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THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL CXXXVIII, No. 16. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10,1913 1J Mull, 60 (Villi ft. M on I li : Single Copies, A fouls, Ity farrier, 00 fetus n Mom I.. STRENUOUS FIGHT H FREE WOOL Sheep Men Organize with Rep resentative Ashbrook, of Ohio, at Its Head to Oppose Proposed Measure, NO CHANGE MADE IN MR. UNDERWOOD'S BILL Southern Men OffCr Stl'Ong! Opposition to Cotton Rates But Suffer Defeat Coffee Substitutes Considered, , . ... . ,. . . (II, vlrinn Journal h lnl leii.eil irr.) Washington. April I.",. The most Kliciiiiuus fight by the opposition , nun-rats on the provisions or me ti, riff hill now under considei at ion . r .. .i... i...iiu.. .1.. ,,:, 1 1. oaneuS. 1 leioie uic ii,,,,.--it v.,,,,,,....,.. . i evo.i ted tomorrow when the wool schedule probably will he reached. The iinti-free raw wool representa tves have organized for the contest i t li Kcprcsetitative Ashbrook O! 1 uIih), us chairman, and although the cihls against them Hdinittedly arc great, the) propose to make a deter mined struggle to hind the caucus to a 15 per cent duty on raw wool as ,i m.bstitutc for the raw wool provision' inserted n the bill at the request at President Wilson. Should the opposi tion representatives 'all to attain taeir object in caucus, it is possible they may usk to la released from their pledges so that they may con tinue the flHht against free Woo', en the flour of the' house. Wheat, citrus fruits aiol cotton v ie the chief targets of the oppusi- j l.oll in the c ulcus today, the cot'oli schedule still being under consilient-j tiun at adjournment, No changes j wi re made in the committee's hill ' j a result "f tile day's discussion, ad vocates of itior.'nscd duties on wheal, us well as those who favor placing it ell tile free list, being voted down .Members who urged increased ill. Ins in. citrus fruits, pineapples, cotton a? us and other articles, met alike fate. Kepi esctitniav e I'lidcl w oid, chairman of the ways and nouns n iiinil: lee, who has been indisposed, was able to resume contiol of the bill i'l the caucus. The most stubborn opposition of the das came from southern mcm- heis ot some of the cotton rates. l!op icscntative Webb, of North Carolina, proposed an amendment to increase the proposed lutes oil twisted, In f I -cirizi'd mid otherwise finished yarns. This a mi ailment w as voted dow n by a ote of 1 111 to VI. I ;eprscntat ive Broiissatd, of Louisiana, viKorously assailed tin- pro posed duties on chickcry, chocolate and cocoa, dandelion root, acorns and other substitutes l'or coffee, proposed h. the ciiniinittee bill, moving to place them all on the free list us a boon tn the breakfast table. lie ailed attention to the recent holding up by the government, of i'.ra.iliun cufl'co and argued that the people were entitled to coffee .substitutes without any tariff. His ainendmeui was voted down, however, ndhercn's of tin! committee explaininK that the icciproelty features of the bill vvj'ill afford means for negotiation with llrazil, which country placed an .x hurt tax on coffee which the United states put on the free list. I.ienmtratio reiircsentativcs are be ing besieged by representatives of In surance companies, who protect "gainst the inclusion of IiiHiirance ''oiiipanics as taxable organizations under the eorporat'ou tax provision "' the tariff bill on the uround thai Hoy are not profit-making oiKani.a tioas. The matter may lie brought up in aucusi but democratic leaders de clare that the protests will not avail. Kept esentiitions bearinK upon the proposed democratic tariff l.'Kislatio'i from half a dozen ambassadors and ministers In Washington were trnnx I'dtteil today to the house ways and HK'.'tu.H coniiuittee y Secretary Hryan. 1; was said that all the representa t'oiis were in tin nature of ri ministra tions against proposed changes in dn '"s on articles in w liiih the coiiotrb'S "' tli diplomats are interested, - or Wie directed at sections of what is kri'JWn as the administrative part of t"" tariff bill. Some diplomats have lM't hesitated to declare themselves inure concerned about the adiiiinis ti'atlve features of the tariff than in "n.v proposed chaiincs in tin- actual !'J,cs of duty. I'iif trazili,iii ambassador, who yileii on Secretary I 1 van today about "iiother matter, referred to some of taritf (juestlons and. it is 1.1'W'd, nisi, discussed briefly the 11 ''ntial duly ,m ."iei-iean flour 1' I'ted into Brazil. be-dif-im- 'Mice slop I Igbl rf, .Mniitn. Atlanta, Oil.. Anril 1 r, Atlanta !"li Se tWe, commissioners stoooed thp 'lllle I ten-round I, out t,.ni,til be. Mm Attell. f, ll'tller fenlher- N,hl chamiiion. and Hennv Kauff '"'" of Philadelphia, in the Seventh round. The action by the commls M'""'rs w"s accompanied bv the nn ""uncement that the bout' was "no tight." Ai4,.r lh(1 fjrHt ,.,, the I liilaib lphian assnm.,1 the defensive, "Serins; and ava idinif Attell omit the 1 'Ultest was stopped. EXPECTED IN CAUCUS COLORADO SPRINGS ELECTS OFFICERS Colorado Springs, i'iiIo., April IX. Charles I-. McKesson, present city ultnincy, was elected mayor of Colo iinli) Springs today l,y u plurality of 1JU Votes nviT his sole opponent, Charles K. Thomas. The spirited contest nl' 111.' ii l 1 1 ,i ti brought nut w hat In perhaps tli' lim l.-nt vote ever pulled In this city. J. .1. Kiihnnk anil I ). II. Johnson wen. -! ted city nim inissiniiers hut Mrs. Jennie Shellc.v llnyil anil Charles M. Ilnbbs. Mrs. Boyd, the first woman ever to run for an office In Colorado Sprint;!1, run third on the iildcrmanlo ticket. BALLOON INFLATED TO CROSS ATLANTIC 1-in Pnhnas, Canary Island. April l.V The dirigible halloon Suchnrd, in which JoMcph Hruckrr, formerly off Milwaukee, proposes to make a trails Atlantic flight, In heliiR inflated. Cap tain Blinker announces that he will .start for America tomorrow or Thura- lluv ,f t. favorable wind COIIllll 111". The inflation will he coiupleteil lit dawn. Tin- police are holding the crowds hack to prevent the Has from being United through carelessness, Pilot balloons were sent up today to ascertain the direction of the wind and meteorological reports have heen ' . asked for from vailous points abroad. selling l.uideil liler Not Mail linml. Chicago. April 1.",. The federal court of appeals hole fr 1 today I'.u- I gene M. Stockton of Chicago, sciitoiic- ,1 to three years in the Leavenworth penitentiary for mall frauds In scllnm loaded dici The court of appeals kton's responsibility end. not cheat liis cu.-loin, i s. 1, ,.1,1 11, it Slo, cd if he did SENATOR FALL IS E Picsident Confers Over Ap pointments with Several Men of tipper House; Minor Offices Consicleiel, j !.' M.irnlim rmd Xi.r.ta! Im-i-il Wlre.) vv ashingmii. .prii i ... - iresmci.t j Wilson cut away from his regular at- terilooll pt'olMnlll of receptions today and consulted a number of senators about prospective appointments. Senator Vardaiunn, of MisuslpPi: Senators La Follette, of Wisconsin: Martin and Watson, of Virginia: Fall, of New Mexico, and Warren and Chirk, of Wyoming, were amonn those summoned to the White House. Tile president is understood to have discussed only minor appointment!). Senator La Kollette said he had men tioned no other subjects, Senator Var ilamaii, however, chathd a few' min utes about expedititiK the tariff Ml! In the senate, cominendinK' the president for his effort to net prompt action. Mr. Wilson is giving' his attention to scores of minor appointments and ex pects to make rupid Inroads this week Into the list of postmasterships, ninny of which went to the senate today. So far as known, the president has not made any mme diplomatic selections. He sent the name of Walter Utiles Page to be ambassador to Crcat llri taili to the senate today, President Wilson will nive his first dinner to the cabinet tomorrow night. Cleveland L. Kodge, a Princeton class mate, and Colonel M, House, an intimate friend, will be among the guests. DEMOCRAT SENATE Restaurant is to be Advised to Reduce High Cost of Living and Mono Rail System Will be Removed, Illy Miirniim Journal Sw lid 1 mwil Wire) Washington, April I - Ki ting, smoking, and personal transportation problems gave the senate committee on ruleH ;i bu v' tifoe today at its first session under the new democratic ad miliislratlon of the senate. The com mittee finally determined upon three projects important to I'"' personal comfort of senators: A committee to Invest lie the ,-s that ate restaurant ill the hope of living may lie reduced. The defeat of Senator resolution to prohibit stead rillman'H ig in ex- eclitlve sessions of the senate. The removal of the ru-vv monorail system in the senate subway because of Its noise. The monorail system, installed at a cost of nine thousand dollars to con vey senators between the capital and their off:ce building, was attacked re cently by Senator Stone, in a resolu tion. It is claimed the railway, which recently succeeded an j, at.. mobile service, makes so much noise that conversation is impossible. SUMMONED TO I OS IKES REFORMS IN CAPITOL iad AnflDAQPAnnD'olDin padir n ppr otcI pi i n n f II p u r II or rnn M HIV DHduHUUn u DULUnllln IbULI hJ JUUULNUIIHNULrUII OPPOSITION TO STATED President Wilson and Secre tary Biyan Take Steps to Avoid Positive Friction Be tween Two Nations, . CALIFORNIA ASKED TO ACT CAUTIOUSLY Mikado's Empire Finds Dis crimination Between Its Subjects and Europeans is Contemplated in Measure, 4I MnriiliiK ,l,,iirnnl HppciMl Iritsfd irr.l Washington, April 1 I'.f forts t,, prevent friction between the I'nltid States mill .Lilian over the proposed California alien land holding bill were continued today by President Wilson and Secretary Ihyan In conference with Viscount Chimin, the Japanese jmliassador. The ambassador called first at the White House to talk with the president, then proceeding to the state department tfi confer with Sec retary I '.rv an. There was no aniiouneeinent as to the nature of the conference's, but it was admitted that the California prob lem was under discussion. Without offending the people of California by any official interference With their legislative proceedings, the president and Secretary Bryan unoffi cially have conveyed to certain Influ , ntial persons in California the hope that the projected legislation would not be permitted to take a form that would justify tlie Japanese govern ment in asserting that It. constituted a bleach of the treaty obligations of the I'nilcil States. The purpose of today's conferences, it is understood, was to ascertain whether the senate bill, as amended, still Is objectionable to Ja pan, and if so In what respect. The ambassador Is Said to have indicated that furl li' r changes must lie made tn the bill before It can be said to tie acceptable to Japan, and that these changes must take Hie form of iimelid inents to place all aliens on even terms. The Japanese government contends the bill 111 its present stale does not do tills, in spite of the asser tions of the promoters of the measure in the California senate that the dis crimination contained In the first bill has been removed. It was pointed out today that as it stands the bill would permit the sub ject of a Kuropcuu state to acquire land in California by the simple pro cess of declaring his purpose to be come a citizen of the I nitcd States, while the Japanese cannot acipiire cit izenship. It Is admitted that it would be difficult to amend the measure to meet this objection without develop ing strenuous opposition from flu large Knropean colonies In California. M ll'.NS XOT PKIt.MITTI l TO OWN Altl.ON A I..WDS. Phoenix. Ariz.. April K. Aliens not eligible to American citizenship cannot acquire title to real property la Arizona under a law enacted a year ago, lull which has never been tested in the courts. The attention of fed eral authorities was called to this for gotten measure and it was said the matter had been reported to the state department L Washington for consid eration in connection with the Japa nese protest against the California legislation. The law provides that aliens not eli gible for citizenship, but holding land within the state at the time of the en actment, must surrender such land within five years alter the passage of the bill, even, when title has been ac quired by the enforcement of a lien court judgment. Mining claims ami land necessary for the operation oi mines inn! reduction plants are ex empted from the restrictions of Un law. . ,i p w ii.di.v l i ' " OM.Il Al l i:N I.AMI 111 1,1, ToUlo. April HI. The leading newspapers of Tokio. the Ashahl, the Kokuinin Sliinibun. ud the Jiji Shimpo, which usually are conserva tive have assumed all extremist .at titude on the projected alien land ownership legislation In California. The Kokiimin Shimbnn Is almost vio lent, while Ashahl is pessimistic1. The younger clement among Un political factions, which incited the recent rioting, have called a mass meeting for Thursday next. It will I e held 111 a building, the capacity or which is lj.iHUI. Lengthy special dispatches from San Francisco and Washington indi cate that the situation Is hopeless, but many of the Japanese assert their confidence that the Americans, par ticularly Oalifoit'iians, surely will deal justly and fairly with the question. Spent I'oiiiine Fighting" Charges San Francisco, April 15.- The es tate of John A. Benson, said to have been worth over a million when he was involved in the Oregon land frauds', amounts to JUL Hoooniliig to the final aci outii ,,f his affairs filed to day in the probate court here.- He spent his fortune fighting the charges. ALIEN BILL PROPOSALS 0! GREAT POWERS FOR PEACE Other Allies Asked to Assent Promptly to Plans Outlined and Armistice Arrangement is Expected This Week, CONFERENCE LIKELY TO BEGIN IN LONDON Reports That War Had Ended Regarded as Not Entirely Warranted, But Truce is Be lieved to Exist, (llr Morning Journal Hpeelnl 1 euweil Vtlri-.l IjiiuIoii. April HI. The Bulgarian government, according to a Sofia de spatch to the PosJ. lias notified the other governments of the Balkan league that the terms of the latest note of the great powers are tin i'il able to Bulgaria (Hid al s th,. allies to assent promptly to the conclusion of peace. It Is probable, adds the de spatch, that an armistice will be ar ranged this week. The news of the actual conclusion of an armistice bet ween 'I'm Key and Bulgaria appears to be pi emature, but tin IV Is little doubt tlvit It is on the eve of arrangement, 'l iist reports n -garding the armistice came from Constantinople and the Kusslan gov ernment Is in receipt of similar news. According to reports current In Stras. burg, tlie armistice would be the re sult of Itnsslan mediation. In diplomatic cini,s in London the view is held that the peace conference shortly will reiissi ml'le In the British capital. A Constantinople despatch admits the existence of some sort of truce as a preliminary of an armistice, A Vienna disputed to tlie Chronicle says that the relations between S,-r-via and Bulgaria are becoming In creasingly strained. Servia claims for herself L'gri polankn, Kratova, Voles, I'skup and okbrhla, in total disregard for the Itcal.v coin lulled before III" war between Servia and Bulgaria, under which most of these towns would go to Bulgaria. The disputed territory comprises :;.", ami square miles. The .Nellse Fli ie Pres.-e, the ills patch adds, learns that Bulgaria sus pects her allies of purposely delavilig the eonclusioii of peace ill order to retain the Bulgarian arniv at Tchatal ja as long as possible, while Servia concentrates her army along I ho Vardar river, and O recce has forces near Saloniki. Bulgaria now Is pre paring to divert all available troops from Adrianople and Tchatalja to Macedonia. moti:m:.ho in i n:s l i i:oi'i: powiits Ccttlnje, April la. The government has notified Its representatives abroad that .Montenegro rejects pecuniary compensation for Scutari, and only will yield to overwhelming force. AT EXTRA SESSION Final Action on Bill Providing New Financial System No! Expected for Some Time, According to Present Plans, lll VI, -lolliliill SM'cllll l.i'inr,! Wile., Washing; April I .V Final action y reform bill at the f congress is not eon e i y mem hers of I lu ce on banking and upon ji eun present sesslm sidered probable senate comioittei enrrem v. Plans for the preparatioi' outlined bricfl lo T legislation vvoi day at a meeting of the democratic members of the committee; but tie actual preparation of a bill to lie pi ,- scnted to congress will not be com pleted for sonic time. Senator iiweii said todav that the bill whin finally prcs'-nli'l to the sen ate would come ns a committee hill. Several measures now hefor Ih, iimm It lee, u hiding the 1 1 ite Weeks ami Jones bills, will be consideration. While democratic members adv- participated In today's eoiif. rein . re publican members of the senate coni- loittec expect to be consulted I'olh III the preparation of financial legisla tion. The house committee h as Hot j yet been organized, but It is epe that Hepresenlative Class will 1" chairman. etc,!, its.! Pic-linn-lor Flections o Kcconiilcil Washington, April J Post master Oeneral Burleson has informed lt"i rcsentatkv IMIIon, of South lakota. that he does not recognize any obli gation to observe the results of the preferential primaries In the selection of postmasters under the South l'a kota primary law. He said, however, he would consider ail such selections 111 making appointments. CURRENCY REFORM IS IMPROBABLE SE E Reassuiances by Physicians Disci edited in Rome Whcie Thcie is Belief That End of Pontiff Rapidly Approaches, TEMPERATURE INCREASES AND VITALITY LESSENS Indications Cue Rise to Feai That Pneumonia Has De veloped and Congestion Ren -deis. Breathing Difficult, lllv Mornlm Jouriud hwl,il l.eurcl Wire.) Homo. April I Tln-i c lias been a stuhb II change f,,- the vvoise ill the condition id Pope Pins V Notwith standing the reassurances of I'loleS s,,r Maicliiafav a, a careful watch is being kept on the Vatican and there is dollbl that the "satisfactory gcllel.il condition" of Hie pontiff, as reported bv the do, tors, Is home out by the facts. The temperature of the pope, which I almost the whole da remained at 'J? jib glceS. ill Itself Indicates lleplosvion land Weakness -lose ill the calk I'l I" I ning to li'". and, lati I- to in; The j bronchial si inploms, v. lib h at the noo ning session wen- found to be ,ii-loini'-hcd, presented new and grave f, amies tonight. The alle le,! zone oil the left side of the client Was filltll- cr congested, with a possible area of consolidation one of the signs of I pneumonia and the sounds within I the I, rom liial tubes wore more pro- nounccd. The attending phv sh ia ns ordered a M'oi ial bacteriological examination of the spin um in oi Ui r to ascertain whether It contained infectious mate rial and the nature of the detritus that tends to bio, k lip the lungs. The darkest reports were tiling cir culated, one being that the pope M at the point of death, ami that Fath- r Augustine Pilteii, all Augnstlniuli monk, has been old, led to he In read iness lo bring to the patient the last communion this I, dug tlie pretoga tiv e of his office. This appears to be an exaggeratl ,'i on the situation although uudouh'edly the pope's condition Is much worse, owing to the fact that lie i(id not take sufficient reft today ami ov cr-cxei ted himself, as he had done oil previous occasions. This lesultcl in general prostration, cleviiti f the tenipern- ture and inability to retain even the lightest nourishment. The arrival In Ho n-' tonight of An gel, i Salt,,, the pope's brother, w Interpreted In some quarters us a cei -tain sign that all hope had been aban doned, it was forgotten th 't Sarto had left Ills ow n v illage on the V ov -age to Homo long before the present s. t-baek of the pope occurred - in fact when the pope was greatly Im proved. lie was received with ifa-il alius by Ills sisters, who Wish lo see the pope surrounded bv members of ids own family. !'r,,ressor Ma n hlafa v a's visit to th, sick room tonight lasted forty minute When he left the Vatican he Was be sieged for details, as the aggravation of the pope's condition a. ready know n, but he renewed hi.i asuiram i s that the situation was not grave. This slateinent being received with i ii i-icit ii I i I v . Hie nlnsieian remarked that If there were any real danger h would have remained at the Vatican, or would gu there during the night which he did not intend to do. Still unconvinced. Ho- cori , spondeiils ranged to watch liis house to ascertain whether he returned to Hie Valicnn before morning. The Spanish ambassador today vis itcl Cardinal M rry I n I Val, the pa pal secretary of slate, and inquired re uarding the progress of the pope In th, name of King Alfonso. At the same time he said, he had been dele gated lo express tile f'-ellllgs of the Spanish loval family for the kind thoiiglitfulmss of the Holy Father, while ill and while the whole world was trembling for his health, who had sent Ills cuii.g rut u la t Ii ms to the king I'l i r bis escape III tile I lit llltempt against his life. (..nil chant; for the Woiso which h ; occurred ill the pope's condition has decreased Ihe feeling of optimism 1 ega rding Ins recov , ry as it is realiz ed that coll relapse witluliaws some of the v ilal force of the Holy Father I ii, .VI aii bla fa v a and Aioiel issued the .following bulletin tonight : "The pope's temperature tonight is above inn degrees, The bronchial af fection is somewhat worse. The gen oral condition of the patient continues good." ir. Ainiel remained In the slcl room until midnight. II,. made hourly note of the symptoms, which wire communicated by telephone to 1 if. vinchiafava. Towards midnight the pope slept, and shortly afterward 1 r. Amid re tired to the ante chamb, r. The pope's sisters left the Vatican but liis nephew-. Father I'arolin, remained on watch near the pontiff's bedside. owing to the Increase In the tem perature and a frequent irregular pulse, the pope gave signs of coiniid erable restlessness, and at times Hgaln experienced difficulty ill breathing. , AROUSES APPREHENSION PRESIDENT SUSTAINS SECRETARY DANIELS aslilngton, April 1.'. - I'l, si. lent Wilson fotmallv stud, lined todav the action of Solidary Funicls In th lin ing to piouiotc Captain Tomplin M 1'otts, F. S. V, lo the grade of rear admiral on the ground Hint lie had Hot Heelt sufficient sea sel V I, C IllUlcf his i iipt.iin's i onimissiou. Captain Potts and Coinnialldei Phillip Alldl cW s "t ivclltlv were re lieved from ilutv ill the navy depart ment mid ordered to sen al their pics cut rank, not w It listauiling the fait that each had passed an camimi(lon for promotion to the next higher grade, in which vacancies were await ing theni. Captain polls piolcsted foi iuallv to President llson oil tin ground Hun Hie navy dep., rl incnt was responsible for his l.u k of sea sci v ice in his giade ti.v keeping him on duty a-lmii' in the Imp of his own appli cation tor sea sen h e. Secretary lumicls, however, bad laid down a general order on the sub jeit before tli. se cases arose and Ihe protest was unavailing. REFERENDUM USED AGAINST ABATEMENT Shi I'i .no is, o, April I ;', - i ippoiieiil , the "led light" abal, meat la w eli cited at the pie-cut .-, ssloll of Hie Male legislature set in motion io.I , . ihe lll.o blllel v to obtain the I, ie,t of tile law bv a lefcl end II III vole, I'.v the provisions ,f the law. naiiv which known rest i u ru nts i.i ',.-, Flam Is, o, and manv so-called hotels .ml a p. 1 1 1 nunt houses In Hi' 1 . 1 1 . , r lilies of the state would mil f amor the ban. FEDERAL GARRISON S Six Handled Men, Strongly Foi tified, Hope to Hold Last Poit in Sonora Against Su peiior Foi ce of State Troops Illy Morning Journal !eclnl I ,rMil W lie.) Ouaviiias, Solioia, Mcv, April lo. - Allliough evacuating Fiiipalnie, w hicli Immediately was occupied by state troops., the lluti federals here late today liutilicl a strong position In a suburb of i iiiuv in, is. Although nu merically inferior, It Is believed that strong resistance will meet any at tack, of i.oiistltiitlonalisls. The Hucrt.i garrison possesses much artillery mid Is entrenched In mi ideal place fur defense. The evacuation of Knipnlnic, w hero the American colony is located, Is said to have been done to .prevent danger to foreign residents In event of an attack. The destrojer Paul Jones hi l ived In liuiiyinas bay today from San Idogo, Cnl., with meningitis serum for the cruiser California's crew. There me m, ciiscK of the epidemic here or at I-: n 1 1 in line. Only one Is said to have been developed on the California some lime la I'oi-o its arrival here. The pa tient died and was bulled at sea. IMTI I) M' 1 1 S I AHV OF tOHIl(. MI.XICANS Washington, Apnl 1 The war department asked the stale dcpail- meiit today to decide Imvi long the I'llltcd States Should keep "open house" on the Ailzoiia-Mexlcaii bor der for the in I ii t .d li 1 1 1 li t "f Mexican federal l-elllgecs Wtl'l hllVe come lilt') the Fnllcd Statis to escape capture by Hie rebel army. As a result, It Is Idol, able the stale ,1, pull lliellt will give Instructions to release the scv eial hundred Mexicans now held on Ihe border and being fe, rroiu the Stores of the l ulled States III 111)' maintaining the border piilrol. MallV of Hose I'elllgeos have liecll cared for at. Nogah-s, Ariz., ever since their flight li-oui Nog, iles, Mex., a few weeks ago. When Hie number of aliefi hoarders was Increased by about :;uii through the i,c, m flight of Oen eral i Uoilu's forces from N'ai o, ,M, x., to Naco, Ariz , the coiimiaiub r of the American foitvs al Xaio decided to ask lor Inst no lions as to how long the refugees should be fcl from tin; government larder. ( ONSI I, oi : I I! l IH .MI S STO I It IOl.l HV OX HUM) N iv ii leans, April I .V I r. PM- laroo iirnelas, emi-nl general of Mex ico al New i ii leans, lu ting upon in- siriii lions from the Mi-xliau govern ment, toiiighl issued a general denial of ass, rtioiis made lo re Saturday by Mallas livl'do, former assistant prl vaic sicretiiry to President Maib-ro. in iv lie Ii lie said Mad, in and Pino Sunn-, w ere put to death by gov ci li no lit orders. 1 r. i irnelas says I ivle- o's ih-clai a lions ale based on hour ly evidence, a ml promises Hint Ihe ,.p,,rt of Hie journal of Hie judicial Investigating committee will be pub lished "In due time" Friiesto Fernando, y Arlcagi. who ceiith- resigned as Mexican inliih r to Honduras, said here today that the rev olulioiiials ot ( on h u 1 la. Minora, ml other Mexican border slates arc ot "sepn ralists." lie said that ,. tih,.r iiovetnor Carranza nor any of hla lieiilcnaiils favored Hie idea of "All of the revolutionists," he Said, "are proud of their Mexb an iialloii illty and are willing to give their last imp of bl i lighting for Mexican nilly and the Independence ot the Hiuntry." GOVERNMENT ASKS FRIEDIiNN TO PUT LIMIT ON PATIENTS Public Health Service Calls At tention of Beilin Scientist to What It Terms "Halting Progress." SURGEONS FORCED TO CONFINE OBSERVATIONS Geiman Specialist Urged to Conclude Treatment of Oi iginal Persons Whom He In jected with His Remedy, (III Morning Journal Sim-lul I eswil W lr ) Washington, April 15. IH'. I' lieil- tich l'lledinann's attention was di rected today to the "halting progress" In his demonstration of the aliened i illative value, of his t uberculosls vaccine in a letter addressed to him at Provld. me. It. I., by lir. John F. Aiidetsoii. chairman of the board ap pointed by Surgeon OenerMl Blue, of Hie public health service, to Inquire Into the efficacy of the Herman physi cian's remedy. The letter follow: "We regret In have lo Invite ) uiir attention to the hulling progress In your demonstration of Ihe nllegei! ctmitlve value of your remedy for tu berculosis, only ninety-four of the patients accepted by on us miltilble for such tests hale been treated by vou. In order to avoid delay In advis ing the pub lie of the Judgment we may be able to form of the HUecem of voor treatment, we are forced to limit our clinical studies to the num ber already treated under our rherva tloii in the. hospitals In Npa- 1'ork City. "From conversations with ou, It Is understood that some of the1 e p.i tlcnts now are ready for a further In jection of your remedy. In their In terest and fop the reasons given for limiting our clinical observations to those already treuted, We feel thai these patients now shoti'd be aei fi In you w ith the view of giving such nddi. tlonal Injections of your remedy n, may. In your Judgment, be necessary to effect a cure. We should be pleas ed, therefore, to have yon give thl' matter your prompt attention and In form us regarding the same at tin early date "We may be cum mtinlca ted with In writing, addressed to either Or. A- M. Stlmson, Hotel Martinique, New York City, or to lr. John F. Anderson, di rector hygienic laboratory, Washing ton, , c." When ir. Frledmann held his clin ic yesterday hero. It was noted that none of the medical officers of the pill, lie health service Was present. This was explained In pr. Anderson's statement that, the hoard had heen forced to limit its clinical studies to cases treated under their observation ill New Vol k l 'ity. ' At a conference here IhM Sunday, Mr. Flic Inn inn was notified by Mi Blue that until the nil el nature nf his l uberculosls vaccine and the meth. ml of application had been revealed, iind the claims made for It substan tiated by official tests, a license for its sale 111 inter-slate commerce could not be granted. IMi. I'ltll lM V Wil l, LOOK AITi:i: t.O KltVMI T IVM'IKVtN Providence, It. L. April IB. Dr. Frio, I, -rich F. I-Tlcdnuinn, who whs In Providence tonight demonstrating his vaccine, said he intended to return to New York the latter part of the week to look after the patients he has Heated there. Fl'olll New York he will go to Montreal for the same pur pose. The Herman physician made that a 1 1 noil iii-ein en I before learning of the letter addressed to him by Mr. John F. Aiobrson. chairman of th' board appointed by the public health ser vice, to Inquire into the efficacy of the a lb ge, re m eii v , Mr, Fiiediiiaiin was busy tonight taking care of private patients, who 1 1 : i 1 flocked here la lHlge numbers l i i m i many sections of the country. WOMAN GETS FOUR OFFICES AT 0NCF I 'oloi ailo Oft v. Colo , April I 5. By v lit in- of the adoption of mi amend mem to the illy charier In todav s election, Mrs, May Ammerman was elected police magistrate, city clerk, city auditor ami citv treasurer of Colorado ( 'ity. Mrs' Ammonium otiK I n it 1 1 - was a candidate for the. office of city clerk, but Hie alllendlllellt adopt ed giv es her the lalditloiril of'f'li es. J. M. Faulkner was elected mayor. Wlialcv Noniiiiaicil for ingiv-.. I 'liarlesloii, S. ( '., April I - I'racli inlly complete returns from today's deiiioi ratio primary 111 the Fir-I South 'ai'ollna congressional district Indi ate Hie nomination l K S. Whalcv. f I'll, H Ii .'toll. to SU, Cecil the lale Cong I , ssma II l.i org,' ,s. I. eg. ire. Cooiiiis-loii I oioi for .lfrfj- llv. .lei sey City, .V ,1. April li. Jersey City, whh h voted today lo adopt .1, oouyoisslon folio ol government, i Ho- first huge municipality tn the cast to adopt this form of government.