Vol. LXXIV...X0. 24.<U?.
|t .?i?, riel??. IBM.
Il? The Tribune *??#.?>< latir.n. |
NEW YORK, FRIDAY
MAY 8, 1914
To-day, rlr-ndy. peolveblr
TOMPEKATt RF. YESTERDAY?
High. IS: Low. 88.
Full report on pace 10.
PRICE ONE CENT
ta City of N?w York. Newark. Jener Cltr end Bobvkea.
ELMfTIVBERE TWO CE"?T8.
FUNSTON SENDS URGENT
CALL FOR MORE MEN;
HUERTA'S FALL NEAR
Tells War Department It Is Believed Quick
March to Capital Must Be Made
to Quell Anarchy.
HARD TO GET TYPE OF ENVOYS WANTED
President Wilson Seeking Diplomatic Experts in Sympathy
with His Mexican Policy to Serve in the Peace
Conference at Niagara Falls, Ont.
General Funston sent an urgent message to the Wat Depart?
ment late last night calling for more troops to be sent to him It was
believed in Washington that the general had learned that the fall of
Huerta was imminent, and that conditions in Mexico City would re?
quire a quick advance to the capital by the Americans.
President Wilson is having difficulty in finding men to name as
the American delegates to the mediation conference who meet his
test of experience and character and are in sympathy with his Mexi?
can policy. It is expected that one of the delegates will be a member
of the United States Supreme Court.
The mediators are framing a programme to be submitted to the
conference in Niagara Falls. Ont., on May 18.
Huertas delegates to the peace conference expect to start on
mission from Mexico City to-morrow.
One of the rebel aviators flew over Mazatlan and dropped bombs
into the city, killing four persons and wounding eight.
- ? P-i?--?u ;
ata*/ 7. Thus far the
has B?M nar?-i??d the
American delegates to the mediation
ro*- PYom trustworthy but U"B*
Sa it Is learned that the
Pr?".- ? ' I experiencing gr??at diffl
Og man of the type he de
plomatio e\perien:e and
an sr, who are not
at variance with the Mexican
? of the administration.
? || deatred, folloa-rln** the pr?c?dant
? .; President <le\ eland In appoint
? of the Supreme Court to
the Venezuelan Commission, to name
r-.emr.c:- e>f that body. and. as was
- Tl ? Tribune several days ago,
? | -ne considered.
?i is also being
ratai Ettata Is aasumed to
ha?, e furnished him adequate diplo
matli e\p.ri'r *> it is believed, more
? r, that he would prove "simp?tico"
th the administration"*? Mexican pol?
as a resuit of the influence? of his
? Lansing, who was
antty appoints?] solicitor for the de
Huerta. Too. May Hold Off.
There is a suspicion in some quarters
that the departure of Huerta's peace
Btea from Mexico City may be de
Sl ?east until President Wilson
-lined his delegates. It la re
| trj frtsnrla of the Huerta gov
at that after all three parties to
Pie controversy had "accepted In prin?
ciple" President Huerta promptly
I ht? delegates. Then '"arranza
rsf eon to name delegates without Im?
I conditions d??limlting the mrd'.a
Were President Huerta now to send
hi* delegates to Niagara Falls only
to find that the United States had de?
rided not to name delegates, It is
eald. It would put him In a most em
ng position, fof which reason
he may take the precaution of awaiting
ruination of the American i-epre
hraa l- tora dispatching his to the
of the proposed conference,
mediators aro proceeding quietly
end diligently to frame the programme,
conference. In so far as possl
?-?->? pria?*?* or the prate?dinas will
be mapped oui before the conference
roottnued on pane 3. e-oliiinn 8
This Morning's News
THE MEXICAN SITUATION.
- n ?Calls f"r More Troops. 1
nurd to Find Peace Envoys. l
Rabal Bonit? Wins MaSatlSJI. 3
I 'ue-i ta ' Rush . 3
sss i "a?? Danlsls's fire. 3
? Ouai -I nt Tampico. ... 3
Villa Wan ,it.,irK.< Lifted.. 3
a Crus i'? ad.... ?I
ST <"ase. 1
il Heklsa ... 9
? .s Mltchsl'a Policy. ..ll
ii Moves. 11
Hssda Cos8*asros Phsmbar.ll
. Witnesses Ibosr....*!
v oui - Lait Qtrl ladfa :ts4.18
. ml Ian Bu n Its. l
e-wn \l. Ad.-o Wsd? MlSS Wilson. 1
?Id ' ? Mors MlSkM. ... 8
san '? ipa Tolla Pias . 6
- ? 'ful Witness. 5
'.!?? e. . . .10
tVoman'a Varh I inti?i?-.-t.-. t
Obituary . 91
..12 and 13
ni and Market??. .. .14, 15 and 16
( ourt Calendars, Folice, Fire DepL...17j
FUNSTON URGENT IN
CALLING FOR TROOPS
Fall of Huerta May Require
Quick Advance on
-1-. ,>n, 7-v,,, Tribune Bureau. 1
Washington. May 7.?A lone: ?-ipher
message from General Funston reach?
ed the War Department to-night whi.h
caused much agitation among the mili?
tary authorities. While the Secretary
of War refused to -rive any intlmatl"n
of its ? entente, it was disclosed by
other.?; that the American commander
believed his force at Vera Cruii should
bs Increased, ?nd that tentative pt
rangements wers being made for ?end?
ing additional cavalry regiments and
Secreter? Garrison Immediately
upon receipt of the first paragraph of
General Funston's message, summoned
1 the Chief of Staff, General Wothers
poon. and several members of the Gen?
eral Board, and they held a conference
for an hour.
.Secretary Garrison said later, that
General Funston had transmitted
some Information which refugees had
brought from Mexico City as to condi
tiuns in the Mexican capital. The Sec?
retary ?aid, however, that no ag?
gressive movement of any kind by th?
American forces was ordered.
It was understood that the .efugees
from Mexico City had informed Gen?
eral Funston of the critical aspect of
affairs In the Huerta regime, that a
collapse might be expected momentar?
ily, and that conditions of anarchy
' might ensue. The purpose of General
Funston In ma'ting known these re?
ports to the War Department was be?
lieved to be to advise the Washington
administration of the possibilities that
might develop from a fall of Huerta,
, in order that if the American army
i Is compelled to rescue foreigners or
restore order it may be fully erj-iipped
I for such an expedition.
Though not officially stated, it is
known that the high officials of the
' War Department are anxious to place
at Vera Crtll or on transports within
striking distance a large enough force,
perhaps fifty or sixty thousand men,
, to make an expedition to Mexico City
If It becomes necessary. Officiais of
\ the War Department are known to be?
lieve that if an advance on M'exi- o City
Is ordered it will he necessary to guard
, every mile of the railroad as the army
mores forward, and that a large force
would show the natives the futility of
reek"tance? whereas a division of fifteen
thousand men might be SObjectSd to
severe attacks along the route, with
; possibly big losses.
'i'l'f American nrmy officers ;?lso re?
gard the situation at Vera Cruz as
hk.-ly to become desperate in the e\ent
tli?t anarchy breaks out in Mexico
VILLA MAKES $50,000 BET
Wagers He Will Beat Zapata
Into Mexico City.
fian Di'-co. ?'a!.. May ".?Colonel T,
Romero? one of 'he ?'onstltutlcnaliJt
IsadSTS in the State of Sonora, who
arrUed here to-day from Mazatlan,
said that the rebels were planning a
simultaneous attack against Salina ?
Cruz, Acapulco and other -west coast |
cities held by the Federals, to acquire
as ni'i'h territory as poesfble, rending
Um meeting of the South American
mediators on May 18.
? Villa and Zapata have wagered $80,?
000 on who will be the first to enter
Mexico City." ?aid Romero. "Huert_'s(
da>s are numbered."
MB. AM) MRS. WILLIAM (.. M'ADOO.
BRITON HUERTA CAPTIVE
Pearson Manager Put in Jail
Vera ?'mz, May 7. -?"?? irgs H. i i con
general manager of the Vers Cms
Electrl?- Light ( ?onipai ons of tb ?
Pearson Interests, went t.. M< tico City.
returning to day. When at arrived at
Tejerla Peder?! soldiers srreeted iiim.
li? is .1 Britisher, end thai country.
subjects hors are STOOSOJ by his deten?
tion. The Federals - : Cozon
back to Soledad.
Colon had boon ordered not to leav?
, Vera ?'ru/, without the permission of
tlener.il Maaa H? Obtained B passport
and tried t?. eocsps, but was recapt
! ured, returned to ?Soledad and placed In
POPE MAKES PEACE
APPEAL TO HUERTA
Mexican Archbishop Tells Cardi?
nal Gibbons Prayers Are
Being Said Daily.
t n-? CaMa to ti? Trfl mm
II? rlCO City, May 7 --Th- Archbishop of
Mexico recel?-? <1 a Ttble message to-day
from Cardinal Merry del Va!, SXprCOSlnf
the hope of the Pops that tl,?? ? ff, >r t s a'
nxdlation would be seconded by Mexican
?Catholics sod asking the archbishop to
communicate this hope to resident
, Huerta. Huerta answer? d the Archbishop
, as follows? -
"Cablegram of So?creign rontlff Ills
Holiness I'iux X. address?,1 to ?our prace
under tori;?- 's- date has hti-ti communicat?
ed t?) me. In said cablegram the gOT?
' ereign Pontiff deign? to express the Car
tent hope that the generous initiative of
the thre.' gootb Ameri? an republics in
behalf of panes may receive the efficacious
support Of Mesi' an Cath??llcs for the pub
i lie tranquintv and prosperity of our coun
"I entreat >our grace t.i be pleased to
answer the ? ai-legram of H:s lb,linens
Pius X, stating the republic through me
esteems at their full worth and Is dulv
grateful for hi? prayers and >r??-n!
('ardu.at Gibbons sent a cable mg
to Monsiguor Mora, the Archbishop, sug?
gesting that the felt?fa] of both countries
offer prayers thet the horrors of war be
averted and the relations of Ml
and mutual respect whi? h until recently
united them be restored. Archbishop
Mora UCWOrsd ?ardi?al ?iilhoi.s's. ,?aMe
?message In the follow ihr terms.
"Thanks for ?our eminence's message
Of fellowship. Wo continually ofer -, lp
prayers to UM sa red heart. Pilgrims are
,n barefooted to the basilica of
Guadalupe, if your eminence and ?'ath
Olli s of the ("tilted States Join u? in our
prayers thta slater republic will obtain
their wishes for peace.''
GREAT BEAR SPRING WATER.
COa per cxe? of 6 gU??-st#ppered bottles?
WEDS MISS WILSON
Youngest Daughter of the
White House Bride.
MOST INTERESTING OF
LONG LIST OF AFFAIRS
First Time Member of Cabinet
Has Married Daughter of
[From Th? TriBWM P-.ir??-:
Washington, May 7. -Miss l.leanor
Randolph Wilson, youngest daughter
Of the President and Mrs. Wilson, wan
married In the Blue Room at the Wlii'
HOUSS at 6 o'clock this evening, to
William Otbba McAdoo, her father's
f-'e? r'lary of the Treasury. In man"
ways the event was the most interest?
ing and notable wedding which h-is
taken pla??-- there. Klowers, mus;<
liandsome geiwns and the laughter of
child*-**** combined to lend an air of
eayety to the affair In fact, n? ver
I.rfore have so many children been
gathered together at a WMtS Houso
While' everything was done to furnish
a h?">m?* atmosphere and keep the de?
tails simple, an official air was tin
e-, apable because of the presence of
the Vice-President and Mrs. Marshill.
all of the member? of the Pros:.let.?'s
ot?ctai family, an?) his naval and mili?
tary aids, the latter in full dress uni?
It was the first time in the history of
the country that a Pre?ei?lent's daughter
was led to the altar by a member of
her father's Cabinet, a fact which mad-*
ths affair notabl?> The bride has now
become a member of her father's offl
. ial family, and must observe all of the
restrictions and duties imposed on a
Cabinet hostess, such as ?ailing on
wives of the Supreme COUIt, smbas
sadors and penators. Rut of the pend?
ing responsibilities placed upon tie
shoulders of the bride, there was r>_>
Intimation to-day, and she was pe?
hai>3 the most Joyous and radiant
bride S**6f s? en in the? White House.
Bride Promise? to Obey.
The marrial? ceremony, wh h WS8
perf?".rmed by the Rev. Dr Sjlv.-ter W.
p,e.ich. pastor of th?? i*Tasb**tsrlan
l'hureh at Princeton. N. J. was tli?;
Bim-jle ring ctyemony, used in the Pies
C?jn?loue??l ea pa?? I. rolama I
FOOTPADS STAB RECTOR
The Rev. S. N. Kemp Wounded
in Scuffle Near Fifth Av.
The Rev, Samuel Meal Kemp, assist?
ant rector of the Church of tha Holy
Communion, In 20th st., n?ar Six'.ii
eve? was attacked last night by three
men. who accosted him near Kin h ave.
and asked him for money. II" replied
to th?? request thai he i,a,i no money
with him. but at the rectory he miirht.
be able to do something for th-? nun.
The trio made as if to take I no
preacher at his word and then sur?
rounded him quickly and set upon him.
He fought, back, and was making an
even thing of it until one of the m. n
drew a knife and lunged at his breas?.
Then, in fear of tha cons?quence? ..f
the stabbing, the men ran toerard
Fifth ave. and disappeared.
TRAIN MADE TO GO
300 MILES HOURLY
Hlectric Device, Holding Train
Suspended Above Tracks,
Shown in London.
f B> ' ?h'e to Th? Tf ?!?
London. May 8. A i w nn.l ?von
?lerfiil ayoleai which, It is- claimed, will
revolutionize high speed tr
throughout the world was demon?
strated in London yesterday before the
mechanical experta of several of the
most important British railwaya This
MW system, which la the invention
and disco\ery of a Fren-h scientist,
I-'mile Bacheket, has at once elicited
an offer of a gr^at railway chief to
:?? down a special live-mile circuit
track in order that th?- enormous
claimed for It i3<4) miles an houn may
The system, as demonstrated yester?
day by a mod?4! of the largest size, did
all that was claimed for it.
The train travels through ?pace with?
out visible means of support, either
above or below. At a wizard touch It
is away like a Hash, devouring distan?a
at the ten,:; Bpeed of five miles a
minute, def>ing all laws of gravity.
M. Ba h. ki t's system
by th.e fj let over] 'hat the effect of a
magnetic ?oil on certain metals Is to
repel instead of attract Ons of these
m.-'.ils is aluminum, and the effect .,f
magnetic ele? trh'ity on aluminum i- a
great factor In working the air train.
As soon as the electric Influence is set
in motion the coils, instead of ?"i act?
ing, can push It a?? ay, with the result
that it is immediately raised and held
suspended In th?- air 'dear of tra.-'k,
the only connection between ti. ?
and the track being the brushes used
for contact purposes.
DEATH HOUSE PRIEST
AND WARDEN TO TAKE
STAND FOR BECKER
Father Cashin, to Whom "Dago Frank" Made
Confession, Also Sing Sing Head,
Subpoenaed by Defence.
BECKER CALLED TOMBS PLOT LEADER
Fellow Prisoner Says Accused Man Schemed to Aid ?Self
at Miss Davis's Expense?Cockran May Be in Con?
tempt?Six Now on Jury?One Excused.
Father William Cashin. the Catholic chaplain of Sing Sing,
who was instrumental in obtaining the confession of "Dago Frank"
Cirofici, one of the gunmen executed for the murder of Herman
Rosenthal, was subpoeaned yesterday as a witness for Becker.
Warden Clancy of Sing Sine, was also subp?naed by the defence.
Miss Katharine B. Davis, Commissioner of Correction, accused
Becker of being the head of a vicious conspiracy among the pris?
oners of the Tombs to discredit her administration. His prison
privileges have been cut off.
An investigation was begun yesterday which may result in a
charge of contempt of court against W. Bourke Cockran, of counsel
for Becker, because of remarks credited to him Wednesday in the
newspapers, reflecting on the court.
Only two new jurors were obtained at yesterday's session of
court, making six in the jury box so far. William R. Dalton who
occupied seat No. 2, was excused by Justice Seabury.
SPELL OF HORROR
OVER RESCUED TARS
Survivors of Columbian
Arrive in Boston Dazed
(Prom a Staff r-orT-eiper.den'. of Th? Tribun*. 1
Boston, May ".--On the Cunard pier
I at eight minutes of seven this morn?
ing there were twenty-one men?re?
porters mostly?and one aged news
woman whose purpose, her shouting
indicated, was to inform seven men
leaning against the rail of the nearing
?y**anCoala that the first boatload of
men from the i.evland liner Colum?
bian had probably beta drowned.
That was the re? eptlon gi\en the
thirteen survivors who arrived in East
Boston this morning
Between de? ks ?-as the body of
"Bill" Matthews, chief steward of the
Columbian, who died in the small boat.
His body will be shipped this morning
to Philadelphia, where live his widow
and six children.
The men were so azhauatod despite
their long rest?when they reached port
they could not give ?dear, detailed
Captain O I Millet-. of the Fran
.i who had talked many hours
?vlth the survivors, gave OUI the tale
as he had pieced II tOgUthOI
Wreck Survivor? Dared.
"Their statements do not agr?a in all
tha details.' he said. I don't believe
they know Just what happened. They
had to work rapidly. When the men
get away from the sound and the smell
of the sea this afternoon you may b?
able to get more out of them."
That was tried; their IW ?lleettOg of
the disorder was s.-emlngly \<ts clear
? Some of the men," ?'apt. Miller said,
"declare that the cargo was largely
ammunition; others say it was mostly
matches. I believe It was just gen?
eral merehandi?<\ Such as she always
The local office of the Ley land Une
said it kn?w nothing of any ammu?
nition or otber conil.u-l'Ile aiKO on
? 'This statement. Cap! Miller con?
tinued, "is undoubtedly due to the ex
? it. ment fr-?m ??hi h the men at? n ??
How Fire on Ship Started.
"Aa well as i ,an make out. Hamas
tied through tha openings of \o. ??
hat h about midnight Sunday. Argus
Prinz, the quartermaster, who wax
leaving ths bridgs for his ?abin. smeUed
sm."?\" on his way ?Jown, and as he
Started to alarm the captain two of
the crew rushed up and said the whole
ship e as afire.
I'apt. McDonald ordered out the
hose, but It waa quickly seen the Job
was too btg and that to get away from
tha \essel was the wisest thing to do
" The crew went for the small boa's
In all there were forty-nine men
al-oard. and because the? wanted to
Stick together the men ran for on? h -at
?apt. McDonald ordered them to
split up or all would be either burned
to dsatb or drowned. The order was
? . ' m a fa.sliinn -and the first
boat lowered contained the eighteen
or nineteen men unaccounted for.
"The second boat held the men we
picked up Matthews was coming out
of his cabin when an explosion ?ame
lifting the deck under him and
hurling him against tha rail. H.a
?1'ithing en the right side was burned.
Wedcrkind, the messroom ateward
?-???ttBtiett ea p?va* I, ??loma II
Prieat and Warden to Testify.
The possibility ?>f sensational testi?
mony, surpassing BOBM of the high
points at the last Becker trial, is prom?
ised in the ?>xp t??J appearar
Kather i'ashin and Warden Clancy ol
Sing Sing as witnesses for the de
feme They were subp?naed yester?
day by th?- BSCatST process BSTtSia
It is supposed they have been suin
moned in ronnecti?-n with ttlS elev??nth
hour confession of Da??? Frank." an-!
particularly that pan of It
credited the condemned ***in*T*tin with
saying th.v ' a?sek8>i h-.d nothing (a
do with the murder of R??sen't?n'.
Cirofici mad? h-s last statement In
the presence nf Warder. i'I.ti?*-,
Cashla and his mother and sister hall
an hour bet?re I 8 ?opt to the i
Fallier Cashin toot* a keen interest
in the >oung Italian while hs
sath houaa. Hs Joinsd tfe
demne?l man 3 n:ot!ier and sister In ex?
erting all the influes ?a thoy ? ??ul?l t.?
have Prank tell the truth before h
met his ?ieath.
The eiuesilon of the admlvur '
th? (""irolici ?-onfe??slon as e\ iden??e i
.1 --.-ri'-ius ?me As it sras not ?ritten
or signed by the prisoner, it -\oul?i basa
to be provsd bj those - iv, haartl it
in that event it m?*v itol bs admitted
unl?ss the court should construe it as
a dying declaration H Is knoara that
the District Attorney Is I I
?- si the pelnl ? :go,ousl)
B?n*aatfc>nB besan to era? k outa le ->'
the courtroom in the DscltSff eise ?.es
terday What effe??t ?'ommlssloner D?
\is's rharge of consplra?v against
Becker m.iy have on the case? is purely
speculative. While It has no direct
bsartng on th?? Issue, it m?v delav the
finding of oit mor?1 unpr.?J :dl?-?*.l Juror?
In the course of Mis? Davts'B cari.
morning 1nve?tlgation St ths Tomb?
Ir.to the c*ircunistancsa surrounding th ?
obtaining of nearly all the signatures
of the prison? ra to B ??-urrilous | ?
?7? nplall tag f lOndlttOUS, I'hllip M-i
si, a. a pris -.1 BSCkOT of .11 -
ling th? ni.\?-ment la th- hops Of
ultimatslT li?ourriB*i ths favor of Tam
manv" and t'.ovunor Glynn
An additional nnne| of |
?a?' drawn ] est'i'la?. aSti IhSTS will
b?? fjBBj men In court to. |aj ?"r.,m ?? lu- h
1.1 salsCt th? remaining s|V ]ur..i -
fiiles i??ri? confident that the ju
would be filled s??s?-i..ii
The en?,; iracy of Tombs prisoners,
whi'h Is said to have had Charta I
Becker and I hlllf \Iusi?a as Us
and which was OmOtSPSOd to ?i.
the present administration, v.,??- i -
viali-el yesterday by the COCBmlssioni r
Of i'orrectlon. Katharine B. Davis.
After an ln\ ?atigailoa arhlch
from :; o'clock Wednasaila) *f
until - o'clock >?->?terday morning M
XhytJS anno'in??"'! that a p?.-tiliou
SOOrdaStl In scurrilous term? and ?om
pialnlng of conditions in the Tosnhs
had been received by her. snd that
practically all of the .'11? signatures
of prisoners were ?*s***8**?*al fraudulentlv.
Miss Da?. Is receive.! the petition < B
Wednesday, an?! at the same time
U 'arden Hanley of the? Tombs r?
CSlrsal a tsttsr which, warned him la
1 re-pare for trouble Both the peti?
tion and the letter were fllied witn
cotidtrination fat the new ays*
feeding the prisoner? in the? Tomb*-,
whi? h prevents them from havint* food
sent in from outside. The letter to
Warden Han'.ey was t; P'-writt?:
wa? signed Tombs PriS'-ner???"
M?sica Confe??e? Plot.
During the ln'.estigalion which M
lowed Miss Davis, Deputy i'nnimiv
'.. w-.s an?l Ward ?n H,?n.'
amined practically all of the prl?onera
?boas nainss -aera attacoad to the
xml | txt