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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1914.
TEN TAGES TODAY
vn. 3. NO. aitO.
PIER! FUR1CE OF
Great Bore Through Continental Divide in Ruins, Mexican
Northwestern Passenger Equipment Charred Wreck anJ
Seven American Railroad Men Are Reported Prisoners
in Clutches of Vengeful Outlaw Gang Headed by Max
imo Castillo, in Retaliation For Capture and Execution
of Twenty-two Members of Robber Band Last Tuesday.
FRANCISCO VILLA, EtifUGEC AT KEVS
INSTRUCTS SUBORDINATES TO SHOOT
POSSIBLE PEBFETRATOHS ON SIGHT
I SO .
Ily 11 Wlro lo Kveiilne; Herald.'
Jimr.ii, Moxlco, Feb. (. even American rsllfoad men are believed Ik
he prisoners; tlx- great i'iiiiiIti' railroad tunnel through the n 1 1 ti 1 1 1 it I
l ivlil In In ruin, ami lb Mexican Ni.i ihwrstcm passenger train which
icfl hire Wednesday mnining la a rhutred riTk at I he nmulh of I hi- tun
nel as the result of the depredation of members of Die Maximo Castillo
gang of bandits.
Thin Information. amMrv lug reports received Inst night from Chihua
hua, was received here today ut the headquarters of the railroad. Il
corrects I ii at night's statement that It waa the Hrake tunnel, a amaller
bur iMiuth of t 'timbre, that. waa destroyed. The Cumbra tunnel la Hip
largest n the road. 2,74i ppI Ion, and rpUlrpd eighteen montha lo con
struct. Thp ntmra of the rlaonpra reported hcre are:
M. J. Ullmailln, eiiH-rlntendeiit of the roud.,
II. Hcbnfleld, superintendent of terminals at Juarcx.
Lee Williams, assistant manager of the railroad commissary.
K. J. MoCutcheon. englncpr of the uagacngrr train.
J. IS. Webster, conductor.
II. V. Murders, rxpresa agent.
A fusveullv American believed lo have been on thm train, and Amer.
Ii-ana also were employed on the freight train which waa useJ to (Ire the
tunnel. ilcnetal ""ram two Villa, commander of tin- rebel forces, nw
at Chihuahua. wa. enraged Ht the news and In a telegram whli h iMiaaed
through here loduy Instructed tlcticral Kelle Mucias, operating In the
Casus Grande district, to ahoot every man who could not antisfac torily
account "r hla presence there.
The bandits are tielleved to be operating; In two forces of about thirty
men euch. a Cuinbre ta a hard day 'a ride from HI Vulle. near Casa
llrntidea, where twenty -two of robbers were raptured nnd ahot last
Thp other dclui lucent, believed to be under Castillo himself, did the
wrecking probably In revvngu for the fate of lua men at K.I Valle. Ho
captured a train of atock rare Wedneaday and ran It Into the tunnel w
heie II wna ael on Dip. The tunr.el was a blading nun that pvenl'ig
when Ihe pawnger train Irom Juurea waa captured and aent headlonB
Into Ihp roaring rumuco whi h waa beUhlng llaiiiu and smoke Irom Its
t'uatlllo then burned two neighboring hrlduea. one of I hem i unalruit
ed of steel, and ran two locumulivrs over thp enibAnkiiicnt Into tho deep
canyon below. .
Ill Kit TV T I'lhll
CVUII'AMiK .VilT UKIlKIh
Madrid. Kelt. I'ruvlalonnl I'ren
Idenl lluerl today telegraphed to
Ihe Ppanlah-'Aitierlcun union here, re
plying to Its reouent that he bring
about an ariniHtlce In Mrxtuu In order
lo arrange a coinpromlM- with the
revolulloiiisia by lha austeinent that
he la Inurnaaing the federal army with
the object of puohing forward hia
campulKji agalnat the rebel.
tleneral Huertit at Ihe same time
Invited th newHpflHra of Madrid to j
aend t'orreaiondenta to Mexico to u
serve Ihe eitoailon.
The 8unleh prexa commented free
ly on the Mexican situation today
rteveral of the leading new ppnpera of
the capital :ictuaed Ihe l ulled Platee
goxerniiient of "fomenting anarchy."
Kl lilarlo rnlversal. the organ of
I'unl Hoiiianonea, a former premier,
uf Ml ins that II Ihe ret oltitlonlata In
Mexico are supplied with anna from
the t'nlled Htalea, the government at
WaahUiMton Is bound to impose re
spei't for the Uvea and propel t of
foreigners In Mexico.
IMMLiuvrc iski.i.m; oiiii:iti:n
OP M.l.K MlMTHS
Washington, Kill. Immedlats
releare of all munitions of War un
der selaure In Texas. New Mrxieo
and Arlson. ex.-ppt ttioae needed aa
evldema against violators of the
neutrality laws, was orderrd today
by Ihe department of justice. The
arms will be delivered to ronstltu
tlonallata for transportation lo Mex
ico as a remit of the lifting 'of 111
embargo by 'resident Wilson.
l.iriK hTKAMMHP TO
iti viovi: .niM M iwi tTs
llerlln, Teh. . The German min
ister to Mexico today reniilfltioneil
the (lerman steamship Yplranga for
Ihe removal of ilrrmati gubjects
h:vi: TiioiKWo iiition i,
in ni ii TiUMf m:iv
Iwiuglas. Arts, I'eh. i. --Keven
thousand additional troops. armed
with rifles snd smmunitlon now
Coming In from Ihe frilled Pistes
will be lendy lo lake the field In
onors and Chihuahua Kebroury ID.
scror.lliig tit statements today bv
Klisg C'sllet, commander of the con-
Mltiillonallst border military roiw.A
majority of these troops will be Va
unt Indians now being recruited In.
the region of the Yaqut snd Mayo
I'ulle also confirmed Ihe reports
from Itermoaillo and I'uliacan that
Carrunsa had arrangi-d to purchase
armored ypmcIs for operation
asanst the roast cities si III held by
the federals C'Hlles said two cruisers
would he Commissioned In Pacific
FINALLY GETS THE
(Itf leaned Wlra in Evrainf Herald )
iA.n Angeles. Keb. . Kortlfled
with Information aa to the dvslrcc of
1'aelfle ciaist territory regarding lbs
establishment of a regional reserve
bank as provided for In Ihe r.&w cit
reiiiy Bi t. Hecn-tary of Ihe Treasury
McAdoo and Hecretary o Agricul
ture lloiiMton will leave for Kl I'aso
over the Houthern 1'iiclfic at 3
o'clock this aftcrnoo. Hut a few
hours were necensary to get the
view of the bankers In southern
t'alirornla. who were unanimously In
fi.or of the main Institution being
located In Han Krsnclsco with a
branch In this ell v.
Hi-crelary McAdoo last night wit
nessed the christening of hia onlv
kier.d-daughter. Nona McAdoo Mar
tin, three months old. at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mlllatnk
In 'his city.
Ijt.l Tribute In Ktlltor.
Worn nty. Iowa. Keb With
prai lb ally every place nf business In
the city closed for ail hour sa a leaf
tribute. (Jeorge It. I'erkins, late edi
tor snd publisher of the Journal will
le burled this afternoon with simple
tames Kvblbit at Fanania.
Washington. Keb. r'resldent
Wilson favors an exhibit by I'nlted
Plates government at Ihe pxpoeltlnn
10 be held by Ihe lleptibllc of 1'itna
ma this year, celebrating the op-n-irg
of the canal This wsa snnoune
ed hy Hecretary Bryan aTler today'
cabinet meet Inf.
W ihon Roasted
Sanctioning and Supporting
Strife in Neighboring State
Really Declaration of War
Says London Daily.
(My lanPd Wire to Keening Herald
Liondon, Keb. While "re-
spec! for his high character and a
fins ideals" moves the Olooe to V
wuh President Wilson well out
of bis truubles In connection with
Mexico, Peru and Haiti whose
challenge Hie president's polity
of "mm rcKognitloii," It ce;.ul-
era his position Impracticable
Tho newspaper continues:
"The expedient of sanctioning
and supporting civil war In at
neighboring state is a dtclara-
lion of war In a form which can
hardly be reconciled with the
comity of nations. The danger
of the sll nation from the point of 4
view of the I'nlted Slates la that
there la no retreat with honor
from the uncompromising. If
Impracticable, position President
Wilson has taken up." 4
N AT I Q HAL
Small Farmers and Land Own
ers March 700 and 800 Miles
for Great Patriotic Demon
stration. WARMLY WELCOMED
' BY THEIR MONARCH
t fly leased Wire lo Koning Herald.
Htockholm. Sweden. Feb. 6.
Htrlklng success. both sM-ctaeular
and material attended the monster
demonstration today In favor of the
Increase of Hwedish armaments. Th'J
30, nun participants were told by King
O until v that Ihe proiilem of Hwedlxh
defense must be settled without loss
The army of patriotic pi-lltlonrra
which had waited on the outskirts of
Ihe Hwedlfh capital since yesterday
was greeted with enthusiasm by the
entire population of Htockholin as
It marched through the streets In
the palace where King Oustav wna
waiting to recelvo it. Tho proces
sion was a very plclures.ue one.
pom posed of small owners and farm
ers from every pari of Ihe kingdom.
All of them were dressed In heavy
attire and wore emblems represent
ative of ihe districts from which Ihey
rsnie. Some of them had traveled
700 or ion miles In order to take
pan In the demonstration. The
pensants were warmly welcomed by
the kliiK. who stood on the portico
nf the palace" The petition stated
that they were ready to make all the
necessary sacrifices to delend their
country and assure Its Indepen
dence and demanded that Ihe sub
ject be taken In hand forthwith.
The king replied that he was In
heerty accord with the desire of Ihe
pilgrims and shared their opinion
that the problem was one which
must lie solved without loss of time
"On thai point." he declared. "I
am determined not to yield The
fleet of Sweden must also be
Kach of the men who marched In
the procession waa presented with
fmatl portrait of his malexly and as
tha demons! ratora left Ihe precincts
of the palace Ihey were again loud
ly cheered hy the populace.
SAID TO HAVE SLAIN
GIRL WHO STABBED
HIM WITH HATPIN
Ity I -cased WU to Ktrenlnc Herald.)
Hunrise, Wyo , Keb. t. Anjelo
tCvangclo. wanted by Ihe New York
authorities for hia alleged slaying of
Mary 1. ml wig. 17, after she had
slabbed him with a natpln, was ar
rested here today. II was charged
that Rvati'Kelu aesaoltpd tha girl. who
repelled him with Her unusual
weapon. Kvangelo, it waa smIiI,
pressed a willingness to return l
New York without extradition form
si II les.
FOR GOOD ROADS
fBy Is aeed Wlra l rvewlnf Herald. I
Washington. Keb. I'mli-r
special rule the house will
work today on Ihe Hhackelford
aoud roada hill lo appropriate
IS! 000.000 for federal aid to
Ihe slates for Improvement of
highways used by rural mat!
42 DEGREES BELOW
ZERO If! ROCKY
Extreme Cold Wave Causes
Widespread. Suffering in
Colorado and Adjoining Ter
ritory. MONTANA TOWN HAS
Ity 1-SMfti v:r0 to Kvonhn Her a hi.)
iM-nver. Keb. I. With u minimum
temperature of It degrees below gc
lo at 6 o'clock this morning and
tern M-rat lire or zero or below fore
cast for Ihe next 24 hours, Ianvcr
and adjacent terrlt"!) suffered un
der Ihe first acverw void wave of tha
reason. The lowest temperature was
reported from lnver with l-advlllo
imo nil. II degrees below xero. Am-
arlllo, Tex., reported gcro.
At Cheyenne, Wyo.. the thermom
eter registered 22 b" low car My today.
with slowly rising temperature fore
cast, other Wyoming points. Hhcr-
idan. I .ii ramie and the Yellow stona
I'ark district, reported temperatures
ranxlug from 24 to 21 degrees below
ceroa Miles City. .Mont., surferd
with 32 tlegreeg below and the offi
cial minimum registration for Havre,
Mont.. Tor Ihe lust 12 hours, was ii
l.ilile snow and wind accompanied
Ihe severe cold and cultla did nut
suffer in uti ly.
The cold wave was said to be pass
ing' this territory to the area due
past of I a, nver. Including Nebraska.
Kansas, Kouth Ihikota and Missouri,
which polnlg It waa forecast to reach
today and tonight by the local
James Hyers. aged JJ. was found
parly today under a car In the rati
road ynrils unconscious and pearly
rroten. Applications to charltahlc
orgaiiixaliona on account of the cold
weather ale numerous.
Itallroud Irufllc was delayed. Local
tint Hit y companies r eported So Inter
ference with service.
IIKIiOW Zt.ttO UM OUUKIi
Ore'ley, Colo., Kcti. t. lieports
from Kurt l.upton that the thermom
eter reached 3H degrees below aero,
Indicate a atate record for this
year's winter. The minimum lem
twrature for this county was report
ed to be 16 below sero, and Hie av
erage ratiKe between 1 and 22 be
low Uangc cattle were, said lo be
ohthwi:kt in Mill r
iutti.ii oi.i WK.vrtir.ii
Kpokatio, W'anh.. Vb. g. Kaslern
Washington, ea.iiern ircgoii. north
ern Idaho and all of Montana, are
III the grip of the first severe weath
er of the winter. Tempera I ores In
Washington east of the Cascades
were reported last nlghl from i to
10 degrees la-low si-ro with Ihe pros
peel of u further drop while from
northern und casn-m Montana towns
came reports at midnight of temper
atures 4a degrees below gero. Havre
anil Hilver Lake eich reported 4 0 be
low. The freexe wag felt by Ihe
tullroails In Montana, transcontinen
tal trains running from three to
four hours bile.
Northern Idaho experienced tiro
weather for the first time this win
ter, tlenesep repotting 1 below ae
ro last night.
In Hpokenc the tnercury dropped
to 4 below at miilnighl. the lowest of
the winter Tralna from the east
were reported 1 1 "in seven to eight
In eastern n gon, Itaker report
ed 10 hIhivp luM ii aht with prospects
of gero before morning. Ijiilrandu
reports heavy snw and mid. In
Portland the oct temperal lire up
to I a. in. was 31 alatvp xero.
Cattlemen expect little piss be
cause Ihe suibbu freexe was preced
ed by only a light allow fall.
rorit nvn or ixtkn'm-:
( OLD AUK Pit I '.IlKTl'.lt
Chicago. Ieli ! -Kour days of In
tense cold with snow were predicted
by the V. H weather forecaster here
today lo follow a snowstorm which
broke here e.iilv today. The storm
way was moving east anil soiiitiessl.
according to ilo' forecaster, w' said
lhat Ihe lcmp nil urea in tht julh
ern lake region w.nild hover I- the
vicinity of sero Western I'nion and
I'oatal tclcgr.Hih officiate report,!
bad wire coin!'! long west and north
west of Chliuso.
TODAY IN CONGRESS
Met at noun.
Hearings on trust ollls before
Interstate commerce committee.
Itepreseiil.ilivea of Ihe New
York stock cvhange were beard
before the burning committee on
Ihe Owen bill.
Psss,-d s hill It extend the law
making giaw of confederate
soldiers In mot herd states.
Met at nnon.
luscuKsed private bills.
Commerce ummtt!ce heard
merchenls on Ilia adminisirstlon
irust bills, i
Member of Russian Duma
Credited With Startling
Statement Regarding Men
ace of Northern Bear.
GETS IN VERY BAD
( Ity lcsscd Wlra Ui rveumg lleratd. I
lluil.i n-t . Keb. tt "Ituaila will not
demobilise her army until tho lius
alan flag flouts over the Curpulhlun
This was ouo or the startling state
ments attributed to Count Yllmlr Ilo.
brlnsky, president ,,r the lluaslan con
stitutional conservatlvo party and
leader of Ihe Pan-Slavic movement
In Kusaiu when the trial waa resumed
today ut Marmoros-Shiget of ninety
four ItulhenlsiiH charged with Inciting
rebellion against ihe Austro-llungar-lan
Ihillskovii h, a detective, ' w ho was
culled In give evidence of Pan-Slavic
act I It lis In Hungary, quoit ihe sen
sational phrase from Count Ilolirm
sky. lmliNkovlch hud been specially
cummisMioned to liivcHtixule the al
leged Ireasonalile proceediiiKa of the
"l got into touch with Count Ho
brlnsky," he said, "nnd the Count en
trusted me With the task of pnllstliiK
the services of educated Kuthenlans
who were to Join the Russian ortho
dox church and alter being trained
were to return In Hungary lo push
Ihe I 'an -Slavic propaganda amnr.g
their compatriots. Count llobrinsky
gave me f 1,0110 to Induce ti deputy of
the lower bouse of tho Hungarian
parliament lo Interpellate the govern
ment on Ihe petitions of Ihe Kuthen
lans. "While I was in Ku-...a I was under
the protection of Count llobrinsky. I
traveled freo and was exempted from
too passport regulations. Count lln
brlnsky had plenty of fund ar bis
disposal lor tlio Pan -Hu vie propti -ganda."
Count llohrinxky. who la a mem
ber of the ItUHsian ilnina. was Imme
diately culled to the witness stand,
w here hp emplial lea My denied lhal
he ever made the Inc rlminullng stale,
ineni iittrlliited to him. He udmltted
aciiuuintuiic with !tiliskovi h. but
suitl his confidential niients had warn
ed him ug.ilnsl the detective. The
court gave Count Hobrlnsky permis
sion to return to Uussiit when he hud
completed his i-vlilcnce.
The trial h is been In progress since
Heccmber '.'. The principal ileleiul
ant Is Km tor Alexius of Mount
A thus. lircal political Interest nun
been aroiined ibloiighotit Kurope b
the proceed I tuts, as it l:i iilbged thai
tha neilitious movemrnl among I In
Kuthenlans was promplcd and II
nancpd by K:i.:sia and lhal It was
curried out under the gulac of propa
ganda to convert the peasantry to
the orthodox church, but with the
ultimata object of enticing them
from their allegiance to Aunt na
FACES DEATH .
Hans Schmidt Found Guilty
of Killing Anna Aumullci
Declines to Let Counsel
(Ity Itrascd Wrro to rivalling; Herald. 1
New York. I i ll - Han. Hi hoilili.
who was loiiud giiiliv of murder In
ih' fUM d.gt.e for killing Anna Au
nitiMci, is seeiniiiKl content wltli
the vcrdlc! and declines to permit his
counsel to nppcrtl. Next Wednesil.i .
S llllil.lt. will be Kilt, in oil to Hie III
the electric i h.i 1 1
The verillit uK'HhSt Hehmldl wai
remlered late ycHienlay. a Utile more
than two hours after tile jitrv tool
retired. It seemed u great relief l,i
Ihe former oho a.(i tf ioumt
the twelve ituvs of lee trial :is It In
u d.ise and was blanl.lv a a IU at
ihe "Mir room wall v hi; i'i b nt
figure suddenly tf.un:!' -lo 'I. a
bu'it came into his eyes sc. I he mill
ed Ki-hit Id, iwnwl In liuve pre
p.ired fo the verdict. Hln e It's .li
test on Keilember 14. he bus ref iim d
to be slpived or have his loilr cut.
IUliee Pii-tmsiter Named.
Washington, Keb. President
Wilson today nomlmttej K It.
Italic), Itlshce. Arts., for postmaster.
Iiu-orporallon Hill e Inirislmeil.
Waslungtoii. K-b. Hillator Nel
son's bill for federal Incorporation
of sll conieinii In Interstate com
merce was re-Introduced tort tic It
waa una. led on In the slfTv-flral
Daughter of Militant Suffra
gette Leader Proves Toj
Militant for Even Her Stren
uous Sisters in the Cause.
I II) Is'aeod Wire to P.eplng Herald. 1
London. Keb. t-Miss Hylwa.
Pankliiirst. diiugbler of the mill-
In nt aiilfruKclK) lender, today
11 lltlouncd her secession ftolll
til,. V'Olluin'S fl.ll In I und Point-
cal I'nloii, the militant women s
I he rift among the mllttunt
4 Miinriiu.i i .. ! Mi.i i.u a,,. . .. av
Mian f.a Pankhiirst's ultta-
V revolutionary uspirnt Ions, which
the leaders of the Women's o-
i In I and Political t'nioii are bp-
ginning to believe are damaging
4 their eiiuN.. 4
NEW TRUST BILL
Ask Provision for Price Regu
lation in Measures to Be
Drafted Along Lines Wilson
HAVE BIG GRIEVANCE
Jlty I .cased Wlra lo Fenln Herald.)
Washington, Keb. 6. mull maim
fai Hirers and dealers who compete
with great corporations want some
prut ision for price regulation In the
new Irust bills lo prevent their being
sipierscd when they cannot inuel
prli i s mi large iUanl Itles.
tlefrtre t he--wennre Interstnte pom
men v comniitten today a delegation
spok(. iigalnat Ihe i la tine which pro
vides that riot III ii. In llm bill should
"prevent illw rlmination in price be
tween purchasers of comminlllles on
iiccoitiit of differences ill grade, iual
Ity or ipiuntity sold, or that makes
only due allowance for diflerctico In
tho cost of transportation."
C. 11. Nixon of Ihe National Asso
ciation of Itelllll llrtlgKIHts, told the
hoiiNo commerce ciniimltlep that cut
ting prices on patent medicines was
Ihe club used by u combination of
drug stop's to drive small Individual
retailers out of bus:nass.
"We believe a monopi'iy Is being
started with the object of controlling
the retiul ill ox trade of the entire
t'nlled states," said he. '
The ilruaxlftts proposed that Ihe
new interstate trade commission I a
-in powered to enforce publication of
tlxed p rices, wholesale and retail, on
all articles covered by patent, copy
right or trade mark.
Samuel I imr:;ivi i told the house
judicial) coiuiiill let, lhal the i in r-loi-king
ilii eci .r.it s lull would he
l.ickiiiat unless it also prohibited inter
locking slock ownership. 1 ho bill as
it stands no-rely would substitute
ilnr.iny directors for the real direct-
ois. tic sanl.
II,. advocaird burring directors and
stockholders o' rallr uid supply con-
erus from r.iilroud directorates. He
k'oiild see no b,itd and fast reason
why tile susie directors could not
serve In hanks mid luilioads.
UKSI Mi: AIU.I MIAT
M IM' (IHIS llll. I,
W.'ixhlimlon. Keb. g. New York
slo, k exchanue otiiciuls and bankcrg
ippeiiiltiK bcfoie the nefiitte coitinitl-
fi-- oil banlsiiiu ai:d currency, today
resumed their arguments against the
iweii bill proiormu gov 'l iimciit
t I i l ji i Ii , ii of stock i-xchaiiges. J. H
M o l-i,l,. preslibiit of i rxchHnra.
invl.-il the cominltiep lo New York
to . lis npi rations. Henry tl o-
t'lc. a rii-mber of the cxcttallg", lie-
teniled i-p.-i iilut ivi transact ions on
tb- d.iy's f luct mil totiH in anv secur-
itv hlu.rt selling, he said, cn-aiert
i iiosiitis market lor slot I s. I'to-
h'lillloliri ,i,f l lo p.-llcllliu bill ks to
b n -1 1 1 if securities by brokers vi'f
aIciii lhi-v rt pledgi d by i-iihIoiiii s
v il.l r.vtrl,- Mlie tree m.i-l.il lr
Hie f tiv .t 1 1 Invc ton.." In, gild
OF CHICKEN TRUST
GO TO THE COOP
It la-aaed Wlro lo r:enlng; Hers Id 1
New York. Kch. ( Thirteen mem
in rs ol the ho-iall.il "chicken trust."
otlieiwiM- the New York Live poultry
I Hu liis uwk bit phi, convicted of re
straining Hade III New York city
uiUKt in lo j.nl. Their ntipeul was
denied in a il"i noon handed down to
day by the appellate division and
Hielr sentences of three months In
prison and lines ut tliOti i. It were
Ihe nigber court found the de
fendants weie in a pool whi. lt con
in, lied Du per cent of the poultry
shipped o New Yolk and destroyed
compel it ion.
'I'h,, cam asainst them was proas
, nice! under tha state snti-inou.'poljr
l.i w ,
John D. Rockefeller of Mexico,
$40,000,000 Fortune Tied
Up by War, Now Seeking a
MAGNATE WILL BE
'I Don't Mind Going to Work"
Smiling Declaration as He
Starts to Earn Bread and
Ity lraaed Wire to treiln lreald.)
Kl Pnxo, Tex.. Fell. . Hia Immense
Ineome lied up by thret years ut rev
olutions, Alberto Tcrrasas of the fam
ily whose name In Mexico ta a syno
ny in for great wealth, hnu been com
pelled lo auck a means of livelihood.
This Infoi inatlon. astounding; In
Mexico and along ih Itlo Grande bor
tier aa similar news afTectlng a Ks k-
efeller or a Vandcrbllt would be la
the I'nlted males, became known to
day with hia departure for Pasadena,
California, lie waa accompanied !
hia family, but not Ihe usual retinue
of servants. Near Pasadena, Ter
rasas expects to buy or lease a small
farm where h run make a modest
living. He la one uf I hose who sees
no Immediate prospect of peace In hi
native land and until tranquility la
restored, Ihe Income of the vast Ter
I ii ma family fortune, estimated at
3j.00A.000 to 140,0011,000 !n Ameri
can gold will be tied up. Even In the
event of pchce It may be lost, for Ibt
rebels have declared It confiscated.
"I do not mind going to work; It
may he a good thing," he said to hi
friends before his departure, and then
smiled al hla own remarks, for hla
pmdtirallty- -wlft! money Ikm -been a
story, chapters of which have been
written on two continents.
Now. according- lo himself, he Is to
labor for bread and butter. He learn
id much of farming and the breeding
of horses snd cuttle on hla own
ranches and hla friends say he will
be able lo hold Ms own In wresting
an Income from the soli.
The Tcrruxua fortune was founded
by Dim Luis Turruxaa, now an ocln
kenarian refugee In Ibis city, in land
grants from President Junrex and
President lla a. These holdings. Im
mense aa they were, have been aug
mented c, instantly until now. As train
schedules are In Mexico It would Inks
a passenger train, making the usual
stops, three days lo travel Ihe boun
daries of this domain. It atrctcheg
from Juurex 3 75 miles south to Jim-Itit-x
and west lo Casus tlraiides. on
It are whole towns, many hamlets,
mines ami fertile farms. All this was
Hie property of the Mentor Tcrraxa
and his three sons Juan, now in tha
City of Mexico; Luis, held at Chihua
hua ss a hostage by the rebels, up 4
Alberto until the reliels declared Uia
whole estate confiscated.
Administration Leaders Pre
pare to Go Back on Pledges
and Support Wilson in Fight
on Canal Toll Exemption.
(Ily laeaar-3 Wtrw to Eenlu fterald
W iMhiiigtoii, Keb. Kepeal of loo
loll exemption provision of the fan
aunt canal law waa before congreivs to
day as an administration measure
backed by President Wilson. Al
though repeal of the section which
would give tree passage to American
coastwise ships through the great wa
terway Involves a practical repudia
tion of one of Ihe planks of the Hem
ocrutic platform adopted by tho Itul
uiuoro i on v eittiuii 'which nominate!
I'lemdeiit Wlltton, administration lead-
is were sure of prompt action in
the house and began lining up their
, ries In Ihn senate where the hardest
tight will come. Some lemocral
theip are avowedly In opposition to
the president's wish and have an
nounced their Intention of tlx hi In
A message to congress protiU'ly de
livered in person by Ihe president ta
expected aa soon aa conferc n a da
irlop the administration course of ac
tum. Kepeal of the free passage sec
lion will dipsosa of Ureal Untune
prole) that It la In violation of lha
Ks) -Pauncefota treaty.
lln-iiiiH-r I'anoral MiHidai.
Passaic. N. J , Keb. . The body
of llepreseniativa Hubert tl. Hreni
ner. who died at Jtultlmore of cancer
alter the 1 allium treatment had fail
ed, was brought to his home here to
day. The funeral wiil lie held at 3
clock li'Xt Monday sf rnoon.