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ALBU QUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION l lliwn -SKVIATII YluAU. t X1.I X. .No, 37. SIXTEEN PAGES ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1916, SIXTEEN PAGES 1'alljr by Carrier or Mall, 6(nj a Month. Single (Vtplca, to L AUGHLIN named AS CHAIRMAN BY THE DEMOCRATS OF NEW MEXICO Unexpected Happens, as Usually Does When Unterrified Get Tog and1 Talk Things Over, the THE WEATHER WE.vnircu foiuecast. Denver, Feb. &. N'ev Mexico: Sun day and Monday gem rally fair; cool er southeast portion Sunday. LOCAL H'ttYTlIKK KF.I'OUT. For twenty-four hours, ending at S p. ni. yesterday": Maximum temperature, 45 ilfsrpm; minimum, 1!U degree; runge, -'2 de grees; temperature in ti ji. ni., 43 de grees; southwest wind; partly cloudy. CITY IJ.WK CI.IUIUXGS. Yesterday ? h a , a 7 a . i :j . CleiiringH for the ?S15,4S4.93 Week. MRS. MQHR P RED I WO NEGROES ARE FOUND GUILTY, JURY REPORTS DRIVE AGAINST SALON Kl COMMENCED BY WE SHOULD WORRY' IS REPUBLICAN ATTITUDE Members From Northern and-;; Eastern New Mexico More m Bent on Defeating Walton Than Electing -Anybody Else sort of a needol ok thai are reniitiispeni Together of li'll-billies of the ozarks, made no secret of the fact that lie was aguiusi Walton because Wulton was a frieiul of Jim iMinklc, and that he was just uturally "again" Jim lllnkle. Mr. liil liert led the movement against Walton among tin; Pceoa valley committee men. Some aniii-ement was caused on the final roll-call whi n a I allot for both and Lniiglilin was called Ann) hpi us at lirst supposed that ere had been a mistake, but Judge Grantham, of Kddy county, who be sides u vole of his own In the com mittee held a proxy, explained that he had never met either .Mr. Walton or Judge Laughlin, and, being strictly neutral, he had cast one vote for each of them. The Committee resolved itself into a Woman Charged With Con spiracy to Murder Her Hus band Collapses When Ver dict Is Misunderstood, RELEASE FOLLOWS TRIAL OF ONE MONTH TEUTON ALLIES Heavy Artillery Duel Is in Progress Between British and Germanic Forces at Doiran on Greek Border, FRENCH BOMBARDMENT GROWS IN INTENSITY 9PICIAL DISPATCH to MORNING JOURNAL Santa Fe, Feb. 5. It would hardly i... neriiriite tn kiiv that the unexpected i,n,.n..fl in the election today of committee this morning for the pur Judge N. 1!. Laughlin us chairman of the democratic state central commit tee. The unexpected almost always i,ni.i,i.nu tn ilmiiricrjttli1 meetings con- . ...,(i ii i- i,u ..viiei ti il This a o-callod "straw ballot" was taken may seem to be arguing in a circle, but that's the way democrats usually Indictment, Alleging' No Simis of Austrian-Italian Assault With Intent to Kill! Deadlock Being Broken; Munitions Plant fs Destroyed at Jardim, Canada .my MO R NINO JOURNAL DPKCIAI. I CSf AI Ottawa, out., Feb. i.. --A report that the J. inline munitions fa, lory at Mi's peler, Waterloo county, Onlarlo. has been blown up, has been received b the military depart nienl. A reiiuest has been made to have ordered out an ovorsens regiment stationed in the; neighborhood. ' llespeb i Is situated in a remote , part of Waterloo county and the ml- ' litiu department has be, n unable thusj far to obtain details ia yarding the re-; ported explosion. The town is tweUe. miles southwest of r.ci'lin, which 1st sixty-two miles wc-l of Toronto. Tliej population is about ,,,nn() and thcr are several factories In the place. GERMANY IS EXPECTED 10 DISAVOW INTENTION TOKILL IEIAIS ON LUSITANIA; BALKS AT WORD ILLEGAL' Miss Burger, Likely to Be Dismissed, pose of finding out what It wanted to do and reporting buck to itself in a committee what it had decided upon. At the suggestion of Judge K. V. Long, RV MORNINO J&URNAL IRICIAL LIARfcD WIRB) Providence, It. 1 Feb. r,.---Mrs. Elizabeth F. Mohr was admitted to night by a Jury in the superior court of a charge of having instigated the murder ot her husband, Dr. t". Frank- Turks Rcpoii Another Vic tory Near Kut-el-Amara, (V MORNINQ JOUHNAL PliCI AL LtAICO Wl.ltl Tho lung looked for offensive of Uic Teutonic allies against Sulouiki may now he on or near at hand. An agency dispatch from .Saloniki re ports that an artillery duel has been argue. The genius for disorganization that has t hurncterized the democratic par ty from the time of Thomas Jefferson to the time of William Jennings Bry an was never more strikingly mani fested than at the meeting of the com mittee which took tip two days 01 me, time of a number of responsible bust-1 licss men here in Santa Fc. There! were three logical candidates for the ( hnirmnnship of the committee. Theyj were Arthur Sellgman, of Santa Fc, I C. 11. Kohlhauscii, of Katon, and W. j '!. Walton, of Silver City, of all the j potential candidates for the position, theso three wore only ones that had ever shown any ability as or-j pacity for leadership. Mr. Sellgman and Dr. Kohlhau'-en eliminated themselves from the race at an early hour. Both declared that under no circumstances could the honor be thrust upon (hem. Mr. Wal ton, absenting himself from the meet- J.vw. of ie t")ii,, .'lUee, staged thaf Jut. was not a candidate but that he would J accept the responsibility if the com-j mittee saw fit to place it upon bun llee-liaw! Then the large, furry ear itself into the picture. not binding upon anybody, in which the members of the committee ex pressed themselves as to their first, second und third choice. The result (t unlliiiiril un rage 'I mo.) lin Mohr. ('. Victor itrown and lien- in progress fur two days near Doiran, ry 10. Spcllman, negroes, who were where strong force of the ccntrul uceuscd of the actual killing, were powers for sometime have been Xae found guilty. The Jury reported at lug the positions of the entente allies. 6:07 o'clock after having been out Such u bombardment might well he since 10:30 o'clock this morning. the prelude to un advance movement Mrs. Mohr swooned while the fore- by the Teutons and their allies, which, man was announcing the verdicts, according to recent reports from the 73 SUITS STARTED AGAINST RAILROADS , RV MG K NI NO JOURNAL iPlXIAL lCAEO WlR St. Jo-cph, .Mo., Feb. ,"i. Seventy, three suits against railroads were in stituted In the circuit court lure ln day alleging violation of the maximum freight rate statute. Sixl.t-hlne of the cases nre against the t hbago, Bur-, llngton and tjuincy, three against the! Chicago, Itock Island and I'neifie, and' one against the Atchison, Topeka and! i Santa Fe. There ale nine hundred' 'separate counts. The total or the chums is Ji;,.,(iiHi. The thirty-six hundred plaintiffs are composed of farmers, livestock ship-' pcrs and commission merchants of' northwest .Missouri, ; The petitions allege that the plain tiffs were overcharged on livestock' shipments pending an appeal by rail-' roads to the 1 'nited Stales nuprcinej court, which held the law to be Valid I und that the amount of the over-! charges never was returned. I BERNST0RFF OPTIMISTIC THAT CRISIS WILL PASS WITHOUT BREAKING OFF RELATIONS Communication From Germany to Be Sent in Which All Contentions of United States Are Met Except Decla ration That Submarine Commander Exceeded His Au thority and Is, Therefore, Repudiated by His Govern ment; President Wilson and Secretary Lansing to Con fer Monday for Final Draft of What Washington Will Regard as Ultimate Position to Be Assumed Regarding Activities of Teutonic Submarines During War. I T SLAVERY CHARGE AGAINST EMMETT GOODIN (Her head dropped forward and she : was slipping from her i halr when her . attorneys grasped mij supported her, ! while a court officer rushed for a1 'glass of water. I j "Is tin re any other charge against (these defendants?" inquired Justice -Stearns; ! j "There is, your honor," replied jU torney (ieneral Bice, "but Mrs. Mohr is on bail on the other charge." ! Balkans, was set for about the middle of the present month, but which nmy even now be In progress. According' to the message through entente sources report lug the opening of the bombardment, the I'.riti.-O: heavy guns Were doininal lug those of the Germans and Bulgarians oppnsud to them. Artillery I .iigngoiiicni-t. Klsewhere along the many lighting 'The defendants lirown and Spell- fields of I he widespread war field, few Oklahoma Man Accused of Murder, Released and Im mediately Re-arrested man are committed without bail, snul the court and Mrs. Mohr is discharged from custody on this complaint." Another t'lmrgei Remains. The other charge against Mrs. Mohr and the two negroes is that they com mitted an assault on Miss Kmlly l'.ur- fnr Kl'r with intent to kill. Miss Burger was shot while ridinir with Dr. Mohr Alleged Mann Act Violation, ;" ht- attacked. iwn .- and Sticllmun are accused of uctimlly : ril-ini lh.. ub,,lo i,l Alls; I'lii-i .,r uliil,. south of SPECIAL DISPATCH TO MORNINO JOURNAL) jMt'M. Molll- is clialgl'd W'itll ticlllg till Uoswcll, X. M Feb. G. Fmniett uceo.s.sory before the fact of the. crime. itioodin was released this afternoon i The first word received from the ion the charge of murder and was im- jury after It took the case came at l"l,'u"" lneilintelv arrested bv ITnitPil Slates r.-vr. ulw..i U aiiuu, i" imihorities, on the c larire of W hite rnrlhi.r it was announced that instructions were desired. on only avuiuiuie man mi me i"'"" -'-, slavery. Uoodin w as charged wnn ,Ha!f an hour later the prisoners had and the only man who had ever exhib-; kmnK n j iJurieKUI1 the plains been brought to the court room, but ited any ability as a vote-producer, , (,llst of iel.e 1Kt Si,tu,.(iay night. After u Ociuty sheriff informed the judge was willing to accept the position, i hi(i preliminary hearing today Judge Um Uu, jllst,.UL.tionK sklHi fl. w,.r(,! t'cr.seipjently, Wa'uou must be de-jWe!((.r follnj tlm t it was Justifiable llot llt.,.( ,,(1 j feated. . .homicide. j r-ess than ten minutes claused when! until late last night, I Fro( .;. Dennis of the I'nited States I. ,.... ,hll ,.... ... ,j operutiiins (,f ltiipoitance hae been recorded. On vhe Franco-llclglan front, the French artillery continues its activity, the bombardment being in tense In the Champagne and the Ar gonnc. Berlin reports uses of spo radic activity by Infantry, one Instance being south of La Ihusec canlil, where the British are declared to have been repulsed when one of their detach ments att(i!pic! to. advance, whilf the Somme, w here the C.i r- mans made gains only recently, the French were I eaten off In a hand gre nade attack, ill the Vosges the (!tr man guns have been bombarding French posit inns. j Few reports of pronounced activity : come from llussla or (lalieia, (air man airship attack on Dvlnsk being the only incident in this war theater mentioned in the C.ermun communi-: cution. WALTER NELSON SUICIDES; T OP ILL HEALTH , (By Morninij Journal Special Leased Wiie.) I VA ashiugtMl, Feb. fi.-For the word i "illegal" which tlermnny was unwlll- ing to Incorpornte in the tentative ; draft of the l.usllanla agreeiiient, the Berlin foreign office has substituted n phrase which certain hll'.h authorl , ties In a position to be familiar with I the status of the liecollatlous colisld- er ! 1' of rlneiples Involv d siiliinarlne war- Well Known Cigar Man, For mer Resident of Albuquer que, Takes Own Life in Sil ver City. covers all th i In the question fare, The language subtitll ute, ',n- the objerlional word "Illegal" In a tenia the communication now being con sidered by President Wilson uvets that the killing ol Americans in the I l.n.-llRnla. ,master was without in ttenl, because the distinction of the . t'unard liner was uu act of reprisal and the iJermaii government agree that reprisals should not be applied to in ut nils. From Mtrlous diplomatic and offi cial quarters tonight nine the Infor. million that the out holt J promising tor hp vulv..cl!oU'.4l. H W In-4 the wanton net of Its nnval comman der in sinking Ihe I.itsltaiiia," It imis asserted loilny that the stat deiiartineiit had shown a completo readiness to fall hi line with tier maiiy's ideas so far us it e,uild With oul sail If Icing the main issues Involved. ' (litinnn officials here are in cord with the official opinion pressed In Berlin yesterday that llciniiin government believes it gone as far as it possibly can bring its viewpoint in line vvlth no-ix-t hi ll a to that of Hie United States and that Count von Bernstorff has exercised the Um It of ihe iiutliority ' conferred upon him lu drafting the proposul now un der eoii;ilili)atnn and , which today occupied tho complete attention of official Washington, Italian-Austrian I.lncs, It was not until late last tugni,, f-red Dennis of the I'nited States i.vo.. ,,,.., u. ,,at tl ic inrv w asreadvtol Along the lines where the AiisUians when Senator Isaac I'.arth and Jose i ,t.cl.pt service was present at the hear-1 i-epuct. The Jurymen looked tired and 111,(1 Italians are engaged in the dcud D. Sena und Judge U, H. Hunna and ; .,lu immediately after the court wol n nA ,i1(,y ,.',y.,., ),,(,, tu. court i'ock shows no signs ol' being broken, numerous other prominent citizens announced Its finding arrested fkiodin, j ,,)01n Arter each man had taken his!11'1'"""1 'cporls declare the Italians were paying tribute to Assistant Sec- ( harsing him w ith violating the Mum: ! ,,i)tC(. j,v the jury box the clerk asked (" '' wo,' "ul 1111,1 discouraged by their relary of the Interior A. A. Jones with! white slave law. Witnesses testified f(),.,.ln.ul: " j failure to advance and have recog- a smoker at the Montezuma hotel that, that they were asked by lioudin to j Mohr (o hincs nlv.mi the liniinssibillty of breaking the movement against Wulton took ' come to the wagon at night. It seems! ' ' ' Allsl,il1" Hues, Xo ludicaliotis of definite shape. The newspaper men that Mr. and Mrs. (ioodln were mar-; lnl yon find the defendant. tV( " i lagging Italian activity, however, are had been running around trying to rled in Oklahoma about four months i 1-'r Brown, guilty or not guilty." ! , t rU.tjt . m! in Hi- official records, find out what was goin to happen, but ago and that since that time tli-y have As the foreman rep hod: ' (.ullty, j From Mesopolumhi the Turks re- had had no success whatever lvir.ineen traveling ia a coven.i w.mh,i ....... prt drlvnu; ''tick tlm British to their . u h.l 1,. taklmr Kiiendin the ureater part of the time coumbvi ,ai, assisting m i, uic cicir thine as It. turned out, entirely too , in Xcw .Mexico. SPKCIAL DIKPAICH TO MURNINlB JOURNAL! Silver City, X. M Feb. 5, Walter Nelson, manager of the New Mexico I Cigar company and one of the best, known business men of this city, shot! and mortally wounded himself at hlsj place of business this morning, dying; at a. local hospital this afternoon. Ilcj tired a bullet from an uuloniatic pis-j tol through his bralu. Acme mil, in- I'liolia lYnii, vi lli, b tie .!. n i..,U,.l I ' " : isuflcrcr, Is the only known cause fori the rash act. since bis affairs were ln excellent shape. On Ihe body was, found a note reading: "Notify my; brother. M. J. Nelson, Buffalo, oklu." The note was written on the back of! envelope and bore the date of i (Heated that ill' lb nienl, which ceptable to tb be cmbodleil l latlon from nearer the fetates than telttalUe fol Ul of I should It prove ac I'niled Slate;.', Will a formal' eolilmunl rnian.v, approaches desiles of the l liited any Net submitted with GERMANS INDIGNANT " OVER TRAWLER'S ACTION easy. Along about 2 o'clock this morning word went out that there was a well defined movement to beat Walton. For the first time the names of J. H. Crist and Judge N. B. Baughlin were mentioned. It became apparent at once that there was to oe a ngin aiuus lines thai bad not been expected. Mr. federal officeholder, was not j ' " for the chairmanship. 1 " ..Innee IICIIUIIOII Oil UIC Maud C.oodin I and claims to be the defendant, Henry or not guilty'.'" Mrs. Mohr counsel was They were here about conuiiuco: I four months ago and went west. They i '''ii ou una Uver i their way cast, again and ' Spellma n, guilty ! camped on the I'nderw ood ram ll east I "C uilly." (if here last Saturday night. Three of j "l-id you find the defendant, ICIiza ithe men employed on the ranch tes-, bcth F. Mohr, guilty or not guilty?" Uified that lioodin Invited them tof ' Not guilty." ! visit them. ' ' Jlrs- Mol"' apparently was in a stil ls pretty, child-like ; por when lb,; loreiri in pronounced the 111 years old. Goodin j w ords "not guilty." .she recovered who part stalking-' I'arently possess sufficient evidence tojthut she was not in any condition to make an open and shut case against him. Crist, really e'.it.lblo The wise ones recognized at that he was being used as a horse for Judge Laughlin. and that Judge Lausrhlin. an unliable, elderly gentleman of unimpeachable charac-, . ppiQIO IM ter, was being used for the sole -pur- OADllNL I UnlOlO I IN pose of beating "Billy" Wulton. j LUXEMBURG DUCHY The l.lne-iip. ' It was a curious line-up that brought about the election of Judge 'tuickly, however. Newspaper men testified of so-, began to surround her, but were told of Coodin ap-by her counsel, John J. Fitzgerald, l.aughlin. J. II. Crist und Adolph P. Hill worked like beavers to bring northern New .Mexico into line for l.uughlin and succeeded. Just why- talk "Tho fight has only begun," was Ihe comment of William II. Lewis, counsel for Brown. .Mr, Lewis has taken numerous exceptions during the trial and said that he might carry thei jcase to the supreme court. V MORNINO JOURNAL RPICIAL HAilD WIRI AttOrilf.V (iCIllTal 1 1 ICC declined to I Berlin, Feb. 5 (via London, 1 0 . "id j ,.,), ent on the verdict. He would I p. m.) The cabinet crisis in the,not say when the other charge! Duchy of Luxemburg appears to huvu.aguinst Mrs. Mohr would be tried, If j assumed a more hopeless aspect than.at all. i i former positions by n counter-attack j when General Aylmer's relief force at j tempted a nearer approach to Kul-el- I Allium, where another British force Is ! belt figured. I j It is announced In Vienna, that' peace negotiations with the Montenc-; grin cabinet ministers remaining in! their country have not been begun by I tho Austrlans and will not be started! until the ministers are furnished with Mininipeiieliable credentials cmpowcr jing them to conclude a peace that will he binding. j The advance of the Audriaiis duw n I the Albanian coast continues. It evidently was written Just be lle shot himself. The deceased la years old and unmarried, he- l life member of the local Kills llo also belonged to die, formerly lived in Albu coming here (.several years was an active member of the of commerce and a vestry- P.VKIS III I OF OUTS Tl I.I, AIETII M'ltV HATH, I S ! ever. M. Vaiineutus, to whom the The Day in Congress ;xn Not in session; meets Monday. ; Judiciary sub-committee decided to j hold open hearings on supreme court nomination of Louis V. Brandeis. Public lunds committee heard west-j ern men of ClO-ucrc grazing home-1 ttud bill. ! Trial on hlnce .laniiarj Id. ; n't,,, ,.i,.l r. ,..,,,,... Ill l,..i to form ii new cabinet, has a.,nuonco!jll ffia(1 uKlhl.,. u lh;ll his efforts, having found It impossible i harmonize the conf Mcling l;""1'ihoI,lcs for n. flr.st ,,, ln f(JU,.l for organizing a coamion ihh"ij. The democratic wing of the liberal party demanded a seal in tne mu.ma . ,,,, v,,,..,,,,,., ,,, ... t i but was rejected. This latter develop- jly 'o( (hj tvcllB J cmbarrasslm.' nosltion and it is mi-p. ... ..... ... .. , , ... I " . , .,, : JlULOfllOIJIIi; n i.. ......a;,., ,i-li,,i i:t,i k i, u ill r i""" 'o F""" - - jrington. jiiow take. George V. Healis, tlie negro chauf- JallU-' nmue u iuiui;.-wiuii ii, ii,en oe alleged airs. Moiir nuu agreed to pay Ibey did it is a , matter that Is locked Rrm Uuehess extended an invitation within their own breasts. J.. C. Gil bert, a member from Chaves, who i-howed exceptional skill in the great indoor sport of hitting a cuspidore plump in tho middle ut ten yards dis tance and who was replete with the weeks after being paid off tonight. I Lir. Mohr, a physician, practicing was shot fa- August HI,' IJ915, as he was sitting in his stalled in a lonely spot In Paris, Fell. ." (via. London, 11:47 p. m.) The following official commun ication Was issued by the war office tonight: "Between Koissons and Kheiius our artillery shelled the bridgehead at Venimyei and the enemy works at VendrcusH and Cernuy. A column on Ihe march was taken under our fire, to the east of Kalut Kimplet. "In Champagne our batteries dam uged the organizations on the pla teau of Navarin. . "Between the Aisne and the no there was a bombardment enemy shelters and trenches north of H. Thomas. At authority of Berlin oflliials, llci'iisloi'lf Is Optimistic. .Secretary Lansing ami Count vmi Benislorl'f, tin- German aiubassaibir, met ,iiite informally In the Metropol itan club here todaj. They talked for a short, time, Although It was not disclosed 1 1 , h ' what was said, there was no Intiinallon that the ambassador had been Informed (lint he niluhl have lu communicate with jhls giHcrnmenl on the subject again. In fact, the ambassador seemed cx- i traordlnarlly opllinistlc at the con-1 elusion of Ihe talk. , I i ue cardinal piums oi mo leniaine I'1''. f I..,,..,,,, i. , ..I.I i, liii.il j IOI (ll Ol 1,IM ,0, IO '-!.- r,,,i.,-.. ... I night. The agreement Is prefaced j with the statement that submarine ! warfare in the North sen was luatigu I rated by Germany in retaliation for what she regarded us Hie "Illegal" i British blockade under the orders In i council. It then states that the method of conducting submarine (Warfare in the Ninth sea has In ( n modified ol) account of (lie friend-j jshlp Germany has for ll"' Fulled I Wales und because of the t'ui t that i lAnieriean lives have been lost. G'''' ; many says thai the killing of Anieri ;Ctnis was no, intended, because re- ; prisnls should not be applied to lieu- ; jtrals, in adililioii to expressing regret, j for Ihe lues of A ineriean lives, as- i Klines Nubility and offers reparation j APPAMGR0UNDLESS; ;TTL ,, cut! 1 cxiircsscN the readmits of Germany lo eo-operale Willi Un- I'nited States I ill .-, ell'oit loolilllg touaid Hie free. (loin of the se.is. I onference oM Moiidi,. i Siei relary l.aiislnc, sent the d'.lfl to President ilsmi last nig'nl. He I a 11 111. fore was ing lodge. Moose. i,iierijiic, ago. II, chil lllbel- man In the Church of the Good .shep herd, Kpiseopul. The body will be sent to Oklahoma for burial, the Kilts having cluirve of the fuiu nil. A cor oners Jury held an impicst this after noon, returning a verdict of suicide. (r V&RNINt .IPURNAI. eMCIAl LIAHtO vmii , Loiuh u, I eh. (T;S9 , in.) According to Berlin telegrams trans-1 milted by lieuter's correpomlent t Amstciilaui the attitude of the crew of the Hauler King .Slrpheii toward the crew- of Hie wrecked Z ppelin L-H) has raised a p-torin of Ilidignntloll in the Berlin press, which describes the case us a worthy counterpart of tho Jura long incident. "This fresh Infamous action," says I lie Lokal Anzeiger, "dlsclosea thu brutality of the British charncter which 'wo barbarians' did not know." The Vosdsehe Zcltnug says: "l'! i l.y one who has still preserved an impartial Judgment will agree (hat the King Stephen uffulr Is a stain on the shield of BrUanla." I liloiiL'o I milker Critically III. ' Los Angeles, allf., Fch. 5. Georgo ,M. Ileynolds, the Chl'-ugo bunker, who Ihus 1'cen critically ill at. a hotel hero since early yesterday morning', was re portod to bo greatly Improved late to day, but his physicians said, he wua nol out of danger. DEMOCRATS TO Nelson was well known III Albu querque, where ho was for some lime .local manager for I be New Mexico CI jgar company, lie was well liked In re and news of his death came as a 'shock to his friend,.-. ! BRITISH CLAIM FOR PRESS TARIFF IEI BOARD MEASURE Argoii ol the to th" Haute north- the land not that of (shall bo fitpreme law uorsi:. Met at noun. Itesumed debate on Indian ap propriation hill. lhigadicr General Gotthals contin ued hiji testimony on Panama canal needs before appropriations commit tee. Ways and means committee democrats formally ( hose Bepr'T I which may he seritativf Humnhrevs of Mi.stssip- closer to a plat. Pi as chairman of the new house ommiifce on flood control and select ed the ommittpe personnel. Announcement was made on ary )4 that the Luxemburg cabinet, headed bv Dr. Loutsch, had resigned. Dr. Loutsch became president of the 'Luxemburg government last November jafter the resignation of the Kyschen I cabinet. ! VUceiit dispatches have reported that democratic societies had mid him, Brown and Spellman, $5, OHO, If jthey would murder her husband. The police also claimed that the )thcr two negroes made confessions which were subsequently repudiated. Healis pleaded guilty to munsluughter rt jam! became a. witness for the state. ll- an, Mik Mn 11- had for two years as a at.. i ihi.t th.. will of (he oeoulei tlm .riml ,1 net, ,SS 1 '" " Of Luxemburg. 'll""" ,s giuwins ""i " " mirsi-u ai- " " 'tentlonH to Miss Burger and other women. Separation suits Were pend- ' v m p-h r. Tw Kl,.ns.i ""'l l"e siaie ciaimea mat Airs. Mohr sought her husband's death for revenge and to obtain hU estate. The Bar-1 ChevuiK bee we occupied tin I ern rim of h crater caused by explosion of a German mine. "In loiralne ur artillery was live in (he region of Colucourt Domevre. "About ll:!!W o'( lock this morning Kcrgeant Pilot Guynemi r engaged in combat an enemy aeroplane ln the legli n of l'i ise and drove il to earth in flames between Asseveillers , and Herbeeoiut. This Is the filth hos- been living i tile niacliim I'roiighl doun by Ser result of f.'eani Gt seiner." IRV MORNINO JOURNAL RPtCIAL LKARCQ WRI , Berlin, Feb. & (by Wireless to Sal--villc. I The Cologne Gazette, discuss-1 ing Great Britain's claim lo the Ap pam on the ground lha( the terms of; the thirteenth convention of the 11107! conference at The Hague annul those! of the treaty between the Fulled! Slates and Prussia, declares that lh : provisions of 'The Hague convention are void for two reasons. j The first of these Is. the lowspa-i per states, that Great Britain never j ratified the. convention; und, second. j that paragraph 2S specifically dc-j elaies that the conditions of the agree-! nienl are lu force only between sbtna-j toiicH and then only when all parties 1 at war have signed. The Gazette points out that Serbia, j Montenegro, Turkey, Italy and Kim - j land never ratified the provisions. ! Early Repeal of Free Sugar Clause of Underwood Bill Is Predicted; Whole Revenue Scheme to Be Considered, at first planned In fee the president today and diicie-s llle draft with him. Later, however, the plans were changed, ami il was said lonlght that the seerelaiv would not confer Witil Ihe pie.-idcnt until M In,, unless there should be s.oiiie unforeseen do- vcliipiiicnl.' pet Is lo paitnu'iil s la' Sect- he mi tar Count yon 11. rnslerl'f (Illicit to III" stale ll" lime Monday or Tin ,'! v Lansing allowed It to AUSTRIAN EMPEROR NOT SERIOUSLY ILL I eeotn have soio silallia ia few days. In v lew '. In. I, tin o'cl.-loi.il lllll lo ill! kc own toda.v (hat be riiiKbt aiinoiiiieeiocnt on lln- Lu- to make williin llu next lo, After Ihe Saloons. j ciaviun, ' - in Clayton have been dosed by thre sheriff,, leaving one still in operation. closed hieausc it iN.ueiellM- mainiuuieu uiai .wrs. ji .Miners' I'uy Iiiit a-cd. j lioiighiim. Wis., l-'eb. .1. Fifteen hundred miner of the Wolverine and Mohawk copper mines of the Stanton ,group will rn .clve another Increase in hr! wages, it v.us announced today Ae- hadjcording to the statement given out liy,thrity the, the hiine miin igt ineiit the iiicri am ;RT MORNINa JOURNAL RPtCIAL LIAD WIRri j .urieh, Switzerland, I'l b. (via 1,1 London, :3U p. m.) All rumors of'" 'the 111 health of Kmpcior I'raiu is Jo Jseidi of Austria, are unfounded. n -cording to information received ln'ivina 'from what Is (lecbtred to be an unliii-:in lieaehable source. Persons seeiiuj the ,1a emperor frequently di-fiarv tbtit he is in view of In perfect health, aeeorillnu to this a'l-' i mei mini; of religious worship i ovfo ner nusnaun nu niui sue iiati , cording 10 no- siiiieioeiu given oiu oiinoin.v. oigmuifig ins nays w oi k ai t i 1,11 ,i th . b,w allows petition is be- 1 een mvoivt-u in me vnxr uy ine.iue mine iiiiiiiihtiiieiu me iiicrvane in niun k hi ine moriiiug, us usual to (love all the saloon , a, i uai nmnii'in woo huhu inus mail' ooiuis n, mr ,o:ii luuis liom ine aooeu ,uai oaji oee Imiligate his own punishment. llo ten per cent monthly. I well all through the war, I will ing circulated in this i inity. It is mellt remarkably i l i lir1 Iw of tin Ii. ll Ul e of the pi, ruse i b i ina 11 I'0 el 'I, 111, -III in un lo have substituted i as ilo bide t In word "illegal" ill tion will) llo- l i II til l: of nen- all. li t i, i n t 1 1 1 l- h i was called to e la, t formal tede lo lerniuiiy, in i lie I, s'.-i nia I a Lansing wr'-le: I be Ann i lcail I'o-iiioo. "In view el tb.- admission of ill'-- , lilt made l, the i upeiial i-otein-; ol w Io n ll pleaded llo- rii;hl "f i e- i Hal. on in dei'eiise of its acts, and. niamfcM possibility i f th" established rules I I Malum. il warf.tre, the govel'll- of I h- I'lllleil Sillies call llot ,e that Ihe imperial government longer refrain from disavowing , tUI MORNII.a jr. i, ANAL ftPCCIAL LKAbKU WIRC , Washington, Feb. 5. Democratic Jeaib rs i ;a i t to bat e the adminis tration bills for creation of a turlff j commission and repeal of Ihn free sugar clause of llie t'uderwood tariff bill belore ihe house before tho end of neM week and to press them for 'early passage. Chairman Kitchln an in.ain.ed today thai the ways and i means eolnliiittee Would iqect Wt'd I itcsdny or Thursday to draft reports on ; the two nieasuns, and tl'.at the sugar ; bill, which would be tal.cn up first, probably would be considered ut a d.Mooi ralie en iieus within the week. ! He thought it could Ite passed by Feb I i uar.t i). S. ue deiiioi ruts on the conimlttoo are said to favor deferring action on I the l.ii iff commission ami sugar bills niilil parly loaders hate worked out a il, rmiie retenue program. As sugar iioi'ld ; on llle lice list May 1 Ull li ss tin- ii fa al is passed, however, -tpatate action on that bill ut least taohabb, ti i- i" ii m m end ed. About folly million d.dl.irs U derived from the sugar t.,i itf 'a!iually. Bepresent atite Hill's hillf for i protective tariff on dye' utnif', t ii b discussed at a conference between President Wilson ami Chairnian Kitchln soma time next week and It In understood they muy go over the entire revenue situation.