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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVIII, No. 7. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1913, Ily Mull, 60 Cents Month: Single, Copies. !V ( ViiI.., Ily Carrier. 00 Cent a Miiiilh. I MONTENEGRO DEFIES CONCERT T Si Notification by British Admiral That Demands Complied with ' Refusal. Must Meets be Flat INTERNATIONAL FLEET BLOCKADES SEAPORT Premier of Kins Nicholas De clares There Will be No De parture from Attitude Ne cessitated by State of War, (Ily Morning Journal Pen-lnl tswd Wire.) Ccttlnje. April 6. The little king dom of Montenegro has thrown down tho gauntlet to the six great ,imvi rs. She declines to yield to the demand of tho powers to abandon her attempts to gain possession of Scutari, ami has officially announced that "there will lie no departure from an attitude which conform to tho ncoi Ksltlos of the state of war existing between the allies and Turkey." An international Moot. comprising warships of Austria-Hungary, Italy, France, (lormany and tiront P.ritaln, Is now blockading tho Montenegrin port of Antlvarl. The fleet Includes four Austrian warships, tho 1'iitish cruisers Yarmouth, Inflexible and Olotioestor; the Herman cruiser lires lau, tho Italian cruiser Pisa and the French cruise Kduar Mintet, Russia is not represented hy a warship, Mit has acquiesced In the r.avul demon stration. Tho Hritlsh admiral sent tho fol lowing messn go to the Montenegrin minister, lr. I. Tomnriovioh: " I hnvo the honor to Inform you that tho International fleet is assem bled in Montenegrin water as n pro test against the non-fulfillment of tho wishes of the groat powers. 1 dclre to call your excellency's nt-,.iti- t,i ie pr in " of the f.. at as a proof that the grout hwi rs are noting In concert, and reiiie.st the, their wishes he fulfilled without further delay. Please inform mo im mediately that your government Is ready to carrv out the wishes of the jit-eat powers." To this the Montenegrin premier replied In a note expressing regret at the presence of the fleet, which he considered a violation of the neutral ity proclaimed by the powers at the beginning of the war. The premier continued : "Despite the pressure which the presence, of the fleet implies, (here w ill he no departure from an attitude which conforms to tho necessities ! the state of war existing between the allies fmd Turkey." A brigade of Austrian troops from Cattaro has been maneuvering near the Montenegrin boundary. The cus tomary note has not been Montenegrin government, given the and Aus unfriendly trig's action is considered and menacing. KIXG NICHOLAS COMMENTS lilTTF.KLY t) Ii:MOS'II5TIO. Paris, April fi. King Nicholas of Montenegro, is quoted in the Temps lis saying- that he has learned with sorrow- that the cruiser Kdgar Quite) will represent France in the .uvil demonstration on the Monton gt in coast. ' It is a bitter irony," said tb kip;;, "that the name of the illustrious writ er, F.dgar Quinet, the upholder of the people struggling for independence and unity should be associated with 'in expedition against the small hut valiant champion of Ptilkun Inde pendence. You may say Hint, despite the measures of coercion taken by F.urope against her, Montenegro will yield only to violence. H remains for Kuropo to ni'd the ridicule of armed force to her injustice." .i: IUT SLAV DKMONSTKATIOV ix r.woit of movi i'K(;ko. St. Petersburgh, April 6. Another great Slav demonstra lion occurred to day, but on this occasion the pollen did not interfere. The climax was reached when the crowd, which num bered 60.000 appeared before the resi dence of the dowager elnpresa, sang the national anthem and displayed banners described: "Down with Aus tria!" "Scutari for the Montenegrins," "The Cross over St. Sophia:" KIXU NICHOLAS KI-:.MiK AS COM MAX Dl :i-l-( II I IF. London. April (j. A despatch to the Chronicle from Vienna says that King Nicholas, of Montenegro, has resigned n chief In command of the army besiegUm Scutari, in favor of the Servian general, liojovio. Tho cor respondent ndds that a general storm ing of Scutari was scheduled to take place Sunday with the aid of fresh Servian ordnance and troops. (.KUMAXY OHDI'HS TWO WARSHIPS IX ItEAWXTSS. Keil, Aprii . The fiorman oruis rs Dresden and Strassburg have been ordered to make ready to leave for the Adriatic sfa. OF SJX GREA POWERS CHICAGO'S "MORALS" COURT ESTABLISHED Chicago, April . Chicago's latest Venture In the suppression of vice, tlie new morals court, will be opened offictu Ily tomorrow morning. The men and women with which the now court will deal will be chiefly those who in the past have been tukcii before the police courts from tho segregated dis tricts. The express purpose of the court is to prevent, as well as punish, the crimes and misdemeanors over which it" has Jurisdiction, Those brought be fore It will be given an opportunity to change their wuv of living and many agencies have volunteered to assist. RED CROSS FUND TO BE USED CAREFULLY Washington, lied Cross rclli elded that not shall be expend April fi.-The Ohio f committee hits ih a dollar of Its funds oil lor puono worn 01 my chaiacter. lilt shall ho devoted ixclusively to restoring stricken farm ( i a to normal life. Tile Ked Cross, upon Mr. ll;ckiiol: lec-uomi liilathm, today telegraphed jyiiiin each to Peru, Lii vv rcticeburg and Terre Haute, lnd, which cities have received u like n mount from the rovornor of the state. One thousand dollars was sent to l'iqua, O. N Officials of Revolting State Troops First Will Dispose of General Ojeda at Naco and Then Assault Guaymas, (Hy Mi, mini Journal Hperliil lJ Wire.! Niigalcs, Ariz., April 8. t if flclals of the insurgent state government today decided to press the campaign against (ijeda's fedtnils holding .Naco, the only remaining border port, and at the same tune to move against (iua.vmas, tin? California gulf port. The task of wresting Ciiiaymas from the H aorta government Is expected to prove the more difficult, and tomorrow ii.OoO state troops will leave llermosillo to take the field. Already the lii.-iiri.i at f r ale stretched from the st.ttt capital, below Nogales, Ariz.., to a point only fifteen miles north of Ihiipahno, the Ameri can settlement across the bay from Ounymiis, Kef ogees returning from Kmpalmo report that desertions are occurring daily from the federal gar rison of about 1 ,00u. Many of the de serters are Joining- the insurgents. The state officials expect to mobilize an army of more than 5,000 men in the southern part of the state and'to as sault the gulf putt before assistance may be secured. Ceiieral Alfredo Ohregon, commander-in-chief of the state troops, today left Cananea t hasten tho campaign against Ojeda, whose stubborn fight ing with less than lion men. long has hel( the Insurgents occupied along tho border. Hundreds of minors thrown out of work by the closing of the bis Can anea smelter and mines continue to cross over the border or go to their homes in the interior. Many, however, are joining the ranks of the state troops, adding materially to the rapid recruiting of sturdy fighting men. The supply of arms so far lias held out, secured from some mysterious source. I I.DIItAI, AH MY MOVliK AGAINST CAItltXZ HF.HiXS. Monterey. Mex., April fi. General Trucy Aul ert Is moving on tunpasos alter a fight yesterday at llustamonte, where he defeated the rebels, who re treated westward through n gap in the mountains. The losses in the battle have ni t been reported. The general plan of the federals is for two columns, one under Cieneral Auhert and the other under General Casso Lopez, to move against Miin clova, the headquarter-- of General Venm-Miano Carranza, the rebel gov ernor of the state of Conliuila. WILSON VIOLATES WASHINGTON CITY LAI Out Walking Seer Tumulty, They Cut Diago nally Across Street Instead of Crossing at Corner, (Ily Mnrnlntf Jiuirniil Sn-lal I.ml W'!r.l Washington, April r,. President Wilson unwillingly violated today the new traffic regulations of the national capital which provide that persons shall not cross the streets except at corners. The president was out walk ing with Secretary Tumulty and when they reached Pennsylvania avenue, they cut across diagonally toward tho White House. One of the policemen near the White House smilingly in formed them of their error. The president had pid his first call at a residence in Washington. He dropped In on Ser rotary Tumulty and chatted awhile with the family b re going down (own. S0N0RA1NSURGENTS DECIDE ON AM GAMPAIG TARIFF BILL WILL BE PRESENTED 10 T 1 Finishing Touches Have Been Put on Measuie Framed by Democratic Ways and Means Committee, PRESIDENT WILSON HAS GIVEN APPROVAL Endorsement of Chief .Execu tive Makes Chairman Un derwood Confident of Its Early Passage by House, (Hji Morning Journal Himh-IhI l.Mwd Wire.) Washington, April 6. Tho demo cratic tariff bill, approved by presi dent Wilson nnd the democrats of thu house ways a"d means committee, will lie introduced in the house when It convenes at noon tomorrow, by Chairman I'nderwood. House demo crats will caucus on the bill Tuesckty and Chairman I'nderwood was confi dent tonight that It would be Indorsed by an overwhelming vote. Tin senate democrats had no plan tonight to hold u caucus on the bill, but such u meeting may be called Inter. The senate finance committee democrats held a three-hour consul tation today, but apparently made lit tle progress toward giving their In dorsement to tho hill as It now stands. It Was eildetit that senators oil tile finance committee who have sounded out members of the party on the bill, bad not discovered a satisfactory mar gin to Insure its passage. One font sugar with the free-ln-thr yearn proxiso nnd free wool are the mumb ling blocks and tho meeting today will he followed by further Investigation to feel out the actual strength of tho opposition. The senators in conference today were unable to agree upon the plan of the president and Mr. t'ndorwood for one bill. They prefer separate bills. This uuestioii and that of the sippo"cii u t 1 -f -c- wool mid uv(r combination will bo discussed tt ltli Mr. Wilson tomorrow. Cluili loan I'liderwood said he ex P"eted no serious opposition in the bouse. (. added that alter the cau cus appnncii tho bill, the house would bo gKeii a week or ten days for gen eral ib-biit-! upon it, beginning; Wednes day. At the conclusion of general debate the bill will he taken up paragraph by paragraph and amendments of fered will bo debated under the flvo minute rule. Mr. l iiderw'ood was of the opinion that the bill should pass tho house uhout May 1. The meeting of the democrats of the setialu finance eommilteo did not result in discussion of particular schedules, but of general pulley. It was plain, however, that the threat ened trouble over tho prospect of free sugar and free wool was a source of embarrassment. Leaders who wish to see tho bill as it stands receive tho committee's Indorsement nnd that of the caucus were not certain how much strength the senators opposed to th i wo. scneuuies mlgnt lie able to mus ter. It was suggested that although the measure Is to be known as a party and administration bill, its passage by caucus agreement and by use of pres sure may lead to trouble within the party later if the states which are now protesting against certain schedules should be Joined by still others. President Wilson stands firmly for a rate ol one cent per pound on sugar and the removal of all duty after thro years. This Is his final determination and he is confident that a single tariff measure, with such a provision, c an pass. Tills information came from Whit ! louse officials late tonight, It dis poses of the various alternativ es which hitherto have been under considera tion. The president had been reported us saying that unless the sugar men from Louisiana accepted the one-cent proposal, he would insist on free sugar at once. They suggested to him that they would accept tho oue-cenl rate provided at tne end of tliree years he use his discretion as to wlchi', the duty should bo removed. To all the proposals tho pr. siileot In i e pared to make one answer that he believejj n one-cent rate should helm posed, tt t(1() Kug;ir growers can ad just their business and after three years, sugar should be on the free list. The president, it was learned, hcllcvcx the sugar busintSH in Louisiana would be seriously affected by Immediate free sugar, but is satisfied that a satis factory adjustment in possible so that free smrar can be obtained within his ow n ail minis! i n l ion. It was suggested tonight that the senate might go over to while the president read li Such a proposal is under Ihe rue hops uuidera- tion by congressional leaders. MRS, PANKHURST IN . STATE OF COLLAPSE Loudon, April 7. Mrs. Kmmollnc Pa nk hurst, who is on a hunger strike in Holloway jail, has been forcibly fed, according to the KxpreHs, and I in h state of collapse, Jfcr condition is considered serious. She refused f 1 and resisted all efforts to feed hr. CONGRESS AT DON S CRIMINAL. iNUiuniuud BELIEVED IN CUSTODY Crceley. Colo.. Aim! t! tv authoilttes of Weld ci tin y hn In custody one notorious 1 1 m I ti.i lx ol States. The man, who i ,i rs of a go, well ill i'i,ir - The eollll- ii illy bellow ol tile most the Fulled H about fni I and w i n I' ing several diamonds, Frederick, h small town s thii city, chuiged with ll, sled at ithwest of passing u worthies clu ck L r loolike, per. He Is all tempting a similar town of I 'win. lb MI upon a sa neellMod of at I f i use In lb ll.l.l ll-e, III names ol li. J. Spencr and J. C Jor dan in this vicinity, and It is believed here that he is wanted in AiUona, Louisiana. New Y"ik, Maryland and ether slates and that he has xhtim l.od banks and met ch.iuti fn those places. MICHIGATPVOI ESTbDAY ON WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE Iietroit, April . An eipial sof frage mass meeting heio this after noon com bided one of the most heat ed spring political campaigns that Michigan has si on In recent years. Tomorrow Michigan voters will pass on five i oiislitiuiotial amendments providing for eiiul suffrage, Initia tive and referendum and legislative bills for the initiative and referendum oil const it lit iofin I amendments, recall of all ele. tie nffie.is, w ith tho ex ception of Judges of i ourts of r ecord, and firemen's pension, IN Woman, Chance Whom He Meets by and Takes to Din ner, Has Him Ariested as Husband Who Deseited Her, (Hy Mornlnc Jonrn-il Chicago, April the m t li . Intance voting woman at n aprcl'il l-MM-ll M'lrr.) (!. Alter making of an attractive fashionable down town hotel tonight, i agreeable evening m w I'll -dressed young ill md passing her society, til whoso bli a n n- thy still remains in loubt. uiel llilt,!, If SlUblclllv- i 1 protesting; while bet ier i g tik rrest and n to the of havine bride In insists he police sta t ion on the chin abandoned a siN-iuont lis Cortland, ore., a (ily he ha- never seen. The stnrv as told to the poll, e Is as follows: Mis. Jack Lewis and her sister. II Miss Xevv , iiiub, both fornu-i! of In diana, while seated In tin hotel lobby, noticed the young man as he passed them. Springing to h'-r loot in sur prise, Mis. Lewis exelnir i; "Isn't your name Jack Lewis' You're mv husband. "No, I'm rial your husband, al though my name Is .lack, but not Lewis," ho replied. The young- woman was not easily nvinceil, and after u long conversa tion excused herself to her sister anil niali eseort and accepted the young mans courteous invitation in laso linner wit li him. As they left the hotel at the conclusion of the men I they wore met by the sister and the escort nnd two detei tives, who nroiiiotlv arrested the supposed IW'-lll is. Mrs. Lewis declares he is the srime man who married her Septem ber 4 last, in San Francisco, took In-r to Portland, tire, and there deserted her .September 1... biking with him her jewelry valued at JH.TdlO. "lack" insists that he bad never seen bis alleged wife before tonight, and that he had lived In Sun Fran cisco fifteen years, but that he had never been In Portland. Ho has stead fastly tefusod to say where he lives in Chicago or to give his right name. There was nothing in his clothing to reveal his blent, ty. An attempt to unravel the mvsleiy will he made In court tomorrow. SUFFI STREilUS TIME !itii Puinri muu Police Protect Women with Difficulty from TourIis Who Gather with Missiles to Break Up Meetings, (Ily Morning -'olirnid 8eelid I.eiturd W'lrn.) London, April fi. - Kinllng nl Hie suffrage meeting in Hyde park, which has become a regular Sunday After noon diversion was repeated today. i inly the big force of police prevented Hie rio, (is l'loiii handling tho women roughly. Two si,'fi.igi-!tes talked for half an hour, but were unable to make tlieni- Ives het.ro above the uproar of horns and hooting. Missiles of various l.ir.ds were thrown, and Miss Tlracken- l ury was struck in the face. Mounted police finally escorted the women's van from the park, while police on of kept the crowd from following. A similar (list iirba ;i-e occurred nt Wimbh don common, where Miss Anna unTADim i YOUNG FINDS HIMSELF IN BAD PREDICAMENT RAGETTES HAVE I in i ii IO.I Ol II IW I iinnv attempted to speak, but was led down. , PRESIDENT WILSON WILL APPEAR THE HALLS OE Announces His Intention to Democratic Leadeis to Ex press His Views on Tariff to House in Person, MEANS SETTING ASIDE OF ANCIENT PRECEDENTS Warned Such Pioceduie is Fraught With Embarrass ment, He Believes Intentions Will Not be Misunderstood, (Ilr Morning Journal Spr lul Unird Vlr.) Washington, April (t. Setting aside precedents of more than u century. President Wilson will appear In the halls of congress on Tuesday to do. liver his first legislative message in person. Ho o ii tin t il to deinoi rntlc congressional leadeis today that ho would go to the floor of the house when It convened Tuesday and there give that body Ills views on the tariff. This decision of tio president evoked much comment among the congressional leaders. Ho w ill bo the first president of the Failed States to appear officially before either branch of congress In deliberate session, since John Adams. In the first few yours of tin last century. An attempt .was in, id, exactly one hundred yoais ago. ill IMS, to revive the custom, but President Madison declined an invita tion to discuss foreign relations with tin senate. Since then no president l as even suggested joining In the de liberations of congress. President Wilson made his plans known to Majority Leader I'nderwood, of the house; I !oprosentatlv e A. Mitchell Palmer, of Pennsylvania, and the other democratic leaders, that they might prepare for tile event. The resident believes tb it he can get Into closer ton, h with the mem hers of both houses of congress by pers.uially expressing hlf. views to them. In mill it ion to hl niflcbil visits to the floor of the house, which will become a matter of While House pol icy, the pre'idelit will take adva nt.i ire of these visits to hold conferences with tin p.uty leaders In congress. The president It is been told by his friends that such a procedure Is fraught with embarrassments- unless he tactfully keeps to bis purpose of merely giving advice as the loader of his parlv and off. ring suggestions to those Willi whom be confers. Those who have discussed (Ids with him say he Is convinced that congress will riot misunderstand his Intentions; that b will go to the cnpiiol in n spirit of friendly en-oporatlort so that then innv be at ail liniei a unanimity of purpose between the ixecilllve and the legislative departments of the gov ernment. The president, it day, h.,s read with prise reports that written parts of the was learned to consideraldi sur he had actually tariff bill or that agreements with bad forced any committees of congress. lie declared he simply had been asked to make suggestions nnd had cheerfully done so; that tin bill ii the work of con gress and, that his part In It has boon that of counsellor and advisor. It is known, too, that the president Is anxious to give eiiial consideration to tho loaders In both houses of con gress in seeing that party pledges lire carried out. Loth houses of the Sixty-third con gress will get down to business In ex traordinary session tomorrow. The democratic tariff bill probably will be introduced in the house shortly lifter It convenes nt noon. The senate has oriranl.ed already for the now congress, arid Its session will lie a mere routine meeting. Im mediately afterward, however, a dem ocratic caucus will be hold, when the fight to revise the senate rules Will begin. This matter will engage the senate for a part of the time that the house busies Itself wllh its week of tariff debate. When the house convenes, Clerk Trimble will In the presiding offioer until the seats have boon filled find a speaker elected. The democrats, fol lowing their caucus decision, will re nominate and re-elect Speaker Champ Clark. The republicans will nominate Itopresontntive Mann, of Illinois, and the progressives will nominate Hepre fH iitullve Murdock, of Kansas. The progressives may precipitate trouble at the first fall of the gavel, If they carry out n plan to demand tie seallm-! of William J. Maellotinld 111 place ef 'lieprosoritntivo H. Ollrr Voiitig, of the Twelfth .Michigan dis trict, when the roll of members-elect Is called, It Is considered unlikely, however, that the progressives will bo recog nized to open the contest on Mr. Voung at that time. Alter the election of the spenker bud the organization of tho house, the ih-inooraU w ill bring In their proposed 1 1 I -'s for the new congress. The party f.rht on theo rules probably will go nvi r until Iitesriuv. itotn lepiiiuioiin i 'id progressive minorities vlll pre sent Milstllntes for tho democratic rules resolution, The democrats, with n majority of approximately L",(l members in tho house, contemplate. little trouble in running things to suit themselves. In the senate tlie democrats will lino up CONG S one senators; republicans, ; pregi essiv is, two. uses of congress W III tie be- iiirt'ovv by a small army of , vvlio have planned u pa rade through the downtown streets to ei d ill the lottiml.i of Ihe capitol. here Individual Mifl'inglslN will r iin nil'slomiry work lor Ihe cause iinong members or the loui-e and the scUale. GOOD WEATHER IS BUREAU'S OUTLOOK Washington, April . -Temperatures near or slightly below the sen son. ibb average in northern nnd eaul prn Mutes utid near or above the nor mal In the gulf stales, tho middle West and far western districts, are prom ised in a bulletin Issued .y the weath er bin. ail tonight. '"I he precipitation for the week will be geiurnlly below normal, except n the northwest, where rains will be froipieiit," according to the bulletin. "A distill bunco that now covem the Itocky mountain region will drift slowly eastward, preceded by a gen eral rise In temperature, attended by local rains' nnd followed by cooler weather, and cross tho grout alley Tuesday or W ednesday, Another disturbance will appear In the far west Tuesday or Wednesday, travel eastward, attended by local ii reus of ito( ipilutlon and ( ros the middle west about Friday." International Harvester Com pany Warns Employes That Plant Will Go to Germany Unless Woik is Resumed, tllr Mornhif Jnurnnl ftim-liit Uawil Wire.) Auburn, N. V., April H. Leaders of tho l.TMO twine mill employes who have been on a strike for two weeks decided today to Ignore the ultima turn ol the international Harvester company, giving its workers until Tuesday to return to work. The com puny announced yesterday that Its cordage industry would be removed to ileriiiany, where the product of the pi nit here Is sold. If an Immediate sitlleineiit was not effected. 'I'll i strikers were quiet today nnd tin m I li t in iik-11 on elinrd nt the plants of tin Columbian Hope company and the International Harvester company had no disorders to combat. P. ,1. Iiowtioy, member of the state board of mediation, declared tonight that everything appeared bright for n settlement between the rmii and their employers. "We have hopes," Mr. Howney said, "that the conference tomorrow will be fiuilful of a solution. We put In to ('i.y doing our best with the contend ,'iu sides and things look much bright er than for several days." Tho adjourned conference of strik ers, employers, state labor reprosentn li'es nnd city officials will begin to morrow morning. The meetings will be secret. SE SE E! Nebraska Colonel Speaks on Religious Topics and Makes Effort to Counteract Grow ing Skepticism Ajnong Men. (Hy Morning Jnurnnl "nrr'tal In Wlro.r Washington, April . Secroiui y Ilrvan. laving aside H.ffalrs of tnu slate department todaj, delivered fore a religious muss meeting, tne first, of tt series of Srtnday afternoon addresses, which he 111 make under tho 'iiisplces of thn Christian Kn doavor union of tlie District of Co lumbia. He spoke In o:ne of the down town theaters. It originally win planned to have tho meetings for men alone, but. it was decided that the re mainder of the series jihould bo open to men and women nltke. Mr. liryan said he always was glad to address religious meetings for men In an effort to counteract growing ten dencies toward skepticism. Uosoiiling the Implication oft, n heard that a man who lives a spiritual life Is nar rower than ho who c iriflnes himsoir to purely material things, Mr. liry.'.'i said: "If a man felt his spiritual Btnr.n tlon us keenly as he does physical starvation, or if his spiritual leiuine-.H showed as plainly lis physical lean ness, It would bo cmi'rvr to give uplr Itual fond." $60,oo51tWis reported stolen Chicago, April G. Thoi theft from his studio of a painting sold to be an original Van I)yki., valued at $n,000. was reported to the police tonight by Vludmlr Kharriberl, nn artist. The picture Is doKcrlbed as "a ma donna and child," a little cracked sketch about twelve by sixteen Inches In dimensions wit'hln a nix-Inch gold frame. , with fifty forty-tine Loth h, sieged loi llffr.lglst: STRIKERS IGNORE THREAT MADE BY EMPLOYERS R BR fl 0 01 A OF ADDRESSES STEAMER CAPSIZES IE REEF, TRAPPING Tl Fate of Twenty-Two Men, In cluding Ship's Captain, and President of Wrecking Com pany is Unknown, HEAVY SEA POUNDS WRECK; RESCUE HALTED Disaster Occurs Off Beach at Bay City, Ore,; Life Savers Watching an Opportunity to Reach Upturned Hull. (Ily Morning Journal HtMvbtl IjmuwI Wir l Hay City, (ire., April 6. Twenty two moil. Including the iihlp ii captain, the president of a wrecking company of Portland, the representative lit the Marino I'nderwrlters, Were trBPl'ed 111 the hold of the tlrrman hlp Mlrnl, which cupHlaed off th beach here curly today, after having been hauled off a reef on w hich she had been fast for two months. Ho rnuny perished In not known. I-igures were en on the bottom of the wreck at dark. It was supposed they had cut their way out. A heavy oh Win pounding the wreck und life HRvem refuned to at tempt a rescue until It calmed. They said no boat could be launched nd refused to let volunteers take their boats, The life Havers are camped on the beach tonight, watching for a chance to reach the wreck. The Mlrnl, In bnllHut for Valparaiso from Austria piled up on the reef on February 13th last. Hhe wai not seriously damaged and the underwrlt cr, contracted with Charlea H. Fish er, of a Portland construction com pany, to float her. Fisher, hia aecre tury lid seven riggers, Cuptain W. K. Cruwe repr ntrleo f the .I'nib-r-writeM, Captain Westml' of ihe Ml mi, nnd eleven of hi men were it hoard the ship when ahe capslr.ed. All worn below deck when Hire turn ed over, It is thought, a no bodies or survivors have reached nhore. The Mlrnl was hauled off the rocks at high tide last night. It waa de termined to take her to deep water at once and ahe was at anchor off the beach when the rising wind and sen whirled her over. Life savers fought all day to reach her without huccosm. After they had given up and aa night waa falling, the men on the wreck's bottom appeared. They had been trapped In the hold and lived on th air which kept th Vessel afloat until they cut their way out. Keas were sweeping the wreck at dark, Wreckage whs seen about anJ It whs feared Mhe was breaking up. Whether the men aboard can hold on until the sea abates and the life savers reach them cannot be told. Tim hull is low in tho water and mny sink from sight when the tide rises. The llfesnving crew made an at tempt to reach the Mlml tonight. The bunt got close enough to hear voices on the wreck. One voice In th dark ness said: "We are alt here." Then the sea swept the rescue party back. They will go out again at dawn. Wireless Inventor Dta(l In liciiln. Berlin, April 6. Professor Adolph Klaboy, the electrical expert, Is dead. I'rofeettor Klabey waa at one time a co-worker with William Marconi In experimenting In wireless telegrapby The Herman system of wireless Is based on Professor Hltibey's discov eries, S T N Secretary of State Says No Accusation Against Ambas sador Wilson Regarding Ma dero's Death is on Hand, inr Morning Jonrnsl Hp"""' " ' Washington, April . Published returns that I.uis Manuel Itojns. sec ond vice president of the Mexican house, of deputies and grand master of the Ci and Masonic lodge of tho Val ley of Mexico, had filed with the state department charges that Ambassador Henry 1. tine Wilson was responsible '!.. for the assassination of Iliorao.Y , , . President. Mtidero ana Vice President Huiu-o., brvught forth from Secretary liryan' today the statement that no such churgis had beerr received by him. U l ot Impossible that the state department would refuse to en tertain a communication of so grave a nature received through any other th,an tho usual diplomatic, channels. WHEN HAULED OFF HOARD ALLEGED CHARGE RECEIVED BIB