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THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. CXXXVIII, No. 19. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1913, lly Mull, 60 Cents a Monlli; slut;! (iIph, .1 Cent. Ilv mrler, till ( chin n Month. TARIFF REVISION BILL-IS RAPIDLY IS Democratic Leader Underwood Predicts Measure Will be Brought Up in House Early Next Week, INCOME TAX PROVISION IS SLIGHTLY AMENDED Republicans May Introduce j Payne-Hill Wool Act Pre sented Two Yeais Ago as Substitute for This Schedule! (Itv Morning .linn-mil Stin-iitl Washington, April IV revision hill, which iii;oli I.i!irtl 11 Irr.l -Tho tariff j rapid pl'iu- less today In tho (h iiioi r.ith' eiiiuus of tho house, was i onsnlcred also hy I a ( nufertilco of tho republicans, whoj IIKl'Cetl til propose il Mil llll llH-ll tH. Drill- J tn-ratie Leader liulervviiod predicted tonight Unit tho hill would hi brought up ill the house in xt Wctliics d.iy. I Jn (lie tleiiioe ratio caucus the vva.vsj and melius commit t - - minority wasl sustained ut every point In a series of j flKllts OVIT proposed IllllcllllllielltS io the. iix'om,. ta, tho only important uhiinKt) being; hy uctiiii J1! cine of tho committee to streliii In n tho provision i xi-mpliim life in.Hul a n. o policies. The $I,H(I0 exemption and uruduuted scheme of ho oino taxation running HI' to 4 or t i nt on I nii.io'ii or more wan totuiiiod intact. Tho house republicans In an open iniitcriinT. omloi s,-il tho proiioMod aliielidmctlt to tho hill Hint would provide for a tariff commission, changed sit as to requir shm to roport aiinuullv until Monday action on the eoiiiuiis aml del', rred a prnpiisillun to introduce as a republicn n amend ment, tho I'ayno-llill wool hill that, was offered two .Mais nun. I Meantime, tin- detune mis or tin' wavs and melius i ommittoe nu t nml unrecil upon a number of minor i iuinucs in thoir hill, which probably Will m: 011111,1 OH. I ! I..", . j root defects disclosed In the caucus pi oocedillKS. I Tho democrats have lo on bombard- od with imiuirics rrnnnlinii a clause' of tho income lax provision Intended ..-ill I I'f. ...... 1 l-,r. I ,,Tl.ll III I'l to ex, nipt life insurance poliolos. To avoid complications, tho caucus. chaliKod t lie liiimuuuc so as tn rend "provided the proceeds ,.r life insur ance policies paid upon tho ihath of tho poison Injured shall not he In cluded lis Incomes." JlepreHeiitatiVf Shirley, of Kentuc ky, proposed tu reduce the Income ex emptions from $I,hiio to $-,tn'l ami to make incomes of more than ?I0. (Mil), pay a per cent tax, on tho urolllld that the hill made loo small a minority of the people nihject to the tax, lU'prcMi'iitatlve llolmoli, of Ala haimi, wanted to make tho iniiilinum J J.lliiO, with a rate of K of I per cent between $3,000 and M.ootl and u 1 per Cent 8lir tax oil Ineomes hetweeu 1100,000 and $:5O,0OH, and ,"i per cent Mir tax nhove 150.000. Heprescnta tive Thatcher, of Massachusetts, pro posed $3,0110 as the minimum. All these amendments were voted down. The ropilhlican caucus opened with a lively fight over the general tn ill f policy ill prospect. lloprcsontntlv e Moore, of Pennsylvania, mid Kepre seulative Fordncy, of Michigan, a mi nority of the repuhllian representa tion of the wavs and means commit tee, were on hand with a resolution which would prevent the rcpuhlicaiis taking any constructive steps In the imikhiK of the tariff. Itcpiihlican Lender Mann and his lieutenants pre vented a vote on the resolution, al though llepresentatives Moore and I'ordiicy endeavored to force action. "1 do 'not wish to find mvsclf two veart, from now, after the democrat" have made their" mistakes," said Mr. Moore, "hound hy some fool action taken here today on a hill prepared hy Home Individual who may or may not lie the representative of lohhylsts now in the capital. The new repiihll can memhers who have not had time lo consider or prepare a hill should imt he hound hy any haiid-me-dow n hill left over from a previous con gress." representative 1'ayne discussed his proposed suhstitute wool hill at leiiKth, declariUM: H was the most eiiuitulde arrauKement of duties on Wool that could he devised. He ex plained that the rates were arraimed on a hauls of IX cents a pound on pure raw wool, with compeiisatoi'v du ties on wool in different stages of manufacture etiuitaldy distrihuted on a basis of wool contents, lie said t hi' hill had the endorsement of the tariff hoard. Representative Fordncy attacked Hie rates as too low and objected to the conference endorsing any hill. "I am opposed," he said, "to the re publicans prcHcntinu any substitute for thfi rates in the democratic tariff hill. We have nothinii to wain mid everythins to loose on such a transac tion. f we put in a bill now and we nre returned to power two years hence that bill will meet us on the trail like a scare crow." After a lenwthv debate, action wan postponed until Monday rvonlnsf, when the conference vv ill meet nualn. The caucus adopted an amendment to the income tax provision offered ASSUMING SHAPE I CAUCUS by Keproseiitath e Hull, which, In of frrt would rc Hire- Insurance tumpa- lilt!, (i pay ' III.' proposed 1 I'lT tent Hilly oil llirlr ml incomes out of which they declare a dividend In policy holders." Tin' umciidineiit would ii- (lllll" till' llrl Illt'OIIIO tcl bo ascertain ed liy ileductlim friiiu the (loss iiiiiniim of income, "Ihr nit ittltlit loll. If uny, rriilivil by law to bo mmlr within tin- year to reserve funds and sums other tliiiii dividends or return of prcilMum payments : i Ul within tlii' year on policy itniHiity nt i m.'' - ANOTHER VICTIM IS ADDED IN TONG WAR San I'raiu isco, April IN. In the lace of Joint fedci'.il ami municipal ci loits to curb Tonif war In the t'liiu esc center, (lun WinK, a I'.Iiik Koiiw Hoiik member, was shot (u death to il, iv on one of (he main streets of the iiuaitcr. 't he murderers look un usual precautions and escaped. They used rifles and fired from it second stoi y window across the street Iroin tin- vhtlm. A detective Just behind (inn, on the sidewalk, saw tin- rllie bands thrust out but the shots came hefi re he could (l e Wai nlllK. Suey SinK Toim men, at war with tile ilini! Koiiks, are accused I'.V Ho' lolice of haviliK Hint ittal.il. if th.-y did not commit, the murder. EARLlTmlEil OF GREAT STRIKE IS POSSIBLE Opponents of Manhood Suf frage Adjourn Belgian Par liament to Think Problems Over Before Final Action, (Itv lliirnhitf JiMirniil M-rhll l.rtiwi-il 11 Irp.l I'.rUKsel", April IS. While it is pre mature to hope Tor an early sillle mi nt of the meat strike that now Is nariilvzlnu the economic life of Ibl- Kiiim. effoiis made today by M. Ily iniili, the liberal leader in the cham ber of deputies, to conciliate those op posed to (JiantliiK manhood sutliaue to the woiicmun, appear not to have bei ii altogether In vain. The chamber .ai, n il urM1 n-xt Tn-siiay ",i mo tion of the premier to mnsider the situation. After tile chamber adlouiiied. tin- socialist members drew up a manifes to explainiiiK the situation. This docu ment says: ' Will It be war or will It be ce? We don't know, but the strike now pronresshiK "as indispei'sible to en fore,, a heaiiiiK of our claims." The Impression produced by the speech 111 the chamber by llerr Woesle. the clerical leader, who yes terday emphatically opposed any con cessions by the majority lo thos de manding manhood sufl'rane. led to an Increase In the strikers today, notably In I'.rus.sels. but this increase appar ently was off-set by resumption of work elsewhere. The official estimate of the number of men out, places the number be tween II I 2.0011 and .Ud.flno. The state railroad has been badly hit. In addition to losing 7U work men's weekly commutation fares, Jt has been obliged to cancel IT.") frelKht trains ri Inn daily between the indiistilal centers and Antwerp. STItlKK t.KOWS l ll V IN STItl"(.TH AT WI'WI '.III' Antwerp, April lv-Kvery day in creases the magnitude of (lie strike at this point. Today there vvi iv seventy-four fewer vessels ill the harbor than on April I Mil, last vcar. The socialists paraded today and laid wreaths on the tombs of the .strikers killed In the suburb of l!,,rn erhoiit In ISH3, The candy makers struck today. i)i:uTi: in in. pin i :s .Korsi:s Tt.OMSM, Mods. April IK. The debate In the chamber of deputies yesterday has had h bad effect In tills district. Many meetings were held t V at which the speakers exerted themselves to counteract Hie ill-fecllnn aroused hv til sp dies of the opposition mem bers. They uriied that Hie strikers observe the greatest calmness. m; i aci'okv I5i:;is to I I I D .YOU" ( IIII.KKI'V llalne. I'.elKlum, April it. -The di rectors of the 'bin Niard metal works here heuan the fee,llll of 5.1010 chil dren of their employes today. tjr wti! v owm as i:xpi.oii AM- l) XAMITK V " N"' ("harh-roi, fielniiim, April 'l'n'' ipiarry owners here today exploded all the dynamite they had on hand. This was clone by order of the war department . noun i".pi.oiki in iiomi: " NON-STItlMN; woiikmw Corbi-n. IblKiuni. April is. A bomb was exploded today in the cellar "t the home of a workman who hail re fused to Join the strike. It did " clamase. STUIKI.KS PKOTI (T PltOPI KTV !" I'.li (.MM MINI", OWNI.ItS Falisolle. P.elKlum, April I.S. A fall of coal which blocked the shaft of the mine occurred today. Strike loaders sent a larsre un "f men to shore up the mine In order b pre vent further damage. MANUFACTURERS OF BRYAN APOLOGIZES1 ARMS CHARGED TO CHAMP CLARK WITH CAUSING FOR ACTION AT WAR SCARES BALTIMORE German Company Accused of Causing Story in French Newspaper That France Would Inciease Sticngth. PROPOSE TO AROUSE ANGER OF FATHERLAND Kiupp People Said to Maintain Agei ts in Beilin to Bribe Secrets From Militaiy and Naval Officials, Illy llnmitig .limrniil ii-rlul Ixiim-iI llirrl I '.eiiin, A pi il 1 - I n a spec, h in the Celehst.lK todaV , llel'r I 0 b- knee lit. a seiialist, made a seii-a I nuia I alliatioii rcnardiiiK the niethods ol the maliufaetui crs ol arms and am munition to push their Interests. e said the foremost Herman comp.inv mani'lai tin inu small arms and '"'i munition had canseil articles tn be printed in the Paris l-"ii;.im nl al- ini an Increased French army In or der to arouse a war-like spirit in ilei inany and thereby obtain lamer or ders. llerr I. lei. km", ht said the Krupp coiiipany kept an a Hint In lleihn whose business it was I" bribe arniv and navy officials In order to obtain an lusiyht into official dm unienl-. This amnt had laie Inn'ils at hi eninnian.l. he said Tin- speaker lialnie.l that lie had d . naimeiita ry proof of this statement which he li.nl Mvin to the war minister and that the latter had instituted an Investi- ualioii vvhiih substantially proved his eha 1 Kos. (iencrai von lleeiinuen. the minis ter of war. expics-od retiict that llerr I.iebkiiecht had menlioiicil the matter In Hie I'eii hstiiK be, ausi- lie said his Investigation in the matter had not been finished. He sal, lie bad found the chall-'es much exiiKKerated. A niiiiil er of seineanis and some olii 1 1 is were misled by the Krupp's audit to give official Information, lie con cluded, but there was no hot rav.it I of mllitarv secrets. F American Interests in Mexico Compelled to Pay Two Yeais' Taxes in Advance to Help Overthrow Hucita, (Itv MorniOK .1 il I r M u I Sir, lul I rie.nl Hire.) Domtlas, Ariz. April IN. MininK coinpaiiies In Sniiorn were notified to day that the state leuislature lias passed a bill enforcing a heavy tax on all folelwii corporations, to be paid In advance, to meet the costs of Un armed opposition to the national Rnv eminent, liovernul l'es.iieira duly sinned tin' hill. Corporations: or companies in Hie border state must take the brunt of the virtual war lax to allow the Issu ing of bonds to the amount of l.ooo, 0IMI pesos. Capital invested in the extensive minim,' and smcltlm- con cerns must subsi ribe an amount eiinalllu both the state and the fed eral tax, puyiiiK- the double tax for two years in advance to afford imme diate funds to the stale. Since prac tically the entire slate Is III rebellion, the former federal taxes would be eliminated hy promise of the state Kiivernmeut. The bonds will draw five per cent Interest. ill i:ht .o i:i:nmi:nt not i;i: x;ntzi:i HY WILSON, Washington. April 1 V--1 mi ui rl.-s at tho White House today ooiiecrninK the exact relations of the I'mtcd States with the lluerta kiiv i Turnout In Mex ico at the present time, revealed the fact that no messages or important communications had been transmit ted to the llm rta administration since President Wilson was Inaugurated. Ambassador Wilson has been in correspondence with the state depart ment and has been Klven various hiik Kcsllons concerning the policy of the new- administration here, but it we explained at the White House that the Washington government has treated the lluerta administration merely as a do facto government. No Intimation was Kiven f what minht be the policy toward recomii.inu the new regime In Mexico. It was denied that reports de claring Hl'eat llritain and itiissln bad recimnl.ed the lluerta (iovi.rnmeiit had caused any III I'eeliiiK here. MIiiIiik Man Shot IVoin Anibush. Hlldla Vista, Colo., April 1 S. Hen ry llrown, prominent mininu man of this district, was shot and killed ft Solomon, Idaho, today, aecordlnK to Inf.irinatioii received here. MINING COMPANIES ORCED TO AID REBELLION Speaker of House Meets Scc letaiy of State at Di mer Ai ranged for Purpose of Effecting Reconciliation, HATCHET BURIED FOR GOOD OF DEMOCRACY Fiist Time Two Leadeis HadtGieat Opposition to leatuio Spoken Since Convention, When Nebraskan Bioke stiuctions of lbs State, Ill VI.. .I....r.i..l l.,l lll W.ishiimlon, April v--S icak.r Sac I a in.'iil... 'al. pn 1 I' "r Champ Clalk a.1,1 S,e,.,,,v of Stat.'D1'" ' '"', "" ' '"' """ " "' " William .Icn.ltllKs I'.l v.i, -t at ..ipcll.lln bef the C Ilia I. Wish. I I. 1,. I...... .I..F.1I..I I. Mill II I - X t I private lun. heoii lii-re te.lav shook hands and Issued puMi. statements ileelalinK thev had In I lb.- Iiat. In t I an, put the. pi iMilialitn s of tin- liil 1 I 111 I ill' loin .111 lull Willi the I'll'.. i.' The 1 1 1 1 1 1 h i il whs uiiiiiiKeil by Then iloie A. I'.ell, of California, tempoiary I bairinan of the 1 lenv . , eonv e'ltb.ii in """ ill. ii. ,., ,, . ,1111. M Ill.l leleK.'l I lull Sll ppol tillH ie.l f e , la, IV ,t llahimole, and was Kiv,-n bv Im . I!- iiti.lt. editor ol tin Washnmt Post. Intense llltelest was lil'.nised ill po litl'lll circles over Ille I eeoii ci 1 In t i. in of tile two iinl.iuolii.-K hIius,- differ- ellll'.s bee. line uc'.ite as a lesnll ol cviiils at the l!altiiiion convention. Secretary llivan's pr. pared siaie-liii-ii t Issued InnlKllt is as billow v; "Mv iiieetlnn wilh Mr. Clark has served to char up a inlsiuub i sla ml im; as tu mv exact posilimi I, .ward linn at tlie I '.a It iimii e convention. t have tried lo make II ileal- tn Mr. ("lark that I have alwavs l.iMl.h.l and du tinw regard him as a wood, chain pm Kl'essive ilemoerat. If my launuane ut I'.a It inmi o created a I" impre-sion thai 1 was chai-finK Ml, Clalk with beiim 111 svnipalhv with any of the roac - lionarv forces, am k1,ii of Hi,, op portunity lo con, , any suc h miseoii struetimi of my words or a.-ts, for I (litl 111,1 lilt, -11.1 1.. I. Meet lllli.O eill.ee the n rsntial or political inleuritv of the sneaker. It is mv earliest wis, i that there iiiii) be cordial co -operation between Hie stale department and the speaker 111 litirvlm; nut tint policies of the admin isl ra I ion." Here is Speaker Clark's state ment: "It is hcyou,) the power of Colonel llrvan or any one else !,, correct the Injustice Hint was done o me at llal tlninre. The loss of the presidential in -liiilialli.il was a .small ill inn lis com pared tn the injury dmie tn my lepu t It t ii ill in Hie eves nf the World. Hilt now that Colonel P.rvnn, In his pub lic statement, has done what he can to remove the Injurious Impressions that were created I'.v his r.allimoie speeches, I led that We can all tin- la tter co-Operale fol the Cuud of til" adminlsfral ion. I cm only repeal Whal 1 have publicly deiialeil linn and time nKiiin, that all personal or selfish considerations must uive way tu the duty that all ib'i rats invi to our parly and t" our coiinli v ." Thus,, vvhn sat at the table wllh the others already nn'iillniie.l and saw the disappc nance of what nuiiiv po litical SUe.es thnmihl Ille most elll- barrassliiK situation i on front inK President Wilson's ii.lniJtii.--iu alum Were ; Vice President Mai. shall, Secretary l.ane, Senatnrs Kern and ci'iorman. Kcpreseiitativ e Crisp, Sec retary Tu multy, Assistant Secretaries tsborn and Malone, of the state ilepiirtuieliti Thomas I'. I.onan and I.. James. Those In chait:e of Hie alfair said Spi-aker Clark an. I Secretary llrvan cxohaiiKod jokes ji ml had a K"...l tine. The statements were mveii mil t h -.1 ii a h Mr. lieiinctt. So f t t- "s know n. il Is the firsl tint" the men !: ivc met since before tin' 'ltult'iiiiore .invention. Speaker ("lark's friend have- always said Mr. Pryan prcvciilcl bis Humiliation ami that it was throunh Mr. Pryan's ac tivity and Inliiieiiic that the conven tion, contrary to , usiom. rcfuseil to Klve' the speaker tin- necessary two thirds vote after II seveial times luiil Klin, tn him a mainiilv. Strom.' staleiuents of a somewhat person. t' nature w.-re also issued by Mr. li.van and Mr. Clark at the time. The leconciliation was looked mi in political circles as the nmsi smnifi unit iiolilicil development of lh" ad ministration, .-in ii"'. lubby and Mct.ooiiy Mali In il. Hciivcr. April I ". Jimmy Clabbv. of MilWiiiikce. and I'M'lle MeCo.utv. of Oshkosli, Wis.; were totiiiiht matched to box Idi riniiuls before Un lit nvc-r Alhb tic club mi May -'. for the inlibllevv i-iKht championship of the world. The no n will welh in at I r,s poiintls at 6 o c lock. I nilio IjiiiiI Olilce Out of P.tiliie-. I'iiiko. N. !.. April IX. -The tidi ed Si,e land oft'n e, lociclecl at Par Ko ever since the "P'-ninn of the North Itakota uov eriiment lands to the public In the early "Tu's, will be linsed June :inih, accnrdiiiK to police reeelved by the oflicels 111 itiaIKe of the local office today. H l slated thai there lire only fifteen m res suble t to entry left In the district. CALIFORNIA THINKS ANTI-JAPANESE BILLREI Action on Measuie (nes 0ei Until Net Week in H"iv nf Some Evpiessiou tiom Pics 'hlent Weodnnv ilsnii, LEGISLATORS NOTE COMMENTS IN TOKIO That Mif'.ht Enikuiass I n UIRES CUTI ( .. r . II I W, . l.s lll.p. I-.Hi HI' ci"ji Ceipoiations Uontie!teiiir,i , ,.,..,.. by Eiuopean Stoi kholdeis, ( Hnrnllm Imirllu, -iri nil " M " "' , , .. " ' " This do. l-nui was- i. ,n bed. I! .K.ii.l lodav, be. .line some wiu.li Was e.e. leil II. nil VV.lslillll.-l.nl in ie . jl.iti.lll in Ille plotesl of Ille .Uplines, j i I'l.l el 1,111. Ill lll'.ailist ,.'SMble ItllMUU'e III. lit of Hie lie, itv lUhls nf Japanese! .)ei . In this slate. H, polls of tin- popular nvtit.itb.il In , , ., ,1... ..., Ill .11,1.111 live, t-, , .. ' , . . - , i ' . Iif:ti.'i I.) ,,v ..1. e.l eollsb era b Ill ,', .,. .,.. h ,. ,lia inl.ei 1 , , ,, ,,..,.,. nr.it. Ms as well as the in.,uilbs as tu the ef lec t i.r the pi opos. ,1 bills up. m ol lid iilii ii mteiests In California, b d to the bell, r h.-ie that liesuh III Wilson llliKht llllil II I Xpeillellt tu Indicate bis VjeWS Of SIIUK. St il CO'llse of III Hull temliiiK lo relieve tile Mlualion. Il Hie position taken bv the J.lp.l II, se is what cable 1 1 i ' p 1 1 1 ' i 1 1 S lllllllllle. said niie i.r the s.n.ite haibis today It seems inevitable that siune word must con,,- tiom Wnshiioitoi, n b vvillu, ut viaiiimr I'd' the Passat: particular bill by the b-tiislat that icasoii, and In view of the vv Id spread liitiic-t that has spuniK up In Califoinla. it was thmiiihl belter tn postpone any furtber c nnsnei n I ion of ! tire matter unlil m vl week. The post pniii in, lit applies also to the various ami nilini ills to tile bills Hint have In-en offend and discussed or Have I 1 Oil O OVlT to lil'Xt VVClk I A poll of , h- sella te loiia v ills, Ki-ie,! an i.v cl vv hcliiinu: inajninv in iavoi an anti-alien bill, lull scarce Iv a hand liil of senators indicated a wish to Include hi its pmv cldis t m eimicrs m foreign cm potations controlled by per sons clUit'le to i 11 izelislll p. The calll paiiii ill behalf of Kuiopinn luvosl llientH III Ille stab-. It was said, had beUIIII In be II iiecte.l ill Ille c I 111 1 1 H M of opinion ainon Individual members 111 this re Ku I'd. Ill Ibis li-K-iiil Senator Thompson, who iliatted On' original coiumitlce substitute III Ille S. Ilale. said Ille 1 .11 1 V lull ac, eplable lo Ille Japanese Would I in- plio im. all aliens I par. A p,, ut Hie house shows that Hin Ii a la w could not 'be pa-sell, In case no word eniiics from Wash ington, il is rcKaiilcil as certain Ih ic iliat a law ihrciicil almost solely aK.unsI the Japan, se will be passed, Willi clallSCH eXelllptlln', all lailopeail coipoi at ions. 1 1 11 1 seven nienibcis ol t lie si liate ha V e declared llli lll-eb es ai-'aln-t such a bill. Senator Ca iiiiniill, a do d . iti, leader, do, s not , xpe t pi i si.b iit Wil son or Set n-t.iry lh van to take nnv part in I he emit i o i rsv mil il t be leu Islat ure has s, t tb il upon a i , t ta in lull ami II has com- to tin cm , i nor. "President Wilson hav inw expiessed his belief thai t bis sill.,. .1 was one vphiii the Jurisdiction ol a slat,- to leal vv i 1 1 i . I do not ainn ipale any ,.b-jection- from him or On- state depart ment.'" 1 amilHil i -aid li.ii:-ill. ' I II less We IO, and pass ,, law, there wonl. I be no vv a v In deb I mi m- w lid li-,-r vv e had ex led our Jul isdic I Ion." Seot-es of tclc-r.lllis pi't selililtK it r -Kllllielibs both Id- ami attalnsl Hie bills vv.-re rc.eiv.il today. Manv chambers of coiiiuion o I hi oii'iioiit the, slates have wired object lo lis. Lot ,, is from laruni s In tin- clisl rids Where tile Japanese have settled lie i lure that the clauses peiinilllnW bases lii run lor f..nr or livn years make Hie bills worthless. Tiny ask for a die v on r b ase pi ,,v islon. Mlv-ION IllsilnP M I S l .oss or in i;i:s" woiiu Sail Kl nin isco, April I V - -A ca ble Kiam I ri ii i Tokio received tonight bv the Japanese A met h -ii ii, ii .lapiin- ese newspaper lid'. , lies, l ibel! I'm' mass mcetUm of tic .lapain-.s,. and American missionaries vesi, i day. ,,v er vv lib h I 'mini i ikiima presided. 'I lie message felers lo Ille address ,.f llisliop llairis, of the M.lhoillsl liiis.opa I chinch fur Japan and Ko rea, .Vho-e e.lblee.taill lo Ille legisla ture today was the sub.je, t ol coin- m, lit In the seiiaie. lis I lit it In wepl while speakillK ,ilul mill he be lieved his fdiv tars' vvolk Tor peace ami K"od Will between Hie lilil'll Slates and Japan was nl t to be un done if the California liKlslaluio did lid modil'v its aliunde. i iirioi I liooip-oo Willi Illll liileres. Si. Paul, M inn.. April I V - ".il ini Thompson, loimei treasurer of the I'liUed Stab s unci I'd uu r assistant secretary nf Hn- inieiioi. took 1 1 1 his new duties today as Kiiu-ial overseer of the Hill IllleresIS, IteeorilillU to la, ills W. Hill. Mr. Thompson will make his headiUa:iers here. BANK DEF R AUl.)i.RS ARL UNDER ARRESt; t'bi. il... pi ii i .lam. r iti' i v.i) vi bo is sod to hive ei'lamled I " . in. I . an t anks out .'f no 'I e than I .111, . 1 11 .1 . vv.is allesletl to. laV 111 a ib.VV II tow II boll 1 He , o lib -ed to I "I I; I IU i h" k-i. A pal III. 'I Ml w hem lo W ,. I .1 I l-t fill ol V .ll-illl I l:l lb I .11 I est at I.I le, I ol". Tliev .11 e -.Oil I.. Il.l V e I . . vs. lit. d t lo MISelvi " .o. I) e k e V -a I. -Olle!! UARI. 1 1 AGE N BECK DIES I ROM OLD S M . m Ian . i iet ma n v , A 1 ill 1 -Mow 11 i'l Will i Mia ke v .11.011 was lb v.. ,.r i be ,, ., Hi ol i ii I I lai;en- I e. I, tile U.lllUll 1 oil. . t.. . Oil Vpl II II. io , o ,,n- to I be pbv l. la 11 V ho at t. ii. b .1 bun. II.' vv a Oil t. u sev . n - ... I s a.;,. ..Ill Hie V i Com e V i III II I Mv .,11.. t. .1 lie In. I. lailv riccbllUi Itellevotl S,ed I ...in I. ui. pi il I x i In- I o women i-p. . t. .1 of Mum file 1.1 I ail lllle's boa '. ale . p,.le, to b lin III- Ii ..!, .ill.l M ill, . lit I all, Il 'i III. I.. . i oil H il I .'lb. 1. 1 IX W . . k - I II. I" I- oil OH 111 i ... I lo bellifc; I l.ll,:. . 1 1 .1 (, 1 1 1 l - f 11,1 I i inn i.i i.le in,, I. I l.i F F. Gillette, ut Pat is, Wtites to Illinois Vice Commission ot Obsctvations Regarding Amctic.in Giils, ll, ,11, Morning .Imirliul s,M-t I, it I Hiieil Itlri.! ChieaKo, April x. - I often wou deie.l how in.cuv vniiii Aincibaii women who conic to I'aiis to be tln- Olled' and i'dllcilteil' have been blok- en ib.vc ii mora Ilv bv t be life llel I ,,.,, .,, , h,.,(.,-,, in-tauccN"" M. ,.., eoutaimd In a lett.-r rcelvcl bv l.ieUl.uaiil iov.-r- iioi ti'Hara. chairman of the Illinois vice commission, Imlav from II. F ,;,'e, ,. I'nl'b'V lll'd ll.ins'1ll in I'iims. Kiiinie. i'be wilier said h had followed "lib llltelest the plo- .ss of lb,- Illinois commission an I aid he I I. lined low vv ,114. s for or. per .. r cent of the ci-.es where w a I, ad illllllol ll lives have i,t, hep,- ih.it lallcn w oiiic n , an be red 1.1 .1. I lea, bed ibis con clusion aft i- Hi, i M'cnilllure ,,r a .ie.,1 ,n' lime and mono." lit) wrote. Public al i'. la ,- "I disorder. v Women at tic t.o - ami iambll 1.. re sorts ol Km op i ' ult In tin- eo l up in f liiiinb i ,1 1 ;' i mint! y Kirn, a - onlilillU lo the I '. which illlvoe l, s a law pi 1 di ul in" Ii Hell vv omen 1 1 i it Hint; in public willilu certain bonis. S When Infant Is Sent Away All Intel est in Its FHhue Is Ended; Fee of Fiom $200 to $;)()() Is Chaici'd, lilt Mi, mini,' .I.Hirinil H,iniiil l.ru-il 111"! C ii API II I V Siii,l ilitelld elds of niateiiiils liono-s b. f'uc a 1,-K-islat iv e , ol itlee luv esliMH I mil pub lic Institutions, ui 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Olat the.v k, i no lei oids. Ibat om e a child was sent avvav. there was iiothliiB bv VV hi, h II Id la- traced. "lint don't v on ev or imiulre how these babies ale treated, vv Inilu-r Ihey lite or the"" iniiiii."l Chairman Cur- ii ii, ol lr. W ood, "We keep im c .a .Is al all." "Hut vv lint il one of those kill tin, I hers ret in m d in a year or so ami wanted her halo, is there no way In vvhl, h she could rind II "" "Illll I eSponsibllil V ceases when vv e find a limno lor the iiil'ant." The testimony broniiit out (lie r.oi Hint X.', per , ,-in id I b. it ii i nt i lied pa Ii, Ills III I lie "I.V illK -III" llnspll.l Is a re Kil ls from mil of Ille stale vv In, c e to the oily to hulo licit slia , I ir. W ood said that on f. bin,,i v ,. an int.' lit was b.,1 II al I i h" l In (be all. tu i. Two Hours iat,i n was on a Irani I ml lor ModioKor. a. His explanation that all In fant or that die coibl "uo vvllhoul illilll islllllellt Wlllo Oil SIlflcliUK." I roiiKhl snub s ,, Hie I'ac, s of Hi" repleselilaliv i s. Tin ,,lor said he spent lliiiui iii a.hi i tlslnn. niostiy in tat ill publications, lb- i liai'Ked pn lleiils from I mi o :! h- said. A physician lioni the health cle paiiiiielit Icsllfied that Woods hos pital was 1 1 ii h:i i n tn ry and that he Would 1C ollimclld that il be tioSetl, 'lb,, comlllillee Visited tile I'.CUlilll home w hb h is suppdted bv Mrs. CvriiM McCoi tub k, Mrs. Ciislav us Swllt and other wealthy women. This liiHlitiilid! i. impels mothers to keep their Infants and will prosecute the father If his iinm.. can be learned. IN CE IS HIT TUMORALS MATERNITY IE KEEP NO RECORDS OF CHILDR CON 0 0 0 FOR THREE DAIS i : i . , No Backset Occtns Bulletins of Physiciai'S Ate to lie Dis continued as Unnecessary, Say Doctois in Chatge, ALARMING RUMORS IN ROME ARE PREVALENT Owing to Gieat Age of Pontiff and Malady from Which He Suffeis Futuie is Regarded as Piecaiious. Hi Vli.riilin li.i.rn.il Sir.litl I rrit 11 In ) Ibmie, April It. loiisolliiK news that cilia lulled from the iillcan to- intiit slated thai Pope Plus hail puss. eil Hllee davs without fever, Hint hll Ki ueial condition was prourokslliK (.! Volnblv and that If these c cindlllolis continued Id' two davs inure, his holi ness would be colisidcl ed coiiv ulesi t'llt unci that Hie bulletins of the physi cians would he dlscontinueil. AllhoUKh this inldiiuHbui wiim: fl oiil the plivslclaiis III atli nilaiu e upon pope Plus and was confirmed by Cardinal Merry lcl Val, the pupal fcei retal.V of state, it tlhl tint rellSMIIIO poisons of pcssiuilBlic tentlent It-s. frniil IllVelllllli; alllliellls for Hie polltlff. To- Illulil ih. y ib cbiied he was MlffciJhH fitnii piieumdiia ami senile consump tion Wilt n In. AmliJ visited tile puptl sli, ,l lly be l,ue iiiltlnlKht he found hbl leiupi I a I ii I a T He said the condi tion of the patient win, allsfuc tol y and that he was tinillnn iirt-itt I chef from bis t ninth bv taklim a soothlnn llipior of uinniolda, flavored with anise si i d After 1 'r. A mle I'M llsll, Pope Plus slept. Ills bl'euthlnn WaK audible In the room on to count of his tatairh. - ' it,fosoi .11 i ri 'dal'iii a, Hv pop, s clilef phvsitian, was lisketl lij the As sociated Cress ton Ik l t i one eniliiK t Ii colidllloii of Ills patient. Ill wrlllllK, he leplbil: "Tho Holy father has sill tired from tiiflucny.it (villi a sllnlit tilietlioii of Ihn Iraoheii ami larger hroni IiIkI lulus, lioiiclio-piieiiiiiiinla never hm evtii been suspectetl. I have never doubled for Ills iicnvery Houtier tu laler. Ills i.'. octal coli.l It loll alwavs has been of Hie best. His heart and pulse are strum; and no) tn.it and the densorial nil vis Intact." It must be added, however, that ulthoiilih all Professor MurclilafitMi savs in bis statement may bu ptifeel ly true-, another affection exists which is in an in ute staKo now, but nlvvity. Is Ihible to iceiil. This Is a Noilly kltl licv. The belter coiiditlon of lh,. pope Is shown I.v his Increasing hatcrest In nlfilrs. II,. Insisted loclay on colive.v inu lis insli uctioiis In ('iiidiiial li i -rata, who will leave totiioriuw for At it 1 tit lo preside nt (he Kiiohaiitillc i ollt;lo as, lie afso desllctl to lillow what a i i a ntieineiils had been made I oiled 1111114 the pulitiflcal mass w llllil In- was to ii-lel, rate In St. Peter's on I'eiih st Sunday, three weeks away. This day Is liil.-iiibd to b,. a ureal one III the rest i V il lis of tile Cl , list II II I I II O Jubilee and It vvuH Willi threat till 1 1 -cully that he was Induced to post, pone the ccieiiionv to November, when III,- end of Hie Jubilee will Inko place. DENVER POLICE HAVE ANARCHISTS COWED Hcnvor, April I H.-- Police Chief l-'cllx i i'.. ill reeclveil several lele unuiis from citizens ol San I ii'UO, Chicago, ami older cities today, curry ing coiiKI fit illations and offers of ns siHtnnoc In his efforts tn deal wild one hundred uninvited miosis beloiia itiK In the Industrial Workers of Hn' World. Tim prisoners, after, belnit kepi on bread nml vvnler the first tlavs of their coiiliiioiiiein. are now recelvliu, the rc'iilur Jail menu. No alleuipls al ilisiiboidlnalloii were maile today. liaiu today prevfnicd the police chb f im ri litit out his plan of pul tun: some of the prisoners lo work re pa iilim st reels a ml billlillllK sidewalks bat be said tunlKlit the plan would be put lulu execution as soon as Hie weather elf. us. Invests. Ititu, of the possibility of lodKinu feiblnl eh, lilies IIK.lillst lead ern of the ortpuili'..itliii who Indiucl their followers to Ko froin one Hint,- to another, Is slill peiidlm;, bul the r.'d eial authorities have a iiiionii.ed io, delis .,, more I nd ust t in I W orkers w ere arrested to, lav, and the police have ii.i Information Hint nnv mole have arrived In the city. haiiion i:lriidlllon I H-e Artlifil. WnshltiKhui. April I x A I Inul at' ,ii was iiiM.lt- lodav before the su lci! i t or the I'llltc d Stales fol Porter Charlton. Hie American youth ,ii, need will, the uiiiribl of his Wll" on their In, tti.i moon ut l ake duno, li. ,lv on linn- I.?, Itilti. In 'in "Tint tn block the detiinnd of th.- Italian government that be he returned to Hilly for trial. No decision whs nu ll, -led today, ' REGARDED AS FAVORABLE