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Editorial rooms -. ...167
Business office 163
Ii a Rare Day that Some,
body Doesn't Take a Bat
at Bryan's Dove,
Vol. M. No. .
ALBUQUERQUE, HEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1914.
TUB EVEMXO ITKTUt.n
vor . ti .
vTM K If i mi
Colorado Legislature Adjourns
Having Enacted Only Part
of Program to Strengthen
STATE POLICE FORCE
AND ARBITRATION FAIL
Million Dollar Militia Bond
Issue and Measure Giving
Governor Power Over Liq
uor and Firearms Sale Ap
proved. (lly Is sin I Wire ii Fcnin;i Herald.)
Washington. Muy 16. Prowl
tlcnt Wilson lint wnl to .
rriH r iiinuui i( Colorado
li'icrmn Informing hi m Uihi Hip
federal rMiHi will not lie kept til
I lie troubled mine ill-Irk I Indef
initely anil urging llial tin- legis
lature mm In m-Im Hike atifM
In Willi- 1 1 if Male' difference.
kttk w i i.i. Tkt: iivit.r.
WHFN IIOMIK Hi; MM.ll
lienver, May 1. Despite 1'rm
dent Vilson message .i (iovernor
Amnions the Colorado legislature waa
on the point of adjourning thla after
noon. Oovcriior AintnonH in a reply
to the president declared that aa coon
aa tiomle authorised liy thti assembly
on ie Isaued lo meet military n
lienaea the state can and will control
iM-nver, May 1C Tha adoption
o'-fcrence committee reports on bills
giving the governor authority to cloiv
eulouii and prohtlilt the aale and pur-
hne of firearms III time r-f Inter. nil
iliaoriler today mnrkeu the closing
hoiiia of the cxti.i session of the stale
li-Klslalurc, which convened May I
under the governor's nil to coiisulcr
the folorud i coal strike and en 't
lawa dealliiit with the kltuatlon. Tlw
other lm-auie to re.ich the aoernor
wan the loll proMdlna u bond laiie
I l.iiuil.nlio to pay punt Anil future '(
peiuiea of the Colorado national guard
In Hirlka duty.
Two iiiceaaaea fulled of puUMiie, the
Hill for a comnituiioii.il aineiidinenl
tor the enuclnieiit of u compulxiry 'ir
lol rat Ion law and the emalilieliiiteiit
iff a KtHte police lorce.
The Heiuitp loduy reeonaldered ll
teeolutlon to adjourn atne die ul H
o'clock tonlKht'iind plana were made
to brliiK the extra aeMlon to a clo.iu
The chief amendment to the ltiior
bill, a npproved in the conference re
port, pi o Idea that the county com
iniMilonera or the city counc;l may ex
tend the dai ol the expiration of the
aaloon licenaea for a period cinil
that for whhh the mi I, ion wua cloned
The ao-cald-d nun bill mukea the
governor aupreme In controllInK the
Rule or purch.ie of llrenrma without
declarliiM" martial law. II lenvea to
the Rhcrifl of each county the rlnlll to
Ray who shall bear urniR. with the pro
vleloit thai the Hoveraor may take
i barge at any time. If in h.a Judg
ment the proviaioiiR of the law are not
bi'lnR proH,rly carried out.
The reaolution by Kcliatot Helen
King Itoblnaon anklllg the preaidenl
to appoint a board in arbitration to
iidjuat the coal coiitro. ety and to
keep federal troopa in t'olorado until
II la aeltled, whlih paRed I lie aenu'.e
ycalerday, wua ordered printed In ll
houae Journal toinoiruw thereby kill
.VIvlrTR Named to ieritr.
At the augKi-Rtion of tloernor Am
nion the aaaembly adopted a Joint
revolution f r the appointment of a
comiiiUtee ol three aenalora and three
repreaiutallveR 4o act aa udvlwra to
the governor In the futiiie conduct
ol Ilia alrike altuiitlon and to make
am h augReKtion to the twentieth
general aauemlily next January for
if violation aa they may deem necea
owing to a delay In printing lhi
Renal Journal rho hour for adjourn
ineiit waa bunged from nooit lu I
l.laliFHITIT MAT IV TIIK
1,1 IH.OW l ItT MVHTIU,
Iener. May K. With the termi
nation of the trial of Major Tatrlck
J. Ilamrock on chargea of aron,
murder, manlaughter nnd larceny
till Indefinite, Col. W. A. Iavla, pre
blent of the general court martial.
Rluted that l.ieut. K. K. I.luderfeit.
chief witnea at today aelon, would
be tha next defendant placed on triul
In toiinecilon with tha charge grow
ing out of the bat Me and lire at Lud
low Anrll 20.
Lieut. I.lnderfelt on tha tand told
of taking the machine gun platoon
ftom Cedar Hill to l.udlow about (
in tha morning In reaponae la tele
phone cull for aid. Ha took pom-
tlun on Walcr-lauk bill. Iia aald. anu
described the. departure r.f tomn
ami children from the font colony,
followed Inter by armed singer who
took n poltlon In the railroad cut.
Aa Ihe strikers moved out he anlil hi
men pleaded with him to h allowed
to fire and aald: "I told them not to
fire until fired upon; those nr. in)
lis said after the first fire from
the striker he gnva lila men specific
order to fire, giving thrni the murk,
"itme and windage.
He toatlfled thnt late In the eve
ning he heard of the rupture of lauil
Tlku. Ureck leader, and with hi men
went to the point where he wa held
prisoner. He en Id he cave Tlka Into
the custody of Herat. I'. N. Ciillotn.
Ilia teatlmony on the Tlkna rupture
He told of find entering the burn
Inu tent colony and of rescuing
wnmnn and two children, .ill badly
frightened, and reroiinted 'iitnln
Curntr rescue of non-combatant.
Underfill testified Ihnt liiforinallon
secured in personal conversation with
the striker wn thnt many women,
children and Malum atrlkera hud left
the colony during the du irei'edlna
the Imitle imil muiiy 'Ireck hud en
tered .lie colony. He testified that
ninny rivihnn from Hunting and
Dclugun rnme to the aid of the mllllla
luting the day' buttle.
At the conclusion of I.lnderfcll's
testimony ndjoiirnini'iit wna taken
until 10 o'clock Momlnv mornlnl.
.lodge Advocnte K. Smith an
nounced today that he planned to
Conclude the Hnmrock trial Tueadny.
Will Find Out
Who Got the
Interstate Commerce Commis
sion Determined to Locate
Favored Financiers Who
Got New Haven Cash.
j Iljr iMareJ Wlro to F.fnlng Herald
Wnnhlngton. May I. "Juat who
got the vnniahed mllliona belonging
to the atorkholder of the New Ha
ven railroad and how the ileal were
curried out by which thee mllliona
were diverted from the rond'a treas
ury to the pocket of favored tlnnn
rlerR are nueatlon which the Inter
atale commerce commienion epwl
In anawer through the pending Inves
tigation Into tha New Haven flnati
tul affair. "
Thu win Rtnted nuthnritatlvelv to
day the purpoae of the rommiRilon
In forcing the examination of Charles
B Mellen, former prealdent of tha
New Haven, and of other wltneaaea.
who have been or will be culled on
Examination of paper nnd docu
ment now in ponHcHRion nf the Com
nilMilon Indicate clearly. Chief CoUII
Hel Joaeph V Kolk pointed out, that
It became really a practice of certain
financial Intcreei t buy up proper
lie which they had been led to be
lieve the New Haen w mted, and
then unload them onto th" New Ha
en at from two to four time what
they paid for them.
In view of the commian'on and of
Mr Folk, ault Would lie atfainM the.
Intercut by which they could be
forced to retore money ao obtained
to the New Haven Rlo-k holder.
Mr. Kolk aald neither he nor the
rimiiiilMliin hud reieived further
rommunicalion from the department
of JiiRllce concerning the teatiiiiony
of Mr. Mellen already iidduced of
about In be given.
mm is found
HOT GUILTY OF
Tularosa Man Acquitted in
Trial at Roswell on Indict
ment Growiner Out of Fa
mous Water Litigation.
(aeal Dlaaatek la KvektaaT lleral"
Itimwell. N. M.. May 1.-The Jury
In tha cne of tha taa ugninHt llapp
S. Council or TularoHu, charged with
perjury, whlih wu brought here on
a chunge of venue from otero coun
ty, returned a verdict of not guilty
tin afternoon after being out only
a few minute. The cue waa begun
Monday morning and waa hotly con
leMed throughout tne week. With
three aenaiotia each day. Tha eaa
grew out of a noted water litigation
III Tularoea, whlih Waa decided by
Judge Medler. J. I- Porter, on of
tha litigant, wna accuaed of violating
the order of the court and In the uffi
tempt proceeding that followed he
waa convicted and acntenced to sixty
day In Jail. Thut waa In 1I1.
Kapp M. Council and hi wife tetlfld
agalnat Porter In the contempt pro
ceeding and laal November the grand
Jury of Otero county Indicted Mr. and
Mra. Connell with having given ful
teatlmony in thoe proceeding. About
rrty people from otero county at
tended the trial.
Muni Peruvian I'KtnwT.
Lima. Peru. May U.Ocneral Pedro
Munis, Ihe new Peruvian minuter nt
war, will alao act as premier In the
cabinet formed by President Oscar
l.enavldes, who wua yeaterduy elected
to oltice lo aucceed Ihe exiled prea
MS soldiers tflTQULD LOAD
1 1 u rum
Minstrels Thrum Guitars and
Sing Battle Ballads as As
sault on Saltillo Gets Under
OF EASY VICTORY
Constitutionalist Officials As
sure Government that Oil
Operators May Resume Op
erations at Tampico.
lly I -r nurd Wre in Evening Herald.)
Ilipulolo, Men , Muy It. The army
of liencral Villa wu early nxtlr to
nu) In preparation for It advance
ugninHt the federal gurrlKoti of HhI-
I il In. The men, eeminnl nlwus
cheerful, were In excellent pirit
New that a contltiillnni..iM pnrtv of
Sua men had surprlHed nnd routed
tun federal near I'aredoii yeterday
littered through the rank, putting tin
men In it I humor and ru-rvlng to
atari the Improvlecd folk eotiu In
wbli'h the Mexican hoIiIIi .-a delight.
Hinriely a unglc company but ha
neveral favorite liitliRt rel who impro
vte vi-rc or. the huppemng of the
campaign und the camp.
Oeneral Villa hun ralUed the ef
fect of mtieu on the epii.t of bin
men nnd the organization of band
nnd clioruReiM ha been encouruged
Theae amg cndlen vclxe compoed
by theiimelveH eulogixlng Villa, Car
raitxa, their gun ti nil hnrrfc.
There a keen rivalry liiwecn the
nu n of the ditforent brlg.ulc and the
badge iIibI Ingiiinhiiig the command
are proudly diplned. T'io men are
well clothed, but are not dlHtictively
uniformed. There la a sprinkling (
khaki uniform, but the greater num
ber wear blue overall. The men,
however, wear colored biinil with the
name of the brigade printed on th-in
in black to diMtii,gjh their com
mand. 1'nuully tluH are worn on
the lelt arm, but Mometlmc are ni'ol '
to aerve a a haliiund. The band of
the arugoxa bilvude, aald to lie toe
crack organisation of the army, 1
White. Till brigade I commanded
by Kaoul Madero, brother of former
President Kranclaio Madero, who r it
a Khort time ngu when hi brother
met hi tragic death in Mexico City,
wu u Cornell utlergrudunte.
According to later report of tin'
Contact actl in lnt night near I'are
doii, (leneral Madero wu in com
ninnd of the conNtltutioiiuiiHta there
and won hi firm laurel a a briga
dier general. The federii which
Compriaed the Pun don garrumn i r
utterly unuble to cheek the advame
on the port of the X.iniKixa brigade
which tieneral Madero P d Into ac
tion, and evacuated the town. Ma
dero led hi men into the strong po
sition late luxt night.
Vll.l.iti:i. oiihi itro Ti
PHOTIXT oil- MWAf.r ilS
El Puso, Tex., May 16. tli.veinor
Vlllureul of the state of Nuev I.crn
hn been liiBtrui ted by tieneral Car-
rania. firm chief of the coniltu:lon
uliHta, to make" a thorough InvertUn-
lion of hlatement that V. K. Texu
agent of the Kugle oil company a:
Monterey. being held aa lion.u
fet that town for a forced In in of
fi.oun, ai,u 0 offer Texu every pro
teitlnii. Conatilullonaliat official
here were Informed by representa
tive of the Codray oil interei that
they hud received a mooing.! from
Texa that he wa being miide 1 hot-
age and that prompt action was nec
enry to prevent hi arrest. 'Jen-
em! Curtanxu's order wc ,'wnie
when theae report were tranemjltcd
to him by the local nfllclul.
MINKS tMI,V Ol" AMHIU't
AT Ttl IUIPI PKOI-I ItTY
Kl Paao, Tex., Muy 1 Neg-Hla-
(Inn were started today with con
RlltiitliinullM ofliclul by l lnirm II, e
sel, general manager of the Mine
Company of America, to neiurc an
nrrangemeiit to permit the reopening
of the propel tie closed during the
recent dUdurhuncea. The company
opeurie six mine In Chlh iuhua und
Konora and i ne In Arixona.
I I ll n ii i: i stt
i:t IT l lM M1IV
WaRhlngloii. May !. Th.it Mexi
can federal had evacuated Moiu lovu
In Coo tin I l.l and that ton ciciHtltution
Blit under tieneral Murguia had
taken poneiMMlon of the t"n, mov
ing from Ciudad Portlriu lla, wa
reported today lu the atale depart
ment. roKTnTTIOVW.ST! AHSI'HF,
AMI lilt NH OF PHOTi:TIO
Washington, Muy Is. Mexican rn'i
atiiulioliul forcea under leneral (Ion
ia lea, now occupying Tumplco, hnve
ussuied I'lllted State Consul Miller
there that Americans and other for
clgtiers may return lo the city and
lh.it every consideration will be shown
them, fonaul Miller report every
Ihlt v quiet and that the city ha been
lu perfect order since lis occupation
by ,inernl llonxalea.
A report from American Consul
rtor.iiey, now on lua way home Ir on
Senator Walsh Declares Secre
tary of State Wrote the
Tolls Exemption Plank into
LOOKS ON REPEAL
WITH HOLY HORROR
Says There was no Debate in
Framed Platform Because
(lly 1 4' mi I Wire to I 'toning Herald.
Washing. on, May 1. The state
ment that WtlMini Jennings llry.m
deliberately nppruM'd the loll ex
emption plank ol the liemocratic plnl-
f in in. a a metiiln r of the suh-coin-ni
i lie on rcaoliitioim, which picpur-l
cl the platform, nan made ill the I
ir today by rtenutor Valh ol .M.m-
I, mn. Recrel.iry of the ul-eoininiite . I
Henalor Wal.-h declared an open j
repudiation of a -"'lenin covenant by j
political parly would caue nil to,
recoil from It with horror were It,
proponed by another man than the.
president of the Caned Stale.
"For myrelf. it moral anpect a-
Riime no ulfferent hue because ti j
comiiicnd It." ndded ihe senator.
A a u bet It ut e lor the repeal lull.
Senator Wulh urged the adoption ol i
foimer Presidi in Tuft's proposal t-i
Riibtiilt the con'rovi-ry to Ihe supreme
The Montan.i senutor took up si
length the p.illlmore platform be-
caiiNe he aald it nail neen laiiiiiate"
the tolls plank had been Inserted tir
repllotiHly and he declared hi belief
that the HHh-commlttee of eleven
elected to di. ill the pl.utorm n elved
the proposed toll plank from Si n i
"There w.m no debate on II. lm
ply because it wall generally approv
ed or aciintcneed In." said Henutor
He said Mr. Ilryan nnd Sen.imr
O'llormtin were ni-ked to put the
platform In impropriate latiguaiie and
thai thev invited Senator pomerenc
and biiiiHcir l'i assist.
"When the toll plank wa present
ed,'' Raid Si n.itor Walsh, "Mi Itrvati
expressed hi approval but said it
should be a 'Com pun led by another
iallk llechlTilig ng'lllINt the ndmlssioii
of railroad owned ship to the ciinit.
And no the platform reads after the
declaration .oiicernlng tolls
"We :ilo note the nlo favor l.
Islatloii fofiitilding the U"e of the
Panama can il by ship ow 'led or con
trolled by i iilroild carrier cngused
In transportation competitive with
the canal "
Senator V ilsh said he had n i
temptation to escape from the tram
mel of the plntform on the puerile
suggestion thai the plr.tik was contri.
ill. 't.d by another against RUhslilte.
"Why. In 'hit view the canal telt
I a sill. vi.lv tn tho shlpplne inter
et," he il lured. "Whv did w
spend $l'i.. ..'.', mil) to build It, ex. ept
to mil the -hipping Interests."
WOMEN CARRIED AWAY
BY POLICE FORCE
lly l4awd Wlm to Fvcnnm Herald. 1
Wukellelil. Mu.. May 1H A large
crowd wlii.li had gathered today
near the furniture factory of the llev
wood Hrottiets and W.iketield enm
pnnv. the scene of rioting last night.
Was driven (mm the streets by tin
police. In the crowd were many wo
men, sonic ' whom resisted -md wen
carried off I ) olllcet.
Ki n Kill piitosl, atale that so far a
be could ! .in. no Amen, mis were
k lied in hn district, before I be tunc
he left. In I thut all ihe railroads
were parub'ed, rhletly from lack d
fuel He ! " the coi,ul.ile in charge
of the llriin.il vice consul
Admiral Hudger has reported the
arrival tml.iv at Puerto Mexico from
Tampico ,.f the Mexican giinbnuu
III a vo, .aiauoaa and Ihe tug Tam
pico The cruiser Tacoma and two de
stroyers arc with them.
lF.-TltoV tl li AMI HICW
fitopi iitv iiutntF. i.i: wist;
Eagle Pass, Tex., My 14. Ilclore
rvacualing M.mclova, Ihdr llnal stand
on the Mexican National railway, be
tween Poilrus Negru und Saltillo.
federal destroyed print cully ..II
American prorty In Ihe town, ac
rording to n dspul h received today
M Ple-lru Negraa. The message came
from tleioril Margin, In command d
the conslilulionalist force at Sabtua
Ha alo sod lb, federal, who left
Monclovn eelerdaf were reported 'o
le murcblng overland to tAiltillo io
Jo n Ihe g in .son there under (leuerul
"e'naco and Joaquin Maa.
OF FATE OF
Iluerta Said to be Exerting
Every Influence to Obtain
Information as to Fate of
EXPELLED AS A SPY
Brings First Hand Report
From Mexico City that Dic
tator's Tenure of Office is in
(Dy ln'il Wire lo ( veiling flcralil
Washington. May Hi. State depart
ment ollli iaU awaited (oilay a n pli
from the Iluerta government to th.'
urgent lii'imry made by the Kr.ixili.m
minlsli r in Mexico Ci'v, at the rcti:t
of Scrct,it:,' l:t.in. lor Inloi inatlon
loiicermng tb. wheteabout of Pri
vate Samuel parks. Spanlrh A.uou
sailor ltlallo lod.ix received il dis
patch from the Iluerta governmeat
piomislttri linmcditc Invent igailnii.
Mr. Ilryan said he had iioelved no
proof fiom the I It ii . 1 1 lo il that patks,
who went through the Mexican line in
hi uiiitotui, wa cxeiuled. Put il is
known that the minister, u well a
tieneral Fiinsioti In Vela Crux have
been told n peuiedly that the young
private hud met with u summary ex
ecution. Iist night report, corroborate I
today from Vera Crux by American
Consul Canada, that Tuipan on the
eut coat of Mexico I In the humia
u. constltullonnllsts, raises a iUeatlon
here aa to 'he poaslble occupation by
the conslilulionalist of Loin. Inland
which Ins only a lew miles oil Tux
pulll. The llneita litlholiT keeper
turned ow r the lighlhotiHc to the
American navel forces who have kent
the light burning.
The state department since had ad
justed the matter by offering to turn
the light house back to the Hn-iti
kee ei if they would maintain the
Interest In the mediating program
In the .Mexican ciIkIm centered lu Ihe
nmal tore tin afternoon of the
Secretary I ' r .t il sai.l today that tic
ilticHllon of peimiitlng Ihe shipment
of arms from the I lilted Stales I m
Mexican ports was not before tne
state department for consideration In
lew of jsccrcluiy i Jarrisoii's cx;)au.i
tl.io that prohllutioti of ful l lo r ship
ment of arm across tin' Mexican bor
der b i done at bis direction mid ap
plied only to Ihe bolder It was assum
ed that no attempt would ,ie mote to
Int. rlcr,. with any shipment to Tim-
I'lco or 1 ilxpani.
Secretary luiilcl. sild representa
tive of two of the laigest ii ni mil rill Pin
iiianufactui ers In the I'nlted States.
1 1 lip l ie, I w itll linn after the sillllillotl
became acute In Mi xico and assured
t.im their firm would not send nnv
further shipment t" eitlor of the
Mexican lii lions.
III I IITV III sv l.ooklNti
I I' 1111. PUCK MTH H
Washington, May 1 Spanish Am
bassador lliuno today received a dis
patch from the Mexican minister ol
foreign alt.iirs. slating that vlgntoii
InvesllaKllotl of I h disappearance ol
orderly Samuel purs Immediately
would be made icy the Iluerta author
ities. The dispatch witch in a repl
to a note sent by Mr. Itiatio, calling
attention to the anxieiv of the l'linco
Slate government a to Haik.
I I IITHI Il AsM It i: OF
kll'ITV OF TIM Al
Washington. May I. Kurt her as
surances real bed the stale depart
ment today liom Hie P.rarlli.in nita-
Istcr in Mexico City that niciican
Consul John I; Stllim.in who wa- ini
I risohed al Saltillo is en route lo Mex
ico City, but that hi arrival has been
delayed by Interrupted railroad c au
ditions. I.lltest report stale that In
thoitld have nai bed th.) Mexican cap.
Ital last night or e.uly today but l'i it
transportation operations were very
TI'XIMM t.so I
III MillF. KiMI II TK Xl.lsl's
Washington, May Is Tuxpam oi
Ihe east coal of Mexico, between
Vera Crux and Tumplco la in Ihe
hand of ciKisliliillonullsl. according
to a report to the slate depurtmetil
today Iroin Consul Canada at Ver i
Crux. Consul Canada aald a party of
Spanish refuge,. arriving lu Vera
Cru from Tuxpum In a launch, in
formed him thai constitution. ilist.i
under (if icrul AkiuIIu had occuplcl
Oil. MF.N WlIT IXHt
M UH I IIOM TWIPICO
New York, May Ii. Th Imal rep
reaentatlves of the various oil com
panies oH-r.illng In and aiotind Tam
pico were still without definite advices
loduy icgniilutg conditional ul tha'
port. Thev were of the opinion, how
ever, thai the llitiitliin In CMiililal:'
t ii k ip ir Mich Mi. ipe a to permit
.in calk i eMiitn pt n,n of operation it
Ihe well and retliorn ' f ir a '
known here, liltln d. image ha oecn
fimtaiticd by an- of tho conii.mle,
and that i -hieiiy Ihrough ovcrllowinK
V.elll , ,- MaNllllte.
I I HI It MM 1111 I' It f l TO
(I T Ol T OP UV VM
Wushliigtoii, May Hi iliiayma. mi
tile West coast of Mexico, I I'lkely to
I vm oaied by Ihe leileral garrison.
aiioiding to a report transmitted lo
Hie navy depnrtmetit from Admlra,
II. .W .ul today, K I In the town wis
said lo be Mcarce.
pi,iu.iiiasio nut .wn nicwx
ti M ill III l T S i) K.XTIN
Washinglon, May l.-- The llrnxll
ian lnllilf.1,'1' ill Mexico Itv III n re
pott I.i the stale ilcputtmcnt today
ix,e..,.i i ppi ehcnsion i.c.ir.linif u
number of American who have con
cent,:!'. .1 at San vjiielilin nod he said
be bad asked the nearest Uritlsh con
sular oflleer lo render Rtlch iissisl
ance us Is poHsloe.
ItltlTlxll M.sPPI'HM N
I API III II AS SPY
'era Cruz, May Id. Oliver Madox
lliicller, i oi rcpon.l. nl of the London
lillllv Isxpless. I'.IH been expelled
from Mexico City, ultlioogh he Was
the hearer of u Itrlltsh passport.
Three times he wu arrested In the
capital on the lilleitaiii.n (hut he was
.1 "notorious American spy," and af
ter hi last release hv received the
order of expulsion und ni lived here
on u refugee ti'itti today. He says no
change has tasen place In condition
III the capital, so far u I apparent
on t he sin lace
The lefiigee train brought In twen
ty Aon leans and a number of Mex
icans. The commisnlon of naval officers
which ha been euguged in Mcparaling
the piisoners confined in the forties
of Sun Juan tie t'luu, completed it
woik today. It released ','5 federal
army recruits us well u a nuiubei
o (prisoner guilty of minor offense
The remaining prisoner who are
chained with serious crime have
been held In prison and are em
ployed in hard lubor In the dry dock.
The Mexbiin newspaper today
publish a report from Mexicun
source stating that the country tihout
I'llelil.i. I'll) miles SoUtheiINt of the
capital, overrun by constitutional
ists nnd thut tho city la Virtually in
u state of siege. The pupers discredit
the report thut Provisional President
lluertu la preparing to make a lust
land at Puehlu.
l:i IOIITS TO I I M iKWTKIt
I'KOVK I W AII IMi
Washington, Muy li. The state
department declared lodny that all
eft'ot l to locate Kdwurd licpcw J ma
ter, (in Allierbaii newspaper llllia. hud
so far been trultless, but that con
tinued clfoils would be Hindu by
AM, IMTIF.XTs ON Till:
MH.ACI. IMilVfi Vtl I.I,
New York. May 111 All the pa
tients. In. Inding amputation ciimc.
brought lo re from Vera Ciux by the
j hospital ship Solace me doing well,
uccoriium to ir. (. ii. Smith, in
ilium,. ,,f the naval hospital lu the
Hrooklvn navy yard.
Such u great nuhiitity of flower
and dainties have been Rent to the
hospital thai the authorities urn at il
loss what to do with them. The nuvj
department has acceded to the re-
liicst of the convalescents thnt they
he permitted to rejoin their comrades
lu Vera crux. They will go back In
the Solace whin she sails, provided
their condition Is Invoiuhlc.
P VM Wl l.lt
OF M Al. FT I'FVI H
May 111. -A radio-
riim was l e
Iveil in Marc Island to
I'nited State gunboul
Muzatli.n harbor, un
dent h on board lust
master Ni huhntt of
as pavmastci- at Pugel
day from the
noun, tug t he
iiiuht of '.
sell I lei lever.
cv n bolHott w
Sound navy ,
fin ly when
MeXli ;l II W lite
ird. Unmet loll, S ash
to the U kshurg re-
tha. vessel siiiled for
is. According to ihe
elved today Ihe V. ks
d for Sun Pedro to land
burg bus Hiiib
GO TO PRISON
If! 3 WEEKS
United States Court of Appeals
Issues Mandate Today Or
denng all Convicted Ones
Placed in Confinement.
fly la-anrd Wire lo Kvenlng Herald.)
( liH-.iii", May Hi. All deiemi ini i.
Ihe structural Ironworker "dMi.imltu
i oio piracy'' rus. h, w ho are n iw out
on bonds or vhose convictions werj
nttlriiod reieiitlv, will cither surre'..
Ii r at the gov eminent prison lu
l.evenworth or be laki n to the s in
I, nil, iiy ihiee weeks front today il-
cording I i a maud ite Issued I., ihe
I luted Stale court of appeal bit 4
The court took under advisement
the case of olaf Tveitmoe, Snn Fiali
Cisco; Hlciiar,! n. IPoilihin. c1iicm.i,
sud William llcrnhur.lt. I 'lie inn ill
These three were granted new trial
I'll! Ihe Kovellimelll pellllollcd (or a
rehearing of that action.
D HERS MUST
Iluerta Envoys Reach Wash
ington Expressing; Pleasure
at Courtesies Shown Them
by the Government.
MEDIATORS LEAVE FOR
1MIAGRA FALLS SUNDAY
All Parties to the Conference
will Meet for First Time at
Dinner Party in Washing
(fly I rased Wire to RveMnf n era Id.
Washington, Mlf 16. T h
llirif s,m-IiiI ili'li-eatc who will
represent lite Inlerewta of tvtwra'
llwrta In tlio Mexbn is"are 0.
fiTituv at Uigara Fall, Onl
airlveil lii-re UHlay.
I'AHTHII'AXTM TO MF.ET
AT IIIVM K 1'AHTV TONIGHT
Washington, May It. Plana lor tha
assembling of the mediators, delegstos
and other oftlclula at Niagara Mall,
for the peace negotiations went for
ward rapidly today alter tha delay
and postponement of yesterdny. Min
ister Naon of Argentina, will leave nt
7 o'clock tomorrow night to beglU
preliminary arrangements at Nlugara
The depurtur of Justice Lamar, Mr.
I.ehmann nnd the American uftbiaisj
la dependent aomswhat on th plana
for tha Mexican delegates, who arrlvu
from the south thla afternoon, but ;t
In probable the various groups will
get nwny Sunday night or Monday.
Amiiussador Ueiluma of Mrasll and
Minister Suarcx will follow prabatily
All participants In tha mediation
conference will meet for the first
lime at the dinner given tonight ny
the Spanish ambnasador In honor 3f
the arriving Mexican delegatea. In
volutions to the dinner hvn been ac
cepted by the South American en
voy, who tendered their good offices
01 tneir rispertiva countrie. by thu
Hv.i American delegate, Justice I ai -
mar and Mr. I.ehmuhh, and II. Per-
clvul li.ulge, secretary to the Amer
oilier guests will be the secretary
und other attache ncompunylnf the
Sen. iter Kin no, ;he Spanish ambna
sador, planned to meet the Mexican
.'-legation at the railroad station and
later lo take the Ihree HuerU .epre-si-niiitives
to call on (I-. South Atucr-'
lean mediators. r,
Pirns for ihe arrival of the Mexican
parly at I 30 p. III. todnv were bgiptf
made at the Pennr'lvitnln station. .
Mi:XIC S fl.FAHF.O WITH
FOI ItTI-MFM MIOWtf TIIF.M
Wasliliigl.ill, May 14. Htedisjan
II. inks, representing the state depart
ment, who met the Mexican ilelegatea
to the Niagara Falls cnce conferetu
today telegraphed the department
they expected to arrive in Washington
at I S.", this afternoon. The party, Mr.
II. ink snlil. consist of seven olllclula,
six ladle nnd three servant.
The Mexican deli gules. Mr. Hanks
reported, expressed warm apprecia
tion ol the courtesy shown them in
postponing tha opening of the con
ference but thry announced tin plan
to follow their arrival In Washington.
Mi. Il.mk further reported that tnn
Mexican hud accepted tha twu pri
vate cur offered by the stale depart
ment and they were pleased alao al
THAW PREPARES FOR
A LITTLE NEEDBD REST
lly I .cased Wire in fcytnlng Herald. 1
Con. old. N. II, May IS. Within
week Harry K Thaw will leave tha
In. iel atiurtuienta In thla city w here It
has livid for eight months, accom
panied by Sheriff llotmun A. Irew of.
Coos county, bis cuotodi ia, and Police
man Clark U. Mieveii of thi city, his
room 11. ate nnd c'lil..nt companion,
be will pciid nine time at Steven
amp of talk il.iasusseouni, near
llriidford. After a visit to the luka
Sunupoe, home of W. A. Ilulney of
Newark. N. J.. Thaw, Drew and Htav.
ens will local for the usmmer at a
hotel In florbam, one or the gateway
to the White mountains.
Illg lire In Martinique.
Fort He Frame, Marlinmue, Muy
14. Fire liroke out nt 2 o'clock this
morning In the vicinity nf tha mtl
itury h .spii.il. Seven buildings vara
Fa rot her Head Musblans.
Pis! Moines, la.. May l FranK
Carol her of Kansas City waa today
elected president of tha American
Federation of Musician and M
Francisco wus chosen for tha
1 oliv clllloll.