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ALBUQUERQUE, HEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1914.
VOL. 9. NO. Slls).
DIAZ ENVOYS ASK WASHINGTON
TO AID NEW REVOLUTION
Ask an Expression as to At
titude of United States
Should Once-Defeated Lead
er Take the War Path.
TROFOUND SILENCE FROM
MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE
Foreign Relations Body Now
Making First Thorough
Probe Into Facts of Mexican
(Hy U-aMtl Wire 10 r'.vctilng Herald.
Wmhlngton. Muri'h 4 Pedro del
Vlhir anil Cecello IK-on, who said they
repiescntcd Felix I l.t x. Miked In prl
Mile wllh in scutate fcreign rrla
tinna committee today about the Meg.
linn situation. Il was learned after
ward UihI they loM Ih senator
Klix l'l.n was thinking nf some mil
Hry acilvlti In Mexico snd t !-
wanted to know what would h the
position nf III lulled Ctulcs toward
recognizing Plus ir lie Blum lil start a
revolution. The senators told them
the I'nlted Wales would give no
uian.es whatever to any prospective
The Mexicans were luMfti before
the riiminliiip by Senator r'ntl. The
mmmitiec also heard Hnug W. I.onir.
chief or the bureau nf l-ntiii-Anerh an
nftalis of lilt- slate department, who
hmughi muni communications of the
department regarding Mi-xld.
"We feel lh.it the flit Ir matter
s'nnuld be withheld In. in publication."
said Senator Shlveli y. "We wls'.i n
ge llll III lrl h'llMl lllfoltllllllllll ol
Mexican conditions ilmt we can. The
lily thing w ciin say Im that we are
inquiring Into th actual conditions
enisling In Mexico iiml that further
peelings of the committee probably
will lie held to continue thr Inquiry.'
None of iln members of the commit
I woiilit discuss the mnfcieii.e ex
cept to any that it wax very "Inter
esting." stroiig Res for
passage of the
Arizona Cattle Men Join with
Forest Service Officials in
Argument for Range Con
servation. ly la-a-cd Wire in I veiling ll-rahl.
WnahliiKton. .March 4. l.e'lallon
to int-rean the grasing prlvileea of
selilcra In th west wa advorat
ed lM-fora tha houa committee on
public lamia today by n large dele
nation of stockmn with Heiiutor
Aahiirxt of Arlsona.
Alliert V. I'otter, in charge of grux
Ing permits in the lorcstry service,
testified that under proper supervl
slon th public hinds in Arlxona alone
would yield n net revenue of $0u, (I0
a year from Ins graxlng feea for rat.
II and sheep. lie supported the
Kent bill providing for system of
ten year lease of the public domain
( Ity Wire to I'v'litng; llorabl.l
New Tork. March 4 A hundred
depositors In the private lumk of
Henry Hlege, which failed recently
when !.s chain of rrwrprlseg In th
enet collapie-d. were forcibly eject I
from Ihe I'nlted Hlate eoinmlsslon
er's office in the federal building to
day after they had protcaled In vain
over the piwipofieinent of u Inuring
in bankruptcy iroc cedlnsa Most of
those In ihe crowd were women who
threatened to Invade Ihe hwjl stores
in which Hl gc was Interested and
seise goods to rover the amount of
The women l.-td for the Plmp
.. ('raw ford store w hich la being
rondocti'd by In receiver. Th
liianngemeiit learned of the plan iiml
summoned police -"escrves.
to Do It
Governor of Texas Invites Na
tion to Watch Him While
He Causes Punishment of
Murderers of Vergara.
(My l.ra-r.1 UJrr to FTCidng llrrnlil.
Mullus, Tex., March 4. Oovernnr
I. It. Colquitt of Texaa, who waa here
tod.iy annuiitued ha haa wired the
Mexican federal authorities in N'oeto
I.eon. Atala of Mexico, for the i ra
il. linn oi Apolonlo lloilrlmiei and the
flva Mexicans iharxed Jointly wph
hm with the kidnapping of t'lemrin
Vvritara, an American cUI-.cn. Tin.'
miuUillon a hnneil on a tharge oi
hurar theft. VetKiira waa afternrd
tlovernor Colquitt, illacuaaini hia ac
tion, an Id:
"I have Jut hegnn my flsht to up
hold th riahta of the rltlxena of
Texaa. To any I am goliiK the II nil
to protecl th Americana in Texi
from any harm from foreign Inv.iaio ia
but mildly expreioea it."
Hlnc Die dmappenrnnc of Ver
Rnra which took place several Weeks
ugo It la pointed out otlliiiil. coniulnr
iind atul repoiia ha declared the
Mexican federal executed the mian'iii
Valiiiikloii Keenly Inlncied.
W'aahlnttnn, l. '.. March I
Th state of Xuevo Leon la practic
ally controlled by th Mexican fed
trull", although there are acatlercl
l.rda of rebelM Ihere. llovernor !
iiuill'a riUinltion will lime 10 go t
Ihe Hvierta governor at Monterey. It
sulta of the Texas xowrnor's la"-"!
mo will b a walled with great Ivi
tcrcHl !n olllcliil circles her. "
JOHN BASSETT MOORE
Washngton. March 4. John Baa
tu4 MiKire, councilor of th state
I ilepartineiit. who ranks as acting scc-
lelsiy. has resigned and hl reslgnu
llon has been accepted by Tl-esidciit
I'or ih present Mr. Moore vil
continue h sink nl the farneg.s Hi-
Hunt avl Inter will resume bis cop-
iieciuiii with t'olumblii umvcraiiy. No
announcement as to bis probable stic
i M.r was made toilay.
Mr. Moore's Impemling rcslnuitlon
has been rumored for seven. I weel.s
in. I each time had met v, ilh uniii.iil-
lled ilenal. Various reports have
had It that there was a lack of har
mony in hla views and those of high
er otfs-lals. bin liny never were snp-
IMirtod by an thing official. Mr.
Moore Is an authoruv on internation
II was explained in of ft rial quartern
thnt Mr. Moore waa limiting the state
department in no it dance with on un
derstanding he hnd with Presid. nl
Wilson when he look the oflUe of
counsellor lust May,
III order to obtain Mr. Moore's serv
ices, an ugreeinenl waa made hereby
ihe counsellor waa to get as secretary
In the absence of the head of the
st ile department and in other wuys
waa recognised aa second only to Mr.
Hryan himaelf. tin those conditions
Mr. Moore undertook to give Ills serv.
ices to the stale department, for Ihe
Aral year of its dtiilnintratlon, to as
sist In carrying out Ihe new policies
in contemplation and In reorganising
the forces Insofar as might be inci
dent to the change of administration
It waa declared by nfllciala that th
Mexican question had no connection
with Mr. Moore's retirement. That
he had his own views aa to the man
ner of handling the situation and that
they were not at all points In accord
with the administrations pulley haa
lieen a common report, but neverthe
less It was pointed out today thut Mr.
Moore had lent loyal aupport to the
president and rVcrrlnry llryan In the
execution of their plans at all times.
It was understood that In a statement
later toduy President Wilson would
lake occasion li emphasise that Mr.
Moore leaves the slute department
without friction and that the moat
amicable relutions will continue to
I hlllipg Is said to be wealthy and a
story loltl about htm In th mpltol 1
tal when be waa employed i'l Ihe
suite deportment he turned o.cr Pis
ii. i ry to co-aurkeis. He wji an n
I'uisle friend cl 1'rcsldent l; mscvelt
ana in the last few months iiu 1 beet
doing confidential work for I'lcs d nt
W Ikon connrctid with diplomiii; al
fr.lrs. IWxnm .Man Nsiiwtl Kei-rrlary.
Wushlugtoii, Mar. 4 Willuim I'hll
lips of Ibtstoti, was nomiiiaied today
by Prevalent Wilson to be third as
sistant secrclar of slate.
NEW TRADE COMMISSION
BILL IS APPROVED
Washington. March 4. rhnirnmn
Covington and other members of th
house sub-committee chuiked with
redrafting the Interstate trad com
mission bill, conferred today with
l-nsiiienl Wilson, who upproved a
new lenlallv draft.
Today's Leading Journals,
While Praising Grey's Re
strained Attitude, Say Mat
ter Must not Rest.
PLAIN DUTY OF THIS
COUNTRY TO INTERVENE1
Pointed Demand that the Mon -
. . . , , , ,
avvi.iiE ui, tauvivvu vj
Deeds or Abrogated With
(ly Iieaaed Wire to Evening flerald.
l.iiinloii. M in h 4. The Mexican sit
uutiuti nnd Sir I.ilward tiiey
iiotiiicemeiil ii h- views nl the licit
Ish govern in. -lit in regard to the ti
vestigallon into Hie death ol llli.il'i
s, Kenton are the subject of much
comment in lodav newspaper The
I'ull Malt i;.i u aavs:
The restrained language in w nidi
Sir Kdwnrd liiey referred I.. tt.u
Mexican murder will have, ihe
proval of all KnaiiKhmeii. '!ut It wnl I
not dlsguiee Ihe d. plh of ihiir .,.,"IAX Till' t WW
"K.ery reason "f moral mil tutor-
national right require or the Cu.ied
Stales that the pilllislllllelil of H-l,-ton's
luurdcrrrs shall lie c iflertaken
without d'la.i. At the prenir. no.
mem t'l illsalloli slalols HikOv'! a'nl
Ureal llrilain oJIriigcd."
rir Kduaid lirey said much to 1
elllllllHi the Kl'dvil of leiellt event
and very lull., to flicve the iliH.iiiiit
w hich those events have inev itabl
provoked. The public oplnti.n ol Ibis
l oiintiy will imt n.uke considcraiioiia I
" "imiiin.im oi iTsiucoi
Wllw.,, an adeiiuiiie excusr lor moui-ithe
esiiiig In sin h ,, , d us those of which
I'aiK ho Vill.i. Willi the approval of
Venusllanu ('.malum, has been guilty.
Whul Ih,. I lilted stales has don Is
not merely to sllow civil war to per
sist, bill 10 fiimrnt 11 by allowing arms
and ammunition to be supplied lu the
"'Ihe t'llHed Suites is bound to
exert thnt piedomiiiunt and exclusive
influence which it claims fir puning
an end to Ihillk- which 'lave become
a danger not merely to the l ulled
,lntp itself, but to the civilised
anion niIU fur Isoidon.
New Vork, March 4. H10 Lionel
f'urdell. llritish minisier II Mexico,
sailed for London today to report In
person regarding the Mexltfiu situa
tion to e'lr Kdwurd tirey. Hie I ir it ndi
foreign secretary, lie said he would
s,.en,l only a few days In Ignition mid
then return to Mexico City.
The miniHier commended the atti
tude uf the administration Inward
Mexico and expresM-d the liellef that
lluerta would retire us soon as the
country --as restored to some sem
blame of peace. Intervention of uny
aort. he thought, would be "a dread
fully serious move "
KTII.I, W ITS (tltOKIII
Rl I'aso, T x , March 4. It Is now
four daya since Ihe commisHloii up
poiuied to investigate the killing of
William Hen ton was hulled by rebel
ordero. and the members today were
without lurther Instructions. What
IheSfl will be la sold In depend on
negotiations now being lurried In be
tween Washington gud Carrunxu.
Charles A. C. I'elcevsl, of the Itrlt
isli consular service, who has lieen
gathering evidence in the lientoti
case ,hua accumulated n mu (,f tes
timony, hut none or II dealing wllh
bunton's death is of a direct nature.
Ml ICW W IP.HI'S
hi l l' AT hll K HIT( i:
Nogiiles. ttoiiora, March 4. The ex
pected naval battle the first In the
history of Mexican civil warfare be.
tweeu Ihe relH-l gunboat Tamplcii and
the federal warshipe Moirlor and
(iuerr'ro, began at Topolobampn to
day. It was reported here Hint the
Tampbii remained In-nle the harbor
of Topolobumpo while cxi hanging
lints with the Morelos and (lileirero
which were some distance out In the
(luir of California.
Vera tu I'aiM'r Kupu-'i.a.'il.
Vern Cms, Me.. Xlanh 4 The
government authnritlea today sup
pressed a new haul paper, Kl M uni
te 11 r, and arrested th enure staff of
six ediiors. who were confined to the
fortress of fan Junn de I'lua. They
were charged with circulating false
news, cub Hinted in rxcli imioilar an-
Ilif.-.i-ily against the l ulled Males.
Awful Attack or Cincinnati
Leather Merchant by Prose
cutor Opens Trial of Sensa
DEATH PENALTY ONLY
WILL BE ACCEPTED
(flj Is-aard Wlra to r-twtilnc Herald. J
Chicago, March 4 "A vile coward
who killed hln wife ami ioiiiIk Ills
iluldrcii molhcrlehs au'i men at
tempted to blacken her iharacler to
sate his wretched life."
A l'ruei u'or Malato uttered these
words of denunciation of William
Cheney Kills, Cincinnati leather uu"
i ho tit. on trial for the tniirder of h.N
i lie. in his opening arsii.neiil to the
Jury today. Kills snnyetl in Ms chair
H lid had to be supported.
"l.oi'K long." exclaimed Malato,
"Kill gels u glass of wnf r nnd has
si une, one to lilt him up. but be gavu
Ins wife no Water while she 1'iv on
ihe floor shot four times nnd with
her throat gashed. If he Is given
tho death penally at your hands hn
Will have a chaiico to make but peaco
with Almlfchty (iod. lie gavu Ills
' Ifo none."
Mulaln attacked 'nspirmuly both
Kills nnd Krol Can Id well of llrant
f..nl. i int., ai; ged by ICIlis to be "tho
:m'',, ,h "" '
' "tVinldwell Jives out of ihe Juris.
iijctlon of this court,- Malum con
tinued, "and could not In compelled
to ciime hele to test if '. We hao
begged him In the name of humanity
and in the name of tho little children
made mm herb hs by this iruicedy to
come here and speak, but he haa re
fused. There are no adjiclaes to
,!-.,.,. rll,., kn L.1,,,4 ,.t a ...... nr. I 1 1
lis is. '
l nder tho fir c.f the prosecutor's
invective Kill turned p.il" but tho
attacks only grew inure bitter. Ma
ato Inaisled Hun nothing but the
l" ""V -...,ld be Imposed on
" " ' "u ""
"'"liner in w ni -n kiiis ma
I Vl.1.1 Ml 1(111.1(1 It t) lll
I i nii-ago. starcn i Meii i;. ciiuiit
well of lliuotlold, llll, Canada, ac
Irording to n relegrftiu r.-c-cived hi lc
lloday, di'clared th.tl II was, in oiitra-'t
, that his name had been I i,iikIU In!"
Ithe case of Wlllliiiu i'. I'.IIim, on tiial
, for the murder of Mi. KIlis in u clu
. ctigo hotel. He said lie had llevi
sunken to Mrs. Kll. eveel.l SA hen till.
was with her huouud or da.'iilner
U'.iuldwell sold thai he had rei elv -i
I i in. ..i.p ... .,.,, i i.' u wn,. 1...1
that he did not believe It Was irom
"l:liis is lihcllnij tlie woman in an
Htieini't to aave ins own nei k. II is
act of a den.ca'.'e coward. h.i I
1 11 11 hi well. 'I not Mrs. Kill. 1 : 1 1 1 -and
their daughter Violet last fall ul
vieorgiiin Hay, where I wi,s speiullii.'
my vacation. I: in 1 uleiil we wrv
assigned to the h.wiic hotel table and
Kills Introduced hiin-elf to me and
I met the family. I diil not eullivau
them as Kills wits clii-mrceahlc in nn
on m i omit of his cmk'iiio ncrvou -ness.
"All Mrs. KIlis seemed to think !
was the health of her hushund nin.
Ihe comfort uf her children. TIh i
would gn fur Inllk walks loKelhcr
sometimes Just KIlis and ..Irs. K'l.i-.
but gi'iierully the 1 1. lee of them. I
never suw Mrs. Kills excet at the
tahl,. nt which we had our meals.
"I don't believe ili teleyram sei.t
by K. II. Kills' which I received wvi
sent by Mrs. KIlis. I can understand
no t'lrcunistiiiices under which she
would send 'a leleuium to inc. M.
friends here linve Mil lost confldi ne.
Ill me on account of KIlis' cownnilv
tiltempi to drug uie into this case.
CONDITIONS BACK TO
NORMAL IN NEW YORK
l fly I eased W 10 r.setxngj Herald.)
New Yolk. Marih t. Kmr weather
and thouaanda of simw shoveler com
bined I.Hlay in bring about almost
normal condition "f transportniioii
and wire I'limmiinii at nil between New
York and the r" of th'. coiiniiv
Knilronds who.ic i. legraph service
Was stopped report all wins Were be
ing rcpstored rap ill. mid legulai
trains were hems Mimed
MRS. WILSON RECOVERS
FROM FALL ON FLOOR
(fly I.i-aa4 Wire to I Tesilng 1 fern Id 1
WuHliinston. Mai.b 4 Airs W I-
row WiUoti mil. 1 .covering imtiy
from the shock a tall n the White
House floor last nnduy. Mbe huh
tallied no III Inner, .mil expect In be
up nnd about in .1 d iy or Iwo.
FOR MAN WHO
MURDERED HI3 FRIENIi
(lly I cased Wire ! I'veuliic llrraldl
M iinler in Ih
Ihe verdict of
Jury here lodai
..ua. March 4
I tut degree was
. district court
in the case of
Kdward Cook. 1 bilged wllh kill
ing his H'-iid 1 barbs llscoll.
on January I ' ben the latter
diM-overed tlm in conipuny wilh
Mra. Iinmoll The July fixed
Cnnk'a punishuii nl at life im
prisonment Si uf me will be
prntiouiiced Man h 12.
1 1 L.J
Delicate Operation Performed
Today with Complete Suc
cess on Healthy but Unusual
NO VITAL ORGANS
INVOLVED IN OPERATION
Operation Justified by Tragic
Deaths in Similar Cases In
cluding the Original
(Hy I in-c.l Wire 10 I vcnlna lli-rnli1.)
Pari. March 4. The ilelh lie o.
eratior of separatlUK tin "Siamesi
Twills." Madeline and Hiisanue, wlm
had been born united, was pel formed
suocessf ully today.
No such operation has taken place
in France since Mr Iioyen In I'.mJ
eparaied the two Hindu children.
Itaillca and Hoodies, who died of III
tieri'iilosla nftcr Ihe opcralbiii. The
wins 1 permed on today were burn
November I. I !!.!.
At bliih tiiev weighed ten pounds
Moth children appeared perfcilly
heiilthv iind iveru exlremely lively.
Madeline and unuPtie were Jnini il
together In the ri iMnn "" "tomncii.
The Join ture was the nnt siii'erllcuil
kind and X-ray examination showed
there was no organ of Importance in
the uniting membrane. Today's oper
ation was coiiriiIc, "il Ju-lllbd by
Krem h surgeons in view of the tragic
deaths of former pairs.
Kng, one of the oriulnal Hiainese
twins, saw his brother Chana die by
his side and himself died of horror
In n dclerlum 11 few hours n fierwar''"
Millie and Christine and Hell lie anil
J ml it Ii died III a sin. liar nrinmr.
"BILL SULZER" IIERlf
Retired Governor Mak'.i Bit
ter Attack on Murphy Pri
mary Bill in New York
Illy IcbmiI Wire o I'vciiiog llcrnlil.)
Albaii). N. Y.. March 4 A illn.l..
of rhelorlial lireworks b AsMi'inbl -man
William H11I1 r was .1 fentuic
loiiny's a. hkIoii of the state lcl-lu-1
MHzer made a bitter all.uk nil 111'
"poluical machine" which coiilro'leu
both houses of tile Icmlal are when he
was gov ernor. H" ilenniinced I In
whole l.iuue of IcgiHlalicn piiHscd rl
tliu exiranrdlnary sesnion.
"The slate primary lull.'' h slioiil
ed, "risemble a real direct primarv
bill about as mill II aa a Jai s rabl li
rescmhli's a J.n kass. I d"0cuice it
here us 11 lane and a fraud. Mr
Murphy would not permit his mu
lolleltes to pass II genuine bill liii.i.M
he knew It would put lit 10 out of "
mess. This mikhi.v hue ami 1 tv nlnu t
the re.ork.ltlllllioll of the I M'lliocr.i' a
puny is farcical. Tbev are only pui
Mng pew flics nil old scarecrow In
keep the crows out of their political
1 orntlf Id.
"Mr. Speaker." interjected an a-si-niblv
man. "I urie to a.t vvli.il bii'
is before Ihe houi'-"
"lllll Hiiler!" shouted Ihe form"'
governor, "and hi' will prn, ecd in ...
lhai utiles hi own or similar aitieiul
uienis are ailopteil to thi primal I
the same old lunu.es will control every
thing at the next eleitlnll nl befon '
HIGH LIVING COST
IS CHARGED TO
(lv leased Wire 10 i:enlng llcrnlil
Washiiiuiiui. Manh - Corel 'ii m-
dlll.lrial cntfilillllllino ttili' ltlHlki
with maiiiiainiiiK ih.' high i'"i ol
llvnij;. b Horace Hern, n I hlladi I
plna l.i'vur. vtio .1 : 1 -w.l tin ad
iiiiiiixtialli'ii onti-trusl lolls lodav I" -une
Ihe hi'UHc Judniarc cniiiioiltee
lle lllged that 'be Hlierman law be
.Mil lllled to forbid Ihe welling llgelll
id foreiuo triwls or luonupnlles lu
itupnse 1.1 their prndueig 111 ih" I'nlt
CALL FOR CONFERENCE
j I Ity ls-a4'l Wire 10 I veiling iferald. I
IN-Iiver, l oin.. Manh i - Tile call
lor Ihe confeience of western gov
eriiorn 10 be held in 1 nvcr. Apnl 7.
whs u-ur.l lod iv I v (liui rnur K. M
Animoiis. aa sei rctarv of ttt" organ
ixatiou Til" call i in the f..riu of it
letter to each governor.
Colonel Goethals to Receive
First Civic Forum Medal of
Honor in Washington Tonight.
CONGRESS READY TO
EXTEND ITS THANKS
I ll I on -oil Wire to I veiling Herald.
New ork, .Mann s . 1 II recoglll-
I mo nf bl wmk a chief engineer in
Hi it rui I ..ii of the Panama canal
d I lie. Hue W. Hoethllls Will rg
ie tlii. cwiHiu: ul Carnegie hall.
Hn. -" 1 v t I'oriiio medal of honor. It
will I the lirl lime Ihe on il il ling
been h.olnucil for ll isl i tig II Islled M'T
v II ".
John II. I'iul.iy. state cninml-vlon
er of edliciitlnn. I In be 'hairiiian and
H. vv II read Ih" speech nf pre..il-
iluiTl prepared I'V Joseph II Chnato,
who will be unable to attend nvv tin
iiiiarc-i I'vcimls llmnks.
Washiuy.toii. Manh I A I 1 1 for
the thank of conurcss to Colonel
lieniiie W iSnclhal and to niiihorly.n
the prcsidetit to appoint him n ma tor
ifi'iieral in Ihe army, was luiroiluced
totlav liv Senator Lodge.
Samuel H. Greeley Continues
Sensational Testimony as t )
Exchange Operations Before
House Rules Committee
lly lxg'l Wire lu tTvcnUic Herald.
Washington, Mureh 4. To support
his charge that the Chicago, boa id of
I .ad- is domincU'd b an alleged
I I uni 1. 1 vvm house men, Samuel il.
lireelc) luld the hulise rult'a commit
i'o loday that a It. null Jackpol fund
bad been laoa-d umoiig II member
lail vcar In get b gilut ion al Spring
field, to legulxe dealing in pun uml
lii'cole) names two member oi the
board w hn had uilnilltcd. he declar
ed, having participated ill collecting
ilreeley said one of Ihe things thai
mid led him to Wiishiiiglou In plead
lor filler.. I law governing wheal
inaikcl tr.inai lu.n was what he hud
.'en at recent farmers' convention
at Sioux I'.iIIh mid I also, N, ll.
Sei lelal v M. Hugh of Ihe Milllieap
nba chamber of commerce, he uuid,
lid a gang uf Hirmig-iii in men to get
puyMesHinn of ihe cuiiv'iitiiiu and shut
off lliMIISnlull of ihe uperMlluns to
'Inn uif wti-ut pits and public stor
"li". l:iols, lu- uid. hud resulted
winch the pots e vwte called to quell.
KMIm.iling the dcpreclai ion In
prices reuniting from the manipula
tion ul the caxli wheat quolailons,
liiu'ley wild It had averaged three,
hundred mtllioti dollurs a yeur. From
ten in i.', cent had been tuk' n from
the legitimate price of every hindicl
ol wheal, or 1.11I he said, during the
tw.'inv years lh aliened mnnnpi.ly
bad bei-ll III cultlrot.
The rules committee was consnler-
il.lt Indav Whethil In bl niidell to
- "pe ol the Maliahnn re.itulion for
in. iu. r into the I'h a .mo. hnlnih mil
.VI inlleapoliK rfralu exchange. n to to
take lii Ih New York and New I ir-
le.lllH cotton I xehilllgl'S.
WET3 WIN VICTORY IN
M urn in-1 if i. t. M 1 r - li i Ht'iiMim
f t If II 'lttl.i H l!'-tltl .11 Vt'lIIK'llE
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Hti 1:1 1 j 1 iiu ih, Thr i 'i ixliini, f.t II
iii; tor an x i m (,f ,..-Mitn n
ihi' 'im fiinii nf 1 -.(.! til: -hi tin ,. triiuiirv
k.i.iii i-h' M'l ii .!tr fur H il:-
1 t ttiiti:ir I i ml -1 i j t - iititl i4t'ihtv
1 11 I 4 tew miM t 4iiiiiff.-m it til. 111 fir -
it ff- i- nli.tl i 1tt1.1i
Th- 4.nv rhnni: i.f Iiu- 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 tiii-w-ti--n
in tho Hun m.ih th nhlll f
M 1 ir rm mi-lit i iisi' to tiipiiM-,
1 i ihu I -.rr- ha I he only In -nn'
ll v Tsi nu -(-ui- i-w rm ! ir li-
CONFINED BY GRIPPE
(Its W-a-eii Hire lo I vcninr fli-rald.l
New Vork Match 4 - Ihe cotldl
tion of M.irv lianlen, piiin:i donna
or the Philadelphia nod Chicago
lir.wiil I ipei-,1 i otni'Snv, wlm has been
M It . 1 1 iix well griiqie and Inrvugii:
sini e t'rul iy, was iiiich invi d loday.
she slill le named abed in her hotel,
A slUtil fev.r w huh ilc. i loied cs-
lerd.l.V enlit Hilled today.
Mis loudens mother sal t the sing
er had bei-ll loi. ed to (aii' i'l erg ige
liicnl ill Cleveland slid I 'alias, but
Imped to Join the company In l.os Ala
gib, leuv.n lieie kriduy. uf tin.
Iimu'ii-r, thev were not stile. It uii
dcpi piled on bet health.
SIZE OF HIS
James MacNaughton of Calu
met and Hecla Denies He
Gets Hundred Thousand
Dollars a Year
IN CASE OF MOTHER JONES
Congressional Committee Con
tinues Probe at Walsenburg.
Showing Increasing Im
patience for the Finish
" " t
(Ity I re icd Wire to Keening T! era Id.
Houghton. Mich., March 4. James
MacNnughton loday dii lined on ad
v lee of counsel to state before the coll
yreMluna 1 oinmlttee the amount of
hia salary as general manager of the
Calumet and Hectu Mining company.
The question put by O. N. Hilton, t-n
cross examination, precipitated 11
healed dist ortion, during whbh M ic
Naugiiton rose to hla feet and shak
ing his linger at Hilton exclaimed: "It
Is not ;iiii,iiiiu, otherwise. It's none of
your slTalr and I won't tell you."
There waa an outburst of applause
I mm (he audience, including the wit
pens' wife and daughter.
Illllnii had explained that hla rea
son In asking the question Wug be
cause It hud been reported that Mac
Naughton a salary was ll'tO.OOff a
year and If II wag true that hs was
getting auch a sum while men were
"working for him In the mine for a
little as i'O cents a week" he thought
It ought to be shown. Congressman
Casey asked the w Itnesa If ha had any
objections to telling the commit tea
w hat his aalary was. ''Privately, no'
Jury McHhhIs Investigated.
Walsenburg, Colo., March 4. -Morn
evidence regarding! the method of
selecting Juries In lluarfuno county
was producer! at the CotlgTSSslcinsI
strike investigation. T. M. Hudson,
clerk of the district court, wag ques
tioned bv Kepregentalive Kvana and
testified from the recurda In hla of
fice He said thai In February.
1913. Ihe old list of Jurors waa de
simvcd by order nf Judge A. W. He
llendrie. and a new hat of S'.IO names
was ceinflcd by the county commis
sioners, i f the 3"0 names 15 had
been on the o'd list, lie declared. The
Americans numbered t!6, Mexicans
1 4 'I end ni'iirnrn 4. There were 41
ih piny sherllfs li. the list. The clerk
swore that in the last ten years twen
ty Jury llsta had been certified, nf
the name nn the new list, US have
been on "in h of the last four Data.
Croix examination of Hudson led to
ft question I can riling the I .a Vela
tragedy of November I. K. P. Cost I -gait
protested, slating that the min
ers would object to the taking of uny
testimony on thut subject until the
committee had decided Just how fur
it would go Into the Investigation of
Hie 1-a Veu shooting and the Seventh
street fight uf October 24.
I'or two hours, before the commit
tee finally got started at 1" J, the
attorneys had tried In vain to reach
nil agreement nt th request of the
committee to eliminate or limit the
tcstiinunv on the shootings. A stipu
lation in. billing only Ihe bare fuel of
each case was proposed, bjt rejected.
The I -a Vela shooting res ill'd In Ihe
dealhs of Luke Terry. Chauffeur W.
11 Whiitler. H. K. Hryan and It. tl.
Adams, mine guards. In the affray on
Seventh Ktreel. WlilacntHil g, Hire
strikers. Kris Koklch. Andy Auwnen
uml I'lstro I'ns'l, were killed
It was announced bv Chalrmm
KoHier l lia t Hie ii iiio'lll.e Wuuld de
tide later in Hie day whether or not
to hear evidence l.i the killings. The
committee decided to admit aa evi
.1. in e Ihe stenographic report of what
put purled to be li speech by Mother
jnin a I lei ember Hi at Trinidad.
Anloiiln Omen testified lur the,
striker-! resmdiiig alleged interlci
i-nce with t he maila.
.-vei.il other witnesses testified oh)
behalf of the sinkers relative to ul
Ifgcd mierfer ine of malls.
SHOW 4'U KK lr.
PltOOl 4 K MHTIIFIl JON'KS
Tr'iiidad Colo.. Mureh 4.After nil
hour of heiHeil debate hctween Judne
Advocate Major K J. Houghlon. np
reseiii.ng ihe military auihorlilea and
Attorney Hon N. Iluwkina. rere-
sentiiK the I'mled Mine Workers, in
!o sulci court this morning. Judge A.
W. Mi Hciiilrb' allowed tho Jinle ad
v.M .ite until three c'( li k thm after
j noon in pieseiit affidstita in court.
Isiioiving i jus why Mother Jones
1 khniild not ls produced In court In
respmiie to the return In habeas .r.
pus. nrgiiinenls In which are. sched
uled fur later In thr day At th
opening of muri Maior Itoughmn d -il.it
d thai ihe producing of the '
j ii. iii strike leader In court under the
j present conditions would pm lirrtate
a imegible outbreak or trouble ami
I thai il would be a dangerous pro
ceeding. Attorney Hawking took Is
'sue and conlended that tho unionists
j would guarantee that there nul.! be
no disorder Th affidavits which
'Ma lor Houghton will present. It tsj
1 understood, will be from Governor K.