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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
Titinrxi: tit,i:n.
VOI,. 211. .NO,
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MARCH 18. 1911,
III ITMI,S(i CO,
Mil I l) II
.3
GREAT ROOSEVELT
MM IS
BY EX-PRESIDENT
John P. Onne. President of
Water Users' Association,
Introduces
Dam Site.
Roosevelt at
PEOPLE ARE ACTUAL
OWNERS OF THE DAM
Government Built it for $9,
000.000 and Land Owners i
Will Repay Total Amount
to the Government
PlioonK. . Match s Colonel
Itim i.-lt mill p.nty iiulvi'il ,n Phoc
,i hi '.i n clock UilH inui'iiliiK Tlii'v
i' 1 i.niiiedliitult In ntitoiilohllo (n
in Hnoiovclt vi sorvolr at the IiIk
I ' '..IMIilllllll lIUlM .'l lllllcS Wl'St. Wllt'lV
i I- li'iinal dedication in hen puiee ill
I i. llll.lv tllU llficlllOOl)
huge iiii:iilnr of cltlxcns of Phmv
ni nceoinpiitilod tlu party. Colonel
lliiicv' Ii'h main speocd In Arizona
will ho nun!.' at PlioonK .Mnnilay.
Tin' mi met iwi'tthlcnl anil liinilly
,und Handily alttti nnnn al Mesa,
il. wh.'te Airlili' Hiiiixi'Vt'lt Ih al
ii ii'litm school
Roosevelt Dedicates It
Pho nl. A.I.. March IV-Whut
( iilOlll'l 'I ll IlllnlV ItoOHeVl'll Hp-ppl'll
ii ii iinla iiion tin pliiifcinn over-
blltnilllg till' L'Mlfoot hull llli'llilr III
Mi,- gtcai ilani which hoim IiIk name,
Mn most I'lomliiciit ninn In dl per
hiniiil escort wok .lolin !' Ornif. pi eat
il in nf t li Water Paer.' unsocial Ion
Mi (it mi :ii;i(iiiiriil coinin'l
Kikihi'M'Ii. on Imlialf of ihi' WOn-odd
members o the iiRHOclutlnn of lar
ni t h who mailt' iiohmIIiIc Hk- gtont
Sail ilvi'i it'clainailnti projict. pi tig
mi? $) per anri for '.'Oo.ono arrc of
latnl wdleh thny owned Hint ihet
would In ten yeai fiom the opening
nl Hi.- mojrri. ii'i;iy at tht ial. ot
1 l.oDii.iiiKi ,tr mr t lit t'.i.noo.ouii
hiiiiicl ii) Paolo ."'a in to Imlhl Hit
ila n
Oiiih' ami friend anil neluli
More nave i'ot ih rlrt ilmo in tlu
history of tlm .United Sjttlua exumpll
lli'il a prlhciplo of rovi iiiin.'nt oo
"in mi Ion anil ovurnmoni llnnuolng
or n Kit at project out of round or
'i hale csulliil
It iii till H.tnta Wan i riiiri' iiieO-
i.uimi .1 till ii P. Ornu . prottldont
u h li li ulll take tlin' In II m ow n nain
n tin gient IIooh. v'lt ilani. with II
more r tut ti ,"00 ailltN or main ninl
siii.niihai t riinalh. when 'l poi cunt
or Hi Mi.oim.ono now .mln on the
woi Ur Ii.ih boon paid
Thr government was unity to go
ah ail with I he building of the ihun.
I' ((Miiul t lint most of the land in the
vallev wiih under irlvme onnorhli,
Mitltl Mr Ornie "The govorniuunt
ciiiilil nte go to fm.ni'ii- ami ntiilto an
individual deal wlili onch land own
ci 'I'liut wan win foriiiiMl the
a sncluilon. Wt Incorporated It with
l. 'on in-iiili rx Theie an- 2'wt mem
hois now. each tht owner of IHO
arreK of land No one can own
IMOle 1 1 it 1 1 IhH. lllld. t tile l.'Cilllllll-
i ion i
Itoughly speaking, at the time ol
tun Mini uutnuiimni with the wivein
in. in. we had signed up ahont 'Jut).
iitlo mi i en On HiIn land, which I
now receiving waiei. wo lovy an as-ei;ii.-ni
of II On per ant- per yuar
tor ninlnlenniio. . operation and Inv
movement Tli Ik amounts to $B.it;
,11'. eai on each far n
We will it'iMi) the $0.00(1,11011 which
he Hoveinmoiii Iiiim ailvaiicud. wit li
on t intorcKi, and In ton annual pay-in-nl
i. after Hie reclamation project
Is declined foruifillv open, d Phut
will he two vvai'H fiom now Kach
fai in of the '.'liO.iMiiiodil iiciit picilK
eil iiivh nt tht; i ale of f l.l per acre.
That iiiiiUph it Jl.r.o per acte pel
eiii Hut. I the llui" il' repn
ainiii li.'sliiH. we will have a much
.inner Income! fiom the electrle iow
or ihan we have now We now re
celvo fiom IhlH Kiiurce $i!0,ll0il pel
y.ar Ah th demand lor power in
('leaned we will xclt mole power
Willi the power fiom piopoiied new
plains we will have an oHtimntutl an
nual income or Jt'.MiO.miO
"Thin, we Hume, will let iim i-IIiiiI-mile
tip mului.'iuiiitv and exieiiHlnii
( liaise of (I tin per acie, and lei the
rainier repay (inly Iho actual font
of the ureal tcclamallnu piojeel li
ne. I "
Tlie Water I'hoi k' iiHsoplatlou Is it
Hon of minlnliiie model of the fed
oral novel iiiiieni 'I'he irrlKahle tit on
Ih divlileil into leu dlHttlciK ICnch
or lh.se illulrlctK clectH Ihiee mim
htir.s lo tlie council and one metnhei'
lo l he hoard of unvei iioih. which cor
reninilH to iho limine of rcpieHenta
liven ami ihe Rctinte 'I'lie preitltleiit
of Ihe aitHoclatlmi It- also chairiuiiit
ol Hie hoard (if yovi iiioi-h
Kach owner of one HiOnrre unit
hint an much voice In Die iiITiiIik or
Ihe iiHHoclntioii iu any othei owner
ami no one can own nunc than one
unit.
"We thlnli." Hnld Mr Oriue, "thai
we have it coiiililiiaiion.pl nol'. mo.
iiopiily-pniof nml lio.puiol "
inmm :vn,rs i'ini:xi miss.
nynler lla, .March ix.- N'oalt Sea
loan, Mipcriiitciiiluut of the Hauamore
Mill clatc, anil for Ja ycmn it Huni
lllelltl of tit H cmpoyir, 'i'lli'inliire
llo.mevclt, illctl lm,. IhmI night in li Ih
Utile eolliige on tlie (.Hlfite.
lie wan Mrlckeii with paralMK two
weekx ago. lie wiih ycarH ol age
FACTS ABOUT THE
ROOSEVELT DIM
Project Cost $9,000,000: Is
280 Feet in Height and Will
Hold Over Million Acre
Feet of Water.
I'lioenlv. Ailx. Match InI'oIiow
tux are Mini.' liili'M-MtlPa I at' l con
teiiiliiK .lif Itotmovelt .lam. whli h
win iletlicated ln-te i.eluy hv v
I'icitliloni ThutHloie Iti'iMi vol'
I. ociiKmI 7i iiiIIph nnrllUMRt of
l'liti"iil.. trlxonu
St tu t t'il In Ortolier, nia.'i Klnirihctl
I'ohiiuiry. mil. Com ut ptoject,
(11,000,(1(111
Will irtimite lMI.OOO acre hv KI'IIV
li, lu.iiiin moro by iiiuiplng.
Stolen rlootl watet-H of Totito creeh
and Salt rlvei
ltecelt'n tlialuiiRo froni wat.-txhed
or 1)210 aciew or nioontallit., tilateaiH
an. I riuiMiim
II. 'ixhl or tlitip L'stl reel Itinlt or
xtonc In form ot huge inch LeiiRth
on lop losu reit, lucluillim Hplllwayt.
I.eiiKth on hoitom .'tr. reel ThlcU
IH'HH al hottom 'Ji.S lent At lop ll!
t luclile parapt" wullti
HackK up Hood w tilers and ralnla.l
luio the ' Totito htiHiti," atea '.'It..
mpiaie iiillen. with a capacity or I.
US I. iinn acre let-i - enotiKh to cover
l.'.'SI.UOil aciiH one loot tleop.
ievi.loiK lino electric horn 'Kwer
riom iower canal, and .".mto liotHe.
Iiower final teHervolr.
I" imIh :'t'.l tnlle of main IiiIkiiHiik
ami 'Ti0 mih'H HiiliHldlary canals.
Depth or water in dam on .March 1,
iiou.noii acre reel, eipilvali'tit to nine.
ttalloiiN oi water, and HUM rlnliiK'. Has
xeveii tlmeH the capaclt) of the new
Ah1kiI;iIii dam New York et.y lias
hnlii lot li k water supply
HtiK iurieiiMi'ii ,and value In gieat
Salt river valley rro.ii $LT. p. t acre or
uuiiiiitaieil land to finn. and up to.
in niiiio ciim's. J7MI anil ll.iion r
acre
NEW
E
NEARLY READY
, It Will Be Open to Public on
March
27,
but
Detailed
Work
Done.
Will
Not
All Be
Al'InlJ'l III. 0. Mm. Ill harfce nf ihe
. lllllatt lll'tll.ll "I AllllKIIII'l-llUl' M IH
iii.xftiiiii.'iit iiutltllnK. mal.il tudio
that the InilliHiiK woiiltl positively he
leatly for .m iiiaii'- h tin piij-tufllce
tlepurttrifiit .March hiiiI that It
. ultl in- thrown opfii iy the .tihp
mi thut (III). (Julie a KOimI ileHl nf
work ii-nialtiM to he ilmic mi the nther
part or the tMillilliic mid it will
pnbHl.l he the Hrnt nf Mhj hi-fiife
It will he punHibtc t.. turn over the
t'Ullillllg 'UiiipU.1.
AHiiiiUFrctit)'M uovi-rnniini bulldiuK
In h .li'iwrtui e frotn the genet-Mi i ul
In thnt tt In anutue In shapt-, whervna
the itilf in ni'Viri Milium hut hit I ibk In to
inilltl tlt.'tn In rroianttuUr hii . The
Mtyli- r nirhltiK'turc In n inndtfted
HplllllMll HeiUtfaMHIH'V. the I Mil- of the
Kiivi-i'iinieiii hetne to mtopt In Ita
ull(llla, ho tar n iiiMMiMt' the It ell
et'tll le ol urchtlrt'ture lli'ulellt III
tile conimuillt)' Where the ImllllltlK IH
liHHteil.
The tllllll CO,Ht Of the tllllllllllR will
lie llhiiut J!t8ll,ll0, IliehiilliiK the lll
tcltt.i work and riiliilwlilimn. The
l.ullilllit; Itneir will have cmt
Oim when com plot f . 'I'he ll(tht ll
l it res will com JS.tlllll, tile hll .'Ipllp-
iiieot ll. one ihe elevator tft.uiiii ami
tin furniture equipment upwardH uf
$.iiuii In addition to thin ititc i
eoilNldertlhle Klllll will he hp. Ill III
heautltyliiK the uroiimU arnuiul the
hllllillllg.
Ilefore the mouth h- over the Alhu
miel(llc piihtorih-e will he III It new
hi. toe ami tlie liutiNteiM w III have Nome
tltiiiK tu whieh the .-an really "point
with prhlc '
TRUE TO ST. PATRICK
'no oi iieitiiHi Itcin-o in Sf.,.
Alhm (Ininue sheihel to
lie .sorted.
ol
(Awoclnti.il renn.)
New York. .March I S. Although
hilt pHtrl.itlc rei.lltigti in inly ...ml him
llln Jul), DeliulM n'Sh oln. ,,r the
chefn In the I'ollimhla uillvernlty com
iiioiih, rhitly reruied to profane St.
1'nti lei; tlay hy maliliii; an orange
Hlli'thet tin a iliniilt lot' the eVelllllff
meal.
lie (old riatcncc .loiliiH, the Mil
il.ni manager, that he would prevent
nther ohefn fioin doing no ;ih Ioiik a
IiIh liruith rcinaiiu'tl In hi h th Tim
ll mi linn wiih iiually nolvc.l h Hel v
ing raMpI.etry nIiciIicI.
REDUCE COMMON STOCK
Woolen Trii-t lllreelom Take Slgnlll.
iMiil Xi'tlon at Ttxlitj's
Mcellti';,
( .VchocIiUinI I're-oi.)
HoHton, ,Min8., .March IS At tltn
lieatl olllce of Ihe Amei can Woof
company here today it wiih iitinoiiiic
ed that the dlrectom of the compiiny
lllld Mited to ridilcu the coillllion
Ktock ol j:io,iiiiii,iiiiii to lao.oiKi.oiiii.
The action or the illreulorn will it.
Mllhlilltteil to the MOfklinldcrH at a
hpiwlnl miMiing in .hirecy Cliy on
April jSth. It In evp.ivted the plan
t wilt he itillil.-.l. The eiii'i.oratloU
controls 31 iiiIIIm III New Kliulailil and
Nev Yock male, and Ih commonly
'known us the "Woolen Triifl "
POSTOFFIC
CORRUPTION
RIOT IN DANVILLE
COUNTY
Grand Jury in Scorching Res
olutions Condemns Sheriff
and Politicians for Hamp
ering Investigations'
"ASTOUNDING STATE OF
CORRUPTION" THERE
Grand Jury Wants Law En
acted Making Second Pen
alty of Vote Selling Dis
franchisement for Life.
n.invlllc. Ill, .Mil iv h I, The grand
jiirx or Ycruititiiti I'liiintv, which Inn
Ijcpii lliven'.lgntln iillegud idprtioli
fiiiiuln. linn hfpii illmnlNHiiit hy .ludge
Kluihioiigh until April IT, after ciak
lug a n.orclilim n poit on the political
Munition here.
The reei'iw In taken on account of
the coming ele. ttoll lllltl Hie glllllil
Jury will iiwiini. Up Hitting the day
after election.
No politician or leading cltlzoiiH
Wele III. lift. il. the apcti.ied In lllg all
pieciiict caiitaitiH and worker. Wil
liam lliowu, a luiimher of the city
election i ouinilMiloil, wiih Indlctetl lor
I'-ceivillg llloliex ttoiu il calllll.lllte In
lulliiillie ll ih Mite.
The HIlltHl Jill'), lierore IlllJoUrilillg,
ililople.l r.n.'liitl.iiiH which will he n- nt
to the KoVelllor llllil UleUlhi'lH of the
Mint. tiMiemhly from thlH illmrict ah
iliK that a law he enacted making
the tiMt Ollell.se lor purchtiHltig votes
ilisfran- hlNeiin-nt fin five yearn and
tin Hi" end illiiflllllclllNelilellt for lire.
Ilther ri'MblUllntlM were adopted
omplainliiK "f the oiMtructlvc iimiich
I' leinllllK cltlxetm ami colldeilllllK
l o illlj .IiiiIkc I jiw I .-lice T. Allell fol
iippi.iutiiiK W. i' Hrown on the city
election coiiiiiiIhhIiiii.
Si ol'l'hlllg lll'oollllioll.
Till reHollltiolIK Wete lit flllltlWH
'Win retls. we, the til II I ll i-I'ft of the
granil Jin m Wtnl and mtvIih for
the .latiuuiN term, .101 1, of thu circuit
lonrt nl Vermillion coiiiuy. III., have
coni'ludetl our wnrk for the piVHont
HittiiiK ami have decided to ndjourii
until the further milcr or the court:
ami
"Whflcitn. we il 'Oi it proper olid
ileHirnhli- ti ncciUHlnt the ctttJitnm or
Witiillioii county with cettnln rnotti
l Mm t hate come to our knowllP!e, anil
with eciiuln illfllrulUoa thnt huve ob
Mru.'l.'il our lliv.wtlnntH.illi, we Mtlopt
HiIn III' aim to rejHitt :
'I. TIlHt II mOt HMtOUIIlllllg HlHte
ot pollti. ul corruption prevail in Ver
million .oinit). ami pH.'iMlly In Dttii
tlli towiiMhlp; that the elinulnii In
have iii-.n opnl h ml irtuiiienlly vio
lated an. I that vital muihk f money
lutM' been rrciueiitl uad lit corrupl
iitii th electorate-
ThHt owing to the nupprtnnton
of evlil. ii. e niul a welt phiiiueil con
atiirMi ' t. . oiieeHl crime hy the w hole
Hlle coinnitHtoU of perjury the cor
rupt I'l'llllllniM hllVe I. ltd .Tell It e-
tinmelv ilirtlcitll for the granil Jury to
nhtaiii pioot or violation of "I' lt'
Hon law
.shcriir ami tcintic Wtillopcil.
"3 That the bih oil Jiit-v hax i
unfortunate In Hot hating th. !
eratlon and loyal mippoit "I the shit
lit' nml bin amlfiiiiiia In the lncntlga
Hon of eleetion ht'thc. thi'M' orilelx
apiui'-ntl luting in nmpnlh with
tllte Kuapected of election oirctlM. h.
"I. That iolii)ctil corruption hat
freiiaeiitly found eiicoiirngeiiient In
the lulu or puhllr oflli'luls. a iiotahle
Inslillice of recent ocelli "o..ce IndllK
the tlppollllmellt or one W. f. llroWll
an an election couinitHaloii or the city
I Danville hy County Judge Utw
rence T. Allen.
'T.. That proof wan fariilahcil the
giiitnl Jury that an iinreuMinahl.t large
fund wiih contrlhuteil for election pur
poM'n in the tec. 'tu campaign, ami
that much or mich fund wiih c. 'Int
el for curt apt pttrpocH in tin mill
ing of Votel'M.
"it. That the man. I jury Iiiih hail
the coiietaut ami hearty support at all
tiiurw of Circuit Judge 1'. It. U. Kim
liiotlgh, without wIiohc old lis ImI.oih
would have heell Without remillN I l il
Jiulge Klmhrnugh has Htootl alone
among the public ofilcials of Ver
milion county In urging nml 'tiding
IIiIk hotly to InvcHtlgatc vlolatioim or
the election la w K.
I'nllliciim Ti led to Halt I'inlic.
"7. That ireiiii iit altciiiptH h.tv
I tii niaile hy men pioniln. nt In po
litical ami hiiHluesH clrcli'N In IVnnlll
lo Indue,, the graml Jury to ahaiuloii
the lllVi'Htlgatlotl of the election lil'ili
cry, the apparent ptiipimc heiiiit t.
Nhlehl men high III Ihe puhllc mcivP'.'
rroin eNpoHiire through Indictment ot
Ihelr erimiual HUppottcrn. Ami.
"WhereitH. thcHc racts are of vita'
1)11 put llllicc to the eltlxi-IIH ol' Vor-
mlllon ) hi ii i . ami coiulliloiia are auch
iih to tlemaml a vigorous and iiip etts
lug enforcement or the law ami an
unrelenting pi.xcciitioii of all who
Hhnll violate the annctlty ol' thu bal
lot; therefore he It
"Itexnlvcil that we appeal to all
good clilxciiH of Veriiilliou county to
line evaiy legal ami honorable means
in Mippioeft political corruption In all
or lie form ami lo hold tip to public
coin every inaii who enco much or
partli'lpaK'N in elootloii bribery, .mil.
(Continued on Page -'. Column I.)
AND VERMILLION
RONS OHIO NATIONAL
GUARD ORDERED
Instructed to Equip Each Rcg-i
iment to Full Strength U
Will Go Soutli within j
Thirty Days. I
ColtiinlniH, 'I. .MfttUJI IK Vlllo.itu i
. w lio.l lll,K7til With the nt I ! i "t
.iutiint iteiianil Woyhrwht din. i.nm
II kliow ledHe of Hlllll a p.iaKllillit v . il
' to. i. ilenlly aSHirnil that the tiln..
N.iioiiai ami id of ijlRtil realm. 'iit
wb. h h Hint (tilin itl hllte he. II
' ntiil up to flrtl war mrenaih nf
I " men iHiell, Mil be ami to tlie
Mill' tin honlnr wililtln ihi m-vt ;to
iIhvh.
Tin iiiljillitllt gOlliltlil has fei eiV'-il
mi hi de- rrom tlm wiir ilapat intent in
WllHhilltloll ti, t eCt1llt 'Hell realm, tit
to roll utr. nath. Thu order reiiieste(
him to kpiuI '-Ih1 t lull at on-1 to
the war deimrliiiiiiil In WiiHlilngtoii
tor all .'Mm iiilptiieiit needed lm the
elKlit ingiloetitH lo til He the Held with
I, dan men each.
Tltl iid.litioiinl equipment will out
moi t' then j I, imio, uon ninl will onxlM
of 2!io rield wagons, Ro ammuuitlatiH
traliiH, Mt pack middlcf. Mpnng wag
1111, 23 hiiiImiIiiiicc.x, l-;ttOs moles ami
l.ltlS Hliddle hoiiti.H. Moie than ti.llOa
men will hate to ho tifcrtilteil lo bring
the legliltt Ills to mil Htreuglh, it Ih
thought.
It Ih poHHlble that all automobile
ami aefiiplatie iIivIhIoii may he iitliled
to the Kino Vatlottal giiiird when II
goes Kotttli in a. coi'ilanei with a re-
.piest lor Hits servh nt t. WhmIi-
IIIKt"ll ..I'lii' villi the .thoM Icinlfd-
RICH MINE CASE
Col. E. W- Dobson Returns
from Alamorgordo After
Conducting Suit for W. E,
Childers' Estate.
Col. K. W. Dousott returned today
Horn MaiiiuHoiilo, trTleri he t-epre-si
nted th. entitle or the late W II.
Chlltlers in the content iim to the own
ershlp or the Com promise mine, a
property valued at 150,0(1(1. tdtuatml
near White nalm in Lincoln county.
The Coinpi oinise mine has ben In
lltiaalton tor u numiiar of years and
tin title Whs ailjudl. utd ill the lute
W H. Chlldciv by a declatoti of the
supreme court nt the Cnltetl States.
Th. preat-ul suit is in atipport or an
adverse aaalnat a patent iippllod fot
by the Minusaler mll.e owtieta. which
. oarilcled the I'olliprollllRe. The lllllli)
I (onatdered vry rWh anil durlna
Hie llllaatioti the owiidm have honit
nffored 45ii,ioo Air the iiruiMpiiy. ow
ing to the title no sale oiu!tl be UHlde.
The en kum tiled tjfoii Judge
WrlBht nml he expects to render n
tlecislon within the ne.t week or tu
days
110 PRICE ASKED
FOR I STAMP
N York. Mai' i. IS --stamp col
). tors ami ilealeiH i rum nuiny parts
it America aie in town to bid for
many rare variolic to ho .llapiif.Hl ot
at the ante today, and hinting :i daya,
when otle Of the Unci Htamp collec
tious of t irea i llrltuiii mid her col
onies ever hroiiKht together, thnt )
Jnlin II. Stanton, will lm tllupcrsed.
The Htamp that in .xeltlng moat at
tention Is a $ roi Caiiailluu rarity, a
lightly chuchIIiiI copv of the rarest
of Caumia pontage xtatnpH, the tu
eeiii blaok. nf ihe iHiic of ir, i An
other feature ol this mile Is the one
Hhllllllg wallet teiinilllntl of New
foundland, laatie of ISP", which Is
valued at $;n lit Ittdli Coliimhla
ami Vancouver ar- reproaented in
the collcetloil bt ,i copy or tile nn
ci III rime of Ihii'. valued at 1 10.
itld Nov. i ,-ie..ti.i two caticelleil
. op i n ol the op, -h 'Itlj; le.lilish vlo
l I. iimii. .,r i v , v. idled al about
i I t .1. It
i SHOOTS HUSBAND
FOR A BURGLAR
( sso, lat.'.l I'roxH.)
ClilciiHi', M..r. Ii IS. John
Scheiik. sopei liit.'iidrim or the
I'arkrldge lira in h of the North
wi stern (Ian, l.iaht ninl Coke
euuipuny. mi' found (hot to
dentil early toil,i in )a liotiti
at Park Iti'lac md tio police
muted thai set. nil liinii Int. r,
llftet .Mrs. rl' Iii ait IWovere.l
It'oio the sine k sill" tlilmltted
she shot he. liii.i' iilti, uilatakiiia
hlin lor a hiiril..t
Mrs Scln nk lis hym erli at
when tin poll" arrived. She
k.iIiI she w.i- " shUiiod wln-n
sll. heitfil -"Oi tuovlug In
tile house. "! "Ill lint llllllel-
stand Ii . "li 'laallflrgi il the
leiolv I
IS CONCLUDED
JAP MENACE LOOMS LARGE; UNCLE
SAM PREPARES FOR EVENTUALITIES
rrnrnij n nflTTI rn
I L U L II W Ld BU I I LLU
BY INSURREGTO
FORCES
Col. Dorantes Cut Off While
Making Tour of Inspection;
He and 80 Soldiers Arc
Surrounded.
SEVEN FEDERALS ARE
KILLED THIS MORNING
Diaz Decides to Release Henry
Whittle, American, Held at
C. P. Diaz Charged With
Insurrection.
tASKOClHteil I'feSH. I
I'leslillo. TeXlts. .March IS. A lllllli
Iter of . Hsnnlllcs ore reported III tile
resumption or the liisurrecto op.iitt
tlons ui the city nf ojInaHii, wlien
the fed. nil comnmnd is aunpuHml tn
he bottled mi.
Willie fololtfl iMlIHItteS. (H'itlld III
eoiuiiianil of the HHt'tiaon. whk on u
tour or nispepttoii, he whs cut off by
a rush ol insurrnctoa anil now ho a lid
mi solili. ts are BlirroMilded In n group
of house- mote than a mllu from the
garrison
l.lk ise the InmirreotcM are Mid
to havi itirrountleil the jii liatiii The
righting Is at eh me miiKe, but the fu
talilles have been limited.
Set. ll reilc in Is were killed Btlil OIe
llisin recto was ratnlly wounded. OJI
niiMU has been cut oft rrom supplies
ami wat.-r i the iimurrvciita.
American to lie I Treed,
WtislilitBlon. March 1. 'I'll looc
lean fetleitil Judge at Clurtltd lmilrlo
I Jinn, .Mexico, has i!cbled to relancic
Henry Whittle, the American held on
charge In . oniieciloii with the i evolu
tion. Hc.orillna to AmerlcHii fousul
ICilsw oriti.
The plight of the American Hmelt
I UK Heriiritiei' eiiniNlH.t t Melilco as
a reault or lie revolution la orflclnlly
reported to the stale depurtmeiit by
Consul Kieeiiian at DoraiiRfi. who
slated thai mil. ss reHef ia mum fur
nlaheil all the plunta of the company
would i lose down Thte would throw
N.ono people ..nt ot f mijloj.'ni. iit and
place Tiii. mill iii tlire need hy attipptna
ihe iwyioii oi $N;,.ntMi H ttiunth at
Vehinlena anil Asar.-o, Mexico.
Two ltol lis s.plo.
.MeKball. .Mexico. .March l. -I'fle
llloa, a Jlexlcull saloonkeoper. fUJfl
another uiilil. ntltleil tniin. weir aWt
as Hil. s In lite "bullpen ' here hint
night.
The Olell .lel'e tilled Up UgUtM. Mil
ililohc wall and Hit en u toilet 'I'belr
ho.lii'h lolled into boles in the Rround.
lla" I'iilace Moneil.
San Antonio, Texas, .March The
ity has brought utitlienti. report nl
the di in hum 1 1 a t ion asainat the person
OT I'lesld. lit IlillK about two WOtfttt.
ago. which took the form or KtntllitK
the window's or the president's irttnce
tu the City ol' Mevlc. hy a molt or
liiHorrecto HyiiipHthlucrs.
A I nl t f I Statin onielnl wltnoie,l
llle Incident. The ceiutorslllp is so
rlirld that no pews or the affair has
heretofore reHl'lliHl Ihe border Th.
dellllillstllllioll WIIH so SUddetl that th"
police wete nimble (,, dispose ol to-
mob mull much window kIhhm .wt
brokeii Th. riot occurred nbont h o'eloi k
III Ihe eVetltllK, when the Hlt'eeln about
the ofll'iul resilience were filled ttllb
peniile. Wltltotil any prelude of ex
citement there was ii movement or
men mid t oaths from the Mhle atreeis
In tin- tielniit ..r the palace hk ir hy
signal.
Hhouliiii Viva .MhiIiI.. the rioters
threw vidlets ol stone through the
windows. The Ruests of tin- pitidlileut
wete It ialileneil, hut the it'esilent re
mained cool nml went om ot his altliia
to tin police to iniUlre wbt they did
m.t stop Hi,, trouble. It is Mil. I that
nlilt a few whole window were left III
..lie sill, of the residence.
mini i r or arrests wer made As
far iim ! known this was the first
detnonxir.il i"ii a an I nut Dime ttmt has
iK-eii mail, in tin rcderal illeiilPt sin..
the heulnnliiM oi tin t evolution.
I.lmanlnai' on lloidci'.
San Antonio Texas, Mured IS.
M.. i. mi Minister f Finance l.linuii
lour pass, d iii: 'tigh h.ie . arly today
In his privtit. car. hound f.t l.atedo.
Kvld.ntlt tie InleiiilH t., K-i, i.. Mexico
city bt railroad
STItlliUliS Itpyi'Mi: Wdltlt.
New V..rk. Ilarch l - A break in
lb.- vine driver' strike came
il.. when lh(, .mplotes uf Ihe I'lllle'l
HtatiM Kaprens company al u stormy
tiie.iillg ill Jnney I'lli tnteil to re
tain lo wnrk.
.i believed tin Well-rnrai' men
will . t .Hiuue ttork dm Inn lh ilat
OJINC
INSURRECTOS STEAL
CANNON FROM THE
EL PASO CITY PARK
I Vs. l.t .1 I'l . .
I ' I'him. T XI. 1 1 . ll is
' i ii. is t i. ii i ir -..to. I... I .
- . tin- ..I. i in . , ami"1'
"to the K I'ih" .ttt li.il
I- ii n I; is ii . "M.-. I thfl tie
..tnioli me . ii i a fly tins
oi. tiling biins t.kell in till- .if
ti" Icll of th. .Mell.'MH hot. 1.1.
nil It Is Ii. IP w.l lo be tin
i.iitpo,. of I ho atnle li to
iii ii ii "ter i" th. intirrccto
Tb. .allll".' .,,. imH I te,ll
.mo I'll i' - r.imoiis ,M
;iii .ol. hi' 'i. i I heen spilled
n o I'.i ,n , ,. hellet ed I '
JAPS AND CHINKS
FORMING A LEAGUE
Russian Admiral Predicts
They Will Work Together
Against His Nation in the
Very Near Future.
,-ti r. t. rsiuirg, Man h is. Itus
alau li.". i tiiliiil I iik cavalry ami ar
tillery iiut, received order to he
teailt .it a titoiiionl's notice to croa
the Chilli se froiltl'll III the direction
of Kttiju, I'last.iiii TurkeHtnii.
Admirul Hhrydlnff. who In the last
few tears llllH oecllplftl high offli-uli
III the mivy mid wimne opinion tn
liiltnl nmtlent lias grettt weight, to a
clt.le or fiiniidH nillUe tliH'laratiollH
tvhi. h have onimed a great seusAtlon.
lie Is very strongly of the opinion that
the Itla.k Men fleet should be r-ln-
foived III expiCtnlloll uf grave eViilt
which he believe an- Imminent.
"Aiiatrlfl-lliiugiirv and Turkey."
a.ts Admiral Hkrvdlofr. "nt-e iiiakiiiR
great aact'ltlces in order to reorgiiule
ttclr natal forces.
"Tlie Jupanese ur- secretly prepin Iiir
to partlcliHtte with Hie Chlneav In thu
at"rntitiuv wr iMtint ItliHshi.- Tho1
Autttrluna are liifSueiicliia; ihe Turtt In
the sunt'- iiiamnr anil with the anme
object. That is the reason why it In
InillsyenxHbtc that the llusaltin got
.'liimein should Inimediately iiiiiI.ji-
take the letnforcenii.nl of the fleet in
the Mlack sea
I'rue- linin. illale iilon,
" While the Turk are Innser
ous nt the present day on tin sea, they
will be at some future date and ihun
ll will be too late to tnk the neces
sary action.
t'lifortuiMHwly the minister of ma
rine forgets iitf motto or Admiral
Mnkat'ofr, llenioiubei war.' iiu the
other ha ml. it I a matter of public
liotnliett that Willi the ilelh nf
(Itand Duke AteXls our fleet .eased
to he mi independent unity and al
present has no lullfctttve.
"I h. iiet .- atn fulfilling a patriotic
duty In piedictlnft dlftisters In the
IMuck sen if w. lontlnue tn n t with
"Ur preaeiu iioiniialniici . ( Hit sources
r weak i less an- known. I do nut hett
Iluie m pi-edict that Turkey aim al
Hiking back i toin us the pt-nvlucaH we
won from her, as well tw thr cu
cuaita. ll was liidlsticnsnble for our
ecui1ljy to iiioceed Imim dliKeb with
the cniwtnittloii uf six batilealilps for
the Illicit aw wlihiu a mu.xlmum per
I. Ml ur two yottca. if the Turk tier
eelte that tvo uiv pot ntHiiillug with
our arm fold. Hi tliolr ardor will cool
ut mice and AiiNtrhi-lliiuRnr.t will loso
II. 1 tlliis!. n "
Mr.dson is Popular Choice of
Progressives But May Not
Run,
Topuku. Kun . .March Is A aiultl
Midi of candidal. -H lor gnvruur on
the Itepulilli tin licket hate Ihhiii
uggeiiid ilurlntr iho earlv pan Ot
Ihe llslaiun'. and ai the recant
tuootliig of the Kiiiimhh Day club Hut
right now. with tin IcUlHliutiro goim.
Hid Hoaslp Himmorod down lonvos C
lullowlng men in the culultim light
Ud Mmtiaun. MiugriNMmnn l.tghtu
dlaiHut.
OIiiiiIb Soott. ex-rtingreMinttn Hoc
nml illBtrloi.
S. ,M. Iirowsiar. atnto Mtmtor. Don!
phan.
J .V. Doiloy, luio bnnli conimls
sliiiier.
Arthur Cniipt't. nwncr Topeka Ditilt
Capital
John Dawson, attorney general
William Allen Wtoite. and othei
Kiuatc (leulm or dial niagtiiiuil.
look with much favor on MiiiIImoii I
U itlBu known tant oiim oi i !
l(iliuai)oat atuud'umtora In the ataie
fa voi' Uic liiflitli illairlot roitgi'
iiign, Hut .MuilUuu' trliiil ay ho
won't Hin. .MitilUon raturuiMl fioin
Waahlnutoii lint wank, but lie ilhln t
slop ai Tnpobu. tie la nl home. iirn-
iib't iiiedliailiiK ..o epreiili)ii fro.n I
him Ua 1 1 ' licoii heard. I
MANY CANDIDATES
IN KANSAS
TROOPS IRE BEINC
RUSHED TO HAWAII
ISLANDS AND THE
PHILIPPINES
Second United States Infantry
Hurrying Through Arizona
Today Bound for the
Hawaiian Islands.
12,000 MEN THERE
AND IN PHILIPPINES
Washington Dispatch Declares
It is Nothing New, But Re
sult of Orders Issued Long
Ago. '
( Associated Press.)
Tiicaon. Ail.., .Maroli lS,--JTavlng
taken a roundabout couihc through
Snn. Auionlo, Texas, mm ir headed ror
army inaneiiverH the Secant! United
State Infantry, under ooinmaiitl of
Col. .Maiisilelil. piiNscil through Tiic
aon tod n en route to Snn 1'ninolsem,
where the muii will embark Immedi
ately for Honolulu.
It I iimlcraiooil that this will h
an additional force ror the Hawaiian
Islands ami are nut to relievo the.
troop now there. .Man are dlscii-H-lug
tin rumor that within tlie next
three moutliH a rote,, of 12,000 m
Including infantry, cavalry, held ami
inountHin artillery, will imaupy the
llnwnllan ami Philippine Island.
Olliclal Version or It.
Washington. .March IS'. The See
mil infantry Im lieltlg sunt to llonulu
lu in accordance with a general order
leue, hy (leiieial Wood last N'ovem
het Two battnlloiis are now eiirout.t
Third hnllnllnn. now at Ft; fiislnir,
Wyn., will rtill lor Honolulu ubuul
June 5th. TJuwi two battaliotiH arid
four or artillery will sail for the Is
laud July '.th. Ml those, It Is point
ed out nt the war dopartmeiit. uie
morel) the carrying out of a plan
workad mil several months ago for
lticralnK an liiiid. .unit. gui-iinon at
Honolulu.
Slgtillii'iint iirtlci.
ICI Push, .Maivli i s. All approaehos
to th,. orldge leading from the
Aiiierletin side of the itlo Unuulo tn
Juarefi, .Mexico, were today guarded
hv three times their usiwl force of
Pulled Stale,, troy pc.
Heretofore only a small dotal! dim
HU'irilcd Hie bridge, hut today the
entire company of Infantry In patrol
Inn the hank bet ween the two bridges.
An Aineil.an who ri'ttirnutl from
the Ittitiiirecto toriitory nodiiy snld
that Captain ("Wear Crelghtou. lliu
American liisurrecto lender, who with
a iii1I force has bom iliiHtroylug
the bridge along the .Mexteim .Na
tional railroad. Is still emuimped lit
the hills n few miles Hottth of .Inure..
Creighton' lwml, which Is composed
for the large part by Ami'rlcaiis, Is
urrrlng eveie liardHhlps. The men
have of tun gone ror novum,! day
without food .tttil often the only
chance to get ant tvat to kill a (doer
tu gave them rrom actual starvation.
Iiisti'itcilug Aviators:.
San I'ranclKcn. Mnroli 1 S. niigiiiii"
Kit- ur the Cintla team or avIatotH
r Ived a telegram yesterday from
his ,'hier asking him to go to .San An
iniiin to Instruct the army hIkiiiiI corps
ill Hie use or the two CurtlKN Idplllllel'
recently imrcbaseil by the govern
ment. ICI expi.ts lo be III Sail Antonio by
rll i:..
WILL ALLOW REVISION
(Associated Prenti )
Augusta, c.a. Match is The prea
idem piuyid his last goir game or tils
srln vitciil oti tills morning. To
morrow be will -tart hack to Wash
ington The president's message to
the special session of citngrawt will
be brief lllld ii is not known whether
hi will directly rccommoiMl thnt noth
ing be considered nut the Culllilltuil
rei'ipioett.t .tgreement.
I'roni ih. 'ormal sttueineiitu of the
l' lie t it li.nl. is. howrvtir, llu
pr -ul. in hi- .i reason lo believe
ilia! i t.t -i if t.. of three of Hie
- b. .lut. - if ih.. P'Hiie-Mdftcd act
v ill ii. i i . I it .li. it
DAVID H. MOFFAT
DIES IN NEW YORK
N. tv Noil. March P -David II
Morrai or ibtitii. railrniiii niagnitio
Mini hank' i died Hudilunly today lit
Ills Hpaiimoiils at Hotel llnluiont! lie
had Just rucuvtiii'd ituni an itlficl; or
Kiippo and pneuiuonlit ami wuh uIhiH
tils room t.-sierdny In upiuioutlv
good health

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