El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 30, 1913 Page: 1 of 12
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EL PASO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. JULY 30. 1913 TWELVE PAGES
PRICE FIVE CEN'
WOULD REPEAL ARMS EMBARGO
Henry Lane Wilson Defends
His Actions in Mexico City
CULLED LIAR COPPER MINE
UNDERWOOD ALrHO TEI.lS MUIi-
HAIX HE IS BLACK.
-i i m or txmrucra tk
DAY IS WHICH MNY MK
WF.Itl l.ll RED.
COMMITTEE FINISHES LETTERS
SMITH STUDY MEXICO VILLA
ACT! N B
EL PAHO COIVflfUCMMAM WOULD
BARK BACK TO ill I
PRESENT ATTITUDE UNLAWFUL
(Hymn PrvsaMent QwnUonabte Author
lty to Violate Um Real NeatnU.
lty law of the Country.
JUSTICE DEMANDS IMMEDIATE REPEAL
f.lm the ConnUtuttonal Force hi
Mexico Samp Right aa Are
Given Huerta Forces.
Bp Time ftprriml Corrrmpondrnt
Waahlagten D. C. duly t. A Isola-
tion introdorrd la the Basse today by
Ceagreaunaa Nmlth at Tnat weald re-
pnl the Joint resolution approves. Msreh
14 lilt nhlrh ealhsilssd the imMnl
at tha Cnltrd Htatre to prohibit the hlp-
aiat at arau lata Maxlea with neh ex-
rrplon sad limitation aa h might
deem proper ar expedient.
SMITH fM'ltlvs RKHOI.CTION.
la eiplanatlnn of hla resolution Csa-
ro? tn Smith Maid: "It la a wall ree-
OS "licet principle of International law
that helllgeceats may rant lata tha ter-
ritory at a aaalral nation aad than pur-
chsse aad remove aay article shalsi. icr
rtrn In trumrnti at war nale tha right
ba denied by express statnte; Iff how-
ever tha object af each aa act ha to fm-
pe.ie tha aparattaaa af ssthir belllge.
rrni power aad ta favor tha at bar. It
la a . lolotlon af neutrality.
"I think tha Joint resolution at March
14. Ilt ought to he revealed bias use it
mi in or lies a violatloa af aeatrallty aad
by virtue af It aeatraJHy under later-
national law la being violated la the re-
let lona with Mexico.
n NOT DIMBInrVATK.
"If condition were ever ueh aa ta
JnMIfy aneh a eoerse by oar gevere-
mrat aarh eaadltlaaa da net ax tat aew.
Ta favor the adxalalatratlea et a rec-
ognised oeaatltatlaaal gevernnaswt a
wax that af Madera aad ta discriminate
agalpat tbaae vrha ware la laaarrertlaa
egnlast htm may have beea Jaetlflable
bat upmm what araaada eaa wa Justify
oararleae eehaa wa pal axil tha ahtpairat
of araia aad ammunition ta tha leave at
aa usurper who now held hi po.lt Ion
a head af tha Mexteaa a aoraaat
through traarhery aad xaarder. while at
tha apa time we dear the shipment at
arend lo tha people who are gsllwnfly
nutating ta reeter to tb waive eaa.
tltalianal government f Caa are da ae
upon the ground that the belligerency
f the Const Uutlosallata has aet heaa
formally reeegatsed by aT Wa axa
aaawer thla a era lien by aaylaa that
a either have wa yet I ecgnl d the
government a' Ihe aaarper Haerta.
-II MIl'MI NH THAL1TY.
"I am rlear la lay own mind that wa
a tight te rename a position ef aeetrelHy
la till- mailer aad that all the right
sreordrd by International law te the
belligerent.. Including tha right ta ae-
tinlre arm aad ammunition ta thla eeun-
tri . aheald be reatered te them
"The reeaeaa far my position are
"I It would relieve aai
tree the reproach that we ought te feel
for standing la the way af a iruatllag
people who belag I nap I red by the aplrlt
of tea liberty are fighting far can-
al I tut lona I govrrument-
" It weald place aa barb a aaa tha
afe foundations ef aeatrallty aad
greatly leeeea the danger ef a ma-
ilt i wltb the Mr Iran paaple.
"1 it wealdl give the t'eaatltutlea-
allata the avaaas af aaeaaaa. Ft a my
knowledge ef tha altaastlea. I boilers
they oeaatltnte aa averwhelmlag ma-
jority at the paaple af Maxlea. With
all their disadvantage they already
hare tha Haarta government whipped.
11. en aaffleleat arm they weald la my
opinion la short order reeeae their g ev-
er amrat. restore order aad gtv proter-
tloa la persons aad property.
"Thla weald aelva the Mealnsa prab-
leea aad ma ha laterveatioa aaa.oaa-
aary Ta sum apt
NOT Of at riO NT.
"Thla la net oar fight. Ha let' hand
aft. l et tha belligerents have all tha
right International law aeearda ta
them aad at I hem a rhxati ta
tralghtea aat their awa affair if w
da ibis thaa I have aa dean that tha
ilme la aat tar eft wheat tha Amvrlewa
paaple will be caax palled ta undertake ta
da far Mxxlce what wa are aew prevtnt-
lag tha ( aaaXltulleaallata feaa del a a
"Of aaaraa I weald ha clad la aaa tha
Utile troable aat tied by adlatios
aad coa.lllatloe. bat I aaa aat bapetal
i hat aay effort la that direction weald
ha gseraairsl A pagpl who aaa axaklag
a elruggle far rlvH llbvety aad saastl-
lutloaol government a aeetlea af Ilia
will ha lw ta aalai lata ara
f eaaapraaalae with uaarpeva aad
BNATtMB SHgrrAMD ATTIVg
lamt abeppard af T'. who la-
ir od need a reaolutlea leday aalllxg apaa
I be farvlga relations ram mate to ast-
.laa the' seaastv whether la if apaakaa.
thla eaa airy should rantar tha belli-
pataan af tha aialattaalata ha Mo lew
aid hater that lafarvaatkaa eaavayea) ta
brat ha art vale . aalrallai had aaa.
vlaeast aha that the I arraaaa Ittia ware
fig hi laa far thatr latiyadaaaa Me be-
lieved thai thla eeaatry aheadd raewgaaas
ibei bottigvreae. aad allow theax ta
rvevava trga ta pnatan their laxgg. Ma
regarded thatr straggle
tmm revetstlrsokska ar
rpreaaated lb real
i - liaallati
aad they ihaald ha
.- at Iveal
wised hy ihe I naiad
a tha V saw I
similar ta that
r mm Iwtiliax revadaUasxatag wta
l -ug at foe lkv.tr latnigaXan aadar
Wa.hlaglaa. gaaalir aheppard added
ik.i .. i.i. ...ii...
daaa aat tana that the revegalltee ef
i bear sthxgri nil weald ail lldi tha
I ailed g afi fraaa eoU.atlag ha rtaaxaa
PRFAIDKNT WiXflOFf AJTT HBCRJC-
TARY BRVAK PORIMtJ OVER
NO HASTE CONCERNING POLICY
Sue i tinn of Allerivatlvrv. Will Prob.
ably fliaraotertxe like Offi-
cial Action Taken.
AMBASSADOR WILSON BEFORE COMMITTEE
Deolaratlori Cornea From Hnerta That
No American Shall Suffer In.
JtieUce With Hia OKnlxant-e.
By The Aeooa(ad frrxx
Waahlncton July If. Prrajltlent
Wilson and Secretary Bryan davotad
themselvas today to a study of the
voluminous reports at their disposal
on conditions In Maxico. Indications
were that with the appearance before
the Senate committee on foreign re-
lations tomorrow of Ambassador
Henry Lsxne Wilson the Isaac stage
In the program of the administration
to discover the facta of the situation
before announcing a policy would be
No Baate About Policy.
While a resolution In the house
called for a Joint committee to obtain
documents on the Mexican situation
and another in the Senate sought the
opinion of that body on the question
of recognising the belligerency of the
Constitutionalists administration of-
ficials again declared that there would
be no haste in formulating a definite
policy toward Mexico. Secretary
Bryan stated that no proposition for
mediation had been submitted to
either of tha two factions in Mexico
and incidentally remarked that he
might go back to the lecture plat-
form In a few days.
Succession of Alternatives- .
Some administration officials have
proposed that the American policy
be pursued along a succession of al-
ternatives. First they suggest refraining from
interference while the Mexican lead
era themselves endeavor to compose
their differences. The attitude of the
United States against recognizing the
Huerta administration already la be-
ing outlined In Mexico according to
reports here as Indicating that the ab-
dictation af Huerta In favor of a com-
promise provisional president Is In-
evitable. Second. should all efforts by the
Mexicans to adjust the dispute fall
it Is proposed by Influential members
of the senate that the embargo on
arms be lifted and the two factions
be permitted to obtain munitions of
war on an equality.
Third ahould peace be delayed the
suggestion la that the United States
offer to mediate through a commis-
sion. Fourth as a last resort a trl-parte
commission composed of representa-
tives of the United States and Latin-
American nations la suggested
lic-laratloii Prom flureta.
A declaration from President Huer-
ta that no American In Mexico shall
suffer Injustice or violence "with his
cognisance" was made putfllc by the
state department today In the follow-
"President Huerta has expressed
himself as regretting very much that
the American government should
ascribe to the influence of the Mexi-
can government any action which
might be construed ss antagonistic to
Americans during his occupancy of
executive authority and dealree the
state department to he assured that
no injustice or violence shall be done
to Americans with his cognisance
while he la In his present position.
"The Mexican consul at El Paso
has Informed the Mexican foreign of-
fice that the matter of the shooting
of Dixon has been satisfactorily ar-
ranged and It Is stated that the gov-
ernment at Mexico City aeema most
desirous of meeting the desires of the
United States in every way possible."
Mexican Mavte Ikeisxrttnetlt.
Reports to the s'ats department to-
day said that Carloa Perryera who
hag been acting secretary of state
since July 10. pending the arrival of
tha newly appointed secretary Fred-
eric Ox m boa left office today and In
the Interval before August T when
Secretary Gam boa will take office the
portfolio of foreign affairs will he
held by the present minister of public
Instruction. Dr. Qarsa Aldape. Tha
latter has spent much time In the
l ulled States and state department
officials said he was In sympathy wltb
Commander Klttsle ef the gunboat
Wheeling reported frm Fro n tors
that American fears there have been
allayed by tha arrival of 400 Mexi-
can Federal troops who are driving
Ihe rebels away from the city. Ad
miral Fletcher commanding the
American aquadron la Ihe Oulf of
Mexico reported that he Intended to
order the gunboat Wheeling to visit
Puerto Mexico la Vara Crus stats;
Campre. la Tabaaco and Prog-rassli
la Yuaaiaa. to obaarve conditions as
they affect Americana and other for-
eigners In thoas porta.
Rear Admiral Cow laa coiiisnaniliag
the Pacific aquadron. reported that he
had usatrved aa aeroplane flylag over
auayma harbor. avMeaily trying i i
drop a bomb on tha Mexican Federal
gunboat Tamptuo. Hawevsr. ha did
not verify u a of facial geport that the
Taiopicu bad baaa dsti-uad by the
ORDERS REACH ORTKt.A TO I I'-
ll I JUNCTION WITH
HI 8 TROOPS.
MOVEMENT TO BEGIN TOOAT
Combined Force of 70O Men Avail-
able Id an Attack on
THE COMMANDS MEETING AT GUZMAN
I com There According to Constilu-
txonallat Colonel Advance on Bor-
der Totan Will Be Made Soon.
The Constitutionalists troops of
Colonel Torlblo Ortega's command
will break camp at Quadalupe early
today to move to the south of J us rex.
where they will make a Junction with
the commands of Oeneral "Panrho"
Villa and Colonel Rosallo Hernandes
Col. Ortega stated to a party of
Americans who visited htm yesterday
at His camp at Ouadalupe. In the
party were T. Hanly correspondent
of the New York Sun Homer A. Scott
and Is. J. Ixscke. They made the trip
to Guadalupe In an automobile.
While the Americans were In Or-
tega's camp a courier arrived from
General Pancho Villa commanding
Ortega to move at once. Ortega told
the visitors that his orders were to
Join a com mad of 1100 men south of
Juares and this would be done within
the next day or two. Villa with his
main force was to Join Ortega and
the other troops within two or three
days and then the attack on Juares
Villa's Advance at Gasman
A large part of Villa's command
was stationed at Gusman seventy-
five miles southwest of Juares two
days ago according to Joae Flores.
who passed through that towa aad
reached Ei Paso yesterday. Villa
with the remainder of his force was
sttll at Ascenclon but the Constitu-
tionalist commanded Intended to Join
with the force at Gusman Immediate-
ly To prevent Federals being sent
from Juares by train to attack this
party a band of men were sent m to
tie up the Mexico North-Western
ral Iroad. close to Juares.
Small forces of Villa's troops were
seen on the move yesterday by sol-
diers on patrol duty near Columbus
.V. M. A force rode Into the town
of Palomax. Just opposite Columbus.
Ortega has with him about 700 men
at Guadalupe while Hernandes Is
reported ss having 1000 men under
him. Villa's 1.000. who have been at
Ascenclon for some time have been
reinforced according to Constitution-
alist Junta reports by 1.000 cavalry
from Sonora. These troops were or-
ganised by Colonel Juan Dosal and
have made the march from Sonora to
Chihuahua Four days ago they pass'
ed through the town of Janos Chlh.
on their way to Ascenclon
Attack on Juares Soon.
Ortega told the Americana at his
camp yesterday that the attack on
Juares would be made very soon. The
word that came yesterday from Vllln
to piove In on the towa is what he
has been waiting for. He would start
at once he told bis visitors.
The Americans stated that Ortega's
troops were In excellent shape and
that the force is made up of a good
type of men. The troopa are well fed
and contented. They have a suffic-
ient number of mounts for the entire
command and the horses are In good
shape The men have lota of am-
munition and are armed with lug i
power rifles. Mausers are mostly In
evidence although there are a num-
ber of Winchesters In service. With
the command Is a large herd of cattle
which will be used for feeding the
men when they leave Guadalupe.
The proposed plan for medial Inn by
the United States between the Huerta
government and the Constitutionalist
forces waa discussed by Ortega with
the Americans. He said the plan
would be acceptable to the Consti-
tutionalist party on certain condition
and Ihe principal one was that Huerta
and all of hla officers should resign
forthwith If this were done he said
the constitutional successors lo Hi-
dero and Suares as president could
xasume the presidency until such time
aa the two parties could get together
snd hold an election.
Colonel ortega and his staff will
appear In movlag pictures Mr. Scott
t.ok action pictures ol the lesder of
the Guadalupe troops and his officers
and troopa at their Guadalupe camp.
while he waa there yesterday.
TORHKO.N leOHT TO IKIiKKMh
Parrai Mining Man Rringa KeMn of
Hravo's Ihsfeai hy Car-ran a
Arriving from Parrai. Chihuahua
by way of Santa Moaaila yesterday
a well known mining man brought
what ha said was authentic Informa
tion that Torre. .n. Coahulla had fail
ea and waa aow la Ihe ha arts of tha
constitutionalist forces. Carraasa aad
hla men are said to have attacked aad
defeated Ihe Federals under command
of General Bravo at Torreon the first
part of last week.
The Federals according lo Ibis re
port ware driven lo Ihe mountain
suffering a decisive defeat More lhaa
.'Oil k'ederal w.r Ul lire l.al
tie aad twice Ihks number wouadad.
according to the mining man's stain
"' What tola befall tha 14 Aaaericaas
there la not known Tha mining man
used tha following stalstueat to a
tCwailsasd aa lnge Twe
lfeMjft 9eWtx gaaBaai aeeaseM
WW Hi WW'
NHtit aaaaaaaaafl WW
Washington July i!l Tl.-nry lane
Wtlpon. American ambassador to Mex
ico ordsred back to Washington for a
conference with Secretary of State
Brysn Is hitter In his denunciation of
the Madero family. The ambassador
IS completely SStlsflsd with his own
conduct while representing this coun-
try in the capital of Mexico regrets
nothing that he did against the Ma-
dera and for the Huerta Plag hkstesa.
Insists that he would do the same thing
GOVERNMENT MAN FINDS OR
CHARDS AND FIELDS FLOUR-
ISH WITHOUT DAM.
MORE WATER HEAVIER CROPS
Party With Siatlatlclan Blancliard
struck by Development Ptmaiblll-
tles InsiMi tlon Trip Dlaclotawi.
H II A HIIAW.
The party rota posed of reclamation
errlre men and represeulsllrea 'af the
wster users' saanclatkiBS of New Mexico
snd Teiss Unit left lioneer I'lass yes-
terdsj for s Junket up tbe vslley to sse
what It Is producing under the present
sdreret condition. found many Interest
lug tbiugs to toll the prospective set-
tler lie rsllsy farmer are rslslnu
fine traps of alfalfa uialoua beans end
garden trues ssd severs! have brought
isto hasrlng fine orr hards of peach up-
pls pesr and plum Ire which with
penlltude of water which tha Klepliant
Unite pauject promises can be extended
to higher levels ihst csntiot be ranched
by tbe pre. in Irrlgstlns system
Two automobile coiitslnlnK J. C.
Hlanchsrd. chief .istlslleisn of I lie Inltsd
Rlnlea ! I i ui.it I. .11 servile who ...no.
sera to collect data on the possibilities
of the valley for the lafnrsiullon of pro-
sertlvs settler.. L M. I.awsou project
ssglneer of the .lain: Waldo Pack offi-
cial photographer ; K K. Ilagaelt. pub-
licity aerrelary of the Wster Ussrs' ss-
soctstlnn of New Mexico and O. H
avast or ihe ki I'aao Wstsr l.'srrs' as-
sociation with nawapsprr men. left
Pioneer lisss jesterdsy morslua "
for Ihs first trip of lasiwctlos In ihe
tt.or.rt Medal Beach.
At Anthony lbs party wars met hy
seven men Interested in ihe valley snd
rssdy i . show what II Is rapabl. of
producing Thla parly wes com pn aril of
Mr w M i in it
Hti Tmr d redo led Prea
- iroreraat I
West Texas rslr
er: Thursday fair
X r p prohshly
showers ssd Malar
la Ihs Panhandle
Sad rill no . -'
Nsw Issileo: Pair
Is soeia tbander
showers la sank
Weds s 4 s y ;
dar thews r s ;
sossewbsi cooler In
fslr T edured .
Tharaday fair la
west i ear I thun-
der bo war a la
.antral aad seat
vovvl rVaiUC YOU
Trans iTJ wests. To
I JoVT rVdtt TerH
rrOMt Moevt r oet
S. weather bursa . KI
h. IS IX I g a lllgbeat
12 boar. OS lowest
11 bear. tM; lowest
river gauge a. u.
weei stvrs . Clear sad cairn
Local .ffl. . I
I leaiperalers. la
I Is si 24 bouts.
over again and arcusex the Maderos
snd particularly the widow of the late
president or Msxlco of forgery falsi-
fication and a deliberate eampslgn of
vllllflcstlon. "What Is the truth shout
the death of Madern?" the ambassador
waa asked. "That Is a matter which
I cannot discuss." he said. "I may
say' though that I have no reason to
doubt the story that tbe rrpsldsnt and
vice president of Mexico were shot te
dexth while their guards wer resist-
ing an attack from Maderlstas."
MIDLAND CO! NTT
GOES VERY DRY
Midland. Tex. July !. The
prohibition election for Midland
county retrulted in a derisive vic-
tory for the pros. the vote being
184 to St. This means that the
wholesale liquor house at War-
field will close. There wsa great
local interest In the t-lrctlon.
H. J Kllgnre Harry Hniimiui I rinpp.
Mark Thoinpsoa J. f. Mc.Nsry It. K.
Jeffery and C K Miller who sdiled two
more automobiles to the procession Prom
Anthony to Merino th. pin weni i tail-
ing various fnrina anil ranches.
The in. i ttrm bJ 'be vlaltnd was Ihsl
or Dr. A. K. laiwsoii. nenr I . Tuns.
There Ihe party trad shown rive acres
of flue ..reliant ThS orchard I dltided
between peach pour apple nnd apricot.
The apple trees are or Hie lieu Iiavls
nnd lllnrk Twig variety The nrrhxrd Is
Irrigated by n windmill pump which I
snld to rurulsh all lbs water uei-ea-ssry.
From the Idliraon pluce Ihe party drove
lo the Hornet ranch owned by las Wil-
liams. Harry H. Poller and II. hi An-
thony snd mansged by B r gas bit.
Thla ranch Is s Tsmoiis show place or
ihe . valley. composed of IMI seres
mostly In if. i If. U lie. about two anil
one-half tulle rrom Anthony and fhe
road fo It runs throudli flsl.l. wlthhcsvy
stutida of lfslf I
Tha ranch Is Irrtgsied from ihe ditches
inking aster ont of the Kin firsnde
and I - i.l ta Im the hlghrsl point ihe
present Hue or illlchea can waisr. Mr.
Illsucbsrd said of this property
"It Is kapt up to nho.it the highest
point or produrtlvriien po!he under
present conditions sad If Incresse will
furulli plandld ismple of ihe ins.
lerlal hfuellt to be derived l the i
Klepbsnt llutte prnjecl when that I In
ipsrsllnn Thla ranch show whst esn
Is dose with s llttls walsr and I sx-
pect l Inrresse In MMph when It Ig
glim plruty of water to b the beat Sg.
sutpts we hsvs In ths vsllsyc"
I ader I II her I eadllleee.
From the Hornet rauch the party was
Isksn to s in rsrni owned by It c
and F C tdamx run under entirely dlf-
f.-.e a condition Th iiltroi place la
two high to be wstsrsd by ths prsasnt
ditch aystem The Adams father and
son hsvs stink ona well from which water
I pumped by windmill to aslsr s psach
earhard which I sow la hesrlsg snd
whlrh Mr Adam srls sailed fire
dollar par trse last yssr. SMssT profit.
They save run reded s small reservoir
Into whlrh lbs windmill pillnp tbe
wsler far raaarve. aad this reservoir In
rldeatslly Is I urn ad i a flsb salruary
being filled wltb carp.
Mr Adams slsn assart ihst wban he
rirst came to Ibis property ssres tears
sgo the neighbor dlac.uragrd kits from
trying to eatabllsh ss urcksrd bkl baa-
lag psrasvarad aad round li a prafiisble
lavseimeul. be hsa saak suotsoi wall
from which ha gets s flow of ztn g.l
leas s ii. i. i.i'. sad watsrs s yosng urck-
srd which ka sat st i.-i spriag Ou
this place wsler wsa ttruek. g sleety -n.
fast and rises In wltala Ikiny-sls
fset of lb surf sea Mr. Adams a III irri-
gate forty ansa front the saw wall sad
Tha high Ilea eaasl uf Ihs Bieueant
Bulla project will ran slung Ike east
sis sdg of the Adams property ssd
weaa It Is flslehsd will ehviale lbs
iCuuiiuued vtt Page I.)
Max Now Answer Hundred of Ques-
tions Preftare by several
of the Attorney.
WITH THE HOUSE COMES LATER
Thai Botty la Very Anxious to Get
the Irohhyist On IU Grill-
Bw Tsr .laaoctsfrd Press
Washington. July ft Martin M.
Mulhslt practically finished today his
Identiricatlon of letters he wrote and
received In the ten years he claims to
havs been the lobbyist for ths Ns-
tlonal Association of Manufacturers.
The senate Investigation committee
will turn Its attention tomorrow to ex-
amination of Mulhall and attorneys for
the association snd for th American
Federation of Labor also Involved In
tha rnrreepoifrdcnce will begin the
croaa-examlnatlon of the witness.
Members or the committee will at-
tempt to strengthen Mulhall'a story of
his political activities In Washington
and throughout the country while tha
attorneys will do their best to brsak
It down. Questions by the lawyers un-
der the committee's rule will be filtered
to the witness through Its chairman.
Robert VcCarter counsel tor the asso-
ciation hss about ISO uusstlons he
wishes to ask the witness. Attorney
Jackson H. Ralston for the Federation
of Labor has prepared nboiit 100 mors
and no one knows how msny separate
qulrles memhsrs of the committee will
uhmlt to Mulhsll before he In allowed
to quit the witness chnl. In th senate
wing or th capital snd race the spe-
clnl house committee that Is waiting
his sppearanre acroaa the rotunda.
1 tar aad niaekasallrr.
Mulhall's last dsy as an Identifier of
letters proved the most exciting of his
two weeks on th stand tie waa called
a liar and a blarkmallsr by Majority
Iasader Underwood af the house of rep-
regentatles after he had swore that he
had trie. I to get Chairman Wilson of
' the Isbor committee Interested In the
i story hs now Is telling and thst Rpenk-
1 er Clark and Minority Ieesder Mann or
the house had turned down an oppor-
tunity tn conduct an Investigation ot
The speaker and Mr. Mann he said
had been spproarhed on this suhlect by
Representatives James T. McDerniatt of
"Neither Mr. McDrrmott nor anybody
else ever showed me ths Mulhall let-
ters and papers" sail gpeaker Clark In
a statement Issued Isto today. "Neither
Mr. McDermatt nor anybody else ever
spoke ta me about them. I n.sver knew
that Mul:. nil had sny letters or papers
until I iiw In a newspsper that he hsd
sold Ihem to s Nsw York paper."
Slgaeg Name In Chech.
Mulhall hro ught the day to a climax
hy swesrlng that MqPermott had sc-
knowledged to him tMst he had signed
Mulhall's name to a check ror USA
Mulhall mnde this statement when ha
was questioned about a trip to Chicago
In April 1912. tn help McDermott In
the primaries. He said that Harold F.
McCnrmlck. son-in-law of Jno. D. Rock-
efeller had promised to contribute II.'iA
to the MeDermott campaign Hs said
McCnrmlck made out a check to him
ror this nmnunt but thst he did. not re-
clove It until after he returned to Bal-
timore tie cashed this check In Ram-
mere but later the bank there and the
one In Chicago oh which It was drawn
I if.o m.ot him that a dupllrats hearing
hla signature had been honored also.
Hs told the committee he never knew
what had happened until Mcllermott
o m oil oa Mould Hup pre.
Henator Cummins made an unsvslling
rrort to keep the discussion of the
check out of the records. He questioned
ss tn whether McDermott hsd signed
Hulhsll's name was not pertinent to th
committee's examination hut Mulhall'a
testimony and the rorreepondenre on
the matter were allowed to go In.
Mulhall sold today that he left the
N A M. late In Itll but letters In
111 and i.rt showsd him still about
Washlngtup Interested In the make up
or committees and In legislation. He
apparently was lobbying on his own
hook and other letters showed sn svl-
dent desire to get bark with his old
employers although he did not admit
that he wished to secure his old berth
Letter le Waleea.
One of Ihe lal letters put In ths ro
cord was dsted May d lull and ad
dreaaed to Parmer Representative
James II Wstsnn. of Indlsna. whom
Mulhall frequently has .aent l.aie.1 in
terms far fmm nattering durtug the
inquiry. In bis loiter Mulhall asked
Watson to InUreat I If with D M
Parry former preeidenl of ths asaacla-
tlon In his behalf If wa only a fsw
days later that Ihe senate committee
startsd Its lobby invsatlgallon and hs
began to negotiate ror ths disposal or
Afltr hs Isft lbs organisation Mul-
hsll wroia letters Indicating an In'en
lion to fight Jamas K Kmery Wash
Ingtun counsel for ths aseoclatlon and
J P Bird tha general manager and
I tit I lilt I tit: Hi ki.
treated Nwrb llarm eMergay la Pa
Bm Th daaeid Press
Tseoma. Wash. July It --Two sharp
ssrthquahs tin. hs covering an arsa of
more than a hundrd aquars mllea
shook Mount Balulr today rocked tbe
gat houses of ths Immense roarrste
struelurs of Tacoma's two million doL
lar powsr plsal at
mllss south of T.
alarm la hundreds of homes
turbaucs lasting about hal' a mm h.
was most strongly Islt at Ins Nailuua!
Park laa at Ashtord. aad La Urenue.
Me danxags was report
MICHIGAN GOVERNOR ACTS
Executive Offers Hla Services aa
1 ffori to Adjust the I list-
LAKE SUPERIOR COPPER OPERATORS
Officially Requewted to Send) Five of
Their Number tn Confer With
Governor and Five Miners.
Ay Fee i i.
Calumet. Mich.. July ft. Opera-
tors of the Lake Hupertor on p par
rrlnes will be asked officially tomor-
row whether they win send flvs of
their number to I an u. to confer in
Governor Ferris' office with five re-
presentatives of the striking miners.
General P. L Abbey In command
of the state troops here so announ-
ced tonight after receipt of a message
from Governor Kerrls In which the
state executive Intimated that he was
willing to use his good offices In bring-
ing order out of the Induatrlsl chaos
which has kept 1&.000 men Idle for a
Tint Men Injured.
The news of the governor's action
followed reportg of a gerioug fight
between fnctlons of miners near tha
Superior mine on the Hntith Rang
snd of slugging In various locations
on the Northern end of the range. Tha
Initial arrests which resulted from
the fights In which ton men were so
seriously Injured that thorn la little
chance for their recovery.
The ten men had wttlkeil to Sup-
erior and ssketl nhout the prospect
of work being resumed In that local-
ity. On their wny back they were
set upon by three partlen of Superior
strikers and a fight with clubs and
fists followed. Seven of the visitors
escaped but two of the others were
seriously cut and the third was beaten
The Atlantic men said they recog-
nised eleven of their assatlsntn and
warrants wore sworn out for them. Big
prisoners were taken to the county
jnll a few hours later by sheriffs
Fireman llndly lleaten
At North Kearsagv mine Uust Ol-
son a powerful fireman wits beaten
u hln way home from work and re-
quired hoepltul treatment. olson
knocked out four of his opponents but
succumbed to fores of numbers. A
; squad of a. i ma chased the attacking
I parly hut made no arrests.
Further north there were numerous
fights especially about the Mohawk
location were ten men who had been
conferring with the mine manage-
ment were act upon aa they left the
mine office. None of them was ssr-
li iisly Injured but additional troops
were sent to that place by General
More i'linil. Mltrled-
Starting of pumps In the Calumet
and Hccla Conglomerate propertlea
of Calumet was accomplished today
under a heavy guard of Detroit In-
fantrymen nnd troupers.
Additional guards were placed to-
night about the shaft houses of the
companies. Inspection of the under-
Krpund workings by shift Losses con-
firmed th expectation that a con-
siderable tank must he accomplished
In freeing the levels from water.
The visit of C. K. Mahoney. vice
president of the Western Federation
of Minea to Oovernor Ferris was
credited with causing the state ex-
ecutive to expresa wllllngncnH to take
a hand In Ihe gituatlon by gpeakersat
union meetings In Ahmeek and Calu-
met tonight. The union leaders con-
sidered that they had won a tactical
victory and were correspondingly
Mine Owner! Sllenl.
Mine owners were noncommltal as
tn their reply tn the proposal stating
that they would consider It Improper '
tn announce n derision until after
they had talked with General Abbey
tomorrow. There was a well defined
feeling among those In touch with
the muling i . however that the policy
or Ignoring the existence of the Fed-
eration would te adhered to strictly.
Keen ir the graas irons lit tha
steels of every mining town the Wes
ti rn Federation or Miners never will
be recognised ". said one company mt-
The Molin wk mine is In Keeweenaw
county whose sheriff. John lleptlng.
yesrrday asked General Abbey to
withdraw the troops Today how-
ever the general obtained a formal
arttiea request for military aidj from
Craat Smuggling Storit
In The Times
Beginning tomorrow morning tha
Times will publish ihe first of ft
series of thrilling smuggling sta-
ll. The first tells of the hidden
romance In tragedy of lumbar
pearls which reveals as heroins tv
woman who died a smuggler These
stories will be of special interest
along the border since all inu-
gling must br done across tha ter-
ritorial lines of ihe country
whether It be North. Mouth. Baal
in W'eat The stot) I.. i tomorrow
Is illustrated and written In a in net
It will ba followed in iiisqueM
iaues by other Haggling . lies
that are sure to make sprightly
reading for the thousands of Tigaag)
subscriber Th'-ae stories will ap-
pear exclusively In the Moraiksf
rimes and are protected by faAjf
Bs sure lo start with the first
one. tomorrow each one Is oukBi
piste within Itaalf
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