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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION 'I IIHU V-MOYKXTir Y KAll. VOL. CXMX. o. IS. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO,! H 1 1 RS 0 A Y , F E GRtJ A R yTt, T? I PLOT 10 KIDNAP . SONS OF WEALTHY EL PASO BANKERS THE WEATHER IS FRUSTRATED Startling Revelations Follow Indictment of Villa Refugee and Well Known Dentist by Grand Jury, HEAVY RANSOM WOULD HAVE BEEN DEMANDED wivnii-.n l om st. Denvt., Feb. 1.".. New Mexico: Wednesday and Thursday fair; nut much change in temperature. ZEPPELIN T1PE iBIITEf! FIGHT IS LOCAL WMVIIIFU UKI'Oltl'. For i wen I y -four hours, en Inn; at t! p. in. yesterday. Maximum temperature, M degrees; iiiinimiiin, degrees; range, "a de grr, s; temperature at G p. in., ",0 de grees; southeast wind; clear. CITY HANK CI,rAIU;S. Yesterdav !'!. fSl. hi. AIRSHIPS FOR GREAT BRITAIN ARE UNDER II CZAR AND PRESIDENT EXCHANGE TELEGRAMS (BV MORN,H JOURNAL FECIAL Lf ARCD WIRt, Paris, Keb. in p. m ) Kin- peror Nicholas sent the following p-l- I csi'iim yesterday from the general headquarters id tli( Kussiun staff ( l'l'esident l'oincarc: '1 have just received news that tli Serbian nrmv finds itself remov ed from all danger, Thanks to the ef forts of tlic French government. 1 wish to address to yon, Mr. President, my warmest and most hearty congrat ulations for the aid France has gen erously given lo our valiant allies, so cruelly tried in the course of their heroic HtruKRle.s against the couinioii cueiny. Cs'ignrd.) NiniOIK." The president replied: "Ills Majesty, the Fmpernr of llu--- ! MORKINS JOURNAL CFSCIAl LtACtO WIRIl Kill: Ulll' lllltllI'V IlliSSiotl Jlllll (HI l" Kl Paso, Texas, Feb. lfi. Indict-' navy which, in neeord with the Ilrit inents returned hy the county grand ish and Italian naval authorities, ii jury revealed today an alleged plot on spit,, of great difficulties, have ne the part of Jesus Villasenor a former romplished the. complete rescue of officer of Villa's army, Werner Pine-In1, ! the Serbian army, Will bo very much a refugee from Mexico, and two other touched by your majesty's i'elicita inen, not yet arrested, to kidnap the tions. two sons- of W. L. Tooley, vice presi-; 'France is proud to have oontri- dent of the l irst National hank, and bated to the preservation intact of England Finds Germany Fai Ahead in Aerial Waif arc Because of Superior Enterprise, WAGED BETWEEN BARNES FORCES AND GOVERNOR Details of Scheme Unfolded Call to Mind Adventures of Spanish Main; Father Says Story Is "Pipe Dream," Attempt to Secure Endorse ment of Presidential Candi dacy Fails Signally in Re- uhliean Convention, DEFENSE AGAINST RAIDS NOW BEING PREPARED Parliament Listens to Frank. Admission of Government That Preparations Have Not Been Made, ci-y hold Herman Andrea.", cashier of tlx National bank, of Kl I'aso, and them for $50,000 ransom. Dr. Henry A. Mag-ruder, a dentist, also Indicted In connection with the alleged kidnapping plot; wan released on bond of $5,000. Yilla.'ienor and Fist-he arc in jail. Tli y were arrested Tuesday, Febru ary S, the day before that on which, authorities say, the plot was to have been carried out. ifficers were searching today' for two other Mexi cans, alleged confederates who are believed to be still on this side of the border. The conspiracy is declared to have been developed in the dental offices of Dr. MaKruder, who is said to have .supplied the information that enabled the authorities to prevent its execu tion. Dctulis of riot. The plan Van to enter the school attended by the sons of Mr. Tooley and Mi'. -Andreas, place them in an automobile aiul take them to a re treat in the mountains about twenty nub's northeast of Kl Faso. I r. Magrauder was to Ko hunting on the following Sunday, come upon the kidnapers ami be uiven a not to the ,':..uiei of toe children,' each of whom is about !l years old, demanding a ransom of $.",0,000. This note, it is aliened, was to have directed that the money b( taken to the mountains and deposited at a designated spot. The children were then lo be liberated ami allowed to make their way back to Kl I'aso as best they could. Mr. Andreas was I to discuss the case, elicited by the county the valiant troops who have hcc-i obliged to yield momentarily to su perior numbers find who will co-operate with the allies in the liberation of their country. (Signed.) "RAYMOND !'01N('Ai:r:." CATTLEMEN HAVE j ! NO REDRESS FROM 1 I CONFISCATION s, ,'n . vein ! the i was ' SCOI', Hides Taken by Villa Are Sold to New York Firm and Real Owners Are Heipless Under New Jersey Court Decision.., .J,;;:; 'l;;1; RV MrtRHINft JOURNAL SFHriAl. If ACtO WIRtd London. Feb. Hi (!:f.r. p. hi.) To day's deba'" in pnrlenncht on the air defense of Great r.rlt.iin was chief. Iv i' aikable for ihe frank admi.s- Hlons made by (he cabinet's spokes men that, the present conditions niv far from satisfactory. Andrew 1 lu nar Law, secretary for the colonies. A. J. Halfonr, first bud of the ad miralty, and 11. J. Tennant, iindor- lary for war, all spoke in this They declared, however, that government was doing all tba' humanly possible. Mr. Itnlfour d the sensation of tin- tiav when be declared that one of Fligluud's ureal mistakes in the days prior to the war was her failure to develop ,i dirigible airship fleet along lines sim ilar to that of Germanv. Zeppelins Ain Valuable. ''With regard to Zeppelins," he said, "looking back on events 1 am sorry that we did not develop that, type of vessel, not so m.ucli for uk r.resslon and defense as for maritime and other scouting. Such airship-i might have played foe us an import ant, part. Certainly Germany his ha,' an advantage in possessing them. "We are doing what we can lo remedy this state of things, but I do not pretend that when we begin thn race ten years behind the enemy, there is any reasonable probability However, something ltid what can is beiu,t NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ISSUES ARE OUTLINED Whitman Gets on Delegation to National Convention but Three Barnes Mnn Are Also Chosen, LUSITANIA CASE NOW FAR FROM SETTLEMENT. IS lJltIv iV lirW fiH If it mh. u .Month. Single iVtphw, fto ' curd. i as unfavorable LANS NG' tion Would b in Its- elfeet It Ik til . of Merchant ships. Germany, ii was pointed out, has made oil ic la I -a I huh thai its til, 'dues in the Lusll.iiiia :1nd Amble cases did , hot .tpplv lo ,,i m. -d .slups. i in the conir.iiy. ibis K-iveiimieiit. on No i ' niber 7. I'H,.. : the i, r- man eovo niii. ni ;, -,.. ,! t it called .ni"nii"ii lo the i o i ib,, i i:reat i:rn aiu bad aei eed n,,i i, ;,i in ,, , ,mTl ,. am i-bipM eiii.-i .vine i, ;in waters'. What form (he ,e slep n the liego- iiauons wilt lie c, in,, dis, lose,! bin P Tun ""'r'' '"" I'ldeatu.n., that l U L L II It 'iei'man gov el nun n Ulh . a diml I I 11 HII "v I'ni'ed m.ii, ,,.,. w I L.IIII am ships, armed tor il,f,ns,ve ini Announcement of Germany's Purpose to Sink Aimed Enemy Merchantmen Opens on en V',am, NEW ASSURANCES ARE TO BE INSISTED UPON I mr MOBNINQ jniJNL abcial ItAicn wind 1 -New Volk, I'M,, in. The republi can national inmpaign will be waged as a fi'.-.ht for ad.-,p,!it, military pre Miarcdiiess and i.irnf reform, oppof.i , tion to granting early indep llileln ,. to ; the Philippines . 1 1 1 1 1 ' vlg-orous stand for , both in Mexleii and in Furopenn war. aeeoidi note-' platform in pubii, an state The outlines id W:is approved mi; sented last night I insisieiice on a Vinerican llglils lelatioa to the ng lo the ' key- bv tile lopted todav oiiv eption. lb1 platform which 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 - were iii-e-ii Ihe Speech of for- 1 leiiry on fee. York's iBv MOHNiNa jouhnal peciA. Lf Asro wmii F.I I'aso, Texas, Keb. Hi. Two car loads of hides offered for export from Juarez, which American catllemen de clared contained eighty per cent of brands belonging' to owners who had luctaut toniKht had no part in the transaction of the Th story iih sale by the Carranza authorities, were authorities road ordered today to be held a reasonable like a "pipe dream," he said. Dr. Magiuder vva.s surprised when the indictment was returned today a'-niiist him. lie has been prncticin.g lu re for seventeen years. HEARING IS GIVEN TO time to enable claimants to take the case into the Fluted states courts. The hides, worth JlO.Oiiil, were sold by Hern ial Luis Herrera, military chief of Chihuahua state, to representatives of a New York firm of leather dealers under a special permit which suspend ed the recent Carranza decree prohib- PRnnilPFRQ DP QIC A I King Hie export of cattle hides. The mUUUVjL.no Ul OlOnL pur,.hasers nf the hides declared today they hud no fear of adverse court ml- ( MORNIha JOURNAL IPICIAL LtAtSO WlBIl i h g', .Hid ref'I'red to tllO decision of .1 'ashiiiKton, Feb. 10. Attorney New Jersey court In the cafe involving; r.cneral Gregory, after listening to- ;l similar shipment of hides nllet.,ed to day t') an explanation of the plans of have been .stolen by Villa and exported the American selling- agency handling by him last year. This decision held the sisal produced in Yucatan, Mex- that Villa vvas the de facto ruler of ico. reserved decision on the (piestion the country under his control formally! whether the rigrney is in violation of recognized the agents of the leather; the Sherman anti-trust act. dealers believed other courts could duj With O, C. Todd, his assistant in nothing' hut follow the precedent. i chrirg'e of anti-trust prosecutions. Mr. Interested cattlemen declared that' firegmy hoard the dealers' side of tin (use presented by Levy Meyer, a Chi capro lawyer, and Sol Wexler, n bank er int. rested in the extension of credit facilities to the sellers of Mexican sisal. Information to he produced before a senate committee which is to hcKin an investisatlon of the mat-, ter tomorrow. Is awaited before the department's position Ih defined. According- to the story told depart-, ment officials today, the sisal pio- duoers of Yucatan have combined , with the approval of the state govern ment to obtain fair prices for their product and to prevent the Interna tional Harvester eonipuny, the prin cipal purchaser, from controlling the , price. j in view of this, remedial action of some sort would be demanded of Un American government. line sugges-, tion was that this government request j Carranza to prohibit the sale and is-; port of property claimed by Americans, and other lofeigners in Mexico. AMFItK K HWK Midi j Titoriu.r. i t nun vih ai .fudge Stops Itnto .(lvativ. Jefferson City, Mo., Fell. 16. Th." Kcent order of the Missouri public se-vici commission authorizing rail roads to Increase, their freight and passenger rates was reversed by Judge J. C. Slate, of the circuit court 'f Cole county, today, and the com mission appealed to the supreme court of Missouri. 111. A depaitnient from told of lb., difl'i by eig-ht Ameri of other foreign Chihuahii.i to Kl which they trav- at Chihuahua lour uays strike of railroad men . I The Day in Congress Washington, Feb. today to the state the .Mexican holder 1 cullies encountered cans and a number ers in getting from i raso. The tram on eled was held ! because of a and reports that Villa's men wi re crating' along1, the line between Chi huahua and the border. The strike was reported due to de mand of the men that they be paid in silver instead of depreciated paper money. It ended with an agreement with the men to accept oiie-ha If t licit- wages in silvr nnd one-half in paper., ,m.n The train wan escorted ny ,i;,u nm-i dieis. From this number s'-v eniv ' five were dropped at various stations.! Assurances were given by the Car-; ranza foreign office at Guadalajara' yesterday that the acting- g-ovetnor of i Vera Cruz had reported that he had' given "appropiiat protection of the , Chripnpooto and l'olrcro districts near Tuxpam. Itde Is recently havi be n active in that region. of catching up, must be done doni of Zeppelins came up in the dav in the op, nm j speech by William .loynson Hicks, : unionist, who recalled Winston Spen cer Churchill's slatem.ent of March, 1911, that Kngkiiid was to have a fleet of airships and that one of the Zeppelin type had been laid down. ( liuicl.ill Is Flamed. "Mr. Churchill" continued thn speaker, "said we had Mult or were building fifteen airships. Where are they'.'" Towards the close of his speech, Mr. Joynson-Hieks reverted to this saim subject, remarking: "1 have left out the possibility of our defending- our selves from an air raid by means of airships of the Zeppelin type because, we have not got any. Regarding this lack, a heavy responsibility rents on the gentleman who was first lord of the admiralty some time ago." The debate on air defense was introduce 1 by Mr. Joynson-Hicks in moving- an amendment to the address from the throne, regretting "that no proposal has been made therein for placing' thn air service of the country on a firmer and stronger basis." Complete DcI'ciim' Impossible. At the (lose of the day's debate, Mr. Joynson-IflckH consented to with draw hi.s amendment on the under standing that further opportunity would be offered for debate later in the session. Mr. Tennnnt, in behalf of the war office, after outlining a new scheme for the co-ordination of the army, navy and munitions departments in the work of air defense, closed with; the statement: ' "While we have made strides: in' providing proper erpilpnu'iit and de. lispatch i fense for the arsenals and vulnerable points of the cnimlrv, the safety of every part of tho I'nited Kingdom against attack by long range aircraft can never be completed." mer Senator iJibn ;,.t. There was no difference of opinion apparent among the deb gales In regard to :he platlnini. Out a bitter fight vvas precipitated h lb,, attempt of the supporters of Governor Whit man to obtain an an, nullified en dorse'uent of bis ad m. n 1st rat nm and to force bis nomination as chairman of the deb L,ntion to t lie naticnal con vention in Chicago. The net result was that New York Stat,, will seii, an uninstructed dele gation to the national convention if ih- action of the convention Is upheld bv th, vol'Ts at the primary election in Apiil. Ii'l'c:tl foe I tool Mount. j A (h termini d tight, led by .. Stimsou, to obtain a resolutl ommendin Mr. Knot, as New favorite son for the presidency was defeated in the coinmiitee on resolu tions anl a counter-resolution that no presidential c.uiilul.ite be endorsed , was passed uuaiUmnusly. ' Th,. principal ground' upon which the opponents u' the Root I e'.olut b.n fougut was that tin endorsement of Mr. Foot, would preclude the possi bility of New York putting forward Justice Charles F. Hughes as tho state's candidate for the presidency, Nicholas Murray Cutler, chairman of tile committee, issued a formal state im nt in w hiill he said Mr. Knot hlm H If was opposed to the us, , of his name. Old l ine llattlc. i The big battle ill ihe convetilion was fought out between the "old line" organization under the leadership of William Faiiies and the suppniiirs of Governor Whitman. The iiucstion of endorsement ended in a compromise by which two reso lutions were presented, one deallliM exclusively with national affairs and the other "coniinendim?" Governor Whitman's conduct of the- slate ad ministration. This partial victory of the governor was offset by a complete defeat on tin- iiiesllon of the national delegates. Tile Whitman force had united all their strength in an effort to nominal.. David Jayno Hill, of i Rochester, as one of the "big four." The Fames faction declared them selves opposed to Mr. Hill and pre sented instead the name of William Ferri, of Ft'ooklyn. After a fight which lasted four hours the commit tee nil delegates finally agreed on Fnite, States Senator Junes Wads worth, Jr., Charles S. Whitman, Fred erick c. Tanner and Klon II. lirown, republican leader in Ihe state senate. As Wailsw oii Ii, Tanner and Drown are reputed anti-Whitman men the committee's decision Was accepted 'as a defeat for Governor Whitman. ' Questions of What Suhm.uinrs May Do Now Believed at Exactly Same Point as When War Commenced. (V MONWIMU JOURNAL l.OA,. t IARI0 Wlftl Washington. Feb. Iii. -Tlie sniuna rine i old rev orsv with Germany inu noi be close, until the Finn , I Stales lias t'llIK e id, red the possible ef fect of ihe declared Intention of the Germanic powers to hiiI, all untied merchantmen of their , ie niles with out warning, after ivluuary I'M. This announcement was made bv Secret. irv Lansing today Instead of the long expected auuiuin. etneiil of a satisfa, torv settlement of III I. un lit Ida in got m t ions. Now luc-iioii Opened. IVifoeiod by mouths of negol ia t huis the I .us, I .i it in agreement was present ed today by Count von I'.et nstorff, (be G' t in an ambassador, m i form wl.e b po- a only, will ! , . nipt, d ftotn w it t lilted attack. l'tollile, Negotiations likely. Ft un German sources tonight , ante Ihe statement thai it was probable I'erliu would give mi, , as an. in, es, but that In (buiiii so ii would teuiiire infortunium as to what the I'nited Sictes considers d' t'etisive armament, extended negotiations may lollow en 1 1 1 1 1 point. i b Titian diplomat ie , i ivies tonight clued unable to understand the al iunde of the state dep. ii incut. ( was insisted that the German and ustriatt memoranda rceurdiin: the intent ion to sink armed inerclinnl ships were piompted bv ihe American memorandum and that had not the latter been issued tile central powers would never hay,. mule their un mm neenietii . STfiONGROLD OF TURKS TAKEN Of RUSSIANS UNDER THE GRANO DUKE to li pid . i n Crzorum Falls After Five Days of Furious Assault; Otto mans Commanded1 by Field Marshal von Der Goltz, BRITISH AND GERMANS IN GRAPPLE AT YPRES FRANCIS TO SUCCEED MARYE AT PETR00RAD 'Y MOBNINIt 1CHI IN A L HMCIAl. , A ft f 11 W,H Washington, Feb. lii, liavul I Fratc is of si. l.onis, former secretary of the interior and former governor of Missouri, is understood tonight to he under serious consideration for an- Austrians and Bulgarians Are Attacking Albanian Port City of Durazzo, Defended by Essad Pasha, poininieni as amn assail, ir to Russia, to succeed G ge T. Mary,'. It N not known whether he will necept the post if it is offered hint. Mr. Marye's resignation which was announced yesterday has not vet been icecpled, but it was said at tile slate d. pal I in, iu and White House today that it undoubtedly would be, 111 health is said to be the reason for his decision to give up his posl, hi en had aceeplahlc to the n d the Germanic ed their deteitnlna aruied inerchaiitsbtps would hnv, Fnie, Slat powers ,'l 11 1), ii n tion to r'gard o I their eie tines as warships. The Fusitania agreement now will not he accepted as finally Manufactory to (he I'nited Stales until Fresident Wilson and Secretary Lansing have decided w hetb' r any of Us terms would lie nullified hi, Ihe principles of the new sn liinariue campaign. Want New Guarantees 1 Ii is practically icrtaiii ihni the Fulled Mates will ask to be specific ally informed that th,. assurances pre viously given for Ihe sufctv ol neu trals and iion-catubatants at sea have not been and will not be altered ,y the lalesi declaration,, of tile Merlin and leiiii a ii'linn alln s. Ani'itcan officials fear that the I'nited States and Germany mav tind themselves ,dt the point tlu.y i.tood in he first dajV nf th,. submit line crisis Willi the I'nited Slates coition ling- un reservedly for the principles of law and humanity In naval warfare find cofroiited with a long set ies of diplo matic exchanges the result of which t hey i aniiot foresee. Complications Fossil, Ie, Count vou ) ternstorff told Secre tary Lansing today that It was bin persona! opinion that, iu the iiewsiil innriiie campaign, his governim tit itl tendeil to abide by Its promise not to sink unit sisting liners without warn ing, given In the Arabic case. Mr. Lancing informed the ambassador that such a declaration from his gov ernment would be highly desirable, ' The ambassador suggasted the pos sibility of postponing the effective date of the new submarine campaign if it would give time for negotiation, to clarify the confused situation, hut the secretary did not commit himself. I'lituiv Now Involved. Thin is the situation now: As u re fill It of tile correspondence in llicLus itania and Arable cases, the I'nited States bad rested seeur,. in Ihe belief thai the future conduct of the sub marine warfare on humane lines and in accordance with the established principles of international law, modi fied somewhat by the new conditions developed during the war, had been as sured. The state ' depai tun lit had been proceeding lat' ly upon Ihe the- REFUGEE FROM Glt WM lI KI: III FORTS CTUU; or I'.UZKIITM IVli'ogrnd. Feb. HI (via l.nn- don, ti r.tl p. m,)- official tin- iioiiiu em1 nt Ik made that the Unssiam- have captured Erne- rum. Grand lHike Nil IioIuh him telegraphed the emperor us fol- lows: "God htm granted the brave troops of tho army of the. Can- casus such Kt-ent help that Krjie- rum has been taken alter flv ' days of unprecedented aimnult. I am Inexpressibly happy to an- noiince this victory to your im- , perlal maJcHty." JUSTICE KILLED FI1E MEXICAN S Guy Johnson, Who Sold His Life Dearly in Chihuahua City, in Reality Was North Carolina Distiller, i,,Mmf,y il llflN.i IO.l IIIAf'l M,H; Kl Raso, Tex., Feb. Hi. Guy John- noil, the American who killed five bandits before he himself wiih slain December 1,'fi, Inst, near Tejolocachl, Chihuahua, was In r-ality Guy Hurt man, a iviallliy North Carolina dis tiller, sought by the American gov ernment In connection with revenue frauds. ; riling- to information dis closed here today. Government, of ficials, however, reftised confirmation, referring- ipi'sUmtcrs to internal rev enue nflicluls at Washington. Ilartnian of Johnson fled to Mex ico last year. It was stated, and be came a ranch hand just prior to the disclosure of the frauds which Involv ed distillers! and Fnltcd States reve nue officials In Tennessee and other states, and which are said to hiiVc cost the government several hundred thou sand dollars. Agents of the revenue service went to Chihuahua last Oc tober to Induce llartman to return, but fail' d to see him. The limn is said to hnv ,. been trv Itlg- to make his way to Siiiiora from Chihuahua when he was set upon by tin, bandits, rive of whom were killed before they suc ceedeil In nlaying him. II MTM I Dili I 1 1 I I) HIS MOM) or SALARIES OF CARRANZA MEN NOW 32 CENTS; INCENDIARISM ! NDT RESPONSIBLE SKNATK. Passed Nevvla lid's resolution for congressional invest igalion of rail road legislation uiid government pub. lie utility ownership as compared. with federal regulation. rn ..or nTn I Senator Walsh offered amendment BU LGER CASE STILL io Mmcld s dam bill m'tuiring tievei-, opers to pay rovaltv to government tit a: an p. m. to noon: rders" for th. properties in the V MORN, SO JOURNAL SPIOAL LKASEO WIRF! Juarez, Mexico, Feb. H). Customs officials and employes who demanded pay in silver or gold instead of Un depreciated Carranza currency were accorded increases todav which gives win, up lo now have earned s cents per day a raise t,( y cents. They wet-,, also told that the Car ranza. currency now iptotcsl at tents on the peso, would lie used to p:iv salaries until the pew bank notes amounting to $:'.",ii,iiiin,ni)n recently i printed in New York, were plac-d in i circulation in March. The same con cessions were made to civil empb yes I est where on the border who have I been complaining of the depreciation ' of the present currency claiming- that j it deprived theni "f a living- wage. In anticipation ,,f the estahlishioent FOR BIG FIRE Three British Steamships, 37 Li.difeis and Barnes, New Pier, $1,000,000 Worth of Goods Arc Destroyed, Adjourned Thursday, iiorsK Ilivcrs nnd harbors d to report favorably priation hill carrying eluding- $70a,li0tt for Fast river,' New York, and $3,000 for the Colorado river at Yunnt, but no oier new projects. Marine committee held hearing ov , administration shipping- hill: opposi-, lien was voiced against goveinmei t j opcraton i lause. I'asseil pension bills HUNG UP IN COURTS all money brokers here have born J closed by order of Carranza, pendin,r Ihe catr.viiig into effect of regulations to govern their business. These reg ulations prescribe that faeh broker shall deposit $ 1 0.000 gadd in the Mex ican national treasury us a bond, and provide a capital ,.f 100,000 pesos. ib, .nt $2,500,000 Adjourned, at Thursday. I tV MOONINO JOURNAL 0RICIAL LIAB80 WIRC1 I j Denver, Feb. ti. When Janu s C. , Fulger, under sentence of death the' conimiitee v,:- tt , k ,,f February will be returned) annual appro-i (l ,,,,, .av penitentiary rests with) $3!t,ti0x,'.tl0 in- ,i,f, stlte supremo court, according to. officials of th,. criminal division of! the district court here. At the su- j prcine court it was said no action had i been taken in the F.ulgtr case. IJeeetitly HulK'-r was found sane by a jury in the district court but im i order was issued for his return to, Canon Citv. An appeal was taken. tgercgating- Hulger still is held in the county jail ami ually. :10 p. m. here the sheriff's office stiitine he to noon j cannot t t-.ken to Canon City w ith lout u court order. Sliutrglc in Alhu'iia. London. Feb. lfi 11::u p. m.1 The final struggle for the muslerv of Al bania has begun, according to dis patches received iu I.'illiion. The Austrian and Ibflvanans have suc ceeded in forming a. junction and their combined armies, now are in contact with Kssail I'asha'H army of Albanians, Montenegrins and Serbi ans, which is defending Durazzo. IVY MONNlSn JOURNAL ATIC!!. LtAfilO Wlftf 1 New York. Feb. Hi. No evidence of incendiarism lias been foynd, it wrrs it 11 in . 1 1 1 1 , , I tonight, in connection with the lie on the Frooklvn water front early today which ,ansed the destruction of three Hntish steam ships, t hi i I V -sev en lighters and barges, a new 'mo-foot pier belonging to the New V'O'l. Dock company and $l,li0,l,0ni woi llt of mer, handise eon signed to the ' un nte alius. Tile to tal loss is estimated at between Oiui.iuiii and $4,oon,oiiii. Although nearlv ::" persons were imperilled by the flames, which raged fiercely , for several hours, only one man, a . no ruber of ihe crew of one o the j steamers, was unaccounted for 10 ' night. S, viral persons v.ere injured, however, and there w re many seiisa- , tiolial fep, ties. : There vviic reports throughout tie day that ihe (ire was st rtctl bv an ilie Hillary 1 d they pro'ci' !y wre I use I upon the fait that th immense quantity of merchandise on hoard the vessels and on the pier was destined. ror r.uropfan governments now I gaged In w ar. ory that all Fiat was necessary to be tb ne iu the Lusitania case was (,, covet' the past, not the future. Serious Mcsiills IVitrcil. Now the Austro-Geriiiiui notice of : intention to sink armed merchant men : apparently Is regarded as having ,e , si royeil that assurance ami it is ,1, cm. n d usele: s In try to adjust a past issue .While the future is left open with the ! almost cei tain a, siiratice of new In ei,leiils arising w hu h mav b-ad to the ' lliOS't serious p su Its. ! officials fear ., (loser study of ihe la: iiauls agreement may disclosi thai :il is 1 1 , ' t sufficiently comprehensive to em', oily lite guarantees ieiUind lor ihe future. They are ipine ccrfciin Ihu It cannot qualify, amend, or r, -place the Austin-German until', ; a spcoi'io assurance on that point would ha.e to lie given by Germany and ; filer, perhaps, by Austria. o Frlin Iple Abandoned. The reel nt Alncrican circular nolo in the entente powers proponing- dis- 1 bartiictil of merchant ships is not re-' garde, as in nnv way involving nu abandonment by the Fniteil States of: 'its eonletdion that the h, jligcpTil.-' idln ri tot lie principles of in nal law m submarine warfare, issued in pursuance of a do induce both Hides to ainelioi- Kansas Citv, Felt. Hart ma n, formerly of said to have I i kill,- bandits Iu the stale of December ami reported lime as ( iuv Johnson, Hi. -Guy L. Kansas Cily, d by Mexican Chihuahua n ib ad nt I ha t e, lo Mexico, nt-eot'ding I,, forfeited III! peiiianie iii He ;s ib e'.ovet niticnl of ficials ami J.'imiiiO b I lor ap- llu I -iiited Slates court, i iy.,',1 unit moonsli me Wli.sk, Fort Si secured a ib'eti nub' iu K'alislu , Ark. Convl Fni i Sin it b in t In more defendant ( 'II, v Huns and were uses of accused with 1 1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 i . I,', V'elllle ofl II men are said I, Mexico to in, In to t his con ni iv I e ne, , how , , r, Judgment Was taken I In felt r,,l court In h, I its and iietT have made Mailman to and stand trial with, ait scrvlco Hap to ret urn They him. on his l.tM bond ill Noveiil- ORIGIN or FALL RIVER FIRE NOT DISCLOSED i should li nial a I 1 1 was sign to ale ihe pleV , lit , ri iecllo thai at I hardships of such w; ifi.r, and the loss i ,f Inliocell t lives. Its ii would simply have the , I fei : In leave SI. Hiding and 111 full force the principles of international law and anion-., oile rs thai w hit It p -riuds bellii,er,-nt ineichant ship., to t.uiv d fensiv e arma men! American ( onicmlou. American officials ceiem! l,o time has the I'liitcl States Hie claim of ex. In), tion I'lMlil attack to tinai'tned .thins. It j Hue that nt cue pla in tin- Lusitania correspond ence the point was made J,y ,,. Flut ed States that the ship was niuil'incd. Fill that was tii.lv to meet th. Ger man assertion that the Lusiania ha l t, loomed guns when site bit New York. 'I",.. iiiler-'-i! political Mtimtinn in Gel tli:, "V IS I IT'. bit per, ! '" ' leal. o, -rave, be a us,, th" Von Tilpi'-. I, tnettl Is iitiili'i H' ,,,., !' reasscTting itself with considei a ble effect nnd the subject requires d, 'li en-jest" banding because in upset of the ,v on Fi'tbmann-IItillweg adinihistru- f IBr MORNINU JOURNAL IPtCtt LKASCB W,RK F.,11 I!i,t, Mass.. Keb. 110. Tin; origin of Ihe lire early today which in.eit iwiiitv buildings covering more than an ii'To of the business distil: I at a loss istitnated at closely au- proai linii: .( ! t ( IT 1 1 1 1 1 I ll.lt ,, slltge said II d I'inurhl ex pi,,, i f Ihe I, ovplosl ,,,il,f and (hey wet, dwinoe any 111, -ore i ,o t he total est un aid that S l,0(iti,niin con bad not been tie. It was estimated n marked the eailv e, but stale officers n was not I bat ol t prepaid to , the cause. ted less il w.is would be lc- I, tinned F, iw t 1,1 OW II t b ron v-h Il 3 .iii ,111 of III .llice. and ion per i mplov incut. ops r.-rro 1,0011 Miinsiiietl Near ,', be. Mis-. appeal for help 1 1 rmn Now e! Il ,,ti, v ..,.' 1 ,,.'.. Feb. feceiv, la., v Natcluv. -An urgent here loniglr -e (be M "- v a'1 F " imi MORNIN JOURNAL RRICIRL LIAttO WtRdl Fizeriim, Turkey's chief city In Armenia. In In thi hands, of th Kus slatis. Heavy HKMaultii by tho Itus sliins against the lon line of detach ed forts prote-etlnK the city, hutting over a period of five days und de. scribed hy Grand luko Nicholas, the ltusslan comniatider-ln-trhlcf, nu "un. , prect tltntetl," have resulted in th 1 capture id' the fortress. Fnol'ficlttl report early in th prtsetit month said tint Uarnian Fit Id Marshal Von- Vvr Golt, wllh 80,ooo mi h, were hesleKed in tfia city wl Ii proviiiloim for only a fort, night. StrHtcnlcally Iniportjint. ' r 1'( cup Ktf ' tjf I.:i'i0)'f.fll Ik 0" , t'l'cd e'f kltat trtrati.Ktt- ir. pit tu- , I' rom ,t Kitliati H imut'.i U.tiiiiie, in :!! directions. Over those, to the soi.l' cast ami south, it will he possible for ihe KusslniiH now- to fight their wuv toward their conipntrlots, operntinq against the FcrsiatiH and Turku in iho northwest nnd west l'ersia, oi proceed south toward Fugdad to the relief of the Itritlsh hotlled up at Kut-el-Ainani, on the TIkMh, soutll easi of Hagdatl. lirfist IVolileimitleal. Tho iiiiint tllato effect of the Uus Hian victory in Persia and Mcfo tonial Is problematical, however, for, despite the roads the country is mountainous and there Is fllll much ground to be coveted unmethlng over L'OU miles, before the Lake Frumtah district of Fcrsla Ih reached und over tiflo inlleB before a Junction with the British at Kut-el-Amaru, could bo formed. Artillery lutltlc West. With the advent of Htorniy weather on the western battle line, the heavy lighting of the last few dayH Heein- Ingly has simmered down again to artillery bonibardmentH and mtninlf iiiei-ations. Hcrlin reporta, however, that the Itritlsh and French have en deavored lo recapture trench posi tions taken from them by the Ger mans, respectively KoutheiiHl of Yprca aiul in ChumpaKno near Tahure, but that the attacks, failed. FarlH as serts, on Ihe contrary, that near Tn hure the French have retaken por tions of their former trenches. Itritlsh and Germans I jght. The llrltlsh and Germans are still at deadly grips for possession of tho irenchtu captured from the Frltiuh southeast of Ypres, artillery and hun,l grenades being employed in the fiKht iiif. London reports that in the Ht taek iu which the Itritlsh lost 000 vaidn of a front line trench, the ner mann attacked over a front of 4,000 yards .but. were everywhere repulsed with considerable losses except at the point Ihe trench was captured. tin the ltusslan front a tlrivlntT snowstorm along the entire line has almost stopped ,,p, rat Ions. Tin- usual bombardment Inter spersed with infantry attacks con tinue on the Austro-Itallan lino. Attack on lura.o. In Albania. Iho Austrians and Bulgarians arc saitl to have formed a juncture anil are battling for the capture of tho important seuport of Diiraz.o which is beltm defended I'S Fss id l'.iHhn s fon-CH, comprising- Al banians, Serbians and Montenegrins. SirumiUa, liulgurln, baa been rald edo by thirteen Flench aeroplanes w hich dropped KiN bombs and return ed to their Iihho unscathed. Several fires were slailed by th bombs. Will lm Itclclum. The mlnls'ers of the entente pow ers hav e infoi iced the Itclfrinn Rov irnment Hint hostilities Htftiinst the T'-nioiis mid lluir allies will not bt permitted to end without Kelgium haying' re-established its political and noinical Independence. They ad ded that, the lirlvUan governments al so would be called upon to take part in the peace, negotiations. The. suggestion of submarine war fare still remains an open one by ren- f Germany m announced inten to ti.at us wiLfshlps all armed son tion ti.tT' ban III" , ft" 1. ti l. 1 I, hem to safely. Tbrt e negroes been drown,,), t was said, and side the town Itself nbebtt 7 " . t n t ; o tin. 1.11 III laud was Hilillda led. hal ont- cic lo 'SCfil. Ill thing- in the German conn rnimr nrmed which rouriirtrt With tr niemorandi".. merchantmen tho assurnnccs I Blwn by Germany in tho Lusitunij.