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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913.
Affray with the Itoj.ulillc.m iiiiiMlnullun In
ny !Miiii of el.icil in lin.ii le. ainl !
Ilipy were pnltUuis out lli.it Air, Wllaoii
had stnlcii ihf t "filmier: own thiineler of
A fcw nicmbei of Cuii-tie aa fXlufsacJ
disannul al of tlu- iioo.iil pi. in on tho
ground th.it It nnalit Ije feiiitnl lnipitUil"
10 dCVlto ,1 M'lieille in ll .1 1 itiiui with tlic
Iteireieiit.itUe lliam-i of Missouri,
chairman of till' I'oiiitnlttte on Kleetluli of
I'rtflilrnt. Vlce-1'r.i'.ilileiit and membera
of i'oiirh'm. which IH liaw Jurlmlli'tlun
of the piopo.'t-cl Uglnlntlnn, iinnounrnl to
night that lie will i-ull hl committees to
Bother within a few iliiy.i to frame a, bill
In iimiril.iiH'f with tin- Trident' vlons.
His cmnmltlee will report Mit'li 11 iiir.iiUl
ail In the new ear.
.Senator Kern of InJI.iii.i, eh.ili 111.111 of
the Senate" committee wlilih will haxe
cliaigt of nii-li .1 lilil. w.in leM tit tllltt.ln
tlc. lie said his committee would not
take tho illtll iti '. Iiil! would await the
ireeiil.tein of hill by hull I1I11.1I num
bers. Senium nweti of ukl.ilioin 1 Inline
cllateil. .iniMUIn oil. howeier, lh.it he would
prepaie a bill i.ililti.! out the rie.n
dent's leiiililtneiul itlnn
(lira llc.ieiinl llie llrilua.
In mjtliiK the 1'ieildenll.il nliti.ii plan
Mr. Wilaoii went tar heoiul the pli'ilite!
'of tin I leioiH rati' platform on tlil ipu--lion
'I'lie HaltliiMie document advocated
"J'rrvlik'lttl.tl piefelence primal lei" fol the
Htatef, Hi whleh the people would liiillinli'
their choli-u of candidate-, hut did not
contemplate robliini; the convention of the
power to nuntltmte.
The I'risldeut'H proposal that after can
didate) have been nominated at the prl
iimrliM mm ntlonx 1 . inposeil of nieiiilii't
of t'oliKlfKH and mitnlllee'e lol 'ollless
iid iiiembeis or the National I'oninilttee
Mini I hi' calidld.itex for the I'le-yleleiie-)
theniKehe.s elnh be held lo adopt uil
ildntftrmi la iinldue
f It Is tlib feature of the plan that m,i
rxclte opposition. Objection was nude l
mam, .111111111; Iheiii Scnatoi Kern, that
platf'oimt sl'.ould be named by eleleK.it
lrei.li horn toe people ih4te.nl of b e.llli e-
Miohleti" Till." Illtiliulli wac eple"-e.l li
ll wax noted that SpeiLei Chill, led the
llpplallrfe When Ibe l'ICMd"llt le.iellell llie
portion of his .! dealliic with popu
lar primaries. The htuiioi of the sltua-
tlon was delicious for those ineiiibeii. wlio
recalled that I'laiK led II-011 In lb- ni
rnar Unlit Ian e.i, a-id ttvil he wei.t Pe
ftitr the Itallliuoie 1 oiiv.iitlon at the stall
with more dceBaie than anv other eandl
rtate. The Speal.et's enthusiastic In
lnrfeini at of ill.- pioposil wa -till fintliei
oppi eclated when he -ahl late.- in tin da
"If I had vi there neve: would be
miolltei- man I.OIIllllHted f.u pul.he olllee
in tlii intuit'., 'n e .-.invention I "!
'nhler niv.ielf a puniee" amour. III - advo.
ralea of lit ttn.it U Had thctc lie n a
rreililenti.il piiinai l.'-t '.ir I would lie
In the Willie Hon."' to.,1.. of ionise I
fnvoi the prln Iple and will Mippoit It
Itvpi eentatlvo fnderwood of Alabama,
the Democratic H .use l.aclei. declared
tlmt Ibe President- tecomuienilailolis
vvouhl be put Into tin rorm of bill- but
declined to ma He s ihV .oninieiit .01 the
prl maty Idea
Sir. MnrdiieU'n 'nurHliiliilluii.
, Heur-n-ntative MuieluiU of Niuna', the
Bull Mooe leadel 111 til" lliitl- sll'.l
"I wnnl to I'oiiciatulate the I't.-idenl
on borrow Ine till- Id-.i fiom tb. State of
Kansas. He l ilu'liR well
"We have been iiotiniiatiio: din I In
Kaii'.is for a loris time and af'ei the
liMniiuations at-- made In luimaties we
bold conventions to fratu- platfoiin- It
i Kar.'is Idea, and of coins.-, 1 is-md
r'.ltuoent.ltlve ItUtiel, I l'elin-v Vrfln.l
Itrpnollean, said .
"t favor I'M-hiilentlal pi Hilar V.e
po.-ninate bv that nvtiiod in 111 SMI" 1
al!o favor aliollshltiK tae Kb-itoia Col
lece and electlnB i'teMdou'- bv di t
otr of the. K'ople "
Manlf.t'tlv the President had rot
taken all of th" I), mo. ta'.te leadets of tin
Senate Inlo his confidence Ala v of tin
onsi rv iclces. especially .if th- South,
hook tli-ir headi dept 1 1 aiiuijl nil.
niked to 4-n-nmcnt on the 't Jio-ed pbin.
Senator Itacon of (leorta iik.-d to be
excused from dlsetissliii; the matt 1 It
1 known that he hai 11 t ben 1 s o
path w-.tli dlied primal u s ie .III eel
elections Altln ush the Mist S.n.itoi to
be chosrti tinder :1m- 'i. w- oiistituttona
method of dlr.ct elect. on- of Senatots.
Ml l!.uin alwavM oi po-ed the plan
Heretofore he has e:,tu -ed doubt its to
tin conltutloualiv ,r tiouiiuatiiii; a
President lo dliri vo..
Senator Ito.tt te,iteNt..il tune to thin
over th- llleldents recOinmeudatiotis lot
dlrecl nomination of i t. -ni-ntial landi
"I want to t inn it .iiMin. Mid
Senator lioot with a Mini- lletetofoie 1
hav e lireu nppoed lo. I"i slib ntlal pri-marie-.
I cannot help thiukliiK that tin
motive behind tin- i'tc sideutla! lulmaty
movement Just now Is a de-ir.. lo i-M-ape
from t'lnditlon- tlmt now elt ratliet
than the follow imr ot a plan that 1- in lie
"I lulieve that In the end we v 1 1 1 work
nut a s .stent quite dlflen iit ft out aiiv
thiiic that has b.-i-u yit proion-d Alian
while tins MitKestlon fiom the President
Is as Rood as tin to atfoid a basis to
ork upn.i "
('nniplrle lcl of I'rcsiilenl Wll- ',
son's inessasc anil loninienls on it
on Tact1 .
COL. BARTHMAN TO RETIRE.
Ht'n Iteprlionaiileil lli-t-rntlf In llnee
v Col. Henry i'. Hailhmaii of Hie Koitj.
seventh Itojinent, iitookl.v n, vho was
reprimanded last .Inlj b Uu Suiter
nfter trial for debatring ex-Sergt Samuel
Llttmann from promotion In the teglment
becauso he was a .lew, sent In his appllea.
tlon for retirement estetda.
Col. Hartliman made a stateiuent In
which he said ho thought he hid n-tved
the rcirimetit and the State Ion? enough
He said that ho would not leave the r.v.
ment, howevr, If lliete was any ehance
that It would be culled out fol i-etvlce In
t'ol, Rarthman seived with the Forty
"seventh In the Hptrnhh-Amerli-im wat,
commutiding a hat ta lion. He Is mem.
tier of the ieiwelry llrm of I 'dull A Halloa
at 574 Fifth avenue, whleh was tubbed In
a sensational mannei of items valued at
fJOli.OeO last .lune
A sure, Safe
Our (lii.iinnlci'd First .Mori
Knurs on Now York Ciiy real
8t!ltO ofTcr ubsoliili) .'mil posi
tivn HfifpKimriJH Hains! any
nosHlhility of loss -a class of
Invfihtnient which luniks, os
tntfHiitiil oxporl inviislors un
Wo offer a limited number
of llteso first HiortKiiKcs, with
prinripal and interest il'.lt
.i.NTKKI), net tins fr in
NEW YORK MORTGAGE
& SECURITY COMPANY
135 Broadway, N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, $2,600,000
U.S. HAS NEW POLICY,
MEXICO CITY HEARS
( 'tun pii nics (I I'll nt Itcbel He
lium tls iintl Hofuse Oil to
III'KKTA .FKAHS HI.OCKADK
I'iiiaiicinl Siliintidii Is Acute.
11111I Prices of ('(HiiniiHli
lifri,ll I'tlhlf Dmiuitcti to Tilt St
AIkmco I'lTT, Dec. I Private des
paiches tii'elved hen- from Washington
lepott that llie t'nlted States (lov.-lii-tin
tit lias adoidid a new pulley toward
.lilro, of a dellnlte natilie, to which
It will nilhcie.
At the tmbassv lieie it was admitted
tli.it tills Is tine, but no details were
cjv.ll out. as It Is roiistdcted that in
fiu malum of that lilituie should be Riven
out at the State l. p.ll tin. lit If at all.
Ptesldent Wilson's sprei'll In utKTe.sl
has not been published here. The fact
that It was delivered is In fad not ueti
Ail mil u I Sll I'll! i-topher I'radnck of
the llrltlsh wai-hlp Surtolk colli d on
(leu lluerta In full uniform to-dn.. He
was accompanied by Sir Lionel Oardeti,
tin- lltitisli .Mtnisler, iu declined to
iIimii-s tin- nature of the conference with
the Pi .-sklent.
Alter leaving tin- palace Admiral
I'ladock -alled on I'b.ilKe d'Affaites
0 ShaiiKhtitssy at tin- Ametic.iit llm
bassv lloth Air. o'Slt.iUKlinessy and Ad
mllal liatlo'k- were KUests at a bauquel
at the iletman I.eRation tills evenlnir.
I The lltitisli Admiral said he does not
J know when he will leave this clt.v.
The oil lompaiiles havlUK luopett.v
City and Principal
in the di-tint infested by
have ..in, .11. d all iiuitra. ts to supply oil
lo toe natoiial i. nlio.nl- owing to the
ie.s il. iii.uiii Till- m.ikts the sit 'ia
, 'i.ii mo'. - dim. ult than i v.r for tin
Uowrinneiu of C.-n llmita Tot tin
b-iveen .leleo tliv and Vera I'm. !.
I tiieui-iiil and tb- av.tuie of -,-ap.. to th.
i oast, -i,ii,,
islon uiise, would ie
'f'lo finati. I.il
w in -e .-i da
ties a.e r -lug lap'dh I'll
! aii.-adv .lieniel liltn.
I'tMlllliK Hie Vlell.-oii Prima,
To.- pic.s of s-iltlllo is piiidii.hli.it
st.ii us o! a ia, e war thioughotit the
lilted S; it. s Th,. stori.-s ,,. iisleu M
lo aid iM't'intlng foi th IVd-tal aim.,
leading the iTidiilous .M,.can peons to
believe that Ihe Pulled States s -ii o:-
luphd III iiueillng a ti volt at hotn
It carinol Intel ..e with .le,o
The Mexlen eltv newspapers are llen-elv
Hssalllnir tin- I'nltid Statee evei du.v fm
piiiiltshlng lepotls of the piogr.ss of t'le
revolt Iii the North, the titith of which I
nevertheless iiiliiillt.d even In llnvetntiieut
circles. The Itupi emlon p.evalls in i hides
eloe to Gen. Iliterla that events of the.
utmost iinpnitamc ate about to occur.
' VoIoIomi, i onMdetid lien, Hun la's
inouthpleie, ptiiits lo-dav a vitriolic at
tail; on Pi(seiit VVIInon After abking
how, in Ihe ivetil or llie i.bels liiumph
lug with American assistance, .Mr. Wilson
will he able to satisfy Hval ambitions as
lo tlie Presidential chair in Mexico, this
newspaper goes on to ly .
Illack s the hniUiiu, clouded with' Ihe
Intriguing Vankee polh-.v The ambition
which is moving ihos.
win. (ov.i on,'
riches a n plalnl.v lie seen Thev would
s. patale out northern States fiom us with
the Intention of annexing Hum Intel, for
the hepatiitlstas of to-day would to-morrow
liu.l themselves unable In satisfy the
Iw.i- ...... ,1.1 I
iicmniiils or thlr piesent pations, whose
lust Is lot the expansion of Vnukeo terri
tory into a laud rich and fettlle nm
"White does Mr Wilson Intend lo slop?
This Is easy lo divine, ami s necessaiy
to balk Ills designs, This can be done
only by imtilutlsin and through h
supreme eifoti. l.ei us irtist in our)
might, but let us m-iiihIii forever awnke,
us an arifiil rnemy Is menurlnK us."
Another newspaper urges ihe vital ne.
cesslty for nil Spanlsh-Auierlcnti euuutries
lo combine In nave the Independence of
.Mexico at present and tlieti own In the
It transplted heie lo-nlght that AnirTI.
lans have been 'lebaricd flout puttlclp.
lion in ine meusuies tor drrrnce which
Kiltopean resldenls here ale actlvelv or.
ganUIng under the direction of the dlplo
liuitic reptesenliillves of Ihelr lespnctlve
countries. Tlie Americans, however, will
be accorded refuge within the defer,
zone should the necessity a tine.
The reason for this Ii that European
llliilllMtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwilK t fetoafjdHBy .
" " z SWhjSi III
llualion hen. I- gettltu lU'lS .1 ' l!
I'm - of all .onituodi- h V. V ! V 'ii 3
WVk ktam, AT FMTMKTII
diplomats here consider that trouble can
ensue only upon American intervention, In
which case the participation of American
residents In the defensive plan inlKhl be
considered by the (overmnent as prepara
tions tint tiKalnst mob violence but hostile
to the government Itself.
The Kuropeans are making elaborate
pteparatlons to defend themselves. Thev
! It. iv 1- already leasul a number of houses
1 in a section of the city which Is largely
populated by fot i-lgiiers. It Is ttndeistoud
that arms, ammunition and provisions are
being stored in these houses and that ar
rangements are under way to Inipott
Ciii-opeHim ltend for llefenee.
The belli f obtains here that tile Kitro
pean subjects organized In tills manner
will be well able to take can- of th.tn
reives, the majority having done mllitar.v
service at home.
The ilefeiice organization Is the suldeet
I of i-otiversjtion in all clubs lit tin- cipital.
'It appears that the Hiltl-h residents
I disgruntled over the fact tint the ller-
1 in. ........ i- f.i 1..
iikiii aiioi-i.-i. . 1111 iiioi.e, nun i a I e-
tiled Hear Admiral, would outrank all
otheis and for Hint t.-ason would com
mind the defensive operations.
TI.e shortage of dynamite tin enten
te, stop silv.-r milling In all (lie dls-
Street of Chihuahua, Abandoned by Federals
the lebel-l SoTnTT . M(MAOA
, HEKMOStLLo LJ . XSSJ
-"- of l,v ins I V V S O " V I
iMup showing sphere nf rebel nciiviiv in the northern pun of Mexico Chihuahua,
abandoned by Federals. i the ohieclive of both Oarranzti and Villa. The
wealths resident of the city are Heeing to Ojimiga mid 1'rjsidiii.
tlllts .d In Ihe I'edeials, thus enp
plltlg Olie of Hie oillllitl s gl l atest
touii'i'S of wealth At P.iihiKii, uu. of
tln win Id's gtiat.st silver mines, th..
Mlpplx of d.Vtinillltl' Is l'Olliplete.V ex-
hausted, and this and several othei ioni-
panus ai soriing to the in-c or bhu'k 1
powder. which is most ui,sallsfai lory. ,
Much louimi'iit lias In en aiousul bv i
the cotitracls for rilles and iitmniiiiition 1
iPhneil li.v Hen. Hucrta wlih lluropeau
. Ilruis. The Mexhan i lonriimenl stlnu i
lutes In the ioiitiai'1 thai the goods must I
be ll.'livet ,'fl s.-ifeU- til l..vl,v,M r.o.tu ...iH I
t ,i..n.,..,i ,.,
i ins conn,- inuicnicH in- tear ot an
I'm Itierensi'il 70 Ci'iils,
The .Mexican Congress appioved lo-ilay
all the executive linaiicial ilecrees Issued
since the dissolution of the previous Cou-
in ine coiirn- or the discussion on the
Inrnnse of the tax on runic oil hy To
cents a banel, Seiior He la Mora oppos 'd
the inciease, He said that while nearlv
ISiiU.OOU.OMO had been spent In oil pio.
Jects, many companies wen- not success,
fill because they had spent huge sums
In several districts without any result.
The Increase of 70 cents added to tlio
municipal tax lit Tnmplco of r.n cents
barrel, a total of l."ll for ever.- i,nr,-.i ,.f i
..r..,io n .,,1,1 .,.,.. .. i
crude oil sold, means a heavy loss to the
ine .xnnister or Klnance, Senor de la'
lama, defended the Increase on (hoi
ffmnnd thst the rtoveriiiio.n lu ...ii...a ...
furnish nuatds lo the oil districts as well I f'"' T"M'"U Willi aboul 200 PcdcraJ sol
as to the cotton fields, nnd as Ihe t,(x on , ''letH on board. Two hundred men nf rien I
cotton has been Inci cased, II was onc ' Mann's ci.inin.ind ictiiriicil In Mexh II v I
nisi nun ii ii pinuiicors should pv a
higher tax also. '
The Increase lu the tax was .-iiioinvci hi.
187 voles to 4. The four votes wrie c.ifct
by members of Ihe Catholic party.
a. "ir'i iii 'Mill1
f'uiifhiuf'if torn I'it.nt uye
placed iiRlnt Aledln.i. City police officers
say villa told them that .Medina hud
failed to account for 114,000.
The Twentieth Infantry teenfoiied the
. ther United States troops on border guaid
duty at HI 1'ai.u to-day. A sipladlou of
the Twelfth Cavalty sent last week to
ti"ll the Indian utilising at Shipio.-k. X.
Al , ha- also been onl.-ted hcle.
INFORMS FOREIGN POWERS.
President tin Ills Sliilemeiil About
W.vsllINiiTu.s', bee. --Thlougli Aineti.
can dlplomiits abroad that poitlou of
Prisid.nt Wll-on's m.saa. to I'ongres
teferiing to illations with .Mexico was
lo-da.v M iit to all fotelgit Uov el nim iits
1 which nie ii pu-seuteil at .Mexico eltv
I Th's was done in in i oi da nee with the
I pulley of Pteshlelll Wilson or keeping all
. iiilu i ( i'ov ertiments infoiiiud of important
acts in aiinoiini mi ills of this liovein
ment In ng.iid lo .Mi-xiio It is not t -
pei'ti d there will be imv coiiun. ut from
am other ilov.rmnent on th.. Presi,l..ot
stnlcmi nt. I
Chaige d'Affaliis 1 1 Sliaughni sv at,
M.xl, m , ,.,.h,.,i ,.i,u i.,i, ,. ....... 1
r th,. Pii-sldenfs statcuuiit on .Mexico I
i . . ..... .. . I
" . "v,ro
olllclals of the
1 1 n t la
MA AS GOES TO CLEAN TUX PAN
Snj There Won't lie o. ItelieU1'
l.t-fl III tin- nil I'lelil..
Spmtll 1'ilhlr llrslMirh In Till, Si X
HIA flil'K, Dee, 2 Ci'ti, .Inaijiilii Mans I
with a force consisting of cavaliv left!
to-day on the steamer Puehl.i for Tux
nan. When he w:is inlrl li,.r.,,..
i ' . .... 1 1 if,
, that John I.lnd had reported to President
; wiloti that there were only a few rebels
'." "en m, i.en, .ms annoiincd
'bnt tliele will in
none when ho gels
John l.iuil airlved al noun fiom Tux
pun on the battleship Nebraska,
llie .Mexican gunboat Karagoia sailed
P'-uay on ii special train,
.. , , PHe 4 ureil In 11 lo 14 llsv.
falls m riire lichini;. Itllnrt lllredlnt or' Prntrisl.
Inc riltt. rint ppTlcilon civet relltf. socV-Mr
7 'r TORREONfs o
IWILSON IS GREATER
THAN "BIG STICK"
President's Mexican Polle.v So
Tormrd hy tho London
PRKSS TRAISES MESSAK'
Intervention In Oilier Central
American Republics Is
ffrM fnl.tr lirtpnlr, In Tar Si v
I.0SI10.V, Dec 3, President Wilson's
nussage to Coiigress trcelves heatty com
ineiiilatlon In tlie London newspapers this
morning, which praise It for brevity,
el.nlty and originality,
The coiuiniiit in the press is mainly
Ink. ll up Willi tin- Ptcsldent's icferetiies
The f.iiiis. tefetiiug to tlie only pic
title of present lotidltlous lu Mexico de
pleted by Its c on. spondent In a mail
letter, a summary of which was cabled
to Tut: Si-.v yesterday morning, says-
"W are convinced that these d.ingeis
ale fully icnllzcd by the Washington
liineintnetil. The heads of States iiih
not given to betraying the secrets of
tlu-ir policy In public utterances.
"The Immediate purpose of the Pulled
Slates Is to get rid of lluerta. When tli.it
has been achieved It will be time to set
ah. mi the reconstruction.
"We hal lie surprlsid when that mo
ment comes if President Wilson Is not
found to have already thought out and
lo be teaily to apply a plan of restoring
i.ider and d-cent government In Mexico."
Tribute lo tlie President.
The .1oriiinj; 'ntf pays a generous pet
on.il trlbuto to .Mr Wilson's otlulnntlty,
his strength of mind and his htuh prin
ciples. The paper undent, however, what Im
pression the messaite will have on the Sen
ate and on those Americans who, while
believing that the optimism regarding tin
crumbling prestige of lluerta Is justified,
fear that Predlent Wilson Is too san
guttle lu taking tho downfall of (leu.
lltieita fni gianted and In assuming that
the downfall would solve the problem.
This newspaper falls to see any signs of
a illsltiteresrlicl spirit among the revolu
tionary chiefs nnd pttsllcts tint after the
fall of lien, lluerta there wdl he H gen
eral sctainble for power. It adds
"If Pi.-sldent Wilson maintains his st
tltude of championing constitutional gov
ernment the I'nlteil States will !.. hound
miner or later to Intervene lu all Centra!
Anieilcau lepubhes. This would be vviv
much like a pollc of protectotat. s ''
Confidence In Wilton,
The SfnHiuid bus the following to sa
regatdlng Ptesldent Wilson's stand on
"Theie ate no giounds either for ipirs.
tinning th.- accuracy of President Wil
son's calculations ot fot not Imping that
Ills fot. last Will eventually be JllstHled "
Tin- intv Mull sa :
'The policy of watchful waiting h,(
disarmed tlne critics who had sought r.
attribute predatoiy alms to the Washing
ton f!ov eminent."
The Dmlu .V u s sa:
"Seldom has a Presidential nns'aie
contained so many bold and original Ideas.
The championship f coic-tttutlonal ;ov
eminent 1 a new form of the Monroe
ixi.trne which tn.tv Involve pratO-a!
dllllcilltl. s bill Is nevertheless plefer.lWe
to Itoosevelt a iU sllok.' V Inch chastised
without teaching ami led to Imperialistic
adventures, i,t the genesis of wh'i'ii
Unite ie-s hi i. not strangers
SAYS V. S. HELPS BRIGANDS.
tml Hampers HiiertH, h laimlon
Tlnif" Man In Mitleu.
lic..i f.iMV l,.-ifl. to Till M
I . Mi iv, Hec 3 Th- Mexico rltv .or
respondent of the Tfin cables mat it has
1 nine iiecessar to call attention to th-
desperate situation whah is developing In
Mexico as a cons. iii,-nc,. of the attitude
of the Ptiited States, whose appatent In
tention Is to fieeye out lien lluerta
The railed States, savs ihe corresjsit.d
tit. stems to regard the tiouhle In the
noith as putelv ii volutlonary, with all
the ih.eft.ilns lighting for the same caue.
Ills, he points out, ."ght lie admitted la
'. rtain Instances, but on the whole the
illsturham es are Insplied by a desire fo.
brigandage and are metely manifestations
of an .inll-s.n'lal teiideuc.v
I In 1 1..1 mils atrocities arc being isun
m.tted, savs the coi r spondent, and there
ha. e been mutlliatlotis, tortures, muiders.
rapine, a I sun. attacks against women ami
.vounu guls and w holesali- slaying of
Tin- wanton distinction of lailway, niln
iii and other piopcrtles ! a dally o, nnt
i.nc. and Is inereaslnu. The policy of
tile Pulled Slatis, ho adds, assl-ts the
bandits and hampers the constituted ilov
. i ninent
The coi respondent add thai if (Jen
lluerta's stiong h.ind Is temovul the re
mits will be appalling Americans iniil
icilixe, he sis, ihat tin- temoval of the
piovislonal Piesldent will lead to chaos
and will lulllcl untold iniseiy on millions
of Iniiiueul belli.
"No vvoids in., tmi sitting, " savs the
''lines i on. spoil. lent, "to etnpluislr.e Ihe
llsastious efiecls which will follmv If the
piesent luetics ale continued. Tills Is Ihe
opinion of all fotelgners hete"
The 7 lines pilnis In lis' linaiicial section
an attlcle which, although not edltoil.il.
has special pinmlnom e The writer spec
illales legaidliig the future of Ureal
llrltaln In ll .nt ia I Ainciiciin irpuliiic,
M lilt .
"Tlie Anietlcan pi es hss sounded a
soil of commercial to sin of which a
plain Interpretation Is that the proximity
of llie I'nlteil States to Mexico entitles
her lo priority In tlie matter of concessions
and the control of the latter country. The
same strenuous outgrow lb of the Monroe
linctrliie has been heard with reference to
"ll Is not without visible signs nf Irri
tation that London tlimnelers have wit
tiessed what they legatd ns the tlllne
submission of the Pearson group to this
virtual rlnim nf monopoly,
"What Inlluenecs, Ministerial or other
wise, may have been brought to bear on
the Colombian cohcesslonalies In Induce
them to withdraw' In obedience p, ul(l ,,.w
Voik prem are not ami pi nimbly w ill
never b known. Tin fact Itself Is stiff i
elenily disagreeable and In relation lo
Mexico sufficiently ominous,
"II looks vety much as If the policy
of the I'nlteil Slates In a prelude to nnie
new ariangemi-nt under which mineral e.
ploltatlon of tUitoo may b preserved
W. & J. SLOANE
ENGLISH XVIII CENTURY
SUPERIOR course LUNCHEON 75c-(Music)
EXTRAORDINAIRE 1 seven t. one
Attention also called to
Our Popular Lunch and Dinner Resort of the Shopping Zone,
Broadway, 29th-30th Stree:
foi American rather than lirttish capital,
lu certain sections of the city tlie feel
Iiik prevail nt that KiirIIiIi Inteiests may
plobubly he eiidatiBered anil that it ll
tune for :i candid protet against the
i.in.vlin,' of u conciliatory policy to the
extteme lenijtli of self.extlnctlon "
The second of the m.ili articles b 'lie
Vimcx's .Mexico cotretpondent, dated Mon
teiev, .N'ovemlsT 1, saa:
'The damage e-aiis-d by tlie t -! i ,
.Monteny alone is estimated at $.,liiin,inii,
apart from the complete paralysis of bul
nes and the wanton destruction of in",
load', eiiKims and frelirht car. Th
m.ihx of the .Mexican' regjrd civil wa
ii' a perfectly natural condition and would
not worty If .t continued forever.
'lve.lth. of there- .Mexicans haw no
conception of anv form of government ex
cept the personal Kovernnient bv fo.ee
I'lVV ..I IV even for Ihe present lll'tllll .ill-
oi f.u lefoun. They are llnhtln Peciuse
It p.ijs better to tWht than to wink or lie-i.lll-e
tlle.v have been impressed uito set
v I. e m Hi,. ,i-iu Hutu sides punl'h loot
iiij at .en, ein times and ,n certain pl.iecs,
but t- j,u-. em uvvertlnless and often lve
lo be .nked at.
'Ine 'ale eif ammunition b.v the Ked
i r.n- to 'he enemy's asents is a teirul.i
tr.illh The. . dv triumph of the Unv-
eminent l the orilv hope of fi prolonyi'd
pe.ee e. '
The unlet rxii(,i svmpathv iml re
pee i fe- many 'otitinitionalit lenders.
Speaking of Saks
Overcoats and Suits
at $20 to $28
You are respectfully requested
to get this!
C Wc have no monopoly of fabrics, no mort
gage on color, no controlling interest in design
But from the discrimination shown in the fabrics
of these $20 to $28 garments, it might be readily as
sumed that we possess all of the above advantages.
C We have no prior claim on cutters and wc do
not employ all the good cutters in the world
4," But to compare the immaculate cut of these $20 to
$28 garments with the cut of others, is to wonder
where the other good cutters are!
Wc do not employ all the tailoring talent avail
able, for there is more of it than wc can use
!But to see how exquisitely put together these $20 to
$28 garments are, is to suspect that we have sepa
rated the cream of genius from the milk of talent.
i And finally, wc arc not the only tailoring shop
in town, even though wc like to think o
l But we are the only shop in town when it comes to
the knack of putting into a garment, at any price,
that inspirational something called Style!
Ihl'llliiiliii'iKMm coi mncn ucci
" -J m w I IS
MENS & BOYS' CLOTHING.HATS & FURNISHINGS
Wearing comfort is a big factor in our clothes
it indicates well-balanced clothes-building.
Service, style, and reliable fabrics augment
this comfort, all being supplemented by a
price that warrants conviction in the wisdom
of your purchase.
Sack Suits $18 to $50
Winter Overcoats $18 to $75
As tor Place &l Fourth Avenue
ONE BLOCK FPOM BROADWAY SUB WAV AT DOOR
AND 47TH STREET
43d TO 44th
hut he Is unable to see'that theli o
will put nn end to the ellsorders.
"TlieV liive pel cle-ar ideM," lie Mi -
to wli.it tlte-y weiulil eln If they e-ani.
power, and an- even undcchb'd a.
whom tiny vvemhl tun for I'rrs. .
Revolution would succeeel reveilutlio
eiidb"s vlxl.i eif u series eif triumph"
j Ioiik eliawn ellseirelei that can b" pn'e
imly by a strunK and Just povenimi
"If tin' piesent rcKlme lacks thoac j it
itlis .Mexleei can hanlly Iiope lr setn,
own tioubles and will have to be .,
, lth by some, eitlie.r hand "
Ask to see
The Renaissance Series
Cecil Aldin's Hunting Card
Dr. J. H. Jowett's Letter?
The Mary C. Low Cards
in the lai'Re carel room at
681 Fifth AV., near 53d St.
A i eililii.e' Muck i alrei at
Everyman's Book Store
31 West 23d Street