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AIBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914. .
Tin: mt.mixu iiritu.n
MIL 4. NO. SO.
ISSUE HS VOTE
Oreatest Crowd in Recent Years Pack Galleries to Hear Fi
nal Debate in Battle to Block President Wilson's Pro
posed Repeal of the Canal Clause. Hundreds of Mem
bers Anxious to Break Into the Record.
iBM!S!S RATION SUPPORTERS ClilM
VICTORY BY - SEVENTY-FIVE VOTES
Speaker Clarke in Vigorous
Make Expected Attack on the Fresident, Asserting His
High Regard for the Motives and Methods of Wilson
and Declaring Recent Statements Attributed to Him to
Wnrhlfmion, M r h 1. t I n'clm U thin afternoon the home
fight over Hit- I'ii tin im I dI In ( Xi ti)iliiti was In ll last hIiiki', with
pi o. pc. t of a linaj vote about i. nt Hpeukcr '" it wua on lit:
Mixir in ii Kin it hi- speech untl l-imoiralli Leader I'lirit'twood wuh III
lln. i huir.
Willi I In- in u J. r it :. leader wielding the gavel himI Die scpuker
iliimtlrig In I hi- of the hmi mi bowing in I In- plaudits of hi fol
lowers, mill Hi Itcpublu-un iit o en masse, the long dohate was
brought lo a dramatic- clou.
Hpiukcr I'lHrk d-partcd from (Ik- text of IiIm prepared inn h
to lriiiu.iliL.illy dot birr:
"I would inlhiT wii t i o Panama .anal blown up limit lo give
the Itrillsh people uny control of It. It's ours, forever, for heller or
(lly iMiartl Wire to l'.enliit Herald.)
Wa-hlniton, Miinh il. In an al
inoaiihere of teiiae excilemeiit. the
atiiigKle In the hoiiNe u-r l're-1-dent
Wllwin'a liynpoaal to rwiMwl the
t'anaina tolln i'iiilion wua todity
premwd to Ma birt alaKe.
A lull mt iida lite on the floor nnd
throng of niiM'jua acei-iutoia, aurh
aa the houae haa a'ldom aeen in the
galleriea. w illed for Ih i iiiirlinlliiH
verbal baltle and I lie riet'ldlli tote,
w hu h waa exie. ted lute Ihia aller
liui.n or early IoiiikIiI
Iteiuibliraii Leader M-inn apoku.
and speaker I'luiiiip I'latk wa on
the pioKrum In oppuKilinii, and liep-leM-litaie
Kherlel ullil I'oMllKtoll lor
Leaib-ra on toil h aldea worked fe'-t-rinhl)
on the lloor and In the i built
room, and the whip reported aev.
eral i hanaen In the line-up, .ilihnuv.l
the r hit it it eft Kiueially baliimeil
The adiiiiniairaiion auPiorier4 Cult
fldi fitly i-laitned the repeal would pa
by a ma lorn y of liom tin to i.'.
t heel a and applaoae aniliil Ilia
opening of the di a ili-oatt-. When
Kepreeenlatlve 1 1 II llli'll 1 1 ) . Itepuoll
in. ot W anluiiHion. ilevhued Ihul
"but for an injiihine the great and
iatrtotii- apeaker of. ihia houae todny
would be Mi-uiyuiK I he White
ll.iUHe." the giillerieii Joined the fiour
In n round of applauae.
liepreaental : e Thoiuaa. 1 1 limrl l.
and flepreaeliliitive Keuting. Ilemo-t-rat,
lavoreil the h.ll. So iiul Kepie
keiilalive fbtydeii. Ih nun i n. ol Tex
aa. KepreiM-ntiitive Kent of I 'alitor
I. la. Indepeiidetit. agreetl wiih the
president that em-mptiou was a sub
tidy ltepresefiiutlve opley, I'rogrea
slve, of llllnolic and I'ooper. Kepuldi
ten, of W !). toon ioKe for n nal.
Iteplewnlatlte 1'owera. Hepublliatl,
of Keuturky spoke aKnth' it
lt.pnwnt.it lie Amey ..r IVnnayl
vantu. aaaatlud what hi call.-il the ef
foria ol the president "to 'tsiirp lb'"
iin. tiona of Hie b-g slutile brum h of
the government "
W bile Mr Ainev sixike. in the
speaker'a galU r where .Mrs. flora
and Mtss tienetiete I'loia nml a p-ir v
o Illinois wire sealed, a larite luii.il
Itox. gem-roiisly loaded with siiud-
wuhep and fruil, waa produced aiw
Various nieiiibets were given 4
minute each to extend thitr r-m-iika
III Hie record and the I euiainlrij iti:
piililiiiin time was then uitcn lo
liepreet ntntlve KLilin.
Mr. Munn g'd an ointli.ii from ga1
lerira and th Kepulill. iin s.tl.- ' I'la
house as he eon. luded :
"The pres'ilent saB be does not
know bow lo deal with iu c4 ol
greater d.liiiuy nnd of gieit-T im
portaiu e 111 t ur Ion mil r. I 't.ui.s. I
inn tell him. If he Will deal with
all the world in a spirit of American
lull n-si. anil juota e. guarding the
liuhla of I lie American people, he
will have I lie support of all parties
and ol all peoples in this loiiutrv.
hi.lllll.it lilt Ins lunula, and all the
powers of earth will mil dare disturb
Another long list of members was
gilell leave to prilil speeches In tb-
.record, and as Speaker I'lark wl-h
tlifllculty reatoicd order, liepreaenla
lue Msaon, iH-moirat. of Miss btalp
pi took the floor lo support the re
Kepren. illative I'ovington. Uemo
rrat. of l. inland, one of the admin
istration leadels. vigorously support
ed the president. He voted lor the
lolls esemplion In 111 7 and declared
he still believed (hat an e. ouomically
sound polli. lilt explained his vole
for repeal was bused on the interna-t.on.-l
"The president Is not askina con
gress tu reete its opinion, but Its
opinions as lo the h.ii I. propriety
of the free tolls ilause." he said.
"All that he deslrea la that o unless
proceed now lo meet an international
a. loauon which has arisen."
ilepicscntative I'elers. Ileum. rut,
of AiKosach usel Is read U letter f I OKI
llichaid I'lney. former sei l clary ol
sai, urging all lu iimi ran lo sup
olt I'lesidellt Wilson In the toutro
Opposition to Repeal, Fails to
Mr. lilney'e opinion I hut un exeinp.
lion did not vlolaia the lliiy-l'uiirti'e-lote
treaty hud been used In many
of the al giinieiils against repeal and
w ag relet led lo by Speaker I'lal k.
llttWIl (.ItKAII M IN IIOlKK
(. M.I.I I(I:n inn MV 1IMII
W asluui;iiin. .March 31. The
greatest croud that the imui-u has
"in m recent yeurs jammed the gal
I. ries of the chamber today to heur
the 1 1 tu. I debate oter I lie repeal of
the I'anunia tolls !'. pie bad buiin
watiuiK in line for hours.
Inning the waiting hour Ih
iroud mailt- Itself al home. ttoitie
broughl newspapers and book, i me
Ma.v-haircd woman brought her
l.nilliiiK and click.il her needles in.
dusirioiisiy. Lunch boxes, milk bid
Ilea and pop bottles were piled high
up on Hie galiii . rail, an imminent
o.niK- r to the Icgsl.imrs In low, until
h..- doorkeeper Imail llitir Iviuov
al. Lcprcsciiiutive Humphrey ol
WasbiiiKlon, lie publican, denounced
tl... I lenoHTiit a position aa "more
roiilemptiblo than the Knghsli lan
guage trail express' and declared
thut the rondition had been brought
ubout by I he. "t-got ihi unl blund' r
mg" of the Bilniiiintraiu n In the
Mexican situutioti. He lauded Ma
jority Leu.br I nderwood and f-ipeak-llark,
who. he haul, "by eiery rule
. I fairness and honor should be
picHi.p in to.la," for refusing lo r
piidiate the I h iuoi rat ic plaltorm
The adminiMrui ion. Iteprea.-nlai lv-e
lliiniphre) declared, had been till
post-. I tin to "carry out the Ititeina
lional lonf ubnee game by winch Ja
pan and l.liM.nid hope to sviiire
use of the tuna I without coiiipeti-
I I.Ailk IMI.S It) MKK.
ATI' At K ) I'KKSIIH AT
Washington. Aiutth 31. Hpvaker
f'ial U. Iohiui; Hie tlcbate against
the rcM-al, disappomleil thoae who
ct. pi etc. him it nitjck I'rc-aldent
Wilson. He disclaimed any per
si. in. I iseti.' Willi the president, anil
declared he believed Mr. W ison whs
ii.lii.ileil hy the highest patrlo
Ini.tiMS and thai there was no
llt-ath in the 1 emi. rat ic parly.
lie aigued at leiiKth aaliist the
pre!. lens lonleiiiioii nnd tfeclaitd
that "the aina-tiiig reiiiest of Hi
president lor the repeal. like IhD
peuce of tlnil, pusi-.-ili nil under
standing" lie dieclaimed any pel
s', mil leNiie belwten Hie president
uml himself, and ml. led that if I he
Piesi.b nt had reasons "wb'. h aiv
lii. t . ullerlv utiiviiable mid which
compel him to make this rc.iieat
be had not gitcn them to the bouse.
lie dill. -led wiHl the plesldeut'S
stiileni' nt thai toll .xenipiion was
i "a inlsiMken t-coiiomlc policy, ' but
lioilll.illlg oi-p.oe o. ow ,ri.in-
plopos.d thut the exempt loll be aus
pended two eura.
In e'mg' "tins a Iwo-year ausien
si.-n ol loll. Speaker t'l.iik said:
"Most insure. lly the 'nuslaken eeo
noiiiic poll.y" r-as.m for the presl-
deni is unieiiiible and fadeg uwsy
belore the atubborn facts of our his
tory. As thut in disputed point,
why tint amend Ih. bill so na to con
tinue t lie present law with tne ex
emption for iwo years or suspend It
for I no years lly amending lb
bill, we control the ailuuilon. If
the exemption from tolls should turn
oul lo be a "misliiken economic pol
icy' we can repeal or mod fy II; but
if we pass this' repeul bill, control
o ti our t.w n canal, nuilt with our
own money, la g,one from us and
our li.irs for.-wr and forever "
He contended that the pirsldeul
was mistaken in the v..-w that the
exemption wag repnligulit lo lh
I lav l-auneeloi,. Iiealv.
"We want war wuh no nation."
said the speaker, "but rather than
surrender our light o romplctu
sovereignty over eer square foot
uf our globe-till licl.ng dellisill, '-
"Ill cheerfully nml courageously
fuce thn world In urnm '
llo attacked tho altitude of Ihn
house liemocrnts who linve aided Ihe
presidents fiKht for tho loll cxem
lu.n repeal. Id-ferrm to published
(li hitiiili.n Dint hn opposition lo
the president wui "lhe opening gnu
or lug fiKlil for the nominal inn in
1I6," the speaker declared he hud
lolil nil to whom In- hu.l spoken
i.hout the IMS situation, thut H iln
president's administration were u
"""m. Mr. Wilson would ho re
elected, nnd If it were a failure, Mho
liiiinlnulloii would nut ke worth hat
ing ." A to In- own future, the
speaker insisted he rould be happy
without the presidency, the speaker
hip. or veil with retirement to pri
vate life, should hit lonHlitulents mi
'There I no personal Issue I.
Iween the president of the I'nltod
Mmm mid imulf," he said. "J
trust there never will be. have
hi no time uiierrd one word of
murium of the president. At !
time, so fur as 1 am Informed or
believe, hue the pre-oilonl said one
single word of miii Imn of me. 1
hiue ii'-ver for one moment rnier
iiilind I he olilmnn tli.il rreml.-ol
Wilmni n uefuiiit-d by oilier thnn Ih i i
IiIkIh t in,.ln. diiii't believe
tliHl I'reKlilent Wl!mn luia ever en
lertnlned miy other opinion ns lo the
t'onilitit of thoine or u who find H 1
neceuNitry to l,(u-r with Iniu on llu I
' I "resident Wlwin doe not devlre I
brcui'h In the lieiuiM rutic pHrly. I '
don t ileHln- a breio h in tho inn '
ernlle party, and there la no breach
in the liemiHTiilie pnrly. I woiilti I
"'III to l.elli-ve thiil rremdenl Wll-
""ii ntenmo-ea for .me moment
the altemma of aome of the Inriml
preaa to n iri"nt that we ure aeek
init lo dmriiit the i leinneraU' puny,
with mom of thine who huve ai
xrted thut I tin Bit-kiMK to dlnriiii
the pnrly, the wish la fmher l(, th,i
I .1 Intc at lenKth to w hnt ht
citlled u "acurrlloiia and aliindi-roua
Hi-tun-- in the New- York World, the
fnker -aid thut the rlmrce thut
hi. hml been awnyed In hi attitude
Inward the bill bv the "ahin Niil.ai.lv
ward the bill bv Ihe
interests'' waa a "base
and falne In-
If any man here hcllcvea that
slander." shouted the speaker. "let
him stand up here now. that he may
seen by hundreds of witnesses"
The newspaper named. he said.
along w ith every i-.lilor In Anient :t
who hopes t he an ambaasador.
minister, consul general or In somo
aher fat and Juicy lob. hag been eli-
cavoritiK lo pl.ii e me in nulagon-
Ism lo the president tier since the
election. These papers deflate I am
opposing this surrender lo Ureal
Hutu in aa un opening gun in my
campaign for president in 1HH3. Il
may surprise these ohse.-uiou cour
tiers lo know ihut I nev-r hinted lo
and human being that I would bo a
candidate In IKK and that I am not
t kiiill.lute. Their slander has lecii
gratuitous menial degradation
"I never eiiterluiiied the sltuiil.al
lit will toward the president at Hie
Italtlinore convention. I wish him
well. I did all I t-ould lo elect li.ni.
lar more than Home nf them who so
vot-tlcroualv and foisomcly maixe.
htm now, and for whom, deep down
In hla heart, he must etilerialu su
premo contempt I have steadfastly
supported him until we are tailed
upon to bolt the platform I abso
lutely refuse lo do uny such thing."
Mr. t'lark then referred to uut-
llshe.l reports of light on liig re
elect h n tu the speakership.
'Tim New Yolk Hun practically
liomlniileg Hie gentleman Horn Keu-
lucky I Mr. t-lietlcyl for the speaker
ship." said he. "Here la its exact
lie;. oris have It Ihut already Ihe
Illlle leaders have decided thai Hep
lesentatite farter Ulass of Vlrglniu
would be ii good man lor floor lend
er, uml that llepreac Mallve Hwuger
fhcrlcy of Kentucky would make un
Ideal speaker ' The strange part of
that paraxial. Il la that II makes no
mention of my valuable. Vein un lit
and vo.iforous friend from Texas.
I Mr. Ilt-ntyi. fur the apcekc.rslnp.
"lit- baa hud his ea on the speak
ership for these many yeurs
"1 have this to eav: ' Ihe fact Ihut
I am making this fight lor our plui-
lorui pledges may end my public ca
reer. There are many things worse
thr.n being deleated fur congress, or
ueleaieu lor the speakership, or '.in
worse Hum being defeated for the
presidency, and one of tliem la to
repudiate the platform on which "U
ule elected. If .my eonstitutenta who
have stood by me with unshaken fi
delity, should retire mo to private
life. I can still be happy In the lovu
and attcctlon of my wile uml chil
dren, in the society uf my hooka and
in cultivating ftowera and trees " .
Asserting thai he had no trticism
for his 1 M-iiiicriilie Iriends w lot
would vole lor Ihe repeal. Ihe gpeak- !
er pl.-a.ie.i "that ir we must outer,
lei us tlilfer in klmlii.-ss," and ib- n
launched into an argument on the
merits of the toll Issue.
He 1 1. nti tilled. fust. that tho
transcontinental rallwuve would bu
ihe thief b.-n.-f iciurlea of a repeal
Further, relt-rniig to the presi
dents altitude, hpeakcr I'lark said
I lint "it we have entered into mi
grcemcht which forbids ua to man
age our own slf.iirs. Hon we miial
abide hy il. however foolish or tiii
!icccai Ihul eugitg. tiienl may liutQ
"Honest opinions." he said, "differ
ed. Whatever may lie Ike tllftet
t nces of opirn-n regal ding tho moms
ot the cane.' lie said "I do I l'
deni Wilson honor lor his act. Ilui
I (an mil endoisv bis Judgment. I
Hunk he Is wholly in the wioiig. hi
lei.sl ao lur as tile treaty beais on
our on n dom'-atlc joloittlon. and tou-i-e.ueutly
olfcra no Just tausu lor
breaking- of a well considered parly
"The repeal." ho said, "means Ihi)
practical abandonment of the Mini
ms doctrine. which the Amercsn
people will maintain al all haxarda
Those who assert inn. Ibo Monroe
doctrine is dead, reikoli wnlioul
their host "
After disoiisging Ihe Monroe 4oe
irine. Ihe speaker t-om ludvd wild
"Now may the Clod of our fathers
who nerved three million backwoods
Aoi. ri. sns to fling their gunge of
In. Hla into the luce of the mightiest
monarch of the world, who guided
the b ind of Jefferson In writing the
i Hurler of liberty, who sustained
Washington and his rugged and
starving arinv amid the awful bor
iois of Valley roige. and who gave
them com plot Victory on the blood
stained blights of Yurktown. may
He lead mt-iuhera lo vole so aa lo
pivMul Ih.a stupendous fully, this
(Continued t l'gfc Two.)
Adolf o Pad ilia Pays Horrible
Penalty for Brutal Murder
of His Wif ? at Hands of In
TWENTY MASKED MEN
TOOK PART IN EXECUTION
Many Santa l'e People Express
Approval of Punishment
Meted Out. Investigation
Ie-elal rerrewseaVeee la the Herald 1
Hatila I V. N. .11 . March il I
A coroner's Jury at .1 o'clock
this Hfternoon returned u v er-
diet to the clfc.t that Adolf.!
I'aililla came lo lis death by
force of arms at the hiitnls of
persons unknown. The body
has he.-n glxu over to Ihe lam-
lly for burial.
The district attorney staler
this afternoon that an Inv.MI-
gallon would begin Inilli'iliale-
Iv in un trfott to find out who
the five men auiil hy Jailer f'los-
son to have been lb" louder
of the mob who forced hm to
give over the prisoner.
TIkic Is a sensational rum-
or here today that the ufiicers
have u dying slutemeiil from
I'aililla. In which he id.-lilllied
one or more of the men who
killed hliu. This ... denied to
The Heri.ld representative by
the Justice of Ihe peace In
charge of Ihe 1n.ii.-sl. but la
persistent aid Involves rela-
uvea of the mg'dered man.
f lly leased Wlrn in Cenlu Herald I
Kama Ke, N. M.. March 31
Adoifo l-adillii. ihaiged Willi
killing his wife H.iturday by
cutting her Ihroat with a raxor
was dragged from Ihe county
Jail here at l ilu this morning
by it mob ol twenty masked
men. hia hands and throat
slashed xv It It sharp knives, bin
lungs punctured with slab
woiin.lx uml I. ft Ivlng ill Hie
street in fmui of the Jail, lb;
died nt 11 o'clock Huh mottling.
alter rlm-turt had spent three
hours sewing up his wounds.
Nolle of the mob lias been Iden
tified or captured. The city and
county are biing acoured for
Hev.-r.ii masked men knocked
nt the dour of Hie Jail and I lie
sou ol Ihe slorill n.paie.l in
his night clothes. He was cov
ered with u il"' ii revolvers and
the terrified prisoner drugged
Into the street. wticre several
men hold linn while others tut
mid Slashed bun id Ihe Same
manner thMt Ins wife had been
tut. lie sustained three deep
gashes III Hie Ihroat. olio tap
ping Ihe Jugulur vein, deep cols
In both onus and hands and a
stab In the breast. Ilel.no lo
ill. d. I'lnliH.i tie. lured he knew
one ot his i. k -n i lit lit a but lulled
lo Klve his naine.
Keeelal llUpateh la r.vealag Herald)
Hanla r-'e N. M . March 31. I p lo
this nil. rnooii Inilc effort had b. un
made to Inv est is. He the slaughlei liu
of I'adllla early this morning I p.
to II .. . loci, ih.ro was souo- sUgbi
limine that the man miuhl live.
i ret-over autllcu-ntlv lo make a st.atv
, ment The libv sit l.lllk wolke.l oil
' Ii im for scv.er.il hours, stopping Hi
I wounds aa iuu.lt as poi-sible. He dud
at II o'clock.
The moli. after completing ns
work, scalier, d In nil directions. No
tne seems to know which vvav iinv
lot them wint: mid us to th.-tr id. u
lily, all tbua lar is gueas work. Thcv
Ian- believe. I to lime been in ighhor
lot the I'a.lilla l.inill..'. although there
is no i-erluinly of this Tin r..- is i
loleltv aelnr.il l.ellllg lure tin. I I'll
I dila s execution was Justlited In rnlit
'if not in law. this being an xpr.s
leioti heard fr'oiicnily on lb" strce'
out the stale, e.u.l lo Tile Herald i of
loil.i. line ni.n well known tliioin:b
' IcBpoml' nt Hint he admired ' h.
icrve ol Hi. lilt' hers The I et ell
!l lea ... I rios'e here. Who Was
il..ru..,l ulih murdering bis tl
Ol en tins I HUM U lllll. II lecilll SO'I
rudilliiB crime tomliiK on l..p o
what la held lo have b-en a mi
curiuae of jusitie, served lo fan Ho
le. I loir I 'l ool e. had ho been in the
Jail, uiidoubledly would have be-t
ii..v. ri.i.i M. Iion.ild. on Ins Te
inrn here al noon today, slated thai
the mailer was one lor Ihe local au
ilo.riiiea. and that lie Would have
no'. lung lo do with II.
ft l.rnset Wue to reelnt He-altl 1
llnrtalo. N. V.. March 3 1 .Negolui
tions Let ween the lioul.l oupl.-r
.,riii v. ii, I us striking employes were.
t.. .....ua ...a. i Ti;. sin klii.'ll. Ill ail-l
diilon lo agreeing to return to wotk
In an open shop, me willing lo w ol k I
on ahorl nine, provided all sinkers
re rellislsle.l wunout piejunivo i.
m i until of 1:111011 afliluiiion.
Jaurez Receives a Single Line
Stating that Fighting
Around the City Still is Un
VILLA IN TROUBLE
Mexico City Cheerful Over the!
Situation and Wires Wash
ington City Will Not bo
lly I t-ttw. I Wire lo Evening l!-ral.l.
J un r. x. Mex . March 31 At noon
ti day n amnio line MuIiiik Hint
I. Kin lin; 1 1. illumed nt Ton eon wua
received bv rebel ollicials here. A
rumor th.i un aimtsil.e bad been
agreed upon Has denied
The only luroitnaiion available
lone was that fighting continues nt
Toireolc Tllele ve.-le no llcllllls. bill
rebel nit icia Is declared I hat the main
n.ltle for the tow u was foui:hl at
tlomex I'lilacio Inst week. Loss.-
there wile heavy on both sides, id-
ii'iats assert Hint n. itbci- aide now
Is able to repeat so bloody 111 lle-
crnnucd a contest. In Torrcou the
fn--btng is said, to la- from house to
house, vvhil'- ilomex I'lilacio bad to
be taken by aioini. after three na-
situlis. In the course of which men
well! down by Ihe hundred.
TOltltKOV OT lilllMi TO
I ALU SV Till-: I I HI KM.H
Wiishinglon. Marcli l The Mex-
un enil.ashy here roilav receivt d
Ihe following messiiKe trout the for
eign of I lee In Mexieo I 'lly:
Torreon has not fallen nnd the
t;ov i-rnment is null., confident that il
will not full, according to Ihe bite.it
reports re.eivc.l by the ko crumcii'.
I rum tin' front.
'IHIH'Mlf 4 MIMITS VII I.
IS IIWIM. Ills I Kill lll.r.s
('llilillaliu.i. M'x., .March 3 1
While ofll. -litis here nr.- oiimlstn-
l.s In Ihi- null-nine f.f Hie ..altli- ol
rr.-oii. tin ' said today that the ab-
setn-e of otllcl.it r.-ioris Hull. 111'
Hial fleneral 1 1 1 it is ineetlnii with
The lelegruph of lice la Hcct-plinu
ti'lei:! ams addres-ed to (ti.mex I'ola-
lo in care "I lleilenil Villa, but llius
lar none ittblress'd lo newspaper
nun have been replied lo.
Said that Rockefellers are Pre
paring to Take Over Gould
Interest in Important Wes
(lly Leased Wire lo Leiilu Herald 1
New York. March 31 II -- Tin-
slr.'iigth and a.livitv ol M.e.'oiui
I'llilllc ruilload abaits lnd.l Belled
give cliilelue to refill reports
thai Mm i'ul.i iiit-itt lit ihut ,
tuKi ii ou r In t he lu'ur I u( ui i hy u
t,ruii uf rn-iiiil.'in niitrw or h-s .
illl.ftiU i-oniHuti-tl ti thi HlHIHluI'l
n t i miihio . Thi kiH-kt-trlh i a hiv
httiK I'Vfli tii'lix Iti h-'Iih I ho
I'licillc. bill If Ihu piojecl now said
to be under w u is t oiiBiiiuiuated.
Minsoiiii I'm Hi. and oilier iinpoii
iinl part', ol llo- I'.oubl sysleni will
come under absolutely lievy oWll.l
alilp. i. .ink. .is rcpri seiii.ng both the
yiaiol.i i d IHI mid lioiild liiiei'sts
declined today lo couiiim Hie re
ports, 111 ihe. would pot .1- ny Ilia!
some lie,. I ui unpin l. ui. c is p.ud.iig
PROMINENT CHICAGO MAN
TiTF.S IN FASAJJt.1 A
lily Li-a-H-d Wire lo I it filing Herald.)
I'ltsade-l.l. I'.il., Mil . Il :ll.--l it-laid
M. Alexander, prominent lor cai n
Ini-iiiiss and i luh .ir. lis ol fliicigo.
ft. I. ouis ami Hi. 1'uiil, died al a h.--piti.l
In ii- toil... i.lli l a I' ll days Ill
ness Ml. Alex Holer Wis a vests
of as' ami i na. lo b.r. 11" came heiv
last lifcc nib. r lo sieud me wuiier.
TASK OF FORMINO
NEW JAP CABINET
It; I iMil Wire o Kvenmif llttul.l.)
T.'kio. March 21. Viscount
Heigo Kiy.-oiia. li'i'iuer ui'iin-.-r w
of juslice and minister of edit-
tatloll. tod. iv a. .'. pled the task
of loiuiing 11 lo w cabmel lo
take 'be place or lh.il under the
pieiiiietsion .if fount Vanillin-
olo, who resigned ..nice owiu-
to the naval scandals
Millie Drown Set
Free of Murder
Oakland California Woman
Escapes Punishment When
Jury Finds Her to Have
(lly I eased Wire lo lenlng Herald.)
iiakland. I'nl. Mar.li 31 Mrs.
Millie I il ow n. on trial 'humeri with
the murder of her husband, was ao
iiiiIimI l-.v ii jtitv i.i.lav on Hie ground
Unit she w is In-.m.- ut Ihe lime the
deed w as i oinniil led.
An her i' pn.uu. son of the late
.linlire A. N l'i..wn, waa shot and
killed In his home on the night of
iiiloior ill. IH 1.1 His body wii
found t went four hours later and
Mrs Prowii was urresied.
Il Was nlli ui . I l.v Ihe police that
Mrs. I it.in n bad confessed lo rela
tives Hint she shot her husband us
be sl.'pu ati'l Inter, ihe t.-siimonv
showed. fhe vimi.-iI Mm. Marie MH
ler. whom she suspected of having
alienated her hio-liauda nlTectlohs,
und iiti'iiiiie.t to km her. sdie snap-p.-d
an unloaded revolver a I her sup
posed rival several limes.
The crime aroused unusual psycho
logical Interest because ol the conduct
ol the woman in the hours preceding
Hie tiudiiig of her ilead ieiim. tun
Kra ni ls, o s I'ortola fealival was In
fironsa at the tune. and. according
to Hie IcHiimonv i.f witnesses. Mis.
Hrovvn. who had fled lo that city,
filler.-.! into the fistivllies with u
h.-aliv I'lijnyim-iil that precluded Ihe
thouitht that guilt) knowledge of a
llugedy weighed upon l.'T mind.
Chairman Harlan Announces
that Request of Railroad)
for Immediate Hearing will
TAKEN TO MEAN AN
(Itjr Leased Wire to ftvenlng Herald.)
Washington. March SI. -To f.cll-lli.lt-
coinddcrat Ion of the advance
late t-tiao, tliairman Harlan un
I .. un. eil today that the Interstate
iniiiiiiiri'" i ommisinon had decided
to grant lln- roiiicst ot Hie rmlroiiili
lo lour tli' ir totii lulling test tmony
toilay and Thurs.h,).
ALL lIMUVIM i: TXHII I'S
SISI'IMil II H OMMIssll
Wiishinglon. Marcli 31.-- All tieiv
tiinfls fii.-d by railroads eliminating
ullovvan. e to iiiilusliial rallroadrf
were Mlf.n ll'l-'il today by Ihe llll.-r-
islate comuii-ri'v- f-oriimisMlon iiulil
ijuly 3u. wuh llo- exception of (linae
'allc.lillg tlo- rimed HI. lies Hi eel col-
p..r.ii urn and other Iron un.l steel
i t on.ieiiil.s. which were permuted lo
! Woman Who Stabbed Young
i White Man in Muskogee,
i Dra-rtred from Custody of
One Armed Jailer
I lly Leu -ad Wire lo l-vfnlng llerabl J
Miiskogee. "ikla., .Marcli il Ma-
i r o r-. oii. u lO'Kio n..iii... -
e.iv iiikIiI kill.. I la lino I I'eace. a
'M.ung i I m. 'ii. bv .It i 1 ti k a knlle
,lllo I. is hem I. was taken oul of Ihe
, SVa-i'li" r .-olililv jr. il early today una
, h.llin-'.t I'. .1 leleplli.lle pole Ihi
' il oh. w lil. 1 1 was maaked. ov.-rpower-I..I
the mil. i. a oneiii iiieil in. in.
I lllew a roil.- ov i r t In
I and nr. .us. d her out
A I nock .il tl"- h
s'eepn. ,l.lll-'i Vo
' .. ii ..ll..-e w .. t to re
mall s head
or n mimed I tie
1 e oats..!.' Slid
.Pun and taeei!
1 I '1 1... le .let ..I.el-d
1 t u iii lum and
.pill klv .
vv 1. 1 II. I II
II I I
his keys la kel
ill nw 11 into 11
1 of li.-l .
imile I Hi. a- icaniimc
r cell. lie. I a nil"
diagged bet I"
hlo. k 11. no the
li.ii An h.
.low n I lie to
with olio 1
gollli to tile
oner. The .
ir Ian 1 llo siiei HI tut
11 la-l Sunday niolltmi!
ce lo dc.tll w ben he
.ouuir wtiit.- ineu. had
11. si o 11. 1. . 1 let' of W'ag
oiintv ull..rue started an
ot (lu Iv 10 lima w itlntl
hour a 'ui It happened.
lilt liililt Wire lo K.tenllig Herald I
lies Mono. Iowa. M.Hcll ill The
Mlssis.-looi rtllev auflraae 1 0I1I cl em e
tlil attilnoon ad'.pl.'d tin- report
tho noorii.i.iiiig 1 oiomtiier ', naming
Hie following pioiii.it.i t oiooilllee lo
lie III (barge ot Hie lli-XI I (ill ' el en. f
Mis. Ilatllel T.lvl'ir I pl-Ml. Warren.
'.hi... tlisiioiin .Mrs John I.. I lo
ll.il. .11. M le. Miss lamia t'lu. Lex
HURRY ill E
HANGS A NEGRO
Premier to be Opposed in Bye-
Election by Notorious La
bor Leader Recently Releai
ed from Prison
READING OF HOME RULE
BILL IS UNDER WAY
Viscount Morley Announces
That He has Determined to
Reconsider Proposed Retire
ment from Cabinet
(lly leased Wire) la Evening Ilrrald.)
London, March XL Afv'i week
if eensallotiHl dove lopmetila In tha
1'lsler situation, the house ot com
mons today started the tle'-gte on In
second rv iding of the hmiie rule for
Ireland bill. II wag ex pert ed the
measure will occupy Ihe house for
11I least three duyi.
It la reported from Dublin that
Premier Asiiillh la lo he ' oppoeed
111 the bye-elet'llon for Last Fife by
.lame Larkm, who, aa head of Ihe
Transport Workers' union., waa the
leader of Ihe strike In Hublin I" a',
autumn. In t-nnnerton with the
itrike. Mr. Lurkln wna sentenced to
seven tminthg Imprisonment In Oc
tober for Inciting. rlol, but waa
Viscount Morley of Ulackburn.
rd president of Ihe council, t.-iday
abandoned hia intention of resigning-
from the tabliel. intimated In tha
house of lords yesterday.
The cabinet met today and tha
strongest jitt'itsure was brought to
ar on Lord Morley not to add In
the tlilfit-ultieg of hie colloaKt'.ea by
giv lug up hia ofrice.
When the hoiiso of birds met later
ihe day, laird Morley announced
to the members luat he hua not
Hill Hie cabinet.
VIm nun' Morl.-y Bald:
If fidom-l Heely'a first reaignatl m
had been aceepled by Premier Aa-
until mine would have followed, aa I
bad iieeii a pnrly to his Irregularity
in aibliug Hie two unending par-
agiaphs to liie calilnel document.
Lord Morley contended that l.ol-
one! iSueiy a second reslgtiallon waa
iiidepeiiileut of what had occurred
Pel ween himself and the then cre
tin . for war and waa for the purposo
f disposing of all appearance of
haruain with tho military oltleers.
In the house uf commons dir feu-
ward tirov. the foreign secretary,
spoke on behalf of the government.
lie said thai thn ministers were nl
prepared to make any concession lic
loini Ihe six yeura exclusion of tha
I'lsier nullities from the operation
of the bill ottered by Premier As
iiuilli. I lie country, na sold, must aet-
tU the .iiieslioti at the end of Ihul
lime. .Mn.nwhlle the nuestton of Hot
coercion of I later t-annot arise until
alter a general election, tun ir tnera
1.1 e sporadic outbursts 111 that ro-
vince, force must be used, and II in
aiiempi in made lo set up a provis
ional government and defy the im
pel ml parliament, the army niut bo
If there had been a general elec
tion last week. It would huve ueen
011 a mm ii graver Issue than homy
rule. II Ihe army had taken active
subs In politics, ihe country would
have faced a giaver problem than It
had faced in three centuries.
'If there Is miy question raised ot
government ny parliament without tn-
leiierence. I m.vsell laae a siami n
linn as Dial of any labor member."
Sir Kdward suaaesled the resump
Ih.u ol conference between patty
lea. 1. is in order to see whether a
s.-lllemi tit could not be reached on
ill.- i.asia of elailishll. a federal
yMein tor the whole country l.efo.o
Hie .nil of the six years named by
ihe gov ct unit-lit In Its oiler t t later.
Mil I HW ltl I.H llT
W I III. H I't KII, NVSTKU
Loudon. March SI. The establish
ment of a f. del s I system of govern
ment for the Hidlnh Isles was Bim
g.eled 10 Ilie house of commons today
bv Mr lidward tirey as a solution "t
the home rule dilll.-ulty The sug
gestion was ri-coived Willi gteat 11-U-iition
by the house, Inch waa en
, I in d u.ite on ike M-tund read
ing of 1 tie home rule bill.
T In-lieve.'- said ir Kdward "that
If our present dliflculiy ia not solv I
ny the intioduciioii of a federal a 1
lein. Hie country will o undr
1 In. mi uh sheer it. ability ef parliament
lo transact Its busln.-s "
Kir Kilwatd ira put forward a
hinl Ih . I the g"i eminent was reeoy
to gn lo the touniry for a general
election if parllauielll Would enact b
bills eUol.shing the ssteni or I'lural
voting, giving home rule lo Ireland
and di.estshlnbilig Ihe Welsh thunh.
"If an t livtl.'ii .uulrt be assured."
ho said '"ii the trims of c urilH
the alioluion of plural voting, and of
placing bonis rule and the Welsh
oiscsiai'lis'iincni on the statute hooka
the niet'iod would b worthy uf con
sider. iiioii "
liinl. ror tiiwa I p Ko Ute.
Kpt iiiglb Id. Mo. March 31. tillia
l;ii..b. who pleaded guilty here es-ter-lay
to the charge of liiur.lri ing his
IS jr.ir old bride, was Miilem cd to
il, iv lo lite imprisonment. lilsd'-a
sioi his wile lo death last llriummr
Just a month after their marriage.