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THE WEATHER FORB
Unsettled and colder to-day; fai.tfcmor-
row; moderate to brisk wJ(ldsi'
Detailed weallicr reports will be found on pige 13.
VOL. LXXXI. NO. 72.
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1913. Copyright, 19IJ. by the Sun Printing ami Publhhlnp Association.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
trliitnitioti Hoard (irnuts
vcric Wairc liaise
nf 7 Per Ci-nt.
$fi,(MMUMin 310HK I'AV
Ot'to I I Roads, ucliidiu;
Ktra Frew Kxpoiisc.
min m;i;i mohk moxky
1i--n t iiiir Opinion
T't of L.iw
iid of the ni bitrntlon
i' it tlie conductors and train
si- o' iii, l...stirn railroads, which was I
cubic I. 'B' evening by the arbl-
trste . f ves mi Increase on present '
: . - ' T per i cut The two railway '
it weM-ntuI a dissenting opinion j
i .I' ot-ation board estimates that1
;t s will involve n total lncrense In the
' ol's of the forty-one railroads lepre-
ii il 'p th Hililtrntlon of about fight-I
pi ths of 1 pet ient of the total operating '
list s the road, or approximately
js inn n n a ear
ney a so hold that all additional bur-
i.i of )te aon.oon annually Is placed 1
;u.p ti -.idioids without additional ser- ,
ie l'l.i g -tceived b the railroads or the
iIm' This they say comes from the
is niio.nfln a year now grnnted In nddltion '
to H. 100.000 neently added to railroad
tpn,-s through the operation of the
a crew laws pased In this territory
! tiv ii-liest or tne uuor orgamzniions. ;
The arbitrators say that Inasmuch u
me railroads did not plead their Inability
i meet any Increase of pay it was not ,
if.-essary to dwell upon that point.
further on when the board came to
o , de whether an lncreaee of wages
. ' inan an Increase of freight and
licenser rates It declares that possl-
olll'v Is not taken Into consideration.
Montis Must llnve Money.
"T s loard believes," the nport sa).
t f must make Its finding as to what
-be proper rate of pay to be awarded
without any reference to the
; i n t .n which the railroads arc ev i
p ' . I uced by the laws which make it
for them to Increase, fi eight
ise.-nser rates without the authority
- Interstate Commerce Commission
' he Itallroad Commlm.ons of the
Kit fur on it sas: "The InterMat
l..,...l.n .,.. tl.lu -.
- uiinii,i.r,,uiii ...... ,,,.- - -
' on board has the duty of deter
i whether the railroads can earn
I tion to their other tlxed charges.
h ut an increase of freight rates, the
of pay this board believes to be due
" prt eiit time."
maul rtfets pointedly to the evil
-i policy which would -prevent t a 1 1 -
' l- ftom obtaining or commanding
m nev to tender work and travel safer,
'fie records show, the board says, that
r --i I,,,,. ,,iiii inner saiei nppiiniices uute
-li'ctd ptos)rtlonately the number of
'"i Injuries have Increased slightly
' - ,ta among the men, but this Is as
'ml to the unusual activities of tlie'
it'', ids where more untrained men are
''bed Into the service. The figures for
'Ht'i sntl Injur' always fall In hard t lines t
Maus-, it ., ,i that the Incompetents'
Hav teen thrown out of work and the!
rIM mn retained. i
-More Income Nprileil,
"T'-e most hopeful way to ndiice the
il ' astialty list of American rail
a5s. "Is to peimlt the roads to
e tueir wooden cars with steel and
oi ier Impiovements as the progress
age dtmands. All of these thluv-s
n i lie aggiegate Immense sums of
t"'i n that would make It im
- f n tlie railroads to command this
wo.ild lie a profound mlsfortun"
fn: i ie whole nation."
I award is retroactive to October 1
' s Mar and will be In force for a
n f'om that time. It will then con-'
n.' in force like a tegular agreement'
,te'. a month's notice Is given by cither,
" ' ' a deslie to change or end It. The
K Uailroad was not rf presented In the I
'bilr.itlnn. but agreed to abide by the
'"I Light or nine othrr roads were j
i i nn si nted, but are expected to ac
pt the tonditlons.
Iletiills iif I lie Atvnril.
T demiinds of the etnplo.vees were
'' ' i" a seiles of artlcleH, The award
up th" articles In their older.
' article A the demat.tla were a.'
''iov.k on tuns of Ur, miles per day or
- th- pav of passenger conductor on1
-tan, or . l-ctrle trains was to he S.90
"'a per mile; baggagemen, 1,I7 ce;its
,'i mile flagmen or rear brakeinen, 1.80
- ,". inn,- ninntintii, ,,s crmn pel
awaid was: For passenger
- , nun i nun- , .if-ainv.int l ut,
i , tors oi ticket collectors, i',3 cents
i1 nil", baggagemen, l.fl!i
n 1 all llagmcu mid rear
' ' ' nts per mile, nnd bral
" ' s per mile.
' nitli'le It It was demanded that on
of Icbs than 1.", inlltH per day tho
i i of passenger conductors was to be
l ' tier day. baggagemen. $"90 per
,s) llagnuii nr rear brakemen, $2.80 per
i' . and brnkemiti, $2,70 ;icr day. '
' be award In this case gives passenger
iiiKiiirtois $l,r,0 per day; assistant con -
tins and ticket collectors, J.1.57 per
on, . bauitacemen. I2.7S tier dav: resu -
th d, signaled Magnum or rear brake -
men J'J tiO per day, and brakumen, 32.66
v I icle c demanded for passenger train-
-n on rho-t turn mound runs, no single'
i of which liceeds eight lnil"s, ovci-
ims for all time In excess of eight houiN
CHnw(i on Fourth i'lipe. -
ANTI-SULZER MEASURE FAILS.
fthl in nil SoiirIiI Vrimeeullon
Al.u.v.Nv, Nov Id, Louis Cuvllller. re
cently defeated for reelection, liitrottucr.l
ii resolution in die Assembly to-night call
Imij mi tli,. Attot iicy-C.enernl to p1ac
charges against e.x-l!uv Kulzcr before tlio
Grand Jury of Albany rounty and to
prefer dlsb.ii incut charges against hint
Willi the .state Hjr Association
Mr Cuvilllei's chutgex were baaed im
Kulzer's Inituietlons to Itutir.ni W. 1'tek
to rnnimtt ttrjllr . his appeals to Allan
Itynti, his request of Unity W. Mnr
genthau to "be (any with him.' his asper
sions on tlio Court of Appeals and his
scheme to not Stllwill to confess
Mr Cuvllller tried to get unanimous
consent for tin consideration of bin reso
lution, but Majority Leader Anion .1
Levy objected and tin ieolutlon was
returned to Mr Cuvllller
PINDELL NOMINATION HELD UP.
line teur Diplomat's .Name l)irn'
l.n to Senate, ns I'lnnneil.
Wvmunuto.v No. 10. Tlio nomina
tion of Henry M. Plhdell us Ambassador
to llussli, illd not go to the Senate to-day.
'rile President hint week Intended to
semi ii in io-iiay aim secretary or Mine
jllrv.in bad Indorse .1 It and had forwutdod
! tli.- iiomlnatton to tbe White House, but
Ham Lewis letter apparently has
'upset the pot of dlplomntle beans and
j spoiled the chances of the Illinois editor.
uriiewn im- i ii.-.-oi n ................
' maue inqinrie in regaro u. . mm-,, t
""I1"'"1 ee.inv II, n.ii-i-n.ih
NEW RULE IN THEATRE
MAKES MITCHEL STAND
Mrs. Ilelmont Hrnlif Aside
' .M.inilnle Aiiiiiiiiit Late Ar
rivals: Hets Seat.
, (-lty College. Mr. and Mrs. William Kil-
Mts t. II. P H.linot,t and Mdoi-electl'0 Mo.gan. Heniy P Davison. Mrr.
Mitch. I w.re among tbe late arrivals at J:"'",! -s Cuhman and James T.ilcott
the New Amsterdam Theatie at the open-1 In his speech Mr. Perkins outbned the
lug performance of "Th, Little Cafe' last put pose or tne camnnirr
night who encountered the lule that had "I have been associated rlth tlio Y. M
been advertised In the newspapers-
To-night curtain Sin sharp. Late
I'at'd tlllt'l tlie nd or the
el stood dllllng tlie eld. It I'll :U
li.-linont did not
-lie goi her
seat, lint Ml-, Inez. .Mllbnlland Itois-sf
vain, also n sulfiagi-t. remained stundlug
William Itiindolpli Hearst arrived jiisi
befoie the cut tain went up. He was j
seated. Just .ia the turtatu ascended. Mr (
Mllchel, a.comp.-.n.vlng Mis. Hearst.
emeieii a.ni louno u.e oatio.r . .iimu. i
Mr. Mitch, 1 smiled ealinlv and oald com.
thing quietl) to "Mrs. Hearst. X shott
distance awn was .Mrs. Walter Lewitolui
Then aipared Mr and Mr. William'
(iiiggeiiheim and .Mr. and Mis Hair :
The ciowd whs fat gfltlii-i.il,; when
Mrs. Helimint with Mi-. It.ilsvvaii, ar
rived Mis livlinuut could not tindeibtnud
the reason for tb tbiotig and made her'
vvn qulttly to the h,a,l of tlie aisle where
Mrs lleai.st and Mr. Mltchil were stand-
II 'I'l... ., t... ..j tllu .111.,
,,i.. til,- iiiv.iii.il. ii,- ,.
she stepped forward, pas-ed Ilie usher :
walked to her seat.
llnl-evaln remained behind.
I moment Willi .vn. .vuicuei, nieni
turned to listen to the pet forma nee.
.Meanwhile mote p.isons enter. 1 the I
theat.e. Many of the best i-.at. In tne!
theatre weie vacant. Th-atregoei s weld
standing eight deep at the tear of the 1
playhouse iiieie was nuich grumbling
Thete wne deniands for the manager,
c&mplalnts in ushet- and much nngiy
The Hist act was not over until !'.l.",.
Tin n those
folced to wnlt were usheii d
to th"lt seats
HEARD MURDER CRY ON PHONE.
I'lll ls rolla-P Wi re I ll ll.le III liel
ii m lie r From Comnany.'
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Nj.-n.if UM, h,.,ul, I; mi. iv
P.viiis, Nov 10. The Paris iitillce aie
Investigating the mystery which points
to the murder of a woman and em-
phaslzes the notorious slovenliness of the
The tonclerge of a bouse in the rue
Mlrhel-Ange at Passy lieatd the tele
phone lull ling on October 2T. Plating
tlie iiciver to her
ear she heard , rles
In a woman's voice of "Murder!" and
"Help"' The concletge called a police
man, who listened to th" same cries mid
then trlid to obtain from thu telephone
lompany the number of tlio telephone at
the other end of the wile. The officials
declined tu give the information.
When the company was rorceii to snow
Its books so that tile call might lie traced
It was found that the records were hide.
It was foi
PLANS OCEAN TO OCEAN SWIM.
Alfred Hrimn Will Try .1
of I'niinnm Canal.
Commodore A.f.ed Hrown of Co.lege
Point has sailed for Panuma.
. irv in swim through the canal, a distance
, . . . ...It....
- f forl;"11 L ' S irv , Mri!
"warn from the Hatter to Hanu Jtok.
He will arrive at Panama on November
19 wl" wn-11 lno ,e"1 " ,t,v
TTITT1 ON VH KlliMTt,K TU MJVJS U V r,K,.
i it 11 ., --
con-i,,,, llvo r,.Br fre.T IVrUheel
i When linle Wrecked Ship.
,i,.v, xii..i. vv m Vn dnnbt
the greatest lake tragedy of the present
,ear has occurred In Lake Huron us n
...,.int lo'iio tnti-edv of the nrrsent
result of the terrible gale which prevailed
nil Hutiday night. About eight miles
north of here a big ateel freighter haa
turned turtle and It l presumed that every
, member of her crew has gone lo the
Just what boat it Is Is not known. The
vessel Is a steel freighter, one of the
1 modern types, about B00 feet long, Her
stem Is submerged and her bow protrudes
1 about eighteen feet Into the air, Abeuit
1 Hit) feet of the vessel Is vislbln Irom the I
I shore. Asld from thin nothing more can I
ue icai iit-t,
Tbe gale of r!un.la reduced the life
saving boalbot.He to wicckagc and with
It iut all of the lite bonis in service
hetv. J'ui' tills reason capt. Plough could
not man a boat this afternoon and so to
lb aMlktance ot the vessel.
HALF RAISED NOW IN
Announcement .Mntle nt Dinner
Last Ni t:lil.
KOCKKFKLLKK IIKADS LIST
I'crsoiinl Appenls to Bp Mini" liy
Volunteer Army of
Tne to weeks campaign of tbe Young
Women's and Young Men's Christian as
sociations to rale H, 000,000 got a big
boost last night by tbe announcement at
a dinner In tbe Hotel Astor to the Joint
committee wotkers that Jl,!iSti,34fi already
has been subscribed. Of this sum more
than half Is conditional upon the whole
Jt.unO.OOO being secured. Organized work
The heaviest contributor so far is .lohu
1). Rockefeller. J3j0,n00. -Mrs. Wlllard
I. Straight gives jr.iio.ooo, Cleveland II.
u0,iKl., j 250.O00 ; ; Miss C. race IJodge. i:r,o, -
m am, Mrq VMfy hear), ,,(.,Pn
j (Joul,), :00,00O.
, Clocks on the Metropolitan tower, at
j :5 Hroad street and at 125t!i sttcet and
I Seventh avenue will register the growth
' of the fund from day to da. Three-
quarters of the entlte amount will go
to the V W
V M. C. A.
C A and a fourth to the j
t the spe.iUets" table last night lleorge
W. Perkins, who heads the committee In
charge of the collection of funds, acted)
1 an toastmasU-r. About him were MHs
lirace H, I)olge, Chailes s. Ward. .Mrs.
Charles H, Alexander, Ucorge Sherwood
Kddy, John 11. Klnle, former head of the
C A. ctuveuient slne boyhoo'" h. f,.ild
l know where It touches the cil, wli
lit touches the coiintty, where It touches I
I the factor, the mill and the railroad, and
' it is the efficient' of its work tint most
j strjtigly uppeals to me. it Is the tup ol
coffee taken to the mill worker in taei
'middle of a cold, aloiinv night: il Is tne
readl'.g loum next tu the stullon
rnglneer who Is waiting for his iti.i, It
lK tllH B IIIIIMUII,, the bowling alley in
the crowded city; It l the stenographic
trnlultiR for the child, tho chauffeurs
trjit,itlst f0l. n, ,,in, , otllor worijK, t
is the extending of piactlcal help to the
practical problems of everyday life."
Charles S. Ward, illiectoi-general of the
lollectinti foices. sptiku directly to the
men and VMtnieti win, nie tu do the wot I;.
Tile inline Is nit raised 111 a Iuium
to house canvass," h,. r-.i ,. "Tli.it would
lack effectiveness as well as dignity. It
!-i ulil.illio.l by till r-ct petsonal appeals
to the owneis of "O.OCO names which
have h,cn toinplled with great cue from
knowietlRC of the llbei.il nature.-, they
"wiii.ii, e, e, mail w,i,
Is appioacbed with a inpu-st for a con-
' " ;ne or ne ,"
reputed to b nterestM, .1 n.itv ,r
. .1),..,,.. l. !.,. ....-I. ..t ...i .
.. .... .,. ,. , .
associations or else to be a getietotis
' "e us, oi suo-cn.iers giv.i. mil ,,t
Join, 1 lt,, kef-ll--r
.Vlr. tVlllard l Slrslslit
f'l'telntid II UndKe
Ml Or.it- II D iilg . ,
I Alio minis (lady fr.enu i
i Mrs, I'lnlev J Shrpuid illel,i M
Mri". VVnilmil Dmlglus SUm
Mrs. 1' M Mils .lames
Julius It'isenwnlit of fhlr.iKi, . . .
Mrs. Ciatetife M Hyde.. .
,.- Ul.i.li.n t' 1
i..,', ,lr,i i u,b...
; Mis. Iluinllton MrK. Twint,l.,
i Mrs. .lohu Krentii and funillv
Mr .,llU Mr,, Xvilll, IVIluwe,
Hubert S. Hr, wier
to on i,
Mrs. Moirl K. ,lpup
Mis- Klfitntir de firaff fnvl-r
Mrs. Charles It Senft
Mrs Charles It. A It-xh nil . i
I Andrew lattieKI-
Mrs. HilloU K Mil pard .
Mr. and Mrs It. Kiillon Cnltlnie
Mlss Msry M. Itnberlr
Thomas A, Ittirkner
Anoymoti. ,. . ..
Mrs. VVUllnni (.iiiiiii, 1 1. 1. urn. ,
tr. w, i:. s. iiiisttoiii
Mis, Utilise Illumenthul .....
Mrs. liussell Sage
J cilUert Colgate
! Mr. William II. Iilln
I tteorge T llrokuw
fmnea II. Ford
, Mrs. Samuel t. Ilrnwn
I llnnyrr Clarkson .
.Vlorllnif r M. Hlngrr , . .
Mrs. Percy II. (stew art
I I"-'; '
mi,, Annie It. Jennings
t,.. Vt'Ollo.n f llnMllltlM,
Mrs! I ranesa H. Welles (It-cat-')
Coopr ,.whl. .,,
r Wllla m II, Moor.
T. Ueadquat tera for the campaign was
opened yesterday at 2.'. Ilroad street. The
system has been worked out hy Charleii
' u xx'nr.l inenihnr of the Y. M C A.
.,. - - -
!,. .,,!, ,., I ri,iiilMi.M !,il il Mnei'lullut
' , ,is sort of work, (leorge W. Per-
klni as chairman of the executive
i committee will have under him Hie catn-
' palgn con
palim committee of 1,000 workers. Mr
Perkins deals directly with ten bean, of
committees m r ..,1.. ,,,ry neui
Wltn leu lieattn euei, t,i cininaiMu it-itiiin.
TIDE CUTS ATLANTIC CITY BEACH
Hurried Work lien tin on .Irtlleii lo
!sivc HnthlnK Oronnda.
Ati.antio Citv, X, .1., Nov, 10, Tlie
high tldrn to-tlay haltered the pavilions,
undermined the Hoard-walk and cut down
the beach eight feet below the old level
betwes'ii Tennessee and North Carolina
avennef. This is the most popular Path
. ., ,.-, ,,,. ,,, ,.,,
....cessnrv lo si-nt bull c two
n&r, pnln.a lain th,"
af tfriinon to have th" bathing giounds,
-,0 water at high tide sweepn ninlcr tlie
lloardwalk, where there wuh formcily from
I fifty to venty-Uv feci of beach.'
HOUSE'S GIFT TO BE NECKLACE.
Considered lit rr I hlliK From Kettles
In Hlnmtiiiils, fit Vlnun.
Wash i.vutoN. Nov 10. -Miss Jessie
Wilson, the prospective) White House,
bride, will receive a diamond necklace
with a Jewelled lavalllero from members
of the House, of ltepresetitattves, A de
cision to this effect was reached to
day by members appointed to select a
The committee had .i louif conference.
I ...I.I, I. ....... 1... IIUU llu.lAl'lel,,
Clark, (laughter of tbe Speaker. Miss
Clark submitted a basketful of designs
of presents, ranging from articles of per
sonal adornment to household equipment.
"We considered everj thing from ket
tles to diamonds and finally decided that
an article of adornment w ould be the most
I suitable form of gift," said H"pre
1 sentatlve Mann, chairman of the com
DIDN'T DOMINATE J. P. MORGAN.
Mellen Denies Tlint He ll
( oetel lliislfin i:tented.
ftosTo.v, Nov, 10 "It's a damned lie. I
never wantcil the Hoston elevated rail
road, never considered sU'di a thing or
made any plans toward that end," de
clared Charles P. Mellen, foimer presi
dent of the New Haven road when In
formed to-day over the telephone that
Boston men charged that Instead of the
trolley Interests opening war upon him
he had tired the Ilrst gun by seeking to
control the entire trolley business of New
Kngland. and In reality dominated .1. P
Morgan Instead of being eoiitiolh-d by
' 1 was too poor to touch the Hoston
elevated, as those telling that story must
know. l-'urtbermore I would not take
that toav' as a gift." t.aiil Mr. Mellen.
"1 iieer tveu ronsldeteil taking over the
Hoston and Worcester eithir. The story
that 1 dominated Morgan Is ildlculous.
Those who knew .Mr .Moiguu win appre
ciate that such tall, will have to be taken
with a good maiiv grains of allowance.
"I never dominated Mr, Moigan. No-
bod donilnated him, Mr. Mellen added.
WAHlltNOTOK, Nov IO - It is llkelv
il.ut th- chari.vs made by former Presl-
dent Mellen of the New Haven llailroad
will I. ,ul to an Investigation b a Con-
Kress committee. Then were Indications ,
to-day that m. tubers flom New Knglan l j
,e P.epnrmg to ""
tin- f.iit In the Mellen dlsclosutis,
PARALYZED IN CHURCH,
SHE PRAYS 14 HOURfe
., , ,,
r, i!..ietl ll re. pur .xim iivwm m-i
Condition I "til Taint
Ham, ih Moran. a e.imtiess, 50 vea-s
old. Willi no relatives in this country,
went from her Pttle furnl-li'd room at 3C1
West Thirtieth lreet to the Church ot m
John tlie Hapti-t .-I, only i.efore 7 o tlu, it
.vesterdiv morning to l-gln tier dav wl'li
religious diMiuoii. as .-he d',av had
Scon af'er ue kin It In a pew she was
stricken with parals. Altitun-tit -ne
could not ti-e she did not summon aid
Instead s,e continued witli her beads ,,nd
ltrollier Anselin. in t liaise of the
sucrlslv. saw h-T wh.n she enteied, saw
her at M n'.'iock and left her there at
njoti When be leturmd la' r In 'be
ifternotiti she was still pr.,lng tin re
He thought sic li.nl eoii" out In th" mean
time and had letuined The char, h is
alwa open in th" daytime and many
come to piav, sonic of tlietn f.u hours.
Itrother V. P Mailln addiesst-d the
iiilrd O'der of the Ht lto-e Society in Un
church last nlgnt on the feast of ,t
Martin, which Is obseived to-day
When Ih" s-rvi is weie ended at '.i
o'cloiU some of the hundl'ds of women
prt sen; stw Hannah .Moian .'till ti.Miig to
pra. but very weak. They ss,ke to her
and then spoke to Itrother Mattln He
found she was faint from hunger. Pood
was hi might ftom the tectory and then
an atnbulanre was called from the New
Mlts Mor.tn told the ambulance Miiueou
thai she felt the sli.n p pains in her les
soon after sh knelt Whin she tiled to
aii-e she could not. Helleving that
pni.ter would help her she hid returned
to iiei devotions and had tontmued them
for font tern hoii", until liutnei and
tveakne-s had compelled her io level ner
condition to tne women of the society who
bad questioned her
At the hospital It is believed that -he
may be able to walk again
MERCURY TABLETS MADE SAFE.
Harmless Taken Internal!?. When
I'repnrt'il hy .New- Melhoil,
WasiiiniitoN, Nov in Hen I!. New
...mill of this city has discovered a new
method of piepaiing bichloride of mercury
tablets which he contends will prevent
accidental deaths from this poison. Ml.
Newcnmb said :
"Tim new discover provld, s a prophy
lactic manner of preparing poisons such
as blchlotlde of mercury so that when
taken Internally no haimful tesnlts will
F.xpeilmeuls recently proved th" cm
clency of the prophylactic In warding oh
the disastrous itsults of the poison. The
preparation Is applicable lo many other
poisons and cleaning iigenls.
Mr. Newcnmb, who Is 211 yeais old and
who began the study of mercurial poison
In? over a year ago, Is from Hol.voke,
Mass., Is a fotmcr student of Vain Univer
sity and now Is attending the National
Law School lieie.
MORE BURGLARS AT ARDSLEY.
Illscovereil In Allempl lo Knler the
Wood lloine l.nst Mghl.
Ariihi.ev, X. V., Nov. in,- Ah Mis. Ar
thur King Wood was piepaiing lo retire
lo-nlght she saw a man with a revolver
on the poich. She screamed nnd ran
Into the hall to telephone to the police,
Ah she did ho "h" saw another man,
evidently on guard to warn his partner
In cane of trouble. Mrs. Wood heard
the man Jump off the porch n she called
the police, llnth the Irvliiglou and Uobbs
Fctty departments lespomlcd, hut no j
linen of tho nirtl was found
Thit. attempted uibber.v following so
i lowly on Ihe attempt nt tho (icndculn
hum" Friday night has fiighlencd the
J ict1dut thoroughly.
HUERTA MUST GO, WILSON INSISTS;
GREAT BRITAIN WON'T SAVE HIM
ViemitT Asqtiilh Publicly
Declares No Antagonism
to I. S. Policy.
XO TlXfiK OF F1U( TION"
Britain Merely IJecoonieil,
lluerla as President
31 A V OHOr 1IJM LATKU
(iovernmeiit Follows Tradi-'
tionnl Hespeet of the ,
FILL FAITH IX AMKItK'A
Will l'roteet Lives
Property of Brit
i li Sillijeets.
, til i itllr frpitrtt to Thk S
I.omi-vs, Nov. II Kmphatle ib-ni.il
tv.w given by Ptf tnler A.sqtilth laM ev -
Itllm. t,. -.,,, tu tl.f lltorn 1 1 ,a u l.nn f.l...
- " -
tlnn between Clrtnt Hiltnln and tbe
I'nlted Slates nv er the policy adopted by
, Wnsliuutoit Admlulsttatlon in the
Speaking at the Lord Mnvor's banqiiet
,in the tlulldhall the Premier, after sav
ng that civil vvnr continues In Mexico
and tiuit the I'oiuinerilal Intetests of
rent Hrllain call for vlellaiit care.
"'I'llere never Iihs lien nml cnil-
""' urlln f pxllili-Ht l-
.. ... M,
lerv eiillon mi I lie pari of (irrnl
llrlmln In the Hnnieallc t'lini-crii nC
tleKlcn nr of cin Central nr Nunlli
Aiiierlemi Male. '
"It Is no pari f our rliclil or ilul
in ibut pan of Hie world prevent
rev olntlon or In preeltiile, roiiim! or
evi'ii put a Mop In civil vvnr. 'I lir
lltmnsl we en, I ex,eel In ill, Is Kite
wliHiever prttit'i'linn is nossinie nil
er ,., I , nt .,rKeo, gee.
.No viitiiKonl.n, in Vioerlcn.
r" r """ ,-r
some iiunrlrrs IIm I nt
vt I, en the I tilled Males
II f II. own In reunrd lo Xlexleo'ls a lotltlim visit, which the heads of
we have enlereil upon n new- depar
ture In itilla ilelll,ernlrl , or If mil
ilt lll,i-r,ttel nl any rnle opposed In
Inc. I.. I ha I of tlv I nUeel Male, and,
caleillnteil hi rdlnalj. There Is no
of foil nd Hit Inn
"1)11 Maiili 31 of this year, befoie
the pt.s'nt Administration of
I'nltetl Statt-M had made or had even had
an oppot tiiiuty of majdng any declara
tion of polh'.v. his Majesty's (Jovern
tncnl recognised Huerta as President nd
Interim. We did so because we were
hound In deal with him as we should
in the case of any Central or South
American State, whatsoever was nt the
time the de facto government, uml tn'
cording to information then In our pos
session then- appeared tu be no element
except lliietta and his supporters which
offered any piuspect for the lestoration
of htablllly and unlet .
"That was on March 31 ,-r.v shoitly
afterward, In answer to our Inquiries,
we were Infurnied by tlie tioverntnent
of the I'nlted States that us regards
the recognition of Ilucrta no ilellnltc
answer could be given except that they
would wait some time longer before
.No ('limine of I'ollt'.
"Since then there haa been no new
departure, no change of policy of any
kind em the part of his MaJestyV (lov
ernmeiit. "Wo have the right to assume, and
moat gladly do, that In whatever policy
the Cnlteti States may ndopt they have
regard to the Icgltlmute foreign com
mercial InlcrcHtH In Mexico as well as
"Hetwcen the United State's and our
selves there lino been from time to time
nn exchange of views without the leoat
tinge of friction upon either aide nnd
with the most perfect cordiality.
"Our diplomatic relation with the
I'nlted States have alwuya been such
that with tho freest and frankest dis
cussion of ma tiers that from time to
time allse wo both fecl tho fullest uu
Ntirance that nothing fan disturb our
common resolve to obtain and maintain
a friendly and sympathetic, understand
ing." Tine Sun has authority from the high
est American sources here confirming
Premier AHnulth'H Htatcment rcgurdlng
tho ceirdlnllty of existing relations. lie
ports to the contrary received hero from
New York are treated as absurd.
.Meanwhile, m far ns the Hrltlsh For-
elgti Office s concerned, the situation Ih
not altered. Tuts Bun lentns that Great
Britain docs not Intend to withdraw
I "lerbert 1 1. Asquith
Premier of Orect Iirltain, who define lii
(joverninctn's Mexican policy
Day's Developments 1
in Mexican Situation
I'rrtnicr .sitiilli. in a speech al
(iuilrfhall. declared that Hie ltriti-Ii
(lot tiitnuiil i not follow iiiK a poliry
antiiKonislif In that of the t nitcil
Slates in dealing; vvilh .Mexico.
Ilitcrla was rciOKllieel only as
"resident ail interim before any ac
tion u as lultcn hy WaslihiKton.
The I'rcinirr fiirtlief eniphasi7i'il
the point that tirint Britain has not
departed from the traditional polity
of not inlcrfi riti' with the donicstlc
alhiirs of Latin Aiucriian repnlilics.
litiertH must n is the Itt-jnote iif
'resident Wilim's poliiy. He is
relying mi tlie I'luvers to shut off
all flnanrial support of the lltiertii
"Ilucrta will (onlintie tu rule" is
the answer made liy the Mexican '
, Foreign Minister at the direction of
the pro . isiollal lecogtlitioil nf Illlerld
1 i, p., i.i t,-,i.... i,.,.. .......... in,,.
iiiiiii , it.E-it.,e,ii n n- i- v.,.,,..,
'acted Ins tiro-i amine, al which Ulrle
"" "t..tl.m will bo re.'s,,lered
In the light nf that programme.
I AtnhaMidor Page has an engagement
with Sir lalvvard Crcy, th" 1'orelgn
.-'errctar. for Tuesday and Wclne.-ilay.
iali wim,, ,. American Cutl-assy
tr.Mng to creaic the impression that this
1 foieign missions pay to the Foreign if-
!tlce. there i- n strong belief here, re-
! enforo'.v.l t.v carne-t hope In offu l ,1
',,i,n,,..eU in,., ii... ..,..ntl,,.. I- fur ,l,
, of ,onm,n ,1,,, U.'tml.- of
N, , ., Wilson'.s in ocrainrne tu the
Hrltlsh iiov eminent,
Thk Si N Is able to deny authorita
tively tlie tumor that Lotd Oowdr.ty
jor ant body else in Kngland is financing
llui'ita over his trouble. In financial
circles heie this Idea is laughed at.
It was said to-tlay that this rumor
is probahly an echo of the leport gen
erally believed at the time that the
Cmvdruy interests advanced a million
dollars to Ilucrta last spring.
The V'.'nu't, commenting on the speech
of Premier As,uitli on the Mexican
"The Premier expressed the real mind
and purpose of this country. Oood gov
ernment In Mexico Is of real and su
preme Importance' to America. It is not
any direct concern of Great Urltain
at all and there will be no desire hero
to cavil with any steps tlie Wilson
Government may think necessary to
The morning papers prim a brief
news ngeucv statement tt, the effect
that the Hrltlsh Foreign Oltteo it
eelved a table message ftom Washing
ton Yesterday outlining the policy of
the I'nltetl Slates in tho event of Gen,
Huert.i's continuing his present atti
tude, and that the message Is being
The, Mexico city cot respondent of the
Daily Mail says panic has seized tho
holders of national bank notes and that
all the banks nrn besieged by persons
demanding that the bills be redeemed In
silver, tie ndds that many Mexicans
believe lite financial stringency, which Is
the key to thtt situation, cannot ho over
come without recognition by the I'nlted
RETIRE, DIAZ TELLS HUERTA.
Former Mexican President Artvlaea
step lo Avert Calamity.
Paiiis, Noy, 10, len. J'orfirlo Wlaz Is
Mild to have advised (Jen. Vlctorlano
Huerta to resign front the Presidency of
Mexico. Two of his friends, acting sepu
rately and authotlzed hy the. former
President, sut telegrams to this effect to
den. Huerta last week,
In outlining tils views Gen. Diaz said
thnt In the present situation of tho Mexi
can people In relation to the United States
It was not n question of whether liuerta
was the best man for tho Presidency, nor
was It a question of whether the revolu
tionists weru right or wrong. It was a
question of patriotism, tie counselled
Gen. Huerta to renounce any feelings of
personal prestige or power and thus sav
Mexico from a calamity,
Harvard er (Ivfnrd ths luteal ftnl't nr
hall ruund tvilmi'i, Hprnrfr'a, 7 Malrien
l'resi(leiit Will Try Vari
ous Kxpedicnts Before
'OXK IXCU'DFS I'OWKI.'S
Hopes io Solidify Tlii-m Inlo
Den i 1 1 1 ' llneria Finan
snpiciiiiic.. of l'nii"il States
in Tin's l!cii!ip!ii'i'c !n
l it I! l,i: MN(i Sl IM'ltlf !'
Slie l .Moving' In Sloji Lon
W liieh re liein- Mmle
Wtstit Miri,. Nov. 10 It ;s . -
llnW In (,IV'e IHlll'Oiitnt IV el'- fn"
(list Hint .some nf th" iletnlls nf
Adtiilulsti.ituin's M"m, an pull,
llnertji must uu,
'I'linl Is ill,, nitiillelfilili ilerel-tiil-liallnli
of l'reslit,.,, Wilson nml hi.
' nil 1 sers,
IIimv llils ilinsl illrlli'lllt Itlltl tllill
ui'i'iius liisl. can Iii iiei'iiiniiHshetl la
a iiiiitlei el In lie worked nut.
Willi this ilelerinlniilinn ns llir
luisls of Ilie Preslili'iiCs ,,ilti,
IfilertlCs iirls n llellil of the Vlexl
en n (iov ern me nt will nnl lie ret'tm
illseil h the I lilted Stales, nor will
this fio eriiiiient reenitnlre itn mis
of Ilie Mexican t'oimress almil to lie
called Into lieliiH.
I lluerln haM been Infnrriu-.l nf Hits
ileterinlnHllein anil an also linvt lite
I'liropellii Miiel other l.overii men ts
linxlog Inleresls lit Vtmlco,
Vii ii,,,.- Limit s,..
Nil tlllle llttllt, liOVVeVt !'. ll.ls
! I'V th.s . hn erninciit for the r.iitei,
f '-"".in. no thteu. of fin.c ,, -ne
( event of his f.ilKne tn Meld has ln.it
I coin evt il to hint.
I These facts, aiilhot Ital Iv el.v anno inced
' , ,,. rone.snundeiits In Wnsliini. -
ls!h.ivi. N..w(, , ,.;,.,. tll(. ., ,
I hero renal ding ''u' -Mexican .situation.
but they have not altered the serin'. s
! " ol ""- "l """"
1 Administration now fln.ls itser
I President Wilson nml Ills nil.. si is
! hav e failed to men f H.leita b i.m,.,!
suasion and ate now face to face w p h
tbe unpleasant duty of being obliged to
decide upon a rout. so of action for I i.s
elimination by some oilier means.
Kvldence gathcritl from man;, souieea
to-day indicated thai President Wilson
Is still determined to avail himself of
every possible expedient before tliliill
to actual Intervention by I'nlted States
troops. It seems certain now thnt li
will ulso try other lines of tit linn In -fore
bitggestlng even the lifting of th
embargo on arms and ammunition alone
the Mexican bordei.
Ilopra lo Mini Out Supplies.
The President's sole hope before tt
sortlng to either of theso two s
pedients seems to bo a po.-slble
acquiescence In this Govet nturnt
policy by all the F.ui'openu Powers nnd
a shutting off at the source ef all tlnan
cial supplies for tlie Mexican ellctutoi If
this can bo brought about Athnlnlstta
tlon ofllclals believe thnt Ilucrta will b-
obliged to yield.
Conferences that Secretary llryan has
been holding for two or three day.s with
representatives of foreign Governments
lend strength to tho belief that this
Government has hopes In this direction
Among the diplomats received hy Set -retary
llryan to-day were the Ministers
from these Central Amerlcnn Govern
ment:!' Guatemala, Honduras, Naur
aguu, Costa Hlca and Panama. These
diplomats xislted the State Ilopni tment
In a Isidy.
Mexico was the subject illi ussml
but Secretary llryan dceilned tn s in'"
details lveyond saying that the matter
under consideration was something of
The fact that representatives nf Cen
Hal American Governments had been
received In a body nnd not individually
ns has been tho cuso with other dlpln
mats. Immediately led to a surmise of
tho possibility of homo plan of action
on tho part of tho United States which
mlgltl publicly be supported by those.
An appeal of this character to l!urr.i
would have tho effect of centring tho
sentiment of practically nil nf thn re
publics north of tlie Panama Canal on
Why Conference Was Called,
It was the general Impression In .t'
InKton, however, that such a mote would
bo veiy unlikely and that Secietary Uryajft
In e.tllln the Contra) Aaarlran diplomat.