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ALBUQUERQUE, HEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1013.
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NATIONAL HONOI
OR PERISH IS
ATTIIODE OF
THE TURK
Cabinet Resigns as Result of
Great Popular Demonstra
tion Against Action in Ac
ceding to Demands of Pow
ers. ADRIANOPLE MUST BE
SAVED, SAYS TALAAT BEY
Plenty of Trouble in Store for
Allies in Proposed Adjust
meat of the Terms of Sur
render. (II) liftiMil Wlic in Ifiioiiliig Mi rulil.)
Conslaiitliiuplo, .lull. 23. Tliu
Turkish I'ubliicl resigned lod
in etiiMOHtionco ut iiuiilli il mon
jruilnu ami protests against tin
KBtfoH III llni-l-lllMR ll (III- HlrdlOa
III HlO ICltropraM poo. I r Mah
iiiiiu.I Mln-fk-t ChhIih. fnriuorh
'a hi mliiiMfr. Iihk boon ippiilntotl
Kin nil Milt i in iiIhk nl Klauill
Pasha
Talaal II ha- liiin iiiiiiiiiiili-il
nilltlsli-r ul (lie iiitorlnr. h pnt
lliili hi- hull) in ii iri'iniiH iilil
nut. hi h Ktaioinont ulii-r M
apnulnttni-nt. In- waid
"'llll' t'llHHKi- II tho rtlillll'l
IIIIWIIH tllHt HI- HTI- gtllllg I" hH '
iiHltnnnl liuHur or pnrMi In tin1
attempt Wo ilc nut nan! a con
tluuallnii ut tin- war. Inn ui- arc
iluliiriiiliii-il lo kcop Ailriiimiiilc
Ut Mil I'OMlK Tlint In mi luilc-
pOltlMblo t-otiiltttiill of i ilio
I'l.HXTV (IP THOl 111,1-: AIIKAII
I'ou ii-;.o. xki.oti atoks
l.untliin. Kuglund. Jan .'-I Tin- Iin
muillutn i utnu-iitii'iiii'i ol tlii doclMou
ol I he Turkish grand louiiril to eon
uludo ihkh'i- with Ihi nullum ulllr-i,
will Ik cessation ol nosUIIUoii 1
tw'ooti Ureaee mill Turkey, unit the
surrender of tin. Turkhdi forirMs of
Adrfiintiiilo. Janliia ;t nil Koutnrt. At
nllMtirnc fortress's tho TurklMi gwr
rtiou will withdtaH vlth Uio honor
of wr.
Difficulties may arlo ouniurnliu
Iho fati- ol Seutiiri. as no one know
In whom It I i" in- surrendered,
whuiltar in tin- M-mii'in-grin. i .i
urffvlllniial Allninliiii Kn rnioi nt nr
lo thu rnirtaontHtl in of the Poor
KlHC Nicholas III .MOIItl'lll'KIO. Ill-
ni4i hi' mind outer Scutari ut tin1
1114 of Mt tmoiMi. OMierwIw. hi4
miss, tho reign ul hi" lamlly In Mon
ic-iiuuru U doomed u hi'. i-uiitinr lo
the adviie of ho- goin raK rotused to
irf ta Imri' Ki'ut.irt ii Ktorin hi tin
Mciniiiiii: ul tin- whi in iirut'i- in
tiVBIll 11- hi-ut li-"i-- ohti'll
jijiiH ri 'iniiil hvi- Muffi-uil
lirfvTtjirri! tin- irmiuiilnK iollr.i
iMyliiK Mlogr t ! fortr-i.
IhhiRI it-nt 1 1 fur nil" rt'MMni hi'
iu Hit' Miititi iH-icrm. In- .ilioii-.
rgwlli-ri'i ii-ii..iiiitii-
hi
HO
i.f
.mi
Im.t
U ill
AtlMTItM AM It I ssl A AI.HItil..
"St. r'otomliorK. Jan 33. Aunlrl.i
llu'illtiiry and Ituaula it r- In lull
ward on thi suiijori nf tin- fiitun'
ImiliiilwrliK nl Albania, ai i iii'illliK
no aiitliMrllaHM- nuuiioui'i'iiiiiiil In i
tdiiy. To- main ii-iiwhi tot tin- mll
Ittir) luuttliiii illilnoil Ii. n- Iiiin thu.
uofln rOuiood. Nn top. llllWOMT.
hiiWOi ytH boon i.ikon lo ri'diioi- Ho
army to n iiiirmal rmiiliiK. a la
4a lutuiidK to aa i tin- lultlatUi- ul
AiillrloollWiKar).
Tho hntlor fi olliii: hun Indb-atrd b
JumpM raiiKlni; irmn limr t fliioi n
poluiM In tin Hi-nil lt nil '
boiirvv.
FIFTH DISTRICT
House Passes Bill Which Is
Expected to Puss Senate and
Receive Approval of Gover
nor. f iinfrtlfti iMnmlili Hi HirnlnK llrrahl
4 111 u la Ko, N .M . Jan :a Tho 4
il'. piuvlilllif; all additional Judllo
wliluh In oompoiMHl nf tho oiiuii-
lUM Of I'urrv. HoiKn'iiH. cinivia
iiiiil Hdd. ooordlii to tho
iurinv of lh loll Iho Knvoinnr la
4- to uppolnt tin JudKo Tho hill
ciiirlHK tho omoiKoiu laimi- ami
nlll do Into trriit-t iiiiiuiHllaU -
lljiuli lt paiMaHo h Ih - utal
afij upH'iial h tin homtivoi
WUlllHllIK Ik Iho loxt ot I'i- bill
BHiUInn I Tho numlior of ill'
IrjQt Jtid(f' hi "' Unh Judicial
dlMrlot of tin- mato ol Now Mos-
l0 M hol'oh) liureiifoil to Iho
"Kot'tlon .' Tho )ai-iuii ) lion
hi- uroatiid mIihII ho llllnd In tho
4 tminnur now pniMiJud for thu nil-
luff of viuiinclof In tho ulllt - of
dTft riot judm' "
HwtlHii 3. uhiih iirmldud thai
P Iho olilif jumIIuo or tin Mitprtuno
court nhoulil dhlilo and iippur-
(ton iho work but h own tho tw
JUdKt. Ha ollmlniUoil b) tho
liouso
ANOTHER JUDGE FflH
PROVIDED
EVANS BILL 10
RECALL PUBLIC
IS
Measure Will Have Stormy
Passage If It Gets Through
Legislature Judging from
Its Reception.
FAILS TO GET AS FAR
AS PRINTING STAGE
Niri-liil l)liinrh In CtrnltiH llrrMld)
HhiiIm IV, N M , .Inn. ii. Tin I4CII-nil-
wun In wHiiliin lur hii hour uilil h
hull IihIio nfii'r Hhh h II aUAournwl j
until iiiinurrow ut lo m in. Tin- tltin-1
u wh loriffi'l) on iiili-i in tin- illmunwlon
of m hill olTi n il Ij Si'imtur ICvuiih. ,
provhllntr for thi- rvmovul f uiifulth-1
ful iitihllr ollki-m Thf inMiri would
priixlili' no ofTi ilvi- form of iciall miiiI
i-oulil ho iut tutu fffi-i't without (In-1
lut-ewltv f h -iiiHiliotioiiiit nun-nil-,
incut. If It Ni'lft IhrouKh tin mviihIi-
t Mill lllli- .1 Htllllll) IIHMtlKt'. tli lx
livliiK iiiilliiiti'il h itn n'litiitluii to-
ilni. II fnlli'0 to Ki't an (lur un Ho-
iirinmic hiiiko xmiHior Holt objotituu
to tliM furih of iho tniHistirti, did not
nollevc iimt it h i runitltuilviml. und
ttlOIISCHt It V.HI t !. i,l) WHMll- of
iiulillr tnon.-s In Hum- It printed. Tlit-
invHNiiri' huh ri'fiMTKil lo Ihf coiuuilt-tii-
mi JuiltoiHi-t it I i-r Ihi- ruloH hud
in i'ii luniieiiili'il in iIIniiviim' with tin
lirluiliiR Tin- roll mII hIiomo,) th
Ni-imti' illMiJfil 13 In lo nKHluvt iirlnt
Hut tin- hill
A Htltlou hum iHeenllliMl trotli til
stiit.- llur awMH-iHttoii HMkiiiu tor the
HAS
Hppointtiiout of a ointulMln t ro roadlnit nf minuto of Iho farnoglK
lo tho Immh Tho hill for thin pur-. xtoc I ,'inniMii). iniotlnrc him an ndvl-pom-
.m proimroil l tho Iwr aHM'lH- inir HWHlimt JoIiiIuk with tho ' armor
Hon proNldin fr a .-omndNnlon of fotir ,.mhltiHllon" In tho oii'i lloii r an
mon. olio of thorn to bo a m-nator, ; armor oIhIo oIhiii in Julian
ono a roliroiioulalUo ami two cltizun.
It Ik rt-MUlriHl that two of Hit- mem-
born no tirnotli-lUK attoriloMi Tllo IWn
rltUoiiM uio In hi- uppiiintod by the i
Knvornor to thin i-ommhntlon hIioii up
polutttd. I
Tho t'ouimltuloii hIh-ii appolntiHl i
to hold puldtu hiHirlnsh at ovi-i) ooun I
I) yotit In tho Mluto. Ita momiit'i.i aro
i roi-olvo no aalar) hut an upproprl
a Hon of at louHt ts.ooo la provldutl for
itH oxpoiiMon. Tin oxlsU'iicc of I lie
i onimlMilon In llntltud to ono our
Soiwto hilt No. i?, Introduvvd
,v i
Mr. I'anUoy. n u hill to provide lor
tho colh't-'Hou ot olulniM aKiilitHl run
loud a or conjuration for Iuhh of or,
dmniii
lo frolRht. No. 5i. Harth, In
.i bin lo pioiiinlt !ii mio. barter oi . lohiiu-i .iiuuru iiuumcKor, roprontni
Blft of duadl) Hoflpons, dtrkN, ylhtoln, I atlvo of tho rurnnRlo -omHiny itbroad,
clc . roforrod to tho commlttoo on Ju-Jcondiu-lod tho UPRotlatlonH.
dli-Ur llouvo Joint resolution No. I.1 Tho Hltnona U'dHllod that dtirlmt
liivitliu Vice I'roftldiiiit-oh-t t Miirrtlml (tho oxlulonio ot tho HKrooinout the
to mhlroiMt Iho IvglNlHturo wan jmuhkmI i Amorh-an momii.in had not. to hi
b unMiilmoiiH volo. Soiiato bill No. .
2 .'. in rlark. rocHrtllim homla for atale j
oilltirti. wok MfMod. ,
Si natnr llanii plvadod with 'ho
M-nai- to allow hi hill to bo printed.
Ho arKitod thai It would font hut III
Ho and hallovod It Nhould Im prlntr l
lor iho Information ol tin- puhlle. In
th Ik In- hum kuntuhioil h SenulorH Mc-
. .. -. .. ... "r.t..... i
x i "
"IU' . ii ii inn ut iiit ii iiiw i
iraih A .'tor iho otn Mr. I'unktry,
doi larod that hi- did nut approvo ol
Niirh motlinil'. Iho majority -Did
wi.iild nsi-iit it whi-n i lit- prnitir tunw
oanii- M I'unki) mid MuCuy
l.nih t.iod with tho Jiooiot-rulti lo
1ih ' I lit- lull printed
6ERMANT
Lieutenant and Pilot Meet
Death in Course of Military
Maneuvers Near Burg.
(11 W'lrn in Krenlaa HrraUl
Iti-rlln. Jan 13 Anuthor latal fl)
uk in cident im urrod today durltiK
tho mllllary iiiiiiioumth noar Hur.
I.louiimaiit iiltn Silili'Kt'l waa Inula nt
i.v klllod by ratlliiK I" tho oarth fiom
,i iiinwlik-ratilt- holKht. hIioii hla Id
piano i nllapn'il mi a aharp oiirvo
I .lout A. vim A-hi'olo, tliu pilot, wm
(atall) liijuroil.
1'nlla 'iU 1'rtil noil IMoti.
ItheliiM. Kranre. Jan. 31. Tho
I'rmioh aviator, rimrltia (laniard. a
throHti In Ho- ground ii'om a Imluht
if Jlti lout I.v tho lapkltlim of lilu
inoioidan- hlb- iiialiiiiK a rilKhl "'
ilu around tin aplr m nf Ithvliim' oa
hodral. Ilo mtalaluoil orluiin In
)urlin Inn Haa a II vi- whoii ptckok up.
.Munn SiiirlM I'lllhuitoi'.
WmmIiIiikiou. Jan '.'3. Minority
l.udilor Miiiiiiy iiiiidoctwl a tlllhuntor
today Iii'cuuih- tho Di-iniHiaia tMK
ulRhl iiroM'titoil iii-llnii on tho Mtii'Oin
momorlal projuot. Ho Hud up (ho
Uin-U nl till. tlllllUI- fill lllllH'M.
"illvlnir tho Domnurutu a tuato of
tholr own inmllolno." Haa Ilia i xi'luliu
Hon.
Hill AlloKitl l'oror.
ISIain. III.. Jan. J3 riiaruwd wilh
lomhiK iiotoa with whli'h aha obtulnml
moio than M.uuo from hvr foxtsr pur
onln. at tho litKlluiitlon or a Oliouno
foi tuno tollon Udlu Luinko, u Itl-your
old lilrl la ljilim hvld by tho iiolUo.
Krad l.aiiik. thu Ktrl'ii foilor father,
who la an illltoruto iiiuii, dlM-'overnd
thrti thu "notK" were Iiohuh ivhou hu
atli'iuiilHtl to colUot Hiiina from a I ova I
uhllhliig houao. which ha baltoved
Hp had limnart tho ninrorn through
lilu lUiiKhior,
III VICTIMS OF!
1 FLIGHTS In
AN
IN IEU Ml
POOL IK ARMOR
PLATE IS
ADMITTED
Former President William E.
Corey of the Steel Trust
Testifies to Existence of
Agreement.
COMBINATIONS HELD
GOOD UNTIL 1005
American Manufacturers Left
European Field Open to
Control of England, France
and Germany,
(II) luiM'd Who (u Ku'iilni; Herald.)
Now York. Jan. 23. Thf fulled
Htnli-M Htnol I'oriiotullon and (hi- lli-lh-li'hi-iti
Kteol coiiiiniid purtli'llMli'd fur
Imiii ji-nrw hi ait lulHrnatloiiHl mo In
orinor da I ! whloh dlvldod up thv
himiiii'MH or "noutrul nmrlioU." Wll
lUm K fore), forinor ortMldunt of the
Hloi'l rorimratton, I null fled mi today tit
Hit' hoHrliiKti In lh- xovitrniui'iit'H mi it
tu iIInmuIm- thi' riirporHtlnn under I ho
yiii-rniHli iiiitl-lriiMi laH II hio Iho
flmt illri-i i li'ntiiiioii) hIiIi-Ii t In- i -rilliK'lit
Iiom tiotui ahlo tu obtain an tu
tin- i xlMti-m-o f mi rli m pool.
Mr. tori-), who ruNlKiied um pronl
ili'iit nf iln- ipiti-i-i rurpornlloii in 1 '.!'.
Han uuabli- ! ri-oall lidu) that Iho
armor plato pool had oxltod until hln
moiiiiuy had Ih-oh rofroiitMl iv tin
i '
ThlH watt In 1002. Hhoitl) afli-r thtj
orsanlMttlon or tho Stuoi corporation.
mi i....uu ,1 ii...l ..
lilt, iiurm int-ii iHiiiiuii iiiiii ii i "in
iilnii tlmi nf armor pinto mauufavturi-rii
In HiiKliind. l'ruiHi-. Dormaiiy and Hi"
t'ultod Ktutoti hatl oxtHtvd ait tatu ah
IHllI or IH05."
Tlu C'ariioKlu Klool (iimpHU mid
tho lloihluhom Stool oomiaiiiy wnio
tho Amorlcan im-m bom of tho I'oinhl
nntlon. ho Huid.
What wan tho utfruumout ot thone
lit tho puoT uMkotl Juilo Jacob M 1
uiiniiiKiiii. iiiiiiruoy inr ino kiivoiii-
mont
"I wum nut fainUlur with tho dv-
talln." hmIU M
tr. foroy. aildliiB Unit
hnowlodKo, attcmptod lo oompotn fori
armor plato olthor In UtiKlund, l'rano '
- Hormati).
"Old tin- toroiKti ilrma bid for I nit
od xiaton anornmoiit contravtH?" h
huh aakod.
"I bulk". i that It In H u Mod by law
that tho I'nltod H tat on Hovornmiitu
i ntitrMota In armor plute mIihII bo xtvon
"'
onh in Miiorli an nianufaotiirom
na
r-pl
Mr i'ihi'v ri'Mumod hla totimoti)
loda) at Iho hourliiff In Iho nvoru
nit iii'K null to dUmolvo tho eorioin
Hon Hi- m ii a iijonHouhI brloll) ooil-t-orultiK
Jaiin-H A. Pari HI. lion pi'iail
ilonl nf Hn- -irporoHoti, who Mr.
('ore. bald yonlerdnv ooului'tol thf)
liotf-'ll ilninii fi'i Iho fil HiMll'Hi nf Ilia
Intornatloinil aiool rail pool.
M nil klnnoii. rminni-1 inr Hn- Kovorn-
morit. Hn-n took up Hu- uui-htlim ot
tho (llll-i fin lo t w con tho domoMlU'
and oxpmt prli oi of lool ralln '
W'.ii I In- mill pru'o of domoatlo
iiiiIIm, !uimi'iiioiii iu tin- formation of
tllo Ml oo I I'DI-poratlnn. jll'oator nr Itnm
than tin- export prloo"" ho hii ankail
"I want to ht- ui-curato," inpllod Mr.
( nroy. "Tho mill prli'o on foiolttn
huHlnoft in'ttoil tho iiroduowr loa than
on dnmoutli' btialuiMHi."
'Pht'li tho domoith- prlvo wan IiIrIi
or '
Mr fori"- t-oni'odod that niii-h win
III ulfoot the i'ao.
Tho Hovorumoiit atloruo.t took up
tin- onmpolitho toHiltlon nt tho ToH
iu'oi' t'niil and Iron i-ompauy In iho
uti'i-l rail trado provloua tn im uh-airp-lion
1 tin- I'nltod Staton Hlool or
poratbiu in '1 Mr t'oro) aald that
tho Toliuoaaoo Coal and Iron ommU
waa maiiufaolurluit opon hoarih iitool
ralla, ttii.ni praoth'ull) a iioh pr-nlui-l.
JiiiIro liifklniioii roaii irom iniu-
UlttC4 or tho falHOKll Mtool iilllMH)
lottoin Hrlttoii b) I'nro.i in whloh ho
Maid "that i-oiHpetltlon In ralla waa lu-i-roiialtiR."
and that tho ''arnoglti om
iau) "would bo up HKHlimt tin- upon
lioHrlh 'pmpoalHou iu luo." thai Iho
llMirtmuii 1 1 n on had kUoh nrilor lo
tho Hwlhlohoin HUh'I iiihii fur ih-,i
hoarih rutin and that "m will have
In mallllfin-turf tliotn. '
Mr t'on rmillturfl) i-onflnimd tho
tMtomoitt oi- thu protiMiU of ut
tornoy fur Hi - onrporatloii Tho wit
noun nl--ii iiufn ini-il toalliiiou) thai
tho lliirrloii'ii lliiox had mHoii nriloiH
tn Hu- Toiiiii-HMOi- i 'mil and Iron lami
iwnv no hh ii hoal'lh ralln Tn miiko
(hat (In- Ti-nii nat-i t'na'i and Iron
I'tilil W4 II. . nl tor Mm ui-iillalHou,
l-aino a HtrnliK 'iillipi'lllor ill tho rail
imirkot. JuiIko IdoklUKiiu Kainod ud
iuImhIiiii from the Hltnoaii that aftor
ll itoiiulattlon that oompaii) Miipplho
ralla to tho Mouth and mouHimomI in
liri tnniiaKo
LL0YD-6E0RQE C0NVERTE
TO SUFFRAGET DOCTRINE
Ily IicnHi'il AVIro lo Iflvimlng Ilumlil1
l.nmlnn. Jail ti "I linpi- wo nIihII
hIii on Mnnday,'' havld l.lnxl tlonrgo.
chanoollnr of tin- oxohoqimr. tmluy
told a doiotaliini nr HurtrngeUoii.
ropriiNoiiUng tho Hnrkiug hoiiiou or
tho llrltlsh isles, whom Iu and Mir
KdHiird Uru). tho loroigu soiirutary.
voiulxoil at tho truanury ilkpnrtmont.
"I certainly ahall tin in) vary host
lo o that the unismlmoiit to thu
rraiiohhn reforui hill eltiiiliMtlug Hie
woril 'inalo' Is iwasoil by tho Iiiiiwio
of taimmons. Hlni-n I Ihvo hou In
the culiliiot I hat. haoomo a mors
I'onvlneed supporior nf hhi'io mif
(rauo than V'er,"
TWOMILIK
A M IN
STOLEN
STAMPS
Enormous Frauds Uncovered;
by Postofficc Inspcotors in!
Traffioing iu
United States.
Postage ml
CONFESSIONS SAID TO BE
IN HANDS OF INSPECTORS
Rnimfififltinns nf "Enormoiia ,
. ,. . , ,
oKnuiigiuviuiiiuviMuui-
ni'iiiiinnl Sowl in Tlvlrtiifl
w","l,uu WB,U " ""
Tlirniii'linnf flip (Innnirv t
flJy LcnmMl Wlro 10 mctunc Horalitl
lliilletin WMliliiKlon. Jan. 33.
4 lSnoriilou frmnlH nvalimt tho
KovurntiU'iit IhrouKh tho IIIokmI
tniilli-kliK in Mtoloii pioitHKH
xlHiniM kMo lo-oii dlMCovoiml by
4 'imt nltlfr iimfHH-lorn.
Koporte rocolvoil IihIm) b)
I'oDiuiHttlpr ftwHCral llltchi-ook
atmw thai thf fruwdti Ihhvo boon
4 i 'Hidui-lMl mi an tromiidoiiK a
m-ale thai Ihf) IhvoImj at IomhI
$2,OIIU.IIl ll IINUM.II'.
Imllotmontii alrwulv Iihvo noon
rolumd nBaiiml iainp brokom
In Nim Yrk (.'hlCHKii and othor
Ihikh t-ltltm t.'iiiifemMnim rorolv -
od li Uio Inapiit'lorM from moiiio
or tin- mo the-, imvo IiivanUkhI-
oil aro Mid In indlrato that Oho
raiullloatloiiH of iho fraudti nx
4 tond throiiKii'Oit Ho- ' inmlrv.
NDIFFERENT TO THE
President Elect, Having Abol
ished Inaugural Ball Leaves
Arrangements to Committee
.... . . i
Witliout Suggestions.
Ily I.onKoil Who to iaunlntr llnrnlil
Tn ntoii. N J . .Ian J.t I'roufdont-
oli-i l Wilanli H-.ilK 'itoil nda that ho ,
Wan iml oapoi'lallv allXlnilK thai a -ropllnn
nr all) nthi-r aotMtito:o In
provldod fur Hn- uuoKural ball, uhloh i
ho oppnat-il. Hi- wiih Inlil Hi.. I n.iiiii- I
doubt hail bottii i-xprtrtwu'il moiu
bvra of tin- iiuaroi-abiUul Juai.ifiir.ilK n ,
oommlHft- ii lo h IioiIihi a n i ill m
iu tho ml nuda nf Hit rupllol wnuld
ho -orruimod, aa Iho aovtiiniir tivoin- i
ini-odrd.
"I ahall ht- liHifmllv itnilfUl villi I
INAUGURATION
PROGRAM
Jurtb'itii) iitini-ini'iit tho conimltti'- nui) I
'mu ho. wtiii .Mr. wiiMiu. I
"SuiipiMtf ilit- art- uuablo it '
I taiiKo a rooopiloii ttlth!' ' In- hum
anki-il
"I Hhall ! iiorliM-lly i-ontoni. '
Tin- jtotoruor waa oriwd RKain totlax
I Iu v Iwtt tho liuuia cmhmI Intforo It
Im tilled h it I) wiitor and mdtoaloil thai!
ho woo lit try to no. j
UoilHoHltlvo CovlMKloli ol Mai)-I
to nil i-allod to polHl out tho iliidlrabll-
Ity nr a trip ! tho omiihI buforo uo.M
.Stiplombf r
"It all ili'iwnila on how Ioiik tho
oxtra nMtmUtin of (;iitniHti taais." wtitl
tin m i innr.
National fniHiulUtmman JtiMiphUH
Daiiloli. r North Carolina omhio to
Tronloii hiilH) with a dahKHllon lo
nrti-r tho prMridaiil-olM't a auminor
honii- .ii Aaliovlllo
l ining tn IVrnrl WIIhmi.
WiiahltlXlou. Jan. Tho Mai ili -
imi i imiii Hill brine Hit- Woal I'olut
oadoiN hon- foi I'roahloni-oloot Wll-.
oil a maumiratlon, wholhi-r ooiiHioaa
la,ppi''irtHoa fur tlo'ir okpoiimni nr
mo It '-oiigi-oaa lllll nut gran I ani
aiirnpriaUm for iht-ir xin-uana Hhllo
hii- tin- i-iidoU Iiiivi- do Idi rt that
oai Ii "ill oay lila nun bill.
lli-in 'Oillxi ('oiiH'i'iolliin.
Trt-olott, K. J., .lull. 38. ll .ti
loaim d tnday Hut tho mlMMloii of Hl
5yWr"
!:: .aur
Un fit hi tlnveruor Wllann haK hml
Hllb i I'ritSjrwsJlvt Mfpuhltian alm-o
hir il.. I was m-ransnd i, Hi-pn
aooiativi lottfo nf Noh Jurat-), wll"
snt word that Mr. Kvut had approvoit
nt mail' i uio n iiann wiii-im aim ing ol nociiit-n iwia) proivniwi apuiwi
Huiuoil tn talk atiinit oHswrvalloii in tho priiKtod oiiWiihhh- sgriptim(
pariii olar. 'iho negroes nf fit. ho'it A bill
Wilhitio I' Mo "in i ' i Imirinau nr thai offot'i is now psndtng in Ui imu-Hn-
HoiuiH-ralU- national ooihimKUo, nivifmi HwumlH The itmwMt,
talHi-d with friMddtni -sloot Wihtou I mittututtti nf tlvi- whits mon ami ftw
tnda) tiiniit tha Miniatorial si tun Hon
In llhiiiitK ami other siatos. .Mr. Mi-
i -.tm him Just I'oturnod rrmu a tti, -
thr-inch tho weal.
.
i
.
WOMbiN ANU UlilLS AlilU
pxTfnnxcnT.Ti t-kt nrnTJTC
(Hy l.oiiM'd Wlro to l;enlng llvriild.i
M. Kiti. ToxaM. .l-in
iiii-tn 50 and I'1 iormlni,
iu,.iU ninei and u 1 1 It aro ro-
i i .-ntoinbt'd n tin- vM-Hi'kasi-
t nt H ator tiulldlug haro, whloh 4
i-uliaused and vaught lira this
t rfrifrimoii moon oniMrioil lih
n,.iiioi in nvii I'til) was
at-i-ll aiunllg Hll.
line bitdy wmm takon
i mm tin-
4 it-i'ii
a..
VOTING TRUSTS ARE
A
ST
WITNESS
Member of J. P. Morgan anu
Company Says They Were
Organized to Make Bank
Consolidations Easy.
ORIGINAL PURPOSE
ONE OF PROTECTION
I Interesting Testimony 13
i
! Brought Out in Pujo Com
mittcc Probe Into Organiza
tion of Bankers Trust Co.
'kHy Iioiisetl Wire lo Kionlim llomltl.)
WmMiIiiki.hi. Jmi an Thoimm W.
Joyro, all oinplo).- of .1 I Mork'nti
wan Iho flint wltnoMd maiiiinod heloro
tliu huuo iiinuvy trunt coiiiinlttwc to-
J. I. MorKtui and com puny wi pre
iliu-od, ahowtiiK that thw firm on No
unibor 1 had $11,000,000 on Jipoult
with Now Tork Iwitka and fSUO.our- In
Itiwtnn bnnka. Mr. riiloniiyr in-iloa(ii-oil
in i from Mr. Juyio thu
hotdliiita nt J. I'. Moi-miiii in tho inn
Militant iniiiimiili. wlitoh wt-iv oin
binod In lht Untlod Statoi. Motil oui
porallon Mr Jo)i-o t'ouhl not rmtmber
Hhothor any auch atock wmm held
Homy I' I M vltai ii. a inoinbor nf J.
I'. MnrKuu and oamiMuy, lnoi- Jan
uar) I. I aim. temlflml that ho ii.-ko-Hatod
Iho pimhaiw of Uio atook In
tho Uoaranty Truni rompany. for thu
orKHiil.orM nr tho vntttiK iriiat. inr tho
truat comiainy. Uooiko Hakor. he
alil. had nolhltiK to do with Iho iii-ko-tkitioiiH.
Mr. Ilaliur waa at Hint llin
oontioitod with both tho Mutual and
tin- Guaranty Truat. JMirchunoa nf
il.OOO ahuroM from .Mm. II. II. llurii-
man and ii.000 rrom tho Mutual Mfo
iiHurunoo toioiiiiny. Mr. UhvIkou mhui,
Kkvo tho iirKiinlom control of 12,000
out of tho 20,000 Rharoa of tho oout-
pan)
.!.. at.!.. ..r I'ttllhir Iniulu
It'll HUB HIIUBI lUM ll 'WOliirV
Mold Mr. DuviiHiii. "I am porfcotly
wiltliiK to r-Jtwinnumd Hint ihoeo vol
I Iuk triiHta ho dlwtnlvod. The votlnrf
. 11-in.tM iih hiiuh luivo had no inoro lo
,1)0 with the, roul maiiMKuinuni ot thu
UllHinom IIIBII uio l-ujn .imiiiiiiih-v
Mr. ITntormyor nnd tho wlttioaa 111
ilnlunil in nn nt'Rumant ovor tho uao
ruluotw or votliiK Iriml arrttiik't'iiioiita
for tho oontroi or miani-mi ini-
tlltlollM.
Woll." an Id Mr. Unloniiyor. 'ho
will ho woll wulluftod with your ula'i-
fmout that you win two your inr
'lo dkatolve the voting trtwU."
riUHiici'
Hut I didn't mr timl," olijavlcd
Mr. Davlwou.
"I aa that I now mtv no uaorul pur
pone lo ho uorvntl hy thuno votliiK
trtiMtM and on niHluro oonaldunitlnn. i
would prohubly rwMminwntl. ao far .
my voIp la roiiotiriinrt. that Ihf) la
dlaMilvod."
Mr. Untoniiyt'r hi out-lit ooi ihi Um
vol of two or til tliroo triwlHa of
Iho iMiikora and tumnatiiy tomuitwlwi
voutd dlwwlv thu trust and that Mr.
luvUum waa a trusivc ot each i"lii
iwiiy.
Mr. Davlaini aald thai tho thiaraiil
Trust oonipmiy waa ai'iiilrod by hhn
Hll ami hl asiaK-fl with tho ldu
that It would he iticrgud Into Uio
HankHT Tril timpny Ilo mini
UilH ntuti'iiiiMit, aM to tho volliiK triiBl
acroaiiHunla:
"WV yottiiiftir tuoii oranuoti uio
Hankoin TioW doinjianv in 1008 and
at that Umfl w orKiinlwd tho olliiK
trum. Tho puniwHi of ihtH
truat a to iiroclud tho iioaalhlllly
of tho purchutw or uoiittal of tho stoeh
by intM Mttiva III .Nw York at tlmt
Hmo who eradlt and rospoitslliimy
waa Mluwtloii'Ml' Who" ' "' 10
plan to uke In iho Oiwraiity t oinimny
Iho Mitiiig truat Irad orkd ao woll
In tho llankora' trwl thai wo urKHti-
hwol th nuaralitv undmr Uio shiii
niu.. .iIm.i ii. Hihi It inluhl oanllv lo
tubllll IIVHI-."
i Mr I'nloriiDt-r hmuuht out in iu
IioiiIiik I hut aovoral orKaiilsrn nf Uio
I llankom' truat war- wblwly knonn
I Iwnkom. UU or mt.-inv yoara nld.
Kni'ki-rolh'r at tlek) I Ir-liind.
I'i i nandlna. I"la . Jan ii UMIIiam
Km ki-ri-lloi Him worn In NaaU o -oral
wofka agn. tida boardod C. K
G Hillings' )aiht hale In r-lurn In
Jek)l Island, whero Iho nil iniigiiui'
hux hi Hlntor hmiio Tin liiu-kefellor
IMirl.v ii rrlv t-tl iii ii spei-iiil oar from
I'allli lltfaih .ilni linsrdril Hn- aohl.
whieh at mm II ho media to I
PU0TBSTS AGAINST THE
.SEGREGATION OF NEGROES
'
tlr l.rarrt Wlr l KnlB HrrolitJ
' mi I,ih Jan. A sperial iwin
in U loo aitpniiilod hy Iho HI Utlllx
cub it-agiio. to invostlRjiti- thi- hum-
ngi;roos. hold that ih prnpotvual liw
is unwntVablo and unonnsiituHoiMi.
1
iuini,n, King In IIUmi Ihi).
I Kan Frani'lsoo. Jan tt Howh Hi
tlm mnrky depths of Hsn Prainrtseo
i ttav. ii soon diatnotul nag inat
iioh ami attain anarklsd nu the hand
f Mlsa Irono Kll IkHwwui hIHIim
Ita radlanrn was itmnurai in pawH
brnkai' vhuIIs. ItiMlnlpli Wolh ga
the ring tu Miss Kally. Whoiiav..- ho
inlMHtl It she would give hlni I ha
lli'kat and ho wtHtkl radeaMi Ul
piodgo Tiring of this naaUme, yes-
lords), after SMinlltig Up in puriMH
of tho original 1000, lid iM Ui ring
iiimi iir ohs.
Mlaa Kelly awuro mil a. warrant
: i ....
charaing Wnlb with lar0lty.
MENAGE
MONEY TnU
RAILROADS ANXIOUS
TO SHUT OFF
PASSES
Colorado Hearing Discloses
Heavy Outlay by Denver
and Rio Grande in Free
Transportation.
UNITED STATES SENATORb
TRAVEL WITHOUT COST
OD MtMM d who ... Kw-m.,K nemM.1
uoiivor. Jan n - In Juti. 1U12. tho
Daiivr ami Kin rtramla Itallroadl
ooinpaini iaMd lrr IrHiiHpnrlMllon to
tlln valllo of Sr,.1.tOO nr 1A nnr onnt I
or tlio total iaNttHHor rvono of tho CoUntV SftlarV Bill AlsO SilBI!
rofld. fnr t lt nlh -.onr.lln.r ft. Ihnr1""1'' wsmJT "iV MW
latoniuiit or j it. Aimrw. auMljitntil I
lo uio vici- prwrtiltmt of Hit railroad
i'ooiHiliy. In hln loallmniiv before In
temtato Comiimrto t.'oiiimlwlotu-r
Jainoa X. HarUm, tntlay Mr. Androwe
was tho first wltneMo oallod In tho
commhralon'M Inwrlntr on the luauunoo
or rrou iraimportation, which opunud
nsrs inis mnrnitii.
Tliw Hamas of arloioi pomous who
una roi-oivon rro iranaporiailon woro
hoii h, Mr. A lid to a. Thsy Inoludo
nvnator mmoii Qtiiiusiihslm. of Color
do and Sutnitor Rtxtd Mmoot of Utah.
lis axpiatHMl that roKUlar tlcksts wero
Iflven soihsUiiim lo rHilltlclans and
others who inMhi ha em -srraftfttxl hy
iho in, of ptuMM It atatod that tho
lailiiHtda or mixlooti to do away
wllb tho Issnanc nf jmimom, and that
uio) iihihni to iho nilonoalii I'oni-
mot co oniinlrtuii and to tho .unto
ISKlalaturSS to llflp thwm to do tht.
Thw '-out dUtooHUnilHHto of froo
traiuiiortMUoH iiv iho folonido nil!
roHda, ho mxplalood, hnh tho dlrct-t
rssiilt or the indict iiiaiit of aoinn of
tho riaida at I'uobh., laat fall. The
ratlroadH. ha wild, hail Inokod upon
that ms furiilahliiit tho intyrholnnlcal
moment tn put a reform into eireot.
In oponliiK tho himrltiff Commls
nlonor lliirlitn nnnounood Hint all wit-
iiohkoh had livon auhpocnaod under
oath, nnd worn thoroforo Immuno
from puiilnhinuut If tholr toitimoay
ahowod that thov htid Vlolutt'd tho
law. Ilo oxplnlni'd tho purpoao of tho
luvoMllgiitlou. HHylnir that an n result
of numorouH complulnta tho commls
Mon hiHt Kohrunry, on Ita own Itiltla
tlvi) decided to limtltuto u compluto In-
oulry roBnrdlni? tho uh0 of frco truns-
nortadon nurt'onlurlv whon ll wna
gruntod In no effort to litiluonco the
routine of intorniuto ireiRhl nit
mollis. Tho ontMilnc hearliiRsi worn
hold In Donvor. ho siild, hooouso It
woa hillovcd hy tho commission thai
tho hMuiineo nf pasties In Colorado was
uniiHiiully oxtoimivo.
HoJirlUK .Vntlon-Wldo In Scope.
Donvor, Colo.. Jan. 2S. -With more
than sixty wiltioaMox. imiutiina snip
Horn and rallriaul oIIIoIuIh, under sub
nonna. th Htaen wua not oorly today
for tin op'iultiK of tho nattoii-wido
boa i Inr bafore intorntato Comniorco
Comiuiaaloiier llarhin. Into Hie alleKod
lllosal and liupruper use or railroad
paiuieH. I'rom tho tuxt of the ques
tions whloh worn uHkod ut tho begin
nliiK of tho day's hoHrlUK- It wu ovl-
dntit that tha rommlMllonor's IllVestl
KUtloii will he oonilnod, ttiHlnly to the
ohHi-Maa that Colorado rullroada have
Mlven puswss to Cnimado altlppers to
Inlluoiira thain In connootlon with
thair InturstHle shipmonls of frolKht.
"This invMtlRHtlon will not stop
wltb h ntarn rnrtort." wild Commls
slouar Harliin. "hut proawutlons will
folbiH Hhnrovor we tlmi tnoro naa
liiH.ii a violation of tho law Ntdloss
tn wv. thorr will bo a rK;ommondii
Hon for aildtilniiMl stul llHltlon
HKIllllHt Um lino of ihihsom. If wo llnd
bur., u-hiii wo h'.ve Vioon told oxtnta.
Our spoolal oxamltiom hovo bean In
Colorndo for aovarol days, looklnp up
tho ovhlonoti. iu tho eimn tuul while
thoy havo matin no formul roport. wo
.ivniHtt iholr tsstlmoiiy wilt no or in
tnrost to the hoiiriiiK.
limit Itnln lll'lll'illi;.
Chicago. Jan. it. Several wltntwsos
toatlflsd today before hiturstate com
llluoon Ciltllll iiatvioiior I'routr. In sup-
port of tho oontontluit or tho Inwu
mllroad count salonors that present
IiIkIi ratos
from interior Iowa ll:MS
skid St. Louis. Kansas Mty
In tt'Mtttnrii
i ttr .tt chtoasn HI. LulllH. KuilsllK City
.i ..ik.r ....inty Mhi. rullrtKid com-
ittlturiiiiinrii ar soakltlK a downward
revision of t lit larirfa
HIGHGRADERS PINCHED
IN LEADVILLE R0UND-UP
rn. i..Mitd Wlr In mrninff iicranii
" ' " . ... ... .... it f..n
h ui1IIi. i "in . Jim
tin i-h rii iiii-ni i and Kred Noldihi
wore arrtadod b) Khertir bt iirauor m
.ut thiirsoil with high-grading "Per
..U....K A M.ari-h of Uiitff homo '
.. ,.i.i,iri ..r i an otiv lol to thu
tlK..r nf aboot 18 poundf f dl
nrm li till) an In ll OttU limiu-caa- nom
itn ttr Ih tall. Shorlff Schrador ad
miltsd today that h had more than
nn score of psrsoiui unour urv..
Un.-. y (WtUIIOCIIOH Willi III llKn
ui-atllitH onniUoHs In U- I , wait Ills
ouiiip
lit. Main In- wnuie oimivui
srrvsu mih wIish prawn n
i ttri'iln
that nro wnuld Im- itiuntl.
HohroM Cnlloxo HtHllciiUil.
ciMolnv'aU, u.. Jan. M. Tho mosi
imtabU v an I of ill.- iHWitythlnl bl
eu n la I sslii of I ha ooitHdl af Amer
ican Habrtnt oMngragatNiiMi long juaeo
yMbWHlay when the nw halWInps nf
the Hebron Hnlnn eollag. wsra THll
(altal awl note than JISO.OOB for the
unit inaliileoanoti ilarlMg Us Hrnt
ywir. was nibsrlbtl within twenty
minutes b ihi variola delagataa proa-
OHl
To Incri-iiMi (iiiirl-iii.
LoaHWorUi, Ka.. Jan. IS. It was
rtorltal at I'ort L.wvoirworUi yeiter
day that the wiir dotiartiiiant Intoiirts
Ui iHcruose the InlHiitry cmiainlM on
-uti at tha post to war slrnnglh. giv
ing ach ooiHptuty tan mon Should
this iH'cur, Hi atrvngUi or tha Rrrl
goii will ba ihi imim! to tliu mon. Tho
owiiiwuls" at Fuit LoHvanwurth havo
ioi been at war stiiee 1010. when (hey
wwr rducU to 65 men attoh.
WILD PROMISES ARE
BEIN6 MADE TO
MR. FILL
Desperate Effort Seing 3Ctlft
by Otero and Baca 3C4 t
Prevent Republican Cuou8
Tonight.
CLEMENCY OFFERED TO 1
trarvma txr matiuw
rHIlililJJS IN PJtlSOJf
Used a3 Lever to BeftitS
House Members Into jbtti-
Fall Movement.
Sjierlal Ulaiitilca I KvnalAM fHtmMV
tunia Ke, N. M.. Jan. 33.- 'l'ho
Hoiiulorlnl con(rovrny la tho nolo
tuple of ubtitroveritv herli list
iiiHht and today. Ilttfo eiso belnr
UliK'iiHsod In the hotels an3 'thu
canltol. The anti-Full forces.
supporting ox-aavornor Otero H"d 4
Stioukor Baca aro bcndlne orttr
orrori 10 prcvnni too joint caucus m
of itopubllcatiH which Is caltod m
for tonight in tho chamber Of ths 4h
supremo court. i
All kinds of Ntorles aro Ae4ti !
ull kinds ot promises are toeing
made member a of Uio leclffelitrp,
In return for their pledge Ut vote M
aitalnst the reflection ot 8eator 4h
rait It Is even said that mem-
hers who hsvo friend a&A la t
snmo cases klnsmon In tho pn- t
itentiary havo been promlRdd x
oiutlve clemency for their loved 4
onoi In return for their sUppott
ot the anti-Fall movemenr.
The governor, who alono cn
(rrant pardons for men Ih so
penitentiary, him been consulted
In thin matter and no one tor a
moment believes that ho wttld
countenance any suah urnte-
mont. It cannot bo too strowily
denied.
The county salary bill, It is
i n is
a lvr
nto tha
to tn-
mild, in also belnrr used as a
to boost house members into
nnll.Kni: movement, and
duco them to remain out of the
Hepubllcon caucus. Th story
here today Is that one county t
fleer hero waa Isst night oKer4
any ralury In reason he mliht kv
munti n return ior nis luppri y
in tho senatorial flsht, Ilo was
even allowed to name his own
or that Is, ho was to bo lvn
tho choice of thrc. mens former
Oovornor Otero, Marcos C Do
Uacii and Bpeukcr Haca.
Tho nsmu of Kollx Martlnca Is
being ootiKtantly used by those
bent on stirring up trouble- for
tho Full forces. Tho immo ot
Martinea is one to ronjuro wllh
m Now Mexico politics anil
htruntto things aro predicted
when Mr. Mnrtlncs arrives and
gels in tho Biimo.
It Ih known, however, tht Mr
Mitniuoz dooM not propo get
into tho amo Just at this time,
being otiguged In othor and nioro
important mutters. , t
Ol.lu ..fl.irnollll KKIMlOU Of ttlO
liniiw was uneventful and wbh inrkd
by the reappearance of,ooventl jn?as-
' ..a t.tHi uttAiln Ik
urea uoicaiou nr. um !" wi'
Among thitm wsu the twoccilt (aro
bin. mtroduued by Mr. Lucero. Mguao
bill No. I. by wo Haca anu toruo.
un net to reguluto logRlng. wim also
introduced. This is tho blUfr!
aroused such bitter oppouiUoaj
tho lumber eompaaics wnicn wnj"
i,. mi bwtJHinn or iho leslslaturo tcrr
sonted that It would practically uut
thoin out ot business. AnotHpr wu
timer Is houso bill No. (3. Inoduccd
by Mr. Carter, requiring rallr-M! com
panies to equip ail incuiuuuve win
yard engines with eicctrlc headllghw,
Messrs. Llewellyn and Moreno Intro-
.i...i t...i t.111 V.. 4 1. nn net In CO
unnrnVo Tirrirmtlonii hhd No. 4. an att
I vrr.ff!. ..r t..iiiftw riiipin.i.
UIIU iiiuinicnmn..- ut ...
Houso bill ii, Carter, affecting tho
title of real estate, woa also ttro
dueed. and No. 15, Itogorfl, defining a
JogHl fence and providing damages to
uwnera of property inclosod by euon
CoiX u'Hlmti'ur in urns to (ho bill
fonoos. Houso bin o. i. ""
oifereu in tn.o eoaio hub mommg
vtdinir for tho ronioai ot unfiiitnttll
public oilhiers. It was referred to tn
oommitten on Judioiory aud ordered
prltitod. Iloune bill No II i tntic
duced by Mr. Tripp to prohibit tw
drinking of intoxicating- llauors oi
pssMoitgor trains. A nvetwenger from
the snnt atinouuied the pasaage of
tn bill riKtHtring otljoera of tha cor
poration eommlaslon und ccrtuln, stato
olUeers to giro bond; also the psigo
of the Joint resolution inviting View
President Marshull to address tho tear
lalaturo. A senate messenger also n
iiiiiinuiiH iho nuksaee of houso bill No.
in nmkJ" amiroprlHling money tor IrgtoUttv
rr,n"K . . "y"'c r"-l"'"A,1"" 7.
ny jir. Itiewuiiyn, i)fuiuin tttv
hill should be tntroduved after tho last,
day of February, vaa lost on s rullntf
of tho spcakur tnat ii was a onanso
In Iho hodWe rules and thorctorc re
quired a two-thirds vol Roll sail
nn tho resolution showed 33 in Uio
fiftlnnatlvo and Id in tho negatlva, Mr.
Mullens movea a rceonsiueriMioH oi
tliu vote and the roiolutlon vfis rr
forretl to tho eonimlttpe on rules. Mr
Tully'd rosolutton thunklng tho tXnlt
ml mute army for protecting MeUUtM
on the border vas adopted.
I. r -at Oml lied round H tli Cont
HrusMils (llulglumi, Jan. Ml
oovnry of extensive coat fluids It." 'h
ueigiun vougo, pour tvu.utni wa
oonflrmed pfflclally today by Cbio
Unglneer Mtnctto ot tho Oolctvl
and Mining society. Dorlnv Pv ttR
urvo. "f VOO sniiaro miles dlsoSMaHt
In era front six to seven fact In ltttolt
nes of a quality shutter to tat nt
liillgaijlan wal. Th dlwvrNw
wero tnudo not far froni the Tutto
ylku riTTway, no -under ooiwsri
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