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CITY' EDITION CITY EDITION TIIIRTV-SIXTH VKAH Ol. C.VXXXV. No. !8. GOUNTY Ml BILL IS PASSED OVER VETO OF Executive Returns Measure Without Approval but Nec essary Two-thirds Overrides Him in Both Houses, PALMER FLOPS BACK TO REPUBLICAN SIDE Barth Declares He Would Be Pinched if He Were to Say Half of 'What He Thinks About the Senate, IIROCIAL DISPATCH TO M3RNIN0 JOURNAL Santa Fe, Feb. 26. Tho state sen ate by a vote of 16 to 6, and the house by a vote of 34 to , this af ternoon enacted the county salary bill over the veto of Governor Mc Donald. Those In the senate w ho voted to THE GOVERNOR uphold the Bovernor . yeto were - - J rol. proposals for the safeuardlrR of neu- Messrs. AlIdredRe, Darth, Doepp,jler BQ 'weU gr,.aH(d. tral commerco from the danRers of llinkle, Mubry and Walton. 'Mr. j Mr. Mann declared that the veto Uubmnrines and mines and the un Kvans attempted to cast his vote, but; advanced only lllmsy reasons, and I restricted shipment of foodstuffs to Mr. Holt objected, as Mr. F.vans was i that t ty had the interests j bel.lRerent paired with Mr. McCoy. The presi- , , ' rs niul " at hart countries. Complete replies are not dent ruled that the pa-lr did not ex-j Mr j,.n,.1Mn said that the bill is expected for several days because the tend to a veto message. Mr. Holt ap-! a compromise measure, and is the j subject is kIIII under consideiHtlon by peuled from the decision of the choir j best that can be obtained under the ,;nKland and her allies. und was sustained by a vote of 13 to 7, those voting against Mr. Holt's mo- lion beln Messrs. Alldredse, Uarth, ; Hoepp, Hinkle, Mabry, tfulzer Walton. tliccr for rainier. In the house enthusiasm aroused by Mr. Palmer voting the republicans, although he was j with ! had oriiriiinllv voleil jiuuinsl I he Niilnrv bill. In explaining his vole, Mr. Pal-1 iner maintained that he had kept nis;tnai me governor nas mm unrc . pledge to the people of San Juunlary bills sinimitieti to nun, una i-oiintv. ami that it wss because of lit was his vetos of the salary the covernur's advice to the caucus ! to make, the salary muxlmmn In counties like lan Juan anywhere from 11,600 to 11.800, that it was llxed at that sum in the bill. Those In the house voting to sus. lain the veto were Messrs. ItluCk, Kryunt,. '.?ihot Imiw," HewrirT ttoT land. Mullens. Rutherford. Ttyan. uvuun smith Timrn 'eol mi Welsh, .Vtr. swan was ubsent. and the pro- grcssKe member, Mr. Sandoval, voted with the reptihlicans. Mills (J to Governor. The senate sent three bills' to the governor this ufternoon, the most Im portant of which probably Is H. M. 227. by Mr. Mann, with reference to persons to be admitted to the Insane j asylum. The bill passed by a "M 22 to 2. I H. U. 20H, by Speaker Romero,! providing a procedure for the remov-; ul of officers, pussed by a vote of 20 ; to 2, after Mr. llartli hud made a vehement protest In which he sav uge)y attacked the republican lobby and ' leaders. The bill provides that a. Judge who suspends an officer shall appoint the person to 1111 the vacancy. ; to the never- : . The third bill sent nor is H. II. 25S. in reference to M. C. A. at Albu(iieriue. It passed I unanimously The following bills were Introduc ed In the senate: 142, by Mr, Clark, appropriating' funds for various charitable, Institu tions for which appropriations wore made In 1 SOD. Finance. 143, by Mr money for un ury affairs. 144, by Mr. funds to pay Hartt, appropriating armory in Tuos. Mili- Walton, appropriating railroad fare for stu dents to the normal school. Finance. More Armory Mills. US, by Mr. Gallegos, appropriating finals for an armory in Clayton. Mili tary ulTairs. 14B, by Mr. Kvans, for an armory at 1'ortales. Military affairs. 147, by the committee on Judiciary, for the establishment of public law libraries at county seats. As the hill eumo from the committee, reference a dispensed with. HH. bv the rnnimiltee on IlllliciarV. I I.. ' V." . - -i , "menu the law relative to iees oi witnesses und allowing fees for ex pert witnesses as the court mu.v di r''l. Judiciary. 54!'. by the committee on Judiciary, Prescribing the manner of lnstruct 'K juries In the trial of cases in dis trict courts. Judieiury. by the committee on judiciary, dative, to the admission of sterid- s"'iinic notes, in a. retrial.. Judiciary. 151, hy the committee on judiciary, r esirtinishtng general, rule of prac- Tlr irt rllui.i..i ... a:. ! peiwed with. 152. llVMho r.nror..UAA lnrllj ttirV to amend Section 2686 of the com piled laws with reference to motional for retrial. Judiciary. .' 1i3, by llr. f0it fixln(r the time fori ...... -,,., ,1, ,ne -lnun juuiciui um- triet. Passed unanimously under sus pension of the rules. 154, l y Mr. Mabry. for an armory at -l''vls. Military affairs. S. U. 9ft, by Mr. Hinkle, providing revenue for a minimum seven-month Jjchool term, wag reported favorably. 1 he committee on education, however, Bubmitted a substitute Senate substitute for 8. B. 7", hy Mr. Holt, for the cancellation, of omls, passed by a vote of 23 to 2. s, B. 12H, by Mr. Holt, for the tem porary relief of the college of agri culture, passed by a vote of 22 to Labi on Table. The following- bills were laid on the table In the senate It. B. 26, by Mr. Vigil, of fiocorrc. WEATHER FORECAST. . Washington, Feb. 26. New Mex ico; laical rains and snow Satur day; Sunday fair. 1 for (lie appointment of official Inter preters h, th,. district ,-ourt. II. IS. 3, by Mr, Mullens, bv request, to amend Section 3,1,1.-, f tu, t(im Idled law In reiercm to nppculs from justice f (he peace court, H. It. 312, by Mr. .Medina, amending .Section 17 f ,. compiled laws, rri.mng to r(...H for recording certain Instruments, Hupt. o. c. 7,ingg, J. ii. r,l.st, Sum uel Fldodt i,,l c. Venresluo Jaru mlllo appeared belore the senate fi nance cotiimilti'f tiidiiy to plead the cause o( thn Spunisli-Aiiicric.in nor mal school at l; Ititi:. They asserted that It Is the leant costly of the state's Institutions and UMkd only $3,000 h Year for muiittf niiiice beside,, $4,600 to finish up Us new buildings, equip It and provide a kitchen. Mow earn est the young men and Women of the Spanish-American counties ure In their endeavors to obtain n educa tion was net forth by the citation of concrete Incident. One pupil, for Inflame, brought down to the school a couple of sheep und the cornnical with which to make his tortillas, so s to hnvu enough to eat while at school. The pupils cook their own meals, do their own washing and mending de spite the lack ot facilities which are to he supplied In part out of the spo (In I appropriation of (4,500. The taxation und revenue commit tees of the house had a public meet ing at the Hotel do Vargas this even Inn. Iloth house adjourned until tomor row afternoon. HEWITT KNOWS A STEAM itouj.il when ii k sees it Santa Fe. Feb. 26. It wus Mr. Mann who moved In the house that the salury bill be passed over the gov ernor a veto. Mr. Hewitt said that the motion should be "that a Hteam roller la to pans over the minority in this house." Mr. Dow declared that the governor la Hlandinir bv the taxpayers, and scored the house for taking away , the powers and prerogatives from the : executive tnui me governors oi ouicr states possess. He congratulated the present circumstances, the repuuii-( riermuny's wllllimness to make con can party, he said, had been civen a , ,.essionH and negotiate for an under-fu-,..t hii-iiu inn Hr hi for the verv our- ,,.. .. ' " j' " .,, constructive leKislui- audition, of which the salary nut is a .i' . .... . tion, i part. Mr. Smith rejoined that it Is true that there is a majority of repuiili- icans in tne nouse, nui inai n nun 'not the people who made It a two- thirds ma onty. Mr. Toombs concluded by saying that bills tliut resulted In the state going re publican by more than 4,000 ma turity at the last state election. He predicted that the veto of today will i make the' republican majority 8,000 in 11116. In the senate Mr. Harth declared that' he'woulil be arrested if he-ex- pressed his horn-si opimon or uie sen- ate. Mr. t'lamiiton replied that un- cter the constitution he was fully pro tected and that he should go ahead and state what was on his mind. In the house this afternoon, on mo tion of Mr. Davies, Miss (Jarrett til Las Cruces, the blind daughter ot tne late "Put" llarrett, was Invited to sing her New Mexico song. She graciously acceded, and sang the se- . . r. Illl,, ,,..,i.il I ill r. .VlOlllO.VU "I iiri iioiiii",, ......... vote of thanks to Miss Garrett, and Mr. illood seconded the motion, say ing. "I knew Put Garrett in 1H80." Mr. Hewitt also paid a tribute to (Jar rett, and recalled how Garrett was elected sheriff of Lincoln county, serving for two years. "When he ty, anarchy went into Lincoln county reigned, and when he left It, it hud i become a place w here citizens could in... .,u,..uhlL' " .lpcbired .Indue Ilew-ibv It I. Tne lOMOWIIIg UIHO mi "IliHU iie- m, iiwiii- Messrs. ortin. Mullens, liow, Martinez und Munn. It wus pa sseu ; ! unanimously. The roll call Was presented 10 miss Garrett, and the members donated a sum which is to go towards publish ing the New Mexico song. Miss Gar rett was deeply touched, und warmly thanked the house for the honor it uccorded her. ' I dwell on the attacks made by the Directors ludii'tcil. German submarines on enemv ships, New York, Feb. 26. The federuljs the position of the United States. .riv. ,.,i lorn iiunv returned a super- seding indictment against twi nty-oiu, j directors, former directors una coun sel of the New York, New Huven und Hartford Itailroad company, charging violation of the .Sherman anti-trust law. The indictment, similar to the one returned last November, was brought to overcome objections made hy certain defendants to the manner i in which the first indictment was sc- .. .....! uuiru AID EMPLOYES !BY MORNINO JOURNAL gFtC'AL Lt AStO WISH) Trinidad, Colo., Feb. 26. A sugges tion that John I). HocKereiier, ji "could do a great work for mankind by helping to relieve the distress in this community among others of (he former employes of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company," wus telegraphed by the Trinidad Chamber of Com merce to Mr. Rockefeller tonight. The telegram wus in response to one received from Mr. Rockefeller asking the co-operation of the organi zation with a committee of the Colo rado Fuel and Iron company in re lieving distress among the company s former employes In Las Animas county. The telegram from Mr. Rockefeller Was uctuuted, it is believed, by tt tele gram sent him by Joe Rizzi. repre senting' the former striking miners in which he ssked Mr. Rockefeller to assist the miners and their families, all of whom have not- been re-employed. In his telegram Mr. Rockefeller stated that the Colorado Fuel and Iron company was doing all it prop erly coul.l for its employes and their families, '. - ROCKEFELLER IS DISINCLINED TO ALBUQUERQUE, I OF DIFFERENCE Encouraging Reports Received From Ambassadors Gerard and Page as to Considera tion of American Notes, EXPECT ACQUIESCENCE OF GERMANY SHORTLY Rigid Reticence Both in United States and Abroad Cloaks Exact Nature of Negotia tions With Secrecy, MORNINO JOURNAL (RACIAL llillo , Washington, Feb, 26. Encouraging reports from both Ambassadors I'aifoi' and Gerard at London and Berlin, re - spectlvely, were received by President "n anu nis cnninei today concern- ng the attitude of Great Hritain and Germany toward the latest American ;.i?.L...I.. .,'." i' . ... " .'' 1. ,0,1S i ' u ii tin ii-t-i.il iiutiiir nmiw n uiioi ,,,,. ,.H u..... , .. . ......... ... v in.,-, i ,iiiii-h nini iv i.M- ' ma I ac(iii(-sciice Is expected in u day or two. ,mi eyes are now turned on London, where the opinion Is under stood as yet to be divided on the mer-1 its of the suggest Ions. Some of the leading men In the llritish cabinet are said to favor in principle the American proposals as a means of solving the problem with as little in convenience to neutral countries us possible. Another element, however, is said to be Impressed by the military value of further restriction of food unibplicH to Germany and more repri sals, und there Is some indication that when the final rc so Mil ion on the American proposals Is to be made the mllltury faction will present strong opposition to them. - Kxact Xutiirc Not lllscloseil. Th exact nature of the proposals is still unknown because of the rigid reticence of the official both here and abroad, but each duy adds infor mation on the subject. Briefly, this much of the contents of the American suggestions -now has been confirmed. The Fnlted States ha asked that the previous rules of international law With resneel t.i iho ul. in, lit l,v nan. - .. trals of conditional contraband des tined to civil populations und not the (the belligerent forces of an enemy re i main unaltered. A system is suggested whereby I whereby proof can be furnished that Tproof can he furnished that the , supplies will be used by the civll- lun population i The removal of all floating mines Germany nell uu f.r nut riiiii.lr, I Is proposed, this not lo a only, how- protection of coast defenses und harbors, pilots to be furnished to irulde neutral ships through such fields as remain. Attention la railed to Germany's promise that if foods! uffs are nol de tained when destined to her civilian population the submarine warfare on merchant ships will be abandoned. The American proposals do not ""i "cunu in will terference In the mode of warfare adopted by the belligerents toward each other except where the lives of neutrals are placed in jeopardy, ft is assumed, however, by officials that the promises made by Germany of an intention to abandon such warfare on merchant vessels and confine opera tions to those enemy vessels carrying troons and munitions of war would be fulfilled, if foodstuffs were to be given unrestricted passage to Germunv. The details of the proposals it Is felt there can he readily arranged If there is a disposition on the part of hoth Great I'rltaln and Germany to make concessions. The destruction of the American steamers Carlb and Kvelvn continued to be talked about in official Quarters und while Inability to fix the respon sibility for the accidents hus removed for the present ihe dunger of compli cations with the belligerents, the hope of the American government, is that dunger from mines will be eliminated by the acceptance of somif; at least, of the American proposals. The glut a department , today re ceived tho following telegram from the American consul general at Lon don, dated February 23: "Pilot station Dover discontinued seventeenth. Vessels that formerly took pilots at Dover now supplied in the Downs from Deal." GERMANY CUTS DOWN AUTOS TO SAVE GAS my MORNINO JOURNAL- SPCCIJL LCARCO WIRI1 fierlin. Feb. 26 (via London, 11:30 a. ml- The bundesrath has adopted a measure 'by which the number of automobiles In Germany not being used for n, Hilary purposes will be re duced by about one-half. The pur pose of this is to save in the consump tion of gasoline and lubricating oiis, and in rubber. The or.ler as issued Is that all auto mobiles, leglnning March 13. must have new licenses. These will be is sued only on proof of public necessity. The bundesrath declares: "This future limitation has particu larly th" purpose of eliminating a" automobiles ser.vlng purposes of pleasure or sport." OS c GOOD FOR ADJUSTING OVER SHIPPING NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915, HEARING GIVEN INDIANS AND RENEGADE MEXICAN t MORNINO JO IRNAl iriCIAL IKIII WIAII Salt Lake lTt, Feb, 28. A special received here flop, )ff t 2 o'clock says the four Indian and the rene gade Mexican captured by the posse at Hluff are having a pvelimiiiary hearing today. The hearing: la being coiului -tod behind closed d s, but It is ixpecled the rive will lie lioiiml over and sent to1 Salt Lake to await action of the fedet ti grand Jury. Mun coa Jim, the whit scout employed by the posse, has bet-n sending word by telephone and otherwise to Indians nil over the region inning (hem to come In and go on the reservation. Atho Indians rt -t directly nssoclnt ed with l'olk find Posey are greatly 111 fear of the two old chb-fs, it is : lieved the Indian agents will be able to Ret 20') or more Indians, who have never been confined ,,n a reservation before, (o niovs permanently to the I'te reservation. sells luges pfi i:iile indiv.nh to kxteu reserve Washington, Feb. 26. Commis sioner Sells, of the Indian bureau, for warded Instructions to bureau ugenls today to employ all possible means to Indiico hostile plutc In I'tali to surrender to avoid the hiss of more lives. Sixty Plutes who recently left the Navajo reservation had agreed to re turn, bureau ngenfs reported, and that was Interpreted as likely to have a Rood Influence on the hostile band aiding Tw-Ne-Gat to avoid arrest. (iiitIhoii lavs Down Hiilcs. Washington. Feb. I'll, Secretary Garrison today further banished out- - hlo iniluences In promotions and fa v,,ra f,,r rmy officers by iromulK.tt- iokt new rcBuiHiions ty maae Known the policy of the war department, that official records only constitute the basis of ill assignments and de- ' " prescribed Just w hat mlRiit properly be done in behalf of of- licers. NwImh Morrow Imr From l uitctl Stales. Heme, Switzerland. Feb, 6 (via Fails, 5:30 p. m.) There Is excellent authority for the statement that ne- gotlations are going on between the completely destroyed, linn of them .Swiss government and represental.v, s ! entirely fortified ny the Uer of American bunks concerning a ,-w ii-s mans. loan in the 'nilcd Ktatrs. The .uirr. t "Mine drugging In the straits Is be- menlioned Is of TX.ftoo.ooo francs and the rate of Interest about six per cent. Entire Garrisorrt'laced in Custody-and Sent to Maytorena Camp, Where Lieutenant! Colonel Is Executed, EftV RiORNINa JOURNAL tPCCIAL LKASEO WIRC) Naco, Ariz., Feb. 6. us a, tesult of alleged drinking bouts, the eullre garrison of Naco, Ho-nora, , was placed under urreHt today und sent lo the Maytorena camp at San Jose and Lieut. Col. Alfredo Fragoma hus been executed there, General Acosta, in command at San Jose, eighteen miles southeast of here, ordered un investigation after hearing of scenes among the garrison Monday lilgnt. l.ieiitenunt arrest followed. Colonel rragosa s nnuiimn nnum i Ulib QUUlu LEAD TO ARREST nr ninn rnnnrn II. Mill. II Minim ui u rum i u ii Ijist night similar occurrences werojure foils Namiir.ieh, on the Kuropean reported. Today Gencrul Acosta, sent a special troop train from San Jose with a force that placed the garrison under arrest. C'ARIt.W.ISTAS MjAIM CAITI UK OF OltO ; icept by the consent of Turkey. Mer- Mexlco City, Feb. 26. It Was un-lcbant vessels .arriving ut the narrows flounced at Carranza headquarters to- between sunrise and sunset were per jiay that udviccs had been received ofjinltted to pass through lu ordinary The rupture- of HI tiro, slate of lm- lines without, formalities, but after rango, by General Klizonda. The Za- sunset and before sunrise, no vessels pata forces were driven out with U were nllowed to pass. Were an al loss of 200 killed. I tempt to do so made, a blue light Kl Oro is one of the largest mill-1 would blaze from the foi ls and three lug camps In Ihe republic. Millions of j Hollars in foreign capital is Invested 1 there. VILLA TK(MI'S M I', TO atta K in riiiim; COLI'.MV Naco, Ariz., Feb, 26. Arrivals from j Canancu reported today that Villa troops hud begun moving westward to attack the column of General llur blde, the Carranza commander, said lo be at Kspcranza, preparing for an attack on the Soiiora seaport of Guay mus. Iturbide, according to advices recently received, has been reinforc ed bv 2,r,no men, bringing bis com mand close to 5,000. The Villa troops who are now under the chief com mand of Governor Jose Maytorena of Sonora, number more than 4,H'0. !RY MORNINO JOURNAL RRICIAL LFARE0 MURK St. Johns, N. II., Feb. 26. The Al lan line steamer Mongolian, reported leaking badly with 200 passengers alsiurd, w-s heading for Halifax, N. S., tonight, convoyed by the I'nlted States coast guard cutter Seneca. An encounter with ice Is believed to have forced the liner to turn back on ft voyage from Fhiladelphla und St. JohiiB for Glasgow. All the passen gers were taken on here. A wireless message from the Mon golian tonight said all was well on board. The steamer was making ten knots an hour. The Seneca, doing Ice patrol duly, became 'he Mongolian's convoy when she Intercepted a wireless message for assistance sent to the Red Cross liner Stephano. The Stephano con tinued her voyage from New York to this port. I i ENCOUNTER WITH ICE TURNS ALLAN LINER HOftflEIRD, FORTIFICATIONS -OF DARDANELLES DEMOLISHED, IS OFFICIAL CLAIM Mine Dragging Operations Being Carried on to Open Strait Under Protection of Allies' Cruisers, ONE FORT ENTIRELY MANNED BY GERMANS Bombardment Resumed Early in Morning From Distance Is Followed by Further Shelling at Close Range, 'V MOIININa JOUANAL tPICtAl. LtAAAO WIN Paris, Feb. 2 (r,;J7 p. in.)-An of ftelal coiMiiiunlcatlon issued bv the French minister of marine today con firms the a nnoUllf cmei.f ,,f il. jmolitlon of the foils guarding the en- irance, lo tne Dardane lea ami savs that mine drugging operations a re now proceeding In the straits. The communication follows: "The bombardment of the forts at the entrance to the Dardanelles wHs resumed from a great distance yes terday nt X o'clock in the morning. This was followed by a bombardment at shorter raiiwe, Four forts were ; '"t elTected under the protection of the armored and other combined Meet." cruisers of the ) The Dardanelles, the gateway to Constantinople, Is a narrow tortuous Strlll of Wilier lllvlill Ilfr it! 1 1 l-f.lim. ,1 (fiom Asiatic Turkey and leading from the Aegean sea to the sea of Mar mora. Jt Is about thirty-three miles in length and averages about two I miles in width. I At the entrance to the Dardanelles jstrails, are, on the European side, forts Hollos, llurnu and Seild-cl-Hnhr. which face fort Kum Kale, on the Asiatic side. Sedd-ol-Unhr is a tliad- rangular etujosure with kolid walls and low towers ut the angles. Stand ing on the side of the bill which slopes to Cape Greco, its lower wall reaches lo the water's lMes. In ncre age Sedd-el-Ilahr Is the largest for tress lu the Dardanelles. Hehind the castle, tin the height Is the, Shuhlm Kalessi fori. Across the slralt from Kedd-el-Hahr ito Kum Kale, Is about two miles. I Kum Kale Is an old stone, castle, which on the flat land of tho Asiatic sld lies alr.iost at the wuler.llne. of 'late years this fortress had been per mitted to go Into decay, but with tho outbreak of the present war it un- (doubtedly has been strengthened With modern guns. The mouth of the Dardanelles Is said to be heavily mined. Lp the water toward Constantinople- many Hllllill r,,rtu l,i! thn uW..i..u f i- ..... ,,,, . ra Mb '.Intervals and tliero are iilg foitifica- lions ut the entrance to tho gea of Marmora and also about ten miles fiom the entrance to tho strait, at the beginning of the narrows. Hero side and Chaitak fortress opposllo It both modem fortifications are armed Willi Kriipp guns. I'mbr Ihe treaty of 1X41, which wa;i conririiicd by the I'arls trculyof IS.MI, no foreign warships were per- mltteil to enter the Dardanelles ex- blank shots would be fired, should these warnings prove In I lie, It was mandatory upon the forts that solid shot be fired nt a vessel disregarding I ho regulations. Tl'RKS CI. ALU VICTORY I V THE 4,'AI'CASI S Ilerlin, Feb. 23 (via wireless to Bay vllle, Feb. 26.) A dispatch re celved from ( onsla ntinopln transmits a report received by a, Turkish news agency from u correspondent at a Muck sea port, who says that recent fighting n the vicinity of Horlsi hobo, In Transcaucasia, between Artvlu and Hatun, has ended in complete victory for the Turks. The Russians lost se verely, according to this Information and took to flight. Kefore this result wus obtained the fighting had been going on for several days. CRI ISER OF ALLIES hl'EMlS AX HOI K IX STRAITS Paris, Feb. 26 (3:33 p. tn.j Tho Athens correspondent of the Havas agency semis tho following dlspal"li regarding the bombardment of the foils at tile entrance to the Darda nelles by tho FrendU 4.aud llj-IUs'i fleets: "News received from the Island of Tenedos last night says that tho bom bardment of the Dardanelles, contin ued with violence from 9 o'clock In the morning until 6 In the evening Tho fire from the foils was Intense during part of Ihe day but diininlsliu 1 und ceased before nightfall. "Forts Krthogroil, Sedd-el-Ha hr and orpbanie suffered a great (leal, es pecially Sedd-el-liahr, which was on fire, the flames being seen from a dlstan.-e. tine of the allies' cruisers entered the strait during the evening and bombarded the forts for an hour, lt thea withdrew safely. "The result of tho fire of tho Turk ish forts Is not definitely known but It appears to be established that none of the allies' vessels has been se riously damaged." Income Tax INm'IhIoii. Washington. Feb. 2. Cash divi dends, paid lifter March 1, 1913, constitute- taxable income when received, und should be Included in the Incomu tax retorts of Individuals whose to tal income is more than I.ii.imhi, a" codltiR to a ruling today by Commis sioner of Internal revenue Ostium. Htock dividends declared in good faith and not to elude the Income tax law, are held not to ho subject to the tax. ONE LIFE LOST WHEN CARIB WENT TO BOTTOM lT MOHNIN JOURNAL FACIAL LtAtAO Mftl WashltiKlon, Feb. 2. ine Ameri ca n William IUkicII of Pensacola, Fla. an assistant engineer on the American steamer Curlb was killed when the ship was sunk by a mine In the North sou on February 22. The American consul general at llotler tlam reported Ills ileal ll today with that of two Hpunlards, members of the crew. He added that the survivors were taken to llremeihaven on a German patrol boat and will lie sent home on the first ship. Sllll- STIUTK MIXF, tU F I'ltt'NSI ST Merlin, Feb. 26 (via London.) II W'as ascertained today that the point at which the Carlli wia sunk was ten miles west of Norderne Island, off the Prussian coast. The disaster occurred at 11 o'clock on the morning of Feb ruary i'Jt. The ship sank quickly. No Information lias been obtulned why the Curlb was following this course. C, C, POWER COVERS INTRA-STATE ROADS !V MOMNIMO JOURNAL IMCIAL IIAAIO WIA) Chicago, Feb. St. Three Judges of the Cnited Stales court I n mils. Kohlsaat und Geiger ruled today that the Interstate Commerce com mission has Jurisdiction over an In-Iru-state lallroad. Sitting en banc, they ordered dissolved a temporary injunction, obtained by the Duluth and Northern railroad lust Decem ber restraining the commission from enforcing Its ruling raising the rate on wood pulp. The ro,ul extends only fifteen miles and is entirely within the state of Minnesota. Its argument that be cause It could not do any Interstate business, it was not amenable to the commission was overruled by the court. ASSASSINATION OF j TALAAT BEY ATTEMPTED! fY MOANINO JOURNAL ARIClAL ItARAO WIRI Koriu, It'll. 211 (lis IjoikIoii. lib. S7, I :r.1 a. in.) According- to ad vices from Constantinople, rigid measures to control the night life of that city have been put into effect as the result of un attempt to assassin ate Talaell I ley, Turkish minister of the Interior, llnance, marine ami war. The assassination Was attempted while the minister was passing through a street In the stamboul ills- I trict, a m.'vi armed with u revolver, llrlng (it him. The ussassln Was some distance nwuy and the bullet missed ill mark. Summary of War News of Yesterday Heavy fishllng' Is In progress In various parts of North Poland be tween the Germans and the Russians. Sanguinary engagements have taken place along the Nlemen near Svenlo yansk and lo the noiih of Grodno and also in the region of I'rzitsnysz, and the heavy German siege artillery bus opened a bombardment on the Rus sian fortress of (issowetz. I'r-trvigrnd claims nn .Iniportunt suc cess In the region of I'rzasnysz, where Ihe Germans chronicled a victory for themselves a day or so ugo and the capture of some ten thousand prison ers. The Russian war office says ths Germans in this vicinity have been forced to retreat over a twenty-five mile front with heavy losses In killed, wounded and prisoners. A large num ber of guns also were ruptured by Ihe M llscol lies, A repulse of the GermailH who had crossed the Nlemen near Hvcnloyiinslt 'according to I'etrograd, forced them hack across the river. Near Grodno Ihe fighting conl limes. Villages here have changed hands rcieuledlv. While there Is fighting lit different point further south through Poland and Oallcht, and up lu tin- passes of the Carp ithluns, none, of the battles .horn have proved that the situation Is any neuter a decisive result that It has been for weeks past. In Ihe west advances und tho tak ing of trenches In (be Clin mpugne and the capture of "Important fractions'' of the German lines further west are claimed by the French. Artillery en gagements have been In progress along (be whole line. Having silenced Ihe forts nt Ihe en trance to the Dardanelles the allied fleet Is now covering the work of mine sweepers In Ihe channel prcpar-i ainry in uirempiing runner progress ulong the narrow waterway leading to i the sea of Marmora. ( Germany asserts that (luring til"' recent hitlle In the M.i.uii,i n In lie dis. j trict of Esst Prussia, the commanding' general of th Russian twentieth I army corps and ten other command ing officers were niudo prisoners. The llritish governim nt, through lis chief Industrial commissioner, has ordered ten thousand striking ship yards on the Clyde to return to work Monday, declaring that "Important munitions of war urgently reunited by Ihe army and lmvy" are being held up by fhe strike. A settlement by arid-1 (ration of the wage dispute which precipitated (be strike Is promised by the government. Owing to disturbances following meetings at which spee lies were made for and nvutnst Italy's partici pation In the war the Kalian govern ment has decided !hat in the future no such meetings limy be held. Prince Henry of Prussian probably will become commander of the Ger man high sea feet lu succession to Admiral von Ingenohl, who has been prdered to Ilerlin from Klelil. The remainder of the crew of the American steamer Kvelyn, which was sunk by a mine have been rescued and are now In Hrenion. It is understood that the recent American Identical notes to Great Hri tain and Germany suggested that the previous rules of International law' regarding shipment by neutrals of conditional coin in hand to civilian populations of a belligerent country remain unaltered that the floating mines of the two countries, except for the protection of roast defenses and harbors, be removed and that pilots be furnished to guide neutral ships in such mini? fields as ur maintained. ltalljr bj Carrier or Mall, W.i Month. Single Copies 5c. WILL PUBLISH REPRISAL PLAN ON MONDAY, IS AN1IGIPAII0N Premier Asquith Expected to Announce Measures to Be Taken in Retaliation for Submarine Campaign" Soon, ALLIES IN PERFECT ACCORD AS TO ACTION Many Reasons to Believe That England- Will Make All Foodstuffs Destined for Germany Contraband, UiWhllntiiN (ii IjmkIoii, 1VI. 27. 3:.l m. in.) Wreckage. picked up near Chrisllnnla p- pears to Indicate H diauster to the German submarine U-S, 44t T MORNINO JOURNAL RttdAL LIAtta IRt London, Feb. 2 i:40 p. m.) France, Russia. England und Serbia uro said by F.ngllsh officials, to be. In. absolute uccord na to reprisals to be, made on Germunv, Aiistro-HiiliKnry und Turkey In retaliation for tho German submarine campaign. F.ng laml was In conference with her al lies concerning reprisals before thn receipt of the last American note making informal representation, looking to the discontinuance of sub. murine activities and to the adminis tration of food to Germany for her civilian population. " I England and her nllirs have decid. j ed upon the main points which prob ably will be announced Monday by I Premier Asmith In a statement fvr tin press, Slioiilimii.oiiuly ,h position of ull tho opponents of'Ciormiinv to ward neulrul countries whoso trado Is rii vitally atlccted by the present, naval methods, will be submitted to the neutral governments. There la every reason to belieyo that England fully Intends to make all foodstuffs for Germany iibsolutii contraband, thus cutting off thn movement of ships lo German ports and iiivrT.AiLiijrt, trdri iir possible. Great Interest Is belnB shown by the Hrltish press and tho public In the probable treatment of cotton under the new system of rt" prisuls, the belief seems to be gen eral that cotton and foodathfTs all will become absolute contraband, llritish officials ate how persuad ed, they slate, that several ships which at Hrst were reported as hav ing been destroyed by mines, wore) thn victims of submarines, ITItTHEIl REFERENCE IS MADE IX) TRANSPORT'S SlNklMJ Ilerlin, Feb. 26 (by wireless to Say vllle.. ) The Overseas News agency today gave out a story to the effect that the Corrlero Delia Hera, a news paper of Milan, declares that Lloyd's agency hus received u telegram from KuHtbourne, in Sussex, to the effect that a llritish transport hui gono down with l.SOO men. The foregoing dlBpntch doubtless in snotber. ri terence to the reported tor pedoing of Hritish transport by a German submarine. Announcement to this effect hus been made officially In Ilerlin, but the British authorities deny tho story. lt TII.LI It V ACTIVE IX 1 RlSM VN POLAND AREA Vienna. Feb. 21! (via Loudon, 11:51 p. m.) The .official .communication issued hy the Austrian war office to night follows: "Violent arlilbry engagements tiro proceeding In (be sections cimt of Przodhor in Russian Poland. Along the rest of the front, north of tho Vistula and easl Galieia comparative culm prevails "The enemy's attacks In Ihe Car pathians on our positions north of Velovee Ridge and In the Onduvu, valley were unsuccessful, "In storming height during thn buttles In southeast Callclu 1,240 Russians w re i apt uled." NXOADIG ON ENTIRE FRONT REPORTED MY PARIS Paris. Fell. ?H I via I.oiiiIiiii 1 1 -Il3 n. , i Th follonlnir official com. iiumicallon was Issued tonight: "There l as been cannonading uloiii; the whole front. In the Champagno district our progress bus continued to the north of Mesnll. After taking two successive lines of trenches w reached the crest of the undulating; ground iceupieil by the Germans. ' Further to the west we extended our operations by the conquest of an, Important fraction of the enemy's lines, "From the Argonnc to th Vnsge there Is nothing to report," HEAVY WEATHER DELAYS OPERATIONS IX EAST AREA '.ondon, Feb, 26 (2:2fi p. m.) Thti official information bureau gave out today another of the srmi-weeklv communications from tho front. It follows: "The period since the last com munique has been marked by a thick mist und ruin which culminated on the 24th lu a beavv tfiiowstorm. Op erations consequently have been hin dered, in spile of bad weather, how ever, inir air craft carried out their duties. Co-operation bet worn avIatoM und the artillery has been particu lurlv close. "Near i'pres intermittent fighting continued along the canal without any change in the relative positions of tlie opposing forces. Many gallant mi ts have been performed during tha recent fignting in I'us neighborhood. A sergeant sua a itmii helU a com munication trench, for a coasiderabla