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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
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Fair and warmer to-dgit fair jqgmorrow;
Detailed wetihcr repwnitBKe fofv oaracc I.).
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1913. copyright. i, ,v mnmp .. .,t,H.iM,. x.ocnfo,i.
IN MAIL STRIKE
I 11 ion Leaders Arc
nlcd oh Conspiracy
HH!K NVAKUAXTS OUT
Winioscs Say Plans Were
Jliiilc In Blow Y) "Wagons
KM'I.OSIVKS IN A IIAIiIj
( ntiiii if urs Assert, i ney v-ere
Foreetl to Walk Out Aid
I'. S. Officials
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nil ers and prominent members of
al union that has been leading the
f malt wagon chauffeurs were ar-
tsted jcaierilay by deputy United Statei
trar-' ,il , atnonK whom were members of
th- ai Itself.
T .e riiar-'e. whlrh was made by a post
ill, r .nspoctor, Is conspiracy to obstruct I
.novement and operation of the United
statt- mall. Conviction carries with It a
n a. limit as $10.00U and Iniprlsonm-nl
tnr ! e.rs.
T.e union members who acted as dip-
in t'nited States marshals did hi. they
.iffcrted. because the present strike wa
rnt 'fly unauthorized, because they ale
. pposert to It and because they are pre
itnfi from workltm by Intimidation.
Th names were withheld by Marshal
liirfrf.s linnti which the Warr.1 Ills !
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s.oner Shields ate sensational. It Is al
ied that not only was there a conspiracy
;o p:evmt thepassliiK of mall transfer
.uteniobile through tic
streets but also i
iif dn.nnlte was exhibited at strike
. ...inn jrter which, it was asserted, would
- mid to blow un waKons. the R.irace of
1 company that has the
c 1 act and to kill Joseph
T.-nIcnt of the company. I
I the season haw 1 n notllbd bv cable1 Kvery year they hold nuclhiKs at wbl.-h
I rilcrnl OHIci-rn Thrr.tfiirH. wMi eopl(.H of Uw cortiIJClltt. of ,,h tln -eel: to lift th- piejudlces aLMlt.st
KiViilemcntlnR these charges aw other . -uchiteet and engineers certifying to the j I'.itnolli'n-ni ami Rain comi.ts. Their ie
tate.ncnts which show that Assistant lnllo,siiiilty of the completion of the 1 1 ivals aie neld all over the counii.i
'n led States Attorney Stanton, who has jtl uctim- befoie Jiiiiu.it IS. Inasmucn ; Last sprint durini; one of these m-et-
en workinR on the case, bus been threat- as a 4.otltracts contain cl.uisus which tn-.'s here In the I'aullst ('hutch Mis.
nnl with iKidlly Injury or death hy cei- , permit deferilng of a season in .1 casc'Milbank heard an eloquent apinal to nor.
'.1 11 men now In trouble or shortly to be : j,, tjli ,10 entanglements can occur. Catholics, which Intliienci-d hn i that
n 'rouble, and a further statement that) -The small nnny of scenic artists, cos-j she etiteied one o..tne classes cstibllh-d
tie Culled tat Government will not ' tdmer .iTid property makers will proceed . ,j the prlt-ts
.mlt any further Inteiference with It" . wltli their uork In th atfller on Fort.i-.
If It bus to arte.-t every one of the ,,.v.nlh street, and chorus rehearsals will, runtilr to lllssiinde Her.
J" members of the union. I continue until tile opcnlnK of the house In Ann- seme months of inquir) 1. de-
Tic men arrested yesterday and held 1 January, when the season of urand opeia sue to become a Catholic was sitonsei
n $:-.00o ball for further hearlna by Com- j:tlK"sh will beKln 1 than ever, and her husband could not
11 s-mier Shields are: J "The law eonthiKcncy of aitlsts al- j ais.su.11le her ftom bet purpose.
"Vt.itltV. I.OUIf. ax-president of Local SIT l
ot the liiterniitlimal Hrotherhood of ,
IIVSII.I.IS. M'H.l.IAJI, once a (trlvfr. al-
- nt out na ball on un asuault i-harR".
.-I'jNmjN' l'ATKICK. prmliient of tlie
u' iitiluti, already out un ball on an
, am) chance,
lb Kllllltti, DAVID. actln president of
0 local while Johnton was la trouble.
M .ItATII, tii:oitiii:. tnembr ot the ex-
ULOl'K, Wtl.I.IAM It. member of the e-
More tu He Arrested.
There are twelve or thirteen men )et to
e arr, ncd. amonc them other members
0' 1 he exerutlve committee, men actually
-j.itS of violence, according lo the post
tl-c men, and nun who have threatened
M- Stanton and the man who llourlshid
'in- dynamite, Tne warrants are out for
ie:n all and they will be arrested as fast
a 'ne run h,. tnllnd.
in the meantime the Federal Grand
.1 Is working on the case and In all
. s-1 hood there will be Indictments before
the Jay for hearlns comes round.
T ie United States postal authorities are
i'.'s.ns the case asalnst the men and the
1 . I'.-nation which led to the arrests was
ii.ed by I'ost Olllce Inspector O'llrien.
.. T n,.ra almiit (hi. 1.VH,.-fll Hlllldlllir ICS.
e ii.i. was that immediately after the
1. r e began on the nliht of October -7
n iiost olllco otllcluls either put their
r mo the union or prevailed uixin dls
r'uiitled members to become their agents.
( use 1 Coioulete.
The . use, according to the aulhoiltles,
s minlcte. They have statements whkh
Humlt the olllcers and members of the
e. u'li e committee to a programme which
.I., il fnr vlnlenee In everv case wheio
niial buaslon failed. Among the state
ite its .iru thoe which chaiKe certain men
ir sted .irsterday with giving ordcts that
m. ... .l ...a,tnU nfl.
-e-' niilBL or lattril uu ni nA.'ii" ..-.
' strike began.
'let them off those wagons," It is al
'"d llockber commanded In a public
11.1 t pg, "net them off by persuasion If
' tin, but net them off."
notlicr older was Issued election day:
'E-erv man must go out to-night with a
n n one hand and a rock In the other."
1 another was: "Don't forget to carry
1 r 11 k and use It."
Then comes the dynamite charge, which
iie-iu eiiii-u iiuejiie utiicin uj aiuiui
Wnh, ,o had access lo the strlko'f0 "V"""'. ..." .1 " " ' T
il'iuartors when It was at Twenty
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v'inhiim Is quoted as saying that h"
s ,i... .!.. v.nll ..,......1 n..,..i,...l
.. lie- il.t.-iiiiK ...... .iuiiiiu w. iuwi .
or Hi. In the afternoon when a man i ,n" ,' " ' ' ,.
-and who produced from under ,lU , of the Ilrltlsh army. a. d Is with her hus
h several sticks of dynamite. This j '' Tho gramlniother recently went
s '.o bo u.s.-d, It wm proclaimed. In I1" 1':,,a"d ,(,,brl" ''"''.
1 w'ng up mall wagons, In wrecking thu
!-1 .io of tho Postal Transfer Company
ust Twoiity-flfth street und In blow
ir up Joe Cassldy, who Is an active man
r of the company. This statement, It
i- Uri, was wildly applauded, but 't
I ' not now makii up part of the Gov-
i" iit's case of conspiracy.
' it sttlko of the chauffeur employed
k tin- Postal Transfer Company, which
the lontiart for traiisfcrting umlli.ago, said It would be a cruel shame to
lth cf l-'oiti. second street In Manhat-
ci h,i.!.1,..,Iv thn nl.,t l fie.
' 27 The men ijult their wagons al
Continued on filth Pag.
SAY8 MISSIONS IN JAPAN FAIL
Country U Waltlnir for I nllnrlnn
Trneh"laK, i:llnt Declare".
Huston, Nov. 12 - Dr. Charles W.
F.liot spoke ill dimming Hull to-day nil
thn religious nwnkcnlng I" .1 : ( III
nuilliiira being tlm tnlsslnn.irj i confer
no of Hie American I'nltutinli Asso
ciation "Thinking people 111 Jnpiin," said Or
III lot, ".ire glilng serious consideration
to religion whlfh mentis I Ighti OtIStiefS
In tli.' conduct of life. With tlicin thcr
Is u ilrong. guiding motile to give to
their children tint which will make tlivlr j
nve nonur .iiui tncir inun sure.
He Mil lil hu hail obsirvcd during his
recent tour atound the world that the
missionary teaching of the hint bundled
years has almost no hohl on Ihu Oriental
"We t'nltarlatis," he Kalil, "have been
set free from many ohl doctrines ami It
Ik for up to go to them In answer to
their questions as to what religion sup
piles the right motive for everyday liv
ing. "The soil of .Inpan Is pri pared for us;
our seed Is the kind that will nourish
mill hear fruit. Only !' making the
most of this opportunity to extend the
liberal faith can we he worthy of the
nllKlon which was handid ilown to us by
HAMMERSTE1N HAS TO
CHANGE OPERA PLANS
There Will He Only Operas in
English This Season New
Ot.0. 1 Ilainmerstein anr.ounc d last
night that he had abandoned bis ptopnsed
season of Brand opoia In Krench and
Italian at his new opera house now
butldltifr. in I.exlnston avenue, for tills
season. Op'-rn In Knisll'li. however, will
be Riven at hi" upeia house la Janu
ary Mr. llaiiiiiu-i stein eMilali'.e.i mat tm-
Icoutt pIoceedlliKS now pendliiK bitween
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potiinu i 'ik r.i ii.uti'.wi., "v i-
do with the postponement, nut tu.ii me
decision was broucht about becaun' of
the failure of the contractors to compli te
his tlicatt on schedule time
i.y(0 Andrews, tnasuicr of the inw-
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.,. rxu.,rl"r.y,. sent, and hoves. Ar:.-'i I
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explaining tlie ueiay in ouumne uic opur
, Hnininersteln's statement said.,
...it ,1,,. i-,,,-.,,.:,ii artists eturii-.l for
ready enKim'ed for that p.iltlcuiar purpose)
.iii i,e retained and additions will bo'i,..,
made at once, so as to create an ensemble
artistically. 10 me oecianu.- i
The highest price for the opera In Kng
llsh will lie 12. Grand opeta concerts will
be a feature every Sunday.
HISTORIC SHRUB FOR TRINITY.
It I a PeiiceiulMiit of Joseph ttt Art
l'asscrsby paused tn watcli two of the
Trinity churchyard gardeners yesterday
as they busied themselves In the old
churchyard with .the planting of a tiny
shrub. A shallow hole was first carefully
excavated and hi It was placed the plant,
which to tho lookerson appeared to be
nothing more than a cutting from some
The little plant, however, was sent
from the Abbey of Glastonbury, Somer-1
setshlre, Kugland. and It is a cutting
from a tree or shrub widen in turn is a
true descendant of the famous shrub
known on the Holy Thorn,
The history of this plant dates back to
the year 3 A. !.. and In the story of Its
original planting flgutes the name of
Joseph of Arlmathea. The legend runs
that Joseph, a disciple of St. I'hlllp,
In the year (13 A. D. carried a hawthorn
stick In his hand when he went Into
Great llrltaln and this ho stuck into the
ground. It took root and nourished and
has Hlnce been known as the Holy Thorn.
The llttlo shrub planted hi old Trinity
Is the gift of Walter Sully of Glastonbury,
who sent along with tt an affidavit of th
head gardener of the Abbey of Glaston
bury giving Its pedigree.
HE ESCAPES DEPORTATION.
Illiterate, I'nrriits .Not Atonic,
der 1(1, lint 111- My Irfmd.
Malcolm Clifton Duncan, who has not
yet achieved th" nrt of speaking the
American language, arrived yesterday by
the White Star liner Olympic and was
detained by the Immigration boarding
officeis beciuse he was under K, years of
age and wan unaucompHiiUil hy either
of bis parents.
Under the law, If stiictl enforced,
ilnlMlin n.'.iill litiva tienn entiin.llrl in
, i..,..i,i 1, nnl, .u. i.i
i llois nearly two hours to find (hat Iiq
entitled to land. Tho chief reason
Mh that he wa In charge of his grand
I mother, who N a native American.
Malcolm's mother, who also Is ft native
. . ,,., r.
him thu American tongue, and the ".Star
Spangled Manner." When these, faatn
grad'iall) sifted into the conHuiousnoss of
the Inspectors they retained Malcolm In
charge of his American grandmother, who
was almost on the point of singing "God
Save the King" when the decision was
Imparted lo her.
The grandfather, who was. waiting on
tlie nler for a first gllinpio of his grand-
born In England eiRliteen months
"" H0 naiiusome n '" uc i-.ngiann
I lietoro no nun ..ecu ins iiuuner.
rot, A Ml WA1 VM lIlSKOC.U.MCn FOR
nsllHtoors, Uier tin! Nlomncu troublri, Try III
RECTOR'S WIFE JOINS
heaves l-'ivc riiihlrcn in Home
al Freehold to Killer
X V K It T K I
A YEA II AUO
The llcv. Mr. Miltuuik Unable
to IMviiiiidr Wife. Comes
to Cily With Her.
tt became known yesterday that the i
win of the l!ev. .lidin V. Mllhank, rectorial
of St. l'eter's Kpleopal Cluireh In Kre. I
hold, N. .1.. hail come to this city to enter
the Catholic Church. Mis. Mllbanl: went
to the I'aullst K.ithers Church at t'lfty-j
ninth street and Columbus avenue and
then went to a letnat. where she w!
May until formally t "celled Into th
Mrs .Milli.ink had coi.lcinp! ited heeoni-
ins a Catholic for vinic tittle. I-.er con
version havlnc followed
, at M-ven,l of the IMullst Kathers' meeting
i for non-Catbiillcr. At tlie I'aullst mis
sion', which lasted two weeks last spilns. ,
It was said by priests of -he oiler that
the wife of an llplscojiai clercymat. cun-;
tenipiated clinnsliiK her faith, but her
name was not mentioned at that time. I
The Itev. .Mr. Mllbink knew of b..
wife's Intention, it Is said The two mine'
hete topther on Tu. sdai
Islts U Iff III Itelri-Hl.
!r. Mllbanl: has spent most of lil time
in New York sine then and has often
visited Mrs. Mlllunk In the trtrr.it. j
The Milb.inki haw live chlldten. fotirj
Klrls and a bo. all of whom attend school;
Mrs. Mllb.inkV fam!i of nins children
would bar her from becomini; a ineinber
of a C.ithol.c order. II was said last nluht
11 t. Ut0'tl IM.ii um ,
com.m: to till' my is to is- r-ceiie.1 mm
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The I'aulist I.itbet were founded fur
the purpo f convening non-catholici.
They aie the chief missionaries of th-
'..,.,.,,.1.,. fh,.,.ii I,, in.. rnttH.1 states
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me m-u n no iiranuni ui- .o..n v,e u.i
converts from Protestantism.
t is , ukrly tint Mr-. Mllhank will
to be baptized In the Catholic ('hutch.
hh0 .,,..,. ,llt., ,.,, ,Mrtz,.,
wete aked this question 1 . s.uliig when'iilid the New ork Neurological .society.
thev told of the wife of th" Ilplscopal ' I Us son. Ur lMward A. Spltzka. is dl
clerg.itnan who wMnd to become a ' rector of the Daniel llaugh Institute of
Catholic and they said at tint time that '
her Hplscopal li.ip'.Nin pnbably ivo. Id lie
.Members of the eslr.i of St I'etei's
Church In Freehold were reticent last
nigh' n non asked about Mis. Mllbank's
conversion, but confirmed the report.
The Itev. John I'. Mllhank. when rector
of St. John's llplscopnl Church In Montl
rello, N. V., was an ardent defender of
tin- late lll.shop Potter, who hail been
attacked by some of the inembir.s of Di.
Dr. Mllhank succu ded the ftev. Dal Id
T. Howell, who left after charges bad
been made against hltn which were held
to be unfounded by lllsbop I'otter. Dr,
Mllbnnk was sent to the church to re
store peace between the two factious, and
siicceeilfd only after he had threatened to
withhold communion from those who pijr
slted in their gossip about HIhop I'ot
ter. PELLAGRA HAS DEATH RECORD.
Worse Than Tuberculosis In fleeted
Itciclon of Month.
Si'Ar.Ti.'!iL'no, S. C. Nov. 12. The
Hoard or Health's vital statistics for the
year show that pellagra now causes morn
deaths than anv other disease in this city.
Prlligra for the last three years has been
SHond tn tuberculosis, hut th! year
takes first place, having caused thirty
line of 3l(i deaths 111 Spartanburg, More
than six hundred cases have been found
In the county.
With tlm onset of cold weather the
disease has subsided and the corps of
physicians from the New York Post
Graduates Hospital, the Publlo Health
Servlco and the medical departments of
the army and navy, who have spent
tho last eight months here Investigating
tho disease, are preparing to leave. They
expect to return next year.
The bill pending In Congress for the
building of a $300,000 Government Pel
lagra hospital hero Is said to have the
Indorsement of Surgcou-Gcneral Blue.
WEDS; THEN FIRST SEES BRIDE.
Yelled Woman Held l-'ncr Prom II r.
Hartley DtirliiK freinoii.
lUt.TIMonE, Nov, 12. Dr. Finncls W.
Hartley asserted to-day that he had not
seen the f f,f 1H hrldo until after
the ceremony last evening at Franklin
Square Baptist Church which united him
and Mrs. Marian A. Amett of Phila
delphia. "When Mrs. Arnetl arrived hern Mm
Immediately went to tho church," said
Dr. Hartley. "She was wearing a thin
black veil and to pievent me from seeing
her face, she held It away from me until
tlm pastor had pronounced us man and
Mrs. Huitley admitted that such was
the case and says that she Is now happy.
The ceieinony was performed Ih tlm
presence of a few friends, with Allen
Hartley, son of the physician, acting ns
best man. Immediately after the weddlnn
lli.i couple went to Dr. Hartley's home,
where an Informal reception was held.
DIRECTORS' DINNERS $12.50 EACH
"eir llnirn's "Oilier Hirlciises"
Mliniv IIIkIi 'oI of Idling.
llniiToN, Nov. 12. Aihlltlonal vouchers
for "other expenses." were submitted hi
the New Haven railroad to-day to t'n j
Public Hervlce Commission In connection
with tlm Inquiry whlcli that commission '
Is making into this It' 111.
one voucher explains why the iallio.ul
paid the Hotel llelmont ST.".:. on April !' '
11'IJ. The hotel gain the New Haven
company it hill for that ainount on April 1, j
with an Itemized statement. Directors '
of tlm road had held six inciting tluteM
In as many weeks. 1 1
Tlnlr luncheons cot nbutit tt'. I." apiece ,
and their dliincrs M 2, .(. Homiis un. t
each. Summarized the Items ate us
follows: la luncheons, Jill. Hi; In lunch
eons, JGa.Sn . 10 luncheons, Ji'il.i'": IV
luncheons. HI7.ni. l!i dinners, 239.30;t
1 1 luncheons, J 1 lM.in huaklaats 3 . P i i
The bill nWi fjles a list of thirt"ti
dlieclois ami atlnrmys who hud moms.
JAMES H. HYDE TO WED?
llteiuirt I'oriner llrml of Ibtiilmblr
Will Msrrr Amrrli-nu.
.sii.i (al.lr Itminttli to Tin: ' -I
I.iiNpon. Nov. It was ri-lHirted nete
' to-day'that .lames llazen Hid-, who lias
j I i HvliiK In Tails "luce he distinsid of
i his Inteiesls in the r.oult.ihle Life A-sui-
'ance Society, is abmit to annoiinre lust
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eimiiKcini - ui to an .imnin,,,
Wrnl" ' "'"
C WV HD UITK A kllK
OUEllJ VlXt OllliilVfi 1 Ull
Joseph ( il'l'sll JTII 1 1, tie Wt'l ll'l",
SCHMHIO lamat:i' From
In l-Mwaid Charles SptlXKu. He- noted
Illlrlllst Ot liD I..ISI r.rvriiij-iiinii
w-h.. testitied as I., the msamty ..f .iint-
r.iu the assassin of Tii-sKlcnt initllehl,
and who 1. the father of Pr lMward An- '
I tony Spltzka, the l'hlladi Iphla -urseoi' ;
Illlrlllst of Li) II.ISI SeVent.l-tllitd Arret.
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w k sin-ii in iiir ru u rim- ' -i4i i j'
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1 of 901!
et. The ItrniiK. for
allriiatlnu- the nffrctlons of the pl.iliitltl's
wife, Mrs. Minnie C.ershRnll.
Although the paprrs tiled -tate that the 1
omtilalnt u'tic HVhI Jit lit. I Ifl t S'V tltV .
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thltd -trii't. nr puzKa s.tm ia-i oojiu
. . hrard of the C.rtshK'ill".
and that he undeistood some one of the j
same name a bini-"lf had been sued .
The complaint alb-itcs that the i!ush-
Kails were mauled on September 17, l'.n:'.
and 1 1 led happily until January 1 last,
when the defendant 'vMikedl.l elili.-ed"
the plaintitT's wile nJ. I.x-Assistant
Distilct Attomey AlrxanJer A. Mayper.
counsel for the plaintiff, said lust nlitht
that tieithK.ill Is a Jeweller, and that he
I lift-am susiicioits of l)r Splt.ka when
the I.UKi- was atteiidinir Ids wife. He
said Mrs. lietshKHll maile i Islts to Dr.
Xpltxkit's ofilce and that In- Spltika
called on her fiequeutly at her home
Dr. Spltika Is ill eats old, a.id the pil
lins in tne nnmst on sun win eni
on il i iu iiti, . in.- if ik'
Catherine WaUek, whom lie mauled in
Vienna In lS7fi. He has bien president
alberstof the American Neurological Association
Anatonii at I'liiianeipnia. ami penorineii
the autop-.i on Czolgosz. the assassin ot
IGIRL TEACHER LEAPS TO DEATH.
jl'mrlna Failure at i:iumlnatlons,
Stir Jumps Krntu Hoof.
Fearing she would not pass examina
tions for promotion Anna Iturnett, a
teacher in tho primary grade at Public
School 1.1, Tho Uronx, connnlttisl suicide
by Jumping live stories to the stteet from
the roof of her home shortly after S
o'clock last night.
Miss llurnctt. who was 2( years old.
lived with her parents at ."33 West loilt'.i
street. After supper she put on her coat
and said she was going to tlm drug store.
A few minutes later her body slriKi; an
Iron picket fence In front of the house,
broke out seveial pickets and rolled Into
the area way.
Martin Kennelly of ISM Anistetdnm
avenue, who was walking past the house.
wa ls than tlie feet fioin where the
body struck. He ran to the Itomaii Catho
lic Church of St. Catharine of Genoa, In
K3d striet, and summoned Father Clark
to administer the lat rites.
James liuinett. th young woman's
father, wan prostrated. He said she had
been sitting up l.Uo nights studying. He
believed she was afraid the examination
In mathematics would be too haul for
WOODEN CARS BARRED.
Commission Prohibits Use on I
Island Klectrlc Trains.
The Publlo Service Commission
steps yesterday to stop tho use of wooden
cars on that section of the Long Island
Itnllinad where electric power Is used.
It lsued an order directing th'i com
pany to discontinue the use of twenty
four wooden cars on any of Its passenger
trains made up in part ot steel cars ami
forbidding the operation of any wooden
cars on electrically driven traiim except
when necessary to maintain sohcduleH.
Thn order also provldcii that after Sep
tember 16, inn, tho company shall not
oporato any wooden cars at all for the
transportation of passengers in trains
driven by electricity,
SAYS JOE : HERE'S YOUR LETTERS.
Jim limit i ThanUa They Were
Wakhiniitok, Nov. 12, Senator J. -Ham
ljewiH of Illinois called on rlecretary Jo
seph P. Tumulty to-day. After talking
I l nili.ii.da .., tliu u.i,,t -v'i Hniilr
,,. ,.wiH ..-,.,., lowar(, Ul door.
"Heimtor," called Tumulty, "hiivMi'i you
Then Tumulty picked up n bunch of
letters which J. Htm had left lying on
"You should not be so careless with
our correspondence," said the secretary,
his oye twinkling, snd J. Ham thanked
flKKAT BKAR HI'KINU WATKIt
lee. ptr can ol glass itoppsred batllas
NEGOTIATIONS WITH HUERTA
END; LIND LEAVES CAPITAL;
O'SHAUGHNESSY MAY RETURN
Last Night's Sudden Changes
in the Mexican Situation
7oAn LinJ, Prcsiitnl Wilson i special envoi), left Mexico city last night
accompanied by Capt. Burnside, the United States Military Attache.
Mr. Lind's departure followed Gen. Huerta's failure to reply to his
representations tcithin the time set by Wilson's encoy.
Mr. Lind had demanded that llucrta promise to dissolec the Confess
about to be concerted in Mexico city and gaic the provisional President until
6 o'clock l"t night to gice assurances to that effect. No reply hating been
received at the time set, Mr. Lind left the Mexican capital at once.
These latest developments in the Mexican situation had been expected in
Washington. It uas said last night in the capital that the next move uould
probably be the recall of Charge d' Affaires O'Shaughnessy.
' It was admitted yesterday in Washington that William Bayard Hale is
representing this Government in an unofficial capacity in his negotiations
with Gen. Carrama.
A despatch from Nogalcs, Sonora said that Dr. Hale laid lefore the
Constitutionalist leaders yesterday a proposition whereby Carrama will have
a voice in the naming of a President ad interim to succeed Huerta in case of his
resignation and an offer of the moral support of this Government in accom
I FOR THE FINAL BREAK
, . .. , -, .
Hrepuicd lo KcchII U ohaupihncssy as Next bicp in
it v t .
Lnding All NeOtiatlOnS lth MllCrta
---Bryan Shows Anxiety
I V i.-iliM.ios. Nm I.' - Th" news of
Mini's depari me from M-xI'o
t-iy iintlnd Washington lliroimb un-
otllclal channels early this morning. It
l-.illWfil mi 1 rt ifi miiittti' iIihwm U.-I111 1
; - -
na been fullow Iiik the sltuntloii here. I
Tin- in-iv turn in the situation merely
inaiks the Ii-'kIihuiu: of tin- breaking
1. if m all relations with Huerta 11 ml the
It s believed hfie that the net step
is likely tn be tin- wlthdrawul of Charge
1 rShniiMlincssy ftom Mexico tit.i.
Information In regard to I.lml'x de
parture as received here was to the
elici t that he had set veil notice on
Iluert.i that th.-ie would be no further must go. It Is pos-lbb- also that the
necotiutlons between the two Govern- document will contain a dellnlle state
tnents unless u.sur.ince.s were given In- im-nt of tin- steps which the President
a certain time thai the Congress about intends lo take In the Immediate future,
to toiivene would be dissolved. It ! The b-llef hero Is that the substance
,,.rstiio, that tlu time milt expired
a-, i; o'clock this evening, nnd no reply
having been n-ceiied from Huerta, Mn.l
left Mexico citv for Vera Cruz with th. I
It has been said lure n!lc!ali tor
scier.il days thai the I'niled Suites
Government would tint recognize tin
inlldlty of the Mexican Congress chosen
In the teceilt elections.
Washington nlllclals apparently wen
not greatly concerned our the latest
developments. Secretin y Hrynn nnd
President Wilson retired before mid
night und no speelul preparations had
been made at the State Department for
receiving Infoi mation during the night,
.In pa n Semis llHttlc ship.
I'oieigu nations ate deeply concerned
over the protection of the lives and
properly of their nationals In Mexico.
This fact was emphasized late this
aftetinioti ivh"ii Aiitunss.id.ir Chimin of
Japan called at iltv State Department
and Informed Secielary Hrynn that
Japan Is sending; u battleship to the
west coast of Mexico.
The Ambassador made i clear that
the Mikado's Goieintnent deslied the
1'ullril States to know In advance that
the sending- of this warship Is merely
a precuiitlonari- ineuute for the pro
tection of Japanese subjects In Mexico,
it w-.i.s not disclosed at the State De
partment 1" what poll the Japanese
war vessel was irolng.
Hcrmany has two eiuiscr.s mi the cam
coast of Mexico, lind France ban decided
to send :i battleship, hut recalled tho
order when the sending of these foreign
vessels begun to be commented on in
thn United States um evidence of a lacK
of coiilldence 111 the Wilson policy
The decision of Japan indicates that
the fear nf forelttn ( lovoriiinontH for the
successful outcome of this ( invent
inent's policy toward Mexico is incn iis
lit'i. Nn objection has of course l-eii
iiiImm! In the sending of the Japanese
Secretary Hi .van acknowledged for
tlie lirst time to-day that thn .situation
ill I'i'giil d to Mexico could not be liar
iictenzed an "cncouriiKlliit." To til"
ivvernge man this statement may not
nppear Important, hut lV those who
Know how clone mouthed nml careful
Mr, Hrynn Iiiih been about his stnte
litcntH on .Mexico tho acknowledgment
was regarded us Hlgnttlcant.
Thero in considerable speculation hern
an to wluit will bo tho procedure when
President Wilson llnnUy declared to tlm
world that this. Oovernmcnt will not
reciigiil.e the uota of Huerta or thn
Mexican Congress, hut will Insist that
the dictator must be eliminated.
With this declaration ull formul no
notlatlonH between the two countries
probably will cease and John Mud and
Nelson O'BhauBhnessy, tho charge, In
Mexico city, will Immediately leave. The
Interests of this Government It Is be
lieved will thou bo cared for by the
representative of one of thn 1Ib liuro
pran Powers In Mexico city.
The Indications to-day were that the
public w know within a wij
ilmi' th- policy which I'lcsidetit Wilson
W!l pursue toward Mexico and the do
mils of what he n It-end v has attemnteil
... t . t t ... . ..t 1. 11..
Ill HO ill .M.'MCO cuy. 11 was omciaiiy
acknowledged to-day that the I'rcsulent
will Issue ,1 statement soon coninining
I'oitrrn Alrriul tililsril.
This statement undoubtedly will serve
notice on the world that the I'tilti-d
States will not recognize tin- nets of the
Mexican dictator or of the Cnnwss
about to conveno niu! Own this flowrn
ment will continue to insist that Huerta
of ih,. mrnmirn aJready has b-eii torn-
muiiii ut d to the principal llnropeaii
, ....... ..... .... ..un. hiiuih in "-"-
.ngtnn that n policy of ciKiietatioii w ith
Caiianza nml his forces s likely to be
tin- one adopti-d by I'lcslibnt Wilson
In tint i-n-n; of this Gm ernuii nt being
forced Into drastic action. There Is
little doubt liere now that William
Hayntd Halo, the writer. Is icpii sontlug
this Government In un unoil'lcial capac
ity In communicating wi.h C.trran..i.
Prosldint Wilson has denied that Hale
oil,,,,, .. .., s,l,
i i ... ... .... ... i
mm, nut indications point clearly to the'"
tact that Dr. Hale s at least gather- ;
ing inforiiiaMon for the State lien.nl- .
First lloir 'I'onnril I'iii-i'iiikii.
The confcreiues ih.n Inn,, been luij
between linn and Gen. CirnniiM .-it No
galcs ale Interpreted In ulllcial circles
here as the Hi xt open nunc by the
I'niled Slates to mow lt interest in th.
Const it ii t Inuii IHt Government.
It wiis recalled that when Mr n.ii,.
was studying the situation in
city scleral months ago his
status wan not recognized by the Ad
ministration, lie was described as
lllclely ll friend of the President who
was giving him the benelll of his vicw.i
und observations. It is the belief Inn
that Hale Is now serving in a similar
iinoillcl.il but very Important capacity.
Hale prnbablv will reporl to lb.- Stale
Department hi Impressions In legard
to Cnrranza personally, his views on the
Htrcligtu of the Constltutloiiallnis and
his opinion us in whether or not c.tr
rana, If successful In o'.irtliiowiiit;
Huerta, could bo depended mi to devott
himself to the establishment of n inn.
visional Government that would guar-
anteo ii fair and free election.
Firuuuii-ui in mi' coau- in inioi -o
lifting Ihu embargo on nuns alonjt in.-
Mexican liorder Is inci easing,
little doubt now that such ,i imlicy. It
It llnnUy meets the ludoi seineut nt tiie
Prcsltlcnt, will iiieei with the luvor of a
m.'t lorlt V i.f the Semite.
Kenr' Admiral llousli mi the battle,
shin Louisiana nt Tuxpan iciioilcil lo
Un- Niuy Depariment lo-da) tiuit Hier
is no Immediate need of piotcction to
Ameiicau property In that ilciiuty.
J.lml Man Nu Mexlenn tltllclal. Sa
Upmat t'alile liripMrh In Till. Sin
.Mkxico 1'lTV, Nol. II!, Seliiif .Mnlieno
niado the following' declnratlon nl mid
nlHht: "In lnattfi'.s of foreign relations, only
the minister of thai branch has thn
light to talk, in spile of the Insidious
declarations to the contrary In tho press.
"Minister Mnd while In Mexico had
absolutely no contact with Mexican otll
clal circles and ')nt returned to Vera
Cnin without having held it conference
with one slng-lo .Mexican oltlctnl.
"A for our relations with thu United
States, they havo surtcrcd no change
and tie public may rest absolutely tran
quil. This Is not a diplomatic excuse,
but the absolute truth."
I1 Wilson's Knvoy Asked As
! surancc That Congress
i! Would He Dissolved.
IIIKCKIVKI) XO KKPLV'
li .Military Attache ISnriisidc
'j Leaves .Mexico Cit,
With Mr. Lind.
AM KIM CANS
j .Japan .Notifies S. That She
, Has Sent Warship
' lo .Mexico.
HALE REPRESENTS WII.MlX
Now Admitted That lie Carries
Virtually an Official Mrs
Miire to Carran.a.
.ln.il i ahl Utspotrh lu Tnr cs
Mf.mco C;rv, Nov l'J. .I.ilm l.ind
.llhMOJ I .TV, .M IV VI. .lolltl ) .1 till
! ii,si.i..t,t wium-.s H-i-iai mv m
'-Mexico, and apt. Hunt- the rnllc.
States .Military Atlnrlio heic. left tx
Ifo city this t-vi'tiini; for Vera I'rn..
I It was unnoiinceil ,-tfter Mr. I.lnd's
departure that nil negotiation. betw-tu
the Cntted Slates and the Illicit. 1 Gov
einnii'ilt liuve been ended.
It is bellined that ull Aini'i leans may
me to llee from th- country suililenn
.Ur. I. Ill it's dei-isloo to lireuU nil nil
1 nruoliiilloiis si 1 1 h the lliirrlii ml.
iiilnlslrntlnii jiiiiI lenxi- Ibc catilliil
ciinie as n result of the failure ot
tlie pros lalonnl I're-ldeol lo rrtoi-n
mi miHiser to his irliul rrprcselltit
llons. I'ri-slili-ni Wilson's speelitl I'liso
hull ileitui ndeil nssiiraners from Pres
ident Hiierln I li it I the luiiiirrM
lei-ted ri-ei-litl iloolil not lie cint
sened ii ml Hint Its elect Ion itotili!
lie ri'iniilliited li) the Goii-rtiinent ii
He lold resilient Moerlii Unit II
this ilcmtiuil litis not i-iiiiipli.i itIIIi
'nil diplomatic iieuolialliiii- lor a ii-
; . .. - ,, ,iiiii,.h. ,i t...
s 111. I. lull's rrpi'i-st-tltii I lolls pro
uresseil and no ntisfr mis uiicn
hi lost ii I lt-iii-i- und tlxril ti lime
limit for llnertii's ntisinr iiliieti ei-liin-il
.No II lis n-r llH" .let been Klven
I find Mr, l.lml nml CiiiiI. Ilnriislde
H.-Ill,,.f( , ,,, ,ril,n.
Tills ii-rslon of the enilliiY of the
nemil Int Ions uns illicit In I lie rnr-
lesiilinlelll of "I'll
of "Tlie sun" , ir.
I.lll.l li I III si-1 r. til Ideill
"I will re III il I li in era tut. fur
tlie pl'i-si-nl. I ll III lint return to
Mexico ( Itl iiulll till' rleelloll id Hie
ncii Congress Is reiiiillnteil 'I'lie
tmi'i'li-iiu liinlinssy nlll reninlii itirii
oiiilec I'luiriic d'Alfnlres O'shiiuuh-ni-ss).
lis sliitns iiill be uiii-liiinueil
' unless soiiii'thlitu; nntoiiiird shall
linpiien, hni tin- cnilinssj irlll niiiUe
no iiioi-i- ri-iM-eseutiitlons to solie tin
I nler oh I lo on I irulileio."
Tin- mII mi t lull Is considered looat
si"i-loii nnd muni t luei-ii-fi lis iire
lelllllli; the cnplllil.
ib-l.el ititaclcs on l wo i .ties n tin
Sliili' of Vera Crn:'. have been p iiiilse.i
ilunim tho 'list iweiity-fiim- hours, m
cording to despatches, leieiu d In.iu Hn
nlfet ted di-i ill l to-day. Shortlv before
tn ii ti yestciilay Gcu, Cnuilltlo Agiillar
lippcai d before the town of Tlixpa i
Ill" miles ftom tho port of Vera fin.,
j sclili l.r.oii un n und npeiii-d a boinbaiil
,,-,. The battle lash, I for several
hours und ended in the tiller rout of
I In- ilisurrectos.
Scoles of dead were
left on the Held In front of I lie city
A llltle luicr In the day the IVilornl
galiisnii nl Tiiiiloyuca, iiiimlicrinu
j " ' nen. i.-pnlscd nu at k of 1.000
rebels, The insiiiiiclos ng.nu siilfired
Ileal ; y losses.
Hefilgecs from the distilct of l.asillia
miy thai tlie nil oliitloiiislH halo seized
the cotton crop mid .ire demanding
heuiy ransoms for the unpicked yield
IiIIiiihIiiih llcteiulcrs lleiinrileil.
As a Ntaiter in his plan to oi-ganle
the national iinuy In lis lull i.ip.iiiti
of l.'O.OOO iiieu liesldrnt 1 1 1 1.1 1 n has nr
pointed Gen. Francisco Ttoncoso as i tin f
of staff. The tlh l.ttor has ib-tu mined
on nu iicllie campaign throughout th
northern part of the republic, with a
iiuw lo crushing nut the rebellion ones
All Federal olllceis who participated
in the successful defence of Chthuahim
when that city was attacked hy the
rebels the day before yesterday have
been promoted In rank In retognillon
of tlie bravery they illsplajrd, Geirs
SalaJnr and Caravoc, (ormer rebel It