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MJMRQUE MORNING JOURNAL. TllllM V-SIXTir YliAlU . ( XM. No. TRUST PROGRAM j IK SHAPED 81 Representatives of Chamber of Commerce of United States! Present Views on Bill to! Create Trade Commission, I NEWLANDS AMENDMENT FAVORABLY RECEIVED ! CONGRESSIONAL i COMMITTEEMEN: j New Body Is to Be Made PurelyT ArloloArw rnA MUU Pnv.mr tnl'1""- l'r "Unit, refer to the MUVlOUijf auu vniui i unu ivj i Mare Investigations of Cor porations, far MODNIKS JOURNAL iRfOAL LKARKO W,Rf Washington. Fob. ".li. Kfforls of senate ami' house committees were tin nil today toward perfecting as soon as possible Ihe administration's elili-triist legislative program. Tlie senate ( oininlttee en inters, ate I commerce held its first hearing' on the proposed (all to create an Inter Ftate trade conr.nission and amend ments lo limit the scope of that com mission and to make It u purely advis ory anil Invest Igat nig- body, were su'o niittel by Senator New lands, chair man i f the committee. .Members of a committer of the chamber of commerce of the ViU"i States (llscuss,., the propose I com missi, n b, fore the bouse judiciary and interstate commerce committees with relation to legislation to regu late holding- companies, federal con trol of railroad securities and short ei'liiS of judicial proceedings ulub r the Shc-iinun a nt i-l rust law. In dis missing' the bill for a trade comm.s sb n, Ihe committee of the chamber el commerce of the 1,'nlted States said li was not presenting the views of the chamber, since one of the duties of the committee was to present to the members of Hie chaiuber for rel eiendum vote a list of ouestiotis con cerning the priposet legislation. 'I lie Dissenting lrws. Charles F. Mathewson of New Vork. was spikesun'n ot .he coininil tee w hose iiirin l'i s , wa re in accord n every proposition except one iol i -Diced by I'rcsiileut Van Hise of th I'niversil y of Wisconsin. This was mi amendment Under who h bodies of sia h individuals as lumbermen and fruit growers desiring to form co-op native orciinlzalions might suhmil their plan of ol g.i nidation to the trade commission, whiih, if it approved the Plan, wonl.t issue a permit. This plan Dr. Van Hise thought, would lie ti help to men who desired lo do a le Kilihialc buslniss, but did not know liow fir l liny could go under the law, Mai perhaps could not afford lo pay liigh-pi Iced lawyers. .Mr. Mathewson argued Unit this plan was unworkable anil unwise. Ihe rest ,f the discuss, on was on the .tta le i o.iiiiili-sl, n bill w ith the iiniendruenlH drawn by Chairman New -lands. Vi. Matlu-WMHi raid the committee felt that the N'cwlrinds amendment would make a great improvement In ! tile bill and would meet most of I he i , nticisiu that might have been ma le. II" doubted Whether U would be ad visable to re,,u!rc reports from in dustrial roiporutiens mid said the ag itation of this uiiestlon war already musing alarm in business circles. He ixpiecsed Hie opinion that it would be UhcntislltuUonul to authorize the commission lo have access to the private ph te i'N of h ,-orpoi ation. Should I in In i (4- 11 Coipoi-Mlion-. Mr. .Mathewson thought it unwise to draw a line as to th.- size of c,,r HMHtloiiM compelled to make reports. Mid suggested that the requirement should Include all c, rporathms ex cept (Inse subject to the Intel-stale Commerce commission and the coinp tioller of the currency. 'Ie said he '"Ultl hy the Hldition.of a few lines 1 amend the Sherman anti-trust law so Run It would be iiitlsf iclory. 1 1 . vv"Ulit say In his amendment that the !i'W- was not Intended and should n..i be consirued to prohibit combinations ill resi-:,ini ,,f couuielitioii unless sin h l"inl,lnations were against the public Welfare. To l imit .liiii-dioiloo. Amendments to the interstate trade j "ininiKon bill prepared bv Senator' eind,. chairman of the interstate' 1 1 niiiiei-,-,- 1 1 nm,v -,o conferre "I'll I't'crldeiit Wilson on the sublet t 'sterna y, wire submitted to the com-: "ulff today. (Hie aim ndiuciit sub.: runted for Section 11 of the original "'Mori bill, would limit the lurisdi,-' "tin or the propose unniissloii 10 " '! rations "having annual kcoss re- ins exceeding j:',;,ii(i.oo,i .1Mlj would '"se It optional Will) Ihe 'ommi.ssion records 01' einer it shou d 1 enian, I tile rpoiation's affairs." Another amendment would protect ' "'la rations from unre:iM,.,e,ia , 'uiiieccna.y publicity of the state of ' aiiiiirs, pioiidlnii that the eomoou- """ should moke nubli, "in such form it may deem "n'l '' sin h extent us I'ffper the information " Id so f,,r as may be oniained ,x necessarv to ""K't t trade process liiime:t of ciis mattcrs as the tod to le of """'is. nd mieh othe ""inilSMon imty dee '" UltiKSt nml shall make an un 11 Jal report to the congress, ami mav :ili in it th, .. 1,1. . " . . - "01 .oen.i.i , 1,,,,-, or "''litionai lenislation." J' "mild further provitle that "any J who slu,n m. live public nnv in w rmtion obtained bv the commission "ut hs eon-et ,,r authority shall deem.Ml gniity r misdemeanor "111,011 conviction thereof shall be '""H.-h.ti by a fln Wee. .-. ,iii T by 'TIP imprisonment not ext eedins Vfar or le hi n bol li said puni.-hmcntK 'oi'i i.r ihrt " left ;"m'mliuc nt pruioeit would u a nilS.lellieiinor nit .Out,. .1.1, bv W l VTIII.i: 1 OKI CAST. ; ""ot'Xion. Keh N, , '' ' !''"'' nd Smurday, "5e in temp.-rature. w Mexico: not much fin not In exceed $1,000 'nr a year's' iinprh-cnmi nt or both, for any per son to "wilfully make false entry in any hook of accounts or records of iiny corporation," subject to tlif pro posed not. The mime punishment vvouhl aptly (o persons wilfully fur nishing the commission with false in formation. Provisions of the original hill, em powering the proposed commission to on est Ignte the affairs of corporations would lie considerably changed to as sure ihe conduct of nil such intiiiirles net urding to, due process of liiw and to tnnke the commission purely advi sory to the attorney g, ncrul and the courts. These amendments would pro vide that: Amendment Proposed. "The commission shall upon the re yiiost of the attorney general and may, upon application or upon its own Ini tiative, investigate 'any corporation subject to the provisions of this act for the purpose of ascertaining whether there has been in the organ- (union or conduct of such corporation : or In Its relations to other cornoru. iIohh or Individuals a violation of said Sherman act and amendments. "The commission shall submit findings to the attorney general thev Khali be public records. "In prncecdings In eiiuity brought by or under the direction of the at torney general as provided In the uct, . eommis.sion any Issue In the cause or any proposed decree, or ,tiestlons re lating to the enforcement of any de cree entered, whereupon the commis sion shall Investigate the t,ii,'sth,n nr iiuestion.1 referred to It and report lis findings and conclusions to the court Willi a copy of the evidence. The rec- Delias Ibid for line -ligation. Aurora, III., Fob. 2i. -The coroner's ury today recommended that Anthony I'etrus be held In $la,tilin bonds to llWall aciion of the Kane rv in Its InvesHeatlun county grand of the tnnr- del was The the f Thensa II rheresa Hollander, whose body found In a cemetery last week. vei',11, t did not charge 1'cti'ns with crime. S KNOTTY TANGLE ' California State Railroad Com mission Declines to Permit Issuance of Bonds Without Furl! 01 Investigation. MOHNINa JOOHNAL HPIOAI. I.CABCO WlKIl San Francisco, Keh. I'tl. -The affairs: ot F. M. (Ilorax) Smith, including the I'nited States l'ropertles company, u $:'I1II,(KIII,IMMI New Jersey corporation, will not be financed along the lines proposed by a committee of San Fran cisco bankers who have telteti them into hand, until the state railroad commission has looked Into them mole thoroughly. This was made plain today by l'fesident Kshlemnn, of the commission. Tho San Fra tit isco-( lakland Termi i nl railways, popularly known as the Key route, which is a subsidiary of the Citlted I'roperties company, ap plied for permission from the com mission lo issue five vear ." per cent bonds in the sum ol- $1,000,00(1, to se cure $.',tiO,lJno worth of 7 per cent notes maturing: next .September. The notes were H rapcisco to be financed by San bankets, unit Ihe whol- 'transaction was described as merely 1 temporary to title over a crisis. ; Wh'-n Commissioner F.-hletnan ! found that these .", per cent bonds ' themselves to secure an issue of notes, i were In turn lo be t lying Issues' already tired by under. , ..rk.-t-.l be , made it plain that the commission I would not go on record even tempo rarilv as upprov lug all. these tin lolly- ! j lug Issues. "When I look over the records of 1 the subsidiary companies which com prise the I'nlteil I'roperties tompaiiy mermr," he said, "I wonder whether, ;tneie is anything in finance that can i not lie (lone. "This coiiiini-sion would never ap 1 prove a plan ol refinanciiu; which did not .substantially contract the amount cf outsta 11, ling stock." IN CLASH WITH GENERAL CHASE my MOMNINN JOURNAL IffClAt liaseo WIRII Trinidatl, Colo., Feb liti. All afined tfllce prevailed tonight between Stale Auditor Itoatly Iveiichan ami Aiijutant Ceneral John Chase The military nu thoiities annolincetl that they were K'VI"K "' autiitof every assistance In his examination f Dit ccounts for hots, s pur Kenehan 1 based for the III il it 1.1 . Mr. lid that the investigation would be disco.vt niiied nml payment of the bills held up unless Captain Foreman continued the testimony he began before the auditor today, ijeii--i'al Chase sat, I he would not penult For, matt to answer Kenehan's ,i', s- Hons. After 1 to obey , Kenehan, testimony leneial Chase today rt fused ; 1 subpoena issued by Mr. t onir.iandltig him to uive in ";m investigation I am inaking into the financial affairs of the hoi si S used b) the military." there was a personal conference be tween the adjutant geneinl ami the auditor. The examination and ad- Jtistment of the bills began with every Dung apparently peaceful. Utter lien- cral Chase sent a letter to the auditor -offering to furnish all the Information tb ii'dl. but positively tle lining to per-'ut COMPANIES OF BORAX MIT IN ST mlt any subordinate officer to Hive I Several of Zimmerman's Mentis oor tcstlmoti). Air. Kenehan immediately j robonitert his slory. .-..ve- in vue 11 lie iipi laie.l V ai. ) AsKi'U by tlie pit, lee Why tot effort tain 1'oioiiiau must testify or theie'was made to capture the baieilt, Zim would be no audit of the bills II ke-1 merman replied i Wise Ho pay for the barse. j ALBUQUERQUE, mil irn nnunrn Sill hK fl SHS UULLLII IIUUUULU BOSS MURPHY OF HOLDING UP BIG Former Governor Says Tam many Chief Did Not Give Back or Account for $25, 000 to Anthony N, Brady, CONTRIBUTION andiCAMPAIGN MONEY IN NAMES OF DUMMIES Alleged to Have Ap peared as Given by Men Other Than Real Donors; Conflicting Testimony. (V HORNIM JOURNAL IPICIAL LIAktO WIRII New Yolk, Feb. I'll. -Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tammany hull, did not give hack the $ L' , 0 0 0 ca inpiiiuti contribution of the late Anthony X. Dratly In 1SK, as Murphy said h did, according to sworn testimony to day of William Sulzer. deposed go , 1 ma of .New York. Sulzer, a witness for the second time at the John Doe liiipilry Into po litical graft, testified that .Vluipby had told hint that he turned the ?J.".alMl over to the tlemocr.itie slate e, 111111, it tee. He added that Murphv also said he hud fixed It," so that it would be lepcrtetl In the committee's list of campaign , ontribiit ions under the name of a dummy. It Is the $ 'J 0.1100 which Sulzer says was first offered to him and which he refused to u, pt. Murph), in a recent statement, said he had given the munev back to Dimly. He piobably will he called to II his story, under oalh. Ivittlrely Different Trail-action. Sulzer conceded totlav Hint Muruhv had given the sum of $2,1,01111 back to Drudy, according to Sulzer, to com promise a suit for $4(1,1100 which he said Dratly had brougnl against Mur ph) 'Murphy sent .1 1 litady and get Sergeant Cram to him to call (iff the "Dlattv was an list' ii to Crani. He lZu gtd .Murphy had s'.v.iru falsely m his aiuwer to the suit and that lie had 'better come turns with the money or : oe ivtniui press the suit and 1 him " expose Murphy lit arilsley. on the a,l ice of Samuel A. firmly" attorney. finnllv went to see Drudy himself. Sulzer naid, a ml llj-uth compromise,! for $ J.i, 0110 "Hrady made him 11 present of $1;,. 0011," the witness add,,!. "The sum mons and complaint in this suit, If they are not destroyed, would make Interesting reading. " Story of ltjan" Slll.lllill. Sau-.er also testified toncerniiih the '$10,0(1(1 ct Mi Modioli which Allan A. Il.i.tn. son of Thomas F. Ilyan. the fi ran, lor, assorted at the witm is" im peachment trial he g.ivc to Sulzer and which never was reported in Snlzer's list of contributions. The witness iiil he nave it to John H. Delan.-v, now heatl of the stale bureau of efficiefiev and economy 1,11,1 that Delaney told h:in he had given it to Murph).' Tin was another contribution, which he Mhl, Murphy told him would be listed under the name of a dummy. He also do, Ian tl that Delaney iiau kept for his own tatnpaign expenses" $ ."."..dim, " ' "-" i'"zeri had given to linn democratic state help out th to "belli old' committee. "you'll find a lot ,,f dummies on th"' I"" In by the democratic state committee," continued the w itness h lot or men who wouldn't give $,. 000 tu save the democratic party from the damnation bovv-vv ,.w s." He nam ed uniting these alleged dummiis Thomas F, Me.y,,, Tammany leader of Harlem, mid Ceorgc Washington t'lunkilt, another Tammany bailer. Denies Sulzer';. Statement. McAvoy, called as Ihe next willows, denied that he had ever "given ,, dollar to the democratic partv that was not mv own money." "I gave from $:!.r,00 to $;i,,uol every year," he said, "in accordance as to how I was fix.-d ami my own interest in the t aiiipaign," . I'lllllkitl, who Ills,, Was to have been called, failed to respond to his sub poena. Another witness vc.is William -I. Sullivan. secret. irv to .lames A. Farrell, Steel c, In l'.UL'. git),' $. president I'pot alio,,, ut the r, .."inn In ci of the He t 111,-.'. I o sir oui A rthui llite, Slates "titled that F..11. 1!. lo f F.i 1 rell s A. Me., an. pot'sonnl funds li treasurer of the democratic st ile com mittee, lie produced a receipt made toil to himself mid signed bv )e.ean. "How ditl )oii happen lo have the receipt made out in v our name instead of Farrell's '.'" the witness was asked. "It was my own Idea," Sullivan mill. "I knew Unit Mr, Ktirrell was the only democrat ill the steel oigati izali'ili ami I Dtotight that In- would prefer not to have his name appear. He was ,iiite exercised over It and told me that there vas no reason why it should H"t be' in bis name but In let t go, as it was Immaterial." RAFAEL LOPEZ SEEN IN ST, PAUL, IS CLAIM IRV WORN.NS JOURNAL RPtCIAL LfAilD WIRII St. I'aill.xMlllll., Feb. i'li. Police to- niRht are scan hing for a liutn believ ed to be Dafat'l Lopez, the Mexican desperado who took refuge In the mine til Dlngham, I'tah, after slaying six men. Aloses Zim iiit-i'iiiaii, h horse denier, who met I. ope, at Denver. Cob,., tub) the polio., today that Die bandit appeared at a horse sale here yesterday. "I met Lopez several times at the horse sale In Denver last July, and I am positive it wits he who annealed yesterday's sale.'' said Zinunei ma n. "I.(,p, z shoots from the hip '' NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914 BECKER W'iLL NEVER BE POLICEMAN AGAIN! IRT MORNINR WBNt RRAC... LIARIQ WlRf New York, Feb. 2ii . -I'hai lea Beck er, the former New York police lieu tenant who Has granted a new trial on the charge of to unlcnug Herman Rosenthal, the gambler, w. is brought from Sing Sin today and lodged in the Tombs to await the disposition of his case bv District Atlornev Whit - 1 man. I Decker, who had been in pi ison awaiting- electrocution, is confident that the action of the court of appeals ,int"ins that he will ultimately regain 'his freedom. He nsxerted that he did not mean what he s.ilil yesterday about going back on the police force land ", I, unliift up the gun men." "I Would not It" back on the force for all the money In the world," said he "And there Is nothing thai would Induce me to live In New York after I am filially fried. My greatest sor rows and triumphs have been In New Yoik. nut 1 didn't get a square deal.'' Mrs, Keeker went to nsKimiing and accompanied her husband hack to New York. District Attorney Whliman asserted positively that he will put Decker on trial for the minder of Herman Ro senthal. He said he Is preparing for a new trial either in April or May. Sir Lionel ICcaihcs (.alw-lon. i J.i 1 vi sion, Tex., Feb Lib --The Ra d ish ember Ksc., on which Sir Lionel Curdon. Diitlsh iiiitiislcr to .Mexico, failed for this pott ciilotile to Wash ington, was reported here tonight olf the bar, due early tomorrow. HUERTA BLAMES PRESENT FOB Mexican Government Issues Statement in Which It Says Disorders Follow Importa tion of Arms, 'V WORN. N.1 JOURNAL RLC'AL LKARtO WIRII Mexico I'll), Feb. Indirectly the blame for the exeeni ,o, rf Wil liam S. Dent, n wits placed on th, I Ililed States tonight I) Ihe Mei,all govcinmeiil in a iiiei'ioiandiiiii sent to Wasliiugt, 11, copies of which were tie-' liVeretl to tile fore ie 11 leg;, t loll.-l her".' Hope is expressed In th" 1111 11101 a a 1 11111 thai the l iilt ., S.atcs will tec IX nine the evils w tilth have developed following Die permitting of the Iin-; portati, 11 of aims by the rebels audi will take steps to remedy tbeni. "The It tieal. by the gov eminent of the I'nited Stales of that decree that prevented exportation of alius from the I'nited Stales to the rebels place I I he rebels III a favorable situation for , 0111 in it t i 1,:,' , utru'.-.os und prevents the ( onsllt utetl jt'ivei niiit lit repressing as 'luickly and an in rgel it ally us Willi lil desire such excesses," said the 111 t-mi irn 11. 1 it 111. "This woverimieiil, without discuss lug the light that the I'nited Slaits, in ty have to observe the policy which' most Interests II in lis lelations with' Alex. CO. believes tile lillle has come lo remind the gov t-rnifienl of oi;r nclKhhorimj; etiintiy that the rebel-: In all the- regions whit h they control, fal'floin a 1 1, lllpl illrf I be esla bllsillltelll of any institution that Would t harac leilze my govei iimtntal functions, live giving tut ipa lile signs of anarchistic tendencies l,l.l if ubsolllto lack ol i.spe. t of all Interests that moral audi international justice Imposes upnu ' 1 ivilie 1 people. "till th" nihil- hand, the col, sill ill c.l government not alone Is dictating mcitsoies et I :t ;tci, nisi) , so far as ,s possible, to bring about submission f the rebels and to re-eslahlish sot la ! and const i 1 ut iona I institution In tor-, litorv now removed from Us jurisdlc-' Hon, but in all low lis where It Is in power it is giving full guariinlets to the int. tests both if nationals an I foreigners. "I'tt to this point of view it is be lieved that the government ,,f Hf I'nited States will iml place In ,oo1, ihe right that belongs lo Mexico to expect its t nllalioiatioii In a win k whi, li il is doing in the Interests of civilization at. d likewise that H will fix lis attention on Hie grave cms, -oiiemes that conn- from levokng the decree lion pi 1 h i bit ed until 1. nt I y ' the exportation of arms." "Tills government .-xpie is t,, comiov vviih its high ,!niv 1,1 humanity and Willi the fiiiicK,n. of a repre s,nla l iv stale Hint forms part of inlet in, Hone I wocie'.v by soli.iling by means of litis cole I. -l ie, lion bv ..or neighPorin ; sad . oti--e of I eiiels w ho r or pi-opei i continue 10 COUNTERFEITE 1 'V HOHNINB JOURNAL R'CtlAl IIARCQ WlRCI I 'Douglas .vi iz... Feb. 2H, I'nustit'i ; tlonallsts are so much troubled over a ilec.-nt iliMoverv ol many thousand dollars of , oiiiii, rfeit rebel currency 'Hint the) bate lb. pled to recall the I present K-ue and leplaee it with new , urreney. ncconliii.. to Consul Lelvier. ! Th.- low currency, which already, i has be.-n oiilor. it in New York, will ; be better guaiil. il 'n transit than Its pr. ib , e.-s.-r. in old. r to prevent ie. jenn-ece of the .spilling of oil is out of 'it trunk all the way from 1)1 Dasn west., ll Is understcoii there will be $10, H0ii,ii0 in the new Issue, of doiiuiiii-1 I tuitions ranging from SI to $100, the ; design closely resembling 1'nlted j Slates paper ( lin en, i ! i Toirt-s Salflitiui. ;t Soiiota tosoe.-t..,- for the constitutionalist treasury tie-' purtmi iii, is said to have seized InigVis' currency to the amount of .j.iiiiil ,i,.u(,s ill AgUit I'lhtii. ! BENTON'S DEATH 1 chlill, l eg;, 1.1,11 I h : e 111 . , s 'if the ..II I ill!! ' 1,1. 1.01 I , (,.. i ol c. ho has 1. 1.,, ehi and v!l REBELS RECALL NEW CURRENCY; I ; iin niliiinr iinin NUUHANbtNUW ! CONTEMPLATED American Foices Nut to Br Sent Into Southern Republic as Such Action Would In volve Country in War, PRECEDENT AGAINST INTERVENTION BY U. BI PRESIDENT IN MEXICAN POLICY Mnvin.o nf Arnw Infn fail, in nn,l!0fT0RS UNABLE TO Landing of Marines in Nic- aragua Caused by Entirely Different Conditions, IRT MORNINO JOURNAL IRtCIAL LCAIttl WIRII WaKllillglon. Feb. L'lj, - l't t sltiellt Wilson lo.bi) tool, the i.osltb.ii thai lor the l ulled Stales to send murines or ariiie.l fortes of any kind inne .Mexico without the i ensoul of Hi-! governing anihoi it it s there Would be ; an act of war. He emphatically ne si Hud tluil pefnii.iii.ii never bad been ! sought either of tleneial lliierta nr' (ienertil Cariai.za and indicated no tc ,iiesl of that character would be mat li ilt the near future. The president un noiinceii, too, that no chanKe in the; policy of the American goveriiuu lit : Inward Mexico bad been declilctl upon.! Tile plesl lelll had I, cell asUe I I about reports that Anu-rivaii troops might be sent across the border lo. it-cover the body of William S. Den ton, the Drilish subject, recently exc-! cuted ut Juarez, ami ctuiceriilug toih 'isheil dispatches that l!e I'nited Slates contemplated sending marines I,. Mexico City to guard the American' i ttihassy. 1 1 tn ft ii Makes Mi-statement. tine press dispatch, saving Ceneral lliierta himself had slated today that be ha, I refused permission to. the t'niltd Si.tte-i to s.-nd L'.liou ma line:' ! .Mexico city wins flimvn to I'l evident Wilson, who said, it was untrue that such a reipicM had been made. ,'le lidded that neither, ( barge t I'Shi, tig linen.-) nor tin) one else bad been a tl t b oiTed lo tliscll.,." Willi Ihe lliierta government ihe land ing: of marines in Alexno, Administration officials expressed lb.- opinion that (lencin! lliierta 111- It i ri'tl tlie statement about American murines at this Lino merely for ( fleet; upon the Mexican people whom he. hoped lo impress with his antipathy' toward ill,- Amei b itn gov t rnnient, as it is well known that permission to land marines for It-gallon gt aids has' been freely accorded hy lluerta tn' tuber nations, Int Iml.ng- Ureal Drltaln and tlermanv. M tiding Miirlm s Not Colllenipliltcll. Th" president txplainid that the sending of marines to Mexico had never goltell bt ) ond the stages (it met e discussion among u tmlnisl t nl Inn ol I'l' iii Is. li,. sni.l thut w hen (lre.it Drltaln and (lerniuny sent niaiines to Altxico t'ltv lo gum. I tio-ir legat ions, allhough the I'nlt.'d Stales was up prised In advance of the step mid til lered no objections, there was u riat utal ill-i.e.s'tlon here to (IcUi in, km if Ihe American govt rnment uMoiild ink, similar a. Hon ills Inforinatlon, lit added, was that Mexico I'llv was unlet and that there was no danger to for oigners, ami vviiile chnrtrn tiShiiigh Hess) as will as lp.il Atliuiral Khu ch ef were ;i..-., ( f,,i Hi. if opinion,- itb..,,i an (inbassy guard, both advisetl that silt h a sh p was not necessary. Il was tleailv realized hy the mi ni 1 nisi 1 nt inn here ill the time the t(ls 1 nssion began that to ask the Hncila government lor permission to luml 111. iriios would Involve 1 t-i ogiulpm ,u lllllt gov el lllllellt. Dcguid for I'l fi cth uls, la tli.ll llssing Hie Mlbjt'i t of setl.l- 11. g art I toicts Into Alexno. tin president showed familiarity v u tt the pi -cedents, pointing; out Hmt ni the nine ot the I'oxt r rebellion the ''hi nts. government prat tit all) had in vited t he a Had powers to pi ,,ei 1 their legations he. aese of lis. own ili.ibilil '. lo do so. II.. left-nod o Hi,, foe; lb. 11 Ihe landing of American marines :ii ii aragua to protect u null I wa.i done with lb" permission of tb" Ni 1 iilaguan (.' eminent. The president saw in, parallel In Mexbo to the sit 11:11 Ion I hat t Xistetl 1, t t hi- Hi t t to- r.oxcr 0 11D1 reals. When H was sog u.si.il o him tin, 1 I 're-...i. t H11 1 ban.in, in a msngc lo congliss, bad a, iv a ale, I sen, III, g troops niio north I I II Mi i. o to I , si ore p, ;i, e, ,M Wil son spoke of having 1 1 11 1 1 e 1 . ceiilly und ihe lues-age and called attention lo Ihe failure of President I'm hall , u to point ,ei any rule of lulci n..t 1011..I l: w iimlei' wbicli aioicil lori es uulj I 1 s 1 nl Into another coi.iilrv wilhoul llo- filler s pcrinissloii, unless U. were an a. I ol vv a r. Sllualioii ut (iningiil. The pro-blent views the general si. iiaiion in .M.xicu as far as the prut, r, ss of llo- icvoluiioti i.s . on, ,1 tied as bill lillle 1 hanged. Illicit, t's re scinds, be thinks, have been weak . lie. I and he has learned of an untie -tone of dls.-at is fact iott among Aloxi 1 ,111s 111 Ihe leirilorv coulroilcd b., Hueila al the laller's arhiiiafy exac tion.: of funds. lie let il be kio.vvu lie, 1 he I. nl iiiunlicd Inio 1, ,1,,11 ahout American liiiain ial aid to Cin -ntnza, tin, I was , onvlm e, thin there was no I alter in concessions between 1 ':, 1 , :, 0. 1 .iml Am, 1 11 an f in,, nciei m. Mr Wilson presume I'arranza is g.-, ting most ot his funds now b) Inter nal taxation and import duties. ('poll llo- I'cllloil episode the presi dent bad i . 1 1 i . - iiilnlic.illi.il to levea1 be) ond what already had been pub lish. .1, He r od the I'mti : Slates gov el lllnenl was slovviv fltalilig 1. 11: he details and that Its course in the . IlleJtntnne must tlecessat liy he a pa tient 010- The president had heard of no n l lltessagf-s I by Villa to receive tin f tlie Vat lolls cons!) la I' j age It Is. Vo loiciir 1.. It vvoiihl not b, Di ltish i on.-ul lo g Anietlcuiis fear to t'er at that point, I'etit.l, I... .,; llallgefolls for the lo .lilaliz lior Heed go across the l.nr iiccordiiiK to a I'e. port winch the prtsident bad re. ceiveil tioin Consul Kd wauls. The latest report was thai all missing Amerliiiiis and Fin: lish no n looti been accounted (or except (iimlav ISa ueli. Discussion In ci 'iigri s .ion.i t circle 'of the ronton incident and the .Mexi can situation gcuciullv was tonfiiiiicl b'dav. Members of the senate arc disposed to suspend .lodgment ami1 speeches until all Ihe l.o Is arc galh-j led, but ill Ihe house Representative, Kahn. republican, of California, made .'; speech today, as old Represent at i v, AimW, repuhlei'ii, of Vans) U aula, esieiila , arguing for a more drasli' I policy by the American government ' 'Ihe house committee on foreign al-! lairs tomorrow w ill consider behind I closed door,-, the resolution of Mr, Alney . onci ning plot,-, lion fori A met lea us in M evii o, 1 (.1 T.M Y I! S SIM' ( WllllD 'ID I'lil M DI.NT I'., I iin, Feb. I,;.-- Tile del loan for-1 if. II office to. lav emphatically denied a report published in America, that i i I i , 1 1 1 v- had oxplo i d to the state I ue p, 1 1 (meet in Vt .isli,iiv:t,.n its tlisnp j proval ,f I'l'i-idi ul W iNoii'm policy In I M, xlco and had siige,.-s' oil that the jl'i ilcd States was making a serious I mirl.ike In not i , -, ogoi.mg Provisional "1 President Illicit,!. AGRLE WTH M MORNlNR JOURNAL S, l'hliudel, hia, Feb. ; IAL HAttD WIRII !.:. I'tiabh. I rea, h it 11 agreement on a new wage scale to lake the pl.no ot the pi.-eiit one which expins Alandi "1. the Joint conference of opciatois and miiui froiu wt stern 1 'ennsv Iv a nia, 1 Hiio, In diana and Illinois today adjourned sine tlie. It was announced thai this action thu s Ttot necessai tly mean a strike as It was pointed out thai live Weeks 11 maiii for tlie two sides to get together In another tltoit to reach an 111:1 iiunt. D was predicted that another conference would be held before Apill I. SENATE EXCITER LEAKS DF SECRET SESSION Publicity of Executive Proceed ings Arouses Wrath of ' Statesmen Who Want Law to Punish Newspapers, IRY MURN1N3 JuURNAL RSlClAL L I A tl K t, WIRt Wasliiny.tiiii. Feb. '.'ii. --- I'ubllcilv given the rftcn! txecllMve plocee, lings I in til,, senate. II tltvelop, ,1 today, has . so aroused some members of that body that a ri solution has been in troduced ami n fined to th, cominil t,e on rules, directing the louiniiitee nil loltlgll lel'illolis I" Investigate lll jto the noiirci s trom h hb-h the c'.ei 11 itlve Information Is oblalm d, 1 r'tibllcatlon of lucid, nls in Ihe de bate on Hi" .uellelal it t I U I I 1 i Ion trea ties last week pi ei I pil ,, t.,i dlsillsslon XV tl it Il gave rise to tlie resolution jwhioh Was Intro, laced In a subsequent i execttt ive s, "-sii.il by Senator Ixci n of 1 Indiana. ' Tile silUKeslloll I'l", Ipllaled lly. lv delate b, bind I j" scd thiols, nil, 11V sell- -ators vionoi-lv o,po--iiig such action. ( ine s, in, ..r ,1, , I i iv, 1 1 1 ,i I in tl i? da v of growing public opinion against Secrecy In leg (Lhi ( Inn , (;,w p, penalle publli itv would iifoii'ie sinn a wave of iiiila.ii.ilioii that II would be impos sib,. i f eofmc nunt. Si v, ral mem bers assort. -.1 Hint I hey would be will ing lo defend anv one oc, u-ed under sin h it law and would guarantee an .1. ijtotl.tl In cv . rv t ISO. alk, oir Ice lulu I al.e. Chicago, leli. Ji, - A Weil ill.:. scd voiing woman walking on Hie i... in i nke Mi. 1 1 1 r . i : i . a . v hun . In ,1 I'd from the I, . liionalilc N.n t h; hole, stepped off Hie edge of (lie p.n k toil. IV and tl i S. i p pea i ei I The body apparent ly went liniler the .--In. to ice and lief lib III il V t ollld in, I be , s I . , 1 1 1 i s 1 1 . ' 1 1 bv the police. According t.. son-ial in. n who a item pled lo v., u n Ibe woman of her danger, she refused to heed their ones DIIPH! ULIUHii OHIO DECIDE TO imt Ml.RNINQ JOURNA. et' I A 1. tA3ln WIRH 'o 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 U ;i, , , , I'.:, L'tl As"ii. (hat democr.. t ie i ii le in r t ' :i ml n.i I ion I- a fa iliit e a ic I . ha ,".:li:: l lial the so-ciillci "polili. :, ma, li w h.. 'i has been , ..si h 1 1 1 1 1 1 c i ,n tdiio iv tin, liimes M t'ox," b a 111' lie. to flee g, Vei n II, III , , d, iii I ep . i lil ii alls II U.I Millie prngl essu es e , I in ' od ,i.!,i a i( "bill monv t a i ,, j 1 1 1-1 I'lll' r t Illicit Suites Si li. Hoi ,,i- ph I !. Klllilkl-r -I-:-. Hi''. I I'l. suit-lit Wilson's Mi xh, hi poiuv, iciiioiu: Il a; ",uslla ninioiis poll, , ' mo! t fit icisetl ' Ihe , resident for un ii.c. Dial Aiiu-rl- j i an -hips in.v lulls 1 1 i Ii the I'an : ama c.iunl. I 'lilted SI lie;. Si li.ll of W tlll.itll 1 '. Dot i. of Idaho, ,e pi in Ipal sp, aker, in t nd, using" woman suffrage was K feee,t by cheers "We have found i vet) i nib in v of o-pi.tl s'llltage le : Idaho for t:...,il." be said ' Air. F. t aker and I'mled Stales I Selial.irTheiib.it' l-l. Duitoti. who also Sp. ke. lefette.l lo vom.,ll :Oifage ,1S it "minor ,u, t ion." Senator Derail s d Ihe progres sives' prlm-lpl" of t'eg ulut mn of mo ! liopol). ' Destroy Ihe lll.illopolv ," VVIlSi the henal'.r's plea ' D Al.-a.le Mass,,, of fhilho.t lie. a lormer Koosevelt r, pul,l u-a n, ihar.tc-i ter ine,! 1 1,, t t'iioi' Cox as the "common! t'liemv whom pimm .-sives and re,ub- ....,.o ..cue. ..n..t. 111- I.KH.-I tt-ll I that the pe .pie of the slate now . found lhfiu.-.civ , s in ii coudiiion nmlei j which thev were h, !!,- governed by i "' t) ' omilli.-siolls." 1 OVER n r n ii iiLruuL mm ur BURY HATCHET Dally by C ai rier or Mull OOe H Month, Single Copies, .H'. VILLA CONSENTS TO Rebel Commander Says Re mains of Scotchman Are in ''Most Honored Cemetery in Slate of Chihuahua," DECLINES TO PERMIT REMOVAL OF CORPSE Investigation to Bo Made by Tv.o Ameiicans, Two Eng lishmen and a Physician, Is Announcement. Imr MORN.N. journal (Mctak LIAIRt wirii Chiliuithuu, M ,-., Fell. zi.. sup. Pleineui .iy confer, n, e l,.-tw, e (len ' ml iH.t an I .Marlon Letcher, til" -Snieri' an consul, was held P-dav about the examination of the hotly of W illl im S. Denton. ienetal Villa agreed that on exam inlng i , : u n 1 1 :-s i o n ivoiibl he received here und that it would consist of two American and two Drlllsh representa tives .in. I a medical cxainlner. "I will provide a special train for Ibe use ot h,. commission Mini the physician w ill he nllovveil to make the , losesl scientific diagnosis of the na ture of Denton's wouiitls," ,.,i'fi,l the rebel , hief. " think, however, th:it it would he Improper f,,r the body lo be removed front this .place to which I brought it lasi Friday on mv spe cial train In order that it might be filtingly interred In the most honored i t ttiel, rv In the state of Chihuahua." Ls-a nt ials of the Interview wer" i. 'log, apt. el hy Consul Letcher to W ashington. I'imlisli Consul Arrived, Charles Perceval, the Hrltlsh consu lir representative unbred here from t la I v t st o n to participate In the Invos I'gllllon ef tile execution of Wlllium 8. Ib-nioii. ii liritish subject, ittrtvcil nei-e tonight at S o'elock. his train be ing three nml a half hours latu. Mr. Perceval decline! to discuss his mission. u is Jdi.-ni), iii.wever, that be will I" guided Very lul'itelv by tha itilvice of (lctici.il Hugh I,. Scidt.com niaiiillng the I'nited StmeB troops bt Port I Hiss. Ilt neral Scott last night made himself fully ncttiiainteil with the fai ls In ihe ease as officially ob t lined In t v. hang-i between Ueneral Ilia, the rebel c onittKimler who exe cuted Denton; (leoige C. Curothcrs. special n pu s, -illative of the statu de partment; Thomas D, F,l wards, Amer ican consul at Juarez; Consul Marlon Letcher at Chihunliiin itl Die statu department at Waslilnglon. Intense Interest has been manifest ed lu re In Mr. pt n ova I ami hl.t mlH sinn, ami a small crowd which (tath enil at the union nation would have remain, d to greet him hud It not been at fust reporie.i that his train Woulil hot arrive until well after midnight. In the Ion'; stretches, of deiert, how ever, Ihe train made up several heur.-t "f its delay. Will Nut Talk cf .Mission. The Dtnlsti I'epi-i'sentntiva was ue. enmpanieil hy Mis. Perceval. He went first to bis loom, hut soon returned ami asked the hotel clerk for his mull. An oblong p.o kime'tibout half an inch thick wuK given him. ' U hat. ate jour plu m '." ho wns askcl. "Koall.y, 1 don't know," he replied. 'I have just received my Instructions! ami I have not nad them," Here. h! palled the oblong package and added: "t if course. I cannot n il y(,u what tb, ) an-, a nv vv ay." He said that so far as lie knew 110 iiiiei views with American uuthorltics had li.cn ui.angod for him tonight. st vi i : in I'Mi i Mi xr (.i r .tl s III ( MUM llt TODAV l-.l I'. .so, Feb. ti tleorge I.'. Cai -i Ho is, of ihe ioiisiiI.ii- service, but of i 'at months a. ting as s ml ugeiit i Hie stale ilcpariiiienl In its guardi 1 di.i hues with Ihe coiisiiiutlotiallHts, expels to leave he i- toniorttivv t-i ui H, e ,' i ra ngeinenls for the' exatniiui H"ii "I the body ,,f Wtlllatn S. Ilcii- loll. As iheie j. eipiipim nt for only un -in iin I, clue, n .luai't", and Chthi'uhu i I 1 v.:!l li., v.l on ,i l.i, in. ml velo, Ipnie driven l.y l,,,elo:, coillbo.alon. Aftc:- I'i'l.iii:; ., I i ang, ineiils lor Ihe rectp i'' li ,. ihe light-A ineriea n Invisil gatlng eoiunill lee, Cafothers eXjiect-l lo pi in oe. with tb-neial Villi, to Tr r. i n imainsi which federal stronghold o '-a 1 1) a i l o k is promised. No", .il, ., i. ni ton. ,-riiing tin' bud v , I belli. m have been , al l it d un di roeih leuvc ii Consul Marion l.etvhef :.t i h I li im b 1 1 a and Hie Mint,, depart, iiieiil. in, I Croihers und Consul l-.tl-valls al Juan, belli slated tonljjV.t thai lln-y wer.- without direct tnfor loalu il us lo the status of negotla- ns An lO i lie of I'len. h mannf,,, -I al Juarez for Us" in ciimpaign. It Is hiini h-dropidpg up- I ,: I e Was I cci i v ill t!l- south cqilinped Willi 1-u rut us. and will be ,, perilled by ( apt. Jose Salinas Xtiirly two million to.inds of .iiiii lii i -1 1 also were re- .end. I'l ill I i' o lionale llilfciw, legal at!- vi-..r of ihe garrison commander tit Juarez, said tonight Unit he xvas with out news li-,'i,i the commission seni to (!. nelal 111. i to urge hiltl lo Ui'LFilc to reipicsls for tile fullest Inyesligillhn) , I Ihe I '.i iiti.it , use. He Inferred, how ever, that Cem ial Alibi's giuntlng of the icpies, for on exa initial ion of the I oily l ad left the commission without anv real work m d... Inning Ihe day Die story of "A Media, lis," thai Castay ll.nl II und thltlecti oihei' Ainerliun prisoner Were , unfilled III Jualeic Jails was ex ploded, and "Mlchaelis" was careful not to appear on lile American side ,,t to api loifit ( onsul l-aiwnros, l;eol 'el s XV , re alloued to visit the six be kiips al Juuici and found unit Americans wh , wee net used of petty i ntlles. sin h us being i Ven n! n e by EXAMINATION OPBENTON'SBOOI BY COMMISSION