The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Monday, March 15, 1909 Page: 1 of 12
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Jo I Talk ' Vour Business
; 24Tl7rEAB.r. fCC 5 3 nOUSTOTEXAfc JIODAY MARCH 15. 1909.
PRICE. B CENTS.
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Honduras Salvador and' Nicaragua Have yA
pealed to the United States for Help. .
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SUAJMARY OF NEWS
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PARSONS FOR BOND I e"
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The Appolotmeot of Loeb to
Strengthen His Fences.
LOOKING OUT FOR COOPER
Col. Cecil Lyon Favors Texan for
MOVE STARTED BY W. H. CRAIN
Charles A. Edwards Former Texan
Tells of First Agitation to Change
Inauguration From March to
latter Part of April.
V FRANK H. BUSHICK.
WASHINGTON Maroh M.-That Room-
velt's dead Ipaaa will VlM aaln and that
fVaahlnfton wtll aea more of htm In an
official capacity la believed more and
mora by cloaa ooeerren of the recent
frame-up la New York. Mr. Roosevelt
can not cat the presidency again at laaat
not rlcbt away but that he plana an-
other career the first stepa of yrhich !
an election to the senate is borne out
by many thins.
All hla efforts of the laat three years
fcave been toward capturing the party
tnaootnery. Thlshe used to scuttle the
Hughes presidential boom and displace)
the Odell and PI4U men with Roosevelt
men. As boss be dictated the election of
Boot aa senator to succeed Piatt and his
latest move) was to arrange for the ap-
pointment of Iioen hla private secretary
to the oolleetorshlp of the port of New
Tort the most powerful political post in
Qavemor Hughes the highest type of
republican politician who haa appeared
ginoe Lincoln is understood to aspire to
' uooeed Depew in the senate two years
' Cr ben -now. If ifr.. RooasvelV wanted
. merely a high order f.'iybUe servant h
would b satisfied with Hughes. nut
I awupied with the Hugh niais
I tbe anBounoemant that Hurbert Parsons
t tl Roosevelt eounty chalrroan. also
a'leantg te be. senator. Th parsona can?
V ldaky ia alfciulcaau It ja believed to
1m a blind.
ROOSEVELT RJ5AL ASPrRANT!
It Is thought in Washington that Govf
ftrnor Hughes' real rival for De pew's seat
la the senate Is Theodore Rooeeveit.
If ore than a year ago it waa Intimated
that Mr. Roosevelt would accept election
to the senate as Mr. Piatt's successor.
But the situation waa chanced when the
African hunt was planned and the man-
tle of Piatt fell upon Root. Mr. Rooee-
' velt's expedition to the Dark continent
r1!l take him out of the United States
or a Uttle more than one year. When he
returns the active contest for the succes-
sion of Senator Depew will be in prog-
With the aid of the State machine re-
inforced by the patronage and power of
Collector Loeb's office there could be or-
ganised an opposition to Governor
Hughes' candidacy for the senate ostensi-
bly In the Interest of Mr. Parsons but
actually tn the Interest of Mr. Roosevelt.
In this aspect of the situation in New
York Collector Loeb may be. as he la al
ready represented to be In some quarters
'the political forerunner and manager of
Mr. Roosevelt Is still but GO. In ten
years front now he will be younger than
Buchanan waa when elected president.
Roosevelt Is still ambitious. He loves the
limelight and as a politician of resource
and skill ha la unmatched In either party.
- Official power and political Influence are
essential to hla happiness. If he were
elected to the senate aa the successor of
Mr. Depew he would again be In a posi-
tion to further his ambition for another
term In the White House. The talk of
ending Mr. ' Parsons to the senate may
be merely for political strategy. Mr. Par-
gona may D only a decoy a rather
clumsy one tto waver the event may
how for a statesman of Mr. Roosevelt's
magnitude. On this basis of speculation
' It la not difficult to understand why Mr.
Roosevelt naked as a personal favor the
appointment of Mr. Loeb to the New
York collector ship. Mr. Loeb Is to
strengthen the Roosevelt "fences and to
help create a public demand for Mr.
Stooeevelt's election to the United States
Where a Texan Is Needed.
1- Had the bill to Increase the interstate
commerce commission by two additional
members become a law InsYtast of being
pigeonholed by the senate after It had
passed the house it ia not unlikely that
by this time Tela would hava represen-
tation on this Important tribunal tn one
of her most axperienoed and popular
(tubllo men of the democratic faith. -
When Proaident"Rooeevelt '.voluntarily
"broached the matter of appointing Con-
giesimsn Bain Brans Cooper to good
place upon his retirement from oongreaa.
It is understood he had In -view some-
thing la Jexa. .About this time the
trouble arose In the senate over two of
1 Colonel Cecil Lyon's Brownsville appoint-
menta which were held up by the Texas
eaator it ' the instance of Jamas B."
- Wells et Brownsville and other Texas '
! etwocrfctaJ'' V "'"' 'in'
I Lyon whllo personally friendly to
Cooper felt that under the circumstance
he eould not afford. for the sake of hla
organisation and htsf prestige aa a leader
to permit ova of the leading democrat
of Texas to be appointed to on of the
beat Federal lob fa the State. Cooper
: TEZ WXATHEB.
Forecast for Houston: 'and Vicinity for
Monday: Fair warmer; ' .1
Temperature and precipitation at Hous-
ton'' for Uie twenty-four hours ended at
I 'p. m. Sunday: .Maximum K. mini-
mum 47. ;
Precipitation M. ' "
(Atfcisttd Prtu X'rr.)
WAJ5HINOTON Maroh It. East Texas
Fair Monday and Tuesday with rising
temperature light variable winds.
West Texas Pair Monday an-ues-day;
Oklahoma Fair Monday and Tuesday
with rising temperature. . -
Louisiana Fair Monday and Tuesday ;
warmer Tuesday; moderate north winds.
THE "Insurgents" predicted success in
their efforts to defeat the rules In the
THE secretary of the treasury accepted
the aites for Federal bulldUufs at Hllls-
boro and Bonham.
CONGRESSMAN' 8HEPPARD missed
connections at Denison and will be late
PRESIDENT TAFT attended the Pres-
byterian church attended by two frock-
coated secret service' men.
RENE REED of Calcasieu parish was
ahot down by negroes and robbed.
THE ALABAMA RIVER Is raging and
may reach a crest of fifty-five feet.
T. H. KNI8LEY killed himself at Mc-
Aleeter Okie. by swallowing creosote.
THE stock market of the week waa dis-
tinguished by Its unimpressionable char-
acter. TEXTILE A8BOC1AT1UMH of the Boutn
will discuss' the tariff at Atlanta on
-E. M. LAKE a farmer shot and killed
ma wire ana auiea mmseu at feari
THTO APPLICATION for a franchise for"
' the piping of natural gas was made to
the New Orleans council.
THE ' COOPER-SHARP defense an-
nounced a verdict of acquittal would be
returned in thirty minutes.
CHARLES W. MORSE'S fortune Is dis-
sipated and wife's Jewels were sold to
pay attorneys' feea In trial.
THE HOME of C O. Renner an Antl-
Saiooa league attorney at Martinsville
Ind.. .was wrecked by: dynamite.
THE UtaltedStatea army transport Logan
went aground whjle entering the har-
bor of Honotula. . but was not -data
- aged. .:';-;' y r Tgv.ur.
FRANK- O. JBRUCE killed himself In
New York Just a he received a letter
stating a patent he asked for bad been
MRS. W1LLSON was seriously Injured
In a runaway at- Frankfort. Ky.. in
which the governor's party narrowly es-
I caped death.
SENSATIONAL CHARGES were made
in motions to quash the Indictment
against Governor Haskell and others
filed in Muskogee. Okla.
THE telegraph and telephone operators
in Paris threatened to atrlke.
A GERMAN ahlp was sunk and twenty
of her crew drowned In a collision off
MANY suspects were arrested in Palermo
for the murder of Detectives Petrosino
of New York.
NO UNTOWARD incident marked the
first month of President Gomes' ad-
ministration in Cuba.
IT was reported from Mexico that - the
disorders In South America had for
their purpose the forced Intervention
of the United States.
THE senate retained all of It employes
but a half a doaen.
MRS. CHARLES HILSON was attacked
by a white man near Roby.
REV. JOHN L. BRANDT of St. Louis
began a revival meeting In Taylor.
FOUR of the arrivals on the Cassell at
Galveston were sent to the hospital.
FIRE on the Jefferson street side of the
Dallaa court house did SSMIOO damage..
IN a trivial dispute J. C. Brown was
tilled at Diboll. J. F. Nutter la dying.
CRUDE oil In the Corel cana and Powell
oil fields waa advanced S cents a barrel.
A. B. SCOTT waa appointed assistant
observer of the weather bureau at. Galveston.-
SPEAKER KlNEDY states that It la
his intention fb resign but he did not
A NEGRO restaurant and rooming house'
at Bay.Clty was partially (destroyed by
BUCHANAN recovered SUM from the
Contral at Hempstead for damage .by
OU8 NELSON a Port Arthur dock work-
er died at Beaumont following a blow
on the head.
CHAIRMAN STOREY recognised W. M.
Piereon aa the only democratic chair-
man of Dallas.
THE home' of J. J. Richards a rural
matt carrier near Denton waa destroyed
by fire; loss 1100.
LIEUTENANT COLONEL BUTTLER.
said that the Texas National Guard will
rank wtth any other In the Union.
W. W TURNET withdrew from the race
for president of the Texas Cattle Rais-
ers' association In favor of A. fT Mc-
' Faddln of Victoria. . y
THE bill to appropriate JS6O.0OO for a
- State water and light plant at Ibe cap-
ital alarmed the Austin water and light
THE Browns defeated the Buffeloea '
to i. Ii...'
THE New York Giants defeated. Dallaa
U to 1.
THE Colt' division of the Giants de-
feated 'Fort Worth I to I
THE Browns and Buffaloes will play
Wednesday. Saturday sad Sunday. .
DOAK ROBERTS of the Buffaloes will
go north on a scouting trip far players.
IT WAS stated on good authority that
there will be racing on-aevaral course
THE opposing factions In the Johnson
celebration matter in uarveston. seitiea
their dlfferenoee. .
CHRISTIAN ENDBAVQRERS wijl take.
1 op Fleteherlam. c -
RJBVIVAL meeting begun at Central?
Christian church. .v.-- '
REV. J. tL WRAT paid a tribute to ioha.
Wesley at Bheara church 4
'CHRIBT8 8ILENCE" waa Rev. J. H.
. . Behnken's theme at Trinity. Lutheran
" church. ... v -.'.'...'
;C0VNTT BuBB'' oonrenUoa-at
V lit! g -T -a; M. AW
f - (itr i-rjmu
WRECK ON SUNSET
BEVEN1XEIT FASSEN0EBS IN-
JUEED TWO FATALLY.
Big Engine San Into Open Switch
Into Svitch Engine at
(Houston Pest Special.)
SAN ANTONIO. Texas March 14.
Seventeen passengera were. Injured some
seriously and one or two perhaps fatally
whan heavy Southern Pacific Dassenger
train No. 10 ran into an open switch and
crashed headlong againat a switch engine
standing on a sidetrack; In the yards at
Sanderson S0 miles west of San Antonio
at S: o'clock this morning.
It Is said a switching crew In the yards
had left the switch open intending to
make a coupling and clove It In ample
time before the passenger train had-
reached it but this was a bad calculation
and the disastrous wreck followed.
The paasenger consisted of four Pull-
mans two chair care tourist car smoker.'
baggage and' mall car and while all .re-
mained upright on the tracks the Jarring
waa moat. sever and some of to light
work waaABmollshed. The frame re-
mained intact.' however the. quality of '
the car preventing" a telescoping. The
train la tbKjhrough paasenger from Cali-
fornia anil the equipment the best the
Southern Pacific affords. V
Both engines were battered up pretty
badly and a new locomotive brought the
train Into Sao Antonio two hours late at
1 o'olock tonight. - : v '
Thrilling stories of the excitement pre-
vailing following the crash and the. mad
camperings of passengers to get out' of
the' Pullmans and coaches are told "by
some of those who escaped injury and'
who came on to San Antonio. . Many wo-
men were frightened almost Into hys-
terics and some of the Injured had to D
extricated from pinioned positions . under-
neath seata. Emma Goldman waa on the
train but waa uninjured. That several
passengers escaped with their Jives ls de-
clared miraculous. " '
' The most seriously Injured are V. J.
Desmond of Milwaukee Wis. who waa
thrown .back in hla aeat and an old rup-
ture injured. and Scott Phillips waiter
in the dicing car who HVes at Los An-
geles and who claims to be suffering in-
tensely from internal Injuries.. .-
the Young Men'a Christian Association
beginning (Saturday. f- 5 'i -
"JUDAS ISCARIOT WAS AVED do-
dared Rev. John L. William at Mo
Ashen Methodist church. . . . I
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- '' k ' Houston.
.'COMMITTEES will visit San Jacinto thl'a
week and plan the. work of making Int-
f provementa. . - - . .
' PREDICTED that cut of Texan 'company
.Ja the opening of prolonged fight be-
tween1 three eompanieB. v
-CONrKRENCE of Baptist worker hHIl
open at-the First church Tuesday and
.'continue through -Friday. ; . A -
CONTRACTORS make etatementa oon-
earning the employment.! of negro for
; -the common labor on- their building
eontrscta .' .' - ;
. HARRIS County ' Bar aasoclatien will .
J meet thla moralng- to adopt resolutions
1 on the death of John Kennedy.' -Funeral
tola atteraooa at 1 - -
SEAL FIGHT BT "ALLIES" IN
j -' THE HOirSE TODAY.
Naming of Committees by Speaker
' of Home Body Depends on the
Strength of the Insurgents.
(Atsociottd PrrrS Rtptrt.)
WASHINGTON (Maroh K Tomorrow
will see one of the roost interesting fights
that ha' taken place on tfe floor of the
house of representatives la a number of
year. If. aa has-been the custom. Mr.
Dalsell of Pennsylvaayi. moves the pre-
vious question on- the motion to adopt
for .the 8lxty-f Irat congrsss the rule of
the present congreaa' the "Insurgents"
and Use democrat dzfli vote together in
aa' effort to ofeotJh previous question
motion. Should they be successful they
will offer a resolution : providing for the
election of a rule committee of fifteen
which WQI be instructed to report to the
house on the first Monday in DeceViber a
xeet of rules to b adopted for tbe Sixty-
first congress. 'Speaker Cannon Is to
appoint the committee on way and
means accounts "aad mileage for the
special session. - S;
86 confident of 'victory are the rallies''
the lnsurenta" and the democrats
that Champ Clark declared tonight he
would have been elected speaker of the
'house had the "alfiee" another week In
which to prepare for the fray.. Thl aa-
ertfon waa based largely "on the fact
that various republksan have received a
Wrg- number it I telegram today ' from
.their oonstltuent -urging them to defeat
Cannon- for speakef. J"
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RENEW ANTI-CANNON FIGHT
i It wag said by the democrats that many
who had thought It tmjMMalbl to defeat
Mr. Cannon were encouraged by the vote
at the ' republican 'oaaoua last night to
renew their fight agateat Wm. It I re-
iterated.: however byv 'tnaurgenU" and
democrats that the fight will not be made
on tbe speakership. There are Indica-
tion that ' former- Prealdent Roosevelt
will receive a conapllmontary vote from
some of those whoar apposed to Cannon
for speaker. ' '
The democratic leader tonight claim
they will bare at least MS member pres-
ent tomorrow .tof vote down the previous
question while they claim the "Insur-
gent have thirty-four members In line
for the fight on tn rules.
Representative GoMfogm of New York
whq Is suffering from a. serious affection
of hla .knee ia determined to be present
if hi physicians will permit. He will
have ..to be carried to hbj seat It be at-
tenda. ' . ' ''' '. c .
.' Mr. Clark learned tonight that several
democrat who. It waa feared would not
t here would bo on band. Representa-
Uvo Clark; of Florida who i at Mul-
cloon' aanitarium. wired that Hepreaenta-
trr Carrier of Now Hampshire had prom-
iaed Ma 1 that hwould bo paired. . .
'NEW MBMBKR "VrrLtk BR ON HAND.
Represeatatlve legar of South Caro-
Unaj arho baa been lU for torn time i
c tanned alao to b paired with a repnb-
lloan memberj. Champ" Clark received a
telegram noday. which Indicate that the
mnrr rr rnrsrfj-iir ir- tinm jLRjubrirriruw" Lfinji
I 11 (CenUatMd on pv Twe
V5a Howton in Future.
INTENDS TO RESIGN
KENNEDY HAD JT 0 THOUGHT OF
Canons Held by His Friends Decided
on Baybnrn as Successor Oppo-
nents to Get Together Today.
(Houston Post Sttcial.)
AUSTIN Texas. March 14. Speaker
Kennedy having throughout the day de-
clined to discuss the question of what
course he Intended to pursue with regard
to the resignation resolution adopted by
the house last night the Impression was
current tliat he intended to disregard it.
But all doubt on this subject waa re-
moved tonight when he made the follow-
ing statement to the representatives of
the press: "I am going to resign; I never
had any Intention of doing anything else
since last night's vote."
Mr. Kennedy declined to be specific as
to the time when he would resign how-
ever. "I am not saying now as to that." was
the way he answered a question on that
These talks were made after 11 o'clock
tonight and subsequent to the breaking
up of a caucus of those who had stood by
him during the fight against the resig-
nation resolution calling upon him to re-
sign. At this caucus it was decided to
support Sam T. Kayburn of Fannin coun-
ty for the place to be vacated by Mr.
Kennedy. This eliminates Mr. Standlfer
from the list of possibilities aa he par-
ticipated in thla caucus.
THE OPPOSITION CAUCUS.
Those who voted to call upon Kennedy
to resign will caucus tomorrow morning.
Tonight they are discussing Robertson of
Travis. Crockett of Washington and Gil-
more as possibilities. Mr. Gllmore stated
tonight however that he would under
no circumstances consent to run. This
narrows the choice down between Rob-
ertson and Crockett. The open aversion
.. ... .J.li.tntlnn InfllienC which
possesses not a few of those who are
counted upon to participate In this pro-
posed caucus will militate against Rob-
ertson a he te looked upon as in ad-
ministration spokesman. Like Clnclit-
natus. though he is standing between the
plow handles ready to be roped.
As to Mr. Crockett he Is a parUcularly
strong man snd would not duck the
honor were It thrust upon him.
Mr tialnes will probably support the
nominee of this latter caucus. Mr. Hill
will vote for Rayburn. If he does not
Irave for home In the meantime aa be la
figuring on possibly doing.
As to the outcome of the impending
race it is dllflcult to forecast It. the mar-
Bis twins at this time apparently very
THOMAS LEFT FOR HOME.
Thomas of Hopkins left for North
Texas tonight. As to the situation In
his senatorial district a telegram waa
received here tonight stating that lb
executive committee thereof haa tendered
the nomination for the seat vacated by
Thomas to Nat P. Djak of Red Rive
county one of the Texa presidential
elector at the last election. - ; -i
Those who have been classing Attorney
General Davidson aa a posssibie candi-
date for governor In the next State cam-
naurn mav be interested In knowing that
K ha qulw recently aald that he will
most likely be a candidate for a eat In
JhT lower house for th. Thirty-second
legislature. He wants to see- Jewel P.
ijxhtfoot elected attorney general. he
live and will shape hi course o aot
to Interfere with Mr. Ltghtfoot'a ohaaoe.
of auccesa. . . j
FBEDICTED THAT OTHER COK;
FANLES WILL XXET FBJCES
Has Been Bitter Local Biralry Espe
eially in the Smaller Towns.'
Begins Prolonged Fight
It I expected that the out of 1 cents
per gallon on oil made by the Texa com-
pany and- which become effective today
will precipitate an oil war tn Texas and.
perhaps' throughout the South
Inquiry from official eonnooted with
the three companl the Texa company
the Water Pierce and the Gulf Refining
company failed to elicit any Information
concerning the meaning of th cut. It
I stated that while there has been no out
and out wax between the three companies
that there ha been much local rivalry.
Thla It 1 stated has finally broken Into
an open war. . V.
An official of the Water Pierce com-
pany waa asked yesterday what waa th
meaning of th cut by th Texa com-
pany and while he waa very ratloent he
stated that that was a matter which they
had no Information upon. It was evident
from hi manner however that th pub-
lished cut of S cents the gallon had cre-
sted quite a stir among the official of
the Water Pierce. When asked if it
was likely that his company would meet
the cut ho mad th Blgniuoant remark:
"W are not ready to leave th Stat.'
This is taken to mean that th Water
Pierce company will meet th price of
the Texa company and while . nothing
tangible could be secured from th Gulf
Refining company. It 1 Intimated . by
tboee not connected wjth that company
who are discussing the cut and who seem
to possess information that th Gulf com-
pany alao will take a hand Jn tbe fight.
Up to within about. four year ago the
Waters Pierce company practically had
the Texaa Sold to Itself and 'agsnclea'
were .opening In everg tqwn r" anjr' cog-.
sequence In the State r3fS73&7
Tb southwestern company tn com-
pany which own' .tlm.:i'.iieSsB''lB
Houetnnr began oecurrag a foothold oyer;
the State until Uie company had estab-'
llshed agencuw m tnany of "th larger
towns. In fact there were agencies Jn
nearly every' town to the State of a popu-
Utlon in excess of 1S.0M. Th Giilf Re-
fining company entered 'the field and ;
while tlwr was no war local competition
was pretty stiff. Later the Texa com-
pany entered the field and after th ad-
vent of that company th Southwestern
gradually began discontinuing It gnrls
.tiptil finally the plant bor -waa closed
down entirely and. several- month ago
waa dismantled and baa been standing
Idle ever since. !.'. ."....
RIVALRY HAS GROWN BITTER.
The Texa company kept pushing Into
the territory already covered by the Wa-'
ten Pierce and the Gulf until now In al-
most every town lah State of any con-
sequence and for that matter In almost
every town in the South there are three
local agencies representing each of the
three companies. -
In a number of instance In th smaller-
towns where there la- more than . one
agency the rivalry at times between th
local agents haa become bitter.
While the bead officials of each com--pany
apparently held aloof from these
locaKflght. It Is stated that thla spirit
of rivalry haa grown to such extent until
the head official have become in a meaa-
ure Influenced and that this bad brought
about an open war by -the dec la ration" of
the Texas company In reducing the price
2 cents a gallon- which it wa expected
the other companle ' would - promptly'
of those who appear to bo coo- '
versa nt with condition predict that thl
I only the beginning that there will be
further cut and that the fight will be
probably be continued Indefinitely.
Adranoe in Crude Oil.
Houston Post Sfociol.t
COR8ICANA. Texa. March 14. Th
producer of heavy crude oil of the Coral-.
cana and Powell oil fields were mad a
little richer yeeterday by the riee In th
price of crude oil.
The price haa been et cent per barrel
for some time but yesterday afternoon
the Navarro Refining company posted no-
tice raising the price of heavy crude oil to
SO cents per barrel. ' -
TBANSPOBT LOGAN AGBOUND.
Carried More Than 800 Soldiers
Position Not Dangerous. '
(Assoei4 Prott Rtfrt.
.HONOLULU. March It Th United
States 'army transport Logan.' which
sailed from 8an Francisco March . went
aground while entering the harbor hut
night. It. a believed th vessel i not
damaged and. that her position Is aot
Tbe Logan la conveying Brigadier Gen-
erals Carter Brush and Davis. United
State army and more than SO officer
and enlisted men of the Thirteenth caval-
ry to Manila. The soldier are bound for
service in the Philippine and were gath-
ered from Fort Meyer; Virginia Fort
Bhertdan. Illinois and For Leavenworth
Kansas. .; '. -. ..
L GOV. WILSON - IN vBiTNAWAT.
Mrs. Wilson Was. Sexionsly Injured
; at Frankfort Xy.
(.Atoocit4 Pros JttOeet.) '-- -FRANKFORT'
Ky March 14.-OOV-rnor
and Mrs WQlsen and their gueit.
Mr. -and Mr. -Rooert Mv Lyman of New
York very aarrowtr escaped death when
the horses attached t Governor WtHsea
carrlag raa'away late thl afternoon. '
i Aa the result af th accident- Mr. Will-
son wa readered unconscioua two of her
front . teeth were brokea - and h-sr left
wrtot fractured i Governor WUbKNr wa
bruised -oa many parte of Ma Jtody Mr.
Lyman's race was cut and oontusex
Mrs Lyman waa to oaly member f the
- party mot mjuiw. r
Federate the Five Republ
.Then Step Out- '
ARE BACKED BY ZELA
Salvidorcin President WoaSd
tire With Amassed Fortes.
U. S. CHARGE READY TO LE
Gregory Will Yaeate Xanagna
Washington Following Orders 1
Beport -on Futility of the
;' '. v-Emery Claims
i lAsjoeiottd Prots Rsfert.) W- v .!
MEXICO . CITY March . 14.-Accord
to J.-H. Graham''' an American trav
who haa recently returned to thl
after vlaifJng all of the Central Amerl
capitals th. trouble Vomented ln t
region by President Zelaya of Nleara
la th ireault of a definite program h
Ing for the purposo the enforced In
vention of the United State In Ceni
American affair. Both Honduras i
Salvador have already appealed to
state department at Washington to in'
vene and" Zelaya la 1 co-operating : v
them acoordlag to this autnOTity.
w Zelaya and th other: Central Amerl
executive can not. retire as that mi
mean .a'-f fortune'-or life (If In
vention WUl bring about Uu fedokaUor
the t!V republics allowing th' f"
ruler to step down into private i.' '
peaoefuDy enjoy th bug fortune t
have tnsd. the- present puipone
Zelaya and his associate will oav b
approved according to Mr. Graham.
Message From Zelaya. . '
Xn-:st Pt JtarU -Z
" WASHDrOTONf. March : M.-enor :
plao Nicaragua) mlnteter to the UC
Stat; today received Important adv!
.from bl govsrmnent relative to the c
K troveray hetween th United State i
Ntoafagu. wtmm h will eemmunlo
. to-the jrtate department at t o'clock a
cenreranoO - with" Secretary Knox. . .1
slightest Intimation' of" th nature
. President XeUya'a mesaag to hte mil
tor here wa not divulged by th lattei
Benor Esplnos. who wa aaked c
earning the reported military activity
President Zelaya and the warlike p
gram which th letter had apparen
outlined .merely replied that. so far
he had beeb. iafortted "quioc eoDdiU
prsvklld In Nicaragua- and "ho dt
that he -waa disposed to doubt that b
tlUtto had broken out between hi cot
try -and- Salvador.- "-''. ?.'i-';?v :".. .'
A highly opttralatlo view of the pre
situation which to . the 'department
Waahtngton . seemed somewhat eomr
by reason of the attitude of the Nlca
guan government in adjusting th Em
pl.lm im. tabM hv AenAr - RimtlM.'.
representative of the Associated Fn
Tonight tn mloltr declared that :
aragua would -not auffer her friendly
laUona with the United States .to
trained and .poawlMy broken off. 1
eanao of th Emery claim or any otl
similar. controversy t'; rl::
S A CONFERPJfCE TODAT.
"My silent attitude sine the- trou
arose haa been a little mlsunderstoo-
sald the minuter; 'Init I now "Want
etate that I have received taformat
from my government and I ylli con:
with the secretary of state tomorrow.
Vtvl the earnest desire of aay govei
ment to-retain th racpeot and upp
of th United State and everything p.
alble will be done to preserve the o
dial bond of sympathy which ha alws
'"I can not discus officially or oth
wise th view at present taken by i
government relative to th Emery clai
but you- may aay that my governm
will not permit this matter or any otl
to disturb the poacaful raiatlona w
your svornmant. (j it '-
Both th state aad aavy. departmei
were wttbont official dispatch e tod
relative to the progress of events In C
tral America and the officials are'
without detailed lntormation regardi
th .reported outbreak of hostllitioa t
tween Nicaragua and Salvador.
.At th Mexican embassy tonight It w
aald that Ambassador De La Barra h
not been advised ot any naval ngn
ment between th gunboat of Ntearag
and San Salvador. ... .
Gregory Beady'to LeaY. -
(AssociottiPTtss-KttoH.) ; r
. MANAGUA March It-John Ht Gre
ory : charge f the American legal!1
hare. Will leave on the next steamer f
the United State following order r
celve! from Washington. Ho wiU make
report to hla government on th aituatl
in Nicaragua and will give special atte
tloh to th matter of th claim of Geor
D. Emery againat the Nicaraguan go
eminent which after granting hire co
ceaalon to cut mahogany aad imp-
supplle free seiaed. bls entire plant u
tuwosed a fin Ur failure to meet v
requlremeate of ih contract. .
BENE NEED WAS SHOT tC
Fonr Negroes Arretted for A.
n Calcasien Parish Kan.
kVZlttottm W'rt ' "
LAKE CHARLES La March 3
Ren Re a prominent eltlaen c i
casieu parish; was ahot down by e
and robbed of list near his horn
too teat night. r . ? '. " -:
Two negroea Bav been lurreai- '
ed wtth' th deed and four otb
tat two women brought in
Mr. -Reed 1 alive ton
weuada will likely prv f
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