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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
Tiiiitrv-ruTii vi:n. toi, -x.ni. x, II, II Cnrrirr. 0 OttU n Month. l. Mull, ,MI rnu n Muiilli. Muni t ,tt,i, A ( tut. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 191: SEMATDHS TO CAB TBHEL 15 OF S Paint and Cabin Creeks Are Peaceful, All Militia Com panies Having Left Scei es of Recent Strike. LITTLE INFORMATION IS SECURED ON TRIP Houses for Laboring People mih IS II Generally Bad; One Camp:hei.a,i never approved th.,., ami had ,, ,, fl . i,,.,. n il ! ordered all of the prisoners rele.ihed, Has Y, M, C. A, With Baths id., pit,- ti... fa,t umt i had m.ifi..-n.i. and Reading Room, if MORN I NO JUUttiAi. tPCC.At LCA&LD WlNt) ClliU'lt'CtUll. W, Va J HII'' Aninng the Hit If miners' cabins, tu, k nl away in tlif nooks and crannies ,l the Wist Virginia mountains, the I ' 1 1 i f 1 States senate Mih-coiimiitlcc ymi'-iit today the truth about the strike v,,,,( ii nus disrupt! d the state f..r ninri' tlinii a car. All day long a special train carrying the senators. visited the mining the niinint; tumps in rami creek and Cabin creek. HroupH oi mountain turn ami wom en with their children about them, w.re startled and a lilile awed l y the iialdeii appearance of the senators, lawttrs, mine opt -lalor.-, stenonraph i is and newspaper men at the dnors of their little homes. The bi,-iness I'lie company stores, rave up to t'ie si nato Hsls ol the "hir.ll prices" whli h were rjvrn ns one of the strike i aires, and the dust beKiimed miners, i.ounil to cr from the pits that un.'-'t ll..- sides of mountains were ipie-tion- d in the roads. As a method of scciii'ilm tlelinitr bslimony, the all-day trip proved un n odiictive, but the t oinmitt' e was en a tiled lo secure a first hand view ol tin- condition- In the field. The last ol' the state troops struck their tents and h it IV strike v.mio today just lis Ihe train cut ryint; the im e--t i':ators anile.) into 1'iiltit Creek ,1 um lien tiller,, 'military headquartei s had bein maintained. "Today's trip was valuable." saal Senator Swanson. chairman of th, senate sub-eiiiiiiiiiltee, when he r, ached (,'hiirlcston at ! o'clo, k to uivlit. "bciuilse it enabled us to fix the yeographleal outline of the idiin try in our minds." ThroiiKhont tl.r entire trip the coiu mittee did not see a single disturb aia e or sinn of disoidi r, and not an armed man was met in the district' where t'ie militia have confiscated , hundred-- of rifles, revolvers and shot guns. A iiiiiet reigned that seemed1 almost unnatural except where a stir of activity centered about a gash In the mountainside whiih, half hidden by the forest, marked a mine. A half dismantled sheet iron sli.-.l used; as a fori, and a number of bullet-1 riddled houses were the only signs I the committee saw of the state of virtual civ il war which lately existed, j These and a lew strikers' camps w ith ; less than half a hundred union miners' living in tents were all that was left, of the strike, so far as tile committee cuiild tell. Cabin creek ami Paint creek valleys he parallel about three miles apart nnil the eoinmilteo's special train went directly to the; heatl of Cabin creek.: the alley nearest Charleston, where tu an impromptu stop at Curium mln irg tamp, the committee first detrain-1 d. A hurried look I'lrotigh one hoarding house where in t o rooms , eight cots were huddled in confusion' and dirt, was all the committee had , time fur. At Dacota, the next stop, the sena b is were shown what wan believed to be a model mining cump. A Y. j M. C, A. building w ith reading; rooms, j hath and an outdoor sleeping porch j was one of the features and a mov ing picture show fur the miners was another. C. A. Cahcll, the owner of; the mines at Dacota, showed t'ie! committee about the camp, and ex- ( P'ainrd the workings of a soft drink ' plant which muniifai ttn'cd "pop" for) the miners. , Senator Kcns'im's inter, st in the; bousing arrangements and his Interest: in a conversation with the wife ol Irish miner nearly marooned him l lie next stop. Kayford. The spci ali at train moved off. leaving the sciiator i,. i,i,,.i i,,. a .,u it v..u nulling out of sight, tin? senator, hat in ti-icks '.ashed down thr slope to th signullins frantically. The train was stopped and he was taken aboard. At Acme and ICskdale. the commit tee examined KCores of tne coinpaii' ' houses, rented to the minor "ere two room or four room many in a state of bad repair, a table with some trinket-', s. The.v hoUSt'S A bed ami ! chair were t'ie UMial furniture of one; the rooms and a rough kitchen ta ble and a stove eouipped th" other. ''uunso! for the companies explained to the committee that the older of these houses were rented lor 1 '' loom a month. Representatives of the strikers with the partv saitl tln n el-ape rent was six to eight dollars ' month. In the CaMn creek field, the train v as -topped for a time after it had n over a burning railroad bridge, while the train crew- put out the fire. Governor Hatfield declined tonight to submit to the senate mine strike 1 i-'iiiniittee the record of the trials before the militarv committee which of III.' Kt 1 tk t; state during I ilhlell II, H- ;irlct Ol lie ! this Spring. Ill a letter to III,' eoiiiinlttee Hie govi rnor said that th. fin. lilies of In.' committee In these cases never It it I ; 1 l e. Ti approved, ami the men had Iron; idcapcd, and he desired to keep til.'1 'reeoldx lor Use ill Seeking indictment-' I in the civil courts. To make them I iihlie at this time, he said, would be ' " . I r j 1 1 1 1 I a I to tile n t . 1 it- pent e." j (iiivemor llutlltid '" letter was pie : scute, I to til' committee at tonights .session bv the el, -I k of tin mini' I tee. j "My attention 'las In en railed by I the ndjiitant general," said the letter. "to a Mieiona demanding mil'tnii 'iccnl'ds and commission reports. "Willi lelelellee to the (dlikc, I was indueted Into office Mareh I. and j ! to conditions prior to that time. I 'have knowledge only through the i n uspap, -t's. 1'nd. r the predee, ov, Imililuiy law was eslal'lished In the 'Ml ike llslrlit thr, e times. A turn i mission was In existence w hen I came j Into ofiiee and alout eighty prison- eis Were In Jail. I wanted pence and harmony, us the situation set men thr, nteniiig." The governor wrote that 'le care fully considered each if 111' Hi lions In the strike situation n ml that with l-ef- ,. i.. tii.. ontii.ru to,w- iii his hand '. lent rvideticr In the natlir,. or yoiun ilary ninfessions In the uise of some lint for reasons of prudence, 1 or tiered the disc'iaiKe id all. Mv ob ject wait to rc-tore law and order, ami i u.,v- t.i.ett KiieCe ssful. and until sides iat , made mutual concessions. would rcspectl'ully su;:m'St." en- i eluded the letter. "Illat it Would be prejudicial to the peace to make the leeords you want pnldlt at this linn. 1 want to keep theiii so that when I! can be l.rotiMht about without daiii;er of liiflamine public opinion. 1 tan pre sent them to the ciil t units and se rnre ii'dictimnts and trial- of limn accused hy this The eoiiimitt luiide with the i-v Itlciice.' e Will probably eo tietts of t'ie govcr nor and i ieclll'e the iiake no further Hurts t' records of tin se trials. Covernor Hatfield lMied b proclamation raising martial the strike district. Juiliir Advocate Ceilcral t '. might 'aw in b ulge . aiithoi it Wallace, w ho was the I' gal of the military commission in the trikc mm', d, femied the conduct of the eoiniui-sloii under military law he tore the commission. 11c said that he believed under the authority of the v.ivi rimr tin- commission in tin- mar trlal law zone had plenary powers. "We had the tight to s, nt , lierdci- to death." he said, nee an i'liibl whatever law th chief of the force: t oinmaiult r-in- f tile Stale Se- l.rt d Mv conlciiti. Ul is tn it in in'- thci.irr ef ar the chief of the force The governor, when coriiiiiaiiilei-bi-malcs the law. ie declared mar- tint law. recognized that the constl- tutioii had been suspended on Paint ;il Cabin creeks and he sent u- the (o restore it. IV c cxi ieis. ,, ... s, that Is all." er cross examination. Judge plitt e S bUlll Walla, .aid thai he had been l.m Oi'tt fee for tlcl, tilling loe ooo-i-ominission case lak-n to the su- a t jry cunt of appeals ol Hie i-iate. pi fine Warden 1. Hrown, ot the siaie prn - teliliarv. t: stilieil that miniaiy pi is- eatcd no differently Horn ni'i-is were tn civil court prisoners. Tile committee then minors who said they vented from getting mine guards. heard (to vera I iad been pre thcir mail by ANOTHER IISIT TO CAPITOL Wooclrow Wilson Searches in ' Vaif for Senators Who Are Attending Ball Games or Are Playing Golf, MO.NISO JOURNAL f.P'CIAt. VtA.iiB ' Washington, Jun Wilson made aliotm Itol today, hut in'" whom he intended j. -presiucui r trip to the cap I ,,, the senators to sec were ab- . base-recre- sent playing go,r, waicning ilk ball gam. otherwise cent on III scs- atlon, us the senate was not sion. The president ual "l s he was coming, deciding on of the moment to go to his .ml won. the spur 'other of- a,.,." ns ibr nresidcllt s l' ,i. in in the " ........ ... i,...i l j capitol Ih being called, alter m- "" away for the afternoon riiic started lie had a list, of twellty-one scnaioi.s with whom he hoped to talk aooui ' the appointment f all intiusiriai comiuittct Only six answered a can sident remained but a llt- and the prcs tle while. II. Chamberlain discussed with senau'is uml liibiriuai! the , uiUili'atiou treaties status of the which are up for r, nettal. and winch he still hopes may be approved. that f-t i- After there v the president tllscovcreil re no more senators in nsed the newly mstalle'i in his room and informed l.aue at the department of. deuce. In telephone Secretary Interior that he was coming io . rview him. It was another preec- th, hit d, at added to the list, for ran iy n." a president gone culling on a cabinet officer. Mr. Wilson had some routine matters to tpseuss with M r. Ume, re membered that Hie latter had asked for a conference, and that no hour had been set, so he disposed "f it snmmariiv and Went riding later tlnoiigh liock Creek park. The presi dent probably will make another trip, to the capitol tomorrow to discuss-appointments. tlMlk PRESIDENT IKES Mi SUFFRAGETARIFF BILL II GOVERNiVlENT NOT E, F C. E, Sebastian of Los An.-elcs Makes Plea for Ballot foil Fair Six Governme as Aid to Good it, t IIA'.IQ AIM I 1 J. - - 1'int i) s m niir ti If tinl.iy. I'. W Hi llilf,l. JlllH' Ktili l .i Ui' ;im jt int . 1 1 rllnit- wan inl . . m ;i It ti C. K. Si ha-lian. , hlof ,.f police of I Angeles, Ciil., ill all addr. ss before the closing session ol' the n initial eon -volition of the hit, rnaliotial Asoiia tio, of Police Chi, K Chief Sebastian ll. . laletl thai "through suilr.igo. r. , "gull ie of po licewomen in I .ox Aim I. x had been obtained and crime had been mater ially lcducetl." .xnlYraKr, he add. .1, had help, d to brink down Hie false modesty which had pi-ctenicd public discussion of sia probb ins. The chiefs , hose I ! la ml llitpids, .Mich., as tli.lr next Hireling 1 place mi,) rc- le. led all of! leers c. eet the the s ' r e a 1 1 1 - a t -1 1 r 1 1 , s . iTr ft no llNUIOI tU Ab tlLAUb OF NEW YORK VICE; V MOWNtNn jnUKNIL tPri lAl. I II5ID WIAK1 i w York, June 1:', Two vtninin ami two men. alleged loads of th, i "vice trust" in New Sork. wci,. in djcttd by the grand in ry this after tiooli and wariants for lloir arrest is.-ue.l. It is feared, however, that all four havi lied to llurope. According to the district attorney's olfice, th.-t conducti ,1 a chain of .1 isoiderlt houses. rUemlillg f I "In Kit! lit rent ll t", I'ol tv-s. . olid street. j LPISTIT II 51 Explosion in Manholes of Pa-i; cific Gas and Electric Com-' pany Alleged to Be Woik of Striking Employes, j LESSENS GRIM FUCISCO RESIDENCES 1 wool, the most troublesome m Indole!,. ,v MoaHINO JUURNAl BPiClAV LCAbCD Until of the tal'ili eiinlililltillg Hie pitrty, San Krancisco. June IJ.-.-The po-j mlvanced another slag" today wilh lice of this city arc I" inling every f- - unftcring .ilteratioii, when the rut toward ascertaining the idcnl lly ! ,, moci at ic members of the linaiice ol the pel sons w ho cMiloib d ilv namil'1 I committee approved them as they in several iiiariioles of the I'acilic (la'' puss. , the house. These schedules are and Kb i-p ic company early tmlav . The cvpb .-ioiis thr, w the cplire res- I Ideiilittl tli-trhis into darkness. Streei ; lights, as wcfl as those in hemes and i hospitals, were c'.tlngiilshrd. t plosions breaking Hie electric il. tile uml' rvroiind system. In tel tit cs tonight lUTt stctl man Khriin liter, a chaiiffer. i that he conveyed two Minpert. drr. Ilcr- glng nidi ' to the district: ill w hleh the d nainlte i , was used. (irfhials of Hie Pacific (las ami Klcctrie company asseit that the ex pl, slons were tile work of their sllik- einploves, while oHiccis oi Hie ; ,ng cuii n eharue the corporation plotting' its own distress. In ord 1 obtain g, cater poller protection ' i ii lil If sv inpathy. wit It I r to, ami NEW SCANDALS IN ENGLISH POLITICS I BY MOPNIN6 JOURNAL "H.IAt- I f. U WIRf I London. Juno 1 1'.- -Scandals con necting members of Ihe Kritish gov t mine, it vv iih speculation in nil, some what resembling those disclosed In .Marconi shares, it Is reported, ma', bring about a fresh parliamentary sensation in Kngland. The (ilobe hints toda.t thai the books of a slock broker who recent ly went into bankruptcy, show that Kurd Murray, of Klibank. invested a considerable a unt of tin- funds of the liberal parly in oil sbans. par ticularly those of a Mexican com pany which had obtained large gov ernment contracts. CITIZENSHIP CASE IN WASHINGTON STATE, V MUKNINI1 JOURNAL SHOAL If A9CD Wll Seattle, Wash.. June I '.'.- -Tin stale; superior ami supreme toiiibs have no; jurisdiction in citizenship appeals, ac cording to the ruling of Superior Judge A. W. Krater loda , "hen he, refused to sign the statement of lact. for an iipp.l to th'- slate supreme court from his decision several months ago denying citizenship to Meyer Corellck, who was Hie ccnlral ligiiic in Ihe tailors' strike, called lu re last vviiu, r hy the Industrial Wolkcis cf the World. Judge Krater held lhat an appeal in citizenship matters could be taken only to the federal courts and agreed with ("nlted States liistrict Attorney Charles K. Kidinil that the conferring of citizenship was a matter of grace and not of right. lb-cord l or 'lliree Mom"-' Kontlon, Julie 1-. A i-v record for three bourn was e,l here tonight by H. '. K. covered -1 miles, 3 47 yardi Walk. ,' walking II, PASS SENATE BY VERY LITTLE MARGIN Measuie Neaily j Considei alien Ready foi in l!pH'i i House; Demoeialic Caucus to Take Action Fiist, BELIEVED PRESIDENT CAN WIN HIS POINT', Woolen and Suga Pass Appi oval of Finance Conii r Schedules j ol Majoiity' niltiv; Mai-: 's Vote Necessaiy, MOBNIN J JOUNNAt IH il ,A'l Ift'ltBI Wa -hliuioii, June IL', -The ,l.-i'i"-alie "stet ring coiiiinittee," ,.f the llale. w as t .1 Ibd illl" a 1 1, Hi lab dat. to clear the w, ii in that hoilv ii for the- tarilf f vision bill. As a n -Milt of the ini itiii anil of it p.'i'lh !' , cited from the llnaiue eom in it I .. numbers of th" "ste, ling , onimill.e' said tonight they L.liei.d the tariff bill w oiil.l get ba. I. into 1 be s.-natc before the cud of lu st We, k. The "steeling colli 111 it I oc" Was lll- loiiiiiil by Senator Thomas, who also Is a member of the tin. in. e eominil I, e. that tin- tariff bill could be com pleted and letiirneil to the senate liexl week. Several oilier nietiil'iis of tile illl. Ill c collllllltlei . ll.iWeVl l. I'V- pn ssetl doubt tonight, as to the prob ability of ibis being accomplished. I ! ci i ' n 1 1 lie u, la 1 1 ' 1 ll s vv.-rc made ,,ul 111 the ,la bv Setel.ll lie I n ic I .1 1 ' piomlneiiily blciillli.il with the ad ministration forces that lb. s, ual. caiicic be deferred until Senators Swaiison, Shields and Marline had returned from their w,,il, with the Inv e t Igal lllg eollllliilt. e in W. St ll - ginia, i'lie narrovv margin l which the adniinist rat ion I'.ieis control Ih" senate ill support ol tile .president's wool and suaar pi e-la m, m kes ll liercss.il f. Ill til. ir opinion, t" hat, ali deiiioerals pres. il at Hie caiu lis ind I lie dcmiirr.itii members of the omliiltlee will be called back from West Virginia t" participate In the caucus. It is proposed that the caucus shall be a binding one, pinking ev ery senator to tote for the bill as ap proved. I' it," s,.o;a, in nil"' .'en,.-- en,. ,,- j ,w- ,,, th,. tlemocratic i T)(, caucus vote on sugar v, m ,.ii eonlroM-rsv as I a ileus, and wool i w bother j.,., i,ient Wilson's tariff policy is to receive the party support. Tin b ailers do not expect thai r part v in. He than to support tin-'',, senators will refusi the sch more to pass, .1 V doles ami if tin re are no as I lui ll lhat. the bill can be illl the vole of the V lee pi'esl- nt. .lolili Slialp Williams, chaninan oi the sub-coniniiltee In liiarge of the administrative l.alniis of the lii d'Tivood bill, slaithd incnibfis of tile Una, ice colllllilllee toda.t. when he proposed that a . t.miiil: sion be ap pointed In Sillily the rlllile illlesllon of tariff ailnilnlsliatlon, ami io.u meanwhile v isiciis of permitted t clatle bills, liciillhs tb tin ailiniiiislraiii'c I"'"- he Pat lle-Aldr'nil law be i stand ill the new dcino i me ol ihe principal tlif . siib-eiiiniiiiltee has en countered has b. en the plot, sion in .i, i'iiii,.ritn.i,l bill leu ul, ing foreign manufacturers lo submit their h. inks and ' il l s llll- In elSeU "I ,1 i .-il I U t '' t Vlllll 1 1 lolls Ihe t the provisions de.-lgiied bt and means commute, to pr .ut tier-v a hi, it ion. 'rhe committeemen also hat, ll, III trot, Id, in eiido.n '.ring to modify lb proposed ailinini'iration feature which would give the s. cl-etart o the treasury authority to protiaiu gcm ral import tables. After mailt weeks of ninth ing I lies' oucstiiius Sen. ibir Williams had eon eluded it. would In the whole tariff lion to i iimb wise to turn otcr iilminlstrativ c sec slon t,,, coiisi.-.l o' officer of tin- ,-us- three senators, ail . Ioiiik div ision of Iii Ireasui-t ami an official familiar linai appro'- f the il , pi; I t Ml With CIIStlilUH ollllllittee ina.li this i 1 , t it hotv nt of Jus iiflatrs. lily did vi r. a lid tlcl. The mil lermlned that the cumin II itself. should work out the probn im- iiiiit. The smb-commlltee will another report tomorrow. mal-e MOTHER'S MEMORY RESTORED BY BABY IRV MORN, IIO JOUHNAL HCIAL ltlO ,RI uttawa. Kan., June 1 - - i'hioiigit the prattle "f her :'- ear-ohl daugh tor, Mrs. Kiini.-e Ake, of ( in llle. ''al . who was taken li'iin a Missouri Pa cific train Iot.- Tuesday, uneonsehuis. was able loilay p. recall her blt-ntilt. Mrs. Ake was on her way t Hrazil. Ind. When taken firm the train there biui-'e on h, r face. She I' -gain- W as e,l con call In Toda lilt llle. mother of her VIOIISI1, ail could lO'l ll, 1 I'he nn in.-. the nul.--e asla-d Ho- girl Italic Ake." she atistveled. Inard and solved the mvst ivvn Identity, sim does not member the cans,- of her becno unconscious. big FAVORABLE TO NEW PLAN llaiiiman Lines No Dissolution PI a n When Couit Order meiging Was NLnf Neaiei s Than for Dn- A, t till t M 1 Attoi net 1 1, n il nolli c to. la' ,IS oppos.-d i. i SI r.lol. .lane IJ. .Ill ,M I ;. t II. 'Id- Hi I t i 1 that tile rut , I nil, i 111 w ' fit Inn the t III. -II I'netl I I In I cMellMt'U ol lime lailiea.l lur t aliiii w bi li to ill of . Mi .'lilt. ti ll. I. Inn. s Hi ll. 1 f So I bt 1 1 'I -III. I II I'll i 1 ' Upl clue , I now II I" to I'llil. ,1 he v II.. i net -J ml a -at :, he. linn--, ill I pi. , lei a v'ttim lie I , il': and an- Stat. in ml anil li. I r o I,. I. ...i.l I i.in II. ...u and la Hie il, .. lilt, on j. i to i,is I,, the i. i a . ,.i .. posed l.t Ho i i , 1 1 ,..i, .., g, tt ing I I ,a its $ i :i; le.'i.iMM' w "i tii oi ,-:..in 1,1 I II Pat 11 IC ste, k. Mi M, lb t in .Ids il. . I I Ii.il Ir- ei.lllil ee ,, ,,l..e, lion (.1 III. pi epos, it e, i,ani,e bt the railroad of .,s,nio', -nun worth of lis Southern I'acili. lo, k I a till le 1 "la 11 one I hint of its tel., I holdings). Id :i.iiilii. tt , 11 111 ,.f Haltiiiiofe and lino i!."k h. Id bt I be p. mi- t It II III. I 1 .1 1 l! "II 1 1 lie i. - k. ,1 Ho court li r a In Ii f t inc. butt ev el . W II hill tt III' ll I" I II V 1 s lg 1 le llle Sloe leads il holdings of the t. 'lis t'al Ite.l. pi 1 mission lion Was S"ll .aii.pl. no nt a I ti.ilat Alter heal ell belli Side in' limb r adt al, tii n I on. ll: Ihe ol ,1' .11 III. it . ii'-lht nil I. H I :,', 1 1 I ' I e 1 1 1 - the tn i t - til' l-iel' FOUR KILLED Eii giiic, at High Speed, Plunger Into Pullman Car Filled With Passeni-'eis; Wonder Th.it So Lilile llaim Results, lY HUMKINA nl,KNl. rt' ' A I. l.ttKlll WIKl St it 1 1 1 IH til . i 'nun . .1 une I :'. Ion I persons w , n killed and mailt in i jure, I, some si i ioiil.t , in a i en r eoHi-.ii, ii lo.lat on Hie in;. In III! i ml of Jin N. w York! New Haven Hartford ; railroad, opposite the lo, nl passenger depot, VV llcll III,' seen, id section : SprillUlield evpt'ess, west clashed into the lust section j was .1 1 1 m I li av ing Ihe station. I The first section ..I the train was mail, up at lioslon. rt iieln of the bound tt hhil w liii ll i here , mi time, but was halted t iciitarily to chain:" the power from steiiiu to ' i leeirbilt . While awaiting unlets t. proceed, ll curve Into the plllllgeil the M.eolld section I'oilllllcil al high speed and crashed last Cullman car. The engine through Um car for loltv r... i. This that inure Olllligllt is H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .' 1 1 1 HI' tins persons well linen ami were iml killed .nsldeicd miraculous, usly vvitli the crash, the vv reel, age took fire. The blaze was easily extinguished, however. Karly ul rivals on the scene found i liov. Anthony Ib bler, a I'atholle i piles! of New York. lly din ctlm the work of rescue. Although in.inreil : himseir, he n l us, , I,, go b. a hospil al until others, more set I, mult hurl, bad be n t.il.t a can of. He I-' al Hit , Stamford hospital w ill I Telling of his . Ma lic, " w as sealed al'.ui' lit injiii i' -. he said lib. in' liiiilltlit III III.' tt.is- no wai'iillig. just Pullman. Th a smash whole ear mil Ihe next lii'lint was l"l'S'. tu.-v t. Men and llolll'll seellli ,il in the mi I in b. almost sa-pi no .iinl lh. re was a in, is,-' , . i t tiling i ml .in. Tl pt Ihe cs unceit able I it ing a nil seemed " aping steam and the Hie box Ibal .out III. Ill, 'lie I hot e b'ltst of In ,. , p. agon,' bl.it, tt n i ' 1 1 coals li m Illl Iplo I h, in, "i. Women sf seicnus ess ami terror, and th" i i i, s ol men, some in niorin i lilb-,1 the air. The women w ci e , is tint were lilted mil of Ho ,s with Id, mil j laces and toi ll and cut bo'lie i i:i.im I i It C M wo i n 4 . i : i : sl(. II S, Vork, .lime l:. All " III go en olll nl. llle oil w I bit in l oad li, re ti'iin Hi al ee of III III I I'ol , I. lo- sce . SI. lie the New i.-iiid I the tt l.eek al Still i oim, hell', I loll. home toilm. said tliil t'hnii. engineer "f tin- si eomi an past both the ilisi,,u! and agnali , eio h s, I at ilitn-o r. ami ll Il ll"! ti.u but stnt jusl .: o 1 1 1 -; v, In I ol i dl, till' I. ll" lilt ll'il I he en to la eiitv null - a n sliiuii the fli.'l s.c put mi tin- air br.ii.e, si em I o tt otit . it vt a. reversed his engine d, lb., i ollisl H i uircil N'. itb- rit nor his lireioaii was liurt. of the heavy engine rather i . 1 1 i in s spe, d ea IIS. il the , , .1 tic in 1st hi If d. dared i, ling to M. W. Cliggs, of SI. pn.-.-cngfr In Hie car which ii. I.. I In- engine plough d tw o tliroinii Ho- ear. liriggs. In Was thrown over the scat in iml f. II prostrate on Ho- Hour n ; el ' a llllllg gil l el ll Hi I "I I Ihii-tl j seat !' ! front. beside The tin- a Iliai. pilot oppcl ,!' the colliding locoino- : Olllt II few I' f rom 1 1 10 HURT III TIM WRECK TRUST ML FIIOD W TO BUY OUT OR CRUSH III HliRHNO lDt',1.41. irieki II :." tYIf lie-ton, ,1 line I .'. ' e allt a s tit lo but out mil conil'etlbiis and If they ib'll'l sell. We . I 1imI tlli lll." Thin slateineiil tt.iN attributed t" WilP-nn I'.arboui. t b e president of th" l ulled ,'hoc Ma, blneit c'liipaiiv. h .lame- . IVil l u;li. of New Vol It. U Wltlle-S for tile KoM Tlllllelll, todat III III,, dlssolulion pl'ort'i'dlllK" lllialnst the I'nltcl eoiiipant i..it.ikIi claim id that th' statement of Harbour was a threat made to him for the pur- pi.M' el' elTe, tin.; a sale lo the t inted, of tb,. Standard Shoe Machlncit com- p. nt of Huston, with which he was ci. inn , ted at one time The Wlttlc- ti stilled that he tie . lui' d b sell and that later the coin pan, Weill llllo Hie hand.- el II lci,l ei . BRYAN PRESENTED WITH CRAPE JUICEiOPPONENTS OF SUGAR I t AUI I) lAlltl 1 A ,h lei-atl. ,i-Pi ot 111. hi ..I on ." ,1. -pa 1 1 111 f it li a tc 1 1 'li, ,1 a lie I .' I, .Oil. I 'a 1 . bosilii ss men . a M ; :" 1, 1 eta 1 1 I 'a t a 11 .it t he ut p. d.it 'and present,-,! 'um 1 1. ipc ! it lib 1 .pi , lit ill 1. 1' I 'a III .1 in. I I a 11 ell. a It j'i lis tt o.ul ease lie , I iptl.-li plate The a id Mis I :t t all iiia de t In in. 111 Hie w 1.1 Id, bin t h 1. 11 v l.lpc 1., i I tt.ailil b el,, .nil ill.' hen Pol , l. ib lliiiti il I" tit Ho- I 'a ll' or 1, Tb. Hi. b i.b I -. tt In i ,1 I, In a). pi "i .il 0 1 .1 b.. 1 ii"ion pi ". ' t. al " 1 alb d 01 S. I I i t. , I S bull. MM I III 1 "lltl 1 lane mid lonii-ht r,,n. i to the 1 'a lit'oi nil ib I. UK I lit! ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF WHITE SLAVERY; IKY Ml'INlN J.ll'-IHAI- I L I. tttlt) N1RI IJ. Chained slave .'.tstooi, I'll. Ll Colo, .lull.' I ing a tt till. w lib opcl , li i .ml I'ila i. line Inlo lie I 1. I III "le. oil i. loiado Kills, were , W .VI. 'l. ... I'lll r anil I'. I', 'lull Hie poll, c to, I. it . in all. 'ted I The li hs tloloan is 'l ull., lie is i b; I n-a la ss a v. elit II known III Pueblo. ;. .1 tt II Ii acting a" f till Ht t, in. It I I tt .. w nun n .it c it -tt oi kci in l.inndi ', " 'alleged that the land among Ihe in. I mad. , ii av it oil, is to no c il b- ol i ii 1. 1 t or a llil II is . bal g. rm. .us s.i la I n a lid lives Ihmii v At I' a.'t on,- girl. I went I., Ibiloii, N. M . in , f, il. At i Pica ilelli e ol Ib .llbi.ils h-i iiininiHt In II.,! Cllllt . I I' . pn I . . lulu, s. The a notified. nil pi . lied nine th, mil trial licc'isct w as s, t lei .Inn. MANY ARRESTS FOR SIIEFKET'S MURDERi IV MONINt JOURNAL fftaAL lHAfO I'liiistuntiiioiilc. .linn- I- -Miin.v nr II sis have been I, mile III eonncllloli with Hie assasslnalloii if Silielkel Pasha. Among the alleged i nii.-iplra -(. is In tlic hands ol Hie authorities Is ic lii-riil Sallo Pasha, a former nldc to the sultan. A paper loiiiul on nne o, ihe orison.!- coiil. lined tie .If' r f ul I, reward let the assassination the gliiinl vl.br, signed by a ti ti i ii 1 1 , ol the opposition purl. i n KkM'l. ding le ( old impa, Itui,. sinkcs I ii it 1 1 hi . Kin., .lane l-J. The cold bid Tampa today tilth a T tt a t t ,-uipc 1 1 u I , I..I degrees, iicing no I.' In tile hisloiy of I Ill- colih si cllt. .Inn Russia Expected lo Settle Dif ficulties Between Bukaiia, Scivia a i itl Gieecc; I ieire Baltic Reported, 'rv M.inNilia Ji..u' I, oild, ill. .Ill tit lentil. II of llle II oi Ihe liiissinn Hr,.ii l lsrj mt .!. i iflii ial eoiifir -i ol I he ill" pbllicl llil In Moll ll Ho Is laelin,., bid dip lev c III, I, pol t lo I. alkan alb I. mi 1 1, .ii In col I c l Pnlgari.i si ill b. it i ,.i e ii I iii in' d --iin a, c. !s "I' ll Ho- four pic lend I" il, la.t ,1 tine "I ib tali li in, I, as a I il I" Hie II,. , mi, as, as Hi.u ' in., 1 1 ' is Tin pi oi.lil ,nis. le prellilel e for the e which 1,111,1' t am llillgal'la prima l ift was rrspollMl- H, ic holf , i,l. nil of Ho- Unci s lik.lv ii iiil. r s. to pi ma in In llle III V, pint i r II I li..l she w "Hid b, the pit Illicit ua l , nib , ppo. lag sin ..lisisti nl ly lias 'I' ll 1 1-1 1 1 1 ra I um i in ' 'e da's mi to out . II II, hon, I II While . Uiielini cl Ka il i 'I Hie lit IV nn in nip, A S , I, gl ,-i I", la a. S' lll 1 1 i. I 'pal ' h lie iii .In .I, ,! Wt tin. ",i 'V i.isi. an" I tr.iiisiin.-.'ion. I ' lol Is a ' ul -Icib el-it . , ngageiiieiil be-IPilgai-H ii tni S.-i-v inns. Th ml an alla.i, at the Jun, -, s-i i v I,. li and l 1 1 i i It lines. . , p,,s,.,l, bill llcsllltolV . lit 111 lied , t ideal ft lo!' I I"' , p Still!-'. the Ihllglll i Ul n a Si i v Ian . ' uiit.-r-at lack. ,1, at, ions ;iio! t ti i . a Ihe lidgats in 1 1. ,il o th 'I hey v. . I , pghting e purpose strength f. l w Mi -onli K.iu II. to I'acilic .1 nil, dull! solicitor. 12.- .Illllg. ems general piir-oiis. John Maibb alt. a net for Tt'Mts i a il tt . general s"h H,' y. I itol M i.ssoiii I. k;i nsii.s and ns resigned to become of fie Missouri Pi suine bis new duties his to ail'tuiil lei's at cific. He will a Julv 1. making APhis.uii. ARBITRATION lift! PUT All El TO BALKAN IR O B LITERATURE T F More Than Tiftee, Thousand Pities Hindred Sent Out Fiee of Cost by Senatjr II, C, Luil.-o. DUTY ALSO ACTIVE jChaiU'e Made in Text of Docu ment Altei It Had Been Or dered Piintcd; Sh'.natuic Is Unlawfully Affixed, !? MOItS, M'l iewlt'.At IML.II. IIA9IU WlNVl a iiiiu Ion. June 1 llnvv the veiimuiit prtiiling tilflec and the pi 1 1 ' r t hi liglil ag i in' -inn i Hie K'll ' , I. m 1 1 mi nl help, ,1 In tic Inst ir, ,. atir.ar and the con I f i a nil si nt l oti" of ant I :,,r literature , irculatllii; t Ii 1 1 in c In ,vi I Hie land, tins brought out today by the ".finite lobby luvestlgat II. hi i Truman il Pnlhnr. Washington ' It prcscllta 1 1 V e of the lillletl Stales sugar Indiistrv, was on the stand the entire, lav and under u swet pilot cross. , , v.i tn I n ; 1 1 Itui, testified that more than I , .".ini, null copies of argument in be- '.alf ol beet Hlll'.ur had be, tl turned out I.) the government printing olfice. ; made pul lb- documents by order of i miiiri si and llthl.'ii oil the frank sciiutitl'H and tcprcseiiliillv cs In th" end ot the counliy, postage free. "Sugar at a giant e," prepared by him, In- said, had attained a lircula , lion ot ::i;ii,iiii copb h under the iliank of Sonnler l.odge. "li, port of the I'lnancc Com lull tee," by the same ' senator, had bcnleii Ihe pamphlet h mi. nun copies. 'I he franks nl Senator 1 Sniooi, fi'i'im r Senators 'CurtlM uml ilil.k, and the lute Kept ,-eiitat lv e Malln. former lieprcsctitativr plck- c'l and K' pi, Mcnlntlvc .Marti,, hnd welled the total lo more than a mll- linn uml a half. The" Pi inling of sonic of this num ber had been paid for hy Ihe beet HitjLt.tr I pie. the Willies slid, but the ill or postage had saved them about i si's, una, Mr. Palunr developed that "Suga'' 1 1, a Second Chim e, " w hich he Inti , mated was Inspired hy the Kcdcral i Sugar Helming company, uml was an 'argument In behalf of free miliar, also ,loi l n mintc l an a public tlocti- i n-. .,1. . incut a In I circiuaico iiiiu.i Ing p,ii Ib gcs. lie did not say, nor did the committee mil, whose frank was ll-'etl. Mr. Palmer Maid lhat Ihe ''fit men hud spent about 1 (ll'.IK'O In tltrlr campaign againsl free sugar ulnve lliiii. About J. 'in, nun had been used since last Xotciuber and about H (.mill of that ,1 tutiii lit since tin.' beginning of Ihe prisent congress Hcsslun. Mm b of It had 1 n stient In "ptib- laity rk." In luiiitlng. sal.iri' " aim in ,1 siad sum In motion pictures,. a g' the beet producer 111 m as sociation Were aisesticu jtooto loll, hc last iicsessiiient be- I I Ills pel' log made In April, biingllig In about . f I t.iiili), and the . i mi lv . abotil tl i previous one In r eb- . , n H li. Much of lh" day vviih Hpeiit bt I ll" In tl.v Ing to Hud out all the how 'Sugar ut a (ilaiiee" 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 1 M Of came (' I ' printed as a public doeii- Although Mr. Calmer was incut. grilled for Ihrce hoins on practically mithliig else, tt hen he hit llle stand the commlllei no li "aid tit y were aboiil as miiiii in I'm dark ns they I were when the pamphlet was fh'sl mchlloneil. palmer said Lodge made July, I ',i I -. tin that when Senator speech on sugar in charts siibieitucnl It i, nl In III' walls of Hi piimphlet iter" on Hi" H. iiale thainlar. Seiia- lor l.odgi Hie seiial ol.talncl the periiilsshm ol p. have them piinlcl as a iloeiiin. nt At coinpanv lug arts, M t . Palm, r ileiiareil, rtalii printed slnelH coiitaln r intoimiitloii. public these i I W ere cl ing sag ijiieslioti. ,1 bv nicmbci s ol Ihe com mlttee, the witness said thai alter the .1,. .l is' had been Si ill to the gov crn- ,, prinliiig offhf ii nil proofs in,,. I. ,i,,l ttliile bad bcell lliade in of III, in. In i were not 1 : Ho n ion . ; printing ' ' 1 paled In ' 'able. This pn, ill covered tlial ine.v ,,, Italic tor publication, lie hail sent Ihein to u private ,m ,1 n and hud them pre , fashion If thought silit- . be maintained, was lone ! it ith tb, uml In- know b ilge of Senator l.otigc, m i, bled that he was acting iintoi- III tin- mutter. lm- the se Mrllibf I eii sill pris of I he committee ' xpi css- I tin t anv oir' should in any ... .a i i.. I IV I t wav change sum, lliin-,' iitiuooo.. . I. printed bt thr senate. Tin d'- ,,,,, thai fie peril, ss,.. . ,.s i 1 1 1 .-tl by on .lult - . nalor l.odt-'e tor tiriiiiint. .,ii, that one of several usur-i of 'Sugar at a i ; la nee," i-flerred p. ,, order ol the senate on August I In Ihe same matter. The s. .-olid order I'cieiieu to o.n" ITniiiaii (l. Palmer and I Ut pal cl by pill piirte .,1 1. 1 be signed by naries t.. ileum tl. then secretaiv or ine seii- Mr. Palmer said he supposed that , ,br had been made and that m. I,.,, it In the ptoofs of the churls ii i the printing office. The I'me i.i.Kloiml Kecoi-tl. of August 1, ac- , or, lima to Senator Cummins., nhowcti I no such order nor did the Journal of 0 R UGH 10 OF SENATOR