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fillftTV-l II I'' VI-AH. IDOBSW ncits in WILL BENEFIT IE WEST Second Day's Session of Con- ference at Salt Lake Given 0ci to Addresses by State Executives Present, RECLAMATION WORK IS DEFENDED BY ODDIE a Governor Declares That When People Realize lis Accomplishments They Will Fully Appreciate It, , HrNINb JOU1NAI. 1.I' l 141ID 'lll Suit 1,'ko City, June 6. - To the ud ,lrlw of til- g" vcl'il" is 1ivhi nt. the .,,1,111! day's conference of the vvest ,r ioici-nors wus given over entirely tJaV. Hi t V, en sessions, tile govol ,,i,r vi. it, .1 tlu- t:i ln-rn:i ! iiiiil t'n-n vv.-nt to tli'' stiit'1 penitentiary, where l ni. ln mi was served while n prison liml r. mi i"l patriotic music K.m Ii governor mad" sm:g stiotis Villi, ll ll" hoped, If 1'l't I'lt'l practice, tiuultl ben, fit H in Mate nml lln- west c.-nerally. I" I'"' national It liumu n.iii nn linn inor ddi, of Nc , saw "a wise nml fruitful (!- I'lltlllc il, g" i l'lHIH tit I htel'pl is. ." liuvcnn.r Stewart, of Montana, who .trriv.d li'i'1' Just In tin." lor tli'' af- ,l ,1 mscIiiII, ploUlhd for u i illicit lit forest r.lllger H" I V 1 II. Co'. , i u, r Pan . oi Wyoming, gun a leiv of w lint Hi'' Cany ui t bun done lr tin' west, Coventor l it). J,M'jr,-il that men villi 111'' weft should l.i , ii.ui'e of w est, I'll I eiiuin Spry, of ti I u:t I n tt-il 1 1 .-1 1 1 Id utiou work. I'hil- Coi'Thor Amnions l.i,. in-i I'll t'uit 111'' , of Colo iti s should !.. given rolitl'ol of Uli public do- in:. in "Wnli ni-piit to tin' work of tin l.ltiell.ll reclamation M i l il l' hi t'o wist. I think tn.il wi'i-tiTii people "li" Inn.. ,'imi.' in t"iH ll vi It ll it iiml I Va lue It prodilhillS llllpoliillioe in nn Uoit.i 1 upbuilding, feel that It !' ,iuw n u wimsuiiu iruitfnl ili pii 1 1 "I o in pun i niiii'litiil enterprise." will! llmi'I'llnf t 'lldio. "AftiT lino ull.iwanco for tho tin-v-itulilc iiiiHtnk'is inclii'-iil to t'i- Initkt t it.it of u work of this churu.i. r and iiiiiuiiltml,', nml taking Into considcr .itimi tin' fai t that tin or linnly years must elapse l,i fuio the full ni' usnrc i'f its fruits will ho o id. m i ll, there ci' ins to ho no li-ftit Imategriiuml for i cut, Mimi that tho poli. y of nu ti'.nul ri-.lii niutiun Is n failure. "Th'' l; ml which v.'lll hn reclaimed iii'ih r xlting tiutlonal reclamation projects is in excess of I!, ('(in, 00 ii.Tex siiffli li at for 3UU)U families, llir cost oi v.iiic'i may reach $1."0, tiiui.ihili. II. is n loan to tho Most i.iiiiii tho Most will repay. 'There is on,' feature In the dispos ;il oi laml whii'h I think couliJ ho li'ii' li'-ially nioilirii'il. If tho si tth r'.s Hi: iim nts v.i ir tniiilo vory Unlit for llif first t'lr' i' yiars, tin roaftof In ii'usiiu,' us lir Is ul lo to ilorlic in i rtusiiiK Inciiiuo, thiro would tn'cur ll --sti luldsiiipH nml fi-wor fui'ui'iH to imlii' ioihI on the piil't of ( lilryiii' It." Uiuti n ii't lioM riuil' KlUKi rrahl, "f ''"liiiiulo, who Ih proslihnt uf tho l'llljlil' Illrlllllill UoVl'hlpllH'tlt UHSOl'i.l- iii.--.df n I'lta for tin- urmnii -liaii of hmiH'liox of, tlii iissoiialion 1n ''t' li st.iti. tor tho purpose of nhtain inn Mate cuntrul of tho puhllu du '"' as far us poihlo. "True i oiiHei'Viitlin mid how to -njiiiplish it," ivua tho mihjoit of an aililriss tlV uuvcrnor AVHIium Spry, of ''lull, hi't'oiv thi confircnco. Tho fiuvcinor oxproK.si'd the opinion that Hii' pii'sint conscrviitlon polioy ro tiiiild tin- divclopnicrit of tho wost 'I'n Matis and withhold from honie sliadiTs lands which thry should t "Th,, niov oiiioiit l or tho oonsi rvu- itm of iKtttn-ul rosoiiri'ia of tho mi I'aii which hud been widely heralded "1 fr.ely diseussoa has raised a vital 'lii'-slliin f UucpcHt inipoltancc t. the I'l'l'lll, of ti, w,.t n. ,Kt Bcriotih 'Hi'stioii. lu ,lly opiiiliAi, that has pre-"'ntf-il itself in th history of tho wi-st tlio pul, c hind iifstioi)." said tiuvi rnor Hpry. "p'ho most nnportutit Mat in eonncetion with the national ''""senalion policy is the handlini; of I'lihlif hinds, (jur ptihlie domnln 1" "'c i',,i'nei-Ht,,m, of every policy i'f '"'iservatiuti that may he la uni'lied aim to n great extent every theory thai has heen nlvcu the dignity of ',1 tr-(1ut has involved, primarily the tiamllhig f puhlie lands. "HccoKiiuIng a disposition on the I'ai't of eertaln greui corporations to i-'i'l'ble ,,p the tiliihir hinds, the nn llonal overniiii'nt Inauyurateil a pol ll.v or withdr.iwiiig from puhlic in l'y ooitaiit timber nrcu and settina ""in iipiat us tlnUer reserves, l'er s"ll:Hy, h(.it.ve that the motive that '"'I'U'id the I'onsorvution moveineiit " an unselfish one. I believe that '"ue aim was to preserve an far as -sibli; the public resources from "asie Ulul destruction. Triit conservutlcn of nutuial rc suuii:es, however, is the management "n,J ''"iidllnsr of the resources with Xhu same degree of judgment that I'httraetertees the successful head of d lamily or mi institution. Conser "tiuii of natural resources involves ,r aine question with which one iiut grapple in-oonserving human u';'"o', us in the oruiuary affairs of life eiely man kinnvx that wast, lileans p'lVetiy, that in n-use nieaiu staiuitl"i, and that lnl lll- nt i se ' nml iipplicatlon ineiins growth mid ib . elopuieiii, nt In the conservation of ! natural r mi'i es, w e mt!t rem' m i brr that first nhi.vo nil else we must i f ro and dewlop liinl that any pot ! le.v 1 1 111 1 tends to curtail or ihstioi 'the opportunities for mi, h advance ment u niipioresslve and Illy enhu i li.lid to l,ilni( to fruition the dreams of the foundcri of our republic." I low Idaho views federal control (,'' "iir una pin oprluteil forest tircus, Was the subject of an address he (iovernor John M. Ilalnes, of bhiho. "In the matter of the attitude which the l.o criiiiuiit should main tain with ret, I' ll, ,, to the dispo sition of HKlleullural lauds In forest i f, s, T cs," said (bnci'iior Haines, "I I W ish In lldloc de a complete change of policy clthi r by d. partiiicnt nn n -lutloiis or oiixi'essiona 1 oiiu, tineiil. I desire to fee nil MK I'le u 1 1 1 1 ra I land in forest reserves, with the exception, perhaps, ol certain ureas on which tin' stand of timlier is particularly heavy, thrown opi n to the home steaders on exactly the same terms as akil'iciiltiil a I land not included within such reserves. 1 ile.-ll'c to see the hoiiiet,.;ider constituted the jndi-'e In the l'lr-1 Instance whether the land 'ic desires to enter Is aurlcult in a I or not. subject ol l nurse, to protest on the part of the forest officials. 1 would have Mich contests decided, tmt by the forest offi' lils themselves, but by the ifl'ieers of the land department or -y specially constituted land courts. "If the land is del, riiiim d to be ag ricultural, entry should be allowed and the patent grunted. Just as thmiKh the land were not within the forest reserve. The final allowance of the light of entry or the grunting of pat ent should serve as an automatic re lease of such laud from the reserve In which it Is included." BULGARIA LIKELY TO ATTACK LATE ALLIES Resignation of Cabinet Causes Alarm in Gieece and Servia: Peace Outlook Not Flatter- 'V MtitllhO JOUINl. iHCAt I 11.10 WlMH l.ol'lioll, Julie ii. Tie resignation of the linlgnri.'li 'iil'lmt now is oliiciall' achiiuw led','i (i. Accoi illnc (O tne Mir, a newspaper tiiibll-hed In Sulla, the lesignalion took place .May :',n, iihliie olately all'-r the tuns w as I'eeilvcd ill Sofia, nl the signing of ill- draft peace treaty. The confirmation of the resignation has caused anxietv at Hel grade and at Alliens where the feel ing Is uroiiing that I'.ulgarla Is lem pcii.ing until her forces can he brought up a-aiiist (Ireece and Servia. If the resignation of the mlnistrv took place before the Interview al T.iribroil. on the llulgaiiaii frontier, between the Culgariun mid Servian pi einii rs, t'ie agreement between tin in would be without iiullu'iity and the proposed meeting between the four I'alkan premier-" said in have I ecu set lor next Sunday probably will imt take plai e. The Creek deli gabs alteiul'd the peace ounfi reiice today. bill the Turks remained stubborn and refused to agree to the terms of th, protocol. The delegates, however, leached an ugrecnien: on the lollowing point: To grant full amnesty to all nun coinl'iitanls in the late war for a per-, iod of three vcars; to allow (Mtoniuns living !n annexed territories to ar rinige to emigrate If they desire to re tain their Turkish nationality and to resume postal and lei, graphic com-! Iiiunlcation between Turkey and I'.til-; garla. Bolt of Lightning Strikes Wag-j on, Killing Horse and Driver;; Disturbance General Over a: Wide Area, ' lT MOBNISa JUUKNAL BSICIAL LtAHI.O Wii !M 'iiver, June ii. lightning vv liippcu Into the city hull here Oils afternoon, ibstri yed u rubber plant and severely ; tiiocke.l Mrs, Zelda Sliennan, liecn-sc clerk, seated five feel distant. A bolt struck a wagon loaded withj grass at Exposition and South Ca.i lord streets, instantly killin:; the man uml the horse and Hctling fire t" ih" load of grass. The electrical, lain and hail storm 1 which swept over Denver today ox- , tended to the east, rn slope, as lar. south as I-as Vegas, in New Mexico. ; Here it was the most violent m fifteen years. Within a few minutes.: the local li'shting company reported j eighteen hundred calls lor repairs. . while traffic wus suspended 011 sei-i era! tramway lines. Owing 10 the. I blowing out of fuse boxes, down town j I tisiress houses did business generally by candle light. j In the outlying districts and parks. 1 many :rces were stripped by hull Ptotics and greenhouses were ruined- ICR DAMAGE BY ELECTRIC STORM ! IN DENIER JAPAN AD RQ1T IN RETALIATORY DUTY SENATE IS OPPOSED RER RESPONSE TO LETTER OF I. BRIAN ADVISEMENT TREATIES lOiientals Claim Spiiit of the Finance Sub-Committee Whicli'SentimtMit Against Renewal ol ! Treaty of 1911 Is Violated Is Consideiin:; This Schedule! Peace Pacts With Tuenty j by California's Anti-Aliciij of Underwood Taiilf Bill ln- Thiee Toreirji Nations Ua- Land Law, dined That Way. expectedly Crops Out. CONSTITUTION CITED ALSO IN CONTENTION Administration Officials Admitjjuhn Not i is of New York De- Panama Canal TulU (am;1io That the Document Is Ably 5 claics Trust Methods Aie vcisy and Japanrse .'Vvu Piepaied and Difficult to; CeinA Used to Stifle Com-; Laiul Situation Gie Stater, Meet, i petition, men Subjects fci Thou:;:"., IftT MU1NINC JOUHNA' IHCH llAUlti llshinglon. June 0. Japan s lat ent note III la gard to the California land legislation, ! n 1 n i i 1 1 1 1 ! liiiiu.-ii-llig probleliiM cahlllal.d to tax the I talcllts nf the Alllelleail 11,'Uot 1,1 t"l s, i was read at I'm cabinet meeting to 'dav and later was the subject of a 'conference IctMCIl li-,sl,l.nt Wilson and John llasselt .Moore, couns, lor of the state department. 'ulislilelatinll "I tile Hole hv the eabil"t Was lllfeir. ll lllllil tile I, - turn of Secretary llrvan who bit call' ill the altllllooll for I'itt.shUIgh to ulteiid a falciiill iliiiiu r in honor of the n,w ambassador to Japan from the lillled Slat' S. Cool go W'. I lllllil if. There was muii, ilisctission. 'imi ev i r. aft' r tic long , locum, lit had lien read and liasid, lit W llson, as :. result o ill" tall, Willi Ambassador Chin, I a vest. Ida', was abb- I" illinni nat" the formal aiguiiients pre-enled villi sidelights disclosing lntiinal po I 'ileal ,", minions in Japan whi'h arc all. , ting Iim Japanese office poller lully in tin' conduct of the in i;,,tia tions. Ii', 1 1, -patches ll'olll ToklO Olll- lining lb,- contents of the Japanese not, vieie received with great Intel est hel'e. I H li in Ih who lime examined hit" the siibj, ,1 hovviver, iad the coiiiiu sioii that the Japan, .-e foreign office has show n a remarkable knoivi, dge t American const itutional i,m am' that the legal lichls of the state de partment will be taxed In, the utmost to rebut the a I'g ll I llell I s presented. The ussei'iion thai the California law violates (he spirit of Ih" cxistiic treaty by dis liiiiinating against the Japanese, howi'ier, is looked upon as a slight retrial from tin1 original bin, id staleiiiint that the treaty had been directly violated. Touching the point that Hie right of Ja putiesrt tu own or b ase houses car ries with 11 the right of owneri-hip of the lands, it is coiiti tub d lu re, that this isjrue only us to houses occu pied as residences or for commercial purposes ami such a elniui scarcely is extended t" farm lands, which alone nlc covered by the California law. Ollielul-i say the suggest ion that the alien land legislation is In viola tion of the fourteenth miiendinent of the constitution may furnish a new line of attack upon thai miich-dis-ciissed amendiiiint, although it hard ly Would be Seriously entertained by any court. They polmcd oul I ii.it the Califor nia act appointed "due process ol lew" for depriving aliens of property and suggested that the words "eiiial protection of the laws" used In th" amendment referred to persons and not properly. WANT BRITISH VICE CONSUL RECALLED T MliHNINO JOURNAL VftlAL CAEUO Willi: Los Angeles, June 11. lliilisli resi dents of southern California beuan a incvciiunt today li r Ihe recall of 1 '. White .Mortimer, bullish vice consul In I. ok Allg'.ies, us a sequel to the "Kniplre day" disaster at l.olig lleach, whbh cist over thirty lives through the collapse of a pier. ohrglng gen eral Inefficiency. A petition requesting, the removal of the vice consul dialt'd at a in'-cl-ll'S of the "Kniplre day" ei hi. rat ion committee, today w ill be forward. 1 to Sir I'M ward Cr.y. Southern I'milic lo Double Truck. .Sail r'runelsoo. June li. Double tracking part of the company's lines in Nevada will cost (he Southern Pa cific :M,1 2ii, according to a state ment liled today with the state rail road commissioners who were told the company saw 110 need ol serregal Ing expenditures. This was taken lo mean ihe company was going ahead with imp! ov fluents on the Central racific without regard lo the South ern Pacifle-l'iiion Pacific dissolution. Student l ulls liom Precipice. Pasudeii'i, i al., June ti. Jacob D Cole, of Albert. Colo., while walking with a purty of friends near tin- sum mit of Mount W'il.soti in the moon light curly this morning, lost his fool ing uml fell from a precipice to his death. Cole was a sui.ielil ill a 'mil cr sitv in this city. I oi iiicr Police Detective t. nitty. Sun Fiiinclsco, June ('.. I rank Ks ola. former police detective. Was found guilty late toiiighl of grand larceny In complicity iIrl she opera tions of the notorious "forty thieves" bunco ung whi'h operated here for many months. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, ON PIT PAPER TO COMPULSORY TAKEN UNDER ; ARBITRATION CANADA HAS CONTROL OF PULP PRODUCTION ! HulMM jUURHIL lrtCIl llIU ashmctoll, Jlllle II, lof Sevil-itl hours todav. Hie s, mite lin.in.e sub - , ..inn. ill f whi, h .-'etiat.'i Johnson, ' Maine. Is hall mall, , , p, i si h, dale ol th, selissed Hi pe pi r s, In , pile ol tne I inicrw noil tariff bill and ll is report. -d tonight tiiat an unieiidnii nt t" put 1 . ta ha h.i v ,'ut.v auaiiu-t Canada on print paper laliiid at more than Hi" and one ball ci nls a ml Is belli;; :" i lonsiv i on-i.b I. ,1. Ileealise the 1 1 1 .1 'I III ol III" suh- i oiiniill he was iniiiii'd t" this vhw, t'nv siinii led from N.n V'irl:, John oins, , hall man of the p.i i commiliee nf Hie Ami i i. ., u .Sews papir pn nil.' hei s' asso, Iil ion, vie to.iai r, il, lat' d opposliion to tin iinposllloll ol uliv cniliil' l v ailing dill.' .No ,1, , i Ion was remind I'.il ll wa I, alii, ,1 f i inn an aullimila I ii , mhiu I he I I tie in.,! I, r iaii-s In I he b a lam with Hie leaning toward pulling il tin- count, rv ail ing diit.i. 'u the lie ibl'Wond bill 1 et.llie t' I 1 dull, s tire hn I osi d on hk'hor m'ade papers laliui al inoi.' than tun and i. in -hall e, i,t i a pi.uiai. The Imp, rt tax is li at I.' P i nt ad v a lor, m and III counl erv a ill ng d illy is d il I. d uuaiin I I 'ana, la I -a use of r. -I i , ti. ns on pulp w, .nils -mil pulp. , The proposal nf the A II.. ci.' I II pa - i 1 er man ii i act'ir. i s s t"i , t Hi, lied ' lax be , XI, lid, d I" pi ill! paper. ' li inl ia" r In the I'r d, rw nod bill . IS on the tree list ami III, a n.ellilon III 'hi In;; considered would pioible "thai il anv coimtiy, del', ltd. l-el . ploliliee nr other sub-dl! isioii "f gov ci iiin, nt jshnll impose an.! export duty , vri j license fee, or nth 1 charge of .'til! kind w liat'-oever, w hither in 'he lol lii of iiihlitiolia I charge or license fee or otherwise, .mi niiiilinu iianer. wood pulp or wood lor use lu fn imii'bl'at'tiirc of wood pulp, there shall be imposed upon print paper w lieu imported either dir.'tly or Imlii c II. 'from such loiinlri, ib pi ndencv , pro Uinec or other suh-divisioii of gov I eriiincul,. a duty equal lo the amount o' siiili export dulv or oilier xport charge Imposed by such country, etc.. upon printing paper, wood pulp or wood lor an-' in the ma 11 ufactuic of wood pulp." In hh ai'g'iniirnt I . lore the sub- omnium, e, Mr. ot ris in addition to uiler.'itliig ilii nigiiiiieiil against uiiy counti:rvalllilg diili, called a 1 1 . 11 1 1 o n i to a m-onosal of American nam! ! iiialiiifactiin 4 o establish 11 system of j operating tluir nulls iiiili Hie days a XV . iii Im tead of six. This, he argued, was aiiuth. r ( I fort I" curtail the j American output of pi hit paper. "The consumption of paper ha il.ii'ii growing slcailily," Mr. Norrls I said In his hi ief, "at the, la!" of m,- i two tons per itnni r :suu tons per ,lay, but ill Hie year lull. no a single paper machine was linill by Ihe uian I ufuiiurel'.s 111 the railed States, j "In the month of March, lull, al I Ihe time they were appealing lo your 'committee fur relief, tlnlr reports tu , the bureau of corporaiions showed j that I hey were rostrhiiiig their out I pul below normal eapa'lty to the ox I lent of I .Hi. mill. nun Ions per annum ! or HI ier cent. They were aggravating I Hint rest rh lion by the xport. itiou of 1 1 ' , 7 7 T tons of news print paper in the 1 liseal year of 1 '.' I I . Any unusual enn i dltioii arising dining the year such as j a. strike, a lire, droiighl or blizr.ard, or I shortage of cars or congestion 01 llrali'ie vvould have prccipiluleil a silu : ation similar to I hat in 1 lie fa II of i IIMIT, and Ihe spring "i Cms, when a ! paper panic oust publishers approxl I mutely S I ti, OKI). milk "The paper iniikeis iiiauguraliil a campaign to d"t'T in v esl 1 1 -1 1 1 in new mills and when th, v failed lo stop construction u, any olln-r way ! hey I attacked the credit uf the pi ,i.jeenl i o. those, new mills, and urged haul,.- lot Sli Ktlwaid Hp v. Hi" llrlltsh niiu to refuse Ion ns I" Hie new ,-lt I er- ; bi'i' tor f or.igii ,a li a i is. as a com,, lei, . prises. i Al r, Xoi ris conti ii'i' il dial ti.iy ' ., vile ,1... I',,ll,.,l s-l-.l, s ll.ol Uileel- ...a i ii... le, ,,1'mvIii 1 ,u nr.,.,,,.. Ill, HI. i i I'eacleit against the American nanci' maker and consumer, that "instead of composing the .siticitwn. Ihey provok ed an ugly complication which will require years of intelligent and deli cate handling to adjust. "Nothing enn be done." he argued "by compulsion or tariff threats la1 provide wood for 'the American paper: industry. That day has passed. Can-' ada controls the pulp wood supply. Its authorities lie i-t that they be. oealt wilh upon a reuse'iable basis.' 1 'lo inspect Mi liver lump. j Washington, June . 1 1,-iiry S. l.'.l'c, kclllidgc. assistant secretary nf war, will leave Sunday for Texas (it;, Tex., to inspect the tnuneiive,. camp of tile Seeom.l at my' division. JUNE 7, 1913, ; DELICATE QUESTIONS CAUSE OF FEELING MUHKINtt U ttAttD '. vSH s ll i ll g t "11 , J 'Ml '' t' - iil' pl'IIK l!e , of coiiipu lnu aibll rat ion w t ll H n Into th it, tli.it h is bound the lint' d : h ,i v i Ii t vv . uli -foul' tn at and lesser u nions ,,i last live jears I. lie v, olid for the III si I mi's da nver, unless there . a d' ebh d i banc In seiitlni, nt In the senate, the I, II' Vial l.f tllellH llllee ot I lie treat b -"llieb gave enliolcte ,vli,ice ,, thi" ration's hi lief In u, ll a poll' i nun be impossible. In executive s"i--b'ii tol'igl't. the senate again f Hl-il t" rat- bi I'mwal f the albiliatloti agree. m, 'nls wilh Ci.mI liibnii. Italy aim Spain, vv iii h recntlv ixpind Tins, , i in . cli. .lis provide thai , pi. shorn- i... latili'.. to Ilia ml, l pielatl I ll e alb s, ex, a plle.g llnee that lali'H.I le celt led lhrnlll.il iliploloall. , ll.Ulll.i" nr lllose nl vilal Intel. I. nalt.ni.,1 honor or in- li-l" lldellee slliill be SUIaiiltlcd to The Hague, A simile r li c it v w il n li a nc Pas be n rem w , ,l The main a i c mm nl toiiiu'it ,,in' nv el Itli , -,l,, cli, ill that It Hie II, lit v with Ci I'.litalll is laliied. lii. rue. una i anal lolls ii.e-tions would ila'.e to be submilled I" The llaglle 1 I mring Ih, dist il si, 1. 1 Hi, Japan, Hie sin. ii and I he g, la I a I el iltude i f Ih,- cation towaid canimlsoi", nrlil. llallell was blolll'ht up and led to til' C,o-Ho of vbvs ntteiiv al vaiiuiue Wlt'l ellll. Ill, " Inl" sa, h bin, ling agree. in, nts ill He future A , ml n a i i'. . .a Ih. Hi r, e I ret, 1 1, 1 In 111, ("Iiiuu I i la t i I 'lis cnllllllittee with Insll uetioii. thai th" one with Cleat lilttlll be Ulodiiicd so as to exempt particularly the I'an.uiia canal lolls iplesiioll vv as a bit ii , li ill il . hut pin h iiUe.l debate vv its pi.-dletoil lor lij ture sessions. Smnc M iictnl's shone, ' a nisoosiiion in i rillcisc Hie making i I coinpuls.il iiilutratiou agi'e, mems - if thev ml In cases which do , i'"t a 1 1 ci v ita 1 Inter. r , "- liulependence. national 'lun ,'iiator went mo I ar us to il I 1 , lure: i "Th. I c lliail! people III 111, - 1 nileil Males aim in me senuic.wmi ought to live in Knglaml." Sen, itoi".. w ho did net speak but w ho Pis. uss.'d arbilr.' lion with their col li anno-, during I lie debate expressed Hlc.iileil opinions on me exo n, i ! whi. h tins nation ins hound itself to aigue m: is out before i i. Mils attituoe lias conilcmnc.i us on,' vv hi' h b, enmliig iiilsiimierstoud Ihe v niid and one w I1I1 h throilgl.oli bad appeared to Hie citinl 1 y's disml- j vaiil.i .'e In the Mexican piublein, In li,- ili.-piile wilh Cleat lailain and in Ihe nm re lecelit cull t lliv , I sy with Japan. Many senator were convinced lu- 1 1 pill thai fell uf the t IV I III - 1 1 roe 1 agreements which come up for re j ieWlll In the next few no mills will be i agn i d lo w ilhout a hard li.i.t. Al- I hough I he treaties pro ha I I..' hn v e ; many sii)porters, Chairman I'., eon. of the foreign relations cnnini it Ic, vv is . about the only one who spoke in their i behalf. Ill Spile of his oll'lois. llieltl nl mi ilratinii, Mr. P.aeoii held III" ivlevv that iiiubr Ihe Iditish Irnity, lllle lolls llleslioll si be aibit la I ,,, 1 u i'l expressed entire sviupatiy with tile Calilolnia laud legislation lo I which Japanese have taken exception Senator ' 'bain beiia in was ihe nub member to object to the P.l'ill-ll tnatv yesterday when II first earn, j iqi before Ih" tu nate with the approv al of the foreign relations eommlltee, but in t, might's session Hi, re were j nine setial.il.-, behind him who In one j way or anollier , x,'!', sscl the same View. Ihe lllegoll .n-ll I' IIIUUO 1 I '.' opening argument, beginning utmost as soon as th, doors wen- i lo-cd. lb: tenib-d thai there could be hill" ipiesllon that under the propose,' agreement the a i-bil I llt"d II is qu, Ml If ill llilis.l be ioi ii I , i I ., ml , ra iiecs v i ml i' i. t i"ii ol his position. Scnul"!' i ''inl man. ihaiiinaii of Hi" llltel' uiiie i n nn lis committee in 'direct chai,'e ol Panama bglslaiimi declared in his opinion II Heat! vv . .1 3 1 .1 II"! cov er ll S liillnl' Hll-lOW olieleil ll resolu tion mollifying Hi" treaty so licit Ihe loll questions Wnlllll be exempted spe iifieally. Chairman Uncoil asked lit. somite t" vole against such a proposal, declaring thai no distinctions should be made belWeill different nations hi f.ich a reservation against Croat Cil ia in. Senator lin'oli poiul'd out lhat aside from Ihe tolls question the I niti d Slal, - inichl liinl Itself In coll- i liiiicrsy W'Hi Cieat Crilaln during, the in si five years which It. would lie glad to submit In The Hague. S, natof l.oran took III" stand tliul If the l ulled Slates was wrong; in Its attitud" In the tolls matters It should j take tin- ' maiili " stand and openly admit lis iiii'iiiKe. S. u il, r Newlaiids Mac in an st conipiiNot y mi, illation lilt la V ,,1 e,l I he pi I SU.s' e" ',, . S, l it,, I- VV olUs Ilia, I, ' the speech hllnilug lii the Japanese ,niisil,,u. ih, c.ilifni ma senator defended th" ah, a land law of his state and an l ciiii'1,1 Iim ,li-l i 11, I In the sound I" , r iiit'il' 1 1 in c Willi tne ii. Is ol I , , V , I , 1 i 1. 1 1 Mate I'V til'' halli'lUll H"V . cllilliclit He Was cppo.t, d I" tlia'le" Which Weill, I lilml the slates 111 licit. i, i - ,u iim s,'i i ll w .i tMi;ntnl tmt .it t In -ii' Iti-i-'ii , t th.- s, , i" n that If the ai , 1 1 1 n 1 1 it .11:1 , 1 -incuts aie not lut.ti.'.l lb, lint-; , il Slal,.. tli, 11 ,,iil,l la- I, mind mill lv I Hie se, ,,ll,l llau'lle tlealv, lllli, I' W 111, ll lll .it'f Hilling to the ll'l, I ,l , latioll "t lii all, nr aiislnc In ollu r w i ..I' H"l caopclled lo he. but lan I '.' ntH',1 ill Ihlt fashion If the nallnlls; i i ll, , I I" i ,i I . a Ul' ''il .So I a I a s hot 1 1 I ,,,;i,.J-,,;-:;:;1 th, n 'ilaiiii tin in in Tli,1 II acne or; 11, 'I lis It Hi , s , ,M lent mil 11,1 dl I,, l.d al-.,, ti, th, M.entlv niiio'iiii.', , p. a, i pi Hi el ."si, retail l.ivail V Inch :us pi i , , ,1 lar i tiniich l, e,ilve l.,i,,iai,i, liiat iinti, e Ii,, iii st wral 'c, until, s 'I'!,, Hi lan plan, in I In- opinion ol nialli h pl ,,v e I 1 1 1 1 1 1 u al all l.al in Weill, I I ol s. l,i at .lit r i . nitv ., i.ii in u l, i Slll'i, , I, ,1 In Hie la, .mill oul ti.dav if the nat. . Tin I , . 1 1 1 1, al mo ,i , ,ci I , i , , ( ii 1 1 1 s ,i hv. Hi' let,, e II,, I I .- harp i i UicKm I 11 is laid I,,. I a 1 1 , Hui, ilv I,' Vol, t ollllliaildel' la I,, Ion .1 lor shaiuiiH k ho VV P. I'ailtnn "linn, li'l III," 1 I I i ll, an Oi 1.1,. I, A na l 1, a s , up nt 111. b, .,1 Kin ll. b, n . h'" "ii ,'haiiir... k I V ehai, lie, i' l,. hi .n' W w II I C lailloll is and l nr a tho w hi. v eal I ,o , e,t, ,1 "I I ngliilnl s am in ht. Ilia II. lie has sa II. d 111 ol and I n ' - ill h Is a, hi Iim ea i ,-, , l. inb ,,v , i a pel i,'d of s After Nino tiou Jud Hums of Delibera te Diiects That Nc lict B e Returned Befoie Oil Mo m in:;. 0. MolO.lN.1 K.u.xlV kfVe.Al. tLAI 1 WIMI, I ;, o tin. .1 line il - Th" Jul v lu th . ' ill 11. unite "planting' I Olispll III case, which ii, vv out ol the I aw lime t . i ,v -tile Hike, w is sll'l deliberating 1. 1 fl late hour tonight on Hie ipicstlon of I th,- unlit nf the Ihree ulle'ied eon. spliatois WUIImiii M. Wood, presi dent of the American Woolen com-' puny: I'r, ibi I, k iv AHe.uix, a d;c nuiniifa, luier, and I'cnnis J C0III115, 1 11 I 'nmbrblge dog fa ncler. ' Just before court 1, pencil today, one ,, the Jurors, Morris Sliumuii, t"li Judge Crosby that he hud been up- 1 pioaeped last ulciii Willi an omr 01 J.'ini and a III'- posltinii It In- ivollli agree to vote as dlrecli.l. II Is i-ald the man who approai lied him would lint say for v In. m he was acting, Shiimaii thmigil jh.,t he count iileii ll'y the man and cxplcHhed the opin ion thnt lu 1 uiilil leach a decision "it tl 1 ulellee b tile ulleg. CASE OE 1 IOD I 0 OF JURY wilh. ml hi Ing liiliuciieed upon the senators. Tho public be I olfir. Ho was allowed I Moves a lobbyist is a bad imui uml no to enter Ihe bux wilh hlii eleven fob l.-ii s. Judge Croily direct, d the Jurors toiieikihK tu change It." ilium a verdict ot not guilty on tlm Senator Shli ely, u d'cinocrutic mein 'sixth count of the Indictment, tind bet- of I he finance coinmHtoe, Mini lie i ti return s, .palate verdict.-' on mil , Imi-M of no lobbying Influences nt 1. 1 the oilier live counts, although icfcriiiig to th The ononis, "ily namil. planting" in general, ulflel' In detail. Al midnight, ali-r Ihe buy h.ui l en ,1, ilb, rating nine hours v.ilmuit lesiill. Judge Crosby sent word Hui In would It-il I'.-.'i'll" a V, rdi'i lllllil ii u'.ioi k luiiiuri'ow . lie directed that shuiilil Hi, Jury anive at a verdict In Ihe 111' a lit line. II lllllst be Si ll led. NEW MEXICO OF 'HOPPERS Agricultuial Jepaitment Hand icapped in Fi.'Jit Against In see! Invasion of This;1 State, I MCNINU JO'JL'IA! b 0 1 I t. I.lllli fttWII W'ashiugion, June f,,---1 Ian is K. Smith, the a g r ieuli ni a I ib purl mcnl's enloinoiogieal . poii aiding 111 lh light ii k:iI list a gi-iissliopper Invasion ill Now Mexico, reported today that a state law ci 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 s- llic spreading of polsiius is delaying efforts to el lid leu I, the peslS. iil' ,1. palilil, III ll.lS recolll Uicuied the Use uf a lllixl llle Clllllalll Ing puns green. I.avvy, rs are exaniln lug tlm New Mexico law. which Was llesp: lied lo 'l , V ent llle poisoning of i atl I" in a n mil clieed eoiinli y . to see Whether lis prollslons ale llull-liull. lielilcmint Icr Is 1 voiiei'iilcd. Houston, Tex . June li. liiitcl Stales Contuiissjoui r Jack.-on, in u ih -elsioii lale tonight vimlieu led J-lell-leniiiit Jos, I.. Wier of Hie charge of Implication in the alleged theft of liolhllig 1 nun lie wife of Captain J. S. Cecil W hile w hile the officers Were staiiom d at Port Mi Ki ll. if, W'yo, The i ommlshioner. hoWeVci, held tjiat Mrs. Wier must id urn lo Wyoming to ft. in, I trial lu a federal court, LA PREIENTSPOISON Mr l itrrlrr, Ii nl a M.inlh. l Mull, All trill ll Munlk. hluglr t oiiira, A I riili, PRESTOENT GUfffY OP 0 INTEREST OP T j , v , H' 1 1 ,1 Ul lOWIlbCCll Ul Mltll- Startles Stvatoi'u ;.'aition by Clitic estimation by ciiticisi.u-, W ilson and Seciet Camus, EXECUTIVE'S INFLUENCE HAS BEEN PRONOUNCED ""Senator Weeks Backs Up Col- leanie's Refeience to Pies vsme Brought to Bear From White House, l Ml.lNlhl IU. 'HI, tl'.Al (lAb- A I A 1 I ii ill Mil: t I'll . Jlllie n UUeUpct 'il t'llli W.01 lillell the senate's Inlii' ' In! ," ligation late t",laV, VI hi II K'iiu I ..i i'ovv n-eiel, nf Michigan, r publl 'all. ib'ia,',l ell the M.uul thnt ill-' liii i, nee w I, Id,-. I by 1 'resident Wilnoi land the ihinncrall. si, fit cu'i'iis lip Inn Ih,- niiilvlnit nf (In-tariff bill C'lisll lll('d the "ttc.llest npl'ioa, )i In un due infiin ue. nn tiicinb. m I'f run giisi" thai the iiiv 1 silgaiiiig counnit t, i w imlii be 1, 1 , 1 to I ui'l. Senator Tuivtisiiul criticised the c niiiutiee fur tint having asked nn iii l"i ' of the Kcnatc wliilher the prcsl ih nt had sought to Influence (lieu, ami ip , l.u. d that even though th" 1 pii. idi iit hud not Intended it, hln r, -, , ill ih iiiiniialloti of 'iohbb s" work-, ing in support 01 chung.s In Hie tar lll would fen-e eiliain setiuturs lo vole against nni' ndjiiciils they Kncy' lo be jusl. "Who arc those s, nulora .'" ih.' ; iiiiiiiib d Seiiulo: l!i 1 d. "I don't 1 nr.. to nam.'' anv one," re tell'.. I Miiiitnr Towns. ild. The two i. inocriitlc metiihcrs of the 1 eniiiiiitttee pU Ni nt, Senators Itied nnrl i W ah h, liullgnanlly resettled ntiy ln 1 llinali'ill that Jiehbhiil Wilson lis'1 I used palroliic;e of Ihl'eatM to foren .anyone In support free iiUK'T or trim 'wool. . " iiiovi,'' Mild S'lialur Wal h, "Dint in v i, iv nl tlie sciihiis fUitinueritit nuule tuiu hilig the cx. i utlce, that any hi ti nt, if who has t, stifieij ulreiiily Hilly ! reea 1 led and Intel l og, .ti ll In reference till ri'tn." "I am fur Hint," sahl Senator Nel snii, nini nunilKis of tho loiiiiiilttcv agreed. Si Itlllnr Wi cks. of MuSRftchUMettS, a rii.uidlc.in siiuil'ir, fullovviug Semi tor i'uvv lisciid oil the stall'l, I XpriHSed Ho opinion that "(he executive huJ lla.l lltole lllllil' nee on libs Ihu 11 till the persons who have conn to Wash ington out togither." "Tim statement that tlm pnsiibiit put out In regard to un Iniidloim lobby Influenced the public tiilnd," raid Seti atnr Weeks," nml that has It M efft'Ct ; h natof lllo s to oppose ' the ,r. :id. lit say Hie a measure It lobby, Ints Cf w oi k on Ihe tariff. The Niiiale agreed to extend tlm lime limit fur the lobby Inv iHtigatloii Ivvenly days, or until Jnnr. ;s, 1 lie lieu element Injected into It today pi-nhubly will carrv tlm questioning of selialnls n'.er llllu 11,'Xt Wei k. l'eli. lures of the sn-ciillcd lobbies oil NU gnr, wool, iminlH and liquor, labor, nml other legislation must then be taken tip us Hn- second Hllttfn Uf tho In cut Igalion. Sctuilor Tuwiisend's sliitemcnl- In i elation to President Wilson were not In the forni of charges, Hn expressly said he did hot charge the president with using Improper methods; but lie insisted Plat (he charge that lobble-, i xlsl, il, uml Hie activity of Ihu presi d. nt In support of free wool and free sugar am. united to all "limine. Influ ence.'' even though he did not UHc llle "big lUlek" of patronage. "As lie linn 'lobbyist' Is generally understood," lie said, "and ns I be lieve It, was used by tho president in his i i c'iit si itci'ieiit. upon which this Inv estigalloii was founded, it means no win tries) to secure or proem gislutloii by the line of ineatiH that lute Improper; i y tne omr or pay n, cut of ntuiiej, the grunting or with holding of I'liiors, by Insidious threats, of political opposlti by the use ' .patronage or Ihe division of political .rewards. I know of po iinpropir ilibby..l of that kind. .The neurcat ii ppi iiinii lu undue Inf lut-nt i! exerted ! up,. n nu mbers ol congress, I biiicvo. , In Ihe Infill, nee cm relaed hv the pres j blent and by lb. us" and power ol the I (.ally secret cu Uciu," "Do you mean to say that id lob bying'.'" ilcinundcd Scnutor llcc'i. "A lul I, 1st Is a man who attempts I to Influence legislation iiR.iinst th 1-nuiKl cunvietiun, the conscience and I tin: notions of duty of lie leg'lclator." I . Hired Senator Tow nscnil. "Uecause i of th" Insinuation thai a lobby exists to iiitii.i.'iu e them to vole fur nnicnd j incuts they believe 111, I tllllllt some semitois will riiraln from so voting. : lids Is coercion." ! "Von hciicve thee is a tqieiics of I lobbying from the executive, UN well us from tin1 outside," united Hciialor l iinimlns. "Vis sir. I have uu doubt of It," replied Senator Towr.Miid. "I (Jo not bluinc the txocutiVu uny uiotg ARIFPBILL