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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXV, No. 87. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1912, Vf Mall, 0 Cenu Molllli; Single Copletl S Ocnta. It; torrler, ml Cents Month. SMITH DEFEATED III PRIMARIES BY ; ACTIVITIES OF WILSON New Jersey Ex-Boss Makes Futile Fight for Nomination for United States Senator ship by Democrats. GOVERNOR'S CHOICE HAS BIG PLURALITY Real Question Was Ability of Presidential Candidate to Control Vote Over Bitter Opposition, CONFESSED MURDER TO SECURE $10,000 REWARD Denver, Sept. 24. Jacob S. Krusno, u llusslan, living In Jasper county, Iowa, was arrested hero tonight and confessed that on promise of a rc ward of $10,000, ho hud ralsely nc ctised himself of murdering Mr. Mathilda llcrmsmeler, of Nt-wton, Iowa, The reward, hi' told tho police, was promised him by Simon Knutipe, father of Leo Krnnipe, who was oon vletod of the crime lind sentenced to life Imprisonment, The motive of the aliened deception was the hope of ob taining a pardon for Krumpe. Mrs. Ilornismclr, a rich root use liv ing: on u farm near Newton, Jowu, was found murdered on February 26, Iflll. Knunpe was convicted In his trial. Several month!" later the gov ernor of Iowa received a letter from Kmmio. mailed In New York. The writer culd that he was departing for Hussia and that he wished to confess that he murdered Mrs. llermsnioleri and that Krampe. was Innocont. The Iowa authorities doubted the genuine- j ness of the confession and traced Krasno from New York to Colorado ( Springs and from there to Denver, A CHAOS CONTirjUES INTERVENTION Ifj'CLAPP COMMITTEE TO DOMINATE IN MEXICAN STATES Rebellion, Formerly Centralized in Chihuahua, Spreads to All Border Sections of South- ' ern Republic, MORMONS WARNED AGAINST RETURNING OLD AGE PENSIONS LAW RECOMMENDED SAT DOM GO NECESSARY TO OPEN PORTS SCORES IN l. Morning .lonnuil Nr-Ul l.r.-il XYIr. I Newark, X. .1., Sc.pl. 2.-. Indlea-I tlons at 2 a, m., were that Oovernor j Woodrow Wilson has won his fight j in the New Jersey primary to prevent j fhc nomination of former I'nited States .Senator James Smith, Jr., is he democratic candidate for I'nited States senator. The Newark .Morning Star, owned by Mr. Smith, announced that Indications are that Hughe, has been nominated by a sale plurality. Estimates on Hughes' probable plu rality range from 1 2,000 to l.'i.OOO. .More than ordinary Interest was manifested In today's primaries be fit use of the uctive opposition of viovernor Wilson, the democratic loniinee for president, to the candi dacy of Mr. Smith, II, Hh from the dump and In statements issued to the voters, tho governor has voiced his disapproval of the former senator. Owing to the active port taken by the presidential candidate, his hold upon Jiis patty In New Jersey was consid ered to be the real test of the voting. Among the republicans, there was fio contest over the I'nited Stales sen utorship. Senator Frank . Hriggs having no opposition. Other nomination!) to lie made to day Included twelve congressmen, six state senutors and sixty members of1 the lower house of the assembly, its well as municipal und county officials. DEFENSE SNEED CASE AT .Strong Federal Columns in Field But Do Nothing to Put Effective Check on Liberal Activities, AMARILLO American Government Sends Force of 750 Marines to Restore Order in Black publics of West Indies, TO PROBE WOOL CONTRITION Re- TREATY IS VIOLATED BY-REBEL BANDS TD POLITICS Minnesota Senator Will Sim mon Bis Men to Testify Re garding Effoits to Pi event Taiiff Legislation, jRDOSEVELT PICKS W'U! hillKl-'U. Sep;, 2 1. Itciuedlal legislation. including nhl age pension and non-omploi incut Insurance, was proposed as the xilutlon of the prob lem of dependent children and medv families by lornicr Judge Michael F. tilltell, of Chicago, :,l Hie national conference of Catholic chaiitle., to d.i . 1 Ml. litrteii -,,,d that .ucidetn and Industrial iit.siu,:t n. 'c, it' , nop, il n m, i it - tame tl ifii stale d. w bee a, Id -i , i i it. nub to i it , 1 1 i It 1 1 . I'ciKb ill upon lb. HILLES EXPECTED TO GIVE INFORMATION United States Has Right to George W, Pot kins Aks That GOVERNOR F0SS OVER WINS JELLETIER MoSlon, Sept . 2 I t i ol i N. Cos., win i enoiuln.it, ,1 oer.tts In lie prima'-., el llcluriis from half of the lug the city o! la-Ion, lead of Itearli I I ibbl l oppolietlt. Joseph C I'l I hi, me cities .1 nd tow us J, MM, I a lend at I i I ' . 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 . I 11 o 1 I Collect and Disburse Taiiff Receipts and Proposes to Enforce It, Republican National Chaii man be Asked to Give His Testimony, oi , r lie, u Kl olet t lioutiu, lie 'II. h tl, fct'lon Mate, gM e 'tes I tier. -ill) f it tlo IIRolic ,le,l- tod.,1 ill, I'.ld- bini a i , i hlf. In the WalUci it :;,i,m I epilh- Woman Living in Same House With Defendant Tells of Boyce's Letters to Wife Slayer, of THREE NATIONS JOIN IN SEARCH FOR ROBBERS Chicago, Sept. 24. The United States authorities, the Kiiglish gov ernment and the police department of Oreeee Joined today In the effort to run down the missing safe robbers who looted the flunk of Montreal, New Westminster, 11. C, of $272,100 and after making their way to Chicago, Hooded the underworld of the city with Canadian bills. Tho escape of the men created one of the greatest police scandals in the history of the Chicago department. The Greek government was brought into tho search by tho disappearance of Louis f'olovnit, who Is tJtid to have been In thu possession of secrets con cerning the robbers escape. Colovas Is described as Interpreter for Miles H. Devln, attorney for James Sldias, the lireek saloon keeper, In whose place Police Lieutenant Hums was knocked unconscious in the sin glehanded attempt to arrest the two robbers, the failure of which made their presence publicly known. Colo vas is said to he well known to l'o liee Captain Mahoney und Lieutenant Hums, both of whom are under charge as a result of the robbers' escape. l'ollco efforts today were dcv-K-Ml to tracing clues In connection villi the Canadian bills (hat hid ben of fend for exchange In Chicago iaoe the robbery. A 20,0O0 note of the New West minister hunk was offered at one bank by two men. the day before Ilurn -.vrts overpowered in Sldlns' saloon. (Br Mt-roina ,lnii rnl ftawtal I-H Wlr. Atnurilki, Sept. . 'Counsel for the defense scored heavily this afternoon In the habeas corpus hearing for John Ileal Snecd. charged with the murder of Al 1. lloyce, when the evidence of Mrs. L. A. Hogers, of Dallas, Texas, was th-clared admissible, after a de bate of two hours. Mrs. Ilogcrs testified that she, with her husband and child, occupied the upper story of a house In Itillas. in the lower portion of which Sneeil, his wife and two children lived from July H until August 13. She declared that Al tl. floyee call ed at the house a number of times during Kneed's absence and that Mrs. Sneed received letters signed "Albert" rvacllcally iwefyduy. .. The contents of these letters, tho witness teslified, were read to her by Mrs, Snecd. The letters, according to the witness, were postmarked "Ama rlllo" and were destroyed by Mrs. Snced when read. Letters were sent by Mrs. Sncd to Amarillo, Texas, addressed to I.uclen Hughes, but containing a scaled en velope addressed to lloyce. Mrs. Hog-ers was the first witness for the defense tit the conclusion of the examination of fourteen witnesses for the state anil the resting of the prosecution. Br Morning .1'inrnul Kpn-lnl Wlro HI I'nso, Sept. 2t Further evidence that conditions In northern Mexico re main unsafe for Americans came to day In an announcement from hcml ouarters here of the Mormon colonies In the states of Chihuahua and Sonora. The central colonial committee Issued a warning that the colonists are not to return to Mexico before at least another full year In view of the dis turbed conditions. Although strong federal columns have been sent Into Chihuahua, no de cisive battle has been fought nor have any of the many rebel commander been captured In Mexico, The result has been. In the belief here, of mere ly spreading the disease of revolution! Into the three border slates of Chi huahua, Cotthuilo and Sonora Instead of crushing it in Chihuahua, where It previously was centralized. This has made less effllcent the fed eral forces which now have a vast territory to protect, while the rebels operate ut will in rich mining, lum bering and farming districts. The warning Issued today effects directlv about 1.000 American Mor mons, who have been walling to re turn to their Mexican homes. They are stations at the various refugee camps between Kl Paso und Douglas, Ariz. Also, many more have doparted for the Interior of the t'nited Ktutcs to seek various employments leavttm their furniN and ranches unattended. The tvnrnlng means that lull crop may not be planted und that great loss Will he suffered to stock. GRADUATES OF HIGH SCHOOLS IK E 0 Applicants for Positions in Chi cago Public Library Give Laughable Answers to Sim ple Questions, RAILROAD MAGNATE HELD SNOWBOUND Sheridan, Wyu Sept. 2 4. C. V. Jlolditdf!'?, nf Omaha, western Kencral nianaiter of the ChlcaKo. I'.urllnKton "iulncy railway, is snow bound in his summer cabin on Dome lake, near the summit of the II. x Horn moun tains, forty miles from Sheridan, and Is unable to Ret out. accordlliK to in formation here. The snow on the mountains Is font feet deep, and it has been snowinall day. Mr. Holdrldse has been In the 'abn for a week and railroad men my there Is no telling when he will be able to nvt out. The cabin is well applied with- prov isions. CONFESSES MURDER AFTER TWO DRINKS llrihton. Colo., Sept. 2 4. A Jury toj try Jacob H. Sherley. Jr., confessed' layer of John Zttbrunsky, was seem ed this tiiorntnt; and the examination of witnesses was hesun. Attorne In tho vaw expect to finish the trial to morrow. 1-al" this afternoon Shelley Iwk lie "and in his own behalf. He did n.U rept-Ht nM confession, merely Klvln,! some OVtHily as to the manner In hlch-it was secured. Mr "km Id b was lvn two drinks of whiskey Wfcrr niking the confession. (II.t Morning .lonrnMl Mntrlnl I.fnft1 Wire.) Chicago, Sept. 21. Kxainlners, who today made known the tests ,,f appli cants, for the rralnintr class at the Chi- niso public library, threw odd side llfihts on th results attained In hiwh school courses. Forty-one yoiinx wom en over the ntp ot 20. all hUh school graduates, took the examination and thirteen failed. Some thought that Miss Clara liar ton. founder of the lied Cross society, is still in , burst of the Juvenile work in Chicuiso. Another wrote that Charles Dickens spent part of his lite In prison; Wood row Wilson was Riven a seat In the L'nited States senate tintl Lorado Taft was Riven the prtsidential chair. one would-be librarian said thai Lafayette as a former president of the I'nited Slate. Another said l:ls marck took part in tho American rev olution. "What Is meant hy the recall?" was one of the questions. "The recall Is used commonly in speakint,' of a soldier's recall to duly," read the answer. j Defining "cmplo) er's liability." one jyouiv; on i, ut wrote: "It's the power I to do pr not to do a thintf." Wilbur Wright and Dr. H. W. Wiley ere said lo be connected with sf ttle- CHAftUttK Ol'' niSLOY.VLTV Mi 1 X ST tXi K I IX MKX T. Douslas, Sept. 24. Formal charges of disloyalty against the federal Gov ernment, It Is said, will be Indued asalnsl tiovernor J. M. Maytorena, of Sonora, as Ihe result of tho friction between state and federal authorities over the camnulmi acainst Ihe rebels In that state. The feeling t llcrmoslllo. the state capital, Is reported to have reached a point where serious results are an ticipated altlioiiKh an effort is being; made to postpone an open rupture un til the suppression of the revolution. The chief source of contention ' has been the Insistence of Maytoremi that he ho allowed to direct the move ments of some 2.fifl0 state troops which has been lesenled by the fede ral officials. Lack of definite In forma I ion as to tb'i whereabouts of any large numbers , of rebels In the section south of Akiih ' l'rleta has led to the conclusion that scarcity of subsistence has forced them to scatter about in smafl bands of from in to 50 men. There was no further nioleslntlon of the Nlieor.a rl railroad today. A force of ;i0 federels left Akiui l'rleta toilai to patrol the line and a troop train is belmr oDerated over that seel Ion of : the line which remains Intact. I KicrythltiK was reported MUlet on I the west coast today and it f believed that the federals and state troops have effectively seatt, red Ihe bands- which have been opcratum in that see l tlon. Small bauds were reported south of j Nofiab'S. Twt nty miles from thai town Ion the Cananea railroad a section foreman was held up and robbed to day by a band of twelve I ebelw. Illy Morning .l,rnt K,rrtl T.rioril tVirr.l WashliiKton. Sept. 24. A force ot 750 American marines under Colonel F. J. Mosse will sail from Philadelphia on Friday on the transport Prairie for Santo Domlimo to compel the 'i' opcnliiR of Dominican custom houses, closed by revolutionist". Authority for this step was uivon by President Taft today after a confer ence with ActltiK Secretary of the Navy Wlnthrop between Washington j ()f n im,, mm .ew i ui a ,l, me t'riiatr car ,,, which Ihe president was returning- to Itevcrly. Acting Secretary of State Wilson, and William Doyle, chief of the Latin-American division of the state department, had advised the president yesterday of the neeess'ly for Immediate action In Santo Domlu Bo. - With the American marines, will mi P.rigndler Cenerul ', Mclnty re, chief r the army insular bureau, and .Mr. Dovle as SDcci tl commls: iioiei.'i Ki Inv esti4.t'f conditions In Santo Do ndnso, particuli i ly .on the bf-rj, r t tween that country and Ifaytl. h -re Ihe revolutionists have been niosl ac tive. The Prairie will arrive at the island October .Id. I'nder the treaty of 1!M)7, between the United Statin and the Dominican republic, the L'nited Statin Is respon sible for tho collection und distribu tion of Santo Domlnifo's customs. Heretofore this has been accomplish ed peacefully, but reikis operntlnK from llayti have closed all four of thu border customs ports. i Whatever force Is necessary will be used by the marine, to reopen the ports and continue their operation. Offllcala here believe that when made aware of the- determination of the I'nited States, the rebela will offer no resistance and that It may be neces sary to disembark t lip marines, j'.ut If there should be any slun of resis tance, the 'force will land on th, Jiorth and south coasts und march 'li recily Inltnd to the cutoin houses. Ilesldes the marines who will ;;n on the Prairie, perhaps 150 blue jack ets and marines may l, taken from the gunboat Whce!lnn now In DomUI can Wuters and It Is said at the ua.y department that more naval vessi?'' will be Hcnt to Dominican waters 't any moment the state department desires. WAGES FUR WOMEN GOVERNMENT VICTIM OF COAL MEN'S COMBINE 100 LOW SAYS JOHNSON California Governor Tells Bos ton Audience That Majority of Girls Work for Less Than $3,50 Per Week, (Ity Morning Journal AMrliit lRfd Wlr. j Washington, Sept. ;4 All luvcsti-, gallon to determine wheth-r canipainnj contributions had anvthliiR to do with! the refusal of ioiiki'css to revise the woolen tariff lu the special session of! limit has been started by Chairman Clap,,, of the senate committee, In v , fltie.tt I inn caiiipaie.il expenditures. II Is understood he is preparing to submit to the full committee a list Including the names of former Speaker Cannon. Kepresenta tlve McKlnlcy, of Illinois; and Weeks, of Massachusetts, and representatives of various branches of the woolen In dustry vv Itji the recommendation that Ihey be qucslioned as to any knowl edge they may have of eanip.ilKn funds furnished In the coiiRiesslonal flwht of tros. A number of eastern men Interested: In various branches of the woolen bus-! incss. particularly In the so-called "carded woolen" industry, have been! in conference with Senator Clapp. The senator declined today to say whether he had any specific Information rela tive to caniHiittn contributions by woolen Interests. The worsted mitnu tneturers have been charged with be ing specially favored by the tariff, as distinguished from the i iirdcd woolen manufacturers. The purpose In s,umt,ionlng thu three congrc-sainsn named, It Is under stood, Is to ascertain the facts sur rounding a conference said to have been held In Huston in 1!0N, between members of congress and men Inter ested in the worsted woolen business. Worsted manufaclurer.H tire Ha Id to have had a conference later at Chica go over tariff matters with represent atives of the sheep raising Interests of the western and Kooky mountain stales and It Is believed this also will I be the Mihleet of Inotilrv In- Ihe sen. ate cmmiltiec. Senator clapp ha received a letter from Oeorge W. Perkins asking tlmt Charles It. Illlles. chairman of the to- I publican national committee, ha called before Ihe sfenalc committee Investi. gating campaign expenditures to "tes tify fully as to Ills charges" that Col onel Roosevelt had spent millions of 'dollars of Harvester trust money. Sen,, tor Clapp today stated that Mr, Illlles undoubtedly will be called be fore the committee and would be ques tioned not only upon that reported statement, but upon the general sub ject , of campaign i untrlbtitions. Former Speaker Cannon and Itepre srntallvcs McKlnlcy, of Illinois, and Weeks, of Massachusetts, probably "III be askul to testify n connection with the investigation into alleged campaign eotitril utlons by protected lilleresls prior to the tariff session of 111 0!l. Telegrams received todav Iron, New Vork, signed by members of Ihe Na tional lictail Tobacco Dealers' associa tion demanded of Chairman Clapp tin Investigation of the relation of the American Tobbioo Company to eam palKi, funds of recent years. The re tailors asked that the senate commit tee investigate the affairs of the so called tobaecn trust" mi, I of largt Individual companies to determine whether they had contributed to pres idential or , giesHlonal campaigns. CHESTER S. JORDAN IS ELECTROCUTED UP WILSON FREE SILVER QUESTION Colonel C Candidate lie is f en.res Democratic to Say Whether i Sitoen-to-One Policy Today. WOULD HAVE POWER TO SEIZE CORPORATIONS Ore Says He Would Government the Same Power Over Rockefeller It Mas 0or National Danks, St re Give FOR WIFE MURDER Boston Homicide Goes to Death Calmly in State Prison at Charleston; Crime Atrocious One, By Mnrnlnf Journal Sural rtart niir lloston, Sept. St. -Chester s. Jor dan, sentenced to death for the mur der four years ago of hl wife, llono rah Jord in, whose body lie cut up and packed In u trunk, was cmm nted in the electric chair at the I 'harleslow n State prison this morning at I2;H oVIoo k. Jordan went lo his death calmly and without making any statement. The body will be given lo the family f the ilea, I man and will be burled in town Hill cemetery,? Indianapolis, his boyhood home. A suplelouH cub liinii was fcsponsl Ida for Ihe discovery of the murder of Mr.t. Chester S. Jot, Ian. The murder wan committed lit the .Ionian apart ment In Somervllle, Snp-lf ti'Jft' ISOH. During a ,)uarrel ivith hla young wife, an actress, .Ionian struck her 'sml knocked her down a stalrtv ay, breaking hcj neck. The next day In dismembered her body, placed Ilia head and sonic other parts in a stove In till unsuccessful attempt to burn thrni und placed the resi of the body In a trunk. Ills actions lu ilrlv In about the city w ith Ihe trunk arous ed thu suspicions of his call driver, who reported lo the police that ho bo Moved thai his passenger hail stolen the Hunk. Jordan's wife was known In vaiide v lllc as Irene shannon. jf. ST IS CAUTIOUS A OU T COMPETITION ment work. Aged Couple Mnve 2. Children. Marsha lltown, la., Sept. 21. AVhat Is the lamest family of children in the slate was augmented yesterday J tv the birth of a girl, which makes Ihe Hghtecnth child of Captain V. K. Kwali. agfd 72. j farmer living thre- m,',e i est of Albion. Altogether it D Tacunia, Wash.. Sept. 21. -In tin trial of C. F. Houston slid John II Mullock, coal dealers charged with conspiracy tu defraud the government on contracts for sipplving lh Alas kan forts, ol'fic' records were Intro ducid today that Houston hud riepos ited. in the treasury of his company vouchers for more than $12,010 with no corresponding coal sales. .1. W Smith, of Seattle. treasurer of Hi company, admitted on the stand thai theso vouchers had been turne.J over to him market) comml-'slon on eoul sales Noin, !!l'S," and that Do coal had been sold to the government for deliieiy at Nome that year. It t the contention of the govern ment that the vouchers represented the ci'tipan's share of profits derived from another compaiiy sale of coal and that there was collusion In the bidding. 4- Utit lite Clia-lng III- Hal. Kvans. Colo.. Sept. 2 1. A man be- lievi-d to be tteorge WeedHni. s struck by I'nlon Pacific train No. 104 today while he was chasing his hat. which had Irf-en hlown in front of the th- twentv -filth child of th combined jtnttne. H died on the w.v to Dn tarentage of .Mr. Kwalt and his wlf- jer. whele he "s.ts bein taken bv i ,;, , t, j ' i , color. !tr Mnrnlnf Jntirnal NM'InI I.!,',! Wire.) lloslon, Sept. 2 I.- -t iovernor John son, of California, progressive candi date for vice president, to night ad dressed a large crowd In the Aienu building und brought to a close his first day of campaigning' lu New Kng Jand. He was given an enthusiastic reception. The governor today received sonic statistics on thi wages run) women In j h w II Iwg'n a this and other stab s, and Va referred ! trip tomorrow, to thvm tonight In connection with Th" governor his plea for national legislation onjto l.arehmont t this question. Combs of the committee, who WILSON VOTES AND RETURNS TO NEW YORK New Yik. Sept. 21. After Voting al the primaries in i'tlnceton today, Governor Wilson tame to New York on his way to New Fnglund, where three dais' spe,,mng Sales Mananeus panics Ou Not Invade lory of Each Othei fclli'i Has Retiied. Coin Ten i- Rocke- i found Mr. tile gov getting The ttuestion of Ihe minimum wage is one that affects directly Un people of your state." he declared, j " ' '.More than i! P'-r rent of yonrjj" working women now receive less than 'ast a week. If I had Ihe time I would like to show Vtltl how. In ure.lt t ill'?, t many girls are remin d to keep np a ,h"nor" rtspectable appearance on less than Jb'1.50 a week. Then the nucstlon would be brought home to o,i and you would -tee thai, as u nation, we are aiming the. seeds of dissolution hen we permit sm h practices." made a motor trip visit Chairman Mc- denpict.-iili national is ill. Mcfombs much bet- ritor said " 1 1 seems Ihe right treatment at The goc rnot s engagements here tonight lii- bidcl several speech,- for refolds and conferences with Vice Chairman McAtlon. lloth declined lo say anthlng regarding the New York state situation II, inn W ill Tour Sir iih Hakola. Lincoln. Sept. 2 1. - Willi. im J. Itr- n v.in iiniKe a campaign ton,- South Dakota. liiim ll r I'rtntc Minister. Washlneton. Sept. 24. Minister Calhoun repotted to the slate de partment today the i ottf intuition of ha I'lng ('linn as premier of Cl i'. ,. The new premier was vioe-pteridt at , of the board of the Interior under In..-j t x tobrr th ami Mh. tlucaltvil llniglai- Adjudg.-,! Insane. I t hieago. iept. x. Ja, oi. Ko- tjuth- rle. the forniti Armour I nsit it ti I - pro j f.'ssor, who turned burglar and forger nd whose during In robbing homes f wealthy south .-ide residents -.1 the Id regime from l'i to t :!. und I tound until re. ently waa minister of the in- t'J t rb.r in Yuan Shi Kal's cabin-I. criminal t ourt hcago IM-lice. was todav l-y a Jot) lit ad-th-- fn,r Mnrnlnf JuiiriiMl Siiriii,! Neil- York. Sept. 2 1. -Th Oil ol New YoiL. do,., ,io it good business poll, V to with lb-- Slamlaiil 'm h m n. Jersey in the latl.-i s ten ib e.irds ihe sab- of naphtha, Testimony lo this , lie, t was today a I the St., uda i d , n rieiec litig.llion Joseph II. city s '.ill of StOI panv , lanes bought hi A. Moffott cording lo Ota th, pr f Itedfotd :ad holdels ot III Of N,e pa n v, rector w it n- s Hulitv lured ftifi in qu stion- d ' o, sit "He I- i.sn't he " Y.'S." "Didn't v h good tlire "Yes. it Would mail'- a ', ompanv'. I wool,! but Ills bllSilt, ' S frtril Wire 1 Miilliln I'd consider , om, of .Nell , ni rat, aiiduc- i Walels 1 1 II. Sta llil.lt ,1 lies manager lor Ih .New oil. . so test ifb d, I, , I' Hie i i a leiia Si una I t nl t'om one 'l llm dist , Ibutiu:: sob-id-of lile lormer Irosi, vvn,. John i. .Vu lib.il.i and !' i, tier tlo dissolution, a--li'.iUliinni ol S. A. Mi; idem ,,f tin- eonipan;. . I ; T. c. Ibdtoid, sioik Sl.irulaid t i I t omi anv and ,1' Ho- t l.tleiia i ,n- I -o v, ere asi;e, to beconi... ,b f,t' the tiah-tta t tmip.nii , th, said, ''.a, 1 1;.,, -of their know f! in l!o I bHll'SS, but I .1, Mi. I h,i 1 1 ol di e I!o. I,, f- lie, ' (llv Mi, mint Jioiriml Mpri-vnt I tid Wire.) Mc.Uester. tkl-t.. Sepl. 21. tiov ernor Woodrow Wilson's record as a democrat was taken up by Colonel Koosevelt I ottig ti t . lie unoted (lover nor Wilson as saying in a recent speech that the program of the dem ocratic partv had been substantially the same for the last sixteen years ami ihen said that sixteen years ago, Mr. Wilson had bolted Hie democratic, party because It stood for free silver. "1 ask him." he said, "whetjicr he means that IT the program today was freu silver he would vote for It or If Lot, vv hy ho bolted He said (.'.oi -. rnur W ilson had "gv,l to sit on one of the two horns'' of th dilemma. The people of Oklahoma fiivo Colo nel Itooscvell an enthusiastic wel come. He made his first speech ill Tulsa at T o'clock, spent the after noon lu Oklahoma Cby ut tho slulc lair and spoke here totilOit, I hen ha left for Arkansas, The Mlreeta of McAlester were crowded when tho colonel reached here tonight ami there were more people oil hand than could gel n ar enough to hear him. Oklahoma City inul'ie u day ot 11. Special trains brought lu people from ull directions. A man ot TO, who vua a captain lu the CoiifedoruU ttrniy. walked lot! miles from Ardutoru to Oklahoma City to hear Colonel Hoone vclt, and two other veteritna cuuin from Texas. ' In his speech here tonight, Colonel ItooseVcIt said; ' "Mr. Wilson runs ut thu head of a party dominated In every stulo by tho old bosses. The result Is this: In tilt) middle of Mr. Wilsons campaign ho finds that he has uncomfortable bed fellows, and he and they urn discuss ing which shall get out of bed. Wo fixed all that before we went to bed, and so we aren't troubled with kicking anybody mil If In- Is snugly labile,! up with us, as Is Ihe case with Mr. Wilson. I noticed two statements by Mr. Wilson, one appearing In tho Sunday papers and one today, tvltlcli are cotn It ally at variance with each other. In one, Mr. Wilson expressed great sat- isfat .lion with his party. Hi- sa.va thu democratic partv' has had substantial ly Hie -same program for sixteen years, it that Is so, .Mr. Wilson didn't know it. for sixteen years ago he voted, against .Mr. Ilryiin, He has forgoUc-il that little detail of his past life and the expressions he used about Mr. Hryun. More than that, tin- party has not bad the same program for sixteen yiars, It has had every conceivable l.lbd of ptouiam. Mr. Ilrvitn ran the first time, Mr. Parker next, Iheu Mr. Ho an ran again. Now it In Mr. Wilson, Mr. Wilson known pel fectly well that the party would not Veilturo for one moment lo adapt its program of sixtc-n year ago. iu program then was Ire,- silver. Mr. Wilson left it because Hm program iv.ts fret) silver. I .ok Mr. Wilson whether ho means thai if tin program today wnn free sib, , r he would vote for it, and if not, hy he bolted "Sp. akiiig in lvtinaj Iv aula, Mr. Wil-oii sahl mat ivhllo he wan u frca trader, he was tvt enough of a freo trader to lnitt. tie said; 'Tuu do not suppose lhat ns ilonloorala rO en- aged in ,-i on Kind of enterprise, thoy .,, gning to i im their throats'." Why didn't h,, think f that in lt9t? He look the v leu ih'-n that ot tho pro gram of Hie demo, ratio party should In- put into efl'o. t it would cut throat the people, l-vlu'i what ha aula n v. ;,- not i nr. or w hat lie ayi "t tho now 'Mr mil iruo. U s sji ,. 1 1 n-,.i , stail'lp.il IllleteS Wtl'on has sho lb.it h,. has e.o meant by pro'v, colon-I l;,.os party is not prog-res-i:l th hossea, the - in this country. Mr. largest slo.kho!.!.' j I on 1 1, nil. - tot he wele Won!, I able to I -ill e. t,ii Ilk.- lo ll,. hliK.t t ion. for hue. i-oiibt pi nt him acting on our board Fred, re 1, D. As. se. of the foic-'H sales tl. pat Iment cf Ihe Standard 'il Company "f New J.-rst y. (--stifled lhat the pliers h- tlloted oil .xporl o,l cattle from neither Mr. ,V, hbohl nor Mr. Mortetl. and that since the dis solution, pi ices had advanced nine-l-.nths of a c-nt a gallon. n in his Bpeeche op, option of what si en ess." vclt ahl flovernot" Wilson had s,-t himself in opposition to ii-.. prim ipleH for which the pro : lo-e-iv- part- -.lands in ttaying lhat ih- trovi-th of lil-etty una contingent pen limit atom of the powers cf gov i nni'-M I ' l nnu powe --ta n "V a i i national bank. I wish tho gov i mi" tit to have the power to go inti Mr. Ko, kef. iler'a office, and If doesn't tun his. business as he ought to, to ap point a receiver and run his busines until he b-arns how." oh to see it so that the gov ut " he continued, "haa on much) over Mr. Hockefell-'r ami that , fd t'il Company ns it now had Itio Jaueirxt 1 loals Illy loan. Itntlon, S.pt. 24. A Hio Janeirtl loan of I1S.000.Oi10 ut i per cent iH-tl is to b floatml on tho market hcr- and arrangements for underwritiuej the ssu are now in progree?.