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EDITION Odd And Interesting BOSTON. Mhss.. IVb. I5.—-Conipe tit Ion in tlu* retailing of illicit liquor has forced the price i'roiu ,">0 to 15 cents a drink In the last year Boston iwllrr captains today told the Icglslu tivo committee on legal affairs. TIk* officers (Injured that fruit Mninls and grocery stores were now compel iting with barrooms in the sale of had liquor and that proprietor!* dls posed or their wares without regard to age or sex. The men who sold the drinks, the officers said in many in- Maiiers weii* siifelilowcrs, plekiMM’kcts and former criminals. llAUItlSRUU;. Pa.. Feb. 15.—Tlio principle employing monkey glands in rein*('nation has Ihsii iimuI with suc cess in experiments on cows, it was an non net si today l»y officials of the state bureau of animal Industry. Fleven dairy cows which had be come grandmothers many times were made young and frisky by a serum extract from glands of sows the state ment said. The old com were given tlie serum in capsules and not only did they fail to develop any traits of pigs hui. yverc ro|H>rted by observers to have lKVome useful again. I*l\\ MIS, Fell. 15.—Early morning l*edc*t rians were slwM*ked today to ►ee William Bray, laliorer, dnsli out of a down town hotel with nothing on but Ills inglit elothes, shouting lie luid linen roltlied of his oven*lls. which eonLalned $40 in cash and 57.500 in Certificates of dc|»o*it. Police were hurried to tin* hotel and |tcr*uadcd Bray to return to Ids room. I he poli<*c searched all rooms In the hotel mid returned to headquarters to report the robbery. Half an hoar later. Bray appeared, wearing Id* oxcrnlls. ••It's :iM right." lie said. “1 found them under ni) bed.** FITX Hilt IB.. Mass.. IVb. 15.—Pigs are turning up then- in»-«*«* at garbage nowaday* and the Iminl of lien It h hlamcs it on home lirvw. The pigs refuse t** eat the inus|i and as a re sult of the contractors• protests, the laiard is considering rules to require householders to M*|«*n*ir the waste from kitchens und from stills. PI \BODY. Mass.. Feb. IS. —Women Imotlcggcrs are plying their trade her*' using moonshine eoiitaiuen* made for wcor under the waists, t lilef of Po lice t.rtuiy said today, lie had shown hi ctmrt a copper tank eoustrncted like .1 baseball eat I Tier’s clwM pr« Hect or in connection will* il' report of a mid on ihe home of Mr*, \nnle Slum itxvny. lie* contalocr and a still werr -4'laeil and .Mr*. Minna way was fined $50. < hlcf i.rady explained tlut If an enter for moonshine was rtvHinl, the container, whirl* Imkl* a gallon, waa f.ll. it mid sintp|S*il to tho body of the Immii legger. win* was nhk* to go Into the streets xrilh It wHJiout detec tion. MXDlsoV \Vh. I'eli. t5. —*‘11*11- nm.l .lack'* who lu*s spent the pa*t xi nr hetiiring from street corner* to Mini. :it- her*’, willed Ids IhhIx to tile 1 in v« i'll of \\ iseoil*ln to 1m* used nil' ll lie «li< - - lor scientific h«* announced today. ••.lack'* xxl»o«c name is Harry P. (doper «>f Oshkosh, said in l»l* will iluii - while n student at Itush Medical cxdlege during tlic years IHH® and IHST. I |( irn. d til ( dll. of good Mib ,.i*t» for iinaloinlcal research xx'*rk and l determined to do my t*art m*t mil) In life bill iii death, so to *|M<*k. to rntianeo the xalttc of surglml It.* nl*o xxllled to the school hi* tractor and the ••galxnuixed trim trail er" winch he use* as a home. \N> \Mi\l.l. ON III l»M»N. X. Y.. I>li t.*,—tine max bellcxc In the liarxvlnian theory of evolution a»ul still Ih* .i sincere l hrisflnn. in the opinion ••( sixtj.six ,,f tin* sexenty mi it m tlu* science il< |Mrtment of t*t- So pIn ns is.Ih ge (F.plseopnl). Of the four dissent* i s. it xxa* rcxcalcd tmla>. ixx*. xxnc I'sitlxe that Harxxln and Christianity could not mix. one ••didn’t knirn" and the other replied ••ficr lia|w". Nl.W NOlth. Feb. 15.—Tilt* Kev. Hr .i«*1 1 n UoioTi straton. a leader m III.* fnml«in«*iunlis» nioxemetlt of ll»e lta r 'lsf i-luiri l». has begun a enmimlgn lo hax.* text book* dealing with tin* niirxxlnlan theory excluded from New Nock < *t\ public school*. Tin* fun damentalist* xxlll wage a campaign of information concerning the unre llability *»r ‘he theory of evolution. Mr. Sir »l*>n declared. lie *n>* <• •** «hclr l„.| l( f that saturate the mind* of children xxlll* the l.lni that they are .upended from the monkey will h*xver their m« rals and bring mit the wn« In their nature*. t lllt N<.<>. l eh. 15 —Thieve* broke! .I,,. | -,r»t pn-shxPTlnn eliurel* anil <iirrl**d nxvnx a large safe In a stolen giumnohllr. 1 *am*ton polh-o found tlu- siif« xcsu rdii) m a field. u|ien but ultli eontent* hiinel. The '«*«’ ••a* 1 bee, it..- repository for an eight yrmrn collection of sermon* and other writ ing** \l sTlN. Trxa*. l eh. 15.— About ( «*oo male and female "floaalcV come ,,, ,|u- t nlxersltx Of Texas solely fori u ,„*1 time. l)r Robert F. Yiosoi*.; preMflrnt tier In red Inst night to a con x<>cntlon of woman *tud«nt-. Ho, urged tt*e xxon.cn to •eliminate this source of trouble." (HlfAGO. Feb. 1ft.—Church and (I,., movie* xxrro named a* txxln cure*, r.,r mnrltal HI* bv Judge John » linn* xHu ii he ‘cnirnird Ji*seph N'oxxlrk to a trip t** the n»ox ie* with I*'* wife everv dax amt to cliurexh aa often a* -. rxi . s .,rc held. Ho then assigned j, tuilliff to see that tho first diy'tt sen* ,, xx a* carried out today. lake them to the f»r*t church you pom,, to anil after the service take ib< Ml t*' Ur- too* Ie*." the judge order- Vi \ ••\ll they need I* to gxi nround together a lit Ho more." rW.HWTHlA. C’ullf.. Feb. 15.— Juaii l.isto. conflnoil in the city jail „ minor offense. hnrned Id* up wooden Imnks. piled ijt on rttfi TwOi) j THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN FIFTY-FOURTII YEAR AMERICAN SHIP SUBSIDY OR NO AMERICAN SHIP SUBSIDY THAT IS THE QUESTION MAY FILE MURDER CHARGE AGAINST POLICEMAN TODAY District Attorney IJughea mated Inst evening that he expected to file today In the district < oitrt a direct In formation (barging K. M. Fouch with | murder. Tratc.■ iTj.t of testimony given at th* , coroner’a inqu* .*r bad boon completed for Harry A. I.eddy, tin* official *ten egrnpher. and had been carefully gone oxer b% tlie. district attorn#) and hi* uitMstuntH. it i* a x " In in in* .ii~ do u nun., containing cverv «|iie.stioii iiAmI by tlio district attorney a represent a- < . tiv. . l.y Coroner Dibbh* and l»y the | mom be n» of th<* Jury, and ivory ans- X.ri by the poll. •• offl.-oia and other 1 I wTtnosM**s during tlie Inquest over the; ••■sly of Mik«l l.iXTCehl. T. li. lloffmlre. attorney for the former poll* •* officer defondant, has declined to inako any statements with j U. S. CAN STAND COAL STRIKE FOR MONTHS ' WASHINGTON. Feb. 10. A na tional strike in the Union coal field.*! ran l-«* maintained in tho United • , States for i-evcrnl months xvithout m*rl- | ous inror. V. ni -n. e to consumers." ne- ) • .• ling lo • • Idt nt • op ratora pul before the Interstate -otnmcivc eutn- ; inlwdon today. Tho cotnmiraion asked 4. I>. A. Mor- i row, x)• •• preflldmt of tl National ' foal a.**.-" Uition, ror *natistics covet - . Inc the situation. The resulting re- ] port filed today estimated that non- j union coal fields have a xxeokly aver- ; J-Igr prod u< (ion of .*• o tons on the) . basis of conditions in 11*1 s. I i’oiisumptlon «*f bituminous coal I- , 7 ;.(sl,i*ou ii ms per w*rk, ibe report showed, xxith si material decrease In sight after April 1. heeaus»* of warm weather. In addition, t7,000/-«id ton** of coal xxere ssiid to t»o in stock J.mu ary I . 1 The only danger to consumers In tho - j strike. )j.> said, xxould be from poa- i stblo interruption in railroad traffic. | I * “ DETECTIVES STILL ARE INVESTIGATING UJS AMlKI.i:."’. Cat.. IVI. 15—Ua t*'-fives investlk.'U ins the slaying ol Wlllluni Desmond Taylor, motion pl«* turc dire-lor. continued Interview-mg persons thought to have information possibly bearing upon the ease but without definite results. District At torney WoolxvitiQ announced late in the afternoon. None of the persons ques tioned xva* brought to the district at torney's office. Mr. Woolwlno said the i investigators had Informed him that 'many of those xx hose statements xvoroj bel li; sought had expressed a dlsllk# (O the puhllrtty they thought xx ould i - j j suit from their going to hi* office, i "Hpenklng frankly.' t -e added, "we Ia "e no nearer • solution than xx .• were I the day after th«* slaying.' PUEBLO, Co, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1922. regard to th* caw*, maintaining the same reticence with regard to the mutter as he Inaugurated nt tho in «|ti**»*t xvhen be Htnted that Fouch xxould have no statement to tnnke. HARDING OPPOSES A HOUSING CONFAB Bel in vo Legislative I’alliativo Will l>o Any Good (CASHING TON. Feb. IB.—President Harding In « letter to Senator King. Democrat, Utah, made public today - by the latter, deelnrod he considered 1 It inadvisable at this time to call a national bousing conference. Tho eg- 1 - eoinivc also asserted that he did not 1 know "of a legislative palliative" to! relieve home shortages and added that he xvr.x much doubt* d "If we ought to , try to creato oue ” The letter of the president was In ■ reply to one from the Utah senator ! suggesting a national conference to consider means of increasing housing fucllllirs bo called b> the department of commerce. "Building conditions aro ]>eeuliar to individual communities," tho president . said. "In such communities where there Is developed a manifest shortage of housing there havo been lo€ul con- 1 f-rrnces held, x x x X into which eon- |] ferrnees have been invited representa- ' i ti\-- of the material men. contractor*, spokesmen for labor and f---' banking, i and building and loan as*i*e|ntions. * Whether this Is not. the most practical \ plan 's yet to be determined. 1 can j not think of any way In which tho j federal government - an help tho situa tion other than by sonic such means " U. S. CAVALRY AT FORT BLISS HELD INSIDE BARRACKS FOR POSSIBLE QUICK SERVICE Kb FASO, Texas, Feb. 15.—Officers and enlisted men of tho first cavalry division were concentrated at Fort Itliss and tonight for the first time in many months no soldier* were to be seen on the streets of El Paso. General U. L. Hoxvso division com ; mnndor said n»> orders f"r the move ment of tmops bad been r- - • ived from Washington ot Ban Antonio, Hi tin* i lined tn comment on th«* report that tin culling in of the -roops hid any '■nnnecMnti xxith uncertain conditions I In Mexico. RIVAL OF FORD FOR MUSCLE SHOALS Alabama I’owct Company En ters The Lists to Obtain • U. S. Plant WASHINGTON, t). C . Fob. IS.-En try of the Alabama rower company today In the lists of prlvato bidders for tho government’s proportlcs at Mus cle Shoals, Ain . wa* regarded by of ficials as offering formidable rivalry to Henry Ford’s proposal now before congress for final dceisioti. Secretary Works probably will expedite delivery of the ii**xv offer to congress. j»* that co..slderatlon of the Alabama and Ford proposal'! can be undertaken slmul tnneoUfcly and their respective merits discussed before final action |s taken on tho Musclo Shoals question. The Alnbnmn company offer Is for purchase of the Warrior Tower plant and transmission line ; »n«l lease for fifty years of the other property un der provisions of, the Federal xxar pow er act. Member* "f the house military committee investigating the Ford of fer learned xxith Interest «*f the Ala |hama company's proposal but said they .xxould tint delay action on that already -before them pending receipt from the 'xxar secretary «*f tne other. Chairman Kalin explained that i? was the duty .>f the committ- • acting In bfhalf of jt he government s lnt«*rest* to mako a careful study of nil offers alike In nn efforts to determine which xxn* the l*est from tho government s point ofi , \'iexx\ Secretary Weeks did not personally rec-ix-p tho proposal today .is h-* xx.m confined to his home by .» slight cold ‘it xx.is delivered to hi* private tary by Thomas W. Martin, president of the company and held for Mr. Week’.* attention xvhen he returned to the department, xx-lilch It wax ex-, peeled to he tomormxv. i Chairman Kahn xvas uncertain how' llong the military committee would ,*(»n --' tlnue the hearings *»n Mr. Ford's offer. Witnesses yet to ho heard Include a number «>f the most Important on the docket such as Hugh Cooper, consult ing engineer for thn government on the construction of the Muscle Shoals projects, attorneys for tlm Air Nitrate* fContinued on Page Two.) KL PABO, Texas. Feb. 15.—General J. J. Mendez, commander of tho Ju arez garrison tonight received official report of tho execution In Chihuahua city of Major A. M. Garcia, an officer of tho Chihuahua city garrison. The execution occurred Tuesday following a court martial trial which resulted in the conviction*of the major on a charge ••f participation In u plot to h*jms*l - tint** Governor Ignacio Hnrlqtiez and G. m ral Martin- > . commander of tel northern inllitsrv zone. Tie* execution I I of three other officers of the t'hlhun- | GIGANTIC TERRORIST MOVEMENT IS NIPPED 1/OS ANGELES, Cal., Feb. 15. —-A terrorist progr&pt of Inter national Ncopu may be revealed thru the urrttst here last night of eight alleged members of n hand of extortionists, it was said to night liy federal and other offi cers who participated In the ar rest. Three men arrested recently In widely separated American cities SOLDIERS’ BONUS QUESTION VERY MUCH UP IN THE AIR WASHINGTON. Feb. 15 —Tho sol diers’ bonus question was tonight very! much in tho air. Congress was without any official' word from President Harding as to his, views on tho subject, and in tho meantime tho committees, which havo been bundling tho problem, continue to mark time. Among senators and representatives generally, thero was considerable prlvato discussion and conjecture xvlth tho revival on the houso sldo of talk about a slashing of annual appropriation bills ns a means of providing tho necessary finances for tho bonus. Representatives Mon dell of Wyoming und somo other load ers in tho house wero understood to ho giving this proposal closo study. Mr. Mondcll called at tho White Houso early in tlio day, but did not so© the president. Ho said afterward tho sup ply measures would bo examined care fully to determine whether much of tho sum needed for the bonus could not • bo obtained from that direction. This proposition met with considera ble response from members of the house, where apparently thero Is a growing dcsiro to put the bonus thru. Thero wero suggestions that as a re sult of tho agreement for a naval holi day as much as $200,000,000 could bo cut from the naval bill and that an other largo sum could bo saved by cutting down tho sizo of tho army. Mr. Mondell and other leaders were not prepared, however, to mako esti mates until a more careful study of tho subject had been* made. With tho executive known to look with disfavor on either tho suggested eight point tax program or & bond is sue. sales tax proponents pushed their campaign with renewed vigor and were understood to havo been well satisfied with tho progress made. They wero said to ho hopeful that tho pres ident would suggest this kind of a tax in ills expected communication to < hulrtnan McCuinber of tho senate finance committee. Rome senators also thought that Mr. Harding might make sueh a suggestion, hut this belief did not appear to be general. Sentiment In both tho house and senate against a sales tax waa said to bo so strong CHARGES LUMBER FIRMS OF COMBINE Trade Coirunlission Says Ef forts Mado to Hold Up Prices WASHINGTON. Fch. 15 Lumber manufacturers of Idaho, western Mon tuna and eastern Uregoti "havo or ganized and conducted tho Western Tine Manufacturers association for the primary purpose of agroclng on the prices of their lumber." the federal trade commission declared today in f'Uhmltting to congress tho fourth of u scries of roports dealing with tho lum ber industry. The activities of the association In advancing prices by conc»rtgJl, action were contemporaneous with ;» steadily rising price level between IMS and 192 c. tho report asserted, adding that hi period* of depression, members of the association acted In concert to rxgulato production so ns to mnlntnin prices. Th** association has a separate or ganization in Montana which fixes; prices within that state, the commls-1 Hlon also charged, and "there has been active co-*»p« ration between the' Western Pine Manufacturers associa tion and the West Uoast Lumbermen's association, with the purpose and ef fect of harmonious action In prices and production." JONH SHAFROTH IS DANGEROUSLY ILL DENVER. Fob. 15.—John F. Sha- j froth, former United Stntet senator from Colorado, t* dangerously ill nt his horn* here, lie contracted a cold sev eral days ago while < n a xlslt to «*olo rado Springs. Late yesterday accord inrphysi' ian*. the senator suffered , heart attack and a slight hemorrhage* of the brain. Ho I* 67 years old. Physicians declared today Senator Shafroth’g condition was grave. He xva* governor of Colorado from I**:* and 191.1, and Is one of thn leading Democrats In this state. hua garrison Tuesday night was re ported. El, TARO, Tcxns, Feb. 15—The Mexican revolutionary Junta in El Paso tonight gave out telegram* an nouncing tho revolt (igninst tho Ohro guu government of General Salvador " r Yucatan and General Carlos Green, former governor of Tabntsrn. Alvara «bv wa* .*> rotary of the tr'-asurv dur inr tti« administration of provi«inu;«l President Dr La Huerta noxv filling lContinued on Page Two.) PRICE FIVE CENTS aro believed to liavo luul in their possession "unmistakable evi dence” of nffUiutlon with the men taken Into custody here it was said. These three, men were ar rested in Salt Jake City, l)es Moines and Cleveland, .Ohio, offi cers said ami further deelared clock-bombs and duplicate writ ten Instructions were found on all three. that thcro was llttlo probability that tlie bonus bill, with a provision for this tax could l»c passed. Congress ional leaders were understood to bo without information tonight ns to when the president would communi cate with Senator McCumber or whether his letter would contain sug gestions that might assist congress In shaping Its program. OPPOSITION TO NEW LABOR BILL Kenyon’s Plan May Meet De feat In Senate As Op position Opens Guns WASHINGTON, D. C.. Feb. 15.—Un expected and bi-partisan opposition developed in the senato today to the bill Introduced by Senator Kenyon, Republican of lowa, to aid the unem ployment problem by empowering the government officials to press public works during slack times and retard; them during periods of prosperity.' Aftor Senator Kenyon, who is to retire shortly to go on the federal bench to obtain consideration of tho bill, and explained its provisions, Republicans and Democrats launched an attack on it with tho result that the leaders re gard the fato of the bill which went over as in doubt. Senator Kenyon, chairman of the labor committee, said he was pressing the bill mainly In tho interest of labor, lt had. the ludQUMsneiil of Aha Ameri can Federation of Labor, United States Chamber of Commerce and other or ganizations. he added. Senator Fletch er, Democrat, of Florida, said he fear ed tho bill conferred too great powers on executive officials, over government work, whllo Senator Sterling, Repub lican, of South Dakota, declared it waa paternalistic* In spirit and was backed by "big business." Most of thu witnesses before tho sen ato labor coinmltteo who spoke for tho hill. Senator Sterling said, repre sented large business interests. It ap peared. he added, that business con cerns desired its passage not only for the profits they might make out of government work during times of de pression, but also in order that they might keep their working forces to gether in such periods. Senator Kenyon said the hill was a eoncrote result of President Harding's recent unemployment conference and its principles wero recommended In resolutions of the conference." Senate? Now. Republican, of Indiana, objected to a provision of tho bill, which, ho said, would have tho depart ment of eommerco predict panics and had business conditions. This, be de clared. might add to business difficul ties, when the facts would not war rant such predictions Senator Kenyon Insisted that tho bill did not cull for such predictions bv tho department, hut only for publication of facts re garding business conditions. AMERICAN CONSUL COMMITS SUICIDE WILMINGTON. I>«*!.. F«b. 15— Kny m«>nd Schofield C?urtlc«\ United Stnirn consul nt Nagasaki, Japan, commit tod milcldq today by shooting hinnrlf thru the head nt n local hotel. Ho was on a vacation In this «Ity and had hern here nlnco February t». TENTATIVE DECISION ON MAJOR HIGHWAYS IN COLORADO MADE DENVER. Feb. 16 Tentotivo (tad* I slon has been reached by tho state highway commission ns to which of the I state highway* will be designated as Interstate or primary routes In order to i make them eligible for federal aid mi-1 der tlie provisions of th« new federal! nid bill, according t»> an article to be printed In Thursday’s edition of the Rocky Mountain News. Although highway officials refuse to divulge their plans until passed on by the United Ftates bureau of public toad*, the article suites that the com mission Is demanding three Interstate route*, nno north and south from Wyoming to New Mexico and two east and wept from the eastern boundary to Utah. Tentative plans as outlined In the ar ticle are as follows The North and Ponth highway will intersect tho two tut ud wool routes at Denver and Pueblo. It will extend from Cheyenne. Wvo.. to Raton. N. M. and will Include the following Colo rado points- Greeley, Fort Lupton. Rrighton. Denver. Castle Rock. Colo rado Springs, Pueblo. Wnlsvnburg and Trinidad. The most northerly of the two east and west routes will include Sterling, Fort Morgan. Greeley, Fort T.upton. Rrighton. Denver. Greeley. Hot Sul phur Springs, steamboat Springs and Ciuig. The -croud < .iP‘ and w est highway w ill follow the Snnt ■ Fe trail pass ing through Lamar. La Junta. Rocky WEATHER Thursday increasing cloudi ness, somewhat warmer, Fri day cloudy, rain or snow west portion, warmer east portion. BELFAST STILL IS SCENE OF MUCH RIOTING More Casualties Added to Long List —General Situation Promising BELFAST, Feb. 15.—(8y The Asso ciated Press)—Firing in tho Stanhope street area where the disorders broke out anew this afternoou after a lull o? several hours became so intends that police hurried to the scene were forced to use their arms to subdue the snipers. But disorderly crowds con tinued to gather and a bayonet charge "'as ordered In which a civilian waa badly wounded. About 5 o’clock there was a renewed outbreak of firing from the Old Lodge road into Townsend street. Here a storekeeper was phot thru tho head and was taken to tho hospital In a dy ing condition; two persona were seri ously. wounded. Many others were taken to hospltiUf after tho rioting earlier In the after noon. With thoso injured tn the lat est outbreak tho number of casualties for four days passed the hundred mark. LONDON. Eng.. Feb. 15.—(8y Tho Associated Press)—While there hag been llttlo amelioration in conditions in Belfast, firing at intervals thruout the day having boon almost as serious a M that of yesterday a riding considerably to the casualties tho general situa tion appears macn more promising. Winston Churchill, secretary for the colonies, was ablo to give the houne of commons Important news that on his suggestion a Joint commission has been agryod upon to investigate tho facts of tho border conflicts. Lord Birkotihr'ad in the house off lords in making a similar announce ment added tho opinion that he was not too jainguino in laying in this step hop© of further co-operation between Premier Craig and Michael Collins af fording a prospect of a pacific settle ment. HOWAT WINS IN FIRST SKIRMISH Dc|k>s<x1 Chief of Kansas Min ers Asks For Rein statement. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., r«h. IS.— .Marked by tho preliminary victory of Alexander Howat deposed chief of th* Knnsas union miners In his fight for union reinstatement of himself and hi* expelled followers, tho delegation of the United Mlno Workers of America today nbniptly stopped work delaying until tomorrow final decision whether It should consider the expulsion order of Internal Ions 1 President John f». Lewi** and other administration offi cers. In the stormy session today during which Mr. Lewis declared that hta Ufa had l*een threatened depeatedly during the last ten days, the delegates also devoted themselves entirely to dehat* of tho union's Internal troubles. A vain appeal was made by Mt% I.etvla to direct tho delegates to th* wage qusMtlon. He referred to th* threatened coal strike on April 1 a* *>eomlngly Inaxltntdo" and pictured th«* miners ns a vast army that wag asked to stop on tho eve of battle to ' wash Its own dirty linen. - ' He con tended Mr. Howat violated the union's low- In seeking a direct appeal to th* convention. "The only |*suo here" said Howat lr% his appeal. "Is whether we are entitled to a fair and Impartial trial." Further the Katuais leader argued that to follow the course held tieces* •ary by President Lewis would re sult In the expelled miners < use going again to union officials who, he said* "had kicked us out of tho union." Ford. Pueblo, i *«non r*|ty, Fnlida, l.e«d'lll*. Glen wood Springs, Palisade, Grand Junction and Frulta Considerable agitation has been aroused by residents of tile northern part of the state over the selection of the northerly route. Citizens of Fort c.dllns. Liveland and Longmont, de • i-irlng that tin* route should Includo their cities Instead of following tho Greoley-Fort Liipion-Brlghton high (Continue on Page ]'wo.) AMERICAN IS SHOT ON MEXICAN RANCH WASHINGTON. Feb. 13—Char leg Hurrow, also known as Charles Miller. American manager ot & ranch near the city of Monterey, M-jxIco. was ahot to death by unidentified persons on Feb ruary 1. the stale department was ad advised today in a dispatch from American Consul How man at Mon terey. The department hns instructed Con sol How-man nml th" embassy at Mex- I- o City to request proper Mex|- • mi nit hoi 1 1 lev to apprehend and pun ish the prr-on- responsible for th* crime.