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EL PASO, TEXAS, FRIDAY
EVENING, JUNE 5, 1914.
Fair tonight and tomorrow.
Copper 1J.41J. Stock steady
Grain lower Livestock firm Mexican
bank note JJ Villa currency 1J.
Fourteen Pnges 2 Section Today)
Has Its Own
DftYS OF '61
Stonewall Jackson's Brigade
Similar to the Present
BY FREDERIC J. HASKIN.
BELFAST. Ireland. June S. The es
timate of the-present situation in
Lister from a military viewpoint
may not be uninteresting to American
readers, the" more especially since the
average military man here tarns to
Amerfcan nlstorV Ms comparisons
aoPBrttSh officer Is Permltt to
enter the staff college until after he
hai mastered the details of the hls
fory of the Virginia campaigns of the
American Civil war As a part of this
p-cparation he is told ,?"; Tack
Henderson's "Life of Stonewall Jack-
Tn'tbe introduction to that Jlume.
nrr.tten bv Lord Wolseley. there are
pges sho'wW a complete analogy
between the situation toW la
1S61 and that in Ulster today. s
h"e "ano'meHcnn History.
"No bQe?termaterial for soldiers ever
well Qualified for their new trade. All
SSLS, .mingled In the ranks andl
as?s. Hnmblest of the sons of toil:
ISyshoWwIs impossible , U .tag
S0bewBathrn WtV? S
lllSSZ reared . te luxury, and
"Sb , ..TlneUons the, gav,
tS"KM dWtaeUo., they gave
iney we.3 .- - -
r,er Tigius. "JS" 'S ,u .trjonal
Sor is ttolrw ".-- t-
questioned. They had iP- "" "
the righteousness of their cause
That say the military men. "light be
cfuse arehe huSared tbousandgwer
i-Ueers. They, like the VifJHrlfcs.
Z l Vifnk everv class distinction. In
?h? rank? 3 wealthy, merchants.
til olthem Covenanters, with the one
fed resolve not to have home rule.
What the mllitry man nere points out
Is that It doesn't matter which side
,, i. the terrific cost of civil
Sir that the government must reckon
wfth if it persists in its home rule
pVogram despite Ulster's warnings and
Threats He says nothing of wnai
The Nationalist volunteers might do If
ww to keep down a premature out-S-elk
between these two forces is the
consfairt carlof the civil authorities
ArmS have been given or promised
t-Tall the Ulster volunteer men by
ihe higher authorities. On the other
hind? the Nationalists have had to
. themselves, each man buying his
'c 1 This means, of course,
that the Nationalists are not up to the
TJUterrnen In the matter of equip.
inent. . t,A Tnilitfti-v men
ovlresUmate' the prowess and virtue
Srthrlnst voluSteer It would be
mt natural, perhaps, for the Ulster
men to Sink well f the British army
officer "When Gen. Cough and his of
ficers declined to obey orders to pro
ceed to Ulster to guard government
stores they waked the muse of an
rister of a type that now ; flour
ishes like the gTeen bay. Here is a
sample of the long that Ulster likes,
ft is enUOed -Gough the Brave.
(-Downing street" In Britain Is a
svnonym for the British government.
since the premier lives in that street
of Westminster.) ....
"A plot was hatched In Downing street.
with blood to drench our land;
Wluls the sons of Ulster ever true to
king, to flag, to throne;
They little dreamt that traitorous
knaves against their lives did plan.
But there was a saviour. "Gough tho
Brave." of the immortal band.
Til be no party to this crime, which
roguish knaves do plan.
But come what may. I'll Jj'eer forget.
Tm a soldier and a manP "
The military idea clearly Is that
"Ulster will fight and Ulster will be
GET 3000 RIFLES
Belfast, Ireland, June 5. The army of
the Ulster "volunteers' was strength
ened today by the addition of 3946 Mau
ser rifles, as the result of a daring gun
running feat of an Irish yachtsman.
A portion of the consignment was
landed to the south of Donaghade, IS
miles from Belfast, but most of the
rifles were delivered straight on the
quay at Belfast and the cases were re
Troved under the eyes of the police by
sr cially selected volunteers.
PITTSBURG. PA, June 5. Declar
Ing they would not return to their
places in the factories of the
W estinghouse Electric and Manufac
turing company and the Westinghouse
'I ichine company until working con
oi ions were Improved, approximately
S i men and women, members of the
J i ee-h. nv Congenial Industrial union,
struck here today.
But 16 American Families Remain in Yaqui Valley Coun
try and They Are "Warned by the Indians to Get Out;
Movement Spreads to Moctezuma and Arispe
Districts; Indians Demand Their Lands.
MOCTEZUMA, Son, June 5 Terror
has been spread through the
southern part of the Moctezuma
district and the Arizpe district be
cause of the Indian uprising in the
Taqui valley. Reports from Cumpas
state that ranchers are sending tbelr
families away and are preparing to fol
low should the Indians come north.
The war party of 500 braves under chief
Espinosa is reported to have sent scouts
into the northern end of the Sahuaripa
district and the southern part of the
Moctezuma and Arizpe districts.
The main body of Indians remains in
the vicinity of Cumuripa, Buena Vista
and La Dura.
FlRht To Recover Lands.
The Indians are fighting to get back
their lands in the "iaqui valley which
were taken from them by Gen. Luis E.
Torres in the Diaz regime as a result
of the Yaqui wars. It Is reported that
governor Maytorena promised them the
lands in return for their support of his
civil authority against the Obregon-Calles-resquelra
Amerlenn Prepnre For Flight.
In the Taqul valley proper It Is re
ported that the 16 remaining American
families have finally listened to repeat
ed warnings from the Taquls to get out
of the valley, and are preparing to
leave The Americans are all settlers
on the land of the Richardson Construc
tion fomYianv. They nave oeen
formed by "Constitutionalist'
HILL BE FINAL,
Famous Actress "Will Sail
For New York in October,
Starting World Tour.
Bernhardt, at the age of 7. will sail
lor this city on ucioner 10 io
professional tour of the world, extend
ing ov er a period of 26 months. Fifteen
weeks of that time will be spent In the
United States. - .,-.
Word of madame Bernhardt decis
ion was received by cable today. The
tour, it is stated, will close her career
on the stage.
Madame Bernhardt has made several
farewell tours. On the last one to tnis
country, which ended in May, 11, the
atrical professionals purchased a gold
wreath which was later presented to
he. in Paris. n
CONCERTS IN CITY '
AND AT FORT BLISS
The regimental band of the Sixth In
fantry will give a concert at Cleveland
amiiir. tonight The concert will be
gin at ,.JU ociociv auu liic luiivwiue,
nrotrram. arranged by director Max
Muller, will be given.
March, "the Outlook." Jewell.
Overture. "Bajmond." Thomas.
Waltz, "Mein Thudrlngen," Kiesler.
Grand selection from tbe opera, "Cav
allerla Rustlcana," Mascagne.
Descriptive. "Die Post lm Walde."
Schaefer. (Solo for two cornets, cor
poral Benton and Sergt MHler, deplet
ing the travels of the ancient post
coach on the old post road.)
Grand Scene. "Des Huguenots," Mey
erbeer; "La Benediction Des Poign
ards," Cocoanut Dance," Hermann.
"Introduction and Bridal Chorus,"
from 3d act of "Lohengrin," R. Wagner.
Star Spangled Banner.
Concert by I5tb at Fort.
A band concert -will e given tonight
at Fort Bliss by the 15th cavalry band,
beginning at 7.30 oclock. The follow
ing is the program which has been ar
ranged by chief musician Kocco Resta:
March. "High Chancellor" HalL
Overture. "Martha." Balfe.
Waltz. "Wiener Blut" Strauss.
Selection. "The Old Town." Luders.
Intermezzo, "Forest Whispers." Losey.
Solo, "When Its Apple Blossom Time
in Normandy." Macy
March. "Dixie Rube," Allen.
CHILD TO KIDNAPERS
Pueblo. Colo., June E. Approached
by an aged and hunch backed woman
-who informed him his aunt was wait
ing to see him just around the corner,
George L. Zlller, aged ten, son of Geo.
W. Zlller. was kidnapped late Thurs
day, according to Zlller's ar, story to
the police. The child was playing
with some companions near the Co
rona public school which he attended,
when the alleged abduction occurred.
According to stories of the little
fellow's playmates, the aged woman
was joined by another and younger
woman and the two with the boy en
tered an automobile and were driven
rapidly away. Zlller and his wife
were divorced some years ago and
there was a legal battle for the cus
tody of the child, who was finally
given to the father.
Mrs. Zlller married M J. McGrath.
formerly an inspector for the street
railway here and they removed to Long
Beach. Calif. The police are bending
everv effort today to locate the miss
Three thousand electric workers re
fused to enter the shops this morning,
and after a mass meeting at the Turtle
Creek play ground their number was
increased by men who later left the
Plant Pickets sent to the machine
works brought out almost 100U work
ers. Leaders of the strikers claimed
there would be 10 000 Idle factory
hand-; in the Turtle Creek alle bj
ties that no measures of protection can
at present be afforded.
The Indians are receiving many rein
forcements from the wild bands In the
Bacatete mountains, the old Taqul
stronghold for generations.
Another l"refect Removed.
Augustln Freciado has been removed
as prefect of the Moctezuma district
by action of the military. Juan Garcia,
a civil official at Pilarez, has also been
removed from office.
The main body of Taquls, consisting
of several divisions, continue to hold
lines firmly drawn around La .Mesa
and other small towns, the surrender
of which has been demanded by the 1
Indians and refused by the inhabitants.
So far as can be learned, there are
no soldiers In any of the indlan
Citizens and ranchers from neighbor
ing valleys are their defenders.
Americana May Lose Land.
Most of the lower Moctezuma district
is held by Americans who purchased it
from Mexicans. The Indians declare it
is theirs by virtue of claims more than
SO years old. They demanded the return
to them of the land together with tracts
in the Taqal river valley, about a year
ago from the Sonora government Res
titution was promised. State surveyors
went to work to run the necessary
lines for the sub-dlvlsion of tracts.
T-ater the surveyors were recalled and
I the survey never was completed.
WITH HER APPEAL
Palace Officials Shocked by
Unexpected Event at
- Ixriwioiv Bstay Jnne "it Mtes MaryH
Blomrteld, da&gUec f Jy 3Ma Lou
isa. Blonrfteld. wldW o Sir Arthur
BlorafleJd, was the woman who created
the sensational scene at Buckingham
palace Thursdc night, when she threw
herself on her knees before king George
and queen Mary. Miss Blomfield alone
was concerned In the Incident, although
her sister, who also attended the court,
was requested to leave the palace after
the occurrence, despite the fact that she
took no part In the demonstration. She
left wlthou protest
Official Terribly Shocked.
Officials of the palace today were on
the erge of nervous prostration as the
result of the night' s scene and the lord
chamberlain's tiepartment has taken
every precaution to circumvent any at
tempt to repeat the performance to
night when another function takes
place at Buckingham palace.
Persons in the immediate vicinity at
the time declare the whole scene lasted
. less mail -lu secuuua uuu ute nuuuh uau
f only time to ejaculate audibly. "Tour
majesties: J? or joa s hkc waea sae
was seized and hustled out of the
throne room, finishing the sentence as
KlnK Ren-ed CuoU
Kine George was the coolest man in
the company and the presentations pro
ceeded after the incident with clock
It Is understood no further action
will be taken against Miss Blomfield.
except to bar her from future court
The sisters obtained admission to
court in the ordlnarv way, through ap
plication to the lord chamberlain's de
partment STATE BILLS FOR 3
MONTHS IS $5,000,000
Austin. Texas. June S Expenditures
of the state of Texas for the three
months ending May 31 aggregated J5.
489,777, according to a statement of dis
bursements for that period made public
today by the state treasurer.
Of this amount 1,S8:.23 was spent
from the general revenue fund, S3.171.
044 from the available school fund.
3368.034 from the permanent school
fund. 314.309 from the available uni
versity fund. 3252.423 from the Confed
erate pension fund, and $08,583 from the
prison commission account
BODY OF STRAUSS,
MISSING, IS FOUND
Peekskill, . 1"., June 5 The body of
Chas. II. Strauss, general agent in New
York for the New England Mutual Life
Insurance company, who had been miss
ing from his Riverside Drive home for
a week, was found floating today In
lake Mohegan. A reward of 51000 for
information concerning the agent was
offered Thursday An empty canoe
which he hired Friday evening was
found on the opposite side of the lake.
POSTPO.NED TO JULY 4
Chicago, HI., June 5 The date for
the Willie Ritchie-rreddle Welsh bout
for the lightweight championship at
London has been postponed from June
30 to July 4. it was announced here to
day by Rite ie's manager, Emil Thlerj.
All hitches which threatened to In
terfere with the bout have been
straightened out according to the man
ager. Guarantees of the London pro
moters have been posted in New York
and the Ritchie party has arranged to
leave Chicago Wednesday for New
York, thence to sail to England. Eu
gene Corr is to be the referee.
I'll" CIC AVIATORS PERISH
l.N A nUIlST OF FI.-IE
Dijon, France. June 5. Two Frenth
aviators, Lieut Gironne and sapper
Kioux were killed near here today
Peasants watching an aeroplane
which had arisen from the military
aviation station and which was fil
ing at an altitude of half a mile over
the forest of Cacquette. saw a burst
of flame and heard an explosion A
few moments littr the fragment r
the aeioplaie ft wh h th aviitois
were strapped fell unions the tiees.
President Tells Annapolis
Graduates U. S. Should
Serve the World.
AUDIENCE OF 5000
ANNAPOLIS. Md, June S. Presi
dent Wilson today told 154 grad
uates of the United States naval
academy, many of whom leave shortly
for Mexican waters, that the mission
of the United States is one of service to
humanity, not of aggrandizement or
conquest lie spoke at the annual
academy graduation exercises, and la
ter delivered the diplomas to the young
midshipmen. He declared the duty of
the United States Is to serve the world.
Speaking of the Veracruz situation,
the president reverently declared: "1
pray God the boys there will not have
to fight any more." He added that the
real good they will do will be their im
pression on the Mexicans.
Mexican Will Change Opinion.
"They are not strutting and bluster
ing," he went on. "The people of Vera
cruz, who despised and hated Ameri
cans, will think differently of them'
when our boys leave."
The president spoke in a huge ar
mory packed with more than S8 offi
cers, midshipmen and relatives and
friends of the graduates. He was en
thusiastically cheered during his ad
dress. "Sample Americans. A1LW
President Wilson said In part: "It
ought to be one of your thoughts al
ways that you are sample Americans,
not merely sample navy men, not
merely soldiers, but sample Americans,
and that you have the point of view of
America with regard to her navy and
her army; that she is using them as
the instrument of civilization, not as
the instrument of aggression. The idea
is to serve humanity and every time
you let the Stars and Stripes free to
the wind you ocght to realize that
that is itself a -message, that you are
on an errand which other navies have
some times forgotten. Not an errand
of conquest but an errand of service.
Inprcuilen It eracrnz.
God it may not be necessar) for them
to use any more. But do you think
the way they fought is going to be
the most lasting Impression Have
men not fought ever since the world
peganT Is there anything new in us
ing force? The new things in the
world are the things that are divorced
from force. The things that show the
moral compunctions of the human
conscience, those are the things by
which we have been building up civil
ization, not by force.
-Fight for the Rlcht."
"You must bear in mind that vnn
are the champions of what Is right
and fair all around, no matter where
you are and that It is for what is
right and fair for public welfare that
you are ready to fight and Bat merely
on the drop of a hat or upon some
Presidential Salote Is Fired.
President Wilson left Annapolis at
3.30 p. m. on board the Mayflower for
Washington, expecting to arrive there
at 9 oclock Saturday morning. He took
lunch with Capt FuIIam and later in
so3cted the naval academy As the
Mayflower steamed out of the Severne,
a presidential salute was fired from
In the Day's News.
A Real Charmed Life
Weighs a Human Soul!
Will Ctnrlu Rohoumrl I
I "'" "UJ '"""" J
JOHN' JOIlbON FELL FIIOSI A
Lackananna ml lie train, which tths
pc-d!nK alone in elevated structure
at l'nternon. . J., landed on top of!
an trie xreinL irnin anu bounded off
to the ground, lie will recover.
ALLEGI.XI TIIVT HE BRANDED HER
cheek with a lighted cigar and bit
her hands, 31rx. Jeanne an Tongelon,
who has been wed 10 years. In New
York, ha sued for a separation.
WHILE ADMIRING A CUP HE HAII
JnAt woe In a "tango contest." Gu
tave Knrta mi "mussed np by sev
eral rivals who thought the Judges
had made n poor decision. In New
THE -HEIGHT OF THE SOUL IS
three-qnarters of an ounce sars Dr.
Ilnnran SleDougnll. of Haverhill.
Mass, who claims the weight was
ascertained as a phthisis patient died.
PROFESSOR ROIJERT YEHKES, OF
Harvard, Lt endenvorlng to have a
station established In Java Is en ef
fort to determine the origin of men's
behavior and his social nnd other
GERMAN IS BEING TAUGHT T
Harvard university with graphn
pbones. FOSTER MOTHER IN DBXTEH, COLO.,
hns won children away from a womnn
who crossed the ocean to fight for
them In court.
SIXTY-FIVE MOURNERS WERE
thrown In n pnnlc In Philadelphia
when n floor collapsed, hurling them
Into the cellar. The corpse rolled
from the casket.
AN" INTVMED LION -WHICH Es
caped from a circus In Philadelphia,
was captnrcd by n posse nfter It had
terrorized the entire countr.
Rapp's Alleged Misdeeds Are
Related in Court Be
fore Eager Crowd.
Chicago. I1L. June 5. Alleged mis
deeds of William Rapp, Jr, occupied
chief attention today in the Schumann
Helnk-Rapp divorce trial, and they
proved very engrossing to the very
large audience in Judge Sullivans
court room, more than half of whlcn
was composed of women.
The deposition of William Naples, a
detective, was read. Naples said he
followed and watched Rapp nrtng
the month of February. 113, and that
oa numerous occasions he saw Rapp
in company with Mrs. Catherine Dean
of New York He said he had seen
Rapp enter the woman's apartments
late at night
Actor Another " Iltor.
The deposition said that Mark Har
rison, an actor, was a frequent visitor
of Mrs. Dean's. John Berger. janitor
of one of the buildings where Mrs
Dean had an apartment deposed that
Rapp had been among Mrs. Dean's vis
itors. Mrs. Dean moved out after
three months, explaining she could not
pay the rent Berber's deposKton
Diva Denies uualiniuuios.
Rapp had charged in his cross-bill
that his wife had been too friendly
with other men She denied all sucn
accusations In her testimony Thurs
day. The singer denied she had any love
for Edward McN'amara, a one time
policeman, who visited her in New
Jersey She declared he came for mu
sic lessons, not for love making.
"Who was living with you in New
Jersey?" asked counsel for Rapp.
"wasn't there a man named McNa
maraT" The Question aroused madam Schu-
Tfhyinn-Heink and her eyes blazed.
"t .nave never uvea wun a man.
she answered. "I have lived alone since
my husband leftT
"I didn't ask yoa that." the lawyer
Preferred No Divorce.
The singer told of a commutation
with Rapp at her Chicago honk last
July. She testified that her hawMfatt
said at that time that he woM get
"I didn't want a divorce." she said
she told him. "I am happy with my
children and my art I told him I
would never think of marrying again.
Always I said I never wanted a di
vorce." Rapp's counsel asked about a visit
to Culver Military academy when her
son graduated. The singer said she
met nearly every officer at the academy
in the maneuver drill and that the of
ficers had visited her at her home.
Hans Schulger, a butler employed
by the singer, testified that no roan
had ever spent the night at her home
Reno, Nev, June S Snowstorms, ac
companied by sudden drops in temper
ature, were reported in several points
in Nevada today. In Keno and vicinitv
sllght snow flurries began at 1 oclock
this morning and continued until noon,
and temperatures as loww as 2" degrees
prevailed. Heavier snowfalls were re
ported in the mountain districts and
at Winnemacca and Carlin.
Reports from along the lines of the
Nevada. California Oregon railway
say that the storm extended as far
north as Lake View, Ore, three inches
of snow covering the ground at that
place Practically no damage has been
done to crops in this section.
REED CALLS GENER I. MOTORS
I Co. A "CRIIIINAL TRlsr-
Washington, D. C June senator
Reed, of Missouri, attacked the General
Motors company, which he termed "a
criminal trust" In the senate today,
and declared he thereby called upon the
attorney general to proceed against the
The senator was speaking in reply to
a letter written by Henry M. Leland,
president of a Detroit motor car com
pany read in the senate by senator
Townsend. It declared business was
halting because of a distrust of Wash
ington and called upon congress to
01 EN' PROV1I1KS FOR
FIVE ON VT1IIKK ARBITRATION
Washington. D. O. June 5. Senator
Owen's proposed resolution for fed
eral arbitration of the Colorado strike
troubles, as prepared today after con
sultations with senators Thomas and
Shafroth. would empower the presi
dent to appoint a mining engineer, an
army or navy engineer, a man famil
iar with the handling of coal as mer
chandise, a sociologist and an employer
of labor five In all. It will be intro
duced in the senate later.
COAL MIMVR SC"LE IS
FRVCTICALLY AGREED UPON
Pittsburg, Pa.. June 5 Representa
tives of S0.OM coal miners In the Pitts
burg district assembled here today to
put the finishing touches on the wage
scale for two years iV.mn-ltties have
agreed with the opiatnra th it the rate
for machine mining shall be S cents a
ton and for -ick mining 1 There were
some differences on the scale for out
side men but If w-i re!ieel the eon
vent'on btftre night vm uiU ,iuj)t the
No Attempt Is Made by Federal Gunboats to Enforce a
Blockade, According to Reports, and United States
Authorities Do Not Prohibit Landing of Muni
tions, Though Captain Is Required to De
posit His Papers at the U. S. Consulate.
VERACRUZ, Moc, June 5.
Anas ami ammunition for trie
"Coastitiitionalists" were un
loaded at Tampico Thursday from the
German steamship Sunshine. The
cargo was shipped from Galveston,
Tex. The ship's papers were deposited
at the linked States consulate. The
captain of the vessel said he did not
know why this was required. The size
of the shit men t was not disclosed.
No attem t on the part of federal
gunboats to halt the landing ti tha
munitions through blockade of the port
was reported, nor was .any interference
by United States authorities reported.
To all intents and purposes, Tamptoo
remained an open port.
Obregon's Army Decides to Press the Attack and Hurls
Shells Into the Federal Position; Stricken City
Suffers Greatly Prom Famine and Shortage
of "Water; More Ammunition Leaves
A U. S. For Tampico Rebels.
WASHINGTON. D. C. June
5. rhe battle has broken out
again at M&zatian, according
to reports received by trie navy depart
ment from rear admiral Howard. After
a lull in the fighting for several days
on account of a desire on the part of
the rebels to conserve their lessening
ammunition supply, the bombardment
of the federal positions has again com
menced. Gen. Obregon's "Constitution
alist" army has its Held pieces on high
ground overlooking the town. Admiral
Howard reported that the federal forti
fications have been baaly damaged by
the "Constitutionalist" lire.
City Is SniTerlng.
Gen. Obregon is believed to have de
cided that it Is best to capture Masat
lan and seise the federal ammunition
The city is in a terrible plight The
rebel batteries have effectually pre
vented cargoes of provisions from en
K T IAGARA FALLS. Canada. June 5.
r Skepticism regarding Carran
aa's answer to the mediators is
evident here. Some believe Carranza,
when he reaches Saltillo. will issue a
statement rejecting mediation abso
lutely In the settlement of Mexican
Internal affairs. Others hope he will
leave the door open for future nego
tiations. Semi official statements in regard to
the attitude of Carransa toward the
mediation proceedings Indicate he Is
not ready to accept unreservedly the
hH, HI w aw VlLjV H &. Jl B jfiTTa. Dl fl J i '
Dolly's Doll Visits the Birds
ALL the little girts will be interested hi aad aatneed ky the Week-End
Herald's comic section feature this week. It illustrates a vistt which
Dolly, her doU and Mr. Twee Deedle made to a bird's aest. There u
fun in it for the children, and a wholesome lesson as well.
THE KATZENJAMMER KIDS appear again this week in the Week-End
Herald and CUT UP FUNNIER ANTICS THAN EVER.
For the more serious minded the Week-End UeraM tii-s iieek has a lor
of good reading, covering a multitude of subjects, and in addition, ALT,
THE NEWS OF ALL THE WORLD, fresh, crisp and in convenient form.
ou may prepare now for a treat when the Week-End Herald sureara.
It is oaneidered that this Incident teill
furnish ample justnacation for the land
ing of the araoitiOBS en route on tha
steamship AatUla from New York, and
for other sfeiccaeats reported en route
from New Orleans sati. Galveston.
If Tampteo is allowed to remain art
open port Geo. Villa. Gonzalez, and
other rebel commanders will soon be
furnished with all the munitions they
need for the closing to campaign on
Mexico City. It Is nn4erstod that tha
railways will be placed in commisstca
to quickly transport the supplies to
Monterey and Torreno.
STRIKING MISERS HOLD MEETINGS.
Charleston, W. Va , June 5. Mass
meetings of striking miners were hvl 1
throughout the Kanawha district t"
day. No disorder was reported fro
any part of the district and leaders
said none was expect!
tering the harbor for the relief of tit
suffering inhabitants, and famine Is
evident on every hand. In addition,
the water supply has been cut off. and
the wells within the city are taxed
beyond their capacity. Sanitary con
ditions are reported frightful.
Other Monition Shipments Reported.
The situation confronting the Wash
ington government with reference ta
shipments of arms to "Constitutional
ist" forces at Tampico continned today
the absorbing subject of deliberation
A resort reached the state depart
ment that another steamer, loaded with
nmwnittOB had cleared from New York
today for Galveston.
Eryan Keep Plana Secret.
riirrwOwijr Bryaa reiterated again that
Tampico still is held as an open port
notwithstanding that several ships are
en route there with arms for the "Con
stitutionalists." "Will it continue as an open port
when ammunition, reaches there?" he
"I can only talk r the present, leav
ing the future to those who would
speculate," returned the secretary.
offer of good offices practically renewed
by the mediators.
Mediators to Meet.
A question which aroused Interest
here today waa as to when Carranza.
who is reported en route from Dnrantro
I to Saltillo. would reach the latter ci-.
J where he is preparing to establish h's
I provisional government While n
meetings between the mediators and
either the American or Mexican dele
gates were scheduled for the day. the
mediators th-mselevs planned to gee
together to discuss the latest phase of