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THE EVKMIMO HERALD vou f. xo. sm. aiuncxB-cnizic. (Vol. ft, No. M. Albuquerque, New Mexico, Monday, January 22, 1917. PARI UNITED STATES SHALL TAKE IN THE LEAGUE TO ENFORCE PEACE IS DISCUSSED President Wilson Ooei Before Senate and Outlines the Efforts He Has Already Made to Bring; European War to an End. PREVENTION OP PUTURE CONFLICTS IS DESIRABLE Treaties and Agreements Which Terminate Present Struggle Must Embody Terms That Will Win Approval of Mankind. "WOOPROW WI1.HON. The senate agreed tu hoar ths pres ident Ml I p. in. pre si- I fir rnlui llsrsls !. Wirsl Washington, Jim. ii. l'lenidcht Wilson in it personal addtess tu Ihe sen. He today. I.i Hi down (hi iiui'stio:! of whcthir Mm- I'nlted Mates shall 4furt from its tnidith.iiul policy ot Isolation unit n ' entangling alliance, uml Ur part in ii world league I" preserve peine after the war N'.i nik h hlstory-miiklng ewnt w.ih KC h flir-reiiehllll! possibilities (n till' I niti-il Stiles ptoLanly esci hml been hcn tn til1 sniit chumhr. buttering precedent of more ih.ui .iniury. the president regarding Hi semitc with lit trcuty-miikini: "mwi-r m uv nunMllir in foreign utfaiis. dinned why hi' believed i hp time had "mi' tnr thi' world tn know Anicrl pnh'tlon uml dihCiihncil thi uniP'rly hik rniinn on which he believed 11 pi r niani'tit peace i.f Hi world run In inuinlaitied. Will! I'teuldent Wilson was speak iiik directly lo thr wMiatorn, alter tli miii.ticr if Washington, Madison ami Adams, his address was In til limul of .ill foreign governments ul' 'III it :iv t'l thrill. Iii tint huikgrmiud nf I hf f ii n I i ini-iiMl proposition of whether the tinted .states Kliuuhl niter the foMign pnlli'V. In ill iluWn h Washington llllil imr'ed out a lung line ul picsidrnts was lb possibility Unit nut ii( some tij'-h league nf nutintm iihkIiI come a way In t-iiil Ih present war. For ncur ly half an hour lh president spoke with iiii'inliprn nf ih schutc, members n tin- cabinet uml U ki ll gullet lis llMirnnii: with rapt intention. W l.ui hi- .'iiiii-'iiiIpiI thet whh n tr'iiiiidoiis Mu -I itpplauh In mIii 'Ii many nl th- liopuhlit-un niiuit'iirt Joined When th irrMni'iit hud llmshcd uml th.' suuic teturnd tn its rcgulai lite-iucss. Senator I-iiKnlbtte cpitor. l.i il th mi n t i n 1. 1 nf nil present by n v I riM n lniMiitJiiu Hour. "W hnv Jut passed thrt.unh .1 very lniMitunt li'nir in th iifi "I th wi.il.l- Nt'iiiitnrit Ki'tii'inlly rni vil mni nu nt on Dip iri'Milnt h inlilri".. 'mt Hum Iti'i'iiiiiii nun i hu mi ul uit-y inn ri.it wihh In h mui.IpiI naiil tlity wit fiiHiHml In hnth th " in n. .t uii'l llllliktlllli'." Ilm lly. Hi iir..l. nt in li. i iiilnrfK. haul ill. u Ii Im'Iii piI mi n n A lui n w ai. o iurc nf Mi tin in in ii i'iil War wi.uhl tin u .i-i iniini'iit 1'i'iir. inn' thiil it run hi b Ink ii f'.r Krnin.. 'Inn n at' "iiiunt hp tiillnwi'il hy hi.iiii' ill Init inin i'rt uf uwr ulili h Mill muk it Mini. illy inii'Hhihi. thui nny hinli i.itjHtiuii hhmilil i i hi'l'n ih iK'iin. " "It IN llliim I'll Jlhlii.-' Ill' "lint, "tllill Ih ipni nf Ii. l'nltcil t.iti'i .-1 1 1 1 1 I piny in iiiirt In that i.rinl riitiiiniii Thy in mini In tumor witliholil I In' m Tin In which Ihi-y ii r iiimiit in I rh.illi imrt. Thai W'lvlrp ih noihuiR h'hh lliuii tin? To nilit lln'it iiiiih.'rlty anil tin .1 i.i'i tn th authority uml fnt i ft olin r tmti.itih In Kiiai int pr.i. i- .mil ,1ntli i h 1 1 u k)i u ih wnrlil " .t ani'thiT I'lilnt. th l hi. Ii nl MiiiT .n rnVPIWint of rooppinttv pi'ai ' Unit ilni'h lint llU'lllilp pl'.ipll'H i.f tin' ni'W wm Id run Miftu in ki' th tu I'll saf.- ulillil-.t lir " At that puilit III priiliil nl on In stiy- 'If th pai"i' in I'M'iu l tn h ni.ui ik in i niltir. It mimt h n pt-a - ma. hi" in hy th nrKuniRi'd inalnr fiir.'' nl mankind " Lairr, h Maul "Tit iuaht' of natintiN upnn wlinh pp.ii niUKt h tniinili'd. It it ih tn l.iht, n uhi h mi I'fpiuliiv nf nishm " In hnlillni; out th I'Xin'i l;iiu.n that th I'nitnl Stati-H wnulil jnm othr ; natinnh In u "linitu fur pia' ,'' thi I pr ".nli nl di'i'liii'i'il It iiiiiki hp rlni 'to iv iiian whn run think that Opt Ih ' in ihlK pinmlsp im I'tia' h in itht nur I tt nl, ii.. nh of our fmli v u a n.itlmi Inn ii liilfillnlint. tiithrr. nl all thai w 'h ii'r profphhrd it Htrlvrn nr " i Hif.il I'li'HillT.I Wilf-on int In tl iiMiiit. h rni th t..ll" in,' li'tfpi, ilitnl SiiivI.iv. tn Vii'.i IVi'M.li'iit Mai i.hall "M iar Mr VI' I'lfo.li iii Tltt ; i i miitiiniHi ni mil I'niii i-rti .in th r..r. 'in ii IhUi'iih nl Ih i j i s r whi' i i.l think It in-.- ilniv tn mali tn II' fiiiiti. nil, I whi'h I wi. ul. I iri'i mil Ii liiii' 1.. inti' in i.ri'.i.ii I iM.tiM I. rr tun h olitii-r.l if I niii:hl I i' aff'.nli Hi opportunity tn .1.. innmirow ll... I n( -m" iiiul. if it BOPP AND SCHACK Tim ll-rwlikvit' Kimin-Ii, WuhhliiMtun, Juti. II. Tint Unit npoks n fullnw: (lntpmn uf the nnul: liu Hi bill ol mi. phi tl I nit, I uilili mipil an IdPiilic note li Ih ku- I ii iik-Ii t h uf the iiinl'iiui How in war. rriUhtlnt them tu ntute morn ilrll imiily thun hml l lien utmed b either (Coup of hi-ll!Krenti th irm upon whli'h thy would deem ll pin- lule tu miike pvuee t hpohb on he- hulf uf humuiiity and ol th nnht-l of ul neutrnl iiaiiutiH like our uwii. uiu'iy nf wlume moil vitnl InK'tehiii the wnr put lo fountain Jeopardy. Th iriiuul iiir united in a. ii-ply u I. ii Ii Ntatpil merely tti.it they wr Miiily to iul Iheir auliiRonleiH pniiffTPiii e to dmi'iihii irinh nl' pen. Th entente power" have replied mill It more dlliiiily und have mated in gi'iHiul ternm Indeed, but with Mit- lulent uetliiiteniiih In Imply d'-tiil. the urraliKi nii'iit'i. aiiuraiiti i and i rti of lepHiation whlili tln di'tiii In he the iiidptpeliMiul iiitidiliniih uf hatliililltnry nettle infill. "We are thai much nearer a def inite dlHruimmn of th pear Whlrll hull end th ptepni war. We lite thai much neanT th diariwaUin ol toe Intel niitmliul i.oiii rrt whn h inuil thereafter hold the wmld lit pence In every diwUKihiin nf the peuce that iiiiiht end thin wur it i tuken foi KianiPil thai peace must lie jliven hy hiiine d'-onite conceit of power which II make it virtually iinpoimitile that any mien latumrnpne mrnuiu whelm ii auiiin. Ker lover of tniin- kind. eiety nan and thmiuhtlul mum lake that for Kraniid. Iluty hi ! lo ('iiiii. ,-I have miiiKht thm opportunity ti uildii'hh vou l.ccatih 1 IhuiiKhl that I nivi'd It to you. hi the council uiso. clnted with m in Ih flnul dtinn- iiatmn nf uur internal mnal oIiIikh tiiitm. tn d.hcloh tn yuii. without re- .f.rve th thnllJlht und plllpoH thai time hren lakmu form in my mind in teurd tn the duty of our unvern inent in thee day to come, whi n It in In. nrimurv to lay afrehh und u,n a new plan, the foundations of pence umoiiK the nation. ' ll la Itironcniahlp that Ih pen. pi nf Hi Tinted Slut-! hhould piny no part in that ctal enterprlH. To take part in BUch a neiviee wil' be the oppoiiuniiy lor which they h-iv hiniKht to prepare thrinhlvi hy the viry prmeiplPH mid piirpoum of thmt policy and the apprmid prm-t lien of Ithi-ir miveriiiiient er a. nc III diii when they act up u new nutloti ;u th high and honotnhle hnTi thm II might in all that it wan und dirt, hhnw iniink.iid the way tn liherty. They rutiimt. in honor, withhuld th hi'r vne to which they nr now aboni to hi- challrnii'd Thy do not wish, tu withhold it Hut they owi ll tn thm. mi Iv and t" the other tuitions of Ih wot Id to htat th cnnditioh" under) which I hey will 11 ft " rndr It MMIIilM'tll l "ill"' Hiaill. Thai rvnp i iinthlUK li'iv than h.h - to uild lhir authiiri'.y und thn p,iwr t" th authority un.l fore ol other iiatmnM to nuurunlr peace a1"! Jusilce tlirouithoui th world. Such a m it li'iin iit cannot n"W he lotm poht poind. It in rluht that Inlnl ll i iinii'ii thm Kuiernin' iit hlioui'i iriinaiy ti.nniiliit th cotiilitiuiih upon which It would fl lllhtllled 111 llhklllK our people to api- o its f it'iia! and hol euin iidhrni t.i u l.iatiue tor. I'euce I am here to attempt in i-t '' '.hi'.ie comlit mill". "The present war mum lit be ended, hut w owe It I" land.ir and to a jiiht ri'Kard lor '.he oplninii of mankind t. h.i that en far ah nur participation in nunauteih ol future peace In eoiicrned. it maks a Bie.il dial f ilittrrcncc in what way and upon what li t ins il Ih 11111111. The tiealii'h and uki ei inents which hfinif it tu an end must embody Icnns which will create a peace thai Is worth KUu'anteein.1 and preset vinn. a peace that will win th appmwil "t iniinkiiid. mil intl u Pai 1 ' will rir th hi'vetiit tiitr"!s unit neiliiti. 11111IH of the naliuiiH '- KUKi'd. We hhall haw tm vine 10 .letetmiiiil'h what those iriiis In. hut we shall. 1 led snr. hii a 1. nee in dctetiniiiU'K whether they shall he mad instlim or not by the irii.itaiitees of a uiiiMTsal cnMiiint ,.i,h ..or ludiinii'iit upon what daiiieut.il uml essential as a tic 11 precedent I" permanency he htii'l.cli now . not it may he ton late. The I :li'iiisitH ol IVniv. "No covenant of cuoper.lt u c peac thai does not include Ih peoples of th new world can sullh e to keep the tuturc mite iik.iui' w .il. and et there is only on sort of peac thai th ,,,t.. of Aiuerii.i could Join in guaranteeing. he l leinl lltl. ol 'hut peace must he elements that eimane th i.ne and ..tisfv th Pllliclples ut Ihe Amen- can iniveriinient-. elillientH ent with their political pracuciil connctions pIh of Auieiiia embraced an, I "I do not mean tn Aineiic in uoieiniiient any i.l.slacle in Ih way ol any lei ins of pai th M"i ' ninieiits now a: war nunht anie upon or seek to upset 11.. ..,1 when load, whatever they i.iily tali it for Mrantcu I m ac hi w i n 1 11 TO FEATURE WORK OF JAIL, FINED $10,000 STATE LEGISLATURE THIS WEEK, IS BELIEF Former Consul General of Ger many at San Francisco, and Ac complice, Sentenced Today ; Ap plication for New Trial Denied (Pr r.rin( lUrcM ltltil Wiml Han rraiicihco. J 11 11 S.'. Kianx Hnpp. former ronaiil Rnra of Ur- many here. cotivlctPil with four ouiph or eonspirlnn ui-'uinst the neutrality of Ihe I'nlted Hta'.es wa dnld a new trial Indny by J111U Wllliiim II. Hunt in Ih I'nlted HttM district court. Mutton for nrrst nf Judg ment was mad by iininsel for dt- fenne. Ilnpp wan hntncPd In Iwn years In piion und fined tin.otn K. It. von Schuck. fnrmer vie eon. mil, nimllurly conMcted. wan given the ham nentence. L11 iiten.il.t lleorBP W'llhelm von llrln 'lien nf Ih iir.-nun army and a roiiMiliite ntlich. wan giVn a liter entnc Churlen 'nrloii Crowly. cnnanlnto war uncut, cnnMtd an a consplratoi, w.im given Ihe ame ntnc as In mtpi tors. Mutiruret fnrnll. I'rowleyii ecr laty. for whom ehpccinl rp.nieniy was nslieil. gnt n year nnd on day on the military entei prise Indict mi nl. and a ynr for vlolutlnir th Sherman l.iw. but no fines, her nenlen' en also tn t un concurrently. Itopii. vnn R'hack and von llrlm ln wri si'iitenci'd to tv 11 years nn.l n line of I'.fiini on an indictment charg Iiiit eonspiraey In Mel uinnt a mllllary interptise imaliiht I'anada. and on ear and f,.'inu fur coimplrlng In rc himln liiierntat commerce munition slilpnier.tn In th I'tiiti'd Statn. The Hntncea run concnrri'tii t muKing an mrgregate of two yeurs Imprlann nipnt. Ilnpp and others wer rnnvetd January 11. niter 11 trlnl IniitliiB hix weeks. Th niiiximiint pennlty for Ih neu trality mnxlctlnn in two e.r8 In prison and 11 fin of lin.D'HI. Th uilsdeiin'iiiinr ronvlctinn inrrles a in.. Imiliii setiU'ii, of on ar and tri.tiliu. Ci.iiiisi'I f .r Hnpp uml vnn Kchu' k srii.l hu would appeal lo th I' tilled Stales circuit conn of appeals and to th" I'nlted States Hiiprein court. If n''H.iry and pos.ihle. Looks Like Lawmakers Will Sift the Chatf from the Wheat and Get Down to Real Business of Considering Some Bills. SUBMISSION QUESTION IS IN THE FOREGROUND Some House Members Apparently Want Vote Delayed, but It Does Not Appear Probable That Their Wishes Will Prevail. T tip; is alleged I who have reached th of II yeara for men, and It (or woman. fpnatnr Trad fthermerhorn offered mpaaure, an Id tn hava ih approval nf tha Colorado Antl-Halonn league. rohibitlng public or private carrier from bringing Honor Into tha atat cepl for medklnal or ncramenlul pur- pose, and limiting tha amount on peraon mav .piumenn lo nna quart u. ah Inky and twelve quarta nf beer. Receives Information of the Buii ness of J. P. Morgan A Co Through Compact Between Em ploye and Washington Lawyer, t II r RfMiIni llral tm4 Wlr New Pork. Jan. J2. Th llprman pnibussv nl Washington waa at on time hppiihl ot "Inside Information' of ih huslnia of J. I. Murium Co on hhulf of the French and Kngllsn govern m nta. through an allgd com pact htwn an pmployp of the Mr gnn firm and a Washington lawyer who wna a prnnr.al frlnd nf Amha sudor vnn llernMtnrff, according to i brief filed In court here today on he half of W'lll.nm J. llurnn, delPrtlvtJ and M.irtln Kgan. accuerd aa tappira nf prlxntp li.'lephone wire. $150,000,000 Needed To Carry on the Relief Work Among Belgians I Br F.vvniag lliiralil l.mtea CTirwl New York. Jan. :'L'.--The b.mk of an i-xlrn daily me.il to .iii.mi'i lii'.Ktiiii schonl chll.li 1 11 was the ki "litest u -cuinplihhment of th Amernun Coin. inisMiu, (or Keiiel 111 llvlMiuiii. in tie 1. pillion uf its chairman, Herbert 1 '. Hoover, who has Just nil iv. il hiie from l.ivet pool. Mr H.mu , I M.aJ begun with his collcimim I devise plans for utinthcr yeur The extra meal 1 onsiht- of only input hash and htPiid. the comiiimsioi, er mud. hut it has helped nri.ul, to in crease the attenduii.'e at school, vlany children u uuinly had remained at hum bemuse their parents feared they would go hiingar. if ullowcd m g.l 111 hchool. Mr. Hoover said there wire o.r.no . dull destitute pels. .11s In Helguim m.d ;, lion. inn) m Kruiue, and ll will la'ie approximntely 1 1 ..ii.diiii.iuii) to cany on the work of th cnmintHKion for anntn vr year. ' Th nituatiiiii is tar worse than it has been at any time hue e the wur started." he di" lan d "ll t a resuil nf .1 steady ili tieill l .ltli.il ami. UK I le people ." (Special lllsputih to Kvenlng lleruld. Sanlu Ke. X. M.. Jan. '!-. The nen ate lonveneit ut 2 o clock tbih uftei -l noon nnd lmnie.llntly threufter hIx hills wire Introduced. A workmen' . ompi nsallon bill wan offered by henaloi Haiti., providing for the pij incut o I .'. per cent of Ihe regular wanes of workmen temporal Hy ills .n,"il, and makes an eptinn of nc 1 di nt-. resulting from Intoxication. Two hills rcKiirdlng new buildings on th capliol grounds wer Intrmluc e.l iin hy Senulor Itarth called for a 1 1 itn.iiiin binldliiu iidjniuiiig the gnv prnor'n matihion on the piikI, to house th supreme court nnd other slut ollt rs. A similar bill by Mr. Ilunlavy auttioris th expi-ndllure of flj., O'Ki for a two-Hiory building. IMlgTi ft., uiljoiniiiii the cnpitol liiilldlug am, cotinected With rilliwuya. Iioth hills were referred lo the nen al 1 oiiimittee on finunce, und holh provid for a bond issue ut 4 per rent. The hearing of the christniin-llaith ei. litest hun begun in Ihe nenut chain ter. The h nut adjourned nt 3 0VI.1t k mil 2 .1'' lurk tn morrow Th hous thin afternoon .'uncurri I 111 th senate resolution lor the trans- It r 0 1 piiiiln in. .1,1 y to thu salary t.inil. It is slated 111 the governor's ufflec Unit Mr. de I lata w'il pruuuuly man Hue lilll v ithout delay so ih'il Ihe state offii.-is may net Iheir hack pay. Hills wer introduced by lCepisn ntiven Llewellyn and iionzalea In tne I nip; pi o tiling for sti'imisxi'in of tne liiestion nf woitian . uffrng. It is i'Xp' til thai th hous lotu- mttte on mines will report favorably upon ih coal investigation. A number of hills were received In th lieu-., und 11 number of comin.t- te reports. Many of the reports wete unfa 1 ortiblc. which gives evidence tl...l there will be n fight mi net em I of the hills. tlovpinor de Hit 1 a has Improved a ris'iit 1. 1 the blood transfusioii. I'al- 1 u 10 Itouiein and I'lpil.uio I. in em wei tin men wtu gave bloo,. f',f Ih operation. leaders of the W. 1 . T. C. ut 111 ciiinii.l filiiled to 11 staff con esltomletlt of lb Herald tnilav that thev will he I h.ltlsfied with the ptohlbilion lesoltl t.mi cs introduced tiv either Mr. M ' I'miald or Mr. I'lnik Is Inn- I'Olllll- sh'uild nUerw.ird.i hen Entire Conservation Program May be Held Up, Senators State H, Ktrtilr.1 Herald L.d Wlrn) Wat hmgtoii, Jan. I'ri hiili iil Wilnni was told late today hy Seiialms I'ltlman. I'helitn. Meyers ami Walsh, that unless the n;u ilepaitineiit 1 on- selils , 1, immunise on the lil(lsl.ltl"ll 1 Btati'llli'llt lur ili 'f ot claimants en ml lu'i 'h now held 111 the western nauil Itiel re oervc. Ihe iiitire iiiliiiinisiiaiiou con hetvatlon prnmani will he held up 1.1 congress. The senators said they c.'i sidcred the na h attiliide Inward ill claimants unfair llitlMHt' la nil and Hi w hu h the I""- hive once for an undertaken In defend. say thai a in would throw mill h I In t t a. f r 1 I ) n i- ore I Milium, 11, c,.ni I'liii'te e to 111 11 it. I know of no i.lhr than this In- 111 1 1 v III ill ". Ill' ii I Ill ei Hi' l!l to th vell'llcri-. I have spi.l.i ,1 t.i na'or h't'itl. the chairman uf tl mi. urn on f, renin ielaii''iis about in.l h ue iisl.cd liini lo con r 'A I'll ii "i ..I ill. illy .Hid in lc! . i ..in-" . I that mi I terms t .(.: ..... tu ...11 w.llls!V oeiuii' ri'in " I.i lligeretlts lIleniseiM"' M lien the ll agtee. I maK peace nil- i' luli'lv iiicessaty that n as a Kilatatii u f the M'HIeiiieill so I, .lie of any alliance that no mi nis ui.iv Hill b ul imc h cieaii'd the pcrniaiiciic'. Ii mi atr than the Ii. Illi, 11 lion engaged or linv lui hei'ln fol io I i f pi I'lecled tl.'lt '.nil. Ill priiba''le ciiiobiuatinti i f Cnnllliiiesl on l'.nte lliiei ) Villa Wagon Train Captured; Guards Taken Prisoners KI Pasn. Tex . Ian. '.".' A w .Irion train hi lotigini: to It inco-cn II i s forcea was laptnred Ii I an a tea It'oofis vi Hit hl et of Salll'l V":i'i I ''In- linuhiul. I.i-t Meek an, -ei cut h' Villa l.uarils il lal.i'n nlconets al ill :.iin i mi, accotiling to a report mad to in.l eriiiu'-iit aiietii her 1.. ilay iii pai'tuiei s .irr.iiui ti 'uo Chi huahua C,t. It was mnoiiiice.l .n Juarez loday Hint a, "(in du fiet.i troops ,.t i;toi'' Manuel I Ul u'lle'.; liui'tiwilld a I To! - ll, be v,n( I . , m I'lcl u I hi to pi, I lb cinlli'lN all!' I'll hlllJ lumps wit M.Hl- S.inta I . x M , .1.111. T.I. Cmuinii ee reports ai exi'i" ted tu feature In the work of the legislature this week to th extent that th Introduction of bills Insured last wk. Then will come the test or Ivin the lieniucrali Ii tiislalion ho lur nftered is to fur. The progiam laid before Ih legisla ture by (ioMTiuu il Haca, in his ines. uiii'. is retlecled tn a large extent in stitlutca huw 111 the hands nf cum niitteen, nnd 011 which reports can shortly be expected. Ho lur as the mt roiliti t ion ,,f nieanirea is enncern- id. th I icinui rat ic parly Is to be rim gratulate, upnn Hie number nf enn Mruclive siaiuleH so far presented. There Is ut present a fair outlonK that nioht of reguluticniM urged hy the gnyernor will he ran led out There will he a cnlicei ted eriori to push Ihe niilnnihsion 'Ueslli,n lo an i-Mie ditiiug th week. Though hum It uislutois. ehpccially In th house, at seeking In delay a ote with lh thai nothing hasty sliould hu dutui nil a rtiiestinn of aiii'h inipott anoe. II appears likely thui a nt will not he delayed This l Hie prime reconunendatioii In the goiernorii meshage. l iilloiv de lun a'i I'rngTnni. As a tesiilt ot vigurotiN steps taken in the tit st I lenioci at ic raiicusi's. hills iiiMiillif all of the unvernnr'a dsltei urc either in preparation or have l.ei n iiitiodiiceil aim reterred lo com llllllee The ton k was h si emu t id , and a number or " leering coniiuit lw." appmilteil ,n . uncus, were set to work on different items of the ines, c.rc W hen in' ml ' is of Ihe inujur :lv appeare, ica.H o ofter bill1 ttiii con spoii.i to Mi d Uncu s rc o 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nl 1 ions, th minority has been (., Mil-Hi to Md I.i hind them and pa-h. hut in in-'laii.'es w In re tin nuch hills have been lor t hem 1 ng early ,11 tlm sKSim ill mo, only has usually been oil hand W.lb 's leg lsl.lt loll. Ah an instance. ItepubPi'iins llrst took up the ninttpr nf an appropria tion for tha prosecution of the New Mexl. u-Texns boundary dispute Their hill proposes to place IMI.O'K) In the handa of the retiring Kepub'.i- can attorney generul. A Hemocratic bill for the Hint purpose now fol lows, directing the tut, attorney general 10 curry on thm work. A tritrrl bill on thm auina subject will be offered. It In laid, no that no mat ler what the reault In actually plac ing th work of prosecuting under tto charge of thin person or that, the suggestion of the governor will In all probability he carried out. IrUior Moaaurcw liisiied. Tha Important matter of a budget system for the various aiiite Inntltu tmna, recommended by the governc heinr pushed by a proposed statute nf Republican framing. Xew Jury lawa and lawn gnvernin court pro- redut In cs of Irespaon by nnl main, nn Important Item In the litl gallon of .New Mexico, are now he fore ciitnniltteen In both houses. A law providing for (he tuxlng of privately owned refrigerator earn op ernting in this atat Is nlso under way. This In the law which d Haca suys will yield IJ'i.iPiO annual rev enue to the state. A hew taxation standard for mines and mineral lands seems likely lo be an outcome, of th present leg-slutae spssion, for lulls on this suiijeil are also now on mo docket. The repeui uf the present tax cer tificate law, another rerorm urged In the message, has been shaped In legal form and will probably hp enacted. Incidentally a proposed act In direct conirnveni ion of the governor's wish Is 011 hi, and will probably have & -tormy voyage whn It emerges from rifmmitte. Thin is th law cancell ing back taxes, levied prior lo IKI2 Silver service fur the battleship Xew Mexicn, Increased power for th slat lax cnmtnlssion. acceptance by the stale of provisions of the federal mad act. ureaier supervision of th state land utile, new tcKUiailuns for Its operation, ore items In the liemo- etatic policy that lire ail represented. in ads thai have been limited, pre sented, nnd referred. Tu Id' ImroiliiiiHj. Amnng the bills to lie introduced along the line uf the udininiHtriiiior. program may be named: The adu"l- lon uf mi inheritance tax. the placing ol the olllce of Ihe traveling auditor under the direct supervision of the governor, the uboltllon of the office o insurance commissioner, the pann age of a modified Australian ballot election law, the supervision of build ing and loan associations by the bunk txnmlner, addltlonul powers for Ihe slate hoard nf education, and the es tablishment of further imii-cnmpet-itivn industries at th pnitntlury and reform schnnl. A Ueniocrntic leader la uuthonty fur a statement that nil these items will be brought up at nnce llirtli Cunt nd Ait. Representative C W. Ii. Rryun of I lium county, the same thnt wants to Inx bachelors and old maids, tvis given nut thill he will otTer a birth control law, us soon an he can gel' legal experts lo (ram one. Mr. llrvun is a fanner, and well along In yeurs, and asserts that he "has never been in n senate chamber heloro," nut !- I lien s in the laws he is offering, and I is determined "to muke a record " llis new law would pro Id thai all piTsons ilsir,ng to b married would have to pass a rtricl physical exami nation under th" Uiierlion of th county in which the marr'Oge license wns In be issued If either were, found mentally directive. (,r ortllcted with chronic or incurable disease nf a set ions character, the bans would be oil. olden 111 New .Mexico. ine law has further medical and surreal features that pi utilise to precipitate dJM'l'SMon, Annual Tournament Of Denver Athletic Club Opens Tonight I Br Evening RsialS Ua4 Wirs Penver, Jan. S3. The twenty-fifth annual tournament ol th !nver Athletic club, with about 125 entries in seven boxing clans and about a tenth ol that number In four wrestling lasses, will open tonight to continue throughout the week. The tourna ment In limited tn amateurs, for whose henptll eight boxing1 elnhs In this city have sprung up, or have turned over their facilities to the nnn-profenslonal athletes during; all or pnrt of the last two months. Most nf the boxing entriee ore In th bantam and feather elaseen, lag and lir, or under, aa the tournament la Intended principally lor hoys and young men. The entrlea Include sev eral from local and nearby rnllegna. The bouts, ot which there will he approximately it doxen each night un til Ihe tournament ends, are to be of three rounds each, but If tha Judges are in doubt they may rail for an ex tra round. A. A. U. rules will be used. A referee, w ho remulna continuous ly In the ring;, and a committee of three Judges, two ol whom will net for each bout, will makn the decisions. If the Judges disagree, the referee Cants tliO deciding vote. Hold and eilver watches are to be awarded to the winners In each eluoa. Wilson Expects to Keep in Touch With Members of Congress (By ErsBlnf ' Usa4 Wirsl Washington. Jan. I!. President Wilson plans to go to the capliol two or three times each week to keep In rlo.j touch with members ol the sen ate and house fur the purpose of hur rylng consideration nf his legislative program und avoiding an extra sen slnn. lie hgun the new cuntom today and probably will continue It each Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. NOT GUILTY, IS PLEA inn Hearing of Denver Woman, Ac cused of Killing Her Husband, Begins Today ; Par-reaching In vestigation to be Made. ID RtMtng rtsrate Uih4 Wirsl Lenver, Jan. 22. The hearing of Mrs. Hlella Moore Smith, accused of killing her husband hre several dnj ago, began this morning, the prospict peel m noon being that It would con Hue at least through the day. Tha hearing will determine whether Mrs. Smith shall be annulled to ball, friendr of herself and her divorced husband. W. A. Moure, offering almost unlim ited bond The distrb t attorney op poses granting of bond. Mrs. Kmlth formally wan urraigned nn a charge uf murder and pleaded not guilty. Her attorneys announced they would not presai for bull if their client was assured on enrly trial. Th district attorney said he would be unuble to bring th" ense to trial until innslder- uhle time had been spent in Investigat ing in ither cllies wbe'w the Hmiths' had lived. BLUE SKY LAWS OF 3 STATES ARE UPHELD AS COUSTITuTIOIIAL BY SUPffi COURT Measures Enacted by Ohio, South Dakota and Michigan, Designed to Curb Sale of Fraudulent Securities, Declared Valid. AUTHORITY EXERCISED IS ENTIRELY PROPEE Is Not in Excess of the Polica Powers, High Tribunal PLids; Investors Will Have Protection Against Unmeritorioua Schemes. I Br Rtsnlnt Tlseatg Lsau Win) W'nshingtnii. Jan. KJ lllue sky law of three slates Ohio. South Dakota, and Michigan -designed to curb gal ot fraudulent securities were today up held aa constitutional by the supreme court. The court held that author!! exercised Is mil In excess of th states' "police powers'' and that the law In not a burden upon Interstate commerce in the aula of stocks and bonds. lllue nky lawa, enacted first In Kan- ' as in ll'U wl'h the purpose of pro tecting credulous investors against sales nl worthless stocks and bonds. hava been copied In some measure In more than hail the states of the union. Twenty-six mutes are said to have lawa embracing Ihe fundamental prin ciple ol endeavoring, by cnnstltutonal methods, to prevent aalea ot "get-rlcb-iulck" or "f ly-by-nlght" securities. Three cases brought before the all- preme roiirt and argued together la October, IVIt, roncerned the constitu tionality nf the blue say lawa ol Ohio, Mouth Dakota and Michigan. All bad been held unconstitutional sy lower lederal courts an I their enforcement by slat officials waa enlolned while the officials appealed. The original ntilo law of lIS waa amended Feb ruary , 1I4, by the stnis legislature to meet allege) dtee-f lb South Dakota and Michigan laws. The Mouth Tiakota law of March IH, llt. and the Michigan law nf April 9, ItlS. repeal ing the old 191) act whli h had been held void, were substantially pattern ed after the "model" blue sky law drawn by a committee of Ihe national association ol attorneys general fol low Itn I UK convention. ' I'olnta 1 niler Olnpntr. Two prindpnl points upon which th Ohio. Hoi'th Ihikotn and Michigan acta were declured Void and nnn-enforce-ahle In the lower courts were: That they unduly burden Interstate commerce, of which stocks, bonds and other securities were declared to be Instrumentalities. and thnt the la ve exceed the states' police powers of locel supervision. Th slates, however, contended that the laws prevent fraud unly and. un like the original Kansas type nf blue sky legislation, do not attempt to p vent unwise Investment. Also thy contended that Ihe lawn do not resirli t nr burden Interstate commerce, apply ing only tn sales within the states, and tn prevntuig frauds upon their citi zens are a normal, wise and prevent. - live exercise of stale police power. tleneriilly, the laws provide lor ex aminations ol securities, prospectus and 'eniatlon by etale necnr- ity commissions, or other officials: li censing of deu his. and penalties of $1,1)10 fines nnd one year's Imprison ment f. r violations. The Ohio law, however, applies only to sales within the stale of recttrilics on Priirty out shle of th slat, tha K, ,nth link'.ta and Michigan laws applying lo both. Also, th Inwi generally eien.pt cer- Punitive Expedition Begins Its Movement From El Valle Toward Border, Is Report icon w. llU lhll I I'l'lll l III I'lllW n. Tin. wete 11 rr sohltl 1 lure uf the t ,.n Thev -itini! Imni met led veste ii 'I VI omen loin c l-i in lu'iiiv. In ruiaii7.i I'd IV for l.'lK UK pic- cul l i-oli n 11,1 l"l t .!! a -l . re I de c e.l a I I er It. ,.f I 11 each Bank Clearings Today Tin1 cli'iiriiij-'s nf the All'ii- lUI'H!le IlllllliS tmliiy WlTP : $40,944.92 Pensions for Blind Persons Proposed in A Colorado Measure Illy r.sinf rt.rslil t.il Wiml 1 1, liver, Jan. ;.'. - I'ensions f..r In .l ii, nl 1. 1. ml net sous are proposed in .1 lull mil. ..lie ed t...l.iv by lieptesenta live James :! I nw mug. of Aspi 11. who 1. hiin-i 'I -11 hit' in the lower hon-c of Ine l,a;ishituic The 1 nl piniiili s lor 11 pen-ion fund to 1. .idmiiiisieri d l' 1 commission of 'lh,. limn V.I111I1 pavmenlw of 1 I ' ' 1 vi .1 an' to he Paul sli'htless pel 'no . i,.,t pni'li1' 1 I1.11 es, who '. J .ii nine I. iliau f '.mi a year andj I Be Eveslng BersIS LesltS Wirsl 1 Jiiarei, Mx.. Jan. 2 J. American triiics of the punitive expedition were marching from KI Valle In Culonlu Imlilai, today, according to a messago recelvel from I'usaa Cru ndes al 2 o'clock today These troops were ex pected lo reach t'olonlu I'ublan lu night, where they will go Into camp for 11 rest beio re proceeding toward the border, the message added. This mess.ig also slated thnt a force of American troops left t'ol ..111. 1 I ml, Ian early today, proceeding in, 11I1 nn Ih C..111111U11I1H tmn line to establish 11 temporary field base tor ih expedition when it starts on Its mil eh In the l",Nlr nt 1 '.ilunibus. N. M. Thin march won believed here lo hive been the llrst movement of Ihe punitive expedition toward the border from th Held heinhiuai ters Thr 111 Vullc troo,,o. numbering Hp proxumiti'ly i.'.ai'i) men, started nmv ItiK nt ilavi.i yesterday morning, ac cording In iiieMioiges re-'elved here from I'.isus flrriiiden today. VI y niotof trucks which passed I'usas ilrandes I'riilav for Valle. nil r-'polted to have ben loiiih'd with liifnillv troops an. I to have stall I tow 'rd t'n I, .nla luihlati with th iiivairv .,-iiiiis guarding tliein. uc ciiidiug m this sum ri'liiibl source od supplies tor Ihe soldiers and feed for the cnxglry horses were rent north from fielj headitiariers nt ol onln I'ublan early todny. accnrillng to these messages which have been re ceived from t'fis.i Granites. Thei supplies will be left at Ihe teniporary field has somewhere norm nf I'aion' i Imhlan. lor Ihe use of the men and horses when Ihey start northward from field hen biiurlrs. The KI Valle garrison, ll was re ported here, would prof-eed north toward the border tomorrow ufier resting in Colnnla I'ublan nought They were in heavy marching 01, le, ami will probably lead ilenerul I'er- nhing's column to the border. I I. I'AWI l,Stl MI-:RS THAT imrnw tun mhvi mi nt is ti KI 1'aso, Tx.. Jan. Hi Inlornia lion was r lved at the I'nrrunia consulate here late today from tv- l'o, allying the American punitive ex pedition had begun Its movement from lil Vnlle toward the border. The general movement of American iroopM tonal I I'liluiul'iiK. N. M., Irion 1 'o bulla I 'nl, I in. the field base, la ex peeled to tie under wny within Ihe next twenty four hours, ll wne said at I lie 11,11-iilale. Thui Information, it was soul, WHS "i.lia.leic.t very reliable.