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CITY CITY, EDITION EDITION Vol (M IX. So. 27. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1916, REPUBLICANS IN OUANDARY; MUST E PROGRESSIVE THE WEATHER WEATHER JXIRF.OAST. Washington, Jan. 26. .New Mexico: Thursday snow north, ruin south por tion, colder east ami south portions ; oold wave oast portion. Friday, prob ably f.llr. HUSBAND BEAT ADJUNCT OR FAIL Figures of Last National Elec tion Convey Sad Lesson to Standpat Leaders in Wash ington. ROOSEVELT TO COME BACK ON PREPAREDNESS Former President Said to Plan to' Make Caribbean Sea an. American Lake; Defense the Issue, LOCAL WKATHUIt ItF-POIlT. For twenty-four hours, ending at C p. in. yesterday: Maximum tompeinturo, r,3 degrees, minimum, 28 degrees; range, 25 de grees; temperature at 6 p. ni., 41 do grees; northwest wind; partly cloudy; precipitation, .19 of an Inch CITY IUXK CMlVniN'OS. Yesterday 1 $03, 010.9:1. tnted to your correspondent the fol lowing statement: "A nation of 110,000,000 people, with $150,000,000,000 of wealth, and not quiie, twice no many Infantrymen to defend it as there are policemen in Creator New York, at a time when solemn treaties no longer hind na tions, and ure regarded as mere scraps of paper; when all that eivilzution has won from barbarism la lost or in peril such a nation presents a most at tractive, appetizing bait to predatory nations and particularly at the close of a world war that has wasted wealth and developed Immense armies that must bo supported and something found to engage their activities. Asserts l)uii(fer Is Heal. "Are we in danger from these na tions? "That wo are in danger, and in se rious clanger, no senc or normal mind can doubt; that anything' like ade quate protection against that danger will come from a democrat in admin istration Is practically impossible. The leaves no doubt IB SOMETIMES BUT SHE LOVED DIM DEVOTEDLY at 3 o'clock in the things ctlim-d down. morning alter on Trial With Two Takes Stand in Her Own Behalf and Tells Dramatic Story to Jury. Mrs, Mohr, Negroes aroused; an issue will be made, that will displaci' all otherc The issue will be preparedness. The democratic party will line up on one side and the rest of the country on the other. I predict that Theodore Roosevelt will , he found leading the procession in ' favor of adequate military and naval j preparedness, with an added propos ition that will at first stagger people. ' Mak Caribbean Ann SHOAL CORROSRONOINCI TO MORNINO JOURNAL W ashington, Jan. 26. Sheets of pa covered with certain figures are receiving much attention from rcpuuu-, history of that party can leaders. If you enter tne omce oi 0n tnat subject. any one of a dozen members of con-: nut something will happen. mess vou are likely to find him study- HOi,er sense of the nation will ing one of the sheets. Today, when 1 asked a stantpat sen ator whv he oared anything about a reconciliation with the progressive, since by his own declarations the elec tion returns showed the bull moosors roming hack to the republican party, be flit, net out his copy of the sheet and said: There's the answer to that." IMgnrcM or 101 1 Elections. The sheet was covered with the care fully complied election returns from eighteen mates for the senatorial or gubernatorial elections of 1914. It showed the total vote of the demo crats, republicans and progressives, and the senator said that seventeen of these eighteen states are the ones in which a great share of the republican strength had been found previous to the election of 1912. Th senator remarked that it was the most significant bit of paper he had n en so far in his political career. The. figures it contained were arranged like this: Dein. .110,121 . 47, 1K . 3T3.40.1 .272,249 170 9.19 li j,0l 210,442 212,0113 DOMESTIC TROUBLES FEATURED HOME LIFE Many Violent Scenes Said to Have Occurred; Appealed Vainly to Miss Burger to Leave Doctor A lone, ARIZONA COMMISSION TEMPORARILY RESTRAINED ,ry ho.nin. journal RPeriAL , iakid wtRll I .o8 Angeles. Jan. I'll. A tempor ary restraining order preventing the corporation commission of Arioni from imposing a fine of $".. 0 against the Arizona Kusli-rn Uailroad "ni pnn;, assessed boeuu. ,f the I'uihu-, of the railroad company t ) r.iak cer tain reports on 11k intrastate traffic to the commission in connection with il schedule of passenger rat' s ordered put into effect, was granted here to day by three federal Judges sitting en bine. The order, which was signed by I'nited Slates Circuit Judg.' F. M. Itoss, and t'nileil States District Judges Oscar A. Trippett and V. II. Sawtelle, was made pending final dis position of the case by Judge Sawtelle in the I'nited Stales district conn at Phoenix. THE PRESIDENT STIRS CONGRESS TO ACTION ON SHIP PURCHASE Are Also Hnlly by Carrie or Mall, DO, a Month. Single Coplen, Ik) STEEL TRUST PAYS $659,389,42 PENSIONS States California Idaho . . . Illinois . . Indiana . . cl,IIK.,K Maine Mass Michigan . MUsonrl . Montana . . .New Jersey Ohio orc-gon . . . Penn li. I I'lah Wash Wisconsin ".Now 311, r, 23.3SI 173, 148 493,307 1 ! 0,026 200, 430 32,72". 20,076 91,733 119,937 said the Ttep 271,990 40,349 390,681 266,766 HOST!, 198,027 17,2r,4 2r,7,or, 2 2, 9 or, 1 40.29S 624,625 S7,643 r,l,830 34,133 4 2,r.r,2 130,479 141,181 senator, I'rog. 460,49:, . 10,r,3K 203,027 108,5X1 1 18, 7 55 1 8,a2 32,145 36,747 ! 27,614 : 18,881 41,132 60,971 23,951 209,175 ! 8,457' 23,501 ' 83,282 : 32,738! 'let me: "That other proposition will involve converting the Caribbean sea Into an American lake by the acquisition of the Danish and liritish West Indies, Haiti und every foot of land necessary to accomplish that end. "On this issue Hoosevelt will sweep th country dike a tidal wave and will the country like a tidal wave and will House. Kveerything conspires to bring about that result. While this is far from clear, from other roints of View, the precedent thus established would be advantageous to the future of the nation." Fnder the, light of this interview it is Interesting to put the reception of Colonel ltoosevell in rhiladelphia, where he spoke on preparedness Thursday. The chnli man introduced him as a man who would go half way to meet a charging elephant. Colonel Ui.wt .''! I rMritt,! the implied s- IC, .,' on l'nge Two.) V MORNING JOURNAL IHCIU LIARID WIRII providence, It. ., Jan. 26.- Mrs. Elizabeth F. Mohr, on trial with two negroes on the charge of murdering her husband. Dr. C. Franklin .Mohr, n. asserted on the witness stand today v, tnat phn loved her husnand and always was oesirous oi eiiccung a rcoo, ,(,,,.( tion with him. She denied linequivoo ailv that she ever plotted to have him killed. The widow told her story in low tones. Once or twice while toll ing of some particularly irritating turn In her domestic troubles, she seemed on the verge of breaking down. i Loved Her Husband. , .,,. a ,.L. I In answer to questions put to nor tell vim something about these figures. Yu" will observe, for one thing, that! the returns from several strong repub lican states are not recited. I refer to such states as Minnesota, Iowa and the Dakotas. They are left out be cause the reconciliation movements in them has progressed to a point where, they illustrate only one thing, and that. Is what can be done l y reconciliation. E IN BLOCKADE POLIC! OP THE BRITISH by her counsel, Mr. dishing, the wit ness said her husband had been cruel and abusive, but that she loved him notwithstanding. She identified a let ter she said she had received from him while she was nt the .Newport home In the fall of 1913, In which the doctor said: "I don't want anything arouod that reminds me of you, and If you ever put your foot in my place in 1'rovl donce. again I will about kill you. You ure barred from my l'rovldence places and 1 never will associate with you again. The only time we will be un der the same roof again will be when I go to Newport, perhaps. When you leave there you leave everything, and 1 don't care when you leave. I've been putting on a sham front all summer for you, but I can do It no longer. I am tottering now. I will have no IUIIM Of It." Wanted Her to Get Divorce. . Mrs. Mohr made the assertion that Dr. Mohr wanted her to "get out und shift for herself." ;,nd that he urged her to go west and get a divorce, but that she refused. ' Dr. Mohr threat ened to kill her because she would not give him her Jewelry, according to her testimony. She also said the doctor coerced her Into deeding her property to him and that up to 1912 all his earnings bad been nut in her name. ! Continuing. Mrs. Mohr said .she re ceived many beatings from her hus band because of her attempts to keep Miss Kinily Hurger away from him. She asserted that Pr. Mohr was utl- I dieted to the use of liquor and drugs land while under their influence wan i dangerous. i She did not deny writing letters to Healis, Dr. Alohrs negro chauffeur, EPISCOPAL PREACHERS AVERAGE $1,200 SALARIES (RV MORN! NO JOURNAL IRICIAL LIAEIO WIRI1 Xew York, Jan. 26. The average pay of clergymen of the Protestant Kpisci pal church in the I'nited Slates Is $1,200 a year, according to Hlshop William Lawrence of Massachusetts, who announced tonight at the annual dinner of the church dub here the lesult of a 'census ol salaries paid ministers of hip denomination in this country. ' "There are 4.4 20 clergymen active ly devoting their lives to the service of the Kpisoopnl church some times i ailed the richest church In Ameri ca" said Mishup Lawrence. "Yet 2,52 2 of our clergy, more than one half, are paid less than $1,500 a. year; 727 receive less than $1,000; and only 118 earn $5,000 or more. Kvon this is not all cash but Includes the value of a hcuse, when supplied." Measures IBV MORNINa JOU1NAL SPECIAL LAVD W) Pittsburgh. Pa., Jan. 26.--A total of $659,389,41! aK distributed In pen sions to r' lli'e I employes of the I'nit ed states Steel corporal Ion during mr,, according to the fifth aniiiii,! re port of the I'nileil Slates Steel and Carnegie pension tuud made plibli" here tonight. 'I'd is i.. mi lncre.no of $1 47,421.52 over the amount paid out In 1914. The report shows that niiiVo January 1, 1011, when the f'.'iul was established, $2,234.4 1 0.75 has been disbursed In pensions. I'.ocause of the large number of plants "f the corporation and subsid iary companies In the Pittsburgh ,is- ilrl, t, the amount of money distribut ed in this localitv uremic exceeded llrerd n, Imnortnnt. Includ-!"11" ,"lt ' any other district, the Includes $75,000 given from coke Workers In tt." field adjacent to Pitts burgh. The Cleveland district ranked ootid with $65,0(10. In the Chi, . rue district disbursements amounted to $.',3,000. In the soahonr, and Xew Kngland states retired employes re ceived $53,390.28 and on the Pacific coast $1,122. Kmployes of i Ten nesse,. Coal, Iron and Uailroad com pany received fii.OOil in pensions. In , the oro regions of the northwest $27, TAT ff ,U1" wa ""' "'nl''' employes of mioiiiK co, Ufa, ues ere gion i,mp, 000. Retired employes of the Col Ile gie Steel eompan, drew from the pen sion fund the largest amoiinl, $155, 59S.15. The American Steel mid Wire ( ipany was next with $ 14. ",,28 1 10. ing Bigger Army and Stronger American Navy, PHILIPPINE BILL IS UNDER CONSIDERATION Hope for Scientific Board Is Brighter; Relievo Nation of Frequent Fights Which Hint Business THE POLITICAL ASPECTS OF IR E CHIEF ASSI ATTENTION NOW lV MORN, NO JOURNAL RACIAL LRARRO WIRf ', Washington. Jan. 26. Prospects for passage of a i:o eminent shin mir. '. j chase bill are believed to be bright, by idiiiiiiislration leaders, who saw1 , In (, lifer, rices President Wilson had! j today with democrats who opposed1 jsucli ii measure last year, indict. lions I lli.it united support for the revised, I proposal eventually would be won. i ARMENIANS REPORTED STARVING IN DESERTS Hand to Hand Fighting in France When Joff re's Forces Attempt to Retake Trench Occupied by Germans. BRITISH ASSAULT IS REPULSED BY TURKS Bulgarians Are Defeated by Albanians Under Essad Pasha, Who Is Working With the Entente Allies, IRY MflRNINO JOURNAL RUCIAL IIAR.D WlRR OPENING GUN TO (r MORNINO JCIURNAI RPieiAL LURI ,. Hostilities ,,,1 an fronts having for the moment subsided to unimportant proportions, the political aspect of th I U'll,' liu tln llTIU ...... I .1 - Washington, Jan. 2H.-Anolher H--of IntciV.Hl K'" 1 " " peal for help for stalling Armenians i 'ei,,. i,,.i,'ii, ,,,, reached the state depart men, today ' H, , H ih I T '"'""'''""I" through the American embassy at . ' . " ' , ''V'''1'.' "W? I .,,.,1,,.. ; " "", ,L-Ut tne govt rntuetit H plan by 1'"n"""' keetilmr iroodu of ll Li.i. .................... t..,. ....I.I. ..I tl ... ...v., unn.uto, a one ihif,,-,, titnt i v imilOl'tOll ,,r 11.1 1 evported by Oermany; BE FIRED FOR I he president continued during i me nay 10 urge loaning meliiliers or '"o,,i inyie nan , , , semen 10 rum Mill sli labor bus 1,el,l.l i,e ; coiiL'1'ens to hasten neiion ,m import- 'hat ho had communications from whelming ma Idiity to support the ov jant legislation. The president made i Armenian ecclesiastical officers, that eminent to the full in the prosecution ii car nun manors neiore congress.,""1 i .i oieio.ii, exues r tn war: the (lermnti un,i.., incrcas- i lle PREPAREDNESS York City, Where He Speak for General National Defense Program, rrogresslvc Votes Ncell. "Hut examine the list as I have.) handed it to you. Xote the various' states in which the progressives held the h.'ilanco of power and could have thrown tho election either to the re publicans or democrats as they chose, luui they formed an alliance with Sir Edward Grey Wins No table Victory and Newspa- 'lUe sim , visiting the doctor's rei- -' r, latives in McKweuesville, Pa., cxplain- pers Are liouted oy nam Statement of the Facts. (RT MORNINO JOURNAL RRCCIAL LIARIO WIRf" London, Jan. 26 (1 1:25 p. m.) Th.. result of the anxiously awaited Ing that she wanted to know what the doctor was doing that he was her I husband and she was Interested in l what he did. Mrs. Mohr Sell'-posscssed Mrs. Mohr appeared sell'-possensed as she took her seat In the witness box and began the story of her mar- either of the old parties. I debate in tho house of commons on Hod life. She said she was first mar- "That little sheet is a man which ; ,uP blockade ouestlon Is that t he Urit-1 ried on May 15, 1903, at Brooklyn braves bevond question that we havo.ioi, tnvnrnmcnt nflhercs to Its existing I and that Charles Mohr, Jr., was born 'to have the bull moose. Of course, I .milev in 1905, and Virginia Mohr in 1008 believe, as all of us do, that we are; 'resolution Introduced by Arthur "When did you have your first going together. Hut I have no patience 1 shirlev llenn. unionist member for serious disagreement with the doc- with thes-n of our nartv. who. knowing iii-mn,,th ihsit the entire over-oceanic . tor?" bet tt-r, continually assert the bull, traffic with Germany should be pre-1 "Jn February, 1909. Tho doctor moaners are coming back and that we .vented bv a blackade, was talked out 'had been drinking and taking drugs dr not need to urge them Must ;t Them Hack. "I know a lot of them have come back. That is apparent when you com pare that triblo with the election re-j turns for 1912. Put the table shows. that two years ago not enough of them and the subject dropped, thus leaving the position exactly as before the de bute, except that parliament seemed more converted to the government policy. Circy's Speech I'ffcdlve. Interesting figures published by the bad come back to give the republicans; war department partly demolished th" the election, if that mnny of them stay out this year, we cannot elect a republican president. There is no use talking about it. These figures tell, the cold facts. j "If these people can be brought! home in a body we can win and win V"- we."'1 rl flrav h, lne his sneech be had to ...""r0 'i. ?"0JfL 'rJlT admit Ihat nine-tenths were with him ..ZiLJ Z 1 '';"" V-!In fact, after the fore.gn secret, ry sat meet, i tile men elaborate structure raised by tilt newspapers, and Sir Edward drey's effective speech appeared to finish the work thus begun. After the foreign secretary bad spoken, Commander Iiellairs said he had expected that nine-C'Uhs of the house would be against Sir Kdward 191 ana aidutform at Chicago ton fact aHerUie 1 ami vciy reasonab e re,ulrement "("""" .- ,.., n,, -to,' onlv en who voted for Hoosevelt in 'lt., " ' " . I I 1 f Hoosevelt to Front. Republicans, some of them at least, favor preparedness as the thief issue in the coming campaign and they ex pect the colonel to come baok from the West Indies on the crest of the de hiand for a nation prepared for any emergency. One of the leaders die- half a dozen members were present Notable Visitors Irescnt. At tho onening of the debate th house was erowded. notable visitors being the American ambassador, Hwedish and Datii.sh minls'er, Lord Fisher and Lord Stnmtordiiam, pri vate secretary to the King. C.ershom Stewart, unionist, t nought it would be advantageous I) allov France to conduct negotiations with America respecting the blockade, William A. Ilewinp, unionist, thought Sir Kdward Grey had failed in make as good a case as he might SKXATF j have done and contended that Great Foreign relations committee dis- Britain had not yet touched the Oer "'wa Colombian, Xicaraguun and : man economic macmne He wanted Huitien treaties. I to see Germany wreiked on the eco. .1 i t.irv ,.....:.. LA-.innml,' as wcl as tne miiiiary Slue. The Day in Congress Committee continued ""f n army reorganization. Senator Hitchcock proposed amend ment to Philippine bill granting inde pemem.0 ln frrm tWf o four j.rftrj Adjourned Jt 4:15 p m. to noon Wurnins by lrtl Cecil. Lord Ki-btrt Cecil, parliamentary .n.l.r.pci'ftirv for foreign att iK's, ai - isured the house on the authority f Lord Farrinqton that there was rut :word of truth in tne cnarges irougoi , ' HOr.SF.. I against Hritish representatives In m il- Military amj naval committees hfard Ural countries. He regarded with sus fitnesses on 'the state of national de-ipicion those in neutral countries who m'H!- iwere urging the. allies to declare a in, ,'or,,'tarY Harrison urged the house j blockade. .rut rstjne fvommerce committee to re-l "We are tryi'ig to do, with nm ,"p general dam act in the in-! success," he said, "something that no '""est, f W(tl,,r rt,.r.ir,,r,. i m,i..,n vi-r tried before, namely, to enwu labor bill without blockade Germany inrougn no,,,, countries. It would be easy to make "'lai action. -iUourned ""rstlf Thu rstlay. at 0:42 p, m. to noon mistakes which might br so serious ns to prevent our winning the war. land be gave nie a dreadful beating. I told him 1 was going to leave him He told me I hat! no record of my marriage and he told me to get out 1 got out the next, day." Mrs. Mohr told ot a. second mar riage ceremony being performed on May 24, 1909, at Lynn. Mass. Ilcut ll.-r Several Times. Mrs. Mohr said that at the second ceremony Dr. Mohr made all the statements and that she did not know whether he had made any mis-statements. "Did Mr. Mohr, in 1909-10-11-12 treat you abusively?"' asked Mr. dishing. "Yes, sir." "Did he treat you with violence in Juno and July after the second ceremony?" "Yes; he had been to Nova Scotia. I had found a letter In his pocket while he was gone and I asked him about it when he returned. He got angry anil beat me." Mrs. Mohr said he beat her again as n result of a. quarrel ho started over her mother's insurance policy. She said the doctor got acquainted with Miss Iturger when she was a patient of his. "She kept company with the doe tor for a year. 1 overlooked a good many things but 1 did not want. them seen in public so much. Appealed to .Miss Hurger. "f spoke to Miss Hurger about it on night. 1 overheard a telephone conversation between Dr. Mohr and Miss Hurger. They were making a date for that night. After they fin ished I went, to the telephone and called up Miss Hurger. I told her I was Mrs. Mohr and asked her to keep away from ym husband. I told her I had two children and would not Fhe please not go out in public with him. She hesitated but finally said 'I will.' "Dr. Mohr returned home that night about 11 :K,. I was in the liv ing room and when he came In he struck me nvr the right eye and on my arm. He knocked me to the floor and said: '.Vow, wiil you leave my friend alone? " - Mrs. Mohr said the doctor put her out of the house and that she had to climb in through the cellar window Imporlaut Measures National defense measures Ing army reorganization ami ed naval construction. Creatit n of a merchant marine de signed to serve as a naval uuxillary In time of war. Revenue legislation, including; re vision of the income tax law und cre- latliin of a non-partisan tariff board. The Philippine sell -government bill r, i , , ,,,. n i M ! which will include a. provision gralit- President Wilson boes to New ing independence within two t f,,ur years, provided satislaclory Kleps are taken in the meantime to establish a stable independent government. Conservation bills tor development of water power and mineral beurlng j la nds. i Plucatlug DvmocTniN, i Among other democratic senators '.who fought the shipping bill last year and who have discussed It recently . win- thf president; arc Henalors Var duman, Hardwlek. Hlti.hcoek, and O'tioinian. It became known today that one evening last week Mr. Wil- i son surprised a congressional party if ladies and gentlemen by appearing unannounced at .senator Clarke's ho- i tel, where ho conferred for half an, 'hour with the Arkansas senator in; ! a. corner of the hotel parlor. I To Forty- Action mi Treaties. ! Tho administration's determination! to force action as a part of Its pan-j American policy on the treaties with .Colombia and Nicaragua, held up for' more than two years, spurred donio-J crats of the senate foreign relations; committee today to fix next Wednes- i 'day as the date for a vote on the! Colombian treaty, regardless of the; result. An effort also will be made i to get the Nicaragua pact to rt vote, j I .May ell Iteatcn in Scnnie. j I Some senators today predicted that both treaties could be recommended I for ratification but both democrats j and republicans have doubts regard- j Ing their reception in tile senate, Op-! position to the Colombian treaty, Which proposes to pay Colombia $2f,,-I 000,(100 for the separation of Pana-j ma, W'ilh an expression ,,f regret that' anything should have happened to mar the relations ,,f the two coun tries, is based on various grounds, i Many senators believe $2:,, 000, 000 Ms an excessive amount, insisting that half thai sum or even less would be equitable. others ure Insistent that no buigiuige should be used which might bo construed as an apology by the I'nited States for Us acquirement of the canal Zone property. Soulc Complications. i There has been even stronger op position to the Nlcaiagiian treaty. This proposes to pay $'J, Odo.OOIl for an option on the Nicaraguan canal rout,- and for a naval base in Fonse ca bay. one of the complicating: features is an objection from two other Central American republics, Salvador and Honduras. These na tions also own portions of the shore of Fonseca bay, and insist that Nic aragua, has no right to permit the I'nited Slates to establish a naval base there without their consent. Another treaty which the admin istration is anxious should be ratified Is the new convention with Haiti, authorizing the financial protector ate over the islund which the govern- largo numbers of he Hoped to see pushed ahead of ev- jno mut been driven out or inelr own t rything else were Hit, following: country by the Turks, now are help less in tne (inserts t r Syria and Meso-Inelud- potatnla. The viscount asked that state department be requested to do what It can for their relief. GERMAN AIR FLEET DROPS BOMBS ON NANCY iu w asiuni.toii has presented the rtoouei, n government a draft note concerning the Mlnklng of the. steamer LtiHltanlii which Is believed to meet all tho American demands on this Is sue and which, If accepted by tho Oer- .man government, will end the contro- ; ersy, 1 Hritish Answer Tentative. Great lirltain him answered tenta tively tiiti American protest against the delaying f malls, but will reply more' fully to the representations when : France has signified her approval of Great liritalns altitude. Simultane ously comes tho announcement that In I ut urn French warshlns will Bid the (V MORNINO JOURNAL RRCCtAL LIftMD WIRI1 Washington, Jan. 2fi. President YI!..i Tt fiKbt for N. w York, where tomorrow night he will deliver the first ot a series of addresses lay ing before ;he country the issue of preparedness for national defense. He fore starting lie held final conferences wilh administration leaders In cm gross and cabinet members regarding the speeding up of the legislate e pro gram at the capltol. Will Heat h New York F-arly. The president, will arrive In Nhw York at (i o'clock tomorrow morning, but will remain on his private car un til 8 o'clock when a committee rrom the Uailroad Husiness association will escort him to his hotel. At noon he will receive a delegation from the New York federation of Churches, who desire to present an address In appreciation of his efforts in behalf of peaee. Mr. Wilson probably will respond briefly. Opening Preparedness tinn. The opening gun for preparedness will be fired by the president at the annual banquet of the Railroad Husl ness association. He has prepared bis address carefully, but may depart from his printed text in order to in clude some additional word on indus trial preparedness. Later in the even ing Mr. Wilson will speak before a banquet of the Motion Picture Hoard of Trade of America. He is expected to mention the Mexican and ICuropcan situations in both addresses. Leaving at midnight tomorrow the' president will nrrlve here early Fri day morning. Mrs. Wilson, Secretary Tumulty and Dr. Cary T. Grayson will accompany him. To Consult lenders. Friday the president will make fur ther efforts to get the views of loaders of the senale and house on the pro-1 posed sh ij purchase bill, the tariff commission, Ihe Philippine bill anil other measures he wants passed as :non as possible. At the cabinet meet-, ing the results of his Interviews with senator', and representatives will be,; disclosed. lie Is understood to be hopeful that his legislative program, will be passed by congress in time fori adjournment in June. I The president has mapped out tho' addresses In- will deliver during his western trip, on which he will leave i Friday night. Kaeh of the speeches,' the first of which will be delivered in' Pittsburgh Saturday morning, will be' different. i The only changes In the plan for; the trip today was the addition of a public meeting In St. Louis and the arrangement of "platform spec, pes in several towns in Wisconsin, Illinois, Kansas and Iowa. IRY MORNINO JOURNAL RI'AL 1IUIO WIRI) Ht llin, Jan. 20. (bv Wireless to SaV- : Ville.) The two German air squad ' rons which shelled Nancy on Monday, i as reported by the Gorman hertdqiiar- , tors staff, says the Overseas News Hritish navv In lilockilii, ih k'ntriiui. agency, dropped over H,o bombs on channel an, the North fen, and wip (the town and the fortress. The news take part In thu examination uf mttlf: ; agency adds: us well as cargoes. "The German aviation corps la-j llund to Hand lighting. , j ments In this connection the loss of! Hand to hand fighting between tio. i Lieutenant Hoehme, who was several French and Germans nar Neuvilhi 6, -Mimes cited in the headquarters re. rut red when tho French tried to ne ' port. Lieutenant Hoehme fell to take trencheM captured front, then .Jity., .thu ground at L'xusisheiiii. iti Alsace. Ihe Germans. Heriln reports that nil ; He was killed instantly. ITALIAN SHIP CAUSES HER r FROM AUSTRIA the attacks were repulsed. The French, nowever, have taken from ths Ger ;irisnsj mine craters they had occupied several days ago, Hnd iu mining- opera MloriK in the Argonne foret have tie. .stroyed German trenches, i on Ihe AiiHiro-Itallan front, Ilulian position i near oslnvla have been cap ture,! by the Austrlans, who made IprisonerM of forty-flvo officers and j 1,197 men, according to Vienna, I'ligllsh Attack Itcpulscd. I The Turks claim that another attack by the Hritish near Menlari, east of Kut-ol-Amara, was discontinued after the Hritish bad suffered "appalling losses." An unofficial dispatch says Hulgnr lans Invading Albania have met tlefeat nt the hands of Albanian troops led bv Fsscd Pasha. liritvlMloiinl tiroulititrir With Two Guns Mounted on ;t!tenie,,me. H ,,0-,,M"r,lt,,1 wllh Deck for "Defense"; Sub- '!'"" "w-nw""' f th.. Mont. K ft.l'V.IIIIIII-11,. 1(1, U, I III, IK if, 11. 1 ciina dispatch by way of Heriln, at last have signed articles regarding- tho disarmanietit of the Montenegrin army and the Moiitenect'ltis everywhere lira laying down their arms, The Hritish house of lords has passed the third reading of the mili tary service bill, Liner Arrives in New York marine Question Revived. meiit already is exercising under temporary arrangement. SEVENTH DAY OF REST GARRISON WANTS DAM ACT MADE DEFINITE RV MORNINO JOURNAL (RfCIAL LIARIO WlRRl NFFDFD FOR EFFICIENCY W"''"t"n. J"n- -' -- Secretary wllulu run Ln iuiliiui .,-.,.,., lo(,,v urK,.(1 tlH nmiHP lnt,.r. slate commerce committee to change immediately provisions of the fcenerai dam act which he characterlzeil as vague, indefinite and a brake on fi nancial investment in waleihower plants, to a basis which would make tcived attractive to financial interests the do- what veloping of the 7, 000, 000 hi !". power .depart mint's in vv..;crs under letters! control n,l the additional U.OiiD.oni) horsepower ill (be upper reaches and feeders to navigable waters. i I'tllizatlon of some of thl. 'horse-' power. Secretary Garrison said, to ob tain nitrogen from the air, would ton vert what is present wusle to n pow-' erful asset in the manufacture of fnrm fertilizers und explosives adaptable lo use In national defense. The present law, he said, does not protect the pub-' 1 ;llc. does not permit reasonable devel- Hrew-.lcr Flc-tod Hlsbop. opment of hydro-electric energy, re-( Port lund. Me., Jan. 26. Tho Itight gartls the business of the grantee us: Hev. Henjamin Hrewster of Glenwood i private and flaces no restraint on the Springs. Colo., juiisf lonury bishop of; transfer of the grant. j western Coiorat n was elected bishop: stHte supervision und control or soone of th Protestat.t Episcopal dloccoo of , water power projects developed were Maine today. ' (advocated. (V MORNINO JOURNAL RRICAL LIARIO WIRI) London, Jan. 20 (7:30 p. m.) In a circular addressed to the munitions manufacturers, David Lloyd George makes the suggestion, which Is vir tually a command, that till Sunday labor should be abolished in all con trolled establishments. "It is better, writes Mr. Loyd- 1 George, "to work over time during the week than have Sunday work." This is the outcome of an Invest!- , gallon by a special committee of tle effect upon the production of muni tions by continuous labor involving. Sunday work, which resulted in the conclusion that the method tended to diminish rather than Increase the Mltpllt. (RV MORNMIO JOURNAL RRICIAL LIARIO W,RI Washington, Jan. 20. Arrival ut: New York today of the Italian pieamor America, armed like the liner Verona, alrvudy nt the same port, with two; guns mounted aft, may bust, n the tic- i cislon of the I tilled States (.'overtime in! on the question of whether there-shall! be a change In policy regarding the clearance from American ports of merchant vessels, armed for defensive purposes. I lictore news or the Americas up-1 pearance reached here in press dis patches, Huron Zwoldmck, the Aus-tro-Hiiimarian charge, had called the slate deparlinent (o ask what Ihe Foiled Stales Intended to do In tho case of the Vcioriu. A .similar inquiry was made by the cha rge recent ly of the Italian steamship 'Giuseppe Vel'll, which sailed from New York currying mounted guns like those of these two ships. I j The Verdi was cleared al'ter the Ital-; Ian government had (-.Iven iiHsurances that her iiiuu would be used for de fense only. Ha mn Zweltllnek commun icated this fact to Vienna. It Is un derstood thai he has not yet received additional instructions but there have been Intimations that Austria Is preparing- to protest to the I'nited States, that inasmuch as a submarine could i not approach a. vessel currying such I wen poll's, for the purpose of exercising the rights of vis't mid search, enemy merchant men mourning guns for any purpose would lie considered armed and would be subject to attack with -;oui warning. ' 'J'he official report on the case of the Verona has just reached the slate de partment. It was suggested during the day that the procedure followed in regard to the Verdi probably would be adopted Iu this case. After the news of the America's arrival was re- officlaiti WoiihI not Indicate ffeet that might have on the deliberations. RIGID ECONOMY TO BE FORCED UPON ENGLAND IRY MORNINO JOURNAL IRICIAL LIAIIS WlRRl London, Jan. 26 t4:25 p. tn.) In addressing a. meeting' of bankers to day, Sir Felix Schuster, president of (be lnsstitule Hankers, strongly advo cated taxation of Imported luxuries to a. prohibitive point as a means of re ducing imports and avoiding further depreciation In exchange. Sir Felix sitid the half year Just closed had been satisfactory for tho banks, so far i,s profits were con cerned and thai (hey hail been able to maintain dividends at Ihe same rate as a year ago. The next war loun, he continued, might be delayed for u time If th public should give a ready response, to the present Issues Of exchequer bonds. If the break down of exchange was to be avoided, Sir Kdlx continued, It could .oily be through putting a check on all imports not absolutely essential. NO CONFIRMATION OF TWO MORE MURDERS CARLOAD OF POWDER EXPLODES; 40 INJURED ,RV NORN, NO JOURNAL RRICIAL LIAIIO WIRIj liluefield, W. Va., Jun. 2. A car loaded with black powder, exploded ip the local yurds of the N rfolk and Western railroad tonight, injuring more (bun forty persons, several prob ably fatally, and causing heavy dam age, lire followed and at 9 o'clock tonight still was unchecked. Three tors loaded with dynamite were said to l,e on a siding n, t far from the f the explosion and nn effort was being made to move these the path of the flames. IRY MORNINO JOURNAL RRIWAl LIARIO WIRIl Kl Paso, Tex,, Jan. 2ti. No con firmation could be obtained tonight of a report from western Chihuahua tli.it '.In; bodies of Henjamin Snell and Frank Woods, American cowboys, huve been found west of Cuslhulrhlc. The cowboys were last heard of a week ago, when they were reported as '.raveling toward Guerrero, to rescue David Kramer, who hud bid In tho mountains after being wounded by Pundits. With the cowboys at the time were Hoy and John Kramer, sons of David Kramer. Georg.! C. Carothers sneclil repr -"enta'ive of the state department, ar rived here today from I os Angeles nnj refused to dis-'Uss the Mexican situation. II,. expected to return M f.os ji'ieUs tomorrow. SltiHll Pl'OpOM'K I'lll'lMI'g.l. Wasblncton. Jan. 26 An embargo on war munition .shipments for slxtv days, or until the grain congestion In this country Is relieved, was proposed in a resolution introduced today by from Representative Sloan, Nebraska, ro 1 publican. ) -