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riiuiTY-nmi YKA11. iynuro mirnnin rn! MMu uutnriULLU II CONFERENCE OF HEW YORK REPUBLICANS ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913, Dully, by Carrier or Mall, Wo a Month. Slnglo V)lm, bo. Grand Old Patty Goes on Rec ord for dominations, by Di rect Primaries, of All .Can didates, HENRY L STIMSON LEADER OF RADICALS RELIEF GROWSTHA RAFAEL LOPEZ HAS ESCAPED FROM MINE Progressives Are Invited to Quit Foolishness and Re turn to Former Political Affiliations, 'r monnmrn journal bpicial uaib wipi) New York, Deo. 5. 'I ho radicals ruled tin1 republican state ronfcrciup Ihis afternoon and forced tin- i prval of a direct, state-wide primary law. Slate Chairman William Haines, Jr.'s motion to ri affirm tho more oonserva tivc primary plank In the last repub lican platform, was defeated )y a V.ile of 192 to 1ST. The radicals, led by Henry 1.. Slim Hun, former Hccretary of war. split with Mr.' Harm's and Ills followers owr the ,tUestion of retaining parly ( i.nvcntions. The stale chairman's preposition was that the conference favor the duvet nomination of con gressmen, members of the state leg islature, county and municipal of ficers, but keep the state convention fur the nomination of governor and the other officers on the slate ticket. Relegates to this convention were to he i hoson directly bv the voters, who nhouM have the right also to express direct preference for nominations for slate officers if they so desired. This diil not suit Sir. Stinison and hi- fi-l, n.lu unil lifter a long debate they earrleil a small majority of the conference with them. The resolution I n, tooled declared that nil candidates Kh. .iild stand on an iual footing. ,, ionised the use ef party emblems the general election ballot and factiona column on tne pr.meij lei. At the same time it expr lief In party organization of choosing delegates to future mi-' tional conventions so in to nrovldei that delegates he chosen m Mich man-, :ir as the laws of the several stale: Iri m time to time may provide, Iiele golcs shall he chosen according to the' laws nf the state they represent In-' stead ,,f according to the discretion! if the committee Itself. I 1 he national coiimnttee has the ait ihi.iit.v to call a spdial national cnn-i ''trillon of the party, the legal form 1 1 1 which rail is provided by the legal! committee. These conclusions nre renched ln an opinion made public here today by i Charles l. Warren, of Iielroit, chair- j man of the legal committee, appoint ed by the executive committee of the! icpuhlican national committee. j The executive committee In Wash- I Ington, May 24, last, adopted a resolu-j Hon reiiuestliiK the chairman to call! a meeting of the national committee, to he held w ithin sixty days alter the j expiration of the special session of j congress convened in March. 1HI3. i The national committee, will consider! among other things proposed plans for; party reorganization. The legal com mittee was named to make a detailed , examination of the questions that I x:,lzz :,y1i",?,:::.,,r,.w!;iel all exits carefully member of the national committee. He was one of the lawyers for the I'nlted States In the arbitration with Great Rritnln before The Hague tri bunal of the North Atlantic fisheries, controversy. The opinion Is concurred j In by the other members of the legal j committee, who are: I'nlted Slates Senator Wesley I.. Jones, of Washing-I ton; Ifc'prescntatlve James It. Mann,, Illinois; James A. Fowler, of Tennes- ! see, former assistant attorney gen-I eral. William Marshall M ullitt. of New York, former solicitor general; hoy O. West, of Illinois, and Sherman tlran-' ges, of Ohio. ! ACQUITTED ON CHARGE OF MURDERING MOTHER ! MOUND. JOUXNAL tWItl LIAIIB Clinton. Jin., Dec, f.. Tlllie O. I'uckett, who raid been en trial her" since Monday, charged with the mur der of his mother, M i s, Sns.ni I'uckett Macklnson, was found not guilty this afternoon. Mrs. MacklitHun' body was found in the ruins of l'lnkeit's binning home, September 3, l.lsl. The defense conlt nih il that I'uckclt, on awaken ing In the night and lintling his house aflame and seeing a Woman leaving the house hurriedly, had find at her not knowing the won, mi was his " mother. The state liiaig.d thatl'in k- n I r 'I i , i r i ''" deliberately mmdcivd his mother bcarch rails to Locate Body'',',',r he had .,a,rcic,t win, h.r nu."i' rm iiiiu iiti ii miii id i ii mn tin SU-iu'iv farm hIk l.f '1 il(lcd to Mm. NEARLYTHREE FEEI S QUEEN CITY OF SNOW COVER of Desperado If He Has Per ished From Suffocation by Poisonous Gases. GUARDED BY OFFICERS Thousand Dollars Offered That Murderer Would Be Found Under Ground Is Hastily Withdrawn. MEN ARGUE FOR EQUAL SUFFRAGE ' COMMITTEE i V MOSNISd JOURNAL PiCIAL L1ASIO WlKIl Rinvham, I'tah, 1 ec. f. Afler searching a third of the I'tnli-Apcx mine, the posse which penetrated the stronghold of Itafael I.opi z, slayer of six men, came out tonight and an nounced to the thousands of expectant miners that Hoy had found nothing to indicate the crafty desperado was dead. The places where his body most likely would have been were careful ly gone over. The Andy tunnel an I Andy incline, in w filch the battle tha' cost the lives of two (Ipeuties Satur day was fought, the I'arnell tunnel, where Lopez called through the bulk head Monday for his friend, Julio oricllo, anil oilier pans or. mnwora- NO INSURANCE AGAINST LACK OF EMPLOYMENT imr MC1AN1NO JOURNAL PI",AL HAStO WlHr llel lin, I cc. 5. It Is impossible at resent to provide ngaiii"l unemploy ment III the tlci nmii system of n i tioual insiirnnoe against old age. sick ness and Infirmity, ac"oiding to Clem ens I e Itrucok, miiii-lor of the in ti rior. In replying to an ltitcrpoll,, tion by the socialists In the Imperial pal lianicnt today the minister admit ted that It would be most desirable to extend the miioine to lie lode Insur ance against nnomplov mciit, but that the diliioiiltics weie almost Insuper able and the financial harden vcrv gi cat. Coal Shoita?e Exists in D vcr and One Hotel and Sev eral Office Duildinf.s Are Compelled to Close, elded to remain over nlghl. However, when the were still missing today, Hi live fears for their snlilv were felt, 1 .title shelter Is afforded on Chey enne mountain and as the brunt of the storm was felt In thai vliiniiy, llllle hope Is held out for the safety of the hu, iters. Almost completely burled Willi snow and o aconscious, Dr. V. S. Mr May, aged tie. a pioneer of Colorado, was found late this afternoon on the lower slopes of Cheyenne moiinlain b several wnikiuen a, ending 111, mountain to repair a water supply In take. McK.lv was ruMiod (,i a V'olo lado Springs hospital, when- his con dition Is considered serious. The aged loan was nneuipiihg to mm end to his laliin on Ch.M'iiiie inouiil.eii. It is lilnvcd. when he l ei aim ixhaueted no. I toppled over into j snowdrift. Il w lone be remained there Is not known, altbomh he was suftei'ing In tensely from e'.posme. VILLA SENDS IRE' MEN IN PURSUIT PRACTICAL MARTIAL LAW IS DECLARED Willi a sixty mil, this city, Ibe heavv esterdav has tinned worst bb'.a id- cei' Colorado Springs. Ti i phone Wiles ale i p. moiiieiilai tlx , w to n ' i completely isolate, I I here i. lllg I eel, siuci ealH fins I Inches of snow havi la si t hill y loon s K.'.l. .'nvrrpli" snow storm of I ul i one of the c i'ei irtu ed 111 clet'lM.ll alld lei- e, toil to gn down the t II V will be from the world, no 1 1 a in ser ii e ni.ii ii.iu., Tlnrt v fallen daring the nd I he et oi in Is i OF FLEEING Fl EDERALS Successful Constitutionalist Geneial Encamps Outside of Chihuahua City But Has Force Doins Police Duty, 0R0ZC0 AND SALAZAR NEARING COLUMBUS Police Take fntirc CliaiT.e of Traffic on Streets and Will Peimit Only Ticllcy Cars anil Necessary Wa;vns to Move, 'till tag i ne. I lie snow luh Ii OVER FIFTI DEATHS V UORNlKfl IOVHNAI 9 Iieliver, I lee. "i nighl the sexore sm had completely tied business In 1 louver i At l imn softi o'elo.k to- w stoim which up all forms of ml ceiiiial Col,,. lien VV w mils have piled p . di ills from six to eight j nCOC n deep, making U'altie ot any oc- siioii Impocslble llllliilreils are ! marooned In the downiow n distilcts. i unable In le.o ll their lioines. At nooll I i a pail of one street iar line was I opened, but it is doubtful if traffic I I an be lontlnueil much longer, the I snow drifting faster than plows can i .eoi it off the I ii ks. s Seek Arms and Am munition From Hucrta Sol diers Fleeing With General Mcrcado. M ItlKIVti Mll IIS I IIKPH IM II III l.ltll 'mi MORNINS JOUSSAk IP1CIAL LK Alt D Wlftl luai'e., JI.'V, I lee. Ti. - Instead of oc- iciipylng Chihuahua, the stale capital, AND MILLIONS OF PROPERTY LOSS Arguments By Advocates of bigsf were penetnit it on the bal- essed ho und reiter ated the doctrine of runner i.onc.hoi Hughes that, the direct primary should Is' an adjunct to and a check upon r.iTtier than a substitute for tli- delie eri.iion and conference of the party H ri.ereseiitalives. The i. inference was ci'b d bv the stale committee to roc in.ini'ii.l' legislation to the republi , an members of the stale assembly which was returned to republican con trol in the last election. Since nearly all the republican as-fdnblvirien-eleet participated In the conference. Its recommendations were ,.,,i,si.lered binding and were accepted . the urogram of the assembly Jeriiv at the next regular session. The meeting recommended niloption of a vigorous compulsory woikingmen'n compensation law, re form of the rules of the assembly nnd the amendment of the state constitu tion to take all state offices, except those of governor nnd lieutenant gov ernor out or tne eiecuvc nsi mm r... power the governor to fill them ii ntift n t mn t A motion to include Judges of the j court of appeals among tne oiuiem tn bp appointed by the governor, wan ilefealed. Reference to the progressives who lind left the party, was made by Job K. Hedges, former candidate for gov ernor, who said: "Let's tell them to come on back nnd stop their nonsense and lets get busy.'' without result. Teiilphf the hel ef if r e vv that once Votes for Fair Sex Answer i the sheriffs of nin.. nan em,,,- r ties and their hundreds of deputies had Speeches of Opponents of outwitted by the man who s.n- , eral times since the pursuit began on Pl'P V ID;!?? D.IV. November 21, has risked capture in j J order to Jeer at their eft oris. A purse I i of 11,000 which was offered today at odds of 1 to 3, that I xpez would Do found either dead or alive in the mine, was quickly recalled tonight. The smudges that had Renerati'd deadly lowed to mu- the V MONN'Na J3URNAL tPCCI AL LCAStD WINK) Washington. Hoc. a. Hearings he- fore Ihe litHi'P committee on rules leiatii'g to the proponed creation of a standing committee on eiiunl suf frage closed here late today. The last hours of the hearings were occupied bv champions of the suffrage move ment dileeted by Catherine Watlgh .VlcCulloi h of Chicago. They answered Ihos otiposed to eipiHl suffrage, who l.uu arg'ieii against any federal fee oKiiition of the sufl'raife ifuesVion. .Vo action on the resolution, which would provide for a house equal suffrage committee, was taken, but It was re ported thnt many members of the rules committee were seriously con sidering the extension of authority to the present standing committee on election of president and vice presi dent to consider woman's enfranchise ment. James S. haldlavv, of New York, early today the double bulkheads in the tunnel mouths were removed. Driven by a stiong draft, the smoke and fumes belched forth from the ex its like a volcano, so that enough pure air had entered for the deputies to botfin search Jiis afternoon. Dr. V. K. Stratip. mayor-elect of Itlngham, led a party of ten Into the depths. At the spot where the fight ing occurred Saturday the rifle of Deputy Hulsey. who was killed, was found. In a blind slope on the 3011 foot level, n cave-In was discovered, ...ui.a ,l.n,.l.. l,l..eL-,l Ihe pll. vi nu n inn i I. i' ' ...... .... - -. . trance. It was thought that within this slope I.opez may have taken refuge from tho approach of the poisonous tases. A guard was left wntchinir It radu came to an end, according to the i Denver office of the government weather bureau, ami (older, clear .weather was forecasted for the re iioainder of ihe night nnd tomorrow. . With the freezing w en t Inr i anie grave anxiety as to the malulenatice of the isbnibr telegraph and telephone com I niu nil a bum which, alone, have saved i Denver from absolute Isolation from the rest of the world for the last twenty. four hours. Wlies are heavily laden with wet snow, and a freeze, ac- leording to telegraph companies would PfMltnl TnvTC To 1 nc ' cause inanv of Ihe wiles to break lltl- vin,,.,, 1 hler their heavv burden. The total amount of snowfall dur- !,,... the La. .ri, i it iu li. .ii ,.t I i.O. llv- t : for Lives of Hundreds of!4:-r '"' - r,'J l'.'l'"'H ,r,"'"',M''- lion. I lie snow lias oeguu to iaiK.' and tonight Ihe government bureau i estimated .'SJ.tl inches was Hie depth! of the snow which actually covered the entire illy of Denver. The fall ofj snow within the last twenty-four hours was lfi fi Inches; 1.8 Inch pre-1 cipitallon. I Keports to the government bureau show that II slill Is snowing In south-; lorado, ruining In eastern I Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska and Mis-1 soiirl, and that wllh the exception of; light falls In Wyoming, the storm1 practically was conlined to Colorado. Hie of the gravest hardships uc eompanvliig the storm wn the ex- T Urn log I i-ii (lie Cob off i iniil.ul. I 'olo.. I tec. e ii nd four t hiiu.'Miul con I mine I s. t heir vvlva are lonight huddled colonies I hroiighiiut nadu strike one, c from Ibe onlsld i. Krunctsio Villa, with his i.ainl rebels encamped along the railroad '.. - lict ween north of the jty, today returned hur eople, sli Ik- rieillv to Villa Ahutilada, the tele sand child -' graph Hlatlon, to dispatch more men In tents In! in pursuit of the federals retreutinil the soul hei u I low ard iijinaga, on the border. oinpleiiiy i hi j A gairison of iilul rebels oceupi" the woth! bv llic'fort at ujliiaga ami Ceneral Villa said Flood neavy loii and Fear. Is Felt Marooned People 'worst December bln-zaril In Hie lim toiy of the section. Haniied by a Milch wind, the snow Is drilling badly. Trams are at it standstill and wagon loads ale completely blocked. With only hunted supplies of food and fuel III Hie lent colonies, tin' situation Is . regarded as extremely serious. The I slot in shows tonight no signs of abate ment. his soldiers would not permit tho fed- i rals to reach (he border or cross over Into the I'lUtcd States without a fight. Ills purpose Is not only to rupture, the federal troops hut mImo to Meie their arms nnd equipment. The fed erals, however, will be In the mnjor II y unless they are oveilakei, by iini lebel pursuer. With the 2,0Hi or more lugltlve federal are tJen. Hal- A' union headqnartei s If Is stated I vadur Mercado, the deposed military thai every get HUpphe elf "it Is being put forth to to Hie strikers. I, :m n.i i: ( i t tn r i ittiM orisiDi; worn. H itv si V MORN SO JOUNSAL StlAL LCASIO WINIi i llryan, Tex., Dec. A death toll! !of more than flftv persons, and pos- i jsibliv a thoiisiKid others maiiooneilj land siil'ferlng from prolonged hunger I Kascs since .Monday were hi-!""" un ,o..e.iM,j o ""igo, s ,.,,,,,,. ( die down last night, nnil I" " nom vne iiooueo i.ra.os river ooiioms in inis Mention or soutn ecu trill Texas. For over fifty njlles, the llrazos was three to live miles wide and running with mill race speed. Scores of flood refugees are believed to be In peril. The known dead In Ti-x,.M floods numbered thirty-three before reports from the Inundated territory In this district began coming In late today. The late report were brought by men on horseback and Indicated at least iwenty more persons had been ! d'eds of nun ooned ti ,drowned. About two-thirds of thet,ey will be unable I I dead I.ea.lvllle. Dec, ft.- This i lly has been cul off from the outside world for nearly twenty-four hours. No trains have reached here on eilher the l!io Hraitdc or Colorado .Midland. No attempt Is being made to move trains on the Colorado Southern. I. ti tle snow fell illlling the day but Ihe high wind whli Ii prevailed drifted Hie snow and caused considerable Incon venience to local traffic. The mines are 110I seriously affected, hIi hough ...i ., .... ,.r .....i ,.i..a. I. .,,.. .... in,,. ,.f ih. I....,,.,. en' .i.ioiii iiiiiv.ii. him-.- o-io ii, ,k evident today. hosieleries In Denver was forced lo! .close today. Office InilblliigH have ox-j 'haiisled llulr supply of fuel and were) I forced t close tmlav. other hotels! !in (he city, In which are housed hun- les people, fear secure coal to-1 the mines are temporarily blocked. by ...... .1,1..... U T..n'u TnoiriKi f.i ' m an Suffrage, read a VctteY from tonight and it will be opened tumor- Senator Works of California, denying were negroes. i morrow' and lhls would mean that. Tho couriers' reports Indicated that iwith one or (wo executions, all hotels the property loss would total four or 1 in the oily would be without heat In live million dollars when losses along jfaoo of the approaching- cold weather, the Hrazos are added to the already ! Denver toinoiiow will be placed un- .wiiowii i.rni:i!s i oi: lllll'l III K'AN Ul.OKti.WlZATION Washington, Dec. ft. The issue of direct presidential primaries, brought into public discussion by President Wilson's message, promises to be. an Important factor in deliberations of the, republican national committee here liecctnber 16. Many believe con gress maj- provide primaries that will do away with the need of any nomi nating conventions before the next Presidential election. It was pointed oul today that If a direct primary law were passed be fore the Hi Hi elections the need for he hail ever said woman suffrage in California hud been a failure. It was argued by antl-suffragisU yesterday that Senator Works had made such a statement. Senator Works said to night he ha 1 criticised California women ' Tor not getting out their full voting strength, Just as the men voters often failed lo do," but had not said the suffrage movement was a failure. Representative Mondell of Wyo ming, closed the argument for the suffragists, declaring that In all the years women .of his slate have had the ballot, he had never heard of a case of domestic trouble caused by political differences between husband and wife. i row. A few charges of dynamite placed In the walls would have caused the cave-In, but miners who saw II were inclined to believe It was a natural fall of rock and earth and that l.ope. had not sealed himself up In the Ktopp, I,nto tonight the search was ills continued until tomorrow. Deputies have been stationed in those parts ias already gone over by the searchers. That Lopez, after Saturday's bailie, might have made his way to the low est level nnd escaped from the mine while attention was directed on the Andy tunnel, was considered probable. However, the sheriffs were still hope ful of finding the desperado's body by tomorrow. heavy damage In other portions of the stale. Henry Martin, vice president and general manager of the International t Hreat Northern railroad, was drowned at Valley Junction, near lu re lute today vvhib' iittlempting to rescue marooned flood victims. .Mr. Alaiiln went to Valley Jiinclion where the confluence of the Little and Rig llrazos rivers made a swirling CLASSIFICATIONS COMMITTEE NAMED, u change of republican representation nPW board. IIIV MORNING JOURNAL SPfCIAt LBAIIO WIN!) Chicago. Dec. ft. A permanent icommittee of three to replace the Iwostorn classification committee of Ithe fifty-two railroads west of Chlca !go, was determined upon by the execu- ve hoard of the committee today. If. C. Hush, formerly traffic man- lager of the Colorado Midland ruil iway: W. K. Prendergast, general freight agent of the Chicago. Milwau kee ii St. Raul railway, and I!. I Kyfe. chairman of the western classi fication committee, will compose the jtiv MEXICAN PAPER PUBLISHES PURE F, AKE STORY Would disappear Senator Jones, a member of the law 'iininitti'c, ' returned to Washington today and said plans were going tor Ward for a national convention. "I am in favor of some form i.f a 'brccf primary." he said. "One plan that appears to be sound would pro vide for direct primaries in the slates, wi'll national conventions in which licit-Kates would sit in proportion to Hi" vote ii; the slates, Kach slate Would apportion ils delegates accord ing to tho strength .of the respective h'trtv candidates, and the national "nveniion would make the Una! choice," Senator Cummins, one of the most active. - advocates of rules revision and chairman of the conciliation eommit b'e. almoin tod in Chicago last spring, declared today that decisi m for the l'residcntial primaries should not in terfere with the holding of a special convention. "I am strongly in favor of direct pruriaries," he said, "but there is no 'NMirance thai the direct primary law win , ,,..sscil, r at least that ""y will not be long delayed. It is "tr duty to go chead with tne conven b"n pians we have outlined and com plete the reformation of republican 'l"s that will make the party ma chinery thoroughly responsive to the will of ihe voters." The three will hob continuous ses sions, making occasional trips for hearings ut points in the western ter ritory. It was said that the reorganization of the committee would do away with the iielavs which resulted when two meetings a year were the whole commUt.ce. only held by San Luis Potosi Editor Gives Readers What Purports to Be Declaration of War by;,' President Wilson, IKY MOftNINO JOURNAL RF-FCI.L I.CAIEO WlltSl Mexico CKy, Hoe. It. Kl Adelaide, of San Luis I'oloi-i, which has been noted as a Journal of slrong anli- l!IM IflcJ I AST YFAR whal purports to be a declaration of 'bibles printed by Itr MOHNINO JOUfcNAL SFICIAU L t ABEO WIR! Toronln. (int.. Dec. 5.- Twenty- eight million copies of the liiblo books containing portions of the Scriptures were printed during last year, aeeoriliiist to a report oiled here for publication "on I Sunday." December Ushers issued 1 (Uuiu.fluu nnd Holy the com- ibb Private pun- of the books Hi I'l I'.I.IC.W COWKVriOV M :C T.SS Y T CI I . I : It I I .IS I'eli'oit, Mich., Pee. 5. '"an national committee thority to change the hu: delation and votins in n ventiuno i no national committee ha -Tho repnb has no au is of rcpre iiionril con- nut'oor I war by President Wilson against Mex- ico. The fact that the sanction of the j American congress would be neces Isary for such a declaration Is omitted by the newspaper. I Instead of being a rabid document illlli Ill.l. m mo ll, ,l 1 1 1 l - - , I e-1 e " " leelhiK, tlie dechiration of war is re ; markable I cause it does not utlribute ! lo President Wilson stalements thai , might he calculated to increase tlie I antagonism of Mexicans towards lAmeiicuns. If consists of ten articles , which giv e the reasons why war is i necessary, general instructions regard-ling- u blockade and an oul line of the Ipioposed campaign. It specifically in- six miles across, In direct per sonally the relief forces. He was at- ilempting to navigate a boat alone Iwhen the frail craft was upset. Ills I body had not been recovered late to night. ' Six ni.'iubers of the life saving (crew stationed at Halveslon and a llrain load of motor boats from llous I tun, which started for Rryan late to iday, were stopped bv high wafer at iN'avasofa. The boats were launched j way. :at that point :-borl!y Pel ore dark and started up stream tonight over the flooded bottoms to rescue persons re j ported clinging- to trees, house tops, 'or occasionally standing 111 shallow I water, cut off from shore. Rryan had iwotitv bonis out till day, which !hriuight to high ground several him-! Itlred persons, the majority terrified in ml half-clad negroes. j ! A train load of provisions and ' jblankels was sent from here tonight j to Kosarek, on Ihe edge of the lml- i oms where 100 of Ihe refugees were I unloaded. Throughout the bottoms, even where the water did not endan- ger life, It ruined provisions in stores, ' destroying the food supply. , Anxiety was felt tonight for scores of negroes whom boat men reported clinging to trees. These negroes wet. hilled nnd hungry, already had been in the trees for twenty-four hours, Last night, eight miles from I'.r.van, .Michael CortmeUis. an Italian, was heard calling for help from his half submerged cabin. This morning Hie cabin had disappeared, as had Cort meUis. his wife and several children. Several planters in the bottoms have sent out their wives anil chil dren, but remained behind Ibemselvcs. hoping- by Improvising platforms tier virtual marl la I law- Willi the po lice of the city directing all move ments of traffic and pedestrians. The city and Hie Doiivir City Tram way company today succeeded In clearing the snow from one track of its double Hack line on Fifteenth street, the "trunk line" street of the system, and by tomorrow II Is expect ed that a few cars can be run a short distance from the heart of Ihe cilvj and that Sixteenth slreel will be In1 opelatlon, with the possible addition; of limited car service on one or Ivvoj cross lines. j (m cither side of Hie car tracks the shoveled snow Is piled four or five) feet deep, effectively blocking all traf-! fie. and leaving only the car line ns a pathway. The police, Willi Ils nee-l eHsary force of special ofl'lcers, will 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t (ho traffic along that palh-i permitting no vehicles to p.-issi save the si root cars, coal wagons, imiu; vvngons, and trucks of provisions. i j So heavy has the snow bet tone mil I roofs of buildings, tall and small' Hint, i men wore put to work i-iiuvelluK P I to Ihe ground below, and Ihis has be-' Iconic a inouicnlary menace to podc-; jstrlaiiH. who have been cautioned to; jkeep away from buildings. Police! Were using utmost vigilance lo prc- (vent accident from necesrary clear-j ; ance of the roofs. I Railway traffic, to ainl from Den ver remained at ii standstill tonight, ihe blockades on tracks are n points I within a radius of 1 (Ml miles of Den ver, but so great was the fall of snow and it was of such n heavy nature, (hat the powerful rotary plows sen! to remove Ihe drifts and slides, have been able to make Utile progress. It Is believed that a few trains mav be SNOWSTORM (TIM'S AMI ri l in o is in cot i rim; Pueblo, Coin., Dec. ft Willie nlher sections of the stale Were still suffer ing today from the effei Is of the heavy snorm, Pueblo was rapidly re t overing. A light Hurry of snow fell tinting the moiniiin hours, but the day was jwarm and Ihe heavy snow vvbl'ii fell i veslerday united rapidly. There was Utile damage done, ' Sireel t ar traffic was rraiimvil on reg ular schedule, Ihe calx having been I oil al half iiilervals all last night lo keep (he (lacks open. I liiinnnrii nniiinnxrni WUiVILN LUrJVIb I LU OF RIDING 01E OF SEX M RAIL governor and v omniander, numerous oilier generals and officers ami mem I ers of wealthy Chihuahua families, who lift the city precipitately on foot In fear of a rebel attack. tleneral Villa expressed his Inten tion to confiscate the money which the fugitives were reported to have w ii lull awn from the banks before tho evatiiailon. He said he would pro tect Hie non-coinbalnnts, except such it were considered pollileal offenders. Members of Ihe Teiiuxas family er placed by him In the latter class. Crouds of people with HUloinobile.-i camped lit presidio, Texas, opposite ojliiaga, In anticipation that tho ref ugees, including the federals, would tries the river, Should the federals, disliearieiied by their long1 sicKe in Chihuahua, and by the decision of (leheral Mercado to flee because, ot Ihe bankrupt condition of Ills army. decide to cross, they would give up their ariiiN on the Mexican side. The report reached ojlnaita that 'tho fugitives had been In tfrent distress since their roule was across a water less plateau, swept by cold winds ut night and sand storms by day. Rebels reported that part of tho fugitives had lurtied to the west hnd were approaching Palouias on thu border opposite Columbus, N'. Si. With them were said to be tienerals Jose Salazar iilitl I'aeual OloKco, both of whom are under iiulhimeiit In the I lilted Stales for violations of the neutrality laws. Another reason why Villa returned noli Inv al'tl to Villa Ahumada was tti communliale Willi Cencral Curt ana, head of Ihe constitutionalist part), 1 who Is In Sonnm. Pleased at I. Is Victories In the north, and confident that his pro jected march toward Mexico CKy will lie marked I y desertions or evacua tions by the federals, tleneral Villa himself showed no basic to enter Chi huahua, Ihe largest clly now held t7 Ihe rebels. Some of his troops, com manded by (Iciieral Chno, went Intu Ihe city several days ago for polico duly. Five Gray-llaiiei. Who Wreaked iscreet Ne and Jail c1 on I ik Fines Mothers, Vengeance ."Jibor, Face entences. o:;i H. row i us im.u mi: VIIOIT MIMCW .MI'IIHS 1 1 I (if MOBHINO J-)UIINL iriCIAI. IIAHID ttim 'I I Wniikeyiin, III.. Dec, ft hive gray haired women of the village of olo, j who rode Mrs. John I iuiui iilson on a I tail one r 1 1 .'.; 1 1 1 In Julv, because her! name wa.s linked In gowiip with that! of her brother-In-law, were found gVilty here tonight by a Jury. Kach may be lined $;aii nnd senleiiccd lo I six monlliM In Jail, Anxiety Is felt Inl and (he various bible societies printed the rest. Three well known agencies., the American Rible society, the Orn ish nnd Foreign Rible society, and the National Pilde Society o Scotland, I U t out 14,000,00(1 copies. As evidencine the growth of this; struct ihe American troops circulation, the report set forth that the useless shedding of blood and or froni 1SI4 to 1x1", the issue of a llihle ; ders them to protect non-eomhata rns, and purls of the Rible averaged only ! especially w cinen and children, a quarter of a million copies a year I The "tleclai ation" slates Ihat inter Of the 2x.000.00u copies distributed j ventlun is undertaken to bring peace last year, about half were- printed in (among bands "which are ferociously F.tiL'lish. The rest feront languages. covered 500 dif- l-aiglisli Railroad Strike I aids, London. Dec. 5. The strike of 1.200 men on me wreat ni'i-u-m aui , which has tied up traffic since Wed nesday, wis settled today at a con ference of the men wnn me represen intending without respecting those princinles of humanity which govern modern warfare, and in order to de liver the presidency to him who shall he legally elected by Mexicans." JV lo change the manner an I method Natives of the board of trade. Roosevelt Leaves fur Paraguay. Ruenos Ayres, Dec. 5. Col. Theo dore Roosevelt left here today for Paraguay. 'AT save Their slock. their safety. Mudvale, a hainlel. near Rrnvvns ville, was flooded from a depth of from ten to twenty feet. No dealhs wert reported from I here. San Antonio today repoiied ils first flood death, when John Cumslio, a farmer, was drowned in the Leon river. At High liank, It was learned that six negroes lost their lives In stead of two, as formerly reported when the rise struck there Wednes day night. At Ileal lie only seven boats were available to cover the miles of land against ifiooded by the Rrazos. The marooned number several white people and nu merous negroes. Tonight two of (he boats had I n swamped. The fate of their occupants was not know n. Re ports from the Colorado river were meager. Klsewhere throughout Texas Immediate dancer seemed past, al though IViini faced a serious lieanlng up problem. Thousands of convicts of the stale prison farms, .south of Houston, were being moved to high land tonight. Heavy losses of cut sugar cane on these farms was ex pected, one drowning was reported tonight ft Raslrop, n Mouth Texas town, moved on most o I lie tines tomorrow. The oalid of i lloublcr, Colo., I'cpotis a total fall'vvh,, look Hie law of (oily inches of snow t hroughoiif - WIH .,liy,.( ,,f Moulder county. lontght It wn re-ip,,! M Li-Una ported that Ihe .iiiniiivvn tage driver, 1 Willi one passenger In his coach, hud been lost In llio in u ii ii I ,i i Hi, Al Cripple Creek nil business was suspended, Incluillug work in Ibe gold j mines. Not a train has moved at j Cripple (.'reek within twenty-four Hours. rue passt ngcr nam vvnicn iciljd H rippio i I'i'i'K over ine i oioraoo i Springs H- ('tipple Creek "short line" was snow-noil ml ul summit, one ol the highest, iiiounlalii poinls In Ihe stale. 1'ive rotary plow engines la- .1 1,1. ..I I 1 . .,!... I ... I I . - OCII Willi noneieir. Hill" iiien .nun, ,, ,1.1.,,..... i .1. ' V '"' ' ... i ne n,,i ., ; women, outraged because thev be- lililani hoiiscwius III their own hands, Mis. Kniinn Sl.ol Ra v mond, M i s , , nia Will It-n. Mrs. Mary Sabol and Mrs, John Stadlield, Mrs. Kale Wagner. Ilbe siNlh woman, who started to carrv Mrs. lib hardsoii nut-lie the village (limits, was freed by the jury heeniisr she returned home before the vhiim Was given her ride. There Was no evi nce that Mrs. Wagner helped sun- port the mil and Us burden. Mrs. Sabel Is (i.'i years old and the others are well above '10. They sal huddled and dazed In Ihe conn room tonight as the verdict was read. They since morning' to bound passengi Td. provisioned. leach flu. 'Jim train KIIOVV- Is well i i:ii 01: 1 1 u s or yoi'm; mi: ( k;iii in sioiiM Springs, Colo., Dec, llev i'd a ncluhbor pn lerretl I he com pany of another to her crippled hus band, who drew Mrs. Richardson Horn her home by a siihlerf ugc. placed her astride a wealher healed scantling, bore her screaming and i lighting to the eilH(. of Imvu and Coloiad ( aught in a heavy snow slorni yester-1 dumped her in (he road with a warn day near the summit of Cheyenne Ing never to return niouiilain, six miles south of this (itv, II. J, llaoy. assistant stale's nltol' I'i'ank and Lester Lee, aged I'll and iiey, in the cflerno'in compared the 2S, respectively, both of Colorado ; ai Ion of the Volo women (o Ihat of Springs, are (bought lo have perished Christ when the Pharisees brought in Hie lerrbie blizzard which has'liim on Ihe mount of olives a woman I Washington, Dec. ft. - (ii'iirded III I onirics are being made at Ihe stale jdopuiimcnl bv rcpreseiilntivcs of I some of the Klil opcan governmenls h.h to the ii'ospi" i for an early leiinlna llon of Ihe present conditions In Mex ico which are Imposing grievous bur di lis upon lorelgn Interests. There Is no evidence llial these liutulries hiivu had an.v elicit upon (he development, of Ihe ml in i m if! ru 1 ton's policy In re gard lo Mexico. There is much tinof I icia I la Ik, however, ef ,i probably early recognition of the fa-1, that tho I const it ul loiia lists are in possession of .more than half of the country. Administration officials here are i looking for some Impoiiant dovclop i ment us a result of the extraordinarily 'successful campaign of the constltu ! 'ionaluis and i vt iy pre Million is be ! hilt taken In make certain the pro ilecilim nf foreign lives and property at Ilia .ones of iroitl le, Ihe navy lias a fleet of ten wsrships on the eastern eoasl of Mexico. On thj west coast, howi ver, the American na val force Is much below the needs of the situation, hence today It was ac knowledged ;hat two gunboats, the Voiktown n( San Francisco, and the Laleigh at Rremerton, were suilins for Mi xlonii waters. See, -clary Rr.vun took occasion to day to make an emphatic denial of the report cmanadng from the Mexi can capital Ihat. yueen W'ilhelmina rf Holland, had undertaken to Imcivenn to bring about the wlthdrnw-al of tlen eral lluertii. The secretary Inlimalei ithat the I nit' d Stales is still beln lerinitletl by Hie powers lo deal Willi the Mexican problem without Inter ference, although as a matter of emir (esj Ihov are kepi Informed of all changes in the situation. STORV raged since. Rescue parties lire be ing organized and sent mil, but despite the fact thai every man is eitnlppeil Willi snowshoes, il is doubtful if any one can ascend Ihe mountain until the storm abates. The men vvenl 111.1 on Chi'Venne mountain early Wednesday morning on a hunling trip, expecting lo retuin that night. When thev failed to return at the expected time, friends merely thought they hat! de- v, In. had sinned. Mi lti Label-, for Headache Cures, Washington, Dec. ft. - Solicitor (ien iral Davis appeared ill Ihe supreme court today wifh a brief urging 1111 In lerpreliil mil of (be pure fund laws In roiiulre labels on so-called headache cures In slate the presence of deriva tives of babii-foi ining drugs as wi-U as of the drugs themselves. I I HI I! L i: l( I ITION .i i mas is not run: ilermosillo. Mex.. Dec. ft -The ex pected c vac Million by the federals of i iiiaymas. the west coast seaport, ap peared lotlay to have failed to ma terialize. It was reported that, the federals had reoceupied Kmpulme, a siititirh of the citv, nnd the move ment puzzled insurgent commanders somewhat. Tho Insurgents ore Inclined to be,.