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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING .1 OURNAL.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1912 lly Mttll, 50 tents u Munili; blnglo Copo & cuut. lly Carrier, lit) out a MoutlC THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXVI. No. 22. EX-PRESIDEHT DMZ DETERMINED NOT TO RETURN TO Aged General Greatly Interest ed in Revolution Headed by His Nephew at Vera Cruz, Rut Not lor msona Reasons. PARIS INTERVIEWS NOT CORRECT, HE SAYS Only Hope of Former Dictator is That His Country May be Restored to Peace and May Become Prosperous, IHv M.irnlns Journal Roeclnl Wire. I Paris, cl. 21. Gen. l'orfirlo Diaz, ex-presldent of Mexico, declared loday his Intention of not returning to Mexico was unchanged, lie is May ing "I a hotel here and shows great Interest In the news concerning his nephew, Felix Dluz. und the taking of I he port of Vera Cruz, lie said, how ever, he was totally without private advices from Mexico and continued: ' "I'nder the circumstances, I prefer not to express nny opinion relative to my nephew's intentions and chances." chances." Naturally, he said, he was not con nected in any way with the present movement. His only object, as he had on many occasions Insisted, was to see a peaceable Mexico which thus would be. Kiven a chance to develop, grow and thrive. General Diaz is much disturbed in regard to several interviews purport ing to be from him which have been published In Paris and he has been r, tinted .is attacking President Ma dero. He said these statement!, were untrue and udded he had been so mis quoted that he would prefer to say nothing more. W A S 1 1 1 X .TON V XCEHTA I X AH TO DIAZ KKVOIX'TIOX. Washington, Oct. XI. Official in teiest hr today centered oh the sit uation In .Mexico, where the rebellion has taken on a new and formidable phase under General Kelix Oinst. The return to Washington of Sec retary Kuox from his Japanese trip; the presence here of Henry l-ane Wil son, ambassador to Mexico and Im portant developments In the military situation at Vera, t'ruz, held by Diaz within the last two days, were ele ments that served to concentrate nt leniloii upon the Mexican trouble. As Secretary . Knox was accompa nied from Chicago to Washington by Assistant Secretary Huntington Wil son, he found himself upon his arrival here this morning well informed on all save the latest developments. Prob ably in consequence the conference which was expected to take place be tween Secretary Knox and Ambassa dor Wilson was deferred. However, the ambassador probably will have an opportunity to discuss the situation and receive suggestions for his guid ance in the confidential talk with Secretary Knox before the latter leaves Washington tomorrow night lo join President Taft at Heverly. The one Met that appears clearly today is ihnt, although the nmbassn-, dor has conferred at length with Act lug Sccrelfiry Adep and Ihe officials of the slate department who are charged particularly With the conduct r.f Mexican relations, nothing he has communicated has influenced the of ficials to change the clearly defined policy of non-intervention in .Mexico. This is true even In the face of semi official admissions that the revolu tionary movement In .Mexico has as sumed a much more serious aspect than ever before, mid lhat a coalition between the forces of the rebel leaders, Zapata, who has for the last year maintained a rebellion almost within sight of the Mexican capital, and Oeneral Kelix Diaz, reputed lo be supported by the powerful identified Party, miisht jeopardize the very ex istence of the Madero government. So far, however, il can not be'estab lished that these leadens have agreed lo make common cause. The military situation at Vera Cruz, nccord ng to the Inst reports lo Ihe department, was interesting. Though there was a promise of an important and perhaps decisive battle between the Diaz forces and the con siderable army thnt General Reltran has assembled under the government standard on the outskirts of the city, It was confidently expected thnt the important foreign Interests in Vera Cruz would escape Jeopardy and loss of the lives of non-comhntants be averted by an agreement between lh two commnnders to do their fighting outside the city limits. Oeneral Meltran has said lhat he would personally do nil he could In comformily with orders from his government to capture the town, to protect It frohi destruction. Further more, he told the foreign consuls thnt he would transmit to his government their request to refrain from bom barding the town, or fighting in its streets. For his part, Oeneral Diaz, who Is In complete possession of the city proper, offered to the consuls all possible guarantees of life and prop erty so long ns he maintained con trol. With the lenders on both sides In this frame of mind, the consuls felt reassured. According to today's reports, every thing in Vera Crusi Is unusually quiet and orderly ar.d Is likely to remain so unleai the fderal gunboat ttart (o bombard the city. General Hel tran'n forces wore about ton miles from town. A possible clement of trouble In the ins in of n decree by the government officer in charge if the gunboats declaring the port of Vera Crur. closed. Indirectly this limy drag tho I'nlted states nuvy Into the utfulr, a the American mall steam ship SlBurunru has appeared In the harbor and Ih there to discharge car go. If the federal naval commander persists regarding the port aa closed, and refuses to permit the ship to un-1 load, the situation would exactly pa-j rallel that In Uio do Janeiro harbor twenty years ago, when the Amerl- , can navy broke a rebel blockade. I GKXF.ItAI. TIU CY AI'ltKItT I i . I ii :s i x s i mi i : t s. Juarez, Mex., Oct. L'l. "We have no artillery, bijt have bayonets," Is the challenge issued today by General Trucy Aubert to the rebels threatening 'n'1"' ." ' entry. Ah further assurance, General Aubert sullied out with linn nu n Into the hills near Juarez but encountered no rebels. It Is said that General 1 neit paluzur, stirred to uclion by reports of the revolutionary movement In the south of Mexico, is awaiting reinl'oi cemenis before at tempting an uttack on Juarez. Itl'VOI .I'TIOX IS'l'S IF.M AM) Sl'HHKX DKK or TVMPICO. Tampico, Mex., Oct. 21. The revo lullonists today demanded the sur render of the city of Tampico, but the federals refused to comply. The rebels numbered less than three hundred men. It Is reported that the country be tween Tampico and ozoluama, fifty miles south of the state of era Cruz, is In the possession of the revolution ists. They are commanded by Manuel tlrnvn, an ex-army engineer. The gar rison here, commanded by I'ole'nel Gonzales, consists of three hundred men. In equipping a portion of his men, Bravo Is supposed to have used eighty rifles and live hundred cartridges which were stolen from the stoics the Pearson syndicate. of m it xi.rs join im:hki.s IXDKIt ii:Ni:itAI- DIAZ. Mexico City, Ocu. 21. It was re ported here today lhat a force of rurales at Putehua. state of Hidalgo, had joined the rebels under Kelix Diaz. The surrender of a number of villages In that state is demanded by (he rebels. The governor of the stale of San Luis Polos! has offered to recruit an army for the government. This state Is regarded as loyal to Modern. Jt was reported that the rebels had demanded the surrender of Tampico uc (i o'clock tonight, but the capital is wlthoiir news as to the result of the demand. Pueblo Vlejo, a vifiagf near Tampico. has fallen Into rebel hands. oiioiid s rxci.r. i atai.i.y ill 1ST IN I .OS ANC.rXF.S I. OS Angeles, Oct. 21. Antonio Orozeo, lis. years old. grandfather ol Mrs. Pascual Orozeo, Jr., wife of the Mexlian rebel leader, and uncle of the latter, was probably fatally injured when struck by a street car tonight lfe was taken to a hospital where it was found he had suffered a severe fracture of the skull. PATENT MEDICINE ADVERTISEMENTS n , , , , . , VV , U I . U. MHOS IVIanV OnilrCIl Papers Run Them Against Conscience of Editorial agement, lan- lllr MoriilnR .lo.iri.ftl flperliil luiHeit Wire 1 Portland, ore., Oct. 21. That the manufacturers of inoiiy patent medi cims are "worse than highway rob bers and ought to he put hehind pri- son bars wns the declaration today of Mrs. .Martha M. Allen, superinten dent of ihe department of medical temperance for the National Women's Christian Temperance I'nion. Newspapers lhat refused to print fraudulent patent medicine advertise-1 menls were lauded by the speaker,' who also administered a thrust to edi-1 tors of church papers, saying: I "Protests against drug drink udver-1 Using have made editors of church papers miserable and they probably . will continue to be miserable until such advertising ceases." 1 Mrs. Klla Hoover Thacher, presi dent of the New Jersey State associa tion, and head of the national depart ment for work among soldiers nnd sailors, gave a brief talk on her de partment. The opposition to the can teen bill, she said, was lessening in a marked degree. She described the post exchanges that had been established where soldiers had reading rooms and gymnasium privileges. The convention after a lengthy dis cussion of the social evil, adopted the following resolution: "That we. the members of the Wom en's Christian Temperance I'nion In convention assembled, hereby place ourselves on record as believing that purity of life is essential to men and women. We condemn as false and pernicious the doctrines that the so cial evil Is a necessity. We declare se gregation and regulation wrnng in principle and utterly Inadequate to lessen the evil and Ihnt they provide for its perpetuation, not its extermina tion." Discussion of the work of the union among railway employes brought out the fact that in establishing temper ance clubs and nailing rooms the union was receiving Increased finan citl support and recognition. ARE SCORED BALKAN WAR BEGAN JOHNSON'S FATHER ROOSEVELT WEARY BEFORE LEAGUE IS READY TO STRIKE Montenegrins Were Preparing, During Past Three Years to Attack Tin ks; Broke From King's Leash. POWERS EXPECTED TO iTAFT REPUBLICANS INTERVENE VERY SOONi CAN VOTE IN INDIANA Combine Formed Against 01-. toman Emnirc Carried On Sol Secretly That Were Surprised, Diplomats! eiitei! Wlri I in-.mow. i!t Tt.v MurlilllK .li.uneil Ktiwlsl l.omlon. Oct 2L--A American business man government official who ml former has Just rti. ,,, ,v,..iH ive interest- lug information regarding the sudden j of California, his opponent on the pro-1 burgh, h,. showed no other ill effects aggressive tactics of Montenegro ill gfesslvc ticket, in addressing an open;on his nnlval here lotugni and !! the war. In an Interview today he j air meeting here late today His i'f. ! physicians who are neeoinparjiiio him m,!,!- ei-ence lo Governor Johnson was made I wire confluent lhai be would reach "The plan of war di. 'closed to me by laftcr the dcmocrntle nominee had j Oyster Hay in ulmdst as good condi King Nicholas has thus far been in-1 been welcomed io Sacrac.H'ulo and hadjii.n ..a when he left Mercy hospital. v.'irahv success! II . 1 tie CalUlirtl Ol Scutari within a fortnight is Inevitable. The .Montenegrins know the country as well us their own door yards and siand in no danger of having their , omuiunleations cut. "Although the Montenegrins ha, I been planning the war for three years the outbreak was premature not u deliberate part of Ihe plan of the Hai ku n league. The Montenegrins were concent! nted on the border. Kaoh soldier, had three days' rations. At the end of tin I time King Nicholas was powerlcip to hold them in the lensh. "The Montenegrin soldiers are well armed und equipped. They are splen did fighters. The only question Ib how well they ran stand discipline, having been (icou'.tuiTied only to guerilla war fare. "Or. bwitig Cettinje, I visited the nmtnern division of the Montenegrin army, whose general torn me tnat tie expected to form a Junction with n Servian column. The combined armies- would then fight their way through Macedonia and form a junc tion will) the Greeks between I'skitp and Monaslir. They expected by this movement to hold large bodies of Turkish troops from going to tho re lief of Adriunoplc, where a big bat tle Is planned. "I found every evidence that the Balkan league was working in perfect harmony, but the Montenegrin and Servian officials believe (he powers will permit only one or two Important arta.'M before they intervene, and thry aie ulready figuring on a con vention similar to that at Iterlin. Hai ku n diplomats have confessed that Ihe arrangement of peace between Ilnly and Turkey was such a blow to their plans that had the note of tho powers been presented a week before the con centration on the Montenegrin border, war hkoly would have been avoided. "Tlie Halknn league, which snrprlsej i nn lis founders by lis solidarity, was formed so secretly that no Kuropean diplomat had an inkling of lis put- pofe." .UTiir.NTIC WAIt XF.WS ONIY Ol' I.WPOJM ANT BATTI FN. The war news is still the story of comparatively uninteresting; small en- I (.'aeemeiits involved In maneuvering j for position while the Turkish nid 1 Jtalk.'iii loriVk are assembling and pre paring for big events. When the allied stales declared w.ir il in. iv be assumed thai Turkey had inn i on. ciiiraled her Hoops. Moreover. Tu.-Ue) Has still hoping lo del ich 'Greece .nun the conte.leratiou. Her failure to do tills, necessitated ''one I change It, Ihe strategic plans ami sl.t , still needed time to transport he l.i. opt: K lb. !. quire.1 posnnm: hcii.v the fulling back ol ihe small Turkish garrisons from numerous ir.uili'i'j i posts Is of no gteai significance. I The, Servian army !.; Meadily ud- i vuneing and now has Us I. . looai tors at Vara ilia, in Fskup. The Or eks'havn,,:T,D;s!!Many Notable Men Deliver Ad- sikutu. irom which tlie on the town of Servia, baltle Is expected soon. The rival fit ets are Greeks blockading the i: nos, and the Turk sli Kuvurna and Varna. A Turks w here n :,-ed I b.,: active, tin; laud of I. em boli! hard ing report of the sinking of the Hulgari.in torpedo boat Is discredited at Constantinople, where It Is suld the Turkish warships in the. Hlack sea fired at torpedo boats, hut the hitier took refuge in port, the warships not venturing to follow for fear of mines. The Greek consul at Cardiff, octilig , under instructions from his govern1 merit. Is laying claim to all the Greek tonnage entering that port. F.very essel s commandeered becomes the property of the Greek government. Ship owners have requested Ihe Hrit ish foreign office to protest against tills procedure. I The Sofia correspondent of the Dully Telegraph, reports that the Hul garians have captured K rk-Kilisseli, which lies east of Adrian. iple. where twenty thousand Turks surrended and communication with Constantinople I was cut. It Is added, however, thut there Is no official confirmation of the report. I The fighting at Plavia, which was captured Sunday by the Montenegrins (Continued un Page S, Coluxnn it,) l WISHES SUCCESS FROM JOURNEY OF GOVERNOR BUT STANDS MARSHALL TRIP WELL Democratic Candidate for Vice! President Makes a Strong Speech Criticising Califor nia's Chief Executive, Condemns Primary Law of Golden State That Does Notj rermit I ree buttrage in no- giessive Stronghold, 0Y Mori.ii.K .I.Mirl.nl Hne.-ltil I ei.iMNl Vlr. I Sacramento. Cal., Oi l 21. - - iiov - ! ernor i nomas t Marshall, el Indiana, . ItooseVelt can. Although t x-1'i esi presidential nominee, ! dent Koosevelt w as weat v Irom I . i h 1 tlemoeratK' vie1 CrlllClZeU l.Ovei ltOI lliruill U , JOUIISIIII, . Ileen Wisneo success ill l.r..e J.. Johnson, Coventor Johnson's father, "(Jovernnr Johnson came Into our slate and gave our people u lot of ad - vice, about running Indiana." said (low Marshall. "lie had a lot to sav uhoi.it how back wn rd we were and how muched the patient closely for any signs of we lacked progress. Hut I am not go ing to attempt to give you California people any advice in this connection. I think you are competent enough and sensible enough to handle your own affairs without suggestions from me. "However, I do want to say In re ply to Governor . Johnson's criticism of Indiana, thai n Tatt republican In Indiana Ibis year will be able to vote for Mr. Taft on a republican ticket tinder ui republican emblem. "We have no such law as your elec tion law, which, 1 am told, liars your republicans from voting for Mr. Taft. "You ate not aa progressive, evi dently as I had been informed yon were, or you would not be held power- Mess tinder this peculiar law which ! practlca lly has lost to ipany of you 'your franchise. ! ' "I sh.nii.l like t.i see . 'ri til or.ili. cast lis electoral vote for Woodrow Wilson but I want to sec it done through the free will of Ihe voters. 1 would not like lo see Woodrow Wilson win this state If the volets were driven lo It by a law which rendered the lo vote for their own chol powerless M I!S1I Al l. SPFAKS San Jose, Cal., Oct. largest crowd that he on his Huolfic coasi T s ,iosi: 21. I Iff ore the e has addressed speaking tour, Marshall, of In Governor Thomas .liana, democratic vice presidential nominee, followed up tonight his at tack on Governor Hiram W. Johnson, of California, begun at Sacramento late todav. "After lloeellior .Tnlmsoli crime llil.il my stale ami gave ihe voters of In diana, a lot of superfluous advice, " said Governor Marshall, "I took down by Hlble and looked up the word 'Hi ram' ami discovered that Hiram was a cunning worker in brass. "Criminologists tell us that we should be wary of the person who run hi, mini crying 'stop thief.' " The governor ai-cue.l for trust con trol by prosei'iii ion under the Sher man law. BIG MISS OP dresses Before the Largest Gathering of Kind That Has Ever Been Held, (llr MoruiDg Journ al Sir, li.l IfiuM-d IVirr , l.eihbridge, Alii.iia. net. ?i. I ndii favorable auspices, the International Dry Farming nnra:' opened lute today. Chairman .). W. Mc.N'icol, of the exposition board, in hi s opcninc; I address, said II was by far Ihe largest j ,,f exhibition of dry farming he had evei seen. Addresses were delivered by Seu,.r La iirov iailas, s. orelarv of ngricult ore. of .Mexico: Leslie C Newman, direc tor of agriculture, Mysore, India: G. T. Hryun, of Oklahoma: D. o. Lively, of Portland, Ore, and others. H Holmes, of Raymond, Albcr'u. was awarded the ehamplon.-hlp prize of a SL'.r.iiii farm engine for the bd wheat grown under ,ir- farming con ditions, lie is oi fc-'l n a lly from I'tuli. lllClCHM' Of Washington. i-eiiiht Hi. tes Order.-.!. oc i ' 1 Increases nv- eraging about :.' freight rales on . I utter tubs, drums, etc., from Chicago it points to Rocky Hons were approve ., r ci nt in the ..q.erage. Including u ell buckets, kuts, ind Mississippi iiv- nouintaln dciina il today by the in- u rm.it e commerce commtsjeion. FARMERS SESSION Reaches Pittsburgh Afiei All- Day Train Ride in New Yoik T at 8 O'clock. and is Duo lis Moiiiip,;;, !N0 INCIDENTS OCCUR ! TO DISTURB PATIENT On Reaching Oystei Bay, Colo-1 nel Will Go to Bed Immeiii- aleiy and heinam Mu'io im-i I til He Regains Strength, j I It.v VIu.uI.ik .Ioiii-iimI S.r.'lul l.r..kr,t i I'lltslnirgh, del. 21. inii Wire. I I, mint I n-il , Hie 11, Mil V llir.i.;i, v i.if. n.Mmewu nun me iin niei.iiis j while believing that Ihe colonel hud i sufficient strength for Ihe trip, were ' collect ncil us to the outcome when j the time en me for his departure and ' d uring the first few hours they walch- a setback. As the day wore on and It became plain that he was resting com fortably en the bed in his state room jibe ti nsion was relaxed and tonight every one on the colonel's car was breathing easily. Colonel Itoosevell spent the day In nailing magazines, talking and sleep ing. As soon us he was brought to his car in Chicago he went lo bed, and remained there throughout the duy. The hardships of the Journey were increased by several severe Jolts, caused by the imperfect action of a brake on the colonel's ear and once or twice the train came to such un abrupt halt thut the colonel was tossed about in his bed. The colonel was suffering ri m nervous exhaustion, when he left Chicugo and he found the motion of the train most tiresome. Tlie progress of the Itoosevell train was watched by silent crowds. At many ol Hie stations people were out to see the train puss through. They brought flowers and fruits to the wounded man, and sent him messages i of greeting. There was no cheering (and Ihe people talked In subdued tones. Dr. Alexander Lambert, ol New York, who with Dr. Sentry I.. Terrell, of Dallas, Tf.Vi Is caring for Colonel Itoosevell, said tlie Wound had bled some during the day, but thai the bleeding was merely tlie result of the draining of the wound inul was ni: in dicutio'i uf the healing process. Hul Ictlns were issued by Ihe physicians j during the day but they merely re ported that h, lonel was resting easy and that his condition was un changed. Aided by the X-ray exami nation made yesterday, Dr. Lambert was iilil,, tu determine the position of tho bullet by an external examination today. He placed a finger on the prc clso spot. " I tie nutlet Is imtiedde.i in ih ma jor perioral muscle," said Dr. Lam bert, "and as the X-ray photograph showed, Is close to the fourth rib oh the right hide. Il will be u simple mat ter to remove the bullet l.iier should Colonel lloosev.ill wish it." There Was little doubt in hr. Lam bert's llllnd Dial C.don.U Itoosevell oul, he well enough to adill'iss the I campaign rally planned for Madison I Square Garden on October liiuli. The doctor said Ihe colonel would be per mitted to speak for half an hour. I Colonel Itoosevelt js traveling to ; i lyster Hay In Ihe private car Ideal, the car on which I'resldeni Tail made I his I wo-mi. tit h's tour lasl year, lie Is guarded h two private detectives. Colonel Itoosevell is due in New York l x:os tomorrow morning. His car will lie taken directly to Oyster Hay and before III o'clock the colonel probably will be In bed at Saganioie I'ntll he has rallied from the cf- Ic'ls of the Hip, Colonel Itoosevell Will be required to rest absolutely. t. ex pects to see Senator Dixon, his cnui pauiii manager, tomorrow , but I their la Ik probably will be brief. Ol f M I.S FAMILY ASK Ol III AT I1VS TFU P.AV Ov.'iier Hay, Y ., Oct. i'L Plans sler Hay citizens for a celebra tion' of Colonel Roosevelt s retUlll home toluol row have been cancelled at Ihe Ii, ll, 'SI of Ihe Ruose'.elt fam- llv. TWO ARRESTED FOR POSTAL FORGERY 'li .cir.o. tic today I lips and ' l ittle .1. IT 'f I . - I illleSl-d 'I'll. III! JS Davis." stai author!- Mi .1 v labile Phll- Shariiiu, alias d on In, IK- ol tomitm postal money orders for more l ban $..a,l)iMi. Mrs Phillips Is declared to have coniesMil the forgery plot. Six men and four women are sau! to compose the band of forgers. Forged ord.-i made on slob n blanks were pass. ,1 at San f rxiu is, ,. mij other b.r ge elti. DR, MANNA BECOMES AUXILIARY BISHOP Washington, net. J I . - I i . I'dwurd ll.nnu. professor .f theology .il St. Hcrnard's seminary i . t lioche: ler, , V., bus lieell appointed e V I'ope l'llls, a UN Ilia rv hp hup ill S. u F ranch 'o, ,n ii'l'llill'l lo a e.i hlelil a Ml I I eil hv Mon-ihiior Hull", lb' !"ii.i .1 ie dele IMIe. DK. II S V Wll l I'OIC l'OMIIo urn:. Fan Fra ncisen, iiei. In. Hanu.i win. has been appoir'eil uuvHiarv bis bop it!' San Francisco, win noiiuiiai.il lo the position In RUG. re, eh'e the confirnm lioi an mint uf a charge , made agaln-i him l. . l.ule.l lo Koine on MUliM'lliMM i 1 1 1 i-i h leaders. Subsequently lb. , hare..- was iDffil'SMIK TO BE FILLED B! 'California Governor Begins I , r -e I campaign tor Last ivvo: Weeks Before Election; At-! tacks Wilson's Labor Record. ! Hx 'ipirnht Joi.ncd Mr,-.' .1 I nctr Wire r.imdeii, N. J.. Oci. .1. Within n I. w hoots aftet he had arrived In New York, tonight. Governor II Irani Johnson had planned a I. 'illative schedule of the dates Colonel Roose velt would have filled had he not been shot, and a few others, and was on his way lo New Jersey to make the opening address of a final two weeks' campaign in six eastern stales. The schedule will be a hard one, the gov ernor was told, but he refused to worry ubout II. "I am as fll as ;inv man could he," he told the progressive committee. "Arrange any sort of schedule yon wish and I'll try lo carry It out." A private car was obtained for the governor, and hu will travel In It un til the close of the campaign. Camden's meeting was tin ovution for this campaign. A play wns given in u theater und at the close of the performance the governor spoke. Governor Wilsons labor record was his main topic. This was a sub ject Colonel KooKcVcli had Just be gun to handle when he was shot. It was learned that all Ihe inutiiriul Colonel Itoosevelt was to have used will be utilized by Governor Johnson. In future addresses. Tonight ili gov ernor spoke only of the Jollne letur and Governor Wilson's address to the Princeton graduating class In HMIU. "Governor Wilson's attitude, as shown In those two Instances and olb eiH which I shall produce, dhow hi. whole attitude toward labor oicanl zations changed after lie became can didate for ol flee," said Governor Johnson. The governor also criticised Gover nor Wllcon f,u Ins failure to drive certain trusts incorporated under New Jcisey law out of Ihe stale and suld that Colonel Itnoscvcll wax the one man responsible for the presi nl agita tion against monopolici.. "You can determine what u man will do in the future by wliul he has done In the past," said Ihe governor. "Theodore Hooscvolt alwujs has Mini.) like a Hon in tlie path of big business and stopped the encroach ments of it. He was ihe one thai creuled public sentiment ugalnsr crooked big business that now Is 1 1 i ii.t.l In the laud. "The democratic candidate for pres ident bail bis opporlunily Ih your Hate lo bring havoc to trusts that the :ll 1 ,1.111 , court of the Culled Slates alteadv had deci.le.l were Illegal. All lhat was required was the punch, II, had III.- Iei:al 1 1 : ; 1 1 1 to put them out of liio-iness, hui the punch was not forthcoming. If he had the same opinion a year uco that he claims lo have now rcardiiin the Irusls, he could have acted lor Ihe gooil of the whol" eounirv." ROOSEVELT WILL Progressive Hotchkiss, State Chairman of New Yoik, Says Colonel Will Attend Meeting at Madison Square, Illy Murntnii .liMimal ie lal I .iiril VirJ New York. Oct ::.- Filler, a s, li ons Sl tb.UK occurs in the ep. el .1 improvement of Theodore RooseV ell 's iii.lition. lit clonel will make his eh at the pi'gressie 1 Madison Squ.ite Gal on i ictober :iu, accord- I scheduled rp tnass iii.'i tna: den, this city in.: to ami I 'rou I f SSI V i tun tnellt made today Si.it bnrioan Hot, Urs. Thb llt'v Is expect, ,1 I., be the ex presi appearance ill this i. lilt public : d 1 1 1 lu: Ibis stale campaign, Mr Hot" blics said, and his other speak ing d.iles will I,.- filled hv Governor Hiram Johnson, Oscar Straus, candi date f..r coveinor: Fniied States Scn- I .lor Alo es I-:. Olapp, Ronrke Cochran ; ,i oili. rs. Governor Johnson and Straus aiul other stale candidates I Will 'del, speak at tne Madison Sijuure liar linctluK J MAKE SPEECH ON OCTOBER 3 HEADQUARTERS CLOSED By V:tli(h;iY,'i of Financial Sup Regularly Conr.l.i- poi! I torn luted Comi a Step. !ee forces Such 'ATTEMPTED COERCION I BY HUBBELLITES FAILS j Taft-laffa Club to Depend on Large Slush Fin d to Carry Out Its Purposes According to Cutient Repoit. The flist effort of the to-be organ ized Tnfi-Jafla club to a-slst tho re publican ci unty eomn.i'ti'c "in tlieP" endeuvots to Insure a large mujorllv for the republican ticket "v HerruDllo county," resulted lasl nighl in the clos ing of the republican headquarters una the declaration of Chairman Klfego lluca that he would ignore the club and would not be responsible for uny of its acts during Ihe campaign. While declining to take an active part In the campaign subservient t the Huhbell men composing the Taft Jaffa club, Ihe members of the regulur organization declare lhat they will support th' republican ticket and will not surrender Ihe organization. They will simply let the self-constituted or rather Hubbell-cunstlluted, organiza tion bundle the present campaign and take the responsibility of tho over whelming defeat which they lire sure will I m the result of the breaking up of the regular organization. it is staled that the Tall-Jaffa club expects lo huvu it large slush fund and thai one of the reasons for tttklnif the. control of uffalrH from Heu wtm the fact thai he had pledged himself to conduct a clean campaign free from the bribery and corruption which him marked previous i leelloliH. Thus have tho statements of the cvcnlniT paper and certain gentlemen who grew somewhat hysterical over the article published in thi) Journal of vesterday been fulfilled. As lo the still more hysterical sluie iii.iits of these same gentlemen, nnd the militant .vomig men who conduct the evening paper applying Ihe short and ugt.v word at frequent Intervals 10 Ihe statement In the Journal thut Frank Hubbol! Inspired and was buck of ihe movement lo oust Mlfego Huca from Ihe chairmanship of the county central committee, the Journal will furnish lis rondos before election day with the affidavits cf a lair,,.- number of members of the republican county central commitiee lo the effect lhnt they were approached either by Frank 1 1 u I , I ,,' ! I . himself, or by his son and solicited f,,r their proxies at the meet ing of the , ,'iiinl couimlllee at which the question of , uniting' lluca was to ecme up. These affidavits will show that Hub liell represented thut he was H friend of llaca und in one instance, at least, ohtiiltu d u proxy on this statement and in others tlie proxies vvre not given. Chairman Racu upset the calculations of Hubbell by Issuing a notice that no proxies would be allowed nt the meet ing. A broad smile went urwtind among Ihe politicians of the county yesterday when they read the list of names of org misters ol the Tuft-Jaffa club coupled with the rather flamboyant statement in the evening puper thut these men wer. one i. ml all uhove the suspicion of being Implicated in uny political scheme of Frank Hubbell. In the list appears the nnino of Francis K Wood, personal attorney and loyal beiulimaii of Hubbell: J. lK I'ereu. who was appointed to a lucrative fed eral olfu c solely un ilia recommenda tion of Hubbell, M. K. Hlckey, who re c, h ed the republican nomination for dist-t ie.i Judge last fall solely by grace of Hubbell and was overwhelmingly de le it.-il bv the same grace; K. A. Mann, win. us Hubbell'H chief lieutenant, en gineered the move last full which split the republican party in half and lost tho -tat, and r utility lo the pany; Georga I: Craig. Charles Melild, George H. vl. ..no, George F. Albright, George A. K is, man. W. .1. Johnson, D. J. Kan l in and , tin rs whom the records fail to hsclo.se have ever opposed tho lornur county boss. Far be it froiri the e men to take part In any move ment winch bears the taint of HuubeU i-on. Many of Un names obtained on th club roster. It was learned, wore, mis led and Jyelieved that they were. Joining' a club which was to work In harmony with the republican organization and. in one instance, at least. It Is known, that the organizers wcro told thut they might put down tho name, hut tho man would contribute only to lhi i ouny committee direct. In his letter addressed to tlie mem bers ol the progressive, democratic and republican committees which bud agreed upon a plan for clean cam paign and election, published else where. Chairman llaca states exactly the proposition made by Max Nord baus and Louis llfelj and v id doubt- Icaj. lirUiu, u.ul'v? iu detail tUH CHAIRMAN