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10 PAGES THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVII, No. 52. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913 lly Mull, 50 tVntft u .Monili; Single, Coplefi, 5 ( iils; Hy terrier, till t ciiIm Monili. FRANCISCO I. MADERQ M AY 1101 BE PEWIED 10 LEAVE LAN D I WAS RESIDENT ENEMIES CHARGE DEPOSED RULER WITH MURDER AND ALLEGE MISUSE OF FUNDS OF THE TREASURY President Hucrta Completes Official Family and Assumes Reins of Government With Display of Military Strength Calculated to Impress Populace; Former Officials Under Arrest Listen to Shouting of People; Rooms Are Closely Guarded and Prisoners Not Allowed to Communicate With Any One Outside; If Allowed to Leave Country, Probable That Former Chief Executive and Family Will Take Re fuge in Some Country of South America. Unit it Ih now possible t.i remit mutiny fioni America through the banks lo person In need beeauso of th,. re cent bn tt Ii-k. Whether this peaceful cnndiilon will continue. Is the HUli.tfct of much Speculation II IIKII1U StlttO official. Tilde HI'flllM to , , general foellllg thut unless BM'cln imi ut'-nicrit. In the way of desirable offices tan be lii-lil out to rebel loaders in the norih, thes,. nii-n will rrfiiM to recognize tlii' new government it ml will inntliiuo their opemthms until subdued by force. It generally was expected that Za pata would pi.. p iinriroiiiiliil.il-. Imt IiIh force, while numerous, iii-mt hus engaged In a general concerted campaign. Thi- guerilla method em ployod hy thi Zapatistas, while nnnoy Ing, are not regarded im particularly dangerous to Ihi- stability of the gov ernment. (lenoial lluerla Informed Aniha-c-a-dor Wilson yesterday that Oustavo Mailero had boon killed hy soldier wilhout order. I iifiti I Ilmita us scrted, however, that liiistuvo li.nl joined with President Francisco Ma dim In two iitternpts to hmmiink mi tt him Mill. -rial, ami had held hint ti ! prisoner for 11 whole day. i This matt-merit would seem to ex- p If i in the reason why Ambassador Wilson wan refused u toiifei ern-e with lluorlii except In the presence of Ma dero, himself, as II Indicated ihai Iluert.i was prisoner and under suspicion nt the time Mr. Wilson's le iiiesl wan made. The congress of the state of Con. hnila haw refused.' on constitutional grounds, to recognize the authority of itieneiiil llnerta and prepared to arm troops tn resist Ills Authority arid has 'appealed to the governors of other I states in tula' siiullar notion. I I II II T PTIOITinil nr rinilTllin nillunTlnnrnrn mm mr NM HON rlLDLLJ I rJVLGllbHIILIN U ! hH Nh WUi LSP flK K Htt ft Rh ' wiiisiiw I U UllllUII UIIUII JIIIU REflDYFQR PEACE FORMER DEPUTY BE RESUMED II V. E. IUHUD. UNMVW UIL WLUIUH TGHATALJA FOR CONDITIONS CALLED FOR THREE WEEKS Instil i ecto Chieftains Demand That Land Distributions, Promised By Madeio, Bo Carried Out, GENERAL OROZCO SAID TO BE STILL ALIVE Old Commnndn -in-Chief Lo cated By Ascnts About One Hundied Miles From Jam o: Story Doubted. House Adopts Resolution Di rected Against Brian Boiu Dume, Santa Fe Nevspapei Man, AMOUNT INVOLVED IS IN EXCESS OF $1,500 Lare Number Make Their Lower Body Ledslatuie, of New Bills Appcaiance in of the State lit Mi.rlllm JiHtrnul Snrel.il 1 :iil Wire.) .Mexico City, Kel. I'll. That I'ran i isen I. Mailero will got out of Mexico without having to lace official investi gations of olio charge or another, now appears improbable. Je has already l.een charged with rcsponsil iiity for the d'-uih "f Colonel KH'croll whom he is aliened to have shot at the time m' his arrest in the palace. A toin- l'raiit isco Komt ro sled for complicity today Colilnel Ar liirale guard, u arrest mi the same headway. I'lcueral was yesterday aire In this revolt and turn Vnlle, of the also placed under t lia rgc ticiieral Iihut in me into hi own late thus afternoon, so far as u iiianl festation of popular approval was concerned. Hiding "t the head of hi ! i:k;iit tons of I on j JIKXK'O AT SAX ANTOMO. San Antonio. Tex., I'eh. 20. .More than clKht torm of nuill destined to Mexico, wan shipped from the San Antonio posloffice today to .New or leariH. where It will he leshippcil to Havana and there taken ahoard a ves sel for Vera Cruz. The mail has heen 'ttv Morning 4)MirMHl iM-ftnt I P!iftfl Wlrii.l CI l'aso, l-'i h. 2n. - I'n fore coniimi l in (lie campalun in northern Mexico, Hie relicts will mall.' certain demands on the Mncrla prm Isimia I govern ment. The principal rciiuesl will he the Immcili ite appliciitioil of the land clause 111 Ihe Sttn l.uis I'otosi plan, lis formed In the Madcro revolution and later invcpteit hy all rev olut iorui ry elctneiitn. Sale of piilillc lamls on easy payments will he asked. "We will demand the fullillmelil of the land icratil el,, use .f,,r,. lakimt any sides In the matter," said Man uel I.. Lilian, former rehel emissary to Washington who reiurned late to- Mit. im. in, allla I'V Scheie Weather Pi c cuts Mil itary Opeiations Near Con stantinople, "Ihom.'ji Tin ks and Cierks Aie Actie, MEDIATION NECESSARY, BELIEVES LONDON TIMES Balkan eomiiu nancially Ex StruA.i'le, es and Moslems Be rhysii.ally and Fi- austcd by the lliirr:li, of Mi.ritittc J.titrl.l. l-'cli, 20. 'I he house this I afternoon underwent n i ..iisiilei aide seiisution in Ihe nature of a resolu tion to investigate the olTh e of th former coal oil Inspecior and parte ! hil ly eel tain payments to 111 inn II. I inline lor serv ices nllec,ed to hav e heen rendered hy him w hile m unn as h deputy coal till Inspector. The dales of the allowed paymeutH Were in mid 1VI 1, and It is claimed tl at llv Morning Jeiimul Nm'IhI J.iIIiIoii, I cli. 21. IHkril W Irt Pali ll o l,- aeciimiilatinx since train service on ' day from the rehel camp helovv mittee of deputies now has asked thai I troops, which for nine days w ithstood Maihro he forced til account far moneys expended hy the udminlstra lion. This committee called on Pres ident 'liierta this afternoon and urK'-d that Madcio he held accountahle for the depleted condition of the trcasurj. The last details of the in ua nl.a tiou of Mexico's new ijjov t-rmnenl were com pleted lit 4 o'clock this afternoon when the inemhers ol President llu erla's official family look the oath in the yellow room in the palace immedi ately ahove that occupied hy Ihe de posed president and vh president. t'nahle o witness the scenes from tl.t-ir room, M..dero .'.lid eu.i:i w cri. n Me to hear the plaudits of the crowds In the streets and in the lug sijiiare in front, nrtd the hiiKU- calls of the the attacks oi the K"Verti nienl, )i;iT. received such an ovation us had not heen witnessed here sinec the tri umphal entry of Madero at the cIom of his revolution. Crowds Idled the streets to see the march out of the troops from the arsenal, and the hlu square in front of the national palace, where ihe troops pus-sed in review he- lore the new president, mass of humanity. In the Minis which had haltered the pal ace, and s. piads of men without uni forms hurt" witness to tin- fact that I 'in had tile support of others than Milltilious yoldi' 1 s. Iieiiei .il I Halt, true to his standirm as a retired army olilcer.'was tlrm-it-tl In civilian clothes. He wiih on horse I ;u k. A tletiichmeiit of troops fol- aud then a line of carriages the direct line from Ijiredi. to Mix leu City waa discontinued, t'ntil train service Ik restored all mall from the l'nited States will he dispatched via New Orleans and Vera Crux. united nrmy. Simnla-anl ol the hlilh; in l.jillle ol the new admitiistrntion I iow ed was the frank liisidav of soldier, and I l oiitainini,' the new mcmhers of Ihi ca tit in-t SOXOHA ST ATI: X)XtilUS TO cr ox iii i:kta oovi kxmiat Cananea, Mexico, Feh. 2. A un cial session of the Sonors state con gress has heen called to determine the attitude or thf state with respect to the ascension of Oeneral Hiiertu. It will he held early next week, and . . , ...1 ! was one Bleat ) memheis l orn tins seeuoii no the line were 'state already are leavirm for Hernio- sillo, In order to he on the Kroiinu early. With the exception of Inn la toil rases of looting, rondltiotm in the stati are peaceful. Ten men un der Kafael Ciimpa looted the Noli.iles lanch of the Cananea Cattle company lust nluhl. Three European aliens ate said to have I n In the ltrty raiders. I In- elleci on the crowds was not lost, fumm-l. .l me palace, uiaz anil nis It served as reminder that even il 'llMT w'n received hy President Hu. it were not military ilichiiorshlp that ' '" ' "",st cordial manner and has heen tstahllsh.-d, the ju'esent ad- felicitations were exchanged, ininisiruth.n was of much sieriicr tl-1 1'1-''i H"ateil everywhere alont! the I n. ihan that .vhh li hud Inn f; n. "nf "' march and the apiearance of of JllH lieiierai i'ellx Ida, was anions Ihose in the yellow loom when the minis ters took the oath and heard Illicit. i pronounce the formal, time-honored phrase: "If yon keep this oath the country will reward you; If you do imi, It w ill cull you to an act oiinting." I'.cneral Jiiaz was present osli'n sihiy In no official capacity hut merely ' as a private citizen, which he hecame runny months hko, on n-signinc his commission as a general In the regu lar army. Madero uml Pino Snarez hetrayed In their faces their chaijiiu ami humiliation which they must have felt, according t'i officers of their K'taril. Neither deigned to ask ques tions an to what was happening In the room uhove, hut the conversation of the guards served to aciiiaint them with the proceedings. A sneer show id on the face of Madero. hut Ihe de jection of the former vice president was too great, uppaivntly, to permit a play of other emotions. Frodrrii-o (lonaales (larza, the. for mer governor of the federal district, is the third prisoner, occupying the room. There Is no partition. Kach man Is furnished with u hod and meals are hrought periodically and served jointly. Madero has ceased to rcl'iiNe food and so far as personal comfort is concerned, he no longer ro sisis efforts in thut direction, outside Hie rooni stands a liuard of soldiers and, although there are no windows In the room, another guard constantly ix on duty within, even at night. No one has heen allowed to talk with I ho prisoners, although their wives have hi t n permitted to send verhal mes- X.lgOK. Aladei-o has slgnilied nothing -e t-'arding his future plans, even If per mitted to leave the country. The nieiiihers of his family are equally reticent, hut those most intimate with th'-m consider It not Improhahle that the entire family will emigrate to South America, If the opportunity Is afforded them. GusUivo Madero, who w is shot yesterday, remarked on one '"fusion that South America had heen considered us u refuge, just heforo it hecame evident that the government of Poriirio Diaz was weakening. The Maderos, a limit that time, considered that they were heaten uml had made sill arrangements to huy property In ffiilh America. The treasury depart ment is at present closed, pending itfc formal delivery to the new authorities hy Ihe retiring minister of linanee, FrnoHto Madero. All the other officers "f the government are open for the conduct of affairs as usual. The arsenal has heen formally de livered over to Genera! lllanitiet, the new commander of the post, the Pine forces being roundly cheered as they marched out. Francisco Cosio Ho helo, who succeeded In attracting to hl hanner of revolt against Huerta, P'wHlhly mil riirales. Is making Ittle IMaz was the signal for a great dem onstration; Confetti ami (lowers were thrown from the halconies and "vivas" sounded in a vast chorus, in which tlie foreigners joined. At the close of the review the troops were dispatched to their harracks. The rowds continued their Jollification, thousands marched through the dovvntown district, carrying hnnm-rn and dividing Ihe "vivas" hetween the popular Idols Huerta, the president, and Iliaz the coniiiielor. All political prisoners throughout the country have heen ordered re leased hy President Huerta. One hun dred and lil'ly prisoners In the peni tentiary here, hitherto overlooked, weie discovered this afternoon and set free. ri:oi'i.i: or nil r. immhisk ATTITIDK OI' IMTi:i) STATI'.S Valparaiso. Chile, Keh. 21. The v iews of the pit ss here on the situa tion in Mexico are slimmed up hy -:1 Merciirio. which says that President Tail's reply to cX-Presidont Madero was a sensililc one and ntlils: "Mex ico inspires pity. The present situa tion there paralyzes any severe action on the part of the Culled States, whose government wishes to .show itself just and magnanimous for po litical and commercial reasons. We do not helieve in Intervention, hut If It should come we must l;Hiiiie he fore judging whether ll Is just or FOOD PACKAGES TO HAVE WEIGHT LABEL Washington, I'eh. 2(1. plain lahel Ing of food packages with the Hot weight of contents heforo they un sold to the puhlic, is roiiilretl hy a hill passed hy the senate today, which already had passed In the house. Slight rhangt-M made hy the senate will require a conference committee of the two houses hefore the measure is "ent to President Tuft fur signa ture. The proposed law w'"Ulit re tliilie the net weight and measure of the food product to he conspicuously displayed on the outside of each pack age. It would not affect pnrKnere goods sold for eighteen months after the law hecomes effective. A provision added hy the senate would give the secretary of agriculture authority to estahlish rules for the recognition of certain variations In weight of cer tain package goods selling for more than six cents. lieccssa ry tarian " it- iiicvltahle or hiiniani- i i.i.i.ixfi ol' i:i :i ii I' ovrit nou xrAi i- or maii:( Torreon, Mexico, Feh. 20. -Ceneral idlef is felt hy all classes In Torreon at the downfall of the Mailero gov. eminent. Hotter feeling is alreaiiy up. parent In luisimss circles. For many months the Madero government wus unahle to provide protection In large areas of this state. There Is evident satisfaction among the federal troops here, who remained loyal, helieving that all factions would eventually unite under a good government. DEMOCRATIC DONKEY RULED FROM PARADE SOl TIf AMr.KK'AXS WOCI D nr. Afi.uxsT ixTUivrxTiox Iluenos Ayres. Fell. 20. The news papers rejoice here In the termination of the Mexican crisis. The Trihuna, however, declares that it fears fresh troiihlo will arise and provoke Inter vention hv the Culled States, "against which all nations of South America will protest." Washington, Feh. 20.- There Is to he no democratic or other donkey in the Inaugural parade on March 4. This was decided today at a meeting of the Inaugural committee, when It was asked to pass on Ihe request of a Washington man who desired to lead a donkey, garnished with tin horns of a hull inocM. and the tusks of an elephant. Further, the com mittee decided there sloii.ei lie no other animals In the pataih aside from ; horses. This order was n-ca- sionod hy the reiiuest or nil organ. ri tion that proposed to hrlng n one eyed elephant dressed In ridiculous fashion, The committee felt that it would he beneath the dignity or the occasion to permit hiirlcsiiies of this character. Juarez. He spoke for lieniTiil J Inez Siila.ar, rd el coininnndi r-in-chief, who controls more than ;',0n0 troops now In the Held. "Mexico cannot xtaiul another revolution.-' declared I.ujan. "It would ruin the country. No matter how unsatisfactory the present situation may he, we will try to satlsly Ihe popular demand hy political rather than armed strife." The rela tion of Fiuilio VasiUez tiomez, who announced his claim to the provi sional presidency hefore (icneral Hu erta, was not mail.' ch ar. Seiior I.u jan said that Gomez was with Sula xar. While the rehel i liter had ac cepted the GoineiS claim, il was hoped to iidiusl Dial in the event that Hu erla's cahlnet would give guarantees that the piildic lands, particularly of 'Chihuahua stale, would no dlsirlhuted according to the former promises of Madero, ll was said that a concrete plan would he ollered lliierta hy a re hel delegate who will leave within H few days for Mexico City. fn the Hip lo Salazars catiip I.u jan was accompaiiied hy Attorney Manuel Garza Aldapo, named today at Mexico City as minister of agri culture. Aldape said he would delili- elate hefore aceptlng the offer. Neither Is it ocrliiin that Colonel a vld do la Fiunte, S.ilazar's chief of staff and cahlnet niemher, will accept the cahinet position olTered hy lin ertu. a telegram was received today hy honor I.ujan from Kodollo lieyes, son of tin; deceased general of that name and H Huerta cahlnet member. Iteyes assured the northern revolu tionists that their cause was in the minds of those In power at the na tional capital. lit asked that do la Flienle and Garza Aldape hasten to .110100 in occupy inelr clllilliet posi (Ions. He said (hat General llahago, eomaniler of the southern military .one with hoadiiuarters at Chihuahua City, had received orders to suspend all hostilities against Ihe rebels. The name of Pasciml orozco, Jr., was af lixed to a message congral iilaling Gen eral Diaz and General Mondragon on their activity in the Mexico City re- .'o. i.onciiu nutria was not men tioned. The message was telegraphed today to Mexico City. It was brought here by a courier rrom a point 100 miles southwest of Juarez, whore the missing general is reported hy rebel agents as Imaled. From other sources it is declared that orozco, if living, Is willing his correspondence from some hiding place in the I'niled States. were made without adeiiiate and proper servhes having been leadired to the state, The resolution wis in trotliieed by Mr. Llewellyn, ll read :m follows: , Whereas, Tin. record of the offic ii!' the coal oil inspector of New Mex h o for the years, A. I)., 1 ! 1 0 and 1911 reveals the fact that one Hrlan H. Inninc, ait alleged deputy coal oil in specior, drew from the public funds for his personal use Ihe following sums of money, lowit : For May, lulu, $:,; fur June, liilil, $:.n; for July, lulu. $:.u; for Aiigm-t, I HI a. $.11. for September, Mild. x:i.33; lor October, mm, for November, liilil, $MI.33: lor liecem hi r, in I a, $s:l.:i;i, making n lota for the year 1S10, of $,',.13 ,i;t. For the year lull, the said Itiian II. limine, drew from the said public funds, for use as set forth above, as follows: 1- rom January 1, lilll, lo Iiecember 31, 1911. the sum of Js:i.3;i t-3 lor each of the said mouths making a to tal sum of 1, mil) for Ihe ahl year of 1911. making a total amount pishl to staid Hrlan II. Imrine, of J 1 ,!i.'t;:.;!2, a lid. Whereas, Tlie said Hrlan II. limine, alleged coal oil inspector as afore said, is at the present time a resident of the oily of Santa Fc, N. M., ami while so residing In said city, Is hold ing a position of trust and great ro spoiiNihllily wit i, one Itronson M. Cut ting', an alleKed millionaire and the al- og d owner of a certain dallv now? I'lilly Mull, from I i.u daiiel I, s snytlluit Ihiriy llv ii Greek transports aie wall ing at Mllvlcnc with the int. ul luu, the correspondent believes, of liiiuliiiu troops at lteslnii ha). The landing ol these forces has been delaved h weath"!' com l it ions. Twelve thousand troops are being transported from 1 1 I ii i Gallipi li o the town of I i.u dam-lb s, they while several thousand others, Willi AMHAKS ADOIt AVI I. SOX SAVS ('OM)ITIOXS Altr. IMPHOVIXO Washington, Feb. 20. The Mexican capital rapidly lR returning to normal conditions, according to reports of Ambassador Wilson to the state de partment. Mr. Wilson s dispatches an nounce that (pilot prevails, that th" police have resumed their duties anil PRESENCE OF POISON SHOWN IN-STOMACH Kansas City, Feb. 20. An examina tion of the, contents of the stomach of Chrlsman fvvope, disclosed therein a small amount of cyanide, according to the testimony of l'r. Walter Haines, professor of toxicology In the Hush medical college, Chicago, who follow ed lr. Hekttmn on the stand at the Hyde murder trial today. He said further tests showed also the presence, of strychnine. Dr. Haines added that Ihe fact that the hotly had laid in n vault three weeks would exclude the finding of poison In large quanti ties In the stomach, hut there was "sufficient poison to have caused death." It was Dr. Haines who con ducted the analysis for poison In the viscera of Colonel Swope and In the ejects of Margaret Swope. An ana lysis or the latter, he said, showed unmistakable traces or strychnine. roi.ovix ono.co in idi s TO HI ( OGXI.i: lll l ltTA. Laredo, Tev Feb. 20. Kevolution ary leaders In control of Nucvo La redo announced tonight that they would recognize General llmita as provisional president. He has been so notified, and the troops there under the direct command or Pascual Oroz co, Sr., and Andres Zarz Gallan. are placed under his orders. A statement was fssued rrom the headquarters of the lev tdul loiilstA two days ago in which it was declared that Huerta was not acceptable to them ami that tin campaign would be continued until another man Was chosen as chief ex ecutive of the republic. This decision was rescinded at a conference tonight when (t was decided that recognition of the present provisional president Would be to Hie best ' interests of the country. Gen. Geronlmo Vilnrcnl, Col. Andres Gaian and Col. Pascual Orozco, Sr., at tended the conference. Senor Galan, acting as spoke.-m.in. made this state ment: "The revolution in Mexico by Gen eral Diaz was in accorunnce with the entire revolutionary movement in the north, carried on by. Pascual ( irozco, Jr., and others. "We will send our representatives to the city of Mexico ,-.t the earliest possible time to confer with a Jjlaz -omniiltee. Pascual Orozco, Jr., will send n committee. Whatever Felix Diaz does, will he entirely satisfactory to Us and if he is In accord with lliier ta we will support him loyally," pi- lier printed in said city of Santa Fe, said daily newspaper Ifiliig a stren uous advocate of honesty and purity in public affairs, uml Whereas, It is currently understood and believed that the alleged coal till inspector above mentioned and refer red to did not Inspect a single gallon of coal oil, or render any service whatsoever pertaining (o Ills said al leged position as coal oil inspector, but thai he, I lit- said Mi lan II, limine, al leged coal oil Inspector, appropriated the entire amount, towit, Il,ri.l3 ;i2 i'i bis own personal use without render ing any service lo (he public whatever for Hie sain.', ami Whereas, The taxpayers of New Mexico ,-lle now burdened Willi ex cessive taxes and il being Important that every dollar possible be golton Into the treasury of the state lo mnol thi already heavy obligations con tracted for, Then-lore, lie ll Kesohed, That the honorable speaker of (his house of representatives, lie and he Is hereby I empowered lo appoint u fommlltoo of five members of this house, whose duly il nil tl 1 1 he, lo fully Investigate the facts as above set forth as to their truth or falsity and said committee Is hereby empowered to call for persons and papers and to subpoena wilncsscs and to administer oaths lo said wit nesses, ami Pe It Further liesolved, That In Ihe e'.'i ill that the t harges herein contain ed are proven, that the speaker of tills house shall certify sukl tindlngs to the attorney general of New Mexico, who shall Immediately upon the receipt thereof, lilt- or cause lo hi- filed, a suit against the said Hrlan 11. Dunne, al leged coal oil Inspector, aforesaid, for the recovery of the said sum of $l,r,:l.'l.:i2, with legal interest thereon ami to tuke such rurthor action as may, in his opinion, he for the best Interests of the state of New Mexico. I'pon motion, all reference, to Uron soii M. Culling was eliminated and the scope of Ihe resolution so extended as lo take ill the general activities of the coal oil Inspector's office. It was then lilll pled. Almost i lie first business of the house was lo h.-ar a message from Ihe H. itri blights, are being ties, ia d lied by land toward Itesika hay. The same paper's Constant inople correspotidriil -ays it piaotiiitiiv is impossible for llyhilim to lie resumed at the Tcbalalja lints fur at past three weeks. The Tunes believes that F.uropcnli mediation between Turkey uml th" llalkan alius Is likely to accompany or follow mediation between Bulgaria and liounuini.i. Iiieieising financial and physical exhaustion of all the bel ligerents and the failure of either side to obtain any effective military re suits, make It mole likely, in the opinion of the Times, that Hie bellig erents w ill wt Ii ome Kuro, .can Inter vention, espeelally as the severe wen I In-r Is unfavorable for lighting. A Solla dispatch to the Times says that In lore resorting to arbili alion, Ihe Bulgarian government Intends to make am tin r elloil to sonic the dis pute by direct negotiations Willi (loo ma ilia. E 10 ELECT S IS SCHEM NTS HOUSE MEMBER. ARRESTED Afternoon Session of Lower Body of Legislature Scene of St'iiStitioiKil Incident Yester day Afternoon, SOLON IS RELEASED ON HABEAS CORPUS WRIT Ptesiding Officer Declaies the Lincoln County Repiescnta tive Must Aioloe,i;e Befoie lie Can Resume Seal, Itiirrtlll nf Mnnil ,( .l.iiirnal 1 l-'t h. :il. -The climax of development prounoslleati-d as ''ly to be mused loilav hv Mr. I'.lail- ISIiilr I .H.U..I San I ;i C tin like i bald's auditing milt... resolution of Tuesday was reached this ufier "". wh. n Mr. 111. iih bard was order, ed plaeed uliih r lil le.it hv Speaker II. 1., Ilae.i, who haw iM tb,. resolution u slap at him and who refused to rei'og iiie Mr. I '.la in hard on Ihe Hour. Mr. ltlancharil rose to a point of order, hat was ruled down !'e persisted In iiddii'ssliig the t hair, II,. was then airesled l.y the sergeant al-arms, I lit city mar-.hai. who was on the scene, falling to tunkii the mrcst when or dered lo tlo ho by the speaker, who Is acting mayor or the oily, lllam luird tonight secured u v, rit of habeas cor pus, returnable at a o'clock tomorrow morning. Metinvviiile he Is nt liberty on his own rocotinUaiice. Tim uff.'ilr took place within n short time, hut its effect Is likely to be far rent lilng. As nniicipaicd. a rot-onsttle ration of lilaiuhard's auditing tummittce reso lution was proposed and put through hy some of the speaker's Iriciuls on the tbior. AH the members present, ex cept Messrs. Catron, Hnrg and Hlau I'll.ll l, voted for tbe let oniideratloil. The members then being heloie lint lloil-e, Mr Clancy liloVtd that I! be Irulotiuitcly tabled. This was cairied b.v a large vole, Speaker Ibo'a then in read bis report of tin- II.MIO contingent us hah. la fast vcar by "This is In order lo idea lll.il some people might I ha I I Mole anv' money," lu askell Ihe lol K Ihe handling of filial d. old in h b t'l'lllltlVO ii. 'I. (I 'pel Ihe still hav e, If ILL Piosiessive Leaders Refuse to Enter Combine With Repub licans to Put Acioss Two Paity Candidates, (llv MnrtiiiiB .Imirnitf pfclul Sprlngliebl, III., fob. .euKfil W'lr. I I , ' " ' - sive leailei's pt'ovenlotl today Ihe elec tion to Ihe Culled Stales senate of I.. V. Sherman, republican, for the long term and Crank II. l-'inik, progressive, for tin. short term. They refused to enter Into a nimhl iiatlon with the republicans until furnished tbe nanus of meuibers whoso voles would make such a oom Itl no t li i ii a success. I'pon their re quest 1(1-1 MM dollied, they replied thill niey were not ready today to go on t senators, resolution, the two gislatiirc iMl.loiirneil lav. poi I w ill lie iii tlie hands Hid Itnvbody who wishc lo (dei joint the le Wcilllo with plans I'luler ll houses of until next A letter il' received lolliglll b Secretary of Suite Harry nods linin VA'il'iaiu .1 i n n i ii -h ISr.wiu, iirulug tli in -iMiatio legislators not lo consent to any aureeinont width would give Oo long term I'nlleil Slabs scnal nrshlp to any nihil Ihan James I la in l ll i m said. "Thl'i r of the clerk can see It." 'Ihe report showed the payment of Ihe entile sum in amounts varylm; from J 1 ft lo more than ."illii lo u, number of men, all of w limn are Spanish-Americans. In the leading llirt clerk did not specify for what purpose Ihe money was paid to any of (hem. Altai hed to the report Iti rtl receipts for cut h pa menl. Mr. Clancy offered a resolution ap proving the report. Mr. Young moved lo amend tit,, motion of adopt ing this I im.IiiI ion, so as to place the report lu the hands of the flimiun committee for auditing, tin motion of Mr. Clancy, this was tabled, Mr. Ca tron wanted lo nnikt) the resolution ipproving the report, il "Joint resolu tion," as he said the report was mailt to Ihe whole legislature and not Just lo one house. The speaker ruled him out of order, saying he wan reportimj to the house only. The resolution wus adopted. Mr. I In on then spoke n few words of thanks to the house for Hu treat ment of Ihe mutter. It was in these remarks that Mi. Ola in-hard found something to w hich excepted. In an Instant hfi was on his le. t, sav ing, "point of order, Mr. .speaker." Ho said more but, what It Ho lien,, 1 1 1 primary enn- t know how tlov el all. ail taking "but i do not opinion that oi nor Wll palt," said hesitate to the demo- House Joint j I fees resold- of the rules i the iinieiid- seliale lo the effect that ll had pass ed, after amendments, Kesollltion !, the COllllSe t fori. Cutler suspension Ihe house concurred In im-nis. Messages from the, governor were rend, urging Unit funds he set aside for Ihe proHoeuilon of the New- Mexico-Texas boundary suit ami for Ihe payment of the costs of creeling gnu shells foi the. Koswell battery. The 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h r -eommenileil were J 7 , 5 U 'f and Jii.filia, respectively. A further message from the senate, read aO' i' the beginning of the Itlan rhiird Imbroglio, announced the pas sage of Somite Hill l.'ll, providing for (CoiillKiicd oil Vujt Two.) I ow ls. illdate. "I do in son may f the letler, express my i nils of the stale, having selected Mr, I. owls for tlie long- term, should not consent to any ai-.reemeiit Oiat would give Ihe deinociats only one or glve It to any one else other than the per son selected by the people." Minw In Northern New Trinidad, Colo., Feb. '.'" Inches of snow lias fallen t i n Colorado uml noi l hern loo since I 1 o'clock last heaviest fall In ten years, ri ported o have suffered liailloads lu this section as fast as j-oii want,' Mexico. Sixteen ll) solllll- New Mix night, the Stool, h lint Utile. ile main tulnlng near schedules. A thin simw Is railing tonight. No lull I ice Imlii lloenls Ill-till ill d. Chaihsioii, V. Va., Fob. I'D, A special giaml jury III Ihe intermediate limit. Investigating allege. I senatorial and legislative bribery charges, ad journed late today wilhout letiirning any further indictments. Tomorrow Is Ihe last day of (lie regular session of Ihe legislature. IVofi'ii-lillal I'Ihii Itojivleil. Concord, X. If., Foh. I'r. The sen ate by u vote of 1 ft to !l killed the hill providing for a preferential vole for Culled States senators h.V the people oil March 11, was was lost. "Sit dow n, you're out of order." ea Id the speaker. Mr. lilanehnrd acaln said some thing which was also lust. "Sll down, or 1 will have Jou nr reeled," said (he speaker. "If you answer nie uguln, I'll Jiiivo you arrested," said the speaker. Mr. Hlauehard had. Hat down, hut w hen the threat to urn st him wan made, he Inimedlalely lm, ,.'.-tl haclc inid then arose and uddrtsva Hid chair: "lo ahead, he said, "City Marshal arrest (hut mnn," stihl the speaker. ) continued to deniunj. the arrest of Hlaiiehartl, nB the mar shal showed heslfaney moving fur ward, Tin- miirsliBt and sorgoiiut-nt-arms advanced on Wunelwrd, vho re. mained Mlauding ot his desk. Th speaker ordered nthrrs who hud arisen to sit down, Charles C. Catron uml Judge ii. T. Toombs weru out In front "f (hi ir (leaks netir Mr. rdaiichard. They spoke to thn marshal and Inv wi iil back through the dour juto th ComiUttleo rooniH. Tlie speaker continued hn remark, saving Hint ho proposed to keep ti dei. Illanchaid uppcalod from tint decision of the rhuir, but them xa nothing doing. Finally the sorge.Hit-at-arms, after motioning to those who w orn still standing, to sit down, start -ed back toward the speaker's tloi-k without tirresliiiK lllancliard. Then lo turned, went hack to Hm repot seda tive, who wns iignin sitting in his seat and arrested him. Jilamliard went With him quietly, lioutine business proceeded for a fevv minutes, (hen Mr. Catron rose and nftcr reading the rule relative lo Urn case, appealed t. the hotisa to lak. .) Mr. Hlant hnrd'a appeal. Ho said thm Ml', Ci ti.t J ljad am-ujvd Irvm wm ... '' .