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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
ALBU0UERQUe7"nEW" MEXICO, II L SDAY, MARCH 18, 1913. llj Mall. 60 Outs a Month! Slngl Ool, 5 rnM Ity I'arrU-r, 60 C'enU Month. THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVII, No. 77. STATE FAIR BILUDEATH OF ADMIRftL'STRflNG FORCES OF FORMALLY SIGNED Y GOVERNOR M DONALD Executive Likewise Approves Twenty-Five Other Measures i.i Addition to Those Already Announced, LOCAL OPTION LIQUOR ACTS BECOME LAW Instrument Providing Salaries for County Officials Still Re poses or Desk Along with Numerous Others, Hiiti (iipltul lliirriin nf Murium Jmirnid Santa !', March 1". Since til,' list i'f n w l.iws published in Sunday's Albuquerque M i i ii I -I 1 1 ) 1 1 . 1 1 . tin' vi'M inur mil iv signed mid filed wrHi t hi- Miiti-t ; i ly ill' state, twenty-six ;ni ilttiiuiul measures, Ini'liiilliiu tin' Al I i ! 1 1 i'H' state lair Mil, tw Mils l.mililtillK tile 1 1 1 1 1 I ttnlfic, II Mil inn! iilinu for thi' commission form ut univrniiii lil by cities, ,i lint lu r plo viilinc, fill' :i display ill tin- Pa n;i ma- t'.lllfi'l-ll'il exposition, il Woll'.lllS ""'I measures l:i, mill numerous others. Thi' salary lull, the noneral a ipi plialiotl lilli, tlH' Sn I1IIHT county measure, thi' net creatine. Anuilur mi t . ami till- tax reform measure are iiiiiiinu those which slill ropns i tlii' nn I'l'imr'H (h-sk, awaiting his ao ti.m. Thi uuvi'i'iiiir denied himself I" fi 1 1 visitors I . i I , i ' iinil it-U Haiti is slriviim t.i linlsh up tin- Mllx mi Ills desk, i illi. r bv yip n inn thriii r by disap P nival, in which case their fate "ill imt lie officially known iinlil the siv. day limit lias expired, since tin- close ,i" ihe leuislal iii e. It is currently re piiteil hiit the s-'vernnr "ants to take i the laltlenicn's ciuneniiiiii at l-'.l Paso, anil that he will net away an smin as possible. He has al-n heea I tnirilsliiK him-clf it Imia rest as sunn as he - ii I I net away, nml when tic leaves the ciiplial now. It will .vrub- n'dc mean a'l extended iill-(l!('e. The bills approved Pv Hie it'nvi'i r,oi' Since (he publication el tile other list ais as fulliiws: iimi'i' iiiiis. A 1 1 1 il 1 1 1 1 1 -T'l u ' state fair measure I'l'CSCI iliinu fees til I t li . fii. 1 by nutate piiMles. IblutinK In MbldiiiK anil Man assn-i-i.-t i ii n liclntinn tn nml nniendinu: the law l .-latin'; tn bonds of plaintiffs. I'l'iviilinii fur n display at the Panama-! '.".lil'iii nla c position. Pelatllic, In tlllst' i's of land Kt'.'ltlts. l; laiiliu tu canvassing of election ii turns to the secretary of state. Iii lathe to women holding appoin tive oflici I'rociiliii;; fur the pin chase of land for a farm fur tile penitentiary. Ili iilatinn lite disli iinitiiin of wat ers and ciealiiiK the state hoard of vv a tcr oomm issinnors. I'ixiiiM the date fur publishing Ihe ci'liniiicnt tax lists for iirst Heck in January'. To provide for the a ppoi iitmcnt of I' w it marshals. I'i oviding lor an adequate sewer system for the slate huildin"S. Apl iopriatin- J 15, lino for hydro Maphic .surveys. Amendliif,' the act iclalin to Insur ance companies. Scuttle Hill-. Ksialilishinn a system of weights nml measures, Anthorlr.inK Ihe state hoard of ' 'I ua li.a t ion tu llx value of property lui- luxation. Tu provide fur at least live months si liuui in every district in the slate. Hiving electors in municipalities the litht m say whether liipmrs shall be sold or not. I'rovidinK for n commission form of !mv eminent for cities. Tn regulate canvassing hy corres pondence sell. mis. A 'county option Mil. ApprovliiK certain ordinances of the town of I iciniim. loiiit ltc-oliitioiis ii in I Memorials. Providing for the Investment of the school fund:'.. JTovidlit", fur additional pay employes of the capitnl during for the legislative sessiun. t Aleninriali,inK eonsress fur a Just admlnlste! ing of the homestead and foiest lans. I'rovidiiiK fur an mendinetit tu the constiiutinn which would ;;ie state "flicci's a t.Mi-year term, and further Proviilius that they may mil succeed themselves after having served two term.'. BOMBS INTENDED FOR EDITORS INJURE CLERKS Calcutta, March 17. Knur bombs, inti n. led tu kill the editors of the haiilnn papery here, exploded in the po.'-tnflice this miiruhiK while the Pucku.t;"K C'liillllnillS them Wele neint; sorted by mail clerks. Three clerks "elf fatally Injured. The deadly mis sives were addressed to the editors of 'he Kr-nlisliiiniii, tatesnuin, Capital atul Knipire. Acli'cts, Died Xaliiral Heath. Sunt jiapipton. KiikI.iiuI, .March 17. The post-mortem examination n Hie body of I'riinces Leslie, H II Ameii nn actress, who died aboard the beanie Saturday, w:is held today without revealing anything unusual as to the cause of death. A coroner's in qniry Was opened and adjourned until April I 4th. it has been established that Miss Leslie told several passengers bat she was subject to heart disease "'ut epileptic litK. S SHROUDED IN MYSTERY Without 'Disclosing Natine of Evidence Taken at Inquest Suicide is Intimated by lm poitant Official, (Ity Murnlnir Jniirn.il Piwclnl l.netl t'lr. iltnuham. Mass., Match 17.- Alter lour witnesses had been heard todav at the lt,llcSt lllln the death of Keal Admiral Joseph Hiles Katun, the piu i ceilings w ere ad iniii ncd until tuiiuu - low. All official closely Culinceteil with the invi si iatiun said tuni-'ht, "The authorities, because of thimts Idainly appiii'i nt iit the bedsidi'' of Ad miral Katun, have come to the con clusion that he did not meet death throuh natural causes." This official further stated that the authorities are coniidcrini; the possi bility that the admiral committed suicide, but would nut say whether the In i stijMlion hud uiven any Indi cation of this, ldstrict Attorney llaiker would tu ithcr confirm nor deny tlie quoted statement of the official. Jiub'c 1'iatt, who Is iiresidin at the inv i stiiral nm. declared today: "This case seems so imporliint that I shall weiuh with unusual care cverv stiitcment in be included In my re port." Thin report, lie udded, ininht not be ready until tile end of tile week. , After three witnesses had been examined hele this inoinini:, the in estiiitor went tu the liulise uf the kill' iidmiral In Xorwell. There, It Is ii ii I i l 1 , Mrs. Harrison, mother of Mis. Katoii, was the only witness ex amined. At llilmhani, the witnesses qlle-'tinllcll Were: lir. Joseph Krams, of Norvvcll, the Katun fiimily ductur; llalph 1'. K yes, of I lull hes't. r. husband of :i daimhtcr of Mi,li. Katun by a former murriuKC, and I'r. t'. 11. ruinate, of ltoiklanil, who lormerly attended members of the Katun family. TQ BE SUBMITTED TO CABINET , Presidei t Wilson Will Ijodny Present Statenent to His Of ficial Advisors; Text of Mote Unknown, ; Illy Murnlnir .I.iurnnl ftp flnt !.ili'i W ire.) Wiishiaton, March 17. President Wilson will present fur the enii.-ldera-tioti of the cabinet tomorrow a r'tatc-ini-nt concerning China, which Is in tended to be made public from the White House later in the day. .While House and state department officials observed toniKht the slip test sei recv about the statement and no one would venture an intimation as to its rnb able contents. It is known that the president and Secretary I !r a n , h.u hail several conferences on the 'sub ject of China and a particularly lorn? talk held In the executive offices jl.st lift ore the secretary's departing- for the west, was said tonight to have been devoted largely to rhiiiesc iUes tiolis. There iire two phases of the Chin i se situation in which the 1'nited States is peculiarly interested rceoj nition of the reinblic--a ttov ernmeiil nnvv nearly two years old, and the pro posed six-pnw i r luiin. The Chinese republic cuntiiiila lly has soiiMht rei ouniliim but the policy of President Tall and his secretary of state, Mr. Knox, was tu withhold recognition until the new Kovcrnineiil had demonstrated to the wm Id Its ability to maintain Itself as a leal re public, tnlministerinir a popular gov ernment. The proposed Chinese loan by financial interests of the itreut lowers has been held up for a inm time, China deelininn to arce to the terms proposed. HankiiiK houses of the I'liiled States, aided by the influence of the state department, obtained the conjoin of the other powers for American parti cipation in the proposed loan. So far there has been no siifwstion from President Wilson or Secretary I try mi as to what the policy of the admin istration would he as regards recojini tinn of the republic, or toward the I on it project. New (lllii ial- in ( linrvM'. Washington, March 17. Within a fi w hours after beuif.' confirmed by the senate todav', Mr. P.evcrly T. Cal luway was sworn in as assistant .sec retary of aKilculturc. William A. Tay lor, who lias been his assistant, is slated to succeed him as chief of the bureau uf plant industry, and !.. ". Coi'belt, who has been In charne of horticultural investigations, will be assistant chief of the bureau. Molt Wrecks S.ici ilexious Stol e. Red Hank, N. J.. March 17. A f. and la cent store was wrecked today hy an angry mob that objccti d to Pt. Patrick's day souvenirs displayed in the windows,' declaring that the dis play held up to ridicule, thincs which they col sidered sacred. t llari iinan i;-lalc Appiniscil. XewbtirKh, X. Y March 17. l-h" (iranwif county Inheritance tax ap praiser today filed his report of the tstate 'if the, late K. II. Ilarriman. The net estate Is $ii8,(MI4,:t IX. 110. The real estate Is valued at nearly $,1.nnn.finn, while the remainder, about Jibi.uaii, liuti, is pelAiiiul property. CHINESE QUESTION LS Bitter Feeling Exists Choi Ex ecution of Captured Insui rectos by Older of General Ojeda After Recent Battle, AMERICAN REGULARS GUARD BORDER LINE Hueita Commander is Notified Not to Permit Engagement to Endanger Lives of United States Citizens, (llv Miiriilim .Imiriml SlM'i'..,l I rasol Wlri-A Xuni, Ariz., Maf'h 17. .Nearly iiiui state tioo,s ate closing tonluhl on ihe little Mexican bolder ton op posite this port. After tbvir ilefnit Siituidav. when Ib-neral niedii's :,ao leileials sullied out and fouled iie.irly l.iiaa ceiistltuuunalisls, th, soldieis of the Insurgent stiite are intent on .i t inn without delay. Kspeciiilly bittir is Ihe I'eclinu over the executiun uf prisoners by the fed el, il ueiiir.ils orders. It was learned today that Colonel Juan Cihral, Willi 7.'iU state troops, is niuuni: by rail from Xokcali s over the brum h line which circles soiiih limn X ovules tu i, Kio and north attain tu X.uo. This sirotlK l"ec, culllll. allibd b one ot liie chill's who took Ximalei last week, is in addition to nilur groups inovinu from the ciist and west. I'ruin the difectiuii of Anna priota Colonels Calli-s ;in.l Ihaiiimunte, .pleated in the Iirst battle I clow Nun,, are mov llin uestwatd and on the way reu.'au izini4 their scattered lores, whiih originally iiuuibcicd toil. Krom Xoxabs directly alon the border l' iu pu ked Yaqut braves arc inakiux a foice, man h in arrive In time with the other lii'mips uf sta'e trui ps. lleariiiK of the npnroaih o! their tribesmen, a few of the I'i-ii members of Hilda's coiniuaad cave rlesert 'd. ileplelillK the illle.ctv small I'ul ec of tile II III It, I (! frill Ml t ''el ... Willi Ci". ret acn of Cue si te .cops III Kt'i liter numbers than before, on es Iciir of another lialtlc on the I- mid. If Is doubtful if ileiielal I ijeda w ill dare venture out, i,s he did saiuid:iv tn meet tin enemy four I'mcs his strcnKih. K.iciiiK a siteation sii'ici.f to that occasiniied liv' 1 battle al Xu fiilcs, wucn millets fill iii i the Amer ican town, Colonel C.Uilfnvie, ililll- iiiiiniliiiu the .Ninth (iickio . ; v - ,"y, Is here today. He untitled i en era 1 i i,ed.i I hat ' be federal , i ollilliaildef wuol.l be held resionsll le for any d;uu:.i' In Ainerl cuns on the Arizona side i t the Pne. Cllilloylc 111.. I oldel'el tloo.l nene- mcnts which ioiukIh in id.' :i lutal of nine troops of cavultv. ineluil'nu troops of the Xinth from 1 lunula-', ; ud the Fifth from Fort 1 1 u ich u.-.i, sta liotieu on the burib r n-ar this point. Also by oilier of i.c I'lined Sb'tes ciivalry colonel, workmen late na'ay lian tile const rucl ioc ot a hellct proof adobe building: lucalcil in Xaci. Ariz. This structure vill be employed is a retime pin, e lor women and chil dren, should tiithtiHK occur in '. "o Mexican town, directly opposite. ri in ui,s hossim; hoiiih i; aim: iii:i.i pimsovi ks. "WashinKlon, March 1 7. Secret i ry uf War Harrison today Instructed lirinadicr tpneral Hliss to hold t, e arms and equipment of the Meije i i fcdcr.il soldiers, who, after bciim routed ,y the rebels from1 Xonah s, .Mexico, fled over the boundary In Xo lialcs, Ariz., and surrendered tn Col onel Wilder. It has been thought nec essary to keep the fugitive . soldiers tinder nuard chiefly because tiny would starve if left to shilt for them selves, Secretary Harrison empha sized the importance of keeping thorn under h sufficient wuai',1 and ailvln-il lueiitliiK their camp at a reasonable distance from the intercut ionul bit". OFFICIALS OF TRUST COMPANY INDICTED Cincinnati, 1 1 March 17.---Secret indictments were returned today mains! former officials of the Cincin nati Trust cuirp.i it. v. of which Heurye I!. Cox was president. The Indict ments Wei,, scaled and court nffieliilr declined to say Imw many had been returned. It was said the defendants would not be cited Into court until tomorrow. Affairs of the trust com pany hav 1 n under invcKtimilion most of the time hi nee its; absorption a year ami by the Provident Satlnus I lank ,t Trust ( 'u. The imlictni'-nts w'cre returned a Dor il Ions conference today between At lorney Heneral llorfan, Prosecutor I'i mile and It. II. Kroner, president of tlie Provident Savings liatik Trust t.'o., who was chairman of the liqtililat Inii ediiiuiittee of the trust company. Tlie conference Is reported to have related to a proposal of the directors of the trust company to pay :iT,j,fioo tn the credit of the bank to compen sate stockholders. This amount Is said to represent a note placed In the trust company's assets by its directors, af ter a warninK by the slate hanking department, when It was found the trust company had loaned the Kurd Johnson Chair company, mi amount ill excess of t mi I pciiiiilicd by law. CONVERGE ON LITTLE BAND OF FEDERALS EXTRA SESSI IS CALLED TQ MEET ON APRIL 1 SI Taiii'f Rovisinii is Fxpei icd h Have Right of Way 0ei All Other Legislation When Ciui giess Convenes. OTHER MEASURES OF MOMENT SIDETRACKED Floor Leader Uiideiuund Says New Bill Will be hV.idy tor Repoit to Moose .it 0i ; ,i- 7,'itinli fill Wtilk, III. Miirnin Jiilirn.il sm- l it I f.i-i-iI H Irr I W.c lllll-.toll. M.-ltcll I . 'I'll.' exll'l s.-sloll of e. u.'less. all, d bv Presi dent Wilson to-1. i.v tu a iiibb- April 7. will I i -:ilt v nil not bin 4 I' d Co- taril ' rev jsii.ii bills I.i fore it Tins f.n I w a made i leer in a si.it. ic, in t.ul.iv bv Hi'pres, Illative llM'itr W. I 1 . 1 1 I vv ii. ii 1 , epilil III. I the boil.-' , oliilMltl I wavs and means. I t, Id tarilf b-'i-- I. it ion is W ell lllticr W .iv III I lie house, no ueni i-al commute f w di be c .no ,1 ,,n, no oth.-r b-j ,sla t, v - ,! h' is w ill l,c tak. tl Hp Tbe I'I ' -lib III '1 U d ,1, , slihje. t !.,- Ho' ' Mi l W "si-ll il' hi pirn l..'ii i:ieu; but it .s fully nu ll, ltun.l that Ills liu s iU'o t II iit i ss at its up. lit ii u w ill ibv ell upon the liu, I of tnbf iivi-lon. It' cm f in v. Phibpl'iii'' iieb pecd illee. A In K a ii afl.ills, woman siit fiune. or ctlur pris-eu- nm nsli-n- I linally are f"H e. 1 1 the .1 1 t.-nl 1..11 ..f 1 i.iitri ss, il vv ill be nniv aft.-r II" ,1, mm tat;, h .III, is of tin- tw n bouses .1 ml 1 he pi 1 .- idem a re con v meed I hat t he SIM -.- 1.1 I 1 1 ff 1 cv I C'll is 11 v. I Senate collilliMlees oru.in- kud ,u iii'ik 11 ml will t ike up t he pi , limn- 11 v st..-.' s of mm h K'-neral Ii - islathui 1 al iv 111 April. A ci 'Hi.il au'i cniciil 1 xists, Imw- ,., el , tu keep Ueliel ,1 I Sllbjei H UUt of ...-Hi c d;-' US' CHI W lllb tal il f b I'l.-I.l I i, ,n is limb i v. a . "I'he , 1 ; 1 1 - lis, U b; Pr, sub lit Wil--. ., i.i ;-,,('?? i i"i ' i . i ,,' ;' i-l ''. pi e illative Imbiwood. The pi i iff - IS'latioll Will be lend-, fur pn 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 In he linuse I v I I I.i 1 (line a lid W. siiouiil be at iv.ik upon It in tie house within three m four dns alter I he house i i,IIV ell' S, i if com sc. b, I'm , vv ork is beuun. II will be liec.-ssily tu urnalllzc tile house. The v., is and means eommit-t.-e, ie til, I.; as the collimplee on colll miltees, vv iii prepare a slale o com mittee ; i p to 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -n I s to be pr. ".hied In Ihe lauellH. Tile plan is tu IIIKIIII i.e lllllv III II llllltees Ueeessa I'.', In c.iliili, et the ui '- iiii. itiiin ill lite house, rules, aien nuts. luileiiL;,. nml cniulled bills. ' I will confer In tor w ith t 'ha irinati KHz-, 1 ii Id ol the a ppropi i.i t inns coin lllittee as In tin mees-ity of le-o- Hiinizinv! Inn committee to handle Ihe a ppl oprial ion bilk,, which fulled al the last Session. 'flu se w ill be the only committees organized prior to the In ginnii'iii of Ihe tariff wmk. The others will K" over unlii later in the session." The tariff legislation, now bcinv, ccnipleled bv the wavs and menus c, ilnniii tee. Will be s 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -I I tu the demueliitie ealelis befufe the Session opens. E RULE FOR LAND SOON London llolol Waiters Inaug urate Stiike at National Ban quet But Demands Are Gi ant ed and Event Proceeds, (Hy M,irnhic .li.tiritiit Nii'cli.l l.fiic.1 Wir.O London. March 17. The waiters ol the llue Cecil took advantage of the Irish national banquet tuiiiubt. tn Inau'jui'ate a strike, but the mu Muni ment eoneodeilMlii Ir demands ami Vn" pn II lotic 1 1 ishuien : joy ed t he feast, proposinir tin toast. "Ireland, a Na tion," .John llciluioml, lender of tin liish tiarliami niai v party, said that opposition to home rule In Hrcat llritain was dead and Ibat the K!icral fei Dim ;is nm i, i impatience and rcLiiel that th, house of lords still bad tlie power to delay llle passalp' of Hie measure into law. "Put." added Mr. Ucilmiiinl, ' yve have only tu pesse-s mir souls In pa tience for a. few months more a ml I the home rub 'ml will lie. Ihe law ot the land with the cm id will and sym pathy of the w bole empire." Loud cheeis i.'i, eed the leadiiii;' uf a cablegram fmln the I'liiled Irish l.cauue of America, iinuoiincirn; the distuiteh of another $u,onil for tin ea use. Mi:nir.N m:mi u;un i: M APS ( . I I I HI ' Kltl.tllMI I'.ostun. March 17.-- SI. Patrbk's cav fifi of $lu, lino to tlie Irish hotm; rule fund was sent today by the I'nlted Irish l.eaeue of Anierlcn thionirh National Treasurer Thomas P. KiUputric k, of this i lly. B WILSON REDMOND PREDICTS 1 PRESIDENT TURNS ATTENTION TD EW JERSEY POLITICS ills in Willi h (liHtMiin; i!,m), Was Interested Not fai in- Well Since lie Mown! f iO'O Tienhu to the While IFu.sc MXOMBS LIKELY TO BECOME AMBASSADORi,::;.;,,:.', Demociatio National Chaiinian, Wiiveiiiig Because of Busi ness Reasons, is Expected to Act cpt F i em h Mission, I lll.ll all ipli"! CUls I -f I 1 1 ' I ; b. twcill ,, ,, , , . , i .i.i tithe lulled Stal'S ami M.Xho be iltv Vlnrnliiit .limric.l S.rrl:.l I itfril Ire . , . , , ,, , , - ,, . . ' 1.1 kill Up lllld lid Mid Ii at' d b' f He uv v a -bun' uu. Mali h .. Pi . - ii i nl ' . uf lime, lie fell I I I'd I spi dallv ! the Wil-oii turned his attintbui t,l-iv I (,,llinj ,,f Anoi i, aiw .ui-im; Hum ihleflv I" tie p,,ht!,: s i 1 1 1 a 1 1 . i II ill (the MeVhall leviilutmn ami al-u In New ,1, IS, V Where the ,i e II 1 1 I 1 1 1 c I he C 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 bellllllalV. .1 11,1 olll, ,,m -lion of pal I v is lllv I, led "11 t II .iiiiv reform lull and the s,n.ib,ii.l cm lest 111 .Man land, while William 1.. Matbiir.v Ins Muim a in mpa in o au. imt Si nat'.r .luhn Wallet Smlib.ftor th.. finmllv effoils made by the a'l liiii; l'c-i b clion on the ground that t Viiu ii. an :iiiil.:i.-.uli,i tn biluir iibunl Mr. Mnitli is nut a promrx'ivo, pea, e iiiuum tin h i cut ibslurbanie 'l iie pr, sal, lit listened also to II i la "ie H'H il. II III. e of V, ollia II S 11 II 1 ane lead, r - inn ml n, i d bv Pel i esenlai I v c I;,, k,-r ol Calif. Hill, I. Willi IllUed llllll 10 I'ec oll i d at the , lla session of i liie- ihe adoption nl' an a iiicmlnn ut to I he f. ,1, ra I i um.l il ul inn, nil lim tin i I allot P. women Mr. Wis,,i, Indicate,' th,l whii.. I,,- iciyht not make sin li hum run Is a ppardil I v pro le, on, men, la I nm al Ihe evi.a s.-ss , j1' An" " l"'-i"-"' I" '''-Ply h I not wi-h Ms attitmlc i, I, " 1 l: "'.unless 'i, llilbr Is be consliucl as ..ppos.-d In wuin.i', " I"""''1 11,1,1 M, vl'" sail, ,," II, made it ,l, ,r that I,, '"' 1 ,,v A 1 " " r" miml vv.,-. op. n ,, tin- M,b,t. 111 '-'I"""'. "' 'lanm r. The pi esi.lellt I I few lllllls, I' ii . ' It tl , I s, , po II t 1 1 s p, s, , in , pus-am- i I a bill empow , l ine t oi,n slobs ii bpiol.te.l bv t he Kin, i nor, I . it lb -ii -In t il ls, p, ilraw iurn s I b ! pi I ,si HI Iv ail v in a t , ,1 Ibis i lll, III fete he eSU;, , ;,s CoMI'lUl . I'll' si m e that t , liie a n n in, ad incut lie be, II all , e 1 1 e, I in I lie bill U in lllll, J I or ii r 1 , i cud urn of the q nest b,n . I I 1 . 1 . 1 1 s; ihal Ih .jo, t ,,f Hie la b r- ellillllll h' tu .llln V the issue ami (Veutuilly kill Ihe reform, Mr. Wil-mi has said he feels lllat the people al ii nil V lla V e a ppl'oV i d t he idea by i lei ! - ",M '"" ""7''"' nili,,!Seiimis Clash Occurs at Lon .tn -i ii ilfi.f .1 I'll 1 1 i 1 1 Iii ni'r I'iIhI iii While the pr,,bnt himself ha- made mi slat, nuiil us to I lie purpos, .., ,.. .. , nor l iibbr and .1. Waiiiii Hulls. a i. .. i.. .. I ii... slale s, nate, Intiinal urns ri in t be White I louse are In the , If,-, t that llle plesidcll, Wishes to put llle Mill oils candidates for the b,i V ol 11 1 H s h i 1 1 on Iheir in. 1 1 1c ill Hie present sllua 11,111. lie has md committed hlmsell as vet to any of the ca ml Ida l.s who will run for cov, rimr In the primaries next September, bill It Is yel'y probalib' lllat his alignment will be del.-i -mined by the activities which the Varum eainllilales manifest now for or iienlnsl what he cniiHidi is a piece uf llul., essh ,. lecislatlun. William 1.. Marbury. ,,f I :.i II Imoi c, who in a public slalemiul recently declared that the resilient bad re quested liini to In cotne a candidal,' In the a ppruai lilny primary im.iimd Senator John Waller Smith, United the White I louse In, lay . Many Ma ry la ml leaders have been In sec the president, bill uulhlnii defi nite has i nun' from the While House h, Indicate whether or liol he bad sanctioned Mr. Marbuiy's fir, hi a-ainst Senator Smith. "There is no chaiiue in the kHiiii ti,,il," Mr. Matbiirv annuunceil as he bit llle executive Offices. With the II, I.i, ,111 hlliotll loll. IV id tile spe, ial session of tile senate UI, 111, lie appointments lire expected Ulllll 111" ext i'.i se.-sion of eoimress, hi'Klniiine. April Ttli. Ihoiiuh Ho re Is ii likeli hood of recess appointments in uim nt e ises. The senate did not confirm the nomination of Charles T. NS ill. to be coinmlssiouer of lubor nml statistics ami il is not Indicated al the White lb, use whether there would b,. any ri'ee-s a ppoinl mi-tit In his case It be came known today that. John Hasseit Moore, formally had accepted the pest of counsellor Iii the llepa rl unlit of slap., tn succeed Chandler Ander sen and National Chairman William I", MeCumls had virtuallv decided to I e, , me ambassador In Krunoe. 1 1 I,, l,.., .. I to the senate In, lay, but it was withheld, j -"'" 1 '"' '"-""" ''' sons. He probably will not mak" his do- : clsimi liiinlly until Hi, '' hecins. Normal, K. Mack, fur mcl' chil 11 ma n of the ib iinii-ratic national eommlltee nml at pr, s- iit national coininMleeiiiau from N'cvf Vork, bilked over foilcr.il appointments in the empire slate with Hi., president. Mr. Mink has been mentioned for a diplomatic post, lie said, however, this subject had not been discussed. National ( ommiltecman Kroil P. Kym h, of Minnesota, uitiil the presi dent to appoint K. A. 1 lay cumiiilssuon IT of tho Kclicl'al land office. PHESIDEMT HUERTA S load d i'it'an (ioveinmi' it Calls on Avoiioaii Air.lMt-sa-dci at I c'-Mtioii to Discuss Relation,, of two Uouiiliics, ! i t- Mt, ruin .1, unit it Snr-i fit I .ir.t Ulrr.) II, V ill, Ma I . b I , I 'I uv ImiiIi.i l I'I , idem a l . i i, i m , II iii i tu, disfe. K.'l 1,1 all pli i i ib ill-. Iml.it illei' UI "I. I I ,111 i l .a He V N.. II t lie A Illel I call allibas-aihi! ,, M.aiiii Thi- ih the I bi " I line it ...nil. that a Mexican III hi- , ,11, ,1 mi the dip), , malic i e I 'I , nt 1 1 , v , , a .i I . u , - n p. w , r. ii id ti l hill, allv I v Ins ,! I. he b II vlexi, n terrlloi v The i hi, I , x,-, ,1 1 v e w a i aceunipani, ,1 bv l i im, im u ,1, I., II. ir I a. nun is! i r of f u a- n a I i.i u i, Plcsulcnt llmri.i ,,,l A lulus-adm Wilson he had I i I I a .1 t he u 1 1 it, I - siatulini; beltt, , n th, ie,i,,an am I ai iolof ii lid t lie I U . u lainlsl, I , Idtspul.s ,,,1,,-lat I I L I , -1 1 . 1 r, I , e I a 1 1 u lll.ll u was his deslle Iii inntintle the llietid- Iv lelalinlis of the two 1; o 1 1 i n men I s i a ml he per-mially cpris:,., ttr.ittt'iil WoltK I' 1 II I. IN pi ri. uf mimiii si 1 1 :. W.i-lilnuloa. Match 17. official ii-purt - I,.,!., i from I b i lilo Indi- . ate t he w o k of all k ilnls at a stallil- i s llll and all lb,- banks ale closi il. I he SOFFRAGISTS NOW ROWING AUG THEMSELVES ll()l! M.1SS McCtillg WIlOll p;,.,, r i! "! ,r,, nival I anions Uash ' i t l)tS Fit'titCll 1 j ' ' tltv Mtir.ilni; J..iirn,il S.r-rlnl l.fiiNril Wlrn.) I. um Inn, March I 7. -The militant sul i ra tes have declared Wat nkainst Hielr sbteis who ale voikin-i lor Ihe vole o women by constitu tional means. A IlieetPln of Hie Ci 1 1 1 - I, I ut u.iia lists which Philip Snowdcii, sociali.'l M P. was nddresSlim al i iiiicshe.nl, (oiiiithl was thrown into ilisoi der bv militants it b i insisted up on interrupt not Mr, Snowdcn. I,llllel was not restored JlllHI Ihe stewards, male and female, elected the mole warlike supporters of tin siilfi 111 lie iniivi iin lil. The order for the fureilde removal of the lllslulbillK elenieiil was ulvcii by the ihalr wom an, and Wiis accomplished only arter viiiuiuus resislame mi the part uf the militants. ;r Snowdcn declared thai no nova i linn nt would be able ni deal comprehensively Willi franchise n ni in unless prepared simultaneously to mailt tlie Irani hisc to women. Heuixe l.aiisbiiry , the foriner social ist member of the house of commons for the How and Proinlcv dlv Islon of Tuner llanib'ls, who r, si-.lled Ills Seal in the pai liaiio nt as a prolest im.nns: III,, refusal I, I' tl'e '- "V el ' M 111 , II I to Ilk voles to wocu u ami v.as ib li al. d lul rc-clectinii la-l November. made a Ihrcalcnnu speech b. line the Men's I'e, let a I ioll fur W an's Sllfll'llKe tn- niuhl. He said thiil if public opinion did not compel I he ,n eminent to use the police to preserve oiibr al public IlieellllUS, lb, I, was imlv one lllllli; In il,, a a t hat w as for I he nu n to arm llu iicj, Iv es I picserve order. Mr. I.anshuiv alsu atlaeked lip labor pally bu not fol'ciiH: Ihe x cinuielil, as II could do. to l-'lve vvuni ,,,, , ,. vule. Tile lilburiles, he said, were trickim;, beliayiim and I'ouhun Ihe wuiniii. The Actresses franchise leanue has pi, ,test"d l.ltlllust the tee, III iilllV.ISs by II thelilrieal jolll'lial I'll the ques tion of suffnme. This poll snowed 2(4 in favor of woman s snllrae. Uiialust il and M "i 111, 1 1 1 1 1 1'eli I It is pointed out III t be pi ol, St. that Ihe le.iuue has i.nlv 7i" members and therefore the m-cnive replies tuob- i ablv W e I'e I i v i d from act reuses ol the musical eoini u v ami inuni evidence against Al 1 FOFD LUMBER TRUST I .Muii.ealM.llH, .Minn.. Match 17. C. j ; : 1 1 Is 1 1 1 . i , of Minneapolis, testified i toil. I V III llle li "V eril n nil l sun in the alleu'ed "lumber trust, that tie had Cared tu establish a lumber yard al'lcr P. P. Wu I kef, editor of a lumber journal, said to be 11 fl'iiial orxan or the Northwestern Lumbermen's, association, had told Mm he had bet ter abandon the project. It. N. Thompson, a Meal lumber dul.T, said W. H. liu Ills, secretary of the Northwestern Lumbermen's as sociation, had asked him about ten years iistn not to sell to C. L. Stuart, another dealer, becuusc Stuart, Hold to the retail t ru do, DSECARD PRECEDENTS NO QUARTER SHOWN TO REBELS I ATTACK TOWN 0 C.iiiaiiistas, Two Hundred St i one, Steal Into Nuevo I aiedo and Attempt to Sur piisc Federal Oairison. WOUNDED SLAIN BY GOVERNMENT SOLDIERS due is Taken by Defenders to Avoid Positions by Which Bullets Might Cross Inter national I ice, ' l Hy Mnrlllm ,lrli:il tiirrlnl I Hl.nt M'lri.) 1 1 an ''In, Ten . Mali h I7.--II. Icatcd I in tin ir Iirst attempt tn rupture X'ucu. j l.aied. i. the little id id I'ai r.inzlHtiis Who Slirpi Iscl the feiblill Kllfl'ison id ilhc MeM.aii b, a del- town earlt tudat, ! ' "' .imped in th,. hills Bcvcinl mllet I in the suutli tonmhl, evidently to l .Wait Hie iilllv.il of lelnfulcellieilts I I" lute altai klUK auiiill. It is li porteil th't iimi,. i,,,,ps mi,. hurrviiiK to th laid ut both forces ami possibly will "ii've i. Hi, tuint,ru. in mis event a I eliew a I of , .'I il.it break the battle In anticipated Mm tunc isutrs ami am- 1 n million ate helm., hurried to the led I eials. Il Is reported. j The rebel i tiack this inciuiuir was v ioi mis ami wnK marked by the death of a woman who led cne of the lierc cst iiss,nlt In spci liiciilar tashlon ut tin- lea, I (,r ihe band of liisui'Kelits. 'I h. woman, Identified u telatite uf Caix.i Itivas. a rebel leader, was killed as she chained the federals with it Hilii sIluullllK chc.lir.itJclueht to her men. Twenty rebels and nrtcen federals are known tn have been killed. About I on v vv ,, ,i n 1 1 nil nr.. heiuu eared for at an improvised hospital by American I hy i it lane and worn, n from Laredo who crossed the border Immediately 'after luitiK i i used and volunteered 'i heir seniles, intlim ns nurses. The rebels, iiilinli. rum about 2011 follow ed of Carranza, entered the city last in ii lit and opened the battle at tiny, break wnh a fusillade fired from n I. o lory i ,u i HI i ii k. ' ,e fedciul Harrison ol .I'.ii im n w is In action within a I . . ... ,,l..s i,,,,t tin. I..,I,U. ci,,l,n,t.1 f,,r an hour and u Half, the rchelti fin ally beiiiti driven to the hills. A niinit" r of rebel wounded wir sled tu death bv the federals, il Is said, an I n'l -ic, urate estimate of tho casualties will nut be possible until II III, Me complete . p lo la 1 1 , 1 1 of till' stleclM and alleys, throiikih which the I attic r i-ii'd, is made. A few bullets tell nil the Culled Stale. Side of the pin nriitule, imt mi on was hurt. I inly mm house III Lnl'eilu Was struck. Tbe I ', mile, nl h I'liiled Stati-H cuvulrv Is pattollinii the bordi r and tho police force at Laredo has been iil'lmented In prevent the nsseniblllif? of ct'owils In ar the bauiiilary. Kxccpt for the military, Nuevo Lu Icdo piacticiilly Is deserted totiMht. The Carrnn.lstas slide Into Nuevo Laredo under cover of darkness, and at ila.vlMIlt bewail n Httlbbutn finht wllh the ll.iO federals dctetidinir the town. The fiuhliiiK scene, part of the time, was near the Itlo tlrande. Apparently It was u finht without quarter, (Hie rebel soldier wuh seen to fall as If dead, but when th ihiirt? intf fcilcrals reached hliu ho raised his head. A federal levelled a rifle, blowltiK off part of the, top of thu wounded man's head, whereupon Hev enil of the federals kicked tho" body out of the way until II rolled down all embankment. It w is ri purled the federals re ceived orders to exterminate tho Car laiizistiis. Thu email band ot con .'iitiithuiulists, in a running fiKht, drove Into Nuevo Laredo past tho cus toms house tn a lard factory, wltero they mule a stand. This occurred between ! o'clock In the morning otul dawn. At day bleak tho federals de ployed aboui the lard factory, appar ently takiiiK care to draw tho rebels' lire In a line parallel to thn lib) Hrnmlc so that no blllleU thnulil fall in Laredo, Alter a sharp fiKht here, tho rclicls iclreatcil in Miaul order in art open area, where they hulled and checked the federal pursuit. The federals divided, HwlnftitisT around to flank tho CarransiiMua. This flank movement lu'ought the ledciiils directly between tho rebels and Laredo, so that tho rebel lire was directed at Ibis city. The close rtinno of the buttle, however, saveil tho America n city, only n report of a. bulb t crossini; the river hiivlntr been received. This missile pierced the roof of fi Kiniin". Kroitt Laredo men conld hu seen dnippliiK everywhere on the Imt- C fit-Hi. The worst havoc wan In thu ranks of the Carriinzlstns, who re Heated. The federals did not pursuo the,, i beyond the city llmils. Tho tfed i rals estimated their wounded ut six teen and the rebel wounded ut inure than twenty. Alter tho buttle, American Cimsul Hairett, at Nuevo Laredo, reqitiifded Ann iiciii physicians to cross 3nto Ihe Mexican town to earn for tho wounded. The Cnrrnn.istin hud n ciitiipcil last nlKht about five miles from Nuevo Lurcibi. They fitto.miiioil to tnke. the town by surprise, but the federals had uiitpobts watcbing tor them. This afternoon the Associated freps correspondent saw twenty dead bodies In the municipal puttee at Nuevo Iji redo. In tho hospital doctors vrera treating eUhteon wounded soldiers. Nuevo Laredo vaa tilmost deserted. Armed soldiers guarded most ot thi .'.U'-t CWJ'UVl'S, .