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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVII, No. 53. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913. I!y Mull, 50 lent 11 Month; Klnulo Copli', 3 O'lilsj lly I under, (em Month. T " .1 i MFTHflflQ IIF PIWIRIfl niA7 Til II MILIMUUU U I U 1 1 1 IIIIU uiiil iu: , BE EMPLOYED BY HUERTA 1 FOR RESTORING ORDER 111 nil AfiTin nr.ruinn III bnfiUllb IEAIUU ! NEW PRESIDENT DECLARES HE WILL USE SUCH MEANS AS MAY BE FOUND NEEDED FOR PEACE Report current That Madcro's Private Secretary Has Been Executed at Pucbla; Generals Who Captured General Felix Diaz at Vera Cruz by Treachery Are to Be Placed on Trial by Military Court; Emissaries Are Sent to Governor of Coahuila to Induce Him to Accept Present Conditions; Also an Army Is Entrained for Saltillo to Enforce De mands of Government Shou'd Resistance Be Offered There. II. Mirnln Ji.l.rni.l tpiil I nitwit Vlr I Mi xl. n City, Feb. 2I.--Th.it tln nw .(Illlinlsll.lti,,ll ill Mexico expects to use tlii' iiK'thmlM of Foiiirio Diaz, 'i f;ir as Is possible 111 governing the country, w;i inaili' evident tody ill n conversation 11 oViMltHIIl I I'llHidl'Ilt lluerta tiinl with newspaper men. President llilclta declared that III) natter what tin1 cost should In- or who the mi'ii were who )ui Id it. pence would he restored In Mexico. 1 1 sairi It was tliK a in li 1 1 ri that when hi' lift the presidency people would nay of him: "He Iuim restored order through out Mexhn, itiii ill' safe tin- Investment of money ami rendered secure thr iH cm Mini Interests of all. hoth for-. ClglU'l'S U 11(1 MfXleUllS." (,'n linly ami dlspassinna tely, (h-nornl lluerta outlined his program for tin iiso of thi' iirmv in restoring ami 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 ur oiihr. Id' ailniltti il that 111 tun ny liurtH of tin- republic, when the news of thr i hanue In government hail not 1'ifii received, It was not In lu'iodl with peace. To them sections, hi' said, he would mi ml emissaries in an it 1 1 -in it to 1 r i 1 1 about urilor, or il necessary, troops would ho dospu t.-hed to Until to Infoi m thr people of the Rovernment's ib sires. . "1 want to restore to Mexico that uninterrupted run out of rh In s which Is h"f rjghl." tin- president continued, mil to bring alioiit such i. .millions In thr rountiy th.it all thr diplomats will frrl that their nations an- so eure." The 1 siil i nt iirel.il il that he fa vored, u free press ill Mexico, satinu that in n antagonistic organs w o: o ile.siralile, since from them tin- admin istration might learn of n i otherwise mi-lit 1 e hidden. An emissary of Provident left toilny for Saltillo. eapital state of Coahuila, hearing a I s that 1 1 II ft :l of the It. r to !nv el'tlor X'cllostialul l'ailana, who IS reported to he lal siiik all army to light the how letter a linal the governor's eaiyerniuriit. rl'l'iill is 111. tile adhesion to (In 111 this to gain new re gilnr. A train loaded with troops, on lis wai to Saltillo from the als.. Is a pita I, and in the event that C.overnor far ranza maintains his altitude of npposi lion, these men wii lie used against him ami his followers. (ielielal Felipe Angeles. tol'iorl . .commander of the army operating at 'iirrnayaea, niul (ieiieral Jit,oUin Kau'sto ISellrati, former emiiiiiander of the federals at Vera ('I'll, are lo I'e fuhjeeteil lo an iii'i iiity h.v the mili tary court. (Ieiieral lirltran will ht tiled for tile part he played ill al taekinjf Vent Cruz last .year at the time of the Ill-starred uprisiiiK fo mented hy Oeiieral Diaz, lie Is ac cused of misuse of tile while Haw l capturing Vera Cru". prisoner of Heneral was liroimht to the luaiiied iiicareerated and making a Ilia, win, later capital and re until the recent 111 the downfall eharyeil at the revoll which ended of. Madero. It was time that lhar.'s rev dt failed. Diaz helieved that llcltrans forces would .loin him. l'.eltran and his men, under a riaii of truce, were permitted to en ter Vera t'rnz and Diaz was seized hy the federal eoiunia nder and placed In prison. 'ieiieral Angeles will he tried for failure to ohe.v an order of (Ieiieral Huerta to report to the palace with his forces on the last day of the lu cent fiKhtlnn in the city. Cell, lluerta intended to Bet An Keles to the palace as a part of his' plan for enilinn the l.attle. Amides is confined In the same room In the Palace with ex-I'resideiit Madero. Senora Madero, wife of the ex-president, and Senora Snat'ez, wife of the tx-vlce president, today for the first tinir- since their hushaiuls were ar rested, were permitted to visit them In the palace. The visits lasted an hour and were private. When the w-oiiirti left the palace, they appeared to he deeply a ppreheiisi e as to the fate of their hushamls. KOSTI III H.KV II I. Sl H'OI'.T .o i:i;mi:nt or in i ict v. NoKales, Ari'... Feh. 2 l.l'olonel Kmilio KiK-terlltstkv. former rurale coiiimandrr ill sonora under President rortirio Diaz and one of tlie slroiiK ( st supporters of that regime, is said to he the I'-ader i.r tlie faction' n hieh will contest tlie attempt hy the stale congress t,t Jleriiiosillo next week to ilei lure anainst the lluertu uilmlnls traiion, Kosli rlit.ky s iittitliile heeame known today when he wax charged with inivltiK suppressed tlie manifesto reported to have heen issued ly tloV einor M.i ton-no, of Sonora, declar ing adherence to Madero utul iiskiim the people of the slate not t.; ."import the new administration. A report fri in fallaiira today states that the municipal council of that city adopt ed n resolution not to rerounlze the authority of I'residi nt lluerta. Fourteen hridues on the Mexico Northwestern railroad were Imrned today l.y rehels lictweni the American lumlierinif towns of I'eaisin and Ma dera. The ('anailiiin-Kniilish owned mad had heen nearly r nisi ructed and ready for operation after a shot down of many weeks. The Mexican font en I railroad remains open from Juarez lo .Mixiio I'iiy. unly pasxcniii r trains are In operation, however, as an itoleiinlte etulartto on fieluhl cx tHts at this port. Shortnue of train clews. Is riven as the rrasoit. Few Amrti.aii nt'iimrs are urriiliK here. FATAfoUANTITY DP Ifl e Dean of Michigan University Medical School Declaies He .Found -Ncaily One Grain of Poison, Hi- M. ruing .Ti'iirnal Simm iuI t riioi'il lrr I Kansas ( "ity. .l".. l-'cli. 21. -Knuiigli poison was loiiial in I'oloncl Swope's liver to have raie-ril death, aecord ilM to tile teSlillloa of Dr. Victor C. X'iiughan, dean of tin- meilie.il school In the t'nlvotsity of Michigan, who Was placed on the stand hyttlie state today In the Hyde murder trial, He testified that an analysis of Colonel Suope's liver showed fi2-ihi of one grain of strychnine. "How much str clmliie eoiistilutes a. deadly dose'.'" asked Senator Iterd, of counsel for the state. "due-half or II I! -til! of I grain." the witness responded. Tile stale will finish its case III tlie Hyde tt"al next Monday, It was an nounced today. (inly six more witnesses for the prosecution are to he heard, ''ne of the witnesses who may he put on the stand tomorrow'. Is one who did not appear In any i,r the former trials and III, out whom there is consiilera lile mystery, lie is Dr. A. J. Wcssner, hut where he Is from, the lawyers for the state refuse to say. It was announced that he would present testimony in relation to the notions or coluhina I Ions of poisons when taken Into the hu man hodv. MRS, PANKHURST IS HISSED AND CHEERED London. Feh. 21 . Mm. Kmmeliue I'ankhurst. the militant suffragette, who has declined that she was re sponsible for the dynamite explosion which recently wrecked the home m Surrey of David l.loyil-( ieorii". chan cellor ol the exclieiiuer, met with a mixed reception at a meeting held to night in the Chelsea town hall under tlie allspice- of thr Women's Social and political union. Io n Mrs. I'ankhurst appiarod on the platform she was greeted with groans, hisses, veils and eheering. and only a large force of puliee in the hall prevented the hostile section of tile audience from attacking her. When she left the hull. Mrs. I'ankhurst twitted the authorities for heing afraid to take ad vantage of her assumption of re sponsil'ility for Mowing up Mr. I.lovd ( Join-go's house and semi her to ,1ail. She declared that short of taking hu man life, the militant sul'tia gi ttrs in tended to do evi n tiling possilde t.. settle once and for ail the political status of the women of tills country. STRYCHNINE SwOPES LI HITEO 5 TIT M PART OF ZAPATA S AUFNRP flFATU BLANGHARD UTEWME FOR PROTECTION OF IDERO Harsh Tieatment of FormeilOne of Foimidable Bandit's President of Republic Vvil Not Be Toleiated by Wash ington Government, AMBASSADOR WILSON SO ADVISES HUERTA Refusal of Andicw Johnson to Take Steps to Pieve.it Exe cution of Emperor Maximil lian Is Not Parallel, 1t Meriting Joiirnw up!-" Wlr.t Washington, Feh. 21 Intervention of the I'nited Stales government to secure Justice, or at least fair trial for fallen President Madero of .Mex ico, as announced hy Secretary Knox at the cahlnet meeting today, was an unexpected development of the slate department's policy in regard to that lepiiliile. As recently as yesterday, It was announced that there was no In tention to depart from the policy of lion-Intervention In the Mexican trouhles. It appears, however, that this .statement was hased oil the lint ural assumption that the newly est,-. h- I lished Mexican government would ob serve the amenities of civilized war fare in its treatment of prisoncis of either high or low detree, n ml when the killing- of (iustavii Madero gave ground for genuine a pprehensjon for the fate or the ex, resident, It was felt that the time had come to si retell forth a restraining hand. The administration feels that it has not In any manner departed from its policy or strict neutrality. Its action was purely Impersonal, and probable would have followed as surely had (ieiieral Diaz heen captured by Madero and threatened with death without the process of law. The fact is, tl i-'h not officially admitted In an official manner, the state department did bring to bear In Il K nee w hieh saved Diaz from death when he Was ruptured by tliner.il l'.eltran at Vera ('I'll', last fall. It is believed that the .Mexican people themselves, after the heat of the com bat is over, will be the first to express gratitude to tlie Fulled States govern ment for preventing the placing of such a blot upon the reputa ( ion of their country as would follow what practically would amount to murder of a deposed president. It is recalled in Home quarters that the action of the nilmiiiistriitioii in .Madeio's case is precisely the reverse of that taken forty-six jears ago, when President Andrew Johnson re fused to intervene to prevent the shooting of the unfortunate Kiiiperor Maximillian. wlio was. by a singular coincidence, In uayed by tlie military leader. (Ieiieral l.opez, who was hi main reliance. In that case, however, it is pointed out that Maximillian was in Mexico greatly against Hie will of the Pnijed Slates and also that he was tried by a legal tribunal ill the form of a court-martial. While il is hoped that Ihe lluerta government will In aide to draw to its support all of the revolutionary lead ers of the north and south, the ad ministration continues under the he licT that prudence dictate.- the contin uance of the military and naval pollc.v of preparedness. Pursuant to this. Ihe first and lift it brigades of the army remain under preparatory orders for foreign service and the three army tl a nsports which are due to arrive at (lulveston early next week will ho re tained tll'-re, reitdy to emhark troops ut a moment's notice. Madero will not be railroaded to jail, throw n into a, mad house or sum marily executed by Provisional Pres ident lluerta,-according lo reports to day from Amhassailor Wilson. The ambassador reports Madero will be given a fair trial and possibly the worst fate that awaits him will be exile. Secretary Knox, with the approval of President Tali, has Instriictc.i Am bassador Wilson to convey to 1 1 , . rt a in diplomatic terniH tlie intimation tuat the t'nited States would seriously ob ject to a summary execution of Sen tence on Madero. It was not felt here that tlie for mer president should he slaughtered or (nit out of the way for clinics which seemed purely political, with out u fair and open trial. This view was ma'de plain to Huerta and the fact was not concealed that the I'nited States looked with disfavor upon the shooting of (iustavo Madero, the is- resident's brother. TAFT DECLINES TO PARDON OFFENDERS I Washing-ton, Feb. 21. -- President ji'al't declined to pardon or commute 'the sentences of Frederick A. H'.de and Joust H, Schneider, c.nv Icteil in this city In lldis of conspiracy to de fraud the I'nited Slates ill c. ill licet Ion with lands in California and i in gon. This action marks the loss of a light extending over four years to set aside a sentence in Hide's ease of two veins In prison a ml a tin.- of $D).iimi. ami in S.iiniefb-r's case of r.uirteen mouths in prison and a line of JI.imiii. Tin- case reached the I'nited Slates supreme court. It eisr of appeals and the ap plication for pardon, tin- enforcement of sentences had been postponed. TO SUPPORT AT ADDITIONAL OF HUERTA iDERO IS DEVELOPMENTS nir ni ii 11 Generals Declaies Allegiance to New Government of Mexi can Republic, FEDERAL TROOPS SENT TO SUPPRESS REVOLTS Madeio's Stilling Bi others RepoiteJ Jp Rebellion in Coa- ila; Governor of Aeaias Calientes Hostile, ltv Murnlnn Jimrniil SMrl,i! mmiI H iri Mexico lily, Feb. 21. --Pali of Ihe Xapatistas lime Joined funs with the Hew adinlnlsil at ion. News was re ceived tmlay at the national palare that Julian I'arhaeo, leader of th federal army .it Cuailla. slate of Mo nies, who was one ef tlie lust to de clare for Felix Diaz, has succeeded ill winning over manv of Zapata's fol lowers. Pacha',, will ue this force with his own, which is moving on i'ii crnavaca, to occupy it hi the name ol the llurlia gov eminent. Fmllinno Zapuia, himself, sent wold to the eap ital that lie was sati-tied with the new regime, but he rnpiested thr removal of liovernor Pattiilo la.vva, ol Mo nies. Keportr. from the north conlirm that Veiiostiuno Caiiaiiza, governor of the state of Coahuila. is raising all al'lliy of rebels to light III ro-i iprl a I ion Willi lories being assembled by Ma dero m brothers. Call.llu.l is said to have as many as liiia men vv ho are using Saltillo, the .is his base. It capital of Coahuila, is as'-umed by the oortets here. who gov eminent s sup alarmed at thr ti port, that Car- lanza will have tin- support ot dov- einor Vlllaieal, of the stale of Nocvo bun, f.iilirr-iii-law of Cuslavo Ma- lli lo, leirntiv executed. Neither of these iio-i, lias at his command a n gnat number of regular troops. I'b, government has despatched forces lo ch to tlie insurrectionary eetiiet ' k tlie movement and also t" Aums Calientes, where ilovnuor pu eiiles Is hostile to the new administra tion, although he has taken no active steps towards a counter revolution. i i itTiirit i i i:ir is M iu: to r ii v voitnn i: mm i s. Kl Paso, Tex. H o. 2 1.--A no! h. r play for put iucatiop ..f the northern revolutionists was made tmlav. i.en- el'.ll Felix I laz ill lied I IV o I ebi I 1 rp- r sriitaliv i s to hurry to Mexuo City. This is limb rslood to he in addition to two northern rebels appointed on Huei'ta's labinet, neither ol vv liom hale accepted- Who the delegates vv ill he Is not del bird. The message from Diaz was sent originally to Col onel Pas. ual irozi o, sr.. at N'uevo l a redo, who transmitted it loie t" l;i cardo Conn". Poluilo. the vounger (iiozco's personal agent. pebels and federals In northern Mexico remain In the same positions as before the Mexico City revolt. r brl agents heir. pcnkinK for tin- miss ing (irozco and (liberal Salaar, the in ting coiiiinanilcr-ili-chiel', insist that the northern revolution will await the netluu ol those in power at Mexico lily. Their demands regarding laud grants are being formulated for pre sentation by the delegates to the na tional capital. At Juarez today, placards, ileiioulie. Ing the army, were posted on the principal streets, only to be torn down hy police and soldiers. They chalked the army with treachery to the coun try, embodying an appeal against mllilarism. The volunteer troops air charged h.v Hie regulars with the au thorship of the posters, Increasing the already gnat. Ill feeling between the two fai tioiis. soot:. ;i i itNou ; ist M W Ml All t.O IKNMIM. Tucson. Ariz-. Feh. 2 !.--( iov ei imr Xlayiorena, of the state n( Soiioia. is sued a proclamation to the people today urging them to remain loval to Xladcr.., us tl"' only legally const il u! e,l . resident ol Hie 1'epill lir of .Mexico. The proclamation was taken In well informed . Ii.ics as an Indication of the action ..r the Sonora stale con gress, which will meet in special ses sion Monday al Heriiioslllo. Soioua oll'icials hav e been inlorno d that ; i. -oral Huerta intends to send troops to enrm-ce recognition ol' the provisional goyeri'.incnt. The commander of tin troops in the mililary .oho whihe comprises Solium Is a broth. -r-ln -la vv of Mayloreiia. however, ami It is ex reted he will resist. FUNERAL ARRANGED FOR BISHOP HOG AN Kansas CU-. Feb. 2 1. --The funeral of Pishop tlogllll, of Ihe (Holes.- of western Miss. on I who died today, will be held Monday morning from the calhedlal. I'.aliiil will be ( Si. Mart's cemetery here. After high mass Sun day, Ih. bod1 w"l I"' taken from the Fplseopal residence to the cathedral, where i will lie In state until the lilll- eral. Ilishop llogaii, a year and a hall ago, wrote detailed directions regardifig his lom ral and these will I... car. full, carried out Tlie ruin ra I will he h-id Willi all tin- pontifical crrnnonies for a .1.-. sed prelate of the Catholic church. .It Is expected that t.-n to twenty bishops and 2 o o juirsts will be present. MIL UL UL 1 1 1 nr miPTMin m uuuni: mid Pioihio,ial Piesidenl Hueita Confiunted by New Revolu- tion in the Republic of Mexici PORFIRIO DIAZ TO ! His Attorney C'Hcb RuK ol RETURN FROM EXILE (l( gslattne to Sustain Cunteutinn Hint While He Is Not Fxpeeted toj Action Was Hcwaiia.iM. Mix in Political Allans of the! ' , ' , ., ...'pliilt t illillill Harriot nt Vbmil . .1. nirn.il Pmmhv u fuunv U I s.iot.i l-c. Feb. 21. A hint ol adiii- vvaiuiiji no -v Complicate the Situation, lly Moriilni J..uri,, ,'iiel'il I wd W irr I .- pianehald tills moiniic: after In- .Mexico CUV, I'll'. 21. -U i 'il taill ! .,. ,(.,Hrd llolll the (Ust.'dv that tlie new adminisli.itioii In McMio'i.f tlie seigrant-at-arms of thr lioiu-r. must deal with a new revolution, in ! f"i g ,v , ,, bv the speaker and vv ,, u. ,b., r. (..mints i.f the old I his seal II, the house. The statement I j ione Three Hovcrnois ol siati-P In the I iiioiblii formallv have refused to n oi:nie I'rov i-ional I'l. sideiit llm rta, I '""':'1 Ii'-"1"" '"""Shut lam not withdrawing an.vthmg !,!, e others are doubtful. , have all Iv said. I believe and two ol' i .in 1 l,i in. Caliau,,a,, governor "fjthat $l.'."ii a ppi opi la I bui was illegal j the si.it e of Coahuila. it 11 1 .2"'i nu n j and tli.it th" in v an. and pi ..ha My ' i . ... l I ... l I l l.l.I l.,r II.. .1 it.." Is wolkllig Willi r.lllllio anil ua "" . XI. ohm. brothers of tile ih-posi d pic j .vi aio i ' i, i i " I 1 1 ' i s ' i i o' ... .... .-.. - j i j ident, who air at San Pedro, Madcro's , ing about 1" :H, alter having been In j old bona- mar Saltillo, wiii.h Is I 'n r- j custody snne nineteen liom s or th.-i r. jian.as ha-e. Jie-e c.av oil, f i uiiier g" v - hi t . II" was uii'M'il vrstiidav j i i cor of Soioo a. lias telegraphed 1 1 ' n i : afli i noon ''V onlrr of the spi ak. r and j.Mrxi.ai to ilovrinoi Vlav torch. i, of . (.,,,.,. (,,,id on Ins oiv n n cugni.- s..noi.i. circling him men a ml ; ,ui (, ,,,, ,,,,,,,.,( fa a wnt of hab- - i""1 I"'"' " h W;",l'l",l"',, ,-, .-. vvill.il was uia ,1. Iilld offier. Corim.r Xlavloiem, has tele-- ,,,..,bie Ibis morning. giapheil the senate ale I i" V tsi on a I I ... . ., Pr.-'t dent II.,., ta. re, g- the new AM.r loaimg the P't, ,.. read ! ,,,!,. HI' -trail OIL The gov,-,,,,.,- of aea-, tlie plaluldls att V . 1 I. .Hon. 'tan. ,Ki.i of the .ball, ol Hi hi and alter questioning Miilin S.il.iiio. IXl iiieio. ba- wiled him i.ftei-lim tli" th g. anl-.il aims who made the 1 vi i v i. of 1.200 men and mouev t - , a 1 1 -t. the eoiilt ruled that p.laiii hold ! j,, n, vv ri volution. i.'.as ou-ai in In i -Iv llnb'l til I est nod What wi'l he (lone tl Ii ex- li esi.leiit Madrl'o has not Vet he. II 1 1 e, el in 1 II"' I ,n ,,,,,, ,-n,v , , , a Iv., a l.ielll ' J '' AZ' ' J''''- ,.f Hi" ' .e lev,, led a '.', r,I,::,7;,;::.;;.'i hr - -- , b. en ..hot. but Ihe report proved on- !'' 11"' " I,,,,,, , lil.iiicliatd waltid lor a llllliselipl (i.'ln lal I '..I f 1 i i .i lua.', . v pi .siil. nt of 111" coiiiis lining ami oi no- e.i i f the republic, vv ho has been in exile !,,.H ,. oil. red. and then went back to In laiiope. is coming home, i'h.te N,h,. lions, , ... e.uiipanied by a coin- hot the slightest liossiblhtv that he j ,,,,,(,.,. ,, Ul, appoloted bv tile house ae..iM will mix In the politic of XI " , ,,M-..rl lilut. This eommlllee was ieo, but his cl.foreed l il" Is elided I , .,,,, ,.r ., CooUeV l.lld r -".'I'Vnll: M-I ..1-. wl .re arte Mr. thai within a short tune brniinl Diaz, i . , , ... : i a ;;nn will oi in ins a v "" ' jm Ca.blla SI, eel. all Illtcl.Stl'.t .vpee - I tutor or the development of the new In ii,. 11 I, : nil bin Hal IV eh staled ! od., that I hi- ai I iv al home of 1 burl - j After thi Speaker It... a said that lal Diaz will In. not later than April ;,,, f,,gavr .Mr. I Mainiiai d, ami the j 2nd, the alinlvel-au of tile t.lUllg of ; , ,,mii, ,. ,-f 'I'hey follllll XI f. IFnehla hy his loie.v m ixilT. ill the I , ,:t ,-, ,lt the court house, and he war of French iiil-i v eiitioi, This hr IwilM,,. ,-eleb,.,,. d in honor ,, ., em, I,m ,. , ,.,,,,,, ,, i "'ihe news ,(,. i'oilir.o Diaz was! then an ouipaiib ,1 tin in ha. k. When j returning t,, th- 1 1 Horn which he they got to Ihe .muse he went In and I Was driven bv I run ',,,, I. Madero. I sat down, Xlr Cooiiey mar. lie. I up In I was not difticiili lo bi li. ve al'icf the ! front ol the speaker' desk and n ; scenes in Ihe national palace todav. j, , 1 be rolnlllittrr had dis . It was evident th.- no n of the old j , ;i,,lk.,., Us diilv and that Xlr. planch regime were again In the a vi nda lie v , a() ,uH (r( )( Mj I,1 "'" ""l-po't of a great num. j . ;ii .,.,,,,, l.er of .1,,-Hi. who attained tuoudiience ' i.iivdeges of the during the Xiadno rule and no, .lis- . . . gusli d at the continued warfare, were ready to support anv one. even though It be tile obi conservative element. In the south 11 is not Iniprohahle that Caslella Frit... the governor of Caiuphie, will support all antl-gov el n- it ill support an autl-gov el ii- nt movement. Hie stake for which '""n s " "'I" I'h,v "" l'port of (leneral Fmlho Zapata, who eon! mis 'J "'""y SS PR IS ACCUSED OF SWI MUTER .. n . . . , . X . I low illg pio. eedillgs wen- had, to-W II Hans Baudei Anesleu in Uu- sn,, is,,-,, som as interpreter cast) Glial Aed With Fleeciii;.!!'';!;; ,!,;"!.-,',.,,,. i t ,, sw,,,,, Countrymen Out of Half Mil-,;:u;:;::rH;hr:,mr;'' " j I'Oii uuii.db, iiimi1 Hl.lti, ,,,.,,,,,. ,,f ih, I I rest of Xlr. Ilia, i. hard anil under ub.,t I aullioi ilv .mil hold him In . u.-Iods .- Illv Meriting .Taiirniil iirrliil Lrmcil l rl i.,,,,,i,,,, i i. ,, i hi.ag.i l-.-b 21. Hans llauibi, A- I arrested Ml I da m ha i ,1 by , - ! p,, sulci, I of the Int. rnalional I:, all v ! d-r of the speak.i. I ti I turn ! , ,-ialioii and head ot the savings! Ii,..m- oh his own i , oguiza in , -aulil In :i,,.,Lv in Hash and Zuri. il. S" ll.ei III, lid, was allesled here ti.dllV bv nt- 'IP us on eomplaim of Ihe Swiss Ko - " ' ! was .1, arged II1..I l!""'h'l'j I sw nulled cil'.-iiv ol sw il.-i land ' it !,.f ii.-aib, t.aui nun bv fraudulent I -a n k ' and mimic- s. hem. s He .as held ! With bail pending estrailltb.il pro- !, . , dlllgs. j As pi.sid.-nt f the Austin-Xlainiai. ; i 'oiisolulate.l Xlillillg conipain . a ;:;:;;;;;;.;,l:;.,::';;!,;;i,irv::, live eoiii.iry, two years ago and sold .',.( ,-r.ii hiimlred llioiisaiid ibilla,-- Iv,, ,, of sto. ks Int est igalors (in- lo b.v.d bv the Swish i; .. v.. 1 1 1 m e 1 1 1 i, barg. that, the slock is worthless I Willie ne-.tolbilllig the fslo.K vales I 1 I ...It... :.i in , r is sain ie u, tv ne.. . .. bunk" In the Sw iss . lia s. It. is cheig'd that y 1 ua .loin of deposits in Ih" insi itnlluiiH are mi; su.it. Pander F.'jil he :iJ not guilty wlieii arraigned b. full- the tillled States llnissl. tiler here, h.m Membei Oideied Ai- ir-.U'd by SpcaktM Rrite!- j ales Ohauv oi Impmpei OU- lotion ,f Oontin-ent SECURES TRANSCRIPT OF COURT'S DECISION , , i.. .- i ... ii. illOU.lt UCV I'll'I'OO inn jioiitiiigciit fund of II. MO' handled h ithe speaker Is coiitaiiii'l in a si.nr I II i 1 1 1 made bv epl, elll.ltlv e I was made to several newspaper nan 'ltl--J.lfciliMlltB I h ive not much lo s.i v at pres. nt, I " n '. ''. i ! , ,,,,, ! , ,-1, ;, i. M i . I .Kim hoi il 11 nolo V Il.ii Hole a null s in-ill III i .. . ;th gel Ihe SOS-loll. II, glllg tun I .Mr. Plan, hard he .'luiil hack Int. llllr house ami tile incident I ol )f. it t c II I'o... w el e How h.-1 III elided tie I'ooi wen- now his i'hal ended the ih i. h-lit. At Ihe healing. Xlr. Catron lead the petition for a will and a Iso t lie let hi u r It Minnie bv Selel llio P.o 11. a ib 1(. Hhciiir. which showed that It had ,. , .,, mis mini: at 7 I., ,,,,,. ,!,, iN- , said, j ( Uu ( i(i,y f.. , ,,,,, inn, st. and all the writ call, re Is 'oat the det'i nil, ml produce some aii- 'thoiitv for making it." j Serrano was pla. e.i on the stand Mi ii. I at this point tin court ordered a I ei . i.l of the proceeding I" be kept. The I i,i .1 ol lb., emu I pi ih ceilings follow .Stale of New XI, Vic I. Collllll of Sllllli! Fe. I u lllr 1 lis I lit t I 'mil 1. In re prlilion of William K. Plalich- j ai d for a Writ of llab. as I 'orpus. j Thi- cause 1 1 . . III!', emir oil for I am; before the Hon. (:. C. Abbott. I pidgc or the First Judicial I Ustiiet ol he Stale of evv Mexico, this 2 1st I, lav of Fi bl'llaiv, A. D I'M.!, I.lle fol ,,u i, ni, i, to am. car and , . , I . I , i , , I,,,, ih, I ,M f ,. hoiivc and s ' ' vn . ,.,. fl. ,,, a rii-i A o. si'. ij Was 1 1 1 I anv I i -ol - J I li ,11 ol the lloilv,, ,, K, ,ev. lilallvi v under who II ,,M ,,,.-, (,.,- ;in;i: kl. ; ',!. ,,,,,. Ml. S.-nal ie l''"Slioii I'.v the I mill iio'ic... ij Where did vou arr.-st Mr. ; i . i . , I i , , I .Mr, Sen a no .- In j,b- ,.f (Ii. House of Pepi , In j,b- of (Ii. Hon SelltatlVCS iy Al his ow n m at ? A. Yes. Hy Mr. Catron; That Is all 1 d.sln to ask him. (Cuuiiitiicl on rnuo Taio,), AMENDED BY SENATE AND PASSED Opposition by Senator Baith Acceleiates Favoiablo Action en Mensme of State-Wide Intel est, "STATESMAN" FROM BERNALILLO PEEVED Alamu'd Lest AII)ti(jueitUC Moinini', Journal and Its Cor lespondent Aie Tiying to "Get His Goat." labile I .ii.ll.il It... ran of Mr. lb. n J..rnsl . San... Fe. F.-b. J Att.r sieiidinst I'o, ntn iio'oe in dir. nssion of amend- no nts and ali.r a lengthy speech In ipposlllntl Iv senator Farm, me sen .!, lale this afteiiiooii passed thn county salary hill. Twehe amend- m. ins bv s. ii.ilor ll'iit were adopted. . ollle Ol' these .1. . ICISe ,H S.ll.ll lcS l.f i eriillll (.111. es. o lb. is Incleasr tll.'lli. The salary bill was a special older and was the oulv bunncs ei.nsidcrcd. Senator P.ntli took ... . ash.n to iiiaku a stieniious itit.uk on the Albuuuer- .iie .Morning Journal, niul upon us r. present. itlvr then In Hit' senate, . hamb. r. He also inade an uiisu.-- . essful all. nipt to i-t llcrnallllo conn- tv placed In i ne r. .....; lass, through i hanging the at lamp-incut of classl- bi atmiis. A si ni.ie lepubll. an (aliens preceded the s. ssloll III will, h It Is sm. I tilinl .leteiniiuairoi as lo amrmliiirtits WHS I Ile.l. Tile Senate WI.S called III Ol der shortly after -' :i", hut as theru wen- some senators still ill caucus a ii.. "s of lili.i a minutes was taken. Win n a uuorioii was pr. sent, the us ual roiiiiu,. was i uit through or '"s peiiv. d wuli and the senate proceed ed (o th, -i" lal "ib-r. The suiaty bill was lead ill full, The huh nduieiits offered hy Mr. 'loll were then ictid. The first one, making the salaries of school Super intendents in loiirth class counties l, 2 on Instead of JI.P1'! was opposed by Senator llailh. who wanted to liliiku the hgurcs 1,7 at'. Nevertheless, tho am. n.linont was adopted. Senator Piii'th alvo opposed the tenth nmetid incnt, Int leasing the salary of asscs v,..u I., urn. , lavs ili.-s from SI.OOU T I,, ji.iiio. This amendment was ulsu adopted. I'lher auieii. Inn nt n.loptuil maKo It impossible for deputy sholirtH to bu emplo.v i d III follllll and liHh class l onuilcs m i i linn t the consent of thu county eoinHilssloUcIs; Increases thn salaries of treasurer In fifth tias.i i ii, lev from II. (PHI to $1,400; changes the provision for an Increase, of 2.'. p.-r cat In the salary of thn county i I. i k. when his receipts remit a certain amount, so that the cotninis sloncrs may then employ a deputy tor him at piih lie expense, hut Ut tt cost of not more than $i.' i month; makes thr district clerk ullovvaneo In third class count leu I MM) Instead of Jiluil. Hi. l as. s thu pel tod lor Which ...hlliloaal deputies may he employed at court line, changes "acres" to v,ii.iic miles'' In a provision wheru a mistake had I II made; glvea tho disti l. I curl power to ituthoriio tho appointment of Hdilltlohttl deputy sheriffs when necessary In times of riot, etc., and cuts out tho $:100 allow ance for Imrse iiiiiihtciiitnctJ inuuq to vheli.Ts. Senator Harlli attempted to liavo the clussitleatlnii changed o that only counties with a valuation of 1 4.400.0OO or over, should In- lirst class counties. He said l,c did this hecaUHO ha WO-t lirmlv convinced thai tho pot.pla of lleriiallllo coiintv vvai'lcl lower al nrlcs and lie thought thosu ttJ'owcil second class counties WCrt) ntllpla fol' the s.i vle.-s I hey were fiettllih'. lh Iliad ic a talk nil Hits but UH USaul lost out. Senator Xl.-Coy i.tlemtito,! 10 linvni Hie salaries ot assessor, wlielil'fs and coiiiit', clerks in ihlrj cluss eountiel lediie, d i" 2..ii.. However, ha wua n ie to make tho republican, mm jui in s. e tilings his way. Seiial.tr P. nth Hun oliere.T tw olln i aioeiiilmenis, neither of whicil i;,,. a inajoiily. It was lit this poiiiC ilia. In- rose and mado his attack nit lie A t i-.i'i ne, ,i,o MorniuK Journal ami iti h i-i.i 1 1 eorrrspondent, II" declared that tills n prrscntn- Ine had been "takll: llSi.lt.S tl) l.illl." . 'Thai he hid twlco iiskeil him what was ihe political sigtniK nn.-o t r eer tain measures; that ho was Insolent a n.l was abusing tho privilegrM ne. oi.bd the pr, ss. The senator aske.l that th,. protection of the senato 1m . -xleiided to himself. "Thn Morning .loui ual n ml this representative," ho said, "havn 1 ecu oppo-ang ma (or wolds to that ellecti because I would not do what he wants or what they want. They even sent this Very man to tell mo that unh ss I went up hi tho house ntul did certain things they, would 'burn nu np.' They havo threatened inc." He O'.niinued ut rapid rato for more than a minute. Tho president then said that lifi wished I ho privileges of the press imc to bo at, used niul t tun it im-y mm netn ,t oiiiiiinnd, tin j'tije X'trcci t