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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING .JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVII, No. 51. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913. Hy .Mull, 50 CVnU a Momti! HIiikIo liliy 5 tVntn; lty 'nrrlcr, 60 lent a Miinlli. iTADEHO 10 BE EXILED; HIS BROTHER IS EXECUTED General Uueita in Role of Mil itary Dictator Adopts Ex treme Measures to Bi ins About Peace in Mexico, FUGITIVE LAW INVOKED AGAINST GUSTAVO MADERO Former Minister of Finance, and Man Blamed for Down- fall of Government, Shot by Soldiers of Diaz, m ri itivr i;mi at of .N ATION AL PAI.At i: mi: shot. New York, IVIi. ii). Adolpho I lasso, superintendent of the na tional palace, In MeMco ("lty wax executed in J o'cloc k Ihl" morn ing, according to npc'ial ills pan hex receiv ed here. llaxxo wax an aped man, hut It wax said 111. ,1 he fuced the lililig sipiud hrni ely. He laid hare hlx hreaxt to the rilleiiieii nnd hix laxl Wdldx were: "Viva Mexico." llv Murnliif Jiinrifci Nh,1iI titwil Wlrr.l le.liK ( lit, cl. I'd. Preparation, fur the lianxiortatioii of the depoM-d pimldent, I'raniixro I. Madero and Vice Prexldeht Siiiiri'K and their fain-I'l'-x. to Vera I'ruz. to Imnnl a xleam ,r fur Kurope, vveie complete,, at inUlnifiht. Almnxt coincident with the nionienl mat Iheir rexitnationx were i lieliiu formally read In cotiKi'rsx, those I fa, lilt; exile, arrived at the Mexican' railroad station where a train waxj liPdi.-r slcani. The partv included Mix Madelo, j t. slslerx of Madero. Angela and I MereedrM, and their, fat her, I'lanclxco j I. MiMlrro. Sr. Mi. Si..uer. and her1 children in coinpa riled her husband. Thcr,. were also a iniinlier of close j fla iulx of hoth iMIIllliex ho aefolll- panled theni to era I'niz. Sen. ictoii.Hio lluerta la'cailie pro-' vlxicnial ircsldent of Mexico less tlutiij mi hour before, lie took the oath of eff at ll:'J.i o'clock, silcceediim 1'iilro l.axi'Uiain. Trior to the nam iiit; of (Iciieial Mueita. he wax ap pointed a calilnct mlniNti r so that the leual Sllcceyxlon to the presidency would ,,. maintained. Pedro l.axclirain "ik tile oath ax president ad Interim in ins cat aclty ax minister of foreign liffanx, Ttie ntitiihiK if Scnor I.axcu ra ' by 'out:iis.M, at a pndontted sex- lon, bi'Kiniilnt; alioiit G o'clock, was j merely incidental, and wax followed ! soon by the election of General lluer ta to the presidency. l-'ebruary I Sill, will be remembered as the dale on which Mexico had. within an hour, three presidents, one "f them. Krancisco I. Madero, hax been deposed, but he legally retained h'x tille until the resignation laxt ii'wht of himself, and of J ose Pino Neinr., s vice president. Alter the resignations of Madero "nil pin,, suaiea had been accepted,. Teilro l.ascuruiu, ax minister of f"f ''tk'ii affairs, was culled by congress to Hiicrrnl the retiring executive, uml l'enly-six mlnutex later he wax huc ceidcd hy tjenerul lluerta, who he hat) appointed minister of the interior, Ihux making regular the legal suces xi'ui and enabling congress to name Hn'i'la as ijrovlsional president. The action taken Jy the special Joint session 0f congress was pracedcl "' a lengthy deliate, hut the ultimate result never wax doubted by those familiar with the plan. It had been Weed ,,y um Kuertu that llu- ita shoiild have the presideiuy and signed prouil.m-N of a sulTieient num ber of menilici'K of congress had '"' n obtained to insure the success of the program. The decision to deport Mud, to for ii time remained in doubt. This was because Madero hud formally been n, hl responsible for the death of L'ol "iic Uiveroll, which occurred at the Palace at the time of Madero's, ar r,'sl. ('onillcting stories are in clr iiilatioi, regarding the slaver of l;l 'roll, hut it Is stated officially that statement ma,jc. ust nlglit, Ueiieral Hherta said that two attempts were niaiie against hlx life before tile ar r'hi and lie uttributed both of them '" 'he Maderos. The lirst attemi't was "hole hy u sharpshooter who tried to ","'k him off while In tin' palace. This, '"nerul Juerta laid at the door of thu "s.-hreKident. I he second attempt was made at J!1'' baiuiuet, which culminated in '"stnvo Madero s iiriest. lluerta said "i' wax repeatedly urged to drink I'aisoned wine from a bottle. He was "'ispirlouK and refused to do so. An IM"l.vslx of the wine showed i( con tained cyanide potassium. lesteiuiiy events happened In ipiiek ;i"ession. followirii! the execution of 'nstavo Madero, brother of the de l'ose(r president, who w as removl ,1 ''mil Hi,, penitentiary at ' o'clock In hr iiimnlng and executed. With I raneiseo . Madero, tlustavo Madero Was delivered into the keeping of (5en ''"I Ilia.. Soon after their arrival at "ir Penltentiurv, (iustavo .Madero was subjected to the notorious 'fugitive aw," hy which he wax permitted to "hi the gauntlet of the rilile tire of " sunn, f picked soldiers. lie was literally riddled by their bullets. 'iustavo Madero wax regarded as a butch more powerful man than the President. .After Francisco Madero 'innrreled with Iir. Vim,, ilex Comez he ami Hustavo forced Jose Pino Su-Ti-x to the front us vile president, ' Itliouuh he wax their little known. This the .,C Vhi.li.r.. never forgave and was really the reason fori "tartina the ariti-yovernment party J which showed systematic opposition lo till- Schemes (if ( i II HI II V U AllllllTO. A CUT Gustavo's urrent Tuesday Mini during hl removal through the xtrcctn Ihi' crowd even inado effort in lay hamlM on Iilin. Kvcry guard of (lie nua!in Hii necessary to In mil' his safety. Gustavo MlldcIO lit mil' time milliliter of finance. Ilu JkUviI the I'nited Slut In 1811. A livail v forced to face plots, the lll'VV HlllllllllHll'HtlOll CHUSed Iho nrtt-l Inst night of General Kr.inrlBio Ko inclu. Komcro In licensed of com-IU-lty with Francisco Conlo Kobello ill a new ti'volt. Tin' plot Involve II group of rurnlen. The lixl of wolllllleil Allielli'illlH Wan augmented In the hint nioineiilH of the lighting Tiieilny when Ml llertlui Kobcrtn wan severely Wounded by n fragment of a shell mid her father. Frederick Hubert, suuered II onlp wound from the iaiiie shot. The f.iinlly has lived lo re for rum. coin ing originally from Maine. Thomas Uihiiii, whoMe mother liven In San An tonio, was Mlghtly woiimleil. Hun dred of American anil other foreign i r returned today from the I'nited States finl assy to their home In var ious purls of the illy. Many found their residence wrecked hv shells or looted liy 1 1 1 i I ih or soldiers. .mii z inni itMiNi.n to UN I INI i; KI AOI.l TloN San Antonio, TcX.v Feb. I'.i Kmlllo VilHipM'S llollleX H proclaimed pl oVl nional president of Mexho, In u doc ument received here today, which Is purported to lear signatures of Gcn rral I lies Snla.ar an "general in chief of tlie revolutionary for'' of the mirth": liavid ilu la Flicnte. ii cond in command uml chief of the ptcst- In;,,'' ,!Z TlttV'vt ! Ionia. Chihuahua, February l.'i. I Gomez In declared ill the statement I the legitimate butler of the revolt! tioit. The names attached to the doc- .;. umelit Include those of F.mlllu Cump.i, I signing for himself and General An tonio Kujax; Col. Joxe I', Castro, I'ol. I.azara .vlany and Captain li. Guliti. Captain Cnmpa Is described as revo lutionary chief ill the stale of Pll rango, Castro representative of the relirl lores 111 the central repuldic, Alan ii.h representing 'he liberal group of Jhe north and lialiu represents the orfieeix ol the rural, -s arm of the-j north. t.i.N. in iti)i:ns Aitmvr oi m ii.ito adiii iii:nts. Laredo. TcX.. I'cb. I H. A telegram from I'elix Ina. to rev olutionai headiiuarteix here directs tliat it close ,.,.i. i. i... l . i, i r,,r i : nsta v it t 'armcmlia. Jesux I'rueta. Juan Sanchez Avopa. secrelaiv to President Madero. and) also any niembiix of President Ma deros family. If captured, the mes sage slates, they ale to lie arrested and held. j It Is understood similar instruction j were sent Ov liellcrui mug m l iriu., Ncgias, Matamoras and other border p, in! '. si N Aii: i dm n nTi: win, t'ONTINl i; IN I STKJATION. Washington, l eb. IS. A resolution to extend until in xt licceinb, r, the period if activity of til. senate spe cial committee appointed to Investi gate aliened support bv Americans of the revolutionary forces of Mexico, Was introduced ill tin ser.air lale to day by Senator Smith, of Michigan, with tile endorsement of the senate lomm.ttee on foreign relations. The resolution states that til, mmiltee has found It impossible to complete its work. Senator Umith probably will ! have one or two more witnesses In I fore the committee within the next ; few' wccl;; I jt IIIIII AIIl .ui pi xt i; my oY in: i;i:stoui:i). fhihuahua, Mexico, l"eb. PI. The change In the government at Mexico City, was decidedly satisfactory to the inhabitants of this city lifter two years of disorders and bbsines. stag nation under the rub- of President Madero. The nevvx wax received ipilet ly, however. The federal troops here. who had remained loyal to the Ma dero gov eminent, now are recogniz ing Oeneral lluerta aril (leueral Ilia. It Is expected that Hie rebels under (ieiierul Inez Salazar and tloti eral Antonio Itojas and other Insurg ents operating In Chihuahua, will reuse operations soon. The general outlook is peaceful. ta sl'AVO MAIM HO POI'l I Alt SI'l.NDI It IX XIAV YOltlv New York, I'Vb. I !'. Husiav o dcio made his Ilea do ua rtcrs in ITY ,M.. till.- oily during thi early critical period of the revolution, headed by hlx brother I'lanclxco, uml wax a promi nent figure for vveckx on upper Hroadway, and in the financial dix-trii-t. 'Fills was two years ago. Willi his father, Kraiu lsco Madero, Sr., and hlx brothers, Krncsto, Kvarixto and Gabriel, he was busy here financing the revolution and held many con ferences at his hotel uptown, presum ably in furtherance of his plans. He tween conferences he was not idle, his recreative activities leading Iilin the rounds of the "white light" district where he Was Joyously welcomed as a "spender." Word of his death was received with regret hy many In that district today. Karly In March, lilll, Guslivo Madero and his family went to San Antonio, to take charge of the revolutionary Junta there and later they Joined I'rancisco In Hie ih-ki, movliiir to the capital when the revo lutionary cause finally prrv ailed. CliX KKAIi IIIKIMA PISl.lKKK HY HKIU:I.S IV NOKTH. Kl Paso, Tex.. Fob. 1 H. Northern Mexico today awaited H settlement of the national dilemma. General An tonio Hahago, commander of the northern military r.one, wax notified of General llucrta's claim to the presidency, lie remains neutral, or dering his officers merely to keep or der. Governor Abraham Gonzales, of Chihuahua state, Is reported to have resigned. He was one of the orgMliizels of the Madero revolution. At Chihua hua city, the state capital, and at Juarez, on the bprder, the condition wax threatening. The volunteer troops appear displeased with lluerta. ns provisional president, and openly threaten to Join the rebels'. At Juarez Hit attempt fulled to disarm the vol unteers. Throughout the north, the Irregular troops, officered by many cx-insurrecto chlrfs'who ssitil in (Continued on r8 l ive.) FAVORS APPROVAL OE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION BILL Majority Report of Senate Judiciary Committee Be lieves It Would Be Blessing to Humanity, SENATOR CULBERSON REGARDS IT AS MENACE Texas Statesman Opposed to What He Teims Would Be Federal Protection for Se curities of Standard Oil Co, H Mnnilii Jmirnnl StMliil l xwt W i'r I Washington, l-eb, l!i That thep'o poxed 1 1)0, oon, lido Kockcf.dbr foau datlon for benevolent I urpox, s con stltutes the safest disposition that can be made of that portion of John l. Ito, kefellel s Imtneiixe fortune. Is (he concluxiou (xprexxed In a majority re port from the senate Judiciary com mittee to the senate today, recom mending the passage of the lt, ke f, Her foundation bill. "Tim money Is now In the control of ii private Individual who could, if lie cn ox,1, direct its use to purely pi i- Xaie enlx for a conxideralde period after hlM own death." says the report. "Instead of this he proposes lo place It, subject to congress, in control of a body of men now actually administer ing well known charities of acknowl- dgeil Usefuluesx." In in opposing report, Senator ( ul- berson attackx the proposed Incorpo ration for the Rockefeller fortune, on the ground that it might give fed eral protection fop fifty or one hnn ilied yearn to great ainountx of se curities of the Standard Oil company or other ItlouopolleX. The majority report suyx the bill hax been changed so unit all danger of an unrestricted perpetuation of the !; a K, -feller foundation Is done away with. The chohe of surrxxors to the original incorporators must be up prut til under the terms of the lull by the president of the I 'lilted States, the chief justice of Hie supreme court, the president of the senate, the speak er of the house end the prexldeiilx of Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Johns Hop kins and Chicago universities. "The proposed foundation," says the report, "is an e-.oeptloii among charitable trusts In that the element of perpetuity practically has been re moved. While It 1 eminently fitting that coligrexx should scrutinize with the utmost care the provisions of audi a character with a view to remedying defects and preventing abuses. It ulso Is fitting that eongrexx should recog nize the possibilities of Rood to this country and to humanity that are In herent In a great philanthropic en dowment, properly safeguarded and w isely administered and that It should welcome the opportunity of giving the sanction and encouragement of the government to. the great enterprise contemplated by this bill." In hlx opposition. Senator Culber son taken tlie opposite view of pro tection given the public by Hie pro posed incorporation. "It Is not sound policy to concentrate and tie up In tlie hands of u few men, such a vnst Mini of money," he savs. "sto ulso the pol icy in unsound of chartering a corpo ration with such powers and putting ho limit or restriction on the character of the vast xiimx which are to be re ceived by it and distributed without legal cheek or hindrance. Will the funds bt In part, or in whole, the se curities or the Standard oil trust or other glganllc monopolies? It seems clear to me (hat congress should not thus encourage and foster the mass ing and holding together of such vast nuances nor lend Its authority to the perpetuation of the fruits of eonililna tloiix and conspiracies against the public weal." ALLEGED SWINDLERS TAKEN BY POLICE I.o: Angeles, I'Vb. lib The aire i of two alleged confidence men today revealed what the police declared to night to In: the exist, 'rice of a country-wide swindling syndicate, with heaihiUiirlcr:, in I .on Angeles. San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Kansas City Htid Chicago. Tlie nu n arrexted were IC. C. "Poker" Davis, former pool room keeper and l.ee Hall, alias tlie "Juarez plunger." Davis was released tonight on ball. Kil ix in Jail charged with having swindled G. P. I''rlez. a retired Illinois farmer, out of $,",.110 by means of a fake pool room scheme. The poll,,; nay the syndicate has swindled visit ing tourists out of about $2fMi,0On. Locally the alleged swindler arc said. to have operated lake pool rooms. According to the police th,. syndi cate" Is compose, I of live hundred members, the local gang numbering sixty-eight men. Cipher telegrams and a code book were found on Kail which are expected to bad to ar rests in other cities. Illll lo Alxdixh Death Penally Heat. Phoenix, Ari.., Feb. in. The pro posed law abolishing capital punish ment in Arizona was virtually killed in the legislature toiiay when the sen ate. In which It wax Introduced vot ed 11 to r, to postpone action upon It indefinitely. Senator Hughes, of Pima county, who introduced the bill de clared that the Initiative would be in voked Immediately. PASSIVE POLICY IS TO BE OBSERVED T American Ambassador Will Tiansact Ordinary Business With Defacto Government of Mexico, OFFICIAL RECOGNITION WILL BE POSTPONED Washington Glad That Battle in Sticets of City Is Ended, but Caution Will Do Observed for a Time. . 1 11 Mri,h,ff .Ititirnul K,r-I.l I pm,I irr I Washington, I'eli. IH. There was I marked reaction today from the xe- vere strain under which the diplo matic, military uild naval I rani lu x of the government have be, u laboring for the last ten day, because of the crisis In Mexico. ,, hasiy consult. !iou between tlie heuls of tlie varioux de partment, conducted to some extent by subordinates, resulted In a general decision to maintain the ,xltmg at titude towards Mexico, ii, ,1 only in the diplomatic sense but so lar ax In volves the preparation of the army and navy to meet any emergency that might arise. Although state depart ment officials naturally were gratllied at the termination of the prolonged battle that raged within the heart of Mexico City, it wax d, incl unwise lo permit that sentiment to alTcct the progress of aiTang, uieiiix to ptot, c the lives of foreigners In Mexico, in case the situation should get beyond control of the new gov , i nmciit. origi nal orders to the army oft leer, to have the soldiers riady to move nt short notice and lo the transports to proceed tn their assigned destinations were allowed to stand. Probably some reply will be made by President Tafl to the personal mex xage from General Vlctoriaiin lluerta, who signed himself communder-lu-chlcf. announcing that lie had ov , r throw n the Madero Pf'-'Tiuui'iil, but it w il not he of such u nature us to constitute a political recognition of tlie new government. Ambassador Wilson Ix expected to communicate freely with Military Governor Hiiertii, to transact the ordinary business of the embassy and his example, It ix expected, will he followed by the dip loumtle representative of the other powers. Within a week, at the long est, the new Mexican congresx should be In session, in conformity with the call Just Issued by Ihe military gov ernor. I'pon the extent to which General Muerta and his supporters transfer io tne congress tne powers or gov ernment, win depend the attitude of the I'nited Slates toward the tie facto government of Mexico, If constitu tional forms are observed, if tlie con gress is allowed, without duress, to discharge its lawful duty of selecting a provisional president, r !u Hn or derly way, the congieSH provides for the holding of general elections throughout Mexico, after a reasonable period of time, at which all of the people may have a fi'"o chance to In dicate their choice for permanent president, the Washington govern ment's decision, can lie relied upon to (jive cordial and sv nipathellc support to the efforts of those now In control in the Mexican capital to establish a government on a permanent basin. Meanwhile the attitude of Ihe admin istration here will remain one of pas sive, though Interest, mI observ alioii, sibleyTecunes to disclose senator Washington, I'Vb. I !'.- liefcrrilig to the letter written to John D. Arch bold, ill which he suggested "invest ing" I l.litio which a senator desired to borrow, Mr. Sibley declined to give tint name of the senator concerned to the senate campaign committee today, I. t,t said he had lent the money him self and that II had been returned to him. The senator, he said, Ix now dead. He said speclllcally that he had never invited Senator Pulley to go to New York. but. thai In discussing pro posed pipe line legislation, Senator Hailey had asked Ii 1 in for Informa tion he did not have and he had sug gested that Senator I '.alley talk of Hie matter with officers of (lie Standard oil company. Senator Hailey voted against Mr. Sibley's vjovvx on the pipe line matter, the loiiner congressman said. Comniitloc lo Meet Wilson. Washington. Feb. IH.- It was de cided today that Tluiiuas Nelson Page, chairman of the Inaugural reception committee, should appoint suh-rom- niittee to meet Mr. Wilson on his ar rival In Washington, on Ihe after noon of March 3, and will escort hint to his hotel, Another committee will be appointed to nuet Sice President Thomas II. Marshall. Sena I e llatilh-x Treaty Willi Ira ncc. Washington, Feb. III. The senate ratified today a supplementary trealv with France, extending to I !l I X the operation of the present arbitration treaty between that nation nail Ihe I'nited States. A general treaty with foreign nations covering xunltary reg ulations for the handling of epidem ic, such as plague, yellow fever and cholera, also wan rs titled. OIRD GEN ERT PROPOSED AUDITING OF FUND RAILED B SPEAKER All I FELT Friends Urge Under of Roman L, Baca Him Not to Piesent Piessuie Reeoul of Money Spent for House, REPORT IN PROCESS OF PREPARATION NOW Adheients Hold the Resolution Passed in House Tuesday to Be Diicct Attempt to Bc smiich Character of Official, sli,li i iipllnl llnrHH of Mitrnttig .liittrnMl Santa I'e. l-'cb. 1! Gnat stir lias been caused hcle by the resolution adopted lii Ihe house ;exlerday af ternoon, h Ii, ii 1 1 v before adjournment, whhh provided for the auditing of the accounts of Speaker It. I.. Ha, a concerning Jl.Titiil turned over lo him last vear for the contingent expense of the house. The resolution, accord ing to frlendx of the speaker. Is it ,11 t ret slap n him and nil attempt to besmirch hiH character, and will prob ably be reconsidered tomorrow when tile house meets. The r poit of Ihe handling of tills fund, according to a mail close to the speaker, who last night gave a M, He ll cut to a Morning Journal represen tative, h,i be n in process of prepara tion f, r sonic time, and It Is due to Ihe b vv le ss of tlie pl epaiator that Ii had not been presented several days ago. ".Now, however. tion hax attempted upon Hie character this ma n coin iniie. since Ihe result)- to make a spot of the speaker." ii Ix not only pos Sible loll likely that its presentation Will be deferred lint!! solllf later lime. The speaker vesterdav voted for the p.isago of Dux resolution, but since some of Ills friends have been to him and shown him that It attempt to besmirch hlx chaiacter. and that It l a dire, I slap at him. lie may allow soiio. of his fn, ml on the floor to hi inn about a i e, onxidei atom t, .-morrow." The I a ca -con I iiiKcat -fun, I -resolution Incident Is not the only one that In stirring up tilings. While It Was Impossible today or tonight to learn the details of the malter, scVeiBI Hen ators of the insurgent wing are un derstood to be plottin surprise which will be sprung In the upper house today. The nat'ire of thin In un certain, 1ml it Is said that It will be directed at Ihe majority floor leader. Senator llolt. Tomorrow afternoon the district at torney and salary bills are to lie I i ought up for consideration. At least, they are on tile calendar. That Is no sign that they will be passed, tabled or even discussed. The reason for Hiis is that lo pass tlie Salary bill, even If there were enough Votes to do it, would open Up a party split wide enough for the passage ol a large-si.ed ilemoeralic hand wagon. I ll'le are too many republican Sena-, tors who are out of harmony with the liiuince committee lull us II Mauds, and rather than further Irritate these in, iiibers, the republican leaders are willing to undergo a pood deal of dis comfort. The four or live majority m-tia lorn who have signified their dis approval of , Ihe bill cnr.'y n whole lot more weight with the leaders than the eight or nine of the minority oppo sition, Willie there Is a large amount of sentiment favorable to the Page bill, that measure has adinlltcdv bill a small chance In the lower house, W hat will likely be Hie outcome of the salary tangle, if It in pushed to Its conclusion within the next few days. Is that the finance committee bill will be iiineiiled along the lines indicate, I in the McCoy bill in certain sections. It is thought that with this help Hie republican leaders can secure a suf-liei.-ncy of republican sentiment and votes to push Hie measure through the sella I ,'. Jt may be safely staled thai the bill is not going to be allowed ( come up until the majority leaders are unite sure that they are (ending ,i majority In support of Ihe bill. It Is possible that the plot mehl Ion, , abov e an di rected against Senator llolt may lu volv e the salary niallcr. KelaliVe lo the state fair bill, the odor toph' of major interest to Al bull uer, ilea ns. opinions differ. Slate Senator H.iiiii, who halls from llel palilto county, tonight mad,! the statement that there weie but nine men in th" senate w ho could be count- el upon to vole for this measure, even Including doubtful ones, other legis lators ate of the opinion that a lua Jority will be forthcoming for the measure in the xenate ' w hen the right time comes. "'No one is very ("eliatn ly selling the light time. It is under stood that, all the Influence the K'T nu I II lo county delegations in both houses can bring to beat will be used In foiling tlie passage of this mea sure, If possible, and that it may he made the basin of several political deals, wherein xuppoit for oilier niea- nut will be traded for support for till:'. Th- day committee activity to legislators lending thi; generally '.'i. ,ubi, a few llieetlligx being tile only mar ilx pence. Many of the spent Ihe entire day at- Scottish Kite reunion, the UL thirtieth, thirty-first nn, tiilrly-xee. ond lleglees being excuiplllled this inoinlug, afternoon, and evening, re. xe lively. Tonight's session ended the reunion, which li.m been n ,iv xuo ,'exxfill ollis 1'roHpect for any great mnouiit of letiblatlvc Wolk are sparse and nil promising, Satntdav Ix Washington s blrthdrtV, and already 111,, l.iwmakeix ale planning to adjourn from 1'iulav afternoon until MoudaV afternoon. That will cut tlie legislative woikirm (lav, thin week to three, but Juan J Claniev n.ild Tllesd.iV In tile hull-.,., "There never wax a leu il.n ui e. mid tills I ted legislature, .Hid their probably n, v.r will be a b chit ui e. Ill which the red wotk of th,. tension wax not done In (be last I, n ,1 , s So It makes no dilfeicli whether vv , au to urn ov it ,,, not llav ihux , (.plained hu Clatlcrv Voted for a , I , HI I II I II Mr until ENGLISH JOURNAL 1ST RELEASED BY COURT New Vol k, l eb m... i;,w.,id F Mvlius, the Hugh'!, Journalist, convict ed of libeling King Geiiige ,,f l.ng I,im, and detained at KIP Island, to day entered the Culled Stat, upon a w rit of habeas col pas, xustiilu,',) by I'edeial Judge N'oVex. Secretary N n;, i announced ax In the Cnxttci case, lie would appeal direct to Hie Mipi cine curt. Jllllte NoVcS III III decision held ','f a thai Mvllux wax not convicted ' crime Involving moral turpitude' Mvlius left Kills Island today lining Hint hu wan ready for a ib- in start In life. " The a, lion of the court In freeing me in a xlap at the arlxtoci acy of of Kuglaiid and at all forms of nion- i hp hv," he raid. ' "I or me. It amount to a vlmlicn mi." Mvliu will remain in New York r a lime. LOVETT DECLARES S Haiiiman Official Says to Give All Roads Equal Use of Lines and Terminals Would Ben fit Public. (lty Xleriiiiiii .Imirnni Niirclnt trnnrd Orf. Sad Francisco, Cal., Feb. In. "I be lieve It Would he best for Hie public to open Hies, through Irackn to all linen and give all llucx count use of terminal facilities," declared Judge Hubert S. I.ovell to the slate Mill d commission today, relative to the Sac rami iilo-San Francisco linen lor the Joint use of which for a term of Unit yearn, the 1'nloii pacific. Central Pa cllic and Southern Pioilic companion had made application. The granting of the application wax opposed by at torneys for Ih, Western Paclllc. Judge I.ovelt's statement wan In reply to a , 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 n hy H member of the com iiiIksIoii, vviiii nought his opinion, ax to whether the public Would I'e more henelltcl by grunting Ihe application for throwing these terminal linen open (o all railroads, "Hut i believe," added Judge 1 .ov ell, "that nuch an order vvmihl amount to the conlls, 'aliol! of the property of the company owning Ihe line ami ter minals." The application Is in con nection with the dissolution plan tit the I'tilon Paclllc and Southern Pa clllc under the recent order supreme court of the liiiled Judge I.ovell said the liibui planned lo buy Ihe Central of Hu States I'a. lib Farlll, system for $ I m.iiiili.iuin, assuming ib bonded indebtedness 'f J 1 1 1 1 , i , , 1 1 . i , 1 1 because It was thought the short haul lines would prove more proiii able. "If It Were simply our reach Hie I'aiillc ocean fr deslr, t. ,b where our line now ends, w-e could purchase th,- Western pioilic for a third of I iM.'tfin.oon," he added. Judge Lovelt, who lot in, liy was chairman of the iac.-iiIIvc board ol the I l.irrlina ii system, spoke for the Southern Paclllc and Central I'm lib In urging the application, as well as for the liilon Pmilic, of vvhhii lie Is How cxeellllv'e 1' h II 1 1 111,1 11. So confident do the llurCmun exe cutives fee that their plans will be proved, Mr. Lmett (old the commit tee ihat they had staked J 1 "".'" i on the Issue. A sv mil, ate of hankers has been forme, I to underwrite the puichaso before March Central Pacific by Ihe I for $ ! 0 I.IUMl.tMHI, tlie I, to foifeii lo (lie K,v ml ill, I of Ihe amount Involved, per cent for expenses, agreement fail of ratlin i r.ih. or ih, iiion Paclllc nloii Paciilc 1 per cent plus ', of I should the atlon eitliei hcle or court of tile lilll Louis. ii States dist ti. I Firemen Dispute lo He Arbllralcl. New York, Feb. pi... W. W. Att.-i . hur, vice president of the Pennsvl vanla lallroad. uml Albert Phillips. vice president of the llrotherh I ol Locomotive Firemen and Kngiucincii. will meet here tomorrow to sole, ( a third member of tlie arhil ra I ion hounl which Ix to settle, for a year at least, the dispute between tlie eastern rail loads and their firemen. Mr. Altei hurv will represent the railroads on this board and Mr. Phillips the llle- nien. Incciidlaiie Kuril llonso of Officer. Charleston, W. Va., Feb. 111. Incen diaries filed today Ihe llouxe occupied by Major J. It. Payne, of th West Virginia .National guard on duty ill the martial law rone at Dakota, not far from Paint Creek. Major Payne an,) Mm. Payne had n narrow escape from death. Two adjoining houses were burned, ., . . FOR JOINT TRACK UNDERWOOD HARSH IN CONDEMNATION OF DEMOCRATIC POLICIES loor Leader Declaies Em phatically Appiopiiation Bills Mu.t Be Passed at This Ses sion cf Con",! ess, REPRESENTATIVE MANN INDULGES IN SARCASM Republicans Say House Is Dis c m ivd and Opeiatcd Like Toun Meeting; Wilson's Views Discussed, ilr Merning Jeurlinv xprt'", ')! W In i axhiui'iou. F". lit. With lh,i house III ; (angle of rolll.'rsted llp- I To; i lat ion bills. D, oiocratlc Leader i inliivv ooi dtopped hlx laiifT work ("lav and le, tilled the demo, rain oil i lie io . ,i.iv tor speedy action on supply UleitsiU,. !u the l-olltxe of u c,,,uy with .Minority lender Mann and I!, pi escliaf is e poihli llbcri y of Ge,. iria, the latin- llllbllsteling against the appropriation bills, llep leseiilalive tiuhrwood declared em phatically It mm not the wish of President -tie, t W ilxcii that thin year' appropriation bills go over to tint democratic admluist ration. ' It In un derstood generally on (Ills piile of the house," said Mr Mann, and also on the other nlde of the house, thai it wax Hie Inspiration of tlie lb-mo, ratio pi, sidenl-elr, t to prevent the pan sago of these uppi opi laltoit blHn at this s, xsion of congrenn." "I am not here," Mr. liiibrwood leplled. "with auv authoiity to npeak for the next picsideiit, but 1 will say without having any spe, lal authoiity, that I am llrmlv convinced that any xlli ll slutrnu lit, uttlibUled to the next pi'fshlent, absolutely In erroneous." "The tune has come," Mr. tiuler vv ood eonliuued, "when gentlemen of the democratic nlde of tlie limine, an wi ll ax those on the other side, should leali.e their respolislblllllrn lo tile ineii,an people. Any tilillUSter ugiiinsl Ilicne nppioptlallon bills at this slane of Hi" proceedings Is liulu- fetixible." "Notie of then,- bills curry ap propilallonx necessary before July I. next," Interjected Kept escnlutlvo Koildelibri t) . "No," retorted Mr. liplerw ood, "but Ihln congress Is responsible for tho hills, not Ihe next congress." "ought a rcpubii, mi senate to 1m allowed lo shape thin bill with II ilemoeralic senate to meet within a few weeks?" asked Mr. KoiKP'iiorrry. "I am an intense a partisan anther in on HiIh Moor." said Mr. I mierwooii. iuil I do not believe we should al low these bills to go iiVi-r." Mr. Mann churarlrrieil the tiuilor- ity an ",l isorg.i iilso-u. ueciarmg inai the appropriation bills had been de layed until ll wan Impossible to ret them through without selling aside the rules, and thai he wan ueiiguieu to see the gentleman from Alabama. hack from hi la born in Hio tarilf Ilea lings. "Ills seivlcex ate Honly needeil here," -aid Mr. Mann. "I never -aw mole deiuoialiircd lot than Ills fol lowers have been III his nusence,. imi can't run the House oi ropier.,-, ,,- litis on the principle of R tow n meeting I O'U ale Just llndlllg it out " li.inicr Speaker Cannon alno , need the filibuster. , ST RIS J Gciman Doctor Witr, lubcrciH losis Cure Asks Opportunity to Treat Cases Where the Disease Is Visible, ll.r Moriilae Jiairiml Npm'lul t nuM Wro I liyinoiihi, Fugland, Fell. 19. Dr. Frh dried c. I'i lcdmunii, who assertl lie has dim ov ei e, a cure for tuber osi", gave all Interview today on. board the KronptinneMslu Cecllo on hlx way to America to denionnlralo (lie value of bis remedy. "1 feel that the lii st step I should take In thu I'nited Males should hu to trout rime ,,f visible tuberculosis In thn presenro of A met lean physicians. I thereby could accomplish the doithln purposo of Instructing' thein and proving tint iiicaey of the nso of livo germs. What I mean by visible tuberculosis It lung! In the knee, for Instance, which are visible to the eye. 1 shall be gbul if any doctor or Important Institu tion in the I'nited States will give me a chance to treat such cuhcs,'' Kill; Subscribe lo scull. Memorial, Loudon, Feb. in. King- George to day donated $ 1,000 to thu fund helmr raised for n. memorial to Captap Hubert F. Scott and hit four compim. Ion who died on I ho expedition t the south pole, Tho total num nub scribed now imuu!,.n to IQO,00(J, FRIED! INTS TO DEMON RATE REMEDY