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THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL CXXXVII, NO. 78. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WFDNESPAY, MAR( Br Mall, SO Onta Month; Wngle Copies, 0 Onnuti Br Carrier, 0 Conta a Month. KINGOFGREECE ASSASSINATED BY ANARCHIST AT SALMI Aged Sovereign Mortally Shot While Walking In Streets in Company With Sinele Aicle-de-Camp, ASSAILANT CAPTURED; SILENT AS TO MOTIVE, New; of Death of Monaich Startles Official World;! Crown Prince Constantinei Succeeds Father As Ruler. ! Kl(. KM I I H HY ONI Of Ills si MM TV Saloiilkl. March IN. King , George of Orwfc wan nssiissl- t Bated while walking ill the ttMNHi I , of Snlonikl this afternoon. Tin assassin was a liroek of low i mental type, who gave hiM name ,i- Atoka ehtoaa, Ht hot the king through the loan Tip . kiim was accompanied only by an nhlc-ilr-ciinip, Lb ntcnaiit Colonel Kraiiooiulis. The assassin of the Xing fired ' one ho from a seven -chain- , acred revolfrr. The tragedy cawed intense excite at rat. Behteisi a4M seized Iraroediatel and om ii.o.-it(I. The wounOVd IllaC was lifted Into a carriage. Khtch Wa hurried to tlw I'a-I'a- riaaj hospital, lie a as stin breath- i lag when piaoad in the .mingc. lolt died Im fore leaching the hi S- pttal. ( i I liiliet Nicholas, the king's third son. and other officer hur ried to the hospital. 'n his ai- j riMii prince Mk-hola sou wotted tn offftri .no.. HiMiwtli in a voice choked with sobs, said! it i my deep grief to have to , announce to vmi the death of out beloved kin, and invite you to SWe.il fidelity to your new sov ereign, KUtaj Conataatlne." i j Crown I'fiuee CoiiMtantine, who I succeeds Kin-; Qeorge, at present is at Junlna. He D eieelcd to . - h-re with all possible i used. The nsagai vll-loohins rested, he motive for reply to the question of an offi cer, anatrarcd that he was against governments, Srhinus maintained a perfcctl) impassive demeanor. Precautions were taken at onee throughout the city and perfect order is being maintained. Th, linK fen Info the arms of his ttWc win n shw. Two soldiers ran up on hearing1 the firing and helped to Support Kim. He WUH placed In II earriaKe and efforts were made to Wop the Weeding, hut he. breathed ins last on hi a'ay to the hospital Prince Mehoias is the only meniher of the Wydl fantll) in SalmiiM. Mourning emblems are displuv ed everya here. The Greek governor has Issued u proclamation, announclBg that the outh of fealty to King Cdn slimline hits I n taken. (itv Mm slag Jaanal gasslal laased Wire.) London. Match Is. The official world at London and the general pub lie were startled tonight by a terse ssage i'nuu SnlonlKI, announcing the assassination of the king of Greece. Interest In the troubled Hal kans has been walling of lute days, bat the news oi thin wholly unexpect ed tragedy caused an Instant and Im mense sensation. It was not generally I known that the king of rjreecs still was at Salunlki, us 'nothing had been beard of his movements for several days, Concern regarding details of I lb,, assassination was intense, but as the hours passed and no further news reached London. It became evident, thai gid ens ship was being ! nlaii The strained relation Greek and liulgurlun Salollilvi gUVe Greece tlx that the assassination ot might have been Imidi I between the contingent at greatest fear ' King George nt to a clash between the nllles, hut a message re ceive, at midnight dispelled such ap- prehension by identifying the assassin I as a tireck degenerate. Another dis patch referred to him us demented, i The British foreign Office, Mail-j borough house. where the queen mother. Alexandra, sister of the dead i king, is residing, and the Break la gatloll were besieged by reporters, but no one at these places hud any in formation except the newspaper but-1 b tlns until nearly In o'clock. The King and queen or England are stop ping at Wl&dsor castle and the lirst official confirmation of the tragedy' came to the foreign office in a ills-j Itatch trom Prince Nicholas, at tin-1 'tuulki, and was 1 1 a namitled Jtojjfnaii (i.Mlinucd on page Two.) Dead Monarch Proud of Reign Totalling Fifty Years London. Mnusa. I" A Salmi- Ikl dispatch to tneyTimes graph- lea lb desclil it says: tiie asansoinatlon, The turning walk t was In king with the was shot a bile re his equerry from i white tow I I lie happy and contented mood and as he strolled along talked of war. of the success of the ilnek arm-, on the Capture of JantM and Sabmlkl and of this fitting climax 10 his fifty years' reign. " 'Tomorrow, ' said the king, 'when I pay my formal visit to the dre.idnaiiuht Ooeben, the tlerman battleship which is to honor the Qreeka here in la lonlkt, that fills me with happt- m BJ and eouteutnieut ' 'These pFOVed to be th. nil. II- ii li s last vv ords. for I that moment a shot rang out from behind Colonel rraacoudls. The king's aid" sprang around ..ml Seised the hand of the assassin, which was already poised for a sei olid shot. Com ring his loval master with bis body, he (o ld the aasasalB until passing soldiers r.m to his assistance. "But the first shot had found its judgment. King Oaarga had already sunk to the earth lb was lifted into a carriage ami. with his head resting on his arm. Continued to breathe for a short time. Bat befers the hospital was reached life was extinct The bullet, which was fired at a dis tance of two pucs, entered tile 1 111 k below the shoulder blades. Its point of exit was below the stomach. There was a severe hi ..oirrhagc. "The h wi led cross which lin king always wore Was covered with blood. The tssasatn Is a Qraeti of feeble Inlrll-ct. He Mil V s lie was driven to tb spcra I ion bv sickness and want. The crime therefore appears to be without a motive." Since his triumphal entry Into iahmlkl the king had been ac customed to take an alternoon walk to the famous white tower or to the cavalry barracks In Leaser Kafabarum. Tin- siag'i confidence in the people was so great that he went about freely, accompanied only by a single quarry, The danger of this cus tom was. apparent to members of his entourage, who repeatedly, but without avail. reiiiested his majesty to permit the presence of civil guards. A few davs ago four geiidarmis wile ordered to follow the king, l ut their pres ence was considered so objection able by his majesty that the number was reduced to two The tam followed at long itreets here ffled lours, lied to bar- nfes were i suspended 'Xtlnunlshcd hml a dead The tn noks, . lost d. shops hi. I Assassinations Form a Bloody Page in World's History Tln ie Is scarcely a country In the world that hus not at sum time felt the hand of the assas sin Rmperors, kings, presi dents and statesmen have been slain by anarchists, persons dis gruntled because of leal or Im aginary wrongs, fanatics. Insane persons and political conspira tors Since tin I car I Mil the toll of the assassin' among world s rulers and presidents of repuh- lbs is: Paul, emperor of Uusslu, March N, lsi, Abraham Lincoln, president ot the United Slali s. April I 4, I Mi.'i. Abdul A.iz. sultan of Turkey. June 4, 1876, Janus A. Garfield, president of the ITaked states. July . lS8t. ' Alexander, emperor of Russia, March Hi ISI1, Sadl Cariiot, president, of I Krance, June J4, 1XM4. Naar-Xd-Ola, shah of Persia, I May 1, ISS6. Bordla Idiarte, presldaat ot Uruguay, August :'.")p IsnT. Elisabeth, empress of Austria, September !u. Ceneral Hereaux, president of t the Dominican republic, July ill, Humbert, king of Italy, July tt It'll". William McKlnley, president of the United Slates. September, li, Alexander, king of S.rvia, Julie 1 ! 1902. Draga, queen, ot BefVia, June it, i tin-1. Carlos, king of I'ortugal, Keb- ruary l, I Ml. Luis, crown prince of i'orlu I gal, February I, 1908. Francis. ,, I. Maileru. pn siib nl I of Mexico, Fabruarj 2., 1911, i Many attempts at assassination have been made In recent years upon notuble persons, among them being Theodore Roosevelt Ola (.reeled hy f riends. ' Rants, March It, Oeaeral Porfirlo DISS, ex-presidi nl of Mexico, arriv ed here today and was greeted by the vi hole Mexican colony. headed b MSi. Minister Setmr Bsteva, and the stall of the legation. S ILL BILLS EXCEPT MEASURE Executive Puts in Strenuous Day Signing and Disapprov-' ing Batch of Proposed I aws Remaining in His Hands. LEAVES FOR EL PASO TO ATTEND CONVENTION Fate of Instalment Compensating Officials Not hiffi It to Surmise; Thnty ui's of Time Limit Left IHtfllr t'spllnl ll.ltri ; M,,rl.lllK Journal I Santa I'e. March 18. Kvery bill passed by the legislature has now been ai ted on bv r.overnor W ('. Mc Donald, except the sai.uv bill, and wilb but thirty-six hours rrtnglHiBg In which to take action, If the hill ll to become tt luw, the governor hit to night on No. I for Bl Pa SO, where be win spend u day attending the natthH I the governor's hands when the legis lature adjourned were leioea louuy and six were signed, leaving but one. HOtlse Hill I If,, tlie county salaries bill, unaccounted for. while there is little difficult) in fig- iii ing out Ihe exact status of this bill at the present time, vet tin OOWns it will follow Is shrouded In mvsery and those close to Govern. a McDonald be lieve that he Is Just about as much up a tree as anyone else. It is known that he pondered buiR over the salarv bin this afternoon, lie kept a stsaog- raphi r al his elbow until ten minutes before his train left. In case he should I decide on w hat action he would take. but Ihe Inspiration evidently did Not o me. and about ten minutes before the train left the governor dismiss. .1 Se stenographer, entered a waiting automobile ami hurried to the train. Qhe thing i- baown. He did not si-tit the bill and file it with the secra iHfi tfi slut", although that olfice k"pt Ai'cordlng to tin- coiistitiiiioii, the governor has sit days, following ad journment, in which to approve a bill, ami if it is nut approved within that time itis automatically disapproved, W hen the governor left Santa ft lo- ttlfhl but m -i days ren time the salai dav ami a ball ot lb filed if it is to become a law . yet in tills day and a hall the governor plans to go outside tin- stale. The bills signed bv tie gOVSI ' to- 'ilui, six iu all. making with tile list previously published nlnet) eidHI measures enacted bj the recent ie--is-latufe, follow: Mouse Bill S I I. known as lb, taxa tion rcfol in measure; an act to Inves tigate tin- water supply on state lauds; act to provide for the Investment of monies of the Las Vegas grunt: relat ing to bonds of officials; repealing Section ISOI ol the Compiled Laws of 1 Hi?, ami tile general appropriation bill. Tills last bill did not get past Ihe governor without being severely blue-penciled. Tin- sections disap proved bv tile governor applied to both the second and third ftsoal v ein s and arc as follows: State Auditor Salary of eliWf clerk ami docket clerk, to la' available on and alter March I.'.. IMI, M,u4&, Mate Treasurer Salary Of addi tional cbrk, I00, to be available at the rate oi ITS a month tor the re mainder of the fiscal year. Supreme Court Salary of clerk of the supn-me court, 18,000. Corporation Commission Salary of insurance department cbrk, 11,800; salary of record clerk, 11,200; salary of stenogra idler, 1090, Insurance Department Salary of superintendent of Insurance to March If, nil 3, iTuu. The list of bills v stood today by the , governor Includes both m-iv county bills, the public drinking i bill, the fence law and various other 111 isnrcs which are mentioned In detail . B fol lows: Senate Hills Disapproved. Abolishing tlie public drinking cup: relative I., tlie ilistriliiti.il of monies received from Ihe United Slates, rela tive to the performance of labor on pi'blle, streets In Incorporated towns and vlllagis; mnklng It a misdemeanor for tenants t . move out until the lent is paid: Ho- fence law; providing lor a state bureau of mines; relative lo obtaining ami dfsseininatltm informa tion concerning the character and lvalue of the state lands: authorising county commissioners to make trans fi rs from one fund to another Mouse Hills Disapproved. 'renting Sunnier county; crcatih) Aglliiar county ; ex works, pumping a froftl taxation foi to state lands. Mi if lower plants Sara; relating I II II L'L'T. the same lull us Senate :lll 1 1 1. which the governor approved; the taxation hill: relating to publli roads and bridges providing for a stale highway between Albuquerque and Socorro: relating to public franchises: concerning th.' Ju risdiction of the supreme court in eases of QUO warranto and mandamus: providing for the levying and collec tion of occupation taxi-: providing for state aid for schools in incorporated towns and villages. GOVERNOR ACT COUNT! SALARY ON NEW SECRETARY OF WILSON ANNOUNCES FOUR POINTS TO 1 OF Mi, Gairison poses That ''il Men Be ""Scivice of Liilistei Reduced to Two Y Creating a Reseivc ONLY 35.000 SOLDIERS IN UNITED STATES Countiy Is Not Only Unpre pared for An Emergency, But Not Even Prepared to Pieoaie, Savs Head. ht Hsraaaj taasajsl Raailsl sasad wir i Washington, llarcn I, in an offi cial statement oi p..iti today, s.iie t, rv of W ar (larrison declared in favor of Immediate preparation of the militant forces f the t'niied states io meat an) uiergen, , , hutding a dta cession of dbai m.iuiciit b) Interiia tbilial agreemenl to be etlllrel) out of pfaiCC in Im . onslib i .ill, in of what the I Sited Stales Should do to meet exist - Ing ,, millions. The sec re tars pro posed retention of the regular army at lis present strength, Improvement t the national guard and .teatlon of reserve Declaring that he w. nut urging milHartsm, Mr. Oarrlaon said the leading noli In the United Slates smt) il" not advocate mllllarlsiii which means tin existence of a large standing army, but precise!) the Re verse, a small, compact, but thor oughl)' efficient iriny The most i ibid antl-rrrllltarists, he said, oulil iml seriously suggest that Ihe pteselil arm) of 90,000, W look alter a popu lation of more thlin 110,0110,000 In the I lilted Stales and ihe Insular posses sions, had afi) hint of militarism iu It. No one will pn lend. ' he tdded, that With il mobile lone of less than l,00fl men (In ihe Lulled states propei i, we are prepared; In fact, if you don't alter tin condition, vv, an no) even prepaml t.. prepare. il w e are call, il on to meet loi ce vv ith force, wc simple sacrifice men ami education in nrmlei under tile lire ol an eremy, the eiiormltv of Which, l..i relief, the sacretarv proposed nserve of trained officers and men: Imnrot i mi nl in the ares, ut national national t danaei iii Regarding tin 'la I V suggested th t.v shortening ihe present four-year nlistimnt term to two years so us to dlately available In ease of need "Many line young fellows,'' he said, "would delight ill a short, effective military training, If it did not unduly Interfere with tfleir starting m civil pursuits." To insure a sufficient Stipplv of Of- fliers, the secretary would inaki good us.- ot the academy at Weal Point, turning into civil life the graduates w hu are no) needed in tin f pein e. IT SRS OF GRAFT oniessions Lxpected to rur nish Evidence by Which League of Police With Vice Will Be Broken llo, (Br UorniiiK laaraal Ipedel Leased win-., ew York, March i s. - John 1 ' Mulligan, patrol man convicted of per jury, was given his chalice to. lay to turn against the police "system' Hftd save himself from ten years tn prison the. sciitcn,,. in- faces for testifying falselv that In did not act as bribe- When ILilllff.'ill Was ;ir sentence, a po.'-lponcin, nl day vvus granted at the re counsel. The scvelitv of t is expected to depend npoi frankness in ti lltng what of the "system's'" methods Att i in Whitman tomorrow, le clear to him thai It bus been cape must Wife ha a Ui urged i lull I the 'ing patrolmi to b. tin- I infesaton, Invoivim.- himself, r two ami te'eral civilian WAR NADEUAC RM WHITMAN HOPES TO SI fSTEM iinn REFUSAL TO ASK TO PART IN LOAN CHINA Ameiiuin Bankeis lidir,aleSanta Fe County Grand Jury Desire to Furnish Slice of Charges Messrs. Montoya, $l2r),00(),CX)0 Requirod by Coidova, Trujillo and Lucero, Now Oriental Republic, House Membeis, With Felony REQUEST WOULD MEAN SPECIAL PROTECTION President f ind; nested Might Work Harm to 1 8 (gaj Harajga ' ""' asetsi tssmd Hles.i v . tilugloii, .Maren is. rrcsiueni Wilson tonight, in a statement ap proved bv bis cabinet, after tv.. hourt of discussion, annoiineeil that his Sd nvilUst ratbm had declined to requaat the group of American bankers ' continue their n egotist lonj for part: cldaytlon in the 1 1 18,000,000 loan dl -sired bv the ChltMM g-.v 1 1 ninent. The I si.iteiin nt follows "We are inform. I j that ai the reiiuesi of ihe last udmlg : istruiloii a eaftajR group of American 1 I. .inkers undertook to participate In 1 ihe loan now desired by the govern- I meat of China ( ayproataaately , s i nun. nun i. imr government wlsluii i itmericaa bankers n participate aloai I with Ho baakera of other nations, be , cause It desired thai Ihe g I will of th,. United states towards Chlaa should haVi access to that great conn try and that the liiitcd States should Ihe In a position, to share with tin' I other I Mitt) I the d 1 Hons powers, auv political responsi that llllglll be associated wlih vclopmciu of ihe foreign niii r k'hlna in i unnectloa w ith her Industrial and comm. rcial (hterprisi . Tb. pi.s. iit admin iStratiOR bus been Mked by this group of bankeis whether it would rsttusM them a par ticipate In the loan The leplcsii tatives of the ba nkeri through a horn the ailiulnlstratioii was approached. ,li . t iled that the) would continue lo Hick their Shares of the loan under th, propo-i d agi eeineal only If - plesslv lelllllSled to llo So II)' lie gov I I llllll tit. The administration bus declined to make such reuuesl because It did not quest ollllili cause It did s of the loa esponsllilltv was plalnlv t.i would lie condition) V I III. I ill the request, I'll ll 111 seem lo us I inlmlnisirativ V tl hi If. and tin ., unlit. I part) i. sponslbllity on IU it, I ne mipiieii in rcqueeunfl tlie hi to undertake the loan might conceiv ably go io the iciigiii, in sonic un happy oontlngency, ..f forcible tater ference ln the financial, and evsg the political affairs of that great oriental stale, Just now awakening to a con sciousness of its power and of lis Ob ligations to Its people. The conditions Include not only the pledging of pgi m iliar luxes, some of them antiquat ed aiid burdensome, to sacuN th loan, but also the those taxes by fori responsibility on tin administration of Ign agents. The part of our gov - d hi the encourage thus secured and ad lulu enough and Is ob- principles upon which noxious Ii the gov ci tin I' pie rests. anient 1)1 the United ml) a llltnil but earnestly Idlng the area I Chinese y vva.v Hml Is consistent t ra iu meiled development hnmemorla I primipies. I' 'I' Ui t In j m pa thy. artldpali I ng the the ubl I 'bin. Ihe a p, rnap china. The Stalc.s moling mate Ii eon nl F) govern m is earnestl) tile most aile Id. ill. 11 and the li ndmlnlstra present "lib, nit which tin disadvantage, as ci a serious lit li their oufni if the visit to Washington Igst j itar Bryan, of the II II. I department. up with the id about departure the for state the vv, ncn; si , i , an in led on Pago Two.) LEGISLATORS FANATIC! ARE INDICTED FOR ALLEGED SEQUEL TO SENATORIAL SCANDAL YEAR AGO .( lui.'nl Ih, it RepiesentativH Solicited $:00 In Return for Their Votes foi Certain Can didate. .it. vi. ,,,,,, launtxi Ipeetal beasad Hiss,) Santa I'e, N. ,L. March 1 Itepr. - sentatlvaa Luis R, Moatoyi ami Man ual Cordova, of Tims COUnt) and Ju lian li lllllb i and J. I' Uuosro, ol Hlo Arriba county, all members of the first state legislature, th, second sag -Ion of which SdOUrl)ed Maiih 14th. were Indicted by the grand Jon in MsatOB hele. oil charges of solicit lllli bribes dining the senatorial election last year, i mi,, year ngo today, the foai nv m ban were arrested bv Ihe IlloUlile ' poll..' The officer who made Ihe ar-i.-t hid In a bath room at a local hotel, ihe men weie charted with re i citing t .".'iti each. The legislator wire trie.i before a committee of tile house "I representatives. lalcd and restored IO 'heir seals. They served 'be rant of their terms. Tb.- Indictment alleges that the ac ei s.-.l men solicited t00 from RlfegtO Baca, in Albuejueri)ue ittornay, prom ing, in return to vote as he di- rSCted. Sul.se.niently, It Is ellarged. Ihe nu n ... , , pted IH0 . .o h from Hllca alld pledged themselves lii vole as in directed for l ulled states sena t Ihe lime Ibis mollev was alleged i,i nave bean paid, ami the men ar rested members of the republican I i late central cnrr.mlttee asserted that Mr. Lain was set hag for Ihe repuldl can central commit tS for the pur pUSC 0 Hipping I I'e men. BIG REBEL F IS CLOSING IN dera jeneial necimnizes: Despeiate Situation in Which! He Finds Himself and Will! Fiyht to Last. .1 Illy Mi.rnlns .li.nrnul Hi.ul I ni-i-H IvDrs.l Naco, Ariy... March is -Besieged by I B earl) 1,000 stale Hoops rspldj) clos ing III agallisi Naco, Soliora. lieneral Ojada lonighi sdmlttad his pi..iicn mi nt. Intent ofl preventing a r.cur- iciiec of the fadaral victory f iat Sal unlay, I'oloncl Jiuin Cabrul Is tuk Ing time and pains K hem-In the small feller, il garrison lure, leaving I an only exit ov er the liitcrnaiionai ! border (o the north while troops of the Ninth and fifth United Stutescav. j airy await the expected border buttle. "I urn hemmed Iu and some way 1 must cut my Way out,'' admitted Qen- oral ijcda. "Despite my former victory, 1 (est i humiliated and .bid mined to tight to I th" last ditch, i have Din trained sol diers behind mc having driven dls- BRIBERY DJFRA cut is the warm reception. most mo- I tmeratlcn. tKIWHOYH ItlOINU M:ll isplratlon i.iii:do t WHV, i hm profound j Laredo. Teg., Man n I X. -Nucv .. wish o ! Laredo, the Mexican town opposite ill open- this lit.v. provided fOf battle late tu lle use of da)', and federal troops barricaded Chad mid themselves In Strong buildings, in ces of I Sharpshooters took up positions on 'tb,- roof of the Catholic cathedral aid le Lulled lull was III readiness lo repel all ex- of mo- .. ted attack when it developed thai and lull- "rebels." seen ill llle distance, were ween tills cowl, ovs iliivlng a herd or Cattle. II iblic. The I was reported that Argertoan Consul urge and I Qgrrett, who was a member of a pal ores lie. -I lv Hdini through tin hills near the lerchnnts, Xrjevn lairedo, bad been fired on. Mr tad engt-lOarrstt, however, is of the opinion financial I 1 1 11 1 th several bullets which WhiStCd over Ihelr heads, were strav shot! from a cow bov s pisiol DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT no, III killed immltted betwesn the two is said to have orig- - attached, thut At proper person for j kins was not tin i In r I., marry. It IS said that Stevenson I told Miss till, iii .n that Atkins owed him considerable money and when I Atkins learned ol It. he sought Steven son ami began shooting. I'pon Slev.-n-s, in s death, Atkins turned tlie revol ver upon himself Stev enson was mar- l ied, iL III! TRY TO DIE IN SUFFRAGE CAUSE Home Secietaiy Declares Only Way to Deal With Those in Piison Is to Let Them Die or Go Free. SYLVIA PANKHURST IS FED THROUGH TUBE Letter By Would-De Mai tyr to Her Mother Says She Makes All Possible Resist ance at Eating Time. illi Mi, mint Juuisil ,pri'UI lr Hire) London. !fiari b Is The home sec- letary, addressing Ho boust ol i' moiis today, In a discussion of th.u government bamlllng of the militant suffragettes, declared the only alter native under Ihe existing law was tu h i the imiliisoncd hiingi i -striking suffragetteii die or 1.1 ibem go. lie refused to release thfOI ami he wish ed In- could deport them, but It was doubtful whether parliament would grunt him tlie power to do so. "Send them to Ireland. ' interjected a riiri Hibernian voice. mi MeKaana ton how one woman in prison sponued herself all over with hat water and remained uncov ered all night in the hope of catching her death ol cold. Others protended to take their food, but surreptitiously starved I Bern Salve so as to become exhausted and dl In prison. Some had im tin 1. 1 themselves by thirst, re losing to touch milk or water. "The) an actuated." he said, "by Ii, al .1. termination not merely to 1. 1 Ing (lie law Into contempt, but to martyrise themselves so thut lhahr herob Utmple may act as a sHmulu'4 to others sagaged In the cause." Sir ArthUI Maikhain. a llliernl niember. remurked thut Iherg was a. conaplrac) among mllllant stiffra gettes lo kidnap Secret. u- MeKetina. Id hoped th. loiclble feeding await ing Ihe holm sei Tctnrv would givo I'm ih- 1 " k I "la' be (uvk'd at I" es- nt. The militant suffrage union mada public t,iav a Idler received hy Mrs. ICnmiellne i'ankhurat frtun her daugh ter. Svlvin, new In llolloway prison. II says; "Dearest mother I am lighting, fighting, fighting, I have four, five or six attendants every Any and two doctors I am ted through the stom ach tubs twice a day. They pry open mv mouth with a steel gag, lit'osslng ll in while there Is a gup in my teeth. I resist all llle time. Al.v gunid are BHrayl bleeding. i am afraid tbS Ma) be saving that we do not resist, yet my shoul ders are bruised by the struggling while (he) b"bl the tube in my throat. I used lo feel I should go niMil at first. I I tn nk they feared 1 was pretty near It. but I have got over that anil my digestion Is Ihe only tiling most likely to suffer now. (SlgneiH SYLVIA." WIMII N M HI HfnOIC IN Tit X MXSION Of lNiltlH. Washington, March 1 Demand ing i constltutiohnl amendment to en franchise women, the National Wom en Suffrage association Is planning lo l,c I, :. ,, ingress ut the extra session , ne. i beiore. As a preliminary mm eiiieiil the association has planned a monster iikivh meeting III a local theater mi tin- morning of April 7, ir hen llo extra session convenes. There are many speakers of reputa tion I then I definite program will be outlined for the onslaught upon tin congress When the extra session begin, there Is t I in Washington one of Hu greatest gathering of women advocates of e.jual auffrago the capital has ever witnessed, it wag an meed at suffrage headquarters today, From ever) congressional dls lini In the linlon there will como at l.ast woman, and there also gftlf i. a i least two rcprcsentatlves-at-Igrga from each state. They are to bring li"m I licit districts ..ml stati-t the demand tor a suffrage amend incut TWENI'Y-ONE PERSONS INJURED IN WRECK Ma i shiilltown, la., March IS. - Twenty-one persons were Injured three of them possibly fatallv, Wben ii north bound passenger train on tin Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad, i nown us the "Twin City Special," was derailed six miles muth Of here. earl) tills morning. The derailment look place at the approach of a Cul vert shortly ufter 2 o'clock. The en gine passed over In safety, hut tba combination baggage and mail Car, and a chair car went Into the rnvlue, now filled with water and caught fire, tin baggag, ' ai In Ing dostro) ed, 4 Madcro Pamll) lii Uve in Vnv York San Antonio, Tex., March 18. Am nouncstnent that the Madero familvf win reside In New York City, Instead of in San Antonio, was nunle her to day by Qghrlel Modern. The change, ho said, was because of memories connected with San Antonio, the city) vv here Francisco Madero orgaiilr.eif ihe revolution that overthrew PreVW dent L)ini, f . j