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ALBUQUERQUE, KEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1014. . TEN PAGES TODAY
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STRIKING COLORADO COAL MINERS RIDDLE SANTA FE SPECIAL TRAIN WITH BULLETS
Strike-Breakers en Route to
Work in Florence District
Throw Themselves on Floor
of Car and Escape Death.
BY A MIRACLENQ
ONE IS EVEN INJURED
Headlight of Engine Shattered
and Cab Perforated But
Engineer Succeds in Back
ing Out of Danger.
TWO HUNDRED MEN
ENGAGED IN OUTRAGE
State Troops to Be Stationed
Indefinitely in District as
Result of Outbreak of Hos
tilities. tltf lraed Wlfu lu .rnlii Herald.'
Pueblo, Colo., Jun. 31. A special
Hun l Kb train mirying a carload uf
non-union iiuncia destined for the
lludiiinl mine of the Victor-Amerl-tan
Fuel company In the Florence
nlstrlit. a hilfl up nml rldtllcd
with bull, la by a nmh uf XUO alleuni
atrlKliiK niinvra loilay.
' The IMtn hallnl at William-
bur. )iil nml tif I'liiM-nrc. Tiic
hrailllRht of I ho mikIho m "hot In
I'lri-ra. I lit- t-nglne cab Hrluralvl
It h bullft bolt-l Mini rtcry altulow
In Ihi- cur o.cuiili-U by tho atrlke
br.'Hkcm i ahiiit.'rrd. Ho far m
known no one wan Injured.
Thr train coniili'trd of a locouint l p
ii nil h ninnh' ohi h containing 3 -non-union
miner who witp brouabt
hrf from iolnlM pu.-t of the IibIb
When Itip ciiKlnirr oImvpiI tho or
rtira of lh" mob that urroiinb'd Ihp
cnglnp at WHIiHinnbiirir. tu hall, tbp
Kirlkcra II I allci-d. ruHhi-d forward
lirlliK a rn.lill u they could loud
their rlflpa. ThP nrciianta "f thP
tar threw thi'inaclvpa Hat n tho
floor of lh or n nd tin' cm; I net I
hahitly rcvcred the train. Imikln
toward Ihl city. The atrlkera. It la
Mild, followed Ihp I rain fh.M.itiiB aa
IoIik an It r inalto d In alht.
I p In noon today Dip train had not
leached In I p. but wan xieitid ear
ly thl allernoon. The Victor-Am-cri.an
ctmuiMiiy haa not et an
nounced whelhpr II will tt' in I'l to
i nd the non-union men back tu thc
Shoiily hclore '.' o'clock thl after
noon Ihu Pi.eclul llatn I tadeil with
non-union miner, whlih waa hol up
Ihl inoinlua h alrlk.r near Wll
ItaiiiNlitii . pulled out of the union de
pot tierp villi IhP allikebleaker
u hoard uml ita Umtumlion ahroudvd
i M II. oil of Ihp pitnta Fp railroad,
which la ha ml Iin Ilia train, declliipd
In reveal I he train' olijccllt'p. It t
thoiiHlil. however thai the train may
hp ilcloiii.il in Im Junta, ttula in
meet a ilciai bmcnt of troop lo bp
a. in nut by lleneral I'haap from Trin
idad and which will convoy the non
union men to thp lladlant mine. An
other irpoit la that the atrlkclireak
pra are in lie taken lo u not her iiiIiip
than IhP Kudlant.
It win learnpd Ihl afternoon that
the hiiiiic mob of airtkera which tired
on lh.. Kanta Ko apcilal alo ahot up
a fiptaht train on the Itciivcr Km
lirande road when a load of tiiiii)
vara wa on thp wruy In Ihp Radiant
properly. iip of thr trlkcra, with a
rlllt; levcllcil. ordered lunula ('mull
Int. fltPtnun on Ihp frpiaht train, to
atop. Hp replied that Iip i unld not
and re e Iv I'd a bullet thrnuah bl bat.
Th pnglneer then reVeiwd and TP
lurned lu thla city for lunher In
alrucilon. Tha airik-rpkpr who wpra Itreil
on Hit morning aia all lieuroi and
were brouKht to Ihl city by a apeclal
aapiil aclina for the Victor-American
KupI lonipunj. It la aald.
MII.ITI A fiHIFUFI T
filVK Tlll I'ltOTI'.JTION
Iienver. t'oln., Jan. II. A train
carrying furty-onp atrlkebreukera
from I'im bio lo lha Vlclor-Amerlcan
Fuel rompany' mine at lUtUutit,
wag fired upon by. a crowd of strik
ing com I miiipra thl morning at
Villauiburg. according In report
received here by Ihe governor' of
fice, and Ihe official of the Vlclor
Ameruan company. The train wa
alopped and backed Into I'ueblo, af
ter being hit by many builet. Ite
iiorts recelvpd hpre fla hot Indicate
that eny one wa Injured.
I.lemnnnt flnvernor Fitrgerald.
ctlns In tha absenr ot Clever nor
Instructed A 1 J i ( it t t Ocner
lo use the tit II it kt t give
ufo conduct to Ita dentin-
JllKii: AOVIHWTI: ANSWI IIS
Ot SI I, toll MINI 1(4
Trlnliliiil. t'ulii.. Jnn. 31. Th en
tlrp morning spsIoii In district court
today wa devoted lo a detailed re
I I y tit Major K. I Houghton, judge
nUviHiilr to the rrturtii. nml nrgti
inrnl presented yesterday by II. N
Hawkins, counsel fur Ihe I'nlled
Mini- Workers of America urging the
release by habeas corpus prm-i ednlg
i four prisoners bi'lil tin- mili
tary u in hoi liltn, Major Houghton
answered Hi length mh of thr twen-Iv.-seven
reasons advanced by lh pe
tition Hml contended lhat I tip ir.--cnt
Issue In un exact parallel of lhe
Moycr case. The court rmn wa
packed with striker nnl sympiilhli
cr when court convened.
Mnjnr Itoitiihlnn will conclude his
argument thin afternoon and Allor
i,iv Hawkins will then bo heard In
ri'bultnl. Judge A. W. Mi Hi n.lrl.'
Mill ri) l.ly announce IiIh decision
ri:c r.i i i. rinns
i I Ol'I'Ht IMSTHKT
Houghton. Mich., Jan. HI.
I'pacclul condition today continued
Ihrnuiihout the dlatrtct altciled by
the copper miner' mtlkp. Therp
have been nu ilevpoifenta In thp all
tuitlon thl week. Hip mine ocralor
hIiowIhn no UlKpoilllon to treat with
I hp tinker and the atrlkcr appear
InK content lo play a wait in game.
Next week will wit lien the begin
ning of the trial of the f.'rl of Ihn
l.-nportunt atrlke cue when aix
d ptil lea urn nrralgned on Moni'oiv
lor the kllllnic of three atrlkor at
Seehervllle, on Align! 14, nt. Th.
i ungreaalonal aub-commlttee I px
pecled lo arrive aln tu begin 11 ln
Hiilr. Inlu condition In the copper
STATK TIUMH Ttl IlI'M
1 I'ltKMOVr nilATV
Trinidad. I'olo.. Jan. 31 Stale
truop will be tatloned Indefinitely
in Fremont county, nocordlnir In
(Selieral John t'haae, who ha re
ceived a report of Hie attack upon a
train load of atrlkebreakrr nl Wll
PnmburK Ihl niorning. According
to the rheriff of Fremont count
there are I.MiO girikera In thai dla
trlct moal of whom are armed.
HU SJI'IAT OF Tlllllll
Til MH s i.V .IVII I H
Trinidad, t'obi.. Jan. 31. Frank T
Miner, prealdent ol . Ihe Trinidad
Trade Aaaeinlily, la In the city jail
a military priHoner. Hp wan nrre' m!
yeMerilay nl Starkvllle on the charge
of interfering with the work of the
mililia ut that place who were con
ducting a acan h for arm unit ammu
nilloii and alao with making ver'.al
allaik upon Ihu xuarilHiii a. Miner
I a larpenler hut recently ha heeti
hmhoi iaied with leader of the mill' r'
union In the conduct of the oul
HEW IFJTER STATE
President Wilson Sends to Sen
ate Names of Daniels and
Hall as Members of Com
Ity la-M'l Wli o to I Riming flcraiii. I
W aahiiiKton, Jun. 31. ri eatdcnt
Wllnon today nominated these niter
late coiuincice coliimlKaiuliei :
Winthrop More Mantel, of I'rin.-p
ton. N. J : flay Hall, ot t oloiado
Collector of cuatoma for the climrli t
of lu, btitian A. .Niemeyer, of
IIM.I. I.MiAt.l l IN
I'icuthi-: or iwv
I'uloraibi spring. Colo , Jan. 31.
Henry Clay Hull of thla city, whoee
nomination a Inleralalv commerce
commiaaioner wag announced at
Wuxhliigtoii today, came here triHii
New Voi illy for hi health In 1 H J
Hp haa bpen engaged In the practice
of law wlille hup. He waa mayor of
Colorado Spring in I wn wn
piPMIdent of the t.lorado Hlule Hur
aaaucial Ion In If 11-12.
Mr. Hall waa born In New York
city on January f., 10. He lilted f
college at Ihe Hartford, Conn., high
school. He waa graduated from Am
her! college In the da of 13 and
admitted to Ihe bar at New York cliy
thai year. lu 1S he recelvpd the
appointment aa Batlant lo the l int
ed ."Intra coimul at I'arls. While In
this pneitlon he apeclallced In Inter
national law and became rounecl lu
the International legation at l'arl
In Ul he negotiated an extradition
treaty between the I'nited Mae gild
500 QUARTS OF
NITRO GOES OFF
fllr Iamm-4 Wire, lo F.ietilng Ili-rald 1
MkIcivIiIp, W. Va . Jan. II. The
plant of the Young Tor;edo company
r.aa wrecked when lightning od
"tliloded five hundred quart of nltro
glycerin In one uf Ihe rouipiny
GHIGAGQ IS BURIED
Hardest Storms of
IV lwiil Wlre to Kventiis rml.l.J
( hh imo, Jan. 31. im ago wa hur
led under a twelve tu h mantle or
ar.ow- when bueinen attempieii to
tart up Ihl morning and enow ''.)
wa falling unabated at noon.
The body ol a well dreiuied man,
who aupponedly died from heart dl-
te In the norm wan loiitui in a
downtown drift today.
Aum latpd I're dcapad he from
lointa in voitthetn Mo in. in ami
northern hio and Indiana carried
new that the heav anowful' wa gen
eral over IhHt territory. In place
high wind and lict preceded Ihe
now Mnd worked much naruHntp on
train, telegraph and telephone wr-
h p. The latter condition .v niot
-er in and around loteuu, unm.
The city wa cut off from tebgra phlc
communication with point eat and
routh and paenger train henutc
were il. in. .tainted. Telephone and i l-
graph pole were blown clown and
Intcrui bun trallle itactlrally ul a
tandHtlll. The gale carrying alept
cached 4 mile un hour erly III the
I at l oil depat he dcaeribed the
atnrm the moat wverp of thp win
ter In aoulhprn Michigan with train
tailed at many point and highway"
badly drifted. Similar wire and traT
lie condition to lhne elsewhere in the
tornt belt prevailed. A layer of now
more than twelve tin he deep apreau
over the outhern peninula.
Hnuth llend. Jnd.. reported great
drifts over tho northern half ol tne
vtate with trafllc condition alinoi-t
A tory from !ndtanpidl aalti
that Joaeph M Valh, a railrom; en
gineer and an unident Hied man loal
their live from ciiuw due directly In
Ine viirm aleet and no itorm of the
winter. Inlerurhali and other atirface
line werp llerl up.
Many were Injured In flevelalid,
Ohio, on allppery aldewalk due lo Ihe
tierce aleet ami now torm.
At t'oliimhu. Ohio, Ihe Hurra I
reached the dimension of a ullxxard, j
laying out all kind of Iralllc and fcll-j
Ing telephone pole. At Marietta.
ihlo. the nuNengpr steamer Kalnhow
with alxty pcraoii on t'oard wa tow
ed about helplesaly In Ihe uhlo river)
lor more than hour. Tho boat ,
hmilW Indued agaliiHt he bank of the
liver und.itnai-'pd. ,
Fort Wayne. Ind.. wa aliiio! off.
from communication witn tne ouihkic
world bccaUHP of ihe n!cl and heavy
In Chicago Ihe nnw ceased and the
Weather hriuhti ncd gluartly alter noon.
MRS. REUTTER ACQUITTED
OF COMPLICITY IN
HUSBAND S MURDER
ll lrar! Wlr to Eretitog Heralel.
Ilaiileaville, Okla.. Jan. it. .vir
I jiu la M. lieulcr wa found not guilty
of complicliy In 'he murder m ner
huabuml. Charle T. Iteiiter, by a Jury-
in Hie district court here today. Thl
was M.'a. Ilculer's second trial, the
til at one last autumn having resulted
In a conviction carring a senleme
( lite imprlsonnient.
Mia. Ileuter, who formel'y wa-i n
eotlety woman In Tulsa, was cnurgeu
with i onf piling with Ouy l. Mac t
piip, a wealthy Tulsa contractor:
tlrover llalh w . Mai kenxie'a chauf
feur, and Joseph llaker. a friend of
llallew. lo murder her hutand. an
sttorney. Ileuter was snoi ana kiucu
In hi home In Tul on Ihu nignt
of May. ll-'
A week later Mackenxis. Hallew
and llaker and Mr. Ileuter Were ar
rested charged with plotting to mur
der Ileuter. Ilullew, In a signed con-
fi MMIon. said that Ma kenxlo had paid
Kuker to "pul Ileuter out of the
way," and that he, llallew. drove the
"murder cur" in which llaker rod
lo tha Hauler home lo shoot the at
torney. Muckenxiu und linker were
convicted and are now In the venl
tentlary. llallew1 wua shown leniency
became of the evidence he guVo
BODY OF CULLOM
LYING IN STATE
IB I .rased Wire in Ktrenlng ITeral.l.l
.riprlngrield. III.. Jan. II Snow lay
deep In Ihe atreet through which
Ihe cortege bearing Ihe body of For
mer Hctiator Hhell.y M. Cullom made
II way to the rapllnl today, where
ihe body will lie In state until tomor
row when the funera. will be held.
Hurt In Alton Wreck.
Juliet. 111. Jan. 31. Fifteen per
tnn wpre inurPd when Chicago ami
Alton passenger train No. T bound
from Chicago to PI. I amis was
wrecked between here and Ixukport
early today, iinnoseilly by a broken
j Tale of Soul-Stirring Courage
That of Sur7'tor of Doomea
Liner Who Fought Angry
Waters to Ss-vc His Wife;
Swam on Back With Wife'
Hair in Teeth 1 cause Arm
Was Broken in Lurch of
Ship; Cursed Indifferent
MASS OF EVIDENCE ON
CAUSE OF DISASTER
ly laiiol 'Aire l Fienlng llcrnlil.J
New York. Jan. II. Mix survivor
of Ihe disaster lo H e hleanislili Mon
roe rem hod hi re today Irotn Nor
folk Anmug lh in was Thoma
II irritiKton of llrb.gepori, Conn., uc
coiiiiinving the bo iy of hi wile, who
died after being taken aboard Ihe ship
Harrington was lh passenger who
wam In Ihe cold water, supporting
his wife by holdii'g her hair In his
Hi father uml hi brother met him
"Tell Ihcm what happened. Tom,"
mid Ihe falher. "We all want to
know and it will " off our mind. "
Then In a dull montonc, the young
man told hi story.
Harrington and hi wife hud
state room on the sole where the
Monroe Waa rammed. "When the
shock cume." het. id. "We got up nml
drensed and wuaieil time that might
have saved the poor girl's life." Hy
, the. limn ihey.jicni tv .1 the main saloon
'the bin had keel, . I 10 that the snip
j wall fell to the lloor.
j "There waa a lurch." continued
HaiTltiuton, ''and Muraan i wus
thrown twenty f.-.t Hnd IoiIkciI under
the bench built along the to. ten or the
cabin. I slid and eciaiuhleil after
j her. When I took hold or her she
I . realiied and ',,. lite. I lo lo r poor
right arm. It waa broken iin.l bang
'lion'l loin h me," she i named;
'for Hod's sake lei tne die.'
"1 told her Hhe would have en tome
und she would l el better aln.ut It
later. ih, lioil, hIio was i mill and
I ilulu'l I'. lew it Hut I got her loose.
"Then Ihe hliip KitKiicd bio k and
there was a lash of water that
washed us out t. Ihe deck. I no. ti
nned lo gel ell ...ir outer clothes.
Then we let go and the ship went
away Itotn und. r i.h."
Harrinuton told how he tried In
swim holding hi" wife hy Ihe broken
arm, but this pained her so thai II
nally he twisted lor long hair into a
rope i lose to her head and. taking it
in his teeth, II. .at. . I on Ina lan k, keep
ing tin woman's lo ad on his i lieM.
line lifeboat ,... d wit tun en '.fit,
he said, und lnuor.-d Ihetr calls for
help. After ne.uly two hour an
ther boat eatoe. "I held Marsaiet
up In Ihcm, loti'tnued I iarriiiuton.
und a sailor su'.t. la-t her go, she ii
" fhn h not il
und you take her
id.' I said lo him.
aboard If ..u don't
il wall inui.l.r on
' In and she opened
d al me.
t .n,.. aboard Hie
want In go to ic
your soul '
So they took h.
her eves und sinil
When tiny n.
bii they aul lo i
ill olio elalcrnolii
uml bit her and put ine in snolh t.
I believe Dial it a doctor had been
with her rlKht away with atimnlant
she ill ih III he al.vu now. Hut lloN
were all mixed and when I found
where she was IMng all ulonu shu
wua dead "
M lli:'K. IM'H ATF.K
N AN I I t hi T W A TO Itl.WIF
Norfolk, V.i.. ,lan. II. Testimony
of urtueis ..f I. "Hi ships, some of it
taken while Ihe N.itilut ket wa bring
ing III the soi v ivors. Is being kepi
secret today. It i still In the form
of aienographct s notes nnd will make
fifty or aixly I' f written pages.
,n ofln la I ai.iiemen. could bu ob
tained loilav l.nl It la said that wil
neasea testified I'll plain Johnson
slopped the M.. lime's engines when
he heard the N ail ucket'a answering
siren signul and the lost ship wus
practically standing ait 1 1 1 when the
Nantucket lamu.ed her amulships
and broke her in tu. other wit
neaap testified, it la aalJ, thai the
Nantucket continued o at earn toward
Ihe Mon-oe alter the latter had blown
two whistles three times. It 1 aald
that the testimony Shows thai Cup
lain Merry, the second otllcr and Ihe
U.iurlcl master ol the Naiilui kel were
all tu the pilot house of their ship
when the two vo-cla came together
and that the look. nit on Ihe Monroe
saw the lih' on the mast of the
Nantucket ab"iil two minutes before
The Monroe loet light fogi. inter
mittently after pasaiug out of Ihe
c.ea slid had stopped frequently
while thrv surrounded the ship. The
Monme waa eiiu.pned with an auto
matic lime whisii and lhat was
fill FLOOR BY
Lane of Oregon
Report on Resolution.
(II IsbikhI Wlrn lo ICrenlng Herald.)
a hinutoii, Jan. 31. - Feti.il..r
I.ahe of I "recoil, was removed Irom
the Hour of tin- senate today, in it
... 1 1 in me lit i. ry senne. by Vice 1'lmi l
.lent Marshall during hi speech on
llu Interhlale commcri'e coinnitt'ce s
ii-lion on bis reBolntlon in Invetitl
M.iti wheiher Ihe I'nlti il Ktates pH- I
.'orporatlon had received illegal to
la. te from railroads. The vice
president ruled that Mr. laine'g re
ii ark were, a reflection on the com
mittee, Kcnutor New lands, chairman of
the committee and Henalor lloko
Smith and Lodge were on their feet
ut once demanding apolnglc. I.puu
in., I Ion of Senator Jamea the ure
eoii senator vvn ullnwed lu procend
.iiul he withdrew hi charge Ilia'
tip' ri port bad been "doctored." on
demand by hioiiator New land".
Just oefore ills ntai k nn ine com
mittee Senator Lane hud defended
I in v Id Lamar a" a person w how
"wolilng" wa not to be compared with
.1. I'. Morgan Af Co. 'a manipulation of
New Haven uffairs.
"Yet. Mr. Morgan said his deareal
hope," continued Senator Iaille. "was
tor 111 Sou to go on preaching the
washing away of sin by the blood ut
the lledei nicr. Then he pulled out
of hi hip pocket a retl bandana and
"klp ed out for glory.
"I don't like to have the scnata
dragged around as the tool of a black
mailer," said Senator Hoot, without
rising or addressing the chair, but
speaking to Senator Cummins.
Senator Itrlitnw sprang to In feed.
"The senator from New York
Homctblng.'' said be. "I don'i know
whether he meant II tu gu Into the
Senator liristow then repeated Sen
ator Itooi'a words. "Some poison
seem mighty tender when It come to
dlKciisstiig the gteel trust," added Sen
ator Hrttow. "A trust whose stock
lias gone up ten per cent and has
;.-,iiii.iiiot,ntia of water"
Senator Knot, rising to a (itcslli.n
of personal privilege, expressed 111
rig ret lhat the sen., tor from Kanaa
had "ecu lit to have m ule a matter of
public record, remarks he had cas
ually made In Senator Cummins. Sen
ator Stone , i ut - r ii p'iiig at lhat point
"Th senator from Kaosa la In the
liulilt of doing those Hung. Person
ally I am tired of it "
At lhat Jutict'.rc Senator William",
declaring lhat the vciintois appeared
lo be lu "bad humor" demanded Ihe
Senator Newiaiula said If Mr. (fine's
hargo hud not been withdraw n he
would propoac a committee invcatiu-i-tion.
"i ill. I've w ithdrawn II," said Sen
ator Ijine. and coital. I. ration of the
whole aubje. t went over until Mend iv.
POPE UNABLE TO
HANDLE THE FRENCH
(It Is-asm Wtre to f.n Atng Itrrabl I
Home. Jan. 3 1. -The pope loduy
iavp a long iiinlieie two Aineriian
priests, the IteV. 'I'llolllaa 1 1. lleaM'll,
hc-hop of e'i.i :o"ticl.l, Masa. mid liie
Lev. A. A. C.vl':l, Vct.sler, Mass
His Holiness t.le.l tor II tll..e In
cot:veise In French but was com
pelled to .evert In Latin. Ill which be
expressed his reiuct at In lack of !
The bishop allerwar.l said thai the
pope was in excellent spirits and icn-
lally alert, but lhat he did not at I III
able In end. ire inn. Ii physical m l
blown al Intervals of one mm. Ha
When the fleuvy log wiappcl tho
nml near Winter vuarler linliiship
the I'. nine. It la said, Slopiic'l and
after blowing her fog belli ev.iy
liiuiiile, gave two blast. The Nuu
I'likei ploughed It way into the Moii
roe'a atarboaid Just above amidships
al un unglo of about 4 degrees 'I'll"
Nantucket then backed away. The
Monroe lu-gan lo list and in leu poll
ute bad sunk.
.NO IIOIHIX ltFCO I IIFII
AT Sal UN I'! OP SHIPM Itl.f'K
Norfolk. Va . Ja. 31. Investiga
tion of the Kinklrg of the Hid I'o
mlnioii liner Monroe by Ihe sieamer
Xatiln. kel, with a loss of forty-one
lives, waa complete,! today by the
fluted Stales steamboat Inspector
They will not make public Irtoir llinl
l it g a before Wednesday or Thursday
of next week.
An officially revised death list
allows tislay lhat oll -otic rirlo .1
Nitiiein of these were paasciigcis ami
twcnl-two were of the crew. There
were aboutd Ihe Monro., 149 persons
ireies report Iloin ti wrecaui4
steamer on Ihe scene of Ihe disa.-lei
say no bodice have be n reooiprevl. I
ROCK ISM IISIQICTM
Abolition of Two Holding Com.
panies Planned to Conform
With Wishes of Administra
tion at Washington.
(Hy la-MM-il Wlro lo livening Herald
New Yolk, Jan. 31. Complete re
oi ga niz.it Ion of Ihe system of rail
roiula orientally known a the elite
go, Lock Island and t'uclfic lines, In
cluding Ihe abolition oi Its two
holding coiiipanlc known a the
Hock Island company of New Jer
sey, and Ihe Chicago. Hock Island
and 1'aciflc Itailroad company nf
Iowa, Is likely in be announced III
Ihe near future. Lawyer represent
ing the syslem arc ut work on the
details, which will probably be sub
mitted for rallricatloti in the Inter
Mule commerce commission. Hock
Island stocks were weuk on the ex
When these plan Hre carried out
they will leave only one company
where three now enlst. and the man
agement and operation of tho sys
tem will be under control of Ihe
Chicago, Kock Island und Puclflc
Kailvviiy company, an Illinois corpor
ation. It has been known for some
time lhat Ihe leading Int. rest In
these lines contemplated the aboli
tion of the holding companies in
conformity with the wishes of the
administration at Washington. In
abolishing them II will be necessary
to .roil.le for other lsue of eccur
itip in place or four per cent collat
ernl bond of Ihe Iowa corporation
and the stock Issued by Ihe New
It was consl.li-i'cd possible In fi
nancial circles ihst the move might
necessitate formal application for
receivership. In which evenl the re-
.eeivirs or irusiees wouiu luse cuarue
Sttd.nf ), riitla.ie i'iiiiiliiit.1''. Mlnek for
the collateral bondholder.
CENTS A POUND
Influx of Foreign Product
Causes Consumer to Look
Pleasant at Prospect of Fu
ture Living Cost Cut.
(It) laasid Wire- lo 1 veiling llerabl 1
New Yoik Jut ill An mil -ix ot
folelgll butter from all part of til"
World, due lo the rediMtloli of Ihe
l.m'T fi. lu ., I., .''j cents a pound has
caused a decline in the New Yolk
Wholesale pllcil of lell eelll a pomp1
Slice the hist of Ihe eiir.
Kuttcr has been coming to this
country from as tar off a Australia
by way of San Fraiu ;s. Three hull,
tiled lh. .us. ml pound from that conn
try has been laid it, ah tote within
illio last two or three w.-el llutter
baa also been slopped from the Ar-
Kclil'lle. t'el. III. ilk ai , Siberia
I The shl,llo lll. butler .b'.ilels ad
j rrtltt.'d to. lav', h.iv.' ir.iileil lualked
i.neasittess In the wlioiesilc maik.'t
Will Ihe tfstlil (hat tilele hart he. II
an k iloadiug of various slot k. To
day ic beat grade butler waa aellinK
at '.'I cent In U . cent a pound
wholes le. 1'lie Atiicri.ati demand lot
for i t ri I. utter has caused u rise of
two t. throe cents a pound it. some of
the foreign in..! s. I It is . to rally
dtllltted help that the plleu of but
ler lu tin loitntty will h kept in the
finite at a lower uviiaKc level II. all
TODAY IN CONGRESS
SF.N I F
Mi't ul tiooti.
Senator liristow aaked il II.
una nun appropriation for iiivca'i
galin II llg.it loll b lesetvlt lit
Ihe noddle West
Post ui.ian r ij. iur.il liurleaou'a
report on gnvetnmcnt ownetahip
ol Wire waa sabmtlled.
Kept ea. -I. tat iv e Kalm Intro
duced a l.lll to appropuatp lit
mi. i for m mnriiit liosphui ill Sun
Kcpreaclltalivp !" llltroduvl'd
a bill In e.ii;re tha alio) lu
make its s..ldlcrv and bunts ul a
ila l terinastel a depot ill Jell. r
konville, in. I
liepres.'iitaliv e la-ly of vg
York appealed al Hie truat hear
ing before the Judiciary coiiunlt-ten.
One Proud Little Woman Dies
. of Starvation in Los Angeles
and Another Is Hopelessly
DEATH BETTER THAN
lily Ig-aaod Wire to .enlbg Herald.
Lo Angelea, Jan. 31. Mlsa Nan
ette Wurreii und .Ml Mary Warren,
two prim little women from lh cast,
bcleved It more filtliig for "a lady'
lo Nlarve than to dim-us her sffali.
Sn Miss Mary died, and Mlsa Nunelt
watchell by her sltlo until luduy com
pusstonute nurses at the detention
hospital are caring for her na hope
less ly Insane. Mis Murya body
wa taken to the morgue laat nigh:
but Mlsa Nanette doe not know thla.
Tin, nurse any ahn doea nol even
remember the dreadful week eh'i
passed anting by her alster a body.
or Ihe earlier ilaya w ncn uoin were
m pitifully distressed ami so pitifully
determined tint to tell any one about
It The sister came from Toledo,
tihlu. SI nioiiihe ago. They wcru
rbout Ml year old. Their fundi
might have provided their few necea
altics, hut opportunity Xn enlarge
them, a they thought, doubling In
surance against want, enticed I hem
and they Invested.
When the speculation failed, about
Christina time, they began r)inu,ln-
Ing in their nparlment.
Mlvs Nanette presently refused to
see any one. Bhe even broke ap
pointment with genua Intaiicea. Ten
day ago her landlady. Mra. I..
Wood, went to the door In deliver
a telephone message and aw Mis
Mary lying iitlelly nn Ihe bed.
Ml N'unclle uld her sister wa
nol well, but required nothing. The
police say he had died day before.
Last night, with the assistance ot
the police. Mr. Woods entered lh
loom. Police surgeon forcibly fed
Miss Naiietio Warren at the deten
tion hospital Later In Ihn day,
however. she eonnenied tn eai.
1 booth hpr mental condition pre
cluded any effort lo obtain a state
ment concerning the death of her
sister. Mary', end her three week
vigil beside Ihe body In their apart
ment. 1 Is thought by authorities
thill she will recover auf f Icleiillv l.i
be questioned by the coroner tonight.
REFUSES TO LIVE
WHEN HUSBAND DIES
(n lsan(t Wire) lo frnlng Irerald.1
Springfield, si,,., Jan. II lleduc
cd lu poverty Ihrough hoMlticaa re
verses, Jesse M. Kelly, hi year obi,
once one of Ihe wealthiest men In
Sprinefli Id. died III a hovel ijji tha
outskirts of the. city today. Ill wile
who waa l year old, died an hour
later. When she learned several
livs ago that her husband wa sink
ing gradually she refused till Hour
ishmcni nnd prayed thai llu y might
Fine Vanderhilt Yacht
Believed to Have Been
(Hy l.rasiil Wire to F.vetilnc llerabl.)
New Yoik. Jan. ill - rredir-
I. k W. 'imlei but a magnif n put
yacht Winner, airanded "IT ihe
coast of i '..I. .ml la. luohahlv ha
been (lest loved. Thl Waa Him
Inl, . i itiut i. .ii received by the
4 t tilled Fruit roMpauy today In u
cabin mceu4e rriiln II lepie-
O sentiilive at Colon. The com-
p.uiv a I, net Almlratitn took the
Vaiulcrbili putty of the aliunde,) f
vacht un.l later returned to s.ivp
Ihe cr. w. T.d.'iv's niruaage aald
"tiehevid VNuirior total p."
4 The undercut .art I on the
'lib III Hi-JMlM Ih'llic l.
Colon, Jan. 3 1 Frederick W. Van.
derbilt yacht Warrior, which went
aslmre off lbs coawt of Colombia Mon
day, waa anil faat uground today, ac
ending in a wtrelee dispatch re
ceived here. The crew, who remained
on board when Sir. Vitnderbllt and
hi gunal escaped, are In nn danger.
A wrecking tug unit the steamer
Aln.irante are standing by tniiay but
the sea was still loo rou.h for an at
tempt I" reacu Ihe crew
I he dispatch sava II would le pus
slid,, for the sailor lo land on lh
beach in Ihe Warrior boat if the
liutesaily should alb.