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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
un, a. so. mi.
lilill 11 lb LL
Mexican Outlaw Who Wrecked
Tunnel and Sent Americans
to Fiery Death Captured in
New Mexico by U. S. Troops.
Cannot Extradite Ilim to Reb
els; Huerta Doesn't Want
Ilim and He Cannot Be Tried
in United States.
MAY SHIP HIM BACK
ACROSS THE BORDER
Castillo Will Fight Deporta-
inn and Declares Innocence,
of Charge or Burning jucu
Alive in Bore.
lly U aiml W'ro lo rr'.vrnlna; Herald.)
Washington. Fob. Ciiatllle-.the
M:li ii l.r.ndit whj worked Hi?
.. ilin tunnel miJ - i dcu'h
of i-w Amerleur-.s. o- futnlh?i
b . i.iU-ki koul In the Mj. van ltu;c
with hl capture by U. 8. Iroopera In
New Mexico. oftliUls of three dc
parnm-nta vt Ihe government wcro
searching urchlvea today for prece
dents n. determine what they ahull
do wllh him.
Diplomatists pointed out thut lu
rxtradltu Citaillln ti lha constitution
til mis might la construed aa a recog
nition of their belligerency. Thire
u no Indication thut Ihe lluertu
government would nak fr the butt
Uit. To krap him a priaoner In the
Fnlled Hiuiea .uiu pinrit Mm
cat-ape from hie rrlmee In Mexico,
tor In- run not be tried In title coun
try for offenaea committed acrosa thr
Kin Urunde. linn way out aeemed
lor the Imiitlgrutlon uulhortliea lo
piil Ihr ruidll licR roj tr-n border
deponing him aa n undesirable
alien. In that wrnl Castillo rob
iil.lv would lull Into the hand of
Villa. I hi- constllutlnnallsl. w ho hus
promised hnn a public execution ln
MII.IO WILL 1H-.KIST
l-:.TlllITIN T MI'.XIfH
I--.I I'uao. Tea . Ki b. 1 Llrulcnunl
Uolhvtell. ruplor of Muxliuo CuaHI!".
the bandit churged with the I 'timbre
luiuiel iltaunlrr. did not rench H.tchl
lu. N. M . In lime lo cutch Ihe Iruln
due here lhl afternoon, and II ti
mild he will iioi urrne until tomor
Krlcnde of i'ukIHIo. Including Krnu
lin I lerioinib-i. auld loduy tha ("u
l Mb. Mill rell egiradltb.n lo Mexi
co Hiid ner lh.it Ihe bundll la Innn
cent of the crime churged ngulne
Xl.l l l.t l M'Y. t.i:HM.
snr nr.i.iF.vi-.i i ux;rn
Jiiurra. Mexiro. Krh. OuMav
tl. .li. h. uccuaed by ttf rebcla of
lug a pv. c.iulil not be aeen hr re
porlera today, iiermlaalon bclim de
nied by Ihe aulhorltlea. tl wua of-fli-Mlly
alnteil. however. Ihnt the pria
oner ho clulma to be an American
of llcrinun d'-m enl. la In nn Immedi
ate ilinm.-r. The finding" of the
court ye.lerdnv were rindlnga of tart
which (I la auld are l to be review
ed by a Judjte,
W. . Ilenion. Ihe Itrlllah eubjer-t
nrrented luat night. al wna In Jn II
lodny but prubably will hot be long
held Ilia offen la raid to huve
been indlacreet titteruneea with ref
erence lo hla right In Mexico aa .
I'.rltlrh aubjecl. Hla I no.oOO-acre
ranch hue auffered greatly elnce Ihe
reiolution begun, but he partlculurlf
reeepta Ihe rutting of hla fruit tree
for fire wood.
iumiH.it itiiol wvrriiK
I'Oll t ll.VTH H IU'RII
liouglua. Aria.. Feb. 1 TTuvIng
rcelicd Information thai memberg
..f the Mexican Clenllfl.-u. or Plai
purtv. hud completed pluna for ru"b-
log force over the International line
to atart a revolution counter lo that
of the coliatlliitlonalUta. of fit-era of
the Ninth I. . cavalry again ealah
Mahnil today a tringenl border pa
It, la iinderatimd Hint Ihe rienllfl
coa nlreudy have concentrated a fore
of men aouth of Agua I'rlela and
huve gathered arma and ammunition
In I til city wllh which to euulp the
The cavalry pnlrol a III endeavor
lo prevent further running of armel
men acroaa the Inlernational line In
iierute aaalnal Ihe entry r-rte now
held by Ihe Cairo nut forcra.
rATTI.FHJ' F MVOH
HH K US FXINHtT TXIoday.
liouglua. Feb. 1 1. Declaring that
he proposed extiorl tax of II a
head on cuttle would bankrupt them,
cattlemen of Honors united todav In
sending a vehement protest to Oov
einor Muvlorena at llermosillu.
I'HFVril tiit I'HVWI'XT I IHiFn
Tl TIKI' .MTIOV IV MFSH'O
l'nria. Feb. 1 .- Itesolul ions urging
Fr.'n. !, governme lake ron-
Female Devil With
British Baron Falli to Ground
When Brutally Attacked
Without Warning by Rabid
(ny u-mni wire o Ktmng iicraiu.)
London. Fob. IK A militant suf
fragette a nurd with a whip, mivogc-ly
I attacked Huron Weartialr, while hu
waa wuIIIiik today with SOU other wed
din Burma for a iruln lo Allhorp
.park. Northampton. Thr party Mas
Holng lo attend the wrddllig of the
Hon. rtydnpy Prl, mm of Vlacounl
IV i' I, and Lady trlla Spencer, daugh-
ter r i:n Kpcnrer
ii l-.uri noeiii-rr.
The guffrngene apparently
the elderly peer for one of the ciili
Inrt niintntrri. At the ft rut blow from
the wonian'a dog whip he fell lo the
ground. When thr aurTrHRrtie who
hud nuaiiultcd Lord Wen r dale wua ar
raigned a lit" refuxed to Klve her name
nnd Inld the police innnmtrate thut
ahe did not den I re lo any anything.
Lord WenrdHle said the wom in waa
a atrunger to him. Aa a pomthie e
planutlon of the a'ftault he noted tnut
he and Karl t'uraon of Kedleaion
w-ere joint prealdenta of the anti-auf-frugelte
Tha detective who arrented the atif-
fragelte In Kuaton atntion, mild aha
told him: "I meant to give hint a
kood thrnthlng You don't know what
harm he haa doiio ua "
The priaoner wore the hnrige of the
Vomen'i 8k-IuI nnd INilittcitl union.
Kite wua remanded for further In
'l.ord Weii rdn leu aaaaliunt la Ml
.Miiry Llndaay of London
t'ounM'l later In the duy upplli'd lo
thr police mnglNtrute lo grunt bull to
Miaa Unilany. Baying "he hud mluiuk-
en Lord Wrurdule for I'remler Aa-
nilth. whom ahe connldered renponal-
ble for the mull reut nun t of women
in priaon. The utioiio-y wild un apol
ogy would be rniide to Lord Weiirdule.
The magletrate, however. rfuad lo
runt ball, UMying thut the ail waa
thai of a lunullc He added that he
intended l.i order nn Itmiiiry Into Uf
ntute of the priHoner'a mind.
WESTERfl FUEL GO.
Two Years' Imprisonment and
$10,000 Fine Maximum Pen
alty for Men Convicted of
('Iia4.ii Jriiuu-j ot aH. Vr ul
Man I'Tuticlaco, Feb. I. Imprla-
onmeiil for two yrura, a fine of 110
Duo or both, la the maximum penul
ty that run be Inipoecd on the three
defenilanta In the western Fuel
company conuplracy caav who were
found guilty ut midnight lut night
after a trial of more than wo
Jainea It. Hmilh. vice preaident.
general manager ann a director of
t he 'company : Frederick ". Milla. au-
perlnli ndent, and F.dnard II. Mayer.
weigher, wire the men convicted.
ICdwurd J. Hinlth. a weight checker.
Their tawyera were prepareil to
lay to make un Immediate motion
for a new trial Katurduy morning
haa been art for sentence
Kuit lo recover 12I.C.13 In customs
due from the Western Fuel company
of this city Is to be filed by the gov
ernment, according lo an announce
ment today by W. II. Tldewell. chief
nut nt of Ihe treasury department, aa
a aeituel to conviction lust night of
the Ice president and two ciuployra
of the company nci-oard of conspir
The amount. Tldewell auva. "repre
senta an rxcraa Ihe government paid
In customa draw-bucks on Imported
coal over Ihe duly collected on the
aume shipments "
James U. Hmilh. vice president and
general inunascr, F. '. Mills, super
intendent, and F.. H. Mayer, a weigh
er, convicted In Ihe 1'nlled Stales
diairb-l court, ure to uppcur Katurduy
fur aenlem e.
New Ouarfcrs for John Si lirank.
Fond du lute, Wis.. Feb. IX. John
A blank, who attempted In assussl
nata Theodore Itoiwvelt at Milwau
kee I wo years ago and who haa been
confined al the Northern Wisconsin
hospital for Insane at Oshkosh since
hla trial waa transferred to Ihe hos-
Ipuul for criminal Insane al Waupun
verted' action wllh Ihe I'nited Htalea
and Ihe Kuropean power lo re-establish
order and security In Mexico
weir passed today by the national
committer of counellloi a of F'e.uh
Meaaurea lo protect Fiench rest-
denta and eonomlc Interests also
were urged on Hi. tveriimenl
Congressional Inquisitors View
Coal Mines and Camps and
Interview Strikers in Lud
low Tent Colony.
HABEAS CORPUS WRIT
DENIED MOTHER JONES
lily I -rased Wire lo F.vcnlnf Herald. )
Trinldiid. Colo.. Feb. I j rVencs of
Ihe exciting events In the Colorado
con miners' strike were Int-pcrlcd to
day by ihe tongri'SKionul Investigating
committee which wenl lo Ihe Ludlow
lent colony, the llastiim-. Iicrwlnd.
Tabumo and other mines and other
points ol iiit.rixt in connection with
Only two, reprcaentutlvea of each
Interested fu.it Urn accompiiiilvd Ihe
expedlllon. The operutora aelected
W. J. .Murray, vice president and gen
eral manager or the fuel ttepurt mi-nt .
of the Colorado Fuel and Iron com
pany. The miners were represented
by John II. Lnwson and John Mi--Lennon.
Col. tieorgn M. Lee retire
sented the mllltury nuihorinea. With
tho coinn. itlee by special authority
wua Joseph el. Meyers, siieciul inveatl
gutor for the ileparlmem of lubor
Forbes, the aene of Ihe famous
bhl tie of October 17 between sinkers
and guards In which one striker was
killed and one mine guard wounded,
waa visited this morning tiy the mem
bers of Ihe congreanionui InvcHimat
llig committee, 'i he committee and
accompanying putty arrived there i.l
IK o'clock. The tent colony of Forbes
waa United and the resldema or Ilia
tenia were Interviewed. w. Joniison,
op old-'lmer of the count.', wua In
troduced to the congressmen by John
Lawaon, Johnson told of condiltonr
In and near Folhea and lohl of soma
of the Forties butt Ice.
F-. H. Weitwl. who la with Ihe
luirly representing tho companies, and
John lnwson. who is a rprcernta
tlvv of the atrlkera. described thu but
tle of October 17. The parly atopped
near Ihe atone house, where ouiing
the- hnttle .the atrlkera' wImm and chil
dren Bought refuge.
The Forbca lump, owned by thu
Itocky Mountain Fuel enmpuny. wus
looked over. From Forbes tho purty
went to Ludlow.
From ForlM-a Iho party pna-redeil lo
Liulio. They atopped on Ihe way to
view the Iron railroad bridge which
haa become famous aa Ihe "fort''
'used by both sides In the numerous
Filtering Ihe Ludlow lent colony
the party was met by strike leaders
who explained Ihe location of the col
ony and the method of government.
The representatives sepnrutely snu
singly and l twos walked .nrougn
the colony Inlerv tewing tn. n. women
ii ml clllF.cn to whom lliey could make
themselves understood. It waa ex
plained lo the congressmen thut 13
do IT runt lunsuugi and dialects are
spoken In the colony and Ihe services
of Interpreters frequently were re-
lulled. The representatives appeared
particularly Interested In statements
made by some of the strikers that
they had voted without becoming clt
ixeiia. IIAItKAN f Oltl'l h HIT
IIIMI.II Mol lll.ll JONF.H
lieiiver, Feb. I (.The state su
preme rutin today denied "Mother"
Mary Jones, a military prisoner In the
soul hern Colorado alrike fit-Id. u writ
of habeua corpus.
The court mud,, the following state
ment: "In Ihe matter of the application of
Mary-Jones, for leave to file a peti
tion for a writ of hubena corpus, live
of the Judgea tire of the opinion Ihut
the application for leave lo tile a pe-
tition should be denied and It la bo
Chief Justice Musaer and Mr. Jus
tice Heotl dissented and were of the
opinion that Ihe petition should be
filed und the
w nt of habeua corpus
lll'..lfY Tl HTIMOW lb
UK At t KITF.li AT II Nf XH'K
Hunemk. Mich.. Feb. 11. Further
testimony to show- Ihut Iho constitu
tional righla of strikers had been In
terfered with wua ready for Introduc
tion at todav "a session of tho congres
sional committee Investigating the
copper nilnera' strike Al Ihe result
of a decision reached yesterday, after
sharp debute between Congressman
Taylor. Ihe rhulrman, and tleprescni-
ullve fwilxer, one .if Ihe two Kepun
licnn members, Ihe rominilire will in
ept hearsuy testimony.
Mr. Hwltser'a contention that some
limit Bhonhl be fixed on evidence ao
Ihut everything offered would not lie
sdmltteil Into the record wua over- ,
ruled by the lirmocrailc majority on
Ilepresenlutlva Taylor of Araannus
arrived here today lo Join thr con
gressional Investigating committee and
waa present at the afternoon hearing.
The committer la now complete.
Hlnw pi egress was made al the
morning session, which wus devoted
te hearing atrlkera' witnesses who
i hurgsd that they hud been searched
for weapona uninwiuny oy urimu
sberlifa and members or the cltlxena York residence i.nlay. ihe had not
ulllanis. deputised by HherirT Cruse. j been here since before Christina, but
rtwlUcr asked lu be placed on rec-inr hoiin was ke.l alwava leady for
ord aa disarnilng when Chairman j her use. Klie plamud to i ome hi re
Taylor ruled that the romnmte hudjuuturday wllh a house- pally anj rl
ample auihoriiy under the Iioiim- res- ,,,, ,, .rvtii.
olutlnn lii hmr testimony hearing n
I In- administration of Justice In lha
copper country unit Ihi' strike.
Counsel fur Ihn alrikers offered
witnesses lo establish the tniciuat
method of applying the luw In vogue
Mr. Taylor miIiI he thought the
strlkirs should huve (hi- privilege of
trying o show this method.
MISSES DECK OF
Transatlantic Passengers Tell
Wonderful Tale of Hissing:
Ball of Firfc Which Explod
es in Mid-Ocean.
(Ily Leaned Wlro lu r-.vi-nliig Herald.
New York. Feb. U.Among Ihe re
murkuliic si or m atolles lold by Hie
pnsaciigers of thu H. li. Colomblu of
tho Anchor line and the Itcd flur
liner Lupiaiid. both ot whi-h camo
Into port Indus, two duyu lute, we.e
uccouiua of a lurue and brilliunt me
teor which burned Its way through
I be snow and Itail and plunged hissing
lino Hie sea wahin a short dlutunca
of Ihe Luplund.
I'lisseiiuuis said that on Friday
niKht they were aturtled the up
peurunce In the nnrtheiu k of u
brilliant bull of fire, mcoiing In n1
p'-rnliola towurd the liner, it seemed j
to them ulmost certain to full on thei
Lapland's deck. Instead It hurst into)
pieces with the report of u i-unnott
and aank Into the ecu.
The Columbia brought
t buromcntrii al record
ed In the history of the Am hor lihu
and the story of a hurricane in which
tho ship was tossed uliout l.ke a shell.
whiti: srxit 1. 1 Kit
lMl.l.l IN lll,I.IMl)N
Napb-H. Feb. Is. The White eHur
liner Celtic collided wllh Ihe Fu bra
inier Madonna today and both vea
aela were aerlously diiniageU. Tho
Mudonna'a unchor chum was broken
and she Buffered considerable Injury
to th top of her stem and stent. She
was t.r.uble lo leave for New Vork,
for which port she arus to huve de
parted today with a laro number of
rmtgrunta. fhe hud been docked for
The Celtic wua aerlolislv damaged
on Ihe counter but It i believed l'i
have liecn only slmlilly injured below
water. Che u'so was nounu lor .vin
It was aaid ut the While Star otflces
here that becuusr of the sluckness of
westbound travel at this acasoii the
Celtic probably hud lew lirst-cluna
pnssenKcra aboard. No pusechilcr lint
was uvailublc here.
The Madonna is it compurulively
small ahip and an led inoMly immi
grants. The ugetils lure said she bud
I.Iimi aboard un ilim tup.
FOWKItFl L TI I.S Ml HH
III Imi l(IVi:it It I.
New York. Feb. 1 V- Two powerful
tuus. uided by o rise in Ihe tempera
ture, aliceeeded todav in smashing u
ihiiim d through the Ice that haa
blocked the Hudson rive, between
New Yo. nnd Yonkera. Tho lugs
were aent out by Ihe Federul rbmar
Kefining coinpuny ufur ire govern
ment revenue i
that Its cutters
through wh eh
erv ice nu
with coul und ruw sonar were nhlc to
reach the cotnpuny'a dock ut Yonkcrn.
HF.Vl'NI F. rl'TTr.H Kom) at het hotel waa making no
IOOHINO Itllt S41IOOl:ll rlulidertlne visit, lli.it he hud lli.idif
tA'aahington. Feb. ll The revenue j know n oefore he left his office Hint he
culler Onondaga w in ordered oill,wll going to the hotel to talk with
from Norfolk today lo lo k or Hieljtrj. lloml. Itogi is cotitendeU that
S UOU-ton : hooner Kuirc ol Hut h.
Me., with a crew of eleven, about 1"
in Ilea cast of t ape
from I'ort Anhiir.
dence. It. I. The
Henry. Klie was
Teg., fov I'lo.t
Imiico put in at
:-i with her inigo
Nusmuii on January
Ifled and auils ittls'tng.
STORY OF BETftUlUAL
qj, JJJgg WILSON IS
BUT FALSE ALARM
(Hi leaaeel Wlr-
rretin Tera: 1
Washlnuton. 1- el. l . l uoia ui
of uu offlclul denial of a report Ihut
.Miss Murgaiet Wilson. Hie prcsl
lient'a oldest ilaugbter. wus rtigHgcil
to be married to llmil Fisher of
Kansas Cliy. Mo., was requested to
day by Ihe While house.
OF VANDERBILT3 LEFT
Ig-aaed Wlro ut Fvsnt.ia Herald 1
Jericho. Long Isl. nd. Fell. IX.
The country home of Mrs.
William K. Vanib rbll!. Jr..
valued wllh Its tarnishing mid
art ireusurcs at nearly tl Out).-
0(10,' was dei roved by fire lo-
day. The only ooupanta were
a caretaker and servants left to
look after the property.
The caretuker attributed the blax
llo an overheated furnace. The fir-i
departments of Hi-kwlla and Weal-
bur were culled hot on account ol
I Ihe snow clogg.-d roads they were
unable to drug tlu-lr apparatus to
. Mr- Vanderbdt w..g nl her New
run uuiiorinn I unj AmT-. tttttt 4r
State of Oklahoma Has Place
for Men Who Plotted Ruin
of His Reputation, Attorney
Charge Made That McMnrray
Seeks to Get Even With
Blind Senator for Opposing
Claims to Indian Fees.
WOMAN SOLE CAUSE
OF NOTORIETY. CLAIM
Counsel fjr Defendant De
clares Mrs. Bond Gave Case
Publicity for which She nowh
Asks $50,OUU Damages.
Illy lrfMis4il Wire lo l-:enlijr llcrnhl
nkluhoina City. Felt Is.
The charge that J. F. McMnr
ray. nn Oklahoma lawyer now
living In Wuehlouloii. planned
the iilligcd couxpirai-v uiilnst
ThoimiH I". Dure. Fnlt'-il Htulea
senator from o'-labouiu. which
resulted III his belli sued for
I 'lO.liilO damages, lor un a Hexed
atl.icli on Mrs. Minnie i: lloml.
was made In lte trial h-re today
ltolu-rt I. Haw rs. In addressing
tho Jury, said that several years
ago McM array sought to prose
cute claitilH for nearly n.0UO.
Iilill fees from Indians on the
transfer of lands. lie asserted
that Kcnator Oorc optioned Mi--Murray's
claims and tit retalia
tion Ihe conspiracy bad been
"Oklahoma has u home for
such conspirators," he shouted
"II In over at Mc.Mealer." The
stale penitent Iary U located at
When Mr. Kodgers had fin
ished hln uddresn thre allor
nev-s si 111 remulned to speak
before the case vv.is ready for
It was expecleil the Jury
ivollld Uet the cIihc nluilit .r p. to.
f Itr Taaaed Mtre to F. veiling; ricmlil.)
tiklahoma Cilv. iikla. Feb.
Terminal ion of arguments and plac
ing or the cane In Ihe hands ot (in
Jury was expelled here today in the
trial of the damage suit of Mr. Min
nie K. Ilond UKauist Thomas I'. Ciore,
Fnited States senator from I 'kla.ioinu.
The plulutitr unka fjd.uuu from thu
senator us the result of uu alleged nt
tuck made on her in u Washington
hotel. ilx of the I.' hours a Holed by
Judge Clark for urgument iclilalll -d
when court convened today
ltolM-tl L Uogers. uu iiitoriiey of
Little Itock. Ark., addressed the Jury
In Ihe senator's behalf. Id. Insisted
that Ihe senator in going to meet Mrs
I rv idelice in Ihe trail showed that Ml
Uond was u party to 'he alleged coi
splraiy against Mr. liole aud that the
knew Ihe motive liiliind It all wan
pobtliul opposition to Hie senator.
"This woman." be said, "complains
that on account ol publicity given the
affair in Ihe hotel she has been dam
aged l'i".ii"'l. Who gave the H
-mill!' ily ? Hhe did tud the hre ineii
iv ith aer In the coiiepi' ucv .'
LOSES OUT IN DENVER
lily la-aaivd W Ire io Frening Herald 1
Denver. I-eli. I i-igures conipu
ed todav iiv lti elections commNnain
on collllele I'eturiis llolll VeSlerd..y
special election, showed the fullov
The Ki-iull association amclulineiit
on uhiib all IcUal cl-ctnrs voted. wan
dcfeuied ll.Tlu to ll.'JII. Malorli;.
The water contract, on whan on!
taxpavel'S Voted, was tfef-ated 1 1 I
to i.x:i. Mujoriiy aKaiust. :..'.'
Issue of 13 lino. mill ooliiln to cover
the clly's share of driv ing Ihe Juno a
I'ealt funnel through the conlnicnlal
divide for Ihe us,- of the Denver and
Salt Lake railway, curried by a vole
of nearly I to I For. l'.' f. In
utuinnt. fi.M Majority for. r 7
The ll tall association uiiicndmeni
ar.it the water coiilruii provided u
cl.ui for apprainliig ihe Denver I n
ion Wulei lompanv plant with a view
to lis uHllu.iie iiut'chase by the cltv
in the luenuiime the company guar
in. li- leu Interest i n lis bonds
The vole on oth.-r proposals Bill
milled to Hie cletior follows:
r-. in i - in. .in h I .- pay for city em
plows For Sl.tila: against. I TSS
Amendiociit lU'ohibillng the sale of
pt'opcrtv for ib ! I ii. tl nt taxes oihi
thun the Inntallmeni In d fault! pi.
17 111, against. 7 t7. Majority, It,
Will Cross Ocean
in the Biggest
Son in Law of John D. Rocke
feller, on Way to Florida to
Build and Launch Transat
(Ily fa-ascil Wire to e;ei,:ng fTnrald.)
Chicago. Feb. IS, Harold Me
t'ormlck. aeroplane cnthtiniant nnd
sun-In-law of John I . Kockefcllor.
who has already In a died hdn.
I 'are transportation from his hott-i
in ii imrt hern suburti lo dow ntowit
Chli-aao. has planned to fly acrn
the At la nt I.- ocean In the largest nor
op'nne vet built, uccordhig to Infor
millon which r- '"ed here today.
Mr .McCormick. wllh I'burb-s Tde.
I. en on, president of the Chlcngo
Veropl.me i lub now Is on his way to
Miami, Flu., according to the dis
patch where the pluna for building
nd launching the iruim-Atlantic urr
plane are to be pctfei icil. Accord
ing lo Information given to airmen
here C. C. Winner. Lincoln float hv
ml Ttony Steadman are lo be the
pilots in the 1 1 ik lit . wlh Jay J. Mi-
atihy an mivmaior Oiinottne tanks
hlch can lie driipped when their
oiiteiits are cxluiusl.il wire said In
an I til li 1 t hi 11 of the ciiulpmcnl
proponed for the giant aeroplane.
bono w ingi will spread 41 feet from
P to tip A ulii-U-ns outfit with u
IHl-tnlle radius of efl btetiev. also
i'l be part of the equipment.
anious Tenor Get Two of
His 35 Trunks; Grand Opera
in All Sorts of Trouble.
Illy la-usi tvirr i rrvrnmr HcrabM
letiver. I-eli. : Negoil.itlotiH were
iitnl. rla ... n li.ilnv wlu reliy It was
hupeil a sell lenient would oe i lie. led
l .iVl.llltK tor a pel fol main e hei.- to
mtit l Ihe National ilr.itid opera
mpaiiy of Canada. I'eiidiiu the
out. otn. Clair J. 1 It . Ii n i-r, coiunus-
loll, r of llllall. c. Mill Ill-Id tne eom
i.iiij's propel I which was seii d lanl
inglii when the member retimed to
appear union the entire $ I. ;,iim uu.ir-
inlee for Ihe nmlu s pei fornnili' i wan
paid. F D. Il.ivvkltis. I.e ul promoier
I do. III. ti ll tr.'.ll lie.-allne of alleged
absence of some of the principals of
At today's conference the pi in Ipals
xpressod u vv illiiiKii.-SH lo give it per
formance intiifcht under a ciiiuprommc
uuieeni.iil It was cxpectsd u le-
Dion would lie rcaciled late! today.
(iconic .-'lezuk. pilinifial tenor, vv li
ant iomIii .'laslieil with s veral police
n.l tl ii u 1 1 ,- sc. -tired two of thu
iiiuks .leloiiging to h.tn lelt l.r
RATES ON FUEL OIL
TO ARIZONA POINTS
(Iiv lAni Wirt i fc.vritli.tf llralil.
a hu. ton. Kth, 1 V-- lloliltim
I rt'Uhl I alls 4 ti ! 'in I i; 1, nliin tit -
H .li iim uiu) i iiiiu t is. 1 11. i r I Mm i
illlol lit;. Ktci.H.if. (.oUi-l.tli.t till!
T xiH i tuli-i .ua pitinlM it t.milM tn
A rUHIH W Vt' I' kti fHl I'. 1 lit- ilili'l fil.llf
t m tut 1 1 1 i-oii. rnii.i'in tin I i'iu.i
m ti i't'ritlt (iiul'l'iiittri "y Xhv An
nul i i ' i i' ! I'.i 1 1 1 1 4-t'tinius'!1!! uiu) lh'
I m i f 14 t 'rf inn ruiiiiivili y Uut low
TODAY IN CONGRESS
M. t nt noon
l-orelgll lelallollt committee
lelaved selei Inn a . hairnian lu
el i essioti lo Hie late Kcliutor
"a- on until Hu- i. turn of S. naldf
.-'win-, the thinking niitit il,
i 'oli-t it ut o-.nal ailiell-llOeOt lo
eiifiam lilse -.voiii.h wan din. u-m .1
a ii bout a. t ion.
House amendment for (he half
million .lo H u Ii"n cio-leia i a m -a.i.ll
a k reed to and Ho- ..ill wax
pn paicd for I'remlciit H il.iun't
Meliatol Itlintow llitlodieiil a
bill lo deposit poslal S.IVlflgH "111
In hanks of Hie in-., ledcial re
Mel at In oil
llesll.lled deo ate l the .Vl.n
katl lalilo.iil hill wit I plalln for
pas.ase la-ror- u-liouriiui nt
Mm Chri'tine Fiederies of
lhllade!.hi.t uikted liK'slallve
permission for niaiiuf ii tin. -is In
protect the prices of their slaiid
lialltiiloie llnh dealers asi.e.1
liil.-rstate v oinmer. e i-ommutea
to proliiliit use of food fish bf
f. ruhiter ni .iijfji-1 ir.-m.
Docs Not Represent Sober
Judgment of Democratic
Party, Declares Senator
Owen in Defense of Wilson.
Canal Tolls Exemption Debate
Elicits Charge That Presi
dent Interprets Planks ta
Suit Circumstances. '
Republican Senator With Ex
ecutive in Policy of Keeping
United States From Being
'"Outlaw Among Nations."
(Itf U-aaesd Wire to IC renin Iterald.
Wuivbliigton, Feb. IS. I'r.-nldeltt
Wilsons plan to repeal Ihn I'linaina,
canal tolla cxe.llptlon calue In for IIS
flint senate dciiute today, during
"hah It was churn, terlr.cd by S. nu
lor lirlstow. I ;-i.ii HI i .-i. n us an nld to
II aliM ontln. nta rullrouds.
Senator l.o.lKe. Kepu iilicu n. and
Senator Owen defended Ihe presldent'a
ponltlon, while Senator t 'liamlarlaln,
Deiiiocritt, declined to agree with II.
Mr. llriHtow denied having Impugned
the president a motives.
M-nalor llrislow declared Mr. Wil
sons attitude on the I'aniiuiu canal
plank of the llaltimore convention
und on the surfTugc ciieatlon had
"given us u line on some of tho pe
culiar und IntcrcKting charnclurlatlea
of our chief executive which may ba
exceedingly useful lu Ihe country In
the ft ure."
II,. quoted the single presidential
term plank and asked:
"At Ihe proper tittle will Ihe preal
dent interpret this plunk in harmony
with hla positions to auffruge or aa
to cfttml lollat" -
Senator HrlntoW charged President
Wilson with living Inconsistent when
he i. . lined to favor woman's suffrsgn
lii.-a-ls. it waa not treated In Ihe Drill
ociiitlc platform, while he wag" asking
congress to repeal tha I'unumii canal
lolls cxetiiptloii which tho platform
"Th greed of the railroads and Iho
uiidaeiouK claims of litem llrlluln
seem far mole potent with our chief
executive than a pin-ii In ol women," ha
Senator Hilhorland declared lha
most convincing argument for wom
an's suffrage was thr luck of any per
suasive argument against It.
When Senator Owen look Ihe floor
to defend I'renident Wilson, the de
but., turned from suffrage lo I'unama
tolls He declared there wna likely
to creep Int. i a parly platform soma
plank not f 1 1 1 1 V digested pud Ihcre
lore not to be regarded ua conclusive
on the parly. '
"That iiucatlon had not been de
. ided on by the national Dctii.M-rucy,"
said hi'. "I say that Ihe conscience of
no Democrat Is hound by the plat
form, lie. -a use It does nol represent
the sober judgment of Ihe party hut
merely represents what some per
sons, who found ihemsclvea In a po
sition lo voice ihe principles of Hi"
party believed hud been determined
"I Ulll opposed to no lolls. TbeV
would I... unjust to the taxpayers of
the I lilted Mates. I don't believe olio
. I. .11.... ..r .1... Uk-i.i..lli.n I,. ..nasi MisO
(vessels would ever find lis way lo lh
ultimate consumer "
Declaring Ihut President Wilson did
not like lo see "the t inted Slates in
the attitude of an outlaw moons Ihe
nations." Senator I. o. lite, tlcpublican.
vlitoloiisly defended tile president.
"It :s certain that the president la
goiilcd In this matter entirely by
what he thinks is to the honor and
Ihe credit of the I tilted States ln 111
lorctiui relations. He nua no olio r
ol Jei t in vo w. I think he haa thu
f'-eiiuu that iii one wuy or uuothcr--au.l
I a i u ultai hlng no blame to unv
..lie the I luted stalls has Iticurie.l
Ho- dislike of other nations and the
distrust of sutiie ol them, where trust
had prevailed iiclore. Hp realises lb-It
Ho- iiuhtlitl position of the I nit.-. I
Stales Is not to h" obtained -hv ilisle
4aid of international iiUiieaimiis or
reversing pole l.-a long lo Id, simple
... Kiullt some pi. rising Whim."
.-eii.itor I 'ha in i.er lu lu. Democrat.
.1". lan d ha dinus-rccd with 1'rcnl.tcnt
Wilsons V lewn lllll villi not !UCSlotI
"Tlie pi. nik adopted al llultiinota
wan ami Is us hunting ua any other
plank or that plailorm. ' ha said lie
.!-' I. iled that if the toil exemption
nt lapcalcd It would Imp uvcuusr of
Ho- Cuii. Khan liuusv out ir.vutul rail-i-.iiils,
na.-kt-d by the American lines
Si uator Jvt - ' u 1 1 1 i , Itepiiullcan, ilu-
la red be did nol join Senator llrislow
in charging that the president wua
million, ed by transcontinental tail
heiiutor ltristow denied he had tm
j fa. u ued tlie prraidetu a motives.
"The senator cillicr cbargea lha
liresoi, nt with t.e.ng a to.. of tha
i.iilioa.ls or being un unsophisticated
pl-INOIl," augmented Settatur Mvera.
"I itou'l maw Ihut touclution. lha
sen.iloi may if hv dealt.-," isturtvd
Sen... ..r liorah ilc-larej that t)lr