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THIRTY- FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVII, No. 79. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 19K Uy Mttll, 50 Ccuta a Months Slnitla Copley B OnW lly I'wrlor, 60 ( cnt Moiitli. PRESIDENT MEANS 10 BE ACTIVE Policy of Frequent Conferences with Democrats Announced from White House by Chief Executive, MR. WILSON PLANS TO BE AT CAPITOL OFTEN Tariff is to be Treated as Measure of Majority in Con gress and Will Have Support of Administration, (fly Mariilng Journal Hiurlid l.i..ril Wlrr.) Washing! March 1 !.. President Vil,,n will confer f t--i it nily with in m I " 'I'M (if tile house illlil senate III tlie president's room at the cnpitol during the extra session nf eng. Thin was it il ii ii in I the Whlie limine lute today. T! president lu ll nils to make himself ; i s accessible as possible to members of congress en these days when lit riff let islat Inn "ill have reached Us most impel Ian' ile clnpment. Tile president vlll tn to the capitol. It was sit 1,1 . lit the W hite I louse, in o spirit of friendly co-op, ration. 'i.o;o to consult with democrats and I ' 1 1 1 1 1 ,' i n j- alike on the progvess if legislation, lie believes, how e V .', t ha t he shonlil go to the capitol as parlv loader, lie always has saiil th i. the president of the I'.iMol States Has the clo teil lender of Ills parlv a I! I that he particularly charo'd hy the people Willi the earn hi!.' n'll ni' partv pledges. .Mr. Wilson lielieves tile tarirf hill slemhl he treated as a party measure. The aniioiiiiri -inenl to nay that the liliaia-e eonimillee .,.' 1 1 1 -senate anil the ways ami means i ,, .. llllttec of tile house wollhl work ill the tariff hill In Joint eonferenee, , i n sllltlng the pl'i'-iili llt niton, .va Ol line with Ills alea thai the ileum i.ie leadeis in congress Mould Oral! a lai ll'f hill which would stand or i.ill on its merits, holh ill congress and lii tor tile country, lie believes in enfn-,-.pg Partv discipline and all r III h-a-icrs have approved the tariff '!' make c itv effort to seta',, ate in i'oth houses witho-it v .1! ! .ss l. ...I llltel.ltioll. The p.csi.h nt nu t 'nei.il-', , it congress today r guiding .n-i n'nt melits, received inl.liy visitors Ih tile east room and look a brieing uiiMinn Idle ride. Senator John Wa'tcr HiniMi, of .Maryland, called to hit." liv ap pointment of YV. I', lovecmoa for I lie Vacant Judgeship In the I'oii'ill I ril ed states district court, hut 1 i I not discuss the senatorial eiMi'-'st in Maryland. Though urged P ih s '. by .Maryland leaders, the pr-.-idcul In s Hot stat"d ilellnite whether he is for or against the n-, action of .,i.or Smith, democrat. II hecame known that W. J. 1 la ri'V, chairman ef the ilemocrat'c slate ciimmiltce of (hnrgin, v-ry lik.ly would he chosen director of the 1 n siis. It nlso wns stated a ut Imntal n o,y thai the nomination of Charles 1'. Neill, to he commissioner ef a r statistics, would he sent to i he senate again when congress com ins A il 7th. Mr, Wilson was onnc,ra!.u! u .1 Pi lnallv on his election I" th-' pics: tloncy hy a committee nf th; Ameri can idiilosophical society fl wh.i il If is the eighth menilier to lieeniiie chief executive of the nation. Th- presi dent also received 11 coinmitpe rum the national conserv iitiol) e ...'-',' ess, which told hlin they wan'cd to lit-nd any Impression that the ol"-;'' ni.'.a ion was affiliated With tiie n.'ti.n.tl pio gresslvc parly. They d " I r ',. then wish for the use and e .a. ipni" it "f the country's national r 'niir.es ,.nd that Ihey approved Ins principle that reservation Is not eonsjo-. am n." . T TARIFF BILL President, Senate and House Confer Regarding Revision Which Will be Put Through' Both Branches, of Congress, (lly MuriiinK Journal Kprelul l.rasrcl Win-.) Wnsltillttnll. .March I!'- Tile house, the senate and the president cnne to gether iliformally today, for the fust time, on the "preliminaries of tariff revision." A short conference l tween the president and Senator iim iiions of the senate finance committee, followed hy a longer conference he tvveen H senate suli-iominitiee am. Chairman . I'nderwood of the house Vays and means committee, laid the Ki'ound work for a series of three coiii"i'ed ciinfet'iices that ale to fol low hefore the tariff revision hills ufo l'resented to the house in April. As a result of the discussions, it was said hy .Mr. I'nderwood and Senator Sim niona ioniKht that the two houses of congress practically will he agreed upon the details of tariff revision he fere the hills reach the house; and that tho opinions and deslre of f-resident Vvilson also will have len fully -onsidered. The liKht over ft''"' Wool de'ide,l hy the committee on Hay and means yesterday in favor of a IS per cent duty, will recur in the senate; and the reduction of the stmsir tariff will also be a stumbling block N LEADERSHIP OF PARTY DEMOCRATS EXPECT 0 AGREE ON NEW s I'll hy the leaders of the two hoiist lodiy. iln-se subjects Here canvass. and plans made to attempt to recon cile the various faction In lioth holl ies hi fore beginning of 111 1 11.1 1 ilehates in the hoiis,. and senate. The sennte llnance committee will work Informal ly With thi' house committee on Hays anil means; and hoth "III he In close touch With rresldetit Wilson up to thr time the hills are completed for the house caucus. The senate committee will tiru ! 11 consideration of the complete revi sion hill un soon as It Is passed upon hy the democratic caucus In the house and without wailing lor the house to ml upon It, The sentiment in hoth houses has developed strongly In favor of a single tariff hill, embracing the whole revision Instead of a separate hill for each schedule. Should the house alopt this plan, senate hades declare the tariff hill will he passed itilrkly 111 the senate. lieprcseiilative I'uyne, of New York, ranking republican of the ways and means coiiinitto, said today that while there would lie a minority re port on the tariff hill In the republi can members ot the committee, there would lie no lime to present a .0 puhllcan tariff measure The ipiestion is to when the tariff law shall go Into .fled has imt been taken Up. hut the opinion was ex pressed tonight that it would take el feet linmeilialelv on approval or the follow ing 1 1 , 1 v . I President Wilson is Giviim Sciious Consideration to the Fitness of China for Popular Government. (lly Mi. rl, ik Journal Sen I al I riliril Wlrr.) j J Waslllimion. Mll-vll !!.- i'resiilellt j Wilson is giv init serious consideration !to ilie iiiestiou "I formal ivcoKiiiiioii ! of the Chines,. I'eplll lie. The pl' si- (lent apparently has urn Milled delln lilely the ,iiestioi of r.cot 11 it mil. ami il was hellevcd tonltht that several 1 on I iaen.es on the Hiil'.leet and ni.iiiy I lllcet IlltS III the ca hlnet olllll he lle- 'iissary la fore Hie administration's nl Itilinle is deliiied. r'or main niioi h. jthe I'liiled States has dealt with th" 'Chinese re pul 'lie as only a d" I ado kov- eiiiment and loiioai recotnition ,s hii'Kely a matter ot sentiment. Th" American minister to China an I t Chinese minister In Washington ha' " had practically all the power I li.it they would have peMsesse.l t ri'i'n? nilan had he, n tiven. It is known, however, that China has Peon most anxious that the I'liited States, ,1a tiialest repnhlic. rccofinti'e the lan-s' addilii'ii to repnl llcan lanks. The pi esideUt's advisers hellcve China would he in a hi tter position to carry ,11 In r loan negotiations If she hid !,4his official approval of her new K - eminent I rum a Kt'eat pow er, anil h r fi 1 litis,' of friendship for the l'nlt-d Stales would he 1111 leased with 00, ,1 merclal advantages resultant there from. REGARDED AS Large Percentage of Forces of Federal Commander Have Crossed Border and Are Held Prisoners on American Side, lly MuriiinK Jiairnal hnrclnl I easpil Wire.) Nogalcs, Ariz.., Man h 19. ix hun dred picked Yaipil braves with four machine guns and two field pieces, departed today on a special train hound In the direction of Xaco, where (ileda is located with the only re maining' federal lone lu northern So nera. This makes mole than i'.iiihi men being emplovcd in tin- movement atalnst the small Muelia garrison which lasl Week routed state of all bably bv forces. Hernial ( ibregon. Ihe insurgent state will follow and tali niand against rieda. omniambr fores, pin e personal A meriean Illive hen igees continue n hand car and (ram I mm the vuunitv of Cuaymas. on the California gulf, where federal forces ill', bilizing. Arrivals tonight reported activity "1 Mexican gunboats up and down ih" gulf coast, and it is expected that ad ditional government troops will be landed soon 111 (luaviuas hay, where the Colorado remains Willi Hear Ad miral Sutherland, who has recom mended thai two more cruisers he sent to protect the large American colony tit Kiiipahne, opposite the bay from liuayiiins. The latest reports indicate Dial the federals at Cuavinas. if reinforced, will take the aggressive and move north into th.- interior of Sonora. Th mobili.ation ol' the slate troops above iluayas has met witli some delay ow ing to the operations, ill aitempling to crush ojeda at Xaco, on (he Aii.o na border. However, advices from Xaco Indlcute that I ijeda w ill not he able again lo offer serious resistance. His original force of some Jtui nun has been so depleted by desertions to the American side that unless attack ed soon, he inav (ind himself with piaeticully no fcllowimf. Knowing this, the state troops are taking their time about moving against the border town, ojeda apparently is assisting his enemies hy cutting the railroad lo the south and thus delaying Colon d Juan Cabral, w ith the ma., r porlion of the slate troops and supply trains, who is moving from the Cananeii district. tliere. While few Individual Items the tariff revision hills were constdi WASHINGTON RECOGNIZE NEW REPUBLIC OJEDA'S POSITION IS HOPELESS TEXTILE EXIST DEPRESSING Repoit of State Labor Depait ment Shows Labor in Fac tories at Little Falls Badly Cared For, HOUSES OVERCROWDED AND IN BAD REPAIR Bathrooms Aie Ui. known, and Many Membeis of Family Sleep in Same Room With out Ventilation, (llr Morning .l.ainiiil SixtIkI I fawil Wlrr.) Amanv . ,. t , .March 1 11 I lie n -poll if the state labor ibpaiiuoi.l on its investigation of , oinhtions among he Little I'MllH levtile VVolkils, brought to public attciiUon bv th, 1. "cut stl Ike. vvas made public today . "Certainlv it Is a matter ot tiave public concern." the r, i"i I savs. When a considerable body of vv 'ai niis ai'e toiiml liv ing in su. h 1 d liolls as ale revealed bv tills I'l l mv- 1 1. '.'hi re is tcisnn to suppose that more -r less similar conditions are to he found tlsewhcie." The in t'S , ita I ol s state ih.it prior to the strike nail of 'he men Workers received a weiklV Wage of $!l, or less, while half of the Women received less lllall Ji.Ml. "The settlement of the strike.'' the report adds, "made but little, It any. halite In conditions as to wag. s, .Monthly n tits for the space oci apnd 'V a single family or troop. runs from t to $is." nf living conditions, he report says 'Til hulls, s are frame si 1 mi 11 i', s. iiuilt singly or in groups. :.ith rooms are entirely absent, leaky loots mal e liv 1 ms impossible, ventilation al- ,vas is had. Cellars vv , re I. .an. I tilled ivith water, ashes, waste, gar-age and manure. SI, oping rooms ale small, es pecially when the numb, r of occu pants which they accominodai" is 1- sidered. Some are w lndow less, over crowding is the rule, owing to ignor ance of the need of flesh air in a sleeping room, windows are ke n con stantly closed, ev en I lie cracks being lilled or covered. The air of the sleeping I'ooms is charged with oil, us from the kitchen, the wash tubs, the garbage heap, and the cellars and In this condition is breathed again ami igalji by the sleepers. "Ill each household on, room serves as a kitchen, while all , 'tilers are sleeping rooms. The kit, hen is also dining room, living; room, wash room, laundry and In some cases a Sleep ing room. The head of the household is imt simply the head of a lamily, nor even in the usual meaning of the term II hoarding house-keepei-. She for the housewife is the real head is rather the linanclal agent ol the members of her household, herself and her immediate family f..'".v.im; only a Part of such an ortani'.atlon. "The term family Is little used in this report. This Is Intentional, family privacy is a thing unknown to the textile Vol Uors. This cannot he credit ed to a low moral standard, foi phy sicians testify to a relatively high standard of morals. "Healers stale that the mill work- CIS buy a la il ly good i'J'ad" of to,,d, of the children enrolled in the but ahools. onc-siXlh ale reunited suf fering from mal-nutrilion." ADMIRAL'S DEATH IS STILL A MYSTERY Xorvvell, Mass.. March In. Several new witnesses were summoned today to lisllty when the impicst Into the death of ll, at Ailinira I Joseph ' Katon Is re-iimcd at llintham tomor row morning. Anmut them Is James rrouty. who lives nearly opposite the Katon homestead, who has done chores lor the family for veals, frailty said that w hen the officers vis ited his home loday tiny took away a small i,iantiiy of Paris gr, en. which j he kepi In hi barn, lie said the sub stance was given him two yeais ago by Admiral Kabul. "lie asked nie to take it away from his pr"inis"S," added I'rouly. The sub -Id, theory ua 'ii allv lias been eliminated from omsm ration at the Investigation, aeconlim, : n offi cial w ho lias attended every si s- 'on of Die illiUe-. Miss liol'nlhv Ainsw'oiili. the vn. it of Admiral Katun's two stepdaugh ters, said tonithl that within six months her stepfather had told her ol a will ill which she and her sister, .lime. Wi le made helleficlalies. Later she utider-tnnil fiom another conver sation with tlie admiral that he hail made another will In which her sister had been cut off. Judge Kiiley. counsel for Ihe Katon family, said tonight that he was oils Indian of a will drawn by Admiral Katon more than a vear ago. II" said he had no knowledge of any later will. FROvST LAND CASE HEARING CONTINUES Chicago, March l!i. Testifying in the govern.. .cut's investigation of th" alleged Krust Alaska run I la ml frauds, II. K. llorroi ks, of 1'ortland, fire., ad mitted today that he signed claims to coal lands in the hope that he would he rewarded. He also said he (lid not know the name of the claim he owned. "Von never had the curiosity to learn the name of your claim?" asked Judge I.andis. "I'm adiume,l to say I did not," the witness replied. "I took no special Interest in It. My only iden In signing for the claim was that I might In; re warded hy Ihe people hack of the scheme," CONDITIONS WORKERS'PRESIDENT HUERTA HEW YORK BANKERS UNDER I HEARS FAVORABLE MAKE PEPPERY REPORTS FROM STATEMENT ON MANY SOURCES CHINESE LOAN Geieral Oiozeo Expects to Gain Active Allegiance of Zapata Bi others for Gov ernment in Present Conflict, MONTEREY IN FEAR OF ATTACK BY CARRANZA Barricades Aie Being looted in Sheets and Rcmfoice mcnts Aie Huirying to As sistance of Gnu 0-011, Illy Mi.rulnil Jiiurliid f.l,l If. I NlrO .l eh o i 'it v . March 1' I'h, a mm ty incisure vv as sit in .1 today I., I ' i - dent lllliita .Hid I' bllapll.d to t he gov.iiniis of all the stales lor I'n'i l-i ni.ition I'aseu.il oil."." .li . vv ho e vv, ukiiig vv.tn tile H..OI.IIH. nt In ,1 till the I o operation ..' I he ., d ll e "lit of the ', ipaia liothii is iiio Him Willi ioui h success i le. is to - i in'.: about the allegiance ,. Mo two le.,, I IK themselvts. I 'I ' y." erillii, lit I ! not convinced that H,. Sa'...., wiilj 'until in r,'..i'.n .mi ho. -ut '" ol.b l' to .,uu a .mil II..V. I on its way lo Sii inn of the lore, A I - I'lopoi li U'b d t"l Hi So not a , a nip. i i t u w lb lie li ward Ir.uu Casus i.iatiib , ll w . -t lunoiuh the M ,,i limn .oh. no s lusp, ill los from Aloiiliiev hula a', that ihe residents ti..c fear en at tack ly 1 'air. i iiv.ii . Tie .,n esi if Me- ..I .an, I. ram. ami tw.-ni, ,. minim in leMibnls, has eaes, ,1 sub, able ex- I .aiabrano ami tweniv proinim "t '" 1 '" I"'1"' ""' " of Molllelev have I.H., II , . I el a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .' to del, ml the place iu.i m-t 1 lol nit or al. attack bv the li ! Is. i !a rliead, s of i'. mi'lll and sand aave been cl'eit , .l in I lie ,n im ipa I si i . . Is nel it i ol ale stationed at all tie ilisHics. A heav , fori e of troop. IS mpoicd lo I e on the way iroiu SuMillo. bin ha bon delayed in order to guard ihe workmen repairing Ihe bridge in tin souih of Monterey. Mayer .ainai.taiio and the others uiuh r a n est. are chaiged Willi plotting to turn Ihe city over to Calianza. i;ii z ii:i wns tl,A I I III MiirdAHI II. .Monterey, .Mexico, Manh f. v lai'e force of minis under enlist in un Callaiiza. tlie rebellious goveinor ol Coahuila. has demanded Ihe surrend er of Monterey before iiinlniglil. The demand ns sent from Villa (laliia. fifteen hundred federals, cumio.iml- ,.,l bv iener.il Tru, v Aubiit. have been ru-hcil It'ou Villuhlunis to re -.s stated in I' resident Taffs ines inforce the garrison. Shortly after j sate lo congress ol I x-eemhei , ltom. C.eneial Aulicrt lef, Villahiaina llm i tlm pniposes, In effci, called for lb, Place was i, -,', u pi. al bv the ret, els. Many I, ridges have been 1,11111.11 ami wiles cut ami all trains scheduled to leave .Mont, lev have susiiomh il oper ations Indefinitely. All the streets In Monterey ate being fortified. A tri al many police wer,. placed under ar rest last night. Mayor Zamhraim was (akiii into custody on the charge that hi' had promised (0 surrender Ho' city to the fat r.in.a forces. ?cnoriil Tn -vim,, the federal 1 onimander, n 1 111 sl ed tieneral l.o pro. who has VCamoiano In custody, to pa 1 don the m,i , ' hut I.ojefo refnscii to do So. VETO AGAIN FIXED TO SALARY BILL BYMliLD Star Chamber Proceodii:'-'; of Governor Becomes Public After Grievous Delay; County Officers Dissatisfied, IHpile I iipllal lli,r,',,l nt MurnlriB J.n.rmil I i 11 elils, of their l.alil.ing groups, and Santa Ke, .Manh lit.. Ciivciii"! W. of the Chinese gov 01 1,111, tit ami to b, C. Mel ioui. Id has for the third I i ni" j read v for signature. v, toed a salary bill presented tn him I "Tin se terms were Inleiub il tn cov bv llm leti-latuie. The luiot lull lujor two points. The lirst vvas lo en- reeeve lie executive llSuloilova ISialil" lie llllliese g 1 . v 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 10 1 the last of a liiune series, pass, d in tin- last f. u .o. us of the legislat u. -Km ept for minnr changes, rahns ', !ji:;iiii as a 1 11 : 1 T. i 1 1 m 1 m and red mi mu ni $1111 as a maximum, it is tile - iuu bill thill was Mined earlier in the County officers, now facing the se rious problem ,,f being forced lo work for two years more x iftyo.it any com pen sal. on. are exlr, stiilig great dissat isfaction with tin governor's action. iim gnierniii- affixed his sign, i!or ami disapproval to the bill yestcrda v i before leaving fur Kl Paso, but left strict oniers ui.u no puniioity simum .... i, ,.., O,.. i limit t, it is said the govern.,! il on p la b s j tlie calling ol a special se-sion to I fiiiii," another measure, Iml as to this onlv the goveinor is authority and lu i is nol decided upon it yet. it Is r ported, lie bell, vs. it is said, that the calling of a special session Would settle the salary problem at once and at small cost l the state, opinions differ as to I li is, however, I',,,- many majority members expressed th, ni--elves before the adjournment us of the opinion that no I 111 lower than the last one passed could receive a majority of votes In both Imus, s. I minor (.overnor Mend Dies, pelliiigham. Wash.. March I It. former Hoveinor Albert K. Mead, of this stab'. (ii"d lab' today of valvular heart trouble. He was a native of Kansas and horn in 1 Mi 1, Amen'ca Willuhans fiom Six P.oueis Gioup Because of Attitude Assumed by Wash ington Government, TAFT ADMINISTRATION ASKED PARTICIPATION! I Pin pose of Financieis Was to! vMieiuginen i osmon 01 unneu States and S.ne Now Repub lic fiom Disastei, I illy Miiniliui .luioiiil liiilal I rnvil lriv) I New Ymk, Match I 'i V- ,, r, u It j of the siaieiueiit by I 'i , -1 , 1 . 1 1 1 iis,,n V estii'd.i V that Ills ,1.1 11. 1 !l I I a t loll i n.mltl li, I tciju, nt 'he Ann tu.ui j l.,i u k, i s. her, i,,.u c inieiesteil in th. six povvii' .,n I.. China, to eon- t I II lie to Seek tlleil shale, tile thlc, banking houses lu the soialle.l j Amen, all fcroiip, .'iiiiniiii . .1 loiiighl i t Itt-tr entile vv ,t lol ra w l Ir the i - ; g 1 1 1 la I I o I1K. T;,,. ,,,, in, . mont follow. ,1 a on- ,,,, , ,.,. , ,.,M'm n,,,., , , ., ,.,,. e, I ,,., , II, ,. ff ,.f .1 I' Mol t;,,. I (V ,.,,, ludiiig llieir si.ii. meiit ,.l, ,, I, ,,.,!,.,., , , ...IIS, del . lie Ulllllt the ii. a . 'I i.i I ions begun uiul, r the 'fall ad limiisi I a lion. Ill,' hallki'ls sav: "A- the Alio lleatl tlollp hoi been l.'.i.b to selVe Ih,. a d II 1 1 II 1st I a I loll III I lie past, II I i spci tl e ol the hoiv V I is!.., IllVolvid, si, i, vvas disposed tn S( , adiui 1. 1st i at ion. il , ,'., ,,,,ir,g ,,, ,,. policy ' now de lated. Ihe group has Hlth- , . , . . , n 1 1 1 . I . from III.. I ' li I ,i es.. I. , , 1 1 negnl la I inns ital his so advised the Kuropeau and .lapanese banking ! Kr..it,-. " i r.eiini int: wnh tluii ixplanalion of ! h, iW the A li.au ha n I. lilt lilt ll ' si In a a no in, or ! , ii the m vol la i i.iia. . tile s,ateuellt SltVS j ' I1.1 Mi'MiIni; ,l,,rll.ll S(M'li,ll I fllM',1 Mlrr.) ' ill Amelicau tlonp. . oiisisllli; ol I Iblllalo, ,. 'S .. .Malih I !', -- ,1ns, pll .f. 1'. .M. it, in ,V I',... Ixah'i. Ian I. ,v. I Sli I an ki. a , ovv b,.v from (ley set', Co., the Kii-si N illnnul bank and ii, I M.'iit . apparently ileim ntcil, llin w Nalimial lilv hank, was formed In the city hall into a panic tills nli,r the sorhit of I !;. III. on Ihe ex-'1 U When he ehlileil the uuivors nrcss, i , , site of Ihe d, i,i i tment f tat" thai a ii ii.i mil I group I riuitl- leil to take Up th" pulllffipal to whi.li A 1 1 1 1 1 . .in , anital was entitled hi the 1 1 ill, ua ic: railroad loan agree ment, then under negotiation by fin ish, french and Herman banking groups. This group thus became Inter i sled in Chinese loan matters, iml primarily for its own profit, but for purposes indicated by liesldent lull I ami Seeretaiv Knox co-operati f the bankers as Ihe inillspellsible lust I Ulluillalltv ' which the Aii'iilcan gov erunniil n, cool I" ena ble it to ''M l i v out a pi a, th ai and real application nf the open door pol icy ' The department of state considered that American on npera I lull with till banking groups of Ihe si v cl al ureal powers enabled ''le t'nitoil Slales to , xemise a prac(l- ,,l voice in China's a I fairs and const-! uted th" best guar antee Inr Ihe pm M i v at ion nf China's integrity. "I n nursiia nee nf the p'.lu V so ad ! vocal, -d, the American group, with the .. .1 . . . , .. , , a , .. 1 1, a. , una a, il elilai.ll into an aii'ceim lit with the f.iatish flei'ih and (liiniali groups for the purpose of rendering I i na in la I a-sisl-am e to I 'bin, i. I n I' c Li i ' a I y . 1 '.' I the four groups, at the re,,u, si of Ih, Ir respective gnv ernmeiils and Willi tile eonelll of Ihe Chinese I.' . iv ,111111,1,1. j admitted Kiissiiiii and .la pa nese linan clal groups lu the Ili gnllalloUS for Ihe rc-oi ta iii.itioli plan, thus con -I it nl int what has since In .n knnvvu as the 'six -unv er' group. "following ill.- revision and ib spite tin- fact that Ih'- authority of the new' republic has mil been giuetnllv ac cepted, Ihe American group .Joined vvilh the other ti n Ol l is In making In the pt OV i.-'ioll-.. gov el IlllieUl substantial advance- m enable it iiu.m firmly to establish Ms authority and to restore i o ,i iniil conditions t.hi ouglmiit the r'".,.yl,r,V),, , ,,.,,. l.n-i bon in ... tiiinfun during a period ol many nibs a loan agreement which in its cciic.nl terms appeared lasi mouth to met the approval of the six goVelil- , igani.e its administration on an d- feelive llo,e , ha- is to pay off its large outstanding debts and to build up chlne-e credit The second was to protect the interests ol Ameih u n and Kurop, an investors, for such protec tion, in Ih" ,ud-:nieut of the govern ments ami the groups, the only meth od was to ensure, despite any possible 1 1 ell. I'l l Of political Illll'eSt ill China, Ihe propel' , vpendit are of I he liind loaned to China and to safe- nard the handling of the mvcnit pledtol lol' principal and interest ,,r Ihe bunds, .vs a ,,.,, ,- ,,. , - holi In th" m ess eSterdi.V. tile i.'i s-l i ut administration at Washington. w ith a desire to be of as islam-,, lo China and to pr to American lu- (crests in the far fast, had ilceuu u that Iln-se purposes I. ..'iv heller be s, i v e.l I y the adoption of a dil fet cut and independent, policy." in iin or pi:i:siim: t si p.pkim : TO I At. I r S I . London. Mamh I The i mice. uoiil nl preside. il W ilsiui lii.it his ad ministration had dechn-d to ropiest the American bankers of Hie six-,w-ic group t continue their negol in lions lu coiineelinii with the I 'J ...I.iiO.i.i..) loan to China, cam,- as a complete sur prise o ihe pritish government, only yesterday Sir Kdward iro, the li.i tlsh fo.eitn secretary, In a w.it.cn re ply to a question in the house of com mons as to the position of affairs, saij the t , 1 111s of the loan had the unani mous apptoval ef the ix powers Inter est..,). ' his icplv was baldly In punt wlnn the in w an f the ,1, , is ion ot tin- Ann i a an guv i i iim, nt There has I ecu a gletit deal of dis- sat e I o lion in I Ion v llh the loan negol latuuis for rviH lly the sinie nasons th it I'l.sub ut ll-nii gives lol the withdrawal of the support of the I int.. I Stall H Those publicist and panels which have lie, n opposing Cicat 1'aiiains siippoit of the group lake 'at l-la. I'on over the American a, lii. n and predi, t that with the with diavval of the American bankers the vv hole -do n.e will fall t hi ninth. Thev point out that .1 ' pa n and Uii" sla have lie oioiicv to lend and that iliiiuiii' ..t pn-scnt has nothing to spal c t..r I illll.l ARGUMENTS CLOSE IN rt ' R TEN TINE CASE W a-.iii,tt..n. Ma i It I 'I A pi ol.iiig- ld dispute no r whether sllb'tallllal , V lib 111 e h id been pi, si at' d to sup pel the i h., 1 1. s of i -oli-pll .n V to lo sll.'.U and itnuiopoile (be tiade III liiioiii'iiie .,i,. lesin and the saf- II. b'tl. v "I I he lie ullilgs Ml ll h, d to- I' .-mi ..! Die a i j. a nt, nts hi the "so-, all. ,1 ,,,, , , , f O e I lie s, , ,,,, le tool c.i - e be Ollt of tile I II it.. I Slate- As-lsl a 1.1 V I lol IL V I 1 1 Ui I'll I I iiW lei', il hi li ill 1. 1 th. g,n , a una nt, ,b lend ,.,i ti,,. t, I a.lllt s III the lllillii meiti ami n. n.ii. I pit.s ,.f testimony to show tti. it III. i-.'v i i uuii'iit liad I 'i ov ,i that I In- nil!, cu .i t be A mei I I i an .n a St.. i i s , . .u,. , m had v ..lat j i d t he Slur ma ll a HI I 1 1 us I i w . Sa 111 Ui I 111 ihiuis. of Sav iiriah Ca. and former Senator .lilm , '. S in I . a 1 1 mil for the thhnse. The court may not haul ib.wn an i I, pill loll III ti ISe l.il.ae ail. . Hill- i im nl f.'r the miiiiiiici- lees.. l.o-.o-Ji Qt.ifinivL i f i mil H.ivC nr i J 0 1 I1 Ol 0 I U 1 I S K I , IIOIIl OtSCf, M....I llnmii'ik (llln IVIOIlli, I. (I I 1,1 I 1 1 O UMO dietl Dollars in Buffalo and Shoots Polit email, 'I 1 1, e and o eui ,1 five nl. I he chiks and a policeman 0.1 duty there, with a li velier, ( halbs K. lang. a police, man. win, grappled w lib the in in, was sin, I four limes, hut probably will re cover Slefiinskl , ailed twice at Ihe office this morning, asking for Mayor Kuhr m a n 11. or Ins seci clary, 1 ins afternoon he called f,,r the third time and ask ed Charhs Ktl, , ft. license clerk, for the mayor. Kuhdf told him tlie mayor Has out. "Well, I want $ltui," said Slefiinskl. Ktlofl Hied to pal lev will) 111, ..11, ill while I. ant. who had overheard lii" demand for nuuu v . walked toward him. The sight ol the officer appa rently alaruo d Stii'nnskl, who slopped hack and drew a revolver, veiling: "I'll get ll. at $l(in or know Ihe rea son vv hy." l.ang closed will. S, funskl. hid was ll.iuhic lu seize 111" revolver. Slcfull- skl liied live shots, four of which lodged lu I. ant s i.e. I, ami shoulder The fifth, aimed al Kg loir, went wild. Slefiinskl shook oir his wounded antagonist and began lo reload his revolver. While a deputy sheriff l,l al ,,ne door of the mayor's office, fir- lug a revolver In Stefuuski's diiciiton. Sergeant Hernial: Itur' Harm I usno. in ami overpower,,! the man. Al police lien, h ilal tel s Slcf.unskl ibclai'iil he was an anarchist ami had gone tn the eit v hall to ' si t 'em all" In his pocket vvas a curiously Hold, , I document, which the police regard as further evidence of Ihe man's unbalanced mind. It was writ ten on the slaliouery of a Ureal Kails, Mont., hank and purpuric, I lo he nn order for iflun. Slumped upon It In several places w 'i e Ihe yvords, "Jo seph Slefiinskl. cow puncher." after which was written In Ink, "fig rbh man." Sti I'unsl.l said he was n native of Poland and before coming lore had worked in Cevsei. Mont., ami Wilkes barre. Pa. MORE INDICTMENTS PLANNED BY WHITMAN X, vv Vol I,, Muni, i M , i v , incuts ill Ihe Walt. lie nl IllslliiJ Atlolili'V Whitman against the "police system" loday were of a character understood lii be priiiniiiiarv to tin n-t ill n nf lu ll id minis against three former Inspec Inis, within a few thivs, and In tin, compiling of lush evidence on which they w ill be based, I liv the fact that Mr. Whitman's imluiuieul bureau Is behind In its work, prevented the In spectors from being imlii led today, it vvas do Ian d. I me of the Inn Is ex- "lied to confess as soon as Im learns definitely that In will have lo f.ieo trial. John .1 llaititun. ihe patrol-' mi... cuiivhieil of perjury, .'.inferred Willi the proseoulor loday. Mr. Whlt-j man , nnfid, nllv expects thai llartigau will confess tomorrow and tell "I tlu i "system's' bribe fund, llartigau will! ... ,.,,., ...l liblav. bill his pu.iisl . , , ... , Inenl is ii , ,1 likelv li heavy if In ipplieH llils, evidence. SCORE BELIEVED DEAD IN CANNING CO, FIRE I'ollnvv int persistent rumors that from ten tn Ihuiy employes of the Malcolm Canning c.unpauy were buried In Ihe ruins of the company's main bunding vvhi. h vvas destroyed by fire and a gas explosion today, n tore of several hundred men began searching' 111" wreckage late lonlghl. Smou'dering timbers Into rcred with progress nnd tin. exioi number of dead will not he known for many hours. Efforts lo check up the plant's employes have been futile. Only live bodies have heel, recovered. UUIIILIIII-U UUIIUUIj I RUNS AMUCK IN ! MAYOR'S OFFICE IS E BY PEOPLE OF ISI Visit to Lincoln of Secretary of State, on Occasion of His Biithday Am iversary, Cause tor Rejoicing, FIFTEEN HUNDRED AT BANQUET BOARD Among Pi eminent Guests in Attendance Are Governors of Illinois, Kansas and His Home State. 1 (lly Morning Jiiuru.il Nwaiid t.nttr4 Wlr.) I Lincoln, Neb., March PLHack to Ibis Lincoln home for Ihe first lime 'since ihe day ..Iter Ihe election In Xov ember, which placed Woodrovv Wilson In the presidential chair ml pavol the way for him tu become a pari of ihe national adu.inlsliulloii, William Jennings liv. in to, lav re oivcil the ellthusliisllc greetings of jibe people of XeorasK... From lh .un, ol ins allivai nils mni.oiiK ui.i.i I. i(e tonight he was u busy man nnd h ciilcr of ailiaction. An Impromptu pilot, al his newspaper olllco shortly after his arrival, dunlin whl'li he held shell coiilore noes with closu political and personal Ii hauls, hum fol low ,, later hv u n,,,i c (orninl re, ci- tion ul a hotel, who. several hundred mo. and wound welcomed him and tendered cniigrutuliilioi.s. in the iiliciuoou Mr. llr un made a sl.orl address al a joint tnssion of !(he Nebraska leglslalure. rcpeatitiii In pint Ids speech made to Die Jllln oin pglslaluie Ihe day before, unit adding In his well known licwn nn the direct election of lulled Slale senators, u hiicf rclercce lu dollar diplomacy and Ihe uttlllide of tin: administration on llm Chines,, loan. Mr. I . i v .i.i ..nail kol Jocularly that he had found It advisable to adopt .1 new poll, y ll. the c, l.duct of his news paper, for ...any sears, he said, it hud I. ecu a steadfast opponent of llu national administration, but lor good and si.liiclcnt reasons it hcre i.ttcr would he u loyal supporter of Ih" administration. . To night at the Lincoln iiuultm ium. Secretary Pryuu was the gliesi of hun , r at a bainpiet teniiercd on tho oc casion of his tdiv -third Idrlh.lay an mvcisaiv Sharing the honors With Mr Itijaii ut t, might's function worn i Inve. n, .r L.uiiuc, or Illinois, who uc conipanicd hi.u Iron. Springfield; ilovc.nor 'lodg,s, of Kansas; (iover uor Morchead, nf XchraskH, nnd Jerry II. Sullivan, of low... Mr. In y un, win. had aunoiiiH'ed that bis address would be nt no poli tical siguiltcai.ee, was the last speak er on the list, bin he gave careful at tention to Hie HpcrchcH of tho tdher gentlemen and Joined heartily lu thu applause which greeted then.. ihe "dollar dinner" brought tu gethcr ti crowd of nearly Lit'O diners. It was essintially ix "homo lolK crowd, but there huh a K"nl attend ance from other slates, pa lilcularly from Kansas. Leading democrats, of Nebraska, who have Pot ulwuys been In accord vvilh the principles of Mr. fiyau. all. n. led and joined In H tieuionslrallon accorded hi.u. Tcle Kraiiis of cungiatulalions from Prcal ilcni Wilson, members of the cabinet ami others were read by Toastinustcr Kdg.tr H. Howard. ilovernoi Morchead, In welcoming II. " v isiling speaker and guests, told of Ihe progressive legislation enacted hi Nebraska In recent years, for which lie gave Mr. Itryan Ihe most credit. Jerry 11. Sullivan. Introduced by Ihe 'tast mnslor as who fought llu batlles of democracy lu Iowa, paid Loan Ihe tribute of lutvlnn Hocureil ihe denim ra lb- platform. lli un ! i ,, 1 1 1 1 ... I as one thing Tor Whl. h thu pally should pledge Itself, "untaxed clothing and food." A minimum wago and better social conditions, l.u Buhl, had bo n pledg. ,1 by his party. These, be said. Were secured bl'CUUIJO nf Mr. P.vaii, and tin- platform. WOUlvl le I e.a.glll.ell. .ioy, in. u I H. in.,', of lllluul?, in h a, bit ess said : "I am lu re with you lo do honor tit th, g.eiu man who mudii Wilnun nnd democratic sue, ,-s possible. Wet n there no Itryan during- a ll ot the period of IM.ii to I il I J (hoe would Inivo been no W lis, n today . With tl.H propl.) of Nebraska I uncover and d. honor tn the native son of Illinois and li.lopteit son of .Nebraska, Secretin)' vl tituti) W illiain Jennings Hr.van." dm, ruor llodgcs, of Kansas, said Ift part: "I know not what star stood over1 the era, lie of the Infant Son that wa.il horn in the liryaii homo in Salenij III. . March Hi. I Mil). It in sufficient tor our purpose lo know that for thu past sevento'ii years that hoy, grown to manhood, has been thu dominant figure In American politics and is to day stronger and more firmly fortified in the public confidence than any other man In American public, life. "We conie tonight beurlnif to him I. mi. Ihe people of Kansas u messagu nf congratulation, of love and loyalty, and by bringing to hlin the assurance. ui ibis fifty-third anniversary of hl li.ih, that in my stale his nume Is siill in agio and Its mention la Bllll greeted with thi) old-timn sincere, ap plause. With Mr. Bryan's soundnesn of heart good luilninlni. table energy, courage and persistency. Like an other Hercules, he has romti from each labor feeling that he has done a creditable day's work, hut always ready for another. If he wrestle. I with a Xumldiau lion yesterday, he Ih ready t strangle the h.vdrii today. If It were pointed out to hi... that ',io hud not brought up Cerberus from Hades, he stood ready to tackle tho Job. "If they tw ittol him "llh not bring ing back (he golden apples l mm tho garden of Hesperldes or with Hot cleaning out the Augean stables, h I'vUVUbled his; cUpl'lS, look. yi'J hlg ryuj; BRYAN ACCORDED CORDIAL WELCOM NEBRASKA I