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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1914.
OI 1. .NO. ta.
WELL
REBELS TAKE
HUERTA WARNS CHIEFS
IS
IE CAREFUL,
ii
Provisional President Urges
Extreme Diligence in Giving
All Possible Protection U
Non-Combatants.
I LIFTING EMBARGO
IMMENSE STIMULUS
Million Cartridges and 3,000
Rifles Confiscated by Uncle
Sam Now Going Back to
Rebel Owners.
It? l-eward! Wire to 11 veiling Hernlil.l
Mcxbo Feb 5 A circular of
nattm tlnr, w.i leaned today bv
'toii.mnnl preaident Hmriii " the
hli fa of all m my rilvMnna and gov
rimr of atutea. II rrcltea )i u I the
civi-mmrni him begun n more i'ih
nmpaign against I hi" rebela unit urge
hat extr. me diligence lie observed 111
nlng nil poaalble protection I nun.
ombntniii. ferritin a well bathe.
.-moving them when neccsaary .mm
he xmica of opcrat nnia.
ir. Iii.n io Al w i r, ai llna minlmcr
I iln- Interior, In commenting on the
tiaing of tin ,-rnliii I ici. I'll .trim, by
up l itit.it stnica mini It w.i" proof (
ie almcrity of Prcaldciil Wllanti,
in , fur ii lung time nobody ha tt
tiorint of the U'l thai th.te hud
i'ii iindlaguiaed i.i-riitii i- In t lie m il.
r "f introducing anna ami aiiiniuiti
nli iii'i..N tl', iMinli'r. He aunl it
oiilil nut iilil the rcioliiiloiii.ta but
i the other hand. IK. Mexican gov
i linn nt would tiriitlt ly It "since it
ih a hniy oppnrtunity n make
iimn the power which II really n.-
- MIH."
Ir Alcncer aaid he linneil In the
ur future Mexico would hiive nml
.ile reluiioita tilth ihe I'nited xtuti
, m iimv ilRht ami Jn-lite cie bound
prevail
HUM, or I MUMK.O
im .iu:i A4TIVITV
full nun. SitmtiiH, Mexico. Feb !.
in- 1 1 f ' i ri h "f ihi- embargo on the ex
.ii. in, .ii i.f iiiMii, tii'itl the Fulled
.Mix caused great Hrtlvlty iiiiiium
iimI It ill ii 1 1 t military rhii fa. tlen-
,1 rnrr.inxn'a h,inliiiiiru,i here
ile lliiiHleil toilnV with leleKrmtl"
mil ui mi imiiiuftii tiirera In miiny
it i.f Hip xtorlil. The ,rnpuBlt tmi"
iinil pIii.wimI th.it Ihe Hitlun of
eBiilent Wilaon hurt allied the rredlt
ihe revuliitiiiiiarv party.
If. ii eieiteil,. lh rnlteil r-M.ite
llwi the iit'ina nnd ammunition
nnnateil uliina the Imrrter alnre the
HlniiltiK the iiinalltiitlonHllat rev-
it tun. the Inatiraenti wntiltl hve Hie
ineiila nei eaanry to tn ln at once
rtie lampuiKii. I ealimHten
.... .. H.,
it .itiiiut "tie million runin'uri.
urly 3, mill ritlea have ne.-n eoniia-
IimI by the I'nlted Stalea luitnoriitea
ring the laat year.
ll Vllltl lis Of TIIOfHWIW
or IIOIMIS DKI.IVI III l
WaahlnKlnn, Keb. &. Hmnlreu in
uiiaaliila of round" of rifle and ma.
iiiY gun ammunition under aeixur
.ii a Ihe Mexlrnn iiurder r iM'InH
Iriied over to th rontlUiiln:ini
faal aa they prn ownerahlp.
HurlnK the laal two yaura nuenta ni
.! purtment of Juatlcn have ur-
I -ltd humlieila of men in tne ai
liannl'iirliiia arma nrroaa the bor-
iind have, aelaed rarlunda of ant
iunion. In many ra me -
inltlon an aelaed waa turned oer
It hml been uaed aa nldenee.
l-lui h arma aa may Im neeiled aa evi-
Inre aiiHIIiat oeraona allll under In
mem. will not ba releaaed for tne
aint. It "i1 ". however
ih deiinrtment f JiiMli-e proii-
't
..il n..i ultemni In nrowcuie nn
! Him tfXHIIiat arma immimi-ii-
HI IMTI) riAIXMi
I llOltlll'H I'U'IMH
I.ViiahinBlon. Keb. r,. rreaiueo.
I i..... no reaaon why any
lerlian troopa on Ihe border ahouia
withdrawn, even thnugn me e...-
n on arma baa been llfleil. n
Indicated at the While Mmia
.i ithie tn a iiimeni m .
i -bl lie a lered. tor tne .iea-.
r., uoiihl be mi rediictlun III th
I rol
iirther atepa In the adnilnottrn
, w... ..... I... ..II
il a WeXtciin pone, nmr
iiked out lut It a inituaieii in...
of liiinortant nature waa
ending.
ua IIVVII I.I. III A
i'itii: or mmimiiim
.ownaville. Tex . Feb. a. A wexi
bra a. b.inil marched Ihrougli tne
4.l here loil IV lellillllK B i'.ii-"-
l. lxbl.el. wagona loaUeil wun am
liloii, lh Drat regular importation
ihe conaiMulion.illata of north
Mexico alnce the lifting f the
a.... l .,
.nran in I'reameni a nam. n.r.
no. huh orunda In the wagona
y eroaaeii tne inn iiranoe n.
. . . ... . . . . ... .i ...
rua. heHd'tiuirtera of Ihe conan
unillata.
HUERTfl
MAZATLAN, IMPORTANT SEAPORT;
C 0 AST T Q W N
POIIIT
Capture of Sinaloa Fort by
Carranza'a Men Adds Consid.
erable Advantags to Consti
tutionalists. ARTILLERY USED
WITH GOOD EFFECT
Transfer of Bulk of Federal
Garrison to Guaymas Give
Revoltosos Needed Oppor
tunity, liy Irajard W lip i.vcnliie Hi-ralil.)
Noiculca. Artx.. Feb. h. M mat l.i'i,
an liiipoitiinl at a i o isI port In tin
-tale of Himiloii, roll Int., the h.miJ"
ul I'm rinx.i a rel.el f'Hiea tnilay. i.i -i-oiiling
in InforimMlon rei-eUed In
.Noaelea, honora. froin rebel ai.linea.
The reliila hae been lnvrlliiK the
iltv for nome tine. hiivliiK aiitnriJ
Culhiiail, the atute riiital. aeerJl
weka iiko. ti.'ullaimi in north if M i
aiUn and it uaed by the r 'eta ai
a Mippiy .i.ine or then uttai a upon
the federal troopa In Mnxatlan.
The federala bud taken the biraer
I'onlon of their troopa out of Maaat
Ian ii nil a'lit them to th delenae of
iiiiayniHH. wbiih Ibev eidiantly
tlimig In ibe rebela would tlmi try to
ineal Thta weakened the g irriNon
to aui h an extent that I le rebel In
Veatittiri w.ia i ojnplctel e.t. al
Ihouiili tiiu -h hot liahtinii la aaid to
Iihv x uii in n 11 KmI the lull of the
port.
Tile rebela uaed artillery in Ihe .it-
iMek and their ahelia anatlert'd many
of tbt) biilidina In the town. Thi
letiela had (be aiUanlttt- of pinterting
bllla In the ittn k and the feib'tul
Kim tire wn not atloua.
M.ii.ill.ili la the home of many I I' ll
tipaiitaida ai.d Mexbatia The fill ul
Ihe to aij will juli in pl.n'iiilt many
ople with money in a pomtion
while the, mn be f.ined to lontrlb
ii tn to the i ..n-l ll ul limn lixt n raiiap.
M.iuitliin a mrt from whb'h murb
nblpptna la ilotie. It la nlau the home
ol iiliiiv tlabermeii ami Ha i arum x t i
opt My to .Mexli an but to I'ullfol llU
Imrla.
The capture of Maxatl.in placea the
Plat aeaport in Ihe fniaeeaainn of the
lebelK. l'or tnoiitba the Curtaliza
laataa hnir battled for Ihe poaaeaulo )
of iluatmaa. Honora'a moat Important
acapoit, without avail
INl yi OK I.A l.M
(ilds H K TO Ills .loll
I'urla. Feb. I. Adolfo d la l.nina.
who in January rraixned hla point mil
aa Mexican milliliter of llnance, aa n
pruteat agalnat I'rov lalnn.il rreaideiit
Muerta a decree auapendlng the pa
inenl of Inlereat on the Mexican na
tional debt, decided today to return
to Mexico to aerve again aa mlnlater
of llnance.
Pruvlaional Preal lout lluerta, aft.-r
de la linr.a'a rreiHiiulioii, ai nt bini ll
long friendly cablegram expreaaing
hla luiiltilriii and rcllame. on fenor
da la Ijimu and urging him to con
tinue ua nilniatcr of finance.
Senora d la Ijinia. with her five
Bonn, will remain af Ijiuannne
Hwllxrlund. where two of the bn.va
are at achool.
Th Inlereat due In April on the
Mexican deu la aaid to be already In
hand. II nmnunta to I'.'.n.O'Mi. K nor
de In I.i ma haa alao begun negotia
tion to raiae t .". . On il .not to meet the
July Inlereat v" menta.
ri itorr noix mit
IMlKltTtMl, NlVS y.CO I
Pa I la. Fej 1 Juan Punrhex Ai
rami, aei retaiy ol atate under Vcnua
liano CiirraiiKU, and the envoy of Ihe
conatitntlonullat :iub r. arrived here
today fiom Ami'riia.
"Kurope doe mil acem to under
aland the extent and character of the
Mexican revolution," he aaid, "und ll
la tti purpoae to Inform Hie people
here Jual wbal Hie reMilulinniala me
trying to do. It la not ni otiject to
repluce the repreaenlallvea of t'ar
raiiaa III London or I'aria. I am go
ing to lltiiiu later on."
WOULD-BE PRESIDENT
OF HAYTI CAN'T FIND
A PLACE TO LIGHT
It lawtl Wire t livening Herald
Wuaiimgtoii, Feb. h Molipl.uxlr,
on of the aeveral riindidutea for the
preldet of Haiti, haa arrived ut
Cape llalllen on the Herman atenmer
Saiora, but haa not been allowed lo
land, according to navy ilepal tment
deapuichea today from Commander
lloaiwuk of I ha S'aaliMlle Moli
Piuiatr llleit to dineinbuia at poit all
I'rincu several daa ago but wax re
fuaed permiaalon. Slate deparlmenl
dupHtchea ronllrm Ibe newa that
liavllinar Theodore haa na lalined
hlmaelf president and appointed a
cabinet. Iieaormea la repolled ut
I bilaain.e marching on Cape llalllen.
T T C
NOT TO HURT
feA-
Wilson
to
Justly Celebrated Shillelah of
Andrew Jackson . Presented
to President by Senator
Thompson.
m$ la-aat-rf U'trn i.i Ktriilnc Herald. 1
Waahinuton, Feb. ri.--Andrew
Jlli knoll a famoua hickory atlck
wiia pri'Benled to I'realilent Wll-
aim today by Senator Thompaull
In behalf of l-evl l.udlaii'.. of
Wiihtiii. Kun. who ant It from
a a friend of the former prcaidi nl.
It la mild to lie the aame all. k
) with which "Did Ilickill'V" liaat-
eil the ('lilted Hialea tri-aauly on
I'ennaylx iinln nveniie. There waa
ii diapute ua to when. It xhmild
be
"Fill It here." Jin kaon la
credited with having aalil. aa he
plunged the end ol the hb kor
atlck into the ground where the
building now alanda.
THE
CONSTITUTION
MODE EASILY
Cummins and Others Urge
Amendment Eliminating
Need of Initiative Action by
Congress.
fBj lfaaett Hlrr to Kvemng rrrrald.J
Waahiiixlon, Fell. onli nil
Ing that Hie roll! It ul Ion ought
to be the direct delineation of
till people r.itbi r '.'.nn the decla
ration of all executive body,
Senator I'uuimlna ami other
itn-mbera of the Judiciary com
mittee aubmUled a minority re
port today urging adoption of
I tie ao-callcd gateway alll'til
inent to make the roiiat it in nm
amend. tide wittiout Inttlaliie ai-
lion by cutigreaa. It had
upon,-, I adversely by the
be, n
Judi-
clary majoritiea.
Sena tola Waiah, Itorah.
aon. iiverman and i 'billon
Nel-
II I HO
favored the I'limmlna reaolut ion.
SECRETARY BRYAN
SIGNS PEACE TREATY
WITH DENMARK
( Hjr Ia-aaitl Wire to rvt'ulng flfralil. 1
WaaliiiiHtnn, Feb. i. Secretin '
Ilrynn today lgned a peace treaty
with Ilenmark pruviillng for the aub
mlH'lon of any iiueationa in diapuie to
a fominUalon which a allowed it per
iod of one year for examination ami
report.
Cnntantln Ilrun. the Daniah mln
later, aimied the treaty (or hia own
Kov eminent. Ho far elKhl rui .1 con
untloiia have been algned but none
hiiie yet been aii.inilll.il to the ach
ate. Heeretarv Hryan tale today received
Word that a almiUr treaty with Por
tugal had been algned in l.lahon. Por
tugal make the tenth country with
which inch peace treallea have been
algned. Three otheia are about ready
to algn.
i i i, kd ih
mum ii:w t: tiiM iurxri'
Washington. Feb. S. The I'niled
Htatea, It became known at the White
limine today, hna laaued a cull fot the
hold.lig of the third peace confer
ence nt The Hague next year. Till
government took thia action, it la tin
o. into. ul, at the I en, neat of Queen Wil-
helmlnu of Holland.
RUBBERNECK WAGON
HIT BY TRAIN; FOUR
SEVERELY INJURED
t.eaarn' Wire .". lerali!
Jackaoiiv ille, Fla., Feb. 5. Four
pcraoiia weir aeriouly Injured and 1
more were leaa aevrrely hurt there tt.
ily when a rallwjy train tirmk a
Igbtaeeltig autoloolille. All the hurl
urv Florida folk.
All a Mlatake Ata.ot Peru.
New Vork, Fill. 5. Kduardo 1Mb
ginaon, Peruvtan conaul general lure
today received the following cable
gram from Lima, algned by F.igucru.
iindi'r ae.relury of foreign aflaira ai
the P. -Milled iagutul:
"Public opinion and the p.ltluUm
of Ihe army upheld Hie respect rtti"
to the tonatltiitlon oT the atute.
Preaidenl Pillinghurat reagned. There
are no dial iirbancea. but iiiiunlinoiia
rejoicing. Thi rectiriea errnneou
linpreaatong."
WOULD
AMENDABLE
FOREIGNERS
Until Death Do
Us Part
At Least Tammany Chief
Thinks So; Declares He Will
Be Leader Just as Long a
He Lives.
I liy 1.4-aat'il W ire In l.totilnj lfcrnlil.1
New York. Keb. 5. '
tnii ml
to hIhv here aa long ua 1
aaid Charley F Murphy
liy "here' he meant the
loil.iy.
bid
rrahli of Tammany hall.
Ilia at. item.. nt waa oclieit
I'orib by an i n-i u t regnr,ling
the ri'tioll that he Inteinbd
anon to retire and real an
leadert-hlp to a committee
' three of hla frlciida. "That
l he
of
la
not true," aabl Murphy.
Th aa F. Foley. the ex-
aherifl named In theae riimora
na one of the three on whom
the chief Intended to drop hia
malille, aabl:
"All thiN talk la atarted by
oulatdera who maiV ,jilhtrca of
theini-lea In Ihelr own little
tonra and i nine here to ai irt
aoiuethlnji The only way tbev
can be iiotlcid la by trytnu to
alurt aometbiiiK nsiiluat T.uii
tllittiv ball "
SEEJING
Great Patriotic Outpouring to
Urge Upon Gustave Need of
National Defense.
Iltv 4-aarl Wire to I'.triiing Ifcrald 1
Stockholm, Feb. i. Thirty iboii-
aand iiMlrtoltc Swedea uaibered In the
OUtakirta of the Swedlah tapoiil to
d.ii. 'I'bey will wall there nil tumor
row. when they will man b in pro.
1'eaalon before K.ng iSuatni and pro'
sent a ti.tiilon aaking fur the rein
forceiiieiil of the national ib fen "n.
The petition demanda an linieiiae
of in maim-iiiM without m lay. Thr
iiiovemeiil la rcgarilcd in many qtiar-
tela oh iinltialiie of the feura ol
nuinv Hwedca of poaaible l:iiNlan ng
greaaion
The pllklimaft haa been in prog-
reaa for day und Ihe capital haa pre
fm red great leativitlea aa a welcome
to the demoiiatraloia. The great pro-
eeaalon Will truverae the illi to the
place where the king will r-elve It
111 cry p.irtb ipant la to U,. pieaeiilcd
with a iioitrait of hla majilv.
The Soiiallata have .maimed
lotinier dcmonairailon on Sunday in
fa i or of id" ii'iiHril in 1 1 m i v cxpendl
t urea.
POLITICIAN PINCHED ON
CHARGE OF HAVING
ATTACKED A WOMAN
(liy j-a'il Wire io I '.veiling Herald. 1
rhlcago, Feb. t, JoHit.li Mellon
ough. a Fifth ward politician who.
.cording to Mlaa M.iv Wal-.li one of
ihe women election clerka who aerved
at Tueaduy' eleetion, iiii.uked and
beat her Inat night while r-he wiia
I'linvaaainir the ward, am -rendered lo
the nollce today, lie Waa booked on
it chui ge of naaatill nnd I mi 'cry am
releaaed oil bnfllta.
M, Imimitgh denied that he atrm U
the woman ill I'lmn i lerk.
Kei'iiuae no warrant bad been la
lied the aaaault and batten ihlllffcB
againat M I lotmukh wvr. ii miaaed
laier In Ihe day. The it. lion off!
elaia declared that the ca-e --mid la
taken hi'lorc the couiiu i . i i rt on
formal charge by Mlaa '!. who
saol ahe waa airuck bv M I oiimigh
while performing her duties a clerk
of election.
Itlg IU'U,iati Nm.ii.
London. Feb. i. - The I.. 1.
ernment lo-lai a nuoiiic i .1
uiiiounting to I jii.imiii.ihii, a
cent It la to b. laati.il at
be redeemable wit bin :'! ii.'
in gov
i loan
..r
nnd lo
BODYJDF MURDERED
TIMEKEEPER FOUND
UNDER CITY HALL
Illy I'-a-a d Wiry Iti l APiiinp Herald 1
I'leielalld. , F
Mia.
Jennie II Merer bit
home ill Plllelilllgll too
the bodv of Iter bllaliatal
ll .Menei-. n,i,l i ami
victim, W hoae laid) ll-'
burled under the new
here yealerilay.
Lieutenant Matowit
a I'leveiand deletiiie l.u
loil.iv with a warrant
man Stanley. 2. und. r
Wheeling, W. Vu . ill. ti
Mel, et a murder A "
under xurv ellla nee In n
connection with the
Mercer waa a tunekiepe
new city hull a Ark und
f "i her
. with
Kobe It
i iiliery
liilllid
ni hall
of Ihe
. lefl
r Nor
mat at
.1 with
. i n waa
. ,i.iy in
minder,
mi the
Sl.inley
a night watchman
30.000 SWEDES BAN
t'PM00 ior!h
oj Kadium rails
to Save
New Jsrsey Congressman and
Editor Dies of Deadly Cancer
in Spite of Determined Fight
Against Disease.
(liy i-eaaPd W Ire to Fenlng llcraid.l
linlnm Md . Feb. ;, itoi.cri
liitiu Pn'iiiner. mcmlii-r of cuimr!--
from the Hevcnlh New Jeraey lllxlll I
nnd eillioi ol the Paaanlc Ibnlv ll'i-
ahl, died tod. iv of cam or at a local
aanllarlum where he had been un
derlining t-iidium tieatiiieni ain lant
De, ember. lie had hci-n alinel illg
from the dlacaae lor four vr. Mr.
Ilrcmner waa .11 yeara old.
Mr. I'.iemio r came I" a aanlt iri'im
to try Hie radliim tieatmeiil niti-i.
phVNii-tnna in IhlH couutt- and l-'.u-
rope had vainly tried to cure nun. n
waa found that the dia.-aae had made
am h luroiidi. oh btm tti.il lift la lid
be done tu help him. and that the
fight agaiiiHt death would hi- made
with nil lh. oil, la agaiiiHt him. 1'ubeh
ontainlllg IHIu.iiiim woitli of ladium
were applleil to Ibe growth.
For ll tlnm the patient acemial to
Improve nnd membira of Ihm tiimili
Ireipii'mly expl'eaacd I he belief thai
he would recover. A few da.va ago
the alck limn waa aeixed with a aink-
ing apelt. From that lime on he
grew ateiidlly weaker. In hla hint
dava of Buffering Mr. Ilreinhcr liifiat-
I that he would get well. He de
lated that he wanted to go back to
congreaa to light for a bill to have a
Kni ei ninent owned nullum Inainute
that till., mineral could be at the
liepoHiil or the rli 'i and poor alike
Mr. Prcniner'a election to congreaa
w an n.'i oinpllrhi tf W illie lie a ill hen
ill. He did nm make a i ill. The
lection ih K.iid to have been u tribute
to bin pluck.
i in ibe night before the eleetion
Prcanlent WIIkoii. ll n governor ol
New J eme l. tailed P.iaaalc mid made
a i ll lor lli'i iiiuer.
OWEN BILL
Enforced Incorporation Would
Destroy America's Primary
Market Place in Opinion of
Stock Exchange Governor.
(It Ix-aaeil Wire tu rvtening ftfrald l
W.iMhlngton. Feb. a W. t". Van
Antwerp, a governor of Ihe New
York atot'k exchange, today told the
aenate banking committee that the
iiweti bill for the government regu
liitlon of atock exchanges would do
more harm than good und that the
enmrceii incorporation wotirit de
al my America'a primary murkei
place The diaciplinary power of
the New Vork exchange over IH
member baaed on "Juat nnd eiiiita
ble iirlm Iplea of trade." he aaid. mil
a atronuer reatrulnt than could be
provided by nny law. If Ihe ex-
chnnge w-eie to ailopt the regulation
of Ihe Owen bill, he il.tlared. 'ihlr
lecn billion of aiiuka and thirteen
billion of bond would Immediately
be withdrawn Irmn liata and the ex
change would ceaae to be h market
of Importance He aitiled, ttowover.
that 1 1 hi i nu. oruanlxntloii cnptt.it'in
lion and flotation of accurlliea waa a
matter for gnveri.inenf refruliitfon.
"It la duty that clearly bebnma to
the government," aaid he, "and the
toek exchange will rejoice when the
government iiiiih'rtaks that reapon
albllity." The atock exchr.nge rule iigainat
manltiiilatioii. he aabl. nm titore
an 'i ping and waa aitmlnlatered in 1
far more e! feet lie manlier Hum any.
Hung that could be done bv the
poat in a at ir general Mr. Van Ant
werp ib i lan d that Ihe iiwen bill
Wou'd onli paralyze vihartge in th"
I 'ii it .-il State and leave thoae In
I .iii.i.l.i and in Fuiopt' free to lany
oil blli-lheaa.
"It U a mialake tn anpposi that
we of the atock exchange.' be ald.
"Ille here in oppoaitlou I.i anitbig
Hint ou in. ii do to help ua or lo
help llie public with which we dnl
n ! ure not in oppoaitmn. we are
here to aaaiat in ntiv amh good work
and i-apeciall.v u c Hani to put uti
eiul. aa ou ilo. lo all forma of ma
itipul.itiiiit on the atock (vhangc"
TODAY IN CONGRESS
M A Tr'..
Met at noon.
Ileallllga on bill to regulate
atock iXih.iugea lolitlliU'd oelot'.'
the hanking comiuittee.
not .-i:.
Mel at II a in.
Iteautiied ib bale on Alaak.i
railwai bill
S.-itetary I'.rian ilia uaai d lin
ker Aai.ltlc ex. lualoll bill befoie
ttiimigr.iiioii ( ommilte,..
iH-legat'on ot r.-aull inen banta
urged lliteralate tlaile ollil.Ja
aloll Hlld plllilii Ity of lug tmallleaa
aftaila bcfoi imloer.t' oiiiiuia-
aton.
1 Hit of reaplM'l to Hie lllelllor.V
of lhr III'." Id pi eaelllllll e llrem
lur, agreed not to take up new
buainesa today.
WOULD
M ORE
HARM
AN
HOLD OFFOfl RAKERlLULL HAS FALLEN
BILL TO PLEASE
State Department Fears Press
ing Immigration Measure at
This Time Will Further
Alienate Japanese.
HOPES TO SETTLE
ASIATIC QUESTION
Waahlngton. Feb. - With n
a provision Inn ring llliteiaiea. aabl
to In- the moat iliaall, leglala-
Hon of Ha kind for maul veaia.
the It'll ll.-tt illlllilgl allon lull
waa before flu hi unit' today,
while th" llnal u u-atloll on the
literal teal will I"' Uncalled ..nt.
It paaaed the bullae yoelerdil.v.
Many expect the aenate to pa
Ihe bill aa It alalnla. bill I'real
dent llaon'a aliunde la the !
atitib'i t f inn. b a illation. a
Some Hill the prcaldclit la op- W
pnaed lo the literacy teat.
(liy laett Wire to Errutog tleralit.l
Waahlngton Feb. a -Secret a ry
Prv.,11 urged the bona.- Iiumltrrat lull
committee today to take no action
of the Laker lull for the ex. luauia
of A ilatlc ImmUratit a. I nplomat :c
negotlaliona between the I nlled
Siaiea Hltd Japan oi cr the I'aliforuta
antl alien land 'ana and Ihe whole
III. at loll of the Aalallc excluatuti waa
dlscuaaed at length behind t'loaed
buna. The aecrelary bound licpub-
llcana and ) mm ratu alike to ae-
i M'l'j .
It waa generally understood that
the w tahea of the atate department
Would be respected ami that Iio ef
fort would be mad to prc the bill
before the committee at thia time.
Secretary Itryan told the commit-
c that ulllca aom.
umatuhcea aroae he
untoward t-lr-
Imped for mi
.imiciible adiualmeiit ..I the Jitpaneac
cue-.tion. An ugllalion In congreaa
at thia time, he declared, would ba
tuoal unfortunate.
Ilepreaenliilii ea Laker and llaie
of 'a I Ifortila. were the only meinbr
of the comiiiltlee inclined to oppol )
the wiahea of the eciTeiarv that ao
lion lii Ihe matter b" Indef Initelv
poaiponed i libera n-Hdily agreed
ihnt iioibinu ahoiild ba done which
would In any way enitiarraaa the ad
mlnli.tr.it l,,ti
DID WRECKERS GET
TEN
TRAIN?
SECRETARY
B RYAN
NUB
I Ark., which ahnt down a week ago
j w hen 1 oo miner airuck, re-opanaj
, lodav with a full force of men.
Santa Fe Passenger Goes into M -baric, i.. Keith, preaident or the
Ditch West of Gallup This' ZZlr A
MoinilltriNO One Injured ;'trlkera and eompany had agreed
Broken Rail Cause.
(Ity la-aat'd Wire lo KkimiIhi llcrnld 1
'In. .mo, Fell .'i, --Atchiaoii
Topekn .- Santa Fe train Nn. HI.
due heVe Saturi.av niornliig. Waa
derailed bv train wrecker Hi
i.ulliip. N M... uccorduig to re
ports which reached lieaibpiui
tera of the road here t,,,ai No
one waa Injured, oftlciala aaid
Newa lenched hefe thia afternoon
of Ihe derailment ot S uit l Fe eaat
I... I iu,,.i.',i ll. nn No )a thia
morning at I ' ', lock al eat
Yard. Hie lit i
In fi. So far aa
I be i auae w aa
engine. Icuih I ,
at it loll ll eat of
lllld lie ie. lined
a broken rail
I I.I 1 1 i ill, I w o ll
I lat
her. Th.
ii eaa
ear, dav co.o h ami chair ai aiiil one
loiiii-i Pullman went into lb. ilifh.
no on,. In mi; iiijuied beM.nil a aen re
lliikmu up ll Ho incident waa I he
work "I nam wieck.ia no intoiiiia-
tloll to that effect baa
Ibe train waa annulled
lea. lied here
and nam No
1' was i
noon ,,t
l-polli
:. :t".
il to atilie thia after-
t.i'iar. Ill IbMlinali.u.
tial'i at. Loillliantll. I'eti
Liu
Phenomenal gelaeta throwing
l ol'tllg water illid Mleillll. Ileal ll)
up
llll-
pregliatcl Willi Mill bale altracieil
I llllibera ot geuloglala lo Ille oil
fi.-ld. in I'M. peai. d Tirgu. in the
pre. ime of I'la'loVll. Ttle water
laauea I l oin borillga made fli Ille
ae.,1. h for oil Ii I" thrown In a
gli al In igh! ami la accompanied
a li-riitlc hiaaina to..r that ran
In
he
beard five or alx lit i le" away. Around
eiu h boring a In avy . rnt of anil bi
I i d, -posited for u raillua of iuO
ard.
Noioiiiallona by Prc-bbtit.
Wishiugioii. Feb .S - Preaident
Wilaon made theae humiliation tn
.lai Judge of the Flitted State
court at Shanghai. China, Charlea
iitlim r l.ol.iligier. of iinaha. Major
general i-oiiiiiiaiidant of the marine
tnrpa. Colonel (icortfe Harnett.
IN STRIKE ZONE
OF SOUTHERN
COLORADO
Union Leaders and Mine Op
eratois Busy Gathering Evi
dence for Congressional In
vestigation. (
0PERAT0RSSAY
STRIKE IS BROKEN
More Coal Is Being Mined
Than Marketed, Alleged:
House Committee to Start
Inquiry at Once.
Hv laNtaed Wire to i:vnlnt Herald.
Trinidad. Coin.. Feb. 5. A lull haa
fallen over the atrlke dlalrlct of
southern Colorado, and In preiarn
Hon for the forthcoming congres
sional Inieatlgailon, union leader
anil mine operator are alike engag
ed In collect ing evidence in aupport
ot their reaeetlve clutma. Counael
for the operator and Ihe union laith,
declare that Ihe fulleat Invealigiition
poyaljile ia dealrible.
The opcratora contend that the
atrlke I broken, that more coul la
now being inlio'd than can h mark
eted and declare that the enngrea
alonal pmbe will only prolong the
(ontroverav. At union heudtuarer.i
and In the alriker colonlea through
cut the dlatrlct, the ulmoat tonfi
dence exiata that II. e union a claim
for recognition will follow the Inves
tigation. OV.ltFSlOAL IIUilll.lUI
. I.KWF. WASIIINfiTtIN TONUillT
Wuahlnglon. Feb. i. Member af
the hotiae mining rnmmtttea, who
will Investigate atrlke condition In
Michigan and Colorado wilt leave
Washington tonight The . Mlchlgau
aub-rotiimltiee.
headed by Lepra-
aentulive Taylor, will go to Hancock.
Mich., and begin the Inve ittgattnn
there Monday morning. Kepraarnt.
alive Foaier and the Colorado sub
eoniinlUee will prooeatf to Denver
and map out tta program after
teaching there.
Mt(IM) DKATII IX MILITIA
l TWIlXTY-ItH M norRR
Trlnldud. Colo., Feb. 5 The aec
oiid death within twenty-Tour hottra
among the i.lale troopa In the gtrfka
dlatrlct. occurred thia morning. Pri
vate Juniea McDonald, 27. of Com
pany A. Flrat Infantry, died of acute
iaryngitia thia morning t Camp Run
ttafael. after a week' lllneag.
Mcliouabl enliated recently In
Inn er and formerly wna a mutnfcer
of tile Seventh regiment, I'. S, regit
I ura
ltkVsS t Ol, MIM'H
HI'.OPKX FI LL BI.ABT
Kanaaa City. Fell. 8. Mtnea of the
Central Coal nnd Coke company at
Huntingdon, Hartford und Honanxa.
.... ..la.l.. I... I. .. .1. ..t . .y.n.
iiilllee appuiiited by the I'nlted Mine
Work era of America to mreaflgnfa
the I'unt roverav-.
The men atiuck on the grnund
that the operator" had refuaed to
teapeci a d"i ialon of the dlatrlct ar
bniator iipboblinx the clillma of
four miner, for coinpcnaaton for a
period of enr,,rced nlleneaa.
IMII sTltm. "WUHKFItS"
matfnc 1 1 nut i.m:
M.iryav Ille. fill . Feb S. Itlchard
l H'ii. k ! i I'ord und II IV Huhr. aitid
to be I io I uai tin I Wnrkera c.f the
Wm Id. coniii'lej of Hie murder of
luatrbl Atiorney Manwell. of Yuba
ioiiuIv duiiiig a Hot of hop picker.
Aiiguat :t 1 nere ai-uti'iiced to life ltn-
pi laoiiiueiii today In Superior Judge
M.l'aniela A deputy aherlff nnd
two hop vard employea alao weraj
l.ltllil in Hie riot
sTIllklM. MIM It IFSTIHI M
IN KFI.ltFHVII.i l'. Till l.
Hoiigblmi, Mull, Feb. S. John
St limit-, a atriktng copper miner, tea-
tin.'ii ituring the entire morning aea-
ion of the Scebcrvillc murdet tital
tmlai. He waa one ot I Ilo two men
lb tU-putiee on trial went lo a mill-
era hoarding house to arreat. Ihe
v lain r.alllllllg In Ihe ebiab In which
two at I ik. I a Were killed
The wltnesa teatiried that he did
not a. Hie actual ahoottng tint lie
an w one tb-ail und lbre wounded men
lying in Ihe liiiiii, after Ihe deputiee
liaul left. Ilu denied that either h or
John Kollun had made any thrtula
lo ' tlx Humphrey Quick, a, Al.:. h
iTian, when ihe latter hud Wurneti
th'tii off a mining company prop
erty Htf declared that lha watch
man hud threatened to kilt them Willi
a club If they ieriattd in ulng lha
path acioea the I'otupuny prnperl).
in croaa-exaiinnattoii ti'Uiiael for
the defenae imiiiired at great length
intu the nun einelila of Sltiliav! and
K i il la i, prior to ihelr claal. with
Quick Smnac aaid they hud gone
to South Lange to draw their airika
benefna. He did not know exactly
bow nnch they hud had to lnk but

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