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BISBEE, ARIZONA. SVLTRUAY MORNING, F EBRUARY L 1913
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All Amendments Voted Down
nnd Six Years with No
Re-election For Past or Fu
IS BARELY BEATEN
Progressives Insist That the
Measure Is Especially Aim
ed to Prevent Another
Nomination for T. R.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 31.
The senate defeated today every at
tempt to amend the Works" single
six ear presidential term resolution.
When recess was taken tonight It ap
peared certain that the f.nal vote en
the proposed constitutional amend
ment will be reached tomorrow. Op
ponents of the resolution are muster
Ing all possible strength to defeat .L
As the measure emerged from the
(day's fight in the senate. It still pro
vides or one term of s'x years for the
chief eecutive and makes Ineligible
to re-election any person who In the
l-ast has held office by election or v
For Popu'ar Cho'ce
The closest voles o the day cam"
to Senafoi Owen's amendment for a
d'rect popular vole for president and
vice presiden and was defeated .by a
joteoffrSS toJKS and Senator Paynter's
amendment 10 lengthen to si years
the term of the president who mlgh'f
be in office when the constitutional
amendment was finally ratified.
11i was deeatetl by a vote of 3t; to
Proiwsals of two four year terms,
one four jear term, suggestions to
mod II v the resolution so as not to ef
fect Taft. Wilson or Roosevelt, and!
amendments to make It alply only 'o
.presidents elected ater ratification,
were all defeated by large majorities.
Fight For Roosevelt
The progressives and republicans
who declared themselves friendly to
Jtoosevelt, again led the fight against
the entire resolution. The progre-
cUfci ,1lnroil thil It n'!ii nfrnitlftt
American governmental pnnclples to J
Senator Crawford insisted that tho
resolution was aimed against Roose
lt. "We are asking the American
people to foreclose themselves from
tli right to call Into their service tne
man of the hour during a crisis upon
which every destiny of the republic
may be hanging-.
i have no fear of a despot." de
"No, we are not afraid of a despot,"
retorted Senator Williams, "Neither
-was anyother fool nation that ever!
existed until after it got him"
Senators Without Pay
Five senators, whose dally compen-j
gatlon is aDOUt twenty aunara raui,
are serving tneir country touay wiui
out nay, while their successors are ad
vancing on Washington to take the'ir
To complicate the situation the gen
ate Is working under a special order
on the presidential single term reso
lution. The legislative day was really
yesterday and parliamentary experts
declared that no new senators could
be sworn In until the special order -s
Senators He!skell, of Arkansas, San
ders of Tennessee, Massey of Nevada
and Johnston or Texas ceased to draw
Pay Wednesday, when their successors
were elected, while the pay of Perky,
of Idaho ceased last Friday
A resolution providing for the pay
ment of these senators for extra time
will probably be introdnced.
RIOT OCCURS FROM
STRIKE AT TRENTON
Strikers and Strikebreakers
Come to' Close Quarters
in Jersey Capital
TRENTON. A-. J- Jan. 31 Disor
der of a serious character occurred
tonight in the strike of 1600 procelaln
workers, wnen a lortc i.. """
era Imported by ten planta involved
In 'the labor trouble, attempted to
lve their work. The Imported men
were assailed In the streets by the
strikers, among whom were women
and sHrls. Stones and bricks were
hurled and, when the two forces met
af close rmartrrs. knives were used.
A dozen were arrested.
l HINKSK WOMEN" AT CAPITAL DTSOARD ORIENTAL APPAREL FOR
AMERICAN; SOCIETY TAKES FASHION NOTES ON THE Lit CLOTH ES
Ll llie rlsblt tW danslafrra of Itie
WASHINGTON, 'nn il.- (Speclali
The vilfe and daughters of Ambas.
sador Chaig. Chinese P'presentatlva
at Washmgtoti, have blossomed out In
American dross. A year ago tliev
were golne: about In their gorgeous
rlontal garb, their tunics ard kimono
dresses heavi UU emnroidery and
puttering with, gems Now all Is
clwnged Their dress is so thorough-
l occidental and mi-to-aate that
pud mi diiu cuycis
Federation of Woman's Clubs in Convention at Douglas
Votes to Table Resolution That Declared Them to Be
in Favot of Abolishment of Death Penalty, Fully
Three-Fourts of the Delegates Declaring Themselves
as Being Opposed to the Proposed Change.
OTHER RESOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED BY THEM
DOUGLAS. Jan 1 At the morn rate, which In many parts of the
!ng session of tne convention of V f county threatens to givo us a bird
man's clubs, a resolution faoring the! less, songless land, and to leate ege-
aliollshment of capital punishment in
ihf state of Arbon.i was tabled by a
large ote, the women thus going on
record aga'nst the pet measure ol
Governor Hunt, which he specifically
sjioke in favor of before them the
other day, and which he so strongly
recommends In his message to thei
xtra session of the legislature. The
resolution which was tabled read as
Whereas. The Arizona Stnte Fed
eration of Wrfraan's clubs belfees
that capital punishment is a relic of
barbarism Impeding true civilization
in the iJrgest sense of the word;
Whereas, The federation believes
that capital punishment has a de '
grading effect on humanity in gen
eral, particularly on fjiose InflicUng
it, and a hardening effect on the
lulndb and morals of the young;
therefore, be It
Rcsohed, That the federation gc
on record in favor of the abolishment
of same In this state and so advise
the governor and legislature.
After the resoluUcns had been read
by II rs. S. W French, of Douslas.
chulnnar. of the resolutions commit
tee. there seemed to he no objections
to any part of them until llrs. Frenci
brought up the capital punishment
resolution and advised that the con-
cation act with discretion on this
subject, suggesting calm consldera
tlon. and closing her remarks with i
motion to table the resolution. Ii
was immedlatel apparent that Mrs
French had touched a popular chord
and after some discussion, in which
many delegates participated, the mo
tion carried by a viva voce vote. tn
majontj representing at least three-
fourths of the delegates.
The resolutions adopted favor the
preservation of the Arizona song
birds and oppose the use of sons
birds or wing3 of birds on the bon
nets of the ladles. They also favot
the establishment of an orphans
home iu the state, a more strict cen
I sure of moving pictures and recom
menu ice apptwumeut ui uiu w
losltions of trust and responsibility
In the various state institutions, spe
cifying favor toward the appointment
of ai. assistant woman as assistant
physician In the hospital for the In
satiC The rtsolutlons In full follow
Whereas, the killing of sons; mrd
and those of special value, as insect
octroying is oeing cameu on ai
Clilncm- lululalrr In rlriilnl t-utnmt.
ilnuckfrr anil (lirlr imiiilhrr In Amer lenu lire
ciety is taking fashion notes on the.r
The daughters are of the accpted
Americrn dtbutanJe age. and look
cbarmirj' in American frocks. Then
nitural oriental beautv loses none of
Its attraction in their new mode of ;
Mother and daughters hae'
learned the art of wearing American
so-(clothes gracefully. Their heads, for -
tation at the mercy of seriously de.
tstructhe Insects nnd iiests; therefore.
Kofeohed, That the Arizona Federa
tion of Woman's clubs endorses the
movement for the conservation and
preservation of all harmless birds and
protests against the use of birds.
wings or other features, except chose
of thp obtrlch for millinery purposes.
Whereas, The experience of mod
ern sociology has shown the wisdom
of supplying the care of women In
all public institutions where women
or children are confined or segregat
ed; therefore.' be it
itesolred. That the Ari7ona Federa
tion of Woman's clubs recommends
the appointment of women to posi
tions of responsibility In r all state
institutions having women and chil
dren as inmates and of a woman phy
sician as assistant In the state hos
pital for the insane.
Whereas, Our wisest emicators have
recognized the value of the moving
picture as a teacher If rightly usee
and a3 power for evil if wVongl
used: be it
Revolted, That the Arizona Federa
Woman's clubs recommends!
&uch censorship of the films present- rltten sufeestion from Governor Wil
ed In public theaters as will encour-Uon to Mujor General Wood, grand
age only the presentation of films of i marshal of the Inaugural parade.
artistic temperament and of moral,
and educational value.
Whereas, The need for a suitable
home for the orphan children ot
Arizona Is more keenly felt year by
jear; be It
Resolved, That the Arizona Federa
tion of Woman's clubs signify to the
governor and get It In some adequate
nravlsion within our own state ior
Whereas. The A. F. W. C hcart!l
en torses the character of the enter
prise of Mrs. Crocker and ljer-work
for the conservation of thenatural
resources of the United States, .there
fore, be it
Resolved. That this federation does
hereby signify Us Interestla in this
work and pledges Itself to Its sup
port. " '
DEATH BEFORE CAPTURE
! Southern Pacific in the west was sep-
S'ayer of Rancher Takes Poison andl-aratcd a year ago last October, from
t Shoots Self When Sheriff Comes (the president down. The only Joint
PETALUMA, CaL, Jan. 31. George
Kennedy, a ranchman was shot and j decision of the -supreme court In De
kllled early today at his homo nearjeember, were the directors, chairman
here by Michael Marcnsen. When the J of the executive committee, directors.
sheriff arrived two hours later Marcu-s-
ien yam jtrf a cornfield and drank, pol -
ujson and men shot and Killed h'mseu
jeur nut Mt ieftl tivo of Ibe name
uierly -i"u wlh h!ninr braids and
innocent of h?ts, are nowadays smart
' colffed an4 crowned with plumed
jreatiops of the latest Paris destgns.
Their !!?ures are well corseted, and
tlu'r feet, fonicrlv eucnRml in Chi
nese s'ippcrs vith hemmed and em
broidced eribellishment, are now
adptxed with ti. rent leather colonia
j'iitnis with flashing biickls or in
faEhlonil)'" loots to be worn with
IS ACCEPTED FOR
President-elect Consents to
Plans Made by University
Students to Participate in
Induction into Office
mil. tar y Escort is
NEW YORK. N. Y Jan. Jl-Wi!
son accep'ed todav the offer o siu
drnts of Princeton ITriversltv to es
cort him from his home at Pdnceton
to the White House on the day he is
Just a century ago Princeton gave
Its last p.esident to tha nation James
Madison The centennary will be cel
ebrated b a unique program to whion
Wilson gae hlsf consent today. Prince
ton youths will charter two speelil
trains of thirteen cars each on March
S. One car will be put at the disposal
of the president elect and his fa mil)
and accompanying newspapermen.
The governor smiled when ne found
No. IS confronting hirn again for he
beliees It means luck to him. The
students, more than a thousand stron?
will take Wilson direct to his hotel la
Washington and VT1I attend a smok
er gUen that even.ug by the Prlnc
ton Alumni association of Washing
ton Next morning the students will
escort Wilson from his hotel to the
White House, where Taft will join
the incoming resident and ride with
him to the capital.
ESCORT FOR MARSHALL
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 31.
For the first time in history a vice
president elect will be attended by a
military escort on the occasion of
Marshall's induction. .March 4. This
haH been arranged as the result of a
FURTHER STEPS FOR
Lovett Announces Changes
in Relations of the
. NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 31 Chair
man Robert S. Lovett. of the U. P.
executive committee, issued a state
ment late today announcing the dis
continuance ot the traffic department
reDresentat'on heretofore made lolnt
i with the Southern Pacific. The gtate-
jment says: "The operating orgaalza
; tlon of the Tnlon Pacific and tne
offices ad offlc'als left after Ih)s re-
'organization and at the time of the
of maintenance, traffic and other offl
Jeers, located in New York vwid the
commercial and soliciting agents.
lOSPMLS DESIRE '
'ON M FREE LIST
apparatus and Supplies to
Be Used in Free Relief of
Suffering Should Be Ex
empt from Duty Claimed
ALSO SEEK RELIEF
WASHINGTON D. O.. Jan 31.
A modification of the administrative
Vrovlslons of the tariff law, free ad
mission of medicines and surgical In
struments for hospitals and scientific
apparatus for Institutions of research,
and the continuance of the free ai
mission of numerous raw material?
were urged today at the concluding,
hearing before the house committee
on ways and means.
George V Cloter, superintendent ol
St. Luke's hospital. New- York, repre
senting COO hospitals over the coun
try, asked that the free list be so
amended as to Include hospitals tha
render medical and surgical aid free
3f charge as among the institutions
o be remitted to Import free ap
paratus, utensils instruments nnd
ireparallons for medical and surgical
Pr. Allcrton S. Cushman, of this
city, made a similar appeal for In
lustrlal research and scientific work.
B. B. Bc-nheim, or Chicago, In
hargei of the import department of
x big mail order house and formerl
ustoms ex.iminer at New York urged
.ome administrative changes which
lepref entath e Hill, of Connecticut,
irgued to be In the interest of large
nporters against the small trade.
1 DYHAHTE" IS
New York Gangsters Cross
to New Jersey and Slay
JERSEY. C4T.Yw..J,- Jan,. j?l
Thomas Conroj prominent - In the
Building Trades 'Council here, .was
shot and mortally wounded tonight h
gangsters who are believed to hae
mistaken him for another man The
police arrested Ernest W lhaber, wno
:old the authorities that a gangsr
known as K.d Dynamite' did the
shooting He was accompanied b
Wnnaber ad another ganpster knosv n
as Big Slim The former said that
"Kid Dynam te" came to this city from
New York and picked a nua rel with
IS NOT THE LIST ONE
South Carolina Electoral
Vote Reaches Washing
ton Only Yesterday
WASHLN'GTON. D C, Jan 31.
The certificate of Governor Blease, of
South Carolina, which named the elec
tors chosen at the presidential elec
tion last November, was received !v
the state department today, complete
ing the returns from all states. The
purpose of the certificates appears ta
te to provide congress, when engag
ed in the count next month, with
a means of checking off the accuracy
of the certificates coming from the
various state electors.
HQBOES SHOW WAYS
TO GIVE EMPLOYMENT!
Convention in New Orleans i
Ready with Remedies in j
States and Nation
vnr rvi?rPAV3 i Tan r-i Af.
Iter wrangling for two days over so
cialism, listening to tirades from la
xr union enthusiasts and engaging
In lively personalities over questions
relating to the administration of tW
organization's affairs, the national ho
!o convention got down to work this
afternoon and decided to petlUon con
gress to do a few things that, it be-
lieves, will give employment to thou
sands of Idle men in this country.
They want congress to bring to
this country the machinery now em
tloyed In the construction or the Pan
ama canal and use it in the reclama
tion of lands. They also want the
j federal and state governments to
enter into a more extensile pian ior
good roads work and for congress to
tut a check to Immigration until the
government can rlnd work for the iu
I employed In this country
President Jeff Davl5 and Miss Corn
1). Harvey, of Kansas City. Mo, win
styled herself the "hobo secretary."
uddresfed the convention In favor of
the resolutior. In reference to tf
TWO LEADERS OF
THE YOUNG TURKS
Ca.l. Iljrml Ilry Inl I lie- tuu) uuj
Capl. Mnurcr Ilty.
Two prominent leaders of the young
Turks who are opposed to peace with
the Balkan ftatcs are Col Ujrved
Bey and Capt. Nonrqy Bey. They
have taken an Important part In the
war and stand clofe to the Turkish
Arms Valued at Half Million
Were to Be Transported
NEW ORLEANS. La. Jan 31. In
dictments charging conspiracy to vio
ate neutrality laws in connection with
a proposed shipment of arms and am
munition valued at ?20fl,OCO to Mex
ican insurgents were returned today
by the I'nlted States grand Jury
against members of the f rm of A
Baldwin and companv. o 1.1 i 1 .. i
large importing ,u.o '-'u' i pi sonj
ware indicted also, but so tar no names
have been male public.
The seizure of the munitions was
due to the activities of an agent of
tne department of justice. They, nev
er left New- Orleans, where stored 'n
a warehouse Jt is sa d that JJiey rep
resent only a part of purchases total
ing J360.000 made here and In New
York by agents of the Felix Diaz re
volt of last summer.
TEN ARE RELEASED
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., Jan. 31.
Ten Mexican revolutionists were re
leased from the federal prison here
today after they had served a year
each for violation of the Neutrality
laws. Br Raphael Molina, who '.a said
to have contributed $120,000 to the
revolution and Juan Hidalgo, former
mayor of Juarez, were among thoac
HENRY GEORGE THEORY
HAY BE TRIED 00T
British Liberals Declare the
l.lliauv.ijaiiuii ui icmu 10
LONDON, England, Jan. 31-"The
I foremost task of liberalism in the
! near future is the regeneration ot
' rural life, the emancipation of 'he
jland In this country from the Paralyz-
ing grip of a rusty edete, unprofitable
i David Lloyd George. Chancellor ot
the exchequer, made this momentous
'declaration tonight at the annual meet
ng of the Liberal club. The land
i question has been Lloyd George's fcoo
by and conservatives accused him of
i being ,ambiUous to introduce in Great
i Britain the Henry George system of
i taxation. Recently he has been as
serting that tho cabinet s.detracked
his scheme, but in tonights speech
the chancellor indicates that the gov
ernment will soon grapple with per
haps the greatest problem of extensive
progress in social reforms.
Lloyd George also denounced what
ho called the land monopoly in towns
Plenipotentiaries Say Fare
well in London-and Pack
Up in Readiness for-Their
ORDERED TO RETURN
Bulgarians State Populace
Is Aroused and -Must Be
Heeded and Negotiations
Await Fall of Adrianople
LONDON, England, Jan. 31. Tho
Balkan allies and the Turks are mak
ing active preparations to resume
hostilities hi southern Burope. The
delegates ot the allien to tlie peace
conference here are saying farewell
and packing their baggage prepiratory
to departing rrom London.
A news agency dispatch received to
daj from Conhtantinople reported
that the Turkish delegates have been
ordered home, but the command has
not yet been received here,
Powers Are Helpless.
The good olllces ot the powers to
avert further resort to arms have ap.
icrently failed thus far. Kven at this
.ate hour, tach side to the dl&putc is
necking the other ol bmiimg. The
Turks declare that In their' note to
the powers Tuesday the allfes. were
given greater concessions as a basl3
of -resutnlij thprpcace negotiations ,
than they had expected to be, made
to them at the convuienee of the pence
negotiations. The allies virtually ail.
mit this byt sav that terms which
vould have been acceptable even a
fortnignt ago will not nrw be enter
tained as the Turkish gamo obvious
lj is to lead them by the uose for
months, counting on poss-ible exhaus
t.on and hoping that complications
v.ill arise to favor Turkey.
People Are Aroused.
Dr. Paneir, head of the Bulgarian
delegation, said today that the feel,
ings of the Balkan population must
he considered Excitement anion.;
tLcni. he declared, has reached the
highest degree against the "fraiidu
lent treatment" bj the handful or
juung Turk conspirators who havei
iittera'pted to play .vith the decision
of Kurope and the honor, prestige
and lives of the Balkan peoples.
Take Adrianople First.
The Servian delegates bade fare
well today to Sir Edvard Grey, Brit
ish foreign minister. Stojan Novako
vitch. had of the delegation, told.
Sir Edward that he considered the re
newal of war Inevitable, as the llul
garian -would not be satisfied with
anything short of the surrender of
drianople. ii Novakovltcb said to
the Associated Press that'he did not
believe in-rf.renct with the allied
'This time," he added, "the prelim
inaries to peace, together with a new
armistice, will be signed after the
fall of Adrianople and on a drumhead
In the battlefield The conditions of
the -peace compromise will not only
moan a new Tracean frontier Ilnebut
the contemporaneous surrender ot
Hci.tarl and Janina to Montengro and
Greece and also a war indemnity."
NEW TURKISH COMMANDER.
Iz7et Pasha Made Chief General and
Exhorts His Army in Address.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey, Jan.
tl --Izzet Pasha, cltief of the general
staff at the war office, who, after the
resignation of Kiamil rasha's cabl
ue.t assumed provisionally the port
folio of the mlnUter of war. tins bepn
appointed commander in ohIf of the
Turkish forces In succession tq the
late Nazim Pasha.
Izzet addressed today a general or
der to the troops notifying them ol
his assumption of command ot the
army and calling upon them .at this
critical stage of Ottoman history; to
show themselves worthy of the glori
ous traditions of their race and as
tftio sons of their noble aneestors.
R0B3 EXPRESS SAFE.
Chicane Bandit Undertakes Daring
Crime and Escapes.
CHICAGO, 111- Jan. JL A hanllK
disguised with a handkerchief, robbed
the safe of an express car and escatt
ed with a big of currency thought to
conta n several thousand, tonight. Ha
compelled the messenger to open the
jofe. and when the conductor scizod
hfm. felled the trainman with bis fist
and then fled.