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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, VOL, FULL IS FURIOUS III FAILURE TO ACT New Mexico Senator Tells Dreadful Story of Inattention to American Interests by the State Department. SLAIN CITIZENS ARE UNAVENGED Three Rivers Statesman Criti cises Refusal to Permit Ship ments of War Supplies to Orozco, lly Mornlns tb.nri.iel Rnrrliil T.cNiMd Wire.) Washington, July 22. In a strong arraignment of tin- Pnitod States government for its failure to secure redress for injuries to American citizens and property resulting from the Mexican insurrections and revo lution, Senator Full, of New -Mexico, declared in the senate today that tins country weuld not regain its prestige in Mexico in fifty years. lie .said that China, (iermnny and other countries ha, I forced Mexico to make restitution for the damages inflicted on their citizens. Thus far, he said, the I'lilted States had (lone nothing. He added that because (d the course of the stale department, vthe people of Mexico believe this country is behind the Madero gov ernment and that it was responsible for the overthrow of President Diaz in lite Interest of Madero. 'If the poopl of the Initial States km ull the facts," declared II the soldiers in able to prevent. bolder. And n done to relieve til;- the the yet the senator, "not a country would crossing of tin nothing has bei most llttolel'a hie c ban citizens wert condition that Anicr- cer com pelted to undergo." Senator Fall urged the adoption of the resolution instructing the war depirtmcnt to a'-, i lain thu extetil of thi' damage caused by Mexican Ind icts filed across the American line during tile engagements last year at Douglas, Ariz., and F.l I'aso, Texas. He declared the resolution did not "go lar enough." He said there l.ad been no word of protest from the American government, although its eiliens had been killed, women out raged, and over jr,. nun. mil) worth of property destroyed by Mexicans The New Mexican senator said In tervention on the part of the 1'iiH.d States was not needed and that this country could conlrol the situation by a "firm stand." .He admitted In had net taken the matter up with the state department, I. ul asserted that both the president and secre tary of state had been informed of conditions by others. The senator gave many instance of the injuries and loss inflicted on American citizens. Senator Swanson. of Virginia, de clared (he state department should bo urged lo act. "If the story is true," h should hang our heads in said, "we shame and disgrace." Senator Fall said that the t'nited Slates state depart nt had refused consistently to make representation regarding the injuries inflicted, but had referred all claims to the Mexi can authorities themselves "To the n who inl lictcd tin1 injuries." This course he contrasted w ith the course of China and (iermnny. tier- many. he said, had c 'cte.t n.i,- (.(in on account of the murder o f. ur Herman citizens in Mexico, whil China had compelled the payment o c:.neuiiiuu noses on account d tlu killing of Chinese. Attributing Madero's success to aid of (liberal orozco. who now poses him, Senator Full said that followers did not understand the the i ha nged ( onilit ions. "They could get American arms to drive out President Ida., who did protect Americans," lie said, when they sought to procure for use against the man win irave.l them, they found the "but them closed and they wire refused." VIRGINIA THIRD PARTY MEN SPLIT Richmond. Vn.. .July '.!- A con test in Virginia's delegation to the Roosevelt ooncniion is indicated. Two conventions are forming. State Chairman Moore, of the "Lily While" faction, has called one in Roanoke on July The negro memhers say they were ignored. J V. Newonmb, of Petersburg, their state chairman, today called a con vention in Richmond. July "n- School Teacher 1 ! Aticd " Jacksonville. III., July 22. Rev. C". 5. Snow , the oldest siho.d leather in Illinois, died here today aged H" For nearly seventy years he taught continuously. He was ordained a preacher in 1 s 4 3 in the Methodist church. He was a persona, friend of war t lovernor ltiihard Vate. Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. II AFFAIRS OF MEXICO CXXXV, No, 23, THE DAY IN CONGRESS. SKNATK. Convened at 11 a. in. liesuined consideration of the sun dry civil appropriation hill. Former Senator Scott, before cam paign funds investigating committee, testified Mint no contributions from corporations were made to Roosevelt fund in 1110 4. Senate and house conferees on the naval appropriation bill failed to reach an agreement on the battle ship program, though the senate yielded to the house and dropped the appropriation for the navy yards. The judiciary committee ordered a favorable report on a bill to pre vent shipment of liquor from "wet" into "dry" states. Passage of excise tax bill Friday was predicted after canvass by tile senate leaders. Senator Fall, of New Mexico, ar raigned the government for failure to secure redress for Injuries to American citizens resulting from Mexican insurrection and revolution. Adjourned at II ; 1 11 p. in. until H 111. tomorrow. not si:. Convened at noon. liesuined consideration of the sea tiions' efficiency bill. The Stanley steel committee dis cussed and divided the report of the investigation. Representative Little ton is to have a report supplemental to that of his democratic colleagues. Adjourned at 4.13 until noon to day. New Jersey Governor Goes Into Seclusion While He Prepares Keynote for Presidential Campaign Opening, Iv Morning JnurnHl f..iil I,(wl(l Wlro.) Seagrit, . ,1.. July ----- C,o ernor Wilson discarded bis old grey working coat today for a natty one of serge, drew the shutters of his oTflee, pull ed down the shades, locked till door and walked leisurely down the steps of the "little white house" porch with a bundle of paper,-, ui clef his arm. A moment later he entered a waiting automobile and was off for neelu.sion and Die writing of his speech of ac ceptance of the democ ratic presiden tial nomination. There are perhaps a score of per sons who knc!w where he went, but bow long he- will be away is a prob lem as yet unsolved by the gov -ernor. The speech of acceptance is to reflect his attitude on the leading" iiiestions of the. hour and on the I'.altimore platform. Seagirt will not see him again until his ncceplanee address is finished. Ilefote he left the governor 'con ferred with Senators lieed and Stone, of Missouri, and Representative Henry, of Texas. "of course Champ Clark will take the stump for Wilson," Se nator Hoed said afterward. "A Missouri democrat is one of those fellows who takes off his coat ami starts to work for the ticket as soon as the convention P over." lieprcsentnlivc Henry talked Willi the governor, ho said, ahoiil legisla tion pending in congress. lie said Texas would give Wilson "dO.mimi ma jority. vax nisi: ii 1 ai:ix in: IS A TKI -T SPECIALIST. New- York, July 1!-. Charles U. Van lll.se. president of the I'nivefKily of Wisconsin, gaye out the following statement today: "Since my visit to (lovernor Wilson and to Colom-I Roosevelt has bee n given a political interpretation h.v some neuspapots. I furnish I he facts. For a long time 1 have 1 n a stu dent of the trust problem as a scien tific one. It was this problem that 1 discussed with (lovernor Wilson and Colonel Roosevelt. I gave to them the best statements of the trust situation in tills country that I was aide- to fur nish. I am cciually ready to perforin a like function for President Taft or any man in public life who may de sire me to do so. regardless of petty. My interest in the problem of Hie trusts is purelj that or public- good. With neither (lovernor Wilson tior Colonel Roosevelt did I discuss Wis consin politics." PRESIDENT PREPARING SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE Washington, July I!:!.- Pro Taft today In gall preparation speech accepting the nominati" president. Shift up in his sludv While House With all engage eancelleel, he president SII'To himself with da'a whic h will be in what the leaders exp-et "111 most Important contribution t i n mpa ign. elit his for tin ols led se, his Hie LABOR AND MINE OPERATORS AT OUTS Cheyenne, Wyo., Julv A joint conference was held here today be tween the coal operators of southern Wyoming and representatives of the l nite.1 Mine Workers of America. The miners presented a new two year contract, cnllin.: for a '. to II per l ent iiiei.-.,s.- in pay. !t "'iM ,"' Several llavs before the op tap is re ply to the contract demand. WILSON STARTS HIS WORK ON SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE FIVE MEN HELD IN ROSENTHAL CASE E Rose, Who is Said to Have Hired "Minder Car," is Not Allowed Bail and Must Ap pear at Inquest . MAYOR GAYNOR TAKES HAND IN INQUIRY lAII Independent Investigation is Concentrated in Hands of Assistant District Attorney Whitman. (By Morning .loarnnt ftporlitl fned Wlr.) .New York, July 22. "Hald Jack" Rose, Sam Paul, "Hrldgie" Webber. William Shapiro and Louis Llbby, all held by the police for complicity in the murder of Herman Rosenthal, the ft' ui bier, were arraigned before Coro ner Feinberg today. The results of the hearing, ill which the district at torney won the first scrimmage with tile attorneys for the accused, are briefly as follows: Rose, gambler and friend of Lieu tenant liecker. whom Rosenthal (barged with being his partner, was held without bail for the coroner's Inquest Thursday. Rose is said to have hired the "murder car" in which the gun men later went to assassinate Rosenthal. Louis Libby, part owner of the au tomobile, was held for the presenta tion of further evidence Thursday, and the case of William Shapiro, chauffeur of the car, was likewise, put over to that day. "Hrldgie" Webber, the gambler ill whose place in Forty-second street, the gun gang Is said to have congre gated, and Sam Paul, were held with out bail until Wednesday. Jack Sullivan, alleged go-between for Rose and Lieutenant Pecker, was held as a material witness. An important development of the day was the entrance of Mayor f.ay nor irto the case. My order of the mayor the Independent investigations which .have been conducted by the police and the 'district attorney's of fice, have bel li concentrated under Assistant Histrict Attorney Whitman. IS , HE Flinn and "Strenuous One" Talk Over Situation in Key stone State Without Settling Tangle, (liy Mnrntnr .tniirnxl iw1nl Tnl W'lr.) (i.vster Pay, N. V.. July 22. For four hours today Colonel Roosevel . and William Flinn, of Pittsburgh, talked over the Pennsylvania tangle In the formation of the new party. When it was over it was apparently Just as much a tangle as ever. It was Announced that the itiestlons in volved have been left open until after the Chicago convention. Mr. Flinn pronounced It the most complicated situation he ever had anything to do with. Colonel Roose velt lei it go with the statement that he did not want to be dictator. The impression gat In red from tin utterances of the ex-pr:-silent and his Pittsburgh leader was that Col onel Roosevelt was more tia lined to look at things from his poire' of view. There was nothing to : inw that Mr. Flinn definitely had carried his point, but it is believed he suc ceeded in convincing the colonel that his arguments were well grounded. Mr. Flinn said that whatever was decided there would be no breach in the ranks. WINGFIELD TO BECOME PRESIDENT OF BANKS San Francisco, July 2. It was reported hero tmiav that fleorge Wingfield, the Nevada mining man. who recently was offend and who refused a Fnlted states senatorship, to succeed the late Senator Nixon, would accept the presidency of the four banks of which Senator Nixon was the chief executive. The banks are in Winnemucea. Carson. Reno and Tonopah. Telephone Rati"- I ndei- l ire. Henver, July 22.- Instrlc t Judg" James H. Teller today overruled the Mountain States Telephone and Tele graph (ompanv's motion for a dis missal of the suit recently Instituted against it by various Ixnver firm" and indivbliia Is w ho seek to prevent the companv's contemplated raise in rates for telephone sor l e. AS PARTNERS RIM ROOSEVELT DICTATOR DECLARES ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, REASSURING NEWS1BUSCADES MAY FROM BEDSIDE OF STRICKEN RULER UF JAPAN Improvement Noted Sunday is Being Maintained by Dis tinguished Patient and Bulle tins Are More Hopeful, MALADIES APPEAR TO BE TEMPORARILY CHECKED Delirium Disappears and Em peror's Mind is Now Com paratively Clear; Recognizes Those in Sick Chamber, IDr Morning Joornsi rln-lnl lw Wltrs.1 Toklo, July IM. The oxtiemo ten sion caused by the Illness of Mutsu hlto, emperor of Japan, has greatly relaxed, but the attend, ng physicians say that while there is reason to lie encouraged, the public must wait a week before, assurances can he given respecting the outcome. The improvement noted Sunday was maintained yesterday and the bulle tins issued by the court physicians, which are posted throughout the em pire, indicated that the maladies from which the emperor is suffering, are under control, at least temporarily. The latest bulletin nt 5 o'clock this morning, gave briefly the result of the examination at 3:30 a. in. It stated that the improved conditions were generally sustained, but that his maj esty had been unable to sleep. The temperature of the patient at that hour was 102.4. At r,:30 a. in., a minister of the Im perial household, gave out the Infor mation that the emperor was sleep ing soundly and that his appetite had im proved. The emperor yesterday was able to .speak to his three grandsons, who had been summoned from the sum mer residence, and also to the crown princess, to whom he entrusted a mes sage to tho crown prince. Delirium was one of the symptoms that caused grave concern lo the phy sicians, but the del'rli.'i, lias disap Poured and the emperor's mind Is comparatively clear. KxprcsBioiis of concern, com lied in unusually sympathetic terms, are be ing received from every (,uarter of the world, from rulers and Individuals Thousands of pilgrims daily are visit ing the Imperial shrine of Ise to pray for the recovery of the emperor. It is innounced that Prince Kaisure will cut short his visit to Russia, leaving St. Petersburg on July 1!7 for Toklo. CLEMENT KILLED Mystery Connected with Assas sination of William C, Landis Cleared Up by Confession of Son Who Fired Fatal Shot. lly Morning .Imirniil Nc,'li.l l.eimeil Wlr. Redding, Cal., July 22. William (1. Clement confessed today to hav ing killed William C. Landis, near Buckeye, last Thursday. "I did the job," be told Sheriff Monlgomcrj. "and I am not sorry. Vim may do what you please with me. Landis killed the best friend I had on earth, my mother." Clements' mother, .Mrs. W. C. prad ford, was slml by Landis May ,11 st. He said she had threatened him with a revolver. He was at liberty on bond when he was shot from ambush and I killed, a week ngci. "The night of Landis' release, said Clement to the police today, "ho sat on the porch of Ids house and played on his gullar. The lune brought back the memory of my mother and It was then I determined to kill him." Clement told the officers ho hid eased his mind and that he would sleep soundly, lie fell Into deep slum ber an Instant after they left. ACCUSED WOMAN CREATES SCENE IN COURTROOM San Franc isco. July 22. - When Mrs trace do Loves Wright, charged by her husband, a Tuscarora. Nevada, minima man. with having fled with $2.nn of bis life earnings, was arraigned in police court here today. she precipitated a scene so violent that the court found It necessary to postpone the henrimr until tomorrow. Mrs. Wright attempted last night to dash lur brains out against the wall of her prison cell. Wright said he had married the woman through a Denver matrimon ial auciicv and that after he had spent a I. cue portion of his fortune she seemed the remainder on the pretense of opening a lodging house, eluibil her husband, and escaped to ' the Pacific coast. He traced her to I -k l.c ml. lo- said, find caused her ar . ret. IN WHO SLEW HIS MOTHER JULY 23, 1912. GREET ADVANCE Forces Under Command of General Campos and Colonel Castaneda Are United in Mountain Passes, OFFICERS ORDERED TO HARASS ENEMY Care is to. be Taken to Avoid Engagements Where Federal Artillery Can be Brought Into Action, Br Mftrnlng Journal RDerlnl 1aftM1 Wlro.) J in re-., Mexico, juiy n.- -.mnus- eades In the broken country just south of Matachlc, forty-two tulles' south of Madera, may be expected by C.eneral Huerta when he moves his force north from La Junta, thirty-1 five miles further south. C,eneral Ccehe Campos' force has been unit ed with that of Colonel Castaneda and the entire column will bo sta- tlnned at utrHtetrie. points In the numerous canyons that parallel the railroad. Colonel t.'asteneda, who will be In command, will leuve here in the morning for Matuchic with In structions to remain until the feder als appear and to harass them In every possible manner, but not to offer resistance long enough to Rive the enemy the opportunity lo utilize their artillery. The railroad between Madera and Matachlc will be cut to delay the federal advance. Reports from Madera indicate that order has been restored and little fear of 11 repetition of the looting of Saturday night was felt. i:scapi:i 1 ittiM ii:.m Jill IHtAWS lAiU HOW Trinidad, Colo., July 22. With a thrilling story of 11 Journey of 650 uilles, without money in Mexico, and details of the recent defeat of Orozco at Hachlmha Putts, Hasll D. Wood ur rived in Trinidad today from F.1 Paso. Wood started from Putos, on Hi.. Teoieohvanes branch out of Imrango city, on the first of April and arrived in HI I'ns 1 the fifth of July. "Orozco Is all In," lie said, "chief ly la-cause he Is deserted by his chiefs, but partly because Instead of putting the profits of his looting Inti ammunition and lood for his army to. has olaceil It 111 l.'iiited States banks in F.l Paso under his wife's name. II is for this action that A:t tonio Ro.ias, Fmillo Canipa and Inez Sala.ar, the three , hicf generals un der orozco. have told the rebel chief that they are through with him and will never again light under ht or ders in battle." Wood knows orozco personally, lie was Jailed 111 Chihuahua city and only got out on Insisting on Seeing the red Hag commander himself and being thus able to convince him that he was not u "spy." "(Mozeo is Ignorant, hardly bel ter than a savage." he stated. "He cannot lead except with great labor and does not know how to write ex cept to sign his own name. The stories that have been sent out about l-.lm Ijelnj: aide to opeiale a typewrit er are all without foundation. He has little notion of real warfare, his methods being Iho (-rudeness of the Viii ul Indians. The lives of half a dozen women and children, more or less, are nothing to him, and 1 have heard of him hut lilng at the stake four soldiers who deserted his army lifter it defeat." Rl III I. Ill I'll 'Kit IS KINO TO AMi-:itir.s Madera. Mexico, July 22. --In contrast lo the nervous conditions of tlie last three days, Madera todav was again normal. Willi the women ami children alien', the Americans i.-lt here breathed easier. Colonel Miguel c.amboa, deploring Ihe indignities by Irresponsible rebels, placed a guard in the American (iiar l. r I'-red ordered all saloons closed. He says raiders will be summarily deal: .villi. lie appears to have the situa ti.ui well iii hand. Although the fed erals are not yet near enough to Ih'eateo Madera, the last of the ilisili -!( tos probably will leave here w lib it, forty-eight bouts for Sonoia. mvii 1 I. in 111: is M 1t.11 IT i:i To nt l H .i: Kl Paso, Tex , Julv 22. Samuel Miller, an American farmer at Casas .it ancles. Mexico, reached here todei.v v lib a Morv of bold abuse by the reb els. Approai bed by Major Mebpied. . Alvarez, who brandished a six shooter 111 his face. Miller was foiled to give ui b.s horses and possessions, to the .101. Mint or JTU'i. He refused al first, but Alvarez poked his pistol Into Mil- ie, s ni.s .-.,.!..: time?. .hr..t,.,,i to shoot. Milbr Informed American Consul Kd wards, of Juarez, today, that, although the Incident look pla. a week ago. he Was prevented f,,r several days by the rebels from le . v -net Casas C.ralliies. "I'll lake oll out sod shoot o,l if von ib iv make a report about this." v.b t Mill, r declares O. n. ral Sala- OF HUERTA ON JUAREZ tly Mali, M UnU znr told hi ui when he appealed for protection. Miller adds thai (ietieral Sa I a 7.1 r thr, atetied lo whip him with 11 sword If he look the Mexican Northwestern Hani from Casas lirandes. In despair. Miller made his way by a circuitous route to the American border at Columbus, N. M.. on horseback. Many ollur Ameri cans, ae'eordlng to Miller, have been robbed In the Casas lirandes region. UNIDENTIFIED MAN KILLED BY TRAIN Trinidad. ( 'olo., ,1 ulv Tlu gleel hod.v of an uuub nife cl about 2fi veals old. 1U11 found a few feet ol the 1 '(dorado S. tracks near Cbllill .-berth b. o'clock this morning Kv Ueorgi. ory. a ditch rider. The man ha struck, It Is thought, lv a pa train lasl night. Nothing was on the dead man bill the stubs theater tic kets. Although el giea ma n. within nt bel li lore f (iteg- ,1 I n -SeUglT found cd" I w 1 t niaa people have visited the morgue day, the liletitil n alien of the man has not been establish, d. to dead HE WILL VOTE FOR TAFT Illinois Governor Refuses to Join Third Party Movement and States Reasons for Not Going with Roosevelt, Br Morning Journxl npoclal 1m4 Wlra l Springfield, III., July 22.--The committee of five progressive repub licans who were appointed by MedlU Mcl'orinlok to wail on (lovei tior I e neen and ascertain whether ho would uupport Taft or Roosevelt for presi dent, were Informed by the governor today that he considered Tall, the fibular nominee of the republican party for president and as Mich he felt obligated to support bin candi dacy. Secretary of Stat,; liojle, Auditor of Public. Accounts McColloiigh una Attorney (Ietieral Stead were walled on by the committee 11 lid gave Hie samu answer as did (lovernoi- 1 it. neon. Andrew Russell, candidate lor state treasurer ninths no reply, but told Chairman Met'ormh k T. . im'cl send him an answer by mall. Lieutenant (.lovernor oglesby, win is at Flkhart. was asked by letter by Chairman MeOrmle-k and lias mad no answer as yet. (lovernor Dcnecii in his reply to the progressive parly committee, said In part: "It is plain to me that there is but olio course I can pursue in tills sit nation. Having sought the support of republicans and having been chos en as their candidate for governor of this slide, 1 here Is no opportunity al forded the republicans voters to ( hange their minds in reference to my noininallon as governor and to nominate another in my stead, and I have no moral right to change my status us their trustee or in any way to alter the terms of the position I bold in trust as their representative. "The noininallon of state ceineli iilales has nothing whatever to do will, national affairs. The utmost that could be hoped to he achieved by such a course would be the de feat of the republican nominees for slate offices and the electing of their democratic opponents and the elec tion, under the cumulative system of veiling, of a sufficient number of members of the bouse of representa tives lepiesenliiig vour Iriends to prevent any parly from organizing a maloiity and assuming Hie responsi bility I'd' legislation." LEAGUE MEETS One Special Tiain Ai lives and Drinks 100 and Another Has 125 Delegates to Iho Annul Session. l)r Morning- Jeinrnnl D-c?il ! tf1 Wrm Ced.ua'lo Springs, ( olo., Julv 2 2. -Two special trains, one bringing I numbers from Chicago and Hie eist. and Die other c. Hiving I.'.". deb-gab: from Texas and tin- southwest, ar rived h.-re today for tl igbl.enili annual oiiv. nl Ion of the '..miner. -ial I.iw League of America, which opens lore tomorrow for a four davV ses sion. Pi actio:, liy cverv part of ihe I'nited Slates and some parts of Canada are represented the league' membership of CT'ta. This 11 in.- en. 1 im. 1:.. . :::'. n""ic has be, 11 held west of iiinah i. A city in II111 central west was scl. e led this y.-ar because of the rapidly in. leas ing membership in this region. The principal speakers of the con vention will be (iovcrnoi- Shafroth ami Judge )!. 11. I.indsev. of P. liver. DENEEN DECLARES COMMERCIAL II COLORADO Month; Single loples, & Oenta, liy Carrier, IK) (Vols a Month. HANFDRD CASE Federal Judge Under Charges of Misconduct Telegraphs to President Taft he Wants to be Relieved, ILL HEALTH IS REASON ASSIGNED Chairman Clayton Says House Has Power .f No Inclination to Push 1 'oachmcnt Fuither. Morning Jmiri. " Seattle, July ' liistri.t Judge Coinelie. 1 pti ft - - Mrtr.. SI lies II, , dor I, ppolntr.t 1 1 tho first federal Judge when Washington vveis statehood, t wenty-l hrcc ailnibieel to years uK1), sent his resignation today to Prcsl- dent Taft while the lasl witnesses re wetitmg in testify before tho bouse Juillelarv committee, which ha" been hearing evidence relative to charges ,,f misconduct Hied against Judge llanl'ord. The proposal that the Judge resign ml tlie hearing be discontinued was submitted by Judge Hanford's attor neys and accepted by Ihe commit tee. Judge llanforil sent his resignation bv Iclegruph lo President Taft at Ki::io o'clock, going in person to the telegraph office with Ihe message. The eoinmilloe will leave tomorrow fc r Washington, taking a voluminous record of twenty days' testimony and. also the records of the lawsuits upon which most of the charges against Judge llanforil arc based. It Is Ihe general understanding that no further action will bo taken by the house. That the judge wiih anxious to re sign was kept a s. 1 ret from all pur sons In Washington and from every body in Seattle except bis counsel. Judge Ilanford has been m'le h Ll the public eye slnco August J5, 1911, when, alter he had Issued an Injunc tion hostile to the position of Seattle citizens 111 a five-cent fare fight against a street car company, ho was denounced ut a great mass meeting and resolutions demanding bis lm peachmeiii were adopted. Congressman Victor Merger intro duced impeachment charges on Juno (!, licensing I la iirord of rendering cor rupt decisions and of being a habit ual drunkard. Klght supplemental charges against. ,Haliford were filed directly with the judiciary commllteo of the house by 11 Seattle attorney. The bouse unanimously referred Mer ger's charges to tho house judieiifcry coiuinlllce, and that body appointed a sub-commlltee to take evidence In Seattle. Judge llanl'ord has lived on Pllgct Sound lilt', til tic years and Is till years old. The report from Washington that Representative W. K. Humphrey Is a candidate for the vucant Judgeship Is said by Seattle attorneys to be an error. Last January when President Taft was considering the appoint ment of Representative. Humphrey I,, succ cl Pulled Slates District Judge (leorge Jionworth, a mass meeting of protest against tho pro posed noininallon was held In Seattle. Judge, llanl'ord gives ill health as Ihe reason for bis resignation. The members of the house ri.ni mitlee assembled at an unusually early hour, prepared to continue the bearing, but the committee was not called lo order. In a short time the committee and Judge Hanford's counsel adjourned lo nn ante, room and men the nervous air about the six and the alternate departure, and return of the atlorneys gave 11 hint lo ib.. j pie In the- court room that important conferences were in prog ress. Meanwhile Judge llatiford was s.ated on the betich In an adjoining r 11, listening to a motion calendar. II,. s.emccl to be under no greater strain than for weeks. About (i: I.", a. in., Chairman Hr.'i- haili, of the eoininiltee, left the build ing and Hm-ii l-dd the reporters that w Inn the oeonllllltce reassembled If wi.nl, 1 immediate ly take a recess. P.v 1I11-1 1 1 1 1 1 - a rumor bad gone Into cir- e-ul etl.eli, caused by o V O r I ICll I' I II g tllO uord "1 . sin i I Ion" spoken In the ante room that Judge llatiford had I e -Iglle ei. At .hole,. 1 1,, nr.. ril's chambers tho iiaUc '-i son. Ned. told nevv-pap.r men that Ins father had resinned and was prop .tliii- a statement of bis reasons. The , 1 3 . sal calmlv at his desk writing in his painstaking long hand an explain had imp, II At l":l'l 1,01 of the motives I his action. Chairman Orabain that re tha h.iva turned I the building, called lo old. r and said: (oninnlti-e 1 '" I. niloiii -t.-me condition arisen which nick.. It necessary to btk.- ., : iter! r ua The committee will b,. In recess until 2 p. m. Wit nesses who have been subpoenaed w ill be here nt that time." Chairman Crahani said to news paper ni.-n: "The ...miniitee has not a word to say. It bis no oificial Information ft RESIGNATION ENDS DC