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STIRS UP WILSON
Fletcher's Trip to Tuxpam
Due to Inquiries by
ALL ADVICES REPORT
QUIET IN OIL FIELD
Assurance Given by Rebel Com?
mander That Foreign Prop?
erty Will Be Protected.
Tribun? Bureau I
Washington, N'ov. lt.. The ?ending
of Rear Admiral Fletcher, accompanied
by .lohn Und, the President's peraonal
? itivr- m Mexico, to Tampico
and Tuxpam to Ineeatlgat? coadHUm?
in thee? great OU nutres, was the re?
sult, it was learned to-day, of Brltlah
concern in Ui? danger which threat
. t.?fi the oil propertlea
ii appean that the British Consul
at Tampico iteard a repotl that Ameri?
can marines would he landed at Tux?
pam t.? protect ionien property. He
Immediately report? .1 t.> sir Lionel
Cardan, the British Minister in Mexico
City. Sir Lionel pot into touch with
Nri<*on 0*_haughnea?y, the American
charg? d'affalrea who know nothing of
the- report but telegraphed it to the
Sir Lionel evidently t.lceraphed the
alleged news to tin? Brltlah Embaaay
hero, and on Sunday night Sir Oc-il
Spring-Lit o, the Blitlah Ambassador,
?eat Blr William Tyrrell, privat.? secre?
tary to tho Brltlah Minister for For?
eign Affaire, now visiting in Washing?
ton, to see President Wilson anil ln
ciuire what the 1'nltcd States intended
to do ; t Tuxpam. England has war?
ships of her own in Mexican waters,
und if British Interests ?r.- to ti? pro?
tected England probably wants to as?
?n that protection with her own
marines and blucjaekt is*.
Wh'-n the report? of all this agitation
reached Waahlngton the administration
was stirred to action. Sir William
Tyrrell was told that th?-r. was no in
tentton of landlag marines at Tuxpam
at this time. The situation did not re?
quire it. The same thing was tele?
graphed to Mr. CShaughneaay.
Then, according to the narrative told
to-day, Un administration decided it
would he a good thing to have Rear
.dnnlral Fletcher make a peraonal In?
vestigation of conditions. So, on Bun?
nlghl the Secretary of the Navy
instructed him to proceed to Tuxpam
and Tampico, and he is probably ul
,it Tuxpam. The entry of John
Lind in",<. the matter is not made
eptiifl clear, but it is known that
he has accompanied Hear Admit ul
Just why this investigation should
I . made is far from fully expiai; ad.
red at the State and Navy
re all to the effect tha<
qui??I nigns in the- vicinity of Ttix
I i m. and it is known by The Tribune
correspondent that assurantes have
been rei Ived by the administration
i rum both federal ami i ? bel b aders com?
manding the armed for<-es in that vi
t init*. tint foreign property will not be
PEARL THIEF TOO ACTIVE
Succeeds in Eight Robberies in
One Day?Caught on Ninth.
I O. The TMtMHM.1
Paris, Nov. 25. Comtesse des Conr
t:1s was robbed to-day of a bag con?
taining a pearl necklace, valued at
"".-?.Om. She was sir pplng In the Rue
She Immediately informed the poli. e.
who within two hours captured a hand
?ome Rirl in the art of scaling another
shopper's gold purse. The thief was
taken to PoUcc Headquarters, and on
In Ing searched the countess's pearls
and aerea other pun?? wee found in
MISS MARIALPORTER DEAD
Widely Known Educator Was
Ninety Years Old.
Maria Morgan Porter, nlnetj ysathi
old, or.e of the foremost educators in the
try, died yesterday at her home at
Miss Porter, with her sister, Sarah arho
died In 19##, was widely known as a co
prlncipal in the Missis porter School, at
i annlngton, which was i of utilised as s
leading girl's seminary of the Boat it
was founded by Sarah Porter, who begat:
It In a small wav, its fame spreading until
s rara! additions were mad? to accommo?
date the in r.ased attendance.
Mi?.-- Porter was a sister of Noah Por?
ter, on-e president of Yale Her nephew,
? ?r. Roberl Porter Keep, who died In 1914,
was prominent as a professor of Greek
and as author of test books for the study
of oreek btratare.
YOU ere cordially invit?
ed to confer with the ?.-'
officer? of this company in
regard to the Federal In?
come Tex Law.
*t :' ??
OiAcottiea msy be aroid- '**
I ed by appointing this com- V
?i~, paoy your agent or costo- I
.**] diao of your ?ecuritie?.
Fifth Av. t* ?3-1 th st
isiifi.-mimiiiniiii i. i
A RAPHAEL FOR SALE
Duveens to Give Preference,
However, to British Nation.
Illy CUOte tn The TriM'iu I
London, Nov. _?.?It is announce?!
that the smnllsr snd earlier of th?
two pictures ol the "Madonns and
Child'' by Raphael fron the late Lord
Cowper'a collection has boon purchased
by Duveen Brothers. The purchase wsi
effected in ?Scptetnbcr. Ths fJaveetis
stats thai as it had been bought by
thin a- art dealen the picture is in s
?-?us? on ihe market, but it is not like?
ly to leave this country for America.
Therewai ?tonga tacit und?trstandinfi
amonnting Slmost t?< ? tradition, in the
Cowper ?frunil) that if thit picture were
ever disposed ?f the National Gallery
should be ?liven the first refusal of it
at i sum te he sgieed upon. The Du
veeni socordlngly undertook that if
they were allowed to purchase the pict?
ure they would hand it t?> thS National
Gallery at the asms price as they
paid for It.
W'i. n the sale Ml completed the
ttfer to the nation urge formally made,
but after careful consideration the
trustees and director- of the National
Gallery had. to their ?Teal regret,
owing to the ?scarcity of 'and?- at their
disposai, to decline it.
The picture Is, In the nnanlmcmi
Cplnlon Ol art Clitics, one Of th I most
precious pictures by Raphael that bas
1. ' inc down to US.
FOR CIVIL WAR
Nationalist Volunteers to Oppose
Unionists Free Fights at
? t. Ctble to Th? Tr!' ?? ?
Dublin, Nov. -."?. Ireland will ihortly
he an armed ?amp, north and south.
Every one la by now acquainted with
the existence of the Ulster Unionist
volunteers. Th?-* Unionist volunteer
movemenl has now extended as fur as
Dublin, and 2.000 I'm ?mst ant I-Home
Rulen in the rlty and suburbs are
being drill??! each week. A dtlsenj
army of transport worker, has also
bot n heard of in speeches.
At Liberty Hall to-day th?- first steps ',
were taken In drilling recruit* ?Be* j
tween eighty and one hundred members !
of the Auncler Btreet '?ram h ?>i" ths
Transport Workers' Union man hid
from the city t<? Croydon Park, snd on
?the way were Joined by others, The
park wse closed to all except memb?
of the union, bul it Ii said thai the
drilling, in which large numb? **? of men
took part, was carried on during I
To-night a meeting which deserves
much mors attention was held In the
Rotunds Gardens stating rink. Itwas
|a public meeting f.?r the enrolment of
i the first I'ui'lln corps of Irish voun
teers, Th?- object of this corps, us set
out in ths notice of ths meeting. Is i<>
secure and maintain the common rights
of the whole Irish people, It If. bow?
-?ver, a purely Ifstlonsifst movement
ami is t.. be a _et-off t.. the Unionist
volunteer movement In the north.
The skating rink, v.in. h Is capabl?
j holding an audience of 5,000, was
crowded and ? etrong hostil.- element
was present, Larkln's transpon work?
?is were ?against ths objects of ?the
meeting and interrupted at every point,
Almost every man present carried a
[stick. Hatters soon became threaten*
ing and revolver shots were fired, but
though fr?-" Bghts were frequent, appar?
ently no one was hurl A large body
of itudentS lei Off fir'work.??, and 'Ins
caused a panic, hundreds of people
scrambling to g? t outside,
Th?- transport nun forced their way
to ths doors ami i?ft in a body, march?
ing and Shouting ai they mad.- ?heir
way thiouj-h Sakvil'.,- stn.-t i,. Lib?
erty Hall, a gr?at number of those
present enrolled themselves In ths new
(SAYS WEDDING WAS 14TH
i Mrs. Chandler White House
Bride, Too, She Asserts.
; B] T? as-**-**- lo 'i i.?.- in? n .
Anderson, Ind., Nov. _.">. - Mrs. Elisa*
betb ?Chandler, seventy-two years "i?t.
widow of James n Chandler, <>f tins
city, ssserted to-day thai her wedding
was the ninth in the Win!? lions.-, and
that the Wedding there to-da. \>,,is the
fourteenth Instead of ths thirteenth,
Mrs. <'handler said sin- was living at
AugUSta, Va., in 1S?;_, when she and
James ii. Chandler eloped t.? Washing?
ton to be matTK'il. They were bewil?
dered und called at ths White Mous.'.
?Presiden! Lincoln sent for a Baptist
niinist'-r, win? officiated at the wedding.
IfeanwhllS a rainstorm began and the
President suggested they stay over?
night In the Whit?* House. They did
bo, had brsakfssl there and then Wenl
to Harper'! Perry. ?Mrs. ChandW saye
proof of her marriage is on fi|p in the
FILLING OFFICES ABROAD
Wilson Names Secretaries of
Embassy and Legation.
Washington, Nov. *??These nomina
lions were ami to the Senate to-day by
Pre? dent Wilson
s. ,,i,ii ?eerotarles sf Embassy?Arthur
Hugh Friizi. r. of Pennsylvania, at Pari-*;
Thomas limckley, the Iiistriet of Colum?
bia, at Vi. ana; Arthur Mason Jones of
New Tort ,t st Petersburg; Henry
?'ol.-in.it! May of the i'istri.-t of ?*oium
bia. at Tokio; <;.?,,>>_?. T ?-"umuicrlin. of
Louisiana, at Merlin.
le rotary of i-rgation and Consul Qea
eral al las lalvador, Henry f. Tennant.
or Ne v York.
S. entalles of 1? Ration -William Whit?
ing Andrews, <>f <>hi<>. si Perno; James. '
O. Ballsy, of Kentucky, at Usbon; !
Pian, is Mutu-oe Bndloott, of Massecho-?
hi its. at Kau Jos?-, ?'osta Hica; Franklin
Mott Qonth?M. Of Virginia, at Chris
fat'.'?. M Marjh-ll Lsmghorns, of \'u
to the N.th. i lands ami l.uxein
burg; William Spencer, of P? ims\ 1 \ ania.
at Caracas' Iheldon Whlteheuse, of New
Yoik at Managua.
Pecon'1 -recretary ?>f legattsn, PTodoricfi
A. Sterling, of Texa-, at Peking.
COSTLY, OWEN SAYS
Senator Declares Business
of Nation Suffers Loss
of $5,000,000 Daily.
TO BE HELD TO DAY
Will Try to Prevent Defections
from Their Ranks Four
Bank Plan Advocated.
if-'n.'ii Tl e Trlt.'ini? Murcau. I
Washington, .No-, It. The difference
between the two currency Mils presentad
t" the Senat?' l.y the two factions of ?h
HankinK an.! Currency Committee ?ras
portrayed to-day by Senator HltchCOCfe ?I
tin "difference between s success and a
failure." With ei*,*ht regional banks, the
smallest number t.? which the Prealdent
WOUld aeree, the proposed ?nrr? tu > s> s
t.m win not he put Into operation, said
Mr Hitchcock With 1.1, - - plan for twelv.
banha provided bj the Mouse hill, half
the number ?rould never he able to per
fe?t their organisation, he declared.
p.?.th Senat..r Hltchi.k and Senator
< even called attention to the fact thai
the country is already feeling the effect ol
irrency legislation, even though the
?:.? of th'- oill Is not v t d?finit? I v in
'alight Senator- i ivv.-n estimated that the
business of the country was Buffering s
???us ..r ("MOMM s day. "Hanks are ai?
read] accumulating fash," s.iiti Bei
Hitchcock, "and calling their loons In
anticipation of the poaaage of the bill, |
and the effect is being fell ?1res ly all j
ov i r the country."
The Democratic conference win he hat*
to-morrow to map out ? plan ol action
and to prevent defections from the ma?
jority ranks, if possible. There ?ras ?
oisposition amoni the Democratic lead?
ers to-day to accept at far as pceeible
the amendments proposed by the Hitch?
coch faction of the Banking ami Cur
I'M. v Committee to obviate controvei
and possible revoll on the floor of the
The d?rision t.. h'.M the i "'if' r> ?> ?
the result ?.f t.iiks between the Preatdeat
and party leaders In the s. nate,
' >n th.- question of the numbei of if-!
glonal hanks, th. most aerloua point ol
difference, Benatot Hitchcock said to-4a]
"t m?, of the most oh? lous defi
House bill la the prepo il t" ?
twelve regional reset ri b <t\i'
feet i-, s., plain tiiat both wing? ol the
committee have recognised It Most of
the reserve banks so established wou'd In
evltabl) be ?o weak In e;(pit.,i and di
posits as to i.? entirely useless If II
posai ble to ?.ri-..i /? them they would
.?!?? rattni expenses, end s
i- a sour.f danger, Instead of strength
"in all probability, however, half of
il., m would never be able to pi rfi t then*
? laatlon Recognisini the
of reducing the number; Senator Uwt
m et Ion of the ? ommltti ? I I
to eight, and th.- ao tlon of th<
tee i eprem nt< .' bj me has reduced
i, mbei to foui This present
sharp difference In committee, and II
an Important lesut In t'if Bonete W
there is no different?>? la pnn. Ip.*. iMT?
i? a east difference In effect To my
mind it is ttie iiiii.-riMi?-?' i.. iv... ; ?
and faihire '
Benatoi Bhsfrotli Insii ted thai
than eight regional bonks would i
countr) >v Ithoul sdi quote prol
cam of pnni.. bei s ise of the Inal ty ol
remote country banks to K< I m
quickly from thi reserve I anna
ARTISTS TO HONOR
J. ALDEN WIER
Toast Him at Salmagundi Club
as One Who Has Kept
at the Top.
M.it.' tnan ?ixtj artists wha
?t.. i accomplishment In the Hi Id ol ,
American arl ?ave .? dinner m tt.. Bal
mafundl Club last nlghl t.. .i ttden ?
Wli r, the fenre palnti r, ? ho
for twenty-el? i lember of Ihe
National Academy of Design Thej t<
et him a* one whe had always kepi at
th?- tr.p since he ran '"ne.-k and neck"
with .1. ?'? Brown, th? atend? kins back
in the tt i
atarles tTesan, prealdent of th? Balma-I
* r.ii Club, left it to the speaker? to)
s...,nd the praises of Mi. Wi.-r RoyalI
Cortl?os, the ait critic, led Ballard I
Williams tOOk II Up v. h .-re \11 | ortlSSOS
left off, and othi is were still al H at j
puss tine. Later Mr. Wler gol a chancel
i'. . t?llate
Mr Cortlseoi Mid Mr. Wl. r had done
much to keep alive int.rest In Hum's
now, bol tu* h? *? er save way to the vio?
lent, crude, draetlc or bourgeoi? Wler*i
paiatlngs of Connecticut pastorea he
said, were loveliei than art) one evei sa?
In ?". nneetleiit.
Ballard Williams prop..s?.i the toast
"to the painter who bas alvvavs K> pt at
the top," ami Robert Vflldhack, the il?
lustrator, and a half ?iozeti inoie ,.: the
Balmagundfa mimt talented ? nt*? rtalners
kept the fUeatS In good humor until inld
niftht. Amoni? thus.- pieatal were Child? I
Maasam, Kmii Carlson, Oaorg? Bellow?,
Kenneth Fraser, Irvini wii?h, Robert |
Altkeii. W. T. Smedley, Hi n, e t'lutie.
Henry n*Jtteab?rg, a. q, Hetherlngtoa I
II T. Waltmati, Arthur Schneider. <llf
fOrd Heal. W. .1. Hen.l.y. L?0 Ml.-lzinei
and Cheater H?ach.
"MILLIONS" FOR A "SONG"
Defunct "Met." Shares Sold
for $1,805 toN. Y. 0. R'way.
Cancelled notes and other securities of
the old Metropolitan street Railway
Company, Which ?Dce had a par value of
J!.Mi...mm. vvrre sold vcsti-nlay for ?I.R".'?.
Tin Public service Comrataelofl author?
ized the New vor!; Railways Company to
huy th?jli .
These s?. i.riti'-s were formerly sol.l t,y
wiiham s. Turner, sa special sjaetor of
the federal court, to .1 M. Hurnett at
auction in the County Courthouse In May.
191S. The) had been In the possession
of William H. Ladd, receiver for the Met?
ropolitan ?ompanv. The aecurltles in
IM shares Aden Wait street Railroad
Company, it* shares Uth Street I'ross
town Com?an;.. 15,000 shares People's
Traetion Company, 5,000 shares Pulton
sire.i Railroad Corhpany, 16,000 shares
lath A .".'th Street Crosstown Line, :?
shares Breodwaj g Seventh Avenue
Company (the old Broadway cable line).
A IM voting trust certif?cete of the
inter -borough- Metropolitan Company.
A temporal v receipt of the t'entrai
Trust i'ompanv, dated August It, IS9S.
for SI.iir?n.'Min. tor first mortgage bonds of
the Wall A: < ?.rtlan.a Stuo?-t Ferries Com?
120 PROVE MERCY
IS JUSTICE'S AID
Judge ?Grain's "Probation?
ers" Show Well Under
SIX STEP FROM UNDER
Henry Heide Will Assist One Into
P.-?rt I of Qsneral Sessions looked like a
lecture room In ? Mg nnlretrslty last
night The room wtT**r crowd, ,| to th.*
?loots with y?teos men. They srere whst
Judge ? ram railed his "students of right
liiiiit:" ths men erhom lis lias placed on
probaUon Instead of sending then t?>
resterda) wss examination day for the
probatlonera it's ? still "ssnui" that
Judge train conducts, and if a man
ft ink** it meant S term in pri?on NOM
flunk. .1 la-t mcht. however. Out of the
12'? Wh? m er- summoned only three failed
to sppeor, end Judge (Train believes they
ha.i food excuses Ms graduated nnd to?
morrow will liare ? peeial cause for
thanksgiving. Thej won'l have to repott
sgain, snd the suspended sentence ?s no
longer hanging over them.
,\*o ens knew his neighbors name nwlem
he wss .? personal scqualntance. No
n.mu were called. Bach answered to
the number which was inscribed on ?ths
form he received when sentence was sns
pended. The numbers are also <m tile ?n
a h,?,k in which Judge Craln keeps the
i ?i i,id ?,r his probationers.
As hi.? number was called e.T-h proba*
nouer ?Stepped forward und had a hrlef
?conversation with Judge ?Train. The ?sue
dons were virtually the sanie in every
Tl.i'lk-c SOUghl the name, ad
i ipatlofl ami general t-ondltlon
?.f the prohatloner in every Instanc?
questions wore pul s<> klndlj that the
man feit thai Judge ?'ram h.?d a partic?
ular inter? st in his ? ase
in some Instant** the report of th?*
? tohatioti ../til... who sol si Judge Crsln's
el how, was unfavorable, snd ? rebuke was
sdminlsterrd If dangerous habits had
forpied, ??r if th.- probationer p.?
-.i',i n woi k whh h might lead to I
? "?Air.,!! i nrsi warned that a rlelatlen
,.i tlie law w:n n"t t ? to lead t?>
ill?' lmp<M '"ii "f the ??:'? te? whVli had
!.. ? n ? .. i . ?,.;, ,i
?. oung m,11, ? turne?! o? i*r to
Henry Heide, the candy manufacturer
.\ii Heide le s merabei ??f the CathoH.
snd istsd In
probation work ii" was in -souri last
In Old? ? tabllsh him?-. !f iti the |
I . bandon at I ??
? ?.??, ne? ? nsry that ?
ih? young i Ii , ? osttlon to com
mand tl ? ? Mi !l< Ids '
t""i. linn t,. on?
.,-.,! *?, ,!?, What be j
ah ol the m. ? before t ?
.' ? r? working dome "f I
? "I ' "? .? ?? a w. el, ThOSS ?
vlci ? ... making rsstll Hos
?. ? ? ? ? . .? Imtnal ? 'ourts Building
? 'n their young ?it
wstrhlug th-- te.n,,-. When t?,??:? num
i- ? ? th? . ? tunen left I
? ? I ? 'it up to tl
'I . ?e Ii:,-. tlll|*H ,,|f
?la months Moi I ,,t th,,?,- on
parole w.-e ?convicted "f petty offences
? of ti ? m ha1.?? bi'.-n .?n probatloi
tu,, | , .. :
COLOMBIA AGAIN PROTESTS
Objection Taken to Roosevelt'3
Washington, N??v 8 Th. Presidents ot
ail ti.? so... _. have re*
. copi? ? .a a resolution adopted by
the ? 'olomblan ? 'ongn ? . pi ote
? ? ??? rece?? ?"it'll'- net in ration ->r
formel Pr? ildi nl Roosei - it in Buenos
\) f ?, that his BCtlOn m 1901 Mi the ??.,
P : . ; matter .'..,,1 i>> en
in- i? w,i,?non di ' lares thai the ?talon*
bh.ii Congr? terpretlng public opin?
ion and on guard f'.t the rights "f the
nation prol I ??^t any public ap*
I given t.? th.- loss ,,f th,- Colombian
province of Panama, done In UOJ by Pres?
ident Roosevelt, sccordlng t.? ins own con?
fession " ,
' This protest," tii?- declaration a?lds, "is
based upon such public approval being
unjust, as it supports a manifest rloietton
of th?* law <>f initions and it la unworthy.
,?s it authorise! sn enormous sttacl
a government extremeh powerful sgalnst
a nation which links SUCh Strsngth. It
n Imprudent because it Justifies a policy
contrary to ih? Interests and rights of
I.atlti Ann? nan natlOflS, and mischievous
fur the sctlon of Justice, ss it stands in
opposition t" the actual attitude of the
government ami people .?f th" t'ni'ed
suit':- who profess i?> bs snlmated by the
very different sentiments <>f squlty snd
int, rn-itiopai friendship "
PUBLIC HACKMEN HAVE
THEIR DAY AT LAST
Take Places at Hotel Stands,
Under Protection of New
Public backmen, tuen who drive then
own laxlcabs, srere in svldence *rsstsrdsy
foi the fli-t Ume at hotel and Other pubtli
stand. I nd. i the new law all public
chauffenrs, whether employed by th?- taxt
Cafa companies '?r not. must have haek
men's licenses and srs os ?niai terma.
Metal si;;ns were phn ed on the curt) op?
posits each stand, designe ting th?1 number
"f cabS allowed thciv. I?eput\ Chief
I ?renn? n of the Bureau of Licenses, who
has charge of ths taaieabs, bad a large
i,umber ..f Inspector! on duty t?? see no
one was allowed at any stand SbOVO the
Him.her designated, n?' mid last svenlns
that ?veryihitiR m<?v?-d Sjsng without
The '.lire.HI of l.i'-enseS will n|?ill a
lain?* garage in about a month in West
.*.Tih st r?-? i. nsai Tenth avenus, for the
purpass of inspecting taxicahs ami other
rchicles srhMi have to be licensed under
the new ordinance. This work Is helm,'
done now in :i small garage at .''th street
iin?l Eighth a? ?'nue.
Some ?>f the companies are Sndselded as
to whether they siioiild appeal from the
"-isioii of the AppcHate I'ivision. settih?,
BSSSS th?* injunction against the ordinan? e.
but the Yellow Taxhab ?'ompan.v will do
r<?. It has not applied for licenses for Its
WHAT YOU WORK FOR
?THE thing you work and
? save for is valued more
by you than the thing that
The workman's cottage is
dearer to him than the rich
Our Guaranteed First
Mortgage Instalment Cer?
tificates furnish the method
by which you can get some
much desired thing that may
seem now just a little be?
yond your reach.
Write for the "Sale Way to
Save" or call at any office
AND TRUST C?
Capital . . $ 5,000,000
Surplus<all earned) 11,000,000
I17?S'way.N. T. 175 Kemsen St. B'-lyn.
350 rnltoB St.. Jamaica.
REBELS WIN HAND
| TO HAND FIGHT
t "titinii. .1 from first pmge.
border, and It is said there an? hun?
d?? ds. of men vet to be pent to Jueras,
Following- an appeal t.. the American
Red Croa? Society this afternoon by
Colonel Medina al Juarea, Dr. C. ??.
; Brad? n, local preeidenl df th? R <l
Cross, ttai asked permlssloB o? Beere?
[tary Charle? L Mage? to Rive _M to
1 the ?rounded ami bring them t?> Bl
Huso. Medina mude his requeat oa th?
Icondition that the ?rounded wars Us be
[regarded as non-combatant? and ?rare
I not to b? arrested by United states ?,r
Ifli rs when th'v recovered. Trained
nunca *nd several local phyalclana
?have volunteered to ?aalat if permis*
[?Ion is niven to k?i .?.toss the border.
Blxteea --f Uta ?rounded died ehll?
1 being brought from the battloflet-da,
and a ores ol th? oth? ri ?rill dl? during
i he night, it la said, pniess aid la given
| to them Immediately. Th? rebela have
I Ont) three stir??, otis and pfactlcall) "?>
surgical supplice, and the ?rounded are
f..r. ed to ? ndure their suffering without
the aid of anawthi I lea
i.ittie chUdrets .ire juiioiie thi wound?
ed, ami tip v bear tin- pain ai heroically
as do tin- men. it has been notlceabl?
?ill daj thai no groan? or complaiuta
are permitted to escape t?o-ir Upa. une
ten-year-old boy, frightfully wounded
by shrapnel, area brought on the laat
1 pttal tram. He w.is COMCIOUS I ? ' ? t
I uncomplaining and was carried
?I ? |al l< nderiM se b> the rough ?
soldiers to a temporary hospital.
a t. bei soldler, shot through th?
headend evidently dying, lay stretched
oi the ground Bear th? hospital tram.
Begging i cigarette, the ?h?iik soldier
muttered "Madero died for the .aus.
I ean ?to no more.'' He laj f"t- half an
ht ur unattended, rt ting tlirn and
i . .m die tor tin- ? ?use, a?
Madero .H!'' When iim.il.' the surgeon
res b< -i hire, he ?rai pasi aid, He had
died foi ih? . auee.
Thr.e federal troop train? and ?he
greater part of the federal ?rtlller; have
been captured bj Villa, e-*cordlng to
! .it. h ?.. r. id from ipin by
Colonel Medina to-night
Earlier la the a\ enlng Villa t. ie
"i communicate to you that la the
battle which t?.?tk place tin-- afternoon,
. i emj h d a _r< al ii t un i ?r of deed.
W* took from them 200 prisoner? and
<. 11 > 111 t ? -? i three cannon, 73 millimeter
and ? iiitnuniti'.n."
Th havoc among th? fighting armies
' been terrible, The number of dead
is estimated In th? hundred-, rei??-i
wounded claiming that ti.e Peder?is
must have lost fix hundred men. while
admitting that two hundred Constitu?
tionalists have 1.n killed. W'oiin.le?!
men an reported strewn all over the
battli fii Id
Colonel Porfirio Ta lama ni es, of the
rebel army, I? among th? killed, and
Oeneral Joel Rodrigues is among the
rebel wounded. Rebel? insist thai
General Ines Balea?r, one ..f th? teder?l
commandera, la wounded.
ran. ho Villa was in the thickest of
tin- ll/ihl at a point abOUl live miles
south of Mesa, according to men arriv?
ing on th? tram from th? front at noon.
Ilia Officer? are said to he trying to in
duce blm lO remain in th? rear, but he
peralat? In leading tin* principal move?
ment? m the centre. Th? hottest battle
has been along th? railroad.
That i in- federals ara trying to-night
to for. ?? their waj fnt?> Juarea under
? over of darkness is indicated l.y th?
tlririK that cm b? heard at the front.
it is the general belief thai the federals
have again Bought to break villa's
iililn ?ring and force their way into
Juarea along the foothills direct and
through the mountain i>ass by way of
? >n an appeal made l.v Americans at
Vsleta. Tex., that hundreds of ?trag
glen from th? federal army arhlch had
been Bghtlng opposite that point were
filling th? town, a troop of United
stat.-s cavalry was sent then to-night
from Fort BUSS- The federals when
defeated b| Zaragoss to-day began
seeking refuge on the American side.
and seriously threat, tied the American
This afternoon th? "_m United States
Cavalry wan ordered in from F.rt
l.liss t0 Ki\e additional protection In
i:i Paao, reinforcing th? troops sta?
tioned along the border in the lower
jmrt or the city.
Th?? rebel Generala Contrera? and
Chao began to-day an attach on the
city of Chihuahua, capital of the ?t?te i
of that name. Newa ?tf the attack w is
aanl t.? juarea to-algtn i>y General!
Villa, who had n?.t into communication
with the attacking forces i>y telegraph,
Farnum Drops Auto Complaint.
iMistin |*.iriiuni, the actor, appeared
Hi the Kss.-x Market ?ourt y.-alerday
uni asi-ed Magistrate Marsh to dismiss
ti- charas of reckless driving which
ani'im mads against Qeorge Murphy,
chauffeur, of Ko. ?i\ Fit* street, I'or
tsl Hills, bons island
la-niiin aald his wife was Heriotislv
Bjured and tliHt ?he is now resting]
..iiitott.'i.i.v The Btisfiatrate dismissed
.HOUSE PROBE URGED
! FOR COLD STORAGE
Bill Would Bar All Stale
Foodstuffs from Inter?
TRUST BLAMED FOR
HIGH LIVING COST
Representative McKellar Would
Prevent Storage of Products
More than Ninety Days.
[i->nrr. 1 be Tribune Ru'-au I
Washington. Nov. '.?.",. -With the ?onven
j In? of the regular session on Mond: ?
pressure ?il! he brought ?mon ths House
Committee on Interstate snd Foreign
Conunetrce t<> begin sn lmnM*rdlats Investi
gatlen of the "cold storage trust" and
the cost or living problem. Representa
tlve McKellar, wh.? has lnt**_**taced a Nil
to bar from Interstate corn meres ad food
stuffs !<ept in cold storage longer than
ninety days, announced to-day that he
had arranged for an early hearing on his
loverai House members who have bills
11,> regulate the shlpesenl of ?"old stored
products uill J"in Mr. McKellar in his
demand f"r a probe. which will take the
?i .?f a general Inquisition not only
uio the orb SS of eggs an?l meats, hut
Into the entire ?piestion:* of high prices
and SSpenSlVO living.
Representative McKellar, who asked
the Department of .Matice to get busy,
thinks there should be g- Congressional
Inquiry, He said:
The gray t" beat (town th??* prices on
the necessities of life is to beat the cam"
??f the ?-.?id storage operators, vvho sec*
nor the market by holding eggs and other
foodstuffs for months at a time. Ninety
days should be the limit, and I believe I
! iriak?' such a showing b? for?: the
1 lions.* Committee that legislation will
. r. ?suit."
The attack ?ti cold storage dealers bv
the ix-partm? nt ?>f Justlcs snd ?cengrcsi
| brought many lett?nrs and telegrams to
Attorney Osneral MeReyneids'i otiice to?
da?, urgently lequesting that ths dsalers
!??? granted a hearing before ths depart*
i takes the matter into the courts
The department's Inquiry start. .1 latur
.. end has ?progressed only far snough
ior the agents to tears something of ths
task before them.
HOLD EX-CLERK IN
( ,,ni ?mied from tlr?t page.
pany cot in touch with its attorney!
und th?' sttorneys ?ith private detec
Wht n ?Ploys K?'t off the train
he was- arrested.
He refused t?? talk. Tlie police at
the < Ire. nwich street station iv.re as,
I ?considerate ??f him, ?hen he mention? ?I j
his name, as they COUld have beep ??f
! a king, ami h?- smiled his thanks when
[the doorman deferentially escorted him
to .1 ?ell.
Tin? sttorne* i ?said early tins morning
Ihej erere In it" position t.? name the
amount which will eventually figure
, in the cas.', but the- approximated H
,.s likely to exceed I3SO.O00.
FRENCH CABINET WINS
Opposition Deputies Decide Not
to Challenge Vote.
fans. Nov .". Wit Ii the object of
bringing about th.. downfall of Premier
I Barthou'i Cabinet, the opposition partis
,,f th.? French ?Chamber of Deputies de?
manded to-day that the n?'W loan of
-_,,i..,,.,.?i to oover the budget deflctt
shoui.l l,e debated after the inheritance
?Premier Barthou aboolutel] declined to
accept tins pro**sdure and rnads the tjoes*
; tion ??n.* of a vote of confidence in the
Cabinet, At the last moment, however,
j tli.- opposition p.ut..-s withdrew their ob?
le.tion to tbs debate on the loan basing
priority, and no \ot>- was taken
The gOV? nun. tit's su <?? ss m tO-dS) 'S or?
deal strengthens the opinion in political
circles 'bat the nilliistr?. will weatii.-r the
PLAN TO END WAR
Violation of Pledges by Bell
System Declared to Have
<'hi.ago, Nov. _,*. Am "immense sum"
in telephone prollts has been lost to th?
t.l. phoni* companies of this country by
"destructive ??ompetition" between ind??
pendant ?] stems and tin* Am.'rican Tele?
phone and Telegraph Company. The pub?
lic has profited bv tin* wari'an*. and It
j was to put an end to this situation that a
fA3$,MMM merger was proposed by the
American company, bached by the ?Mor?
gan liuanciai power.
ThlS Was the substance of the tesll
! mony here to-day ?if i'.rn.st n. Fisher,
' Mcretsry <?f the CUIsons* Telephone com
pany, ?>f Grand Rapids, Mich* at the
' hearing In the gevemmenl anti-trust suit
: against tin? Amsrtssw sompany. Mr.
I Flshsr said tin- mtSger proposition was
: put int.? ?unis i,v Th seders n. Van,
! preeMenl of the Amsricsn company, and
that II I'. DavlSOn, of the tlrm of J. V. !
Morgan ???? *'<>. told ths sixty or seventy
Independent telephone men gathered to ,
h'-ar It that "the bous?- of Morgan*" was
prepared to guarantee the financing of ;
any (imposition mude by the American
Mr Fisher sal?l he had opposed the |
proposition as 'Improper" and fltiatu'ially '
had. Telephone rates rise to unjustified j
proportions as S0O0 as ?ompetition is
eliminated, he said.
Many Would Honor Adamson. ?
The committee in charge <?f the testl-1
momal dinner for Hubert Adamson, man-|
BgSt of the fusion campaign, reported '
.wsterday so many a? ceptauc.s that the
oommlttee might be unable to seat late
The dinner is to be bsM at the Waldorf,
Deoember i;,. In the huge ballroom, This
"?ill accommodai.' Ml PSTSOOS and nearly
that number liuv? already applied for
is exercised by
Company in the se?
lection of the ingre?
dients that enter
into its products.
are perfectly pro?
tected by being
packed in attractive
small tins, in pack?
ages with the famous
Mark or in the famil?
iar glass-front cans.
are sold, there you
will find the per?
fect biscuit of the
known as crackers
or cookies, wafers
or snaps, cakes or
jumbles, is the best
of its kind.
Always look for that name
Y. M. C. A. FUND
I .?it.nurd from HrM pug*.
h.-en pledpred t?? help us the i
hands of the dock along, then
feeling of uncertainty ai to the out?
The dl?cloeur? of the ?ntirces of
$*<?n/.mi ,,f the day before caused some
enthusiasm, ?rhea it appeared th.it
John I?. R..ci<. feil, r had Increased III
pledge M that it amounted t.. I
Frederick IV, V?nderMN ?rai ?a?
Bounced BS pledging |tf,M#. An addi?
tional 141,096 Mili remained in the
anonymous class, name of the giver
to he iriven later.
Th?' exat t am? "int secured yesterday
ai noon ?ras |2**g.9Sf, the result of
The Bold workers ??pent verv little
time at luncheon, and noterithstandlaf
Mr. Perkins's declaration that there
wasn't an inch of the town that hadn't
been covered the tribute pather*!"*
hustled out in ail direction? to M
vrhet could he done to All up the void
liefere midnight. Taxlcabs war? placed
at the disposal of some of the worker?
In order that no time might he V th
"It looks very much as If ?re had
Rot as far as Oft can ko." said the
Chairman. "From now OB it's a ques?
tion of faith more than bope."
It was suggested that a day mor?
might be added to the time if mid?
night did not bring about the result
hut th?*- chairman sal.l that the bargain
would ha\?? to he kept. "It wouldn't be
fuir." he salt!, "and some cf the giver?
INSURANCE MAN ARRESTED
Fugitive Broker and Adjuster
Captured in Texas.
Word was re.-.?ved by K..v..i If Wei?
ler. Aeetetaal iiistriet Attorney. ye*****"
day of the .irrest In San Antonio, T>*
of Chart?? ML Pinkney, Conner!) an ?B*
?Uranc? broker and adjuster, al N" l"
William .street. II.? is under lndictie?e*
for grand larceny It is alleged that **
appropriated to his own use |760, which
was .s.nt t<? him by th?? Prooert) iBep**
mee Compaay, of London, February *?
in payment of a claim for that amoust
The ciuim was tiled l.v Abraham >*?'*?*'?'
lace, a hotel proprietor, ol bi:t:?rod.
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