El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913 Page: 1 of 12
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UWESTMN HK Ml OBCIUm1 M SOUTHWEST
EL PASO. TEXAS. MONDAY. AUGUST 4. 1913.
him ill Hill n AMKRit AN AMRiU-
KADOR 18 RETURNED TO
OCCASIONS GREAT SURPRISE
BAD BERN OKNERAUT UNDER-
STOOD HK WOl'U) NOT SERVE
MORE DILATORY POLICIES ARE EVIDENT
It Intel This Country May
Passive In til After the Imprnd
tng Mexican Election.
Bp Timet gpsotei Cmrrmtptnlrmt
Washington. O. C Ana I. It la sx-
psctsd that before tba and of tha weak
the admlalatratloD'a proa ram with refer-
ence to Mexico will ha given publicity.
I run It la formally announced epecui-
ilon wir. roatlaa rife
The opponent of recognition of Huarta
ara pleased oyer tha fact that Col. Bdu-
ardo Hay former speaker of the Mexican
house and a prominent Constitutionalist
will teatlfy l.efore the foreign ralatlona
committee aaxt Wadnaaday. They think
It will tad to ceunteract tba impression
made by AOihaaaador Wllann. who la a
supporter of Haerta and who gained eon-
verts to recognition of tba existing gov-
ernment. It la understood that tha sd-
mlnlstratlob though taking the general
poaltloo that agitation of the Mexican
question ought to be repreeaed la will-
ing to have tba Cooatttotlonallat aide
Surprised at Action.
Rome surprise la expressed that Pres-
Idant Wtlaon pertnltlad Ambassador Wll-
aon to return to Mexico. The president
baa made known his antagonism to tba
ambassador's views and hta distrust of
bis information so plainly that surprise
la expreeeed that ha aent blm back to
Mexico City. Tba question asked la
What has influenced the president to do
this though not concealing; the fact be
looks on the ambassador as a partisan
of Huerta I It Is admitted that Nelson
O'Rbsunesay the charge. Is a competent
Am baa Apr fiee Buck.
In spite of that the ambassador baa
gone hack to Mexico City. It is deemed
incredible here that tba administration
In view of Its hostility to him will allow
him lo remain long.
The general feeling la the senate new
la tbat this country may be expected
to pursue a policy of nor -Interference
for months unless something unexpected
breaks loose. The administration would
like to hold aloof as far as possible until
after the elections then If there Is a
reasonable exense the man .elected prea-
i M. nt will be recognised. The praaideat
still hopes -the fartloaa will work out
tbelr own solution.
Mediation Rlled I'po. '
Mediation Is atlll relied on b; the
president ir toe Mexicans ao not solve
tbe situation. However there la the ut-
most pessimism in the senate about any
peaceful solution and predictions ara
constantly heard tbat in the leag run
thla country will be compelled to Inter-
fere. Interest la gtsiaaaewt.
Intereat was manifested In tbe state-
ment made by Dr. Aurellano Urrutla tba
Mexican minister of the Interior oo be-
half of President Huerta In which It
was declared emphatically tbat Huarta
would neither resign the presidency nor
permit nationals or foreigners to take a
hand la question in which ta tnrolred
his honor and that of tha nation. The
declaration was explained aa being an
answer to the Meilcan deputies who are
promulgating a movement to bring about
an understsndlng between the Mexican
rebels and the Huarta admlulstratlon.
It wsa held significant that Huerta did
not Issue this statement himself ao that
It lacks the authenticity It otherwise
Brysa In Washington.
Secretary Bryan remained In Washing
'ton today nit bough It bad been atated
be would leave last night to resume his
Chautauqua tour. It la probable that be
will abandon tbe tour altogether.
CLAIM TWO VICTORIES.
Mexican Federals Hay They Licked
the Constitutional lata.
Kg The Associelsd Vasa
Laredo Tex.. Aug. S. Constitu-
tionalists were defeated by Mexican
Oovernment troops la two buttles last
week aeeordlng to official report
made today to General Joaquin Tel-
leu. Federal commander In chief at
General Maaa repord the routing
of 600 stale troops who attacked Ban
Buena Ventura near Monclova Fri-
day. Thirty-seven of the attacking
party were killed and many wounded.
Earlic In the week 100 Constitution-
alists sttscked the village of Santiago
but were driven back to the moun-
talns by the arrival of General Caaao
Lopes with two columns of troopa.
Lieutenant Hoys of the Federala Was
HABEAS CORPUS WRIT.
Issued la New Orleans In Behalf of
Bp The J ...... i. i frM
New Orleans. I-a.. Aug. 1. An ap-
plication for a writ of habeas corpus
seeking the release of Emmanuel Caa-
tlllo Brlto provisional governor of
the Mexican State of Campeche held
In Jail hT by Federal authorities was
signed today by Federsl Judge Fos-
ter. The hearing la set for loNnorrow
morning. Brlto was arreated Satur-
day on advices from the United States
attorney general a office ertlag on a
request from the Provisional govern
mee I of Mexico. Brlto was charged
with murder and robbery alleged to
have been committed In Mexico.
J L. Moti an employe of the de-
partment of Justice and Krneato Fer-
nanda Aataevga. representative her
at the Constitutionalist leader Oeneral
Csrraasa who war arreated Friday
night by local detectives charged with
attempting lo blackmail Brlto. still
were In the parish prison tonight.
O. Haymoad Matthews. special
ageat uf the department of Justice
who was arreated with Most and Ar-
cnargv was p
til Monday morn
No action In their cane will be
tab en. pending the arrival tomorrow
of special agents from Wnshlngtoti
In a statement tonight Ftrltn aald
that after he had raised Ma atandard
of revolt against Huerta the latter
aent Captains Juan Bonllla and Juan
Ranueloa to ureal him. Brlto die
puled Bonllla'a authority and he said
when tha latter draw his gword Brlto
ahot him down. Buenelna Interfered
Brlto aald and his men killed him
Tha robbery charge Brlto eaya is the
outgrowth of the aeiaura by men of
foodstuff for which he claim pay-
ment was later made.
PRBQVIERA TAKES F1KI.D
Relieved of Civil Oovcritot whip. Again
i omnia nds sonora Troops.
Bp Timet Hperlal CarresseaaVal
Caaanea. Son. Max. Aug. I. Igna.
clo L. Peaqulare who haa been acting;
aa provisional governor of Sonora dur-
ing the absence of Governor J. M.
Mayt.ireno. left Cananaa yesterday
afternoon on a speotat military train
for Hermosllln. On the train were
throe companies of state troops on
their way back to the front after a
Pesqulera la soon to take the field
as commander In chief of the forces
of the Constitutional 1st as of the north.
Before leaving Cananaa Pesqulera
said that the attack upon Ouaymas
may be renewed early In the coming
weak. After the Hon ra campaign
most of the troops are to go to bor-
dering states to assist In the campaign
against the Huerta government
TEXAS BpbONS HAVE TRANSACT
ED til 'IT lit: YET OF MATER-
ONLY TWO BILLS HAVE PASSED
Others Arc Hanging Fire and There
is l ittle Likelihood of Much
By Timet Special t 'or respondent
Austin Tex. Aug. 3. The special
session of the legislature has done lit-
tle of material worth. Two bills alone
have been passed the mileage and per.
diem and the contingent expense bill.
Others are hanging fire and there Is
little likelihood of more than one get-
ting action. Prison legislation is prac-
tically lost for the session. Blue sky
laws have been swung from ultra-
radical sources as evinced In the ear-
lier days of the session to almost as
The atatua of the appropriation bill
la this: The house has passed all hut
the miscellaneous section of the ap-
propriation considering the respective
Items In four hills classifying each dl-
vieon. The aenate finance committee
has passed the Judiciary divlaion the
majority of which offices are fixed.
Ths remaining sections have been
slashed and cut. and t Is the Intention
to punch them all together In one bill
and submit them to the free confer-
ence. Thla plan gives the senate no
In the senate an eleoAlon contest
over the seat made vacant by tha res-
ignation of Horace Vaughan of the
first senatorial district will take place.
The -Warren penitentiary bill set as
a special order for Monday morning
will be postponed until later.
mil III - II r I It) At OKI .
I foe. Nat Believe Mlaelag
Jewels Are la Beaten.
By The Assocssled Press
Narragouaeti Pier It I. Aug. I. Mrs
John II. Hsnan announced today tbat aba
placed no credence In the publlahed re-
port tbat her missing jewels had been
located In tbe safe of a Boston broker-
age house and had beau pledged to se
cure a loan of Xfln.um
"I do not aoderatand how the Jewels
could have been pledged asld Mrs. Hsn-
an "uuleaa it was tha work uf tba
tbievea. I think it Juat another of tba
many stories started by those 'myster-
Tbe chief of tbe detectives employed
by Mra. Hanan lo locale Ibe mlsalng
valuablea reported to her today tbat
there- were ao new developments.
John 11. II. in. in who Is 111. haa bees
kept In Igaorauce hitherto of the loas of
bla wife's Jewela but today bla condi-
tion had Improved ao greatly that Mrs.
Hasan thought It safe to Impart tba news
to blm. She said be waa not greatly
concerned expresslag bla regret only over
tbe worry tbe situation had caused her.
THK TENTH VICTIM.
Woman Died YeaAcrday from Burns
Received In Mntordomn Aoc-luVnt.
Bp Mi. i i. Press
Cincinnati. O-. Aug. 1. The death
of Mrs. Msllnda Buchtma of Cov-
ington Kentucky who was Injured In
the moturdome sccldent st tha l..oi
low UCy. ) Lagoon last Wednesday
night brought the list of fatalities up
to ten today. There are still two
more victims In ths hospital thai the
physicians any have little chance of
recovery. There waa no racing at
the motordome tonight
V It TORI A ri 11 CAKV 1 i
Bp The Aas xatsd Pes
Seattk. Aug. I The United States
srmored cruiser Weal Virginia tha
flagship of Hear Admtral Alfred Bey-
nolds. commander of the Pacific re-
serve float galled today for Victoria.
B. C. to greet the Australian battle
cruiser New gee land and repreaent
the United States navy st the Vic
torla water carnival which beglna to-
morrow. WANT IN VBaTnci.Vno
Bp TBm A assets t4 Proa
Seattle. Aug. I. Demand for
ruagraaaional Investigation of lb riot-
ing In the cli July II la which
United Steles soldiers and sailors
shared in attacks upon Socialist head
quarters la contained la a revolution
adopted today by a maaa meeting uf
the Model ol Socialist
HAS in km in i MEXICAN SIT-
CATION BY REFUSAL TO TEN-
HE WILL NOT BE RECOGNIZED
WITHOUT RECOGNITION BY V 8.
MEXICO UNABLE TO WEATH-
ER FINANCIAL I n I i ti I I 1 1 1 s
HAT BEFORE THE SENATE COMMITTEE
Const! to lio nail at Relieve His Testi-
mony Will Greatly Strengthen
Br rise Associated fVess
Washington Aug. I. Official
Washington read with keen Intereat
today the declaration of Aurellano Ur-
rutns. the Mexican minister of the
Interior that Provisional President
Huerta would not resign and that
moreover he would brook no Inter-
ference on the part of foreigners in
While ho plan that the American
government naa had under serious
consideration Involved any direct in-
terference In Mexican affairs the ad-
mitted attitude of the administration
here is one of unalterable opposition
to the recognition of the Huarta re-
gime. Beclouds Situation.
Without the recognition of the
United States leading Mexicans hith-
erto have claimed Mexico would not
be able to extricate ltaelf from lta fi-
nancial difficulties. On this account
It had been believed here that pres-
sure would be brought to bear to per-
suade Provisional President Huerta to
resign. The announcement that ho
haa determined not to do so has be-
clouded the situation somewhat and
has spurred the Constitutionalists to
further activity to obtain the repeal
of the embargo on arms. They claim
that If they do not get Arms the revo-
lution will be a prolonged struggle.
With munitions of war. they say they
can bring matters to a quick crisis.
Col. Eduardo Hay.
Col. Eduardo Hay who has been
selected by the Constitutionalists as
their spokesman now la In Washing-
ton and will present this view to the
senate foreign relations committee.
Having been In many battles Hay Is
familiar with the conditions In Mex-
ico and Is prepared to answer all
questions aa to the alms and aspira-
tions of the revolutionists. Hay first
Came into prominence in the Madero
revolution when as a young engineer
of Scotch-American parentage edu-
cated at Notre Dame university he
took up arms against the Dtax gov-
ernment. He distinguished himself In
many of the early battles especially
at Caaaa Grandes Chihuahua where
he led a famous charge In which be
was wounded several times and Tost
his left eye. He was taken prisoner
by the Diss troops but made his es-
cape from a Federal hospital under
sensational circumstances. He was
one of Madero'a chief officers and
later was elected to the Mexican con-
gress being chosen speaker of the
chamber of deputies for a short time.
Faith In Hay. .
The Constitutionalists ara pinning
much faith on tha argument Hay will
make before the foreign relations
committee aa he speaks English well
and is conversant with the llberitl
movement in Mexico as any of their
mi in l ret- He came to Washington re
cently from Sonora where he assist-
ed General Obregon In his successful
campaign against Oeneral OJeda.
Secretary Hrysn was at his desk In
the state department today but re-
ported no advices from Mexico. He
said he would remain here tomorrow
at least and waa not certain when he
would resume his lecture engage
Ml lint It AM Hi ll-IDE.
C'hirage Ulbesrapber Carries Mis Affin-
ity Into Meruit Wllth Himself.
H i The i.e.. nil. J free
New York Aug. 8-- After eluding a po-
licemen welling to arreat blm on the
complaint of his wife Herry ti. Klllutl
a lltbograpbsr x yeara old accompanied
by Mlaa Kllen rlthley. yeara old laat
eight went tu a polut In Macomb's Hem
park knonn as "Uivera' Leap" wbara
early today KUlott killed his companion
and ended his owu Ufa by ahootlng. A
note found nearby slgued by both read:
"To whom It may concern : This Is
lo certify that ws two both bstre sgreed
14 die together. Ws hsve sinned but
w bath love esch other and sooner thsn
pert we die together Osr wish is tbat
our hodlee be not parted in 1 oil
KIHutt and Miss Mlbley cams ber
about two weeks ago from Chicago. Yes-
terday Mr. Elliott appeared al their
boarding honse and demanded te aee
r lieu. Whits Mrs Klltolt and a pollce-
soaa waited at tha eatraace. Elliott and
alias Blhlay eacaued by way ef tbe roofs
f ad). .in ins bosses lira Klllott couM
not be found today
AMBASSADOR TO GRKMAN Y.
JutsUor J an few l.erard Haa Difficulty
la Finding it. i.i. 10
Bp Th A a ! .-
Berlin. Aug. I. Justice Jam's ier-
ard. of Now York who haa been tend-
ered the post of ambassador to Oor-
many by President Wilson after
speadlag sevsral days hsre In a vsln
search for aew quart ra for the em-
bassy la much discouraged Justice
Uerard tuts Inspected all Ihs avail-
able huusoa In Berlin end said to-
night that until he succeeded In find-
lag a plec adapted to the require-
ments of his family and ths smbaaay.
he was . unaidering declining tbe poet.
He added tbat the preeent am baser .
the lcs.se on which expire the flret
of next April. Is too cramped for his
needs but that he haa lies unable
to find a substitute although be is
willing to pay for It out uf his private
Merlin aa ami a sea
breul the nation
U. S.Grant Jr. 60 and Bride 36
Now On Around World Honeymoon
Han Francisco Pal Aug. 3. -When It. 8. (Irsnt. Jr. ths eldest son of Hen.
f K Urant former president of the United States left with hta young bride for
Honolulu and around tbe world on their honeymoon be merely laughed at the
stories that bis relatives bad opposed bla marriage. It was ssld that he hsd set-
tled nnywbere from several hundred thnussnd dollsrs In two millions upon bis
youug bride wbo nss Mrs. Kdward ('. Will a widow she la thlrty-alx snd he
is sixty. Tbe opposition to the marriage on the part of the tlrnnl relative de-
veloped b.tib because of tbe difference In Ihe ge of the couple and becauae of
tbe alleged antenuptial settlement
IN REVOLVER BATTLE FOUOHT
YESTERDAY IN YUBA COUN-
HOP PICKERS BEGIN STRIKE
RESIST ACTION OF OFFICERS
KILLING DEPUTY SHERIFF
AND DISTRICT ATTORNEY
STATE TROOPS SENT TO THE SCENE
Oovcnuir of California Orders Flvo
Companies of State Militia Out
on a Ntjiecial Tralii.
Bp The Associated Press
Sacramnntn I'al Aug. 1 A apeclal
train carrying five companies of
mllltla haa been ordered to leave here
at midnight for Wheatland Calif
where four men Including the district
attorney of Yuba county were killed
today In a revolver battle between
100 striking hop pickers and a sher-
iffs posse. The mliltlsmen are
equipped with 200 rounda of ammuni-
tion to the man and three days ra-
tions. Hop llt kerx Make Trouble.
Adjutant General Korbee was em-
powered by the governor to declare
martial law in the district Accord-
ing to repreaentatlves reaching hsre
from Wheatland the hop pickers
held a meeting at noon today and
formulated demands for Increased
wages. All were employes of the
Durst Ranch which Ilea partly with-
in Wheatland township.
Durst and Constable Anderson at-
tended the meeting. When Durst re-
fused their dnniund the men became
abualve. Anderson sought to place a
leader under err sat He escaped and
Anderaon telephoned to Sheriff
George H. Voss of Yuba county for
IU w.U'-r 1 no I tlprne.
Voss gathered a posse and hasten-
ed to Wheatland by automobile from
Maryavllle Ihe county Beat. Manwell
accompanied hint When the ma-
chine reached Wtvaatland Voas and
four dsputles spproached the rioters
who had gathered mtmr the Durst
ranch house. Voss Bought U parley
with them Abusive language waa
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hurled at him and he seised one man
and atarted toward the motor cars.
The prisoner's friends leaped 11 1 the
sheriff and beat him Into uneonselnus-
ness. The deputies made s charge
snd a volley nf shots was exchanged.
District Attorney Manwell standing
by the automobiles snd Reardon a
deputy sheriff were Instantly killed
as were two colored hop pickers Nels
Nelson a wealthy farmer. Constable
Vndorson. two women and throe men
bystanders also were wounded. Sev-
eral shots It Is said were fired Into
Voss' body as he lay unconnclous on
Automobile Driver Etamnew.
The driver of tho sheriff's auto-
mobile waa the only man In tho car
to escape the bullet. He Jumped
from the car and fled.
After the firing stopped the sur-
vivors of the posse were permitted to
gather the dead and Injured and
take them Away. They hastened lo
Maryavllle In the aecond machine.
The reporta at ten o'clock say that
the Durat brothera. owners of the
ranch -their mother mid -two i hlldren
ara surrounded In Ihe home and the
rioters had threatened to kill anyone
who came nut. Armod with ahot
guna the strikers srn patrolling the
roads on both sides of the Durst
One Industrial Worker of tha
World taken Into custody In the town
said that the ranch employee were
striking for better aanltary conditions
In csmp and the field alan for freah
water service once a day.
He ssld that message had been
sent out by the Ivadera of the L W.
W. organisation calling all members
to Whestlsnd. Four srrlved In
Wheatland by trsln tonight and were
held by the Volcnteer gusrds.
One of the members of Ihe mob d.
clsred the member of the sheriff's
posse opened fire first. The hop
pickers did not fire he said until two
of their number hsd fallen Mem-
bers of the posse denied this.
BALK AN n I I HI St E.
Peace Agreement I- Making Steady
Bp The AaaecMfed I'rtte
Bucharest Aug. 1. The Balksn
peace conference 1 making ateady
progress but It I hardly possible that
a preliminary peace treaty can be
signed by the time the five days' ar-
mistice expires this week Rumania
haa propoaed s three days' extension
of ihe compact.
Tha new frontier between Ituuranla
and Bulgaria as agreed upon will
start twelve kilometers south of Balt-
Jlk a port In the Black eea run
northwesterly lo a point twelvs kilo-
meters south of in 1. 111. b and finish
nine kilometers west of Turttikal on
the Danube about forty mllea south-
east of Hue hi rest It I understood
ths allies will abandon their demand
for an Indemnity from Bulgaria
Ths disposition of Kavala In Ihe Vi-
layet of Malonikl on Ihe Aegean sea.
remains the thorniest problem which
the conference has to deal which
seems destined to produce snother war
within s few years even If t a set-
tled now without further hoetllltiee.
BH WltON KV ARMY-
I . fi 1 a races 1 eatrirday in bran-h ol
the etietueian lie be I Army.
Bp The !.. on. d err as
Caracas. August I Ths sapadl-
tlonary army mobillaed to Invade the
Venezuelan aisles where rebel furies
srs operation I'll Caracas today
1 . 1
and at Ksplnaao Caballo. Oeneral Bel-
le Is aald to have been victorious over
Thomas W. Voetter. consul at La
Oulra haa bean ordered by Secretary
Bryan to come in Caracas and tabs
charge of the American legstlnn. the
duties of which sre now being per-
formed by a elerk.
Cyrus N. Clark vice-consul will re-
main In charge of the office at La
AtlKD WOMAN ASSAULTED.
Ml see. or I IMsae Is Searching for Negro
Bp The t ..... on. . 1 St ssi
Paris. Mo. Aug. 1. Mrs. Ells
Mills aged I years waa aaaaulted
here laat night by an unknown irmn.
She waa first beaten with the man's
fist and then choked Into Insensibility.
Mra. Mills Is a widow snd Uvea aloae.
Neighbors found her early today In a
Suspicion tor the attack on tha aged
woman reata on a negro an ex on
vlct. and a man hunt haa been on al;
day. but without result. The negro
served a term In prison for a similar
crime hare aaveral years ago. Excite-
ment la high and many threat of
violent treatment have been made.
MEETING OF EAGLES.
Bp The A Meets fed Press
Baltimore. Md. Aug. 1. More than
1000 delegates are here for the fif-
teenth annual convention of the Grand
Aerie of Eaglea which will open with
a reception tomorrow night. The bus-
iness sessions will begin Tuesday
morning and laat until Friday.
WESTERN MINERS' OFFICIALS
AND MICHIGAN LABOR FED-
ERATION OFFIC ERS MEET
HIVE COMPLICATED SITUATION
Governor of Scale Making Strong Ef-
fort to Bring About Settle-
ment of Strike.
Bp The Associated Press
Calumet Mich.. Aug. A Conference to-
day between Western Federation of Min-
ers officials sud officers of the Mi. hi
gan Stats Fedsratlon of Labor compli-
cated lbs situation In tbs copper miner'
strike At lanat two sessions were held
and it waa reported lhat one of the visi-
tor Wt V- Ingram nf Ifelrolt waa prea-
nl tbe repreeantstlve of Governor
Kerrls In s frsah effort by tba State
.. utiie to bring Into barmouy tba
Tba men who met first lu HaacotS
and later In Calumet were: ClaadS 0
Taylor tirsnd Haptds. ami Homer K
Wstsrmau. Kalauiaaoo president ami
secretary of tba Michigan Ntnte Federa-
tion; F F. Ingrsm lietrolt a former
officer of Ihe ssine body. nd C. K. Ma-
honey. J. 1. Lowuey and Janee Terslch
of tba executive board of tbe miners
union. Guy E. Miller aasoclats of the
latter three also took part In Ihe later
Nons of tbs men would discuss the
Nil me roils -mi r 11 le s.
Of tbs uumerous surmise that grew
out of the meet ion- the one thst gslued
tbe Widest credence hsd It Hint the
state federation men were endeavoring to
find a way to get tbe mluers back to
work on sdvantagsoua teruia as to lo-
. reused wages and shorter hours and at
the Basse lime .in a prccllcsl recog
iiltlsn of the uulnn principle from HM
mine owners. Hue of the chief objec-
tions which tbe operators have sdvauoed
lo recognition of Ihe atrlklng organisa-
tion la thst -Its officers cuius from min-
ing districts other thsn Mtcbigsp. It
therefore . was conaldared reesoaebla tu
suppose thai If Ihe Michigan federation
took a direct hsnd In lb sltustlou the
mine owners might be persuadsd to con-
fer with "home folks." In public utter-
s rices howevsr. ths Isbor laadera gava
no bint tbat any aurh movement was
President Taylor and C E. Maboney
apoke to a big mass meeting this aft-
sraoon sud tbe former assured the
crowd thst ths strikers' can wsa the
late urganlaatlon cauaa. Mr Maboney
snuounced st tbe same meeting thst he
wss going to th federation's hesdqusr-
lers In lienver and tbat he wired
heads of every nstloaal labor organisation
tu meet blm there In conference cauaen inuigniiiioti meetings to De held
strike Oa t rtalab. ' many parts of India and Burmah
Ha aald the atria was on lo a fliilaav lad to serious rioting at Cawnpore
lie also laid atres upon a denial uf th today. A procession of natives carry-
company's claims tbat tha rammers had 1 Ing black flags visited the mosque and
averaged f or more a day In the local I began replacing bricks of the partly
mines and quotsd flgurss to show thst demolished edifice. An attempt to
the wag bare was close 19 f I (M for dlaperse Ihe gathering reaulted In a
such work. J conflict with the police who fired a
Tbe union masting aud tbe parade that volley Into the crowd killing 13 per-
prrceded It were on s par with tha big anna and wounding 30 One police-
demonstration f Ibe previous Hundsy
n he men have turnsii oat ao nnen mat
I bay have 1 adept at marching
nd tha thousands who paased through
Womes color bearars were eeg anient
snd a htg delsgstlon of daughters
by their mothers carrying or whsellug
In gocarts tba ybunger memliers nf tbs
saa lale Baa?.
The troops passed s quiet Sun. Is)
No dlsturhancaa vara reported In Ihe
early boors sarept that s semry of com-
pany K bad flrad at an Intruder who
triad to creaa Ike guard Uses Liter two
men attempted to break past the sams
aealry but ran when challenged
None of Ibe operslors would ssy when
they s insert ad l" begin actual mining
operallnlis bat It was knows that ef-
fort wra being made ta rally such
iindergrouad workers wlsbd to go
barb aad U waa predicted lhat Bonis
f them would ha seui down the shsfts
wliblB th sest few days
PANAMA I'M IKK I APONllloN
Bp The Associated fnss
London. Aug I Th "Standard"
and "Chronicle" In editorials this
no .ruing warmly repudiate Ihe Idea
ihst the Panama canal tolla act had
au thing to do with Greet Britain's
decision not to partiotpata la the Panama-Pacific
Exposition at Has Fran-
cisco Ths newspapers say they hope
the Americas press will eovaitl (his
C flNSI'MRD ON TARIFF LEGISLA-
TION NH BILL IS tWl IN
THE SEN I I
WILL PISS IS PRESENT FORM
REPUBLICAN M UMBERS Kit KINO
OVER BEING HELD IN A
CURRENCY LEGISLATION MOVES SLOWLY
Mexican Situation la With President
and Secretary of state. But Seat-
ate Will Do Some Probing.
Bp The Assedsfed Peeas
Washington. Aug 2 - Four months of
the extra session of the Demneratle
congress have passed with the tariff
revision bill still In the early stagea
of consideration hy the senate tha lob-
by Investigation about to become a
doubled barrel affair with senate and
houae committee probing the Mexican
Itilallnn engaging deep Intereat in
both hrannhea. and Republican leaders
getting restive In the heat over Creel- I
dent Wilson's determination to force
currency legislation on what they term
a "tired out" enngreaa.
As for the tariff lta paasage by tha
senate In Its preeent form la conceded
the only doubt now existent being aa
to the time ihe task will be completed.
This depends sccordlng 10 minority
senators on some understanding being
Intlmstlon that they will not be in
the mood to hasten tariff deliberations
I' they were lo he kept here after ths
psssage of the Mil to enact currency
leglalatlon continue to be made by
Democratic leaders however. Intend
to discuss the measure seven hours a
day. later It Is proposed to hold night
session. Part of the Ifemorratlc plan
to get Ihe tariff bill on to the statute
books as soon aa possible I to refrain
from making set speeches tine sena-
tor remarked the other day that when-
ever a Democrat showed algna of de-
livering himself of u long speech some
member of the committee would rush
over snd put s musxle on him
Wnlsh in 11. BUI.
Senator Walsh set at rest all doubt aa
to his position by coming riui flatly In
support of the hill
This work will bring the senste to
the fight over free aiignr and prolonged
discussion is certain
liafors the sugar schedule la reported
however the metal schedule wll b
takn up. there being two minority aub-
stltutes to be' 1 p.... . fta change In
the meaaure Is anticipated the Demo-
erata having demonatrated' their com-
plete mastery of the altuatlon.
I arrfsey 1 ealsdaflBB.
Currency leglalatlon will not get very
far thla week. Ihe Oli.ea Owen bill being
still In the House committee which will
meet tomorrow to take the formal vote
on referring It to the Bamnciglla JtllfllU
of the house August 11 Principal at-
tention in tin. house will be directed to
tin. lobby Investigation.
Ths house committee plana to go di-
rectly Into the charges and lutlmallona
of dealings with members of tbe lower
branch of gross In the last decade aa
outlined In Mulball's correspondence
submitted to tbe senate committee. The
aenate committee will begin to hear
the mauufac turera aide of tha atpry.
Th Mexican alius lion atlll la In the
hauda of President Wilson and 3ecre-
tary of state Bryan but the aenate
committee on foreign relations plana
to Inveatlgate the conditions In Meg.'
leo further and. probably will hear 8en-
ora Madero widow of the late president
of the republic snd other Mexlcana
who have flrat-hand knowledge of con-
ditions No action Is expected tu be taken
by ye aommlttne until Prealdent WU-
Bon has outlined a definite policy.
CONFLICT OVER MOSCJCE.
PoUor Fire Into Crovtd at Cuwnporo
Killing 1.1 Persona.
Bp The Assoclutrd Pris
Calcutta Aug. 3. The demolition
of a portion of u moauue at Cawnpore
for street Improvements which hsd
man was shot and forty othera were
MOTOR N it HAILBOAT
11. .mi. 1 I nun Malm lo San Frauftsoo
Via Panama Canal.
Kaatpori. Me Aug 3 Hound fur
Ban Francisco by way of the Panama
canal In It-foot motor ami sail-
boat. Captain Matthiaa Johnston of
Perth Am hoy N. J . Bailed today fr..m
Todds lle.ul. the most Kaaterly point
In Ihe United Btalea. The craft la a
big whaleboHl from Ihe l ulled Slatea
Cutter I'M. 11 and hit a beam of five
feel nine Inches.
I I Mil. I II Ml Villi l(
a. Bp I he 1 ..... ...i.u I ..
weather throughout th. cuumryi
. . ept in the Gulf and I'acifia) d
e cuast slatea during th. uiing a
week la predicted by Hie experts
uf ihe weather bureau.
'Ths distribution of pressure
tndlcatss temperatures much be- w
low the seaaoaabls averages th
conning week over ihe Noitji-
wester a atatea and gieai central
w vallaya No warm wava la prub-
able east of Ihe lti k) motile.
tains. The pre. ipilatlon during
Ihs wssk will be generally IkgaA
and local." a
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