Toi'KKA, Kan., .J:m. :20. - Governor Humphrey submitted .1 mrssage to the Legislatura Monda.y afternoon ealling attentiem to :i dispatch sent him from Rawlins County telling of extreme suffering from eold and hungerthere and asking the Legislature for assistance. lic BUggested that an omergency bill be rushod through authorizing the warden of the State penitentiary to furnish all the coal uecessary from the State minos mar Leavenworth. When the message was sabmltted the Representative from Kawlins County read a telegram saying that many farmers wcre burnlng their furniture for fuel and that twelvo inches of snow was on the ground. The bill will be passed.