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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.
JU&jk'Ji
SJBSH -
inafMaiifMaifMifS
POINCARE IS
CHOSEN AS
PRESIDENT
OF FRANCE
Premier Elected By National
Assembly itt Versailles on
Second Ballot, and By Safe
Majority.
VIOLENT SCENES ATTEND
PROGRESS OF CONVENTION
Newly Elected President Opens
His Career With Formal
Challenge to Mortal Combat
to Avenge Insult.
WraHlll.M. Jmi. 17. -Premier
Polueore was Heeled proeldoul
of the Crouch rapuhlh. by lilt'
imtlffiiHl assembly held here to
day. Mil till' NOf4llld ballot.
Tli it-Mult ir the Mjeond I will t
was:
IIAVMii I'lilNTAMK. IS.
( IlleClCd I
JL'I.HK PA.M8.
MAIM I! UltlAltll VAti.'-.ANT.
eti votes.
e9e.aoet,49
NliW
I'ldlHIHCVT STA Itl'S WITH
'iiai,i.k.N(;k to no:i,
VtirMillln. I''rnin'. Jhh it iMf
tilr UnviiitfiKl I'oiifciir hum I
hi' ox-Premier t Untrue Clemi'm
I Tm opening todiiv of tlic it
titr KiiviiiiiikI I'nii'riir hum Innultuil
im in at
nutli'iml
UoiiKrni fiji' t ho I'li't'tlou of a irixi-
llillt II I'liltiotiri' ill iinri' lippollltnil
Arigtlil.. UriHiiil. thf iiiiiilmor or Jim
tti. mill I.. I. Klut. mluUti-r of ri
imniii'. to net dm bin ki'tMiiitlw uml io
HrrmiKi a iliii'l
h'uuuturN uml iluputitm t.t l'luiac ur
i Ivj'il ihruUKhuul tln fotciioun todjy
to tnlii- tmh in the oluetimi of a muv
prntldi'iit or thi' rrpuhllu. I'riwldi'iit
giillurlim' -icvun-jour tiTm jxplron on
TOirimn fx
N'omliiiilh h': riir'Mulatii'M of
t.llO Ill'llplc H IT Ollt 'I li d to Xllll' to-
tlii In tin iiuttuiiMl mwuinlily uou
finMl In thi- Hiii'b'Mt nilUiifi nf the
IsIiirii of l'runi.'i. Th. orriilul clof
tor IikIiiiIiiI r!7 ilfputii" mid .'loo
tmtorii. but tin- iiuinbiT rcilurvil
iiwIiik to iiiHiii'U'H .'nuneil by ilrHtlm
unit rrb;natbiUH nr b- llliu'w
I'ri'inlor iticiiHiiul I'tilni'Mri' .mil
lh nii'inburi" of hie rahlni't .iitaimI
IuiJuIIiit Niinii' hi'iir" hifirt' thi- mii -
lllR llOKHII
.Mill' I'uiiim. Hii- mlnifti'r of nrt
ciillur.'. w niii hiiioiik tlu'tii Mr
hail wnt to tlii- pri'inliT iMrl in tlu
myrtiliiK m imtf ruiitHlnliiR IiIh roll;-
nil t bin troni tlu- lublnet mid notlf li.rt
1 lu ii that hi had Meptutl tlm miiill
lnw for thf - pri"od.-iii' of thi' n--illljlli'.
I'roiulir I'oliKur.' IiiiiihiIIhU'Ij
ilMlKUMteil I rnlnilHiiil tiavbl. at
prtPiit tiilumtiT of I'oiiiiui'r.'t'. i t.ik
nCr a I no t hi piirilfiillii of aurli iilturr
tanh bnli-'t oi't'tiplod Hliuoat tliren
hnurii. tin' ilrputle Htid m-uatoris
w&re oulld upon Hiruttih u alphu
beU1 ord.ir to plnon their bullot
paffr In th in n
CantldctHUlo noiiiinotlmi aa
attned b a t.trniiRir MkliiR to ob
tHltl OIlttMlir' Into the pHUlff WIidii
h miff iioppi.il ti ii K.'iiiini inn, mid
njikod bin bii.-duoK. be pullml nut a
rovyjviji mid mIiouUmI-
'"rhii nbfi'llon Hhniibl not take
plane " Hi' -it oini' ilUai iiumI and
nrrtlol.
A iiutiibiT oi oihi'i Miipi'i't a lno
ort tiiki.'ii Into I'lmtody. Tin- tt
urniniint took iinumml iiillltury and
pnlWti mi'Hfciiiii h Ihhi: ihi rail" ay
lliiHg fnun I'arln to ViiuhIIIiik, whli-h
hio KiiHiili'il tin' H'hob' dlNtmii'n
mllllar) iii it poMtod at lutenalu of
IDA ynnln
A fnrot' of X.aoo imiIIciiiiimii iIthvmi
(nun all HI lii u( I'm nor wiim brouKhl
llor' thhi miiinliiK n i'll aa ilntucli
ttiautM of tioopn ol all ariiiN, Hhllii
tho RtirrlWH of 'emalll.n wan i'iiii
MtjMil to Km iiuartora.
Thi' national amu'iublx hhh opiMii'd
piHiniitll at i o'l'loi'k tb In iillnrtioiiu
by Antotilii Inilnmt, pronldMiit nf tin
niuiat'. who ri-ad 1 1 1 ilorrtH' or ronxo
ciillon In a loud rloar vobe.
Wvurr boh f utian- In thi- ttrtrut
hall hum oii'uuli'il Nliii-UuitliM of
thy pan I torn in tin' Kii.rii ti
wdiiiuii. K I'rvbndy prtfiit u
tailttltr ulth Ntraluail attinttlou whi'ti
HUddOill)' a tbunilrroim uli'i' froui the
Imih" of thi- hall nlinllt. il:
"Wo protvHt aKMlniii" -Thf rt of
tho phruiK' hum lout In a tumult of
iTlyn mid iixi'liiiuatloiiH.
'I'llii xuli't WHf mat at tlii' i'oiikurv-i
ath-n ilnputy. thr MarouiN Albert l
Ulun. wliii when thi uproar bad ihiiii
wliul iitiildod, Ktiiilml nfroah:
"We iruti'Ht aKahiHt thf tlii'llon ol
tba prtaildi"it ot thr rctnilill- by tmr
llauiunl liiftoail or hy tho puoplo."
'i'lie tytyiiinbl)' HKltatoil anew by
HhoutH friim a Houlal (li'iut, "iIohii
hUIi t lie umtilri'.'' Thi' lti'iiililkaii
rupllotl by iliuorluK, "Idim IIvk tbu
itipiiblle."
SuiiHtur Diibont. who in a lutermi
tMirrimiiHiitarlHii, KiinlualU roatortd
ordur by iiiIiiiiuiImIiIiik tin awamu y
libit Hitrh liitarrupttoim wt'ii duplortt
b mill f Utile, aa well ax bidllK oolf
Irurv to tin- ruloa of what hum iimrj
1y an iduulural rolhKf, hIiiti- niutlniin
and apiH'oliHir. vOiati'iiT thi'lr cbarn -lor.
wnrf not itiruiiflble.
Apoloubw Art' Prompt.
UiiiitiK tin- proi'i'i'dliiRH ol Hoi ni
tluiial UMMIliblV. flmilBi' Cli'inonutrtll
UlHili" u witltiirtiii oxilau.'itluii to
II riii nd and M. Kimit. hIio .iuu bni
mm I to him h I'n mini' l'niiiiiiro n'l-i
a I ft' u In a latter bo riKiolvi'd luntl
ivuiiiiiK rruiH thf . x-iiraiiin't'. tiii- mi
diluiit I thuriHoir 1'iiunbliil'cil c'om'il.
Ouptlly Dc Moiula and I'uul I'm
lour, formar mlnUtir of Ulmr. lo
qtiutreled lu Hiv lorililors of 'he pal-
mcp of Versailles, mh h result of which
M. Mimslo Mint IiIh seconda hi M Hon
cotir. Mfe HMory of tlm .: PiiihIi
President,
lti i'tiitjtul Polnoarc1, llio uaw ptsl
dent or tli( I'ruiiuli ropublltt, 1st one
of tho strongest men who have Par
ticipated in politics In l-'riMii" within
recent jours II.- Ik tit his ( JrJ vciir
H till llH- bl'ltl III politic KI0 It I w
mirlv youth. Imvliu been fleeted
deputy In 18x7.
I'n hidciit I'oiiicMtu has been n min
ister In tunny Crencli t'liblnols, huvltig
served mh iiiliildtor of agriculture,
minister of public instruotlon, minis
tur of fltuuiec mill iih premier. He
wa vl.u president of the ohumbor of
deputies (or four yours Hp iioum
premier him) minister of foreign at
fairs on January M. lest your.
M I'lfliiriiri' In h Inwvor bv prof hi.
'iion. He if h Ifni ii prolific hiiIIi r
Hint m i oiPiiilior if tin" Preiich ucaile
iti). which gives rank mm hii "Im
mortal." Ill' IIIMllt' H great pl'THIIIl! Wierll.CU
wlt-m In- became premier, rnr In- gave
up mi cxtrnmoly lucnttlvi' praellae nt
thi' Iwr. Ills i-1ihiiiiuv U ii proverb
In Prance mill even hla strongest pn-
Mtlt'Ht Uppliflfllts t'XPrOMH OOtlf IlllttllfO
In hi honesty of his purpose.
President I'liiiii'iin-'H futlmr wiim a
irnmlintit public iiirirlnl anil nnr of
IiIm brulhiTM hIwh iiccupIhm h IiIkIi pout
In Uir Rmrnin'iiiHl wn'lw
MudMiiio 1'iiliiuarc hk Mlo. Ion'
rlctta lli'iiuici. mh Italian. Klic mul
her IiuhImuiiI huw occtipleil fur matii
youm mi Hpurtmi'iit on ih Axoni.o
Ix's t'lmmpM Mi'i'. mill tin y will n.ii
liMf fnr l ki hi-n Ihry Icmvi fur
th pri'Mlilniliiil rcxlili'iiiT. the I'litac'
of tin Klif n l'cbrinr IS xt
ClAPP COMMITTEE
ENDS LETTER
E
Last Witness, Employee
Senator Foraker Fails
Confirm Alleged Offer
$15,000 for Documents.
of
to1
of!
(It; 1,1'UihmI Wire tu KronliiK Herald J
Washington. Jan 1 7 Ulb hrixt
Wtewnrt. a rieKro lawyer. ihmiI In t'hl-i
eauo H fnriiiui' Seiinior Koraker lo
Hi' a HtatemelH fnun Wllllum Wlil
llebl. a riirmer stuiidiird Oil niPMicti
KOI. about t'le nali- or the Atvhhuld
etteir, anuifut'od aaaln today belore
tlm I'lapp committee lnvitlatlii '
oampalirn lundH. without adding muuh .
Ilitht upon the Intldent. Il mtttlti
Niinii rrectloiiH tu hln iirevloiiH ten-
tlmony
Under iiueMtloniiiR o .Senator I'om- j
erene he (lonleil havlDR uoulldud to a I
friend that he wax to Ret MB, QUO for,
IiIh uork "for the hlRtceHt people on
earth. Wall at reel. .
.Senator I'oiucrene iiueationed tin-'
n iiiii'nn ill. ill nil iii.i.ift.i i.v I'liiuii
wltlienH froiii mi allldavlt by J'hlllp I
Hrown of V:biVi,o Hhlch Vaa ot
. I .fci.i.ii, I
I
iiinni im'il
The
lomimttce hiIJoiii lied Indellu-
Itely
AINT LOUIS MEN
ST GIVE MORE
BAIL
Friends of Morrin and Barry
Unable to Oct Sufficient
Security; Tvcitmoc's Bail
Is Arranged.
lly lH'nrel Who lo KienliiK Herald
HI Umln. Jau i; -The St l.ouls j
labor li'Hili'ia. n bo iecinty Hltuoiiticed
nun tiny iihii arraitReii nan rur r. .i.
.Morrlu. one or the alleged dynamite
i oiispiratoi'H, Irm ncil loday that the
ncciirttliiH they had obliilued were not
Hulllcteiit An etrort nlr hua boMU
lllMde liHtc to HttfUte ImiII ror J. 11.
Hair, another of Hie conspirators.
"Wo can llnd any number of men
Him can ituultfy fur jr.,oiin or $10,-iihii.'-
ftiMUl t'liaiiea J lmmert. eha li
ma u or a committee appointed b the
biilldttiK trade toiiucil to arratiKo the
IioiuIm.
"Tlic iiiivuriimeiit i'iiitlre that
evers man who xlaus the bund milut
Im- able to my the entire bond in now
it is rorotrtnii, ami iiiiIhus ho can mm
two mini worth not loss than jae.000
to si, :n Mm iIii'm bond and twu man
worth not lea than ttti.uaii nich to
hIxu Harry 'a bund, there is little pros
pect that they Hill be released from
the federal prison pendtriR tho uppaiil
of tlielr cases "
TioltmiHtV Hull Amiiiutil,
San rranclsio. Jam 1 1. -CIhi'IiioI
Hurk will be completed today un the
bunds of Olaf Tveltmoe. secretary ol
the California HlilldliiR TratloM ootlli
ell. one nf the ilviiamltc eoiiHplrulura
lmprlunutl at Leaven worth, Kan. The
I 'lilted Stale commissioner's ullliiti
here, uhich appioscd the ImiiiiIh ta
liinlH). tliouwhl they would probably
be torMiirdod to Leavenworth lor
Teltmoe'M alRiiattire. thence to Indi
anapolis, tor JiiiImc Amlersoti a ap
proval, late toda
Tvoltmoe'H ball. ienduiR ii rwviow
of the case, hum set at ,""(), for
wlilch IioiuIh In IhIck Hint miiiii worn
reipilred. Ills wife ruriilMhnl Uii.oun,
the larcHt bond offi red
AUTOMOBILESMASH
KILLS ST. LOUIS MEN
(llj 1ctiM'il Wire lo Hvenlna Iforald
ft UllltH. Jit II 17 ItllMMWll P.
Duvle ot risv eland .iisist.ini Murytary
to Mrs. Hcli'im Itrtiton. ovtiisr of the
eit LoiiIh Xutionul leanue bumiball
elub and William II Walters of HI
l.ouls, oreoHlwiit of .i inn ell com
pany, were Idlti'd In in automobile ac
cident liare tnij.tv
iULZER GOES INTO
REPUBLICAN
CAUCUS
Bernalillo County Man's Par
ticipation Believed to Be
Final Step Toward Har
mony in Republican Banks.
EMPLOYE QUESTION NOT
ENTIRELY ADJUSTED
?irflal DNpatrh In ItrrnlaK llrrnlit)
Smila IV. M . Jnn 17 The llf
intliilian tio l"rx in i hui u thin morn
Ini;, lor tlu- Itrnt limi'. i-njoyi-d the
piiiinre i,f Ktnalor Sulzcr of Her
imllllo. Tin- aniiouiKd iiurpiHia of
the fiiiicufi waa to ni-ttle wjina llttla do
tnlM of thi' oinployo iiiKtloti, which
bud bri'ti left opt' n.
.Saiuitora Hutier and MuriiH hit !
putntml a (Ointnlttoc to lnvot1nnt tlm
niHttcr uf Klvltnc ail'Jltliinal pay to
, "Hpltol .'in ploy on durliiK tho loKlnlatlvi)
jinoiwku. It waa tb,. ctiotom lu terrl
. torlal dnyii tu double tho pay nf i-npl-tol
einiiloyi'H for th lxtv dH' Hhnn
thi'lr UtittiMt wsre made heavier by tbei
I prejioiice of the la wimikorn. It la by
i iiu inemifi eortaln that thla preeedent
' 111 ft... kI I .1 .... . ft. .. ..... ........
!
m.ii hit ii'iionvti irv irvnui ivkib
lature.
Tho i-atu-iiH tbla morulne dni'lded
upon the appointment of Mlm I. oil
Hliulien nf Albuiiuarnuo iih a men-
j ora tiller, at rtx iliillnrii per da
I Ily hoiii. the praaonre or .Senator
HiiIiht at the raucim. I held to Indl-
mil.a Ihu li.iullti ..f ttii hrcai'l. Ii.i
; I ween the Heinalllln .ounty men mid
Hie Itepuhlb-Hli III tbi' m-nate. and to
llidliati- Dial I'T thla wi-aaltin at leant.
tber Hill bf but Iwo partlea In the i
lellature Iti'publlcmii and Demo-;
laic nil i ronri'Biii'ii ri'iiimn i
ttr"Mi'
lln Hill
mil it in uliiioit certain that
! t an ItrpulilU.iiln.
COMMITTEE
HARD
AT
SALARY BILL
r, e:...:i..
luctiauiu w iti uk kjuuiiui hi
Form to That Passed at Last
. , -. , n
Session and Will Take Care i
Of District Attorneys.
1
I
. . . . . . .
10 r VT'pr?Vu "" "5 '.'.f."'"' i
rniiiiH r u, i . itm i . i in 11-
I mi nee lomnitltei' or both hoiiaea met
lu Joint Ni'Miimi M'Htcrdiu utternooii
mid eleited a auli-i'Olilllilttei' or three
Muuatora and three reprutsentutUea to
draft a county aulary bill The pro
poiied m on hii re upon which the com
mittee in HurktiiR today Hill be hum
Iwr In form to that pa weed at the taut
m'kkIoii, and Hill provide aalarlea for
dlMrlcl iittorueyM aa well un count)
ollhorii In aniMiiK at the baion ol
i oiniiunkattou to be allowi-d the illf
ereiit olllcem tin re "III be taken Into
couttlilerntlnn the asMeated xaliiaHtm
mid lollectioiiM ol the vurioua conn
tlt'H Memberii of the commlttotj are
luellned to ruwtit the story clrntiluttd
tu tho offset that the nmmhors would
first confer with the govurnor In 1
druwlns up the bill. The bill will be .
limited m Hie remiiar mi and tMiwen
Up to the KOW'itinr for hie eoustdera-
)rm
I
.MlftMHHIlS IHM'I.Mtl: OM.Ml lTlii;
IHIO.MS St AltCli AS HI4.N'S J ISI?I H
The lioiisi' hum lii iKalon for a
short tliiin ililtiarieiuoi.il and adjourn-
ed to inei'l ul 2 o'clock Mouila) af
lernooii The adJouriiineiit to .Mon
day came only after . MtriiRitle nltb
Iti'pr.'sentatlVH fhaver on the one
lle. h ho made the trillion to adjourn.
and John Ha run
Hur
and
Majoi
I.lllVM'll) n on tin
ilher.
Hull
h'I on
ib.. ...ii.. in. no rut iMiiii.ui in its uditn.
WORK
lift
Hon b.v i vote or 87 to li. Attui the nl ears mid had irtltrlHR ca
nrawr in lb etia iiliiln and the read- rem III the army and I'avy. sarvlllR
till? or Hie Journal. .Majtir Llewellyn's
lesoliitlon protesting against the al
lest of
l-VIIpe Ceeares was favorably
.....i ,..i....iu.i i... iti.. it.ftiiMj
reported
favorabU report was r-celved rrciiu
e itmnice committee on House Hill
A
tb
No. II, uppioprlaltii. iiionny for lewis-
latlve prliilliiK. The bill wiis ordered
printed. Kills ware introduced as
follows.
Ilous HI II No. 17, allow ins ten days
Mttttliloiisl (tow iiin rur convicts on
Utatn hlmhways, Inlroducsil by Mr.
Yoiiiik
No. is. by Toombs, the "blue sky"
law .
No. in, iij t'artsr relation to uoui- i
moil camera' ilaWlltlts for injurlus to
employes
No. V. b) Oat'ter, putting a normal
school at I'ortalsrf. Hy the soenker.
reiiililnv i he rejftairatlnn of all Inter
ust bearltiK bonds lint exelliplt1 by law
ft em taatlmi
No. i".' reaulailm; ihe linuor trttlllc
mid providtui? for county option.
The speaker asked who whu the
atilliiii or tblH bill. .Major MwtM1n
li plied that several different untitle
men were the authors of It It is tho
measure endorsed by
the Autl-Hitlooii
luaaiie on was dually Hpouaorctl by
Messrs ('hiisman Moreno. Llewellyn. 1
carter. Campbatl and MuIIobm. A
communication from the uuporlhtoiid-
out of Insurance usklnir permlatdon to
retain his iiiarters lu one or tin cum-
li Ills iniaiiers in mi ' ui'r inn-
niittee rooms of the house arousod
soino little tliscmsjiou. Mr. llnrR pro-
tasted a mii I nt tho lack or preparation
by tho HWte nillclalN ror the MOMalun of
the leRisiuiurc tie Nam inai no mini-
inltloe I'uiims hud hesii provided anil
:t would be ncessary for members
of Itnpottanl otiimUtees to hire pri
vate rooms in which to hold thalr
tnaetlliK..
(Several oilier membui's spoke alonft
similar lilies but tho request of the
Insurance uperliituodout whs dually
Hl'iiiittid Mr Cliaveti assured the
house that his rooms would ho at all
1 1 men m Hie illiposHi of the commit
It us. . .
MEXICAN
TRAIN
CENTRAL
TRAPPED
0 MILES OUT
OF
Rebels Capture Whole Train
load of Passenger's By Burn
ing Bridges Fore and Aft.
MANY PROMINENT MEN
IN DANGEROUS POSITION
Cruiser Denver Will Sail To
night From San Diego to
Rescue Americans at Aca
pul'co. HI l'u. Tex.. Jmi. 17. Tho
iiihwIiik Miuth bound immonnor
train or Yvmiiiewltiy anil two
troop trains were trapped by reb
ela on the .Mexican fonlnil mil
Hay bloH Juurw.. it was lourn.
ed delliillely today. flebelH yer
terduy burned a dozen trout I on on
tho K'n eminent railway within
alxty-llve tnllen of Juarez, Hhut
tltiK oft the retreat north of the
trains, whleb wero atopiied by
burned brlilm'K ISO miltm south.
Amoiiir the marooned imatH'tiuera
urn many prominent American
and Mexb-an iiiIiiIiik And cattle
man. ItioludlnK Alberto Tarranaa,
a miniunnire oi i.iiinuaniia
ny I'AhhI WIiv to Honliiir llemlil)
IHtVVIfllt 'I'll -I'lIK IMtVI'IMl
t WaahliiKtoii. Jan 17. Tho cruiser
i Denver, nnlrii.il to Acapulco. .Mexico,
't to protect VtnericailH endatlKel ell by
the rebel I'miIIIIo mid hla band, will
Mid from Sun IUco, Cnl., today. The
alilp hhm hae )tfl yi-aterday. Khu
nil' Met to Aiiipul.o in tour daya.
oiiiul ldlwanld Unlay niportml to
Hie Htnte ileportliieiit from Aonpilleo
Hia then- miim no chanuo In tho nit
nation .nut that tin. Rntltfh wurAhlp
' Hpiarwiiter nnuld remain lu port un
' tu condition beouiiio tiurmiil, or tho
1 Denver arrived
The embaiH) at Mexico C'tly rcporta
.an attempt at rev uhitlouary oiitbrook
In Hid ntaU or Tlaxcuht but that fud
; oial troopr bn dlMolobud,
MAV K.MI. TllilAV.
fan uioso. cai.. jn. n.OMiiinB
,h" eruliiur Deiiyar for the run to Ana-
mum wan ynenn thin mominR at s
o'cUa-k from the navy colllur JtiHtlti.
U will take about elRht hour to oonl
and tho Denver nitty lnuvo for tho
sum Hi IhIh thin nf tertiixm. All nthnr
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Markwood
Had Been in Federal Service
for Seventy Yours; Indian
Fighter in Texas.
11 Vv
1.1'iimiI Wlro io KioiiIiir Herald,)
IVushliiKloii. Jau 17 Captain
Wcali') MarkHood, aald to have been
the oldest HHtlVi'-lHii n Inhabitant of
the Dlsllbt of Collliiibbt. whi- bulled
horn lala The vnterwn's exact nice
was not known, oven to himself, but
n nan surveo tne aovernmHiit ror
i "" '"! .V '"uh,', ' 1'1hX,h
io the war with Mexico hih! the civil
"H,V , , .....
I Hecuusc of un altwicatlou with his
;"letlor ..Hlt er. .MitrkwiMMl wh rort'tol
" Hr!",f,H, '. My'' but
III l1..-.r..- I - V.l I.WlftTM III l.lffff. IU ftl.V
Mexican war under the name uf Sam
uel II Walker flelleve-tl lo have beau
killed si the buttle or HuHinatana,
clitseiiH or .San Antonio oroolutl a
monument to his motnor) mid tho
IwKlaluti.rf naitiMl a coHHty altor him.
I'npiHlu Markwood was toNHsotod
with the department or nrl ulturs
up to s. year a no.
PANAMA AGREES TO
RAIL MONOPOLY
tlr Leaard Wire to Kritnlna Hrol-1
WasbltiRtoii, Ji.n 1 ;. Questions at
Issut' licluee.) the I'nlted stales mil
to.- rcpii'ii'i of I'miuioa were ilhau-ts-ed
at a riinrerilioe betwesn l'resldeut
Tuft. t-ycretrhMi Knox and Kllmson
uml JudRr Crank Panlullo, uunsel for
the Panama Hallway mm pally today.
Tli ihiihI cemilllsaliiii wlxhHH In nr.
I tHiiil tlm harbor Unas to Colon and lo
be assured by tho Panama no vein
mem i hut ni li'Httohtse for a ralhvtu'
into tbf i a ns l -tens from tb ttorlH
will he itraNltMj by tMo republic Hi
return ihe Panii
naked lor certain
in Movermiieni iihs
usHeil mr i crinin wihii concaasions.
i, it, inloii wuk reached
OutUronk In Almoin.
Lisbon. Portugal, Jau 17 - An in-
i surrcction nas uroKOH oui in Aiwoia,
PortuHoeat Want Africa, ami ilea-
imtches recuivod tuiluy by the mlnhjter
or the coluniea rtdflte that the natives
have onimlUed many atrocities
l1ie raided seclluiiieuls. killing the
Inhabitants ami pIHokIiik properly.
Sevsral Kuruuean womei, were ear
rled i l lliattraeut" and four
muii csi'tlvea wero burned alive Tho
governor uf the uolony has sent nn
expedition aupproNs tho inmirrec-tl-in
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Z
ERANT
DEAD
S
RRST WEEK OF
SESSION
Senate Adjourns Until Mon
day After an Hour of Attcn
tion to Striotly Routius
Business.
INITIATIVE MAKES ITS
APPEARANCE ON BOARDS
- -
Senator Walton Proposes Res
olution Containing Advanc
ed Legislation Inoluding Ef
fective Referendum.
Matitu I'e. N. .M . Jan. I"
fhlof liiteront In the New Jinx-
leu Mtate leKifdfiluro today was in
the luiroductlnn of a ineawire by
Heiintor n K. Pnnkoy coinoolllnR
" rTTj .xiii?villll V
nil oHtiera nf Htocka to HhI thorn
wiiit mi' HtHlo auditor for tiixit-
tlou. It In Mid mime mucIi ii
inoaaure will pima both brnnchaa
nt thla neaalun. Mr. l'mikev hIno
Introdurod a tnOHMure to itbollah
the olllce of county aaoAHaor uml
create a Mutto board of iimohxoik
or twelve momberif mimed b) tin
Rovernor, who would anaoiei nil
propertliM. s
sisN.vm in .siNitvs m
(IIIIIUI'I.V IN HOtTINIJ
Mpeclal lllHps-tch In Htrnlnv Ueralill
HanlH V. N. M . Jan 17 The mii
ate this mornliiR roqulrod lees than an
hour for tho transaction or ita busl
nesM. The procindhiRK were marked
by Hi spirit of harmony, which has
prevailed tliua far. Aside from tho
readltiK of th Journal for tne punt
throe dnys, the only bimliiesti whn tho
Introduction or bills and rcsolutlona.
which wern Kenernlly rererred to tho
proper coiiimlitees without comment.
Tli-.. Initiative mid rt-rremlum made
lis ilrat npiiearHiirt In tho lsRlslaturo
thin motnitiR when Senator W. 11.
Wultmi. of Ornnt county, introduced
SMtiate Joint resolution No. i, which
proposaa .in amendment to tin slute
constitution provldliiR fur u Bynloin uf
direct lenlHlatlon.
Huder senator Wuliou's plan lawn
tua tie Initiated upon petition of II f
teen per cent nf the volent, whllo
twenty per cent is re-uulrod upon petl
tlonn proposing umsmlinunla to tho
ronstltutlott. The referendum wrllnn
of tho resolution provldon that laws
INtMSetl by tho lolnlntuio must be re
ferred to tho votara for approval upon
petition of ton por oont of tho cltUenn
of the Htnte. nwltiR to objection by
Senator Holt, who believed that the
caption of the resolution wiih defect -Ivo,
It whh not rofarrml to a commit -
ton nor ordered printed. Tho resolu
tion will doubllesH be ordered printed
on Monday, aTter tho corroetinn hns
been matle.
AmoiiR tho measures introduced
this mornlnR wore souato bills No. to.
by Mr crumptnn. whloh prnvhlsa for
holdlnR loiirt lu the bIrIiUi district;
No. 11, by So n a tor Pankey, niRitlntliiR
tho utunvstimeut nf property, mid No.
1.'. also by Mr Paiikoy, provldliiR tor
tho levy And collection of tnxos. Hoth
of tho latter wero raforrud to tho lln
nnco coinmlttoc. Other uieasureA by
.Mr Pan'toy woro Noa. it for ponalu
Iiir lelephmio ciimpeulet. for over
i harRltiR cusloliiers. and No It.
which has fur its purpose the aboli
tion of tho lnsurunati ilepsrimotu and
tho oltlco of BUporltljondetit of Insur
ance, und turtifnir ox fa the work of
this olltcs to the eorjterotlon commis
sion. 8onnto hill No lfi. by Mr. Hlnklo,
ptttcliiR a license upon moter vnhlPlaa
and to reRiiiatn tnoir apeott, wan re
ferred to the roods ed hlRhway enm
inltlee. No. 17, by Mr Walton, lo re
iiiilrn the iiiibllcutloii of iiuai'itirly
sUitemenls by eoimty treoMiirors. After
the announcement of a caucus of tho
IteuuhllPHii membors. tho senate ad
loomed until : o'elock Monday. Unit-
tenant (lovernor IS. C De IIach mid
Honator Mabry fnllad to make their
apMaraiic this mnrttltiR. Hoth en
tlemoii wero oxcustMl utmn motion of
Heimtor Pankey, who explained that
the Democratic statesmen were In
lmy lo meet vice prtMrtdeiit Marshall,
who was traveling tnrouaii .New siax
loo on his way to Arisen
Kiiiim ltmi' HotM lii Widow.
Naw York. Jan. 17. Tho will of
.la i nee It. Keene, vtrsn atta-k market
niMrMtor and turfman. It leu mr pro
bata yesterday, leaves his entire twtata
valued between J 10.'M0,tlii aim lift,
line. 000 to his widow, tfurah J. Ke-sne
"l hull. lutaiitloHallv omitted mak-
INK any special provlHlon for th bn-
stit of my son. P"oxiMHl. aim my uauan.
tar .laasif.'' the will reads. relylim
upon my wtfa to hereaftar make such
provision for them a may be proper.'
I'laK-HoMHirutor Siinliimiil.
Ii AiiKfles, fa I.. Jn. IT. Joe Col
lib. an Auatrian. who participated Hi
a. riot here January 1, when th- Amer
ican Has; was torn to ahratls by a num
ber ot countrymen, waa utauud lit
the police court to serve Hiu days lu
the city Jail oilier Auatriaus arraat
etl with Colleh were Hnetl tor disturb
IIIK tlm eace
DEMAND INVESTIGATION
OF GROW INDIANS
Washington. Jan
ruwiifiiiil a rseolullon
1 7 Mettalor
Towm-jiid s rewolultuii laetructiHR At
toruey Qeneral Wlekeraham to Invea
Unte nlfulra of the t row Indian of
Montana tuuaved the aeuute totlay
without iloimle or uppoettlon
Han on lliii; uml Tiuimi
Donver. Jan. it The "raK" mil
die "laiiKo" tonus of tlHimliiK which
the pol'cc department line dealunatad
as 'Iminotlest daiiiutH" must uoase.
far m Denver is oonceruod Ko Hi'
chief ot poiico dueroeil in up onler it
Hlied IuiIh to Hie uunHil'it of amure
menU connected with the dtn ri
me lit
LEGISLATURE
END
SATS THE SHIPPING
TRUST IS
ABSOLUTE
Owner of Independent Line
Asserts Railroads Arc in n
League to Kill All Competi
tion. IMPOSSIBLE TO GET
WHARFAGE FACILITIES
(My Lenscit Wlro lo Kvcnlnjr Herald
Washington. Jan. 17. Atlantic
eiwst nhipplnx trade la practlwilly
controiiml n a combine or tho At
lantic, Ouir and Went India meamshtp
eumpuny. New York mid Porto Hlno
BtimniHlilp romiiatiy. Clyde lino, MmI
lory Hue and lCualern lllte. ami the
Insular lino, according to A. H. Hull,
tirosldont of the A. II. Hull steamship
company, who inHI1ed today before
the hotwo shippInK trust committee.
Tho combination. Mr. Hull said, op
erated under nureamont with tho rail
roads, by which tho railroads refused
to pro rato with any Independent
llnoa on loaa than full uurgoes. Ho
ndded it was altnoHt Imposslblo for
nn independent company to noouro
vvharrage fuel lit lee boouuse tlvr mil
roads owned nr (ontroiled tho termi
nals at moat of the porlfi.
Mr Hull testified that after onrun
Ir.lmt the Now York and l'orto Uloun
Htoamshtp company, a ooinblnatlon uf
clrriiiimtHiice forced him In 1900 to
sell hla Interest uml mIii a bohil tnt
to enter Into the Porto Uloun trado
fur ten yearn. The Hue wan then
tukon Into the Atlantic. Onlf and
wost India St.imsliip coiupmiy. In
tuns no rormeii tlic a. 11. Hull Hteum-
ship aomtmny with a prluolpitl lino
botwoen New York and Stockton
flprltiKH. Me. fllnci' the expiration of
ins iiotui, the witnoao Hold, hln com
pany hud operated ships between Now
York uml Porto ltlco In competition
with tho combine, whloh. ho deolarcd,
out ratoH, miiim tlimm kU Iiik tlhicounts
of HO unit 70 por cent, whenever a
mill atoamor whm chudtiluu to sail for
Porto Jtloo.
Vncloua overt urea hnd heon made.
Mr. Hull t'otitltiuei!. to brltiR the Hull
lino Into an iiKrcometit to maintain
rates. Ho nddod he had been offered
12,000 In axccsu of tho reeulur char-
tor rnto for hln vessels to keen out
of tho Porto Itloan trade. Tho tvlt-
nans ha Id It was utmost Imposslblo for
un Indqpcndoiit to ohurlor vrsiicle for
tho Pnrto Itloan trado on account of
iitcroementa between uhip owttera and
the combine.
' I think lor the Rood of tho public
you should take this to tho depart
ment of Justice." no Id !tupreontotive
Humphrey
STAYS BY HI
PARTNERS
.Tamos A. Perry, After Full
Confession Declines to Tell
Police Who Confederates
Were in Daring Robberies.
(Ily Lenertl Wlro to H enlug Herald.)
Chloago. Juu 17 James A. Perry,
naufooMQil loeJor or the band ot au
tomobile bandits who have ommlttud
a soorc of robberioM in tho past nlxty
iloya, llnnly rnfuand today to reveal
the liioiitlly or his associated.
"There weie four of us, but I'll
never tell the niimuH of my pals," said
Perry. "I have told all I am roIiik
to about thoMi holdiiPB."
Porry alopt notindly afto laklng
a itiufoaolon ot Ida career to relict
Captain Levin and stales ,vtloluy
HoyiiH last nlKltt.
Mrs. Peart llathjwii. who uvea In
the apHrtmeiit bulldlnif whore Perry
was arraaied, tohl the police teduy
tlmt he was working hm a awttuhman
In CeiUr lUplila. Iowa, when aha met
him three year mho.
"I had no Idea he was robbing
"people," ahe aaitl "I thought he HUB
working nlRhls in some respectable
buaiuMi."
AdmHuOoii or Perry that it vvus he
who fired Hie shots at PotbJemaii
Kreil SiickeH, who was wounded by
nolo bandits al Weet Monroe street
and I'lfth avenue, led in a piiMllnB
aUuatlon, Inaamuali uc Ktlckmi already
iihii iHHHiinen Aineri I'liarest HIIU
JamsM Mltohell aa the robbera wiin
ahot him from the automoblli .
.xitrn.'ii aim cttHrest hare been
bookatl on a charae of eaeuult to mur
der the poikeniRii, but both dony
tho aootatUlun.
U'mlter Scott, to years ukl. urrwiteU
with Perry. rrne..l tu talk with tho
(Millce.
Xotitl (-tiuritli'i'iitti Soldier iM'iul.
Atlanta, fta . Jan 17 Captain V.
(I. Ilaoul. aed 7 a. widely known
ihrouMlioitt the Miuth, dhal 4t Ids
home here totlav aft jr several mpntlis'
llltiees During he c war he wna
capuin In the ofederalo nillway
I'tireau. having ehai. or the car eon
fttructlon awl tr.iHs,.oi'.itton nf army
run pile. In later years at different
Hmea Captain Ita.'iit held Hie prel
tfency nf the fentrsl nf tleergla, Mox
h'o National and Atlanta. UlrmlHghnm
and Atlantic railroads. lie leave a
widow ami ten children.
e
TiMtKisii novmtv.MttftVr
l.lfiMtXN Till) WOHKT
ruiistantlnonle. jau ir.Thu
collwtlve nolo dm fled by tho
ajHteteaailors of the Iturnponn
powers in uuntlon was presented e
to lo Turkish Koverninent to-
day
MOTOR
BANDIT
BUNNY 16" AID
GRIZZLY
TURKEY r
ALL BARRED
Festive Dances Up for Cvirafc
eration by United Stat
Congress for First Tint ill
History.
expresslySTohibitjbb 1
FROM INAUGURAL BALK
Likely That President X23
Wilson's Wishes Will
Heeded and That Time
ored Function Will B
Dropped.
iu).M?."x Vlro to Cve&tea; HtrHf
Wnshlnston, Jan. 17. 'wihcr wtft
bo no Inuutmrnl ball," declared WIU
lam C Kuottce. chairman of tho iaaux
urul ball committeo today, attar as
Informal conference with MVeral
member over president cloct 'Wi.'eoVM
lotter rcquostlnit that th0 camenilt
consider tho feasibility ot pmltlisa tkm
function.
Tha wishes of President-elect Wi?
son will bo compllod with." eainl Mr.
KuatlB. The commlttoo later iJeoll4
to learn moro of tho eeaident-eiect'ej
wlMhes before taking fonnal actios.
Should thero bo an Inaugural fcatf
despite Presldent-ntect Wllaon'a hll
to thu contrary, thoro will b uo?
turkey trottinR. bunny hUMlag con
Krlssly bcarlntr, it It la held la th
Pension building.
Ropresentatlvo Rodcnberry today;
offered un amendment to tho resoiu-i
Hon authorising- tho use of tha pva
slon oillco which la worded fel-t
Iowa:
"That tho Rrant of tho use of hm
pension oillco for the Inaugural MIL
la expressly upon tho conditio amii
with tho limitation that for tho pre
vention ot acta of public Indecency tt
following ro-cmlud dances ara utieo
lutely barred und prohibited:
" 'dHMly bear sryratlona; the a
ny hug tenderloin nnavomsRts, tkva
turkey trot contortions, and all "ho
vuls-urlsma of tho hooche coocKe
danco and ull similar forms of itym
nastle convulslvo movementa aumraet
Ivo of Die dketie!rai rovelerles of tha
scKreuatOd dlntricU.' "
PHEWUKNT rVO.V-COMMITTAIw
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 17.- President
elect Wilson declined to say today
whad ceremony ho would favor aa a
substltutu for tho Inaugural ball. A
popular decision at tho cupltal hod
heon ttuKRastcd. lie satd he would
wuit to learn what William Cochran
KustiH. chairman of tho Inaufruralioh
conirnitto.i thought of tho augpeatlon
to ellmlnato tho ball tha pfoHoiw.1 to
uholish which wan contained In a lot
tur sent to Mr. Gustls yesterday
AHK PItOTKCTION lX)It "WILSOPT,
Washlngtoii, Jan. 17. An tm4(
Renoy appropriation ot 13,000 lor amy
tor tho scerot service protection for
President-elect Wilson until hla' 8v
uutttirutlon, wus roquostcd ot Con
Kress today hy Secretary MaoVcagh.
PARCELS POST S ABIES
PROBLEM FOR HITCHCOCK
Wushlngton. Jan. 17. The inntltki
I of babies by parcels post l a real In
I fmit industry, whloh l'oatmasl (Jim-
oral Hitchcock lu asked to foster. In
tho ulroumsuinces of hla bachelorhood,
Mr inicncouK la consmertns sertouaiy
tho calllntr Into consultation of ax
porta in tho transportation of babies
aa a letter which ho received yeater-
dtiy presents to him a mull problem
with whluh ho la uulto unfamiliar. To
add to his ombarrassment tho lettor
contains u noto of Konulno pathos
whloh eppaals Htrongly to tho post
master Koncrul. This Is tho letter, just
us It was phrased and puno touted.
'Tort MaPherson. (leornla.
"Postmustur Qeneral.
WashlnBton. . C
sir. -I huvo been corresponding
with a party In Pa about setting: a
baby to ruls (our homo being without
Onei. May I ask you what specific
rotations to uso In wrapplns; no It
(baby) would comply with regulations
and bo allowed shipment by parcels
post, as tho express oo are to rough In
hundllns Yours
(signed) - -"
The name signed to tha letter ut
withheld at tho request ot Mr. Hitch
ooek. Aa babies. In (ho opinion ot tha
postmaster general do not fall within
tho uutugury of bees and bugs tha
only llvo things that may bo transport
od by mall ho la apprehensive ho may,
pot bo of uHitanco lo his correspond
out.
IOWA FARMER STUCK
FOR FOUR THOUSAND
(Ily LeuiKt! Wlro to Kvcnlnc Heral&f
Oinuho. Neb.. Jan. 17.H. W. CU
tor, a farmer of Tltonlc, Iowa, today
reported lo tho police tho loss of
ll.eoo from his satchel whllo or routo
hero from Dottvwr Custer salt! ho
had been Induced by Denver real
estate ugents to draw Ihe money from
the TltonlB bank for investment In
Colorado pnpurty. Iter they die
oouruftud the Investment and ha
Htarted tor homo with the money in
hie satchel. Ho thinks he Is thfl Vk
tlni uf a conspiracy.
Veteran Delegate VI.
Htoux Kails. 8. U.. Jan- IT (H4r
Hhermiiii Qlfford, twice terrkarktt
delegate to Congress from llakotft
territory and representative In Caft
Krosa from Uouth Dakota, in th IfMC
ty-nlnth, Zlttleth and Wly-fMH
coiigrosaea, dead at hla hawa M
Clinton, j
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