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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL TMIHTV-ni'TII VRAI? X(1 (WW. ... (IS. SIXTEEN PAGES. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, AY, DEI SECTION ONE. Dally, by Carrier or Mail. Mt a Mouth. Mngle Copley BELIEVED HUERTA IS PREPARING TRAP FOR VILL Roadiness With Which Many Important Posts Have Been Abandoned Arouses Suspi cion of Insurrecto Leaders, III Hie hull I. of Tl ll;i I iutl'll Well' blhrd rv b returning n,u ihw.tr. I I In mi effort In find refuge MTM the I order in Texan, itttuallv had aban doned ihat purpose. Instead. It In reported they had rcorganlxed their f' n es and begun a Clanking move ment on the army which. Hip r-'l general. Villa, has rushed from the , apum-d i l'y of J inn er, towards Chi huahua. Villus line la very much I r .lcd und hi communication WotiKI he nre.it ly Jeopardized by a sudden Incursion of a formidable force ,,f I, Min rebel commanded l,y Oroi (o which Is rapidly advancing toward him, apparently with the purpOM of driving him into Chlhuuhuu. Meanwhile, at least, iw, other fed eral generals with fragments of th" aimy I vaimeinhlrd after the I'uttle of 'I'ici i o lUiin. ii are reportid to lie on ccntrutlng on Chihuahua with ihe purpose of entrapping Villa's enm mand. Tht- movement might fall, i' is pointed out, through the reinforce FORCE OF 20 THOUSAND REBELS CONCENTRATING Constitutionalist General Ex pects to Enter Chihuahua Formally at Noon Today, is Report, V MOKNINO JOUBN.'L IMCHt IKtIO WlMl Juare Mexico. Dec. fi --The feel ing spread among rcl el lenders todny that the Huerta government was pre paring some sinister surprises In con nection with the projected march of t.'en. Franclsoj Villa's army toward Mexico City. That the federal troops had aban doned all the northern pnrt of th, i elm lit ic. after they had lieen lieateli 51 POUNDS MAY BE APPALLING NUMBER DENYERITESSEGURE SEN! 8! PARCELS POST; RATES REDUCED OF LIVES LOST EL000S III TEXAS PARTIAL RELIEF FROM FROM SIM BLQCKA RE ommand bi carran- i. re to then idi way Into of sttrren- iit" nt of Villa's .a s trooos. If Ihe federal troops adl original plan of making lb Ihe 1'nlled States instead derlng to the constitutionalists, they will have to do so without conditions and probably will not he permitted to figure further in the present win In Mexico. Secretary lluitison said to lay these refugees might cross the line, but they must do so without anv undertaking mi the pari ol the I'nlte I .States officials to permit them to n turn to Mexico. Interstate Commerce Commis- Rivers Submerge Bottoni'Coal and Food is Distributed in sion Endorses Purpose of! Lands and Outflow Cities Sufficient Quantity to Pie- Burleson to Greatly Extend Rendering Thousands Service of Department, . Persons Homeless, of vent Suffering From Hungei and Cold PLAN EFFECTIVE ON FIRST OF NEXT YEAR KNOWN DEATH LIST REACHES FIFTY-THREE EXPEDITION STARTS TO ASSISTANCE OF TRAIN Cheaper Charges In All Zones 'Many People Repot ted Miss- j Many Reports of Missing Men Though Bigger Packages' Are Permitted Only in First; and Second. ing and Marooned Tiees. Hundreds on Are j r.in Cause A in C an Alarm Out and Parties in Seaich of NEPHEW OF si v vmi! HnoT Ml Itlil Kl l -'UR REVOLVER ogalea, Ariz., Dei', tf (Jeorge Raker, a mining man. arrived here Itoday from the Mexican territory of ITepic. hrlnglng the tlrst authoritative ocmoini of the killing nt Huajcocl, Teplc. Septemher last, of his piirt iner. Morris Km t, a nephew of Khhu end forced from their sti -ongholds to I "OOl, iormcriv " H -i n BI HI seek safety in the mountains or on the Maker said that on the day Hoot 1'nlted Hlntes I, order, and after tlen iwaa killed, thirty-eight Mexican em Siilvailor Mercudo. the federal com- ployes had become drunk at a cele- inander, pronounced his force hank - i lift . was not accepted as Indicating ih.it the rebel will be unresisted in heir advance south. Sonic belief Ml x pressed that the federals had an Cffc" leCt in evacuating Chihuahua and ither Isolated federal garrisons whet t was Impossible for ihem t" "lo much A, MOMNINp JOUSNAL I i LI Aft CD WlMl W ishingtnn. Iec. il Postmaster Oeneral llurlcson's policy to Increase the w eight limits of parcels post pack ages In the first and second .ones from twenty to fifty pounds, to ad mit books to the parcels post and to reduce rates in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth nines, was approved today by the Interstate Commerce commis sion. The maximum weight of parcels to all zones beyond the second, was in creased from eleven to twenty pounds. The commission's ' consent" to thp proposed changes was transmitted in three letters from Chairman Clark to Postmaster (ieneral llurleson. The M I'l IMIs I usl 1 11 K l II (llll)S jltnut through th"' heart from behind, and also inflicted other knife wounds. ! Then, taking the murdered IMtll'l revolver and Watfllg the knife which mor.' than defend themselves and thu' :had pierced his heart, the .Mexicans their purpose in al aniloning their advanced upon i.aket, demanding posts wus to permit a more concerted imoney. Maker managed to evade them and energetic defense in the central land after remaining in the neighlnr and southern slates, where forts are hood i,mK enough to give Hoot H de more numerous and comunieatlon ho-1 cent burial, left for the north, tween thetn easy. ; He said the scene of Hoot's murder General Villa's Intention to iu&- was near th" Tepl" -Hlnaloa line, nient his army oY 7,000 by the neat-jtwenty-five miles from a railroad. ... .d ,,. ilr ulei,. Torreon ami '..... tecas und to mass a solid force f brat Ion "if a constitutionalist v ictory. They , ovolod Moot's revolver and sought his own premises to attach him. one of the i elebrators etalihcd approved changes In rates and Heights to be in effect January !. mil, fol low : To reduce the rates for the third zone from 7 cents for the tlrst pound and f cents for each additional pound to 6 cents for the first pound and -cents for each additional pound. Wellborn, Tex., lie flood In the Krugoa river is now concentrating at Navasota, at tin junction of thai stream and Its tributary, the Little Braaoa. on tin- Allen plantat near X.iva sota, twelve negroes and one Meg teas are said to have been drowned todav . Th only -f ive nt groi s are repot ted to have lost their liven an the Juan Parker plantation, on tin main it ream, bear Wellborn; Beet riil prominent planters are missing il) this vicinity. 'V MOSNISa JOURNAL ftSftCAI. ICAftfO ltl Denver. Colo.. Dec. 6. Men sand wlrhed between ridee ,,f heed old fashioned drags carrying rmi, sleighs . laden wlih milk cans and vv.ig. n t. The drawn by four and live apnn of homes . burdened with other provisions t.i- light, were I, leaking what had be . gnu to he :i terloUa Mai and provision - In mine in Denver because of Ihe more than three feet of snow which . cuvcr. d the i iiv and blacked ail sorts I ,il traffic for more than three days. . i Delivery men carrying their lOada I nf meal, milk ami sla I b- itrm '! les i walked for miles through the snow 20,000 or more rebels on the march to Mexico City, would place the rebels hi a position Which they never before had been in. Heretofore they have been stuttered while the strength of tfle federuls WM divided by their hav ing to gariiaon the northern cities. As they gain territory the relative positions of thf federals and rebels will li reversed, the rebela having i llTOttCt What they have won, whib (fie federals will be more at liberty for aggressive fighting. It was this condition that' led Villa to oonsidr' whether the government at Mexico City was not planning a campaign of C ootid ernbie extent for the tOUth an i whether the comparatively undisci plined rebel forces might not have to (i ntend with gli titer numbers and su perior fighting machinery. .oon tomorrow was lixed by Villa for his entry Into Chlhuuhua, the i slate cupitnl, evacuated a week ago by 1 (Ieneral Mercado, who with six other1 penerals and ,9W troops and civil-j lans, a.re fleeing toward the border at I ijinnga. Ieneral Villa tonight was 'camprJ nt Saiiz about thirty miles north of chihuahua. Communication between the blty and Ivls camp was by courier al Ih" t,'l,'t;raph letween the point! had not been restored. I'm:, rico Move, the (Ml governor, announced hU readiness to turn the city over to the new authority. It 'he first time since the days before PreUdtnl Diaz that this chanfeU authority while was pending. The event nallged by the ringing of Ihe hi, wing of bugles. H'oid came from the vlcll naee. ,. .i... t... 'i,.,nu,' - ' "l I 'ral Mei'i-ado and the other federa, officer and troops were moving slowly because many of the civilians were on foot end the federals ha ! guaranteed not to desert them until the border was reached. The plctur eeque exodus f the people across the desert has attracted thousands , of people to Presidio, Texas, opposite Ojlnafa." oinevvheie behind the refugees a huHhkl tlaln s straggling acrdej the dkaer with 1 2,(00,000 from the silver Mlnal at Parr,l. To reduce the rates for the fourth zone from 8 cents for the tlrst pound and 6 cents for each additional pound to 7 cents for the tir"t pound and 4 ' cuts for each additional pound. To reduce the rales for Ihe fifth zone from 1) cents for the first pound and 7 cents for each additional pound to 8 cents for the first pound and cents for each additional pound. To reduce Ihe rates for th sixth zone from lo cents for the first pound and cents for each additional pound to il cents for th llrst pound and S cents for each additional pound. "It seems ol vious. ' says the com mission, "that the service to the pub lic will be promoted bv these changes provided the revenue from the service is not les,-.' than th"' cost thereof. Your experiences and statistic seem to show eleariy that the revenue will not Industrial Workers of World Suf1 tian thp coat ..f a service. r "i "We can conceive of no opposition begin Crusade in Kansas to the increased weights ua reduced tales proposed except from the car riers that transport the mails. We have had some obJectlOBe from tnem on the ground Ihat the increased weight should not be permitted sion for additional compensation to the carriers has been made." it Is general mission parcels I to the residence section of the city and g.ive succor to the many families whose larders bad become del h u d during Ihe last three days. Coal de- liveries were made to the down town offices and hold hulldlngs and busi- ni'ss resumed a more normal aspe, t Street cars were manned for I v i v labor) distance mi one line and men. ami s,,iiic women, returned lo Iheli homee tor Ihe first ttmt the Storm began. The police took charge lilS ME innrpTrn AMU LU mi aOIKIU JOURNAL SetCIAL LtAfttO WiKtl Bryan. tx., Dec e. Kifty-thnc persons are known to he dead and scores of others arc reported to have lost their lives In the Hoods which have been svieeplng In. vOlteyi of the BraBOl and Ttlnlly rivets, in central and south central 'Texas, since earl' in the week. Threb thousand peTOOM have been driven to the upper Moore of their homes hyhp i"Wng waters ,o have l,'ii comoelleil to .seek retime n ir,.M. -- - ,h, ..., i... ..i ,,. -I mountains, is In a "tile I,, tile l,Z.al(l Wlllcli sill i I . llliil told mining town last night and this no, rolng. The power plant has burned to Ihe ground. The town Is In dnrkners save the light from can dle and Coal oil lamps. Flfieeli feel been made iii this country m the last t v reRf, In thi direction 'f nopulai toveruntent. viii, sllckl rhanflM ha favored whit U known as the "gate w,i anae admen t, now pending before ' hi, h pi ,,m, s phi lis for easier amendment to the constitution, The hope of the nation Is In a Don-p4rtlaan party," aatd henatoi Norrls, of Nebraska, adding thai the people eventually would gel potttrol nf their government through aveaaufee for which the league stands. These. be asset led. would hav e been enai leil veai's ago. "had ii net been fat the rank pnittannahlp that oontrola undei Ottf present syetera M.'pl'esenlal iv c Kellev, .if P, ntisv 1 viinla, made an attack on Renator Penrose. de lining that "while he may be pernicious he Is not perpetual, as we are going t show bun in lull Mena&ot Owen, "f Oklahoma, chair oian of ih,' Bommttte that organised the league, declared thai the spit it of popular government "makes each senator recognize Ihe onl sovereign he should recognize, Ihe Intelligent n.,i lorlty ' f I he pc.iple This L'lcii n .iveineiil be aibled. I "In effect a religion broader than party lines, as iio a, I as human lu,.!h erhoddv Among the other speakers WeTs .Senators Clapp ,,f Minnisotn. and l.ane of Oregon, ltepresentatlve Croaaer of Ohio, relconer of Wash ington and Keating of Colorado, Crl Vrooman, nionmtnglon. Hi,; Deios K wii,.,,. vew V"ti oaeph Walker, Boat on i Prof Lawla j. Johnson. Rat Viird: Prank J. Walsh. Kansas City.' Sin.. , W. Kuovv les. Wilmington, Del; Mlllon T. 1' Men, Han H'ranclsco Secl'etarj Dry. in nanowly escaped ii suffrage ambush. A delegation of women suffrage ttee freah train their c liventlotl hen, took pill" is in the hall al which it had been advertised the secretary of stale was to speak. land near the conciueion of his ud- dress Miss Helen Todd, n I'allfornli uffragiat, ana and called attti "And how about popular govern ment for woman. Mr. Hecretary With fkUhtni eves the seireliiiv sold: "Madam, in vuiir work you doubtless liavi fallowed your judg-l itii'tit and tenectl n t, In my work I hgre followed mine" . The suffragists itiude no further efforts to secure an expt i i rion from Mr. gfyen and the secretary I in medi al ep, thereafter li ft the hall. Iiiiting his address, .Ml. Iliyan as erted his firm eonvtotlon In bnth t ti right and the capability of the po pie to rule. The) tinsbt make mistakes," h CHS CHIEF CftfllNET OFFICER IS SUMMARILY DISMISSED Reason for Retirement of Francisco Escudero From Post of Secretary of For eign Relations Not Stated, REBEL COMMANDER HEARS OF VICTORIES Federal Military Train in Nuevo Leon Reported Captured With Many Prjsoneis, Arms and Ammunition, of traffic carlv and throughout the'"id. "Inn .lic wool I rectify them din marshaled the prov ision wagons jbiore ipilckly than If a few were nil-, through thv mjrron Ihoraughfareejlng for them," I which had been cu( through the snow. ! mlllntly he added that he could iteii,,it from the stale intake to-1 point ta seeerai mistakes the night that Cripple Creek, high In ihejbud mad during the last critical c lilloi yars. City Which Lodges three in Lockup, Forty- hours. In some oases for two "lavs, before being rescued. KstiinutCH of the damage genetallv center around M.MMH, 1 ne ",t the ,i M over flows was ,n tile ItraxoH bottoms of .his citv, where boatmen reported no houses visilile when they utadi t leil final trips, bafore daik tonight. The floods in luith livers tonight were he glnnlng to pass out into the gulf through th laat hundred miles ofthetr courses. In the rem:iining tWTitOO there were few important towns, but additional drownings in remote fettle-1 inents are feared. A number of town which had heen isolated for two days, reported todav. e,:ch telling of pmperi.v Joss over wide .... . . . m. .. ateas. out or tevv nrownin Colorado rlvi'r attW H E OF LOPEZ 1ST MORHINO JOURNAL ftPICIAL LOUD WISt Kansas City. Mo., Dec, 7. Twenty , indudtrtal Workers of the World wer. I arrested ne;ir the city hall here tagt i nighl when their haders defied the l orders of the police by makitis speeches on the streets. A great crowd was attracted by the speakers and two riot calls were aetit to the (entral police headquarters before tin crowd was disoersed. At 1 O'clock this morning arrests during twenty-lour hours numbered forty-three, all but fourteen of shom were released. The most serious dlst urban es last night occurred at Missouri avenue an I Main street, within a block of the city hall. Tin re l.otore tin police were nam re of it, a rtOWfl of seven Oji- j hundred pers ins had .lssetnbleo to thai Con- listen to me Harangue ni a ipeaaer mounted on a packing box. When I lie police arrierd the speaker was puliol rrom ids imnroviMd platform and hurried into a patrol wagon amid tin jeers cf the crowd. No sooner had the arrests I BOH mad? than a second speaker spraagj u? on the box: He was cheered 1 y the crowd but before be could speak he. too, 'was arrested. Then I third until provl- ' trouble of the Tcxde flood Ai Alleyton. on the lower capital hai a revolution will be slg f bells ami pruvlded by Ihe post master with the consent of the com ' that the rale of postage on containing books Weighing eight ounces or less, shall be 1 cent for each two ounces or fractional part thereof, and on those weighing In vx-' cess of eight ounces. thM one zone pane! rates shall apply. This Is fo be effective March 1, ' 1914. Serious objections to the proponed change in the rates on hooks and : catalogues, were made chiefly by 1 mailers of heavy catalogues. Inn the commission says it feels that the ( bunges are In the interest of the public generally. Consent also was given by the com- mission to the admission of shipments of gold, gold bullion and gold dust in Alaska ami to and from Alaska in packages weighing not more than pf anow covers the district, fix busi ness houses Were pra I l ally "b-- royed by the wind and seres of other dwellings and business ROtt were badly damaged. A train of th t olWVdjO and Crip- pie Cn el. and Kloreii" r railroad vvbkhl Iff t Cripple (Small Thursday Is still' snowbound at summit, ana of thai highest points In the traversable sec tion of the Itoi ky mountain, A re lief party b it Colorado springs today I on snowsboes and skis, carrying pro adding to the visions, ami n is nopcti uiai tney win situation, he aide to ti aih the train and gel enough food to the crews and passcn- gers to maintain life until they can lie res, lied, Kepotts of missing no it wire re j celved in Colorado Springs constantly today fiom mm nt; i n points and IS CT CONFIRMED mi txtsNiNa jousNtL tsicitL limis wiati llernioslllo, Mex, le. f. -hran-clsco Hscudero, secretary of foreign rotations in the conatitutionalbus pro visional cabinet, has been retired from the portfolio, This was unnouored lo re tonight. Rk ml, tn wai considered one nf the ableet advisers of the , onstltutionullst leader anil represented his chief Ih the recent negotiation at NognhM With William Bayard Hale, President Wilsons personal representative. Neither 0nrnl Carfanaa tior mem bi ri of the diplomatic family would I "mi, lent upon the causes of IJseU ib ' retirement. The Imuresslon ore. 1 1(1 iK.vv-ver. Him the change had hi en iii'casloneil by s personal mat tei which arose while BecUdero was recentlv In K so, where he Wfnt to grranga tie customs business .on the chihuahua border. i lero's ii" l essor has not been " lected It was considered possible thai his position would be tilled hy Manuel ItonllU, wlm served In Presi dent Madero's portfolio as iiilnlstsr of communications. Honilla arrlve'd hers yeaterda) lo offer his services to ihi conatltutlortallat government. H people I "i"( iii iiiriui iwit mn'i tivents ,h' rellremenl of RacudOfO while et Kl Paso had been purely clrcuDlstun tial. Bscuderw was reported as being In New York or on hla way there. A constitutionalist victory before Monterey, In Nuevo Lawn, was r ported tonight t" (Ieneral Carranaa hefe. (Ieneral Pablo Oenmlea stntiwi thai his troops had cnptureii a mill larj train bearing die federal troopa lot lieni'iiil Itllbio lot ' e th, capital, i prisoners, horses, I supplies. Oeneral Cmiiles also said that Ills troops had raptured l.lnares .in, I Montmorello, two towns near Monterey. S n it. ite to ren- oa muring many ammunition and QKnrlff. end nnnulr Cn,l, "I'enit.g "if telegraph unci iii;, ami ucuueo ocaicn 1 1,,,, wi,h dlslrlcts na, 'I he cue port lea led by Btera immediately of them, ftalroad traffic mUCh heller to, in It Is believed thai hi come much ru ai ( In all direction. I'arral has been service for months to bring the silver wagons. eleven pounds. The rate tlxed is cents an ounce thereof for all distances. "The postmaster Renera order, affective August 1 creasing the weight limit and second zones from postage traction In the first ebven to man took the box and he, too, was twenty pounds and materially .leduo at rested. Twenty men were to police (planus in this way, ( !olorado, the water tonight was three feel deep over the highest elevation Hay Cuv, twenty-five miles from the mouth of the Colorado river, reported The ST let within eighteen inches of the lop of the protection lev; A break, ii was said, would over llow a large part of the town. Colum bia, about fifteen miles from the Brazos' mouth, was surrounded by water, but It was leported no great damage was feared Uailroad losses in the Trinity and Hrazos floods are heavy. President W. H. Scott, of Ihe Kunset Central lines of the Southern Pacific, said Jthsy were the most serious his north and south lines haV had to ( intend ; with in nanny years, , The most seriOUS situation am caused by Ihe br, .iking of the lev,, j three mil long, on the lirar-os op posite Itrvan Mure than i thousand persons had refused to believe It Would give wiiv, and remained in their homes, which were submerged. I". perilling his experience yesterday and last night ill a n scin boat in th"' overflow fr this levee break. W. W. . tiriggs, .,f Houston, sai.i; 'Nebraska Statesman "Cod knows h,,w manv persons were left in th, bottoms. When we left last night, WO could hear eras rnited Stale set out in se in th" I ' It! res for- T MORN, MS JOURNAL ftSICIAL LIAftlO WIS! I Binghnm, rtah, Dec 6. search of over hair the labyrinth of th ctah ,vpe mint for Ralph Lope, the Mexican gunman, was completed to niL'ht. without result Tin- probabil ity1 thai the slaver of six men had es- normal for iraitv" at th th een SECRETARY BRYAN STILL TRUSTING THE PEOPLE Inter- ut i ml off from train It Hi was bordi SAN FRANCISCO POST CHANGES OWNERSHIP hauled Ing the rates of liostage for these zones !lin,i shout In the darkness. The are time that this step Kn huddled together in cotton gins of an experiment," ami hiKh places. There v. ere Lit tKBKLfi BEfcfKVED To BE IN PfJECAltrOVS ONDITIOM Washington, Dec . Mexican In terest in Washington today cntrM largely upon the military operations. Confidential reports indicate the vic tortou inarch southward of the cor. stitutional armies has received a ' heck, the extent of which is not yel known. That th rebel hadeis them selves have taken alarm and are pre paring to modify their plans of cflm baign to meet the threatening aspc I of the federal forcefl was. however, i" 'sitiveiy affirmed. iwing to the absence of telegraph. ' nimunication and to the reluctance of officials here fp divulge any of the movements of the contending artploi ir. Mexico which by any chance mighi aid one or the other of the factions unfair), it is not possible t, ascer tain all of the phases cf this bus military development. it is understood, however, the fed eral leaders in tlm uorlh. w'ho after Hie supposed defeat sustained by (hem 'V MOSNINO JOURNAL ftRlCIAL LIAIflO WIR1 San Francisco. Pec. i, Em ployes of the Posl Publishing company which publishes the Baa Francisco Kvenlng Posl, were unified today that the paper had been sow. The name of the pur chaser was not announced. Th, Poet will be published Monday, it was said, but not under the management of the Post Publishing company and what will happen after that was not made known Local newspapers for several weeks have curried teports that the Pot was to be taken over by the gen Francisco Call, which on September 1 was changed from a morning to an afternoon paper. Campaign Committee lo Melt. Washington. Hoc. S. The republi can congri KHional campaign commit tee will be assembled Dei ember 12. Rept " S" nlatives who have been -ui in their districts will re perl on lite political conditions and prospects. It will be the first meeting of the COM miltee since the election. and stated nt that was In the natur, said the statement LBUd the postoffice department "After these changes had been in effect for some time, a record was kept of packages handled in a num ber of large l -cp resent a, tiv e postoffiees throughout the United States, and re ports received from these offices show that the changes in the service hud been greatly appreciated by the pub lic. The number of parcels bandied in the llrst and second zones since these changes became effective, show an Increase of approximately Hi per cent. The average weight has also in creased from 1.2 to 1.7 pounds per panel and notwithstanding the great reduction in rates In the deal and second zones, (he averatfe package has increased from 7.7 cents a panel to 10 cents " The statement Bay al to th i hange relating lo books that "n lias bang urged by t Ircilating libraries. Schools, college and publisher ever since the parrels post service began, sslhe pres ent restrictive weight limit and rates on books are prohibitive to extent, except In the on of Makes tvasive Women, in mil 111" .1 with iltstints in the Interior of Mine and Report No Simi ofiiM,,x",0,n"" ;i","irl "3 1K In safeguarding the Interests Of Desperate Gunman Found Americans and other foreigners Ih a , i territory controlled by the ronatltu- AnyWner8i tlonallsU. Il also has put him in closer . touch with the various military and ' iwl chiefs and assisted in Ihe prog ress ,,i the revolutionary movement. M.mv i ,." s.-u.s w , re t ei civ i d to night which Indicated a general In clination to .ibid, absolutely by the orders of the insurgent i mumander-la-ehlef Thi i ame rrom a wide area stretched from coast lo coast and fur Into the mil riol of the republic. From Tiimpii n la Tumatilipas, near the Vera Cruy. line on Ihe east roast. i ame ,i report lr..iu (Ieneral i .indldn Aguilar that his troopa n -i dispersed group of bandits who molested ihe litoperly of the Klectrlc Oil company, ii foreign orpratin, If stated that tin,, of the bandits had been execut ed as a warning to other small Inde pendent bands in the vicinity. Governor invents, of Sinulou. oh m the west coast. reported that hla ,,,ssi t'c'l's bad acknowledged receipt of bt on the complaint from the American department Ilia! K. S Wlndbum. an American ranchman, was held up for tansom bv Mexican Insurgents. It wus assured thst the matter would he Investigated with all haste and that If i it, reports proved true, the guilty persons would lie punished. Peetra Rooaa.v, I'onstltullonallst telegraphed Ihe Issue of and bv I now)' '"I" 'I grew as deputies appeared tin- schedules Willi""- various tunnel imsiths with announcement that no sjgn at desperado, dead oi alive, had 1 found, Thi poisonous gases froced Into the mine for the purpose ol asphyxiating I. op,-, following his killing ,,f tuo ilepnlos in an underground battle, n Week Igi II ii red from , nighl Ihe arts not v all th, scan b et ex ham citizens Hint the sherlf j t os, todav w lib It for a Unit the Sean Ii 10 a standstill. Sh," ill sl'"'' Aljcts. 1. 1 Tooele county, licensed Ilr. !. E. Rtraup. mayor-elect of Itlnghani. and other local men who composed a certiching party, ,.f having pooled a bel o! tllMlll Ihat LOW would be noiated by Sutfi agists rit:!;: ZXZJZ AllSWer tO most famlllsi with the governor ,, tJitningo I mine, refused l o re-enter until In t , to Cuicral Carranaa that day, when thi disagreement e-ai tonight by . persons in a gin hotjUM on ' The p.vce is broken in th:e, place On top of the safe portions of the levee horses and mules and cows are crowded in gnat numbers." (Jriggs sid the rescuers In his boat found one HUM and ivmirin in s tree top, where thi v bed been (or twenty four hours. The liraxns bott I it best ta riu In n,l I t.ii, . were thirkl nt The overflow scstt ilies, who will not kn iheir seemberi were the floods subside mis, one of the counties Of 111" I, i, pointed. : ten d manv f.un now how man; of drowned until PI IRI IP LAND AID OR ROAD BUILDING ISV AtOSNINO JOUWNAL WPfCIAl l.ttf.lli WIHIi Washington. Dec. . A plan to promote road building in wesieri states was (nil'odicd In a hilt rntro rtuce.l todav bv Senator Warren. Il great would grant r.on.OOfi acres of publii cata- ; land to ea h of the fnHoOring state logites. and that it was not deemed ! to be sold for Ihe aid of road build advisable to place the order changing ! in A I iotih Colorado, Mali... Men the classification of books in' effect on j tuna. New Mexico, Ncvadi,, I 'tah and January 1. I Wyomuui. V MDANlNa JOURNAL ftSCCIAL LAAftIO WlSt Washington, Iec. 6.- More ,iu, t government was the keynote In speeches of Secretin of Slate Hryflti and geembers of congress and repre sentatives from various stales, al the first regular conference bite t,, .hi nt jhc National popular Oovernwtetil league. An easier method of iiiiu nil log ihe cemnttution of ihe United Btntoa, (, resilient iii I piimaries. Ihe ml native und referendum and other -minis or government were enoasi , "1,1 rather trust the people." de clared secrei.u'V Bryan, "'bun have ty croup ef people tell thetn whnl 0,ueattona should be acted upon." The amendment for the direct cic tn.ii bid opened the door, he said, for much remedial legislation which had been liupealble .to have upheld , ere. I In Ihe pusl Joseph W. Folk, solicitor of th" j state department, speaking in favor of , resieential primaries, declared Ihul il j such an Idea had been advocated lo a president ton vents ago It would 'have been "attacked i s. dangerous ami 1 rcvolui iutiary." The approval which the president'.-, suggestion had met be said. Indicated I Ihe wonderful progress which had w orkltigs. sh( taken refuge in per not il, us hart been thought, miners who weie thrown pbo in, til when I he mini In order to fill It with g lo work today. I t till I I. "" the slope d p.. pei currency in his stale had heen ci mpicted and that the result had up proved satlafavtoo to th hiisijic, in- bail tercets behind in Durango, Hie btislueal) nouses, iivei 200 1 with the assistance of th government. ool ol' en, have Issued fi inej which had the was closed I moral backing of the business men df a, returned the community. This issue may be ab sorb,. ,i bv the fint Impel currency : which is being Issued In great quan- BEACHED STEAMER'S titles here This Issue is not of the Hones, ion ocais me oHCHiug revolutionary govern- t..i DAMAGES SLIGHT !or , ntt IftY MOSNINW JOIISMAL ttSC,AI. LVAftKD WIMf, Bantu Honiim'o. He, i. The t !h)di line steamihtp Bemmolo, which -has I ii l "itched at Puerto PIhIm on (lo- MH coast. Is not believed to be In a serious eendilion. according to lh i: teal reports received here The Semlirde. WbiCli sailed fOHl N'ew Vorl. lasl Batttrd) for itorts in the Weal Indies, struck some ohstruc tlon while entering the harbor of Pilei ta Plata and befan b km rapidly, sh, was run preveiii her ainking Part ii'i'.n v landed In a llg ii red - omlitlogji : n .sieitmer. on cut I'lieii,. I'lata harbor tins bo ti-.. -ame obatruOtion, hi Injury . (.i:m:k i utFTTi: is IHli i:TKO flY IIFHMI.S lake wa ashore to of her 1 1 1 v dam ting Iht morning, ftubio Navarotn defeated bj th his attempts lo garrison at Vleg sfter being consul utlonalis intone the fe i la, before the wic s in ' inloree the federal cap- tttte oi lb ,-ity, has been forced to (turn to .Monterey. Rarly this week bis forces were routed at Montemore niil Linares, state of Nuevo I.eon, and Hose cities again are In the bands of rebels under (leneruls Cfti Irn itul Augustine Elbion. There is a well defined movement of constltu tlonallsts from Tamuulptaa Into the late ,,f .Nuevo Leon, both from Vic toria and Ma I. .moras.