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NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1014.
PRICK ONE CENT
In ( ?IJ ef New lark. ?wart,. Jersey ttty aod Hobokea.
EUEWMU TWO CBMTS
HEED ROOT ON
Decide io Hold Unofficial
Gathering at Saratoga
POWER TO PICK
Call, However, Specifically
Provides for Constitu?
tional Delegates Only.
700 AT CONFERENCE
Party on Way Rack to Power.
Says Senator in Talk on
jnrre tt to aKr' an unofficial Re
ran ftate t^rmttolV It will l?e held
? atipa TW ' I i?*rt l& Al?
.... ? ?I! l.. ? 'n-jc
thr. Mat?? ? i.intilitT.r, in
? ? l?*t*r :i staltr
rBference at the Waldorf, v?i'l
n"i Um p?rpoae of auch a con?
? p to recommend a-andidates tor
administratif stale offices, for United
9? ?.tor or for Um vacant pince
on the Court of Appela.
\t the conferen? a an attempt by
and l>e !.n? k C, Tan
? have th? .?tato ((.mmitteo ape
I limit ihe action of the coOYen?
h- a ?. "to of 1*82 to 131,
?That?- are-re more than 700 Republicana
? ,1 parts a.f Um ?tate pi*eaent
Un confortmc? ba-***an? but nwn\
the room on account
, >:? i.- > ? ?. ? . ? ota n .'.^ tak'-n.
Root Pleased at Proepeets.
??:? paw of the tathertns ?u In?
a. tted by the ?nthusiasm with which
? mlaUc spsact <>t'
- Eloot, who apoke In glowing
- of the prospects of the party?
.'oh B Hedges, who frankly acknowl?
? t? that ii- Is a ?candidate f or th? Re
.11 nomination f?T Governor,
m favor of a convention to rec?
ommend cnndldatea for all the or'
him eomc 9\ceks
no. Wl en hi ? ta? Colonel
avail although not b* name, there
ttmvoo applause, sosm hisses, and
an became !??? < v ite?l aa t<? shout
The) say \vc should not have a con- j
tentkM becauaa somebody miKht say
i nothing at?nut ua," s.n.i HaBdgea.
When they pay not" - ua w<
dead. What Ii thia aplrit <.f th.
? priman '^ that we are dodg
Ib it a who "r ? which? if it is
? who, he Just cam? bach fr-.m ?South
"The colonel ha:., discovered t9M.
? ? river, the other a fear
R? ?m!'!:, an part> ?"
Party Again Militant.
The Fhoiite an?! SPplSUSe that fol
red sh'iwed plainly the temper of
the meeting, which loudly approved
? 'ii- nl thai the pan i a ? -
I'riimtp Hendricka was made chair
t ? ? tee of aeven to m ? ?
c temporarj chairman for the ??onven
i ?.n. Other membera of the eominit
: - ? *V. rVldrMg?, S. S. Ka.e.
? | .tames A Ixiyst? r. Ja< ui> I,, l.iv
a, William !.. Ward and Philip
Mr. H?Bda-fee, who had made the r, -
? for a ?on??euti<?n to consul, r can?
for all oflloea, presented ms
i a ape? eh that took ?Almost an
Arguing that th*- framers of the
? primar) law <\id?ntiy had m
inilid ipome s?'rt ..f an un<?ftKtaI eon?
he s.?id that the law was nn?
? principle, but a method of pro?, ?.-dura..
The practice is neither direct nor
ry,'' he -sf?ld. "Outsidr? of thai
.me tit.-.. I am for BMUttaJ Inde
? if, bul not l'or mental Idiocy.
< aatlBtaWd ?n |>H?e H, rnlninn ;
This Morning's Xews.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION.
Imada of Me\i. m Peat* run. i
Huerta Minister Admit* I'ea.e Tart.. 1
ftebei?. Pump act Oeraasa). a
I^ndtnp of ' OAclals.... 3
?irbels S. ? Value "I A B C PllUU 2
Mnrae I '*?.. ? I lellei 1
: Dra*arh la Rlvei ? < > 11 i -1 ? ? n. 1
RSgabll ?"' Call Limited Convention l
' -. v. ?? ot PlainUtf. 6
;. ?*ftoppe*il i'raen. s
? ? ?? laea Aequltfa. ?
Part] ...... 9
? ?fUi-er Clash .13
He 1 - 'Plane. .is
? ? ? t '-i run ? aneured.18
H ! ? ? ? .... 3
;i .?.- ?? Prob? ro-da) .... 4
Wilson fot V. B. Merchant Marine. 4
??? ". ' an H tgu? for ftf? diatioa 5
' t tn I HvtNxe. ? ? 9
MUit.ar,- Palace..- 1
W<Mnaa*a V?uiad Intaareata. 7
i tutorial . s
}?r>.-let y . 9
? \ . 9
. io and ii
Weather . 12
M P l?ce ?Tire Dept.la
I Markets. .. .13, 14 and 15
? ? tu t ? oh adava.17
AMERICAN SHIP MISSING
Wireless Stations Unable to Get
Trace of the Luckenbach.
? 'harleston. S. ?'. |fa\) 28 Wireless
stations along the Atlantic liave re
celied no new? of the Ameris-an steam
?iTilp F. J Lurkcnl-iii'h. mlBBlng ?S ith a
i ri-w of tw<nty-nmo ni"n. Ships on
the Atlantic, communicated with after
it wa? reporti-il ?rmit New York to-day
that wrnkiiRr- off the South ?'nrollim
? 0M1 tn-iliiv mu-lit bs from the vessel,
had BSOfl nothing of tin missing
As no storms have hern reported off
the South Carolina coast, shipping men
to-night WSTS Inclined to believe that if
anything had happened to th'- VtNBSJ it
?as due to a breakdown in the ma?
SEEING BY ELECTRICITY
Doctor Shows Tele-visualizing
Apparatus in London.
IBs Gsl le is ''"- Ms**tM I
London. May 29.?AI B meeting fit
the Institute of Automobile Engineers,
yesterday. Dr. A. M I.?>w Rave a dem?
onstration for the Ural time in public
with an apparatus be has Invented for
siting by electricity. He claims that
it Ii poaelbk for persona using ? tele?
phone to si i- each oilier si the BUBS
time, lie said:
"In t un?. ?-ay fifty ye.irs hence. p<"o
pll sitting in a room in London will It*
abls to v. |tn< ss .1 s-1 n?- taking ota?ci on
th? deck of a steamer In mid-Atlantic."
BRIDGE TUNED UP
AFTER REST CURE
Span "Etherized" Before 13 Inch
Pins Are Substituted for
?lty otfli-ials, engineers and a CUtiOUl
i rowd. many of them cut off from their
homes bs- the suddi n i i.-.-aiinti of traf?
ilo, stisod on Willlamaburg BrMgo?Ba**i}
to-day and watched the drhing of the
lust four pins in th" reconstruct ion of
the span equipment
The four ton-inch pieces of m?ta'
whi'h held IhS Riant cables connecting
the bridge to the land were withdrawn
by the machine apoclally constructed
lor the purpose, and thirteen-imh pins
BUbstttUtS?! The work began at fifteen
minute- aftet midnight, In the pres?
en? of vnrious city officials, and at
tt-p ?-unir- momenl traffic was: stopped.
Thi engineers thus anssathetlsed the
bridpe for the operation.
r..- mai ? ?: ' i the final arrangi -
menti for the cwewony had been gone
over by th? i nglneera, and when the
et/rpn appeared on the brielge last nij-i.t
Ihey wer.- lettei perfecl In their work.
Th? early morning crowds were not
barred from the roadwa>s because of
any ?tang****. It was simplv that th*
work demanded the least possible \ i
bratlon sa the plecea of metal ?h:<i?
held th? great cablea were bored out
and the bigger ones were driven home.
Mayor Mltchel wa ".intiii to be
?' last night, bul uns rrnrcsi ti'i ii
I by Tip nd'.." Rousseau, his Btcretary.
iithrrs present were Deput* Bridge
Commissioner t.. B Dunham; Travis
H. Whittles . se t. 'ar. of tbf Public
Bert ice Commission; Samuel L Martin,
??'i'i. aid? m McAneny of the
Hoard of Aldermen, and Sheriff L M.
S\s ,isr j. of Brookt* n.
The engineers, si midnight, estimated
t i o'clock this morning 'he |rli -
ing of the big pins, which will rendt-i
the bridge capable "f withstanding the
cviia strain of traffic required b) tin
n ? w BUbWa) cut' i'| rises, would h.l\<
in i n i ompiered. anil the rehabilitation
of Hip **/tl*lamsburg Bridgs practically
com pi 11. d
MADERO KIN FATALLY HURT
Wagon Crushes Little Nephew
of Former Mexican Ruler.
**asl Orange, N. .1 Ma* '_'*?. Roberto,
..?u-.lid son of Alfonso Made**o,
.'f .'?v Bead at .uni ni phew of r*~ran?
Mad? ro former President of Mex
... was fatall? Injured t..-day when
run over bj an ice -sacon.
The child waa oui witli two Mao-lct***
servant?, hin in ran away from hit
nurse. He Inr.kru around to see if th(<
? ' i wai following and walked in
Iront of the rear ?she I of the wagon
It passed over the Upper section of the
Accident to Keep Cup Defence
Candidate Out of the Races
for a Week.
Whila sailins on Lc-n** Islai
the ?'up defence yt m Deftaiw?
i away h? r bowsprii i he bolt Ii
the dolphl ' ursd "ff. puttlm
the ?.train "" th" spar and Preakini; It
t completely off
? .c tit i ni ?" mm '.is '..c laancauvrtai
, ris stunii; northwest irl) ?
When th'' ao l.i? nt took plan- the De
tians'e was off ??n-,it Captaln'a Island
alunit .. O'clock Hi IOS all. moon. Sh.
?,,s iniiiH'h.itei\ htaided for rus island
?r here she an ? I -' ?' lock.
?| his i- lbs inst a? ,.... nt tn i* has 'i tp
tO ,i'.'. ni tin i ii). ,), ; n ? . ai ?!;
datas, and m Ihla case It Is ratbei in
fortunate bo ? ? ths Dsoan a bai
? -n.ists. ?alls und booms she has not
a ?pare bOWBPtit It is understood thai
one wil. he made for her at on I by Rob?
ert .larch, .n si's Island
??.oie.- M. I-yncbon, th? ????"?tglng "?n
the sacht, wh... wrli E Wall?-:
s'lark. i'f ttie syadteata, ?as oa board
s. tr-ilas, said last nlghl "Willie the 8C
CldSBi is li"l a serious sine, it ssi'l prSVSUt
us from raiiiiK mi Tu day, ?ml. in fad
I ii.iv. (iecidi d not p. -.,ie at all :ie?.l
fH t .k* advantage .?f the time
. lucing th? rating of the ? i*snt ai
much ab poinitile. "
MORSE UNE DEAL
He Tells How Ship Prop?
erties Were Juggled
Into N. H. System.
TRADES TO ROBBINS
Yale and Harvard Boats Centre
of Fight?Competition Lost
|T*T?m a stsff r^mnmaeeoAxmi of The "MSBM 1
New- Hflvon, Conn.. May A?How
the steamship properties of Charles \V.
Mi.rse. struggling through the rc.-Hv
ershlps brought on by the I9OT pante,
found their way by devious r.oaiwas
into the aasel lists of the New Hav?n
?..??.item's subsidiary rompantes while
the? convicted financier was in Atlanta
i penitentiary, and how a monopoly <?f
New England water traffic Was ao
?Hilred without any actual purchase Of
a competitor, were reluctantly rev. a I -,1
hero to-day by ?.'liarles S. Mellen, the
deposed president of 'he railroad em?
pire he built up.
Mellen, 'aeaniiK nr' signs of the .-ideal
before the interstate CornnMrc? ?'.Im?
mission in Washington; at time.-? ?mave
and treating the sitiiati..ii with dignity;
at other times discussing the ?raya of
Providence anal the Inscrutability <?f
the railroad's roi.rial aounsel, K. I?.
Uobbins; somotinv-s dryly humoTOUa
and again sharply ?riiiolsinc th? dlla?
ta.ry ?ondu't of lawyers In general,
?drew a weird nie ture of the metnoda
hy which the New Hsven'a <-o**porate
mazes ware mnstrueted.
Mellen Amazed by Details.
While admitting at one time that th?
properties which Jennie H. Monte,
? 'harks YV. Morse's sister, claim* ware
unlawf.iily obtained finally ?ame un?
' der the control of the Naw Haven, :n
th? sama- breath he described him If
'as "paralyzed at the mar.-hinai and
eountermanhing of the countless de?
tails of ?ubSldlsrles?" and said he hr?d
! "a kind ?>f curiosity in trying to find
lout the snswer to ;he puzzle."
Hut every time lia would try to fol?
low a line to its cnn'lusion he ran into
a "cul-de-sac." and even bil Oten autor
dinates were unable, apparently, to en?
lighten him Where the New Haven
millions went or Just how they were
Despite his protests St the publicity
hs has been getting Mellen s. ? med to
enjoy hi? position in the rentre of St
? tent ion. Around him wet?- Stray? '1
Counsel for various int.-rists. Martin
W. Littleton and Conover English rep?
resented Miss Mor.-e in her Bull sgsinsl
the Metropolitan steamship Company,
?if New Jersey? tot ? receiversti
an accounting, E. D. Robbina was
there for the New Haven, Frederick J.
i "an Iks and Douglaa Nicholson for the
atesmahip company, and tvaMron If,
Ward, of New Jersey, appeared to pro?
tect the rights of the Pacific Naviga?
tion Company, which leased the Tale
and the Harvard th?- two fly :. ,f
the steamship lint Mors? placaed m op.
?ration t?. ? miipel? against tin- New
Haven, and which are now on th? Pu?
? iti.- ' 'oast.
it is around the two "college boats"
that the plot ?.!' the acquisition ?<f th?
Morse prop, rues i. . olvaes.
Mellen, aa a matter of form was ac
? ompank .1 b: J. A. 11. Crtta, his per?
sonal counsel. Rut the former pt-esf
I dent disclaim? d the need of personal
counsel and Jokingly r'-ferre.i to him
a.i ins ' criminal counsc i "
Another Factor in Case.
And m addition to the Interssta men
lloned th'-re appeared one Wsrren l>
?t?as?-, of Mii.'ifoi?i. who announced
that ho was In reality own? of all hut
1(0,000 of the atock ot the Metropoli?
tan Steamship Company Of New Jer?
sey. But that didn't a h ar up the mys
tery, for he added that he Kot his in?
terest through the ?hilmark Company,
organised by Dooglsa Nicboteon.
Mi Mell. n was first taken through
B COUTaM of K.neral ?lenlal bv Mr.
baulks The Nee Haven rompany, he
insisted, never was intereated to the
extent of a dollar In the Metropolitan
Company ot New Jarse? , that ?,,, , ,,,
' the aubsidiari?** directly or Indirectly
[were SO interested; that the various
paper cxwporatloaa the New England
Becuritiea Company, the Chlhaark
Company, the Baatern Etecurltlea Com?
pany? he had never heard of until he
had read of them in oonneetlon with
th-- preaenl i ? ?
The i allroad man u.en told of the
i-i i negotiationa begun by ?'h,?r!. u
Morse, Just before he went ta, the
Tomb?!, to try to sail the Yale and Mai -
vard to the Now Hsven Aftei that he
met one Captain Qoodall, of San I'ran
cAaco, and Thomas H. Mciinvorn. of the
Padflc Northwest, who wore anxloui
to set the Yale and Harvard but could
not afford to handle the valuable wharl
riRhts m BoatOS and the fleet ..1 fr? ight
si.ama-r- ol the Metropolitan Line, and
wished th?- N- >? Hav? ii to '
M? 11? n plaSTMd th.- ; r..[ ??? .' t.efore
Mr. Robbina and LaOWia 'ass Ladyard,
who is a director of the road. Both
disapproved it. feeling that legal voin
pli? atioiis might ensue, and so, Mr.
1 Mellen said, in "?dropped" me matter
from his niinal.
it was when Mr. Mellen was cross
exsminsd b) Mr Uttteton 1st? thai
he confess? d IgnOfmncS of how the
wharf rights and th. freight .-!
the Morse line ?am- und.-r t hi control
of the New Haven, while th. fa
( oniUiued on pate 1, column i
MEDIATORS' PLAN OUSTS HUERTA;
FIVE MEN TO RULE UNTIL MEXICANS
ELECT CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT
The Mediators' Plan for
Settling Mexican Problem
1?Retirement of Huerta.
II?Creation of provisional government at Mexico
City, to carry out land reforms and questions
for which Constitutionalists stand.
Ill?The holding of a constitutional election in
which all citizens of Mexico will participate.
The Methods for Carrying
Out the Mediators Plan
I?General Huerta will designate as Secretary of
State a man chosen by the Peace Conference
and then Huerta will resign.
II?The Secretary of State, acting as President, will
designate four Cabinet officers, to be chosen by
the Peace Conference.
Ill?These five will constitute the provisional gov?
ernment to settle all questions by majority vote.
IV?The installation of the provisional government
will be followed immediately by the withdrawal
of the American forces at Vera Cruz.
3 DROWN AS SCOW
RAMS MOTOR BOAT
Muiiro, Wife and Sister
in-Law Die in the
Two women a id a man drowned in
th? East River oh Dock at., Brooklyn,
late yesterdaj sftern<K*n, when a scow
,n H'ss os ertiim? il B HaOtOT boat "tl ItS
Aral trip ? im man was save!.
Eugene Bchlickon, of 240 Monahnn
*.. RI?]gew?M*d, bought the boat y?*at?er
day morning from William R. Munrn,
a heating contr i tor of Bast Klmhurst.
. When he started tot htfl coti
Rockaway Beach he took along Munro
iiiid Ms wife and slster-ln-law, Mrs.
Walter Munro, of Boston. The latter';;
husband r-etnalncd behind with his tlt
, teen-\ ear-old nephew, Roheit.
Wien the boat was be*tw?*en Man?
hattan .uni Brroklyn bridgea the en?
gine stalled :'t"i the crafl floated ti
the rnercj of harljor traffic, .lust he
blnd wa.s the tug Helen Moran, The
?uiot shouted a warning and the occu?
pants replied that thev wer? 1 ? ? ? 1 ?? i? M
The Moran changi d her i ourse m
tune tu clear the r-totw boni Th? tirai
..t t'.. s.iisss m tow mis'-ed the craft?
hut the second struck it.
The Moran m whistle hrouRht h*lp.
Mrs. Walter Munro sank and her body
was- not found. William Muni" vas
taken in a launch to the hospital ship
Solace, at the Navy Yard. wh?*r? nt
died Hu? wife died before the waa
tToucht to the Dock st. pier.
Bchllekon was unharmed.
Mrs. La Liberte Bride Again. This
Time at Religious Ceremony
in I'aulist Church.
Mrs. Arthur l.a Lib? ri? . ntece of Mtrs
Roberl H. Iimersiill and heiress to '.hi
watch manufarturer" millions, den? .
the wi-iii-M of her rich relatl* .s again
? ? it? rday forenoon bj a religious mar?
riage at th- Paullat Fathers.' church
in West ."'?th ht., before phe and her
chauffeur huabtmd l-ft tor his* paretita*
home in st. Johnsbury, Vt Tins was
learned at the IngOTSOll hone n I I |ti
Ba? last night,
Mi.. Ingersoll said she was now u-..
ii iff i rent in her nil ??*'.- fab
that u ?raa now eatnblktlMd that Mrs
La Lib rts and th? Ingw-wU cha
left i.i'tiK ladend on Um i ".T o'clock
train fot New York, spent the night ;i
the City and started for Vi rniont
medlatel] after the religious ceremony.
The Lwldegrroom and hli ? .1 ? ? ?
st. Johnsbur>'i Vt, Mm ?&?Mr. and
'?. 1 ;? offr - La Libert? rectivi .1 ,1
ss 1rs !?' re lo-nlght that th ur .- 1 1
Arthur and his t-rid' WOUld arriva hart
at 3:18 o'clock ti'-in.ii 1 un iii"rnin*j.
BLANQUET SEEKS BIPLANE
Mexico City, May **?,. -,, ;il, in?or.
-,.. ,s -rjven t.? the prean. War Mlnister
Hianquct said that no anew* r had been
r<*ceived from Colonel au? no Branlft
to the requeal that be loon .? rai-maa
him for militai) <,p
? rations, and that he \s a-. t>, |,,
?rheth? r b< ggjrtt d t" d-- ao ot
Two Windows of King
George's London Resi?
leondnn, May 29.?Ruckingham Pal?
ace Is to he no humor exempt irom the
window mashing raids of the suffra
gettes. ft leaked out last evening ?hat
i.twaen II aafld 12 O'clock OS W? 'lli> ??'
day nighi two militants aUCCeeded m
evading the aentriea outaidi the palace.
Entering the quadrangle, they began
throwing strata,, ot the windows, and
had amaahed two of them when tin
sentries seized tlcin and took them to
th?- police atatlon within the prectacta
of the pala-?, when tin? gave their
names to I he police The Ha t< i of
the Uoyal Household refused tu prose
them, and thej wer? rdessed sfter
.. f. w hours' detention.
At a meeting ?>f th.- Women'* ?
. ? ?I Politics! I 'nidi ?a. t niKlit, w b< i.
M?. Mans.ll t.ild ol" what the two
a omen had auc? eed? >l in 'ii'i'ic I hi
audience burst into cheers Issting
a rai minutai*. The ?suggestion that the
yueen must ho horrilted at the treat -
ment meted out ta, impr^oned auffra
-.?tes was recen ?,d with loud cries of
Mrs. Mansell strong!- protested
agaipst the action of th< Ar hblsbop of
Canterbury in "refusing aanctuary" t?>
Miss Annie Kenney, adding thai tin
Archbishop would be allowed no pt**ac<
until worn? n obtained tin roti
Miss Kenney, who fen daya age
want to Lembeth Palace, the residen? i
of the Archbiahop of Canterbury, with
the intention "f stay ins: there, 1, ;t a/ho
was arrested, returned there again last
evening. Bhe atretched hers? ( si full
length "ti tin pavamenl outside with
two auffrsgett? nurse.- m uttendan -,
paMple watching the ? ?? rforro
.iie ? 8h< au credited a Ith ?ia\ lug
made th? atal ment "i atoll not move?
tot s ?n die hen I b? y '.?u. m
in and let nn talk l'. th.- A: 'hblahop
sh>- was d?ni? -i admis? Ion to ?
i I ami alt? r ah? had lain on ti.
walk f"? n* aiiy ..n h., .i- w.. remov? d
in a pop., ajntolancs to a nearby
i oil? ? atatlon, and ?from there t?. Hol?
iowa) jail, where ?hi waa pla? ? -?
INDORSE GLENN WARNER
Eastern Football Officials Unan?
imously Sustain Coach.
Football -Ml. :.il - i, ;.|.|ng ne,,r|:.
al! the large ?Saetera collegea met here
rhl ai ?i unanln pted a
n ? olutlon g OU nn tt ai D? r in
: . ithlel
? Inn .-eh..ol# Th?
tu an announ ?menl mad
n ??? ting K'- l?t Jam? ? B ibbitt, of
Philadelphia, ?raa direct? d t.. th?
niiraioner >.f Indian Affairs a? v.
Th-- eommissloner worn litfonned m
? the resolution that it waa the attitude
Of BSSt? n - - ' Sttoll <arti.:.i!s that
?;!? nn \\aaria? : n..- -??.led In eradl?
iting " ?? ' ? it ? lie aince
? rum? <i ? ..i gi i'?--: \
under IVsi ni r dlrectloi toi i b< ? n
lia?-? d ??n a .;? mi tarnte, th? -? rotation
declared, and th? Carllali
learn In particular ha. attained na
| UonaJ pt'.nunetice.
Commission to Consist of Dictator's Successor
and Four Cabinet Officers, All Desig?
nated by Conference.
REFORMS WANTED BY REBELS PLEDGED
Withdrawal of American Forces from \ era Cruz to lol
low Installation of Provisional President?Niagara
Falls Now Waits on Washington and Mexico City.
By GEORGE GRISWOLD HILL.
Niagara Falls. Ontario. May 2>
With the complete plan for the sett
ment of the Mexican difficulties,
clMdinir the personnel of the provlsioi
ko\ eminent, before the governments
Washington and Mexico City, th? me
ation al Niagara Fails rests in st
quo; nor la II believed that advices
th?> approval of both goV?ernments c
he received her' before to-morrow
the ?aril. st. In the mean time
work of importance can h?> ,-,. o
The plan submitted follows precis
the lines indicated in these dispatch
including the promised retirement
Huerta, the "reation of a proviiioi
government at Mexico City, the pled
ing of the new government to take
practicable steps to settle the la
question and to carry into effect the
reform? for which, ostensibly, at lea
the Constitutionalists have stood, a?
when law and order shall have be
?o far restored as to make the st
feasible, the holding of a constitutor
election at which all citizens of Me
ico ?hall be free to enter the race.
The metl'"?I whenhv this provista
u'o\ .1 iirnent Is to bB bronchi Into I
lHtenee i.-i as follows.
Huerta will designate as perm
nent Secretary of State the man cho
en by the peace confetence. Huer
will then resign, leaving the man
chosen acting President. He, in tur
will appoint as members of his Cat
ADMITS PEACE PAC
i Secretary Ruiz Confirm
Report of Mediation
? ic Cubl? te . :
Mi mi o ? its. May 28 Be.
Ruts, acting Se. retary of Pot*? Ign At
tairs. said this evening that i genetf
peace agreement already had bee
reached at Niagara Kails, bul the BCS
siens of the conferen? a continu? ?i.
The Fmarne Minister. Beftoff da L
Lama, rt?c?*lv?*d this morning long die
patches from the Mexican delegates I
Niagars Palls, on which he proceeds
ai on? a to i onf? r n Ith Pn iio? ti
Huerta. Colonel Jos? C Delgado calle?
at the Foreign < iffiee lat.r and left I
communication from the President f<>
II is understood that the ?alune
?i ancies are not likely to he filled a
Beyond ? t that a forms
ment had trnt txen n tt hi?! a
Niagara Falls, the onl* Informatioi
available al the Foreign Ofnce wu con
tained in a cable met**age of the samt
data from Leopoldo Blaee-u?***, Chargi
d'Affaires fnv Mexico si Buenos "*' n
itatini thai al the opening of the ?'on
area of Argentina the Vlce-Pre Iden
had read a meesnge In which, aftei
m tly relating the hlstor* of me?
diation he had expressed sppreclatioi
for II - ' he If? ? .in uni
Vim- Mean governments and had ended
* iserting that it a*ould b? ? |
-. t- \meii. a if ... quenc?
oi the friendly mediation
??-? tabllshed between Mexico and ttu
: Bt ah
? an. 1
" i : Ington, M i* !l ifntll the plan
i-rreed upon by the Niagara Fella medi?
ator-' for the solution of the Mexican
ind the de?
t..ils m ork? d o'-'r II - i ? ? -s ? *? d that
?i. snn -un? menl ". I be forthcoming
from the administration la Washing?
Th? task of inducing th>- rebela to m
. ej.f th? solution pt*opoBod by 'he modi?
? ? under si It wa sa|r* \,y
g repn of the < institutional?
f iiiat the pbu
_ ? ? Huerta snd the
- mi- nl of i provisional govern*
? h id u"' beei laid before them,
and t was pi dl< l? d, s Ith aonii con?
that the withdrawal of Huerta
it, the rnannet Bg**as*| sp< n woui.j not
ir a ? table
It ami urged thai the flan virtuall*
| Ised 'he provisional Presidency
of Huerta, ??? hlch the I nib d Btates and
id i ? to do.
Any - ich Ri?.- to Huerta as
II Is contend. i. , annot he
- m m ' . ilnu? Il mua
i i- an Int? rlopei
r ? h i| ? "as exp-reoo? d lo-daj bj
sdmlnl 'rat...n olflc-ials that/the final
r.rot... ..i will tie draan up and .-.igntd ?
In tort another wed k hat elapsed.
ret four others., also designated by
the conference, and the five will con?
stitute the provitional government, de?
termining all questiin? of importance
by a majority vote. The installation of
t?9e provisional President and the
swearing in of the four Cabinet mem?
bers, who. with him. will constitute a
jjnta. or commission, will be followed
immediately by the withdrawal of the
American forces from Vera Crur.
Further details of the plan Of i!'r'
conference < innot now ?be given wl?
propriety. I fa?-t. the ?-sedlatoi
made a personal appeal to the orre
spondent of The Tribune nol tO I
any further ?la-tails, especially the peT?
aonnel of the provisions! ?government,
because auch ?publicity would In?
liimp-r the efforts <>f the m-?
and ?possibly n? essltate ? ? asas? at
ne n OT plans.
Al! Men of High Standmq.
?Each time a detail, or an altetp d I? -
tail, lias been mad.? public a has
brought protests fresa Us M< |l ? "?
ouposed t?i the Cmiatttutkmalista ot
from th. Constituttonallats, the
exerting their Influence on the confer?
ence through the American -
of state. ? may aay, however, that tita
men i-lms.-n to constitute the pro9 is
ional government are oil of high
ing and unblemished Integrity, m
whose ..iod faith and earnest desire to
save MezlCO both from war and fl'.'tn
further eronomle tronM?.-- m.?>
posed explicit fanh.
The mediators he!?! ?j abort conf *'
aace with th Mostean delegate to-daj
f?ir tin expresa pasp?se of impresa
upon the latter the Importance of ????
. me? thai the a or*: .-... ompl
might not he upaet by cap! o
it ha?i n mi- ?ni. ?I t?? call a meeting
of the ? dtatera and Am.-n.ai
-? r for tins aft? rnoon, bul
decided that -his wsa unneceaaarj and
accordingly, the Ambaaaador of Bi ?? i
Journey? d r?< er t?. the hotel on ih??
Ama-ru.in si.i.. whra- Justie? tomar
and Mr. I,, litn.iiin i. Bid? . .1 id 1 h? r?
ajought, i.eh.iii' ?.f blmaelf and tn~.
collesgues, to toptesa upon ''?
importan? e, not of refraining thun?
s?l?is trom dlscloolng detalla ?
plan of agreement, but ?>f warn :
edmintstr o ; at tVsshmgtoa
danger that would attend aueh ii
1 i? 1 mltting the ? ???
tionaliat junta ??? make them \ u
1 ?ni? two fa? t'.r.-a 1 .m m .?
p< a-m ? ?n? is the Influ?
the Constitutlonslisti on the sdi
tratlon in tVaahingtoii The other la
the possibility?considered a, remote
hut re?rognlssd to axto that Hu?srta
may prove csprieloua ami unwilling to
? any out that provialon for h
r? tiremenl a hi? h h< bsi ? it boi Is? I
?I? I? ''at? s l?i appro? c.
it Ii learncrd trom IVasbingtoa that
ihe Constitu? 'inalisis na a two
influ? nee which the) ? ?an bring u
on th?j .-'.-. retary of Stale. One i>
through ax-?Jovcrnor I.ind. arto
most anhm rtompton of Qonsral V
in. otter la th ?Nigs Charles a Do e
las, Um attorney uf the ?Constitution?
aiist tunta and a i lose frl? n<i ol
tar) Bryan, who hot i? - n ampio: - d b)
ih- Carrani . ot his m?i
mai > with 1 he .-? t ? ? ,i..
Huertas Position Stronger.
Kortunst? I) for I be au?
m diatton, ? ?.mili lona In Mi ? 1
been fai more aaarl) equallssd during
th? ?progress ?,f tins conference than is
g? nerall) realised i n toHo ?the Is I
that the 1 tille,i si,,t. 1 ?40a ?ood? no
effort to blockada the port <?f Tampico
si -i thai ih. Constltutionalial ? ba ?
? ? ? to import si m snd smmu
e"l..|| a? that I'ollal . ria.il. I..a
ih? m. Th? 11 ?? n,, ?government, on tto
ut -i? r band,
tins, munitions of ?ai al ?Puerto Mes?
!- ?a. Tin se to? ts have prodliesd a ?an
ditioij mu-h more fa\oral>|. 1.. ?'on ?
atitutionalist assent ?,i the mediation
plan than heretofore has ax
Thi rs lat, hows? er, a ihat
of i '.- .-? - ondil oni a 1
may ha1.? boce?se moi- ti his
ow n poo 1 ra of endui anee and
fore, l??ss amena h- t,, reason than
w ton be ? onf? n ed plenarj p
upon the Maxia an (Mogatas ?o Niagara
Palla It is for this laasoii thar wnial
of the approval of the p. a. a mum tr.?m
Mexico City II so anxiously awaiteij
The ?'anadian press is Iliad tO ; 1
with ? rit-.a ism of ?he aulhoritcs ?sf
Toronto l..-?-au-fe of inadequate ; ?
. 1. i?.ii made hy tin m for the i?--ept ?at:
and ? ntertainni? ri* ?-f the m??dl
and delegati she w?sal thsra
?lai ta? t??- ?recelvaad In spa lei sud
bj the Governor ??aa?arel snd to i
th?; garden party whi<h faaHowerL
The fact is that ?Janada ha