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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TILSDAY, DECEMBER :, 1913. DhIIv. by Currier or Mall, 0 a lonili. Mnglfi Onptas c ;;';. . x. . fiilftBftiOfJ1 CHIHUAHUA CITY TO VIGTflHIOUS INSURHECTDS lack of Food and Cutting Off of Water Supply Arc Given as Reasons for Evacuation of Stronghold, VILLA PREPARES TO TAKE MEXICO CITY Hi;oita Supporters Flee To ward American Border to Escape From Clutches of Constitutionalist Chieftain, ,f MOAN INS JOURNAL SPtCIAL Lf 4fO WISH .).,.!, .Mc:; Dec. 1.-Hut her than -line starvuiiuii, the federal troops ,vr evaeua'cd 'hihua hila City, hi. il has I. eel) under lliege fur Weeks ...i.iiiii: to i:dv! -cm received tonight , lien.' Kriin.-co Villa, tin' rcl el 1,1,1 The v ii. -nation leaves the i v open to possession by the n l - The re ort received l.y Villa was j - ,st Salvador Men ado, military mv eim.r of the slate, with federal n ps, h:ni leTi on foot for ojinga, on the lulled Si ites liordef near Mai fa, ".as. that liriirrals Jose Ynez Salu ;.,r and Pasnial orozo with mule 1 1 , , . ii i.iiioi fed. nils had relieated to the mountains went of the city and thai I-unilred-4 i,f civilians, inrliiilin,; w, .ineli and children, who were on the yei(fe ..f starvation, had started i.nt to walls to the fnitfil Stales bor der. Ih sides 1 ring- the capital of th Mate, Chihuahua, wilh a population noniially of IM.O'lO, is the metropolU .1 noi-ihern Mixi.o. Neither in the Maiicro revolution nor in the pred ial iiprlsinK has Chihuahua hee-i liiiven Ironi the federals. lis Karri 8Mii ti nil the commandiiiK poHitions for (liarpsho. iters i mi machine nuns, uf l'i nleil hy the I'athedral and the puh 1 i t Ii u i!il lr- f-'H, heretofore had pre-K-ii'id a 1'iriTiiilal'le harrier to viilcrf. Had the rehels reached the lily and Ihe federals resisted, it was l.i II, veil thnt .t finht in the city would have iesiiUo.1 in great loss of life and inoperty. Conditions in the city were saiil to he such that life there was no limner civluiahlc. The Spanish vlada-t v.hiih convey.-il water Irom the moun ta.ns was repotied to have heen ih siioycd and the food supplies ex hausted. Cineral Villa toninht teleKraphed 1. tails of the evaluation to Ccneral Carranza at llermosillo, stalinH: that the proposed advance of the rehels southward to Mexico City would now l e expedited. The possession of the city, he said, would make rehel terri tory of the country slraiKht through In Zaeatei "is and operations would he Kin al'out that city and at Agnus '!' end s. Aniotii! the hcsiegeil citizens at Chi huahua, who are helieved to ho seekin? lefiuto elsewheie, were Juan Creel, a hunker and illative of Knriiiue Creel, fanner support, r of President liaz. and Alhert Terru.as, a wealthy land o ner. flenoral Villa said Kederico Moy", a prominent merchant, hud heen iHinied civil Kovernor of Chihualui'i stale, his selection heing hased on the hehef ihat he would he nrcepta hle to Ike rehels. 'The report of the capitulation of Chihuahua is anthoritio," said Villi. "It came to me In an official dispatch, whi.-h said the city was evacuated on Sunday. A rehel courier at once set out and rode iao miles northward, where he met the rehel advance Kuanl. This vas at a point called Villa Ahumada, where we have cslah lislied teli'Ki'aphic communication. I have transmit i oil the details to den ial Carranza, the head of the rev o 1 1 t i c. n . "It is my purpose now to send a farce to intercept Mercado, who is fin ing to (ijlmitra and also to cup- tare Orozco and Salazar. The main t'rhel hotly probably will concentrate at Chihuahua preparatory to the ad vance southward. We will be Hear ing Mexico City within a month." Five hundred thousand dollar: "orth of provisions and clothing- and $ 1 OO.Oo 0 from the Hank of Mlnero Were confiscated in Juarez by Villa I" support the rebels. The property v'aa taken through the refusal of mer 1 -hunts to accept paper money Issued ''.v the rebels. The storekeepers, ""si of them Spanish, appealed to T'niled States Consul Edwards and later closed thiir shops and handed 'Ver the keys to the consul. Consul FiKiaids later returned the keys to Hie owners, saying he could not guar nntee the safety of the property. -ili aniime the places were forced open and the goods and money token. It "as said the propertied were insured ' an Knglinh company na!r.:;t loot ing. n uc.x nM)fii n iiv n:i)i:i i, c.akimsox 'i sale?, Ariz., Dec. 1. Information ficeived here from American sources frar.i OuaymuH slates that 1,700 men "u the Cullacan federal gnrrisorH "ached Ouaymfis by steamer after evacuating- the Sinaloa state capital to iibregon's constitutionalist forces. H'is number accounts for ull but I'l.i.m inn ,.f iiu- m.uiii.il fc.lrr.-4l uar- rl!i., so it beloved the tulal of Kill-, nl, ununited ami i.'ii'tl, I must h1' i"Vrid b the latter tlguie. j lit shields of Cull, -.ran ate quoted tin saying lh.it thr cvjttui.ii inn was made iholtly after dark i4iul was ti t .Iim-.ix . rod l.y the constitutionalists for twelve hot'is. so it is suppos-d thr rr. j 1rr.1t to thr boats was made in good i order. 1 v r.Tio or t.l U M i s pitottuti 11erm..m,i ,.Yl lire 1 A'.- I I'Xlco. 1 or. 1 . A though th. te legariling the ,i as no Information here 1 1 pi. I ted ev.i. will ion of Maziitt.in. constitution- liiiavnias and uhsl offliers considered II possible I that the garrisons ' those two weft coiim titles hail ileiart.il by I. oat last night, having- u small g.irri-on to tie-: nlve the insurgents, j (Icmr.il Curraiiz.i said that two in- j augi-nt columns Will' mar. hing from; the smith toward Teple, a point on tin ! vist coast south i.f Cuniinas and Ma-j atlan. It was considered prohalde! that the two federal garrisons hail ht.n ordered to hasten In Manz.in.Mo j to check the eonstinitinnali'-t move-j nam which threatens still farther t"j t-lmt elf the federal retreat from So tiora and Cullacnn. : It was l -Moved the federals I'ad lie-; rliled lo mobilize the west coast fed- 1 era garrisons nt nuadalajar.i In the .slate of Jalisco, and a more central ioint, in order to meet more eff-'o-tlvcly any instirgt'Ul advance. 1, 3110.1100 Pounds of Wool itliihawil rrovideiii e, K. I., lie.'. 1. A mil lion three Iin'iilrril thousand pound of wool were withdrawn from bond today here by mill men who hail heen waiting lor the new free list en wool to go into el feet on thin date. BILLS TO REGULATE; 0 S jCo ngressman Adamson 4t I Pro-1 Line poses Measures in With Idea of - Definin. Du-:: tics in Interstate Commerce I 'BY MOftNINO JOURNAL SFITCIAL LIAftIO W.RK 1 Washington, Iic. 1. A trio of I hills to ri gnlate interstate railroads land other 4orporation.s werp Intro ! diieed today by Chulrman Adamson, I of the liousi- inierstate commerce 1 committee. TI14' IuIIh strike nt mini lopoly and Kuppression of competition hy coinhinations of capital. M-. liianuon eNplalned that his ; measures were in line with the Idea j of defining rights and duties nnd iprescrihlnpr remedies and penalties to I prevent discrimination and unfair j dealing, rather than with the theory j dial to regulate ciimmorcp the gov ernment must take charge of 11 ml ! operate it. I The first hill would require rail I roads to pnhlish their schedules In every county through which they run, and authorize them, after con tracting- with newspapers at the reg ular rates for advertising, to accept the receipts for freight and passenger fares. Another would authorize more completely the regulation and super vision of the Interstate Commerce commission of Issues of stocks nnd honds, the disposition of the money ohtained from them nnd the preven tion of interlocking directorates. The third would provide for a com mercial directory, to he ptihllshed hy the secretary of commerce, hy which an Individual, partnership or cor poration qualified to do hnslness in Its own slate, territory or district, might do so everywhere without ad ditional license or registration or re striction, except In compliance with police regulations. The Day in Congress si: ati:. Met ot 10 a. m. and coiielnded the business of the extra session, con firming delayed nominations. Al OS CORPORATION Senator We.-ks introduced a lull to j moved that, the senate recess for two j pelting- his pay, but did not reinem reslrict transportation of military J hours nnd sit during the evening- tojl(1. tUi ),,. i,,,,) ,,,.n Ahlrleh to see forces and supplies to l'anania tojdiseuss currency, (in n roll call, t he , assett. lie admilted that he had American bottoms. motion was adopted by a S3 to u Vote. I made collections from contractors Leaders agreed lo the delay In re-I The denote completed the first, rend- j .,,,, forwarded them to the democratic sinning the lobby Investigation until ; In of the currency bill nt a short ! (,,, committee, hut he was unable the currency bill is passed. Kecessi-d and convened at beginning the second session nun!!, f the sixty-third congress. Took brief recess while committee notified I'rcsi lent Wilson congress was in session. Republican Leader riallinKcr indi cated the minority would call a cur rency caucus. Laid aside the Ilelch llelchy bill temporarily and began consideration of the currency hill. IteeiKseil at (i p. III. to S p. It!. Adjourned at (CIS p. in. until 11 o'clock tomorrow, after i ompletliiK lirst reading' of currency hill. hoi si:. Met. at. noon, beginning the session. Representative Henry Introduced a hill to amend the Sherman law. Representative Palmer of Pennsyl vania introduced a bill to permit man ufacture of denatured alcohol by mix ing wood and natural alcohol In bulk. liepresentat ive Park of Oeorgia, in troduced a bill for one cent letter postage. The Rttlkley committee arranged to lake up the Burnett hill Imposing a literacy lest on immigration next week. licprescnlative Reilly of Connecti cut, introduced a bill for a year's pay to all postal employes injured in th.; sen ice. REGULAR SESSIONjCONTRACTOR TELLS OF HARNESS FOR Senate Becjns Woik on Cur rency Bill With Hope of Passing It Before Christmas Holidays Anive, REPUBLICANS NOT TO DELAY FINAL ACTION Proposition to Put in Extia Time to Expedite Vote on Measure Goes Over to Give Minoiity Time to Consult, , onin jou.N.u apt:i4. i, .no wmtl I WashltiKton, I)ec. 1. Coiiiiie.ss to , day closed the extraordinary session which heitat) April T, and settled down to the mill, I of the renular ' lomt'' session, I" X pec I I'd to last Well i into next summer, only the neces sary formality marked the mtlinu the old session nnd the heninninn , ,f of the new. The senate was at work practically all day and shortly after the regular session had heen opened Logan con sideration of the hill to mailt San l-'t.inclseo water supply rii;hts In the I letch 1 let. hy valley. An attempt to Institute the pro posd drastic program of day and night sessions for the consideration of the administration currency hill failed, the democrats aureehiK to allow final settlement of the program to go over until tomorrow, to give the repuhlicans time to consider It. Ilepuhhcan Leader 'lallinger n ml Senator Kced Smoot comforted the democrats with the announcement that the repuhlicans would make no rfort tn '"''' r oh.Mru. t in any way the purpose of the currency l. g- lslation, and the democratic lead, rs tonight predicted the passage of the measure hy the holidays. The iiirrency hill, as completed hy the ilcmocratic conference, was printed and prepared for the senate today, mil Senator 1 nven in'iwnted It as a suhslitute for the hill originally supported hy himself nnd the admin istration members of the hanking and currency commit tee. Senator rutrton, republican, of Ohio, introduced a curri'iicy hill of his own, which would provide for thi' forma tion of hy the ll central bank to be owned jiliblii: and operated by the government. The house contented Itself with n brief nireting, formally opening the new session. Thi' galleiies were crowded to witness the opening-, but the formalities were curtailed. The grist of first day bills in the house was much smaller than usual, but there are still hundreds of bills, covering nearly every conceivable form of legislation to he submitted dut'luK the session. These Include many bills for trust legislation which CONGRESS LONG TERM the judiciary committee will consider. delayed pay on March 2, came Hearings on trust legislation by thislx,.w York on March :io, and paid committee will he held before many weeks. Representative Cray, of Indiana, i Introduced a bill which would pro vide for an International conference ! here next fall for die purpose J agreeing lo a plan for disarmament and suspension of naval construction programs. The bill would authorize Inn Hpiiroprlation of $r,i)0,000, the jfnlted States to entertain the dele gates from foreign powers, i Although thi program for consid ' eration of the currency measure was riot formally adopted In the senate, the democrats succeeded In beginning work on the bill. Discussion of the ! I letch llelchy bill lagged during; the 'afternoon, and Senator Owen called i up the currency measure. At I' I o'clock, Democratic Leader Kern , t'csslon but adjourned without a for n al opening of the debate. Senator dwen announced thnt he expected discussion of the measure to open late tomorrow. The senate w 111 meet nt 1 1 o'clock but the greaU'f part of the day will be taken up with discussion of the 1 letch Hetchy valley bill, which Is In the special order of business. PUBLIC LANDS MAY HAVE OIL IN THEM 1RV MOftNINH JOURNAL TUCtAL LIAgKD WISH I Washington, Dec. 1. tn rccom I meildntioii of Secretary Jjine, Presl i dent Wilson has withdrawn from 'entry 4S,"20 acres of public land In i southern California, believed by ex j 1 1 rts of the geological survey to be valuable for lis oil contents. The reserve thus, created Includes ! more than 2.000 acres in die Sunset district, located in the foothills of i the San Kmigdio iiioimta Ins, forty ! miles west of llakersfield, nnd nearly ! 44,000 acres In the Rclridge-Losl Hills i district, directly between two already developed oil fields. Secretary Lime announced today that the president had restored to en try 1 20.0(i0 iicrcM of supposed coal lands In western Montana. Only n small part of Ihe land was said to contain coal, and that was of a low character. OF HOLD-UP BY TAMMANY AGENTS Startling Story of Graft Un-'With earthed in Connection With! ed, New Yoik State Highway Construction, WHITMAN'S PROBE IS UNCOVERING FACTS! Pay Could Not Be Secured for Work Done Until Victim Araeed to Pay $1,500, Testimony, !Y MOHNIN9 JOURNAL BFariA, , tf 0 Wi, New York, lice. 1 .-Madison I!. Al.lrii h, a I'liughkeepsie ronlr.u tor, testified at liistrlil Attorney Whit man's John line lnitiiry today. Unit he had heen forced to give up fl..".ii0 'as ii condition to getting his pay from i the state highway ilep.-u tincnl for a I road which he oomph'ted during tin j iiilniinlsi ration of Highway Crumms isioin r C. Cordon Keel, lie paid Ihi' money in 4 ash, In New York City, on March 31, l:iU he I said, to Thomas Ilasselt, secretary to John A. Han.M-l. then state ingliiecr. Ilassett. whom the district allorney ls noxious to iUestlon, has disap jpeareil. Mr. Whitman has informa jtion that he sailed for San Do jmlngo at ahoiit the same time that I James K. MoC.uIre, former mayor j of Si raciise, now under indictment, also salied south. J Aldri. h, who is prisident of a con ; si ruction 4 0tupany, said Ihat he had SSiwn the money on llasseit's rrpre iselitatiotl lllat CharUs K. Foley, dop juty highway comin issloner, ileain nded I it. l'ay on his contract had at that jtline, he said, heen held up for nearly four months. I The contract was for a road l i sting $105,0(1(1. It was compleicil, Ahlrleh Isahl, In .Vcvcnii.cr, 'Til, mid he iiniile I numi'roiia I'lToriH lug- three months during the follow to collci t the $17,- nno hakim hi .Mar telephone km ii 1 us, an day testifi, i' due him. h 17, 1HI2, he received a call from John K. ( Ion - Albany contractor, who p,. al thai he was a collector of democratic i 111 pal -111 iiitrllui - 1 1 Ions from oilier ( onti actors, ( lotisu til us" Inilatioli. he went ( in to (he Albany, and tin AIIOIOC .....1 11,..,.. UU. IIUQ..H ill saw Ilassett office of the stale engineer. "Ilassett took me out In the hall." (he witness said, "and said "We llilnk ue ought to hale something on Ibis Job.' 1 said: "What'." and he said I hal Mr. Foley thought 1 ought to give up In per cent, or $ 1,700. asked him If 11. Sun would do and ll lie- said that would be nil rhiht. I t him 1 would Vile him the inoiiey old ; as ' soon as my pay w Alilrich said he nt through.' died his long b tin $1.6(10 In currency to Ilassett. "Why did you pay him in -h '." asked District Allorney Whitman "I thought, that was the wav transact that soil of business." ''Idricli replied. "The business of bribing public firlnls?" "Well. If von wnnl lo tint It ihat way, yes," was (he reply. Ahlrleh further testified thai In 1H11, he made a campaign coiilrlbu lion to the ilemoiTfilio parly through Coiisniilus, w hich was' never reported. (lonsaiilus, who agreed to waive immunity before he took the stand, developed a poor memory when ques tioned, eoneeriilng his rehit Ions with Alilrich and Massed that in liecemhcr, lie contended 1IM1, ho had spoken to Foley ahotil Aldflcli m,, to remember tin lr names, (lonsaiilus, however, furnished the district attorney further evlde.ice as to the activities of Fverett P. Fowler, the alleged "Tammany bag mail," now awaiting trial for extortion. He said he had Introduced Fowler lo state contractors nnd that Fowler had shown him a list of such conlraclors and told him that In- Intended I" get contributions from them. Mallliew Van Alstyne, another con tractor and the defeated candidate for mayor of Albany on the demo cratic, ticket at Hie last election, tes tified that his construction, concern, a corporation, had. at, Ihe solh ital ion of fowler und William II. Kelly, democratic leader of Syracuse, con tributed $1,000 lo the democratic stale committee In 1!H2. lie had sent It In dm form of a (iiaft on New York, to Arthur A. Mai Lean, the democratic slate t reiisuri-r, he said. This contribution, the district attor ney found; was unreported. "Did you realize," Mr. Whitman aski'd, "that for a corporation to give a. political contribution Is a violation of thi' law?" "I did not," the witness Raid. A supreme court grand jury, em panelled today from a list of mer chants, bankers and brokers, will convene on Thursday mid sit (luting the progress of Ihe invi'Stlgat ion, In consider such violations of the law ns Ihe dial riit attorney may uncover. ASPHYXIATION IS PROBABLE FATE' IT Exits Caicfully Cm: Ul- Poisonous Gases Aie Pom ed Into Utah Mine Whoie Rafael Lone: Is Hidm::. FUMES ISSUE FROM EVERY KNOWN EGRESS Muideioi's Death Is Be Certain, as Escape overt, lm-i e, in Opinion of Of - i ficers Conducting Sior.e NOASIN, JOURNAL ,C,C,AL I !,4l ! Fltigliam, t'tah, I ec. 1 W'hcthei llafael I. ope., the sla'cr of five pence 1 ilfuois 1111, 1 11 fellow Mexican, lay dead ill the rtah-Ape mine, or w lut her, molding the ileadli gases 111 the mine, he snll planned a ilarh for; hherty, was a qui M Ion unanswered to night. Know iug his 11 oiirccf illness, thole was no c!-up In the watchful-' iiess nt the tunnel mouths, on which scan blights were trained while the sheriff'.' offii cis of seii'ii colonics andj tin S r scores of drputli H k. pl unic-i laxed guard sin. i- 4 ally morning.. Through opening-i In the bulkheads, constructed at coll of the tumnlj mouths, poi oiioiis gases hale been ill-; recti d. Tonight an aulomobile ear-' 1.1 log a thousand pounds of sulphur; was lushed here from Salt lake City! In order to keep the smudges going until a frish supply milled on the train tomorrow morning In addition to sulphur, all the chemicals capable of generating poisonous gases th i j could 1'" obtained here were being i.sed lu t he sniudgi s. The only word from l.opez today; came early Ihis alicrnooii when he j approached I he bulkhead al the ' looulh of the Andy tunnel and called for his friend, Julio Corrello. When! asked what he wauled, he called again! lor ('oil. '110. but before the lalier nr-i Hfiii In' had retired bai k Into tie depths if the mountain. On ('orrello's being- unable to gel a niqionsc, Mike Vukovhh, a lialivr of 1 'Nl ooteiiegro, and a hi ot h.-r-lii-l.,v, ... ! ' ''l"".v Matuliich, who was killed In ! Sat unlay s battle, broke from a crowd ' "f spectators, ami brandishing a n- ' v ilver. tried toueak dim n the hulk ad to go after Lola ,. llh illfl'l ' ii cully he was led a w a v by d, piulc alii' friends. I lepca I ed Ii since Satunlay he has pleaded on his knees for Ihe opportunity lo penetrate the darkness and fight it out with (lie .Mexican. As night fell, while the smudges continued lo pour their poison ha. k into Ihe Ileal! of the mountain, the mill rrlngs for vengeance from Ihe never diminishing itowd of foreign cis became hushed and gave way to whispered queslloiis as to what was llie secret behind the bulkheads. The deputies guarding the Andy tunnel mouth believed Lopez was oveiiome this afiernoon behind the bulkhead, until, two bonis later, they heard a scraping sound followed hy a cough. Lute tonight, columns of smoke were rushing out of Various tunnels, bowing that Iceilnin palts of the mine were already filled. At some places it was Impossible for the guards to get nearer than Ihirly feet of (he entrances. In the lowest level of the workings, smudges were placed directly hcnealli shafts hailing up into Ihe upper levels, while Lopei' look refuge when he eiilcred the mine, last Thuisilav iiiRht. Smoke was also issuing through (lacks on lop of Ihe mountain, showing that one of the liiniielH ran very neat the I surface. CiUards were placed at Spots. i 111 case Lopez does not appear, the smudging will conllniie Tor anoiuer day and nigbl Then twenty-four hours: must elapse before die deputien can enter. Although It Is bellrved to he slight, there Is nl tit (he possibility that the fugitive may avoid asphyxia tion In some far corner of die mine. CLASSIFICATION OF HOMESTEAD LANDS (BY MOftNINO JC-UANAl. OPICIAL l,AID WIS1 Washington, Dec. 1.- - Secretary Lane iinnoiiiu'oil today (hat tile classi fication ol' public lands, as Irrigable or non-li 1 Igalili-, ill coiifoi pill v Willi Ihe nilminislratlon of (he .'Rio in re homestead laws, was being luiom plisliod satisfactorily. W ithin the last lew days the sociei. tary lias designated mure than Uo, 000 acres in various western stales, for eniry under die terms of the act. The designations Include 20,1)00 acres In Arizona, SJiOO In California, MEX CAN r,!i,nno In Colorado, L'l.nilO in Idaho, ) , .. . " neatly I'llO.uni, Molilalia, more thanAN(JI I 1LI1 x.ono In Noith Dakota, 274,000 In "logon, fi,7,,l) In I'tah. 2 1.000 in Washiiiglou and H2,r,ni) in Wyoming. I '.ii nk Din i (or Is cm h led. Pittsburgh. I'a., Dec I. A. L. Richmond, Jr., former director of (he eliisi'il Cosmopolil a n National bank of Pittsburgh, was today, In die fulled Slates district court, found guilty of having assisted the cashier ol the hank In making false entries in Ihe Instil nt ion's books. His ball whs im i eased In $10. nan ntier a motion for a new trial had been filed by his attoiiiejs, ZELAYA'S ARREST IS KNOWN IN NICARAGUA i .,...., ......, s.ui Juan I'd Sia, Nuv, .,,, an !Tlie ll.WS of the llllexl Hi t ho Vtllled M.,t. i I aiitos .ii..a, t am.i pr. si. lent of avM:;ii.i. has iaus. ,1 -inrthint of n N. ligation n, Noai -asua, Thele is mu.h spe, 'illation re -g ii.l.ng the IniintioiiH of the Kuw-rn-n enl in his case, (is the leg i'.il in c has do hu e, I he ill .4 v he 1 1 n , on the i hai ge of a-s is-mal .on. J The puido- i inn :.!v nwiiniin-, :lhe 4,111 . "Hie of the hala as , ,o pus I pi oi e, 'dints lnstitnte.1 in New Voik : 1 'I' y- ICUSTOTsliECEIPIS FALL OFF $-1,00,01)0 iV NOSNIN JC.USNAL IFiritL 4 ,A,,0 asliingloii, I lee, 1 - tist ..ins le ipts of the goi eminent for Noii lil- I her fell off bI.oiii $ 4 .iin.una, ioni- pa le, 14 llll Xm elllhel . i .', ,o, Hiding to the moiithlv licasuii slalcioenl j Issued today Nmelllbt r was the fust j full month of oprinii4.ii of (lie is. iv it.nitf and if the monih wa a fair list of the lull's reirnoe plo.lu.lllg poweis, the annual niuin from nils souce will de. line mole ihin $Mt. neii.iliin The oiiliii.iii ililun i nil in for j November , . ceded the ol dill. Il l 14'- iiiiis hi $ . ; i ;':', cMupnieii with 'ail i 1, r of receipts tor the same ' month la-t ii'ai of H. x H .'!'. j I'or thi' fis. al i.al, to 1 disl'iii semi uts hale rVi I'ril. !icipts h f s . T I ii. 1 no, ioi,li a ll ex. l i s of I e, eipls last I I .M :. '..:T. The receipts f, - in r 4-1-4' :.r..'.t-.. t:!-.v tii r Noieiii - llet I'.ll- 11 ll. e III t he gi 11 of hlisi ii, ss on 4i.il I 1 I, and tin the treasiiix, J lal fund at the i lose S. mini. iv w.i $li;, g i and t ot 1 1 io-si-i s in ,oiil ".jT.ol. ZELAYA TO RETURN Nicaiar.ua, U, S, State De- paitment and Foimer Cen - Amoiican Dictator After Conference, Am ee Id, MoNt jmittNAL trle-iAL 1 iasvii wtfttl ashingloii. Dec. I. --'I he llilel iul- tional tangle over the pieMi-nie In Ihe , I n l, il Slates of J. Santos Zrlaya, foi -mer prc'lilcnt of Minlagiia, iippnleiil- Ii was soiled tonight by elaia ngree j 1 1 1 4 to r. nil n to Hiirceloiia, Spain. :froin whence be innie to New Ymk i a mi mil ago. I This agreement came as, the result ib pailinenl bet wren State Department Soli, -Hor hoik and counsel for Ze lain and Ihe N Ii a r.iguii ll government In proml'lim to leaie ihe country ', I lava si Ipiilati'd Ihat he should bait j ample lime to transact some Imp.ir Jtant business multor. Speaking wit It 'bis counsel, Cory M. Staiblen, mer the lillg llll-lallCe telephone from New York, alula said Ihe next boat from New York to llaiielona did not sail until I lei elobi'l- 11, nnd he thought he could I'liil-li his business In Hint lime. Stale depart mi nl officials insisted that w hen the oi nirr illi tutor departs he go direct to I till ccloliu ami Ihat In Ihe Interim he enter Into no polilien! Inlrigucs involving Nicaragua. This agreement prove, T agreeable to Charles A. Douglas, counsel tor Ihe Nlouta guan goviinioenl ill th" negotiations thai bale followed Ihe niTcM In New I'oik. Ailing upon Mi. Douglas' ad vice, (burial Chaiuoiro, Nicaragua n loinhlel here, lonlghl oali'ed to Ihe n arai'.iian foreign ofliee siiggi sting Ihe i a in i I la t ion of dial gov el nmelit's I , , Ut st , now in Ihe mails, for the ex liadilioii o (lie ful mer president for II lal for Ihe alleged murder of tw o of Ins count ri -men at Masaia, III April, UNMOLESTED TO BARCELONA thest'l Zclaia, from die oiilset has inalil i tallied thai Ihe offenses alleged against him ii upon heaiini; I two murders a commillcil al lie political and dial e could prove dial Ihe Ii 'in 1 1 against him w ere different limes nnd dales k now I In Nl. dge. aragua and without Ii! FKMAN SENT TO AN INSANE HOSPITAL lV MORNINU JOUftNAL dPIOIAL l I4BIO tftlRtl Sail l.akei'll.i. hoc. 1- .Mis. Augus tus Kkinsn, 'who killed her I i yeur-old daughter, Prances Williams, laid June, lo.lay was proitoii need Insane hy a Jury In the slate district court hole, and committed to the Insane asylum. The body of her daughter was found In a Hunk at the luilway sla tion In ogden. C. I , Anderson, Mrs. Kkinnn's fiivt huslaiiiil, who has been out "ii bail, was ileilai'.d to have had no pall in Ihe miiider and was given his lib erty. REBELLION AGAINST YUAN SNA! KA1 : IlkV MOstNil JOURNAL iPrriAL 4., (! WIH' Peklll!,'., I lee. I , - ( K tit 1:1 I lellgralllS rerrlMd at Ihe capital today from va rious provinces in south China re port that the Chinese rebels are intriguing- with numerous outlaw hau ls lo foi m the nucleus of another rebel lion against the government of Presi dent Yuan Shi Kal. The government i developing: un extensive srrret service ami siimmiry executions without j. M'mhlance of u court trial frequently occur. (GENERAL BLISS IN OFFICIAL REPORT Amoiican Bonier Commander Sees No Hope for Eaily Peace in Mexico, He Tells Gov eminent. WILLIAM BAYARD HALE REACHES WASHINGTON Admiial Fletcher Informs War Dopailment That Foiekn Interests Arc Safe in Oil Fields Near Tampico, V WOA-NlNd JOURNAL MClAL 4IAEd Wlfttl PREDICTS 1R REOUTIS ,,,,,,, ,,i, nsmngion. iee. I. now the ,1 the i-,.. j American bolder patrol lias fount ii . d wlihi'1 N''1 Impossible to enforce th M iir ,,f I '-ml nigo against the shipment of ' "i nun nioiiiuntiion into Mexico, w as ih si ribi il In n detailed report from I F'l igiidicr ilrnrrsi! !i eomniii tidlna- ihe forces on the hoi dor, made public today i,l the war department. Prac tically Ihe entire population iilolm th Inli'inatlunal line, the report mild, N in sMiipHthy with the Mexican rehels. und us the result large quantities of war munitions ha in been smuggled across In sjilta of the unceaslnu vlK Ihitn'e 4if the troopers. lieneral llliss complained of the inKin ness 4.f the law, fcajlnii that the Insi i in tlons to the army are are Keuelal and that too inln-ll ol a lask was Imposed upon (In, Hoopers nnd Junior officers. He it nmendial that two of the best equipped officer of tile uoveriiinenf bgnl force b. ncnt down to truvt'l along thi Iliii- mid decide 4,uei t ii m m of i tu I it ful tights and powers. In Ihis connection the general re- ifw'"',, m! ructions sent to him last i to the aid (if the threatened American j consular r pi esentntli at Pledran .Negias. o- seieinl iluys, the Ren ir.tl Polnli'd out, the question of pos sible peace or war rested entirely upon die discretion of this consul, an il was n foregone i oni luslon that the Am.'i i.au soldiers would have to fight their way Into Mexico If the hecessity i nf proleeling the consul had arisen, j The necessity of keeping n consld ler.'ihle portion of the fulled Slates i army on Ihe holder for uii Indefinite I pel bid was foiei nsleil In the repoi i. I I ! ciioi a I IUihs, wh,i has been on the ! line since the beginning of the Mailer i rev oliilioii. railed alleiitloll to the fill . fllliiii'iil of his preilieilon that the breaking up of Orozco'ij army lust year Into small .bands would not n - shoe pein e, because die large lawless I clement among the troops would not 'consent to return to oiillnnry voca- tlons. "This altitude," Ihe report sail, "especially i hariiclerlzed the leiulels land forces In the slale of chihuahua, j These are Ihe forces that have alwais i been popularly known as 'lei flaa- geis.' Their leaders preach the dis tribution of hunt and wealth gener ally, and apparently haie small con cern with nny other factor of die rev olul lull. "A i nnsiilcial Ion of these fuels Is of inlet csl. as i hey suggest another I forei nsling of die future. The run :dllions iirross Ihe border which lead ilo one successful involution unfortu nately seem alwa.is to point the way I lo a counter revolution. If this be Ihe ease, (ho firs! reasonable hop of conl iniied ponce will conn when nil eslabllsh.'d gov eminent proves I strong' enough to crush the counter j revolution. The prevalence of thu ipieseiil i -oil, lii ions means (he contin ued oeeiipntion of die border by a sll'img foi ee of troops. The success of the present revolution will probably I nii nn the Indefinite continuance of this occupation in anticipation of tli.i ! counter revolution. When a counter involution Is thu roughly i fin bed a j least In the northern slnleiil nnd llu csmlillsheil government can occupy , and hold Its border towns, normal cumin ions will be lesloied and a dis tribution of Ollf Hoops will bi pos j slide. " i This was another day of In.icliiity for a.'diiugloli, at least on the snr- f.ue, In Ihe til ploiiial ie treiitment of the Mf'Xlcnn Hi 1 1 1 it t loll. Rumors of thi ilisapprauanee of l!rlirral Hlierli, later ii nit in ,1 i (ed, created consiilel'ft ble Interest in official circles. William Hair, who had been confer ring with lieneral Cuiraiiza and his i oust il nl iona 1 1st chiefs at .Vogales, re ti.riicu today and h id n long talk with Secretary liryan. He will see Presi dent Wib'oii on Wednesday anil sup plement the reports he already has made on the rharai rr and personal ity of (he constitutionalist chiefs find the purpoven of their movement. Mr. Hale declined to discuss his illusion lo the border, but It Is uilder- W.V lood hum authoritative quarters that sought no foiinul understanding: with the eonstit utlonallsta on behalf of the fnited Slates government and merely made Inquiry as to what tho eonstit utlonalisls intended to do in certain contingencies. Rear Admiral Fletcher reported to the navy department today his suc cess In ensuring protection of foreign interests In the oil fields near the Rtilf const of Mexico without any Irritating display of force. It was not made clear Just how the American naval of ficer had managed to get In touch with Central Aut!nr, thu rebul leader.