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ALBUQUERQUE' MORNING JOURNAL.
TiltTV-l "Til vi:ic. I WW III, n. :. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, 0N!)AY, JUNE ), 1013. LOBBY LEGISLf.TICN LIKELY 10 BE DRASTIC IN RESULTS It Is Believed an Act Will Pass Requiring Representatives of Special Interests to Reg ister in Washii don, TARIFF RATES LOWEST EVER CONTEMPLATED Longest Free List Since Estab lishment of Government; Policies of the President to Prevail, fT MOBNlNa journal nur.iAL I r Aitn wibi J i Washington, Juno x. Neither Pres ident Wilson nor the democratic ui.iii j.grr of the two hrunc'lcs of rotl ytrm (oiild estimate tonight whut el icit the Senate's . I t ' 1 1 1 : i rka hie "lobby investigation" wimi lil have upon the progress of the tariff hill, the eur i,.i,y reform plan or other business of riinsri'ss. In the six days of grilling In which il has Miitij, ( toll senators them-elvos, I ii,. invest i o : 1 1 i 1 1 u coiiiinitlei' Iihh se iiireil iiifoi'iiialioii ami iipetieil up i liaiilielH of inM'Hlii:alioii that are likely to have nil iniportant inl'liienee Ipoll tile whole eolll'.'.e of legislation in (He fnlill'e. l'n siih lit WllsoiiV i li.n t'M th il mi unusually lai'2e "loli . " was ctmiiKi'il In tryinu to Infill i nee chant-'i s In the tariff, formeil the haM for the impiiry now under way, hut it hnx run far oiit-ide the scope of the tariff and has luoiiiiht the Sen ate eoi iltee up to tile eiltt'' ,,r what is cxpeeleil to lie one of the most seai'i hirm ln'iiiinox ever conducted into the ipicstion of legislative inl'lii enee. None of the lilleeed "ll li ists" has Ik (11 ((iiestioned i t, I ut facts Itroiltit out hy senators on the witness stand ami the course the (oliuoitlii' lum d" tcriniiied upon for the future, make it clear that conm'ess will he uranl to consider: A re(;isti'ali"il law, reiUir in ( very l.ilihylM," legislative :iK'lit or othei' person who comes to Wash ington to liil'liii'iice liislatiiin to at once identify himself and the Interests ho represent; t'ie condeiunation, nnd possihle prohiliition of (he present svstein of 'maniifactiii'iii! sent inn nt" in a state, to influence that state's sen ators or representatives upon liny cer tain legislative mutter. The chief inlluence of the lohhy in (iiiry upon the present tariff revision prnhahly w ill coine in i onneetioii with the sugar (in, I wool I'iKhtH, aroiiml which will wav.u much of the forth ciiminn tariff dehale in the senate. Wcll-oi'i-'aiil.ed anil exlensive cain paipjis have liecu shown to exist on l.ot'i sides of the simar tariff iiues tioti; and eystemalio nctilty hy the v. ool protective forces has heen testi fied to l y many senators. l'residcht W ilson's friends in the Semite are Catherine; material as the hearing proe,reses, to support his free siiKiir Htand hy an effort to show that Louisiana, Hawaiian and Potto Itieiui cane growers, and American licet sunar inaniifactiirers, have fx haiistod all possihle means to arouse puhlic Hentimcnt aK.'itnst free sn.ua r. J'ully as 'ii(or(ius a fiwlit will he made on the other side to prove from the testimony of the lohhy hearings, that e.'ino siiRtir refineries, particularly th" Kcdoral ltefiiiini; (ompany, have lioen the hono and sinew of the free suuar campaign nnd would he the chief ben eficiaries if ITosidont Wilson's recom mendations for free siijiar in IStfi, lire carried out. I''rnm the nttittido of mfriioers of the senate committee, it is believed no recommt'lidationH will be mad, against .senators voting upon sched ules of the tariff that might iiffecl their own Interests. Such a prohibi tion would affect many members on one or more Hems. Senators by the dozen liave testified to ownership of farms and newspn pel's nnd in lesser numbers, to Interests in lumber, eoal, paper making, oil, cattle, wool and m ami fa during enterprises. Opposition to tho renewal of arbi tration treaties with liroat Hritain nnd other countries has heroine so acute in tho senate that the new trea ties recently sent in by President Wil son apparently face indefinite delay, and possibly defeat. Another effort will ho made early this week to se cure endorsement of the treaties. As they will go to the democratic caucus, tho tariff rates will be the lowest In history and the Hoe list will bo tho longest. As revised by the sen ate suh-romniitteo and likely to havo tho tipproval of tho finance mniinit teo majority, fio free list will contain, among- other articles, tho following: .Meats, flour, livestock, wheat, prolably with a countervailing duly, probably oats and oatmeal, barley, rye, lumber, ooal, i boots and shoes, breads and biscuits, raw wool, sugar to he free in three years, buckwheat nnd buckwheat flour, cocoa, coffee, tea, corn meal, fish, bananas, jute, hides, India rubber, indigo, cotton seed oil, castor oil, cod liver oil, po tatoes, sago, vegetables, ivory, scwimr machines, typewriters, print paper, steel rails, pig iron, form manganese used in manufacturing steel, photo graph films, and many ehrniirnls used n manuf.'K luring. Free-listing of these article which enter into the daily life of tho average American, democrats believe, will ma terially decrease tho cost of living". Till' i It iS ("! I"W is t ' 1 : 1 1 Plosnlonl Wilson's ri'i'ollltlll'hd.ltiollS Will Stllld. (Mi tin1 flour nl' tin' senate, however, tli republicans ami ntiti-fi'i'i f-1 1 : : i f : i 1 1 1 Wool vleinoi rats, I 1 1 hi' I III.- nl' till-Ill, Jill' pI'lllllillK to gllrl- allll'lld IlirlllS willed Will I CItlMllHi' hllli'll tillH'. ......,,l.l: L. n ..in ii, .1.1 .1.,, lull cvirv I ii Ii nl uii' way nun inn. niv ;iri' hi ;mii izimI I i r .1 1I1 i. 1 1 ttnit wi run 11 1 ' III. hi h weeks. AWFNTISTS ADJOURN WORlf) CONFER!" NCI iv MOMNiNa mum,,. rpr.-iAL irrn wihi' Washington, .Ii s. Tin' world ciiiili i'i iii 1' (if Seventh liny Ai I lit 1st - 1'i.iirl nil. il itM l'l-il.iv quadrennial ses sion m t':i ki Mi;i 1'nrW, Mil., today, n ml t ll lll.;l IHlM (if delegates from all pulls of Hi,, w.irlil I, f( fur their homes. The int 11 , 1 1 tur pla.-o lu.s not yd lil'I'll Selected. The only business transuded today was tin' niioliiliiiciu of Fldor W. I! White, of South l.iiiu asti-r. Mass., as iri -siili'iit of tin. South Afrii'iin union 1 onfi iviiri' willi In 11 l 1 i:.i f t r.- t Capo (own. 11ml of Fhhr A. J. Haysincr. of Xashvillr. Tciin., us presitlrnt of llii' Wist f 11 1 1 i ; 1 11 conference ;!) Vlolini, ul' l.oiio Ileal h Iti-ji-ler. ; I.oi'g Peach, Cal., Juno X. Prior; lnglis, TO j ears old. died today from! Injuries received In the collapse of I tho auditorium approach in the Km I'iro day disaster. ' I le makes the lloi'-ty-ninlli v ictim of the accident. Iiu;l!s came hen Willi Ins wife fifteen i months ago from Nei pawii, Manitoba, whither the reiniins will be taken for burial. , BRIBERY CASE UP FOR TRIAL IN Judge Directs That Checks of j Candidate for United States! Senator Be Brought Into! Court as Evidence, IVY MORNING JOUNNAL BFCCIJ.L Lt'BED WU(1 W( b.-t"r Spiini, W. Ya., June Jmlgr V. S. ' I tf it'll, trial Judge of the legislative btlhi iy rases whi' h were tranifcrred to this county on a oh uge of venue, has iesiii-il a sub poena duces ti dim, i'".iiesteil by coun sel, for Dolt-gale S. P. ll. Phillies. In dicted on the charge of soliciting ami ,'iccepl ing a bribe to vole for William S. Ivlwanls for I nit' d Slates seiiiloi' last January, v. In n the legislature was in si ssioii. Prank A. Smith, treasurer of ih" William S '.viiioiir F.d wards HI com pany and P. '. .MiCoiiilo nv , seen lary. were dircctiil to produce in court all i hecks .' U'.llod by Kdwards and used f.,r campaign purposes between September 1. l'.H-', and May I. P' Pb Tin- court two days ago ipiaslicd a similar subpoena because it demand ed the production of all chocks is sued by Pilwanls or tin- oil company between tilt dates. Tile .'olll't at that time held the subpoena Was loo broad and would bo a dragnet to draw I'al wurds' private a flairs into the bribery ease. . Tlii-cu IliiiM lf in I rout of Train. Colorado Springs, Colo., Juno An unknown man. whoso ilothlng! shows ligns of long wear and hard! travel, was instantly killed when ho j threw' him.-ell in front of a north- bound D. I'-- ''" "'ain lo'hiy. at; Widcticld. nine miles south of hero, apparently with -uicidal intent. He had no money and no marks of iden- i tificalion. LOCKOUT LIKELY TO BE LONG FIGHT Both Contractors and Labor Union Men Profess Con fidence in Ultimate Success in Kansas City Conflict, .V MORNING iOUNL SPECIAL HA.tO Wll Kansas Citv, June K.-H'.th the loaders f the molding Trades Coun cil and of the 2.',a contractors who vestorduv ordered a lockout of all union men on construction jobs in Kansas City, to begin Monday, were optimistic today in their predictions f tlio outcome of the fight. The ron traetors declare the workmen cannot long resist, while tin- Pudding Trades representatives say they are prepared for a long contest. ' The local trouble is (b elan d to be in reality a light between the Ani'-n-catt Federal ion of Labor and the In ternational Prirklaycrs' and Had t ar riers1 unions. Tho unions are noithei members of the federation nor of the Puibllng Trades Council. The light of the labor men is to force the two unions into the national organization. Arraved against the Pudding Trades Conncii, are the local contractors and the two International unions. Com. mpoiur) of Horace Mn lrv Dies. Philadelphia. Juno S. Mark H. Cohh, ii contemporary of Horace Oreo Icy, in newspaper work, private secre tary to Simon Cameron when the lat ter was seen t:n. v of war, and for more lhan PI years an official of the Flitted States mint, in this city, died at his home here today of old oge. N WEST VA FOR CONTROL SUFFRAGETTE WHD'PRDBE BY SENATE'DEMDGRATS REVISE THRFIA HFRSF! F I fiflMPI IMTFIi RY i TARIFF Pm 1P.Y IIIIIL.II llbllUbbl I UUIIII UIUIIILU Ul Illllll I I w I. u UNDER KING'S FEDERALCQURT III RADICAL HORSE, DEAD INDICTMENTS 1 INNER i m ! . " " " "'" Emilv Wilding Davison, Iniuiee at Epsom Downs Race Com se, First Martyr to Mil itant Cause, MADE FIGHT FOR LIFE DESPITE HER INJURIES Lauded by Sisters in Battle for Ballot as Heroii e and One Always to Be Remembered for Terrible Sacrifice, ,BT MIINNINa JOUNNAl UPtl'IAl. t lAltEO Wtftl! l.cmlon, Juno s. Fmiiv Wilding Davison, lb.- first inattvr to tho mil itant efforts ot women to obtain suf frage, dli'ii t.itla.v at the l''.isiiin hos pital i.s the result of a fl.ntl'te oi the skull sustained in an attempt to slop tlio king's horse, Aiiiinr, during the running ot tho Deri y on Wednes day last. iuil the matron of the hos pital and two nurses were I'l-' sent at the deathbed. A few moments before her death a few eoioraih'S draped the screen SUI'lolllltllllg the I ul Willi the fateful colois of the Women's Social and Political union which she wore when -he made iu. sensational attempt to intoilere with the groat , lassie of th' Piilisli turf. Miss Davison had evidently expect cd to gain the track at Tatteiihain corner in time to Interrupt and scat ter the field, but was detained a mo incut by a spectator, who tried to re-,-tiiiin her. She reached the track In lime to b,. struck by the king s horse, which was running in the ruck. Tho woman turned a cotiipbte somersault, coining down ai russ the legu of Joe ley Join s, who hail been b it prone and unconscious alter the fall of his mount. She struck on lo-r Ik.i.i i.nd it was believed at first thai her thick hair had savid In r from more than coin nsso ii, put a later examination silo , Veil a fl'aet'.Ue of the base of the skull. An operation was poifoinn'd but the case was hopeless. Miss Davison was noted for In r daring feats In behalf of militancy, lino of her earliest exploits was lo barricade herself in a ell, ami she was only subdued with the aid of a fire hose. ( m another occasion, she cast herself down a flight of stairs in jail and was seriously injured. She was one of the most persistent inv.'nb I 01'! I the bouse nl commons, vviiun .-lie gaim il at one lini" by way of (be ail' shaft. Her last exploit before the fatal episode was tin- assaulling of a Papli-t clergyman in the belief thai ho was Chancellor l.loyd (b-oigo. The inquest will be held Tuesday. Tho funeral will take place In London and members of the Women's Cocial ard Political union will take a prom inent pari. v Speaking with great emotion at a Hyde park meeting this a f lernoon, Mrs. Despard said s'10 hoped that the case of Miss Davison would kindle a I lame In the souls of men which would end Ih" present awful situation. Mi-s .McCowan, another su I'l 'fagotti loader, said Miss Davison had given her life to call attention lo the wrongs of women. She knew Miss Davison had alwavs held the v It vv that a wom an's life would have lo bo sacrificed before the women of Ibis country would get justice. In striking eonirast to the moelliigf of th" Conslilulional society in Hyde park this afternoon, which met with only mild heckling, attempts of the W. S. P. P. speakers to address the crowd resulted in considerable disord er and a number of lights between the inali' bodyguards of the women, and spectators. At one point, tho women W( re rush ed off their feet and the police bad to remove them from the park. Several arrests were made. The Daily Sketch has received n message Pom Christobcl Purikhurst, who is now in Paris, in which she said: ".Miss Davison dinl lor women, .-n. did this to '-ll attention to .I-.-..-,., j am) Win fo r them th' their vote. The government's refusal to grant Un vote drove her to make h.-r protest. The argument has not convinced .Mr. Asquith of the serlousnets of his posi tion, but perhaps tho woman's death will. "Miss Davison's memory will live in w omaii's lu art and history for nil time. There will be a public funeral In honor of ibis soldier who has f i 11- en in the war lor ireeuom. (,llM)S'f MI M STAIII I.S i;ri;M.n nv si rniAbimi's Hampton. Fug.. June S. Tho court grand stand at Hurst park was de stroyed by fire shortly after mitlnig'it. The flames spread lo the other stands' of the famous race course and also to the stables. The fire le believed to Pave been tho work of sul fragcttos. I'alal i:plo-iiin in Submarine. Milfordhaven, Wales, June ti. An explosion occurred today in the origin.' room of the submarine 10.-.1. "no man was mortally injured and ten others severely burned. Among the injured are Commander W. L. Moore and Fie engineer. 1:1 iiquiry, BcAinni'm This Week,! Expected t,o fake Broadei ; Scope Than Was Con-torn-; plated by oin, MANY WITNESSES TO , APPEAR AND TESTIFY Borah Heads One Section of Committee by Which Gen eral Conditions in Pistiiot Aie to Be Foamed, (V MOMNINO JOUKNAt 4PrAL llllfD WlHIl Washington, June V -Cool 'runted by ,i. complii atcd situation, constantly growing more involved, the senate sub. committor named to Investigate Wist Virginia o.il strike comlii nuis, will leave for 'liai b "toll tonml tow lib-lit. I'.xaiolnatii'it of witnesM's will begin Tuesday, with the apu trance of seoios of minors summoned by the adonis of the I ' n it 1 1 Mine Workers, to testify ill r' latum to charges that the VV'ol'kiU'H III the Plllllt Click and Cabin Creek coal fields are kt pi in a slate nf virtual peonage. Si Halo' Pi. lab, o'f Idaho, who has especial charge of this In .i m il of the invisll gat'uin, will hear tin Hist witnesses. Paul .1. Paulson, of the Fnite.l Mine Winkers, lias linn in West Virginia for a wrrk collecting w iinesses. itml if Is cvpecteii that he will have on hand about i, no liiitnlrttl men in give their experiences in the Wi st irginia coal mines. Thcv will be followed by wit-iies-os t'Stifving as to alleged inter ference with the postal service by mine guards, violations of tin- immi gration laws, the shipment of arms and amiiiuiillioii into the strike terri tory ami the "arrest, trial and convic tion of i itleiiH lit violation t.f the con stitution or law-.'' Tli" si ii in ' 1 1 'i i ' ' n it nl of tile indict ments In the federal coi.rta of officer. o t,. Pllited .Mine WnlTrrs ' " 'Tgi'd with having' i (inspired Willi to.il op otatois In pi litis.-. Iv a tiia. ' Miio. In.li.ina ami Illinois to embarrass Wo't Vir ginia mine owners by pi'iiuioMiur the strike iiml the news of further labor oulbleaks lu the X.'vv Pivir coal la id of Wisl Virginia, have complicated Hie strike situation cinec the senate adopted its resolution autlioriim; tho inquiry. The charge ,,t' i iin-.pii a-,v on Hie pall of the operators In other stales to caii'o lioubl,. in the West Viiginla In Ids is one of Ibo points i ml. iii id in I he senate !' solution and the indictment may force the senators lo limit m 1 1 1 i i , 1 1 1 y their efforts on this point. Senator Marline, of New Jer sey, has charge of Hiis bram h of the inquiry, and ho will bo very careful In calling and examining witnesses to avoid all possibility in giving immu nity to a ny'lTelidcl's who might later lie called lo account Hiioiu'li llu eourlH. Intimations of mine opera 1 1 us who wire here last week that the advent of the coiumilloii into tho strike one might inllatne tlio miners and cause the cauldron of discontent again to bubble over, did not frighten I he In vest iga tot s. However, if then, is any appearance of a recurrence of riot and disorder tho committee may de cide to leave Ibo strike district and return to Washington for a "long dis tance inquiry." When it became known officially tonight that the Mine Workers' of llclals were indicted, surprise was ex pressed in a number of (iiaiTors. At torney (leiieial Mepcynolds, who re turned tonight from New York, de clared he knevv nothing of tho pro posed prosecution, whll" ollur offi cials of the government likewise dis claimed knowledge of the matter. Tho declaration was made that sel dom was su. h prosecution undertaken without censulting with the depart ment of justice. .Nothing, according to the department officials, had been brought lo their attention in connec tion with the case. iiou p. 1 1 i t' i : di:mi:s t o vmm it t y i:.isii:n Cumberland, Mil., June S. John P. White, president of the Failed Mine Workers of America. Indiotied wil'i oilier officials In the federal court at Charleston, W. Va., on charges of vio lating the Sherman anti-trust law, re turned here tonight, flom Plaillo. lie said: "There is no foundation for the ac tion taken. The charge that wo hive been in league Willi operators s nil. Mini and ridiculous. We will be amp ly able lo make clear that no sin ll col lusion existed or even was thought of." ,CUBAN STEAMSHIP i REPORTED ON FIRE (BY MOHNINO lOUBHAv Pt'-'At. t f ASK D WIMI New York. June k.-- A win le.-s de spatch w;ts received hen- early this motning saying the Cuban steaui'-h p Olintla was on fire in her No. 1 hold, which was being' flooded. The di spatch nddeil that the Hindu was making for the nearest port, but did not giv o her position. The (iliiubi sailed from New Yolk last Friday wit'i p.ts-cngci's an.l mer chandise for Cuban potts. Livestock, Fiesh Meats, Gian s, F lour and Other Pioduots on Froo List With Stiiiu- At tached. DUTIES IMPOSED IN RECIPROCAL FORM Canada and Ainontiua Must 0ha:"p Laws Beloie they Aie Allowed Lmestiiolod Amcican M.rukct, (V MO-NINU inuMHAl BCt.-lAl If A0 Vll Woshmgton. June x Lev isiim their policy again, democratic haihis in Hi,, senate have il.-ehlod lo put a ,'. mil. rvMling d.itv on imports of livi'sioek and urn ins. H'-h meals. II, in and oilier grain products. These agi . n It ui al pro.lui Is lire to b, classed In the Hoe list. Ill accord ance With th" locel-l decision nlte" a coiit'ei . lie,, with Pieslibiit Wilson. but liny Will be 1,'eo-ltsleil Willi a suing lo tb"iu i ouiilet v , iiliiii: dutv no . hi-' thai Ih,. l ull, il Mates will chill " o oil I'll ,,u is of i utile, slu op, bogs, w Iii at, Hour and sin h pio.lu. Is, a tluiv i om pcnsatoiv lo am dutv tluv mav be t barged by am tin r ounti v a't.iins' America or her cxpoils ot the -am" ei iiiiui. ilili. s. This dot i.-ior. has b. "U readied In the senate finance Silb-comillitteo. Ill tlial-e of III,' .IKI'ieUllui al Sihedlli.'. i,l t. r iepo.it. d confer, noes w Ith other Hirudins of the final ommillei and (Iciiu't rallc senators particiiiai I) Inliiisted in ugrioii4lutnl law mater ial and pioilnt la. Hy the Imposition ,,r th anleivalling duly, the paitv loaders now believe they will sali-lv ,. ..; s In ily, Isriinrs, millets, nianu fai Hirers, sim e nil are to be tr, al. d alike an I the I' inner i ininot claim ,iial h- li.i.sliik ainl wiosit air to compete with Ilia! ol Ml' Ii ' o -"Ii ' a- ( ' , . i -, i . t i and At I'eiitiiui on on uu equal hi, sis. I nib r the In in ; of Mich an ar rangement as "s now proposed, live stock and grain w dl be a.iioitt. il flee from . , u n I ii, m whiih Impose no du ties mi Hull Itnpiiil lii'i'i this ioiiii H y. SlU old I 'ii nail. i. A I -.' nt ina or any , (unit i v vvlil-h now h.i-i sin h ag ,1, t lira I pi'otlm Is "ii the dutiable :t, tbteiuiitie to remove Hllell du tics any time, they automatically U, III. I L'O I" the llllli -ll i l"d ll'.'l' li"t of Ibis iialioii. p.trlv ll- their ileiili.T.ilii.na Hie si n to loaders decided that the Cites Hi' tlie-e law materials and their pro ducts iiiiisI I e equalized, but bow I' tl, it was the problt in. Tlio finance :u b-eom mil tec decid ed last week to put a small dul v on aP of Ihi'so agi u iilliiral piodm Is, tak ing meats ami Hour llolll the Flldel- wooil free list. J'liblieali f Hiis aioiiMotl a protest and l'n sltlcnl Wil son himself was opposed to the plan, in the vi iv next dav the suli-coni- 11, iltee lloeltlell tl, change HlC polil'V and vol' d that I lie products should come ill In e to aid in the general of ' i t to I educe t lie cost of Hvillli. Since that ib ei.,ou, the di n ratio lei, dors found tin nisolv os in l,ol water again. From uTtuin agi ii till ura I countries farmers foal an Invasion If such prod in ts are mid ill ia bio. As a n Milt, the decision was reached to re -Hurt to the eoiiiilirvuiliui' policy, which will be recon n, led to the fi- nnrrr c. Inmitlee late tills Week. Keen then there may be breakers i.boiul for Ibis mud) hii f I'd 1 1 d-n botil sehi dnie Peg,, rding pilnt pa'.'er, which lb" Piiilcrw'ood bill places on the free list, but w hii h cei laiii s. nati' leaders thin1; should be given a measure of protec tion as a lctalliition lor Canadian re -stii'lions on wooil and pulp, a now Idea has been suggested. Instead of puttliiL' a flat countervailing duly on I I i ti t paper, the sub-onminlttee in charge of Hie schedule has suggested liici rp( rating In the I ill a provision thai, unless restrictions on export of wood and pulp arc removed within a, Milam specified time, then a dutv ,(,ua to any export charged Imposed by any country, should ho assessed. No decision has In on it h bed yet on tills point. AUTO RECKLESSLY DRIVEN HITS BUGGY (BY MORNIHa JOURNAL flPtCIAL L. lAffin WItU j (mialii, Ni l ., Juno s.- -Tearing a' top -pood thioiigh Smith (uiiu'ia In un automobile, J. A. Moore, of Council llliill's. wiih four companions, ran Into :i buggy, seriously injured the driver, I Mis. Thus. Orcni", South (Uiuihii, and; slichllv Injured four of lo r party. Tim buggy was hurled I'l ft toot. Mrs. Oreeno was lemovd lo a hospital. Moore was hold by the police pend j illg UU invest iga to. I I V I ' OIPIS IV.TI III 1 IV I'H) ACCIDFYI 1 Alienloi"), S. le. Juno s. -Five Abel'-' deia young women wore Injured, i'.ui seriously, in an automobile areiden' mi 111 bore today. The machine struck j a rut In lln- road and turned overj tvviei . TAi r PASSES DAY IN WASHINGTON CIIY invM. it n i m i.'i.iinm r At trrritA.ri . ' llilli i "II. .1 nil.' V. I'. V i'. for Hi" loi'iiuiiilv Ui K lo'il'N i about tin' tin of il ' -ill' HI, Kol'lllrr I'll 'il'lrtlt William II. Till might have Iiiiui' itHil hi, i -rli' in: mi in tho I. id' lloii.ti' to on II Mil. ii.l.-il i Inn. Ii .il Ml Soul I nil ii Mil. .1 lo i ' Ii" vv oi .iil.i '. w In n ll,. Was p 1 I' III. III. all. I t'll.llli'l P. M ill' , In loi no i -i-i ri l i n , w m w Mil Iilio M i'. Tail w i . i gin -1 of Si n.i I. ! Now liiinl-', of "i "Hi i. .11 linn In on -ill'!' w hi. h 1 0'l"l il o I he I 'ollll- I I Inl., it In I " ho no I loan v old , 111. Hill I ;t i .1 (.'l . i 11 ill his lot. or b.V Mi ... Mul. el l'n ,it. Int. m. II,. will he :t i' in .( of Sp. .no I' i 'I n k :il Into In on Ininol'i-ou . in III" I . -.1. on, ml of I he hoiix,. . h. H tin1 iuueiilv .1 ml mini.ritv I. .1.1 ii 111 Ih" In. 'i-.' ,i!w w ill he I'll! SIS. S TEFANSSDN NOW IS READY FOR TRI 'II Ui.tCtflC l.H.nilAI Kn. IAI I, w,B IRf ) V 1 1 lolla, I! C . .Pin.- X Vllll.lalni.tr SI I. ill' son, the A l'i lie i p.,i i r, nl' liv id at I : quima nil V i sli rdav a lid look ih. ii go of the work ol preparing Hie .xp'ililnu whiih he wtU bml inl" the H lie llli-l ! U'llllier I -r si u liliflo reset, n h mill, r the an-pi. i s of the i 'ana. ban gov , i nno at. A II of Hie eqlllpllli III has bet 11 I'" i "I V .1 i ' . pi I .UIIO s, ii i ll je instill mints, which ale ,vi.. ei,, pmniirow M r ,-lt la ii- -on - ii, tin- i peilii nui wool. I nave for N'.iiie, Alu-h,,, in .1 ( . vv ,l,;v-. Y Dr. Chailes A, Biisas, Convict ed of Heresy by Pies byterian General Assembly, Succumbs to Pneumonia. IT MORNINII JOUNNAI. fl.'AI. tKAtIO WIRf Now York, .llllle S. The Hev. Dr. Ci, liici Augustus l'.rlgi.'s, one of the most widely known theologians of the country, tiled, tod, iv nt his liotne In this t itv. Ho was 7'.' years old. Death re volt, I fiom pin iitiu.ii'u. Ill' I'l ig ' ,' 1 le IV. I" In I in I Hi. ai Thoi high al H.qvliiiirv, who," Ii,. had hi I 1 oi.ipb n il his fni H.'th ; 1 al' as a lo.ioliei'. The ui' ab r pait of his life Pad been devoicd to Hie seminary. Dr. Puggs was a l'n sbv terlan min Isti r and I uion Tlieolog iea I st mliiarv h, vvbli Ii ho w as a professor, was a pi e -b.v lei 1. 111 mis 111 n ion. w In n in lM'' lie was charged with heresy. The Vw V01 k I 'r. 1 bv h ry itequitled him on the 1 barge but ho was tried and convicted of lierenv and suspended f 1 tin' Pr. hbv ti 1 i.in miiil- li v bv the general assembly "f lb'' ' hul'ch in IMi.i, I '11 inn seminary withdrew from lis 1 oiinietioii wlih that denomination ami sol it-elf up as a university of Hu-ologv, fastened to no seel. The accusation against Dr. Pliggs was that he taught n breaking away Ii.. 111 the eonlurv-olil linos of Fleshy. Ii'iliin llioiighl. Desiring lo continue in the minis try, Dr. Pliggs a few days afterwards pies,nte, himself for ordination as a preacher in the Protestant Fplsoopal church. In linili he entered the Kpis copaloiin ministry, passing through all Ibo picllmlnary singes licit would con front a ny la v man seek ing lo attain 11 pulpit in that ileiiiiminal ion. He continiicil 111. iinvv bile, as a professor at I'llioll. lother and Daughter Crushed to Death by Coaches Which Tumble Fiom Track Upon Their House, IBY MOHNINO JOURNAL BPKCIAL I.IAICD WISH llluelields. W Yn., June S.--A Wl.tll an and her daughter and two train men were killed early today, in ' spot laciilar wreck of a fad Norlolk ,v Western railroad freight li.iin at Cleveland, Va. Several trainmen wire till 111 (1- The train, diawn bv I wo en gines, bifl the rails anil rolled down iin embankment, 1 rushing the home of Mrs, Sarah nwotis. .Mrs. Owens and her 1 T-vear-olil daughter, who vm re slill asleep In their nods, were killed. Knginoer Oiliisph and Fireman Stevvait were ea light tinder the en gines ami crushed to death. The engi 10 or and lueinaii of Hie second en gine jumped, but sustained probable fatal i n.i ill i' S. One Killed: IH Injured III Wreck. Me A l.ster. 1. kla,, .lane S, Mrs. Cioi'Le W. Lewis, of Kansas Pity, Mo . iv. i killed and forfv -ei'.'ht prr-mi" j Wire injur, ll, ol.lv "IM I- M , when soldi) bound w.w llger H'alll , v. . 11 .a- in.. vtiK.oM'i Kansas -! 'l'i 1 x 1 s railrii.nl si 1 U a horse mid was ili.r.iilcd pear .t Alesh-r today. f the injured. Henry Walker, a negro pol ler, w i.. 1 si liiiii The Iniurlos of Hie oth ers are principally minor cuts bruiscH. and NOTED THEOLOGIAN DIES I UNION SEMINAR FOUR KILLED WHEN CARS FALL DDI EIAN1ENT IIt f urrier, fit nl Mi.nl h. Itr Mull. Art rllla Miilllll. himlM I uiilfHi, A lnl. CHADS CONTINUES THROUGHOUT ALL 0 I IN REPUBLIC No Effort Is to Be Made to Ro captuie Matamoras at Early Date, All Available Ttoops Boiii.', Requiied Elsewhere, ZACATECAS IN HANDS OF INSURRECTO FORCE Government Acting Ferocious ly Against Zapatista Bands in State of Morelos; Amer icans Leave Country, 'V Mt.NIIINll JIlllKNAt Illllll I VAKO Wllirl MiXlio City, June K. The govern ment will imt iillomtit In recapture Mat, inn ins hnnietliatdv. It will tirgan I'.c as Hi'lUl Its posslbln 11 column of :',imiii 1111 11, but for tho present tin so tn. ops aie not available. The gun boat Vi la Ciiih, on which it was In tended to sen, 1 a font' tl. Mill II 111 I't'llH to dislodge the rebel", still Is at Vel'll crust. The war th p irlmi lit lb Hies thai 'A talciiiM, capital of the Slate nf th" same name, has bet ll takt ll by rebels, but declares fighlimc Mill continues there. Private Inlm million, however, u ntil ms tlio fall of the town and iitbls that the n bds are moving to tho south against Annan Calb nlcs, ami that Saliilb. Is In ibingt r of attack. The rebels tire pi'ae tlcully in eoutrol of a I most all tint rural legions In th" north. An nr.n IneliidliiH the state of .irutoiisi puiHiigu and blw si 1 Hons of Conhiilla, Chihuahua. Sonera. Nruvo I, eon mid TainuullPas, is isn liited, tho only tunvii receive,! helnif b) an ociiiMloiial courier or refugee. The atllvlly of lollt sld.s In the state of Mil hoacan resembles a t,'Hn of burr ainl hounds, the rebels eap ti rirm Uivvns only to evneuato them before lh puriiiln foiieiuls surrntind them. Tin' hionolone of the eluiso ti broken at tones b.v sklfmlsb.'S whii h, .11 1 of, Iii, i.- to tdlnial n polls, the fed- I I I Is. illll'I'.'l Will, In Mui'Hoh, tho ttovei nnu nt lu lakcii pIlsunerM, some of them In fights, but most of them simple resi dents nf the villaRi'S 1 harm terl,e, n Zapata syuipathixei'M. Most of thesn have boon foiled Inlo the fotirral army: some have boon senl to Quin tain. m tri ritory, nnd tin' rruiiiinUrf have boon shot. The Zapata adher ents, however, still maintain their e tlvlty, but some of the hands Inivn changed their field of operations to the neighboring state of Mexico. Yes terday they raptured Tonnnclngo, un liiipnrlanl mining town of that stale. in the northern Vera 'run district. In which thole ate many American farmers and ell well workers, the rebels have mail,' fresh advances, ul though the government professes to have received no news on this sot.r. . It Is reported that 100 more Amer icans are lo be removed front Tnin- itlcii this week on the steamer Mi x- Icnno, chartered by the Ited fund to (any refugees Hum t'ross Vera Cruz. Tile Mexliaiio, which Will scheduled to sail Wednesday Vera 1 'rue. has I eon hdd for from addi- tlonal refugees hi nt from the capital anil for Hie mobilization of other rrfu M'os at Tampion. 1:1 itiitr to imiiti: m.wm i:ds i i;i. i tiov Ivigle Pass, Texas. June S. tlen- in I 1. 111 It, Planco, who directed tho successful rebel attack on Matamoras, Mi x., last week, reported to Vonustla- 1110 ( ni'i'aiizu, const 11 inn.miiist leaner, today that he had been approat hrd with an offer of 110(1, (Mill pesos If ho ! would betray Carrunza and join tho forces of President lluerlu. Planed lopoited thai ho had caused the ar rest of the federal emissary, Pruno ITievino, who presented credentials from (io'ernor ConznloN, oi mo state of Nuevo Leon, ami that 'ie had been sentenced to death by a eolirt martial. It is assumed the sentence was ear ned out, Citrranza, to whom Trevlno appealed, refusing to interfere. Tre vlno win: one of tho leaders of the Moiilorcv revolt of last February. ( I. A I : I I IX TWO Ol I H I Its IN M l.MOIt.S Hi ow iisv llle, Tt xas, Juno K. A gen eralship in Pie federal army, In addi tion to :ii!(l,iili0 pesos, was tho price offered Ooiieral Luolo IJIanco, eom- luondor id the victorious "constitu tionalist" forces In Matamoras, If he and his army would Join ami swear 1 lloglanco to Iho Hucrta government, according In Franei-eo Jose Mujlea. ciilef of si. iff of (li'ticral Planco. Illaiiou's staff was offered the same rank in Iho federal army as now held by them In the const itullonalkst army, M uilci says. The offer was made by (ieiieral Trevino, of Monterey, Gon otal Fernando Oolizales, chief of the lederal army In Nimvo Leon and Oen ciat Juan do DioH Arx.iinendl, chief of turns at Victoria, according to Mu- lion. II was matle verbally and bi.ui.'lil to Matamoras b.v Captain la. no. 'iioviuo, aoeoiopituied b.t a, ru ral.', Trevlno was executed this mornluK The ruralo is in prison, Anlonlii l:, lias.irota was also ex eciilod In Matanioitis this morning. Ho whs a eaplain of volunteers in tht lot bral force of Mutnmoras nnd wns capture. 1 on tlio liio Crautlo jester-