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HIIHTV-MXTII VI '.AH -(iU WXW. No. 2H. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915 Imily by Oirrlrr or Mali, C Month. Single. Oiplea, &0 ftGH GRAB OFF ft SMALL SLICE OF SPOTLIGHT One Rushes Violently to the Defense of the Governor and the Other Grows Cuttingly Sarcastic. MAJORITY TO CAUCUS ON COUNTY SALARIES Workmen's Compensation Bill Sets the Century Mark of Measures Introduced in the House. IC.L O.CS4TCH TO MONNINt JOUHMAU .anta I'e, Jan, 2". A caucus of the republican of both houses Is to be held tomorrow in order to come to an agreement on the nalary bills. Thus fcr four bills have been Introduced and a tifth is In the course of prepa ration by the finance committee" of the house. A salary bill Introduced by Itepre sentHtive I'lemlng- today does not rep resent the views of Hie majority, but has some novel features: but in other respects it corresponds to the bill In troduced by the finance committee of the senate. .Mr. Klemlim'a bill divide the coun ties of the slate into four classes, based on the assessment of 191:.', the yetir that the county officials took of fice, in order to prevent any padding of the assessments this year to in crease salaries. Tim ricniliis Kill. Counties of the fourth class are l be those with un assessment less than $1.5u0,0ti"; those of the third class, from fl.'.Ort.OO" to IS,r.(iO.OOO; of the second class from $2,500,000 to $4. ooo.tioo, and the first class above the last named sum. In the f rst class counlics, treasurers, assessors nnd . county clerks are to receive $f.0U0 annually; in the second class counties $1260; In third class countien, $2, 500; in the fourth class. $2,000. Th. sheriff is to receive $3,f.u0: $i!.oou, $2,400 and $2.00.) respectively; coun ty commissioners, $80, J'iuO and $400 in the third and fourth i lass counties; '.eiU-. ahel ills. . $ lJ.Ofl -ju Jiest recond class counties, J 1.200 and $;00; probate jildee, IS00, $(i00, $400 mid $:ini; superintendent of schools, $1,500, $1,250, $1,000 nnd $750; couti ty iurvcyor, $10 per day for not moie than 150 days in first and second class counties and seventy-five days :i ether counties: district clerk, $1,200, $1,000, $hoo ai.il $500: county jailer, XPOO, $T20, $f00 and $400; jail KUiirdJ, J1.50 per clay. In counties In whicn the county clerk turns In more than $1,000 in fees annually he Is author Izcd to appoint another deputy. The number of bills introduced In the heuse today reached the one hun dred mark when the workmen' com pensation act was introduced by Air. Mann. Speaker Uomero announced that Ciiiidelario Vitsil. of I'nion coun ty, had been a-siKned to eiht cum .mittees, as follows: AKrirullure, .lrri-(.-ation, intern:!! affairs, livestock, mil itary ufruirs, public lands, roads and hiKhways and state affairs. To Attend Dougherty I'uiicral. There will be no sesKicni of the houso tomorrow, as Hcpre.seututives Mann, Abeyla and SUeen left tonight for Soccrro us a committee of the house to attend the funeral of Hurry M. lxuiKhci-ty. The senate will hold only a brief session, as Senators Holt, Walton and Laut;hreii left tonight ior the same purpose. Governor McDonald today sent to the senate the appointment of 11. If. l'icld, of AlamoKordo, to be a member of the board of trustees ut the blind usylum at Alaniugordo. llotisa Resolution No. 4, providing for a probe of the statu colleKe und the First State bank of Lets Crucea went to (Jovernor McDonald this af ternoon, having passed the senate af ter a lutile attempt by Senator Harm to amend It so as to include an inves tigation of the Montezuma Trust com pany unci a. number of other banking Institutions. Mr. llarth took the occa sion to denounce the republican legis lators, aicu.'ilng them of taking orders from Nalional Committeeman Charles , A. Spicss, assised by 11. U. liurstnri and Charles Springer, and calling uiH.n Senator Holt to present a' mem orial which he charged the senator had in his possession asking state aid to relieve temporarily the embarrass ment caused by the bank failure In Las Cruces. He eloquently detend-d the traveling auditor und hi assis tants, culling attention to the act that he hud 297 offices, bunks and in- The Day in Congress KKXATK. a " Met at 1 1 a. m, Senator Gallinger continued speak ing "in opposition to tho administra tion ship ''ill. iiorsc. The s hate bill for improvement of be public health service was de buted. Work was begun on the military - ademy and sundry civil approprla ' in bills in committee. Passed bill authorizing construe- 'ii of bridges over several naviga- streams. 1. Passed Adamson bill appropriating "0,000 for construction of light 1 uses and other aids to navigation. Representative F'oster of Illinois i nounced that federal bureau , of ' nes had worked out simplified pro--. s of reducing radium. Adjourned at 5:35 p. in. to 11 a. ' Thursday. . Washington, Jan. 27. New Mex-U-o: Fair Thursday except snows west; Friday lair. - Munitions !.. examine. rt I :iat the help ptov , h jji.nj' ju itf . Hat lit It tIMs I.CoV. Tin1 feiu.toi laid 'hat ;.pict ..ill Itursum had S..I.K mil. ubundonvd eny ntlrmpt l,i in-il;,. a shun of gool faith u:il were her,- frankly in behalf of interest Hut are will known. IW uccuied Hum i.f having been respon sible, fur cuttii.g off appropriation Of the bureau ,. rniii Kiutli.n and th mounted having brought about tin- al.nllshin.-ni of tin- Mat board of fu.unlitat.on and of no"! planning to deprive the governor "1 IiIn cnn-litutli.nal prerogative. He d nlfil that Governor .Mtionu!d had at tempt -d to hinl.i up a democratic ma th. no, but accused National Comm t teehuin Spies of i ernsti uciltig iuth a contraption at the expiotw of I to state. Scnitor i,,lt ai. bounced that at a later di.y. when iii:iniit legislation was out of the way. he mould Iuk pleasure in nplving at length to the gentleman tr.m Heriiuhilo, but that bUsim SS faille before pleasure. "Pi's revolution as original! presented wu passed unanimously. In the house Mr. .Mann made pub lie apology for a casing Governor Mc Donald i.f intMatiiig State Senator Don Jl. It.iiikin of Hernalillo county, suying: -1 hi'fd.y tr a,'k"-,'lr my mistake and tn duly apologixe to hlii excellency, the governor, for the same, t am guilty of let inajestc, of libel uml t lander, and any other crime cemiing under the appropriate head. The Kovernor did not help to unseat the member from liernaliUo eotmty; but 1 have carefully examined the of ficial Journal of the house of repre sentatives fur the enr 1X91 and find that Instead of a liernaliUo comity man it was two Saiitu F'e county men. who were duly and legally elected. i..Bi cue Kuw-mor neipeci to unseat, j nameiy, .iokc .ii i:. Mayo anu ttenja i mill M. Itead. seating in their places; Frank P. liable and Charles F. Kas- lev as shown bv ihe ,.ff.ri,.l tournal. These men were unseated upon iheisenate over the government ship pur- j flimsy pretext that their certificates I chase bill had seiile.l down i .. nhv J were signed by a board of county ac'vermhlch'mela bod7de M. ..-,.L .u-.. .., ,, J;?.; Trr "1,. h figures as to the number of voti-s w huh tnese gcntlenn n reef ived or the j sie of their respective majorities, but ....... .u... .1 .1.. I...I ! nine iiiui i or coii.innit'f .hi p. it insi a I and . leclions in Iheir rei.i.rl did m.t : even claim that the contesiants re-j upon lit every available opportunity. ceived a majority. I deeply regret; thus demanding the continuous pres-, that I so wronged the governor ns to.ence of democratic senators. Ray that he onlv threw out one roan Vice President Marshall vacated who was dulv elected, when the rec governor und yourselves that the neg - loot to mention the extra man thrown , out bv the irovernor was nil oversight . on n.v imrt " I "Judge Mann Is wrong." Nestor, Montoya arose to slate. It was not I two men. hut three men that were iiiiowii oiii ui lui' nine, me miio niuo being James Veiling, of Taos county. ' ; ,,, ,. h against the bill. He read liepresentative Swan, turning to IU,wspupcr editorials opposing the Muntoja, asked: "Did you vole to ,m (or tWo hl,u.Si al)(l ,(,1 hw hrt,i austain ihe report to unseat these a f B)milar clippings on his memlK is?" Mr. Montoya replied, "I j desk w hich should prove of "ciluca did. In my early days 1 was with the :,OIlill vtte to the advocates of the gentlemen on tho democratic Hiln btlt." and felt boiind.bv . thj.dr . rmtcus. SiJlte ,Klor feading ' Mat 1st ic s 0r-vai'ious that lime I huw been thoroughly re- j foreign nations as to the effect of formed." j their policies toward shipping, Senn- Ma nagcr Mcixel, ot the farmers Development company of Colfax county, is In the capital to urge theUWaV8 followed the extension of sub passage of a hill to protect orchards. ; p(ii,.s, with the reiiulrcinent that He favors the state board of liortlctil I ships receiving such benefits must lure and compulsory spraying. ,c constructed In home yards. l'.y In addition to the Fleming salary , this process, he said. Germany had i bill the following meusuri were In-j built up the great ship yards which j troduced in the house today: j had been able to construct not oniy . Hills in House. such liners as the Vaterland and oth-i 72, l,y Mr. Lucero. To let city and,.r!l ,tit also to construct the ships of I town marshals be appointed In non-i,he German navy before that time' Incorporated municipalities. County ' constructed in lirltish yard. and municipal indebtedness. i Discussing increased freight rates 73, by Mr. Medina. To govern the j ,m exports, Senator Galllnger said assessment of damages. State uf fairs. . t here were many things that contrl-l 74, by Mr. Gonzulcs. Authorizing huted to that Increase, including de- j justices of the peace to suspend tines, j creased imports. How the purchase; Judiciary. land openUhm of thirty ships by the! ,5. by Mr. Skldniore. l eipuring , railroads operat ing for sateen or , more miles in .New Mexico to supply. all locomotives used In the transpor tation of trains wilh headlights. Iinil- roads. 76, by Mr. Montoya of Sandoval. To authorize the construction of county jails at oilier points than the county seat. Slate affairs. 77, by Mr. Montoya of Hernalillo. To provide for the publication of de linquent tax lists. Printing. 7S, by Mr. Montoya of Sundoval. To provide for the pay of Jurors. Fi nance. 7!. by Mr. Montoya.. of liernaliUo. To require the appointment of ut least one woman on every board gov- erning stale institutions. Institutions. 80, by Mr. Dow. To prevent the running at large of hogs anil swine. Judiciary. , Hl. by Mr. Welsh. To provide for the maintenance of illegitimate child - len. Finance. 2, by Mr. Welsh. Increasing the inu&iiniim penalty tor stealing came fl...... (V...An r. . ... .... I.,.lj..l,. .... v! 1 . ... t u... .ii. .1.1 I 11... i...",. '. a,., i ti'frls. Judiciary. 84, by Messrs. Taylor and liryant. Keiluiing the legal contrect rate for Interest from 12 to 10 per cent. Hanks and banking. 85, by Mr. Lujan. Appropriating $5,000 for a bridge across the Uio Grande in Itlo Arriba county. Ways and means. 8, by Mr. Ortiz. Creating a police force in county seats. Stute uffairs. 87, by Mr. Ortiz. To govern the procedure In criminal cases. Judl clnry, ns, by Mr. ortiz. F'ixing the mini mum salaries for rural school teach ers at $0 a. month and the maximum at $75. t'nder this bill teachers are to be paid in full In case the schools close down on account of smullpox or any other epidemic. Judiciary. 8!t, by Air. Plack. To regulate the contract between agents anil owners in sales of real estate. Judiciary. !(0, by Mr. lilaek. With reference to drainage in irrigation districts. Ir rigation. 91, by Mr. Pulmer. To govern work on acequias and contributions therefor. Judiciary. 92, by Mr. Palmer. F'or taxation ot corporations in unincorporated cities. State! uffuirs, 93, by Mr. Francis. For the com pensation of judges and Justices of the peace. Judiciary. 94, by Mr. Chaves of Valencia. Ap propriating $5,000 for a bridge across the Hio Grande in Valencia, county. Ways and means. 95, by Mr. Matin, by request. To regulate the practice of public ac counting and for the appointment of a state board of accounting. Finance. 96, by Mr. Chaves of Torrance. He luting to justice of the peace courts. State affairs. 97, by Mr. Mann, by request. Ke- (Cootioucd on fag Three.) SHIP PURCHASE BILL IV TEST E IN 0. S. SENATE While Gallinger Makes Long Speech, Devoted Largely to Reading Editorials on Mea sure, Leaders Lay Plans. REPUBLICANS OPPOSE DREADED NIGHT SESSIONS Filibuster Is to Be Conducted With All Resources at Com mand of- Master of Parlia mentary Law, ,., mommm, rou.MAl ,c,.t . w,. t-..i, ,..,,. , ,. ... . . . . . ..... mii toe nguc oeiween 0 01 H the democrats and republicans in the!"11 l"v capnui w.uy louay tor cucr j slt (1 durance test ' This uftcrnoon the last coiiiingenl M.ri,y Iier .l.i.linger '""V ctacuatmn is hurry- "e floor. Senators Hoot ...alge.jing through the stiee.s. The army .NiiiMit, Hiirton und others held an in- of occupalion lingers n the mil. ! "L,r:;o"frrn.?...!; i - .xi.,.,u,i t expedient to block the majority' t. Ian to hold night sessions. If the ma- joritv suci-c-eds In ov erriding their .... i ' . : . ooj.-cuoos Iiom Oiv 10 cmv l Is proll- t.le Ih... u .iio.ro.,. u ,11 1... i.w.i.., I .the chuir for n time diirinn the ibiv:e.i. j he incutuing i urratiKa forces . .... , 'to rc-st for the exneeted ordeal to.! niht, while Majority l.euder Kern structed senate clerks to get pledges of attendance from democratic mem- bels for tonluhl's ses-slon Kcails Mas of UliitirluK . I..I.. . I r Uwe t.xlkitl), u, ,,,HM ;,,., l lif; rbizen seliators i-olll illlled h'.s tor tialllnger declared the great dp-! velopments In merchant marine had government could effect the situation, h,. Bddod, was not clear to him. Tk N(Tiniiialliir Dut.V. wliutor Nelson asked If a discrini Uniting duty on goods transported in American bottoms would not meet the emergency, suggcsllng that the provision of the Cnderwood-Simnions tut'iff law for such duties be enforced. Senator uGltinger said he would like to see It tried, allhough he could see the difficulties whicn would arise in connection with various commercial treaties. i "Isn't it a fact that we could de Jnounce ull these treaties," Senator Nelson usked, "and impose cllserlni- inating duties of 10 per cent which would build un for us a merchant ma- , rjnp uft(.r th( European war, at the ' )e m, liv0ding the oiiestloii of 8U)Mjdy'.''' Senator Gallinger replied that un- doubtedly it would be a good thing if ,,hlJ i-nit(,d Slates were rid of tho 'treaties but it would require one u ,.. notice. Senate in Night Session. The democrats made good their threat to keep the senate In session ! until It o'clock tonight but trie auui- tional hours were ciovoieu wnoiiy u parliamcntarv skirmishing, minority members resorting to every possiole device to bloc:k proceedings. The battle was precipitated at the close of Senator Galliiigcr's address against the bill, which lasted more than seven hours. The minority leader declared himself fresh enougli to con tinue fur am .thr-r HeViii hours but I iiul.-nil 11' $-.. rx'i Wifitt lirnllflKt'fl til ... 1 I.. .,. On Senator Kern s motion early in the evenirifc' that the senate recess not later than 9 o'clock until 11 o'clock tomorrow, the first roll call failed to show a quorum, the republicans, wll.li the ex"cption of Senator Smoot hav ing retired to tho minority cloak room Senator Smoot Immediately mudo the po'nt. of no quorum und the minority members came back ono by one. On tho succeeding roll call they trooped buck Into the cloak room again leav ing Senator Smoot on guard. Again there was no quorum present and an other euorum cull followed. The republicans repeated this pro- p(-st three times and were preparing j lO COIIlOiUO l IllUtr IIIHL.l.f Wll'-II . - 1 . ator Overman. In the chair, invoked a precedent from the sixty-second congress when Vice President Sher man ruled that if a quorum wan shown to be present on the last ceding quorum cull, a majority vote on thi! pending motion waa sufficient to carry it. Senator Overman de clared the recess motion curried 37 to 8. Then followed a series of motions to adjourn to take up pension bill;, etc., which used up the remaining time. l-aiuul Sulfraxe In Texas. Austin, Tex., Jan. 21. An equal suffrage bill was reported favorably today to the lower house of the. legislature. GARZA OUITS THE CAPITAL BEFORE OCCUPATION BY Previously Piovisional dent Is Repotted to Have! Called Upon Convention Remove Zapata. to SOUTHERN BANDIT WAS UNABLE TO DEFEND CITY Attitude of Geneial Villa in New Development Has Not Been Disclosed; Another Break Probable. cmi,. jou.s.i hull i...lo i Mexico etiv. Jan. -'7 -... u .i .President nan. uii i.; - ; - ,,ftvia. w here a new seat .f "lent will be established. govern- j enter soon. I All the commercial A" ,ho rommeriial booses and! I ,'1,l,k'- tt"1' ovrr' )'!' .- dwellings I.,... l...rrr.il ......I h 1 1 1 I ....... I ..lit. t ' " .... disorder hus attended the fleellllf of l,1, fmces of Villi and .apatn. T,lt" national palace, the federal (telegraph and posiolfices and other ' e"Vc rnmeiit i Mtablishnients are clos- GARRAnZA am ln-)f"tnier post eominamler here. When ! they enter the city it is expected some son oi gov ei nineni win ou es Ita'dished The price of fooikstuffs has soared beyond the reach of Ihe needy. The! supply of food Is very low In thoj tty und unless Ihe railway line Vera Cum is opened soon it is tOi he-' lieved there will be much suffering. The decision of the government to quit the capital came after n I'.eated discussion nt a session of the con vention held on Tuesday nigh. It was decided lr )bb i't tlarxa, his tovernuietit and viii members .f he convention should proceed after mid night to Cuernavnca. Colonel (.una land General Krnesto Santos Coy nre reported to have departed on a spe cial locomotive. The deputies, who have not left al ready, will be forced to proceed from the city In automobiles iih there is no fuel for the locomotives. The troops 'f General Zapala are entraining in thirty electric: trains in Xochiiiiih'o and Morelos. There is a rumor in circulation thai the vanguard of General (ibregonsi troops is now four mile from the capital, udvancing. wou,i Ki iMiwn: 'ZAPATA I'KO.U (OMM 1M Mexico City, Jan. 2li (via 101 Paso, j l,' ,' lUnViiiU.t Uttr,, surprise tonight he national convention b saying before its session that Ihe In Texas, Jan. ,) Provisional I'resl- d y competency f the aPnta. iirniy woiini cause the City of Mexico to fall lull) the hands of the Carran.a. army in a very short timo if unother person was not uppointeii to lake charge of the army of the south. Iln declared, however, that ho would not f!c' us did Carrnnza and Gutierrez, his two predecessors. The provisional president, however, requested the convention to advise him what to do, requesting that th convention study the Munition. He suggested that ho himself be iioiiil of the urmv of the, natcd as head .south tthut of Zapata) as tie Wianeu to reorganize it, or that some other substitute be named, by the conven tion. The president left the assembly in a state of surprise. The delegates re mained in secret session to discuss the situation of which the president spoke, ' . rrn i in: or in i NOT VI Dlst liOSl D El Paso, 'lex., Jan. 27. The re polls from Mexico City that the Villa fcaputa. provisional president had re quested the elimination of the Znpala brothel's us heads of the division the Mouth caused no mild excitement among Villa partisans at the, border here it was bailed generally as the final breaking off and southern General Villa Garza's action between the noil hern hieflains, but hoy far approved of Gonzalez was not made known. F'or the. fil'hl HI"" In Mexico win fare aeroplanes are to be used by both of the opposing- factions. Gener al Curranzu. plans to employ his air craft In the projected attack on Mex ico City. General Villa today - tele graphed his border iigentM tho follow ing messuge: "Please announce; through the As sociated Press that our military op erations have been begun with ' livllv with the object or orgamxioK Inn ooweifiil eolumilB. These will locate the ene-my's positions ami eh gage them In battle. ii; ..I-., oruullizinir II f led Ilia of aeroplanes. 1 ""' aeroplane of those contracted for already Is on the road to the capital." f.lTIKItltl COMMANHH I'OItt i; r 30,(HW,MiO m i ; San Antonio, Teoc.. Jan. 27. A tnes aage rece-iveid at army ht-adqini iters here tonight naiel former President jj. .,;! ;..,iorr. had bean located i Mom'iova." 150 miles south of KaK" Pass with an army of 30,000 nr-n. The report said It wan feared Gutter rez may utterrrpt to ut:t Independently, us recent propositions to other leaders were said to have lieen received un favorably. Fifteen hundred of Gu tierrez men formerly were stationed ax Mexico City and are well armed and equipped tut field service. ADVANCE GUAR 0 OF TURK ARMY L DEFEATED NEAR THE SUEZ CANA Piesi-jfieiee Offensive of Germans Intended to Signalize Kai ser's Birthday Fails to Ma terialize. RUMANIA BORROWS BIG SUM FROM ENGLAND Savage Fighting, Without De cisive Results, Reported From Belgium and on the French Fiont, I m.ia i iiiui oisai London, Jan, 2? ):4i p in ( The advance guard of the Turkish army. which is undc rtakimr an Invasion of fcgpt, has reached the Uritish out- posts to the east of the SUe canal. I where the first skirmish of tl:,s war uti this region took place yesteidny. The fight, according to the official report, apparently whs it small affair, "lily one lirltish officer being wound led. but dispatches from Cairo suy the j invaders suffered severely ttoin tile machine guns of the Hntish. ini' ompaicncs Ho hoi tlisi lose t ne sie of ihe Turkish force, but say thel engiigeinelils took place in the eai'. ! r l.-k,llii! -i khl.-k I- .... II.. " '. " " " "" "" SUeg canal and Is the terminus of the car- i man route from Katall, the border station between i:;vpt and Svria. The distatne from llufatl to Klkanatara Is 1 4 ;S miles and, as the water has failed lu all the Wi lls along the car avan route, the Invaders have had In carry their own water. lOven Klkuii- lara Is supplied by a pipe line from 1 a fresh ,ater stream which runs un-t tier the Sii. .anal. 1 Prohahlv Only Kc'tnit lighting. It In believed Ihe fighting; of the liiilll. f. ....... u,.... ,1... t .... I. .... T.,.1- TIKI, 11. 1- MUO ... Kurdish horsemen employed by the lurks as scouts for the main army under DJenml Pasha, which consists of three army corps and which is he- lleed to have JlU.I hardly time to) I cross the desert. Tin- Urillsh have ja stioiig force with which to guard I the canal. . , w. , , . . . , .' Nothing lias hceil heard of the Intl- Itary venuiie winch il waa reported j trie t.ermans were preparing lor em peror Williams birthday unless (heir attacks on the I'Yench at Ypres und 'on the lirltish at f.a Itassee wele in tended as such. All the pfflelal lie. cininls agree that these allacks were very severe, but he) olid this there Is nothing In common between Ihe ac counts of the allies ami the Germans concerning the fighting. i Colli licticg Mateim-llls. The French communication tonight repeals the statement that the Ger mans were repulsed Willi heavy losses while the Germans snv the lirltish WT-ra tillable In recapture their for mer positions. Similar conli'inlii lot v statement are made regarding Ihe severe fight ing which Is taking place near Cra onne and Perl lies in the Argoiitie nnd lu the vicinity of SI. Mlhlel. In all " Ihrso cases both sides claim tho 1 lies resulted in their favor. There has been Increasing activity along the eastern front. Tho llus- slans lliet'e are reported In be push- ing Iheir offensive bulb In east Pros-j The 41th aninv i i s:i v of in,, ca sta anil In Poland to the north of Ptlulaliou of I arts to the Prusalaiis the lower Vistula, while the Gel mans j finds a PliiNslan urm again on are said to have been repeating ".heir j r reiiclt suit and onl a couipai aliv e uttaeks In cenlral Poland. In '-' l short distance outside Un- gates of Ileiii an Aiislro-Gerinuii rone at tempted an offensive which, aivnrd ing lo lh Russian iiccotints. did not meet with any success. Itumaiiia. which has Just le. rived a loan of $.'5,000,000 through the Hank of Kngland Is said In lie watch. Ing closely Hi" concentration of th Auslro-German f.-rce In Tial vania which niihl be used either against her or the Russians who are advancing through Itukowiim The I. mo lo Uiiinaiiia was advsni mf by Ihe Punk ..r l-:nglaud to the Hank of liiiliniillii against trc.iMiiy bills, I l(,ll I IM. II i NOT SKIPPI I) I W L TUtt I 10 Ca'ro, .Intl. 2 (! lodon. 8 AO . m.) Tronic lliroiitih the , mv.-tl h mil been stopped as a i.ciil of the flghling near Kl Kintals, but mer chantmen must cut. r the lf-tw under cnnviiva at stute, I JicM" COPPER EXPORTS SHOW DECIDED IMPROVEMENT mi MrtSNIS.t JOUSNAl i ita ft 1 Wa.ehiiigton, Jan Copra' r porta for Ihe week t ml. d .Imvus.ii umollllled to $.1 fa" H '! M ell more than w is shewn for the ptc lllg week, elieleil .l.-,nnl H, Ing to r.p.irls trmii the U ft pf.ru eiihloms ilij.ll a I inn. 'in, .I 'or. bv the ilepal Inn nl of . V x i .1- f.a 1 (. hi tulnl eminrls inst Mi l l. t A pounds, ar.alie-l 7,s.:s.,.. i n Ing week. This tt. rrase '.f voruble eoppi r Itade t.;ii ... week of $;!,X"I. '-'.', i. ' fbn Imports being i,it l;'v F'rancu was the piinn.i l"i Of C'l'I-'T frem t -f"r-1 -"'-IK kels lust week. l4.sJ7.Sf S i-ei, wf l Ing transported to ii.,t lis'.. see oitd with 4 ll4.3? .Mif .ls Fliigl inel was third r n H X ' ' ' Dlllllig the elKllI Wck nnfied uiil-V 2,1. mUMM-tr poiir-.'l -l wtirl Ii $l2.0i.0i!i tuivrvrMiin. ports for thai period amnnnicfl Ii dl'5,44 pounds slid '"l l I e Hi 4 .Is , ft V, MANY BENEFACTIONS IN WILL OF MRS, M'MILLAN tmi mommtn fttt mv . rtwrf. nftrti SI. Loiii?, M, .Lm ft - I'M- -"i1!! of Mis. Ullllnni M. M'.Hi. ikrb filed here todax Slid ilnim" or tin estale eslltmitid t $to.(W'i rt $4 000,0011, makes el-.ibi.isle liK,.ir,M to cdueallouul and rhilAiitbiv.f.., ih lutrons a ii. reuicinbei s fifty-eight r-latin s, friends and servants f Mis, Mi M 1 1 lit it . Il.uiien ulitiitbiis oi organisations plul.. nl hrnpio or edu cational, itlc 1 1 hn m I'cred ill the Will. In some inl .n es wilh absolute lie HUcHs. In others wilh contingent he- eiuesls Two estates personal estate w ho died a few and her shale husband, who i ate dtiiM'd of ih of Mrs McMillan, ilo alio in California of the estate of her as pii shlent of the American ar and round. company To Ibis shaie is mlded a fourth of the income from the half share be queathed In the will of the elder Mc Millan to his son, William Noitlirup McMillan of St. Loins, The following animal payments among uihers are ;... n. i( Hugh M. Mill.tii and Willi. no Mc Millan, belli of Colorado spiiugs, II. VOa ai h. VICTORIA CROSS FOR TWO INDIAN SOLDIERS Washington, J in J7 - .'Inw tttoj IndiiMi soldiers won ihe utorta cross was d. seiibed lii a ltru;h war offb dispati h cabled todat to the embassy h re. The dl.' t.at. h s.lid ' I'p to the ute-cnl, two Indian sol diers bate li lined the Vlitnii.i cross. The fust, a Sepoy In the one and Twenty ninth HaUn Ins. sui vtMif of a galbint ni.n bine ,un I se.tioii which fought to the last and j Inflicted ininii use lov-ia on the cue-j my. Sc oi I, of the Tlr.rt) -ninth C...I hw iibs, wmi do tun lion when put; of the ttniifh trenches w-ie uri tipicd j bv ll'Tin ins. Traverse after traveise' of captured trenches was stormed i and the heroic Sepoy was alnavs fnsi ) 111 attack, although Wounded, and he j only fell when the trinities bad been, taken. He has but lately recovered." taught m I la to Niiii. St. I.i ins. Jan. 27. Lcxt. r If Keti- nedv, president of the Moiilal Cltv K'Utei ing company, wan convicted of coloring oleomargarine without p - lag the internal revenue lax. In the I' niled states district court here to. jdav. tieorge Mayer and Charles W ititei gerst pleaded guilty to similar i oai gcs. Announceimuit Is Made in Lower House of Congress on j Authority of Dr. Howard A, j Kelley, Itogliizod Expert, ; IK HnNIN JBWNk triiilAl uhm whi Waslilngloii, Jan. 2,'. Announce men! (hat the federal bureau of mines has worked out a process of reducing radium by simplified nieiho.ln was made in the house today by llepre s. ntatlve Foster of Illinois who con gratulated the country upon the dis covery. Members gathered uhmil as I'lepro srntuUvii I'i.i.t.r displayed a eae con taining hoi tubes containing $11,000 worth of radium produced from ore by the bureau, lie read to the house a letter from Dr. Howard A. Kelly of Hiillmiore, saving that the work of the bureau ensured the successful treatment of many colidltlons In can cer cases. Summary of War News of Yesterday the capital III holier of the German emperor's birthday his troops have concentrated their energies upon gaining ground along the northern front In Flame, but apparently the xillrs have been preparing fin Jii.M mich an ulturk and. according i,, (In, official an nouncement 1 1 mo the F rench war office, have succeeded III checking an advance. To the west of Solssolls, and ari.nml Criioiine, the fighting has beet, of iiau.-nial severity and thu Germans ro reported In have suf fered Ilea uly. leaving a lliousand dead on the held. Likewise Ihe German slaleiueiit nnniinci a relative successes of the German army and heavy F'rciirh Ionscs 111 tile east. 011 theater of till' war pi-olMCtili Ihe oiosl illijiol tan! ile'ni of Hi tellies to the reeliplUI'e bv the Aus'rlans. as ollicl.illc iiniiuiiii'i'tl nl Vhli'U. -.f l i'tnli Pass, one of Ihe i m. inn 1 Unit of the Cai paihia-.l wilt, h has li I'll lu I lie Ciie.K Ii li."UI us fi'l scveial tti't-kh. r the tceitpation .f nb:,)i bso. l-e-ii mil. h iii '-r.i i ftli j of thi I ri il I ticve J lish!ili j Jh.ii ivrporis r . lull. I,, si!, I .i funis tin re lo pi at IV f ; tieis I !' ipio-lllg ("I 'I.,.-. ' I..XMI j .mn Poland, li.iini.i nu t j Pi li'M.1 ' The nlili,Ii,,tl m l ! i la ( I. jsr slifsi' i iii" . en ar h at .cii: i, ju-.i.-i.1 II. i r it m l., v,,l ( ' I'.w.l fApe l.tiao ai.,.lii.-.i Mn j I'l-rti l.iii)nnr-d an.t tle ; .iivt wlii. h wi-'i luri-1. -ii vi i j Pi1 in I'us i vpi .1 ;i i .in to. ! "niled V ill, the A ii'i i n i". ! I ' ill , i. I, I'll ' bus ; ne b liif-e j bone, : ii -1 n.- , with I i.'iim. ; iitg-elhrT' a tola! -r : un e ei ii-h, I he ol'.lci I of I'll I, lb, !"io It'iR Hb I -' .'l MM i'. ,'t(i fieilt iltf A?T". I Stt 1'oiun'i or the .,llbe-nt ll, . tin lleltlf.1l ill 1,'tll' ri'i'l;. lenn.'linwlv bin ii HrlMnb II 1 1 It . If !l it ere bol.ii, i hslile ll ,1 1 N-,1, the X. ii lb it !: ii, VI k,, .'.ei'oiiii. V ';!. s.-it ion i .ilwe-l Sfoi I i"l V'f i-l ,'fll To ? ' i- t I b torn b. bo I om oi il h ties 'l-icuit, lie It. h i, I. v ei eu ebb i-oirii.' Th ' sis le ri'i ',n bllel lOellt se !i It iv-"i ft 1ob, ri-oeei Th. . 're' i lie i !e:'M ,'ti. Ii, obb! nil Ilclu crols- ti In tie nr- i.I 'i t!bie.lle , Win vl'llk. i.t.,. eoiner-or's birthday r.ite.i vifh enthusiasm '!','i,i"r. The emperor. HI eeleb t bi'oiieliiun HI h Cellvl Ollti .t.T !i,e...n,., II !'i''H'",'' .11 i"-. .- -vice tit ht head :"'tl an HildreiM ex !i!'fHctitm with the 'he war. CHFOTPRDCFoS If EOR REDUCTION !! nr RARIIIM MP ! ui 1 1 1 u i u 1 1 1 uiilu.: I ! BRITISH BATTLE El Beilin Officially Declares De stination of Part of English Fleet Was Witnessed by Many Pel sons, lONDON STORY MOST ! FLATLY CONTRADICTED CRUISER ANDTWQ DESTROYERSLOST, GERMANS REPORT "rL'Admit That Bluecher Went Down Under Heavy Gun Tiro but Teutons Were Usm;j Toipecloci, Effectively, f44444)444 worm h t.i iMi iti isi ii iirMittiM.i) I London. Jun An olflcial 27 ( 1 1 40 p. 111.) utiitemeut Issued tonight savs: i "i'be German cruiser Kolberg I Is reported to have been sunk In i Sunduj'a tmttio in the North sea." The German light cruiser Kol berg was the first of four Ves sels of her class which were built during 19 os and ID on. iter h,- li e ships, (he Malm, Koeln and AiiKsbiirg, previously have met with disaster dining the present war The Mains was sunk bv Ihe lirltish fleet lu the baGle of Heli goland late In A uK list and a bout of the Koeln type was reported to have gonu to thu bottom in tho .sumo fight. I'.nl ly In August a Klissiun tor pedo boat was said to have sunk the Augsburg alter that cruiser had bombarded the pint of Li lian. If th reported destruction of the Kolberg should prove cor rect all the vessels of her tlasa would seem to have been o- i counted lor by enemy warships. 1 4- i Tho Kolberg was a. vessel of 4,350 tons displacement and car ried a clew of 3i2 oHiccln and men. She was 40'i feet long and hud a i.eit of about tvitmty-fmir luiols. The cruiser wu uniicj With twelve D.l-lni'li ruiis, tour flv Poiinrieis, four tniirhlne guna and it t two torpedo tubes. Her cost was j $l.07,400. lV MOHNIN inuNh MCIAI. t.IB WtMt Iterlln, Jan a? (by Wireless lo Say. vllle, I. ) Contrary to tho lirltish reports that In the naval fight In tho North sen, mi Sunday last, no I'.rllitdt i hips were lost and pursuit tf. tho German ships finally wits abandoned on account of the German mines ami submarines, the following statement was given out today by tho German government "In the three hours" fight which cost us the armored emitter Hluochnr i one Hrllish hattle cruiser anil two Hrltlsh destroyers were sunk. "These facts not only were ob served by our big ships but also wer ascertained by a German torpedo lioal which returned unhurt. Thm torpedo boat shot Iwo torpedoes iigalnsl a Hritish battle cruiser which already was heeding over, whereupon she cnpsUcd and sunk. "This also was ascertained by a German dirigible which was fly tax over Hie fighting Heme. The dlrlgiblo observed on other Hritish ships fall ing mnst'i und ruunnhi. It is certain therefore that other cruisers wer se riously damaged. "F inally lint Hi Hlsh fleet withdrew from tho Genua n squadron and be yond thtj reai'h of Iheir guns. Titer was no question of pursuit of thm German ships been use the lill.lt speed of tho Hrllish vessels weiulir liuvei eiia I led Ihem to catch up with and destroy Ihe German cruisers. "This lime il Is possible (o vellly the Hrllish reports, which it wua Im possible to do lu Ihe ease of Ihe but tle off the I a II, bin, I Islands of w hich details me lacking We only know thai several Hnlish ships are now docking hI Gibraltar to tepulr dam ages inflicted by thei German erulsera Ni hariihorst and Gnelseuau anil that i he. if oi e i ho Hritish report of tint battle otf the F'alklsnd islands at lease is incomplete ami t olol d 111 Piil f-h interests. I'll- !!r.rt liability of the repot Is of the liidivh silminilt)' Is also proved bv the tact that the admlra lly even ho. n..e t,nt admit lb loan of Hie ! , H i lid , i (1 A C: dMCioliS. ' " itd llMW INMsTIIIAI' i imnptH ixisr iiFavn.V HeUiit. att. ; (tlH Ignition, .Ian. i'H X a. fnA 1'he Hritish ilnilialiv'i i,iib(.iiceerrn-r't that the batlln t', illni I ion was towed buck to Liiglnud in il it'. niiifi,, ceiidltiuu wan rcelMd In Merlin as cobtirmatlou of curlier iKu oni, ropnrts thai lu aibliilnu lo Hit but He fTiilser which it Was assorted bud boon sunk, oilier Fiiituh ship' feeelvnii serious injuries The ol'ficiMl Gniiniin stalement of Hit, Ions of ono Hrltlsh baltle cruiMr is ti.lhered to us positively as evff. The ilestriietmii of the vessel -Is Kent to biive- been clearly anil iirini)tK iibK observeil, not only by the flo-eirovei- which totpeiioed It but nh'O t." ibe crew ol i) Zeppelin eriiisini; obnv Ho- scene o( th,, engaKement. The imiiie of (l(f battle Tiiiq in liuestlon, It is haul, by tile Bel jtilra fy eiinnnl be M.,.eii posh Ively licciiosn the Hhlps were so similsr in type trejt Its lelentlty cuid not i' oi-tabllaheel-with the certainty tilth wblcTt tho Hlueclier, h ei-tiisi-r of inarkeelly dif ferent tviie i roiTi the ol'neis, could nlcke.l out as the MUukt-n "blp of t eprniAn siu.li-oh. Air observ - ' fteclare timt they siur to i lol-pedo iiOhI .iir.ii la 1 ' '.'T the-' eliwsibtcd Hi, The desiruv ft id HI hv-i t , flinilfd t-Y ! !