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that hla “store nows" Is Import ant to you. he will print It In “your" ncwhpuper. If he doesn't, be will uot. ESTABLISHED 1877 CITIZENS LINING UP FOR THE SPRING CAMPAIGN (loss rule uud ring domination are doomed In Trinidad. Regardless of former party affiliations the citizens are already aligning themselves for the city election In April. The so called fusion forces. Progressives, Democrats and members of all other parties who so successfully opposed the forces of privilege ut the general election, have already cemented tltel* forces in the city in preparation for the coming campaign. Business men who have the commercial Interests of the city at bcurt, those who are concerned over the inoial growth of the community, professional men, In short, citizens of every walk of life In the community are eugaglng in the movement. It is a part of the policy, ao lately inaugurated and so success fully launched, of dictating for them selves who ahull serve them us pub lic officials Instead of permitting themselves to be dominated hy po litical bosses. “A stitch In time saves a hundred" said a well known citizen today. "In a measure It is regrettable that things ever came to a pass where It van imperative to go through cam paigns such sc the last. Business men don't like It and I don't believe any one does. The way to prevent the recurrence of such a condition Ip for the people to maintain u certain amount of Interest uud activity In these affairs. The bosses never can | get the strnnglc hold on n com mutt-' Ity when the people are alive ami active in their own Interests.** I This seems to l»e the Impelling rea-1 son for the praiseworthy inter* hi that Is iM-ing taken already In the plans for the spring campaign Com mittees have been named and a working organization has been ef fected. Conferences are held nt regular intervals and painstaking care Is being used to sound the sen timent of the people regarding whom they would have ns city officials. Al ready much work has been done along this line. The ticket when completed. It la believed, wllf repre sent as nearly as pp—lble the choice ARCHBALD ADMITS CHARGES BUT DENIES THEY WERE WRONG Washington, Dec. 3.—The senate | convened today as a high court of Impeachment to try Judge Robert \V. Archbald of the Commerce cour*' on thirteen separate charges alleged to constitute "high crimes and mis demeanors." Counsel for the judge lias admit ted commission of nil the acts alleg ed- but denied than any was Improp er. Judge Arrhbuld and nis attorneys entered the chamber promptly as did the house members. The court adopted formal orders setting the hour of meeting daily at 2 o'clock providing that the opening statements of the case should be made by one person on each side. That will confine the opening statements to Representative Clayton, who had been designated by the house man agers and A. S. Worthington, chief of the counsel for Judge Arch bald. The court then took a brief recess. When the court resumed. Repre sentative Clayton, chairman of the house Judiciary committee and spok esman for the house of malingers be gan a statement of the case against Judge Archbald. The testimony In the whole case will tend to support the charge of misbehaviour in the conduct of Judge Archbald, said Representative Clay ton. "He has shown an abnormal and unjudgclike desire to make money by trading with railroads and their sub sidiary." he declared. "Judge Arch bald’s sense of morality had become deadened.” The charge against Judge Arch bald arose in connection with private and official acts both as a Judge of the court of commerce and as Uni tod States district judge for middle Penn sylvania. He was Impeached by the house of representatives after a full investigation of the facts by the De partment of Justice, and extended hearings before the house Judiciary committee. The managers appointed by the house to prosecute the ease before the Senate asked for an Immediate trial Inst August but the Senate declined to hasten its consideration of the rase. During the Inst week scores of subpoeanes were Issued for witness es who will be brought before the Senate by the House managers and by Judge Arch Bald's attorneys in connection with the trial. After the House Committee on concluded its hearings last spring It recommended that Judge Archbald be called before the Senate tinder linpeachthent proceed THE CHRONICLE=NEWS ONLY AFTERNOON LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED P»ESS PAPER IN SOUTHERN COLORADO j of the majority of the people. The present movement is based upon the belief and the determination to put Into practice the theory that tin voters themselves are the ones to name the candidates whom they can enthusiastically support nt the polls.. Numerous candidates already been suggested for the different *>f flces. For the of flee of mayor there has been a striking amount of ex pression in favor of Lie F. Easley, !u pioneer resident whose past record I 'ls one. that marks him as eminently qualified for the place. Mr. Easley lias been consulted In the matter. Ills j reply Is that while not seeking po int leal preferment, he is willing to accept any responsibility and do anything within Ills jKiwer to help | the movement for popular govern ment. In addition n number of other I well-known and popular citizens have been mentioned. Impetus Is being given to the ac tivity of »!»>• citizens in preparation lor the mining campaign by the dally evld* gees of the activity of the members of the socnllcd "gang" the perpetual offlccseokera of the city. It Is generally understood that the*- will not abdicate without a struggle. Strong Influences are being brought to bear upon the present mayor. D. L. Taylor, b> those who are now pro fiting by bis control of the city, to induce him to run yet another time iThe ••gang" has decided unnulmouslv Ithnt he. If anyone, can save them. It Is persistently rumored today that In 'has ngreed to run agnln and It In confessedly known that he Is am bltuoiih lor the place again. When asked today If the report war true that he Intended to seek reel** tlon to the office of mayor. Mr. Taylor hesitated and replied that lie had uot decided and was not at lib erty to state. "I have given the mat ter very little thought,*' ho said. "I may and I may pot." The mayor ex hibited an uuxloty to get away from his Interviewer anti had no apparent desire to state hl« plans for th*- spring election. | lugs. The last time the House bad exercised Its impeachment powers was In 1904 when Judge Swane, United States Judge for the northern district of Florida, was called to ac count for misconduct and was acquit ted by the Senate The House of Representatives on July I. 1912. adopted articles of impeachment by a vote of 222 to 1 and a committee headed by Represeutat Ivo Clayton of Alnbnma. was chosen to act ns the managers on the part of the House to try the case before the Senate. The House managers urged the Senate to grant an Immediate trial but that body declined to hear the case before the end of the last session. Thirteen separate articles consti tute the basis for the impeachment trial. These embrace dealings be tween Judge Archbuhl and railroad officials and others in regard to Pennsylvania coal or "culm" dumps anri coal lauds: contributions by at torneys and others to the judge's va cation trip to Kit rope In 1910; re puted "secret” correspondence by the judge with a railroad attorney con cerning a pending case, and alleged attempts to have notes payable to Judge A roll bn I d discounted by at- ROBERT W. ARCHBALH torneys and litigants before his court. In presenting the ease to the House Representative Clayton.said that the Judiciary committee was of the opin ion that Judge Arehbald’s "sense of 'moral responsibility had become (Continued on page two.) • TRINIDAD. COLO.. TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 3. 1912. Turkey Has a Navy That Compares Favorably With Meager Fleets Owned by the Allied Forces Whllet lie nations engaged in the Balkan war do "t have navlc, lliat would !*■• of any use in a war with n fading European nation, the. have a few ho; t> that are ■<uf' •I* ntlv modern to be of service, tire* *’* and Turkey are not unevenly matched In naval equlpm ut. Bulgaria hi s a few gunboats and torpedo boats, while rvln and Montenegro are without a nn\ >. Th* pictures show seen* . «>n « Turkish erulser and give an Idea of the type of men that man the HUltiifi’s vessels. SNEED YELLS FOR JOY WHEN FREED BY JURY VERDICT Fort Worth, Tex.. I»«•«■. 3.* J. Ileal Sneed was today found not guilty o" the murder of Captain Al. (I. Boyce. Sr. The detnonßtration by Sneed anti ills attorneys over the verdict was spectacular. Walter Scott and W. I*. .McLean. Jr., defen* •• lawyers, were lined for throwing their huts over the chandeliers In the court room. Sneed omitted a cowboy yell but the court refused to censure him ot to fine him. Mrs. Sneed awaited tnc verdict In a downtown hotel. Sneed telephoned the news to her. Sneed shot Captain Boyce to death on January 13 In Fort Worth, soon after Sneed had returned from Wln uepeg, Canada, with bis wife, with whom Al. (J. Boyce. Jr., sou of Cap tain Bryce, had eloped. Sneed claimed self defense and also a conspiracy on the part of the Boyces to rob him of ills wife. Al Boyce, Jr., was killed In Amarillo. September I I last. Sliced will be tried on this charge In February at 1 Vernon. The families Involved In the two j tragedies are wealthy and have had | prominent parts in th*' upbuilding of Texas. After the elopment Sneed spent $20,000 in n chase across the continent to fin*! Ills wife. Sneed's first trial on the charge of killing Captain Boyce resulted In a disagreement. Sneed’s relatives denied today that Mrs. Sneed had been closely guarded in her hotel here. "She has been free to come and go as sli** wished." they said. "She is happy over the verdict and she loves her husband and her children." RABBI DIES IN FIRE New York, Dec. Louis Levy, n I Jewish rabbi, lost bis life early today |in a fire which swept away an npart linent house In upper Fifth avenue. |No Liu else wan injured. Gamblers Trap Police in Gas-Filled Den; Fight Way Out San Franci.-* Dec. •"*. Chinese gamblers resorted to desperate strate .gy last night to . v ole the police and lured two «>fri* - < i to Imprisonment in gas filled chaini"Tß, leaving them to asphyxlute The fuel that ouch officer carried a small axe saved them as the> succeeded in chopping holes through the walls to obtain air and aid. Corporal Hoff, the first victim, was walking alone when an unknown Chinese brushed him and whis pered "IMgow in Siberia club." Without waiting to call his squad. Hoff rushed t*» tin club which wa lighted up as usual He thrust aside the doorkeeper. As the door swung hack lie heard bolts click and simul taneously the gas lights went out. frying the other door he found him self imprisoned In a narrow hallway. feet long and Imost lmincdin:«-l> became aware tha» gas was rushing from the open j* ts. After l minutes furious work with his axe h penetrated the wall and was rescued nearly overcome. I Officer Rail* ' was trapped simi larly In another dub, almost at the (some time. PUEBLO GROCERY EMPLOYES CHARGED WITH THEFT Pueblo, Colo.. Dec. 3;—Wholesale Clefts extending over a period of six years were disclosed this afternoon I when employes of the Star Grocery land Market company were arrested ion complaint of Die company. Mana ger Schwartz * i■ rns the losses will reach $ 12.000. J Two cmplo> Max Gordon and Charles Fillibert arc under arrest end four others may be arrested Inter, as tbe> . >;i.■•swetli to connection with 'll*’ tlieris Articles wore taken from the store " *1 sold. the money being kept by tin employes, it is ulbo charged that s "1 of the employes stole all th*’ supplies needed in their ilioiii.s for the last few years. DEMOCRATS ARE PREPARING TO FIGHT TAFT APPOINTMENTS Washington, i»• President Taft sent more than 2*"» i* ••••*» np polnttneiiiM t«» the senute today and immediately a mov* aunt was started among some of the Democratic sen ntoia t«> prevent their confirmation. Senator Gore, it wn said, would hat• ihe u«.lvo support *.f :e\eral colleagues In heading the movement. The campaign Is directed cspeclal ly against nominations which It is claimed have been postponed from m. in time thus bringing tho new terms (lose to the beginning of the Democratic administration Dctno rratlv senator/- claim the president or th** privilege of appointing a*».- already has *!«•! rived tin Democrats tititi postmasters hy placing them within the civil service law by u sin gle order. CHRONICLE-NEWS CAPITAL PRIZE AUTO ATTRACTS MUCH ATTENTION Muelt favorable continent has in on caused during the past few days on the appearance of tin* handsome 1913 "FORD’ tonr ing ear. which will be award ed as the Capital Prize In Tho Uhronlcle-News Grand Popular ity Campaign. This car. which appears on tlt• • streets ouch aft ernoon Is tlw latest and most perfect production of l lie Ford Automobile Co., and Is complet ely equipped with every known and proven device of the auto mobile world. The other prizes which arc on display at the local Jewelry establishments of I'. L. Allen. L H. Hull anil W. E. Bniict'. also the Kohler Campbell pianos, which nre shown at J. W. Cooley’s Music House, have also attracted their share *»r attention, and added to tin* great Interest iti the cam paign. ADRIANOPLE IS BONE OVER WHICH ROW IS FEARED Constantinople. Doc. 3. —t» p. m.— the signatures «f the representatives of Turkey aiol the Balkan allies who an- In conference outside of T« haial* jn fortification* have not >«•» boon attached to an uriuistlce agreement. London, l)er. 3. Adrlanoplc wan iin* obstacle which threatened to wr< k tin- pmrloys between the pleni potentiaries of Turkey and the llal kau alllev when they lln«t opened at Itaghtclie, and Adrlanoplc appeared . ;aln at the end of tin* negotiations .n to he most serious hlndrnn> to lac attainment or an agreement. At the flMt session the Turk* abso lutely r« fa»ed to surrender Adrian ! pic. but when the Bulgarlen* final y fielded o them on the point of the Gre i k delegate, shrank hark and de manded time In which lo submit the question to tlo* government at Ath < us. The reason for tho Greeks* objec tion to such submission |* n i far to t-cek. ac« online to diplomat- It !h pointed «»ut that It is obvious that If the Bulgarians sacrifice the ultim ate ponesslott 01 Adrlnnoplo In In tercets of general peace they will ex pert their ullie* to share their sacri fice and the only way In which thl* tan be done is ?o give Bulge:la com- I eimatlon In til'- shape t»f territory coitiiticered by the Greeks, .‘imlnte and Montenegrins and which they faked cut for tlo niselvcs Hence the wall from Athens that any con con .ions to Turkey will "emlunger the fruits of victory gained hy the al lies above all tin. of Greece and Horvla." Greece, appauntly, fears that In cnee Turkey ulilmstely retains her no.tie* u for!Vt *M. ITulgarijC ffITT riFne actively dispute the Hellenic claims to the possession of Salonlkl. The firm and unchangeable atti tude of Turkey on the subject of \dtlntiople throughout the negotla j :ion- x shown In a telegram from tho -ul*an to King Ferdinand to the • f- J.cit while he Is prompted by the 'ii mot ires, bt Is unable Ito renounce Turkey's hold on Adrlan |,,i.*• • which all Ottomans consider ns I* Mohammedan sanctuary. Diplomats in all the Kuropcati I countries are anxious to see the real peace negotiations begun ns they i'.milder there will he a better chance •»f i. c htilg n settlement of the Aus trla-Scrvlan dispute, which Is still worrying the t.crvee of Kuropean jHiwors. The bitterness of feeting between Greece and Itulgarla was reflected to. iluy at the Greek legation in Igmdon. I he Greek pilnlster claimed lliat the action of the Greek fleet was tho "one decisive faetor of the whole war. Without the presence of our ships Turkey would have boon able to bring her host troops from Asia Minor ami to land them ut Dudcn patch and flank the liulgarian armies thus rendering their umgnlflccnt vic tory quite im|K)SSlhlc " As regards the Itulgnrlan poult loti at Tclmtalja, It appears that Greece more than once offered Itulgarla three divisions of fresn troops ami the entire use of the Greek fleet to augment the force before the Tchat alja lines, but received no reply to her offer. The terms of the armistice between tlie Turkish and liulgarian armies as accepted by Bulgariu provide that the truce shall continue during the whole period of the peace negotiations. Turkey is to have the right of re \ ictuallitig all her besclgcd fortresses and all detached bodies of Ottoman troops remaining In Macedonia and (Continued on page two.) THE WEATHER PHILOSOPHICAL PHELIX SAYS "It's tills way" say th’ allies. "We could have hail Turkey fer Thniiksglvln' but were savin’ it fer Xmas." "These G. O. P. guys" sez Paw. "Don't do untilin' lxit buzz an' buzz an' talk o’ th' times Glut used t' wuz." Weather Forecast Tonight fair, cooler east portion, Wednesday fair. EIGHT PAGES PRICE 5 CENTS RYAN DENIES KNOWLEDGE OF DYNAMITE JOBS Indianapolis. Iml. Dec. 3. Frank M Itynn. president of the Iron Work ers* I'nlon testified at the "dynamite conspiracy" trial today that Ills of fice was * robbed* hy dotectlvo* when .1. .1. McNamara, the secretary, wan arrested In April. 1911. Itynn. asserting lie had no sus picion McNamara lind stored explos ives at the union headquarter* said In* protested when offielals of t ffe National Krectors* association Joined deteetlvcs In searching the files. \\ hib* In* was endeavoring to furnish tile eomldiintlon to tile safe, he said, a cracksman proceeded to drill the lock. Meantime. McNamara was lie tug hurried to t’allfornln During tin* search of the premises. Itynn said, lie sent for Ills attorney and compelled tho aiithorltlo* to pro duce search warrants. Klghty-two quarts of nitroglycerin were found In the vault. Ityaii also denied, ns lind teen charged that ns early ns 190(5, W. T Jerome, then district attorney in New York lias "given warring that ex plosions wen? being done by the Iron workers ." Cross examined Ityan was asked what he mennt in writing from New York in Aprils 1909, to union bood qunrters. "I will not have n ro|»orl this month. Nearly all my work can not In* referred to.*’ Tlo* gotrernment charges that as head of the I'nlon. Ityan from Now York was directing union officials in other cities about John to lie Mown up. "I meant by that I was trying to settle disputes among the Iron work ers In New York ’* answered Itynn. and I di'l not think It wise for mem bers In other cities to know there mi •mu ?•*»*»*.■* Itynn added he give little atten tion to the $ 1 .oou a month used by McNamara and for which no account ing was required. QUESTION RIGHT TO HOLD VIOLATORS OF NEUTRALITY LAWS Austin. Tex.. Dee. 3 The consti tutional rlglu of the fodeial govern ment to hold violators of neutrality 'aw* pi isoners at the wish of tin* president of the I*lilted States was aigm-d today In the habeas corpus proceedings for the release of Colon el I'asnial Orozco, Sr . father of the .Mexican revolutionary general and David |)e I.a Fuente. Doth are seek ing liberty from the military prison ai San Xntuiilo. where they are held ror their Mexican revolutionary act ivities. Fed'Tiil District Attorney Iloynton in outlining the government's case said the power delegated to the pres ident by the neutrality sectloli of tho penal code Is discretionary. Counsel for Orozco denied the pres ident Imd the right to order the ar rest of any one except under due process of law and said ho would 111-* sist that this is the first time in his tory that a president has ever tried to exercise such discretion. Itoyntou admitted there Is mu suf ficient grounds on which to base a < barge at this time against the pris oners. hut said they were held by 'lie military authorities with the hope of turning them over to the civil authorities but that the time i Ills would lie done was Indefinite. THOSE SANTA LETTERS The first of the Santa Claus letters were received h> the* Chronicle-News and tin sc will a p car as t hey are re (-jv ed from now until Christma -. Kvery lit 11« child In Trinidad who Is looking forward to Santa to bring them precious gilts, may make their wants known in the Santa Claus let ters which rlie C-N will publish. Mall ihem or hi Dig th<m to tho C-N of flee. Don't hesitate to tell old Kris just what ynt want, lie is going to do mu' h lor good little boys and girls this year. PEARL SMUGGLERS FINED Los Angeles, Calif.. Dec. Xurel io nnd Alfredo Sandoval, millionaire liroiheir. possessed of valiiablo fish ing concessions in Mexican waters, w t•»<• fined $300 each today in tin* federal court for having smuggled pearls into the I'nlted States.