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THIRTY-FOllRTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXV, No. 88. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1912, lit iUA, M Oaola Monlbt Blngln Coplea By carrier, o tents MM PROBE OF CAMPAIGfJ , GOfJTRIBUTIOrJS IS TO B THOROUGH AMD FEARLESS Senatorial Committee Issues Subpoenas for Men High in . Financial and Industrial World. ROOSEVELT TO TESTIFY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 Ex-President Must Tell What , He Knows of Alleged Stand ard Oil Contribution to His Campaign Fund in 1904, MADERO REPLIES TO TAFT'S CONGRATULATIONS Washington, Sept. 33.' President Made to has writ the following; reply to President Tuft's message of congratu lntlon upon the occasion of the cele bration of Mexican independence day. "In the name of the Mexican peo. pie and of the government over which 1 preside, 1 thank you and your g-ov-ernmont for your congratulations on the occasion of the anniversary of our Independence and for your hearty wlMlie for the prosperity of Mexico. 1 also extend my best wishes for the continued prosperity of the great peo- pie over which you so worthily pre side and which has come to be one of the greatest ,m earth, not so much on account of Its prodigious development as on account of having distinguished Itself upon the worlds groat powers) by the zeal and enthusiasm with which it has defended tha ends of justice." (Br .M,Mnln Journal ftperlal tmued Wire.) Washington, sept. iu. After a to I ephone conference with Oscar K. Davis, of the New York progressive headquarters, senator Moses Clapp announced that Friday. October 4, would be set by the senate committee Investigating campaign expenditures for the appearance of Colonel Hoose velt. The hearings will begin next Monday. Subpoenas have been sent to New York by u senate sergeant at arms for service upon General Counsel KUlotl and the secretary of the Standard OH Company In connection with the In vestigation of John D. Archbold's statements that he contributed J 100, 000 to the Roosevelt fund of 1!)04, In la-half of the Standard OH Company, The two officials are required to pro duce any papers they may have bear ing upon the transaction, the commit ter having called them In an etrort to discover the receipt which Mr. Arch bold said had been given him by Cor nelius N. Bliss, then treasurer of the republican national committee. Senator Clapp made public today the names, of the majority of tho wit nesses who are to be heard by the committee. The list Includes J. P. Morgan, H. C; Prick, Elbert .H. dry. lieorge W. Perkins. William U. Hearst, Thomas It. Ityan, Former Senator Do pew, William .oeb. Jr.: George V Cortelyou,' Alton B. Parker, George B. Sheldon Cornelius N. miss, Jr., and C. C. Tcgolhofi. " . The Wdnd .character of tha Investi gation that Is- tbe made to determine whether campaign contribution! have been Influenced by tariff legislation is Indicated In -the character of the wit nesses. Annum them are William Whitman und William Wood, of Hos ton, two -lending figures In the woolen Industry: Edward V. Greene, 13. I . .1 om-N. Jr.. a steel manufacturer, ' of- Pittsburgh; Henry L. Towno and John Klrby, Jr., of Dayton, Ohio. All are manufacturers or Interested In .Import, ant Industrie- Daniel 1. tteed, a leading figure In the tin plale and steel industry. Is to be asked to appear before the commit lee. Wayne MacVeagh, a former at torney-general of the United States, and brother of Secretary MacVeagh, of the treasury department, has ueen asked to appear. Jt Is understood the purpose of summoning J. P. Morgan and Mr. MacVeagh Is to question them regarding the charges made by Charles Edward Hussell, a magazine writer und soda""1 candidate for sov ernor of New York, that Mr. Morgan had been asked by Colonel Roosevelt to. contribute a certain amount to his campaign fund In 1904. Both Mr. Morgan and M , MacVeagh have de nied the report. Those who will be asked to explain tho source of campaign funds this year and the method of their expendi ture Include Senator Dixon, Orinsby MeHuri nnd Treasurer B. 11. Hooker, of the1 national progressive party, for Colonel Roosevelt; H. U Nichols, for (iovtrnor Harmon; nepreseiuu McKlnley, for President Taft; Former Senator Dubois, for Champ , Clark; Senator Sunkhead, for Representative Underwood;. William F. McCoombs. for Governor Wilson. The only members of the house of representatives thus far asked to tes tify are Former Speaker Cunnon, Rep resentative McKlnley. Representative Weeks, of Massachusetts, and Ucpre- seutatlve. Palmer, of Pennsylvania. CALIFORNIA TAFT MEN 00IT STATE 'J 111 FAVORS ALLttEXICfuJ LEAOERS'REPUBLIC OF CHINA OF REDEL BANDS P OGRESSIVEISM EXCEPT RECALL OF JUDGES C T New jersey Governor Wants Initiative and Referendum Adopted by States and Quick Way to Oust Certain Officers, CALIFORNIA POLITICS AFFORD EXAMPLE i Many instances Have Occur red, Says Democratic Candi date, of Flagrant Injustice on Bench Controlled by Interests REPORTED! NOT SUSTAINED LOYALLY BY DOUGLAS Republicans Endorse Roosevelt and Johnson and Declare Al legiance to the Progressive! Movement. By Morula Journal ftpeelul Leased Wire. Sacramento, Sept. 2S. The repub lican 'state convention adjourned to night after nominating thirteen presi dential electors pledged to Roosevelt and Johnson, adopting u platform promising u continuance of sweeping reform legislation at the next Resslon of the legislature, pledging allegiance to the natlonul progressive party and appointing a state central committee. The expected bolt of the thirteen Taft delegates occurred when a reso lution was udopted apart from the platform, endorsing Roosevelt and Johnson. There was a touch of sol emnity In the -leave-takingi State Sen ators Leroy Wright and Kdward I. ,Wolfe formally announced the with1 drawn.) of the Taft faction, und State .Senator E. A. Ro nton, of the progres- slves, replied with expressions of good will. We believe you are tuking this ac tion on account of honest differences of opinion," aid Hoynton. "No per sonal 111 feeling will be engendered toy your, course. ,, 'We will all be together again. fighting under the republican banner four years from now," responded Sen ator Wright. The Taft delegates went Immediate. ly to another hall in the state capftol to organize a separate convention. . The "names of the electoral nominees were Hied late tonigiit alter the ad-: Journment, the office of the secretary of state being kept open for this pur pose. The latter said tonight he would follow his plan, explained las' week, of putting both, sets of candi dates orr the November ballot, one under the designation, "Roosevelt re publicans," and' the other, "Tnft re publicans," The Taft leaders rclterut ed their intentions of refusing to concur in his plan -iintl. said court ac tion, consisting of the filing of a pe tition for a writ of prohibition In the sunrenre court, probably would be re sorted to. The court will be usked to enjoin the secretary of state from Is suing certificate's ol election to thi progressive nominees, . MOON IN PARTIAL ECLIPSE EARLY THIS MORNING Excellent View of Phenomenon in Albuquerque, for Those Who Went to Trouble; to Get Up and Look at It, Br Mwilng iamrnml IdmUI Imn4 Wlrs.l New Haven, Conn., Sept. 26.- (Governor Woodrow Wilson admitted ly went further today toward defin ing his Ideas of progressive principles thun ho has thus far since be became fi nominee. In a speech that was received with enthusiasm nt Hartford, and another at New Haven tonight, the governor explained that he favored tho Initia tive and the referendum as well as the recall of administrative of fleets, but that he was opposed to the recall of the Judiciary. t The democratic nominee Illustrated some of the points In his speech by references to political conditions on the Pacific coast. He said later that these references to California did not contemplate the presence In Hurtford und New Haven today of Governor Johnson, of California. "If 1 didn't believe that to be pro gressive was to preserve the essentials ff our Institutions, 1, for one, could not bo progressive," said Governor Wilson In his Hartford speech. Discussing the initiative and refer endum, Governor Wilson said: ' "It is the last word that makes most men shrink. Let no man deceive him self by the fallacy that anybody pro poses to (substitute direct legislation by the people or a direct reference of .laws voted in the legislature to the vote of the people, for representative government. "The Initiative Is a means of recap luring the seat of legislative authority .Oh oenuif of tho people themselves.! The referendum Is a means of seeing; to It that unrepresentative measures; are not put upon the statute books, but are checked by being submitted to the vote of the people. When yon com to the recall,- the principle is thai If an administrative officer 18 corrupt, or so unwise as to be doing things that are likely to leud to all sort of mischief In the future, It will be possible by a sedate and slow pro cess prescribed by law, to get rid of that officer before the end of his term. ' "1 don't seo how any mall-. who 1 rounded in the traditions of Ameri can affairs, can find any valid ob jection to the recall of administrative officer. , "It Is another matter when It comes' to the Judiciary, 1, myself, have never (been In favor of the recall of judges. iNot that some Judges haven't deserv ed to he recalled that . Isn't the jioint. Rut because that Is treating the (Symptoms Instead of the mseuse. "The disease lies deeper and some time It Is very, very virulent and very -rlanitprnns. (lentlemen. there have ,been courts In the L'nltcd Stales that were controlled by private interest. There have been supreme courts In our states at which men without prlv liege, could not get Justice. There huve been corrupt Judges; there have been controlled Judges. There have i been judges who acted us other men's I . . .......... .. i u nf servants and noi as me ,-,., -. tho public. And there can be no moral objection to removing such men from public service. . . "If mark you, 1 say. Ifat one 4ime the Southern Pacific railroad owned the supreme court of the slate Madeio's Agents Make Stren uous but. Futile Efforts to Se cure Warrants for Arrest of Insunectos. f LIBERAL MOVEMENT WANES IN S0N0RA While Band of Looters are Re ported in Mountain Districts Large , Bodies have Dispersed, Many Towns Looted by tary Forces Supposed to De fend Newly Established Gov ernment, ARMY MUTINIES AT GATES OF WU CHANG Loan Being-Negotiated is for Paying Off the Troublesome Forces; General's Report is Questioned. B MnnilM wral Mtel ImkI Wlr.lJ,Bi Morula! Jouraal HBSriiU lawd Wlro. Douglas, .-Sept. SO. Th reported presence in Douglas today of three rebel iMidertfTaUsed much excitement In Mexican official circles and appar ently served, confirmnllon of the belief th4t the.; .revolution In Sonora was about at n end. lr. lsidro Iluertu, Joaquin Hsriulera and Jose Kvcandoii, ull of whom huve been leading" bands of from CO to -00 men south of this city, were the rebels reported as haying , crossed the line. Agent of the Mailero government made strenuous but, thus far, lutlle efforts In secure warrants for the ar rest of the men., ) The city, county and United States authorities 'er? fcPPealed to In. vain In i the quest of wurrunlw, hut the Mexi can officials still hope to gnln pos session of tho ulleged rebels through the efforts of the authorities here, If they continue to remain In this vicin ity. All of the men have relatives here. The Mexican government is especi ally desirous of capturing 1 Inert a and Ksqulera. Tho former was In com mand of u band of rebels in Chihua hua before coming to Sonora und Km. quiera Is charged with the looting of American mining camps in the vicin ity of Cum pas, Sonora. Although Mexican officials declare that there are large bands of rebels In the A Jo mountains and at Cajon Honlta, It la gem rally believed that the large bands wiceh have been op erating p S"j).iraliave. dissolved or huve returued to ijhihuahua, us there has been no definite information as to their whereabouts for a week. Train service was finally resumed on the Naoozarl railroad touay with n ; train each way. No further Interrup-, tloo 4o traffic Is expected by the .of ficials, but federal troops will contin ue to guard thettlrie until it is defi nitely known that the rebels have per manently abandoned lhal section of Sonora Peking, Sept. 25. The troops en camped outHldn the gates of Wu Chang, i-upltal of tho province of Hu Pe, mutinied last night and attacked the city. Tho troops numbered sev eral hundred and were composed for the most part of cavalry. A strong force of Oeneral I.I Yuen Helm's regiment engaged the rebels and ofter several hours of fierce fight ing, dispersed them. Tho casualties list la not known, but two officers were executed for falling to divulge their knowledge of the movement. it is believed the uttat.-klng party only Intended to loot the city, but most of the towns in the Interior have no defenders from such outbreaks, In which both the republlcun und former imperial troops Indulge, The repub lican spirit apparently is not appre ciated by the clasues from which the soldiers are recruited. YOUNG MURDERER TO BE SHOT BY LAW Salt Lake City, Sept. Harry Thorite, a youth seuivelv pul Ills ma jority, will evplale the murder l (Jeorge W. Kussell, Iwo yens nun, al Ibo Ntale pt-iNiiii iiimm iow ni mux. He has chosen Hhuoiuig as tin- inmb nf execution. M ilium,-, Hili-y. V hi, as slKted Th rue In holding up r-'asm-tiV. grocery store when the gi,-,-r killed, is miller .-.i lili li. nf di nlli October 4. ... . . j STRIKE SITUATI NOTHING EXPECTED BINGHAM i ' ' F, Augustus Heinzo Visits Mines. Tied Up by Wester Federation of Labor to In spect., Properly, H.r Morning Jnnrnnl Krwrtal ImhI Hire.) iiingnam, i la n, r-pl. ..- I . An K list ii H lliliize paid a visit l Mini; ham loil.iy and iti-M i ll.ed lb,. u ik situation as "slalus quo." This has been the iiiielest day and night of nny since the t.uiMi uppe liuners went on sliike. The mri-ets were thronged with idle nu n. but pel feet order prevailed Itcprcsc Illative of neither opelutols, or union, however, were Idle. J. i ,1-owney and Janeo Tcntlch, In -hnrge here for the slrlkeis, hh nt pail i f ilu day nt I'pper Hliighnm and ill lb Highland Hoy mine, where tin n-llngs were held with the miners. 4ih, leaders were busy elsewhere. About twenty more depuly It t riffs came In tonight. A largo niiinlr of cols and blankets were lidded to the nupply already here. Mr. II, -limn, it,' companled by Alfred Frank, general munager of the ( hl, Copper I'mn pany, came from Salt Uike to Ijiik triflue iin.l i.iili.r.,,) llltiulntat, l liinm The object of the present . loan Is os-i n nm, ,)V(irillH iroU,h th MaH SUPPOSED ROBBERS MURDER FAMILY Wellington, Kas., Sept. 25. Shot by supposed robbers and their skulls crushed, Theodore McKnelly. his wife and daughter, Gretta, ure dead, and the police are searching tonight for the murderers. Th three were found today In a tent In the outskirts of Wellington, where they were living for the benefit of the daughter's health. MeKnollv unit the cirl were dead when found, and Mrs. McKnelly died tonight without regaining conscious ness. McKnelly was a car repairer. .... OeUrnilnrtt to Prevent Gambling. Chicago. 8ept. 25. States Attorney Wuyman,,of Cook county, today an nounced that he would brine all f Ihe power of his office into play K stop handbook gambling in Chicago when the new race track near Min eral Springs. Ind is opened October II. Mr. Waymnn aald he would invoke a statute drawn to prohibit railroads from carrying people or running els(I trains to places where gami-ting. was permitted, i Br Morning Joaraai Kpecisl tuM Wlre-1 Williams Bay. Wis., Sept. :i. Pro fessor S. U. llarrett, of the Yerkes ob servatory here, today said that a par tial eclipse of - the moon .probably would be visible tomorrow morning about 6 o'clock. ."The obscuration will not be great," said Professor Barrett. "Only about one-eighth of the moon will be hidden. "If the weather conditions are favorable, an observer looking toward the west ought to get a fair Mew of the phenomenon. "In the far west the chances to view the eclipse will he much better than. In the vicinity of Chicago. An exceptionally cleor night made the view of the eclipse of tlie moon ..urfcot in A lhiiniiernue early this mnrnlnir. The eclipse was visible frnm 4:25 to 5:28. arid Was Viewed by n i. hmiuahfilfleril who took the trouble to set their alarm clocks and get up to witness it. SeiOftllsta Kro Great Salt luke. Hi,u Ij,k Cltv. Sent. Before leaving for Colorado this afternoon kker In our vital must the foreign scientists who are louring the west as nuests of the American Reocranhical Society vltdted the Oreat alt lake and the fnlversity of ftah. A number of stops will be mnne in Colorado and the party then will pro ved lo New York city. rff California, w hat was the trouble Would you remedy It by recalling Ihe Judges of the supreme court of Cali fornia? Not so long as the futhe,rn Pacific railroad could substitute tithers for them. You wouldn't be fit ting deep enough. Where you want lo ro s to the seat of authority. Where you wunt to go is to the process by which these Judges were picked out. "And when you get there, you lead to the moral of the whole of this dis cussion because the moral of It all, is that the people of the United States have inspected until their suspicions huve been Justllled by all sorts of un- . . ah... I . 1 1 .1 r- a a f jinsweranie eviuenie mm ,n - -- tr nl.ire. we have been controlled by 'r.rlv.,te understandings and by the special Interests and that Influences that were improper If hot corrupt have determined everything from the jnaklng of laws to tne Bouun,,. .. of Justice. "They have suspected that in .ooulhern Pacific railroad owned the supreme court of thai great und beau Mill state: because of that we Have said: We are going to the hear of this matt-r and dislodge those men who have been controlling bur uf- ft-DKllAL r;KN KJl.il CJOKS OYKIl T lSil UU:.TOK. Mexico City. Sept. Hi. The defec tion of Oeneral Agullar, of the fede ral army who hus been reported us commanding a rebel force on the boundary between (tho stales of Pu- ebla and TJuxuen. has caused much comment here, but little alarm tas been cxpresged, y , , Agulliir's loj-ce ts variously estimat ed from 200 to 8,000 men. Krom tho Vera f'ruz correspondent of Impurclitl, tho report comes that the aged ol'flcei has occupied thffft : small towns near Orizaba, state of Vera Cruz. Except amengj certain officials, It Is not believed Ihe offer of amnesty to the followers of Orocn will have any mnter.nl t-ffat. , ii 'i It y fr i' ' -- lp Pa I nt n lV.ia Out our-w'. WauwautOHn, Wis., Hepl. 25 Italph De Palma today made a circuit of the Vanderbllt etip course In hlH Mercedes at a 73-mlle clip. ! Wlion uuid high tribute to the ag gressiveness of Senator I.a l-'ollette nnd declared himself as closely akin to progressives of his type and those who arose In Iowa in opposition to ,! too- tecllve tariff. . ; The governor Incidentally made re ply to some. Of. the declarations in president Tit' lnlrvlew In the New York Kvenlng World today. "I yield to no man," said Governor Wilson, "In personal admiration nf our president. ;l would be Incupable of a personal criticism of him because I am not criticising him in my thoughts, mui h less In my speeh." The governor referred lo Colonel Itoosnvelt: : j "Does anybody dreum for n mo-j ment, " tiald the governor, "mat tnet-e tenslbly for the paying off und dls charging this menacing nrmy, which is very ' large, according to the lists submitted by the generals, Tho nu llnnal assembly recently made on In vestigation and discovered that the generuls, IJIto tin; soldiers, were not free from the methods prevalent un der the Muuchus, but the government nrgties that It is cheaper to pay the (leinauda of the iitllltary leaders than to fight. . '... The Chinese appear lo be well pleased ' with ;tho success of the new loan negotiations, the iictvviiper hav ing stirred up 'un agitation against the foreign ronlrol as proponed by the Wx power group. , Little heed has been paid to the fuel that contrary to the constitution, this uonlract has not been submitted to the national assembly. According to Inquiries recently Instituted by the tiuilkeru represent In;; the xt powers, the salt properties on which the loan Is nominally secured, is now yielding greatly diminished returns because the various provinces are not remit, ting the proceeds to Peking. It Is believed thut President Yuan Khl Kal prefers it comparatively small loan because his personal utithority Is not yet sufficient to control, while a H-ovi-rnment organization for handling the money does hot exist, since the late government bank closed its doors, The depositors of tills bank are taking- their losses us u, natural occur rence. Pathetic conditions prevail through out the country. Occasionally detach- irienls of soldiers engiige in loothir and wanton destruction. Trade Is greatly hampered and thousandx of persons are dying from starvation who could lie wived by tho einploj--ment of a few foreign engineers. The political situation, which Is ab sorbing the republican leaders, has curious und Interesting phitseg. The Manchu princes recently gave n din ner In honor of lr. Sun Vat Sen, and toasted the republic. Hut the Imper ial guard lined the streets during Or. Sun's visit, thlH being regurdei) us the safe course. The troops of Ihe court, contrary to tho abdication terms, re main in Ihe Forbidden City, President Yuan evidently desiring their presoni-c there.' code tunnel which connects Ihe two enmps. "I have not taken part in any cm ferenees regarding the strike," Mali Mr. Itelnse. "The resuming of work, so far ns tho Ohio Copper Company Is concern ed, depends upon conditions. From what I have observed, 1 should Hay that lh end of the trouble serins ill definite," Mr. lionize Inspected the property of the Ohio Clipper Company and also IDJirt Of Co t lab Coulter IVitniunt. Mr. Ilelnjir, says that nlthongk" the tlenp here cuts oft a twelfth of the copper output In I lie Cnlted Slates. II (would be two or three months be fore the price should be affected by uCtunl scarcity. Tho fifty sharp shooletM picked yesterday from the force of deputies have received no orders as yet to as some a position commanding Ihe main workings or the 1'lali t'oppur Company. Placed In conspicuous places today Were notices signed by the sheriff and County commissioners, warning all persons to disarm and avoid any sort of demonstration. Any person chal lenging another as to his business li te, be arrested, according to the no lice. stiuki: AT .SOUTH CAROLINA HAD COSTLY PRIMARY ' Spuruinhurg, S. C, Sept. 25. Fur ther evidence of Irregularities, in the recent democratic Htule primary was heard by the Investigating committee today. John T. Uiini'itn who polled about 3,000 of the 14.000 votes Tit governor, submitted un affidavit tl- leglnjr that durlnK the last week nf the ,-nmpalgn $I8,0U0 nan spent in the Interest of Judge Ira FI. Jones. KI.Y IS NOT MVW KXPIXTI-:!) Rly, Nev., Sept. 2.1. The labor situ ation here was somewhat cleared to flu y when it wiih annoiiiieeil that a strike would not be called In the Fly district ulili'MH state troops are called Into service nt Bingham. Tlie miners here are of the oplnoin ihnt their demands will lie granted, and are looking for a pcaeeiul set tlement. The union officials su-, how ever. Hint the entile situation depends upon the outcome of the strike nt Bingham. , , T DECLINES TO E FROM IDEIiO'S 1 OFFER OF J AMNESTY Former Olive Branch Held Out to Insurrectos Produced No Effect on the Revolutionary Foiccs in Mexico, GUARANTEE SUSPENSION 1 i1 IS EQUALLY FUTILE General Steever Confronted With Problem of Guarding Iowj, Lino with Small Force of Ameiiean Soldiers, Washington. Sept. 2i",, Offl- claln here are Inclined to believe thai Important results mily fol- low the offer of amnesty by President Mudero, of Mexico, to (ieiieral Oroieo, as the rebel leader's forces appear to be rap- Idly disintegrating and deserting across the line Into America. It is surmised that President Mudero. who wan reluctant to adopt thin course, has concluded to do so in order lo be able to concentrate tho entire Mexican aiiiiy upon the pursuit and ex- termination of the Zapatistas, whose forays at times have brought them actually within sight of the capital. State deliarlment uuentii torinv reported that the situation at ' Naeosarl und Kl Tlgre Is auuln becomlna- nci-Ioiis. Vlllimea huvo been attacked and besieged by rebels, who have succeeded In capturing nnd holding them tem- pnritrlly. Now they appear to be suffering from the activities of small bandM of rebels, who are scouring the coiiitiry on picked horses. R00 BE ii 0 GOVERNOR Imni tlovernor Blea.w ili fi-nl,.,1 tor can he a third party majority In ellh-pi,,, nomination by a small tnitjnriiv. er of the houses that are to be elected J In' some district. Duncan ileclar d. airs. Thl thlnif that grows like a can- ,.r in nor vital must be cut out; ,k,..h i ornnt von It must In" '"t with the skill nnd the knowledge and the tenderness of tne surgeon w.... will ot disturb the vital tlsaues to which this ugly thing Is attached." Continuing tonight along Ihe lines of progressive principles, t.overnui on the 6th of November? I "ten any body think It would be wise lo hav; so extremely actively a gentleman, so -.'X-tremely aggressive and vntnatlle n. gen tleman who IK now Itudinif tha third party put alone in Washington an understudy to providence?" Tracing the- growth, of progressive Ism, Governor A"ilnn spoke of Sena tor Im Ftillett',-; pf' Wisconsin, saying: "Men Whn '!efk expediency rather than pursue principle, took him up lor a little)' wfcfif ,r)d then rejected him hot Irt-cstitfn he' was the genuine champion of lhir 1'tlnclple. but be cause they apparently saw their In terests lie In nnpthen direction. I don't believe ;thpffl lire many chapters of personal ijtorj4; n the records of partii-a In IhrX pAdnfry inure difficult ta reconcile with principle of honor than thut. f.,-in 110 to I IH elicit wm paid for votes lor Jones. GOVERNMENT-TROOPS SENT TO BELFAST Belfast. Sept. i5. lU-ylments 't Highland light infantry und Scottish bombardiers will be drafted Into U-l- fast tomorrow morning In anticipa tion of trotihln Saliirduy 1'lslt-r day. when the covenant, in deflanro of home rule, is to be signed by I'lslell ties. More than a thousand members of "Young Citizen Volunteers or Ire land." were enrolled tonight. The m-w organization is to assist when culled iiMin by the civil Htithorilies In ib( i maintenance ot pence. i Republican Convention Tries to Find Man Who Will Be come Standard Bearer ii New York State, (Br Morning Jniimnl Smm-IhI I.mum! Wlro I Saratoga, N. V., Sept. l iniiil States Senator F.lihu ftoot was asked Jonlght II' be would iii-ci.pl (In- nomi nation for governor by the iTnilli- oii slate content Ion, now In kih.iIiim here, lie replied that III name iiiiim nut lie considered. The suggestion that he be uoiiii naled was put forward by several i.ir ly leaders who fulilely had eniliii i m -ed to draft a tentative slate lit ki t ac ceptable to lb- majority of the dele gates. The delegates tonight were fti!l tt lug to find the stroiiKeKt mini lor party standard beiuei-. Afier the toiiventloii had hold Its first session during' which Tetn porn ry Chairman William l. Onthrle, of New York, had sounded tho keynote speech and the resolutions and permanent organizations committees had been appointed, adjournment was (aken until tomorrow morning. Slate Chair man Barnes reiterated tonight thut It Was a situation for the delegates to solve, as he knew of no tentative slalo. i IBf Morning Journal Antrim reased Wlre.l Kl Pno, Kept. 25. Utile or no ef- leet on the revolution in north 'rn .Mi leu Is 'expected ns the result of 'resilient Madero'g offer today ' of amnesty to the followers of Pascual Oi-oeo, the rebel commander.in- hlef. The amnesty whs offered som niontliN ago, but wan not followed by any rebels laying down their arms. Nor did the siihs,'tlent threat of tho suspension of guarantees, or the legal right to execute rebels without trial, ffeet the tictlvlllen nt the various el-,1 groups In the north. The recur ring offer of amnesty, It in believed lure, merely will havo tho effect Of eSHetilng the fear of the rebels who will Interpret II for weakness of Iho government. Colonel David de la l-'uente, arlll ry chief of oruzco's rebel tinny and orincr officer of the federal army under the I Han regime, was released odny from the Jail here. The Mexican oiisul who has held de la Fuento In ill on a charge of murder with In- ii t to extradite, retracted his charge admitting that he had no proofs to tier. He la Kiiente has been In Jail here for forty days, tho lime limit under extradition proceedings. Other prisoners held here on mur der charges preferred for extradition, by Ihe Mexican government are Colonel Pascual Oiozeo, Hi-., father of Ihe revolutionary leader, and Colonel Jose Cordova, (ienernl orozcu'g see rotary and chief advisor. It Is under f I ,,,( th.it I ii 1 1 i i iho ,. Mot- Oiozeo and Cordova will be held In Jail fur tho specified forty days and then released when tlie consul full, lo produce proofs. Spread nl' the revolution over tha three liorder slates, has made most difficult the problem confrnntinR (Ienernl K. '.. Steever, commundlnir the department of Texas, lu effecting a bonier patrol. Today there am three cavalry and one Infantry regi ment, in all alioui :i,J0ii men on bor der duly between liouglas, Ariz., and Fugle Pass. Tex., an approximate, dis laliee ol' MOO mites. Willi i o olnt loiiary activities ex lendiiiM over Sonora, Coahulla and Chihuahua, while a month ago they ore i entrali.-.ed in tho latter etate. It Is lotiml Impossible to patrol proper ly this vast tciTliory along; tho bor der. Mexican leili-nii troop are doing absolutely no border duty to prevent anus smuggling. At present the Unit i d St. iion iroopM ilperatlng out of Fort llliss, Tex., ami strung between Doug las ami Fugle Pass, must not only b vlKlliint to avert alius smuggling to the rebels, but In preventing ranch raiding on the American side of tho line which have occurred In seven re i out instances, according to official report. Alius smuggling to tho Mexican rebels bus not abated, declare officials lu re, hut iho spread ot tho revolution ,'ileiiu the border, has made less pos sible the capture of the contraband Kif war. From secret service channel Ii iH learned that ono El Paso arms) house, during tho last three weeks, received more than 2,000 rifles from one source. This ' opart from various oilier concerns dealing In fira arms. What ts being done with these rifles Is not explained to the satisfaction ot tho military authorities. AMT5UIO.WS TWVOIUNO M.ii:m tNiuu aiikest.