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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. 1013.
mKOSa MMMAYJfc,
vou a, so, at
PUSH
SHAFROTH AND
THOMAS ARE
ELECTED III
COLORADO j
I
-
State Legislature in Separate
Bnllot Confirms Preferential
Ohoioe of People in Novem
ber Election.
WYOMING LEGISLATURE
MAY TURN DEMOCRATIC
Lively Fight on Sooialism by
Active Lobby Shows Up at
Opening; of California Law
Makers' Session.
Hy I.onMxl WIrn to I'tcnlng HnrnM
J liver. Jnn. II - Kurimr fiovi?riir
I'hiirli'i i. T)mhiin mul ijirt'
John K Hh. troth. Kenioi rtn, erf
elei'teal I'niii il Hi.it .'Hiii..ri iroMi
I'oluttulo ociu. the Mtiiiif .mil hmw
otum ii nir.ili'H i welvc llppiiriiunnn
in tile HouiM' mul thre.- In Hip m tiHio
votMl. for the l iii" raid riindl'lilte.H
In VrniKI' With Pledge No. I.
tKkeM rlr '" the NoVenitMT lt'ltlt.
m mttport i He wtMUirtiil rnmlMateii
rveuin the Itlghevt prrfiriitlnl
ote. Th nie of the two houam
tnoit
Short term Th"m t l-mni-ritt .
1 1 . Wmerm.ui Hei'U'H"n . f: Vln-
ellt tlrour 'NNlel, I. Wevrntl (lro-
KreMlvei. I. iibMnt, t. total. IM.
I .one lerin rn froth
. '??. .
s )aiKili i Itemihlleani. 11- i m
Wn il'ronreMUei. I. Hunter (tmo-
rat), I, MlMt-itl. 1. trMI, I Oft,
The eleitli.n will te rntltle.l formnl
i ut m joint iM-anton t.onorrow A
I eat lire ot the l;ill"tiOB in the rn-nnte
m Meiutto Mi her' mwch nnnii-
m.lIMM J li llonlor t bituoentl mill
.uoiiAate for myt or oenvor , is
" - - - I- .'T ------ ....
My. Nei kei erltl.'IHi'd the Ht lll of
reirelitliil ', ote ror rnttiwi HI ft ten
xenulor, Hwllu'lnK Ihnt lie redfited
ii nrt tttlnu not n-form.
Vole III the Mt'ilMte I'nlUit JMiilef
'tn.ior to mie-eetl ihe lute Hi-n.Mf-
'h.irie J Itiitth.-, .li ThumoH
I OeMloorrtt I V,iter(:vli I ItrtpUh-
n. nnt. : Steven i !'rreMtvei. t;
)mu, i. tot nl. a.
I ntt. . I .iiiieii nemitir, iu term
shut jo( li (Hi moetan. , OftwiMMi
t'U
i
.ite in tile hoilM.-. fnlte.l Mtlit.-ii
wi ii. it.ir. tdi.-rt tnrin. Thoiiuih iKi ino
iMii. hii. V hi. rtnan Hei-iinHi-nn i. I.
'ni. eni i Pi oarcnalt e i , 1, loiai,
I'nited Mtiiti'H neiinlor l.-nu term
simrroth 1 1 n-nio. nit ), i;m. Pnwhon
iHi-liiihlic.ini. t I'mlin t ProiewiM-.
I . total, ii'.
UjoiiiImb Mu.v Tumi ncintHnulc.
I 'heieniie, Wo, Juii. i . The re
ported dtwirfo tion of two itepiiiilii-int i
ineiiilMTH ot the houae ihreutoMMd to
upaet nil pIhiik of the cum ,ih held tiit
night when the VVoming icaiMbmue
eoKVened lit noon IihIii.V MHotlltl 11.
).. Pratt oi p.irk ooiint nnd K II.
Atnttaon or Suieiwiiti-r coiuit teralHt
'n their r- )..rieil intwntliMi not to
iil.li'.- li thi i .iiii-im irogriiHI, the Ite-
pnUlleHii in.ijoilt of three pi'ohahly
will Ih- o -rlurlieii. So far Pratt and
Muruwiii have refuaed to intr the e
IIUliliCMII cuiu'iin. Tile elect Ion of P.
. Hunter or t'iirlmn ountj for
HpcaKar hlng-a i.ii the virtoa ot thooe
ineinlMTa in the aenut.. w uii
ana base ., af.- mMj;Mlt -
ney t Aigi wheditled for the noal-
lion oi .ieni.i.iM i en, i. mi i.. I
ICiiiei-v ror - hn r clerk.
What i-ffi't the continued dlaaf
feel Ion ot two hoitae memtiera will
have on the election ,,f mited
Htaltai aniiator pi oblemntlcal.
4llli.V AkoIu-I Soi'lllll-lll.
.rramento, Oil., Jan. 1 1. The
ftrat !ohn r tirranged In t'tillfornlii
if not the Mini in the fniteil tltatea,
with the hi nule nurpoae of DghtitiK
M.H'inltain, appeared at Ihe lealal it ore
iterdn. i harlea A. Ilm wooil, pn a-
Idem of the Wound i Internment
laapne, at lt" head. "The people f
the atato an- not aiH-lnliata," aald Mr.
WarwcHMl. "None the laaa aonie
cinliatlc legiHliltlou Iiiin I ice It eltil. ted ,
It ia the Intention of ihe league
reviail Itt their true .-olora nll mim-IhI
ialic biila pn-aiiited hare. Then it tin-,
peopln wall! Ihi-IH. it la their lookout
At lenat the will have been warned "
The Koiind iloxcwwienl lengue, Mr.
Ilarwooit H.itd, wna rniidl mantling
it orgaiilaatioti to all atctlnna of the
Hate. Aeeuilil.vitian t. W. Kingato
of Una Ahgeli-a, the only MoektltaX
iNfnlar oi the lgtoltute, -xptaa1
iMMlBfnctlon :i Mr. lliu wooil'a nppein -gen.
"If there ia npiawitluM, wa are gnid
in know where li enmea from." hi?
M. ",tt tnr puhlh-ity to our meaa
uriai. Ihni N whin we are truing to
get."
iowa oovnt.Non wants I
.MANY I.MPOIiTA.VT HUPOHAISi
lee .Mnlni-H. In. .Inn. II. ftovcmr i
II. P I'.wroii, In hla ilniil hlenniitl
meaaagt- to the Thiin-ilfth iteiti-rul1
uaaemhb or low.i .hi aitei noon, laid j
bpcrlal htriHH on the enact ment nl
adtNjuatc Ihwh lot lu iaon rerorut, com-1
peaaatloii oi woikiua no-n Injured In i
an-ldenia, uoo.i road and Ihe oh- ;
lrglatnt ot the Ktntu eanttnt ,
SfotiHil lioth tiranchi of the egl-1
llttre met in joint aeaalon a' '.'
o'clock to Matei: to the rending uf the
tnaagage Am.-ni. oih'-r thing the re- 1
tiring governor recommended the ere-1
iflinn m' un in J in in- known n u f
"ataie ahi-rlit " who would iim.H
ahte gur th. lneailgatlon or auch
i-rlinaa nn Hint which occiiiiihI at Vil
li nea alioiit on.- ear ago, when .
whole famiiv wna murdered one
night. No h a to the uaMen tin
a"t hfep dlai -ixereil The arhltrn
ikiM of atrlkaa a lid labor illaputea.
nag aaua foi- lm eHmliiatiuii nf the
a ajjwil "imdroae" ayMem In em
pjggjnatll ngeaMiea nt the taain wara
aJiWH iKher K-comiuendatluha.
WYmlH tlUWlt lltK.!lllfll1lfH,f
ftltTka, Jail, h. Ill Titat Mn W.
itiiln 1 message ( the tMrtslntiirf. da
llvetcd todni. notcnior William Hpr
t commended ih pasaaite nf ah ad
'.iilrliig ln rllpjiitlnit or tii
hopctcnslv inaatic mill rrtiitttMls run
-. led oi . iTimti atututory charge
t'.KKH HLHd'HO TO
Til II
UCI 11 I
SKNATI' fN MASSAflU'HUTTK
lioatnti, Jhii. II .lolin V, KVchH,
r vewtnii. n-cHvul it majority vii
fnr Pulled Mtatea mniHKir tu both
house of tin- MnaMchtiaelta legisla
ture today. r polled Hie riiil He
puhllcati streinrth. Hi Hip gamin Hie
vole waa: Weeks, fi; Wltlllie. (Damn
i rmj. il In the house the vola wna.
Weeks. 1.11: WhHIIc. Ot. The-two
house will mei I In joint convention
toUIUITOW to rallf) I In- vole,
WILLIAM Al.llltN SMITH
ItlWrUMIII IN MICIIIHAN
Unslng, Mich. Jan. II - Wlllliin
A lltM Hmlth wa re-elected I'nited
Stale senator b I lu .Mlchlann
loturc IhiIh. A Joint mHHloti of the
luKlfdutura will be hfld tomorrow to
railf tndity'a action.
ONK MOHH lll.OW I'Oll
Till': pooh hkpoktkk
rolumblu, K. t ., Jan. H tstuct
mont of n law making It n rnlade-mi-Hnor
fr a m wapuper reporter to
mlaquote h public speaker was tinned
hi Movernor Mica In IiIh mmim to
tha Mouth t'nroiina leajlslaturs today
The governor recommended Ike paaa
age or a 2-eent railroad bill unit leg
latalinu iliaaulviiiK thi Carolina public
Mnrioi. corporation and the cotton
mill merger.
I '1 1 1ST MAIM! HALIVP
ititsnfs in no rwoin?
, Augusta, .Mf.. Jan. H.- THr whb
I ho nolcf io(n In thr flrnt ballni for
I fnttod Mtntew Miutnr. Tnr vot In
tho hoitae toMl 12 emh for former
. ('iitntretwrtinn HurU-lKh. ltrpuhtlciui,
Inml Heimtor (tnnlner. wmorrnt. In
thi' Miiiit inrt Wncn iro atrlctb
followed nnd Iturleili rwelved t
ty-one votra nnn Onrrtner ln. Th
tlmt joint tmllot will tw tMhfti tomor
r"tv. There m iin'ertalnt nn to the
Profi'tMivew in the legMiuture. Sam
inall) the RiiibitiNiw lwvt
more ihun the nei pmy nrmjorliy nf
L' It memiier with known Prorem-
i, tr-lldi-fl. len ott- ith th'-ni
MCU HAMI'Slllltl': H.s
l.l'l?lS' SlSN.VTK I'HJHT
. - -A v II Mr II Vtl...
I'ranrh l the lwmlntotT wan iW- to
leach nn Agreement the hiile or
i t'nlted StHteii m-nntor to4a. In th
H.nMie the who dlvl.le.1 mnong
fle candidal, three Owmoorata nd
two Hepunlt'"tna. mid In the houa
the nnmr of tlfteen .uniUgntei. Were
' priwmtvd. The l)emor:ita In th.-
houar nearly nil vote lot iieiiev
llollla. ii ml the I'rorgfik. ,va tor
former toern'r Itohert P. Ila.
The lUBjtnttliriih vol, wmn Mpl.t
nmoAg elwen i nndlilnlet.
ip
ll-IIHM'l1ll DlllW KIlVI ItllMNl.
heenne, Wn Jan. II -St. I-.
Pmru HfHUili-un, who rerutwd to
."liter tle IteptiMti-nn cuiic'iia ioa.
' wm nhM-linl icniM.rir MtM-aker or M
' lloiiae, i reiving the aiiHil aii- ul -if
tlje OoHUM-mtlr inoHttwra. U'. J.
lhe will i"ii- to inuke the 'i'iiiMire;
rgmiiuitioii i-i rn m mul will
leuor to pleken the re-ele. Hon ol
iflilt.d Ml.itea Seii.it . r P l Vni n.
M. I. .Vnnaon. lleMilill. in, r--oi-i
with the Di-moernta
HeptihlH'nna iik el are not iidmii
ting that Pntaa nnd Mamum will con
tinue to vote and uork with the liein
locrnia agalnai iiu- re-elei iloti of S n
! ator U'nrren. and ror hia opponent.
John It. Kendrlck of Hlierldnn. The
,,!,,
la nfei I'.eiiiilillr.in with i
niHiorliy or live. Two coiit eata have
tiecn hroiMcht on itei-nhlimn aettatom.
15. K. Hriidlnirx nnd W. In inc. tnl
are not oNptmted to lie Mtn ceaafut. In
Ihe hotiae three ania are ennteateil.
With the I leino.r.it Ic-I'ronniHals e or
gtinlantiun mlopted throughout iroin
apenker to page, there m i inn neat U.n
wl power in the Oenuerati together
with Pratt nnd .ilnnaon to detai-inini-
ttiene conteatH :tn.i-n-' til- Itopllhll-
en II
fei.iu u..k..t ui. .... uiui Uu i .
. ... ,,,....... ,,tWlltK iUn oia.e
f I(V-)H, ,).,,u,.caiia In the
hotiae ..n.l Monaon and PrK
., h ,nM.riUHi ,,r ,.oU7
,,,.. j ;,..!,., w i, it liooh.
I ih n n vniea fr W'..i wn.
1 lorn 1 1 Hi--i-leci-il In Idaho,
liolae, Idaho. Jan. II. On the flrat
bnlUit Manator W. K. liorali wa ro-
oliH ted United Htatea ,enntor by tllH
legiaioture it t noon todn. The vote
wa. Itorah, 7.'; tieornu A. Tannehlll.
K. I. P.-rk, '..
AMATEUR ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION SHAKE UP
j (lly I.etiM'il Wire In llvi-liln Ueinlil.)
New lurk. Jan II -Smera. I in
i portani iIi.iiiitin ii.iv, in en mini' hi
I the .ippoinim -nt oi ,,rlou atantiitig
cuintultteea or in.- imati-m uthietii
I union oi tll- rniti-u siuteH. uuatnvuH
i T. Kirby. pn aldetit of the bod), il
'lined to name ,mv repnan-ntutlM
from the loi'V Mountain uao Intlon
on the ground that the inertnea ot
l that io.. Juatlfleii Nuoh a. -Hon. An
'other aurirlae waa the drooping
ICverett (?. I.routi, pn-i-ident of Ihe
t m.-aa-i Athletic aaaucUtlnn and a
former prealdem or t.ie . a. I'., from
1 the champlonahlp cotnmittee, plarlim
' in hla atead, IS. t'. Itacey, prealgVni
: of tha f '-nil nl aaanclatlon.
Hi own waa i-rltried 1 aonte of Ihe
i oftVlnlH of the I'nlon In.-auae of hi
.iiillnga at the witter imiIo chaniploa--hliai
In Pttiahurg tni winfr.
) Mr. Why. However, acknowledgeil
; hi aplendtd v.nra in h-half of the na
loiiatlon and aald tha' Mr. Hfv. n
i retained memhi-rahlp In Ihe iioard of
got ernora.
Jamea K Hulllnn waa renntacil
chairman if the "hnmplnnahip com
inliiee while iila a Mute In tt fe arc Barlow
A. Week" ot the .UetriipOUMn Hgaiv-la-ling;
Thor.ua V. Rllav and Hdward K.
Itnbb. of the New Kngland aaa"'H'
Hon; K. Itacey, nf tha Central an
no. Intlon; J. 11. Praai'in. of the
Moiiihi-rn Pu IIU- iiaani laUnn. and II.
W. l-'ltm-ntrl ' or Hie Moullii'i n n-
H. I.itloU
IOWA APPROPRIATES
$175,000 FOR 'FRISCO
.Mpeeliil Obtpnlcli u Kvriilmr llrraldl
Ih'K Mol m i. In . .Imi I I Hi. ite
Heiiuior i luiii. K Tl.otii.ih or Ki-ut
toda comph-ied a bill appropriating
llTri.nnn ror an Iowa liuildiug iiilfl '-
ill hit for the J-Miwiiia-I'uelllc exMal-
nnu ni awn riwuciaiii in iia. tue
Mil will be praaniou at tlie ffrWaWi
gwanuft hi imp .awwaww .sw wa
nianww suy u win bo rwaaati.
SENATE LEADERS
ASSURE WILSON
OF UNANIMOUS
SUPPORT
Refuse to Become Excited Over
Prcsidcnt'Eleot's Annonnoo
ment Favoring "Prog-ressivc
Preferences."
OLD SENATE RULES ARE
LIKELY TO BE UPSET
New Men, While Recognizing
Right of Seniority, Propose
to Have Full Committee
Control.
(II) I.Sn-eil W ho ."hiiIiik Hililtlil.)
U'aaMngton. Jan. in. - Preatdrnt-eii-
t Wilatm'a declaration at Trenton
VMlerday that he would "pleh only
P'ogregalvee" ror the work of the new
Kdminletrntloti, lirouffht from Uemo-
mtli- lender or th aenate today
atatementa that the new prcaldaiit
would have th aupnort ot u united
Ueniiw-rntli majority in the aenule
wrhen he hegan hla preatdenilul term.
Kffortu to nnlte the Democrat, with
th control virtually tvn to Ike
"prorralvia" hate haen m far tut
eeaarul thai leadi ra pradlet there will
In- no op. ri hrenk in the organltatlon
oi the new aenut c. Th- "reorgani
tion elemvnt" will, It la ii ndc rat ooi I.
lld the chalrmHnahlna of commit
teea to thi olilei aenatom .nt.ii.il -o
them u rank, imi will inalai ui
full otn- in in ntrol f phi m ..in-
mil tee and in th aele-tion -i i.i
member.
rtennlofa Martin nnd Mok- Smitu
iicognlted aa Ihe teadera of tin l n,
oi'l'litle rori-e In the aet.nlc noth i
ruaeit to aee ill tin- re mar ltd ot t"
praaldent elect nn apm-lai retereie
to the altuntton in the tonal and both
predicted a liarmoflloua aettlement ot
all difTereneea in that body.
I don't uiKleratnnd wh nn Iwni
ocrsl ahnuld he aurprlaed nt iha
larntlon (r ttoernor Wliaon. that he
la in in onl with the progreaaUe pol
ic lea ot ihe day.' aald Menulot Mm
Hit. "I am aura hr will find the. Hem
ncrntlc mrt in tile aennte aolldly with
him in Me vi- w-a he i-xnreata-ii I i ei
imtily know ot nn dtaeent from tlu-m
m-iwtnr MtwH mim:
Ml 4tMi, aw in niigal -oy
timoi,,; the neiiuiff il ot Ih- ai'li'ite
I llclle.- III. I' .1 ll.il lliolllo.ls ti'.lll "I
I l Ol IS
tl. it'
ni. in
V ; In 1. 1. .pi. .1 li
ve. v n n I in- oM " ml
. Moril v Mill .1 I .
i I i ..I lii,. i I. ol
. i ll lot .1 I .11 u I lll'i
Hill ' '
Uli'. I
III.. , II.
Ill I ' M il
:ank officers get
FI YEARS
President and Cashier of Idaho
Bank Must SerVc Out Full
Term of Sentenoe.
lily .cuncil Wlro to Ktrmliic llornltl
Han I'mn-'lHco, Jan. II -William T
K'i ,ij..-iiii.i. pr nidi nt. and ilcoru.
II. Kemei, iiiHhi.-r of the l.i'Wlaton
National bank, of Idaho, tnuat ael-e
the aeniencea of live year each lm
powd on 111 win In the I'nited Ktute
llatrict court of appeal. A il. clal-n
liaiuleil down here yeaterduy ontlrnia
the tluilitiK of the lower court.
Keppenhm-h and Kaater were con
vlctiHi on April 1. mil, of inrtttting
their atatemi-nt of rcaervea and al
ii ring tttelt report to the national
i-omiitrtdkir of currency fur a period
of m. en year. On each of Ave cotinta
the (Oiirl entence(l thetll to Ave
e.ira. but ihe aentence wilt run con
i iirrenth. not utnultiih-
M'DERMOTT MAY GIVE
UP GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
Hr I.ea-i-ll Will- to PM-niltg llecnlilj
, w 1 . k I. iii VI I.i l I r
molt, tin Mint Sun n-. iii t" win thi
open unit i II iiiii-.nhi. ot lli I'lill
id Hlat.M, uh- him In hi III. tb tot
two vena, mm not ii r.-n.l title
in ihe open to'irnam-in thin w-ur.
When Mi I i i mot t r.m hc.l New Vrn k
yeali-rdiiy he learned that the t"uma-iti-
tit had been act for June I and
at Hrooklltie. "1 guegg that will keep
me out or it. tie aatti. "u i - xpei i
to aald for Knalund about the middle
of May " Mcliarmolt aald he i-iunned
hi earl.t deiatrtnn In order n- have
nlentt ot lime to practice lor the
Urltlah open champlonahlp which la
acheduled ror the latter part -if Junt.
lit n malnlng tot the tournament ut
Hrookllni, M.lnimoti wouhl still
have time to set m-roaa the water and
llllc at lea! one week'M practice, (nil
he declared that in JukiIcc t t iiuae
who v.ic Una m Ina hln trie to Rng
land he omiht t- hut. more practice
nbro.-id.
NEW BATH TUB BEING
MADE FOR MR. TAFT
flly LeiiMil Who In Ktmiliig Huiittd
Vi w llaten. t'onn , Jan il ppaal-
dent 'tart will make hi home for a
time nt leaat neat "i-ilns ,it the hotel
here in ai ina nl i.aiu it wa said
in. i i that ihe entln ixih door front
wa ni-lng Kit i. irnri for Mr. Tart
wn.-rc he would have ami riHintg.
Tlie unit rnmoaellaa or Ihe woaM
; incut ia the inatnllnlion or a apeolgl
iaiip, which will lie three fel whja.
all reet long anil ffltN' raol geah.
; tii ti egMcte4 here nboiH Apr
n-il 1.
aa we puna in go oM for a
I law
vfaana afttr lativlig tha Whrta do
EL PASO HOTEL ISMST REOPENS HIE
5
OLD UP
Dctcotivos Raid a Private
Gambling Room nnd Make
Way With $6,000 in Dia
monds and Gdih.
(lly litMimal S'Iif in i:entng llaiMlil.)
5t ra3 TVs., J.i ii 1 1 -U a Roas
rom-er aeOrtW aet lc o,-rattVi for th
fnltel tmtff. gmveiwiiient and V. U
H hneidi-r." RMMir verrei oneeaMv of
the OenvarWt fMn ur.in.le railroad In I
., . . .
ColnroHi.. wgrre an. ted i. th RI
laao imtiee. thia riorning ahnrily after
mldalaht iatlowina a hnid.u.i of I
eleven gaitXant In tin In tel Met '
Tha paijdjt iWi-eivetf a tip
hold un tfMtra occur and
that thu
were in
waiting lit t Hotel dt. Regta. adjoin
ing. Thai- qlnHll that they could aee
the hold rtiromrJl the window and
that whlfcn waa taking place, they
rtMhed lltta gt tJotnl M io and
aught mm a ha waa coming down
the atalt lte police took 4I..1S0.M
cnh fthufi fl.AOA wot th of diamouda
ana utre rvvtivera from kom. xna 1
i aen wno war ronnen, taeniinen in
money and uinmonua ja ttieira. rn
men wetfe- Iwkeii Into their room
v hen the rohtacT . m.ip. l. Mehnetdei'
wua not
I in tbe hotel out wa
taken In1
oMtod liter In hla ortlfaa
in u. n
ttiHintna. wnere he ,mfl
lloaa oi
to the Vitern IMeetlve
agency.
Roan
t'ntt
a indfd with the
I garret acvice a fe
follow I na tha dtauovery
mont ha tatm
that certain rn
can reteela b' the
te, li. liiol li. ii i
'i'Ue.
aetaed from Meal-
I': ited fttittea de-
.. .! I.- lo -iil ,ii mi
BO! BURGLARS
ESTABLISH NEW
Rob Suvon Houses and Two
ei :.. r - A.w.nU,, rpt.nn
a'uriH. ill ziiiijwiun. aiiv-il
. .Tuy Sull Stolon Goods to.
Owner,
lly tard Wire HrrnlnB Herald)
I .iM nii I. k. I'al . Jan. II. After
haili r iiiiii.t aevrn rcaldewea, a.
ariief h";i and a tewelry atore
wiiiiin tbr.e hour lat night, b'red
eilcii Iti-HH. I cert It. ii ml Alllaoll Mi
lt , i aii h'iim hia Junior, wi-ra at
i . mi. .i nil loilu, , in .I.. 1 1.
The down-
ill .
. ... i
i. ur
i w in
H In
lie- toiilliiul luir
on ill". I v ,i w I In
l.ira nut due
tll.-.l to 'tell
i III- il Ml II
I I III III .'I
I i
.1 li .
,;l. !'.
Ii l) . i .
!'l '
III BATTLE GREEK
. ,. , , r .
Negro Prize Fighter Is Again
Handled By the Polioe
While on His Way to Tor
onto, Canada.
(lly I,.iiim-iI SIh ( ICvOliltig Heitilil.i
Uuttb .r.-ek. Mich. Jim. 1 1 --Jack
Johnai-u, ii.-arn lieuvt weight puglllHt,
waa taken on a tram here euiK tu
da by the M.iulc t'reek police, mid
la- being held, pending the arrival !
Chlcugo aulh
ritioa, who reumati
JoiHtaon wna nc. on,
ii Ife and tw i. ni ki
W detention,
paiil. -l n i i
f rlcinih
. i ordilia
. tin- o. nl ottlc, rn hi
to wa on hta wa I"
luiKlliHl n- being l-
1 1 . - of .i ii. ttlo fin ml
inliiutt.il ih.ii
't'.-i .-nin i'h
i. un. d -1 in
FANNY WARD, ACTRESS.
SEPARATED FROM COIN
Hy liWH'il W'lrt in ItAHiiliiK HarHhl
l.i.iiiluu .(.ni it A iU ' i oi li-
vor c win- maul' .1 hi-re todu agaiu-u
thi . in. iImii ii' irea. l-'annv Waul.
r Mt i.ou . .-ii tha petition of b i
husband. lo ch lwla, the Mouth Af
rican millioniH'e. Th ult. whlih
waa undefended, was brought un Ht.it-
ntori uronnili.
TODAY IN GONGR'BSS
HctMI(,
Wiiluugi-ii. Jaii.
1 1.
ned at n. mil
rtenatoi Mci,an urg.d r.nataga
oi a hill lm nioteollon or i-ilgrt-
tor' hiiii-
W W Wink 1 11 old caawpnt
fillida -iivi HligatUMf coinniM
antpi
IWMMI
how Anhhoid MMgin were oh
tamed
Indian hi lain onntniitiee up.
prated ri r.oluMaji authortaiiiK
the dcpatimetii gf Jhjatk-e Ip in
ventypite affair- at flvnw Indiana,
in Montana
HntigBii
Ontened it tuMNi.
liiaumcii dobate oa naatoffii
appropt n.i Ion hlH.
Atnnt approprlwthin mii oarry
ing itm.iau.i:: wtta wMirUiit
n.-urin " ihtops aaiaifa an
war and uieniti t&m mm. 1-
ran',..tniMrttaagW-4r wme
aauld hate a oum glMaigfr gfg'
Haw without a QgtMfwl fegaMt.
GENE Of DARING
drretrt
If
eangy
paan
t
XaHjgmlN
RECORD
L TOLLS
QUESTION
Intjroduow Bill to Eli minnto
Free Toll Clause Exempting'!
Americmn Conntwiio Sliips. I
(lly lioii'i'il Wire in i:n-nin lleraltl.)
Wnahlngton. Jim H s. n n..i l tool
tmtay Intrmtui-eii u tiili to nm nil .hi
PRIMilM canal ail to eliniln.tte the
IirovltrtoH aaamptln American conat
wfcw ililfM trow the tMymotit of toll
The Mil It eKM(ed to reopen th
iirrim fliWMHm of r 'una ma roiin now
re't. Itrt all and fv
ptte the Wy fot l new dlM ntwlon of
,Mb(t, J the K. mm .
mnalor Hoot gave noMci- th.i he
would anflak Jnuar i In unuori at
hi hill, and H la
nndi riood th a
I number or other
iuite Ihe iiuealloll.
the Menate huu
leiintora will ile-
.Vl.l II OICllll- If. I'l'
dec In rod reelill
thut they latorod. meeting tr-at Brit
nin ohjectiona to the canal law by
repealing the rraa tall rvlalon mill
tr than -nimiit iha whole -mbject tu
arbitration ..n the qu 'Nilon ol th1
riihl ot the UngkM flat en. to grant
frea puamige to Amerii .m ow oed
fallpa. Senntor ttool oMi-eii ih
f, tou tmvhiion
When the a t w .ia
- aa !.
and aUic iron
haa favored
either arbitral lou
I Hie
MHklng nut
of the- da ilea.
Which 'IViiei m tiilHHP.
Waahlnaiou. U. C. Jan. 14. -Aluin-
Inum, ateel watch inm.-meitw m '
. machine lonla were on ihe progi ni
i of the houac cominlttc on nuin ml
naana today, wh n it met to in ,r
left-over wltnaw ho w.-re unabla
to teotify at the Iron ami ate.-i hear
Mf gun week. W. 11. 1 winner, of
TMitaburg, Ponnyl aula, prualdent of
the Canibrbi Uteel c-ogftpanr. aald that
ompan -wnd oronortlea .voith
T.s.oon.oea and emnkiyad m.ono men
maiiufaeturlnn hvat year more t it m
i ooo.DOo tona or ralla, atin ! nrH:
i...rx. roda and wire nalla.
n- urged upaelfh' and not ml ..ii
orem iiutlea on Iron and ateel pro-.I-i
i-..
The Wall ham Wan-h eontaan. .!
I leged to lie In "the watrh IPnar" wna
m -atlgated at the outaM toda K.
i'. I'llch ot Waltham. Maaa., teti-
lug that the company could maniii.i -
lure watch dial eheapar than li-
oouid buy abroad wild ihe WuJthani
' Watch com(Min wa orlglnnlly oapl
. lalhitid nl J5.aa0.00i), that It ranrgnu
i lid with u i-iiplniltaatUiii of li'J.ooo.-
BliO. langllile urtr nt 9,nSt.A0A with
batvtiti. and good will worth fz.nTu.
tt. "
The wltnene lotd of tho Turin r ck
l,.,,,,,, r u., ,
- .
that tut 11-
t-uiiiDuny
Mir tn
three Mariner In llie
ugeiH,
each of which recatva
u ear.
0 aalnry
To tiivuatlKtiiH tlii i iv Imllitiia.
Wttaltlngtoii, Jan. 18-- A reauliitton
atithorialng the department of Juati. u
to Inv. ntlRutc the affiura of the t'row
Indian in MontaHa, waa appi-oved to
day by the aenate eonimlttoe i-)itd-urliiK
It.
Mailt on Unwind t 'oniliiuca.
WiiKhlngtou, .Inn It. opimaltlon
to the appointment ot i'lintoii W.
Howard, aa a fedora I iudge for th.
Matu of Washington, wna ren.-w-il
I., lorn the aennte committee mi Ju-
iiciury totlay by gnnat.-r Poindext.r.
lieliinil clnatNl door, loriiier Senator
l-il v niuuirad to gofap.! Mr Howard
.iK.nuat i-hura;ea nlleglng nnriiii- ei for
lm feilcral beneh I'r. Kill. hi Tan
nominated Mr. Howard la hi summer
alter Judge Ilinilord reatgru. l. inn
imp ii. hnn-nt pro eedltiga ug.ilii Ii m
n. re iM-ndiiig lb Ihe lloui .
Hoiiw ItlonKf INMiihl Aineuiliiicnt.
Waahinalon, .Tgn. 14. The fullom
amendment t tb poatorico ppi-
iiriuiiuu uui BnniiaaBggamT raniitiM
d.-m which pUmmMI aagfatant poMtm i-i
era mid clerka of flfat and second
claaa offloaa and uoMmnatem of the
ronrth-ctnoa undttf kdvll aervice. waa
l-ejected bt the Hoile todllN. Ill to
I mi
ATE 115 E
LIGHT BILL
VERT SICK
Los Angeles Lottery Agent
Tlioug'ht He Was lit ting ft
Lotts-ry Tlekut. Stomach
Riios in Revolt.
flly liratrd W'lre in livealuc neralUl
l.os Angolc.i, Jan. M Joi w-Un
i In ih- city .tall today auflering irnni
ihe 1 1 fet oi having eaten un . lit
trie light bill In mtatake for loiteiy
tlckeiH Aa aevaaal poilcem.-n mi
proiiehcd hun In PHlttalow n. A ih
gralib -d nom papcra Horn hi- -i"
iMM-ket and tiirtid chawing them, A
Hcarch oi hla a?roii renai'd .i nmi
Iter id 'hlncni lot rc-l in ki-ta, nu
in dl4Ul b him' ol' Iiih mtatrtk .
Welah cough. . I up lln ele.tii- Hunt
hill.
M i henig nei.l mm a l..i rt intent.
hieavist vaSiiAiT Qi?
GIVIL WAfll IS DEAD
'Siii-i-IhI llfspalaji tu llvmilni: llrraldl
Airaiwu aia, fi. i
, peter iln aVnv. aald to in. i
l ull war vateran. iad vit.ii,
t'h4 J-ake. Mm WM-iagu
it 17 ninbi
when in 'tcpned 01 r
e.i, h 'I i to plegae a
hit. twilvc . bltdreg and
.il - . t I
HA lo I In
Ihni lii.ni'l
oaUdreii H
- was Til vein-: old ill. I
r the Kiliet) Him Nc n
m He waa ahnt in an
.uui carried m, op, u
'hw Unie of hla death.
iTopfnil'int.
angv4pliii' ni
' uiul ahUl
GANA
aJNtH-r
mm
lid BBia
am
MIL CHANCE NOW
N
Allies With 400,000 Men Un
dor Anns Prepared to Crush
Turkish Stronghold in Mut
ter of Horn's.
TURKS DETERMINED NOT
TO LISTEN TO ADVICE
Bvidontly Thoir Purpose to
Rofuti tJio Offlaoi of tli
Powoi aMtl Fight It Out.
flly tteaird Wire t tlvenlair Iferattl)
London. Jan 1 .-Tb- Utteal ad-1
Icea receded t ihe TurkMi dvb '
gHtee nhow that thi it toman rtio-l '
i oi in II hue no i Rt i at v.onatantin.i- '
pie ei and Ii protatbly will not no 1.1
Tha Turkiah -iivoyi. Uwdenrtnnl'
that xmmii faahn . ih grand vii.r. ;
will II. nil nrnti.il.lttli .uMtei. ikniLiI
ahou.'l
the -li tint Imi dev.-ion in auch
a way
-mat tne grnn-t nn,ti will h culled
together. iitHMirver or th atiuaita
in London expreiw the opinion th.if
(Turk.- will reject the mlvice of th
j Kitr-iieuli miw l-a anil that hoatilltlea
v . lit i I eitiiined
The r.-i.r. H. ntMih en ,,( tti Hwlkiifi
i nin. ... .!,-. Ur. thai me .ir ready to'
i.i- -ii .eiit- no - i that imi
ICiv. III .li i.a.l 11.1.1 ..I I !...! IMmim'
ib. ni tun. Him oi i lo ir trooiw '
. . iitrnl. it .ileum! th- fartrcaa '
oi A.i. ;Jn..pia and ..long the line of
Tihtaiio irhli. an the heavy alage
laitten. him ln. inui-ed In NMltloll ,
uiiori Aiiriauopi-.
tlenerai lWovKdi
t he flervlan
hero of M'-nuatlr. .iertN that within
two day Adrian.. pic can now be cap
tured Although i he mobilisation
the Kiinnlan .mil liallmi armiea Ja de
nted there Ik no doubt thut Atartria
Hungurv uuiintiilii n.i urmamattta
ftlll with the object ot ciilot'i-InK Jier
cIuIiiim in the ItalkHna. enpictally In
Albania.
The plenlpol.-ntlarlea or tha alllaa
remark that the attitude ..f Aitat r ta
ll uimarv la not ao much n go I imi I Htatn
IT.'j
us agalnat Italy and thai for
r. aaon. oving to the rlvairv littlwaPii ,
l be. ii. I wo member
ra..r th. triple al-
llabce, the lialknii Hlates v Ml Hiiff r
Ttiuy uwH.-rt that Auatila ll.mjpir -
depriving Montenegro m M. uinri. on
ly heenuac In . aa-- that It .loc not
become the cupttul of Albania. X
lono. which I under ihe direct Ini'lti
ence of Italy, will he choaen.
AI.I.IKH HAY I'tlWlAfir VOTI
..... is iiv viTHl) tHLTOXlHi
de.-lMion definitely to hr.k up tha
ai i ouferelice III I.olldoll, atllllll-
inueoualy with tho praaeutaUmi to tin.
Turkiah govornmant of tha not9 of
the Plurnttean powera, waa raaaheit
today by tho chief of tin- peaea itelv
gMUona or the Balkan ullk-a.
Thi ilirennnlng note of the alllaa
to the Turk la to ha worded in await
way that It will liceiiinc afftottva
only in the .iv nt of the ttoiuaii Kv
mment refusing compliance with
the ndvlee given to It by the amlMW
aailora ol the Kuronean power.
The m. nib. r ..i (h Halkan loaKue
ire of th opinion il a. .he note draft
ed by the I !uroe ;ui diplomat in h.
illluted i hat u rcqulru the uiltnti-inr.-
of a tiiullalnir ionic mid thlx.
th. . tlnnk. will aupplied by lln 1
Hit. .i t.. lontiiuie hohiilltie.
WORST OF THE OHIO
S
FOR PEACE
TIE EAST
Civic Authoritiesat (Mnolnnfttljilia W fei
Are Ttucod to Oare for thu ,I,,M-. ' U
i
People Made Homeless uy
1
DOlUgO.
lly l.ttail Wit o in llvtinlitii Hnmlil
. nn mnati. u.. Jan. H. -Th Ohio
nei . oiitlnued to rtaa slowly nt t in
.'Intl.ili tod u, bill It waa Iteliexed that
th. mint -f the Pood was cr The
riae in the lat twelve hour wax only
Ihr.c-ientn of una foul. Local
Wiiather Korecaater Devereaux pr
illi tid that tha trust would be ra h. -I
aom- time during today or tntor"w.
Evr thing possible is being "'e
for the a.ttiin ur more famllie dri-. en
from their h..nien. Thsy t- u'
looked utter In the cltl unllioi-i i
un,l ilia, in lelui imiitil'i' ii.
DUN IBS DEAL TO PUT
CRIMP IN SUNDAY BALL
t laaanl Wit a to ICvontn HSralil
Keokuk, f.t.. Jgu. 14. Mtw. r.dna
O'Harra. general aicretarV ot the
local V. W. ('. A.. tg4i rtimled thui
tin organlaatbin plannad aeUng aah
St-rtptlona from local htiaineaa peoplo
for thn liMnt club of the I'.-nirol "
cuiiion on tKtndiilon thut the lutwt.ail
eiithiialaHlx Monhl .ll,ipeine w .th Mun
dtn hatu-bili
JOE RIVBRS MEETS
CROSS IN NEW YORK
ply lioamut Wire in llrciiluu ItrrabU
New Yuri.. Jut 14. e Mvera.
IlK M.Nl- ni l;btwiigW, Will make
hlg In -i 'I'll. .ii. ilice lit thla Htv to
night in . mall Ii with la it'll .'rui-i.
H l.l
i, 11111111 I'tllHi-lde. Hold m II
h.,1.1 i
tin
in ii.
I ...I I I lie A HI l. Kill . I V lll.lkl
V . Il,l' III I 1,1 1 llll I ' llo -o
II ! i Iii1. I .1 i llllll l l,l
i.-h. tlen. ik mini io meet oUe
..iiimi
i h
Ml
i.i.x. c in the itghtailgtn
. - ,-i ..ml I be hai-del
Il III'
-h I .1 . ' 1 1
'in ii !m :
I- I in d
oretllioii
the I ... I
-''j l"'l
li- I i-i lln vonlllH
if ilnckl -aitrulh and
tli.niaeli tuda in
1 1 it r- lit . i m. ""
lit' I i -HI, II. lo
- nt i ih 1 1 e.e i-
11.. ,
Ih.
nin
or
ha
u t
IE OF PEACE IS
BROODING OVER
2ND SESSION OF
LEGISLATIVE
ASSEMBLY
Expected Trouble Fails to Ay
pear When Gavels Fall a.
Noon Today; Governor 10
Read Message Tomorrow
Morning. ,
COUP BY THE SPEAKER
TAKES ALL WIND OUT OF
SAILS OF 0PP0SITI0H
,
Lawmakers Inclined to Forffefe
? "B""
Politics and Attend Slriotly
to Passing Laws; Fallf 5t
elootion Is Likclv.
fSiirelnl DUpnlrh to Hrrntac; Iferatdl
Snnia V n. At., jnn. H-Cnltu
and nnaAafHl an ilia anulnn ..r n....
h.u.l i,... .... r.-T-.i
Mealnu at tl. rtM li.i.i...
i.iy r th.- atata of Nfcw AImIco "own
ft,,, hualniaw prOmpOy at to
day. M
Humor of trouble, or a fight ovrr
ih,. H.HkvrahIi anil a flsia ovor trs
K.nntorahlp, enrrant horo for this
imat week all prov.a! unfotindetl. Tho
old oijaritaatHin of tho antuito la com
pletely in . ontrol with shmatar 3Uera
of Hnndoval i-ounty aa iirealdent pro
tem and Henator Hult or Uoai Ana
ti.M.i leader for tho majority, AU
thla waa datMllad llpo-l at n CAUUU9
or Uepnbtleati avitalora yenttirtlny nft-
einooii, wumii waa nttoiiileil
hv ovnrv
i irieinoer or tile moiorltv. In.-l.i'lfm.-
Senator lli Cuy, why in tb ; nWid
"7'. 7,....? .i i e.gua
JZ"" 2",." . .
. nuiMii ut tiur.iiiii.i, utl
a v., weil pmirehi.'. wna preaoat when
Hie in eltiiK Waa culled tu order, hut
left early thi'rtuftar. rofiiHlni; to bo
bouiui liy any action of the itturun.
Tlte ciinnilM ot fineukor lluau lt
nlglit. afltw ot'mntlni? noH, tleoldcd
that tlirtr it to oust tho upcaker
wna liopelewa anil Ihe K'hHtmiau frow
l u "If1 iouuiica rutain hla
' ""L"'? "'.L2f-llw X!iV
maut, I'i. will dutititlcMN rirtfHn hla
uay.pQfxion no- apoukfir ohco morn
proven mm., ir a.i nldo political gctt
mt and put oiu- over on th ructtl
cltiatit hkiiiI.. -f hia own party by
aaeurlnrf th. uppurt of tha progres
sive In tho hoiiMa. Thla little plec
of work waa HuoninpllshOil by tho lip
(ointment of Claorite W. Armljo.
prialdantlal elootor on tho Hull Mooan
th-kei. aa Interpreter for tho house,
Mr. Armljo la n flrt-elnM tnturprw
ter: the proKreaalve are aatUflcd, tho
JHutiocrata raftme to onter Into n iiom
tdnation analtwd the apOaker and IhO
(epuhlloMia are divided; ao Una Mr.
linen eHieVKPfi triumphant from what
threatetttui to bo an ugly tiilxup.
Iitimadtately upon the iidjnnrninent
.f the hotiav, a call for a caucus of
the nepiilillaan memherH of Hia houna
wna Hiinannosd. Tho nteetinR I In
in- held lit the office of Hpi-uker ni
thla eveulim gt 7 nvinrk It lit bfl-
I
d Hint the tvtuctia will ngroe upon
iiiunt'iitHte ri-Hi-n-tioti ot ISuniitor
mid Hint tho elect Inn- will hit
irrtiid out In atrltit noconl Willi tho
I i- ituireinenia of the fed. -nil iftv w
Jh.it there will tie no tuoatlon Qr thn
t eti.,tor'n rjKht to hla neat after March
, I next. Wlpm hla flrot ttirm Asfplrra.
The lioaxo wua. (Ntllod to? wrdor
, protnpUir at psoti hy Kpoiikcr unci.
ina KRiienoa were crowtiau, ntttny
i wfinu nwiirti nun
i T .i'iV" ,V" ',t r4Ji"T ",v
oh thM IttrtMtttHra to foruet ?ffcU(a
onnl
dUTereuaal anil to work tosaUier In
harmony for the heat imetniitanof thn
Male Tie (hanked the iiii-mbr for
their "prnaaloa of t-onildiiiet in hint
1 in noosing him is speaker at the lust
session, and assured them tlmt ho
bor no ill will acalaat those who hail
opposed him Mr. iturg of Iternallil t
mot ed tlutt a loinrniitea of ftva be up.
pointed in n'ltHt tin- governor that
tin- hi-uiK- wo. In mwnon and ready for
inii!ii' t and thai i i. minittee oi tlvo
lio naiiied to uoiirv tb aanalp to tho
;im, i-rfert Mm, nnra, Cordova,
Tuii and I-il-.iol. an. I rairm ero
ii.iiinil .ii. a i'omuiitie.. o notify thn
Hio.iuor. ml tu. ""uiiltle to notify
i i he innate wan cumpo wl of Moreno,
I' lioiov. rhriani. ii, mttlt nmi House.
I Moitae )iitl No i bv lleprcsentativn
''i.. ii n -i io ironinte the mfety
i pimifertgcra ami mployeH on Mtaam
iilro.id within thi uite, wna Intro
iliicd This la identical tUh tint
oii'.oiure known i t -e full ernw WU
passed b Ihe hotc ,t the Ult SCH-
lon .mt wilt, ti dli-'l iii the tjejjifio.
House bill No. . uy fhrlfunan, nn
w-t to .lean Hie Jurisdiction ot pro
. an courts and to prnvhle mrjrtprienla
tiiei.'iroin .taa mir.aluced. . iThU la
mother meiiur w-oleh failed llri
nnsa-
aiie ..I l hi I.imi neasinn.
ii. ma Mti v. ; by MewftiDm, nn
t iKtulring tne appointment of nt
..i; .-ni man upon the state hoant
of i uucattoti wua iniroUuied. HMolu
tion No. 1 ay Llewellyn, enltlnR upon
stale nfflver t.. t- room, usually
uecni.'.-rt hv -nrp-nlttieiHI of ttlw Doulo
was iidop-l wllltml llaaant,
': n"Aa5 Jfe&P offerad by
Maj-r l. vtsnrsWllilK UKalnal
lha itrajlt a( rwlp9 C)HalH, a rnU
dent or wu Oraiiwgt wliti whs forcibly
netted hy imi oglcet and two Soldiers
of tin- (nitad mi a lea and traruipnrteiV
trotu L" frueca to KI Paao. TfJ9 res
nluiioti reeltea thm Piisalea tvaa n
laAreflll resident of t tAWn Of Iji
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