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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
12 PAGES THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVIII. No. 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1913, ly Mull. M Trills n Month I lnul Copies, I ONta. lit Carrier, I ml- a Mould . . a a n f- JAPAN HAS MAUL NO PROTEST TO UNITED STATES nelly In ily SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES . ..a-M.MX.SMk GOVERNMENT ARE IMUI AN I IUIKA I LU...1I-. California Legislature Objectionable Alien Rill, Question Won d be! I I w w V - . - . - - . - - 1 Wlrr.i Hiiiiiii i"' o apan-lahall (Hi M.. ruin .Imirnill Srwi Washington, April tyiison hH held one far wllb Viscount t'hli see Bmbaagsdor, ii nil have others in the. i ii w or the ambeaeai trui iloni raff rdlni exchanges thai have o, h is tin re been aitythl toi ii "i"' st" tni government egalne, wi i pa n.'H" been lent In CatlfsSJB The lataal hvatructiona to the am baaaador from Tohio look only to lha conttnuanoe by the embatay of the Hon and a dlgn th.' unfortunnti dined i" Jiipun reorudeeeonca ol ministration hnt pathetic tateraai repreean tttlone, ii'Kui authority , I, If, Te uith login itlnll 111 I'.lllfolll i ..... i D,t..,...l ... I.lm. tii.runiiiil i nils not IM-nomeo . I" .-".... ,. Influence to bear in bring about the I any r modification of inch featurea "f thai held bj propoaad legislation .. tin-eaten to luf the lead to unjiiHt discrimination against 'have ii I, ......,.. elll. , nn M l. lie s 111. ,' till'; areaeni aapeet of the exchatttfei that hue been KOint on between the two"'a loverameMa in nn untffflclal manner.! A' in the backfroutt i.niiiiiti thai if aaalon (alia in it, latlOS whleh the Riant reKurils ad he practical iri of moral ( '" e and leaia-, " in,. i,. fni mill t on Voire nn ami lysis ini of article 1 under which the mil laaaed imni The chance remark ilrnpped frowltei hiuii offlclali make it evident thai thalto Hiileialion nlreaily litis been t?lvi uUeatlon emanating from t h fie inns, that a treaty, like ai iiiti', is subject to the test of tUtlonality by the supreme Consequently, If the exiatlnt in 1 1 1 1 . conferring the rivht of fri ,'intl leaae upon Japanese In A In In conflict wilh a law iilren acted by the legitimate exercla t-tw, so lar as alifonna is concerni nn the theory that ihe treaty-mak, i Infringed the eohstitutloi Mghtl Of the stale. Quesiii.ns ,ke this, anil Unit torn lit; the riKht of the Japanese Naturalisation in America under i '"linit law, however, are reserved I consideration in case of the effo now making m s, leftslatlon in Califo A a last resort an "umihation from wi bow suffer fpoin tv totaa, i, is poaalbto satisfactory should fan remove the tin Japaneae present legal it an appeal ''' mail,, to the national tfovern- btenl to amend the naturalisation law, htoh if sneeessfnl would completely p'nvo th(. , ,,. tapanene plan AMI-l l ;,M, S Ml M Tl l U ITU Ml I AIM. posi ii antl-allen ke the place of been Introduced SUbieCt Was '""il liny that is 1,11 'he bills that i mating to the ' footed by the ff ")'i reading and win eome up for ,ln"i paaange in the upper house of toatalature next MCnday, HenatAP UaWtna tt- ' IlleieK !i,.m.r 10 on oeniiir 01 llle "otciary com llll!ttee, preilm-ei) ihu "leasare PHncionl preeent form. The inns follow: o alien shall nenulre ti till,. or Interest or hot, I rm.i r.r. ... Will this state , or any Interest "in or take or eCxHre or hold ' v (leyi,, . 0h''rWif,. exrei.t Ml,., ' " it, piirehu real pi sltuatid 111 tins Mliilc til. IV In' acquired iillil drill by aliens, whether i. hi. iii or noa-reeldent, under the r utile i ion.". ! tins and conditions herein -n tnrth. lull no, otherwise. ml Any alien may hereafter io - , ii 1 1 liy ' 1 1 1 1 hunc or iithci'tt Isc lex i opting li devise or ili'Bi i-iit, which i.i. hereinafter ,il'in Iiliil o, i any right, mi'' kstereat la or to any real jpropert) situated in ihlM state mill iniiy hold in. inma i", tii' period oi oil. i.al', after till' tin If lf HO .U'gllll Ing mii h title, i'IkIii or nil. 1 1 hi but no longer. At tiii- expiration of mM period "f dm year, nil real propert) so in hi by urn h alien, iImII be subject in sacheal to the state of CiillfornlM mill proceedings tin itiirh purposes nil. iii i taken m in 'i i'i nit 1 1 i provided, Sub-dlt isloii (b) relates to proper I a, null ed lit iIi-vIhi: ni dement or III;. i iIihIi llmtli i mill' subject Ii no limitation- In, mi pin .iIIoiih. Of til.- laWi m i under tin- provisions tin Intlfd mn Mock of which I held by nny all l"":.1;;";;; nti ii i, agreement or lean when property or any inter hereafter lot leaaed 01 inter period than ihre, eat iiii-iiiii i rented for tears, I hall be made tr j to any i orporntion of d , hi il in si-, lion thro ;in, n, renewal or rxi iaurh contract, least , be made extendls eemem potlod California (quiring, ownlna or holding real pro ni it mayierty" In the ttate of California, authority I contravention to the expressed pr v peraonal j vialotu of the act, may convey tl n progreaa j name al any lime before tin- mi n the na-1 mencemcni of eacheal proceeding Property l inn eyed to nn-1 llher illicit in poratlon to lie ' conveyance Intent or fi the provisl, tel. line sh . sell, ., I for the becoming 1 1 OS, III i ill I.. ..I.i... proper, aoojuired, owned or my corporalon, the nwneri ajorlty itocH of whleh Himii larcrl tin Ir Intention of be lt , n e ol Ae United stntes. jaccordlnl to i i , i .1 M's, lln Mil PEI1MI1 i ii:i:i.i:its TO M LAND posed a n n 1 1 -1 i tin, chambers of graphed to eltnl rranciaco mid L Where itSHertins the legislation t the pr, its milt' EXPOSION KILLS FOUR; INJU VPilkeabarre, Pa April men Were killed and tWi an explosion of gas In th mine of the Lackawanna Bdwardsville, near here t All the dead were for ter the rNplosion the flip injured i rew entered the did not tome to the SUrfS I tonight The rescuers, ai puny of fie; lis Mid they a account for the explosion REBELS REFUSE TO RESUME ATTACKS 0 AT lany State Troops Deseit and Forces Are Demoralized by oiiccessf u I Resistance Made by Little Band, SUPERSTITION DETERS INDIAN ASSAILANTS Fail t( ffective W; III III M l I Ml. II I All K 1 1 i I.I I I V I lin k on Nin o. So- Tit u lit Hill II filler illt tliirninit .limrniil s.,-li.l .rut Win- 1 Nai Ariz., April I; lefHS,ll ti ire reiurnini t" iported to the k, who held httn e timei the COB" II" ll I.- Ill ei il spirits, tl vrOUpn seem i gawaon. twenty -aix Heart hers found bodlaa of federal aoldlara piled in alley wttthea i of Kaco, it is thoufhl lllel lonstllllle the totlll loss of till' m utti mpu to Innlna railway ii i' exploalve was entered to- Akiih Prieta, to the ennt, to n fictltloua party. Pol i- pn i ions narrow aacapea, if iioiii Mexican and Arlaona il p,-, Imps ill teslcan eettlen mi n ill i it Ens I Mil i: AitltiM t NOtiALEf) Sogalea, Ariz, April 1'.'. Four Mexicans arrested here early today prove to he Lieutenant Colonel Bduar tin Lopez. Major Quleesula, Captain Jesus iieiioi, ami Lieutenant Joae Hamacona of the Mexican army. ,i, pnti E DEDICATED TO On Spot in Arlington National Cemetery Selected by Him self Shaft is to be Erected in His Memory, Illy Morning JouniHl npriinl l.enmea Wlrf.l W'ashiimton April 12. A mOBU inKloti Ma lor -follt, tract Major Hull's r the ihacrlptl . as. in life, served fa It I lumanity." loln memorial to M: 'rank I). .Millet, the and member of the llSsiOn of Kine Arts. led when th,. Titanic I i i t' ll near the White lie a stnaii ornamental inlng a shaft with tt s In has relief, one 01 lentjng Major Butt, tin lor Mutt ishlngton National who also ink, is to House. It fountain, o classic chivalry. other of MONUMENT WILL B MAJOR BUTT POPE PIUS NEAHS DEMOCRATS END OE LIFE IS FEAR OF THOSE Serious Relapse Follows Hold ing Seveial Audiences and Exposure to Amospheric Changes Are Dangerous, FEVER RISES TO 103 CAUSING EXHAUSTION Much Coughing Diminishes Vi tality and Physicians Issue First Bulletin Regardiim Ill ness of Holy Father. (Hi Mnrnlns J.mrnnl ip.Ttiti I i.nl IVIrn 1 Home, April 12. Pope Plus has suffered it serious relapse. Ills con dition lonlKht was such as to arotiae tho Kreatest fear. He shotted sireiit iv, iknaaa and bin fever rosi to l"S degrees. The second retaps followed a illsreKiinl for the physlt Ian s laatrUC tlonn. It wan due In Ber-exhaustion from sen , ni audieweea the pope gave toil.iy. anil to exposure t limine of atmospheric t em pern tore. Althottfh everybody adentl) ttishes the pope many more years of relan. the gravity of bin condition makes prevalent the fears that tho end of his pontifical relnn Is approaching According to the latest reports from the sick room, .ilthonah the tempera tni,. had diminished niiahiti. tin pope was much exhausted nn account ol the persistent CO Ugh and dlffll nil 01- pectorattoa. which caused consider nhle pain In the chest. Tin- btd room Is kepi In semi 'I n N less and abaolute silence, Profeaaoi Mure h la fa . i having aK'lin I OS 1st ad, in .1 t Islt paid lale tonight, that i i, i tblng he done to prey elll lln- patient from eve making an effort tu use Ills mind. This time Cardinal Mertj Del V.il added Ins aUtttOHt) In support Ol the idiysician's orders. Dm. Marchlafava and Amlcl laaued thiMf then first bulletin, thla evening regarding the pope s condition, which indicates the gravity of llle case, In sa of the fact thai iXoaatly Pro feaaor Marchlafava, In explaining why bulletin! had not in-.-n laaaed, sun lueBaa, w roBchltia, lodny iiscym morn say Ing bishop rlthout lug received nishop umBl that In- t paid hot allow seeing him. The pope wa table mid gave to tin- bial toral cross with White ltd gold as a touventr, Bishop Longhan h i t the dlttnt. II.- thought that th oeared emaciated and iinm that he was cheerful and h gathered the Impreaaion ti a nil such in, in. ii vitality lung. His iMimii waa so he and the sisters ol the io ti gether m high good hum, to celebrate the reooverj They (pent the greater pi afternoon together, but w . ii.-d from their dr. -am bj of the pope's relapse, fever, which reglatered 10 it gradual!) decreased in in agsln, mid at midnight wa to lie 1(1. The pope llisistl ut rose j sported hat his dm eae of Tie, o, op, were reoelvi .. retary of state, i presenting the pii were grll veil that dealre and the ch pilgrimage -to sc., wan Impossible, I Merry del Val to : milcn, of their lath,-, Cardinal ,pc that of the days of onatant. hut in the books mid thai tho f,, added; Allow i for t h Colorado springs Miotts o Meetings, Colorado Springs, Colo., April 12. Industrial Workers "i the World, who me said to hate been driven out of liriinii Junction, win nut he permitted to hold street meetings In this elty, according to the polii e tonight, a vn- Kiiurd of live arrived in thin elty today from Ihe western slope, via the side do,,,- Pullman route, ami athera win arrive tomorrow. ABOUT RIM BY PRESIDENT ON SUGAR TARIFF Opponents of Mea :ht me Changed in Conformity with Wishes of Cane and Beet Men STRONG PLEA MADE BY LEADER UNDERWOOD Vote is Overwhelmingly if Favor of Standing by Wood row Wilson as Head of Party Organization. (B Mnrnlns Jniirnul iaSSl Waahlngton vpni i r,i , siiaar was rejected house delllocl'.lt Ii , .1 II, II helming vote, fniinwi e ... .1 Wlrr 1 Immediate leda it the l.i an ovel lllOWing an al l'i I Ion dci - t,, si.imi i,t d the ttats and of ihe democratl the Plesl lelll ch inned from tin' 1 ompromlae form in ii ha Ii It was presented to the caucus by I'hulrm.m I nileiwood and Ins i nl leagruaa of the , mittee, foltewlBg conferences between the White Houaa ami leaders of imth n s'lcss. The democratic n committee, Including si el s lln Itepresentatlx es Ken v.nk, ..mi Ralm st I lis , null for tl graudatt d action to a n Bealdeg Hun action, t oii- ton, ef Illinois, Ihe ca ui us left ien sugar ould ini An amend- Hepl eSellt.il n , propoaad that e effect should open llle cXact date wt go nil the flee list in I I mini proposed by i lardwii the linn he Mat before t season, the nj.it ways ai lln- resl k, i it f i -gin, dlolilil taK s ti, i,e effective of llle canning aclC'll lo leave .light lip h llle free augnr movement catae at tneciaae of a day of BTgumenta, and the amendment prepoeihg thai ugut should i ma free with ihe operal of the new tariff Ibb was made aj RepraMBtative Hardwtck, I precfpf .tA ll f.ehl of the dill, mid epreeentn t ivea LoulataBa and chairman lefended the Ihe heel Uhderwot proposed , aliens In ad party scute, I, III that Ihe pre erted eated quit- i.igiir ', , sld, ni Wllsi the op- nmediate domeat le ! We iiH- sugar In tl We say th, thin ached equitable "This 1 1 Usve that leagues wa ri publican democrats! c a blow at President lion In this the had i yea rs, desk as de In- h the rnltcd Sillies i the democratic 1 1 xgrsed. The immlttee stands mateiy w $1 1 5, OOO.Ot clared the pon lin ing per I a cent. I iii pre Ing iii he realised hv the ctmaumer, TttBI means oiilt onc-lllllth of a COBt pel capita, and fOf thin the comiulllee In x 1 1 1 1 n H In annihilate an Indu-try Il there had been any doUW aDOUt on ,1 s,,i, of the tight during the day, it hud dtaappeared after Mr. i nder i had finished bis presentation of the situation and Ihe members ware gettlBg anxious to yote before Ml Itu pi iii 'liided. W hen the Hal .lit It I. amendment as finally brought up the result was overwhelming. The caucus quickly dlapos.nl of the tobacco schedule without any change, and win take up ttta acricultural schedule on Monday, when considers Won ni the I. Ill will In- resumed at I ,'ln o'clock P. in Several fights He ahead III tills schedule, citrus frutlif an, flour In Inn at Issue turning the democratic nw tnb, 1 1 The senate flaaati committee democrats had twoheur meetuxg to day and continued lln t usslon of Ihe eallhellUMIe and glass ncbedtlles. Tht did not finish, hut will lake ut Ihe name schedules at a uniting nn Monday, QUEER QUESTION OF (III! NSHIP ENDED Washington, April II, The natur allaatioa of a etep father coBveya American cltlaenahlp upon his minor Map children, acoordUtg in a decision lodny h) Comptroller ol Ihe Treasury Traeeitell, nffielullj fstahllshlng the status ,,f two anliated men .,f the navy, Alois Retmarlh and Charles i. Berry, gunner s mates, stationed at Pfewport, Ft, l were brought t,, tins counti) in their Infant , Their fathers do, i mil their mot here married. Tin step father la -u - h cum- was natural' ha ,1 during the miaorlt ol the itep sons. The nut faced the untuHlnn queatlon of the right nf tha two nu n tn pertain extra put allowed to aallat ad man of Amerloaa oltUMnahlp onl) Th. Hi -I decided BELGIUM'S STRIKE T Pen Supplies a 1 onii me i tatioi Idlen I fir Mornlns Jonrnnl S.eel,.l I nnspil tVlrn.l Brussels, April I.' -Wlnl, it Is Irn possiiii, ii. predict to .that extent the threatened aeneral strike will tie up he regan socialists agents that the) would oeeiine I" ns sume lesponsii'iiitt for ffetght. be ginning tonight. All nu i chundlse nmv an route from tin United States would I,., landed at Rotterdam or Hamburg. Twent) ship loads of ores and grains destined for Antwerp have been dl verted to these porta. The Red star .anal boat loads ' u i it i d here today. lighting and street cleaning depart"! menta have been notified thai their participation in the strike will forfeit their poslll tl i i MRS, PANKHURSI IS DEFIANT fO London. April i Mrs. k iiiulcrlaki lease and up her ticket of r SCHEDULED FOR DMOBROW EIGHT HOUR DA! IS SOLUTION FOR STEEL MILL PROBLEM Commissionei of Labor Makes Exhaustive Repoit on How to Secure Rest for Employes Who Toil Continuously Now. 12 HOURS A DAY FOR SEVEN DAYS A WEEK I aige Plants Eiud Cost of Out put is Not Incieased by Thiee Shifts, at Same Pay, Instead i lit y,,rl.lns .l..,.rtt;.l S,r, li.l I rilnrnl Wire-. I Washington, April 1 1 - ft ft sen pel i , in ot ihe employes m the Iron aad si. .-I IndiiHirt, an a whole, and mole than W pi i i. nl f in i i fnrnnce workers, I. il,", seven days a week, an InveeUgaUofl nf th.- bureau nf labor d,s, lose-. I'ommleeinaer ffeill todai in, ni., public ihe third volume "r bureau's Investigation dealing with Working conditions and the relations of ampls . is ami w ot kmen. Th. r.iMit stales lh.it nlnee IIUII, whea tin- main inTeatlgallug n miiiie and when the normal working day for the majorlt) of Steel workein iias twelve hours long with print It'll I l.v :ili par cut of the entire roi-ie rexu larli Hulking sev.-n days per week, a number of atari oompanhai hdM put Into effect tin Inns plans 0 vthu Ii none of their ample yea are rettutywd or permitted in work more than six days a week lletween M and Ml per 1 1 nt of tiie employes formerly wurk ing at I i ii days pel wek have been affected hv lh.se arrangements, hut I', per cut still work ever) dat In Die week. Extensive Interviews with the work men l.ioiight out Ihe fact that In their opinion tin- Ma-day arrangements have not secured to them advantages i oiuincdsiii ate vt Ith the loss of ii day's pill each Week. I'll.- day nf enforced rent does not glte tin in a holiday either on Bunda) or tin ant other da;, on which their f. iiow workmen avn- eiall.l ale also at leisure. Iltl any day , , apt Sunday, the wotkmea sny ihana Is nothing to do, except to sleep all tint or to go to saloons. The proportion of men wurklng twelve hours u day has been pracll, ally uachanged except for two pianis whh h have Introduced the ttght-haiir system, fan-fill estimates nf th,, max imum cost of substituting the eight hour dm with a till per cent Increase In I, mil It l utes, so as lo give the name the cost of pig Iron would he only 1,1 per cent greiitnr or 4 cents per tun. In finished products 11 st WOBld ln only il per cent greater ur between 'il nn, I 1.' pc tun. The report concludes three shiflM of eight hours each U only practlcabl sting schedule 0 rite hours Numi Hll I .Hi 1 1 lilt' tor III. pointed ,,u, thai oi lln- lit II him recent!) f day, tine had of production, leased efflclell than products the eight hour Ihe eight-hull Cy, I he cost tins actually system than ti III 111 spile iii wages, lens v. Ith mill Hie t ell ur E! ENDS I AT ST. LOUIS ?ived Pledgirg ;t rat ion to Aid Adi 100(1 IW (iiy Mnrnlns jt.iirnni Sgeeist Mated "I St. Louts April 12. The read solutions urging th itionai department nler a cabinet mem ,i resolution urging let, Ml -I'tlia I nil,, i, II III is ijl'H- I I, Iltl CSS resoluttoi sian, ling centi ice, conatstlng from seek stai dralnncu conn oiiug oommlt representative ci, the various shall report. DRAIGECONGRESS TS SESSION