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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVIII, No. 18. ALBUQLERQ'JE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL 115, 1913, lly .Mall, AO Cent Month: Mnglf Fopleo, A I out. l I ai rier, 110 (cnls Moiiih, REBELLION RAPID HEIDI T Overthrow of Huoita Govern ment Expected to Occur at " Eat ly Date; Pessimism'ir. Of ficial and Unofficial Circles, FINANCIAL SITUATION BECOMES DESPERATE, roreicners and VVcll-to-Doi Natives Leave Countty by Steamer Loads in Anticipa- of Anarchy, (It, Morning Journal hie.l,tl Ij-iihuI Wire) Mexico I'ity. April I T. Fndisgiiised n'sinilsiii Is manifested in tin- eapital !, tn the future of tin. I Ind ia gnlctn- iii nt. In neither "fin i- '"' mu.ffii-liil , h oles are the stateim Ills i'f il'iid'al luili,UC ltil''Hiill. commander nf the S,,nnra Insurgents, an.l Veil list ia mi i'ai i an'.a. .-t!iivn ii"r el' Coahuila, nl lh,. probable oveithruvv uf lluerta longer llclided. WillV ml i seeptiiill, the , i. usual, i. is aver that I'm' nnlv Impc ,,l salvation lies in Hie flutaiinil i.f a I. .all. Pliieticallv all i hat nnii-i ei umiil inn ailniillislratinn lnnl.es 'hie hanks I'litilinn gov el n minis finale f Iheni a.lmit ,,f III,' pl'i-si'llt this very ihiul't- refl.-et the il difficulties llltr ,'Xel pt at mi l cha ills ale :,n, I refuse tn Sell ex .Ii. , A.irl.itant rates, whil raising their prii tiMi'iie,' between currency. Then' to l.alallce tile hf 'icall Hllll fol'eitin no fix-d rate ol M cx.'h.uiue. Hauliers arc sollini; piae tically as brokers and ale ehaiKiir-' tivored small hiivcrs ns low as :''!". while ileiiiaiidiim from heaver pur chasers us hk'h as 2"i0. That the rebels in ihe mirth rapidly ate extctiilini; their lilies is indi( iled hi the isolation today ot Moiitei ' and S.iltillo, the capitals respectively of N'lievo I.eon mid I'oahnila. by the iiiltinK of the rail!',,:,,! nt lanales be tween .Monterey nd Taillpieu and the main line nf the Naliniial railroad h,.- i: San I ' .si m.,.1 .-!. I. mares is reported In he occllpicl bv the rebels. The suspension of railway traffic has d( flci ted the passi io;er business from abroad to Vein i "rnz and Tam pa o, chietly to the former. The Alex lean railway is riiiinimi trains in two section;- to ac( (,uinii"late traffic. The Ward line steamer which sailed today from Vera t'rur. was crovvab d to overflowing. Some nf Ihe wealthy tiavclers had tn coiit.ni theinselves with quarters on the Honrs of the unnkinK room, w hile others only could I'e accommodated in ihe m (Hid cab in, althoiiKh they paid first-class pass age. .Many foreinners ale leaving the, country. In fear that anari by will follow- the revolution. i The Kuverniiient Is usiiiu every ef-I but to resist the advance of the rob-j els, but the extraordinary rapid ! jU'owth of the rebellion has brought tile central govcrnnienl fa, c to fin e with the most serious shannon which it has been culled upon to meet. H has not been found possible to des patch any Ki'ent number of troops to Ihe northwest. Chihuahua is inade 'luat.'ly defended, ('onhtiila, except ill the extreme south, practically has been abandoned. The state of Niievn been is protected only at the cities aloiitf the railroad and there ale none loo miiny troops in TamaiiliiniK. The rebels practically are in con trol of the northern frontier. Cari'iin zi and other insuiKent leaders are ilemonstratinff that they are workinff in complete necord. Columns arc moving eastward and westward from Cuirana's command to effect junc tions. Jt is believed here that Ceneral Tiucy Atlbert, the ledcial commander, is in Some danger of beiliK cut off at points which he is iiltemplinK to hold nl'inn the National railroad. It would 'aiise no surprise if "Hacked. The slate is overrun by rebels In the south, w In r the problem had be Zapata brothers, the rebels has increased of the Hoverniiiclit ntel'ey were ImraiiKo nl.-io it was believed rn limited to the strennlh of Ihe iiieatlv and Ihat correspondingly ih'feetion of the diminished by tin 'urales tinder the I'iKUei'oa brothers. A new revolt under Jesus Saluado has a bin following in the state of ucrrero. Salsado had been counted upon to surrender. The government has sent into the south about J.fiOO men. hut no active cnnipaiHu against the iipa tas has yet hcuiin, possibly uwin to Hie efforts which are bein made to obtain the release of I'asciial ( M ozco, Sr., now ir prisoner in the hands of ''iniliano Zapata. It is assumed that be inauRuration of a campaign UKainst these forces would be the sig nal for his execution. Tacambaro, in the state of Miehoa eini, has been sacked by Certrudio Sineliez. the federal uarrison retirinu. Sanchez formerly was eoiiiniaiiilant "f the rurales, mid with his insurgent command has been operating in Ihe state of Guerrero. Tacambaro is 114 miles to the southwest of Morclos. The government's civinpainn in th state of Morclos has been inaimurat ed by the dissolution of the leuisln ture and the arrest of Governor To .1onar, all the members of the h-K if lature and the city officials, who have been I roiiKht on a military train to the rapital and plaied .,t the disposi tion of the military authorities. General Robnles. who made the ar rests has installed himself as military t'ov ernor. The charges aninst tho prisoners are to the effect that they "re in rebellion and in leasue with Zapata. At- the opening of the legis lature the governor's message was read. In this he declared that he would resent any inf rineement on the state's rictus by the central govern ment. The message was approved by the legislature and General Hoblcs HBOUGHOUT MEXICO tn President it (liHI,lltti,'!l U'di l -I'll I. i-i;omii:t ami itu vs m i 1 M)lt ft.iiill.illtii KWsoM l:i I'HMo, Tex., April 17 J. S. Dollgl.lS Hllll S. V. Apph'VV liltn, re spectively president Mini sin i tan i'l the 1 ' li. i n, 'it Consolidated I ' 1 1 ' I company, hi,' hi'lil for ransom In Alcv- l,',l, SUV private llilvll II I I'lCIl I'd III T'c lohigllt. TlleV llll' Captives (,f either instilment t-t;i t (mops in' striking I i 11 - I'M nf Cnlcini',1, llll Atlii'l'ii'illl 1 1 1 1 II -lllg it llll S 1 1 , i ' 1 1 1 II U center below till' AiT.niin border. The ransom dotnniul I'll Ih Willi tn In' $.,1111,111111, Douglas l'i' rt'titly was made president ninl gCII Clul lllun.lglT of til,' II 111 III i . II, is II Hull lit 111- .1:1 llll'M DollgklS, head uf thi' Phelps-1 lodge interests In An smna. Tile reported holding fur ransom nf 1 , , u u I , i s ninl A pphw lilt,- nt fiiiiiiiii'ii was il, ninl I. it,- tonight lure, nt Doic: Iiih .mil ,il Nuoo, Ariz., Iiy fl ui.'i !m ol the Fl Paso - Southwestern system, (if I 111' Pllelps-I lodge lilt, 'rests. It Was declared til. It the minim; officials tide in it detained at Cnnatica. s ,ii av itmiM.i: ih.mi:om:i itv itiiiu i s Aloiiteiev. Mx April IT.- 'I'll,- San .In. in bridge near '. inn res has been de stroyed , tile Curranza relii'ls, This hedge was the liirm-l in northern Mi xic. It spanned lli,' San Juan fixer ii nil Ms d, "Unction will st,,, traf fic f.ir Mime time. I'Ydi-rals attai kid til.' rebels 111 tile lew II nl' Hall .In n. .mil 111 tile engagement twenty loin-Is hit,' killed. The tnilin body it 1 1 e:i t , ,1. STOHV OF MI I!H's lll lll I'dl! KWMIM 111 A 1 1 I). llisl , r ... April IT. A iins-agc received here tonight ft'nlll I I, ',,11;,' Jiiy. of .Naeu. Ariz , agent for .1. S. I liillKlilS, president uf tile I'llllllllell Consolidated Copper cotiip.tn.i, !' elai',',1 there was absolutely no triilii in the I'i'port that Ml. I glus anil vS. W. Applewhite, s,', retail nf 111" copper company, w, tv helim h, 1,1 im ransom in .Mt-xleo. .Mr. .lai's infmnia tion. it w ,s siati',1, a has,-, I mi w.H'l ,1 ci,il (lirei't fliini I'anaiiia, Soaora. 0cr Distance of More Than Fifty Miles Executions Have Been Numerous by Federals and Constitutionalists, ( ll Miiiuiiitt .loiirtial spo-inl I-i'-.immI Wirf.l i:i I'iso, Tex., April IT. --Men's bodbs haiiK from nearly every tele graph pole over fifty miles of tin Mixican Central ralway below Chi huahua City, reported r, f up.ees a i riv -im; here tonight. Iloth the federals and constitutionalists are said to have participated in the execution of prisoners, seiiieleil by this public dis play of cadavers. In a (piarrcl ovi r the disposition of silver bullion robbed from a train In -t week. .1 mi n Hozal, a former (Iroz.eo chief, was executed bv order of l'an i Im Villa, whose lin n held up the train west of chihuahua City. Iiozal had joined Villa ill an expedition against lh( federals. From the Casus Grandes district come reports of mutinies against the lliieita government. Francisco I'or till,, and Maximo Castillo, with small SToiips of men, have deserted to the insurgent side. As lar as is known, General Inez Sah'zar is keeping; his agreement with Genital llucrta. All federal regulars have been removed from the district, where extensive American lumbering interests are lo cated. With the insurgents letainiiiL' Simla Kosalia. and .liniiiiez. no word has been received from Ihe foreign min ing district of I'.U'ial, which, aside from Chihuahua I'hv, contains the largest federal force in the slate. I'ar rnl h mi the state capital both are cut off liorn coiiiniimieatii.n bv wire or rail with the interior. I'KISOM HS Kl l I A1"! I itv ; iti!i.ovs oi;ii:i;s. Washington. April IT. Secretary Garrison issued orders today for the release of the Mexican soldiers and Viniiii Indians who have been Meld in American army camps at ogales and Xaco Ariz, since their flight across the .Mexican border int" this country. Their release is conditional upon their return to Mexico. They may choose their individual destinations. They may affiliate either with the federal or rebel cause as they see fit. 'I'lie I'nit.-d Statis still holds the arm which the Mexicans laid down when they surrendered to the American border troops. The federal aims will be turned over to Mexican consuls. WAKKAXT issl l l roll .i:m;i:ai. on. sv I.os Angeles'. April IT.- A warrant was issued here pa'av Immmc I as cual orozco, III., with having passed .. ,. ,i..i,u . i while a guest at a local hotel. The young' M claimed to be the son ( iro.co and a giandson I'asciial I irozeo, was ill th i, who . in nil 'olonel about I,, .mid in thf .order. . itv two weeks ago and sunt m for Mexico to take up arm ,, l .. n,ii- pi.iiiL. on oil til' The check in ipieslion vv.o a San Francisco bank an payment for a ticket to do. about twenty miles Iro Iraivn on given in Kernn n t his city. POWERS TO MAKE BIG LOAN TO MONTENEGRO London. April IT The ial .conference Was in pr sion today. It is undcrsloc llllbal i.b.r- d l 1 1 ,t it W.lS 1...III of agreed to offer Montenegr $tl,(i()0,iiim. guaranteed bv powers at a solatium f"i the SlX the loss of the Fxpre? Montenegro trn.. ps from ,. concedes Scutari. A Cettinje despatch to says it Is understood that Is ready to withdraw her ...fi i,roi'wl,.rl Fairol certain' territory and guarantees that Scutari will not be fortified. ill", 1 1,', i (h, Hllcltn who and til,' unci BODIES 10 FROM i TELEGRAPH POLES i IN MEXICO ATTACK Oil TARIFF BILL PLANNED 01 LEADERS Demand Made for Public Heat ings by Senate Finance Committee is Rejected by Dcmociatic Majoiity, HOUSE CAUCUS HOLDS ANIMATED SESSION Wool Schedule Fully Sustained as Aie All Other Piovibions of Measuie Taken Hp Li Consideration, l My Morning .Itinriiiil Sii'.,d ItiimcI Hiir.) Wushlngtnn, April IT. --The demo cratic tat nf revision bill cam,, in lor It" lll'sl attack in Hie senate t,, I. IV, and the skirmish outlined the scope and vigor ol the fight that will be made against it by i epiibli, all I'm , , s when tariff dis, usslon hegins in lb" two houses. Hacked ,v rcipiests II 'HI many intcicsls tor hearings on e, H un sictioiis of the Fluid w I bid. n- P ill. Hi an senators made a deuianl upon members of Ihe finance com mittee for hearings, ami openly a! ta, kd the "M'cri-l ' legislation" now going nil in tile deltlnelalic (aliens of house uieliibels. 1 II Inn, rat ie senators who replied I 1 the attack made it (leaf that Hie fi nance comiuilii'o doe, not plan t ' giant any public hearings. Scnatni i Williams and Stone insisted full hear ings had been given by the house committee bet,, re Hie bill was prepar ed, while republican sciiatois de, -lurid 111. it these hearings had been of little value, because the rates of the I iideivv-iod bill were not then known. ilh many com(,laints nn, objec ti. n before them, republican iiioni b, is of the senate are preparing for a general attack on all schedules ot the bill. Senator Smoot has put Ivvo experts at wm k to analvze Ihe Fieb r wood I ill ami previous nn iisur, s, to give the prnte, II, mists a basis for their tight. I'tln-r republicans who claim that important industries would be wiped out by the Fliderwuod bill, will insist Ihat busine nun and inhering men should have healings before the new bill is passed. The democratic house worked over Hi,. I n, Id wood bill thioiighoiit the ,lnv, upholding Hie democratic house leaders and President Wilson upon ail Contested points. The woolen s. lled nlc was unib-r file throughout the iluv's session. Attempts to nut ready made clothing on ihe free list, ami to alter other rales in the bill, were dc- li'llted. Fate in tin' day, arid- the wool schedule had been approved without change, the caucus disposed in short order ,,f ihe silk, pulp and paper sehediil', voting down all proposed amendments. The free list was under consideration when the democrats ad journed until tomorrow. Ucproseiitativo I iideiwood admit ted during Hie wool Schedule discus sion thai the proposed rates might have serious (fleet upon some manu facturers. Kepleselllalive liltlhlbk, of Ohio, moved to place ma nufaet ured wool and clothing on the free list in stead of being dutiable lit :!.', lid' cell, ad valorem, 'i he amendment was vol. ed down, S to '.ill. Ki'presentativ. Hathriek's motion to reduce the duly on rciidy-made clothing to I'llb-cn per cent u'so was lost. Kcpreseiitaiiv c Decker of Missouri, ciitlcised the ways and means com mittee and other tnemoers of the h( use, declaring that new liu-n were not givtn opportunity to express their view s. Cepreseiitallv e Thomas of Kentucky, replied Hint new members, if they had superior knowledge about tariff rates should come forth Willi their information rather than criti cise the collimiHec. Commending president Wilson for his pan in the making of the lalilf bill. Mr. Thomas said: 'This city has been besieged by lobbyists, corporation lavvvcis ami manufacturers who came here telling this committee what tln-V thought ought to be done with Hie tariff. Members of igrcss have told Ihe committee what they thought. I wanr .i say to von that the .resident of tlx Fnited Slab's has just as much rmht as any other citizen to tell what h" Ihlnks, and out of 'I,1'11" items, he only expressed his opinion on iwo, in the iiiiln and ' pap' Sclledllb I?..,.re .ntntivo (I'i.caiy of New York. wanted In increase tn r-lte of fitted! i, er cent on iiirtnr aleildills books, pamphlets, engravings and etchings to J.", per cent, but his elforts were futile and the entire schedule was ap proved as submitted by tho commit- " When the free list was reached, Ihe attendance of the caucus had dwindl ed to n few members. An amendment proposed bv liepresentative P.artlctt of Georgia, placing phosphoric acid on the free list, was passed with but little opposition. The cominill.e had fixed the duty of two cents a pound. tepres( ntativc Hai tlett argued that phosphoric acid was use, in the prep aration of fertilizer and to tax it would raise the price of fertilizer to the farmer. This was the seend change in the bill since the caucus began its consideration a week ago, shoe inn chinerv tuning been the other item. The' caucus Hill complete the free list discussion cariy tomorrow and then take up the income tax. It will finish the bill Ibis week and probably will report it to the house next .Mon day. Anniversary of Strike OI,-crvcil. Mona, Feigiimi, April IT. Manifes tations were held throughout the dis trict of I.e Forinage, the coal mining center, today to commemorate the troubles of 1 ", when a grent con' strike followed the rejection by the chamber at llrussels of the proposals for manhood suffrage. REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT SUITABLE MEN SHOWS MARKED FOR FOREIGN IMPROVEMENT POSITIONS IS CLAIM Geo i ac W, Guthlie Slated foi Ambassadoi to Japan and ChailesR, Cianeof Chirac for Post at St, Peteishui:',, NO REPRESENTATIVE FOR MEXICO JUST NOW Lai? Andeison Calls at White House to Adise Mr, Wilson That He Wishes to Diplomatic Soiucc. Illy Miirlilnii Juiirnjil ii'i Ial I iMtr,l W Irr I 'Washington, April IT.-Geoige W Guthrie, ol Peiiii.-v Iv. iiiiii. for am bassador to Japan: I'll, nles lb Ciane, of Chicago, lor aiiib.t-.s.til"r to IJns sia ; Fti ddii-k '. !' nlnld. of IVntisi I vania, Inr niinisli r In Spain These Selc. Hons h ive 1 11 d' tel - niined upon by Pi, iib-nt Wilson, al though Ihe iiomiii.it mils pi,,.,il.lv will Hot be Sdll to the s, ii. ile for al least Week ! Mr, Guthrie. .,i ilv in:iv,,r of Fittsbiit g h. nn, I now (I, mo, i.iii.- stain chairman of Pen lis v 1 1 a uia, d igma Ilv was slated for the a in La -: doish I p to ! p, ,at ore is ix ilci-r.c. The Impiove Mexlco, but il now seems Pi 1,1,1 ''b' no m m the bi on, lnal svmploios inn that no new r,pii - nl.it iv e will be ; ( f u ui, sent to .Mexico City ,,r suine tune,! 'i'lie' pope ,l,elaed ca I b P'.lav that although It Is pr.oti.aiu- certain Hint., ..I, i,,.,!,,, (ban at am nine since Henry j Wilson w,ll not be retain- ed. To send a new ambassador to Mex ico lit present Would be to recognize the Illicit. i gov i i iiiiii ill. a situation which the Fllile.1 Stales Is not .Vet ready to meet. Mr. Guthrie Is legurded lis particu larly filled til lake 1 1 1 tile .lap.lllo'i posl, where pending illcsliollH over California alien land legislation give promise of important diplomatic In terchange!, between Tokm and Wash ington in the near future. I.arz Anderson, the present ambas sador to Japan, home on leave, called on President Wils.ui today to pay his respects and tell him he did not ih -sue lo return, Mr, Pciifiehl, wlio Is slated to be minister at Madrid, has had experi ence in the 1', i..gli si 1 V i.e. ha i ill" been stationed al London in IXX.,, as vice coiinsul general and later diplo matic agent and consul general to., Fgvpt with rank of minister resident.:,. lie has taken an active inb rest in in ternational polities and bus I n dec oral, , I with various foreign outers, lie has traveled extensively in India, China and Japan and Ihe Sinz. le gion. Air. Crane, it was saui al Ihe While House today, can go lo St. Pet ersburg, If lie desires. Among President Wilson's ttmtiina tiollM Sent to the sepate today are: To the Fnited Slates hoard of gener al appraisers, .h rrv lb Sullivan. Iowa. Appraiser of customs al Philadel phia, William W. Koper. Auditor for the interior depart ment. Hubert W. Woosli v, Virginia. Collector of internal revenue, Her bert II. .Malison, Second district, Wis consin, Assistant secretary nf war, Henry C. I Ireckenridge, Lexington, Kv. Judge of the district court of Alas ka, Division No. 1, Ibil.ei'i W, Jen nings, Alaska. Frilled States district attorney for the district nf Oregon, Clan-ni e L. ICenmcS. Fnited Stales marshal, east, rn dis trict of Texas, I!. F. Sherri II. Director of the census, William ,1. Harris, Georgia. Register of Hie land office at Kali Spell, Mont.. Flank o. Williams. Register of land office at Santa Fe, X. Al., Francisco Dclgado, Itcciilder n I the general land of lieo, Lucius Lamar. ileceiver of public monies al Cheyenne, Win, Luke Vouchees. Assistant attorney general of Hie Fnited Slab s In fore the court of claims. Samuel Houston Thompson. Jr., Denver. .8' ELECTED HEAD OF DIR. New York Woman Lacks Only Nine Votes on Second Bal lot of Being Chosen Pi evi dent General of Order, ( lly Morning Journal im-Ih1 IiiwciI Win.) Washington, April 17. Mrs. Wil liam Ciinimiiigs Story of New V'oik. head of the con-erv ativ e pally, failed by nine voles of the mali.rili neces sary to elect lu r presiibTii general of the society of the Daughters of the American Lev olutlon, on the so, ond ballot, which began today and ( los, d lale tonight. The vole stood, Mrs. William Cummliigs Sloiv .",711. Airs. John Miller Morion (adminis tration candid. lie , at.'. .Mrs. Charles I!. I'.ryan, 4 7,, Anotlur ballot will begin when the continental congress U'o.iivi-iii s to morrow. Xdie of the eandiilales for the sev en vice presidents general to be elect ed received the necessary majorities, and they loo will have to be hullolteil upon again tomorrow. It was agreed to have the third bal lot begin at I'l a. in. tomorrow and close nt 7, p, m. At a late hour there was no inti mation as to whether Mrs. Ill' van would withdraw from the lace. MRS iORY NEARLY FINDS'POPE'S CONDITION1 i i Phvsicians Repoit M It.ili.i; Ooait No Possibility L ists by Which Accui.ito diction Can be Made, PRESENT RECOVERY LIABLE TO RELAPSE loly fallioi Attaches I inr Sigiatmo to Many Otib i.i Documents and Gets Out c Bed Without Assistant e. llll Vloiniliii .l,.,,r,,.,l ,,imI,iI leiM-d Wind Home, April I ,. Medl, al M- ill and Niioiig vibiliiv have idiil. in,-, I tn bung about a , hangc for the belter in lb" , In 11,(1 ot Pope Phis. Tin- o Ha ml lu lb t ni issued iii, I. iv t ,-liev id pi i "i nt anxiety but tloie ale smne who an' sk, pto ., and tear a tliiid n laps. , ow -nig to the g, m i n I w en ktu ss ol the polllllf all.l be, a use Ile is im lllH ,1 t ,C.ob. V the Old. IS ot tile II t I . Ildlll I plivsu i.ins. The bulb tin is-u,-,i in n I k lolllglll I i id'1 i "His llolliie-s passed a good day , llllt ,.N,.. Tins i v einng Ins, I in his 1 1 1 st 1 1 la ps, . I lie, sin, P'"n mi. into the ( h.imher iibpclb ! bun t" lei,. Ins bed, vv hi' ll be did w illuuit as. ct.ui, ,-. ( 'II sin ll I" CItBli'lls. II Is the pope's (UStolll lo (ltd. I Ills It 1 1 ' Tld- niits out of the room and they n liic tanllv obey li i in : bid llu V wall b. un , , I ., i v i d , through the half op. n il""i', leai nig an in ' ub ub Cardinal Mini I'd Val, the papil s, , , Ial V of state, visit, il Ihe pope to on In iiiiii having Ill-si obtained l"'r ,,,,!.', IK nil Ihe din tolS, submitted lor his signaliiie sevdal deer ill Haul oil' stldis of I'll nl , h. nuclei. P"l"' PIUS Sigll' d tlli'ln, and his hand willing was to III a'"1 ch ar and showed im i hang.- from his w t iling Is lure Ins iliin-ss. i'l... .1... ,. . oic i I'll i.l III llallall gold mucin III the lllllcSS ol 111.' pop" was bianilct. d to.hi.v wln u a i"!"'-1 III. I, In I.i those III I lialg i" I,, i a stall no Til regal il illg Ul1' piugiiusis. 'Ibis was lint Willi lb" dei larntlnn that ll was pl'.n Ilea Iiy lmp,.sMl,e to S-IV Win llll I' the polllll Would recover, but l.l.ll ll lo- mil. Id cumlilidi heleoM, I might be ' Med I'l l ( III THUS. 'l H , s.- P.el lite, I'I'I.V m walling t the dnWagel qui ell .Mill g III III 11. ,.t to the nil this all' ITiniill While .he I- -Mel I'olll Alnt.Slgllol Ill n ,, ta la d ml ol ninl ion m ' ' ptl.gl.S;-! Id the CU, , I mo I 11,1 . V in Ihe name 01 se nuisl l lll in st Wishes Inr his I ci ovi iv die brougbl. The relations between the linlllbils ,,l the buns, ul Mi") and Cni.biini -Sarin Indole he was llu led pullllll ulvvuvs vv..e nl th- most cuiibnl. W Inn King ll'iinl'i 1 1 and iuei li Aim - ghelila MMted Venice III H.I. Patll- nn li s.rtoii applied I" Koine l"l lu st nn -I inns. I ii 1(1 i JIM 1 Kalllpoll.l, Ihv 11 papal seclelalv of hull, answering, suggested thai be leave Venice. but 1,1 i the decision III 'he Ji.ll I i.l I 1 1 . Caiilinnl Snilo vi ll'-d the sow idgn" nil, I Invited them to the pu 1 on li uu i w here he sut between Hutu Alter a ,,, an King ll'ilne'lt SlllllllltO.V asked. "Uhul would Home say II Foiin' could see us'.'" I,, aliswel. the paliiarch hand, d him Pumpnba's I' ltd' t" lend. I bcu he added . "Hut In 'i ni, ' I aiu mad' r. Many animals, bign pi' lal.s, iiiein heis ot the nristu, racy and III- giaml mast.-r of the Knigliis nt Alalia nl o I , Ilic V nil lo make iii'i'in- ,l slewed n il. I at Hi" 1 1, l a hn- I ( pol IS. Ill- Vlllici visited I patienl l."' lolllglll and administered lemcon s .o. ,, i-.uigi, ami ' hioi.il l"i' I' sil' ss ness, alter vv Im b llu puiiiill vv . nl ll, nll.v n si, , p. in s ol no' official report". ,h,lc are lipolls eliiillin.tlllg llulll ,,,, ,- .sonic, s Ihat lb" pol"' is Slll- fcriiig fi iiii. aitdio sd'Tosis i. ml a vaiTely i.l other discuses, bid the ! t, rs ( iiiphali. ally ,p ny Ibis, and ui - , Ial,. thai these repull eoiiipiir- ,,l,l,. mih lb" sIuit.'S III iiciilnlmu lh.,1 Canlinal on-glla, 'lean of Ihe acre, I college, has claimed Ih" I'l b ib 1 - ,. , nloM-,1 Since tin- .Middle Age." by (h,. . in ilino 1st of assisting the (miititl I,, iiis b, ili uum w Iii li seriously ill. and I hat I 'nliblial S iv i s y Tulo bad V Isit- ed Pope pius and cniuplleo on' i"- llgio'lS Wll I. No such privileges have ud as I it 1(1 1 nn I I ll ( Kim is ,-, n lined in hi- apartment by gout and b, ,11 i uidiiinl Vivcs y 'into Is scvereiv. n . -fe, ted bv cerebral anaemia. Manv remedies have been ici'ivid t the Vatican, and the pope has been ..specially touched bv tile I In i ugh I In I iu sm of a Vein Han , ha I u .a dst who in tend. -d to Ihe need-, of Ihe Patilaich Sarin bi v'enice. Me sdit a prepara tion nf his own manulai till'" w li u 11 Al archia fa vii nller aiu'lvsis approved and ires,ribed. GREEK AVIATOR FAL LS 2,000 FF.ET Tf J DEATH Salonil i, April IT. Lb uti mini Argh' iiupnloiis, a Giei k iciator, nmi a pic-n iiger, Const iniums .Malms, a noted i n tan chief. r- killed toduv hi the fall of an aeroplane from ll heigin oi I" SiiHriH.elle Would Itiiru Nevcpltpcr. Liuidon. Apnl 1 7. A militant suf fragelli' dol t" Dill n Ihe offii "'S nf Ihe Standard in w-paper has been nveal ed to S. ollalld Vanl. The poll, e have taken sliingenl pn u i.l, i incisures INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OMF lit NGFR S1RIKI I 'cm er A pi .1 t . . The I on.;, i h 1 1 Ik, In. h vv ii I-. i: -.ii tin t v i n lit II. 'UI" il.o la Mill el the Olll lUll'll,.l III. lll'-ll l.ll o k , s ol I lie V nl Id W II ' ,11 ,' III 1,1 I III this , til , l,., l , .nn- lit a I s upper I line, The pi nolo-l s w ell I u ll Inn, I I I lor '.IX in . a Is a 11,1 ill SI. p I " i p. inr hi pi a. 1 1. a lh all d t Ii, in Ii II. .nil, ed llli lr strike ni l. ellietH and ,.,i mm. In, noil- Ii e I lie , r, a, I a lid w iter win, Ii hid I,, en pl.t, e, li Ime I In Ill I'V tin 1,1 III I " lmnicili.il, Iv iili, I the Mi ike had 1 . n i all. d oil, i hi. . ,.t p.. in , i i'i i l ami. mil. c,l t ll ll He , u nl II pi is, ,11 lai, would ! s, r ed I he I ndtisii ml V cl k, 1 s III I he t ul 111 , I In v ale hitman, ' In- "aid l.uugbl , , v eti ll I lit V in i bum a lid 1 1 " I b Ii - iu.ik. l-. VV , have , ,l lb, in ndhlllg but In, id Hid W llel sue e I III lc ntlei-t M. ,i,l.i v lllgbl III ol ,b l (o t, a, h III. m thai tin , i allllo , oliio Inln I n III it and I lilt Ihe pull, e ill pat tllldll A bile 111, l ale l, I , I hi V ale going 1,1 b, lla V .. Hi, ins. b i s ,., again ,el I iie il mi ban. I of I In- law " SUGAR ME N BEGIN 10 CUT EXPENSES P, II' ., 1 'eh. V pi ll IT, ll I l I -ll (' know I! In I i tod. n lh al '.lipel lllldl ,, ills ,. lh. Aim I i( ail lie. I Small i ,. iiil.ani I , illi-l l. s al Ibis , Ilv . SI, I 1 I,.., ,, ,,.l loll Molt ill ll.il, I. I CIV ed ,,i I, i to i ill all appro! I iallolis m. ob :l Die Mai ell III, , ling "t Ho board : . p, t lower than Hn ' 1 M fix ill al I II. 1 1 lime II was i.i ' make illlpl o , mcllts I., 1 ll, oil III ul lllll.li II Hie Hill c pi nils The pi ,.,e-c,l I II III' nil sll'.-ar Is giv , 11 a the I, us. 01 fie III, I'edlli tloll In a e pi ,, pi la t Ions, ll l said. Naval Inipill'V l Ordcrcil. W,i-hingioii. Apnl I T --A' Hon U all, g il s of iili dill 'led m ill nl 111" San 1 rain inn naval station thai tilde was w id. spread use id cm nine iimoiig t ,. en l ted l, I solllll I Hid e, Sei l c tai l Daub Is lod. i duel led a s. .in li nn: 1 1 1 v e . 1 1 g a 1 1 1 1 n bv a ( inn I of in I t' 1 1 v . CRIMES William Bi Jenninus, Con demned to Penitentiary fm L ife, I ells of Other Lives Taken by Him in Cold Blood, ,11, Vlnrnlmi .loiirtiiil St'('liil l.i I '") lluvion, April I T I kib"d Alll- dled I urn. That was nnlv die " main' numlds Unit I euiuiiiilted. Thai U all I have lo sav. What do oil think of that '.'" his confes'ioll WHS lltleled ll'llll the dock III Hie Sllperlnr I rl III I llll I court , lav I, i William P. JdilllllUS, known in Ihe pii'e ling as "Young Kid Km li i ' bi d nller he had I n found giiillv of killing William II. Alephei son, a baiteiiib r, on New Veal's (lav, lillil nmi had been sentenc ed lo Imprisonment for life. In hoaxiing of Ihe success which In had i v ii rieiici d In ( Vadlng punish ment for his deeds, the prisoner said. "It was late III HUH thai I b.-nl the cops al In Ir own game In Jackson, .Mull, ,M pal, licit Smith, was found gllllly of llllllib r In Hie secolld de gree,' but I Rut I. Ill of il. Leave ll to in.-, I wan Mixed up 111 I'd" "f oHii'l murders, Out they wen- In the west ern pill ,il the i oiinliy wheic thev linVe no eb'Vlric ihair and I i-m - a I b ,iv that m, limn was Im in; ill Id any of Hie CI lllH I eiilllllllt led, "I ,;u e the blame for III! llll tnul hies With III, police. Wll'll I W II M a little kid they iueiM-d im- up wilhuiil am- neMiii, put me in a cell and beat me. Tin i did It main tunes. If I had been used all 10' lit w In ll I vv as oil UK, would he all right Indav," of Airs. Mildred Dniioian of Ib' vcre, whii out ib nth New Year's eve, .Iciiiihigs raid he invited her for a walk and, near Holv Cress ceniclerv, in Mabbii, sliaiigbd her. Del bmly was f, mud the next day. 1. 1 1 led In i been us,- I was a I'm id she would ti'iiieal about some of my i l lines." Jennings declared. ,Vb I'heison was shot bv Jeiitiing" In a bin room hiawl in a South end sa loon. This 'lappdll-il on New Vial's at lei-muni. AloPhoisoii a, ml i.. he roic be died Hint he It lie w of no 1 . a son for Ihe shooting. Jennings himself gave no reason for the killing iiuti ly sav lug ' I pint had mm del In my In n rl 'I lie pl'isolll I S del la I al lull III I he euiiit room was not made until sen tence bad be, ii pronounced. Just as Ihe ll, Ice Was about I lid' Court 1 1 i " n i i ed , Jennings lose in Ihe dock had pun i eil. il . alnily wilh his "U fessioii. In th, detention room later, Jen nings tallied In I. pol I, IS. "I killed Applied Donovan," he said, "I rimless tins lo save tiumcnl par tics. She died i nsy . I i boked in r for eighteen llllllllles, plessillg both HIV thumbs bib, In i mi'iilli. Mililied di' d at cvactli ,,', lock. I know thai, because the bells III Hie town i lock "li the siiiiuro struck x o'elo, Ii live min utes nil, r she stopped si u ll m i n g Af ter lu r deal h, I w a , gelling t o.ulv In make mv gebittili. See Ibis I.i I II coal . bought it Ihe in vl mui nlng fur a disguise. See this l,l..o,l, hole and here and here. I had this coal on when I slid M. I'heison, That is Mi Phd son's blood, I was bet about ready to gel out of town wlnu I shut him. put tlu re w as murder in mv heart " J. linings said Jo- was resigned In his fale. "I am willing lo bike nnv thing llu i giv ' tue. ev en the chair I do lud fear I be ' ha Ii . I ha v e plav cl mi- cnnls In luck until today. uw I played I be al one. I never did a da v's work In mv- tile," I ,isl i id Alloi nev 1 1 igglns. of M id dies, x i -1 , 1 1 i 1 1 v , In w hose pu Is, in t ion the Donovan murder mc'iiieii, sum li.iilcht ".(niilng"' eoiib "slim is not news to us. The li..ii""( into the ibaih of Mrs. Donovan showed that Jennings was respoiisiblw for her end. We have be, n (t illing for a stiiteincnl from him." MURDERER BOASTS OP ATROCIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF MARTIN PROM LONDON NEAR SOLUTION Allee.ali.in Made Ihat Waie house Receipts for Five Han dled Bales of Cotton Used foi t can Were Foi.eeiies. NEW YORK BANK MADE ADVANCE TO BROKER Suit iii Ohaneoiy Cmiit Recites Chare.es and Asks Garnish ment Against Estate in Which He Was Inteiested, ill Mm nine Jmirniil "hM-i Id I nwil Wlr Memphis. Teinr, Apnl I .- Allega tion , that warehouse icceipts for Mm Labs nf cotton placed as inllatei.il for a loan of I'JO.iuui uiiide la Ihe Mai -tin Phillips company of this dtv. nf w hn h J,,s, pli W MiHTln. iiilisliiH It, nn London. Is president, have been I iimiiieil form-lies by ihe wure- lioiise no li, are made in a bill filed in i halted v laic Indav by attorneys n pi es, tiling the Fourth National bank or New York. Garnishment agam-l an eslale In w libit Alnlllil Is inldi sled Is asked, as well as a lie. dee against the mlsnng man and hD I rolhcr. Fontaine Martin, who, as sec let. II V -lleasilli'l' of the coin l lll, also Inilolseil Ihe Holes. While suit Is direct, . to Ihe trus I , -, m ,,f lh, estate, the t'nloii and Planters' bank of .Memphis, which Is Haul lo hold notes signed or endorsed Ii .1 W. Martin to Ihe ainoiiiit of j al nun a .. is made a defendant. The business of the ( otnpitliv Is lie mi; conliniied under the direction of a n ei lvei. appointed after a wduntiirv peiilinii lu bankruptcy was flb'd sev eral days .tKii, in 'i l "l l i s m it i:i Ol M ltllN TUMI.. Li, inln ll. Apill IT The private (le tcctiviK who are seari hlug for Joseph W. Martin, the American cotton brok er, who dlsappi aietl lu te on April 3, said loilnv that as soon as thin re ceive information for which tlu j have cabled In .Memphis, thev will be Iii a position lo clone up the case. The del((tlves sav thev Sent ip cablegram In Mr. Alnilln's brolher, X. Hill AlalTIn, advising him to llhiui . I , li his eontcuiiibiti'd wiVage on th" steamer t 'ompanbt, which sailed from New Yoik WediieNilay for Liverpool. Ilavin:; lo lliclr own satisfaction eliminated the suggestion of foul pluv. the iiillh,. lilies nf Seotlaiid Yard In dav dei i(b d not to fori e Martin's sal'. dep. it v null. E. II. IYMAN Foi met Stale's Attorney, Who Piosecuted Men Connected with Loiimei Case, Fiies Two Shots Near Ileal t, 7 VM KII S I IIOYI M I I IM HI II l HMS i Chicago, April IT. John K. I W W ijj iiian, former stale's at -1 ..Tii v of Cook 1 1 1 1 li I y and can ' d.dale for Ihe l cpli III ii a ii noml ! mi t ii in for governor al the last primary, who shot himself In his i home here this iifteinoon, died ! t , li 1 1. It ( . I leu ih was iiinsi'il by I lieiiioi rluiges of the lungs. Mr. ! I Waviiian had been sinking stead- I ! Ilv sine,, lh,. slim. ting, I lll.t Vlot-nliiH .lonrnid Swi lnl I .ii Ire, I i'l.l..ii:.i, April IF John F. W Wiivman. former state's attorney tor Cook l ounlv, litcl two bullets Inln Ills body 111 his I oMllh'licc ill ij l) p, ill. Indav, and Is h Illg lit (he point of death. The cause ascribed was a lo tions hroakilow n due lo ill health Waviiiiiii hud hut recently retired IT mil ui'fn e and hud gune ntu a Invv pa 1 1 nei ship with a former assistant. II.. had been conspicuous In Ills term In office In the prosecution of lion in c used of bilbcrv Iii connection with the election of William Foiinier us Fulled Stabs senator, had been m five lit Ihe (lose of Ills i lie II III be ll( y 111 closing the vice disli-lcl lu Chiia;..,, niul had uiideigone a strain in an nn Sllcccusful it n 1 1 oi 1 u u Id' Hie rcpuhll ea n tl, uu III a llu II Ial' get el llnr. For several weeks his phvsicians had warned him that unless he ipilt w oi k inln civ he undoubtedly would die. V. sleldav he sought 11 phvslciali al a hop a ml i , , ni ,-d that advice, lie heciiine greatly dim mil agi al aii'l Hllll o a hospital. lie lei 1 1 , 1 i II ed ,ll Hi" Inst il iilidi bui Im ill s and then went home, where he pas-id a sleep less night. II" arose this innruiiej. hid did not dress. Late (his after ma, n he turned a revolver upon hllll self, sending I wo bullets into his body below the Ileal I, Flfm-ls i, I III,- family to concenl the facts id the albuipled suicide re sulted In the spread of sensational 111111111" that Wavman had been assas sinated hi son,, criminal. The ph.vsli lan,s tonight held out no hopes of Mr. Wayman's recovery. Air. WaMuaii shot himself with nn JOHN SRO FATALLY