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TI.IIM V-SrXTH YEAH. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, fEBRUARY 20, 191-1, Daily by Currier or Mull !) ik Month. Singlet Copies, So. BOY DESCRIBES BRUTAL GOMDUCT I "OF MILITIAMEN i N STRIKE ZONE Two National Guardsmen Al iened to Have Beaten Chil dren and Robbed Family of $200 in Money, EYE-WITNESSES TELL , OF BATTLE AT FORBES I Chase's Soldiers and Employed by Operators Are Said to Have Been Ag gressors in Fight, It MORNING JOURNAL BRftCIAL LRAtlD WIRRl Tiinidad, Colo., Feb. IH. An 11-yriir-ohl Slavish boy held the center i,f the stage late today In the federal Inv, stigalioii of the Colorado coal miners' strike. Congressmen, ntlor iii vs. mine officers and labor leaders crowded about (lustav Yeslienski. us he h.ld in broken Fnglish of being Kicked by a militiaman when he tried to prelect his home and bis Utile la-others and sisters. He declared that two soldiers came to the family riuieli at Stiff icld on February ID, ransacked the rooms and took fl'Ou from his mother's purse. Following the lad's testimony, Cnpt. W. C. Hanks made a statement to the committee tnatlhe allno, Incident had been reported to Adjutant Honrral John Chase, und that an active investigation by the military authorities was in progress. Captain Dunks said It lias not been ilctei uilncil w hether or not the al leged niilinge really was the net of militiamen. Mother Tells i f Outrages. Custuv was brought into the inves tii'iition chamber by his mother, Mr:'. Victoria Yeskenskl. The mother, in the garb of a typical Slavish ranch milium with a handkerchief tied over her head, was ,uestionect through an interpreter. She told merely of lenv intf the children alone ill the house ,-iinl of Ilndlng them bruised and ory inx when she returned. She said u purse that had contained 0D had been opened und that the money was Rolle. Then the lay was brourtht before t'.T- yominitlee. Chilli man Foster spent a few- minutes tryintf to explain to him the nature of tin oath. The ' hild, luilf-frlnhteneil by the traiiRe faces llt.it crowded about, did not appear tu understand what was expected of liim. Then Fred I lerrlmiton, attorney for the Colorado Furl & Iron Co., said: "Mr. Chairman, 1 don't like to see a child of that one sworn. Let him tell his story; we'll act ept it without an oath." The boy was led up to the table where the committeemen sat. ".Now, tlustie," Mr. CostlKan for the strik ers admonished, "tell these gentlemen nil about w hat happened." the due Soldier ci y Ilrnnk. The boy told of heins left In hens., with his four or five I'Kithcrs und sisters. "Twa younuei-j soldiers j iliiive up in a buKBT." he said, in KnK - Itsh that was imtdly understandable. , ifons to K,-t in touch with her ""ne of them, he was t-m drunk to u.,ehter, Mrs. Isabel Struiu at llono Bet out of the busny. He just sat ( w,.rt. fruitless todav Mr stronif there llki ( here the witniss nave , i a..i.i ... ,... ,,,t ,,. .. ,, ,,, .,,. a sT.iphie representation of a (Iriink in man asleepl. The other, he came in the house, lie said we had some Rims there. I said, 'No, no, we haven't j KOM.WliC lllsTOKY OF na Kuns except my twenty-two rifle, j .OVI.LlNT l JUS Wil l-; lb take my rifle, then he break open tlie trunk with an axe, i say, 'No, no, V(.w Yorki Ff.,, 19Mra fll.rl "ii (ant do Hint' He say, -Milt up.1,,,,,, s,..v,.nf,on was born Fanny Van re soinnis uuu vie -an ....,- nine, we want to. i n hiiooi your ("r- , , miither's tlothesi men ne lane mium-i s i , s arai shake them. Her pock, thook fall 'nit, and he K'ab It up. He cant tfet , It open, so he lust tear It open this! and he Kiab it up. He cant wet.,,.,. sh , Kt . ..,,., ,,,,n H,.,. way. Ho take out the 20, and pull; Ilia whiskey bottle out of his back iit ki t and put the money In and then put the bottle In on top of It." - The boy said the man he called a soldier then bcKan abusing the cbil-'lr,-n. "II,. kick my sister in the nose, 111,1 it bleed." he declared. "He kick my baby brother, a year and a halfi "Id. in the back. Kick inc. oh, y,-s, I'la'm, he kick me in the ribs." Kept All the Money. "Hid lie divide the money with bis C'ltiii-aile in the biiKKy'.'" asked Kep I'esrntativp Ityrncs. j "No, ma'in; be keep II all himself."; Following the bo ' testimony, a I white hearded tivil War veteran, la v"l i'. ,)ohnsonr accompanied by his wif''. was brought onto the stak'e. The -"in aie laucoeis near i "1 . ,Sji and own the land in which Is situated I tin- Forbes tent colony, Mrs. John " nisi ucscrinci me i-oro,s oauie, 'October 17, corroborating the story tu 1 by other witnesses for the strlk- that the light started when a mine Ktaiid threw down a white flag which he had carried up to the entrance to jh" colony. She also told of her house '"nig searched by mine guards, "fcattisi her protest. Mr. Johnson then took the stand nn'l told ii story similar to that of his Wife. Tie committee then adjourned to I'Tnilt the theater, where the hear ings are ht-ld, to be put in readiness '"r a pluy tonight. Several members "r the committee attended the thea-tf-i- Hope f concluding the Trinidad .n."a,'",lf this week practically has been " -'"'b.iied. The committee now x 'i"'ls t" l!nish here s(,me time next ' men in. ,1 i,-ir i,,.-, , ,,t s-n burg B nil In litnver. The case the striker- jio, , , -..,!,. I t;ll f.,r fu from conclusion. ureoii (ieucral "ashington, Fi Takes t'lmrsr. b. IK. Surgeon William S, liraisted of the WF.ATIIFU FOKF sT .i-llinjrtnr,, 19.--New Mt xlcn poS- ' "set fi IVI.I,,. "'!j- anow in ti'i. ntid Saturlav, untuin districts. BOLIVIAN CONSUL MAY-BE DEPORTED t MORN1NO ."HIRNAL SPECIAL LlASIO WlRRl San Francisco. Ft b. After rend inK ii transcript "f the testimony lit the ease, John V. -i-Ml mi, I'nited States iittiiii-y, said today Hint hi' should fot'wnnl to Attorney Oenoral MeHeynniils ii full record et the evi dence against Curios Sanjincx, Boli vian consul general here, accused of an offense against two small girls. A police Judge held that his court had no jurisdiction. ",s my opinion stands now," Mr. Preston, said today, "1 feel 1 shall recommend that my superior uslt Sie- ilctary llryan of the state department ! to request that Snnjiiiris 1( recalled. ; 1 1 is counsel made tin nlteiiipt to deny ( l o c W , I II l HH'h' M , f. , I , 1 1 I lllll, Mill, 111' (inly defense offered was (lie technical one that he was immune Horn proso- ution. It may seem wiser to try to the case before tederal courts. than to hrintf It to the attention of i the department of state. That has not I been decided yet." .! HEAVY LOSSES SHOWN ! IN SEIGEL CONCERNS TRV MORNING JOURNAL KRKCIAL LIABCP WIRI) Xew York, Feb. 1 H. Liabilities or the Fourteenth street store, one of the bankrupt Slecel enterprises, was reported by the receivers as 1!.T 4 S.anil as tiKuitiM assets of 1 1,4 Hi.Oui), The Simpson-Crawford company store 1 howed liabilities of $3,K2:i,eOu and assottt of $:". 11IM). IIOll. Fin'tire for the store in liostori were not Klven. The receivers found that deposits In the private bank coiiiliictcl by Henry SicRcl and Frank K. Vowel, iiKUI'eKatinK JLTiU.linn, "had been used by Sieixel and Vono In some way the conduct of the three stores," though the books of the store!, not u veal their Indebtedness for loans. did inch More ole 'ilinii laiiiat;o, Washington, Fob. 1!!. More noise than danuiKe attended the recent bombardment of the Fcuadorean port of Fsmerahlas, uccorilltiK to dis patches today tu the state department. Four or live houses were dainaKed and many foreigners and non-eom-batnnt,s assigned to a neutral zone have returned. The result seems to hae been a draw. SON'S ARRIVAL Widow of Noted Novelist and Mother of Lloyd Osboume Dies Suddenly of Apoplexy in California, 'V MORN,N JOURNAL RffCAL LVARf B WlRKI Santa Itarbara. Cullf., Feb. 19.. The body of Mrs. Itobert Louis Stevi nson, who died yesterday of apoplexy at 'Stone lledne," her home in Monte cito. will be held here until the ar rival of her son, Lloyd osbotirne, from' .New York. All funeral arrangements will be! postponed until ho reaches here, but; lit has been sumrested that her ex-1 pressed wish be carried out thnt she; . buried beside the author of "Treas-j ore Island," on a mountain ton near Apl:i, Samoa lulu for Samoa, where Mrs. St, -venison is said to have had an estate, ,, ;rif, ,,,,, Vtlited Stilt lier; f,m husband was Samud ,. (ISllOUrne, from w hom she obtained a divorce lU 1 , s7 s v,,,.y i(U iH known of the r (f ,. , sojourning with her son and tlallKh-1 FUNERAL OFiS. STEVENSON WAITS ter in fiance, iter domestic pre wasi , not happy even at this date, and shet,,, land Stevenson seem to have been ' l(hsolute co-hlnd of our svstcin of rain .drawn toK.'tlier from the rtart. In , illHpectlon. which is, without doubt, tlK.8 she was obliged to return to hei;on,. f th in lh(, ,,r-,i.'. home in California, and in Auirust of! . jthe follow ln year, alarmed at the Inews of her health, Stevenson hur- riedly crossed the Atlantic, traveling j as a steerage passotiKcr, partly be I cause of lack of means, partly for the I experience. At San Francisco he was stricken I with it desperate illness, from the i f I feels of which ho never fully recov iered. The woman who was to be bis wife nursed him through the worst of his Illness and In May they were married and went to live In a deserted mining town in the const rangn of tin rras. Subsequently they went to Scotland, where Stevenson joined his family. Aru.r n,,r hiishaml's death in Samoa , ,wn. vr stev, nson withdrew her. ..ir c...,., ,i,.. ,.,., i.i i,. ,-.,u,,i,.r,. i.t extent. I "lit il recently she made Ik r i home In San hrancisco. MHS. STI-: I NSOV As X.TI I' OF INDIW'APOI.IS Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. IS. Mrs. lii belt Louis Stevenson, W!'Je- the lamous novelist, who (lied at Monte i ito, Calif., yesterday, was horn In In dianapolis. Sh ' was -Miss Fannie Van-(terKi-ift, daughter of Jamb Vnnder grlfl, prominent citizen of this city. Fannie Vandcigi ifl was the first in fant baptized I y the Lev. Henry Ward r.eecher, when he was pastor of the Set one l'rcsliyterlan church her-.-which be founded. Mrs. Stevenson's lirst husband was Samuel iisboiirne, seer'-taiy to Hoviiiior Wiliaid in 1 S G 7 - LUs rals ,os In lti-1 lectbm. London, Feb. 19. The b-e!ection necesjtltateil by the recent changes in the cabinet resulted today in the defeat of C, F, (!. Masterman In the -outhwest division of Hethnal (Ireen by the narrow margin of twenty-four votes. The unionist candidate, Major Sir M. Wllron, was elected, receiving ..X3s votes to 2.K11.-1 polled by Master- man. Ihe no( ialist, J. Setirr, polled 316 votta. CONGRESSIONAL IMVESTIGftTIQN ! INTO ANOTHER ALLEGED TRUST j - " Q $ 0 t 1 Representative Charges That Interests in CI icago, Duluth and Minne apolis Control Prices, WHEAT AND FLOUR IN HANDS OF COMBINATION " 1 Resolution Declares Farmers Receive Too Little for Pro ducts and Consumers Pay Too Much for Food Supply, I tV MORN, Nd JOURNAL RITCtAL tIAgRO WIRtl Washington, Feb. lib Cormressional Inquiry into the oru.ini.allon and ope- rations of the Chleatio and Duluth1 injboaids of trade and the Minneapolis' al-i Chamber of Commerce to determine' I their iiilliience over wheat and flour 'prices in tlie country, ?, proposed In In resolution introduced today by Hep. I resentative Manahan, of Minnesota. The resolution was referred to the idles committee, and Itcprcsentative .Manahan announced his prossim; for a hcarinn Intention of before that ; committee at the earliest possible oaie, "The cost of livini; has not respond- cd to ihe general reduction In tariff , rates, the preamble to the resolution sets forth, "and does not yield to the 'steadily falliiiK prices received by, j lanuers for their products. The world's i demand for w heat and the coiisnmp j Hon thereof so clu.se I y balances Its j production fiom year to year that .there is no legitimate occasion for vio lent fhieiatlons In the price of that necessity." The constantly chiiniiinM: price to the farmer and the continued hiuli price to the consumer. It was asserted. Wire due to the manipulations of the purchase and sale of the wheat fu tile three orKanizatipns named. ;ach of the three, it Is charged. Is a monop oly controlling wheat prices. In Hands of special Interests, It is generally chained and la : lleved," continued the preamble the I usiness of the t'hlciiKO board of trade and its operations are controlled by memberships which are owned by a tew In r iff operator.:, particularly Ar- :;!h';;;,;;,1.1 ,1. Koseiilianm. J. C. and Hartlett, Fruitier & Co., who not only direct the mild hoard as an exchange. ,ut uctinK In conjunc tion with the IcndiiiM members ot the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce and controllliiK most of the terminal elevators of both cities exercise and have a ti unreasonable and unluwful control over the prices paid for wheat in these iireat terminal markets and therefore In the whole country, and unduly control and restrain the move ment, purchase and sale of wheat to suit the speculative purposes. ( mi ;o man in oru:s M A 1 1 A S S I ATI ;.M I : NT Chieano, Feb. 111. C. II. Canity, i president of the Chieano hoard of -trade, ridiculed charges made in a res-1 olulion introduced in the house today' by Ht-prcsentative James Manahan, of; Minnesita. ' In a siKiu d statcinent toiiiKht, Mr. Can I y said: ' "It is almost unbelieveable that anyl one could make such absurd and un-j true alienations of a monopoly on wheat.- The facts In this connection' arc that there is no trade or Industry or method of tloiuK business in the , il , , , I,, ii iioeii -, ,',.11111,. I ii i'u ,.,,,1 PevoOll I-onlrnl nf ll llsta im.l en, il. l,itl:ili.illil 11-.. .11 l (he liouitit.wu in ueilti i and prod in t h as .transit, ted in this country on our various cxchanKcs. j "The ) nncct I, in of , r.-iin iiml Ihn eontrol of oar elevators in Illinois is strict conformity with Ihe laws oi ¬ iES TO TESTIFY MURDER CASE IIT KORNIN JOURNAL ftCIA, LRARID W.RRl Auioru, 111., Feb. 111. Anthony I'e tras refused to testify today at the liupifst into the murder of Theresa Hollander formerly his flnncc", whn Whs beaten to (leaih with a piece of scantling in a cemetery near her home Monday night. ' I'etriis is under arrest In connection with vhe crime. His attorney an nounced he would be ready to talk one week from Saturday and the in quest accordingly was adjourned to that date. The Inquest was begun a short time after the girl's funeral. l'romlnent among the witnesses was Walter Hick man, the negro, at first suspected but soon released. Hickman repeated 'his story that tie was on the tro in which J'ctras and Miss lb ey car Dander also were passengers and that I'etras got off a block beyond the girl and Ian biu k. Louis Nelson testified Hint he saw a man running In the direction of I'e-: tras' home from the vicinity of the! cemetery lit about the time the miir-l der is supposed to have been (onimit t.d. Louis Hollander, father of the gill, repeated his statement that, his (laugh-' ter h id met I'etras early on the fatal evening and had been frightened by him. Petras was dressed with care in a new suit of clothes which his wife sent him today hut ho declined I to- attend the funcrul. I R U BRITISH OFFICER AWARDED DAMAGES1 tRV MORNING, JOURNAL RCICtAL L FA A f) WlRfl London. Feb. 1H. 'I'lic war oil'tco system oC confidential reports on which in m v ot fleers may ho con demned and sentenced to profession.! I ruin without, being beard in their own defense, was severely ci nsured by the judge of the king's bench court to day. A jury awarded Major V. Au gustus Adam, Jltl.tmO ft. images against Sir Fdwanl Wald ill bis capacity us permanent secretary of the war of lice. Major Adam, who distinguished himself in the siege of Uidysitnth, South Africa, brought u suli f,,r libel alio,-,-, to be contained In n letter written and published by Sir Filwunt Ward, saying that Major Adam had to retire Until the army in ronse iUence of adverse reports. IASKS THAT WITNESS I BE MADE TO TESTIFY! RY HORNINO JOURNAL SRfCAL LRARfO WiRIl i'l.i l.'..,. 1, 'el... ..f ' u, insUe ;,;,,",,, ,. Z,ZZ to obtiim a. federal court rtiliim- com- pciiiiiK witnesses to ,.'ive e idene,. in interstate coinnierce hearings was be nun today In the t'nited States district court before .Indue l.andis. Attotnevs for t,ie eomm.ssioii aslied that I'rederick W. Mils, vice president of the Armour ltefrinciator.Car Lines, be ordered to produce his books In the cominislon line hearinn. Fills refused several weeks iiro to answer such quest Ions. REGULATION OF DRESS i AND DANCE DESIRED RV MORNI NCI JOURNAL RftfClAL l.f AtrO WIRI, Annapolis, Mil., Fob. I ! Kepre- ' selltalive Miowdl ll, lilt I'odlleed a bill In the house of deli-uates I,, prohibit ; the weariiiii- by ulrls ami wiunen of. Allien hih In- led shoes and slit skirts andisouth of Attala held also the dani-ina- of such "Immoral dances as the Turkey Trot, the lliinny lluir, the Tantfo, (,r the l.oop-tlie- Loop." The bill presences looted from fines f,,r Hint money col- j riolatin ils pro- ' visions shall be how to dress d used to "educate nil Is : cciitly." RECORD-BREAKING RAIN INUNDATES COAST GOUNTRY "that Tu;q Ijune Arri Inej qn( Pr()r) r,l ol'.IVU UH, nlb a"U 1 IUC Pllv bnninPP Ftiinntpd fll Fiom $500,000 to $1,000,-! uuu in ouinein uainoi tn;i. j t-V MORNIN JOURNAL tRSCIAL LIAMIO WIRII I Los Angeles, Feb. 1 SI. Two lives were claimed and damage estimated at sums ranging from i 51111,111111 to $1, 1100.000 was1 wrought by the storm which sent 11 record rain to six south ern California counties during the past -, two days. At several points near Los i Angeles a precipitation of from six to I eight inches was recorded In the pe-; ; riod between midnight Tuesday and S ! I a. tn., today. The orange growing 1 I sections and the railroads suffered -l most. ' j The three trunk lines entering Los Angeles, the Southern Pacific, the Santa Fe and the Salt Lake railroad,: Were compelled to route l trains over a Santa. Fe blanch line. Santa 1 Itarbara and towns In the foot hills region were still cut off, although the; former was expected to regain rail communication with the outside late tonight. Orange Orchards lh-slroyed, 1 At Covina, In the fruit growing see-1 tion, the storm wrought damage cstl-' mated at i 100,000. (irane- orchards were washed out there. The body of, Harold Scitz, a rancher drowned there, yesterday, was recovered. The bodv, of Kmmett Osterman, the 13-year-old' boy drowned at Santa Jiarb-ua, was believed to have loch fcwept out to Hea. i Many residences were destroyed In this city, mid In th lowlylng section about Santa Ana, 111 Orange eountv, thirty-five miles southeast, hundreds of acres were Inundated. The homes of thirty Mexican families In the samei district were swept away. At Venice, a resort on the ocean shore, the canals flooded the town ami !a motor boat cruising through the I streets collided with an automobile j In which Mayor llolbrook was niak-1 lng a lour of investigation. : I Over Fight Inches of Itainfall. I Tlie storm was most severe in tin, 'territory surrounding Los Angehs, ! within a radius of ;tnl miles. The i heaviest rainfall was in f-'an Antonio enon, fifteen utiles norui of Po mona, -where eight and a quarter Inches were recorded between noon, land nightfall s. ! .1 . j All of the electric suburban lines I running out of Los Angeles were crip, pled and some of them will not be In operation for another day or two. 'The entire country between this city land the harbor at San Pedro was un der Water yesterday and today, mak ing a shallow lake some fifteen nub s I 111 circumference. The weather bureau predicts more fain tonight and tomorrow hut Ho- lorecasler said the worst is over, ' sun shone fitfully today. The Tea fliul FoHllcs I'ldlillillisl. Pntte. Mont., Feb. 111.- Pink t' and politics will not mix In Montana. Any woman or group of women pro moting a ptdiosod ten party Sutur- nay at tin" court bouse, as an Induce. nu'tit to women to comn out and reg ister for a H' hool election, ,,p any wo man taught drinking the sa, sup positious da, will be prosecuted under the 1 rrupt practice act of th state. Inflammable Hart fur Air Ships. I Pan-. Frame, Feb. HI. An Inl'lam ; mable dart for uue by aeroplanes was ! tested today In Ho' presence of mlli-1 tarv air experts witn stiiisiactory re sults. The dart carries a small res ervoir containing gasoline, which ex plodes on contact. Its puipos" Is to set fire to (lirigil le balloons or build ings. Three of lie darts were dropped roplane at nn altl-: todav from all a tude of CO' feet and fuund tholr mark. I nmnirn rminitn HtU Dliijulld HOLD OP TRAIN i IN ALABAMA AND Forty Thousand Dollais Taken From Mail Car on Queen and Crescent Line Just Out side Birmingham, CHIEF CLERK JABBED WITH POINT OF KNIFE Officials of Road Rush Detec tives and Bloodhounds to Scene, but No Trace of the Robbers Is Found, IRV MORNINtt JOURNAL RtCIA. LKARIO WlRtl llil'iiiiiiHliain, Ala., Fell. 1 'J. A Queen V- crescent railroad passeniter train hound from New York tu New urleaiis. funning forty minutes late, was held up near here by three mask ed robbers who obtained four sacks of leiilsiei ed mail said to have con tained more than $ 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 , . At Altai. I thice men hoarded t he elmine, and one and one-half miles ip the cnt;lnc Volvers. They i crew at the points of i t ben ran tl ie train to within five miles j of I rendu lo, where they forced the crew to uncouple the mail and express ears from the remainder of the train. After colllpelliim the eimilieer to lull I he express and mail cars a mile soul h, the robbers force, the clew to nn louple tlie mall i nr. They coven d M b" five mail i lerks with revolvers, land denia iided the renisiered mail ; pouches. The chief t lei k atlcliipled ,ln procure a Kim and was stubbed. The robbers ransacked the car, took ithe New York-New oilcans registered I poiichc and Jumped off, leuvlm,' a. I sack contalnimf JIII.IIIIO behind. The j express car was not molested. I'.li iniiitba m officials of the road were notilied of the hojd-up and a special train rushed officer and iloodhotinds to the scene. No trace of the rojjbors was found. The train was one and one-half miles south of Attala when a masked I audit steooed tin liom the tender and ! ordered the engineer, It. .1. .Murphy. ,, ,,,ru oo lus bands Tin, mldier : then took i hai-ne of the ennine, wlule ( lie 01 bis contrail COVl il the cineer and fireman. The robbers onion il the train i-rew i .t with the rest of the train While they ilepartcd with the mall car and i ugiiie. Two m. lis farther ninth they stopped again ami going back to the mail car demanded an entrance. The live clerks within bad suspected a hold-up and bad extinguished the lights. Fearing the car would be blown up with dynamite they opened the door. A-4 soon as the door was opened a oung man wit ll a hanilker 1 1 1 ii f covi ring his luce Jumped wllhlii the car and two other tiilckly fol lowed, They were armed with revol vei i-. One of the bandits ilclimntled to know who the chief .clerk was. A. H. Melville answered: "1 am," anil the robl er said: "AM right show its the icgistered mall." The two bandits forced the oilier chiks to leave Ihe car whtlo they robbed It. Mervllle was slow 111 show ing the bandits w here the registered mail sacks were, and one of them st Uelt Ihe end of a knife Into his should- r, Mcrvillc pushed (oil a small box say ing there w-is all the registered mail in the car. The bandits then bade farewell to Mervllle and urn oiipllng the engine from the mail car started off, blowing- the CIIHIIO- Wllislle. st. Paul Policemen (onileltil, St. Paul. Minn., Feb. I !. Marl in Flannitiuin, former chief of police, and bred Tinner, former city ilitectlvc, who were mod jointly on an Indict ment (halving bribery, were found gui'tv touicht. Counsel for the de fendants announced that the cafe Would be appealed. FORMER MARSHAL 0 DIES IN DENVER 'BY e)RN!f,1 JOURNAL g, ( r , A L L&AiSb W I R ,' I leaver. Feb. 111. The lumral of Saltlllel H. ttloltucr, ptoneer utlttlllLl mail, took place here todai. In I XV-' he was marshal of Albu Otienitic, N. M. Two warx prior lie was defeated for mayor. Since IXM! he has been In llenwr. He leaves a w tde iv a ml one bl ot her. Samuel II belt, I by th qiteloile as Hlonger is well Ii older resideiils of a prominent Mil-Ill - AII..I-! Influ- W 111 ll I otlal eitiell of Hi, earlier da s the city was in the making. Several Sever. i has re old lie times pinee baying here be vbitcd the city ami renewed tjiiainlancf s. The Miuv from Iii-nvtr is In error In slating that Mr. lilongi-r was th leated lor minor of Ai,iiineritie in ! Ml. Al that time A liiiitiei iU, hail not been oianl.ed asm city, and ll was not until Iks ;,, or three years af ter Mr. Pioneer bit here that Henry I N. Jatla. Hie Hist mayor, was elected .and a city wovcriinieiit orgaiilned. Mr. I'.ioitL'ir held his commission as town marshal bv virtue of an appointment from the b' aid of county commission ers i f llei nalillo eount v. (ieorglu "mi 11 ru ill M- Oiganle. Atlanta, O-i, lib. H' -Statewide action In the ni.iti' r of furthering the cause of worn iii siiftrage is given lie the purpose of the woman'n suifrngc party of Oeot Kia, In articles nf Incor- poratlon tfrunted lo re today. SECURE FORTUNE!! i i cv i at - "elk F ALBUQUERQUE i LAWYERS MUSI "It LL AtiUUl h LL.S Mi)' 111 MflANIft JOURNAL RPRClAi. A,JltU V,IRr Xi ' loll,, I'eli, 111. -Willi ,'ltdolice ill ll IS pi.ssi ssioll lending to show trtill mo. ,, --anus ol (loliai S of Hie eU llll'll.'J ee W.lMcd III COIUK'I IIOll WOO ne pmccctliiigs tor l II i eolldoliliiallotl '1 'lepell lor I IM- colistl'llcl loll ol lie s,a,sM aiilcdllit , Induct Allur- Seal sllUjHM It.t .S. V., to oli- 1m i'r at the .loan i.e.v lui iiiau looay is ,o i t lie! oit, tile a pin a I'ance rnp'ti umild't'l'VV t twelve law In that city woo acted filings, i ue will Of lllese il to l in, I ecu J' tl se.ircillllAi Id them tor tnclr titles and whether llie.1 blial.lt lli( If Hi;: Willi poll 1 1, .1.1 1',-i. I lie UlMll'lt't ntlol llcv's olllcc Kays 11 has reason to suspect mat both dupli cation ot worn ami mi plic.tt ton of en. iliies ale Involved. .'cvclal W H nesses testified before tile grand jury today In tti.it lor, to j const i action runtiaois, hot no acilou was taken. 'I he Jury will hear iuriher evidence llcM Week. FORCE ON ISTHMUS TO HAVE CANAL JOBS 1RY MORNINll JOURNAL RPICIAL LKAKtO W Rl I I Washington, I'eh. 1 (. I'ciinanetit ori.tiii.tilioii of the Can, Hilt canal opcr.ltlliL; lone will In- developed from thu present , uann.atlon. "There will he no wholesale reduc tion in the force on April 1," Colonel (ioethals hiss ani'.outiccd, " lied net ions will be made only as the work closes up. At the same time the forces ne cessary So operate Ihe canal will be selected as tar as possible from the men on the isthmus. AMERICAN CRUISER BREAKS WORLD RECORD (BY MoRNINa JOURNAL RPfCIAl. wKAKlO WR Suji lilefio, ( alii'., I' ell. 111. ScolillK five and one-half bits out of seven slims ihe Fulled Slates cruiser Cali fornia established a new world's rec ord for torpedo fit i ik In battle prac iie otf Ihe coast hole Tuesday. The filiiiH took place at a laiuie of .l.iuiii yar Is w hile Hie cruiser was sleanilm; ten knots an hour. The first five allots were pelted hllllsc.e.. STRONG EFFORTS TO BE IDE Ii BEHALF Brit Subj oil tnas interest Themselves to Rescue Man Who guage .I'd Abusive Lan- IRV HOANINS .ini.RNAL RACIAL LKARftQ WtR Ll I', iso, Tex,, Feb. HI - Pi, 1 Icb I leplei,, iitalivi s 111 Ihe Ctiitel Stales today promise I to take a band 111 the (Its tpi-caratc e of William A. Hi -lit, in. a I '.l it III subject w'ho was ai -; lesleil t junto. I,,..t To, sday and bus not heel, seen lo bis I'l'letlils since. 1 Mis. Heuti n, who fears that her! husband was executed alier his i,itar rel w iih 1 Ion, r.-il Villa, received a. telci'vain from the Ittiiisli ambassador suyiliK be "u. do what be mi 1,1 to help her. Ileiiiy Cluimhci lain, pol ish consul at l.os Aiicchs, telegraphed her that If i'cnton Is not heard from within forty-eiuht hours lie will come to I h.s -Hi I 1 I he IH .-.I 11.011 Ttll-lnt. with It-portcl; today (Jen-1 1 ra I Villa liunlvt itt nlly Indicated that 1 enli n Is si ill In his hands, but he , heck, d hlno 'If l.of. r- further Infor mation nil be gained. , "What it" you think of a man who would come over here with n six- shooter and threaten me ."' dema Villa. ' I think be 1 tight to be shot," i pi" id an f fleer Ii "I en I ng to the I Vel'satloll. I "Wi ll," added ihe general, "I ' the sivsliooier hi-re In a box " terila.v Ilia told 1 e, ,01 1 i t s ami o (ou tlaw Yes it In I s I und itltal llt'iitoii was not under an when today he said he had llelllo "safe," he laiiuhe I al being dolc-io In t lie previous deccpt loll. When told that the I It'll tfll amba. sadi r had b leader i-xpb rive a ' en app di-il, p -ale. I to. ofalielv, the r, ' I il -lit I III I IMH S I HOWS i;mi 11 u 1 1 n M MtHOWS Til FM.IsT ' I 'hlheahiid, M.-x , Feb. I ll. - A ,11 range sight was wituc-scd in the slleets here today when a band of Meiy T.irahtima Indians, el, id only in loin , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 an I lite lilankct.-i about their shoulders, ,,ml armed wilh bows illlil allows, illliled to enlist Willi Hie const it 11I h -tin list foi 1 i s. Thtc Indians ale known .1" life less runnels -tnd wlt'le they will be M l ved w tl h ril les :,tnl i 1( like!:,', mvlii- t 1 t h. :r wilh fireaims, that tlui as S'tiiils and mcssetice niainlaln 11 dog-trot for nil ly v ll hunt 1 at tgtic. 01 lo ll n ll ton, tl arit' tm'!! tr!".' Will be Used is. They can hours app. ir- KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS PRAISED BY BRYAN IRV MOflNIMtS JOURNAL RPICIAL tIARfP WIRI . Washington, p, h. I :i,-- Welcomed by Pit. "lib nt Wil.-on und praised by See-' rilaly P.l-Vall Its 'one of the greatest Influences opi rating in the world to hasten the coming of the universal brotherhood," the SUplellie council. Knights of Pythias, hotan its annual t oil', ettl ii'll llilf lull IV Willi lleleeates attending from i vi ii' slate and prov. ! line of the Noil!, American continent,1 Celebl.itioll of lite elder's Loild'H Ju bilee mark, il Ih" lino: si's-uuc, and In the i ma on! ioii bill lore and in nearly tf.niin lodne looms scattered ! tbroiiglioiit the I lilted Stales and Can- ada, i i;iniiii met .d i . ,- sctilces were In Id tonight. I Hii-baml. Wife lutrolt, Midi, ies if Andre lb their (bVeal-old mid ( hild Feb. PI- I i-ood. The liod- isasee, ilaught lns wile and r( ivi ii' found ie today, The family was i"iiiiiitl f lull, litis OCCUIToM fro.en in their home In II III hol'i! ies believe the overcome hy gas that a stove and th.,t the d about a well I'-i'i. ROOT RESENTS LANGUAGE USED 01 01RIN IN SENATE DEBATE General Extension of Arbitra- tion Ticatics Causes Angry ission Among Staics of Upper House, STRONG OPPOSITION TO MEASURES SHOWN Carnegie Commission Scored as Having Corrupt Purpose to Bring About Alliance Be tween U. S, and England, RV MeRNiNd JOURNAL RRftCAL Ll Ail 0 WIR, Washington, Feb. lib Intension ':of getieiul at bllt atloil treaties with i foreign nations as the tlrst move In 'the general policy of the admltiistra Ition to reha bilitate foreign relations, of the I'liiti-d States, seemed assured . t n If Ii I niter Hie senate had taken up i consideration of expired treaties and .had lb-tilled the issucH Involved In the situation confronting Hie nation, lleforo the debate In thn senate be gan on tnal ies with Oreat Hritatn, Japan, Italy, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Portugal and Switzerland, President, Wilson had conferred with senatorh unit representatives about the treaties as well as the paramount issue nf Pan ama canal tolls, He was fissured by leaders of both houses that they ! would Vote In repeal the toll exemp 'tloii for American shlpH ufter tha .treaties had been ratified, i Aiviiho I iii'lo Sam of Had Faith. Luring his conferences, the presi dent explained that It was thu univer sal view of Ktiiopcaii natlnnx that thu I nltcl States hud violated the Hay Pa utieefole treaty by the exemption clause In the Panama t it mi I act, 11m said no official I cpn sell ta lions tu that elfeot had I, tin presented In fact that tin re bud been no protest from Fnglnnd duilii;! the present adminis tration hut that he knew the Imprun siou wan droit, least In Kuropw that the Fniti'd States was becoming r" oiiss In the keeping of treaty ohllifa- tions. In the senate (he lines of demarko tlon as to the foreign policy of the. uovi'i'iim, nt Were sharply drawn when Senator Chamberlain of Oregon, stib miited a general amendment to all pending treaties which Would exempt from arbitration by The Hague tri bunal the follow ing mihlcctrt: Admission of aliens Into the 1'nlteil Slat oh. Admission of alien children Into thfl schools of the various states, (involv ing the Japanese question on the Pa cific coast ). All ,iiestions ni'lMinif from the Mon roe doctrine. Provliton of (he Panama act ex empting American ciuikiw Ise uhlppinjr from tolls. Heated I it-bale In Senate, HIsi usHion of tin, subject moved the 'senate as It has not hern movnd In many days, and a clash betweeit tsen atois Otiorman and Hoot of New York, marked the climax of heated debate. Senator o tiorman assailed thn , Carnegie endowment for lutcriiutlon .,1 peace, (,f whu h Senator Itoot l, the pic.ldent, declaring that ltd prime .motive was a "corrupt one," that It tlui not seek to promots International ' peace, but to create an International alliance between Ureal Hrltuln and the Culled Stales to the benefit of individuals who would profit from '.such a ('oiisiiiumatioii. i Senator Knot, taking thn remarks iof his colleague as u personal offense?, 'resented t lu-m In vigorous lung-tinge ami precipitated a discussion which was piolongcd for luoie than uu hour. I Senator Shiveley of Indiana, nftlntr I (halinian of the foreign relations ic mlllce, culled up ihe treaties when . the simile had pioctedeil to consider the executive business and in a speech appealed to the senate to disregard local Issues for the common welfare, in place the subject formally before the body, he offi re, a resolution that the treaty with Spain, which had ex pired utter live years of existence, be. -' V-lendeit without limendmeitt. This was lu accoi dance with the plan of Hi" committee to have threshed t all thfl Issues In fore a Vote Is taken upon any of the treaties, it being the purport, to leave the Hrltlsh und Jap anese treaties until the last. I till il l, nt l,,i, 14 prcdlchsl. After the executive, session, Senator Shiveley i, ml others pled ete,l rHtlfl iiiliou of nil the lii-HticM by a t-om-fo'tii'le majority. Senator Chamberlain of Oregon, opened Hie flu hi against the treaties oh behalf of the democrats who are oppi soil to rep al of the free tolls pro v isioii of the Panama, canal act, H asserted that this goveininent sliouitl not Htil-uiit any American question to a for, li n tribunal. The pending trea ties are alike, providing that disputes at law of over I nt clpret at on of trea ties which cannot ). Nettled by di plomacy, should be submitted to the permanent a rbil ral Ion trllitiiiul at The Hague. In bis view fto.-iitist genera! arbitra t l,in. Senator chitinbeila in wiim mip porled by Senators O'llorman, Poill ( iMer, W iriia-n Al'b-n Smith, of Mich- igati anil o titers. lief, leu, in Senator Ch.iiuberliiln to the Carin-gie endowment for Inter national pea ' i inlst'd Senator O'Uor ilinii to expand the molecl, wilh tho attiok which aroused Senator Hoot. Sliai-p Tilt Takes, Plam i According to senators who heard tho i-xi luiiige, the republican senator from New York interrupted Mr. jii'ilorman and rebuked him In strong jli'ms. When Mr. Itoot 'asserted that ; he r, gar, led Senator o'i ioi inau's state 1 lueid.-i as a personal offense, the latlei 'i"Miiri'l his ( olltni'.tie that he had laeaiit no pcisoi.al off, 'Use: then, oru toriial pairiis were exchanged, Sena tor Itoot declaring lhat he continued lo t , seiti Mr. i l ibit limit's remarks des iplie his piotetitution.