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VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 297.
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916. Copyright, lDlfi, by (he Sim Printing nnil Publishing Atnocintion.
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TOWN 30 MILES
Kilter lliulitiitz and Control1
rait of Rumanian
Muscovite Left Is Astride
Line Running Through
KaiM'i-s Arin.v Regius Of -
I'ensive Against the
tpmnt Cable Ttrtpnlrh to Tnr Sex.
T.qnpoN. Juno 22. The city of lla-
(iiu'z. In the southern Itukowlna, eleven
in !r southwest of tho Sereth, fell to- i
f.i Ihe llnssl.iii. ncisirdilii? to Ihe
..... . ,
cm. .a. iimioiiiiccmcui oy ...:lruK...
ll.nlaui. lies a little more than nine i
m ics west of the Itunianlan frontier.
Ps capture put the Ituj-i-liins In pos.
t"ion of thirty miles, nr one. half, or
l;tim.ir a's western border, thu.s iMilat
i the nortliwc stern part of that coun
try tiom the I'entral I'tiweis.
The fall ol It.ul.iutr. futther places
t ie extreme left wins f Hell. Itruslloff's
l!i rfillns armies in full control of the
lailwuy running vertically ihixiuRh the
Dukowlna, from Zalesczvkl to It.idautz
nd threaten th" Miulhern proloiiRitloii
ol this line runnini; throiiKh Suczawa
Into thu interior uf Itum.inia. Thus the
Itussau 00111111.111 hu now, in Hie lira
from Tarnupol hi norihwestun tijuuia
down to It.idautz, an ex.-tllent U.im' rail
way for the continuation of hm offmislve.
Moreover, the new Itussian advanc;
Into tho southern llukowina Io.i1h a blow
to the commercial relations recently cs.
Uvbllshed In-tween Hiimnni.i and the On
tral l'owers by the coil' hislon of the
trade agreement bv whlii Hie threo
Powers are to export ir. one anouier
urplua quantities of foudstulfs. .Mu.'h
of the ?raln shipped ftom Ituiiianla to
ustrU and lierniany under this com
pact went via the tin harcsl-'lliid.ipett.
Vleniia-Ilerlln ra!lwa.. With a 1! i.-slan
urniy frontliiK the weHtein Ituiii.itilan 1
imruer IIiroUKIi wnicli tills line inns,
not a ton of Kum.inlaii (umli cu. reach
ne Central llmplres by this route, while
i the other hand lliimanla becomei
l.irily dependent uon Ituss.a.
Vssiuiles eir Aspeel.
Itusian drive In the south
a new aspect In that It
a tightening of the foes block-
ihe reuioiilc couiilrlee. If pushed
. i r o the south, to thu Panube, oi
i river the bulk of the coinmercl.il
iiie is carried on, the new trada
ml! be rtiluccd to nil, Humania
i-ol.ited and virtually blockaded
-'ii' the north, northwest, and east
l.. nk Si.ii. while the Teuton. Hul-
in Macidoma army will bv placed
eeii the Htii-tans and the Kranco
Tne fa of Hadailtz compel the Aus i
' j-llungarian troops In the southein
il.owliia to ietrv.it befoie the Husslans
tn the fnothlllR o( the CarpaHilms.
roin liad.iutz a railway Hue run due
'si ns (.ir as l'rasln. When the Aii'
.i'.s rea. h that point In the moiin-
Minus region, they will be practically
' rt ir, n rad coinmunioitloii and will
have ui wmk their way through the hills
i. 'Miein lines which are. In turn,
ti ny the Hussluns driving toward
V'ii" from the success In the south
the Itussiui offensive made no progress
In tne i.ici twenty-four hours, but, on
tlie contrirv. suffered a serious checK In
volhjn.a. where the German reenfnrce
meni ire imparting more and morn
ftuhlmrnm-.s to the Austro-llungirlan
resi.t.inee, ami even have enabled thu
a"iimptmn of a counter movement In
the i outre. Mill! heist of KlIV cl.
The d.iv h'. night no nbatenient In the
f't' "'is 'IgV ii- w libit ha been going
' i ' ir h jeel. .hi i tie Kolki-Sokul sector
Pf the situ Their. id value halted by Hen.
i. 'u- i.eii. 'in Itiishlans tiled again
and .ma n to hi. ,ik Hie Teuton front In
an fffort lo dr.ve thioligh to Knvel, hut.
B.eoiilimr to lleilin, all the onslaughts
faded. P.euiein Sokul and Liulcwk.i,
here the liiissians ure trying to force
a crossing of the Stokhod, the only
tMtut.ll nhitarle separiltlllg them fiom
K'nel, the lighting was particularly
fnoelnu The Teutons held their front
(gainst all attaiks.
on I'O'll sides of tho
TurtJ.i It vii. west i,r Lmzk, and down
- tie town 'if ijoroihoiv, north of the
.si Ian bonier line, the Hiisslnii. ac-
coiiim,- in Hie i.iMii.ni War uirice, were
dilven furtli. r h.n k.
Kienl Mai iiil i. hi llindenbiirg al the
'mi netted his attacks south -it
I'wmi-K I le H. rlln ilisposH of lliese
l lieralein. w III ,, leerei, e to "SUcies.i
' paliol in. in s.hii." ihe Itussian War
"th admits ihii in,. Herman west ,if
'.use Vtshnletl' line wes, uf Wllllill cap
iie.l some llu.-s an liein hes, but add
' 'hey were la-el dllVi 11 ollt.
I he reroc tj of th. lighting In Volhyni.i
'" iii'lnated b a -i iitetice In tlie Hus-1
m olllclal repiit to Hm effect that "flu
'I'lsricr was given, as the enemy Usui
X..iivi. bullets. ' The M,.ie of Ibis
I i . 'niil.ir iKCuneiiie was in the region
'' V oroniiiln, east of ihe Stokhod. The
I r -i.in here look 21 S prisoners. Inrliid
I ib four olllceis Ap.ui from 1H1O Her
nia, reported taken west of Sokul, no1
fir nir captures nie announced by Pelro-
The lliissliln Iteport,
The Itussian War 'ilfhu stutemerit
l 11 s
Ti.e Germans, are viotentiv homhard
the region of the IKkul bridge-
On Wednesday night, following ur-
Contlnurri on filh Payc.
GERMANS EVADE BLOCKADE.
American l.nnl llcliiu Supplied lir
r rn it k f 1 1 r ( I ii ti I c I in 1 1 1 y,
Sptdul Cahlf liftHitrt la Till: Six
t.o,iov, June 22. untlng Hip lint
trrihtmnchr (.'otiruiif ut stating that tho
municipality of rriiiikfort-on-thc-Maln
j will niiiply On' Kiiulatliin Willi Amcrl- ;
ran lard tin- lufj Mull asks how II got j
through tin! bloikadc.
SAYS GERMANS NEED SEA.
Von TlrplU Sii .Nnllon'B Life Will
Dwindle Otherwise. 1
IIkiiMN, via Amsterdam, June 22. Sea 1
power Is a (iimlniniMit.il fartnr necessary
fur Germany li avert ".-low but wire de
cline," according to Grand-Admiral von
Tlrpltz. former Minister of Marine, In a 1
letter published In a Hcrllh newspaper.
i poii returning from
ami America nineteen
Tlrpltz writes, lie was convinced that
Hnglahd would use the most ttro:ne
measures to prcvint Germany's (urther
devvloptnenl. Ills letter sas:
"ncrnianv absolute!) riiiulres (or her
wholesome economic life to be a sea
factor, otherwise she would slowly but
surely decline. '
GERMAN EXCHANGE DROPS.
Sliiirp I -1 1 In iiislcrdiilii Ke
lt ie I Wan I ii k Credit.
'n.l VitMr llf'I'ltrS In Tlir. til x
IrfiNtus. June 23 -The Amsterdam
c irreapoiiilent of the T liars telegraphs ;
"The late of exchange sharply re
lied Hie declining credit of Germany
owing to the mllltarv situation. There
has hern almost a pinle i.erman c.x-
I'd. (ST'.j cents) to
The rate for 1n(i
marks, wliah was 4 1 05 florin on J title
2H Is now 12 '.i florins,
"Austrian exchange declined Is. 3d.
(30 cent) to-diy.
"London exchange was steady."
GERMANS SEEK SWISS FOOD.
lleniilnil, Couplcil With 'III rent, la
Vliiile lor Supplies.
Itr.iiN, June 22 (leiMuny has re-
quest d thf Swiss Government to
ml (lu, ,M,r,,)(in , (i(.rnM)iy uf tfot.
t,, ,,mj f,iHturfs co'lccted by lierman
ncMits m Svv lt rWnd. r.diral t'oun-
ellor Sihultuess made imhllc the Her
iii.iu demand In I'arllameiit.
lierMiany has warned Switzerland
that if he refuses to allow the cott m
and food t'. puss the evjiortatlon from
licrininy to Snltzulaud of mal. Iron
anil olhir n.neary supplies will be pro
hibited. T'us would mean that Swiss In
dustries would l e completely hatted.
The Swiss Government hm asked for
time, and I sending a delepatlon to
I'arls to confer with representative of
U BOAT VISIT TO SPAIN
RENEWS PEACE RUMOR
Submarine Kilters Cartagena
Uearinir Letter From Kaiser
to Kinir Alfonso.
I'aiiis, June 22. Despatchm from
Cartagena, Spam, stale that the !er-
Mihm.uiiie l'-3i arrived there to
day. I. lout von Arnauld. the comman
der of the undersea boat, born a letter
to King Alfonso from the Kaiser, which
Is said to lont.iln an expression of
thinks for the kind treatment given 1
bv Sn.iiii to the Ciirmnn lefugces (rom
the Kamerun. I
The submarlni- ailchoicd beside the.
Interned lierman steamship Knmn. but
nt the leipiest of the hnib'r authorities
moved to a berth mar the Spanish
ctulser Cntaluna. Iloth the cruiser and'
a de"ro)er were ordered to watch Hi"
siioniaiine anu insiruciions were issueo ,
lo keep the entrances to the Harbor
lighted with powerful searchlights
Late last night the Secretary of the
Herman Hmbassy arrived at Cartagena
from Madrid to receive the letter for
i King Alfonso. He went on board with
the Herman Consul to see the com
ma nib r
Hi ports have been eh ciliated In Mad
Vld that Spain and Hermany have been
In iniiimuiiiiatlou coniernlng peace, It
was slated In the press there last month
that King Alfonso might make a movo
for peio e soon.
H Is lepoiled lb it the Knlser sent an
autograph letter to the ope expressing
the hope that thi' Pontiff and the Span
ish King might ho able to bring about
peace negotiation It has also been
stated that the Knlser intended to send
two representative to each of the bel
ligerents to prepare thuu for a peace
f. ru -
MORE TAX ON FOREIGN INCOME.
Ilrllllin lo Vdd
Hurl nit War,
.' - The u solution of
Li x'tio.x, June
lieg.nald M. Keiuu. Chan, el or of the
Kxf lieqier .tnp.it!,g an additional in
nunc lax of iwo shilling- in lie pound
on Incomes from foreign Investment. was
ii'leed upon bv the llou' of Commons
to-d,iy, although seviril lueinhciH at
tempted to auiciid the measure
Mr. McKcima agte.ii m iimu the tax
In the duration of the w n If tne war
contliiueil very much longer, the Chan
cellor said, the Hoviriment would be
obliged to Issue further list of American
securities which It would pinchiise In or
ilei to cieatc a baianie In lavor of ling,
land In the 1'ulli.d Suites
ALLIED LABOR TO MEET.
Cull for onlerenee In l.oinloo on
.lnl .1 Issiieil,
P.vitl. June 22 ihe Heneial Con fed '
er.itlon of Labor his calbd an Interna
tlrninl labor . ongres- of Hie iillhsl conn-,
tile to meet in lemdoi' on July 5,'
Kl clu b llritish ll 'l.i.in. It il in. 1 1 II si
slan and I'otliigiiese lalmr oi -'aulzallou
wllMie ii ;.res( tited ill the eonures. which
Is to cons der innn labor questions in
Hie llllled nliptnos
The cnngreHS ts leg.irilid us a sequel
to the recent allied economic cinifeienrc.
BRITAIN TO STAND NEUTRAL.
Vhsiiiiics OH mill Other Interests In
Mcilcn Will lie Protected,
tlirnttl t'tilile llesit'ttrl' tn Tim Six
LoNpos'. Jilim 22 --lliqulili s at ollh lal
qiiartir lo-diiy in connection with Hie
ci 11 lietwicu the I'mliil Slate and
Mexliu weie mid thill Hle.it llillaln
wishes lo colli mile iiimnletcly iieiitral in
! Ihe .Mexican trouble and coiillilenflv u.
Hiliiie. that Meico will take tneasuies lo
plotect Hie llrlllsll oil piopelly own if
it lake icprlsal.
Thu Wi cndif Ktnnitanl says
"As Washington' altllude Is under-
si noil hero It Is such us U reassure the!
oil Interest";." .
END OF WAR IS
NEAR, ASSERTS i
""' '" w,ml,i;0BREG0N OFFERS
uuusiropiio. rsiys me
'U'-rl-titlIilST 3IKTI10DS j
DKCLAIiEI) A FA I LI II Ej
S.tcuil Cubl' pfimleh In Tlir. Sfx. ,
I.0NI.0N, June 22 A reniirkablopre-j
diction of eaily peace Is contained In i
an nrtlcle In forirorr(., the olllclal nr-
Kan of the i.etmiin Socialist party. The
llieatest Importance Is attiiihed to the
nrtlcle In view of the (net that It passed
tho Herman censor ib spite the fact that
! It contalhs a nroohecv couched in n
scathing ilfiiunciiition of the spirit of
militarism and Imperialism which for-inu-rM
eharKOs led to tho war. The '
article reads In p.trt ns follows: i
'TIih Xatlonalletn and Soclallbts nt
indeed rlcht whin they assert that the
ui eply rooted system of capitalism and
Imperialistic n illonallsin has embltteied 1
the Industrial relations between the na
tions nnd the national Kroupi to the !
utmost ib Kree and Dually led to the
catastrophe of thli world war.
"IJxperlencis of the past can afford ui
little hope of h peaceful development '
III the future, but what If this wi.ild
catastrophe to ipiote a striking phr.ihe
used by the Imperial Chaii.-eltor should
ouch more sllliolv liroof. llti.inswer.ible.
serious proof,' that Imperialism, with
Its last word, war world war and with
its militarist and Impel lallt method.,
has failed mid should compel us not to
further the devtlopment of thce meth
ods, but to tlml a new solution'.'
Itoorl lo Vrbllrnllon.
"What if the i.inuon stroke .is ultima
ratio were in tins case sel aside and
the sword no longer drawn to cut the
t.ordlan knot- What If Matcsmanshlp ,
wire idled upon to settle tho problem 1
for the i,t lehbnrinir nations f l'-urooe-
"What If Hie Pens of the diplomatists
nul to .I.-! I...., bal tu p!
whli h -J vainly sought to
ir end back lo Its sheath?
uf ii:-. inn. urn lit and of an
International court of arbitration is nee-
issarliv a Utonla. an Ideal plaything for
thu phllosopheib so lung an imperialism
and mllitar.Mii arc the Used toils of the
nationalistic and capitalist i interests
and are cab ul.r.ed '.o obtain a clear
"Hut the moment ''icso lealistii' meth
ods fall and Hie might of tin bayonet
no longer turns the scales, the Idias of
arbitration will be sien to have real
value. Military method will ! lele-
gated to their side in t!i r limpet realm,
rhe result of a lonf. am ..decisive con-'
llict i" to give real and striking impor- 1 f' on board the regular passenger tr.i. lis
tanie to the Idea of llsarin.iuii . and ur-1 to-inonow , leaving from .1"" to 3SH
bltration, and it .ipiuais to Is- tne last I Am. rlcans. .mil tbi- w.ll probabl) e
I, twl utilv ni.ithiul of M .Hun.- the .onlllLt . mam liulctlnilelv Mr Howe said Hut
0f interi sts
It is true that to many military1
States such an end of the gteatest lila-1
torlcal struggle between the stronge-t
in.Ht.iry Power 111 history go against
the grain. Hula, with her inexhausti
ble supply of linn and her means of In
dustrial development, would Kgard tho
limitation of hei armiiiiientH with e.Ms
uufavorah.e as Lnglaml wouiit loox
:i diminution or uer ueei, which
would make an cud of hul abrolute mils
t ...... ,.r il... k.. .
"Hut the force of the Indiistilnl neces-I
sltv and a new grouping of thu Powers
should bring loinession In this direction
Just as It is likely to place a damper
upon the fantastic plan of other nations
to rule the world. ,
"We need not trouble too much about
the feasibility of such international ar
rangements. Trustworthy menu of
control winiid easily be created, for if
the condition of military preparation In
every State were an open sicret the ap
paratus devis.d for inlet national control
would work ull the more easily and sc.
curelv, bicauso all Slate, even the small
neutral countries, would have the liveli
est inl.rist in the matter.
"Anv disloyal attempt to break the
peace would b" revolted .igaln-t and th"
offender at once be In ought before the
Intei national tribunal "'t up for dealing
with siuh cases. Though Ihe proverb
'Where there's a will there's a way' may
lie thought a trllle banal. It ha the,
greatest possible value for International
i "If a fundamental understanding could
be arrived at detailed anailgometits nod
1 not oflcr the slightest dllllciilt.v . The
I Socialist who aiu regarded with such
distrust by Hie capitalists with thi Ir
1 tendency t" divide the nations into hns
i tile c.iinps. would Ibid a I I'll Ibid for
work in this matter. All the strength
of the So. nil Pemocrats would rally to
the maintenance of these Intcrn.illonil
"We earnestly lllist that our polltl
' clans nnd paiilaiiienlarl in will devote
their attention to these Idea which have
for a long time been discussed In neu
' tr-il and eliemv countries by those who
! have a right uniler"tanillng of this world
wat A way would then 1 tnund out of
this world ciitasliophe more quirk y than
by llxlng a fatalistic glance nt tho
"It Is certnln that niaiiv will urge the
old objection against u that 'the veil- Is
.full of Hweet wine' Hul we answer
with Titer 'Heboid, these n. not '
drunk as e siippot-e.' for unless we are
mtv much di reived, till Is the eleventh
hour of this world catasttophi "
GREY URGES WORLD UNITY.
fen n Niillons Vtusi strive lo Pre
vent Vnollier W'nr.
I lei mail Ilei iisleln, editor of the ,t mrr
nun Win ic, gave out vesteidav a letter
he received from Sir IMvvnrd tlrey, the
llritish His'rotary of Stnte for Torelgn
Affairs, in reply to an liiqultv ri garillnif
bis views as In the prospects of pence.
Sir IMwaid niisweis the question us fill
"I believe the best work nMitrals cm
do fin Hie moment i to wmk up opinion
for such mi ngi isqiient between natlonn
an will prevent a war like Ihls from
"If nations nan pccii nuncu in hiicii nu
ngieciiient and piompl and lesoluto to
Insist In July. TJll, that tho illspniu
must be riferrnl lo confetence or In The
Hague and that the Helglaii dealt must
Ihcro would juvo been no
U. 5. PLEDGES AGAINST WAR OF INTERVENTION;
PERSHING REPORTS TROOPS WERE AMBUSHED;
0,000 MILITIAMEN ORDERED TO THE BORDER
AMNESTY TO REBELS
Issues Appeal for All to .loin
Carranzistas in F.vent
t5 MOKK T. S. llEFI'(iKKS
American Cnnsiil.s Ordered
Out: Some Already on
litri4l CiKIr lifitlch la Tlir. Sc.
MkxKd fur, June 22. (Jen. Hhrejou,
I'arranza's Minister of War. to-day sent
a circular to all th military cominind
ers of the lepnblle urderlm; a Rcnerat
amnesty and authorlzltiR them to en
toll for active service nil reliel leaders
wllllmc to surrender and supixirt the
Constitutionalist administration In the I
event of a war with the t'nlted Statex,
Kxceptlon, however. Is made against
"leaders of reactionary bands.''
The circular announces that (Jen. Joe
label Itoliles, who was Minister of War
under (!utlerre7.. is now mtv-Iiir with the
Coii-tltutloniillsts. The document de
Icl.ires that alt rebels refusing to sur-
1 lender will henceforth b. consldernl an
outlaws and traltois.
It adds that there is no reason why
1 revolutionary leaders should renviln
.divided at a time when all should labor
together In the defence of their lountry.
I .Ml Vlucrlcnn I. elive.
This was the most quiet da) In Mexico
j 1 1 1 hlme the crisis besan. The isipu-
line neither paiuded throuKh the streets
r , ull. ,,. deiiioiistiutlou. Special
Agent ItOh-ers did not ricelve a single
telegram, ailleric.llis, iioweier, are un
lug advantage of the lull to leave or
iithrrvvlsc dispose of themselves, their
f.iiio'oin .,iil ti.ili -,.r; i.-:;.. Ir. onicr t?
weather He storm If Its bleaks
on!) a hundied and fifty odd Anierl
lans took advantage of ti.e spni.il tialn
to-day, the minority pieferritK
their chanre atio.iM regular
Pii.iscnKi r trains, thus uvoidlris travelling
exilu.-lvel In box can- The regular
ti .ilti had not b it up to late to-day, uw
.ng to the deljv of the authorities In
furnishing an armed guard to go aboard.
The stations .re tilled will- American,
hi-clng friend. and lelatlve oft All uio
ltlltlah Consul Howe, who was inter
viewed by Hie i epre.entalive of Tub '
in. said that according to hi c.ucu-i
ieiions noout ;uu .viiier.i.ins win nave
about nil the A inei lean are til from
Paihuia and the HI mo mining district.
Americans fr mi those district say
that the m.nes are in the hands of
tnistworth) Mexican nfliii.il-- Very few
American are remaining
Arnold Shiuikl.n, forniri American
CunstiLHeneral. ami other men well In-
tornied on the situation, think that le-.
thin a thousand An.ei leans leinain in
the whole lepiibll.' out of an uilgin.il
40.0MII They think that only about
twetitv-tlve altogether remain ,n the city
of Puebla and
the ilinnnjiiaio mltilns
illHtrici rnose a' rtieoia are easily i.i
reach of Vera Cruz lMiuel I niton, foi-
nier Hearst repri s illative, and Wllllnni
Kiinn of ihe light ami power company
remain In the Mexico clt penitent l.l 1.1
I . . Consuls Ordered llul.
onuials under Hodgersat the embassy
say that all Ameilcan Consul In the
republli Imve I'een ordered out. They
sav that Sllllman of Satt.Uo nnd llnimii
of Toiieon nru on the frontier Consul
Jenkins of Pucbl.i left to-dav for Vera
Cruz Consiil ir Vgent Hoblnson of
i'axnc.1 arriveo neie io-oa, u iving lerv
bis pot In i hame of In- Arthur, an:
Ameilcan. who will remain I
Mr Hohlnson :is th it seine tlfij'-two'
Ainellciins lemain III the Statu of Oax
ac.i. Jenkins reports that some fifteen!
Americans remain in the clt of Puebla. I
Theie are no Indications vet of Special i
Auent Hodgir tiMciiliig his passport. I
nor has he received Instruction to leave, j
If he doe leave he will pin 111 affairs i
under the charge of a foreign diplomat.
Mexican olllcl.il.. ineiinw Idle, revealed
lesentmeiit lou.ud Ihe ntlitililu dls
pln.ved In the Anteiicaii note It wns
earefiillv sttid.ed bv iliu I'.iiianza and
Ills Cabinet cHtcril.iy and lo-day, but
no ni i ii niinoiin. enieui was m.'ii u con-
on m iimi.-i iK'in.ii " i.i.nmoi
llvit the text of llle I 'ntt.nl States note
vvniiiii proiiaiiiy no puuiisueu in ru witmn
Mexican officii s.iv i'.iiianza on
tlniies in receive messages from all trts
of the eountiv piotreilng sciviie. of men
ml women In dii'iti. ii of their country
against invasion Among the offers Is
one of 25,i)iiii nu n Hum Puebla A entile
gi.'ini received f-otr pn nos Aires states
that the press there Is veiv cnipliatlo
In .lisappiov.il in' anv possible Interven
tion In Mexl-os nfr.Hr In' the United
Manager Hopfni r anil the members of
Hie Ixiaril of directors of the Hank of
London and Mexico bate been sentenced
to thli Iv diys 1 1 1 1 1 i Isonnieiit in Hie peni
tentiary for lefuslng In nc.ept as legal
tendiii the Cnrranza pain r curreiu v In
payment of a debt which 't had been
stipulated should be llqulilileil In such
lir D iiis, Am. rl. . ui Consular agent
at liuailaliijara, left theie lo.ilav for
Manzanlllo with all the Ainui leans de
lr'"5 to bate II Is supposed that they
i iiiharkeil for California
Miplstii Agiill.it If. iv It ii statement
Dial Hen I'eisliuig was responsible for
Mi. Can i.al iKht. ns Ticviim warned 111 in
in remain n position, adding that
Max.. IPS ll.iid III self-defence III
I'eisblug when he moved
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sif ei.W falilr lirtimtrh lo Til x St v
KlNilHToN, Jamaica, Juno 22 The
eastern end of the Island of .lam, ilea
tvii si Hlinken hv an earthquake last night,
No damage has bfen rcKrtc1,
U.S. TROOPS RAKED
BY MEXICANS' FIRE
Around Americans Dur
ing n Parley.
VEHS1IIX0 SKXDS It K POUT
(ieneral Unslied Aid to Kviio
dition Losses Not Yet
Known at Itnsc.
sas Antomo, Te June 22. An
count of the i Ircumstances leadlni:
to nnd the beRliiniiiR of the Carrlzal
Unlit of Wednesday was received at
ten. I'unston's lieailrpiartf r late to
nlRht rrom Hen. I'ershlnir. The story
was told to the. latter by straKRlIni:
ncRro troopers returnliiR to Oen. I'ersh-
The negroes left soon after the be
KlnnlnK of thu fight and could telt noth
ing about the casualties, the endurance,
of the tight or the results.
The tiisjp.s Involved were Troops II
and K of the Tenth Cavalry. Capt.
I Charles T. Iloyd coimiiuniled II and
Capt. Lewis S. Morey had charge of
Troop K. Capt. Iloyd was In com
mand and a Mexican had It that the
the "commanding officer" was killed.
At llrst It was reported Morev was
These tw-o troop., IVrshing reported,
wen) out on a scouting expedition and
Joined June 2", whkh was Tuesday.
llod was the senior olllier and took
command Th!o was. at ojo Santa Do
u.ingo, looking f.ir bandits, the com
! man.l lift camp at t o'clock the niornlriff
of June 21, yesterday. At 7:30 o'clock
they came to within a mile of the little
low prattle village of Carrlzal.
Mere the romnvinil halted nnd Capt. I
llovd ent a Mexlran guide In his employ
forward to Carrlzal to ask the com-
mandlng olllcer in the village for iht-
mission to pass through the town. The
guide found (Sen. Oomex In command,
He refused to glv permission for the
American troopers to go through
Then Immedlalely afterward he -em
a man out saying that the force could
pas Hitough the town, that In- had
changed his mind, piovidlng the Amer!-
can coiniiiander would stop for a par!e.i 1
In the streets ISefore dipt Hoyd culd
reply to this lloinez hltnsilf, with n
staff off leer or tw i
iv.i seen riding out.
i ney iipproacmsi
t cavalrymen and en-rated the officers In
J talk for some little time.
I V, hil this conversation wa m prog
ress, with the Mexicans seemingly In
a filiinlb attitude, it was observid that
Hie Mexican sold. era III the town were j
pouring out In considerable number. I
They stood back at a considerable ills- ;
t.inre, lisislug on They Ratlieied in a
lent- line that kept heniiing at the ends!
I until the Americans l.eoiinie apprehen- !
sic thin thev would be surrounded.
When the Mexican had arranged
themselves In an effective manner Hen.
1 c.uni.v. letircd A he reached the right
end of thi formation that had appeared
, m the short time his men opened a ter-
. itlc storm of bullet on the Americans.
pant tnvd ordered his men to ill
timililt and return the fire. This was
,niU. the Amei leans attempting to form
;1 ltu t,f skirmishers.
Vceolllll of StrilKulrrs.
I Thi wa the account of the tight in
I s.i far .iH C.eii Pershlnu had obtained It
froin the stragglers,
TllM nr-t Mr.iggling ttooper to resch
p.. perslung lud been detailed by Iloyd,
wh,,n Mr r,fr(.d his men to dismount, to
i M)1,i scs for those who went forward
, ,,, ,)Khl Tills horse holder ran away,
, ,M umu.rstood. with some of the other
straggler, to give Infortintion to other
memoirs of the detni hnient who were
acting as rear guard None of them
staved to liarn the outcome
Hen 1'iiiisloii has Issued no ord, rs In
Hen. Pershing lelatlve In his letrlbiltlvii
action, or to hi future movements That
mutter I up to Washington.
Hen Pershing's llrst Intimation that
there had been n tight re.n bed him from
lien. Kunston. Illllnedlatelv lie sent out
I two squadrons of thu Klevonth Cav.ilrv
with orders to hurry toward Carrlzal
i and give any aid, If needed, to the troop
ers who inlirht Ifavu escaped the ambush
, of the Mexican
I No word was received from him rela
i . , i, tu ,..i
! the mwsed tiie stragglers Nothing had
( pecn lieanl mini tne sqiiauion at rer-
' H,)n(.-H l(.-iitlin
! SCOUT TELLS OF FIGHT.
si, in pt. lloil nnil I, lent, ilnlr
Killed Trevlnii Amiln Warns.
i'ihiii'viii'a City. Juno 22 Hen. Tre-
vino declared to-day that If Hen. Persh
ing petslsts Iii mining his troops In any
dlictiion hut north he will attack as
did Hen. Home, nt Carrlz.il,
lie said that he will comply to thu
' utter with his superior, Hen. Obrcgon's,
i nier. and that all diplomatic arningu
meiitji nie out of his spheiu.
1 The seventeen American soldiers, no-
gio Hooper. of Hie Tuith Cavalry, w ho
were captured in the battle at Carrlzal
weie brought hue lo-itay with i,em II.
, Spillsbur.v, a Mnrm.iu scout employed
I b Hen Pershing, and were Interned.
i Splllsbury sin ll Hint Cipl Churl' T
Hoyd. who commanded
and Lieut. Henry
H. Adair went among
tho killed Capt
More, who was with
the Aliiiilcan detachment, was wounded
In Ihe shoulder, but escaped.
Splllsbiity's story, ns aiiiiouiiced by
Giii. Trevino, was to the effect that set'
i enty-slx negroes, comprising Troop
it. of the Tenth, (apt. Iloyd and Morey,
Lieut. Adair and himself composed the
American detachment that encountered
I th., Xlnvleiina
! H snld that he saw on the field the
,)n,,(.M of Iloyd ..nil Adair and al least
'eleven of the negroes. Ills account
"We Ufi Casas Grande on Sunday
C'oiiIihumJ on Second Pttyc,
FIRE ON U. S.
Commander Kavanagh of Gunboat Annapolis Says At
Sneakcd j tack on Launch Crew at Mazatlan Was Unjustified
' One American
Wasiilsoton, June 22. In olllclal ad
vices received at the Navy Oepartment
to-day Commander Arthur O. Kavatuiith,
commanding the Cnlted States gunboat
Annapolis, reports that Hie Mexican at
Mazatlan tired without provocation on
the American bluej ickets In the tight
which took place on Sundnv
The llrst slid was tired by a Mexican
-uitoms. ollbiat In uniform vvhllu lh
nn tor launch with the bluejackets
aboard was 100 yards from the dock
and returning lownid the ship Mexican
soldiers then opened lire and a party
of Japanese Joined them In riddling the
lauiiih with bullets.
Acting under orders Irom Commander
Knvnnifcli tho Americans had arms con
cealed In the launch and followed In
Uructlons In using them In self-defence.
lloatswaln'H Mate Laughter, who was
senior In the boat, ordered thu lire re.
turned and the Mexicans and Japanese
Hid In panic from the dock.
Several of the Japanese wer wounded
nnd are now reported to bo In the hos
pital. Laughter was hit twice and Is
pnvely wounded Coxswain Sheets suf
fered injuries to his fingers. Mazatlan
Is reported wild with excitement and
practically every Mexican there Id
Vmerlcnii Action Approved.
Secretary OjiiUIs made public the re
poll from Commander Kavanagh, which
ho received from Hear Admiral Wlnslow
commander In chlei of the Hacllle. iieet.
The Secretury made no comment on this
nport. It is uiul rstood, however, that
-.lie Navy Department fully npproves the
aitlon taken b Commander Kavanagh
and believes the American bluejackets
were fully Justified Hi resortliiK to their
arms. Otherwise they would piobably
have been kilted. It Is said.
The reason which prompted Comman
der Kiivunagh to send a launch ashore at
Mazatlan wan that he desired to ar-
range for taking uboanl ins hnip sucu
Americans as wished to leave the terror
stricken town. He knew that the Mexl.
can authorities had Issued u manifesto
forbidding American ulllcers or men from
bU ihloJo.Und anJherofore aeut. Kn-
sUn Kjn.Ing to parley "with the authurl-
He and assigmd Assistant I'.omadcr
Mow at as Interpreter
The tupoit stales t tint both Knlgn
Kessing ;uul Atisistant Paymaster Mowat
were at once arnsted when they set foot
on shore, despite the f.u.1 that Mowat
understood the Mexican otlUiuis to say
that they might land It was while Ihe
launch was returning to tho Annapolis
te report the arrest of the two Amerlian
otllcers that the tight started.
Ofllcers at the Navy Iiepartment point
out that the fact clearly indicate that
the American parly tried to avoid ii
clash. Kieii after the two olllcers were
seized by the Mexicans theie was, It IH
explained, no nggressive movement on
the part of the Americans, who. acting
under Kesng s ordei s, pioccciled to re
turn to the Annapolis and report the oc
Japanese I'nrllcl pal ion.
The participation of the .l.ip.uict-e
the dash is puzzling to officials lieie. It
Is notisl particularly that thu asseitlon
thai Japanese did Hie llring on Hie Amer
icans comes fiom lieu Mcrlir and other
Viscount Chlnda, the letirlng Japanese
Ambassador, had a conference at the
statu Hi ji.irtmeut to-day with Sccietary
Lansing. lie came csiieclall.v to au
lluUl.cc that H.1IIII1 Sato would sliccei d
him a Ambassador lure, but It Is uii
destu,id that he discussed uiuttcis in
whit II Japanese In Mi xico weie con
ccriicd. Iteport that the Japane.se Hovern
iii m is In utiy wh tiii'oiiragiug hostili
ties of Mcxi .aiis t mi a nl the Tinted
States are not for a moment cndltisl
here The present of a Japanese ciulser
mT Mazatlan Is bebevid to be an Indica
tion that .Lilian leais for the safety of
be. own subjects in the MexUau dis
oiders uiul tbeiofoiu has taken meisuie.s
to Insure then protect n il and to pro-
I Hepnties Vote ('oiifideiiee
Oovernnient its Secret
gptnal f oMr rtfuinlfi lo Tins Sis.
1 PaHIS, June 22 - At the dose
. afternoon of the secret session of
I Chamber of lieputics. which lasted seven
day, tho Chamber by a vote of 111 to
SO ndopteil a resolution of conlldeiico in
The pillowing paragraph appears In
the resolution .
"Thu Chamber of Deputies dedans
itself resolved to continue ami to give
n moro vigorous impulse to tho defeiue
of thu country In cooperation with the
1 1 loverninent
While lerraluing fiom in
the conception and direc
. ferv entlon In
tion of military operation, the Chamber
will watch over Industrial and military
liepiir.itlon for these operations' "
The resolution also states Hint the
i-l miiiIii r reset ve the light to hold
future seeiet sessions whenever II con-
1 slders Itusn tiecessaiy and to organim
i iH'.tient cunt nil of the aimy net vires,
"The Chamber salutes with emotion
- 1 Ihe admirable direction of Ihe armies
i hm; Herts of the lepnblle and
and proclaims Its Increasing faith in
victoiy for thu right and the liberties of
Cnnadn to Itrlenin- I',
Lommiv, tint , Juno 22 Gen Hughes,
who Is here, announce that any Amen-
run National Guard oHlcets unw m the
Canadian nimle will be nlraed so that
they can borvti the United States,
vido an n)lum for those who might
wish to leave.
It Is regarded ns probable, however,
that certain Japanese, now In Mexico
hrvn become Imbued with the nntl
Amerlcan sentiment which Is sweeping
through that country and that this ex
plains why the Japanese nt Mazatlan
Joined In tho clash.
Commander Kavanagh's reiiort in full i
"Covernor Issued manifesto that offl-
ii"- weie not to land and gliald was
placed on doik. 1 t cut ashnro Hnslgn
Kesslug to pirh-y with the Mexican and
told him to send through Hm netlin; I
Amerlcnn consular olllce for one of the
Mexican oil. dais so as to nrrange for ,
American cillzens coming "IT to the ship. ,
1 sent I'aymister Mowat with tho party
as Interpreter, no tumble being antici
pated, hh Mexicans have not molested
"1 ordereil boat officer to Keep clear
of landing so Hint his boat could not be
rushed, and I forbade him entering the
town, tho plan being that Hio boat was
to lie well clear of th "lock and the
officers therein to confer with purty on
thore. lly my orders arms were carried
loncenbil In the boat and l5at nfllcer
had positive orders to keep them hidden
and not to use them unles tired upon. In
which ease he was to tetiirn Hi" fire.
The boat was a motor sailing launch
with crew of three men.
"Coxswain of bot reports that after
brief parley. Mowat, Interpreter, In-fo-ineil
Kess.ng that Mexicans Jld It
woull 1m h 1 1 right for them to land.
I They did so and were Immediately seized.
I Ki -sing orilen-1 boat to return to ship
mil to report what had h.ipjiened When
Mexicans saw boat start off they
motioned It to return. Coxswain told
hem to wait a minute and kept headlni?
"When boat was nlniut 100 feet clear
from dock Mexlian customs ottlclal In
uniform fired hi revolver at the liat,
bullet strlklnir mar It. I'lve or six shot."
were Immediately lire.d at the Ikih.1 bv
Mexican r-d.l'.cln. Ho.ltHA ain't. M:s
Laughter, who was senior In the boat,
then ordered the tire to be r. turned, and
this was done.
a Mvslrmiia Plr 1.o Shots.
"Mexican (led from the dock, nnd tak
Ing cover behind wall and In dock wan
leillMi, ots iiinl lively (lie on boat, .Mexl. I
runs thing In all about ISO shots.
LaUk-hter was hit twice, once In the arpi J
and once, through Imwels Coxswain
Sheets had skin barked from hi lingers '
nnd I mat was siturk niiiiy times.
"In my opliuuii boat's irew ncted
properlv In reiuinlng llle, lis otheiwls..
they piobably all wouid have been killed.
When ctew bcnan to tire the Mexicans
tltd from the ib ck in a panic and this
i-ave the boat a chance to get away.
"Amerlcnn Consul came olf to Hie ship
and itJHirted thut Hen Mezta claimed '
our e.jple lagan th- light and that one I
man had l-eii killed and two or three
wounded I gave him our v el slim of Hi
affair and assured the Hetieral that full,
sal tsfact ion would be given If the blame
wits uuis. and aNi In that oac would
I express regrets over the aft air I re-1
quested lll that bo re'e.u-e the two of
' fi ei. mil send them nnd any American'
! citizens win, wished to come off to the
"V..i General nllovvnl lxcsslug and
Mowat to return on board at 4 P M.
Sunday, they having suffered no harm i
lie.voud threats and abuse fiom popu-1
lace and soldiers Thev went will.
Heated by nulliniy olllcinl. Hen Me7ta ,
sent a polite leply I., my letter saving,
'that be released otlher at my lequestl
a.l als,i that the men who tiled on the1
'boat w,re Japanese now In the hospital
"Mowat and Kessing conflinail cox
swain's tefioii exiopt that they did not
know hi, a the tiring started. Lanc-l ter
tallied and minle statement saying that
Mexicans ordered boat back to dock and
coxhaiiIii startnl to obey, but Laughter
took the tiller l iiiii him win ii first shot1
i was died (.trtki.ig h.in in the mm. After1
tlie or six unne shots h.nl been tired he
gave ordeis to return the lire Mazatlan
iesirteil wild with x. ,t. uiei.t ami prac-i
't'c.ill eveiy Mi xnau annul'
YUCATAN MAY SHAKE
OFF MEXICAN YOKE
'. AnneMitinii or I'roteetor
ate Is Sonirlit I iv tlie
v;mil ' nl'lr lit ;i in ; ur six
Havana, June 22 V lepiesentative
of Yucatan's wealthiest men. Including
the benequeii magnates, Is hem watching
Mexican. Ameiii an developments, con.
cernlng which Prcsidint Carratu.i pur
posely keep the resident of Yucatan
in tho dark '
The agent has enhslid the cisipeia-1
Hon of leading Spanish merchants heic 1
to ship supplies lo Progicso. The mo. ,
ment tho war break. out thu Yucatan- 1
inn will thtow off thu yoke of Mexico
and leqiiest thu Tulti i Stales In annex
Yucatan or establish a protectorate over '
.1. ai cording to the representative.
Men of means In Yucatan have long
deidrid a separation fiom Mexico.
Many who am seemingly c.inanzisla
partisans, Including officer, and it is
expeiinl Caii,iu.,i trisip. will Join In
the i Mill ii.'.ilnsi Ihe Mexican Piesl
I The carraniM onieial huvc reverelv
bled thu residents of Yucatan .md are
now atlemptlng to get unite mom v oil
' tho pretext that trnlnn arc r.rcdrd lor
l mllitiuy purposes, thu pruveiiting the
forwarding of henequeii to port, where
four ship nie awaiting it
Hen Carranz.i has not Hied . .i
auliitu lure that a gmerii noi..' eas
been pi'o.iaiineil for a1' let'ngin, leluitc
lii to ilulit foi Un.il' cuuutrj,
Xotiec of Mexican Policy
Sent to the Southern
DEKKXCE OF BOHDEIl
XATIOX'S 0XLY AIM
Illinois and California Told
to Hush (iuard to
CAII1IAXZA ASKS UF
ATTACK AT CAKRIZAL
Arredondo Presents Report
Blaming Pershing for
Wasiii.nutov, June 22. If tho Unttcil
States finds It necessary to declar
war against the do (actp Government
of Mexico. It will not hiivo for lta
object Intervention In the Internal af
fair of Mexico.
Formal notice to tins effect lias Ikti
sent by Sicrctary of State L.inslni; to
tho lepresentatlvos hero of nil repub
lics of Central and South America. Tha
text of the notice, dated Juno 21 and
prepared before Information was re
ceived hole of tin. clash between Amer
ican and Cananzista troops at Car
rlzal, was made public at the State D
liartnient this afternoon. It reads aa
I enclose for jour intoi-maUim a
copy of this tiovertitni.nt's note of.
June 20 to the .Secretary of Foreign
Iii!.il!olln of (lie il facto Govern
ment uf .Mexico on the subject of
the presence of Amerlcnn troops In
Mexican territory. Till communi
cation states clearly the critical re
lations existing between thi Gov
ernment mid the ile facto Govern
ment of .Mexico ami . causes
which have ., up to the present
"f r l.s.l , rrliur.
Should tins s.tuation cventuatu
-iitu hiLstilit.,.. win,.), this Govern
ment would deeplj I egret and will
u.-e evert h norulili. eirnrt to avoid,
I take tln nppot tunny in Inform
.vim that this Government wou.d
have for its object not inlet ventlun
in Mexican afl'.ui. with all thu re
grettable , .sequence. which might
tesiiil lioin such a policy, but Ihe
defoiite of American tetrltory from
tin titer invasion by band of aimed
.Mexican, the protection of Atncri
i.in citizen nnd property along tint
boundary from outrages committed
by such bandit tmd the prevetitiun
nf Cut ui depredations ,y fl)tv,, of
arms against the marauders Infest
ing this legion and against a Gov.
eminent which is i.ni'iiur.igiiiK and
Hiding th. in in tn, mi- acuities
Hostilities, i shun, would I... slm.
ply a state of international law win
out put pose , ii,,. paI ltf ,no
I'nltcil States other than to end the
conditions which menace our na
tional piace and the afet of our
IbiHiUT I.vxsinii, Setiei.trv of Stte.
H a Pledue.
'Ulit.as ileti.ited t.iughi ib.i the
tuitlie was not in be reg, wiled in tho
light of a pledge Hint the Tinted States
would tint intervene if forced to sitoli
up extleine by suliscqieiii even'UJll
ties Hut, slioiii, war be ileiiat ell. it wu.s
said, ii'lerteiitlon would n t be tho
oliject aimed ut, js such action might
lie nn n in the Infelell.i. thllt tllll
I'liited State in pioposipg in pacify
the muiiti'v nnd .- up ,, g,,v ernmeiil
was piepated to .1--UIIH-. with al th"
other iiiiidciis invnlveil, tin lesponsl
Inlily lor the payment ol tne foreign
claims agnilisl .Mexico
Unlet weie sent l.i-nmlu n thu
War liepaitmeiit to Mnjnr-Gen J.
I'l ltlkllU Hell. l iillim.lllllel of thO
Western Depiirtiiient of the Army
Willi headquarters at Sun l-'runcisco,
and to .lajni -lien Tliomii II Harry,
coiniiiander of the lYiiirul Dipartmrnt
with hcaiUiuarters ut lii.c.igo, direct
ing them us soon a po.ble in des
patch .'..iiiin National Uuardsnieti to the
bolder Hum each of the two districts,
i Tim two commanders weto ordered
, to si ml the organizations earliest mtts
l tut ed in regal die of whether they am
1 iiit.inti'.v, i.tiulry nr Held artillery.
Seiiciai v H.iker aiinuuiiceil at 11. 10
I lii-inghi that older. had been Issued
tn .Hi uiiihillzatlon commanders
i tliioiigliout the cnitntiy to teport as
'soon ns the vitrioii niillt "i organiza
tion were ready In mi Hi the tinnier
Tile Siiii'taiy staled Hint tin new
,oiilci's h.nl been Issued to coiumiinuer
tn in 1. 1 oil to the hold"!
Tiuitliii.il ililv ii'i'K leceived il nun
lil.Uic itiai'teis from Mexu o . .tv "e
put I tb .( t 'at roii..i and hi adi'ser
ate il.H tiled livel thetniil lltllirs I nvu
taken nnil Impressed bv llle iletellil i
linn lie the Tliitcil Stales Gov eriimcnt
- ,lh .Lsnlaved In the miiliilir-ttuiii ol the
tn it It m futvi .
lillle to ill 1 1. Pllaacit.
l.OW el el ,
.tiatioti iitlli'ia.s fa:' t see,
what cursi' lould he Hikeli
..an in adjustment of dilll
. d pioinaiii process It I
a t o, tin- propositi";
' .is passe!
Aiiivioipio, ilcxican Amha.i-