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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914.
ol. 8. NO. 310.
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TURNING ON LIGHT
Counsel for Western Federa
tion Attempts to Show Evils
of Contract System in Mich
igan. CLAIM MEN GET ALL
THE WORST OF IT
(Of Ix-ased Wlrtt to leulug flscald.,
Ilinu.uk. Mich., Keb. 1. The
congressional Investigators resumed
Ihrlr Imiiilry Inlo conditions In the
nipper t'ounlry promptly at ( uVlrak
thin morning, o N Hilton, counsel
lor the Western Kidi-mllon f Mln
I'M read Into the rct-urd mora nola
lion on in lnri pay niulcipu tu
show the low monthly wage earned
ly hook' workers under I lie contract
svstem KeductaMia for auch Items
us "hospital, store aid board" were
shown on eome of the envelope.
"Wu will prove," mini Mr. Hilton,
"that In muny instance the mining
ioinnny would tiikr out of Ihe em
ployes pay th amount owed It and
then would Miy the storekeeper and
the hoarding housekeeper from what
Th" exhibits covered a whip per
iod, some dating hack ua fur us l3K
A. W. Kerr, useistlng Hilton, ex
plained thr system of uy used by
the riiiiiinnli'i. All underground
worker except (hp miner, he auld
were paid a day wage. The miner
worked on contract
WIIIImiii J Ul.kurd. president of
the fulumel local Western Kedera
tlon of Miners, then resumed I ho
wltneu aland and continued the
alory he began luat night.
"What would hppen If a miner
refused n rontrnrl tendered him hv
a mlna lia?" asked Mr. Kerr.
"lie would hnvr to work some
where else,'' I he witness replied.
The witness told ahnut the miners'
IockI union and tin connection with
the Western Kederiillon. A strike
was ordered by referendum vote, at
thouah h anld. the federutlotra of
flrcrg opposed It.
The men Insisted on going out he
inuoe conditions were growing worse
At the Mternouii lien rum Mr llll
ton read Into the reeord a ntimher of
lettera and telsgrama to ahow effort
in iide b national officers of the
Wcstcf-n Kedcrathin to dissuade Ine
topper miner from their Intention
to atrlke. He also read coplea of
agreements entered tutu hint year ly
the Montana C'l'per Mining coin
pany und the Union men provblin.
for U sliding scale of Hultri fur all
iinderKround worker In theae inlnen.
III. kard waa ross-exsmlticil by
Allen K. Itee of the counsel for the
"You have said that when you
were employed in the Atlantic mine
you were compelled to patronise I hi
company MoreV began Mr. fleea
n iu think you would hnve leen
illn hnmeil If you had dealt w ith
atorea In Houghton?"
"I certainly do."
"fo you know of any one who wai
ao diwhiirged ?
fT.TK iu:th v.w. iv
hr lll ltVIM.K. '1 in i.
IIoukIiIoii. Mich.. Teh. 10 The
atHle reeled thla mornlna In the
Keehervllle murder trliil and the da
fenee mude Ita npenlnii alutemenl.
The difenae dan.e. wlf -drf-nre
mid reatetaiiie to arreat hy duly en
atliuted 4.fflcera aa the theory if Je
fenne. SOUTU W CENTRAL
fi I-aw-d Wire in i:mlng Memhl.1
Wiiehlniiton. Keli. I a. tluaineaa
men front Halt Kram lw o and I.""
AiiKelea today aakeil Attorney Ueii
crdl Mi'lteynolda to p.lMne the
Koxcrnmelil "' '" diolve the mer
aer of the Koiilhern Purine and
t'eiUrul I'mlflo rallroiida. It Waa
piedlited. however, that the depart
mi lit of jimtlra will file the anil aoort
In aplle of the argiimenta advanced
today. The. attorney Ri-nerul waa
told Ihnl Ilia meiKer of the two road
had aerved California well, liefer
mm waa made tlmi to the proponed
tnteratate trade rommlaiilon and It
waa annealed that a iiieatlon of the
tort Involved might he left In auch
COXEY WILL RUN FOR
GOVERNOR OF OHIO
(P I4aar4 Wlr In rrenltt Herald.)
Mitaalltiin. .. Keh. 10. "Clenerul"
J. H. I'ugey. leuder of an army of un
employed from Maaelllon to Waah
liigion In lint, today annoiitieed hi
landldiiey for anverpor of ohln on
the Hoclaliat ll. kel nl the prlmariea
TELLS TALE OF
Sicilian, Employed in Delagua
Mine, Wants to Shoot Man
Who Made Strikebreaker
Out of Him.
fJLUSELY QUAHUED BY I
TROOPS ALL THE TIME
(f1 liCaaccj Wire. Ut I'.vcnlng Herald.)
Denver, Colo., Fell. IV. Kurlher
tratimoliy ileaigned to ealahllah
( hargea of peonage In the Culorr '.o
i on I tlelda wa Introduced today he
fore I Mo auh committee of tiiu houaa
committee on nilnea and mining tthieh
Ik InveatlantinK the coal miners' atrlkw.
XulvMor Valentin, a Melllan, told
the committee thai he had been
brought to Colorado from I'ltlnliui gh
tnroiiKh deception and forced to work
in the iM lagua mine. One. of his fol
low atBtkelirenkera, lie declared, waa
"hot and killed hy an unanown per
aim in the mine.
J.Hnr Adams. the young Mia
noiirmn who lait night tcMtiticd that
he waa. held prlaoner In the Delagua
mine, waa recalled to Identify the con.
tract tinder which he mud lie waa
brought to Colorado. He waa unalile
to Identify poaitively hia own algna
ture. The alleged contract produced
hy couneel for the mine operators
bound the togner to work In the mines
a u strikebreaker. M.ilvatorl Valen
tin, a Sicilian, waa cgllcu aa the next
nltneaa for the Htrikera. He said he
i nine to Colorado from Pittsburgh a(
the solicitation of a man ho was
seeking 2.011ft men to work In the
mines In the Trinidad dlatrlct. He
signed a contract on December 13, ha
declared, In which he waa told, ac
cording to hia statement, that there
wag no atrlke In Colorado. When IhJ
Ham reached Trinidad he said, all lha
i urtalns In the com h Mere cloned,
and the laborers aboard were taken
to the Delugini mine.
He was not permitted tu gu outside
the tamp to buy beer and tobucco,
and Mas guarded hv eoldlers on the
way to und from hia boarding hoiiae.
One of hia companion, ho testllled,
Aas shot and killed while In the niino.
He did not knoM who did the shooting
but he saw the body carrlet! out ol
the. mine by militiamen, he said,
''aleiilin auld that alter the shoot
ing he tried to leave the. mine, but
j told that he wss Indebted tu the
i o.i.iuili) tl3 for tools and tratispor
latton. on the morning of January
JK he again demanded hia release,
and was given a military escort from
the mine to a boarding lioimc. llcach
ing there he was told that he must
Pay the company 1136 before hit
would he permuted to leave the camp.
He tried, with several companions, to
go out one of the gales out wus
lopped by soldiers. That nin'hl,
however, he and 17 Italians auo eidud
In passing Ilia guards. Ho weot to
the strikers' camp at l.udlow.
On further examination, the lines
said ha aerved III the I luted Htutef
army in the Philippine.
"Did you have any trouble while
in the army?" he was askud.
"I got allot In the back," he re
plied. The witness said he had cotiaulted
the Culled Mine Worker' attorney at
Trinidad relative to securing a teturn
el tne money he uad ps.ul lur trans
portation to Ccloiado. The attorney
advised him nut to seek legal redress,
"I'm going tu hunt up the folio
who got me to corns out here," he vol.
"What will you do when you llnd
him 7' asked Representative Myrtles'.
"I'm going to shuut htm," waa the
"How much time will you give him
to pay your money hack?"
The w tineas turlher swure that he
had heard Adjutant tlcneral John
Chase instruct hia men, in clearing
the streets of Tiinldad. tu "kill as
many aa they wanted 10."
Later the witness said his father
was a Herman, born in Paris, ilor
many. Kurlher questioning developed
considerable doubt as to whether the
name Valentin wsa that of the wit
ness himself or that of a relative. At
torneys und committeemen were pus
sled and at a loea to determine what
the w lines waa trying to say. Just
before luncheon ' recess the wltneaa
was excused, the committeemen ap
parently having decided that no fur
ther Information was to be prucured
i'lMuUkc y I inprov lug.
Home, Keh. IV Tlrere was Im
provement today In the condition of
Charles A. Coiniskey, presided of
the Chicago dub of lha Aiucii iin
league, who was taken III while trav
eling yesterday from NapWs lo
Home He waa able to recei.e sev
eral visitors Thomas Nelson P?.
I'. 8. ambassador, wsa among 'hire
Beats Mortgage i
Colorado Cattleman, Unable to
Raise Funds, Takes Life;
Drink Causes Another Sui
cide. fit lieaacd Wire to Krenlng flerald
I. Ill letoli. Colo . Kelt. lu. -l'lie
w Dun y or liana 11. jnynrta. uvd
33. hk found lute venterday
lianaing In a luirn of the I'ro-
areKaHn dairy, mx mllea eiiNt of
here liy Kd I'aulln, a fellow ein
A lilov e Ih'Rlinnili'iii'i ni-r Iiim In.
alilhty to rain,. IuiiiIn to take up
w a mortKiiKe ionium due on nitile
la ' hi lleved to have cituoed the
Deliver, Feb. HI. -Iluldo Itlt-
ter, uued .'it, was found in u d.v-
Ing condition today nl his home
here from the effects or a birue
dose of poison. tin the table
was a note hearing Itltler's slg-
nuture ua follows:
"This is h clear i a ! of suicide
on .mount of drink. Call Mercy
hospital. Dr. J. .McKay, und no-
lily the rw Iss consul. liooil-
bye to all my friend."
ltitter died shortly after rem h-
W Ing the, county hopltul
TRAIL OP WHITE
Determined Attempt Made by
Soldiery to Surround Outlaw
and Daring Band of 5,030
Followers in Honan.
la-ascd WlrM to Kvcnlng Herald.)
Peking. China. I'rli. 10. An army
of SO. 1)00 Chlneae soldiers, command
ed by the war ininUler, llcticriil Tuan
Cbl-Jul, aet out today In an effort
lo surround "White Wol" and hi
daring bund of about .'.Dull brigandx
who have for many months ileviisl
oted the province of lloniin.
The brigands heretofore have eith
er defeated or evaded ull the troops
gent against them, and have contin
ued merclleHN plundering, killing and
running In the smaller cities and ll:
the country dltr-c;s.
UNHAPPY DftlfS FOR
Militant Suffragettes Picket
House of Divine to Prevent
His Attending Sessions of
House of Lords.
Hr la-aaed Wire to K nlng Herald
London. Keh. 10.- The militant
auftragetleg made a strong effort to-
' dav In nr-venl the blpholi of lindoll
I mm unending the opening session
of the houxe of lorn, where he I a
member. They made him the first
victim of their new cumpuign of ino-
I listing l public men. Their Ire was
particularly directed against the
bishop for hi alleged whitewashing
'f the government In hia report on
the prison treatment of sul fmgelt.-g.
The bishop's residence lu Hi.
James siuaie was picketed earlier
In the day by the women. Two of
them acted ua sentinels on the door
step. Two other women, Mia Dun
lop and Ml May Itichurdson then
tried to Haiti uies to the- house but
the dour was slammed lu their
' Llltle knots of spectators mean
while stood oiilHide cliJoNitix the
scene and awaiting the results of the
bishop's exit rrii. n his temporary
prison. Along the route from tiuck
Ingham palace In the houe of lords
the uuthorltles took the strictest pre
cautions to prevent any attempt on
the part of the. suffragette lo break
up the procci.t'ioii .r rtuch the king
with a petition.
LOSES HIS MEMORY
(liy Ia'd Wire I" livening Herald. 1
iniiaha. Neb.. I'eb. lu. Kraiik 1
Klnch. editor of a weekly paper at
Littleton, Colo., who has been held
by the police since Holiday luat. wus
today Idelililled by his brother. Clar
ence H. Klnch. editor of a newspaper
at Jiileabuig, Colo., and member of
the Colorado legislature. Krunk I.
Klnch Is suffering from os of mem
ory and failed entirely to recognise
The unfortunate man left home
October I and no truce of him had
been obtained until hi arrival here.
He gave the name af H I'. O'Dcll,
but told the police he could remem
ber nothing else about himself He
appesra sound mentally on all mai
lers except hia own litem ity.
WOLF ftfiD IIS
FAIL TO FEEL
Earthquake Wobbles Smaller
Buildings in New York But
Tenants in Woolworth
Tower Feel Nothing.
SHAKEN BY TREMOR
No Serious Damage Reported;
Binghamton Laborer Killed
When Shaking Earth Caves
(Hy IcjimciI Wir lu l cnlog Herald. t
New York. Kelt. ! points us fur
north us Montreal and a far soiiib
as Philadelphia felt ilii.li ml eurth
'inake shocks of varying Intensity be
tween 1 31 and 1:11 o'clock this af
ternoon Imlii utions were Unit the
entire port heiiatern section of the
I'nlted H' iles wus In the lone of the
tremor. At no polni included in the
llmt repotlH wus serlnn ibirmige done.
In New York state the tremor
wert. ro oidcd In New York city. Al
bany. Kliuirii, Pome, HvrnciiMe 'ind
other points. In Cun.ida shocks were
felt nt M"ll I leu I. iniiwu. Toronto.
Prescott, Itrockvllli and other placi'S.
The ahock also was l-ll ut Philadel
phia, throughout Coiiui i-t ; ut and in
M,KM.'h IIKCl !s.
The iMinoriipn in the Anu rn nn
Mtisi'ilm of Nnturul llihioiy ri-iorded
the maximum shock or the enrth-
Hi. ike u l:.tf 41 p. in The prelimi
nary tremors were fell at I . S r. : 1 r. , the
tit'Nt shock ii'. 1: a:. :..'. K... called iruil
ers fllowed the maximum shock un
til 1:37 .1". The d: re. lion of the dls
tutbance was either southeast or
oiiih-oiithwet. The record Indicat
ed that the center of the ipiuke was
coinpuraltv el near and that the ilis
I ill Im lire waa not heav y. Hevcral
buildings In Brooklyn, im lulling llor
ouuh hull und the court houve, were
shaken. Tenunla In New York'
hlKhest bnildiiiKS the Woolworth und
Singer auid they felt no tremors
TWO llTIr hlHH ks
HMIMtllKH M (.I4IIK.I low N
Washlimliin. Keb. Ii. Two distinct
earthquake shock were reiorded on
the seismograph of iinrgetuwii uni
versity today. The first begun at
II 41 a. in. ami lulcil six ininiile,
but was not ver pronounced. Thr
second was recorded at 1.34 p. m.
and lasted one mid ..pe-hal fminiile.
"The lust kIi'h k." said Kather T'n
dor. "was Vi-ry Mere." There wan
nothing in the ivn.nl in show how
fur from here the shocks were.
I.AIUHtKK kll I I It H
iiim i.t or KAiti uvi ki:
PinKliamp'.oii. V.. Keb. 1" - line,
co Pare, a laborer, wus killed as
ri-sult of the ea i i Ii inuke shot k here
this afti-riiooti. The Iretuois caiiHcil
a ciive-ii of it tii'tich In whi' h he
IIIKI l: MIIK hs Hi t Oltlll II
vr sr. i.tniH i MM.nivv
HI Louis. Keb In.--Three ear h
iiaKc shocks were recorded on tne
'M'lsmograph ut the Hi. Imls un1-
vetslty this nfternoon. The rtrl
shock wua recorded sl tl:3..:l.1 cen
trul time the second af 1!::3 and
the third til II .17 4(1. Pr..f lieorac
lliielipel. uNslstaiit director of the
university ol.erv alory anld the rec
ord Indlciited thai the enrtl.iiake
waa within 6un mil. of Ft. Louis.
CHARRED BONES OF
(lie lewwd Wire to Rxonlng llcnbl.1
Cheyenne, W)o. Keb. a The
rhatred hones of Vi.-tor piillllp. aged
S2. a hermit sheep herder Hear Hllel -man.
3d miles wcsi of here weie found
In the rum of In abln lod o. The
nriglu of the tin which dixinoid the
cabin I unknown
Big Chunk of
Heir of Sailor who Mysterious
ly Disappeared Files Claim
to Large Portion pf City.
I Ity la-asrd Wire t K vrolng Herald. 1
a Washington, rcii. it) A N..r
wigiHii sailor descried his ship
In Hsn Krsm lci, changed hi
name and disappeared In 1
Today one of hi heirs. Thomas 4
Christiansen ol Norway, filed
a claim with the supreme court
for title, to a I'irge portion of
the city ol (-.-at tic. Wash,
claiming the bind n whlvh the
county hospital and the poor
faein nre loi ated
The Washington federal rotirls
denied Hie validity of the claim
on the ground that the loirs
hud dcluyrj Ihelr claim too
Tennessee Frenzied Financier
Refuses to Fight for Liberty
and Wants to Take Mcdiciue
TAKES ALL BLAME
FOR LOOTING BANK
(IW leased W ire u livening Herald )
Mi iiipbia. Tciiii.. I'cli. ii c. Hun.
ter llalne. president of the Mercan
tile bank here, iirriHted yestirday on
the I haruc nf I'lotie.li-IIH'llt ufler
the illMcovery of nllegeil ip r ilcaiiotis
or more than 1 1 mm. mm. today pre
pared to be. Mine liccustollll d to the
routine of Jail life.
Itallle ha refused iill orrer of hta
friend In uriutis..' bail for him. say
Ul he is gilillv H 1 1 1 1 ready ll lake
Ids piinliditiicnl. He In. a nln re-fiiK'-d
to reliiin Ii kiiI counsi I.
While first lllllioliui einenls placed
the amount nf llulne'a snortiige nt
about l.'.oii.iliiil, tigiirea given mil to-
dav show- that tills amount has
Ini reused to nearly 1 1 .(iiiii.Odn
is stilted by bunk ofriclals that
defalcation inny reach i-b.si. to
"oii.ikhi. Definite figures will
l.c kriovvri until the plate hank
.iminers workina tinder J. L. Hiitton.
siiperintendetit of banks, have com
pleted Ihelr work.
Hln. pb idinu atiilty In the charge
of ciiiliexxlcmeiit et'rda'. Paine
has sleaslfasi Iv ileclined to discus
the mailer liiitbir Hum to Insist thul
he ulolie Is responsible for the con
ditions which u reeked II. me
touching Incident with Lalne occur
led bile yesterday when a reconcili
ation vvu." eflectcd fiitwi-eii Pailie
and his briber, liilbett D. Paine,
publisher of the Memphis .e s
Hcimlt:ir. The two had 1 n es
tranged for a number of years but
when the bank president wus placed
!n u cell yesterday one of the first
to cull on him wu his brother Gil
bert. ISoth wept us they ugrecd to
forset past dtffii tiltlea. .
An Invest lum Ion of the affnlr
the defitn.'t bantr a-ns tnken tin
Hie Hliell.v cniiiity grand jury ul
i salon trebi y.
J. C 1 1 : .n. state siiieriuteii.nt
of tianks Is in personal i-hare t.f
'he bank's affair He lndlciie.1 tn-d-iy
llu.l ll will be several lluv b
fore uituat i-ondllbins nre ascer
tained. WANTS TO EIGHT
Zamislousky, Attorney for
Black Hundred. Who Pros
ecuted Bcliss Has Chance 10
Figure in Duel.
Illy leased Wlr to IV. ruing- Herald.)
St. pi li-rsbiirg, Keb l'i.- A chal
lenge tu a duel was sent today by A
Savcno. the nationiilist I. ml. r In tin
duiiia, to ti. ..ui.louskv. u loiiscrv.i
live III pull und utlolln v l,. tb-
"Itla. k Hundred '
iiriuslou.k- wus one of the prosi -ciitmg
uuoi ii, s ut the trial nl Men
del Hi-lllis ul Kiev, lu the course ol
the trial he ulii-xcd that Huvenko hud
lold him that M. .-liiilm-.-n. editor id
the newspaper Kiev li.itiln. whose
rhuinptoiiship of Peiliss la geneliilly
res.irded a Ii.imiiu secured the a. -
itlllltal ul' the accused, was situated
hy the sordid limine nf sc III Ills
moii. irom Hi,. ,l,.w t,, Hupioi t a
stiiiar fiiciory in wlib-h Ii. was Inter
ested. M Smi iiku ll.-. l.i l I he ante
11." nl u f.ilsi'liond.
FOR NEW ORLEANS
ll I -a -ad Wire to I. veiling Ip-rabl
Alislili, 'lex, lib III Keinl.il
llouetoii und I-., r. I.iis McAdoo bit
here I "iln for New lillcins, h,i liu
oiiciiid.'d the liciu u.g ol ergumi-iii'i
lor Hie loi.ilioii of a regloiii.l bank;
lu T vim. Hearings nre i t 'o be
held ill New lit leans. Allania, Cilt-
liiiiail uud Cli vi land, aliel vvhii .t
the cabinet lllcllthcl Will rellitu to
TO PEPPER OF IOWA
(Ut lasel ttire to f. rening Herald 1
1 1. im up. nt. Iowa, Keb. 'i - -1 "i .iii
uiii li'e chairmen in ull three leading
panics were coll! l.li-ri t of unties 111
tod. iv spei'lal conm I'MSioli.il ileitloli
III Will, h the Sl. i essor of the bit
ItcprcM in ,i 1 1 v e I. II Pepper will I"
named. The 1-iiiitlid. id's ate: H.ttiy
Volliui r. Ii. in... r.,i ' ll.irrv H ill, lie
. ul. In an. und '. P llanley, Proares
sle. K.rlv reports favored Volliner.
A lislil vou. was indicated.
Wilson tod IV
Ml Jl'l UsHll-lll.
Keb. 1 0 -- president
n-iniliHiiil i iin A
Z.llabeth. N. J , to he
'" Jel i-'biii, I'.-ili-aiitie.
Diuncs iu Ljcain
Kansas City Shoppers Horrifed
When Fashionably Dressed
Stranger Dives Into Etern
ity. mii-" it 'it Mti , K i. I
f.iMA m in tlx- ki i not ii t
itvMty ti liihlnti.iltv ilri'tiil hh-
tMtiri ll.milt 3m vpiin l. (I. It I (M il
llt'tii thi "il f nf Ihf I; Lnnw
i"iiil'hn, a l.v-piKi.v HUii'ttin- in
i he tlt.w ntnw n ilcirn t ((. iy tml
V..ih i.im))-.I t; . : ii un the i If
i.li -..tn t.f lh. .Miry In thr ( ir
f ttu 1 1 i f i
I'firMt in iin f'll-i In ji niKh
Ititnti r hih hnlitlinn tin w
iiriri iit,ifi i'i ih' ('Hr.ipi't, MiNr
ii iiM'iKi iit, i Imhi lu r liitri'U mihI
(live t.tT li. nl (lixl.
Th.- Initial. I. S. n lirr Ininil
krr liu f liirnhrd im tit Id
In r nl' Tililv.
Hod) Idem tried.
The bodv Was Identified this nfter
nooti us that or Miss Kl i)u Zimmer
man, a siciinuraphf r employed by an
impb ini nl ci.iupanv In ie. At IhT
Iioiisi where .Mis .iinmermiiii rooiii
. d it ,iM s.i Id that shu Hail shown
despondency for week but had con
fided In no one. cibe hud iiilempt
ed to tuke her life biforu hy swul
biuiiig poison. It wu suid.
BILL WILL OPEN
Such a Law Would Drive
Small Corporations Out of
Business, Witness Telli
Illy la iiM d W ire lit I'.vc-nlnj Herald. I
ashlliKloll, Keb. I'l. I n lloiini l;iR
!bc .idminist ration trade i-ommiKSlon
bill a ii.cnti,i( up the "loveliest graft
of u (.'Mai,," und us "sin passing
Hi ki.i III lli.i'ilsilii.ii," J. inn s I-;. Ilen
lult, today told the house committee
lha: such a la would diive small
i o l . oration nut nf bualuess. Itcpre
seniiiiK a biniiber of ct poi at ;mia he
lll stlolied Us I l.ll-ll H .11 loin. Ill ,
"This loll as at pus. lit drawn." he
aid, "would KIM- III.. Vital secrets of
Die small . ..i ..,rai ion to its big coin
pi tlli r. ll would allow up Hie weak
points ol the small ii.n. cr:. and open
II up to lb., all. i, sn id n rival. This
limit; would open loveliest graft
that ou Kiuticiucll ever saw. With
i ho. is., n. I . ,,r aM i lal us -his roaming
.. round III,, round y pi.viiik intu the
hundreds of i houjtnls ol corpoi a
tiotis. graft would be widespread.
'I In se ak. iils n illld have no .U llll. a-
I but politic. il pull, no cisil service
ex.i iiuiiat ion Is n-iiiir.-d and Hiey
could ue si ut into ati i orpoi at ion a
otli.-c to m ike a report whi h would
be bindum oil Hull eorpol alloll. If
you Kin- mm IM or JI"" or l.'iiui he
tlllHlit be willing lo change the leport.
Tina is a t reini-nib.us in.iiisitoMul
power piissia never had uiilbiui;
like ibis, tli ii (iac am h power with
out let or hindrance. '
III! XHIM.H 1 1 I.SK
I II l, I M llll I, Till Ul
W.lslnnKi'.n. I'cli I" - Hi annus on
the .lassati oa I. -tut basllm lull will
I.t U III 111 f-ill- tbe in. Use plll'll' lalldn
. ..imnllt, e Thuirduy m- n lar lain,
I'l- Allied II Croons ot tile s.olou
li at suivei, lleli'S.ile '1 k.Tsb i lu of
Alaska, o;!iy IWtTor.l I'm. hot and
Ill.lllllelS f lIlC ll.ltioll.il 1 I!S" I V III. ll
aSMici.it Ion will be beard.
TIIOM s IMU N
llll. I, HIM tlW JUKI ll
W'.iiliii'.Kion. Ki .i i i - .- nator
T'lolllaS today b.e-s.'d p.l-S.IKe ot Ihe
-iiiiuns ti ll for ilu- iii-os.il of iiiiii-
el.il lands Wllllill III. I. all I esi T V 1 1 1 . .11?
i.e. .,tlsc lie s.ild 11 ionl.illi. il a J. .ki t
wu'li Would i.llh.li.l.v pllldh- land
Hillside a well as inside ludiall leii-
i i v .. i en i f i i.ic. ui i y.
INt'l Mil INTO M W II I V
111 III I. IN IMMI III M i l l
'ui.hiiiKton. I'i n. I i - I'i ..in pi iii -
tloii on Ifie senile I e ! lit ion ,. ,i re.
opciiiiitf of tin. u.l..staie i oiuuii r-t
ci'iiimiMi'inii iu vest is. 1 1 ion ol i-.'riiiiii
hllallciMl ojieralion or tile i w Itav. I.
letlloild was Ink. 'II toilll bv be coin
mission, H ordered the lll.Uly tu lie
Kill llll ail'd.a .cly
llisrimi may be held but ll aji
not decided when or where, or
whether the) will be pilldic
Olllr'AT l J Olbll t T To
HINDI' i:( l.IO
Waslili.Kli.il f Keb lu lir K. Isiien
Hinsb. of Ktin.tiib, India, and s't.H'k
leu. t'al., and lir. iidbitidr,i llosx of
I'alciitta, now a inenibcr iif the fac
ulty of the l ull i rmly ol .., pro-
R 1 0 T 0 U S
Furious Populace, Resolved to
' Overthrow Government,
Tears Down Gates and
Scores Are Injured in Melee.
FREE FOR ALL FIGHT
ON FLOOR OF DIET
Fifteen Persons Pushed Into
Canal; Lawmakers Refuse to
i Vote Want of Confidence in
NAVAL SCANDAL AT
ROOT OF TURMOIL
Fierce Debate in Parliament
Results in Violent Encoun
ter and Inflaming of Men
acing Rabble Outside.
(II Ijegaed Wire to Hventnc Herald. I
Toklo, Keh. 111. A riotous mob at
tacked the Japanese house of parlia
ment today. It waa driven bark hy po
lite after the entrance gutea hud hn
torn down and acorea of people. In
jured. The rioting followed big; maaa
mci'ting at which resolutions were
passed to Impeach the cabinet fur It
ul I it tide in connection with the graft
ihnrgea uguinst Japanese naval offi
cers Numerous arrests were made and
freiiuent clnshea between tha polKta
and the mob followed In various part
of the city. Thvro waa ulau a fre
fight on the Moor of tha diet. '
Fifteen persona were pushed into
the canal during a fight hear tha of
lice of a government newspaper, hut
ull or them were rescued. The diet
rejected. ; 1 ) 6 lo 14. a resolution "f
want of i-onldencc In the govern
ment. While the session waa In prog
ress, great crowd packed the neigh
boring streets und several maaa meat
lug were urgunlaed.
The people, after resolving to Im
peach the cabinet, niurched toward
the house of parliament, Hllacklng
several government oftlcittla on their
The debate in the house wua dra
matic. A Here,, attack whs mude on
the premier, fount Ootnbel Yunia
inotn, demuiiilliig a suspension nt
JudKiiif nl until the inquiry Inlo tha
naval sinnd.il had been concluded.
Pahiiro .-hlmadii, leader of the op
position, charued the cabinet with
having smothered the afTitlr until it
had been forced In order an Inveatl
xtilion. The speaker of the diet or
dered the expulsion of a member of
the opposition who had Interrupted
the ilt-hati and u free fight on tha
Moor of the house ensued between lha
guard nd the frtenda of Ihe deputy.
After vainly walling fur the exit of
Ihe minister, the mob inarched to the
office of Ihe newspaper t'hil-i '. a gov
ernment iTKan, where they atoned Ihn
police, who, however, aucreeded IU
ST. LOUIS EX-CONVICTS
WORK OF A 'GANG"
I (liy Is-asisl W lro lo rvenilng Herald.)
I M Loin. I eh 10. -- John Hurna,
I I mm Ii us "I'udgy" and I'eter White,
jl.oth ex-convict were found dead In
a ronin of the Krlendly Ten club here
today. The floor and walls were
..iverei with blood Hint apparently
ihev were murdered. The men ar
j supposed In h ive been victim of tt
n-t.-d in I'h.uiinun Burnett of tha
.house iiii iii in i a i ion committee todsv
I against legislation to exclude Hindu
jfioin ihe I'nitcd ftatea. They- asked
ilb.it before uny bill was acted on by
, ihe commute,, that Hindus In thla
country hive a hearing,
made ii.i promise.
Ml VIKs(,i: ItiXIMi
ON l'N M CAN Al, TOI.I.H
Waslilngtoii. Keb I'l. Itepreaenla
uvii Sinn i,f Tennessue. ranking mem-
i. er of the Iiiiiini. -iimmerce commit
tee, colisulieil I'resldeiet Wilson tudag
ah. nit . urly action on Ilia bill to repeal
Hie exemption clause In tha Panama
i nils I int. Ii,, learned thai the presi
dent intended to deliver no maaga
to i - in s t aa on the subtert.
IMI'I ItMIN UloN OK MIMlNS
TO UK MUV l ltMIK
WasliiiiMtoii, Ken. 10 ImHrnua-
ii. ui ul otmiemen or other nfftcerg
ol the ('lined Stales would he Iliads
rime b a sitiale bill .uwil today.
Any pel. in professing lo have Im
pmper iuiliieii.u with congressmen
will sis. i come within Ita pionaiolis.
The bill was one result of luvld Ijl
mat s scnsturivl testimony before tha
lobby rommlttee. of having Imper
sonated congressmen III telephon
l. .Iks with Wall street financiers.