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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914.
Tin: i.i:i in ni.i
vol a. m, am.
CALIFORNIA IN FIERY SPEECH IN THE SENATE TODAY
T HOOPS OHLY
California Statesman Rings
all the Changes in Jingo
Lexicon in Demand on Ad
PREDICTS WE WILL
BE FORCED TO ACT
Declares Whole Handling of
Mexican Situation fiom
Beginning a Disgraceful
Page of Our History.
Ht ImI Wire- to Fifntng Herald. )
Washington, March. Predicting
thiit the Mexican situation I a mat
ter with which tlit I'nlted Stales
"shall lie forced to deal In eon. de
cislve o;, and tluit very aoon," Heii
ator Work, llcpiibllcaii. of ('alitor
rilu, sharply criticised the Mexican
policy of the administration today in
a speech In the ecntiie,
"We may be forced yet," he ald,
"to Intervene In aome form in Mexico
If iiu, u should uol 1m (or tlx ag
grandisement of our (oiiutry, the ac
quisition of leiillory or ally other ad
vantage to ua. but In the interest of
the Mexican people and othrr rcsi
iletiia I lu re, the restoration of peace
mill order .mil the establishment of a
stable gov crnmcnt for our slater re
public." To (peak of the rvliitmna of tho
t'nlled Htmea with Mono, Senator
Woika asserted wa an unpleasant
task. "It la a il.irk .igc In oor hls
tory," h continued. "Inlca the
American people ahull hate Ihi all
Mrility. courage nd patriotism, II will
be read In the year to come with
sorrow and rhamc. For three Ion
years American cttlxens hiive been
murdt-red, thulr wive and daughters
outraged, their homo pillaged and
their properly deatroyed and thla ad
ministration haa done nothing more
thun enter occasional ml'd protest
and suoniltslv t appeals, and to
"To lluertav whom, government we
had rcfuacd to rttengnlna and who, ai
lording to our view, had no power
nor authority to art. To Villa, not
lectin nixed aa a belllRerent, not even
a aoldter, but a brigand and murderer
of Innorent people. To Carranxa. a
weakllnic dominated by Vlllu and
equally without authority."
Hens I or Works out lined the event
In 'he history of Mexico leading up to
the present difficulties and the refusal
of th government to recognise
Hueri after the assassination of Ma
riern "doiibtleaa by lluerla. who "'
lenled him. or with hla knowledge
Tha demund of the president In hla
meiuoige lo Huerl thsl tin la ahould
be an armletlea could not hava been
tomplied with, the aenntor continued,
and tha demund that eei urlty lie gUen
for a free elvetlon In Mexico waa I'll
ptiaalbla of fulfillment becaiiae of the
ignorance, of the Mexican maaaet
Hui h an eli lion he declared prolmlily
Would have brought anoui I lie "elec
.llon of a bull nahter for prealdenl."
"At l.i't a prominent lirliinh aiib
Jii t waa brutally murdered tiy Villi
or by hia ordera. Public ir Imnatlim
run hlKh. The people were arouwd
but the alula dvparlnient malntHined
tia uniuil dcree of compoaure. I do
not know why the murder of a cltlien
( Ureal Ilrltain ahould have created
more feeling than the aMuowlnalion of
hundreila of our people, except that
It Involves tha queatlnn of our good
tilth toward other imttona when we
nllow their people to be aiapghtered In
"Thla caae waa to put our good
liiilh and our coiirme to th tot. The
iimr widow ked tor the body of her
dead huabatid, hurled on Mexican toll
What tlii our govern, nent do to ne lire
thla right? It humbly petitioned
Villa, hla murderer, to allow hla re
main t ha removed. The atnie de
partment eiH'hi ilav in Irving to II ml
nut whether tha limn w la lnt '
Villa or put to deulh hv order of a
drum head court martial, called not
by a (oldirr. not by a In Hlgereni, but
t7 a brlamid and profcrionul mur
derer. What poaaible difference did
II make whether he loat his life one
way or the other for thia the sor
rowing widow was left walling for her
dead. What eliould thp government
have dune In tha cae? Jut what It
ahuuld bave dune for one of its own
cllUrns aent ur soldiers Into Hex-
Iro and hroiiHhl nut the body. What
right hag Vlllu to any that the body
of th victim of hla wrath and cruelty
should be removed or not 7 Whnt ha
become of our courage and manhood
that w rould leave It to him (ri acc.le
such, a question?"
ttOMKH THINKS TIIK WllOl.r'.
.VKIlMi;T TIIK III .M
WnHhington, March I. Ktnphiitlu
dlsiipproval of tha iidmlnlt.'ytnn.-the
leglalalioii which It hna puaaed and of
what he culled the "coercion uwd by
I'reaulent Wllaon lo romiel action by
coiiKreaa." waa voiced In tha aennlu
today, by Senator Worka of Califor
nia In delivering what he termed 4
"friendly review of the achieve
ments of the executive and Icglalnllvo
liruni hca of the government In tha
"one yeur of I i-nn'.railc rule."
The aenalor reviewed the tariff bill
and churged that "but for the coer
cion twil by the president on cn
lircsa t never would hiive Unseed."
I The Income lax law and the cur
rency bill were nlmi mentioned In thia
connection. Keferring to the Pana
ma lulls iuealion, Henalor Worka aald
the people who believe In the grant
ing of free tolls for American coaat
w lae ships, "will want nome good
reuaon for thia change of front on
the part of the liemucritle party nn-
irter th lernl. rhip of the prenldent
If it Is done to satisfy the demands
of flrea' Urltaln. they will not be sat
isfied with thlr aubmlsslon of legls-
lat Inn lo the diiiuiloii of a foreign
The senator said the tendency to
ward puternaliptn and exravaganc
in the appropriation of public money
was a marked churacTerlsllc feature
bf the administration. He declared
It was evident lo everybody Hint the
administration is opposed to grant
ing auffrag to the women "but links
the courage to tome out openly and
oppoae It "
lie continued: "It la too early to
day whether the amount reallxed
from the direct taxation will make
up the defniency rising from tho
"line of the worsi features of the
two important, lawa- ihc tariff In
cluding the income lax law and lh.'
banking and currency net -Is their
delilieratn stti-mpt to limit and even
tually overthrow the civil eervlct,
laws, rules and regulation
"It s singular I hat thla should
have occurred under the presidency
of Wnodrow Wilson, former Ice
president of Ihe National Civil Ker
vlce It'form league, ami now claim
ing to lie Ihe head of Ihe Itemocratlc
llK XtV A ITU,
Wushinglon, March t. Felix Iix.
nephew of I'orilrio I Has. the exiled
dictator, and the man who wants the
t'nlled Wales lo approve a new rev
olution under hia leadership, which hi
aaya, will overthrow Huerta and re
atore eai'a In Mexico, waited In the
capuol today, hoping to get a hearing
before tho aenale foreign relations
committee. Although aome senator''
pronounced hla proposal "preposter
ous' and were against giving him a
hearing, othera contending Ihe senate
ahould get all the information avail
able ol Mexico, were In favor of hear
I Max and hia followers, Pedro Del
viliar and Ceclllo tkon. were register
ed at a downtown hotel under assum
ed names, making every effort to
elude questioners. Their families still
live In Mexico and they fear for their
safety if aome of their startling
statements to the senate committee
should be published. Dial was reg
istered aa M. II. t it Inn of New York.
His companions were registered tin
Sir American names, aa cominc from
Kori Worth. Texaa.
TWENTY CONVICTS TO
BE STERILIZED IN
IOWA STAAE PRISON
(lv faftsrl Wire lo Kvenlne Herald )
lies Moines, Iowa, March (. orders
for the sterilisation of twenty con
victs In Ihe state penitentiary at Kurt
M.ul iinn and the reformatory at Ana
mosa. under a new state law. were Is
sued by the alate board of control
here today and forwarded to the au
tlin rltles of these Institutions.
K. H It van. a convict at Krl Mad
ison, la said lo have prepared to aak
the courta for an Injunction order In
tha event Ihe stale hoard Insisted up
on ciirtylng out the provisions of the
REPORT ON ALASKAN
BILL IS ADOPTED
(Ity laasnl Wire to F.vftilng Herald.
Washington, March The confer
ence, report on the Alaska railroad
hill waa adopted today by the hoitoe.
It now goes to tha senate.
REPORTED ILLNESS OF
THE POPE ERRONIOUS
IHj Iraw We tn fretting Reran t
Home, March . Krroneoiis
reporta were current in Home lo-
day that 111" pope waa III and
had fainted shortly after rising.
The condition of hla holiness ass
Aged Chihuahua Land Baron
Once Multi-Millionaire now
Practically Penniless ami
Helpless to Save Son
VILLA MAKES PLAIN
THE FATE IN STORE
Carranza Enters on Last Lap
of Triumphal Journey ti
Chihauhau to Take Charge
l Ity Leased Wire lo Fvcnliuj Herald.
Kl Paso, Tex., M.u h . ileiierjl
Terraxas bus until Holiday to pay Ilia
t.ii0,nui pi-Mis ransom for tils son,
l.ula, who Is held by Ihe reoel gen
eral Kiunciaco Villa al Chihuahua.
Thla su n Is equal to Jij'Umo Ameri
can gold, but the once, multimillion
aire of Mexico lias not that much
tuone, according lo ills own admis
sion lo friends.
Tha let l f demanding Ihe llinlicy
waa dated Marcu 3 and slated that If
the ransom were not paid hin five
vlaa Luis would be "taken south'
with tieneral Vlllu.
Thlg threat ilemral Terraces con
strues in only cne way and that is
that Ilia son will lull a victim lo tha
notorious fugitive law If the money i
General Terrauis is Kn ears old
and la greatly shaken by (he peril to
nla son. The latter haa been a pris
oner for several moot lis and has al
ready atiiimitted lo the extortion of
M'.O. ami American gold lo save hin
life. It la probable that Ccorgc C.
Carol In is, special audit of the de
partment of stale at WnHhington, will
bv appealed lo on his return from
Nogules tonight, to use hia good otllces
with tieneral Villa.
"I am very old and money nwemr
nothing to me." suld Oeneral Ter
ras, pathetically. "They can have
yvety cent I have if my liny la only
spared o me and hla children."
(Mtit . i ills iii,
LAP TO ( III II t' Mil'
Naco, tioiiora, Mexico, March .
Cuneral Carranxa, accompanied by
about MiO troops left here today upon
hla ci ok country march Into Chi
huahua. Ha pi nimbly w ill touch to
morrow at Agua Prieta, opposite
liouglaa, Arlxonu. There more troops
w ill join hla escort.
Tha constitutionalist' commander
In chief has sent his automobiles to
Juarex through the t'nlled Plate. II"
rode on horseback at the head of h.s
Personal guard of tuti men which wis
followed by the Fourth infantry of
Sunoru state I roups. ,
tlcfuru hi departure tieneral Car
ranxa waa visited by tho American
school children from thu American
school at Naco, who marched over
the International line with their leach
ers. Curranxii welcomed ihein
Ihrough an Interpreter.
M lF. tW l
lut.iNt; i p ui:mih
Washington, March . Kron. the
Ilritish point of view which will
doubtless be adopted by the state de
partment, no useful purpose tan no
be served by dinpatching to Chihua
hua Ihe Amcrii'iiii-llritixh commis
sion to exhume the body of William
H. Henton lo discover the manner In
which the man met death at Ihe hands
of (leneriil Villa. Thla probi.My has
destroyud any physlcul evidence toi
Ihe legal caae that will nlttinately be
pres.nt'd for settlement by the Hrit
tsh government In accordance with
Die pledge of iir l-:daard (irey, ami
reliance will be placed entiiily on
testimony alraady collected.
It I expected that 111 limb. Consul
Perceval aoon will return to Halves
toll. MIKKlXti I.Vt.lM Kit svi i:
IN i:w OIll.KWX
Painesvllle, II, March t. tieorxe
W. McCarty. nilwilng railroad engin
eer. Mho wis IhniiKhl to have been
slain in Mexico, and for whom the
slate department at Washington wan
conducting a search, ia alive and well.
information cam from Ne Or
leans that Mi-Carty hna been located
there. Int. ills of hla narrow escape
from heln. slain In Mexico were given.
It being reported thuj he wax seriously
Injuret in gelling away.
IHIYAX TI'I.I.H l oMjI ITT
MrT To t.l.T FcTF.I
I Washington. March . Heeretarv
llryun informed Oovernor Colqiiltt of
Texaa today that the atate depart
ment waa not disposed to attach tin
H. C. ROEHL
Nomination of Present City Clerk Sent to Senate Today -Not
Known When it is te Take Effect; Postmaster
Hopkins will Leave Record of a Decade of Perfect Ser
vice Behind Him.
Ity l.fMil Wire i !: nmg llcralil.l
WlMtllllC.li, II, March I t enllelll
Wilson today nnriilnal.il Henry C
lloebl postmaster al A liiniuer'iue,
.tl'I'OINTMI'.Vf lll M IT
III i: I M'KTI II M MMIV
The above Ansociated Press liulb tin
to The Kvetimg llen.ld tlnx arternoon
w is the first Intimation m he received
in All'iniieriiie of Mi. lii.ehls ap
' n ilium m to the Al" iiii niii.- p,,al
I oltlce. While it was 'ln n that lie
Was a Kirona candlil.it,' for Hi- pnxl
i Don, and Willi povvetfut bin tuna in Ihe
I'emocratlc party nt homo and
lliiooabout ihe state. It had la i n k'-ii-eially
undeistood Hint the aiipolm
inetit would not oottie for some
.notiths. Neither Mr. Ilochl or post
master Hopkins hud received any
' ommunlcation from WiisliiiiKtoii up
tu 1 o'clock tills afternoon.
It la tlieiefoic not knnnn ahether,
upon rcitllrriiiilinn by the senate Mr.
floehl'a tenure of tho ollice Is to take
effect at run e. or whether Mr. Hop
kins la to remain in charge during I hp
several montha of Ihe pri-seii uncom
HopkiiiM Has No I o formation.
"This is the first infot mat ion I have
had of Mr. Itoehl'a appointment,"
aid postmaster Hopkins Ibis after
noon and I do not kon v a hi ther or
not the nppoinimept. I' Intended In
t.tke effect upon ronflrmatinli. In ta''t
I knoa- nothing about It.
"! would prefer to say nothing re.
garding my future plans at thte time'
It haa been rumored that Mr. Hop
king might become a candidate 'or
city clerk of .Miiiniier.iie on the ite
puhlicaii ticket, In the event of a
post office chance, but this he de
i lined to discuss today
IliH-hl llon-asl Willi News.
"While I naturally am very much
pleased w ith the nevvs ,,f my nomina
tion," said Mr. Ho. hi when advised of
the fact by The Herald, "I know
Mrs. Belmont Hands
Arizona Senator Told That if
He isn't Good Nsw York So
ciety Leader will Probably
Have to Spank Him.
Ity IjwwhI Wire tit I veiling Herald.
vvaanington, M.u.ii it--irs. ii. it j
P. Helmont servi-l io.iicm on fenatoi j
Ashursl today that the suffrat ixls
Would dei la re war on ntm If he per
mitted the woman s'llfruge constitu
tional ameiidnieiii I to to a vote la
Ihe Semite ut Ibis tunc when there Is
doubt that It loiulii command Ihe
necessnry wo-thii'ils v ie.
"If you allow the vMiman sunrise
ami-iidment to ji to a vole now." Mrs.
licliiK.nl tclcKr.iphc.l. "I. shall con
sider you falac I r Interests and
shall not hesitate ! luitke the fact j
known In Imporlaci places. Those I
Willi llMVe Otake.l V..;l l.k llllMh the'
uoieintMient lo a vi. . now are not
genuinely intcrt sit il n Ha Immediate
success. They en l'i oaresslv ea and
are using you. II. w .e of their ad
vice. We cxpec' . '.i represent us.
T'lim- IjivvM-r Hl-lwrri.
New York. Mar. ! H Clifford W.
Ilartridge, cotiiiscl ! r Hurry K. Tuaw
at his lift trial tor i'i killliig ofSi.nl
toiil W hite, was ! - rred Irmn the
prai lice of law toil i V the apeliate
division of the s.i i -I . mii court. Tin'
court found thu' II irtridae liad
s.iuanilered IT.I.fi'n' t induce women
witnesses wlio nil.!'' have leKtiiliil
sxalust Thaw, lo li.ic the city.
due Importance to Hi- question of
formal recognition " volveil In ob
mining the extradii 'ii of those re-
lioiisilile for tho muiiter of ClemcntD
Vergara. an Amiiiian citizen.
Mr. I'rvan wired I'd Ihe recovery
of fuullie wim n ,,u. stinn afiei ting
the ordinary rouiti . f justtie and
not diplomatic rrl.i' nils. Oovernor
Coliillt waa told I ha' the ancica of
tils lif.iils to obtain vlradition .rob-
ialily would depend on the ability of
Ihe local authorlt.es to whom he ap
pealed lo exeninc control over tho
region where the fns.ilveg me ui
posed lo bo. The Tekag governor
also wag reminded Hint action by
Mexican IikuI aiiHiotitlca waa aub
Jcct to review by tlnlr federal government.
notblni; more boii t th:in ymi have
Inlil me. aa I h ive had no advice dl
'ect. I priMiniM any vvay that I
sin. nl. I a.ill t,, nay aiivlbitig until I
nave been continued.
"However, i will say thla, that If I
nm confirmed and take the ollice, I
Impo that In leaving It I IlkcV have It
with :i record of as complete satisfac
tion to the people In collt'tey mill per.
fed service us .Mr Hopkins has mule
and will leave behind him."
Ilml strong- Hacking.
In his mi. I,, In, v for the in., ofli. i
Mr. I'm hi bad the support of tlie
chairman ainl a I.iiki numla-r of the
mi ruin ik nf the slate I lemoi rat Ic or
ganization, lis Will as the large Ilia
Joritt of the cmlfilv- Mi'L';aiiill..ii l.i
t li la. i mnilL' I I.il.. ...-...,.. . '
dates were opposed to him, Ins selec
tion v as not a surprise,
Mr. Hoebl came to Albiiiiirr.iie
Shout ten years ago. For seven yenrg
he was connected with the purchasing
department of the Santa Fe, leaving
the railroad service to becou lib e I
manager of a local wholesale house.
He was elei ted city i lei k two venrs.
ago, m wtiicii position he haa given
ItloTM M FIt IKH'KIVS S
.l i:X M'l IMllll M HVIf ;
Postmnster It. W. Hopkins, who
Mr. Itoi hi succeeds, has been post
master of Albiiiiieriiu for eleven
yeara. He held appointments 'indi-r
President .Mi Kinley. President House
vrlt and PreMilcnt Taft nri.l ilnring
all that time has made an unbroken
record of per lev I serv I c. Hilling that
time Ihe business or the A Ibiniuei iin'
poKtoftice has more than doutiled II
snif twice over; yet the increased
business has been handled with nil
efbiiem y und an nnl.iiliti courtehv
lo the whole people that have won
tho postmaster it very warm Mine In
the esteem of this cotoiuunitv and
that cause his Icavimr the oltlcn lo be
received with general and very alp
Mammoth Raid on
Gambling Hall in
Three Hundred Players Raked
Into Net When Detectives
Break Up "Forty-Nine
Ity l-ns d Vlr to livening llcralil.
sun Kriiirimu, Manii ti.- in an
iniiy raid today on Hie hall of the
Native toiiH of tho li.il.l.u West,
whn h had been niited for the liiabt
to ihe l'i. i. si. is of Aioeii' ii, Hie po
lice alr.ed ihice crap tanlis, one
Klondike guile lllol Inlllelle wheels
vi ha ll they l..iuul in chiilue of Flank
I'aiinix, a poucrlul ward politici. hi
and spi.rutig man. w ho w is in dial Hi
nt tile games. lielvveell two and
three hundred jilajers were at lb'-
Chief While txplaincd today that
the Knreatrla hail la-en given permis
sion lo Itoi.l what was knnvvii as a
't't rump,'' a plnase c.diud lo cover
mimic reproilu. i ioiih nt the pol(, , i
d iva of onresl lallicli In clo-i , hill lh.it
Ilicre had ben no i ill cm n II lii an
lliolixe a Kclioille oiLliim ball, un
der pf nf nmi'I,.'! tiiallaK III' Id-
l'eiectlves .nlclcil. Innkcil tb,. cll-
tei In inmeiil mil. il. i.lc.l thai it v.n
iio l i..lla l.le. and H inc. I to nu I ir
orders. 'the r.u.l loliowed.
TO BE APPEALED
Mv IshmiI Win. to I vmlng llciald 1
liitivi r, March An appeal In in
the I. ilorado siipiemn coui t's ill-. I
loll In the liniictallli- .use wo! ,ic
taken to tho fluted Slates supreme
court, according to announcement of
attorney alio made public their pine
.fNiithinciit of error today. The case
involve tiio right or Hie atate lax
i ominiHaioii lo order an Increase In
the assessment of the counties of th
stale after return li id been made hy
various courtly sesnrs.
The chief itseiuiimc nl of error 1'
lll.it the tompany was depitve.l ol the
I It III of plotent aaainst the lucreari
bi fore Ilia tux commission Issued it
order lo Increase and that sui h action
waa a violution of I lie fourieeiith
llllielnllllent to the federal I nllHtllut Ion
which prov ide that no persmi i-hull b
depiived of properly without due
process of law. or denied eijual pro
Ivs tioit under the law.
on Situation in
State Department Wholly Un
able to Obtain Any Infor
mation as to What is Trans
piring. (Ity lens-il Win in I vi'tilng llcralil.
Washington, .March. l - K.uiy di
plotnalie dispatches and other ofllclal
a. i. cm today con tallied no further
Hewn of Hi,, rev olut louiirv ilo-turb-iiii'cs
In lu.iil. Three large cities
Itio, Nichthi'iov and Pel nip oils -de-i
I. iled In 11 slate ol s'eae la-cause of
tho lev oliii ioiuir movemi-iiia III three
great sillies ca line. I u. good deal of
uneasiness In the laitll'-Anii-li. an col
Ihe mgro population, which Is
nearly mi per cent of the total In
I'.ia.cl, Is n serious factor in I be pres
ent sit a, it ion. Various cam. is arc as
siulicil for the uiilist which began
aliniit n .ar a m i In the stale of Per
lia nil. in ii. Aiiilu.K.-ad.ir lin llama was
Inil, iv .ivvaiiinu ia ncs eoiit niiliig more
Infi.i mm Ion.
No wmd was leieivi-d as to whetti
if ill nail h.hl Ma piesnleiiil.il elec
tions la-l Sunday, the day fixed by
Ihe constitution The only nimlliliiie
of any Importance In Ihe Held to auc
i eed President He Fonsecii was I 'r.
Percent Homex, representing the con
servative Kepiiblican parly, hla op
ponent, liny llarbosa, having with
It la not believed here that the
elections wer(. post polled, as only inn
grcKs could do lh.it. and no word has
come or any such action.
AtnbuxHiidoi liaiiama of llrnaill aald
today thai lie bud heard of some iron,
ble in lb,, state of ('earn which, how
ever, he hud thought local, while he
bad nil-Led several recent ;,u::tiiess
message from the governor of para
In whuh the latter made no mention
of any disturbance In ihnt slote.
Masked Bandit Hoid Up
Brown Shoe Company Pay
master and Escape with
(Itv la'ii-sil Wlr. lo livening llcralil.
M. Ij.iiim, .March ti Two loldieia,
ir d wim revolveis. held up John
l.iicas, paymasl. r of the Itrovvn Wine
votnpaiiy here bix al let i...mi .ui.l
lold.e.l blm ,,f ah,, ul f I l.liiio. The
then tnok place in from of a factory
of lb.- e.,i.i,.,nv after which the l.an
lllU leaped Into l.ucas' a ll..linl,l
illnl e-c.iieil They c I II 1 1 III a IM I c, the
baiirr.-iir t" drive tin ni to a street car
biiiitid lor the nottbetn liinits of thu
' itv. Tin y hoarded Hie car and told
tile lilalllleur not to follow them.
P. iv master I.uca went to a ban t
I liis aitcinooti ami di. vv the money
vvilli wbl. h In pay the factory cm
Ploves. uii. r be went Hi an aiiio-
lllolille to tho f.l.'lorv, Stepped from
the c ir and lurned to lake two vain- s
coiiiiiinlnn tb.. money from the auto
lii. mile. ,H ,,s hack vvas turned tha
rubbers iwhin.1 tn. Minis bun an I
toveled la i 1 1 Willi revolvers, l.u, ..a
(scaa. inn, Hie failoty l,m left 1 lie
money lii i lit- machine
l,aicr two tt.cn sopiioticd lo be the
l.iiiiliK il I otT a tar In the south tiirt
of tb.- illy, each one carrxina u valise
Ariai.-niiy thev had bft the north
bound tar son after In, anting It. and
took one in the opposite Hire (am
HOBO LEADER IS
HELD TO GRAND JURY
Itv Isascti Wiro lo livening tiers til )
Ni w Vork. Mm. h 4 Frank Tan
i.i.i.iiim, lender of the Indusirlul
Wotiteis of the World army after a
bin I heal not this afternoon, was held
for the gland Jury on the charge ol
lniiliog to riot am) making forcible
crlf. He r.iM'iMid at libeitv under
tin. $7. .".'" mill fuir.it.hed yesterd ly.
The case of Iscloie WiHstdskv. a
t'rl. lid of i'.iiiiii'iihiiiim. wasciieil bit'
Pot concluded Hid adJoie..meiit was
taken until tomorrow.
t.ltlill ks KHsial MiMtsnrc,
Aloaiiy. N V Mai. h .- Tb New
Yoik slate legislature was asked by
Covtriior i il vnn m a ape. ml tncMi
tod iv .i eiia. I a measure, for the aid
of t he uiieiti plov ct' .
DIES IN WASHINGTON
flty I.ccs. Wirt) lo FvenlnsJ Herald. 1
Washington. March - Heorgo
Vandcrbilt of New Vork. died
here to.l.tv from the effect of
an operation lor appendicitis
several ll.l.s 1140 4)
Al 1 ,
Member of Congressional
Strike Investigation Com
mission Foreshadows Effort
IHEABAS CORPUS WRIT
DENIED MOTHER JONES
Famous Woman Agitator
Must Remain Under Arrest
According to Decree at
jr Ieasrtl Wire, to F.ynnjnr. Ifrraltl.
i'enver, March t. A compulaory
ai Miration law for the settlement of
dispute between con! operator anil
their employes, aa one of the recom
mendation, ur the federal atrlka in.
vesllgation committee, waa fora
rhadowed today by queatlona put to
K. L. Doyle, aecretary and treasurer
of District 15, t'nlled Mine Worker
of America, by If epresenlstlve How.
iird HiitherlHiid. or West Virginia. In
th examination of Lioyle, Mr. Kuthr.
land questioned the witness closely on
the subject of arbitration, hia qu.
tiona indicating that he would urg
the enactment of a federal atatuta
anniiar to the Canadian "dispute aof
w hich tut Hide coal mining among tha
Industrie In which controversies be
tween labor and capital must be sub
mitted to hoards of mediation.
Tht. method ia similar m that pro
vided in the amended P.rdman act for
the settlement of dispute 'netware,
railroads and their employes.
Jt la Mr. Sutherland's theory that
fuel I a public necessity second only
to transportation. nd that tha lights
or the public should be protected
through the power of Ihs federal gov.
1 1 nment t regulute Interstate com.
intr.-c. Cnder hla plan the contro-
versle would be aubmltted to a board
of mediation empowered to summon
witness,. under oath, and whose find
ings would be binding on both parlies.
Muring the period of arbitration, the
miners would be compelled to remain
at woik. Thus the public supply of
mi I would be provided without inter,
ruption. Mr. Sutherland cited the In-
i eased price of coal In Colorado laat
fall, and a recent t oal famine in Ilrit
ish Columbia, aa proving tha right of
tht; puolic t,, enforce a constant sup
ply of coal,
Moyle's testimony waa resumed at
the moiling of ihe day's session be
for the congressional committee in
vestiKaling hearing testimony on tha
Colorado coal strike. The witness was
MiieNtioued closely concerning pur
chnso of arms. Ho aald there waa no
record of money spent for gun, but
minim.-. 1 thai l.e had given money to
men vv ho "came to me and said they
in c. led protection for their homes,"
J. V. Hickman, attorney for the
northern operators, tried lo get thu
witiiica to uduilt I tint strikebreakers
were not permitted to go Into Ilia
low n of Ifeyette o trails ur get their
Mrs. Mary f. C Hrad'ord, state u.
I" riu'enileiit of public Instruction,
I. id the committee of a visit she made
to tin. lia.lmiit camp of the Victor
Aineri' uu Fuel rompany. Khe said an
aimed guard tried lo bar her from
the place but admitted her after she
had i.i.t her Identity and explained
that she came to visit tha B llools.
J unes McCune, Justice of the peace
at Isafayc It.', testified about various
disorders in the northern Coloiadn
strike district. Ho read a long lit
of in., guards he said had been ar
reted and fined since the strike be.
n'i The witness was questioned
about political conditions. Ile Salt!
he never bad noted any particular ac
tivity on the (.art of the northern up-claim-,
until hist year, Whuti a Hnclal
lst ticket was victorious In Islfnyelte
over the union labor oamt.dule. The
witms thought the coal operators
aii.p..rtcd the Socialists.
J. I'. Cassidy, marshal at Lafayette,
testiiie.l that he waa among tha men
convicted of contempt of court by
Judge tiiveley W. Whit ford, lie aald
h.t waa brought to Denver seventeen
limes before he finally was Sent to
I.ee Ts miliary, of Fueblo, former
slate senator, testified on Political
conditions in Huerfano county. In
vv hich he formerly lived. He declar
cd that it was the custom to have in.
tciprctera mark lis lint for foreign
voters. "in one instance sn inter,
prefer tried to take a ballot away
from my w ife and mark It for her,"
James iHilrymple, state cos! mlna
Inspector, who waa one of Ihe first
i!iiii i at the opening of the strike
Inv est I if at ion, was lulled to produce
rectds i.Kar.linj the Itoyul (leorga