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THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVII, No. 80. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 191; 11 Stall, 60 Cent ft Month i Single Copied, ft (VnM It j Carrier, 60 Coutfl ft Month. phesidemt wants early ictioi on currency reform While It is Expected That Tar iff Reduction Will Have First Attention of Congress Money is Close Second. MR. WILSON MEANS TO ADVISE LAWMAKERS John Bassett Mooie Probably! is to Succeed Huntington! Resigned, as Fiist! t Sccietary of State, Wilson, Assista1 Br Mnrnlni Joiirniil irtinl l.rnwit fl lr.1 Washington, March in. Knenurng- 1 i'd I iy tin' raild progress iilrriitlv in. nh' in t)n pre pa ra I ion of a lalil'fj revision I. ill, olese frit lids of Pr, si- i tlt'iit Wllm .rt tHt l'd tonight thai I tin Tiny reform m. asarcs would I"' I brought la lol't' tlio extra session j congress, The president talked Infor ii ally with Pome of his cullers nboiil tlio prospects for Tlit'v wa nt ii way urieiicv lei; is la t lou. re presc n t a t i v es of fort-Inn Kovern inviuced that w llii.- nietits at W ashington to he spokesman till' ll islllfllt Mould ill-Vote himself first and lon-mnst tn tariff iiilsum, In now holies t hn t at least a start on i-- monetary reform, if not aetual legis lation, would in possible in the extra SCSSloll. 1'l'oni Ihe Hi'.-!, tile lf, sill. 'tit lint be lieved in t In- i f-sity fur Immediate currency refoi in and though anxious j that congress should fo. ns its ntleii-i tion an I lhat of the nation on tn.' tariff iiuestlon, he never has given up the idea of yetting .1 rurrcm-y mea sure I't'fore Hit eoiintrv within a fw luoiiths. Some of his friends said tn. ilav lhat they were partleularlv hope ful for eurr.ncv reform heennsc of the attitude of tile democratic lenders 111 taintless t : i wit it expeditious netiiiri (Ml the tariff. Senator Simmons, chairman of the tinriiv't eoiiimlltee, is report, il to hae said thai the taliff eould he dis M'Sed of within three months. Like tin tariff, the current v I. ill. when drawn, will lie presented as a party measure, ear. -fully worked out hy eon Urt'sslonul committee In co-opera' ion wi'li the president. It w ill not be made plhie. It Is Said, mild It has been studied closely by members of the cabinet, recognized authorities on cur rency tuestlous, and iionie ol' the lend ing business men of tin ciuintry. In whose Judgment the adiiiliilstratlon has eonf iib-nce. The president intends to stay m Washington throughout the .-xtra ses sion, giving' every attention to legisla tive matters, lie has declined, every llav, Invitations to make spei-ehes out of the -lt v. Tin ctil.lnet will met to morrow when the question of recess appointm.'nts will l't discussed. Th" resignation today of 1 1 nut ingtoii Wil son, as assistant scero'ary of state, leaves, the state depa 1 I ni.-nt under charut of Alva Adee, second assistant seeretarv of stHt. It is prohiihli. how ever, that there will In- a recess ap pointment of .lohn I'asselt Moore, as counsellor to the state department to morrow, so mat lie can . o-.. ...v with Mr. Adee in running tin liMI't mellt. de- Tim oresiilelll tel. K ra piled I'.rv an lhat he m-ed not cut short his vaca tion on nccoimt of Huntington Wil son's withdrawal. The president had a lou,',' stf-inK of cullers, lie talked over th" tnrii'f with Senator Tlmi -ns. of t'oloiado; conservation, with S. Tl. Thompson, president of the Woudrow Wils.ui.cluh of Denver, and currencv Willi f'rof, .1. l.Murencc T.aunhlin. of the Cnlversity of Chhimii. Toinnrriiw the president will .11" ciiss with New Jersey democratic leaders, the status of the jurv r.-lorin hill In. th( legislature, (ieomc I'. I.a monte, state hunkinp and insurance eommisslDiier In New Jersey, saw the piesidcilt for a short time tmi-iy. II; is l,elnK inentloneil for compti'oller of the currencv and It Is reported thai while the president Is desirous of ai puinlinK' him. In does not want New Jersey to lose his services as yet. It ia-ramc known toniwht lhat l,yn den Kvans, a niemher of the last con gress from Chicago, is li.-ini; strnnul.v uru.-il for appointment as commission er of corporations. Mr. Kvans is re garded as an authority on 'corporation and M'oiistitutiunal law. SI CKIT.MtV or staii; KltVW i:m)ousi:s tiii; i'iti;siin:T. Des .Moini'K, la., March S. Secre tary of Stale William JcnniliMS Dryan toti'iuht declait-d that he was entirely in sympathv with t'resident Wilson hi the l.-itterK atlilllde on the proposed Chinese loan. He declared also that lie was Ulinblo to iiKiec with wtiat fornn'r Assistant Secretary of State Huntington Wilson had to say run ta.TlliiiK the "six power HUrcement." The secretary ( state was eimaH. d 111 reailiiiK the published reports t,f Huutintot Wilson's resignation and the reasons therefor, when asked by the Associated Tress If he had any comment to make. "I cannot, of rour.se, aKiee with the toriner assistant at cretary," saui Mr. Hrynn, "In what he says eoncerniiiK the six-power Hureement. The repre M'titutivfs of u. srotip of bankers were heard and the matter was considered l.v the prcsldt'lit. The principles in volved were such that it did not re quire any meat leniith of time fur the president to understand and act upon them. "The assistant eefrctary. Mr. Hunt ington Wilson, handed in his reslKna tion when President Wilson took oath of office and expected to sail for Eur ope lust Tuesday. Havim; lo leave the fit - for a tew days, I asked him to tklay his departure until I returned. This he consented to do. but he seems to have felt that the change of policy Prevented his remaining. He looked t the Chinese loan proposition from Ihe same standpoint that former President Taft and the late Secretary Knox did. 1 have no doubt that in (llO II III tt Of ' Cif till' Chinese h.un Ihl' l;iti' president mid retiring secretary iiml assistant secretary did what they thought best fur our countrv nnd China, I. ut 1 urn cntlr. lv In sympathy with the iittltii.l.. of president Wilson a ml lirnrtlly endorse both the position taken mi.l till' language rtnploveil liy l,ihl .Hid 1 nui add (li.it I mil Mil'' t)ii' country will approve id tin change In policy. "I inn equally confident tint t'liln.i will rejoici t 'our nation h attitude My association llh the assistant see. rotary. Mr. Wilson, had been Vcrv pleasant. 1 have found him courteous and helpful dutim: in onnectiiiu with tin- department." ill vii.T uiisov n.vsiii s Willi MINIM. I.OW I'OI.M V. Huntington Wilson, assistant a ml a, tint, nc, letaiy of state, has resiKticd that office and Insisted on Immediate arceptaii. y of the resignation !. auw of his radical tlitfci, litis of oplmmi with the admlnc tuition i.-uai -dim; Its I'hinese laillcies. I'l l sitletu Wilson immediately accept. , the rcsmna i ion. Mr. W ilson, like all asslslant .-, . i-.--tarlcs of the various departin. uts, tendered his rt siuna I ion as a malt, r of fi rm to f 'resident Wilson dir.-iily on Ihe hitter's assumption of ,,'fne. Mr. WINon was tf.iiesli'd t' continue Ills place until it should lie t .tl i-ui. Ill for the prcsiilei't to name his su. , Mir, and coiicii(fil to do so to ac ,on.m. elate Seiiet.iry I'.rian in his i,--Mre to make his visit to Lincoln. Ni l'., so this involved the a liandoliitit nt of r.-s.-rv ..tion which he had made on n stcamhip sailmii for Kurop.- last Tuesday. In a I. -wold I. tier to I 'i . nl.-nt Wilson, the foii.nr a.tiuK s.,r,l.,iv of stale si t loilh that wlun he urn-si-nted to eont,niie for a lime with Ho 11. vv administration he tint not uiider-s-ind there Wfie to he any radical changes of policy for which he would he , .ill, ,1 i u to act as stiokesiuan. The letter coin inn el in pari ; I "II today he. Mimes the dnl of the luctini; scord try of stale, in l is y,i 1 1 h - Iiik instriu'i ions to tic n-pr. s.-n ativ . s ol' this kov ei ninent ahroatl and as the channel i f . omniunicati.'ii w ith the of tin- pre: ith nt In retard to a new lar eastern pulley which Is apparent- I ly sin leducil h- from your statement ls- to the pros last niiiht. Inas- nuich as I tin, myself entirely out of harmony wilh this radical chanite of polit y as I ui'ih rstand It. I trust thai VOII will sv mpallll.e -With the V lew Unit ii was not appropriale that I should longer retain th" respnnsihili-lic- of th,, ofii.-e which I hive now relinquished. "I had no reason to suopose that the officials on duty in tin- d. part luenl of state would learn hist I roil, the nevvspa pets of a ileelaralion of I policv which I think shows on its lace. Ill" ii-aileqiiacy of the t onshloratioii I -Ii to the facts and theories in iVulve.l and the failure .hallv to lil- preheiiil the moliv'cs lea.linv; to and lh"' purposes of he polh y su pi-rscileil . I had no rctison to suppose lhat the fate of m-Kotial ions which had so hum had th,. studious at.-ntlon of the ' foi.-lmi ol'fici s of six- meat powers I would he iihruplly determined w ith jsueh quite unnecessary haste Mild in 'so unusual a manner. These nieth ! od.., ;i.iii'st w hich I respectfully pro test, are Ihe very ext rum dina t y circiimstaiices which I f.-.-l vitiate m iiml, i si.i inline with Mr. I'ryan and cohipletcly relieve me of any further ohlinntion in the premises. 'The repeated utterances if the last administration must have made It perfectly clear that the motive and purpose of Ihe policy now" uhnndoned were lirst and primarily the protec tion of China's inleurlty and sover eignity, tile Uplift of the I'hinese peo ple, morally, malerially and ?mini menially, the ilev clooment of t'hi tia's resources mid the maintenance f,f our t.-adilional policy of the "op, n door" of ..quality of opportunity for j American enterprises I'ret Is.-ly he- cause of the ulilniale possibility of a j measure of forchtn control of China'.-Jllnaii'-es. which may he inferred from a study of ot her countries which have found themselves In a similar suua th n, it was defined Imperative that there shquld he American participa tion in the rehabilitation of China's tlnaiiccs." Supplemental Report Filed by Traveling Auditor Attributes Discrepancies to Faulty Bookkeep I? 't-a (Hlnti. ( iqiltal Itiirruil t MarnlnK .rnul. Santa l-'e, March in. Iraveiinu Au ditor How ell Knrncst has lilcd his sup plemental report In the Investigation of the books of I:lo Arriba county. It will he remembered that at the time the lirst report was made last sprlntf il was staled that the books of former Trcasuier M. A. Conzalcs had not been examined, because they were not at the county sent, but were al Mr. Honzalcs' home at Ahlqiim. lie was asked to send I hem to Santa l-'c for examination, which he did. According- to Mr, Karnest's report, there Is a shortage of 4.".n.':l In the accounts, made up of the folliiwhiK Items: Shot-tan. - on merchandise li censes, $330; taxes marked paid but unaccounted for. 4 1'.TU : (".lobe Kx- press. company tax, $).i:i. Krrors in cash Journal, .ili; penalties on di.lln quent taxes unaccounted for, i'M.Hii. This totals $4li.fi'f, less 4 per cent eommlssion due Mr. Honzales. The travelliiK auditor seems, to at tach more blame to lax bookkeeping methods than to nn tiiitiK else. two indFctments on charges of graft New York, March -0. Tvoi more policemen were' indicted hy the (ffuft grand Jury today. They were Pntrol men Victor Meyer and William J. -smith, ami are acens.-d of bribery. The true bill nliulnst Meyer was based oil testimony iriven by Kosie Hertz, a i-oncjcted disorderly . resort keeper. John J. llartisan. the patrolman con victfd last week of perjury, will not be sentenced until next Tues-day. FORMERTREASURER OFRIOARRIBAIS FOUND SHORT niinrn iiinni n inin nnnnnrnnmrn mil r imnr nninnn inmiTn 1 1 HI 1 1 I II Mill III 1 1 nLK L IIU Ul LL LL U I I I U A Ihl I M I L. I l lUliiULD VVUnLU HGlAG T 1 1 U U II L J J I V L J 1 1 U L L U1JUL1IVJUUU Willi I J DPPORTUWITYTO AID IN IE CRUSADE Appeals Aie Made to Spe.it! Legislate Committee Ap pointed to Di aft Remedial )lice Regulatie is, WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC COULD BE SUPPRESSED Letters fiom Resoit Kecp:': Tell of Efforts to Piotect l!: foitunate Gills fiom lives of Shame, (Hy Hunting liiurii.il Smi-IiiI I t-a'tl lr ) Albany, ,. V., Man h -tb A i i v from Ihe oiitcasls ot lb,- underworld, pltatlinit f.-r an opooiiun ty to co operate In the efforts being made to solve the social evil question, 's voiced In Iftt. Ii to the special b-l! islnl i V c et nimiltee appointed to draft r. me dial p. lb e legislation f,.r New York t'ltv. Tnese letters, amotu'. tile thou sands, or more, received by the com mittee from New York City officials and civic bodies, and citizens ,n, r allv, will be iiiven st rious coiisuleia tion. Senator Wanner, chairman of the committee, announced todav that fur ther meetings of the commute would I... held and the senate extended the time for icc.-ivltu; the 1 1 port another week. Mr. Wanner mail,- public to nliflit letters received from women ol tin- underworld who insist that the ic in iis-lst the till, u pi rum if i i" operate in their own wav. toward rc strictiiu; and si-m-. i'a t Inn tin- social evil. Tin y claan this phase of the situation in .New York is the source i f all K''atl. Thc support tin- plan of the citizens committee to the b-n-islatois preparinu a social wcllare couimission and ph-ike Ihi in-elv.s to If ol rcalor value to such a commit tee limn all id lh,' social and civic bo.bcs ill Xevv Yolk. Tiles,, women also tic hire t hat I be time lias conn when New York si Id at least han dle Ihe snbjc-t pre cll ally and sensi bly and "in. I make any attempt I" diive unfortunate women from Iioiim s that nive minov.ui. i- to no one to th,1 file. Is mid lo the Killtets and lo help swell the mno of street vvalk.is who have no reiiard lor their own ph.v ai.il condition, nor the Inalth of the peo ple in w ho'e midst they . tteulal'." On,. Worn. in wrote: "I am repros, ni inn thousands upon thousands of unfortunate nirls thai are without homes. Some are work lux for starvation vvam-s. Some arc selling their souls to keep off starva tion and cold. These women are much like other women, Ml nruih-s are to be found in their ranks, some K J, some bad and others very had. My experience is that the outcast women of Society have a ciillc of nun -nls and ale In nest In Hie majority. The heller hiiir would be surprised lo know of the s,-ll'-sa, lilu i- thai m.inv of these women make tor those that arc dependent upon them for suste nance mid .almost everv Mill has one or more dependent upon her for sup port. "I have had Kills in my house who have had nc al bli nd in their vcnis. Many of them were the ilcsrcndiinls of tiie last families in Kurop,. and America; sonic wen- Hie ilaunhl.-rs ot well known rli-u-'yiiii-n of ('hbauo, Philadelphia. New York anil lloston. The army of the falbn' Is tcci'liilcd from all ranks of society, incluilink the .launht, is of the elect." "If you vv ish to net rid i f fiiaU In Ihe police, department for all lime to come," ".cute another woman, "re move the poiice department from all temptation. Take Ihe social evil out of the police department entirely. If we were prole, tcl by the city Instead of persecuted and oppressed and driven ami hunted I'n in pillar to post, We would he of ureal help to tin city by protectini; the voun;; women from the procurer anil would convict every one of them by a simple process of Informing this social vvclfaic cominil lee. Should a cadel brhm a nii'l lo our houses, We would pledm ourselves to help prosecule and convict any white shiver that comes before us. II Is only tlirom-h us and in eo-opera-'ion with u lhat von will accomplish this. "Should a voiiliK Kill come to us with the intention of Icadini; that life we could nuain c mini'nicnlo with this committee and thus save her from go ini? farther ly lakhiK care .. :-.-r anil persuadiHK her and niv inn In r , bttlc purse which we have done so i my times, and send her home to her ir ents, without publicity, and before i. is too late." TEXAN CHARGED WITH THEFT FROM SAFE Sandusky, okla., March 0. A war rant was sworn out al Coweta, Wan oner county, todav by John S. Illlby. chnrttinn J. A. Wishard, of Fort Worth. Tex., with slealitiK uegotiublf notes and secuilln-s worth J.'.ijti.aiin from llilly's safe al his home near Cowela. The Wiiriant was stilt I" Kurt Worth to be served, pilby claim ed he laid notes, one tor $:.o. mill and one for Slllil.tuui against W ishard, taken lo secure payment for l' a I es tate and the Holes were past due. W is hard went to Lilby's home to discuss the matter. Later the two notes and additional Securilies disappeared I'roin the safe In which I'.ilby kept his pa pers. Illlby Is one of the wealthiest men in nklah.'ina ami also has large land holdings in Texas, .Nebraska mid Kan sas. Slis'k l-.'xcliiiiigo Kill Near Piis-anr. Albany, N. Y., Manh 2. Without opposition today the senate advanced to the order of final passage the Still- well hill designed to prevent transac tions by brokers after Insolvency and the hypothecation of customers' "se curities" by brokers. COUNTRY SAYS COL. BRYAN AT BANQUET Tli'oiig of hnyaiis Giect Nrw Scciftrny of Stale Who As scits Wilson W;!l Riv.fi'ie Splii of Foicfatheis, NEBRASKAN SPEAKS IN HUMOROUS STRAIN Plank Pit in Platfnim Twenty 7 hi ee Years Ago by Pen less Ow Will Berome t-iw. He Dei laics. (It? Mitrnbig tiui-riif iM..'ti.l t :o.i-tl H Irt- I 1 ic Mollies, la.. Mai.-h .'a 1 Stanil pali.'in is d-ail." tie, lar, il William .1. Iliyaii. si'.-tctarv of state, o.lore th. annual banquet of lb.- ,1, t;', rsoii elul, lure touU-ht. The suit. 'incut emm larlv In his speech, and the orator, spcakuiK l.efoic a ciowd which filled the I ,it coliseum lit re, dwelt loin; upon t lie fa, t t hat lie l. licv ed that the highest a o o o I II p 1 1 s h . 1 1 , nt of lh, present adniinlslratlon would be the restoration of what h" ttinnil wa- the spirit of the forefathers to the lns unions of t he rutted St. it' s, You i a n not cro-s t he I'm led spates .1. e ,,..I XI l:n:in -itl passing t In, , nth a claic which is ti - el-ne.l lo a hlNUi'i-oiti- demo, ...I llii. III. I- has iusl plnced die III oil,., i ihl, i t I, 'i-le. I a proisr. ssiv e at the lastlwhai tlio conimilt. c has done .'on Ic tioti. as tlid XcbrnsKa. Kansas and Missouri, and v on ca v,iv nt ar I,, fillini; out this list ol western slabs ly el. a tun;- one here In Iowa. Just a day or two b, fore I It It U u-hliimmi a low I'hlt, .1 Slat, s sen iter a III V ed lie was, I pi -ulil csslv e ih-moi 1 a I 1' It. II I New llaii:p--liii c All Ihe im uibers of lb. cabinet ale I , c; r CSS i I ' democrat''. anil the leader In ihe s. nal, is .b.lin W. Kern, for whom li.niiii.eiui pro'-ties-siv , , -1 u , ,, i a t s i a-t ' hell v ,tc t.. Vi.e , I t I I . t a .liolt (inn aa... Mole 111. Ill this, the M mite of the I lilted Slabs has luiii made ,,i ie.i es-Iv and Ihe new 1 lib s ol that bodt enable lb, tnajoritv , (' the pat iv to , u ,,l " Sei i. l.uy lb.', an was in a hnmorou vein iliirliiu; a l,li;e pari t Hie a. I Ire-s iiml insisted thai lie made Ihciii,,,,, m , n u 1 1 m.. I he iiu! Iv id mil mem - pi. sint spiakim: api, n,u in th. west bet a, etc be had to do som, thin 4 to plevellt Hie pcilie from b, Ii, V I In' he VV olllil be a sllenl meliil., r of I II cabinet. He exhort, d the i ff:, , - seck ClS to remember that ev ct v platform of the paltv for the last twenty Veals had placed principles before office holding, but thai the fact 'v hu h ap palled llini was he was lint able to aj'l'ooit ail oi Hi. Mien, Is 1I Olliee I,. ) had no .b.ubt. be declnred, of bis abil- it.v to perfol 111 the public dlllios of the office to which the president had ,.ill cl him, as to- expected ti, us,- the principles of common sense, m-, ess.n v in everv -.lav hie, in solving the prob lems of oft Ice. Tin- same principles Which enable two no il lo live together as neighbors lor a term o veils will inabl, this nation to live ,i'i t.inis of peace Wllh everv other nation, lie said. Secret, ilv Mlvan also stated thai In had discovered lhat one ol Ihe duties he vv on I.I be able I,, perform while scretarv of Hate was the almoutlee mcnt to the people t fin I Ihe "plank I put 111 III. platform tW out. Iblee vears ago had I e n put Into effect. This alone is worth aeeeptiug the ,,f I'b e for.'' H lift- speakers of the eeiiltm wore Claude I!. Porter, of Ceil I r.v II I.. : J. rrv P.. Sullivan, of I ii-s Moines, ami L. Congressman Marliii J. Wade, of ,,va City. Mr. Ilrvan w III go to Lincoln, ,, l,., for a few davs' rest bclole going again to Washington. UP TD REFEREE IS Introduction of Evidence and Arguments or Attorneys is Concluded in Litigation Af fecting Road, IMatt iiill:il Itiirt-ilH of .11. a-,, big .loimiul.l Santa I'V, March .0.--The New Mexico Central receivership case, which has In en hanging- fire for sev eral v.-ars. is now no to ll !' r... t ,.,i,, C Collins Lo- I', ni, I a, I In, !..... ' vn! the evidence In the litigation has been presented to tile lelelce, and the at tnrneys for the various Interests and parties effected sul -milted their final arguments here today. ficceiver C. C. Murray and Attorney John s. W'ciult, his counsel, both , l i 1 1 x -burgh, l.-l.t for the cast tonight. Kef free ( nlllns is expected to present hl- I fiudlngs to Hi da. vs. court within i'VV I AUTOMOBILE BANDIT IS SENTENCED TO PEN Chicago, March James Perry, accused ol being the brains of tip automobile bandit gang, which com milted Inn II robberies in Chicago st reels, was found guilty of highway robbery today and will be sentenced to an iuib'tei initiate term In the peni tentiar.v. Hubert Webb, alter pleading guilty himself, was guarded in the jail, his companions in prison having threatened him because of his testimony, CENTRAL CASE NOW FO EC JUDGMENT TARIFF BILL Chali mar, of Ways and Means Committee Says Statements Made So Far Aie Entmly Misleading. UTMOST SECRECY IS TO BE MAINTAINED is Asked to Foim No 0 is in Advance ot in- tiodui tion of Measuie at ! Opening of Congiess. ., (ll. M, ,',.!.. .I.uirnil N,i,.l I r.ioril W lrA W iishiiii-ton. Mat ell JO - I i.-ioocialic lander t'nderwood asked tonight that thet ouiilrv w ithhold in,h:m. i: oil tin- tarllf rev :sioti lull until It is presi-nici I th,. hoiis-e ami mad.- public by 111 authority of Its trainers. All alonw he has iii-iste.l. as thaiiman of the way and m.-ans committee, upon ab solute secrecv ri-Kardinu h' measure. He said tonlubt: "Since t he w a v s and means commit - tee coniini in t , us wortv nt revision oi the present t ii il f I laws, ! have re frained fiom ifivlnif inlervlc'.v to the press, but recent Iv I have t ea. I ill the ,1. ........ ..,..... ..lul..,.,li.o, slal i ,, is , I the work of the wavs a nil -,,,s tl..,. ii.ol si loaliv asser- l,.is of f.n t which arc not fads as It . . t ,eiul! the various pa t am a pus aim;; , , , , , , , s, ules of tl,,- lull, that I led thallH lepic-cnt.d laiL-.-lv Iv a hie lusur. it is - to tin- public t say thai j'""'- I'"'" ' piaothully everv slab-mcnt that I In ippoliiled thai a child had Hot have r- ad in leb i.-iice to t he rales of ! been born to Ho hi. lb,- ad mil al, a bout di.tv thai would be imposed on Ib.'itwo v.-.us nfi.r his see,, ml mai rial;,-, aitnl,"' , iiiiiio-r.il, d in Ho proposed , s, ,;i cl Iv a.b.pl d an Infant w lib h he laril! lull. t-. ah-oluielv misleading and . I'"11 laim.-d as bis own. The decep ,,,, , , ,f ih, m .ntin lv vvrnnu. I Impi'Miou a. is siucs.-lul lor a lime, but , hat the eoiii'trv w ill not pre.liul;,' the I I he baby diad when a lev,- months i,IU mud j, jM inn oiliic, ,1 in ,-oni-r, ss "Id Mis, Katoii il, dared that tin ami ii illioi iiaio Iv made public." jiefant had I u poison,, I mid an i v- Mr I in let v. oo, was vveiitv when he,' Hat I the stomach was made stooped wok loniuht at i.-r imniv'So pop on was found, but as a result hours' st, ,,ji of tin coining t " 11. 1 ' T - ; Inr illllISi- Mis IZ. 1 1 t was wood bill Si.ilisla.il expcris had b, , i , I, SI led Willi him IlKlirtllU t.ll Hi. i iiiii,. probabilities and a maze i,s b i.i i,iis-e,l in review bv i,.,s .,( h,. ,,,-inii. ritic n.iilniitv : I . i - i -1 1 willi , ., i ill' debills and a cub , , .l I 1 1 1 1 1 I ee Was at Wolk ell It'. , le II II the aminisli.-itive and income tux pro- visions of tin1 coining I in I e r vv , ii ,. I u 1 1. Ihe ma lot ilv will iml met again un- ,u ,vi T, ,. s, I iv i.hi Ihe III, llvli Inal , oiisiibi at ion of tut I f t" plans will ton linue. WIDOW OF ADMIRAL IS ARRESTED FO lis, Eator, Wlio Was Two t'y Years' Younger Than Hoi Husband, is Charged wilh Administeiing Arsenic, (Hy VI,, ruing .Icirniil Siiectiil Ifiiot'll IVIrp.) Plymouth. Mass., March .'. Mrs, Jennie Mav laalon was locked up In the county jail here late todav pen. I- I ing- a hearing on tin- charge that she! murdered her husband. K-ar Admiral Joseph (iiles I'.atoii. hy poisoning mm. slii' was brought here from Ding hum, when- she had been iirraimied earlier In the day following lu-r ar rest. Through us. -I she pleaded not f.ullty. waived the reading of the complaint and was held wilhout ball ,,r exanilnalion, March "S. II has not been tl. tet ininc.l wheth er tin- Inquest int.. the sudden death of the admiral will he resumed. i vv as intimated lonighl that Mrs. K.-iton 1 1 1 i !.-1 1 1 not be brought lo trial. The possible appointment of a commiilee to pass upon her sanily was suag, sl ed. District Attorney Parker had n conference todav In lloston with Chief Justice Aiken, of tin superior court. It was thought his errani might I e In coiiuectb.u wilh the con vening of a special grand Jury t in sider the case. When Mrs. Kalon, who is a stout woman, aged ):, entered the Jail here, she was drasseil in the black suit she wore ut In-r h iiidia nil's' funeral. A nioiirmiu; veil parllallv hid her face. She had been weeping. I'Ul nerallv maintained the com posure thai has chat. ot, rized her healing ft the first. Admiral Kuton ilb-il In his bed at Ihe home In Xorwoll, where he lived HIS MURDER with his wife, her luolh.-r, Mts.,,,r p, lialv. and that Wllha in Ch ut eh iboige Harrison, and bis slop, laugh-i i ishoine, of New ',,rk: August t,-i. Dorothy A i nsvvort h. The tlenlh Tlioiiuis, On- plavwrlght. and ,iossihl.c was unexpected and due, Ihe other Thomas Nelson Page, of Virginia, in, nil, i is of the family said, to an,v,vouhl . ambassadors to Kurop, -an itaek of indigestion which I ollow ed a tn,, hearty meal ,,l mart pork. Circumstances I -1 1 to an In v I'Slb-a -lion and. according to a statement hy District Atlorney llmkcr today. iv- , I , M i c of aiseliieal .,,is,,nill Was dis. ertveicd by Professor Willi' tn l". Whiiiu.v. who alialv.id the .iililelits of Ho- stoiunt h. Tin- formal report of li, , lessor Whilmv has not been made and the arrest was older. -il upon a v.-rbal ,-oinm 1 1 n i, a t iml lo Ho district altoiiiey. l-'or leu davs the i il' hot 1 1 ies have known that the admiiul died from arsenical poisoning and their t fforts hav e be.-n directed to timlin,'.'; w h"f" and l y whom Ihe poison was obtained and to laving bare the In. me lit of tlv Katoh family. In the fust quest they have not been successful, the district attorney said. Along the sec- aid hue of Inquire a w.alih of rvl- n. e has bet ii 1 1 1 r ni sin -. I by lrp-nds of th,- Illllllv and ne.n0. bolt The ndiiili.il and Ins wife, who was w,itv v a I s liis Juti lor. did in, I n bv ,1 V -aillee. It is said, t.K.llillllK' those who should I.. i e, civ cl at their home I'.olh had . . n man b-il h. fore. The Hiliiin.il k (list villi- was Mary Anne :t i iii.iii. whom he married at luacul in is. "I, w In ii he was a lieutenant In tile n.ivv s bodv was buried be side t hat hi I ii t vv if,., l-'foiu hi- 1,1 adiia Hon at nnapoi" until his t ,t ii ciiicni with the tank of leaf adnillal In I !UC, the hi.' of the II IV .1 I ol la e- W .is filled Willi llollol and h,- ac, pal , d a h'l't'ine Soon after his i ,-t ii , in, ut h- in, t ls ,1,-uuie Ma v A ins w mill the .1 in, liter of i Ic! i:c ll.ii 1 1- on. ol Al, x.mtli la. a. .viis. Am tun rib l.ittr divorce, I lot lnish.i u,l. I. II insw o it h. mi etn ,l,,ve .q lb, s, -ii.it,. (1t Washington. i c , and Mo- iiul the adnillal Were mart u , in I ;oi ,. Their i ourtship was ile'-ciibeil bv- the adnillal In a "l it, to, nt which he made at the time of a lab I , -t i a nitemetil H oni his wll, tout v , 1 1 s ,i II,- sa id I not Mis iuiw ,u t Ii in Chlcaim and thoiiuhl she was a widow. At that tun,-, however, she was not ac lunllv divorced I'roin her husband. It was not until lust bef.ui mi marilaite that I I. ai ned sin had n husband Then she told in,' that lor husband was alive ami that 'die had Just ob tained a .liv-nie fiom luui on the j grounds ,, ,h iiuki inn ss and d ser I tion. I mii In,: the tune that I paid inUfhlioii to her, kiiovvinu her r'' ,, ,'';:..",lM;:':':H I hi l,, , , , war, I the s,i it of h.-r- st II ii ii.l thihlitii. civlm; b.r motiev , j tlioimh at the time did not know for 'what purpose she Was iisHik It Later, . ,, f, ,,,, mu rrla i! e, 1 barm, I Inad- i , ,., t,.,,h nlat I had been pav iuu for I divorce procee.linus which ; h,i , Instituted unainst her husha ihe ml "I married her because I said I would, and was too much of a ven llenian to w lib, haw mv proniMe she has alwavs ben a laiml wile. I know that liioiicv was nlvi-n to A Ins wort h, lut never with mv consent, except tln-n I paid his fare to Ch-ve-a ret rid t.f him." J n ' j After their iiiarri,ii:e the Kati.us came to llrookhne. Soon afterwards th" admiral not with financial re vels. and In bis last tlavs let) an un- ! '' ' " " . lMnl ia.ni in ' -XOIWCII, Ills lllieipill III le wa N..rw ell I 1 1. iii bis allowance as a retinal naval . fib cr. w ha It amounted to $ t.tuui n ! V . a t 1 1 is H In I, I stood t ha I b is estate tianid ficiu her husha ml torn hi lef , ! n-i tl n Ii"'! "til- leeom il. ll j a ml ilmIu llv.-.l touelli.-r. With them at that lime lived Ihe two daiiuh- , t',''u of Mis laitou by her earlier 1 n.anl.iue. June and Doiothv. Th. Ii.rni.-r it- lev Hi.- v lie ,f Palph P. Kavcs. of lloston, A insw ol t h. Mrs : ''"" H ln' 1 """' rcNiimeii 1 1 v i-lallotis with Ihe Latoh lanui.v and was an occasional visitor i"t their home Mrs. Laton has stated thai lo r Inisl anil was much Inter- jest. ,1 in drugs iiml their i fleet up, in 'persons and de-.ot.-.l much of his j 1 1 1 1 1 1 - to si ra n yc . v perlmeiits. I Tim blue and starred fin- i,r the j Keaisage iissoclatioii of naval vcleran I of lloston waves ov,r Ihe grave of Ihe admiral at Inacul. Tint associa tion made known today Its regret lhat In, naval honors had been a, corded Ihe dead officer and announced lhat they would murk his resting place w itb their colors, '.Mrs. Kateii is indignant lhat she should be charged wilh such an ol ft use. She will make mi statenii-nl al the present lime," said Mr, Ceogaii. the Kninu family altoine.v, tonight. Thai another arrest In the i use "Is possible," w as a u admission made to night hi State I l.-lect Iv e Scott. DR. ELIOT IS SLATED Geoige W, Outline of Pennsyl vania is Regaided as Proba ble Repiesentative of Nation at Mexico City, (Ity -tlernhig l,.loliiil Nirefiil l.:,..l Wirt-.) Washington, .Mat ch Un.- --( 'ha rb-s W. Kliol, president emeritus of Dar- ivar, unlvcrsitv. has ben decided Upon (by presiilenl Wilson for ambassador to liri'iil I Sri I .i I ii. Close friends of the pi csiib-ni telegraphed Mr. KHot to night, c. nigra t il la ting him and urging him to acecpi. Ceorge W. c.uthilc, democratic state chairman of I'dinsv Iv aula, and former mayor of Pittsburgh, has been sclceleij to be a mbuNMudor to Mexico, This informailon ear.ic from Intlniale friends of President Wilson lonighl. l-'rom the same .sources It was learned thai Juslic,, James W. f ie ra I'll, of N,-vv York, vvas a likely choice for ainbassa- courts. .No on,- has been decided upon I'm ambassador to Japan. I icb't ick C Pcnlicld, of ( lerma ntow n, Pa.: Set II Low, former innior of New York (ilv. and Joseph K. Willard, are under consi.l. i ation for prominent places in the diplomatic serviie. John Ii. Mutt, a Youni' .Men's Christian Association leader, has been offered the post of minisier to china, and though he has decline. I, be is being strongly urged to reconsider, William I-'. McCuiibs. ehalrninn or tin- national demo, ratio f ommlttee. reached Washington tonight to keep an engagement torn,, trow with Presi dent Wilson. Mr. MeCombs is here to give his final answer to the president's request that he beeoine ambassador to -ia nee, FOR AMBASSADOR TO LONDON COLONEL ALCALDE IS SURE IDERO AND SUAREZ WERD MURDERED f'uimer Publisher of Newspa per Owned by Slain President Says Death Was Dealt to Piisonpis in Palace, AMBASSADOR WILSON SEVERELY CENSURED Chaige is Made That American Representative Made No Ef foit to Save Deposed Mexi can Officials, (Hr Murnhig Journal htjil lfa.t-4 wlro.t ! Sail rrantisco, I M. nun I I'll in he I tin- New Kru. paper Ktiiiiiilly March :0. ( ololiel Ahal.lt', publisher of i Mexico I'lty nevvs ri'Kardetl hi the I lllolltl.pie, e of the late President Mu ll. To" administration, iinived today wilh the assertion lhat "he I .a In a position lo prove'' lhat Mndcro was sh,, to (bath it nil that Vice president ISiiai.z vvas strangled It, the national pala. c on the night of l ebriiary J-iul. and their bodies, tak.il to tho prison ill an anlomoblle . "Th reported assault on the guard," sail! Ah able, "was merely II i Ian bal ruse and a part ot the plot. If Hie anlomoblle was tired upon tliu glial, hi wire only pinning; lend Into the dead bodies of the president ami v be president, who were murdered In the palace hours before." Colond Ab able described himself as all Intimate friend of .Mallei o, Ills mission In this eounlry, he mild. Would be to expose tile plot Wlll.il brought about the liar, uprising ami the alleged u ssa ssl lla I loll of M.idero and Snare.. Accompanied hy wife, two small chlhlr. n mid 111 brother, Joaquin, an army captain. Ah aid" lied from Mexico City, February iisrd, taking an obscure route to Haltna. (in.. The party disguised t he insolveH as peasants. On I'cuehliiK the west toast poll, Ihe party remained (or twelve da.vs in seclusion, belieVinK they would he lOlletl If discovereil by agents of tin new government. . Ii'hci t hi i ti red 4 li. I'BO to reach A. upiilco upon which they look pas xagf With other I'clllgecs, Colonel Alcalde asserted lhat news of Mailer., s tale was known 111 Wash ington before the hour tunned In tho otibial veis.nti as Ihe lime of the ul leged attempt to lesiiio him. "Alt li nuilter of tai l, ' said he, "President Madcro and Vice President Huure were killed between tl und DOIO o'clock, Mexico City tlnii), nn tho night of February IC'iul. The president wa shot behind und th powder burned his neck. Suarez. was choked to death. His secretary. Feiniuule2 tie lu lie-gin-la, saw the body two days later mid I hero w.-re linger marks on tho Ihroal. a me eye ha.i been forced from Ita socket ami the tongue protruded," Colonel A lea lib w as positive in his assertion that Madam MuOero had told him there was no hope for her husband, basing this tear on un inter view she had with American Amb'.H sadoi Wilson on the ufternotttv of February :'-'nd. "Madam Madcro and Murium unreis went togelhcr to the uinlniHsador to Implore him to Intervedu for their husl amis' lives," ho Mild. "I saw Ihelll when they left tho embassy mid they told mo tliero wnM no hope. They said Ambassador Wil son had expressed to Hunt his belief that the president. '"1 vice president would be executed as the HuertlllstHH regard.', their deaths an necessary for the good of I he country. "i.cueral Azcaratlf was In command of Hie guard lhat night. I WUH told i,y another officer or the guard that It was he who slew MuUclA) Ulid Suarez." Hitler iii his criticism of Ambnsjn ilor Wilson, Colonel Aliiildo declared Hi.- Aniftiian diplomat hud decllnid lo Inleit i tb; to cavii hint from arnst and ilfiilh. "I had protcted fifteen American families In my school, tho lutcl-uudo Nacb.iial," said he, "whern I comandctl :imi soldiers, feeding th Americans and housing thent durinir all the lighting I rum February Oth to February 1 Stli. After tho ltuerU coup, rearing arrest and execution, C wcul to Hie ambassador and appealed, for his aid In return for my protec lion of his people. Ho told tno ut lirst he could d thing. Finally ho usk- v-d me to write my name on a rurd with that of my brother. Soon after ward a friend of mine ruuhed to mo wilh the information that tho Ameri can ambassador had given a card on. which wcr,. Hie. natnea of my brother and mvsi-lf to .Secretary of the In tenor iliunatloM, anil tho latter had immediately issued order for our ur I esl, "Ibis friend had cverlicaiil pnrt of a coii v . rsa I Ion between tho ambassa dor and Cranudos, ln which, he buys, the ambassador had said that ni brother and I were in fear of arrest. r;ra initios replied that w r had es caped his attention hut ho would Ht li'tid to our cases ut unco alid tho or der of arrest was Issued. "My friend hastened to trie. Rave in,- bis pin-Mo nnd urged tiui to tiee. bit Mexico City disguised us a truck laborer at 1 W o'clock that Jiight. My wife and huldes were disguised. Thanks lo a friendly irmn conductor, we made our way to Sulimi Cruz and embark, al for Sail Frtttlclsjfo." Colonel Ah'ul.le says Mexico will know no pen co for year. "Jiiax wants to be president," ho asserted, "but llueiiu, will never quit tho palace until he is drlvtin out by successful revolutionists. He tells Dins there will bo no election until ho has restored peace, throughout tho coun try. Huerta. has not the slightest In tention of carrying out his pact with, Diun nnd tho other conspirators." Alcalde ussetts that papers that have been smuggled out of Mexico, will S.n iU Jroviug Jiiu jfrippst, t