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SANTA FE, NEW M EX 160, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913. V NO. 187 , 7 SPAIN'S MINISTER WILL BE GUEST OF SANTA FE CURRENCY BILL IS NOW U. S. SENOR CON JUAN RIANO Y GAYANGOS WILL STOP OFF HERE FOR 24 HOURS ON WAY BACK TO WASH- INGTON FROM SAN DIEGO CROSS UNVEILING CEREMONY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND MAYOR BID WELCOME Senor Don Juan y Gayangos. Spain's minister to the United States, will be the guest o the city of Santa Fe and of the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce on Saturday night, October 4 and Sun day, October 5. The minister, who is soon to be come an ambassador, will stop at Santa Fe on his way back to Washing ton from San Diego, where he will rep resent the king of Spain at the unveil ing of the cross to Miguel .lose Serra, whose clerical name was "Junipero." He was a Spanish Franciscan mission ary, 1713-1784, founder of the Cali fornia missions. He founded the first of the missions in California at San Diego in 1769. CHAIRMAN OWEN OF BANKING COMMIT TEE OF THAT BODY SAYS HE LOOKS FOR BILL TO BE REPORTED TO SENATE - BY OCT 6 PRESIDENT TALKS WITH DISGRUNTLED ONES SULZER LOSESiJ. IN FIRST I i BATTLI C. GAR JAILED F CONTE! Washington, D. 0., Sept. 19. Fresh irom its triumphant passage in tha house, the entrance of the administra tion currency bill to the senate wa3 signalized by a statement from Chair man Owen, of the banking committee, that he expected the measure out of j the committee and on the senate floor for action by October 6. "1 believe I am as fully prepared to act on the currency bill now as 1 would be if 1 gave it much longer study," said Senator Shafroth, an- j other Democratic member of the committee. "I believe congress should dispose o( it before the next regular session begins." President. Wilson's conference last night with Senator Iteed, on of the committee Democrats, who has criti cized many provisions of the bill ad versely, will be followed, It is expect ed by individual conferences with other Democrats who have shown op position to the measure or criticized its vital features. With the aid of Secretary McAdoo, the president will endeavor to overcome some of their FIGHT TO HAVE FOUR SENATORS ON INVESTIGATING COMMUTE KEPT OFF THE IMPEACHMENT COURT IS LOST-RULES ADOPTED FOR THE TRIAL RISONSCHM! OR ! BE i PT i DT GETSSIILL T0 AVERTEKiCOFINDS trtit m TOILS 'GOVERNOR SULZER'S CHIEF GRAFT (LETTERS FOUND FROM ANOTHER WO- INVESTIGATOR SENT TO JAIL BY ASSEMBLY OF NEW YORK STATE UNTIL END OF SESSION MAN WHO SAID SHE COULD NOT DEPUTY LABOR COMMISSIONER IS WORK-; ING TO PREVENT WALKOUT TENT CITY GOING UP TO HOUSE STRIKERS SEV-! ERAL INDEPENDANT COAL COMPANIES SIGN WITH UNIONS NO ONE AT FAULT CAN NOT BE LOCATED ASSEMBLY MAY PASS j PHOTOGRAPHED DEATH ADDITIONAL ARTICLES i CERTIFICATE OF FRIEND KILLING OF MADERO AND SUAREZ ;' NOT A PUNISHABLE OFFENSE SAYS REPORT OF COMMITTEEREPORT IS FARCE SAYS MADERO'S FRIENDS Albany. N. y., Sept. 10 James C. ! New York, Sept. lit. Detectives Denver. Colo., Sept. l:i. Deputy La-i LIVE WITHOUT HIM ALTHOUGH SHE!"- commit,," .!.. v ie, said today tlial lie would nouiy me ; United Mine Workers and the south- ! ern Colorado coal operators that they must submit sworn statements of their iiik reasons for rejecting the state's offer CISSEflSlON GAINS of mediation. "The letters sent In by the miners i Ufll ft M CONORA and the companies are not satisfac- j nULU OURUM tory," said Mr. Drake today. "The law : provides that they must furnish sworn VALIDITY OF CHARGES IS SULZER'S DEFENSE! Garrison, Governor Suiter's chief graft jruiiiagiug through the effects of Hans j statements and I shall insist that this ! deaths of the late Francis I. Madero Albany, N. Y., Sept. 111. Governor investigator, who was sent to jail by Schmidt, confessed murderer of Anna ; condition is complied, it tney tall to;amj yiuP ireRlrtKiit .lose Maria Pino Mexico City, Mex., Sept. 19. Th Sulzer's lawyers lost their first fight j the assembly at an early hour (his in the high court of Impeachment to- morning for alleged contempt of that The unveiling ceremonies take place September 25, and the presence of , arguments and bring the senate com' the Spanish minister there will be j mittee to the support of the bill, due to the efforts of Col. D. C. Collier, j should Senator Hitchcock continue president of the San Diego exposition. ,(, opposition to the Immediate cur Colonel Collier is much interested in llcy legislation, his aid would enable Santa Fe and for that reason has tne Republicans to prevent, by a tie made arrangements for the diplomat , votp any affirmative action or re U stop here, although he has been nortjn8r the bill at once to the senate. overwhelmed with invitations to stop off at many other places and has had to decline. The distinguished visitor speaks English perfectly and travels accom panied only by a valet. As soon as a telegram was received from Colonel Collier telling of the proposed visit the 'Chamber of Com merce sent the following message: Col. D. C. Collier, Shoreham Hotel, Washington. The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce will take great pleasure in entertain ing the personal representative of the king of Spain and hereby extends to him a most cordial invitation to pay a visit to Santa Fe, the ancient seat of government of Spain on American so!!. (S!r-nea H. H. 'T)"RMAN, . President CHOP-OB ) f. VAN STONE, Secretary Welcomed by Mayor. On behajf of the city Mayor Celso Lopez sent the following telegram in Spanish to Colonel Collier: Al Senor D. C. Collier, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D. C. De parte de los ciudadans de Santa Fe humildes descendientes del primer Croberno Espanol establecido en esta Villa Real de Santa Fe re de parte del goblerno municipal de la misma, tarn bien descendientes de los nobles Es panoles, asi como tambien los otros ciudanos de Santa Fe no descendien tes de los Espanoles, nos conslderari amos muy honorados con una visita ! del representante especial de su Ex- j celencia el Rey de Espana. Supllcamos a I'd. que en nuestro nombre y por nosotros nos ponga al ias ordenes de Dicho Excelente emba jador y le diga de nuestra parte que nos considerariamos muy honorados con su presencia en esta su casa ye en la ciudad que en un dla fue vire inato espanol ye haclento de dicho goblerno. Public hearings were resumed to day with Andrew ,7. Framme, a bank- day when the four senators challenged by the defense were permitted to re tain their seats. The vote, which was on the question of whether the court should entertain the challenge, was unanimous against rsr.ch procedure. The four senators directly concerned, Frawley, Wagner, RaniBperger and Sanner, did not vote. Immediately following the vote of the court, the reading of long articles of impeachment was begun. Although presiding Judge Cullen had the right to decide the question of qualifications of senators for holding their seats, he did not take advantage of this prerogative. He first expressed his opinion that the objections were i.ot well grounded and then permitted the entire court to vote on the issue. In addressing the court, Judge Cul len Baid that no court had the right to sit in judgment on any one of its mem bers. In this, he said, a court differed greatly from a jury, the qualifications er of Waukesha, Wis., on the stand, of members of which might he deeid- Sanuiel Untermyer, who conducted ed by the courts. body in refusing to answer questions, engaged counsel today to bring action looking to his release. His lawyers will confer tonight and make some move in court tomorrow. Garrison declared in jail today that he would hold every member of the assembly responsible in the courts for his 'illegal incarceration." The as sembly, which adjourned early this morning until noon, had not been call ed to order at 2 o'clock. It seemed al most impossible to secure the neces sary quorum for the passage of the additional articles ' of impeachment agaiiiBt Sulzer and several of the Aumiller. were strengthened todav in! furnish the statements, the penalty their belief that he had planned other ! provided in the statute is a fine of $50 murdciB by finding comnleto sets of to 10u and ninety days m jau. health department blanks necessary to dispose of six bodies, from death certificates to undertakers permits. The labor commissioner said he had not given up hope of averting the threatened strike of coal miners, and Such blanks are issued by the de- that he would continue to woik ioi partment only to physicians in goodl'p tlie BtrlUe actually negmB. standing, whose records have been He declined to reveal what would be rigidly investigated. How Schmidt got j move of t,,e state them was unknown. Will Hear Delegates' Report. Raking over the past of Ernest! Colorado Springs. Colo., Sept. 1 9. Muret, the dentist implicated with The coal miners at the Pikevlew mines Schmidt in counterfeiting operations, immediately norm or i oiorauo epi nigs Suarez, were not brought about by a punishable crime, according to a de cision pronounced by the military court here today. The investigation lasted six months. It was started Vy the military com mandant of the federal district, Imme diately on the conclusion of the ten days battle in the streets of Mexico City last February, which resulted in Provisional President Huerta's com ing into power. The result of the com mandant's inquiry was forwarded to the permanent military tribunal, which Inspector Faurot, head of the detec tive bureau, had this to say: "I have learned that Dr. Muret was in charge of the investigation into the leaders declared that the new articles lifo oC Jonami Hoch tno bieueard of would be pushed to a vote. i Chicago, in 1905. Hoch was arrested Governor Sulzer's personal friend: in that year after, it was charged, he and speciiil graft investigator, James C. Garrison, slept last night in a cell of the Albany court penitentiary. He was remanded to that institution by had killed eighteen of his wives. There was a report that the number of wives would reach fifty." The discovery of the certificates will hold a meeting this evening to I continued the examination of witness- hear the report of the local delegates to the Trinidad convention. The action of the miners In this dis trict relative to a strike will largely depend on the report of the delegates, it is said. According to Hugh Morrison, presi dent of the local union, the miners at es. Among inose caneu uy mc tuui . to give evidence was Major Francisco Cardenas, who commanded the escort which conveyed President Madero and Vice President Pino Suarez from the national palace to the penitentiary. Two subordinate officers of rural guards and a number of residents in the Pujo money trust Investigation, will be heard Monday. Country bank ers also will appear then and it is expected hearings will be closed by Wednesday. LONDON STRIKE IS ; ' AVERTED FOR TIME BEING. London, Sept. 19. A general omni bus strike in London was temporarily avoided today by the action of the board of trade, which invited repre sentatives of the men and employers to attend a conference at the board of trade offices on Monday. The men employed by all the larger companies agreed to remain at work until the result of the conference will be known. WALL STREET. The vote came after a morning of legal argument, between Judges Der rick and Parker, representing the de fense and the prosecution, respectively. Judge Herrick's chief argument, was that, no man might sit both as prose cutor and judge. In reply. Judge Park er said the members of the court were here as representatives of the whole people, that the people established the court of impeachment in the beginning and that none other than the people had a right to remove their representa tives. After the vote Judge Cullen directed Clerk McCabe to rjad the articles of Impeachment. The motion by Senator Poilock of New York that the reading be dispensed with was lost and the clerk began slowly to read the lengthy articles. the sergeant at arms of the state as-! made the police redouble their vigor i sembly for refusing to answer ques-j0f (he search for Helen Green, who Hons put, to him by the speaker fol lowing arrest on a charge of contempt. The charge grewr out of his alleged Pikeview and Papeton. nearby will re-; the vicinity of the jail also were ex- ispond almost unanimously to the walk- iamined. Washington, D. C, Sept. 19. Seno-Perez-Romero, brother-in-law of the the late President Madero and con fidential agent here of the Mexican constitutionalists, characterized the statement several weens ago mat tour apartment at legislators soiu ineir votes on tne reso-t January, where, keeping much to lution impeaching Governor Sulzer. iw1vt, sh(. iive,i lmti,l she. left a Plans by the Sulzer faction today imo,lln aK0 8avinK tlat bU w.,h golng were to obtain a writ of habeas cor-lto Chicago. Detectives found that pus from the supreme court for the re- j Schmidt about the same time rented lease of Garrison. Majority Leader BB apartment nearbv to which he Levy said this morning, that such ac- 80metimes brought a tive-vear-old bov, tion would be Impossible, as the as-wl0( ,p (o(1 the janitrU!4Si ,vas his sembly had "plenary power to punish s011 for contempt." NVw Yorki Sept 19 Detectives The appelate court so held in a simi-1 (1fi,vlng furlher mto tl)e past of Hans lar case several years ago. If the !s.hml(1tj the priest who mut-d.-red An eourts should hold this view, Garrison I na AulniUer sollKht today to fathom might be kept in prison until next Jan-what wa8 , b,8 miml ,.lst Apr when uary, when a nev lh.stolatnre' convenes. i,ie pllotoKra phed the (k,.uh certificates The alleged offense is unbailable of Robert Smith, one of his parishion is said. ,,,. out order. Arranging for Strike. vanished a month ago after writing, J rmidan. 1 010., sept, j:.. Airange Schmidt that she could not live wilh-lmen,s shelter and care for the out him. She rented a room in an (thousands of coal miners who will go m "uv.af nifitii otrout 1011 siriKe in me siiiiuiitii lunnatiu coal fields next Tuesday, are being completed today. Carloads of tents have been unpacked and a force of men are at work putting thein up in readiness for the walkout. The min ers camp will be established on land which has been leased by the United report of the investigating committee as "a farce." "From independent channels and from all evidence that we have gath eied," he said, "we have learned that Major Francisco Cardenas frequently has boasted in many public places that he had killed Madero himself, yet Mine Workers for that purpose. A j hp was lievPr cven taken into custody. The arrest of Garrison came as a i Photographs of this certificate and commissary will be established at each camp. One independent coal company, the New Maitland Coal com pany, operating one mine in Huerfano county signed up with the miners yesterday agreeing to all demands and other smaller companies are. expected to sign up today. Other .ise the sit uation is unchanged. No trouble has been reported. What answer does the resuondent ! ?,lim"x to p,lnsf "pe"f I of blank forms issued by the board of uu,u nut, .. 1 i.u.B .inlu. assembly n an attempt to round ,,,, .,. fr, nternose to the articles of impeach-, ., ... . health weie fou , , I, , . 1 up the seventy-six votes necessary to n.,, n,i ,j , Tinnt fl ed hv the assemb v." queried . The find led the New York, Sept. 19. Traders work ed for a reaction today on the theory j that the buoyancy of the market late yesterday was merely' the result of a rise at the short interest, which had been largely reduced on the recent ad vance. Little was accomplished in lowering prices, except in the case of Union Pacific, which became weak af ter displaying a rising tendency. Speculative interest converged on Reading, whose swings were follow ed elsewhere within a narrower range. Fresh buying orders were uncovered on re-actions of half a point, or so and bidding became more confident as the market began to exhibit a stronger tone. Lehigh, St. Paul, Reading, 'People's Gas. Seaboard preferred, Northern Pacific and Consolidated Gas gave Y que suplimacos a Dios que por su ; demonstrations of strength at inter- gracia la ponga en nuestro media yjvals and the whole list showed a nos permita el honor de estrechar suBtronger tone at noon, mano en amistad y de ponernos a su Advances by the coalers attained servicio usus ordenes. proportions, but the balance of the (Signed) CELSO LOPEZ, Corregidor de la Ciudad de Santa Fe. FACUNDO ORTIZ, Secretario. It will be noticed by Spanish schol ars that the word "Corregidor" smacks of antiquity, the modern word being "Mayor," but in view of the fact that Santa Fe claims to be the oldest city in the United States the title of "cor rector" recalls the days of Spanish glory. In English. The following translation has been made by the Spanish editor of the New Mexican: On behalf of the humble citizens of Santa Fe, descendants of the first Spanish government ' established in the "Villa Real" of Santa Fe and on be half of the municipal government of the same, as well as of descendants of the noble Spaniards and also the other citizens of Santa Fe, not des cendants of the Spaniards, we con sider ourselves honored with the visit of the special representative of His Excellency the King of Spain. We request you that in his name and in our behalf that you put us at the com mand of his excellency, the ambassa dor, and say for our part that we con eider ourselves honored with his pres ence in this his home and in the city that one day was the Spanish viceroy ship and seat of said government and request that with the help of God you will bring him to our midst and allow Saturday, and will be met by a motor ub the honor to be at his services and 'containing officials selected to wel orders. 'come him. A motor trip will be ar- (Signed) CELSO LOPEZ, I ranged for Sunday and also a dinner Mayor of the City of Jat which covers will probably be laid Santa Fe. in sufficient number to meet the gas- FACUNDO ORTIZ, Secretary Itric needs of those selected to enter- I ment filed by the assembly," queried Judge Cullen when Clerk McCabe had finished his reading. Judge Herrick stated that, pursuant to the notice of yesterday that objec tion would be made to the validity of the impeachment, Louis Marshall of the governor's counsel would argue that point. Attorney Marshall, reading from a prepared brief, first asked that the en tire proceedings be dismissed on the ground that "the court is without jur isdiction and the proceedings, are null, void and of no effect." ml in Schmidt's trunk. e police to believe that pass additional articles of impeach-! (h(, prJ?gt wag raakin(t preparations to ment. against Governor Sulzer, dispose of the Aumiller girl or planned The body finally adjourned at 2:3:1 j .,,,. ,,,,.,,,. TnsI)fi(..tnr Faurot. an- o'clock this morning afler an fn-1 noum.eu today that he was looking for passioned plea from Majority Leader 1 another woman , the case. He gave MAYOR GAYNOR'S BODY REACHES BROOKLYN I personally made an investigation arter Senor Madero was killed, visit ing every house for many blocks along the route that the automobile was sun posed to have passed, but I could fli".V nc one who heard any shot fired. All . our evidence shows that both Tresl- dent Madero and Vice-President Suarez were assassinated In the na tional palace before being taken to the penitentiary." Levy for a better attendance when the ; no details of what her connection with ARRIVED AT 4 A. M. TODAY ON THE LUSIATANA FROM ABROAD AND IS TAKEN TO HIS FORMER HOME BY ES CORT OF 100 POLICEMEN assemniy convened ai noon louay. t(R matter mjsht be, The onIy otnpr ; Garrison's arrest was almost as woman wnose name nag tnn8 far been ! great a surprise to many members of LBBOciate,i with Schmidt's is known as I the legislature as it was to him. j Kfilpn Greeni from a iPt((r fmm(1 in Threats were made several weeks ago ! Schmid,'s trunk, in which she said she I to arrest mm nut nothing ever, was ; coull, not ,)vp wlthout !lim. done and he made no attempt to evade neBpte protestations of both New 'York, Sept. 19. The body of service. He has been around Albany ; Sclimidt and Muret, the detectives I William J. Gaynor. mayor of New m, i, ,iia(o,i i ' are convinced mat mey are relatives iui, wnu unu mora, ,,e p.. ileum. proceedings began and a few minutes. d to(, investigated a report from lay today in the privacy of his Brook against the const! utional.ty of the ac- bf.f0,.e h,g dfitcntion IaKt n,K,)t was : As(,haff.,nbnl. Gprmanv. Schmidt's lyn home. In a drizzling rain it was tionortne assemuiy aoop town , the effect that Muret lowered at four o'clock this morning.! Iieiieniucfii ni 1H.1V0 un, int. .... inary session when the subject matter had not been recommended by (he governor. not recom- Then out of curiosity to see what is really Adolf Mueller, the assembly was doing, he strolled j cousin. into the chamber. The doors swung I No Trace of Helen Green, inward easily for him but when he at- fhieniro. Sent. 1 9. Detectives were Diaz Is Huerta's Candidate. Washington, D. C, Sept. 19. News that' General Felix Diaz, nephew of Porfirio Diaz, had been re-called to Mexico to become the candidate of the Huerta faction In the coming pres idential election, aroused much inter est here in official circles. The general feeling was that the return of Diaz meant a compliance with President Wilson's principal de mand, that General Huerta should not be, a candidate. So far as auguring an era of peace, however, the outlook was described as disgusting. While the American government is on record with a promise to extend recognition set up by a legal and free nlnnlin. It ia eatrl ha niatf Innll V Schmidt's! from the high deck of the liner Lusia-, . . f. ..... . . tana, to the citys boat Correction. . . ' , , . ., , , . not hasten to recognize Diaz ir he Through a mist that lay over the u i i , , .r . . . were elected, but would wait in ac- l.arbor the Correction steamed an hour , ... ' . . , ,j coru Willi ui jji ev:uema ui i icamcuk considered the matter. However, Judge Cullen ordered the list did not rise with its eariier enthu siasm. Backwardness of Union Pa cific acted as a drag and there was some hesitation also to the movements of Steel and Amalgamated. The market closed heavy. Weak ness of government bonds was a con tributory cause of the depression. The 2's fell to 9 63-4, and other is sues were quoted a quarter to one-half lower. Pressure against stocks . di minished before the close, but the market showed little recuperative power. Final figures were near ", the lowest. A fresh outbreak of liquidation in 'CK lu,,,c" 12:30 p. m., and from 2 to fi p. m. ing market into a heavy one. All the , . . A a ,lrt , nnvre Rock Island Issues touched their low est level since their weakness be came conspicuous. The common sold at 15 1-8, the preferred 23 and collat eral bonds 52 1-4. Amalgamated cop per and Steel broke 1, and Union Pa cific and Canadian Pacific 2 points. "Governor auizer am ' ' ., , . ,,, iMll n-iniJicu iu u.-j.i luuiiu """"-" unauie yesterday io una any trace oi " """ - . Haves' Administration to determine mend the subject of his mpeach- liocke( by , BPrgeant-at-arms. While the W0Illan known a8 el(!n Green jThere a picked squad of one rX tZ mm ment," said Mr. Marshal . "neither did , Lea(,pr ,jfvy WBg presPntillK , believe police, who had stood all night in Hnn he in any way suggest the considera., resohltion calline fol. tne alTMt of j oonlpBnlou of Hans Schmidt, ! rain, formed its escort to Brooklyn, j nfpn?at"na 'obUgatons tion nf nnv Mi;irfrpH nirninst himself. u..n i j .. : . . .. it r,.n iUn r'nrrUnn guarantee mitniauondi oungauons. ,"-.-.. i - IHJlllKftBirU Biavri tfl. 11111(1. nuiuum t . I ' - I i When Attorney Marshall concluded, Judge Cullen asked if counsel for the I assembly contemplated taking issue cloak room. .i )v Krnest A. Muret, and who isicame to rest in her slip. Kight slx- M'hen called before the speaker, 'reported to have left New York for1 foot pall bearers, four In the uniform r...,i ...i. !, .oi t,a !ri,i.,.. o n, iof the fire department, and four in with any of the facts as distinguish- o angw(ir (ues(ions put toGod Certificates Not Work of Schmidt jtlie uniform of the police, each man ea rrom me points o. mw, i. u, m Mp!ntinie numerous and varying the governor s counsel. i nrertlnHnns were mde ns to what t . 1 n i 1 1 n titrn mtrt judge i-amer an " """ would be done with Garrison utc- recess wnue ne ana ms coueagues Again Levy took the Initiative and The policy of strict neutrality with respect to the exportation of arms and munitions of war from this coun try, however, will be continued until ' ; , . . , .... t Washington, D. C. Sept. 19,-Unlted I with a bit of crape on his sleeve, lifted , n r. States secret service officials reported jthe casket to their shoulders and bore I today to Secretary McAdoo that they were, convinced, aftei investigation. presented a resolution remanding the that the $10 and $) gsld counterfeit it over the gang plank to the hearse. The long vigil of the picked Bquad of gards Diaz as being jointly responsi ble with Huerta for Madera's down- I J...11 14. ! 41 I. I.n nn.ina mounted police, sent at 9 o'clock last !'" ' w "n,:"" ",c v"u " .. . ... .. L.,;r-,... i.:.,u i i,..,i..taH Dv.inle:ht to thp nior. name to nil ena. "m'- n - - - usual noon recess and adjournment PJner to the penitentiary un .. tne , . . They stood at attention, each man a, i tween the warring factions. was taken until 2 P. m. Z ? The vo e i the work of Hans Schmidt,' priest, and ibis horse's head and the casket was Just what course the United States At the opening of the morning ses- i 'urert ' " 8alyn iconfessed murderer and counterfeiter i Placed In the hearse and then mount-. will pursue in scrutinizing the coming Bion, the report of the committee on i " !,,r(iPI. al're8t in Vew Y-ork ir-S thelr horses, led the funeral train j election, has not been definitely tiecio rules was adopted without objection. The rules provide for daily sessions, JQy R(Q ENDS through the deserted streets, i Their route lay through DOCK WORKERS STRIKE AT GALVESTON SETTLED. Galveston, Texas. Sept. 19. An agreement to end the dock workers' strike here, affecting 3,500 men, was reached at a conference of all labor unions involved this afternoon. The agreement will be submitted to the several unions for ratification. IN WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER! MORE CRITICISM OF POLICIES OF NEW HAVEN ROAD '' Broadway and past the city lower hall to eu. The claims or tne Huerta govern ment that while it does not control all the states of the north, it doeB dlrect- : Brooklyn bridge. Over this bridge, !' have jurisdiction over the districts except Saturday, from 10 a. m. to j On ' Monday's the court will convene at 2 j p m. and sit until fi p. m. and on Fri day's the hour of final adjournment ! will ne .i::,u p. m. me nouis may u , . .,,,. w rHB ipu changed from time to time by the i . .,.1 i relation to the road's nronosed $67.-1 they reached the late mayor's home. court. I M; Ka ,.. 4 ' !'., '!. v,i ' .Vii '000.000 bond issue. There the body was taken to a large It conducted under military auspices ; necK eunj tuu,v nu in'iouij "' San FranciHco, Boston, Sept. 19. The New Haven 'which the mayor had so often trod on : containing the great bulk of the Mex- irnilrnnd came in for more criticism his wav to and from his home, tha ican population, nas namperea jvmeri- Pnlif Sent 19 As iHt a hearing before the Massachusetts j funeral party went with measured ; can officials in predicting what their n ,Ci,t w 'rirtB ipublic service commission today, in tread. It was after S o'clock when ; attitude might be. Certain it is, how ever, officials say, that if the election The conduct of the trial is to be j governed by the rules prevaillng.tn the j supreme court of the stat.e. Rule VI j reads: Counsel for the road said that the room. The committee appointed by ! and with large garrisons at the polls. i the American government is not like- -..J rnii. iew 1-iaveil llUU COHlUlieU Willi uie UI- Hie itii.v hi ir:i:t-ivtT ii nnuuir., v.,,. aim uiraiu . . . I. . .... . . j i i. ! i.. . . . v.nn ders of the courts, and sold us trolley nunaren policemen ciamoreu ura i. n uur iraun no uTmS die; while George watchman in a garage 4 , .1 4Vn... n ,...t. chnf I l,Kfl, ciiauurui vi i nc tii . n c o...,, - 4 ... 4- 41...!. ..!. !., i, .llt.n4 v., . u dead The notice are scouring the cltv holdings to tne .ew England invest- iiimmgn tne sneem to mm- m..".,..,,! a.;iUPuii, UJ i,w. v, "The final decision of the court on ! for K R Coniaon husband of the1 ment and Securities company, which house, and tne body was leu wim omj election, the articles preferred shall be taken iwounned woman ' transferred them to the New Kngland the family around It. . The attitude of the United States bv- the nresident of the court, who un-1 vt,i m i,nrtlnD' ! Navigation company. The latter com-1 . for the next few weeks is likely to b on each of the articles as it shall be separately read by the clerk, shall, with its number, propose to each member of the conrt, in alphabetical order, the question: 'Senator, (or Jadge) how say you, is the respondent About four o'clock this morning Jack Ricks, night watchman in a neighbor ing garage heard uncertain noises out side his office window and found Mrs. Coulson barely conscious. She told her name, muttered that she knew pany subsequently turned them over to the Billard company, which owned by the New Haven road. Well, then," said Commissioner CONFEREES GETTING TO GETHER ON TARIFF BILL. that of an Interested spectator, wlt'i John Llnd being retained at Vera Cruz, however, to show the world gen erally that the United States stands Washlneton. D. C. Sept. 19 Two Anderson, "if we authorize this bond j important steps toward completing the j ready to assist in the situation by issue to cover floating indebtedness i tariff bill were made today when the pacific means if its friendly offices are which would include the New Haven s Democratic conferees dpcided to re-: desired Travels on Limited. According to advices received here, the Spanish minister will reach Lamy on the Limited shortly after 8 p. p. tain the diplomat. The minister will again take the Limited Sundav night at Lamy, re turning to Washington. guilty or not guilty, as charged in the i who Rhot her. and lansed into uncon article of imneachment.' Kach mem- ! .rlmKnesK ' (holdings in the Billard company . tsiin a moderate duty on angora goat : ber of the court when so questioned,! Ricks followed the trail of blood tc (would not our act be a defiance of thehair and mohair and to free list ferro shall rise in his place and answer the Atlas garage, a block and a hall 'Guilty' or 'Not Guilty' and the presi dent of the court shall also give his vote on each article, either 'Guilty' or 'Not Guilty' and when the roll call shall be completed on each charge, the (Continued on page eight). away and found the bodies of the two men. Bottles of beer, some of them opened, and partly empty, showed how the party had been engaged when in terrupted. Coulson was estranged from his wife. Dissension In Sonora. Mexico City. Sept. 19. Dissension courts? i manganese ore. Counsel '(for the railroad argued The senate gave way today in its de-! among the leaders of the rebels In the that under the laws of Connecticut the ! mand for snecific rates in the silk state of Sonora is crowing. All are Ipn.il moo norn.itioH t tt-n ntnrk nf , or.li 444I ttUi lowinc n ilpfinito. itiltv nn spPl.-inp- tn nhtfiin RnlP mmmnnfi of the. other corporations and, therefore, he Pach pound of imported silk products. rebel forces, according to a report said, "the commission might assume j The ad valorem plan proposed by the sent here today by Adolfo Olivares. that the railroad company had carried j house was adopted with slight reduc- j 1 out the mandate of the court." i'tions on certain articles. (Continued on page five).