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Forty-third Year No 101 Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1913 Entered as Second-cliss Matter at the Postofllce, Ogden, Utah Ufa?':
CALIFORNIANS TO
PASS BILLANYHOW
Indications Are That the Legislature Will Im
mediately Pass a Bill Prohibiting Land Owner
ship by Foreigners "Ineligible to Citizenship,"
While Secretary Bryan Is in Sacramento
I PRESIDENT AND CABINET CONSIDER SITUATION
Executive Exchanges Many Messages With
His Representative Wait on Outcome of An
other Conference Japanese Ambassador
Calls at State Department Commissioners
From Japan to Study Alien Conditions in
California
Sacramento. Pal April Lrt How long Secretary of Stat Wil
liam -l Bryan expects to remain is Sacramento as the active oppon
ent of alien land legislation is the question with which th majority
leader in the California legislature are wrestling today in an effort
to decide what course to pursue in carrying out their plans tor the
enactment of the particular kind t laniMioIding Law that thej have
in Blind.
Secretary Bryan Is opposed to their
plan, but ihaf his arpuments against
it camp to naiiRhi In the secret con
ference with Governor Johnson and
the legislators yesterday la now ap
parent lit- announced thai be had
said all be came to say but, in the
language of a leading Progressive I
senator "he Is still here and the
belief Is current that he will remain j
until the bill Is pa- ed
The administration leaden are not
disposed to allow a filibuster. eenj
one conducted b the secretary of
state of the United States to check
them, and unless Mr Bryan presents
urgent reasons for further delay in i
the conference that he is expected
to call late this afternoon the opinion
Is expressed today that it is probable
the legislature will take bold of the j
situation Immediately and pass the
bill prohibiting ownership hy foreign
ers "ineligible to citizenship." while
the dipt Inguished '-isitor looks on.
Adjournment has been set for Ma
3. but it Is planned to extend this 1
date to May 10. Even ibis extension
allows Icfs than two weeks for the
legislature to wind tip its affairs, and
the majoritv leaders feci there is no
need to waste time wiih the alien
land bills, when other matters of
vital importance to the state are still
on the file.
Although several messages in se
cret code were received bv Secretarj
or State Bryan this morning from
President Wilson, Mr Bryan declined
to discuss the contents of his tele
grams There possible bearing on
the situation In Sat ramento la the
mjbject of wide speculation among the
S legislators.
Doth houses of the legislature turn
ed to their routine work today as if
there hud been no Interruption.
W,
President and Cabinet Meet
- Washington. April 89. Secretary
Bryan's proposition to the Callfornl-
ht ans to suspend the passage and appli
cation of anti-Japanese legislation un
til the president has had an opportun
ity to negotiate a new treat v uith Ja
pan to replace the convention of Hit
is believed to represent the ultimate
concession which the administration
is willing to make In deference tu pub
I i feeling in California
1 he secretary's statement that in
event of passage of legislation In do-
fiance of the president's ali- be
would feel obliged to do everyl
possible to "minimize the ill feeling
that may be aroused" is regarded here
i as marking a purpose on the part
f of the government to become an In-
M tervener of the Japanese li lull
W which they may bring before the fed
H eral courts to nullify the action of the
H California legislature. Assumlnu that
W one of the questions which Mr Bryan
r has transmitted to the president on
behali ol the California legislature Is
as to the probable time for negotiat
ing a new treaty with Japan and just
how such a convention could he fram
ed to meet the views of California
without being objectionable to Japan.
It may be Bid that such a method of
settling the present issue alread has
been f-'iven some I onsldorntioo.
Th existing Japanese treaty was
intended to meet a temporary need in
quieting the unrest on the Pacific
coast ofv the school question. Nel
i her party has been satisfied with its
workings, and it Is remarkable for Its
omissions compared with other trea
ties of trade and commerce.
For Instance, probably no provision
for the acquirement and holding of
land br either Americans or Japan
ese. not even the citr.-mely limited
"favored nation" clause, covers the
usual common law rih' In such ma'
lers and. singular to sa there Is no
provision whatever against dlscrimlnu
Hon When Secretarj Bryan started j
M for California he was aware that thcr
was absolutely no treaty prohibition
against such action as the Califurni
nns now propose, and he must rely
on their patriotism and patience to :is
sist the national government In sol
ing the present difficulty by diplomat
ic means
Consider Rights of Aliens.
1 President Wilson and John Bass-ell
Moore, counsellor of the state depart
( ment. who ha devoted much attention
to the consideration and definition of
, the rights of aliens Allhln the United
I States, were in early consultation for
t more than an hour todav considering
the prospects of being able 10 frame
a new treaty satisfactory to the Call
fornlans and the Japanese within a
reasonable time Probablj a definite
answer to the question can be gi-n
only after the conferences have been
extended to include Viscount hind t,
the Japanese ambassador here
Senator Works of California toda
Bel OUt his views on the situation in
a prepared statement In which he up
held the rit;hi of his state to enai i
such laws as the one In quest ion a. id
approved the lew-point of th Califor
nia legislators generally
After President Wilson's conference
ih-re was no Information forthcoming
either as to the Bryan telegrams or
future moves, hut it was understood
lhat at tie- cablnei meeting later in j
the daj further consideration would'
be given to the Japanese question
When the cabinet assembled John
Bassett Moore, acting secretary of
state, was inlted b the president to
sit In the place of Mr Bryan It s S
rare occasion when on acting head ol
a department sits with the cabinet
and USUally he Is sent only for a brief
period while the business of his de
tainment Is considered Mr Moor
Btayod virtually throughout the cuin
net meeting which was taken as an
Indication that the Japanese question
took almost the entire time of the
president and his advisers Mi Moore
who is an authority on international
law, has given considerable study to
the Internationa phases of the all-?n
land Question In California.
Japanese Ambassador Calls
While the cabinet discussed the sit
uation In Mexico to some extent the
principal subject under consideration
B the attitude of the California leg
islature toward Mr Bryan's proposals
No messages were submitted by ih
president to be sent either to Mr
Bryan or the California authorities
and members of the cabinet also Bald
nu conclusions had been reached. Th
rlew was expressed however, that th
administration would not recede from
its position as described b Mr Br
an to the California legislature yes
tcrday.
In the event of a regulation after
' those suggestions, cabinet members
I felt tliat the Japanese government
would realize that the government at
W ashington had done every thin u
i its power to prevent discrimination
Ther.- were Intimations thai some
ol the members of the cabinet report
ed a growing Beniimeut about th
country for a more careful inquiry ,n
to the California viewpoint on the
Japanese question '1 his. It was said,
hov ever, would be in line w ith the
suggestion to California to postpone
legislation until a thorough Investign
Hun i oiild be had and an understan I
Ing arrived at with Japan through dip
lomatic channels.
Later Ambassador Chinda visited
the state department and had a long
and earnest conference with acting
Secretary Moore Both flatly refused
to discuss the situation
Commission From Japan
Tokio April 29 The announcement
of the projected departure In May for
the United States of Soroku Phara
member of the Japanese parliament
belouglng to the constitutional part
and of Ichlzo llatlorl, a member of
the bouse of peers, gave rise to the
report that a special mission was be
ing sent to America to study the alien
land ownership situation In CallfOrnl I
The facts are that their visit has no
Official Character whatsoever, and Sac
ramento Is not their objective point,
their object being to revisit Japanese
center In America as members of
the Japanese Christians
Both of them, however, express the
determination to discover the reasons
. . . I
THE MESSENGER,
for California's opposition to the Jap
anese and to allay the existing l el j
Ing.
oo
GUNMEN GET '
'SQUEALER
"Jerry the Lunchman"
Meets His Appointed
Death on Broadway in
Early Morning Five
Bullets Into His Body
New York. April L'9 -Suspected of
squealing' to District Attorney
Whitman Jerry Maida. known as
"Jerry the Lunchman," met his ap
pointed death on 41st street near
Broadway early today He was shot
down by gangsters, who sent five bul
lets into his body
TARIFF BILL
! OPPOSITION
Democratic Measure
Is Taken Up Para
graph hy Paragraph
in the House Minor
ity Is Preparing to
Fight Provisions
Washington, April 2ft The Demo
cratic tariff revision bill advanced
another stage iti the house today,
when Ihe rending of the measure,
paragraph by paragraph, was begun
Amendments will be offered by the
Republicans and the Progressives, as
(he minority, while the bill progress
es through this part of Its legisla
tive journey, and some amendments
that may seem best In the light of
developments, may be brought In by
the ways and means committee ma
jority. The minority of the house will
make a fight on -ouie of the provi
sions, realising however that with an
Immense- majority of Democra's In
the house, the bill may go through
unaltered by the opposition to It.
Representative Underwood of Ala
bama, the Democratic leader, said
today that he hoped and expected
I that the bill would be passed by the
I house this week. Me added that un
less currency legislation should be
I taken up. the tariff bill could be safe
ly passed by boih houses of congress
and signed by the president audi
congress could adjourn by ful 1
Intend to Hurry Bill.
hen the reading of the bill for
amendment began Majority Leader
I nderwood made it apparent that
the Democrats intend to hurry the,
bill through He objected to all re-'
quests for extension of time t or de
bate and confined the discussion
strictl) to the paragraphs under con
i deration
As consideration of the bill went
on, amendment aftei amendntem pro.
posed by the appropriation was re
jected with rolling choruses of ooesj
trom the Democratic side. Majority!
Leader Underwood and Republican
Leader Mann had long arguments
because the chemical schedule dif
fered from last year's chemical bill
Mr Underwood explained the changes I
had been made possible because the
Income was not a possibility ln-.i year
NO BANKERS ON
HOUSE COMMITTEE
Washington April 29 - A resolution
to bar members of the house interest
ed In banks from serving on the bank
Ing and currency commission during
the preparation of currency reform
legislation was Introduced today by
Representative Llndborgh of Minneso
ta. Map Out Own Course.
Washington. April 29 Chairman
Owen announced today that the bank
inj? and currency committee would
map out its course of investigation of
currency reform and legislation at a
meeting Friday Most of the big
I bankers of tho country and man
I writers of note on economic subjects
will be called later
Hearings probably will last sevei
weeks and If B bill Is laid before the
senate it will not make Its appearance
until the tariff fight is under way
j here
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REFUSE TO
BURY BOOTY
Villa's Rebels Are
Carrying $100,000
Worth of Bullion With
Them Under Strong
Guard Americans
I Say Insurgents Oper-
j ating in Madera
El Paso. Texas. April 29. Unlike
captain Kidd's buccaneers francisco
Villa's Insurgents refuse to bury their
boon With them over steep moun
tain frails they are carrying nearly
! $100,000 worth of silver and gold
bullion, weighing uearly a ton this
was reported by American ranchmen
arriving here today from the Medera
district where Villa Is operating
The treasure was captured several
days ago from a Mexico Northern
railroad train bound for Chihuahua
Citj from the Guerrero mining dis
trict The metal Is packed in a wagon
drawn by a team of mules. Beside
the wagon ride ten guards picked
from Villas 200 odd followers It is
considered a daring venture u come
within rifle range of the treasure
wagon The actual value of the metal
la estimated at lso.ooo pesos
Salazar Reorganizes Forces
!-:i Paso, Tex . April 29 General
Inez Salazar succeeded in reorganis
ing .i pari "I his command after i
niuiihN yesterday at Casas Grandes,
says his official report received toda;
at Juarez Hut ihe federal command
er is left with less than 20n men
Led bj Colonel Maximo Castillo, 850
of the rebels set off to Join PranolSCO
'.'ilia's band of Insurgents, reported
near Minaca. They took with them
most of Salazar's ammunition and sup
plli 9 Even those men remaining
with Salazar are said to hae refused
to proceed In the campaign against
the ('01131111111011.111618
Afier taking all available money as
well as ammunition from Casas Gran
des, Castillo and his mutineers pro
I eedod to the CorralitOS ranch, an
American property. and supplied
themselves with horses Then they!
rut the Mexico Northwestern railway
north and south of Casas Grandes. I
General Salazar's remaining force at
tempted to follow orders and hasten
to Chihuahua City, but failed to pr e
ceed farther than Pearson, returning
today to Cnsns Grandes
GIRL CAUSE
OF TRAGEDY
Brother Kills Would
Be Slayer of His Sis
terMother Fires U p
on Assailant, Bullet
Goes Wild and Mortal
ly Wounds Pedestrian
Chicago. April 29. Anthony Maras
co 25 years old, was struck on the
head with a hatchet ami killed todayl
after he attacked knne Porte be-j
cause she refused to marry him Pas-,
qualo Forte. 19, a brother of the girl.:
Is said to have struck the Mow w hich
resulted In Marasco s death Pas
!' quale fled and has not been cap
: tured
Mrs Pasquale Forte came to the
, assistance of her daughter armed I
lth a revolver. She fired a shot all
Marasco, but the bullet went wild,
. p,.. through .i indow an t si rm k
Erred Alfona. 22, , who was walking
past the house, over the heurl Phys
ic ins say Alfona probably will die
AUSTRIA READY TO I
ACT INDEPENDENTLY I
Vienna Government, Dissatisfied With Failure gK
of Ambassadorial Conference in London to w.j:
Reach Ajij Results Regarding Scutari, Has
Decided to Take Matters Into Her Own Hands 1
TROOPS READY TO ENTER MONTENEGRO fl
Austro-Hungarian Minister Opposed to Atti-
tude Adopted By His Country in Trying to
Force the Montenegrins to Evacuate the Al- '
banian City Italy and Germany Will Oppose
Action Unless Powers Act Jointly p
Geneva, Switzerland. April L2rK All tho Austrian troops in the
Tyrol, numbering several 1 limisand nu n eonsidered ihe flower t" the J&
army, have left for ilie frontiers of Montenegro ami ttovipazar. c-
other troops are arriving at 1 lit- garrison Ut take their places. f
Ixjndon. April 29. A special 00TT8
spondent telegraphliiK from X lenns
puts the Austrian attitude in regard to
Montenegro In precise form as fol
lows Austria-Hungary, finding thai the
ambassadorial conference in London
yesterday produced no results, had
decided to take matters into her own
hands and to carry out ths decision
of the powers regardinii; Scutari "
Dissatisfied With Conference
icnna. Australia April 29. The
Auntro-Hungarian government is dis
satisfied with i lie failure of the con
ference of ambassadors in London to
Initiate decisive action againsi Mon
tenegro and is continuing Its prep
arations for Important action
Report Circulated In London
London. April -9 A rumor spread
on the stock exchange that Austrian
i troops had entered Montenegro. No
confirmation was obtalnable
Neither the British foreign office
.officials nor the foreign diplomat
1 here have any continuation of the
'reports that Austria -HtuMsary has de
' cided to take inrtepsnWfet -aetlnn to
force Montenegro to exacuate the
Albanian city of Scutari, and they
discredit them. Such a course would
be so absolutely opposed to the al
iunde adopted b Count Von Mens-dorff-Ponllly-Dietrichstein
ihe Aus-tro-Hungan.in
ambassador at He
London conference of ambassadors
yesterday, that it is considered im
possible Both Italy and Germany, 11 Is
known, are strongh nversc lo any
attempt being made to coerce Mon
tenegro unless such action is under
taken by all the powers jointly
Prince Danilo at Home.
Cettlnje, April 29. Crown Prince
Danilo of Montenegro was welcomed
with an ovation on his arrival here
today to hand over to King Nicholas
the keys of the Fortress of Scutari.
The formal ceremony was greeted
with cheers from the excited crowd
The members of the royal family af
terward marched In procession to the
cathedral, the o.ueen and each of the
ladles glvlnc her arm to a wounded
soldier.
SUFFRAGIST
FOR BLOOD
Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont
Advocates the Adop
tion in New York of
the Methods in Use by
the Militants of Eng
land London. April 29 The antipathies
of Mrs 0 H P. Belmont and Mrn.
Carrie chapman Cfttl of New York In
icgard to the suffragette campaign
have evidently been overcome since!
their arrival here, for It Is announc
ed that the mother of the Duchess
oi Marlborough and the president of
li,.. International League uf Wuneu
Suffragists are to appear on the
same platform tonight at a meeting
Ol Women's Social aad Political:
union, the militant suffrage organ
Izatlon It 1b expected that the
American women will expre
views
Militant Methods In New York.
Mrs Belmont who Is staying at ;i
hotel in London, gave the following
I League Baseball Every Day This Week
BUTTE vs. OGDEN at GLENWOOD PARK
GAME CALLED AT 3:30 O'CLOCK DURIMpTHE WEEK AND AT 3 O'CLOCK ON SUNDAY
1
statement to the assocasted i-ess
"I mean just what I say when I !
de lare that If New York Tails lo fe
awake, srs shall introduce militant , m
methods f the type used In Kngland.
I also meant what 1 said before W?-.J-
leaving America about spending no F'
money in England But I was com- fi'
pellsd to stuy si this hotel because I jfe
found spring Cleaning under way In m'.
my daughter's home 1
Mrs Belmont and Mrs Catt hav fe..
reacli"d BUCD S complete agreement t: 1
that they will travel together In the
same carriage to tonight s meeting of fe
protest against forcible feeding They t
BUl he accompanied by the Duchess fir
of Marlborough i-
The release on license of Mrs. Km- lk-
no line Pankhurst, the suffragette R
leader, was today extended for a t"
week as the result of a visit to her ,
by the governor of Holloway jail
and an official doctor pfcfa
GOVERNMENT I
WINS SUIT I
Southern Pacific Com- I
pany Must Return I
$60,000,000 Worth of
Land to the United
States Case Will Be
Appealed to the High
er Courts
Portland, Oro . April 29. Land
stipulated to be worth $30,000,001).
and estimated bv experts to have a
alue of $4(i.niiii, iKni to
was taken from the Southern Pacific
Railroad company and returned to
the federal government today by or
der of Judge C. E Wolverton In tho
United States district court.
The famous Oregon -California land
grant case Involving more than 2.
300.000 acres, will be carried now to
Ihe circuit court oappe;'! sitting at j
Ban Francisco It io practically cei - I
tain that the case will go to the
United States supreme court for flu- j
al adjudication, no matter what the
decision of tho appeal court j
The case was submitted without
argument following an agreement of
counsel out of court.
FRENCH AVIATOR
AFTER A TROPHY
Villa Coublay. France, April 29.
Marcel Gorges Brlndejones des Moul- !
Inas, a French aviator, started ai 4 '
this morning for Copenhagen In an
attempt to win the Pqmmery oup pi t
$1,500 for the longest flight in a
straight line between sunrise and sum 6
set of the same day Edmond And'
mars (Switzerland! and Pierre Dan- t
cart (France) started yesterday morn- i
lag In the Barne competition j
no i(
TODAY'S GAMES I
Glantt Shut Out Dodgert l
Brooklyn. April 29. (National)
New York 6 x
Brooklyn 0 8
(13 InninKS t b
Batteries MathewFon and Meyers;
Backer, Stack and Miller.
Subs Defeat Reds.
Chicago, April 29 -(National) if
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 2 i
Chicago ? 8 1
Batteries Benton, Fromme and
Clarke, Cheney and Archer. f
GAMES POSTPONED
American League. H
.Ne w York. April 29. -Boston-New
York pajne poBtponed; wet grounds it
Philadelphia, April 29 .--Washington- .
Philadelphia game postponed; W9i I
grounds. i
National League.
Boston. April 29 -Boston Philadel- iH
phia Kame postimned: wet grounds
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