimble, of the ihe llepubllc, with his 'i lit ed in i.uB Angeles ittend the annual en. a ti begins Monday Qeneral Trimble, were lleneral Koch, Judge Advo ham, Chief ! staff Wright, 1 1 "Hand . party of late tod. i au.pinent a eoni partying Adjuta nl rate Ret Senior Aide V; ihe executive rni'ii and olllllliltee menib. and rs of their Ueneral Daniel K. Sickles ami pant from Now York united tonight, fleneraj Klcgles Is one of the avowed . shd Ida tea for coinmnndf r-ln-ehief He h. i. 1st passed his situ birthday. Special trains bringing delegations from Ohio. IMinst Itiinla, Illinois. North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado and Aft BOM arrived during tho day. With the Ohio delegatea came Stat I'niumaiider V. C. Blodgvtt, who was mphatle in his declaration that he not a candidate for commander-. In-chief. i w uiy-tf spec 11 trains, eachi bearing 1Mb. or more delegates ami visitors, are si h. doled to arrive ton iii'iruw.