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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
TH1MINI5 CITISRK.Y.
VOU SKJ. NO. M.
ALBUQUERQUE, NSW MEXICO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 22, 1911.
TEN PAGES TODAY,
KVKXfXO HKRAUMi
VOI. I. Ml. t(
STANDPATTERS WiLUAN
TALIAN CRUISER
JACK JOHNSON IS
HOME WITH NEW
AUTOMOBILE AND
PRISON REFORMS IN
BRITISH DECLAREIRUSSIA WINS OUT
FRAME NEW WOOL
SCHEDULE WITH
TAFT'S HELP
EIZES ENGLISH
ARMY WILDE ON
OF
RON WORKERS
PANAMA CANAL IS
NOT GOING TO
N PERSIA WHEN
ULTIMATUM IS
ACCEPTED
VESSELANDGETS
$150,000
Of THOSE
EXAMINE
A VALET
IFENI
BK
s
PAPERS
0
ARE
LAND
HURT T HEM
President, It Is Said, Will Co
Operate With Party Mem
bers in House in Making a
Blanket Measure.
IT WILL ATTEMPT
TO COVER ALL SIDES
Democrats, However, Will Co
operate With Mr. Under
wood and Will Make Their
Own Measures.
(Mr KtIhb Herald A. P. 1.t Wtrat
Washington, Duo. 22. -Republican
member of the wny nnd means com
niltco summoned by Representative
Payne, of Now York, former chairman
of the committer, begun the prepar
ntlon of ft revised wool tnrlff ached
ulo based on the report of the tnrlff
hoard umi tho message of President
To ft.
President Tuft having pronounced
the report of tho board nx the must
scientific mude on the subject, the
administration mid Republican lend
ers In th bourn have determined to
draft a hill founded entirely on the
tints Wllh (Ida bill they will go be.
for the country.
Republican members of the com
mlttco who began work nn tho bill
were Payne of New Vork, Dalxcll of
I'cnslvolila, McCall of Manncltusvtt,
Hill of Ctincctlcut, Needhnm of Cnll
fornlu. Fotdnvy of Michigan and
Longworth of Ohio.
The president. It In Mid. will ro
operate with the Republican mem
ber In their work of drafting the
bill, which It Is sold will give all
brnnchc in thn domritlc wuul Indus
try the protection nocessory to place
tliem on nn equality wun lorcign
brunches.
Haw wool of this American fnriner
will bn protectod enough to keop out
chran wuol trnm Aurtrolla, Argen-
llnu and other countries, nnd tho
manufacturer will be protected In
the snmo wny, tho protection rcpro
seiHIm tho difference between tho
font of robing and marketing lure
mid abroad.
It I tho purpose of the Republicans
to present their bill to the full way
imd mean committee, and urgo tho
Democrat to accept thin.
Thl culmination probably will not
result ax the Democrat under tho
hudernhlp of Representative under
wood Intend to write their own bill
immediately ufter tho holidays. They
will rumparo tho stutlstlc of the tar
iff board with figure of their col-
leellnti ttllil liroliublv Will Kt)t It
throUah tho house. Some difficulty
may be encountered in tho senate.
however.
Hhould tho Democratic bill pnjw
l.r.ili houses the administration load
cm will Imvo their own bill on which
tt make campaign before tho poo-
pie.
ivuiRRivTQ QfnP
immiuumuu uiui
qq
6
One of Gmtest Slumps in His
tory of Hation Is Apparent
at Ellis Island Where Tew
Foreigners Are Landing.
Mr Mvratur lltrald A. F. I.ie4 Wlri
Now Vork, Deo. 22. Ono of tho
greatest slumps in Immigration ever
tooorded nt tho port of Now Vork Is
bolus written Into tho records at Kills
Inland during tho closing daya of tho
year Already tho records show that
nearly 3O0.QOQ fewer Immlcrtmla have
landed thera Up to the proscnt tlmo
than for too corresponding; period in
tola ami indications nro. Commlton
Or Williams state, that there will bo
n reduction of .10 per cent or tnoro
from 1010 Ilffuri'8 for tho year. Tho
Increasing tide of humanity la tower
,Wb.!4 ...... MmA ..I....
(in y iigwtiai tmf nu mittc iiruoi
ATTORNEYS CONTINUE
to inwnm statements
AH TU of KvmWwv In Trial
of 'jHt'Hi rtkrx far VkibtimH of
Mmw JJtWt mill iH-ht)rtl.
far HmM A. V, Wtea)
ChMUiK. Dc. 81 When tho trial
of I he indicted went packers wa re
Kumrd hero today tk defendant'
counel .ctintliw.Hl the presuntntlOH of
their AKownit Mitfeiiienhi to tho Jury.
The pAi'kirs wet IniHctcd for nlU'Kwd
Violation! if tho' crimlNHl cnuo of
tho HhxrtnRii qntl-trvMt law,
AttorHcy M. W. fonlrs, rciprewnt
In the mtrtNMM of Morrla ft Cow
puny, tfleflV (MaCHMcti tho caoo of HW
cllenU.
lMKKMttMKDCf UMTKADA Iti DKA1).
(Mr krult A. r. inhm4 WM
(1uaytMtl. Heuador. fh)'. 52.
Kwlllo hMraucn, preoldont of lh re-
publlo or mmmr, dh)l Hero mm
CM
0
ly nt niMMlirht.
The Money Was En Route to
Pay the Turkish Soldiers
and Was Cenflsoated by
the Enemy on High Seas.
ITALIAN FLOTILLA
BLOCKADES PORTS
(Hr KvrftlKK HrrnU A. P. tas4 Wlral
Alnxnntirin. Kftypt, vec. as. rno
Itnllnn cmiscr Tunlla today Rolxed tho
llrHlah atcntuer Menxalch of tho Kim
(Uveal Mall Stcamiblp company, with
?150,noo In Kiild coin on board, du-
Btlncd for tho payment of tho Turkish
troop at tho port of llcdleda In tho
Turkish proylnco of Yemen on tho lied
fiea. Tho Monzatcu left fiuex on Mon-
lay for Aden a ml wns to call nt llo-
deida, Shu la n vensel of 10S0 Ioiih.
A flotilla of Italian crulsora la keep-
Ins a ahnrp lookout for voitsoia touch
Iiik at Turkish porta on tlio Arabian
coaat of tho Hed Hon,
CRIMINAL
S DISMISSED IN
THE LANGEI
Allegation That Professor in
French University Was
Jlarborinc a Woman, is
Withdrawn By Wife.
SHE IS SATISFIED
TO RETAIN CHILDREN
(Mr Kreslu Herald A. P. t.srd Vtre
rarlH, Dec. S2 Tlio criminal
cliargo broimht nsnlimt Professor
UiriRcvlii hy Mn wife, In which no was
nccuacd of liarboilnit a woman not Ida
wife, In his conjugal domicile, wna
withdrawn today in tho correctional
court of tho Heine on tho motion of
Maltro Coiulry, the lawyer for Mmo.
ijttiKovln.
Mhltro Coudry explained that Mine.
iJinRovIn was romplntoly antislted
with tho decision of tho dlvorco court
urnntlnir her n wcimrntlon from her
husband and tho custody of her four
children.
The name of Mmo. Curio, which it
wna alleged, wua included In tho
charge, waa not brought up In tho
pioeeedlnRM.
REV. SHELDON WILL
IUUK IHt WUHUI
Topekn, Kansas Minister Who
Wrote "In His Steps" Re
signs Pastorate and Will
Visit Foreign Missions.
tHr l-TcnloK Herald A. t. tkd VVIra)
Topwku. Kns.. Dee. Si. lie.. Churlti
M. Hhildon, author uf "in Ills striw
and many other books, today resigned
tho iiiuti.rshln of thti Central Coniire-
Itutloitai church of Topokn which ho
ban liri l for twenty-three years, lie
will du d,- himself tit ii tour of the
world. vmutK mission and Y 11- C
A. Institutions.
MURDER TRIAL OF
WOMAN NEAR END
It I r.tnt tttl TtMt br Imfu Thin Af.
ItiliiKiu. Totlmoiiy Ih llmrliix of
Mr, (iiirrniiione wm no i inniivt!,
III, K-r.ulncr Hrrald A. 1. l,Hd Win)
flrldeii. (tlo., I)co. 32.--Tlio 6roa
examination of Mrs. AiiKollmt (larru
matte, charged with murdering Mr.
Maria I.aUUnrdla, was resumed this
mnrnliiK. The dufcudant was tiucs
Honed regarding tho content of let
ter said to havo been written by Im
(luardla to his- wife, In which ho cnld
he was afraid to return tu Denver.
It wou expected thut tho taking of
testimony would ha completed this
afternoon,
1LA0K SHEEP GIVEN
PRISON TERM
tHr MmIm HHtM A. P. Itj W-
Hah rraucln'o, Dec S.--J.rw
Merlon, ald to be tho son of wealthy
mtreHla In lleldidbera', Uermany, a nu
an officer of tho Ofrnmn army, wa
jwHteHced to threti yeara in mn
tiM SimWv for nttrmiillfw to pnt a
forited check n It loral tourMH
CHARGE
DIVORCE
aeficy,
"I'm Afraid of No One but
I'll Never Fight Unless I
Oct My Price" Declares
Dusky Champion.
"BROKE? I GUESS NOT!"
DECLARES MIT ARTIST
(r Kvealns Iteral.l A. P. I.easrd Wire)
Nuw York, Dec 22. Jack Johnson
net foot on American noil again today.
A crowd of tho chnmplon'a friends
were at tho dock and received him
wllh npptnuio.
Tho big prlto fight or'a first words
phruHetl nn energetic denial of reports
that ho hnd retired from tho ring. Ho
pi occeded to stnta that ho was wllllim
mid eager to defend his chumplonshlp
title.
"All I want la my price. If any
club will limn? up n porno of ?30.tni!)
I'll fight unv man llvtuc I'm atrnlil
of no ono but I'll never tight again
unleHB I ot my price."
When told that ruporta from tho
other aldo of the Atlantic nld ho was
not In condition and wolhed more
than nou pound, Johnson flung hack
IHh coat, ntuck out hlx cheat nnd ex
(lalmeil: "I've lived a unlet llfo whlln nbrood.
All that talk about my niiiipuKus In
Krnnce and ICnglund la rot. I'm in
lino condition and wchth no more thnn
2.1."i txmmlK
Ho then proceeded to n cn!o and
etopped on to It. Tho beam rcRlslored
233 pounds
When told that reports Hnlil ho h.ftl
squnnderc'l nil hi money In Kuropo
nod was broke, Johnvou broadened his
amlln and said!
"Iltoke? Oh. 1 ucsa not, t hnve
moro money than -whott I left hero. 1
mnilo n lot of money abroad and
could have mado moro. 1 loft ninny
contract unfilled over there;"
He brought with him n now rnciiiK
atitomobtlo nnd n now KnRllsh vnlct
THE CHINESE PEACE
CONFERENCE IS
DE
Premier Declares He Will Not
Have a Republio and Rebels
Deolare They Will Concede
Nothing.
(Br Rrralas Herald A. !. IUaad Wira)
Hlianishnl, Dec. 22,TnnR Hiino yi,
Mio la reprcsentinic Premier Yuan
Shi Kal, and tho Imperial government
at tho peaco conference between tho
Imperial und revolutionary delegate
now belnK held here, authorize tho
Associated Presa to say that bo ami
!ioea that Premier Yuan Shi Kilt
will agree with ma viowa nnu accopt
thu republio na tho only moans of se
curing Deuce
Tnmr shuo Yl aaui that premier
Yuan Shi Kal uu to 0 o'clock thbi
ovenlnK had not communicated to him
Ilia decision to repudiate tho kukkob-
tloit of a republio. Tana; .Hliao VI
doe not bollevo that Yuan Slit Knl
will decide OKatnat tho auXRcatcd ro
tiublio alter ho haa thorouulily dieest-
cd Tatie Hhao vi a report, kiviiib ma
poltlo viowa of the sltuutlun.
FOREIGN MINISTER
HAS RCSIQNED, TOO
finii Frnnclico, IK'c. 22. New Hint
l.lamt Tune Yon hna rvHlirned aa for-
olirn mltslatcr In tho cablnot estnlH
Illied by Promlor Yuan Hhl Kal, was
received hy cable from Hlinncbnl to
day hy tho Chtmi? Sal Ynt Po. It a
OHBi'.incd hero that Uhiib waa moved
hy hla lloimbllcan symimthioa. lie
la a native or Canton, waa oducted at
Yalo and haa been acttvo In adminis
tration reform In China.
COLORADO CITY GOEU
TO COURT FOR DRINK
Tlio '"AVJs" Unte J'llcO nn ApvRl from
IIh DIMrlct omrt Wlilrti iHtlderi In
lttK- or "Dr)"."
(Hr MieotM lltrald A. V. tA Wlr)
DoRvor, Doc. 22 SeoklHK to ovor
lurtt tho Injunction Issued by thu dis
trict court of K Pao county to ro
utraln tho mayor and city council of
Colorado City from ImuiIh llipinr II
cokh. Rupimrtara of the "wot" to
day filed nn nwwl In tho state su-
prewo court, 'the. mutation l uo
outomo ot lt sprlHx' municipal
election. Oh tho face nf tho return
tho 4'wta" w&h by ono voto, Tho
tlklrkH co.rr held that tho "tlrys"
war vletortotw by three vole nnd !
ltd lalHactleti, sluca which Colo
rado CHy haa been dry.
MANY ARC INJURES.
(X HswIn HvraM A. P. Iaad Wlrr)
TwtMkawi, Txa, Dec, 82, Thirty
t tmly eraona wero hurl, aomj fat
Hy, Ir r wrook om tho Toxaa and Pa
cMo rallrcMhi at Klhlaro, wmth of hora,
jtwt awfore dayllsht today. Pwm-
- .u Lu m anil 1 fi I wwrn I tl
ADLO
ED
'iMMUl'M collision.
Criminal Element Will Be
Sent to Akatras Island,
San Frandwo and Delin
quents to LMvenworth.
ANOTHER CRIMINAL
JAIL IN NEW YORK
1. siftis)
(Mr KTratRK HtraMTA. V. Lraard Wire)
WashliiKtou, Doc 22 A sweeping
chanitn In military prlwin methods
wns IliMllutrd tod-MJ' ly order Of the
wnr deiiartmtint. -Wl t tho short
term nrljntieri ntii .Wcnlrni Island.
Han l-'ninelaeo horlit'r. havo been or
dered transferred 1" l'ort Leaven
worth, Kan.
All of the 1on, term prlnoncra In
th latter prison nro. to 'bo transferred
to Alcntrax, which .will thus be made
me place or confinement ror too
criminal element, whlln Iavenworth
will bo the placn ot detention of ml
dlcra guilty of purely military of
fenses. To suvo transportation ex.
pennes n necond criminal Jail Is cre
ated ot Fort JayV'Oovcriior'" Island,
New Vork.
The effects of these chniiRes Is to
carry out the recently developed Urlt-
lh system of trending descrler and
other soldier BUlJy "f breochts of
discipline as subject to reformatory
Inlluencu and of seareuatlnn them
from the absolutely criminal nnd vl
clvitis elnsH.
LOS ANGELES LAND
PROMOTER GIVEN
5TIFFJERM
He is Sent Up For Eighteen
Months for attempting to
Escape From United States
Marshal.
tHr Uve altar Herald A. P. Lrasrd Win)
lan Francisco, Dc, 22 Dr. John
(Irunt Lyman,' toe Los AukcIcm land
promoter, today uas sentenced by
United .Stntts District Judge Vnn
Fleet to elHhtveu months In the fed
eral prison on McNeill's Island, Wash
iRRton, on the charge of conspiracy to
escape from a United Htutes mnrsliul
V. M. Courtwrlght. u watchman and
co-defendant, wus given six nionlli
In jail.
Dr. Lyman was arrested last spring
on a charge of having tried to sell
real cstatu which Ii- did not own. He
was rrputcd to be wealthy and travel
ed In th best society on the Puclllo
coast. He dressed well and spent hi
tlmo chiefly hetwevn I Angvles, Pas.
uuena nnd Kan Fnuiclsco. lie Is said
to have claimed title to Unda-ln Kouth
America and Mexico but investigation
failed to cMabllsh his right to any
bind. He sold land chiefly to well to
do people.
Following his nrrest, tie made a son
national dash for liberty in nn auto
mobile. CourtwrlKht had been left to
guard Dr. Lyman who waa being held
In a room nt his own request Instend
of In Jail. It was alleged that ho
orlbed tho wutchinan to penult him
to get away.
AUSTRALIAN COAL
GDMD1 FINED
Fuel Barons in Far Away
Lands Are Assei4 $2,500
by Court and Permanent In
junction Is Graxtftd.
Br Krealaar Htralrt A. P. ImM Wlt
8ydne. Australia. Deo. SI. Tho
prosecution ugninst the coal com
bine, im which wrils were served on
August 'H, 1910, for breaches of tho
Australian nntl-trust law, resulted to
day In each member of tho trust
hciug fined fS.SUO by thu federal
court.
Tho prosecution wa instituted by
the member of the combine In keep
ing up thu price "f rout. Tho court
urauted. an injutu tlon today ngulual
thn combine 'continuing tiielr mo
opoly,"
CHANDAI.Ii llllWfJNH.
(ftseetsl 'frtrsjraai (a Wfa4 HaraM)
Wiwhiiwton. D. C Dec, SJ.
Clinton J, t'ramlnll, H(icrlHUH(l
et or tho I'. H, Indian school at
tknt Fe, who is hero oh bust-
newt with the department, re-
MtMs todey Mr Crandnll wa
wm the target for cliarge of
inlaeonduct of affairs at thu
chMi by "Pussyfoot" Johnaon,
a. afeclal agent In tho depart-
HMMt who wa permitted to re-
atwi from the iKpartmeM a few
manWtH ngo.
Detective Visited Headquart
ers of International and
Made Away With the
Documents,
MANY WITNESSES WILL
BE CALLED NEXT YEAR
tHr KrealnK Herald A. P. I.eaaed Wtral
IndliinupollH, Hid.. Dec. 22. hookb
and p.tpera aclxed from tlio Interna
tional Association of Drldffo ntut
Btruciurnl Iton Workerrt ttfler tho ar
rest of tho AlcNnmnrns, wcro mlnuto-
titcly examined by tho government In
vostlRnlora In tho dynamite Inquiry
today following tint nppearotico beforo
tlio federal (cmnd Jury of Kobort Fox-
tor, n dotoctlvo.
Foster wna employed hy tho Na-,
tlounl Krectora' nssocinllon to find out
who iiorpotrntod tho oxplnalona and
in appearance indicated tno Rovern
tnent wna ttiklnir up thn ovldcncu fur
nished by contrnctor whoso properly
was destroyed.
Foster vleltcd tho Iron workora'
hendquartera several weuka ni?o tnk
Inn nway impora Miipposcd to show
what correspondence John J McNnm
nra. tho aecrctary-tronsuror, had con
cerning; tho dynamllo plot.
Meantime It wns learned that neonta
of the department of justlco boxnn
seeklnK In other cities correspondence
sent from Indianapolis.
Tlio federal itrand jury win adjourn
until January 3. Many witnesses In
tho ent and a far west a tho PnelHc
const, wer6 not called becauso of the
approach of the holiday, but theae
nro to ho summoned early In January.
At tno end ot January uiatrict At
torney Miller hope the jury will
reach n conclusion regarding tho dy
namite conspiracy.
LOS ANGF.LKS fillAM)
.ItmV HAS AUJOtllt.NF.w
Lo Angcle. Col,, Dec. 22. Tho
federal grand Jury prnbing the west
ern 'anule of tho aliened national dy
namite conspiracy today adjourned
until next Wednesday. -.
Kdwnrd A. ltcgun, assistant Dnlted
Htates district attorney, wtn In chargtt
of today' brief proceedliiK, nt which
F. A. Htephcnson, a Los Angulc at
torney, gave testimony.
WOMAN IS AGENT
FOR SAN DOMINGO
LOTTERY
Her Arrest in Kansas City
Leads to Finding Suit Cases
In Her Room, Filled With
Tickets of Chance.
(Hr KtmlNff Herald A. I. Leased Wlr)
KuiuiiB City. Dec. 2: -Through the
arrest of a woman s.'iop lifter here
today tho police say they have learn
ed of tho extensive sale af Santo Do
mingo lottery tickets In Kuniras CH)'
and throughout the middle west. Fry.
mom Weeks, an empbi)o of an oxpresa
company Is being held by federal au
thorities as tho Kansas City agent of
the lottery.
Ciwh prlxes of about $40,000 are
said to have been offered by one com
pany Involved In Uirclosures made to
day. Thn same promoi rs. It Is said,
are conducting sovurui other lotteries
of equal proportion.
The disclosure enme about through
tho nrrest of a woman giving the name
of Mrs. Olla Week. Tho police,
searching Mrs. Week' apartment,
said they discovered hundreds of lot
tery ticket In n suit euso. The wo
inn nn husband, Fremont Wonka wun
then nrroted und turned over to u
United Htatcn marshal.
SPANISH SOLDIERS
WOUND A COLONEL
(Hr Uvrnlaa; Herald A. P. leased Wli)
LUbon, Dec. 22. Tho govorument
nya the Monarchist revolt reported
lo havo occurred at Jlrngn wa con
Ilnod to a w rlflo shot. The colon
of the Twenty.nlnth infantry wn
wounded. Tho nlTalr nroao from tho
insubordination of norno soldiers over
puulshJient Sovurui aoldlera wors
arrested
Of LERIZED BASEBALL IN
SOUTH ATLANTIC
(Ir tHr4a Harnld
I. f.aad Wlrat
MtfitHKH.
(In Dee 22-"Ila
booH" from nnv lunh r cihua league
arn mi wanted in Mm South Atlnntlo
IcagtM). -Tkl was decided on nt a
meeting at the Unun' r t titly whon It
wa prnviiteNi that "pin lie nnd cutcli
era who bav pNd in ton game in
lilghor cVaiw, motion nnd In tho caau
of other H-rr twenty game, can
not bo carrW m the pay roll of any
South AtlaMIe imm."
Tho maKH(tai (ho 1012 piny
Ihk aeteon nt ISO mm and tho nl
nry limit ji.fiOfl, ,
They Assert That Suggestion
by President Tnft Favoring
American Ships Will Not
Be Effective.
IT COSTS MORE IN
THE UNITED STATES
(Hr Kvralaa- Herald aI V. Leaned Wtrat
Imdon, Deo. 22 Hrltlslt Btiop own
er nppaieutly are not nt all disturbed
nt President Tnft'a HUKgcMlutt con
tained In tho message ho ont con
gress yesterday, that ;-.aforonce
ahould bo given American tthlp In
conned Inn with toll to bo charged
for passing tho Punnmn canal.
They argue (but outside of (ho
coastal trade from which they nro al
ready barred, IlrltUh ship will con
tinue to do tho carrying trndo of tho
United .States, oven if American ships
nro allowed to uio thu canal freo o(
tolls. Tho r canon for their optimism
la, they explain, that It costs alxty to
aoventv per cent more to build ships
In America, nnd forty per cent tnoro
to oK-rnt them than In thu I'nliod
Kingdom
RUSSIANS BOMBARD
ANCIENT CITADEL
OF' PERSIANS
ATTLE
Actual Hostilities Opened at
Tabriz When Ooetaoks Ran
Into An Ambusoade Care
fully Planned.
RIFLES OF THE CZAR
IN HANDS OF FOES
(Hr Kvnla Herald A. P. Iaed Wlr)
8t. PiHoraburg, Dec. 22. The fight
ing between thu Uusslana and the
Persians which was reported from To
brl yesterday lusted throughout the
day. Tint old citadel wus bombarded.
Tho Husxlan consul general has
sent to headquarter a request for re
inforcements in view of the danger to
Itusslun subjects nnd thu Ituxslan
properly in tho city.
Tlie Itussiun Cossack nt Resht
drove tho Persians out of their posi
tion after considerable lighting. It
wus found that tho Persian were arm
ed with Hussion rifle.
According to tho dispatches received
hero both at Tnbrlx nnd Itesht thu
lighting was opened by nn ntlnck on
tho llucslan from a Persian ambus
cade. FRANCIS JOSEPH HA
But He Is Said to Be Recover
ing from His Recent Illness
and His Appearance Is Re
ported as Healthy.
(Br KrcalaK Heiald A. I. laard Wlral
Vienna, Dec. 22. Umperor Fraud
Joseph i making- favorable irijgret
in hi recovery from his rirtit slight
indisposition. According t the lat
est report from the palace lit majesty
I in excellent spirits; tils euugll 1
much better, his uppetlt. good una
hi general appearance luaithy.
COMMERCE BOARD
DEFINES POWER
It Dcrlarm That It I lax Not the Mailt
to IllMilct tlio Country for Comf.
tltor In Itallnwtl lliiilucvt.
(Hr KvaittM Herald A. I". I.raaad Wlr)
Washington, Dec 22. "Power ha
not been lodgod with tho Intoistato
commorco commlsclon to pquaiixe
ecounmlo ndviinniKO. lo place one
maikut In competition with another,
or to treat nil railroad n a part of
ono groat whole, to apportion to ccr
a curtnlu territory or to require all to
meet upon it common basis at all
point."
This Important nrlticlulo waa laid
down by tho commission today In He
ckling tllO CHHO or tllO ASlllUHll (Ohm)
Firebrick company against tho South
ern railway nnd miiny othur railroads.
Tho tnnkoru of llrobrlck along th
Ohio river urged that their freight
rate to cities lit tno south wero uu-
rcnHonablo compared with the rates to
tho Hume destination from Ht. J.oui
and other iKHin or manuiucture,
They were not ulitlned,
BAD
COUGH
Cabinet Gives Verbal Assur
ance to Minister of Powec
That It Will Comply With
Terms Demanded.
ENGLAND RELIEVES
AGREEMENT IS SAFE
Imperal Adherents in Czar's
County Now Prepare to Put
War Tariff on All Ameri
can Imports.
(Hr Hrtalns; Herald A. t taa4 H'lrt)
Tehernn. Piirsln. Dec. 22. Tbo Per-
elan cabinet hna given to tho KutiBtart
minister. H. Pekiovskl-Koxloll, verbal
nssurnncea of It lulcntion to cauply
with thu demnnds of tlto Umwistt ul
timatum. ENGLAND AGREES
TO RUMIAN DEMAND
London, Dec. 22. Tho IlrltUh for
eign office shortly after noon received
official cotiMritintlofl from tho Ilrltlsli
minister nt Teheran that l'oriiln had
yielded beforo tho Huaslan threat ami
had crnnted nil tho demand contain
ed In tho KuHRlan ultimatum of No
vember 29. These Included tho dis
missal of V. Morgan Sinister, tho
Amuilrau, who haa been acting aa
treasurer-general of Persia alsco Jubo
last.
Details havo not yet reached tho
Ilrltlsli government hut It la believed
In official circle that UhmIa' de
mand that tlio appointment of foreign
adVliera to tlio Porttan Koverameat
ahould hereafter be aubjeet to Kas-
sian and Hrltlsh approval. Shui Uhir
round with miq si!ht moaiHeatlotw,
agreeable to both part lex. x
RUSSIA PREPARES
TO USE WAR TARIFF
St. PetHrsbur:. Dec. 22. A batata-
tlvo proposal to prevld tec tart war
acneuute umhm4 to the uaited
Statea at the exptratlM C the Kw
Sfl-Ameriaan truly ef ssMHurw tm&
navlgatlol of 1 XW h, lslTllTroa ti efd
lo tho douma by x-Preelt(Mt Ouch
tcoff and other rettreaetttlni; the Oc
toberlst and NatloMlkt partle.
which control tho majority of thu
douma.
PERSIAN OFFICIAL
CONFIRM SURRENDER
at. Petersburg. Dec 22.-The Per-
slnn charso d'affaires called ofHclally
nt tho foreign office today and aald
that Persia hnd yielded to Husftla'n
demnnd. In conference with M. Za-
xonoir. tlio foromn secretary, lio form
ally declared that Persia would "on-
cede nil points In tho ilusslnn
ultimatum.
AMERICAN FLAG TO
FLY ONJACIFIC
President Taft, Mr. Hitchcook
and Other Officials Djiidc
to Place Two Boats 9ijtl
San Francisco - Australia
Route,
(Br aivrnlna: llarald A. S. ltm4 Wlra)
WnalilnBlnn two. 'iPri..l.liu.
. . ti "i " m . i..(uun.
Tnft. postmaslor (lencral Hitchcock.
Solicitor General Lehmann and As
sistant. Mccreiary or the Navy win
tlirop today approvad a plan proposed
oy ocnator rerKina ana Ketwesonta
tlvo Knhn of Catlfersbt, deaHtnetl to
rcstoro to thn Smith ('anIMn earrvlnt-
trndo two American atcamers and to
put tno American nvs onco again on
tho San Franclsco-Atwtralla route.
JUAREZ RACK CARD
(Mr KrralsMr ttaraM A. f. ILauad H'tral
Junrcs, Mexico, Dev. 22 Entries
for tomorrow:
First race, selling, one mile: Teflts.
.Mnurctanla, Alma floy. Judith Page,
t'amco, Now Capital, Sir Angus, Nov
gorod. 112.
Second race, purse, 2-ycar-olds,
fIVo furlongs: Clematis, Mabel King,
llnl.nl C, A'mohalkn, Hardy, Kero
sene, Ills Handy, Mnndndero, F L.
Proctor, Hilly Posmini, Lone Htr,
Homesick, Odclln, 109; Prick Ilontn,
Hklltute, 112.
Third race; Belling, six furlongss
H, M. Johnson, 100; Americn.
Clysmlc, I03t Judgo Cnblnls. Halt
Vlernlto, Htcilthor, Hraxton, Klder,
105: Lex, Prlnco Winter. Judge Hen
deraon, 10R; Pops, 110.
Fourth race, purse, ail age, six
furlong! Vnnlr, 80 Closer, 83i Koo
tensy. 101; Doncaster, Hebago, 104 i
Ml Roberts. IQ; Jim llasey. 103;
Olorlo, 1091 Dr. Dougherty. 111.
Fifth race, selling, six furlong! In
clslon. Hidden Hand, Kd Keck,
Jeotino d'Are, Little Jane, Annual In
terest. Meddling Hannah. 106; Ro
same. 108.
Sixth race, soiling ono mile: Mlfli
olette. liluek Mate, 107; Tallow Dip,
Coppers, Juan, Lmw Lech, Aco,ua,
WoKcrlnil, IIS, Hal Duck, 116,
Apprentlco allownnce.

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