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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL CXXXVII, No. 50. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1913, II) Mull. SO (Villi n Month; Mucin Cupl, 5 Ornt lljf furrier, 80 t cm a Mnnlli. D :3 aElsifflBi'fillKSlEil ft 15 iifinr cam iMiii UIIULL Unill VV ILL End of Turbulent Regime in Mexico Comes Unexpectedly I CHIEF EXECUTIVE AND HIS CABINET ARE PRISONERS IN NATION EIGUTIIJG CEASES w In ii Si nor il, mil lh.' in. liilm m.-d if AL PALACE Things Happened in Rapid Succession, Following Conference Between Felix Diaz and Representatives of General in Com mand of Army; Gustavo Malero, Brother of President, Also Takcn-!nto Custody; Censorship on News is Removed m mediately Following Overthrow of Government; Persons Caught Looting Are Summarily Executed. KTHI U I iil'islo. Kl in is oi-iMisi n To hi i;i:t s i'i;iiMi) i. iMti i ii:t or mi.xho. Tex., I li. 111. lu ll Inlormed l.y h r prcscinauv e m win ssoi int. ,1 press thai lilt- Miid.-ro cn .rnin. lit nail ll nv ci i tu own mil li.-iii-ral llnerta named prov I sional iri-si.li nt. Colonel Fascitul iiiiiZ'-m, Sr., iiihI Colonel Andres (lura tinllim. revolutionary lead er ill ill., north iif Mexico, declared lh' rev oliitionlKts III that hit tinn x .twill nut approve Hie selection of llnerta tiiiil would continue tin- rebellion unless iini'th.-r Ik In wn to muiiaue the affairs .f Mexico, preferably M nor de la liana or lieneral Urronlmo Tre- Inn, Mexico City: 'Vb. Ill.Joso I'in n Suiin z. tlif v lei- president ,.iu.. t-r.,ui...i' tst nu.v.i uml hi'lil prisoner In another part of iii.l: from hut where Madoro was coiilinod. Knell man was mi iler L'liitnl of two soldiers. The ministers of Mailer Kiven iarn!e until o'clock Weiln csda y inorniiiK- hex Azrotia, private him retary lo Mtulcm, has It llll ll lltiillllll.lle. w HH the ruhlliet weir Sonor Juan Snn d the country in ! I By Miiruinf .l.iiirnul Sictal hurt Mirl Mi xan lily, I-en, is. pranctscn i. Mailero, arrested In the national pal nee this afternoon hy Central lllan il.t, one of hi own commanders, a furred to sii;n his re slinuitloti from the presidency. lieneral Vlrtorla lltieliu, oonimand- r "f Ihe federal (mops which hale hen fiiHititiK I lias;, lias i n pro. claimed provisional president. liusiuio .Madi-ro, and all the eabl l'"t ministers, with the exception of Krne-tn Mailero, lire under arrest. The vice president of the r. public, .lose Pun, Snarcr., still Is at llherty, Ian in hidilik. Tile American ambassador and the other foreign diplomats held a cott-f.-feiiee al Ihe Aiiu-riran embassy to-I'i-Jtt to discuss the re-establishment nl order and the further protection of f'i.'ii!n resident". The Zocalo, the ureal plaza In front i'f Ihe palace, was jammed toltlKht Willi a delirious crowd, with hauliers Inscribed, "Peace and Llherty," shoitt ln' lor liiaz, llnerta, i:iaiiiict and .Mi I'dlHi;. I'. The women no -tubers of the Madera family, vv ho w ere in ( ha ullrpcr eas ll. were whisked away in an initnnin hile hy pi. mils who had learned nf the i-,nii ;ii the national palace. Tele Mi. hum have I, ecu sent to the eaivernors of the' stales notifying tlicin of Ihe l'roclanialiun of llnerta as provislon lil H cshh nt. and also to Ihe military "'inula ndei s, assnriiiK them that a scllolai election will l-e held lor the "election of a president. '.. neial llu 'Ha made a speech from the balcony "f the palace to tile assembled crowd;', lie declared that'll'' had no personal imibilion and a nnomicei! himself as military novenior ami lieneral I'.lan 'Uicl a military conimander of the federal district.' It( is fully believed lli.it a definite agreement will he l'-ai-lied between 'he rebel forces and General llucrla. Tile n.-mit iations will l' conducted Ihrouuli the A iiit-rictm , embassy. , lieneral llnerta receiveil a cominis "inn from tin' diplomatic corps, lie 'lid he hud assumed the provisional Presidency and would delivec it to wlin ever' roiiarcss designated.. Ueneral Kcllpe AliKcles, who refus ed to support the new novernment, a placed tinder airesi. Nolw itbstandinu the fart that some iletitiite action was expected today, the coup d-clat at Ihe palace, caused a sensation and the exact .status of affairs i ould nol be ascertained for vivcial hours. Tile direct movement, aua'nst Maderu was the result of a l'l"t which h.nl been brewing since Ji'Mcrda-. I'l'uiu the first it had been known tli.it li.ncral I '.In ii'l net was unwilllns.' I" fmht. His men were of the same mind e held complete command 'iv.-r them, and it was not doubted 'I '-v would follow him in any aihen-Uir.-, which Ihi-v did at the national l'"lace th s afternoon. The forces, "iniberiiiK 1 .0(10 men. which arrived late yesterday, were sent ImiiiedlHle v to' the palace, ostensibly to relieve Hie reserves there. The reserves were sent Into the ""Id. An MKreenielit between llenerals I lapimet and Unel'ta was reached last nlKht. hut the first intimation flint lliannuets ni.-n hail of the new role they wore to piny was shortly tipfnrn Ibe successful stroke was made, tilim mii't drew his men up In order and delivered a stlrrlnsf speech lb said: J "Tills Inhuman battle must end,' 'j I'm said. "The time has come, when ''"ice drastic means must be taken to "b.p conflict In which father is klli-j "K s..n and hruther is f i k h 1 1 n k analnst "'older s-r.ari thi bl'l anse of the caprice of one their scats, when, at a sinmil from ilu.rla, the olli.er In comnuind (Mi bled. l'olutin a pislol al .M.ideio, be . i n l i " 1 1 1 1 1 1 he was under ai icsl. Al the same moment, sol.llcls fllllli; illlo the room, clealed It of all except tin" i in ipai'. liiistavo loudl.i iii.lcsled iiitain-t ibis Ind'uiillv , but ilcncr.il Illicit, i re plied In a loud voii c, coialcnmiiiK the .M.i.bro family. ilciieral Victmiano lln.'lla named ! .is in in islom.l president of Mexico, I f..i met ly was command, r of Ihe north , dPis.on of the army, lie has sci it j miii h si-rvlie in the present i a nipu i; n ami hist year lotifht a number of eii- , K.CJcmcnts against the Insui re. tos j uii'b-i- ( n ozco, I llnerta retired from his command , last I Iccelnl.er jillil Was offered a I I'M in the war department. When the Ilia. rcolt heuan In the capltil. llnerta led the jaov eminent troops mid he "as named as post coii niainlcr at Mexico i ny when ili-n-cral illiir wiis woundi d. ' hie of the first acis of (Jenctal llinrta, as provisional president, was to notify Ambassador Wilson of the chanyc of i'o 'eminent. He Informed the ambassador that he had In his power as prisoners In the national pal ace, the president of the republic and tis inlnlslcj-s (ieiieral llinita asked that this be interpreted as a patriotic manifestation of a man who has no ambition other than to serve his country and who wishes to re-establish peace in the country, lo Insure Ihe safety of the interests of Its sons and of the forclsners." lie reiiiestcil Ambassador Wilson to notify President Taft and the dip lomatic representatives nl all that had occurred and to fiif notification to the rebels. In rcplv to (ieiieral llnerta, the ami assador said; "I l.ex to ackllow IcllKe your excel lency's note annoiinclni; that ,ou have mad,, prisoner the president of th republic and also that the ministers ate in your power. "The resident diplomatic corps Is at this moment assembled 111 the as sembly and tile Information contained in your excellency's note has been l.ioiiylit to their Knowleili;.', My col leanucs instinct me to say that they rely upon .M.ti and the Mexican tinny to preserve order In the city of Mex ico and that you may u.-e your best ellorts to induce Mexicans of all ele ments to co-operate to the same Mid." If, a sii l.s. ia -nt note. .Hi-. Wilson sa'id: "Your expressions of patriotism RECOGNIZE 'pi- a l int in - ..nil, .'lu ll to bad lit. d 'an embassy I'lleVrt. charge il'.iffall bi Is of the staff, m Madel o ovcithiow. Ila ll I ei rlv ei lltll,- effi, i., formation 1 1 Mexico l'll., (lie l'lis.- had t'ot be II able. It "as ." to forecast the result t'.ill. The staff. ll.'Wcl be Silllst ie, , si tl I. in been lea. lied, r en If il had In a chiiime m uo ei n m.-nt. (ii tli'l.ll Unt il. I W.IS lies. I alt-o h'S of Ihe clllh.lssi IIS soldi, r, ,lv of the lib III I'oilllio l pet snna I bl ,i . r Ciller I cm i ni ,, i t. ii ti t ..r Ills lolll sen lo- and I'l.nm, It was sai.l, Ii was popular i ki.ovvn throuuh. Ola, leader of i i ,. ii. i i I a, 1 1 Maintain Order, Says State: u-u b,i n IT BE HASTY 10 CLIMATE IS CITY'S I i GEfJ. HUERTA bin f f. , a m.ii ml a frl it. mil . ill.. .1 1 ts a si. t I ii" i- I'l i -of Km lid of ti f his Nnw Gou'inment Must Show I hat It tan Kestoie am Il (he ill th. Ihe also .it'inv ami wp republic, -'elix Id ol lit loll, ami ha.! b. . n Co. I Matlei o conflict .it . !ra.d them in unou-iii.. ..lines Sine January 1st. when Senor I'aicio left li.re, Mexico has be.-n without an am. b.issiul,,, l( Washington, and all iiis of tin. embassy bale been ban, II. d for . a ""' '"' ' l" I t. I. lilt ln -l sect-e MADERO S DOWNFALL: t.ry. w,,,,, s,- , ,,. r.,,,,.,,,,, , Mi x'co I'ilv, win re otiU a f, w weeks aiio. he made the stai tlint; d.-elar.i. tlon in th.: senate tll.il while lit Wash iniiton lie had lied lib. .tit conditions In Mexico, there wns much spci ulati .;i as to who Ills successor Would be. Depaitirent. FEELING OF RELIEF AT Piovisional President is De scribed as Stem Soldier Not Unlike Poifiiio Diaz; Popular with Army, , i Hlil' li vim have be.-n kind rnuiiali l!lat'.iie th.-u Issued orders inrtneji,, communicate to me, nave nceii iltt- urie"t of the presideni iinu ussiKiieti ly noted, ami I coniinentiv retv upon a detachment to duty. Mudcro soon 'your ability and hoiiiI intentions to was a prisoner in his own rooms. Marry them into practical effect. With. i .lie reason Kiven for the attit tide ' out desiring In the leasl lo tntriule of (leicral r.lati'inet front the In liin- j into .Mexican domestic affairs. I bt-u niui,' was the presence of his Sou ill to sut'irest the desirability, in view of lhe"raitks of Oiaz. I the i ha dle conditions w hich now ex- When the arrest of the president j 1st, that von place yourself ;,ml the and Ids miiiisiers became know n. ! nrmy under your comnia ml at I lie dis ureat i-rowds Kalhcied in the streets position of the Mexican entiKress. I lhtom,h which they paraded shoiitintt 1 ii Iready have communicated the fact "vivas" for llnerta and 1'iaz. A con- j related in your excellency's note to felenie was held between the repre- I'l esncn( Taft and In due time shall of these two Kcnclals ant! i have the pleasure of advising you as ached, w nereoy i to n's reply to tins, i also iictnl llnerta to l n n c ! ii I .-il unofficially 111 lly Mi.rnlni .Imimiil SimmIiiI l.tr.l Wlrl aslilntloii. re n. IX. I lie miern mem of l'ran. is. o 1. M ulero, hiivlliK fallen, and lieneral lciortano llnerta I tin v 1 1 1 lt bet n proi laitlied president of Mexico it devolve Upon I'llited Still Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson to move at once with the de faclo Mexi can KOielnmelll for the protection of Americans thronhoii tile republic. It will be Mr. Wilsons (list duty to treat with the new president for ameli oration of tile l'..l(U(ii. lis Imposed oil Americans and other forciKneis as a result of the tijihlinK In the street of .Mexico City, In which some for einn. IS Wi re killed, other Wotindld and thousands rendered homeless. Political recognition of Ihe kom-iiI- incut w hi.-h cmeriteil lonii;hl out of the ti.u.ul ihioutih which Mexico has: passed in Ihe last two veins, will be a slower proceeding. While this en eminent will take mil 'oticcrn over Ihe choice of n siicces-t(,. sor to president Mad. ro, su. h a hii. '-.,(, cessor will hale to th mi'llstrale his la SENATE OVERRIDES IMMIGRATION BILL VETO Cuiicui i ctu;u by House is peeted Today; Lod.e plains Necessity for Liter acy Test for Aliens, Ex-Ex- Illy Morula ilslillil. I '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i 1 1 1 Tail b. t iic .Itmrniil fciiri-iul t-rititeil Ire ii. l-'i b. i x I'll.- I :tt ii tt lull, M-loetl l y President e II ipiposed a lllela.'i have corn events re- i ml linn a fi'i'mal Scntatlv cm an ayit'i'mcnt was i i.r , th,. i.ioi ivioiial prisidetav w.ns pro-; lated In your note to Hcneral Olaz and fljtluiei' shall Imnieiliately i. .a,... i.. H, is however, mieriasat- letiipt lo comnuiliicale with Olaz pre cipltalctl otic of the sharpest ellHilKe .r u,., a...- 'ft... tire I loin tin rid el rifles and "'machine nuns was ; rial Ion- suslai i. II was lie no mem ; at that time, mat me o". i hail been carried out. meant the end "1 hostilities. j At IS::!" o'clock in tin- afternoon, Ihe f.-iiii.uMM.Iiiw coiitinaeil lieai ier, audi A collie !a' ! I net ti ! depiit ies i lit eel tain w hicll the raille of iiiachine tuns was neaio in various itiarteis. Al thai time Salt hraiicisco street s helliu clear etl hy lluella as if lie was ixpcctinif an iiltaek. At I o'clock the order m cease ll r Inu was sounded and the battle was i.n.r , f..w lin.il members "f Ma- early official ad of lencr w.is lo send n note to the alliitK them to meet in spe ll for the purpose of Kl ins; locality to the new order of thiims. A I'tlclpat his; datiKer from mobs, the provisional president .supplemented Ills speech nt the palace with a procla mation in which he outlined the de velopments and appealed to the pa triolism of .Mexicans In malnlain or- I MS litre's slal'f rushed mlo where Miidero was sliu-l soldiers ami went to his their efforts were of n" ta'u Hat itietidia, nil the room j IK,' with the rescue, hut no mail, i ap- had list I.e. PRESIDENT OF 'ng w hen the fat, non-combatants are of war and all (f appointed chief of police, alliance. ; upon folotie I 1 1 iveroll, shoolinu and ; wonndiiuf him scrlolisl.i . Immediate- i.. ii,,.... ,.vi.i,iiii!e of shots and i liir, r four members. r the presl- ibnt's staff arc said to have be.-n Wounded ' Just to make the records cleat'. Mailero was uh'en reasonable time In which to write Ills resignation. Kal -lire to do this. It is said, w ill result in bis t.cltitf sent with his family to Vera I'l'iiz where they will I"' k'iven the choice of olilffolnt? vessels, tletienil Oelyado, who acted as the emissary of Miidero ill Hie neKotia tiuns lor an armistice Sunday, has been arrested, llnerta and his sup porters did not trust OelKado to come into their plans. Twenty men of the Twenty-ninth In fantry of IllaniiuePs fores, were en trusted with the duty of Kiiardinw the private room of the president at the bcKinniliK of thi) revolt in the pal ace. The arrest of Madero took place in the hall of the ambassadors. When the president entered the room he found all the entrnnre unaided. Hi1' soldier, in el -evelted l,e the words of tSlaiaiuet, pointed his kiiii at the breast of Mailero. who leaped upon him. In the strunKle the sun was dls I churned without injuring any one. I The soldier was disarmed and placed I under arrest hy order of lieneral Hu 'erla on the chare of firiiiK wltlioul (.idet'. I The llnest irony nttended the ar rest of cil.stavo Madero. the btolher of the president, d'stiiiKiiishcd as a politician to whose door most of the evils of the administration have been laid, lie had invited (ieiieral llnerta r., luncheon at the (5anibrlnns. pop ular restaurant. This was the custom ' f Cnsniw, Madero in winning favor. General lluerta, however, hail Invited Ktiests unknown to his host. In a room adjoining he had station ed a detachment of ("hapiiltepec park wiiaids. All were preparing to take( ACE No Ceremony Accompanies Transfer of Pc.v:r and No Oath of Office is Tar on Incoming Executive, by fliy Morning Jtairmtl Aitrrluf 1,iu.H WlrA.) i'aris. Fell. I x, Raymond Coin care took over lodnv the olTh-e nl" president of the French republic rroin Ainiand Fallierbs, who retired after sen ins his full term of seven years. Nothlnir more simple than the trans fer of powers ITom one chief execu tive In France to his successor run be imuKlned. President Poincal'e listened while M. Kalllercs said: "I transfer to you the powers of the state." Then In a clear, solemn voice he replied, "I consecrate myself to the service of the republic." The Ceremony took place In th. beautiful palace of the Klysee. No oath of office was taken and no '.ra tion made. As President Polncare. accompanied by his two predecessors. Aruiand Kalllercs and ICmlle Loiibel, left the palace, many thousand bou quets were thrown at them by wni'K inii Kir I, who took off their nos.-navs and tossed them Into Ihe carriaKes. At the same time, an aviator with his airopliine freluhted wlih fresh blos soms droppetl them from u ureal height iilonir the route to the i it.i hall and upon the lutihlitiK Itself. President Polncare has r.-eeived messages of felicitation limn the rulers of the world. I u'dllty is- i.iiil'ilii'i, i ' ' u'.vi-i ntiieni bitnle politic, il 1'it-omiitlon Will be accorded him by the I'liiletl Slates. Mexico today Is hoiieycom bed and du n asunder by many revolutionary move ments. Tile principal of these are the iirozeo movement in the north and the 'apala tiprisiiiK In the south. Law lessness has become rife, and rubber bands, inasiiueraditiit as rev oliilionists, have sent terror tbroimh the slate of .Mexico, from the i:h. lirande lo Yu catan, in old' r I" lay claim lo po litical iccoiiniiiun from this tpocrn in .-ti t the I i i T 1 1 Mates w demand that Ihe new president, be lie (ieiieral llucrla or some other, must suppress these disltirbiuif . -Ic incuts, restore or der and establish the workitiKS of Justice In the slabs. The formality of political r.-ci'naition, in all likli- I hood w ill fall to the ndmlnisti alien of President-elect Wilson. The news (..iii:ht found this ion -i-i mm nt still lit tn in its policy of non intervention and iiitwiiveriun in lis preparation, upon a uuum ill's noli' c, to strike an iiKuressive blow fur the defense of American i llizeiis, should occasion yet demand H. AlthoiiKh the change, which il Is In liev t il will j brliiK relief from ibe Intolerable con-' ditions follow Im,' In the wake of ten days of bloody iikIiIIiik, Was welcome, lo those who carry the burdens of state, official WusliiiiKloti bail no com ment to make on the outcome, I'is palches from Ambassador Wilson coti-j tinned the salient feature of Madeio's' fall and llneita's rise to power, hut 1 state department olTh litis withheld their opinion. No one sought, how ever to conceal satisfaction ill the as surance of protection to life and prop city, which, the re-eslabllshinciit of oilier in .Mexico , ;i would oririK. .XI-i though Ihe slep which would havei sent American soldiery Into Mexico I had not been talon, every branch of the defensive arm of tile service, was otKaniz.-d to its highest efficiency. The I word or coiTimaiiil was all that was necessary f send troops across the border from Ihe Texas frontier or to land bin. J. ti k. ts and murines from the six warships already kwIdkIiik at anchor on the Atlantic and Paclllc coasts of the disturbed republic. Two I h'liisii ml nninii' s withered all nlonx the Allanlic coasl. iire ready to sail for ijuantiiniinio. 'ubu, only a few hours from Vera I'ruz. Kvery de tail. In fact, was in readiness, had at tacks upon Americans forced this Kovernmetit lo puisne. Ihe policy which otficials hope now will not he neoessa r.v. It Is not expected that the I nlti d Slutes will be in haste lo withdraw Its ballleships and miser from Alex lean waters. The problem of recon struction, which .Mexico must, now no little time ami I'liiletl Stale, war - a reminder to all i lcaii life and prop I'cied. The cruisers nth Oakota. now j and Acapuleo, (,n while the battle- t upon ini mini ants, v im passed over president's veto In the senate to- I y a v ole o (o I v The ov i-r- Wlicllliilm III. ij . lat Mint at the elnl I of a short debate, in which Presideni iTiiti s altitude was criticized Itior- loiislv, presages that i over tile V eto in l In 1 1 ailed up tomorrow ami I n 1 1 1 in: ll. i in. leu 'override the presiil i measure out lined si ptov isions fi i Ina I, Insane ll will be passed house vv hen It is Senators Lodm .Inn; the 1 1 c 1 1 1 In nt, declared tin many Inipollant a the exclusion of ctim a ml d isens. .1 i ll. lis hat ureal harm would result to the t'nltcil States if il did not become law. "I "nil to understand vv hv tlujt tie I'llited Stales alone atllollK nations is not thought to have the rlsiht that ail nations have to say w ho shall come within its holders." said Senator I. o due. "It Is the oulv country ill the world where it Is amned that people born uf other oountiles, who never havi seen the I'nited Slates, ,11c I'll- llll.il to ceitalu t ights In l ' in It is 'for tl it Incus i.r the Iiiiled Stales ;io say who shall come into their coiitiliv. That is a primary li-hi. ; Still b ss do I understand this extreme ' oppusllioii to I 1 1 1 i i -1 1 1 k thai a man shall be able lo read before he cnlii" Ibe Lulled States. We do not allow : man to become a part of our buily 'politic unless he can read and write Ills name. "We do nol hesitate to apply a lit em, y test to our own people. Why is 11 we should hesitate lo apply It lo a ; forelKllel''.' ! "The opposition to this test tit lmt ituui Is Hie same opposition that Is ; made to every elToi I to Improve our I linniiniiiiliiii laws or to restrict in any SAYS EXPERT T b.lSM ) Mct'till'.!, tine Shmik. at Oi'iiiirnr iV-.l.lirs Ii R. E. Clu! r r eauiio nioumJ be imnirssr on Piospeetiu1 Puichaseis. CITES WHAT PUBLICITY HAS DONE FOR CITIES Roy Dediehek of Den ber of Commeice That Town Dicw Entet prises: Mote Than 200 at Session, in.dhain Tells How rlllll.it.- . the I A ll'llipii'l ile," s. I'les.'lil.lllle of Ho IHK ci'lnpanv of St tllllte III. til I'l'll for i 'i ti Ii I '"linn. 1 1 inl t Inl llle last spi-akil Xpel t talk III Id until l'i. 'hi. nl : talk i ni; point il It i:. Pass.it. l.l 111 lit T Alllcl- Lonls. last iilulil Is ol the to '. Mr. Passed w, , bni im, nest In Ins l l CI v one tn Ills seat 'I. V. haseinan an il. .tin. cl that 1 1 I res h m i nls SCI'l I ll ill tile Ili'Xt I i.olll. t'oiitinuiiiK, Mr passed said "Woik on Ibis nun iiIiik, noon I l-'bt. It is i f Intel est lo empl to have lh.il eliiplovts i.lwavs re I :,!,,! . I ill. I '"lit Inl -' I llle . I'm. lie W 111 Ii v mi; I.. Oi l i . t4 In tut i' s In III. I' l ill . I S "I cot t IIL'a led i ad V e se that I Inn box. s I'oiec splinl.rs into the hands of haiulleis and thus uill tans, no on be laid oil on a. . ..lint of iiiini i, . Sunt i Fe l. iili". nl is Inipn sslim I'tv idea upon its emplov.-s tl v.. u an tc M.iu- pt I boxes will not the i In I be the "h. in-as litv vv a idveltlse." said Ml 'li. "Voll know Moll.es, li , S i city that bi-i . III .'it tnpa i.: ti. I it : ailv i'l tisiiuj f,,r i hi al. i III ,,l,l . two I ill,' III it liav . esslullv, N . I 1 1 V ill ern I roll W orks, tu Matath.iti a iilouii'liii Ailv erti-lm; nol onlv i est. ill alleadv lulls to I " on ail l.tiu il "W th ot i ik !, ilu ol v i ll cum; i ii i s m.t intuitu; a. that Is due lai v. the I llll Ml I.. I' of "T ll v . a t s ,a al ( .ratiite lit v , the last . it. to I'aSM II In .,p. u Ihe I. sails: l,s sltlklUK example of ii t i. il on a consist - Mii'to s has In , ii - v l l s. sn ,i . la. Ti 'hi., al.. ' a.iv .it is. .1 su. kept III. South- li'if.ti I ill i r ot lite by adv et tislim lllacl- olll-l.le i lit also tual'es ml list t t.-s 'i.i I - .I in inn .it v more niiv inaiii. II know el tin- vv ,,, I, i ful Ilia ( 'It V It W IS dlle I" II. illia litv. "f i mil s,., ,-,i. lapnllv now, tint Iv In a disruption of I '"1111111 I , e I In i.e. .. I In i e w as nol tilnu III. Now it has s. v - ROUSE CONT NGENT FI 10 HANDLED Bl S PEAKER TO B E 11 Mr uie IIH'i uu haul Fathets Meas Pt (Hiding fur Appoiat of Committee of Six to Receive Recoids, R. L BACA VOTES FOR MEASURE ON ROLL CALL Piesiditu; Officer Indicates Willingness to Account for SI, 1)00 Turned 0er to Him at Last Session, S ; 1 1 1 1 . 1 l''e. ell, X. house l.'llll I , snllll Inn Was III 1 1 inllli'.'tl t"dav l y Ml Idall, llatil prnv id IUlI lor Ihe it I ! 1 1 1 IV h of Ihe lie. i. mills of Speaker lima relative In ll,.i.ni tut ii. ) over lo him la-t Veal' lor tile collttllUellt i'K- p. ns. s of the house. The allow ance is made in Sci tinn L'a7 of llie laws of the Jast s. sslnn and it Is said. was Insetted there within ihe lasl foitv-etht hours of Hie S. sslun Tile tlle.lslll e is lis follow W ilt leas, The Illst I, (tlsliltlire of New Mexico, at It" lilst SI'S- inn, n ppi opt lat. d Ihe uui of lilii . n handled tlollais f..r neces salv l olitlllK. Ill expense of the house ol 1 1 tt esetitatlv cs Incurred al that s.iM'Ui. -aid sum tu I"1 paid I v the -I ale audtti.r (o l. I.. I'.. i. a, speither. I., he bv him paid out to llieel sin h llece sai v i eii i inui nl i xpeii-'es. and re 1 1 lias i" be taken bv him, and I ,"l I nf sin ll pa v til ill I si tu be in uie bv him to tills present si s- Sl.'ll of Ihe VV hot t as. I a in i o t he III, lot. , I, be l:, -oived I la n lltatlv es Ii itl-l the itiiie, and said sum was sptiXUcr. ImvV ihal a i h"M ti by ''uiinilti c (ho' hi Iv ami ninlit I ii.lfl s muled bv t . solution Vaiuns v. sp. a ker v . the house of rep. s, the seiiale I'uncurr- coutmlltee of three he Hie house to meet II . f like lliltllll.'l to l.l I he ill mile to I Cecil e said iiCCO lllllS . isp, nsii.n of Ihe rules, Mr. Clam hard. Ibis vi as passed, only Mr. Ilm; ,i uu lust It, Tile ti l an face, will rciuiic the presence nf ship will serv e : element that Am erty must be pto I'olorado and Sn ale at .Manzalllii the Pacific coasl ship Virginia, is liattleship Verm bt'ask.i, at Vera lines, under mil' id Tampion and the mil, Cet.rxia and Ne- 'i .ix. The 2.0(111 im,. is tnnlniu to sail for proba l.ly will pro lllere. If their ser- liuanlanamo, ruin ceeil to their caiui vices are not in-filed In Mexico, can participate to nib a nlaue la not neiivers with tin' Atlantic fleet. Surprise was ."fssed at the Mexi Uleuree the number of linmlKraiits. II Iconics frniti the steamship companies, i For twenty-live years wo have met I that opposition nt every turn. It is here today. My reason for s.ippnrt Int; Ibe bill," mi ill Senator Williams, "Is that 1 am afraid of ignorance, 1 am afraid of the imin who strikes nut blindly to overcome, tin. wrongs he thinks exist." Senators votltiK to pass tlt'3 bill over the vet.., were: Ashiirst, Paeon, Pankhcad, I Surah, P.t'ailley, llrady, llrandiKce, llristow, lhowii, Prvnn. ('iilbcrsoii, Cliamher lain, rlal'k of WyomitiK. li'ane, ('law ford, liuriiha m, I inl ("ii. (ii I loin. ( ii ni -n i i 11 h, I illllimham, Oixon, Fall, Fosier, Fletcher, (ialllliKef, llamlile, (iardtnT, liote, Jackson, Johnson of Maine, Johnston of Alabama, Jones, Kuva- naiUJh, Keiiyon, Kern, La rolletle, Lee, Lipiilll, LoiIkc, McLean. Mallln, M.v els, Nelson. Niwlanils, Ovefilian, i mien, Pave, Penrose, Percy, Perk Ins, I 'it I run ii. Poimlexler. Pomerene, I: IcIi.ii i1m.iii. Until. Slu ppal'd, Sim mons, Smith of Arizona. Smith of r.eoi'iiiH. Snillli, of South Carolina, Stnoi't, Sutherland. Swanson, Thomas, Thornton, Tillman, Tow I'isend, Webb, Welinore. William and Works. Senators votinii to sustain the ve to were: r'lapp. I'liiron, liaike of Alkatisas, I'lllils, Impotlt. lil'.illllil. (IllKKellhellil, Met 'umber. Marline, I ii im uni it. I di ver, Pavnter, Shlvelv. Smiill ofMalv land, Smith of .Mil hiisaii. Slepiit nsoti. Stone and Warn n. ml Im I Ail Ibis was a.. '.IIL- ot tint to. l-aial SI, Louis Slu t v t pot I, La., velilscrs "Alton, 111., in nun for n three. of I bis ui.'lu v b I ul llle ailv .1 ti' im. from Hie laisjlie bruimht th Hie stale I Ihe most ii Lulled Stales. "Tin t e is in. need I home In tlnd ivaiiip heard vvlial Mr Ptilii 1 ii-in inM, and vv hat done or Silver City i of ma rv lions. So ma none to Silver litv I ml a Im :e population. I "111 I'l I'ill .1 b v ii .a in - ot.- than six months, s, San Vlllolltu llllil all lite su. t i ssl ii I ad - v la If, .lavs t.ii tampan; t ii. . ti i lie I II V .1 Ibis ti l I I". in: a m In.' lit ll 1 1 ii si 1 1 ::.- ll. None Xn Il'leil oblailied a m on at mill and , olie of i in llic . no a w a ft om is. y..tt have lick said about idi i ttisinu has i nuirilim show IV people have it.lv thai they d Ira-i'iiiiiiin Th.l Iv'-thl'ce tiny have I,. advcrlisltm' (ml the .secretary of lIvcliislUK I pel suns w ll a- Jiinuutv. ee cumlllH hie tu ll.'tce In their liii iiieil I here, anil lh.- i iiiiinbcr of i 'out. melee considers c $ I ,'JtlU. Allilliplt lipie h is kind of oppot emit. , utovv. Win lei it when a bi det- I a i-lt one W Ul 111 llle It IS : l ow WKKc ft w tiuiiilhs I'V blandest I'liitlnl In II. i till a III citv can Jiuliiioti-" be I. nill In adv crtlsliiH .' "A lbliUeliie should be III.' di'llil'- ntltiK piiltit toi the stale. Ii should attract Inula h linns, s from h'ansas litv and I 'lib aK". " iVIr. pass.-ll then advised the ('..in- menial Huh lo lolvcltise llle climate "The lieiill ll set ki l' don't ovel look him." lie continued. "In ihe east nol one dm lor lit tin knows w here to send I. Ii; a path lit w lib tile i here, L'cl well, Ilk sta v . or lie vv i il ti llleli.e w hen he t "Musi elites Ihal and tailed have lalbti Ihcy advertised in K'l' I t I Isellli 111 s 11111-1 !" i Kock Island lilies last lilst lime cat l nil n hat ' a Hie.ilic Ilm- ol a.lv .-ill nf advert iselltenls lu.-l v en pullltl'V, tili'tl . on .lilll III tl : inis a pp. an .1 In the sci utiil s, 1 i.-s i.ll.l tile ll.'t ill 111 i'heV I'.llHli.l III Intended loi. Th hail sin h a sitci e "ll IS 1 1 1 mibkc lie W III ColltC ic pfo c and about Albll I'licll easl. c advertised lu'l ii lieca use I ilili.s, Ad ' 1 1' I etc. i lie v.iir fur II, e "II lllllUll call in.;. A si-lies ere published ti da ii v itii and t hen "III ll W est. Tile lil st Pi'llllt'y mnKil zi ties, in poultry Journals i In s( a rn I Join tia e pi" lll l W l'i e Pock Island never .slid innipalKll, Kt lull thai von n-e a (Sluli. (iiitll il lliirpuil nf Vlrnlnf J.iurnsl San I, i I'i-h. Ll, Taxation re form was Ihe fiiiliile of Ihe seiiste session tod, iv. a pnipused constitution al ameiuliiieiit prnv iiliim for marked halites In lite ..vslfiu of taxation and ;i bill cxtcudlim Hie powers of the slate I'uatil ul i"iitili.ati"U aloliK lax atiuii Inns biitu; Inlindiiceil, The llrst was bv Senator lialk, chaltiiiatl of th liniilice comiiiiltee, and the secntul wa I.i S, tialor ( i iiiiiplun, chairman of the Judlilaiv i iiuimlllee. ll Is said this last is Hie measure which the board id ciuali,utlun wauls passed. Tin. bill pi in Lbs for the assessment of all pro petty, both by counties and by Hie slate hoard, at a valuation of ;:ll-;t per cent of its actual Value. This i hnii.;.'. tin ads which now etiin- pt I ihe st. ile I nl to asses lit full value, win teas It has been customary Im- ihe t u 1 1 u t y assessois tti tlx their a. i -isinents at amiiunlH varjlntf from lo in ,,o per cent of the real vuliuu lloii Thimnrli Ihe annnunccd Inten tion of the stale board tn compel th taxpayer under its Jurisdiction tu set He mi n lull valuation basis, thert) hu ai isi u a serious situation, these lax piijei prolestiim that they nre helnir made to calf an iiulalr propnl lion "I" tlte hurilcn, iiie Cranipton bill Is Hoi Hist ol'licial reeuKiillloti that assess ments are nut now mailu at Odl val- llallelt. The sessions of built holts'' were compal aliv cly brief and ni'h a'' loiinteil at the conclusion of the, (lav' work to ' o'clock Thursday afternoon. The lint k measure rtinleinplatcjj several reforms. It- Is as follows: lie ll resolved by the. legislature fi Ihe slale ol New. Mexico; That Article VIII of the constltntinii of Hi,, .late of New Mexico entitled. "Tax. Hum anil sail',. Ilelcl shall t'ulil line llovclllle," be is amended so .1 as follows; and that lh. tic. AltTlt.'I.H VII r. alinn and Itcvenue No doll be taxation I. ha1, for Splt'lill c Huston. Feb day signed an for Mollier liiniii. 1 x. ( lov criior Foss o-cnuhliii;-,' in t pcrmillltiK ft w Spr few I", I Km.. I p end on and in liealluu v i . 1 1 1 .1 I hi t Ions ol. .1 ily Ii llle l. l t il.il v In- (hick In .i l ureal tlialiv III OM III K I I I I S I IOW in m i M; n t in ini:i Lev Pedtehik, secretary nf the lietllllill rhalllber of I'omtiietie, whu precetlcd Mr. Hassi it. used a "Parable of Two Fishermen" In illustrate cities that advertise and I hose that do hot they I (i,,. First linin li of Christ, of Huston, lo ttcc, pi Hie beoucst of I I fi, 'mil, (inn provided In (he will of. Mr, j Lll'I Mary Laker U. Kihly. ' threw one line into a chew anil Walled, small. The second lutes, trot line and Is, and bin catch was I .He enotlKh to lve "On u vera'tlv id smtitiK his neighbors. The l it- The rirct antHcr Hit creek, look 1 1 is t iit.il w as threw out iitaiiv nt 1st , I set I n til II i 1 tCoolimied on I'ligo l'lvi'.J, (Tax S.'. I'.ill I be i t m 1 1 If d. ' S-.-. J. iiie total annual jail Male pill p.. sis, exclusive of tlfcfs- Mil levies fur Hi,, state debt, shall . Iiol exceed 1 II mills. ! S.-e, :i Any public officer ma kin:? am profit out of piiblfc motifvs, or I'slm; llle same ful" any purpose, not aiilh'ili.ed bv law, shall be (ieellicil cuilty of a felony and shall be punish ed as provided by law. and shall bn dis.iialirie, to iiold public ort'ice. All public moneys not. Invested in interest bcariti" securities shall be d. posited in national hanks In this state or in banks or trust companies in. tu pot -ate d under the laws of tins stale, and tho Interest derived therefrom shall b applied In Hie maimer prescribed by law'. Sec. 4, Till If flslatun mti.v ex empt fioni taxation of ,.ach head of a family tu Ihu amount of tvvo hun-. die, tlollais. Jlc'atii'c, ' iv, Uu.