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OF WILSON MESSAGE
s. will Adhere Strictly
Polity of Noii-lntertVr-enee
ADMITS THAT L1ND FAii.Kh
PrpM(.K still Hopei to Kind
Moans of Kriiijritijr
Crisis to nn End.
Aug. 17.- President wn-1
Ills new t.olli V i.l II. .1.. I
Interference In the Mexican situation he-
Mure a joint session of I hi' two houses
Of PnilUM thin afternoon The dtilv
" n the address followed the
dent' decision to watt nn lotlgtl
mvma policy ..r prolraatlnitlon
The President after franklv acknowi
enging the failure of the I.I ml
outlined the new policy of
not consoler the
I lie President ,,,e
new policy an closing
tine American efforts
...r ,.-r ,or iu-
towatd a peaceful
BOlUUOn Of the
in,- i run in
not many days will elapse
Shall trlUIIb as the frlanAa
text 01' the message f
I be I'rraldrnl'a MeaaaaTr.
USNTI.BSISN or THS OOMOBSaS
clearlx my duty to lay before you
iiiij .in. i wiinoui reservation, the facts
Ctmcernlns out present relations with the
! ' 01 Mexico. The deplorable
mm 01 aiiaits In .Mexico I d
" i n" . tin; I deem It my duty
verj rranni) at what this
mis .... .. nun should seek to il
' 'a oniigiition to Mexico herself,
e a frlOMd and neighbor, and to American
rltlsens nhos.- lives and vital Interests
u , Lilly affected by the distressing con.
hi. is win. n now obtain beyond
i nose conditions touch us
Xsoi merely because th.v ii.
H " .
i n.ii oi course makes us more
Vividly and mote constantly consciOUi of
them, and every instinct of neighborly
Interest ami amnth is ,
quickened by them, hut that is only one
eitmsni in tne determination or our duty.
Mfs are glad to call ourselves the friends
if Mexico, and we shall. I hope, have
men) an occasion. In happier time, as
Well as In these da. of ttoulilc and con
fusion. tO show that our friendship la
genuine and disinterested, capable of sac.
rifle- and every scnorotll manifestation.
lSasS In Mexico LaacntUI.
Tiv peace prosperity ami contentment
Of Mexico mean more, much more, tojus
than merely an enlarged ti- Id for our
Commerce and enterprise. They mean an
enlargement of the Held of slf.gOVSrn.
msnt and the realisation of the hoins
and tights of a nation with SrhOfS best
aspirations, so long suppressed and dis
appointed, we deeply sympathize. V
hall yet prove to the Mexican people
that we know liow to serve them with
out flrst thinking how Mrs shall sene our-
But we are not the only friends of
Mexico. The whole wmld desires her
p-are and progress ; and the whole world
is IntSrSStSd as neer before Mexico
lies at last where all the world looks on.
Central America is about to be touched
hj the great routes of the world's trade
n nd int'-tcourse running free from oc-au
ti can at the isthmus. The future has
much In store for Mexico, as for all the
Slat, a of Csntral America but ths best
gilt- can come to hei only If she be
road) am! free to receive them and to
.111. iv iMi'lll ll.lfl. .1 I 111 V
America In particular America north1'11"" a"
and south and upon both continents--wait"'
upon the development of Mexico.
and that development can be sound and
laMim only If it be the product of a
genuine freedom, a Just and ordered
government founded jpon law. lOnly so
can II In- peaceful or fruitful of the
benefits of peaci Mexico has a reat and
enviable future before her. if only she
choose and nt. In Ihe paths of honest
"nt circumstances of the
leeply i egret to say. d
p; n unc ev ii the foimdSt II
peace. We have waited many
months full of peril an l nnxletv.
for iho conditions thi
i to Improve, and
me ii.; i e not improved
Tin y have grown worse, rather
territory in ome sort controlled 1 1 -provisional
authorities nt Mexico cltj
grown smaller, not larger The prospect
of in. pacification of the country, even
b- arms, has seemed to grow more and
more i emote; and its pacification bv tin
authorities at tin- capital is evidently
Impossible by sny othsi means than
force. Difficulties more and mora en
lailglS I hose w ho claim to constitute the
legitimate Oovsrnmsnt of tin Republic,
They have not made good their rlalm in
fact. . T'leir SUCOSSSSS in the field haie
proved, only temporary. War and disorder,
devastation and confusion. seem to
,., ,.i. . m loriune of
me 'louiaeieii country. .s rtiends we
could wait no longer for a solution which
every week geemed further away It was
our duty at leas) io volunteer our good
offices to Offer to assist. If we might, in
effecting some arrangement, which would
bring relief and peace and set up a uni
versally acknowledged political authority
Instruction. I.l, en to Llnd.
Accordingly! I look (he lllierlv of send-
Ing ths Hon. John Und, formerly Governor
mv IM'IMOtial si 11 ik es net ' 1
. .1 . 1
nmi representative, to ti e city or Mexico
with the following Instructions i "Press
very earnestly upon the attention of those
who ate now exercising authority or wield-
Iflg Influence In Mexico the following con
dltlons and advice :
"The (lovenimciit of the I'nlted States
does not fee) at llberiy any longc to stand
Inactively by while It becomes dally more
and more evidenL that no rea' progress is
being made toward the establishment of
a government at Ihe city of Mexico which
the country will oliey and respect.
"The Qovsrnmenl of the Unttsd stales
does not stand in Ihe same case with the
other gnat governments of the world in
respect of what Is happening or what il
likely in happen In Mexico. We offer our
good ofnees. not only necause of our
aaSV.ns di-hlre to play the purl of a friend, For the real, I deem it mv dulv lo ex
but alio beeeuss we are St. DOC tSd by IhslsrotSS the authority conferred upon me by
I'owcrs 111 tne worm 10 an us .Mexico s
"We Willi to H
t In these clrciitiistiinci'.u
in th'' spirit of Ihe most earnest and dis
interested friendship. It Is our purpnii
lu whatever we do or propose In this per
plexing ami distressing situation not
only lo pay the most scrupulous
irgard to Ihe sovereignty and - In-j
dependence of Meslto that we luke SS
matter of course to which we are hound
by every obligation or light and honor
bill also to give every possible evidence
that we act In the interest of Mexico
alone and not In Ihe lntereel of any per
lion or body of person who may have
ysrsonal or property rlalm In Mexico
which they may feel that they have a
right to press. We re seeking to counsel
Ifeirteo for her uwn good and In the In
latest of -her own peace and not for any
ether purpose whatever. The Government
of the I'nlted States would deem Itself
disci edited If II had any selftsh or ulte
rior purpose In tranuaotlons whet the
peace, happiness snd prosperity of a
whole people are invoivea. u is acting as
5 FOR MORTGAGE
Wl hate on hand good
mortgages which will
pay Investors are per 'cent.
They hare been approved
by us for the Inrestnvnt of
our own funds.
They are tor sale to the
prudent Investor who wants
a safe investment with a good
No eipense to buyer.
AND TRUST C?
Capital .... S5.000.000
Surplus (as canoe) 1 1,000,000
l7e,B'wsy.N. t. 1 78 Srotora at., o'xim.
350 ralton St, Jamaica.
Its friendship for MOSleo, nut as anv self
lsh Interest, dictates.
V Merles llrmamls Settle III ent.
The prosvnl situation In Mexico Is- In
compatible with the fulfilment of Inter-
national obligations on the part of Mex
ico, With the civ I lied dcveloi.menl nf
i Mexleo herself and with the maintenance
I nf I 1 ., r I, I MIIIU..I 1 . . j ,
tof lol,'rble political and wnnomlo condl-
. .....I. 01 , . nirai .vmerii'H it is uion no
oommun occasion, therefore, that the
U nited Stales offers her counsel and as
aiatance .mi America cries out for a1
' Hill hi I nn Ht.iiu .....n. ...
h... ..7.1 '"'""""ne .e.sanon 01 ngiiting
throughout Mexico, a definite armistice
entered Into and set upulously
j "(hi Security
I free election In
'. part ;
for an early and
all agree to take
! "(c) The consent of (ien. Huerta to hind
himself not to be a candidate for elec tion I
as President of the Hepubllc at thla elec-
i "idi The agreement of all parties to
i abide b the results of t lection and i
cooperate in the most loyal way In or-1
IganlSlng and supporting Ihe new Admin-I
The Government of the United states
will be gladalo play any part in this let
I tlemsnt or Tii Its carrying out which it
an play honorably and consistently With
International light. It pledges Itself to
i recognise and in every way possible and
' piopei to assl.t the Administration chosen
:and set up In Mexico In the way and on
the conditions suggested.
Taking all the existing conditions Into
consul. -i at.. hi Ihe QoVOI iitnetit of the
can conceive of no icasotis
sulfldem to justify those who are now
attempting to shape the policy or eger
else the authority of Mexico In de. lining
the nlhv s of friendship thus offered Can
Mexico kIm- the Civilised world a satis
factory reason for rejecting our good
Offices? If Mexico can suggest any better
way In which to show our friendship,
sere the people of Yexlco and meet our
international obligations, ate are more
than Mining to consider the suggestion.
h Propoaals Were Rejected.
Mr. Llnd o.ec ed his delicate and
dlMVult mission Willi Singular tact. firm,
ness and good judgment, and made clear
'o the authorities .it ihe city of Mexico
not only the purpose of his lslt. bur
also the spirit In which It had been un
dertaken. Hut the proposals In- sub
mitted were rejected, in a note the full
text of which I take the liberty of lay
ing before yoUi
I am led to believe that they ere re
Jecied partly because the SUthoritlSS at
Mexico city had been grossu misinformed
and misled upon two points. They did
not rsallss the spirit of the American
people In this mattei. their earnest friend
Ship and yet soin r determination that
some just solution he found for the Most
cjt: dlrtVuitirs . :ir.d they did not believe
that the present Vdmlnlstratlon sisike.
through Mr Llnd, for the people or the
I'nlted states The effect of this un
fortunate misunderstanding on their part
I- to leave them lingular!) Isolated and
without frli nds who can aid them. s.,
tne misunderstanding continues
can only awall the time of their
I awakening to a realisation nf tin- actual
I facts. We cannot thrust out good offices
I upon mem. I ne situation mu-t lie 'H
a nine more time to work tse r out in
the new circumstances, and 1 believe that'
only a little while Will he necessary, for
the circumstances are new The rejec- '
turn of our friendship makes them newj
; and will Inevitably bring its own altera
! lions in the whole aspect of affairs. The1
actual situation ,,f the authorities at1
Mexico city win presently revealed.
Veuotlnil.ni- Hat He Heaamrd.
i Meanwhile what is It our duty to do?
Clearly, everything thai we do must be'
rooted in patience and done With calm ;
, and disinterested deliberation Imps, i
Hence on our pan would be childish, and 1
I would be fraught with every risk of wrong
and folly. We can afford to exercise the!
self.restralnl of a realty great nation I
Which reallres its own strength and scorns '
; to misuse It. It was our duty lo offer our
' active assistance. It Is now our duly to
show what true neutrality will do to en
utile the people of Mexico to set their af
fairs In order again and wait for a further
opportunity to offer out friendly counsels.
The door is tint closed against the resump
tion, either upon the Initiative of Mexico
or umui our own. of the effort to bring
order out of the confusion by friendly co
operative action, should fortunate occa
While .we wait the contest of the rival
forces will undoubtedly for a little whll
be sharper than ever, Just because It will
be plain that an end must lie made of
the existing situation, and that very
promptly, and with the Increased activity
of the contending factions will come, It I
Is to he feared, increased danger to the
111n1-11m1l1.1t. in ts In Mexico, as well as to
those actually In the field or bailie. The I
position of outsiders is always purtlcu-
larly trying and full of hazard where i
lhtli ' OlVll HI rift- iin1 h whole count rv
la M..t A' -I....-I.I ..... .,!.. .. - ii
Amarieana to leave Mexico at om e ,.',,,1
anouia ssisi inem in gei away in everv '
way possible, not because we would I
mean to slacken In the leiisi .me .s,.a. i
to HafegUHrd their liven nnd their In
tereits, but because It In Imperative Unit
j they should take no unnecessary rinki
when it is pnyitcaiiy iMiulblc for them
to leave the country. We should let
every one who anumea to exercise
auUiorlty In any part tif Mexico TTiTiw
In he moil unequlvm-Hl way that we
ahull vlKllantlv wuteh the fortunes of
tboie AmerleHni who cannot net uwnv.
und iball hold those responsible for their
KUtTerlnas and losses to a definite reckon
Ins That cun be, aim will be. mude
til, tin beyond the poKslbllily of a mtsun
derstnndlna. Kmbnra.i on Arms Maintained.
t tie law or .March 11. 1 !i 1 2, to see tn It
hut neither side In the struggle now going I Hugh Csbol of Huston. Robert W. Heb
On In Mexico receives any assistance from bard of Albany, Dr. I). It. Hooker of
this side the border. I shall follow the , Baltimore, Dr. Kit L, Keyes, Jr., of New
best practice of nations in the matter of I Vork and Wirt W. Helium of Chicago,
neutrality hy forbidding th exportation director.
of arms or munitions of war of anv kind
from the United States to anv part Of ths
Republic of Mexico a policy suggested
by seveiul Interesting precedent and iter-
talnly dictated hv manv manifest consider-
atloni or practical expediency. We can-
not In the circumstance be the partlauh!
of either party to the contest that now i
distract Mexico or constitute ourselves
the virtual umpire between I hem
I am happy to say that several of the.
groat guv eminent of the world have given
this Qovemaienl their generous moral!
upport In urging upon the provisional
authorities at the city nf Mexico the ae-
septa nee of our prolTersd good unices in '
the spirit In which they were made. We
have not acted In this matter under the
Ordinary principle of International oHll-
gation. All Hie world expect us In urh
circumstance io oi a Mexico nearest
! friend am! Intimate adviser This Is our I
I in memorial relation toward her. There
I Is nowhere any serious (uestlon that w I
' have the moral right in the case or that
; we are acting In the Interval of a fair '
settlement and of good government, not
for the promotion of some selflsh Interest 1
of our own. If further motive were MC j
essary than ooi own good will toward a'
sister republic and our own deep concern
to see pence and order prevail In Central
Amerira. mil consent Of mankind to what I
I WO are attempting, this attitude of the
' great nations of the world toward what i
I we may attempt In ileallng with thi dls-
tressed people ut our doors, should make
I us feel the more solemnly IsiUhd to go to
the utmost length of patience and for
bearance in this pninfui ami anxious
, buslnees. The steady pressure of moral
force will before many days hreuk the'
bOJTleni of pride and nrelinllce down, and '
' we shall triumph as Mexico's friends
sooner than we could triumph a her
, enemies ; and how much more handsome
ly. Willi how mm h higher and flner sat
isfaction of conscience and of honor!
FIRE LAW BARS SPRING LOCKS.
MOtOPV Owner lined, Vlthonah
Hour Opened from Inside.
.lusticea Keller. Herrmati ami MOM in
spei'ia! Mnaofona yootordoy ruled tlMkt
patent spr ing locks pormHtMlg exit hut .
not entrance through factory doors are
prohibited by the statute covering the '
oaae. Then they impoaed a Hue of t.".o.
with the alternative of ten days In Jail, on j
ixnil Kelmer. owner of a clothing factory
at 404 Third
111.. . - - - -
atreet. Relmor pleaded
guilty to having one of hla doora fastened.
hut aaUd that the mrlng lock could be
opened easily from the Inside, though not
irom xne ouiaine.
His lawyer contended
mm IhaMSna a
that his doors
locked anil ilid .
slope of the law. ,
They showed the
lock in court and lie- !
dared thas It had lieen approved In the
iiaajisupui rrana iveniaton or the Huron
or Hie Prevention, who art-anted llelmei '
M August 14. asserted rhat the lock could
not be unfastened from either side when
he visited the place.
Justice Keller In Impoatflg sentence said
that the law must he mrlctly enforced
to prevent flagrant violations. Relmer-s
flue was paid.
For similar Infringements three other
factory owners were flned. One STSS fined '
ITS. another $i0 and the third III,
Klfteem men were lined 12 ea.h for
1 smoking in factories. All of rhem failed
to nay and had to go to Jail for one
day, Sentence was suspended on five
WOMAN TO AID DR. FLEXNER.
Louise IVarer I nntlni In Hoeke-
Ba:.timob, Aug. 27. Dr. Simon Klex
ner of the Hockefellei Institute will be
assisted in his research work by Dr.
Louise Pearre of the Johns Hopkins llos- '
Pltal. I 'r. P. arce has resigned her pool-I
tlon on tin- medical staff and will take
up In i tn w duties on OctObel I. There I
are two otjier women doctors at the
Rockefeller institute but then work is :
in oth.-r branches.
Dr. Pearce was appointed to Ihe staff
laal year on her graduation, the only
woman on It. She Is a native of Boston,
init received her academic education at
Leland Stanford University, she was'
graduated in 1007 and studed m.dlcln ,
111 Boston. In l-olfl ahe entered Until,
k was graduated third in her I
fl l er,
expects to confine her work chief!--isolation
of the bacillus of scarl-t
whooping cough and measles.
COURT UPHOLDS COAL ROAD
Hexrraal nf Sion.ilsut
eict In I.ealBb Hate I ....
I'MiLxtiKiPHM. Aug 27 -In an opinion
tiled ,n the 1 nurd States four! of Appeals
lo-day Judge f.ray upheld the conten
tion nf the i.ohigh Valley Railway Com
panj thai the statute of limitation
applicable In a suit for damages insti
tilteil against It last seal by Meeker A
o on tne grounds of alleavH rilaoeltni
nn t ion
matter or coal
Reversal of a verdict or Hot, ISO dam
ages In favoi of Meeker A- Co.. granted'
by a jury in Judge Holland s . ourt No-I
v.'lnber 12 last 11 onleliil bv .liirf.a n.u
who state that the firm has no right to I
enter suit to compel the railway company
to return, with interest, excessive rates
alleged to have been exai ted bv It on
coal shipments prior to July 17. ISO!
The Mi ni's claims for damages, which had
in en upheld hv the Interstate Commerce
extended back to November
MAITRE LABOR! IN COURT
linl Will l.nnrraj anrj I (n.l.
Maltre Psrnand i.
to-day, sat oi
f tin Bai Association of 1
Chicago'! criminal court
Ihe bench with Judge
j Kei sten In i he room
; city 'a most notorloui
wheie many of the i.
murder trials have!
been held, chatted with
repot trrs and i
lawyers and finally decided to return lo
I "educate himself," as he xpn-ssed it. In a
j long visit dev oted entirely to the courts,
i The Login- murder case was called, but
an error In the papcis made postponement
necessary As the difficulty was being
I straightened out a reporter came up to
: the bench. He taluted the .ludgc formally.
I "Good morning. AI " responded the
I "Such democracy:' exclaimed M La.
! borl when the situation was explained.
. "And do your Judges always speak thus
familiarly with reporters? in i-ari. this
would be shocking. Hut then WS wear
' gowns there too."
Later In the afternoon M. Lahorl visited
! the slock yards. He left Chicago in the
SVsnlng for Montreal to attend Ihe
Bar Association convention
ELIOT HEADS HYGIENE FIGHT
Heeled President nf xinerlran Fed
rrallun al Huffalo.
Kllot yesterday was
the American roderetlon of Kex ftystsns
whlii ndUCtSd the session of ihe Intel -
uatlonul Consress on School Hygiene to
day. The American VlKllam-r Association
was merged Irrto ihe federation and both
h.ulles will he kSOVn hereafter as the
A mart can Federatton for Sex Ryeistie
The reason given for the umalaamatlon
was that both orirunlxallonH Iters worklni:
In the name field and could he i-nnducted
more, efficiently as a single undertaking.
Other ofHi-ers elected were Puvid Starr
.Ionian of Inland Stanford University,
fliirt vice-president : President William T.
Foster of Heed College, second ie--presl-dent
: Felix Warburg of Kuhn, lieb A
Co., and leun William T Sumner of Chi
cago, vice-presldenls . Pr. Donald R.
Hooker of Haltlmnrc, secreiary ; Henry
HiKKlnsiin of Huston, treasurer. T)r
JOHNSON'S AUTOS SEIZED.
Hal egrn flora In Pari In f.rt
Sjecmt reels Itmitatrh to Tar 8i .
I.omhin. Aug. !7. Jack Johnson left
London for I'aris till evening nnd It I
aid he I going lo bring over u third
automobile, the two he bad here having
been tslssd by the hSerlff to-day, not
withstsndlng Johnson' assertion that
they belong tn hla wife.
Mai-Naghter. head of the syndicate of
music hall, who obtained n judgment of
$7.r.nu against the negro pugilist for a
breach of contract on a previous visit to
England, nays he will auction the ma.
chine Mill, hs Johnson pay the amount
I of ths judgment
THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST
TO STAND BY GLYNN
m m OBII
' IIPPI'S fOI' Ml I KIT VMlPII Assplll-
lilyiiien Protest AfllBfH
NO QtORlIM IX SKNATB
I'lllll to A (1 j (I II I'll
I ntil Tin
Hiiys Before Imppiipli
in en t Trial.
A LOAN V, Aug. II. -Lieutenant Governor I
Martin H Qlynn was retngnlxed as act
ing Qovernor by the Assembly early this
momlng. The vote In f.ivor stood Is
for to Uti against.
Al.SANr.AUg. 27. W hen the legislature
met to-night for the flrst session with
rihvthlng Ilk - a guorum since tlov. Sutler' I
Imposetimont acting Qovornor Qlynn sen I
In three financial messages and there
I srs prompt objei tlons.
Henator Wende of Huffalo, Democrat:
! Assemblyman Harold .1. Ilinmnn of Al-
i banv. the Iteuubllcnn leader, ami Ass. m-
blyman Scbaati of Manhattan, a Progres
sive. Insisted that no color should be
glv.n to acting tloverror (llynn's right to
act as QoVSnwr pending the Suiter Im
peachment proceedings. They said the
Legislature should adjourn sine die and
permit the court of Impeachment to settle
the present controversy without Inter
ference from the Legislature.
Cheers for Salarr.
The messages wire received and read in
'each house with the reservation that ob
jections could tie made to-morrow to tlielr
reception formally by either the Senate or
; the Assembly. Senator Wende and As
Semblyman Schaap declared thai there
was but one tlovernor William Sulxer.
In the Assembly this brought out a burst
of cheering and bnndelapplug from the
galleries Speaker Smith declined that If
0,ttlc! was not maintained spectators would
; be Invited to leave the chamber.
I Senator Krawlev and Assemblyman Levy
Introduced hills carrying out Ihe recom
mendations in the messages, and they
llkewlsi were received subject to objection
Both the Senate and Assembly ad--journed
until to-morrow, when It is ex
pected that another adjournment win be
taken until September II, when other ap-
, proprlatlon bills will u- Introduced, in
cluding one to meet the xpenses of the
i court of impeachment.
Chief Judge Cullen of the Couri or Ap
peals reached Albany to-day and will
confer to-morrow with senator Robert P.
Wagner as presiding oftlcer ot the Senate
regarding preliminaries concerning the
meeting of the court of Impeachment on
f Quornm In siennle.
i ' r the forty-nine Senators only twenty-
; two. ot tour less than a quorum, attended
to-night's session and of the I5u Assi m
I blymen only seventy-etghl were present,
I or two more than a majority. Hurry
i calls were sent out for absent Democratic
Senators and Assemblymen to la on hand
i for tO-morroW'l. session, which is to open
i at noon.
Senator Wagner said the srrgeant at
arms would be sent after absent legls
' lators and that no excuses would he
Assemblyman Simon L. Adler of Roch
ester a Republican, announced that hud
, he been present he would have voted in
j the Assembly against the report of the
i riawley louimlttei and the Bulser srtlcles
cf Impeachment Mi Adler explained
'that be was in the Wist us a membei of
the legislative committee which repre
lasntsd the Stale of New York in ConnsC-
tlon with the Perrj celebration.
As the Assetnbh was about
lourn at l'-':4 a M Chairman
announcsd that the Judlclar)
would meet 111 the Assembl) Chamber at I
I :iu A M i-n Thursday.
"I hops Mr James C Qsrrlson will:
bear of this announcement." said Ma
jority Leader Lew. "as the sergeant at
arms has had several nun hunting lor,
lit flaerlami nil riiirht nmi thev llavf '
t ti rut htm at his UIUAI
GLYNN SENDS MESSAGES
It ecom mend. Dlr.-cl Tax to Vleel ST,-
I AbBANV, Aug IT. Acting Qovernor
' Qlynn sent to the Legislature to-night
three messages recommeni ling the passage
of financial legislation
minded a direct tax of
1 tie tii st recom-sls-tenths
mill, which would rim
to meet tin- deficiency
in State revenues
from Indirect sources for il inning year
In this message he points out that the
litst yeai of ihe Htllser administration has
proved so expensive that if it Is continued
for another year It will mean that the
next Legislature must Impose a direct tax
of at least two mills, which would make
a direct tax upon the people of the Slate
of 111,000,000 next yeai.
The second message recommended an
appropriation of $22.r ,000 to pay the
claims of farmers throughout the .-state
whos,. tubercular cattle were killed by
agents of tin- state Agricultural Depart
ment. The third message recommended nn ap
propriation of 7.v i tor ihe contingent
expenses oi the LeaislutU
reauiar and extra sessions ami for
penses id the l-'rawby and other
tive Invsatlgatins committocs,
ah the messages wore slsned
H. ilynn, Lleutennnt-Uovernor,
i iov ei nor."
The principal message follows;
To the Legislature ; Your attention
Is respectfully ceiled lo tils blessing n I
of Financial legislation
"L'nless the state is to
default In in-
lerest on V lllelits lllioll its tlOllds ll
esSBIV that tin Legislature llllliuilil iv
nk nrovisiolis foi ,i dlleii lax. Po
avert this stigma upon the majesty of lb-
State this menace lo its credit. Ihe lev I
arel counties must soon be in possession .
of authority in i- v a State tax. j
"The condition of the State finances I
is tin- most important problem confront- i
Ing us. In Ihe turmoil of other issues
tin- Hli Important question of wnya .ind
meiniH baa be. ii sadly overlooked! and
less Important riueatlons hsvs forced into'
obsourlty the momentous problem of how- !
Ihe State is going to pnv Us debts.
"Through Unusual Item in tin- regular
appropriation bills und numerous special i
appropriations tl"' espeiisas of the stat
have been Increased to a degree demand-
ing serious i-onsiiu-rai ion. u me lueseoi
policy Is i out nine, l tne expenses lit III
Stale will soon largely outstrip the rev- I
cime anil necessitate u heavy direct tux.
It should be (he SeriOUS StUdy of all pub- 4
lie officbils to avoid the imposition of this !
burden Upon the people. The condition I
of tin- nuances of tin- state demands a
bait for the time being upon the special
appropriations except for purposes abso
Reveaaes B0(MH,mm sharti
"The appropriation of 1919 from the
general fund ale IT.la8.BBS. Till)
inking fund requirements are If.ftt,.
398, making the total obligation to be
provided for thla year 6T.Dlt.lt4i an In
crease of 14. ItllD. Tat over last year. To
meet thi great demand upon the Stab 's
rsaourosi it was estimated on January i
last that lit the beginning of the It SOS j
year there would be u SUrpiU Hi5tS."
I and that revenue would be Increased
to ths amount ef Itu.iiio.ooo and thai
the total estimated resources are there
"Tills sinounl is almost llOiOOO.OOt less
than Hie smotinl required to meet the
obligations of the state for the current
year, it has hsnpened, however, thai
the reventM derived from Hie transfer In
heritance tax is now estimated to he at
least $1,090,000 greater than the esti
mate at the beginning of the year There
untiiim ot tne veai. rnere- 4 f . M
SI lOSSt M.O0M00 of the.AviHtOP foPI-PlI to (JVP I'll
the Imposition of n direct'
fore, by using
surplus, and by
tax of approximately lx tenths of a mill
for the sinking fund equlrcments of the I
anal and I'nlisadc honcls Ihe Stale will'
lie able to meet Its idilliratinns anil pre- !
serve a surplus sufficient to property con
dUOt Ihe States business.
"it is unrossonabls to expect tint there
will be any addition to the revenues from
Indlrecl sources another ear. The slnk-
lllg funil requirements alone will amount
lo about $ ! i. mi. null, involving an!
Imposition of a direct tax of at least one I
and one-tctith mills. There will lie no.
10,000,000 surplus another year to lie'
used lo meet the expenditure of the gov- '
"A continuation of the present fiscal I
policy of the Stale means the Imposition
nest year of a two mill direct tax, a bUV
dsn which oiiKhl not in lie Imposed upon I
tin taxpayers if sni plan .if ret ranchmen I
an he adopted to avoid it."
BLERI0T REFUSES TO RACE.
scandal Kolton I aa Urnrrdaaeln
rash lirewlag Rlaarr Dally.
siin-mi fo'ie hrnpotrli to Ths Si s
PARIS Aug. 27 Louis Illeriot. who re
signed yesterday from the Aero Club on
account of the decision to stick to the
Helms aerodrome for the contest for the
James Hordon Bennett cup, announced
to-dav that lie would not tuke putt In the
race. lie said Moratie and mnnv Other
aeroplane Inventors have the same In
tention. This, he said, "leaves only two
10 roplans factories to defend Prance
the naperdussin firm and another, which
also was Involved In the deals with the
Banqua lndustrtl et Colonial, which
brought about the downfall of Deper
dUSSln." The banking firm, he added, was
anxious to see DeperdUSeln boomed.
Blerlot evidently wants to do his tit
most against DeperdUSeln. who was power
ful enough some time ago to Induce the
French army office to prohibit the use of
the Blerlot monoplane In the armv until
11 was strengthened
"It Is SCandalOUS," Illeriot went on. "to
make Krench constructors compete for
an International prlxe In an aerodrome
built by money obtained despoiling us
DeperdUBSln, who hullt the aerodrome,
obtained the best pilots hy covering them
with gold He sold aeroplanes at the
lowest possible price, as his method of
obtaining money made It possible for hlrn
to he content with an extremely small
in view of the latest developments it
bs.ks as if the squabble which arose m
tie Aero Club will result 111 crippling
Frances representation in the contest fo,
tin- International cup.
a the Nieuport firm probabl) win ab
stain from taking, part in the contest
America win not ts. represented In ths
race r.ir the International cup, Wey matin,
who was to iiv r.o tin- I'nlted States,
being a Nleupolt pilot
The Aero Club, finding thai the aero
plane Minis are almost unanimous in re
training from taking parti has issued a
circular extending tin- time limit for en-irt-s
for the Cordon-Ben net! race and
other events to September K.
The aeroplane Arms, on the other hand
are Inviting constructors to attend a
meeting on Beptemm r ' to form a new
STILL WORKING ON PALACE.
Strike nf London llonae Painters,
Ho ever, l ikely to Spread.
IptekU PaMs 0SSSOteO in Tar. Si s.
laisnoN. Aug 27 The strike of house
painters her ntlnues althoueh the ranks
of the strikers have not been materially
east d since
real danger of a
rike In 'hi even
ic event thai othei trade -
merit which seems IlkelS
Chemo favored hv the
get the electric supply of
s stopped and all then if.
i i.. I toward that end
that work has been stopped
rolls are dli
mi the restoration or the fronl of Ruek
ham Palace is unfounded, but this will be
brought aboul if the builders Join I ha
painters Meanwhile pickets are watch
Ins th- palace Work has been stopped
at Marlborough House and manv Oovern
mi nt otti.es where palntlni had been he
CHARLTON TO LAND AT NAPLES.
llnrilerrr Mill He laken
There to ('OttIO,
Saerlel ' ablr litimt to Tar Si s
S'API ks. Auk 27 Win n the steamer
; Fte d'ltalla, on which Porter Charlton is
on his way to Hah to be tried at I'm-w
for tin- murder of ins wife, arrives ai
Napi.-s at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon
the prisoner will be taken ashore and
i sent by Irani to Como,
This decision was reached to-day after
'the police bad Raked for Instructions
. from the Minister or .lust pointing
OUl lo him that as tin- h d Italia re-
' mains In port here for twenty -eight hours
prior to leaving for Qenoa it would be
difficult to keep Charlton guarded unless
' he was lea ked up in his cabin while the
v essel was at Naples
The Naples chief of police told the cor.
respondent or Ths si this afternoon
that Chariton would certainly he landed
ANDREW CARNEGIE HONORED.
ineen W 1 1 In I m I tin Gives Mini I? mud
t ron of OriitiKf-NriftwHu.
THS Mali 1
n'itt ht fjMft4 lo THM - 1 v
id lew Cur- eK'..-
v to attend t tie
or peace lomoi -1
who arrived hen- io-di
dedicutb f tin Pxlai
1 ow, 1 1 iv ed f 1 oni i.'u- -
afternoun lite Grand c
on hi-hntf of unlvi real n
Of I 1 1 .IIIKi
if hll 1 ff.ui
i irnejrlr It itopplns with l.bivii
ihe Criteri states Minister In Ins
I.lov.l Hrvce gave a reception
..I M i in iiegle
those vv 1)0 Sttt 11 I
Scott, Senator Hon
it Brussels .
ITnlll d States Minis
Mr. and Mis. iis.-ar
member! of Ihe IMp-
I si reus and sev rial
I lomatlc Corps
MAWS0N AND MEN RESCUED.
Rgg.oeeP nnd l'nrt In tntefotlei
Were ainrw Ina When Fmind.
CHItlSTCHHRCM, N V. .
PoUKlaa Maw son and In
piorers on Maoqualrls Isli
verge of starvation, all
Aug. ;7 Dr.
s part) of ex-
mil were on the
been exhausted when the I'Sllef expedition
sent mil by the Qovsrnmrnt reached them
The parts vvas living on the hearts of;
sua elephant-, according lo the aeoounl
nf the commander of the relief expedition. '
The Mawson party left Tasmania on
mil. to survey tin- Antarctic
III Hue. and when the whaler Aurora '
returned to get the parly In
this year Pr Mawson and
panloni were left behind with
to lust i hem until ihe Antarctli
Svv iss i
icldents on the u
n of the party
Dr Msrlx, a
Ir lives They wen
RnSllsh Hiiny und
AT 38 HAS HAD 24 CHILDREN.
Only line l-nir nt Tvtln Horn In
Woman In Twentj Vrnrs.
MasinsvvBi wis. Aug it, Mis.
tisorgs cimikiing of Pord River, Mich.,
Ill veins old. gave blrlb lo her twenty
fourth child, n hnv , lust night
line pulr of twins was lairn to the
woman, who was married tlrst al the
age of 111. Her Urn husband died and
he soon married again
only six children are living.
HAWKER FALLS AFTER
COVERING 1,043 MILES
Around Britain Flic lit
Whpn Near End.
WITH BAD LUCK
His Only Good Fortune Is That
Hp Kspnpps With a Fpw
gpurlal 'nhlr 0esjMfCl to Tits Si x.
I.omi.ox, Aug. 11. -After covering LOU
riilh in his attempt to win the przr !
MM (fered by ihe Daily Moll fo, a,
.flight of 1,140 miles around Ureal Bi it- ,
aln In a hydroaeroplane, arid having'
broken all records for a tnht oversea, I
1 Harry ti Hawker saw victory snatched J
I from his grasp yesterday morn'ns trhe.i I
j his machine was wreck I .11 the Irish i
I coast. The aviator was only sllgbtlv'
j Injured, but his passeniret . Kaupet. was j
badly hurt. 1
j Hawker nil trouble with rill engine j
soon after iiurtliis from Oban, Hcotland, I
I and he found ths' ni Moats had become
waterlogs 'd dm m. 1
night Wh-ii he
ai a great speed, I
r Iss rter travel-
really not si ir. id
t is surfu -e of the ..
hut it WaS too he. IV y
III , for a mile the
sandy beach when
stopped arid I
ashot on a
helplesi bn i
unha r med.
II took the svlal a
si-gins worsins huh u
a flesh start the f
t rouble a ud In- w a v
anothei stop at Kellls,
In luM an hour Setting
worklns ordei Mo goi
i hour to get tii.
nd after In- made '
gave i in more
ot. lilted to in ike j
A t Ryltshlre. 1 lore
the machine into
aw.-v again ami
leached Lame, in tt' north or I
0:10 Breakfast, t.tkmu on .,
on a lUpplj
1. -I repslrs
.1 -1 1 il vv a- II
pet nil and maktni fil
nunied a couple "f heui
before in- ivh- able to
.line hli 111 thl
high -1 1 II
a quarter hou
ti Cams 'Me dia
making for Iiubiiu at
travelled foi two an, I
Ithout a rniaiiap Til
matic end of his fliglr
tlnchlne falls Like Stone.
Hawker was spiralling downward, in
tending to alight at Loughehlnny, tifieen
miles from Dublin, because ins engine was
not working to ins satisfaction Tin
aviator's rubber soled Bhoei which vv.,
covered with oil. slipped err the rudder
bar. Hawker lost control of ti.. machine
and it dropped like a st.ui
'it vvasnt ,1 -.it fall nt a dive," said
Hawker, telling about hit mishap later,
It was a Hal ev.-n drop. Th. hydro
aeroplane twisted tight round as It MI
and was imaahed to pieces. 11 waan'l
the fault of tin machine 01 of the ugine
but just a piece of ghastlj bad luck "
A few mile- more would hive brought
Hawker to tin- Kingstown "control' wh
tin- maker of the tlreeu
nginea ne us. a
was waiting with new vatvt
If Hawker had known that
have made the descent al
ml sptlr. gs
Haw-ker escaped with a few bruises
and a tough -baking up. li s passetlgeri
i Kauper, was entangled In the wreckage
1 of the machine, ins face being badly
'cut. his head and neck bruised and one
arm broken. Coast guards who law the
fell WSnl In a boat to the aid of the
. men and rowed them ashore. The tide
w as low and the watel
hydroaeroplane fell 1
Kaupei is in a hoaplts
shallow where the
was lowed ashore
and is pt ngri ssing
Qreen. tin' engine maker, says tin- a.'
1 id tit w is dm to the fact that Haw U.
was nearly exhausted physically Hawke
toiivj 1 1 i Would np ,ot Prists,
if tin Oaitu Mail prise Im'i been won it !
wiiuiti hiiv num- to Tom Mop wit hi who J
designed Ihe hydroseroplsnc ami em
ployed Hawker at s h;iIhi it 38 per eent.
of tiii- in money if he was successful
The Oatty Mailt in recognition f Haw !
k. t's skill art) courage, liitH made ji si i.il 1
nift tf r..iiin ss ii consolation prim.
spite Hit f irt thai tii- night wan not
success it in regarded as a splendid failure
ami ;i great triumph f'r .1 British ma I
chins with a Hrltlah engine
Winston Churchill, Plrst lord of the I
Admiralty, -i to the Pailp Mail the t-il-loa
Ing t-1 eg ram 1
"Hawker, Un achleed s wonderful rs
sull -tint the sccldenl which prevented
lys complete success in no way detracts
from th- merits of n feal al once mem- I
orable and servlogable The whole com- j
petition has been of real value tn British !
flj Ing Mthough wo started the iMt 1
smong the great nations, we must keep ;t I
up until first place is gained and held." !
SURBRUG TO INVADE LONDON.
pen lln. tne..
the eal i" mi.
fni '.i.f DesaseA fa Tnr Si
is-. An- 27 Th.- business oners-
llnm nf John W Burbrua, head of ihe
Surbrui Company, ths New fork m
bacca linn who has tiikeu buiHteas prem
I s, 1 in St Irfiue.- street, In tin West Bnd.
firesumebl) lu enter into competition with
tin- Imaerlal Tobacco Cumnanv. have e-
frtl little p ul. In Int. .rent The
moni lobar mci in
itnbltiatkin in the world
eunuch to dlSlodSO tbS
1 'otunanv . w hlch now
t of the Knullsh tcudc
iinn .1 thai Mi Mut'bi-ua hopes
to win eventual!) throush nesotlatjons
with the few Independents who control
the other -a per i en' These negotiations
are in progress and ii s rumored, ai
thoush ti".' 'ciiioi is unconfirmed, that
the New VqrK mall has met with success
in his dealinsi aith th. Baker Compsnyi
which has a chain of cicin.v itorei in the
best parts of laindon.
GERMANY'S DECISION FINAL.
III Vol hanue Her
"aii I' run else ii I-
Beaux, Aug tiottii
v hll. II.
ll l.lgO'.V ,
V Ign Mints!
s not intend
not lo In- rep
SI of the
hi ihe Panama Pacini; Kxposltlon in 101
I'r von lagow explained that the QOV-
ernment's reuson f-t nol exhibiting is
due to tn. gi. it outlay "f money thai
would lie required. H also said hi (Jov
cnrnit ul vvas influenced hv the fct that
the i'nlted State, as b rule does not par
ticipate in foreign expositions.
Mr. crew had a conference todas wlthj
fonsuMleneral Thackars and Prederlc1,!
.1 V. SIvilT.
being made I
director of exhibits at the
mceriiins plan which i
t i lei many for a nonolHclul I
in the exposition.
THE CONSPIRACY" IN LONDON.
Mautraea linker' ri tuwr nig mt
I nder nn tlln.
BptdlSt Cell! fiM$atck to Tnr ti .
lM PON i Aug. 87i Kmerson s Bakei st
"The CouHpiracv " was pioduord at the'.
Comedy Theatre this evening in its Augll- i
i Ised form with the title "The Scarlet
Rend. Marie I into was MfirgOrel and
Kielicr Wbile pluvcii the part of I 'In rrnitn.
The piece vvas a lug tilt. There was
a large gailu-nng of American among
OBJECT TO TARIFF 05 B00Z8.
taltatlon In lOfMlf Aaaln.i Pro.
posed Tea on Literals .
fSMfSl rnfir DsSSOfl A fo Tas Scs.
-SRUN, Aug. 27 -.NOW that a majority
"f Hi.. Oblectlons hroiiL-hl SMS M k..
, ; - ..j
rm""' certain proposals In the
j nl" haw hnen removed a
trong imitation has his.11 i,.ri.a -...-!-
I the proposed tariff (15 per cent.) on
At a meeting of the Association of
Herman Publishers and Book Dealers
held at LelpSlg to-day a resolution wss
ad. .tiled asking the Uovnmment to mske
a protest to W ashlngton against the pro
1 posed tariff. The press guru-rally displays
barely suppressed bltterneaa. Discussing
ihe tarlfr It sees only another deliberate
: attempt to flout Oerman culture and sup
press the language In the L'nlted States.
Mr, Rlrsle, manager of Rrentano's,
New Vork. who Is visiting- Oermany, gave
out a statement to-day Iti which he saya
the practical effect of the proposed tariff
will i. to kill th.. Importation of Oerman
literature because deafen in the i'nlted
States now handle hooka on commission,
returning unsold copies to the publishers.
I'nder the tariff regime they would have
in purchase tin- books outriirht.
yt a tune ' he ridded, "when there
is an exchange of professors between th
uvrinan nmi American universities it
nts strange thai an effort Is being mills
necs tin- spread or .1 knnwii
til'- printed Word.''
He declared that asi
two South American n
has placed a tariff on
!' from Spain and
publics no country
HORN UNDER AN UNLUCKY STAR,
lastrlaa Peases laeaeeess of
t rime, bill Departed Nevertheless.
tntri ., Tut Si x.
VOLS. A UK 21
I sso Brsun, who ri
agalnsi damnation f
0 . 1 . quasi f 1 inn 1 1
1 on 1 1 rtmehl arid w :n
rival in Rngland 10
rxtiadltlnti papfrs :
in: for two
011. the t 1,11. ,1 Stan a
An tro-Hunsai lan
arrested on his er
SWall the arrival ..f
i till. 1 had .
! g.i am ..1 nope to-day.
v. 10 11 in- prov ed '
s tluil lie was not
.he !S ,) police
llM oT tHlii Z7.li -
xtrudltlon Ihey bad
vv i- -hurt lived,
; 1 be . ai liberty
tie- Austrian ftov.
'it although Klein
is wanted neverths
id and forgery. He
,. I 1 lie 1 ..'ml' 11 a ul tun .1
1 in Inter for . itom
1 w : e searcl
I nn nt and f
; ay lied
I Klein h
J fo: when hi
1 1 ae represe
was nol tin
less 0,1 a Pil
Will be .Xt
te of frai
a- 1 iv ed in .New
W'-le taken to
and hie wif. an actress.
Vork In Jun . 1911 They
Lllls Island and ordered
ral apiwals wen- taken and
lit aily the
It 1 3 they W
home lure. In
I again, hut escaped
1 neversl mot, ths ago the fl-ial
older of deportation was Issued agalnt
them on tin- ground thai tin y had come iii
this count rj under assumed names.
tetor'a Wife l.el Vlloion. Order.
w. Smith, ati actraasi got an
iiptetne Court Juntlce Don-
lirecting her bushnnn.
.Madison W. Smith, an acior. to pay her
11" a wee',, alimony pending a nuit for
separation. Mrs. Smith ullege that her
husband beat her In their apartment at
li.'M West ISSth slree- in May and that
he hue taken all their household furniture
and secreted It. She says she has been
support tig herself and her sven-year -old
dauahter, but is unable lo get an engage
ment at present.
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they would say something
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