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THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVIII, No. 15. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, APRIL. 1!, 1913, Ity Mull, Ml Cents h .Month; Mutch t'iiUi, 5 cuts, lit ni rler, AO Cent H Muiillt. BANDITS MftKE WAR-VICE COMMISSIDNTOPE PIUS RALLIES PRESIDENT SPEAKS 200,000 MEN JOIN UNDERWOOD RATES MORGAN'S BODY IS TO DAUGHTERS E AT REST BESIDE TROSE OF RIS ON FOREIGNERS fill INTO GIVING HOPE OF N AT ON-W D SUSTA NED IN CHIHUAHUA MANAGEMENT RESTORATION OF AMERICAN 1 DEMOCRATIC STATE Four Hundred Men Under Maciovio Hcneia Levy T u tc on Italian and English Brutally, AMERICAN CITIZENS ARE CORDIALLY HATED J, W, Fuller, in Charge of Con struction of Conchos River Dam, Given Choice Between Death and Paying $10,000, (II, Vltirltlnil Jmirniil Sm-i lal l.rtiM-il YHrr.) ehlhuahuu City. .M.x.. April 14 Maelovio Hcrrcra, with 4H) follower'. In tot rorizing Hi'- country near m u- by IcvyinK ransoms from foreign rest- nts. lie dcilales that he is oppo". u prciallv to Americans. According tu mivi.-, m reoeiv.il here toil: y, Hcrreni's 1 n I I'll Mitniay cti- tiivil the town of Nana, m'd Hiirhfi Hi.' stores mill reshlcm '-m. taking pris oner Jon.- I :r. t i. mi Ii Uin subject, limiti was ril.nsi'il mily after th'.' payment 'f -.4"". Utter till' ballllitS I lltl'lcd the calllp ,,f v .,1'kni' ii buihlim; Hi,- i.ii' b.iN river dimi. demand I ' " " ''" threat f killing tin- I'-i'-v i '' heads I In- follltriH tiHl Work. .1 M . r II I I'T. .,,.,ie....r i-.tUMil ami was tied 1 lu a l.ttri o whlrh M iV i a threatened I t ml ili iu n a mntintuiusiilc. 1' tiller Mi-isit i.ffiiril jemm t' prevent Hi ..i t lint 1 li-i 1, i :i indsted Unit 'I"' - I,., doubled, which Was llolle nl't- n imirh arli- iinr. Tlnti the bandits ,,..,to,l thr h. mm of tin- foreign and American workmen, robbing IH.' eum pany stores i'f $7,tH" in merchandise. vxoi i z .(mi. dm i im s visit to mi:k city Fl Pan, April II. Kiiiili.. Yas.iio Cuiii. .. self-styled : r i s ismnal pn fi ll, nt i.i' Mexico, (inlay M l us.', I llu- of fer of C.oneral Viclol Vlllo Hllil'tll. iH'i. ing prov ish.nnl presi.h nt. 1" v isit lh i,.,li,i,il , npir.il. A pi nud f:n. brought here fnmt Mexico "lly I" con icy liiinn z, was ret in I'i'il, mill tin. ci iniiilssiiin' nt eight. M ilt to plead I'i'r lliinia, will return soon wli'i their unsii.Mi unsm-ei ssfiiily fulltlh-d. Al liiincy VasiUi v. ijniiii-. intends to in, i t 'his hrotht r, 1 H -. Frauds, n Vaa Home., recently sen,, el from Vera i;ru.. upon hi.-- arrival at N'ovi (rlcaiiM or New Yolk. , i , i it MAI TlttMU'S SOON TO .MO K At. AINSI t.l AVM N',e;ale.s, Ariz., April 14.---The lam pmmi i, en est it ut inna list forces atainsi r, ua ina-', the only point 'n S, in, ia ri-mainim; in the hands of th- Minna KuM-rnnieiit. hut n waits tlv-tn-rual uf the slate troops which y.-f-td'ilay look Xacn, on the Arizona hur-il.-r. Nearly l..Mui men will he hur ried ,'iom the vicinity of Xacn to li. rnio.sillo, the .stale capital, hclow vlii.h point niot'e thai! J.min troops alrciidy uif mohill.ed. No more than Una ledelals liel'ellil (i lia I11HS, oil til Calif, irnhi gulf. AMI I! K AN 01NII I AT l)N i; IN Mi:U N TOWN. S asliinLiti.n. April 14. A report to the slate ilepaltnient from Tampico today that the "Ainericiui Lawrence" shoe l,y Mexicans nt Tlacolula was In a crllii-ul condition, leil to all an n.iiinceinelit that Alhert 11. Lnwreiicf, the American mnmiiicr of an oil com pany near Tanipleii, who was reported shot uml killed on April 1, was still alive. Later, however, it developed Unit the report referred to Jamen II. Lawrence, who was wounded in a ficht with Mexican nt ii ihuice. The liody of Alhert II. Lawrence has heen cremated 111 New Yolk and sent to Nashville, Teiin.. the widow's for mer hump, where funeral services are tu he conducted Wednesday. ISCAR UND INDIGESTION Democratic Floor Leader Goes to Bed and is Told by Phy sicians He Must Remain There Until Rested, t'S.v M.ii-iihn .liinriliil Sim-lul I.i-iim-iI .Vir, 'ashitiKton, April 1 4. Hepresen tatlie I'nderwood, i,f Alnhnmn. chair Uian of the house vvuvs and means '"hinilltee, tin,) ilenmcnitlc floor lead r. was confined to h'.s Led today as "le result ,,f an attack, of acute indi-K'-stiim. His condition was slishtly linpiovi-d tonight Hnd he announced !'l,r the protest of his physician that "' would 1- at the capital as usual tomorrow. Mr. rmlerwood had riot heen well of several days. jH .ey,.,, nn oM-rtaxed his strength In his w.itk on l"e tariff measure. went to hed J'sii-nlay thoroughly exhausted and ''"fly t.hiH iimrninir he suffered thu "Hack of acute Indiyestion. He was "ty II for a. time, hut rallied before i" fmuily conld Bet a phvsician. '-Her Ins physician ordered him not " h.piid diet OSCAR UNDERWOOD SUFFERS 1 OF HOTELS jOne Chicago Proprietor Admits That No Baggage Need Ac company Guests When They Re ister at His Place, jCHARGES OF GRAFT AGAINST POLICEMEN Large Sums of Money Said to Have Been Demanded for Protection from Keepers of Disorderly Houses, ill. M..rnlitir .letirilM Stll'llul I.isimmI Wire.) ' ChitHKii. April 14. - Ml". Sarah Mueller, the keeper or a disorderly house, who mi hi xhc maile I'.'n.Cn" in Mh- last nine year', testifi.-'! hefnn-jtll- lllilloiH lee enlllllliKCioll tollax that liccaiice she r.-fnseil to pay "plntee jti.ill lllnlli-v" to tile pi'llre, she Mas ; put i. ut of luisiiiess. Hers was one or inanv inries ,nni:iit out hffir- th niiiiissii.n In i,m ,.rr,,iiu in li-Mi-n the cause ol the !iiiilcn f iee. one manager ot a iluwiili.wn hotel a.lnhlteil that n,n- phi win, r.mslricil at his place ware ! not reiiiireil to ha e lumma'c. Allium; ithe wilnesses were hall' a ilueii cho iras mi ls ut a wcll-kno n theatrical j ,-i.nt .i n . ' When a i In ins mi l. I years "Hi I liu slnppcl at the 111. l.-l. t..M i.l Isen.liim In r parents in New Vork la week out of h-r J-':' salaiv. I'li.ur- inn n r.ari.tl n'llara, aihlrcssini; lor. '-.a ill: ' Yon have tohl a si ra l-lit r"l'ii a tal sli.rv hen- ami I h.-hie you at:- a jm.o.J. mil. hut I want to l-ll mi I llilnk it a sliaine that con sh,,u,l I"' Ihrown into such co minions as ei-l iat tin- lintel. 1 thinlt It Is a pile that I s i ,n ami i, tilers like yen are imt h-t-U. r pr.iti i 'I i'il l.y nfficials i,r oiir com ipany." i A man ami woman who w.-r,- huU ipncnaeil ill a rahl on the lintel prn ,lii,eil a marrlam- i el-til hate when Ithov appear, '.1 to testily, i Mrs. .Mm llei's slni v of attempt. -il ii- tcl timi In tin- I, i, Pee came nl'i r she ' iilmitteil haiim; k- pi a il isnrilerP ' Incise for ten yeais. j "Last .Inn-, alter the pnlice anil ilc I,, lines isiteil mv place, atmlh.-r lollies man came." said the wit- le (old me 1 would have to s,- op iinh ss I i'a - hiin Snn pro II, ill money, lie said tin' nelKlil.ors I ha, I j he I to '. lone it. I mie him l ater -ki d in.- for mole, hut I refused e il. The mxt week my house I li as closed up. A nep'.hhor told me Ishe had yiven J toil p. the police In Hive weeks uml she was allowed to j cull I ill lie." "When tli is man took the $imi 'from you, whom did he say It was I for," Mrs. Mueller was asked, i "He told me It was for a ilemo jciatie official in tile city hall," said 'Mrs. Mueller. Kraiik ( ilsmi. proprietor of a nance 'hall, testified he once paid $1'-") to a I police lieutenant, since dismissed from the service. lie said he paid the i money to Induce the police not to hieep pations away from his hall. Kmest Mclleiiry. mauaner of the Nnrniaiidv hotel, was the witness who said no haHMane was re.piired when quests came to his hotel. He said hundreds of youn people visited his place. FRIE S D Secretary of State Bryan German Ambassador, Swiss Minister and Army and Navy Sureeons Witnesses, (Hi' MnniliiK .liinriliil Special l.enseil 4Vlre.) Washington. April 14.- I "' Kried rich Fran. Fricilma n n, of L.rlin. who declares he has discov er, 1 a cure for tuberculosis, brotiKht his visit to tlm Capital to ,i close today' wit h a clinic ai the ll.'i.i'Ri' Washington university, at which he inoculated twelve volun teer patients with his vac inc. Til.' clinic was witnessed hy Secretary ot State Hryan. the (.ernian ambassador, the Swiss minister and several I'nited Stales army mid navy silicons. More than 1 HO path nls appeared al the 1'niv ersity hospital dispensary and from this number the doelm' selected twelve typical cases, son f whom had already advanced to the third sIiikc ot the disease. Five of the P tlciits were small children, who were carried or walked on crutches. Dr. Friedinann called at the White Hons,, today and President Wilson told him he curliest ly hoped his vac cine would prove successful. Alter the clinic, he saw Senators Lake d a, of Tennessee, and William Hughes, of New Jersey, at his hotel, lb- was as sured by Senator 1 Inches that an ef fort would be made to permit him to practice in the District of I'olumbii and if possible, throughout the conn try. Dr. Friedmiinn returned to Provi dence, It. 1., tonight, and Inter will go to New York. He said he prob ably would visit Washington Km before rcturnintf to llcrlin. None of the surgeons of the United States public health service wit nessed the demonstrations today. DMANN OLD NOTABLE CLINIC CAPITAL 10 HEALTH Condition of Holy Fathei Takes Decided Tin n f o t Better and Physicians Be lieve Danger is Past, WONDERFUL DREAM IS RELATED BY PONTIFF Vision of Departed Sister Tells Him Work in World is Not Yet Finished and He Must Remain Awhile, illy MoriilitK .liiurnrtl HmtIi,I I mim-iI Mir,-.) Koim , April I 4.- The pope has ral lied in a wonderful manner from the serious atla.k from which he sufl.tcl vestcrilay, He appeared to he mi the point of death laM niKhl. hul tin phjsi.ians' repot t tonii;IU imln atc-i that the iianK'T point, tor the present al least, has hi . n passed. lir. Amici p. iid a visit t,. the si. k room shorily l.elore inidniwhi. Al thoiit:h tlie pope's tern p. ral u i ,. had iii'tcised siUhtly he found the feu dal coniliU.'n sailsla. lory. He a.l iniiiistcicd u Ileal t stimulant and shortly the pope wciii to sleep. Throughout the liny III.' ieiu.ei- ture was llolilial, tile pulse rem.lllieil al ill, out S.:. and the respiration -Ii. This in. holed a consilient', I- itm.li oiatioh 111 Hie l.ioiu hi.il si mptoiiiM. which was fmtlur shown Pv easier In alhinu and lie, dom lm Puis l'v i ii.ds In in ciMic.him;, In addition the pope was aide to take sonic iioi lishiiieiil and In- show ,., mncli inl, -rest ill what was hnp peiiinw al,.. ut him. Winn I'r.ifessor M.irchl.lfaV a allowed the pontiff s m phew to i nler the room, theic was an ali'ectinx si . lie. The frail uml ,i;n poiiulf and the ouiik and ro- hilst i t ii St Cllll'la. e.l teadcl ll, the latter lieillK llliahle to restrain his emotion at fimlui". tin- pope so , halls;. 'il' plivsh aliy. 1'ioi.ssor .MarehPifav a icpoitc.l tu niyht Ins asstuam e that il prudi nc W, I- I'M", Use ' til- lo'l' WOO III II- cover. He ile, laieil after his csami natioii nt the (lost thai the inflam mation, which .veslerday was marked on the hit side, has heeti checked and was dnniiiishinn while the hron chlal sounds Wele less lu.li. en hie. Altir Ins aftirnooii ship il was un served that the potitill looked very hnuhl and happv. AUIioiikIi he via advised hot to talk, he insisted on explaining Imvv he had jtisl awakened fiom a wondeiliil ilieani. He set no tl, he said, to have re turned to his heloVe,J Venice. Appar ently he was in Ills patriarchal K"h dola oh the maud canal. Kvi-rytliinit was Idazinx with sunlight, when sud denly uhovc Si, Mark's the sky opened and he saw u visum of his dead sis tcr. Kosc, who desccndinn towards him, look his hand, sayinn; "The nioim ni lias not vet come for you to .loin me. lour work Is not yet finished." The sisters of the pope and his niece ate happy in having the pope's neph ew with them, as lie Is most hopeful for the recovery of the pontiff unci keeps up their spirits. Cardinal Jepp, archhlshop of llres Inu, Is expected to arrive soon, lie has.' the highest veneration for thi pope, and heiiiK deeply affected hy the reports of the pontiff's serious condition desired, even if he cannot see him, to he mar him in Home. Six Men I til out Im-i I in ( nal Mine. Fort Smith, Ark., April 14. Six men are entombed iu mine No. 2 of the Western Coal and Mining; com pany at Donning, Ark., which was wrecked and set afire by an explosion early tonlgiil. Ffforts made to rescue the Imprisoned men so lar have been unsuccessful. NEW YORK POLICE FT! Dennis Sweeney, John Murtha, James E, Hussey and James F, Thompson Must Explain About Extoition, (Hy Mi.rnliiK .luiiitiid ,i-i lid Lrtincil WlrtO New York, April it.--A blanket In dictment charging conspiracy was re turned today hi Hie grand jury In vestigating alleged graft in the police department, against 'n plains Dennis Sweeney. John Murtha, James K. Hus sey and James F. Thompson. All these officers formerly were inspec tors. Sweeney previously had been Indicted on a bribery charge. The Indictment of the four grew out of the departure from New York county of Heorge A. Slpp, n former hotel proprietor, on whose ac cusation Patrolman Fiigone Fox wan chHigi',1 viilh bribery. II charges thai the four captains. then inspectors, conspired to gel Sipp out of jurisilie. th'ii to prevent his appearance as a witness against Fox. Murtha was ariaigned soon after the indictment vvas returned and was released on Ij.imh) bond. Sweeney later entered a plea of not guilty and was released In the eusltiily of en tin sel, he already having been forced tu liive lion,, In $1.. 'iii'l on the previous Indictment. Thompson and Hussey will be arralirneil tomorrow. INDICTED CA REVOLUTION Women Are Reminded of Ptn pose for Which Their An cestois Fought to Establish Equality Among Men. SECRETARY BRYAN GIVES ADVICE ON PATRIOTISM Ambassador Jusserand Ad dresses Assemblage Rela tive to Fiance's Pa it in Stiuggle for Ficedom, II, Muriilim .liinriliil H-i'liil I cim-U Wlrr.l.ill, Vliiriilinc .li.uriinl iii Inl I -il Hlr,'V,(l, VI,, ruins .Imirii ,1 ii-i l.il I f.i-cil lrrlill, VI.tmIi,, .liinriliil !wvliit I ninl Irr I Wa-hingloti. April I t lieh-eaii s t,. the continental , nr;i, ss of the Daugh ters of the A mi l I' a n I P i "I'll loll. w liich began il- t v i ill v-m i oinl annua I , . ml i age l.ei-'a n ,,ii.i I, I , .. I.. , a m I j I . , ot he i i i-.e .. II, r Ho w " s and no .ui scssbm bile tndav Wele Weleolll.'d to).,, niL.,Hlall it Was e-tim.li.d lil t . ol It II 1 1 1 I . tallll ee,'l Pill W,e lie- UasbiiiKton bv rnsiilent Wilson I" i -.mi.immi m. ii throughout th" ' "until lle.ited lu tin- .b m,,. lalic i in, i.s ot Hie his fust mibllc a.ldi.-ss sin..- his in- , ,,. i. This immbei- in at lci.-.i I house tod., v. The d, in," i.itic Icobi. aumirnlioii. Addn -s.-s ot vvel were also made bv S. cn-tirv of Slale llrvan ami im iiem n anion -s Mr. .hiss. 'land. I'.oih Hie president i Secretary l'n.,11 told th- Dangh-j" ters that it was in.i,- nun io i . i , i the principles of then r.-v olulioti m ancestors t - I u pi "PL ms. ... u, ,,, .... , 1. ,, t r tu 1 , , We,, 1. .,11' a ,,,1,1,-eSM'S I't Wei, 0,1,,. tolloW l , 1 ..., ,, ..... ,,,.1 1, ,. I, I, 1 1 le , suited in a paih.il vietmi lot til fmees ol Ml- llilalll 'llllillllligs rUII, II, II. gS Storv. of New y 01 k. , ini r ,,. ,., ,ni, ! tiates III till' SlleliUoilS colli president general ol the so, 1. I.i , f,,i ; Mis. Mors s pa, , us s. ...... .... l(11.,MlU ,.,. ,, ration .1. usua I. ,h..ri..,tion for ih.- a ppm nt ui.-ni 01 a , 1;nii u M ( siV .,, enllateril cot m, iltt ,.- ol e ' ' 1 ; ' , .,.,, M , 1 1 , The iltl Is full o! illll- Hies uf each ..I Hie . .unlitl.it '"l, ,. .,. ....... ,,,, o I i-sbh nl-geliel .il to pa up, ill the, seating ol emit, st.-tl delegations AlllollU the notable Women who ol . UPlt'll box, s Ut Hie allelliooll 111. elllU' i . -. ,. l . .. Wile MIS. Voe,lt,e 11 II-..II .i.e. ". Thomas lb Maishail. .Mrs. W ill illt v an. Mis. A S. I'.url.-son Mrs Franklin Lain-, the Ja,,an se John lliiii-s lb oiba"' iilor Mine -(Villi llu. Wite "I senior uml Mis. I,, i, iitiiil id that the' ' l-st I .l 11,1 I milliliters vi. -re keeper of traditions, ...I ..1. ,....1 ..i, i ml,, ill II II, tllll't till ,1 , , Hairs of' Hic nation He s,,ok. - i ., . ... , I .., ,1... rem. h , ' aU war ' ct retail I'.rvan iu his address I .'Id I, ,,.,-, ' He,, II,,-, IIIIISI thlOW their llll III. lice oil Ihe Hide ot IIP' p pie lii their struggle for liberty. "Then and then onlv." In- dot land, will ..u be true Daughters of the American I lei III III ioll,' Mis. Marlha W. Scott, the retiring preside n t - g c u e t a I, in her address, re viewed the progress made bv the so ciety, and declared that there still was a gri'at ii in k I" be ac. oiiipli-hed "( iruanizatious like this," said Presi dent Wilson, "remind us of the things that have gone bv ami of the stan dards to which we must conform II we would he true and loyal Aim-ri-. ans. "I would mil undertake, at any ratl in a single linX oviscd address. In set up the canons of Americanism. Amer icanism is now of so tunny variolic among the ladles that I am not so sure of my standards on that side ot the house: and. therefore, I tread v Tvf gingerly when 1 trv to sei up slan ditrds there. Hut this I know that so far as our recolh-i tiotis an- con cerned, so far as these things un concerned winch we hold -a.r.d in the pasl, so far as those things go that we Intend to live up Io and he worthy of. there is onlv one canon of Americanism. Ami the nal, constant difficulty of American polities is to bring it lack so that It will s'liiarc with tlie stam lard s.-l up when the revolution was height out ami an in dependent nation was established in America. "We established an Important na tion in order that men might enjoy a new kind of happiness anil a hew kind of dignity, that kind which a man has when tic respects evcrv other man anil woman's Individuality as he re spects his own; where he is tml will ing hi dtaiv distinctions between classes, where he is not willing h. shut the door ol priv ilege in Hie la. e of anyone." Important Meeting of Commercial Club at 8 Tonight ' The Commercial club is to ; ; hold ah Import imt meel ing, slnrt - t ii,g al x o'.-lo. k tonight. I The club ii ill have as its gu.-sls 1 delegations of good loads boost- ! i ers from Toiran.i. coiiuly uhd from .l. iiiez Spt lugs, and it Is i thelelole especially desired I Illll ; evcrv m.-mbci- of lb.- club ami I i all A Ihu. plot 'itie citizens interest- 1 ed in good roads work he present ; tonight b. greet tile V isllol'S. 1 Among the subjects to e j i up lor discussion tonight w ill be ; the early completion of Hie '..a. I j I'll. Ill A 11.11 1 1 ll.-m II,' I" JelUeZ ' ' Springs, for which several tlmu- ! wand dollats already ban- been i raised, and Ihe building of a ! ' l'oad I'll. Ill AII,U.IUT.lle to F.s- ' ' tainia. I'.'.th these routes iiuan ; much to the business Interests of I A I bit. ucri a.-, I I Tin- program lor tonight's i I meeting will be informal. The 1 talks will P.- snort and cvery- I hotly who has anything to sa 1 will I,,- giv.-n an opportunity to ; be heard The moling Is to be : ! a road boosllng mass meeting t I anil the bigger the crowd of Al- ) buiiieriue citizens the better w ill ' be the Impression made on the I I visitors. I I A specially prepared lunch will 1 I hi- s.-rv.-d alter th.- meeting. s his is Huinlit'il Thi'us:iiul,AII Elfoits to Put Cattle and Lis Than Socialist I cad cis Expected Would Qui Woik Yesteulay, RANKS PROBABLY WILL BE ADDED TO TODAY Because of Piep.iiatioiis Made by Gou'iiimeut, I ittle I c convenience ! bus i ar Ibn Beei; Expel ienced. r.inssels. April It III, Ink,- of iinikiiii: men in I'.. linn, to fore,- the c ..i el n ii on I P. cr , nt ma n I mi iiioi -holt ,.l Ho l.,ist lie- ml the i I- i a ,1 I'l. s. Is ' pin j 'Nv .'',7fl!-b Hie s,,,,.e has sbon"" "''l'"itv La. hi. win, is ill :, strength th.m w iv , i, t.d io , , tmpariMI ..oscveis .,,, I . id Hi ll f IP lllllll M I S IIII'ITSITI ,1', ll' I da V alb a U, ed. II 's bcllev i d c. o I a J I lie St llkel S Will I'C I elUl'ol , , tl bV , , , , ,, '"'-"O.d. II .s helleled i .,.,....,.,.. s .. . I I .eln I, .feci I I ' V M ' I ti ll IIIO US. Ill, I II I I... I.. el, III, '" , . , ... I ' "' ' "'" ma 1 Im-'I bv distill ham es or an. s.- , I.I 1 inconi elillll, e I -e. lie 'l b,- i-as. e.-i trie ami tti.-i-t , h-.m on n ,'i tin- -... . - a I e Pel Ii g .:, I. . I I or I, I lie l a 10 K'.- .'I i i i.i ' , '" I ni,,,, ,s iMc-soini. and li . in1:.. .! iig.tinst ' The onlv ... I of "s, age".. id ; live .'Utile, lb I.l I in-.' ID'! it would . le li. . ...i ,,.,. I,..,., i I, I.e. net, Into ' "Hi V the ( utile lll'tl- illilostl'v il. ' .. . i. ..I..... f ,. I.... we,.. , h, ,, r.i nssels is not an Iniluslrlat i enter ' '" It- aie , i ."'. ""i ' ! of whom less than . aie out. 1 The premier. M tie llroiikev III. - '"1 inl.'l view tmiiuht ailinill.il that II j,.. a - . E e II ,11! . i-h.,ii pi i"' said there was no ,. sen, ,,,, I' ll' tlisturlian, es m t. I The pre -r atbb-d Ibal w i H ' ch-t I, ,i il laws were mu such that thev COllI, I hot be lliallgOll lor Hie I'ltlfl, Ihe govct 'iim, ut . ouh I tint allow Itsell I.i he coerced an, I must stand firm In the face of menaces. Tu agree to tin socialists' demands would be to place an eternal weapon In the hands of the oeiallst party which they would bran dish at the hen, Is of all future govern ments. "If the Slllke is le l o I It I io till IV, We will suppress the I lots, if call, I. it will not and cannot have any practical re sult," he said. M, ile nroukeilllf further Intimated (hat II t In- I !' I I elect huts gav e Ins party freedom in this mutter he would be readv to consider a change In the electoral sislem. He deprecated He ld, a th.! Ihe king would Interfere with minis!' rs possessing his confi dence, but there Is a general belli f among the public that If the strike Is prolonged a petition Will be presellled prailng' his majesty to mediate sTKiM-: i si s mti i i: iro i u: r at w i I ltl". Antwerp. April I 4. The compaia I'vclv sin, : iiiiinbor of strikers hole is explained In the fact lh.it Hp steamship companies have bet n di verting, so milt h business from Ibis port In anticipation of trouble licit then- is hill. woik to do. Il is ex peeled that the number ol strikers w ill he auuineiil. il I row , itllhough the i 'h i h al Wol Union's unions oil " stilling hard to hnak III. sink.' bv offering a bonus of 2 francs daily to every man working after tin- first we.-k. stkim-: HI lIl'l! M II S I At TDK 1 1 S l III i l V.ilcin inc. France. April I I Th llelgi.in strike has had a serious "f fecl ,,ii t he factories in the Fivm h front a r .b-'-l rids III! unit (. i S I ltl l I : I P. I I (. 1 1 VI I MH SI III i, t ITY, ( 'ha rl. i ol, I l.'lgium, A pril I I. Six I v Ihoiisaml mil of ci.inm cmpb.v ed In Ihe various trades ale on sttikc lo-i-e noil (il I ill' I'.II.IUMI V tl It ol T l (.III VI I 't TUKII S (,'h- nt. April I I.- Th, re are 11,1 :," on s 1 1 ik- mi I uf ::ii,iiiiii iii Ibis ell) . PAGE PERSONA GRATA TO COURT OF" ST, JAMES Washington. April 14.- Croat I till -aiu has r. spo nded formally to lip Aiiii ri. an limutrv as Io the accept ability of Waller 11. Page as American amb.issailor to the cult ,,! SI. James, I.Mr Page Is p. rs.uia grata It, Hie lb ittish goi ei nmenl ami his nomina tion n ill I.,- sent b. the senate by Pn si, lent Wilson tomorrow. lle llbli. nil l ender-. I,, Meet. Chicago. April 1 I. - lleptlblleall leaders will gather here probably within the mxt fortnight h lav plans for lii.- i. hahilitalinn of the party throughout the einintiy, Arrange tm ids for the reception of the nation al committee ate being made. (.cm till Sinn. tl Snvtlcr Dies, Aged ".V Heading. Pa., April 1 b- III igadiel (ii-n.-ral Simon Snyder, F. S. A., re tired, w bo set v. d in llu- . Ii M War. It. many Indian campaigns, and in Cuba and the Philippines, died last night of pneumonia. He was years old. Sheep on Fiee I it and t'i Reduce Tuiitf o Suinc Successfully Resisted, BARLEY REDUCTION IS TO REMAIN IN BILL Repieseiitatie Cm ley Makes Stiong Fight Against States men fiom Texas and Uthei Western States, i W a-h I lu. I . m , Vpl.l II I'll-l-pul 1 1 . . 1 1 In ,u,i . ilia- Hid she.p en lb, 1 1 1 e le t . t ,. i ,,t i h,- .1 ut mi mi me aint jship fi-;hl the l,ll, as repot I. d U, ,a , -. nt 1 1 ii I I an, i ,11 el Ni w ,,i k. In tic Pi! I Minimi Ibuii- 1 " -'. ' llallll tt-v islolllsts 11 , I e lti.it live. I lie ,,.,, , ,.,,, u.,s ,.,,,, . ' . . I inllsi' "I II. -Hm ;i i :i IK I II. i I Mil III"'!'' ' ,,. M,,V ,,, . , , . . , ... I t III- II.W 111. II I "" I s 01 .'.on 11 , ,u - n , , ,,. II' VOWS I 1 1 I . . It I'm t lo t e was a ni el U llelm I" st HO eolllll t,h sustain. ,1 1 I . t 1 1 1 1 s 1 I , I a 1 I , ,,.,!;,le, ol I'tlllisil mn ue in' , r ,i. . ipn.it. .1 th. .,,eml,,,ei, t 1 1 1 ;." ,altl,- ,, th,- Ire,- !hs . M, u, , p ,,w dlliu. at I ,. ,,e- c. II, alol SWIIIe at .U 1 i,...,.i ...., ,,i ,it... :,,.,, , ,f i 'all- - ' ','- !'" "' M If I't'i" 1'I.Hb Kink aid. f New J.-rs.v, and t'urlci. of Mass.i- hus. Us. c o 1 1 1 , -1 1 , 1 e 1 1 Ir III.' w ,. old n an a In ..add tt. Id of supply for the , imb-pemb nt pa.k. is ,.m auainsl Ihe i si, -i ailed bet I tl I. a. II.PI. -eUl.ltH e t'mlll ,..I,I.,1 thalitioll Hl.d pcpl- p,ick"d III- sl.b'W.llks the rmt.il Stales might .soon cease to ,c an ixpoib-r o! food. II-' said the igciitine republic, with a population ' '' I onlv It. Hull. .Mill, as against IC.tllill.- Illlll ill llle Itnliil Mates, exported more than file limes as mm It bed ami meat products as the I'tiited Slates, ami that la I iff .i olefllnn III America could mill benefit "Hie Il list. " licpiesenla t il c ( !t I il in r. of Texas, a member of the w.ns ami mentis com mittee, said cattle last year raised II tariff revenue of I l.'iMi.niin ; that the rate had I ... - it so a.llusteil In this bill thai II would raise I .',1.11. 1111(1 the first voir. If the cattle were transferred to Hi.- live list, be added, lloi ret of the tal'ilf would have to be adjusted to meet t he loss of revenue. lb pri st niative Klnknhl. of Now Jersey, loii-cil a roll call, the fust since the bill has been before the cau cus, and the free cattle (intendment w as r. J.-cted. Til to I 22. Kept i sentatlve I'.lll ke. of Wlst oll sill, lllisuci-t ssl u llv sought to reduce the dutv on swine from JI ..Ml It, cents a head, and a motion bv l!. pr.--st titatlvc Kinknld to put -hecp on the free list was voted down, il.' to lis. An allcm pt I., raise Ihe proposed r ib s on barley, mad" hy Ihe tb nioeicls In. in Wisconsin ami Minnesota Wa" lllisili -cessl 111 Kepi vsi lll.lt 11 e I . 0 1 Ii I of iseolisill. ..It'll. .1 all a no nibuent iiMtoiim- Ho- rales of the pa vne law. under w hieh ba rb-v pa i s a dull of :in i i nls a luc-hd. Th.- I 'mh i w nod lull would cill that 111 l" lb pn sciilatlv v I'.lllke .belaud Ihe I'llliieis of the noi ihw.-sl need. , I Hie '!'! per cent dull to enable them Io compel,' with Ihe growers nf Canadian barley Jusl across Ihe hoiiinlari line. Pepl eseiila t ii e Puller, of I 'allfol'nia Sought to I'd Ihe proposed dull 1,1 III tint-, pi I hie hi I on o a t III. a I. The last light of Ihe day tame on l-lce. Pepresenl.llil e l.azal o, of Louisiana, i, I It l ed ai Ildlni III to increase ihe proposed dins of I , m a pound Io a cent and a ha If a pound Kept, socially.' Thompson. "f ' ' 'a hoina. mov e.l I o pal II on Hie 1 1 , ,- list. I '.,,1 h a hi, nilmeiils Men- lo.-t . LI E Official Asseits Sdiluis Had Assaulted Mexican and Then Attacked Chief of Po lice Rehire Latter Shot, Ill, Vlitrtlhm .lull, nal S.ci-lill I.ei.Neil tli-H.I Mexico ('III, A I'll I II - The gov .1 II . or of S, , intra, in an oifb l.il no ssuge to the ei-nlial government loda.v, placts Hi" blame f..r Ihe killing ol lv., American sailors at Cua.inas l,,sl week on Ihe -ailurs themselves. Attonliiig to this report oh" of a group of Intoxicated sailors attacked a Mexican. The chief of police. Win wi til to his ns. was In turn "Inn- tally assaulted vvllh clubs and lists. Whin uiial.le h. wllhslaiid the attack longer, ami Willi Ihe sailors clinking him. he drew his gun and filed re peatedly. An officer from the A than war ship slopped the fight. The govern. says that apologies were received from the warship. SONORA GOVERNOR PLACES BLAME 01 CIS ES Last Rites Peifoimed Over the Eaithly Remains of Dead Financier at Haitfoid, His Birthplace, Aie Simple, CITIZENS PAY FINAL TRIBUTE TO DECEASED Immense Oowd at Station When Tiain Arrives and Streets Aie Lined Jhiee Deep as Coitene Passes, H it H ot ,1. -111111.. A pi il i I. - I he b.'iU i.l .1. I'p tp.uit Morgan Is nt rest It was bulled today oil the rust of t'e.l.ir Illll nhlctctV. the SlXill nf the house of Morgan to find tasting plans th. tc. lis grave Is Io the west of th" great monument of r. d urnliitn that m.nks ih,. Inmily plot, Tu the east Ins bis lather. Junius Spencer Mor gan, his mother and n brother who died In bov h I. Ti. the north m e the graves of Ins giainl-parents, Jo s' ph and Sarah I. ike the ethers, the giav.t of the ncwc.in.r will be market! In a small brown headstone, i.l - SI I bed, "John I'l.rpon! Morgan, IVIii l!H:t." In Hen of the headstone, thcr. tow.ts tonight n monument, of flow , is, masses ol ruses, lilies, orchids. fi t us ami ied.tr boughs, heaped III it huge ,. l a ntiil over the grave. They ale the last tributes of friends tin. I relatives who came lure wHh the bo.lv iu a spetlal train from New Yolk, alter the funeral neivlces lu St. t b '.i go's i hurt h. Hartford, the finam i.t'ij birthplace, had Us flags at hnlf-ninst under u low . ring sky wh.-ti Hie mm u-car fu neral train, manned with a crew (hut had operated Mr. Morgan's special trains in his life time, iinlvcil shortly ullcr '.! o'clock. An immense crowd was at the sla- llil.e ,lti as tile luil.-ltll pit i TV (Hole through the ity. three and a half imhs to the cemetery. The route led In the IPile rv(l bib k house in which Hie financier was born, which was drap.-d today hi black, and by the great marble iiieptoi lul recently elect ed by Ml. Morgan In honor of his father, on thu dour of which hung 11 mourning w until. There wcia more lhan fifty car rlagcs In the pro. .slon. Including those of Hie mayor of Hartford, the licy. Charles A. (h.mlvv In. a ( aiusln of Mr. Moriian, and other tlistlnifulshed citizens of the city. Two large auto mobile trucks carried the flowers. over the seven Icet of earth allotted to the financier its his last resting place thcl'e had been elected It large white tent, ehurch-likc lu appearance, wilh a cliMiiecl at one end. The cen ter of this chancel was the grave, Its subs lined Willi red roses. I'.e.voinl II, completely covering lite walls of th,. lent In brilliant color were heaped the floial tributes those of the family, the Herman emperor's wreath brought from Koine, and those of intimate friends. Winn the funeral party arrived. Mis J. p, Morgan, the widow, leaning on the arm of her son. was the first I,. ..(.. - Sl,.,u lei, I beell l,,,,li,lc,l hilt all the mourners remained standing, t'hauricey I,. Ilteivster, of Coiinecllcul, Intoned the opening anthem of Ihe Hplseopnl committal service as the coffin was brought In. followed by the honorary pallbearers. A curtain was drawn across the cnlrance to the tent to sor'" ii the cei't'inoiiies from the g;n'M. of the curious. Tin- t i no lu it I a I service was read hy P.ishop Clinunoey (I, Itrewstcr of the Fj.lsi tipal diocese of ( 'otinectlcUl,. Il was assisted py Krv. Karl K.-ilaml. of St. (leorge's church. New York city, ami Plshop William l.nwrcnoe, of the diocese of M asstl eh usel ts. "We therefore ('''intuit this body to the ground, earth to earth, ashes to ash. s, dust to dust, looking- for the g, in-ral n sin Tectlon at Hie I u -1 day and Ihe life of the world to come." These were the words wilh which the financier's body was lowered Into Us grave al :i:4n o'clock. The Ford's prayer was chntilcd by Ihe mourners, ami wilh it benediction the (.-r. ninnies lusting' scarcely b it minutes, were ov cr. J. P, Mortran escorted his mother b. Inr carriage. Then, while Hp olhcr member were driving away. In went bat k, with his son, Junius and stootl wilh bowed head ami tenr tilbd eves lllllll they threw the last spadeful of earth mi the grave of his lather. The grave was brick lined and the tombing box was of heavy lend. The cover was sealed, thu grave filled in and the floral pieces heaped upon Ihe mound. Precautions, have been taken to have the grave guarded conlinu ously. (nt the trip from New York the coffin of the financier rested in a silver funeral ear. Flags at all the stations passed were at hall-mast and ciow , Is gal In-red mi each platform. A baggage ear was completely filled wilh flowers. Immediately after the funeral ccrc n onv, Ihe mourning party returned bv special train Io New Vork. Moin. ws i stvii: ixrmvri i VNUHTII tliiilT siuti.iHMi.nmi. Albany. N. Y.. April 14. New York slale will receive between :I.ihmi,iioi i it ml I, mm. nun In inheritance lax I rout tlie estate OI 111,- late .1. 1". .inugau. at - eoi'dimr b. preliminary estimates In alia, lies of Ihe slate comptroller's "'' 11,-.- Indue. Tl sinuate is bas.-d on a report that Ihe total estate will he llbollt S I llll, llllll, lllUI. Tile tax is ex pect, d to be one of the largest ever paid. A reduction of ii per cent Is allow-' ANC TORS