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LETA KERALDVANT AD QO
YGUH HOT WEATHER WOBX
4ImiijiI dollar Iji rwsh ir k
in pw Metlm lrmi, fntn
Iihiktijiu nt, U mil r
Vol. B. No. .
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 1914.
TtlE EVEMNO mmAliD
Long Fight Against Exemp
tion of American Coastwise
Ships Ends with Victory in
1IOUST CONCURS IN
History of Long Struggle in
Diplomatic Circles and in
Congress for What Chiet
Executive Held to be Right.
(By I1 Wire l Kentn Herald. 1
Washington. June IS. With-
nut tli formalil) of a confer-
enre the house toduy by vote
f Jilt In il accepted Ihe sen-
ale amendment Ik Hip repeal
r the Panama lulls exemption
mid sent ilif bill lu I'leeoU-ut
Warhliigton, June 1.'. Frmli from
the Wim and apcitacular light In th
enate, ihu I'anama lolls exemption
lepra I bill returned p llie houar to
day for a lion on Ihe .Voriia-rfiintiionr
coinpiomlMe HiiiendineiH tiefore going
lu I'lmtdenl Wilaod lor citiature.
t 'ball mall Adainaon of Ihe lom
inirte lommittea in thme ol Ihu mil
I uiue moved that the huuav tmntr
with the amendment! Inaiead uf aenJ
Ilia It 10 confereni.
' Thf aeiiutr amendnienl," he aald.
"ahutild oe aiieplabla pi all advocate
of unifutui loll.. It . i . n eiaiilaly
appiopi late that Ihe eiairmi ni uon
tamed in Ihe amendment ahould be
made and promulaaiud In connection
with the repeal bill Itaelf II IB nolh
inn bui Ihe truth and aubataniially iiie
i am., deilaiailon haa been made by
ua on Ihe Hour of the houeo and il-
while mnn time."
An tttlempt. led by Hrpreaentaliv o
Mo. Itepublii dii. ol Srl Vnmnia
lo mibiiUUilr the at-nale enu nilim nt lu
th. loll lineal bill wllh an Minimal! t
(lr l.uatloh of the riht of Ihe I'niL'd
Slali k to dii I iliilnate In favor of Ua
own bIhi 4. wa detealid ill Hie houit
Hi pei lltalive lllaKK ol IKItllli.
Iieinoi ral. In a livelv defeiiae of I he
preiiili ut, in. i'b a aena.il lolial at la' k
on hla own pa'ly leadeia who oppo.i'd
the repeal, tliuuah avoiding lilt nlloti
ing Hi. in by n.iini-a.
"Thla prorpi'iliiig la not uniirinU
nig," Mr. lilnaa added. "Il la aiwi
nine. i'iiiiirM ahould leiilal ite and
unit talking o mm h. I repudiate
lhoe III . II who wrote the hereay of e.
eiiiiiiion into Ihe I lemui rat I-- plat
li.nn " fli-rmiM nlalive Molidell. of
Vomina. Kepubllean. aaid the mil
ale amendment waa not a i ompromiar
but a "elrailille.
Hi put. In an le ader Mann unnoiin.'.
d hta Intention to aupport the amale
amendment wlik h, he aald. ' nmk
thla whole lona light over the tree
tolla taniie a draw, open lr luluie de
l.betation and for future tin ik.oii. '
Ilivmilt Of l.(IM. ITl.MT
.(. I !T TIH.I.I KK.MrTIO
Wanlnngton. June 12. The nm-Hln
Of making the I'anama canal Iree to
American v earn I waa brought to llie
front when Ihe houno on May '
111:, incorporated In the act piovul
Ing for the eniabliahmrnt of ilvil gov
rrnment in the canal muie. a provimon
aiiihoriaing the prcaldent In harao
toll lo ttanelf lining the nitial. with i
I , i . v i a i n riempting American voaal
wine veiuiel from u'h chaigrn. I'r?
Ptenl Tall. In a menage to mngren
h.rf uiueil auch i iieini'tlon. The hill
had neen reiorled tu tile hollne pl'
vidim toll for all veanela hul the el
emplion piuviaion a adopied a nn
amendment. Thia ameiidineiit wa .n
Ihe bill a it went to Ihe n.ite
Heloie Ihe bill panned Ihe aenale.
(irawl Hiilain. on July 11, 111;'. Iliad
a formal iotet againal Ihe proponed
exemption. The note tiauamilted t '
Ilia ntate deparlment contended
The llritlah got eniiiienl thinaa
that tu allow American veaeel to pen
through the ci.nal without Ihe pa
inent of tolla would be to violate the
llay-l'auncefoie Ireaiy whether the
tolla are rmi collecled. or whether It
inflected they are refunded. A I"
lonttwiae trade, the llrlilnh govern
men! thlnka it would be difh ult to
frame a rnv talon which would 0 t
do injuntbe lo their Inlereat."
The Hay-I'aunvefote treaty auper.
aeded tha CU ton-Bui wer treaty un
der which Ureal Hrilain and the
I'niled edalea were. Jointly to biil'd
the ..n-i. ti,. iw i'-'-;;
aaieemetil. after providing rulea f.T
the regulation i f tile canal, li.mrd on
the rule governing Kueg canal traltP',
-The canal hall be free and o"'n
to Ihe-veaaela of commerce and of J'
of all nation ol nerv ing thenn rulea on
term of entire equality, an lhal thei
nhntl be no di rlmlnailon aaainel anv
auib nation or Ma illUena or aubjeeig
In reaped uf ihe condition or t lunge
f Ira Ilk or otherwise Much condi
tion or iliariii'i of trulllc shall be Just
unci eiiultable '
The llrltinh note of protest started
lengthy diplomatic correspondence
on the subject, lireat Milium through.
out diilmed lhH( the rtilPM Suin
oulil not, under the term of the
I rni I jr miike lull exemption of any vr
flu, whether II own, or other nation
Secretary Knox, who vonductcd the
urrcspondrtn 'or Hie lulled Mini"".
In several lengthy notes cuntendcu
that the exemption of American in"'.
wine shipping In no way discrim
ination against other traillc using m
mini. He asserted Ihat the i-kc mil
lion mm in the nature ml a unapiy.
! til. not by Imposing the toll for ier-
lain American vem In upon other hln
passing through the canal, but hy the
Aniciuan taxpayer thrmst Ivc in
paying (or the maintenance of the
"The hi uiiln ii or poeslide friction. "
wild Ihe note, "ha turn on,, of the
main ohji-rla of those method of .ir.
Miration of which the Cnltrd State
ha been for wi long a fori-iimst iimi
Throughout the hist M-ur of riem-
la nt Wilson ailinlnini latlnti thc.e
waa a tonnlant agitation for me re pen
f I hi. exemption limine. The prcl-
detil ll It lie known tliHt he favored
the repeal, and on March u. IV 14. he
delivered an addle to congress bi
Joint eioti, earnestly urging Ihe re-
iel The exemption, he said, was
'mistaken eionomlc policy- and w.i
'In plain contravention of the treaty.'
"The lane tlilnic to do." aald the
president, 'la Ihe only thing we ran
afford In do: a voluntary withdraw il
from a position everywhere quest IoiibiI
nil mlNUiideratood. We ought to le
ver ee our action without ruining tne
intention whether we were right or
wrong, and o on- nior deacne our
iipuialinn for ueneroaity ami tne re
denptlon of every obligation without
ijulbble or liealtalton
"I ak thia of you In aupport if ihe
.r.ll.'u f Ik. .amlnlHtrMlliill
H'lOill F..II, J .'I " -
hall not know how to deal wuhU" tn noimng win oe .,.. ..,
uh.r mailer. r even areatrr den a -v ;
...rf n..r. nueoaeme If vou do not
It lo me In ungrudging
peaker Clark. Majority lder I'n-
derwuod, and other liemoi rntli' lead
era In the holme oppoaed the preai
rtent'a demand for the reiieal. but af-
ter a vlgoroiia leglalntlve alruggle ine
holme, on March 11. pawed the "Im"
repeal bill. The meaaure then
I i the aonate
Inlheaenate Ihe fight wa, prolonged
and brought Ihe leading debater nt
.k.. i... a- it., tr.tnt p.,riv tinea
wera largely eliminated. Senator
n . .-a u....n. i ,..1 ,.rJL .,r...
Inent among Ihw ltepuulUna..w 6Q
eiipporli'd President Wilmn poatlmn
In debate and with their vote; Ihe
R.hi .ulnt .i... r.r,. . i i,.. ir.ini
. l. .i.i. t.,.inl..
O'lioriiian and Chamberlain leading
Ihe oppoaltlon to the president.
sr.XATK l'M IIIWHI'TIOX
4.1 VIM. IJII lK TO I'll MK
W lIiiiikjiii. Inn. L'-The aellate
ti day punned henator Knot a reaoliiiion
turning over to France the pit .a in
launch l.oiiine. built In Frame in iiv.'ii
anil lined by boih the Kirn. Ii i a ial j
company and lh(. I'niled Hta'.ea in oon-
ntruciion of the I'.m.iina i.inil ly
ing the French flag, the I... nine will
! accorded the place of honor M the
opening of the canal.
Besieged Garrison Loses Heav
ily in Killed and Wounded
Although Successful in Re
On Hoard 1'. H H California. Maa.it.
Ian. Mm., Juno II. t Hy Wirelena lo
Ha'.i Inego. Cal.. June U' I The on
iltutlonallnt army und.-.- licnetal
Obregon began today Ua ft I at innit ti
ed general anaiilt on the federal fort I
flratluna at Macallan, commanded nv
ileneral Itodrigur. The battle rag 'd
all day and although the benicgcd gar-
rlnon held ita pnitmnn, it lonl heuvily
In killed and wounded.
The flrt heavy rain of the wet aea.
en began here today and will add In
tha hardahlpa of the nunbalaiitn The
federal, who are abort "f nuprll
themcelve. and muni In addition keen
under control a atarvlng and horn lie
populate within their line, will Buf
fer moat from thia new burden.
The beelegem have plenty of prnvl
Ion and by reaaon of their auprrlor
n u in or I a, can keep the gnrrlnon ha
raaaed nuht and day. batwem .ia-
nnultn. while a majority of their num
The lebel gunboat Tain pi it wa
learned today, haa been floated at Top.
olobampo and If (he ran he brought
aouth to Matatlan. will greatly aid the
attacking foicca-tiy enverlnn 'th her
artillery fire their advaneee on P"l
tlon they have not dared to attack.
' OHIO MAN NOMINATED
, . . .
AMBASSADOR TO FRANCE
I ft ln-aj-) Wttpe --rewreig neeatd 1
Wnnlilngtnn. June I 2. Hepreennta.
live William (I. Mialp of Klyrt.i
Ohio, wa nominated today by I'rrnl
dent Wilnon to be ambannador 19
France, auccerdlng Myron T. Merrick
Mr. bnarp lg a lyemocrat.
Colonel Lockett Advised to
Leave Mine Workers Alone
so Long as They Remain
MUST CO-OPERATE WITH
Decision a Temporary One
Pending Return to Wash
ington of the Secretary of
(Ily Iaaiaeit Wire lo K veiling llernbl.
Trinidad. iolo . June I - That Ihr
eaatern organlxera ot the l ulled Mine
Worker of America, who arrived
I few day ago, may remain In the
telrike dleiriit with the underdtund-
them to Irnlale or luliaiiie ine anu-
alloii la ine lexi or a leicgiani
j i elve.l by Colonel l.in kelt. In loin
inand of the fi-derul troop, from An
' emiant te returv of War llieiken
; ridge, who m led in Ihe ubhem e
hla chief. Mr. Cmiiiaon
A meaauge i on t hi it ill K the Maine
reeomemndal.oii wa received by lo
cal of lb lain of Ihe fiiioii from W. H
Wilaon, aei retary of latior. I nlll t"e
inatier la fmallv decided hy fecre-
; lary iii.rr.aon ine e.ie.er,,
wiu ue (..i iiu..r., ... -
(Ilea anaigtied them.
nioriilng Colonel l-ot Rett
here I hi
1 flear llml there would he no deport...
; " "
ie. . ..-...r. . .. ....
aitlhoritiea find malnniined a
ful altitude that they would
allitude that Ibev would not hi
interfered with He alated that he
had been aeaiiieil by Ihe union nfll
chiln that the new men in the Held
I would not agitate or do anvthinK
likely tu Incite trouble. I.oirtl at r ike
leader nay that (he organlrera were
j "em here by International rnmd. nl
! John V. While lo lake Ihe pllli ea ot
oilier orgauliei who have lift the
dlMilct or Ihone now litre if lin y are
ai rented a the ernult of Ihe Inveali
Krtimn of Ihe ai.ind Jury.
r . f n.
raqui ana rima
Bad Mexican Tribesmen Fin
ally Whipped by the Pimas
in Effort to Capture Sonora
(Ill lraaP(l Wire lu K.venlng Hpral l.J
liouglan. Arm.. June i:. imtui
and I'iiiih Indiana fought one an
ther for Ki-veral il.on in a teienl at
tack upon and m defeime of the town
of Ciimurip.i, roiiora, and In the end
the Yaiitil annul. inln were driven otr.
uciordiug In advn.ee that reuched
When Vaiil rai.lern attacked the
town an appeal or ant waa in 10
the I'ima lube. win. h inhabit the
Murroiindmg talley. AI one time the
Vu.ii.in held half Ihe town, and the
lighting waa protueding at abort
range when Ihe I'ima appeared and
turned the tide of battle. Heavy
loanea weie inflicted upon the Va
nilla and number of di-lendera ol
the town were killed.
When the Va.Uia retreated they
took with them a number ot iap
lured Meaican women.
SUFFS MAKE THREE
TO BURN CHURCH
(My Itf-aertf Wire, lo trvetilng Herald I
London, June II. A detei iinnrii at
tempt wa made by militant niirTt. inci
te today to burn the ancient lunch
of Margaret , m Cblpnt I. four
teen mile aoulheanl of London Three
dutinct nr, fed by lit lighter com-
pnaed of wpiaren of lell nauiialed Willi
oil. were aet by the "amon aipiad
The rector, Hev. William H. Hiu'ie.
and the Vlllugeta ekllnguinhed the
rlainea belnre damage had been doll"
The ihurtli dale fn.m the twelftn
AT ANY MINUTE IS
NOW LOOKED FOR
IB I J-wand Wlrej in -reenlog fl era Id. I
Chicago. June I.'. Aillai r.. Meve.i-i-n.
former vice preniilent of ib
I'niled ntate I alowly linking and Hi"
end ig likely to tome any time
Popular Business Man Accepts
Executive Position at Direc
tor's Meeting this After
noon. Egan Secretary.
(Ily I- net! Wlra lu r.venlng Herald.)
iMIIeera weio elected by tho
new board of directum of the
Commercial club lit M meeliuK
held lit the i lub thla after noun.
' i iHi.lt n I . C. (I. Cufhinaii lift
vice preniilent, Frank .McKee;
4 vecond vice preaUlent, l. Itoa-
enwald. Iteanurer. Jere Mug-
Hard. Mcieiuiy, Thoinaa A.
The ihn-e dlrcc lora elei ted at lni
night meeting are: H. L.. Unw, "f
Ihe J. M .Moole Iteully company; It.
S. Itoneiiwald. if Itoaenv. aid Ill on ,
mid Jertv lluggaid, cualnei of Ihe
( Itlenn bank They am i ved Minion
Stern. I A. Macplit-raon and John
la e Clarke, to w bone nei vlcen Htale
Tieuauler C N. Mutroti paid hlKh
iribule til lant niKhl a mei ling He
exprenned the aeullmenla of the clul
In voicing keen regret that the by
law nievenleil their ro-ele- lion, and
the relirliiK director weie given a
vole of thank. The pant year. Mr
Marron aaid. had been Ihe nioet nuc-
cennful ill the limloiy of tin- i lull.
Foriy-Iive member atl-nded the
meeting. There were ten tiomiua
Il wan poind to be able to hold Ihe
eleitiou of e'tlceia Immedialely nfiel
the general meet Ing, but u Uorum
uf '.lie director, wua not on hand.
Vera Cruz Food
Secretary Redfield Advises
Big Markets Duties are Off
and Urges Supplies be Ru3h
ed Across the Gulf.
Ily la-MM-il Wti-ei to F. veiling HcraM.)
.Memphl. Teim , June 12. Vera
Cru la In urgent tn-eil of fuudnlufli.
a-cording in an oilb t . . I n-porl of Hie
I'liilnl State cutinul in tb it eltv. iiot
ed in a telegram rrccm d by the tner
C'b.itlln I hanac i,t McmphlH. flol'l
retary Kcdlleld ot tho dupurtmiiiii
of com incruo. Mi. Ktdlli Id anked III. it
nlnppel be III for iiioil thai (oodntilffa
inn tided lor i onaiitnpi ion in Vera
t'lux would be admiticd duty tier. In
hi I ! K I ill . dated June lu. Die cut:
aul ai Viin Cru reporter!:
"Fooil aupply pinlili tn hern lapid'y
Pi-ctnntng nerioiin. rt.'e for alaplcn
a I in on i probibitive. For cXatPle. ,
taioca aclllng for 'i') ceni a uoninl
Kobl iillnr article in piupnrlin.
fcuggcnl arrangement be mudn lo aeii
Veil i'iui laiue oilalll il it corn, bealin
In. latoi. . ham, etc., lu be gold at nor.
..VAIIItr-TTr; I OIITII'VINti Mill
HI I KNM T KAN l llM'NII
Vein Crua, June I .' - lenerul Ituui
N.ivarettp, in commiitnl ol a force
federal troop hetwi tu cm l lui an
Mexico Clly. I reioited f' he furlily
ing the town of earn Fraiiciaco, nom1
twenty mile from Vera Crug on tne
Inleroi egiii- railwav. The re
which flint came from ihe capital wa
ruliHlulil i. Hcit iy iiiiuits to tile Ainer
Icun aimv be.iiiiiarlei h here. deli
einl ,hv arette, it in ui.ilerntond. han
bout .'0. oiill men ut fm Franciaco.
ri'Ti in kii-n i n ii-ii
IIIIY llr ItHtl; t Ol III MltTIl
Wanhiniitoii, June I -' lli-poi la I
Ihe nl.ite lei,l rt lllenl tod ) alilti-d tb i
jOregorlo Aliare. Capl un Itunh a Fi
I lldii'i boy. a prmoner ill .Mexico Citv
I nn for II ml before military boar
tpcte. Annuram r weer gtv-n aoji
time ago that ho woatd ue releitned.
SENATE LINES UP
FOR NEXT GIG
I Ily In-aneil Wire o Kvenliig; Herald
Waahinglon, June 13. Ad-
mlniniiatlon atnui' m aoughl
coiift lein en at Ihe While llouae
loiluy to lay the linen for Ihe
next l.-gialative hulue -the en-
actmenl of I'renid. nt Wllioin n
Hunt program. Wuli Ihe I'an-
aina ola repeal out of Ihe way
after wpek of cU deliwie. the
a.lmininti tlon f'H'i- will bend
their energie tnwaid puaaag of
the trunt til I in. alnolv approved
in Ihe boune and now awalllng
action In the aeiiate Judii lary
and In'.eratale i uii.ineice coin-
Guarded Expressions From
Members of Conference To
day Indicate that There is
Still Hone for Success.
CARRANZA'S NOTE IS
Names Three Delegates Who
will not be Officially Recog
nized. but Fails to Make
Reference to Armlstic.
Wa.lilnctoii, l. V., Jime 11.
More injillml-in limn IM In-ill lb
He j I-,) ,,ver tin- Mexican alluatlon
lit ullli ll i-trclim lr arniM IIiim
waa rvlihtit talav anwing nu-m-Imt
of tlm i-uliliiiH. Sv-rf-tary
luvan caiiM- out of Hie iiietHlog
naylng Hie r.lluatlim baikiil i-r.
otlH-r iiM-mla-m iliila)uil llie
Mtme feeling, hut would not ills.
iu- tlo- lwU for llM-tr li.Hjii-ful-
Miigara I'ulK June VX TIk
nii'iltnlora ntnl otP"-mg iloliitutew
liHbiy t-eiliiit'il to writing tin- lltt
plank iHJ llu-lr H'a.o plan In '
tinrduii with I'M- aur--iiiiiil
rtai, IhiI yi-ntiTilay. It waa not
ffly laned Wire l. i- veiilliil lletalil.)
Ningar.i Fall, out., June II. The
nicduitora will not oftlciaMy udmit lu
Hie coiiii iciice hen- the ri prenenta
tive lieni-ral Carranaa ban un
noiin. ed be will aenil lo Niagara
Full. The South American diplo
mat wild they could not recede from
their original condition, demanding
a n niminiice. I no umpuicii imni
iillillu yeeli-tdiiy elating Hint Hie
I'arr mfci note muiln no iiieniion of
the cnnilii loiin under w hich tin win
nending delegate won nhw n lo the
mediator.-. They declined to make
i mill comment, but let it W known
lie, l their I ltlii.lt- hud undergone no
i hang.-. They reiterated Hint nd
lillnMon of the . nlintlllltlonalinln i
ami will com nine to be cniitingt-nl
upon ileclii ration of nn armlnilce.
The meduiloia will have no oiijec.
tioii if a conteM-rue conui in- ii.-i.i ue
tween Ihe Huerta deleg.ilen, Ihe Car-
rtiiJi in-legiui-n mill tin- aiin-i n
In la. t nut h a niiggentlon ban bei-n
iiiiiler coiiHidei al ion l"r ome time.
Ili.it if an Hgreemt nt could be.
reii' bed iiclween int-ne iniee nti le al
mterent ihe llletllalorn would fi-
inillv i, dimt all to tin- nin ii ing uf a
(irotoi ol. 1
It in coimnlcrc 1 ponnllile that tne
in ran ..i delegate might be inlor-
inally received here and their ingu
liient heard nn to why an urmudlcc
caniiol lie di-i l.ii'ed. Hut on Ihi
point there han been no ciynl ihuition
of nenlimenl and the iiilltieme of Ihe
Aineli'iin dclegalea to oliiain al leant
,i hearing for the onniiiiiiioiuilinm
when they tome may be iiiougbt tu
heat nil Hie nltlllltloll
Tin- Ameriian delegiilen looked
upon ihi- announcement from S.illillo
an a distinctly i-iuouiaKing nigu. an
ilidicntioii thai all aide now recngnixe
the value of mediation ua a way of
reatoring peace. It la nut at all likel.
they will try to pelmatic the inedi
utoin nut to clone tbi- limit on I he
i ounlllutioual deli g lt'-n
On ihe oilier hand llie need for
i oiiMtitutionallnt rt preeeiiiution in the
view of niie of Hie mediator m d.ilU
illniinlntlilig He an Id the inedlatol
In, in the n'.it -ci had taken the inter-e-.li.
of Ihe l-onntlt iltoi,,lnln fully Itlln
i ,,lniilel at Ion Ainu the Aineiuan
delegate lime kept in loin h with the
ttnhi n of the i tiiMituliinaliln
tbiough the WahhiiiKlon go el iiiuent
i in l i n,i ileleii.iti b could nlve valu-
It iiitoi in, nn. n and an"-taiu e to
i be I'niled .-tatee. upmi vv In. mi rentn
Ho- rrnpiiimthilttv f"t lulngiiig peace
out ol Hie prrneul haon
t llltN. III I'l V MAT HI
ihi: mi ih vroit umiv
Wanhuigion. June I.' - lit-neial
i ai ranr.a' reply to Ihe Mexnan me
dialoin. announcing hla intentioii of
M-inling three dt -legate ! Hie Ni
agaia i onlereiit e. wan recelvetl here
eaily l.elay and foiwurdetl to Niagara
F.illn. No annollllt ellicnt of the cotl-
lenin of i Mll.uiitan replv wan maile
her-t but it Rill iilltti-tntood Hie Hole
in nil. -ill on the nubje. t of an iiruiln-li--e
and dorn not give the naintn m
I b men . w h-i w ill be nenl t-i lepre
nelil the connlll ut lona lint It I
known, however, t tin I Italael .uba
lan, iiiininter of Ihe Interior in Ihe
Canaii caluiitt. and thief of Ihe
aaeniV here, will mil be among Ihe
Uelegairn. a lit-neial Cairauaa con
nnler .uliumn ia needed lo look
after allalra here.
1 Two of the delegate are almoit
i en. nn to be t.uin I'al'ti'ta a proitii
iienl figure In the. i oniilutioiuilml
luovemenl. and .lone Vnnconcclon. a
young lawyer. The name of the
third man wiim Imt kimwn hi-n-
Carinnxii replv tame Ihrough t"
WnnhiiiKlou from K.-iltillu over a Hpe
i lal leiined teegrnh wire and wan
put In the form of n noli- lure by
. I'luian. whu fotw-iiriled it !' mail
to Niagara In I In early od,i. Il may
len'-h there tonight.
I'renldelll Wilnon I, id. IV a ill hoimeil
the iitiiioiincemeiit lhat be cniintilern
Ihe progn nn of meihutloii lit Ntngar
l-alln nn "very em onragmg " No for.
lull Hlatellielll wa made of the liaal
of Hie prenldcllt'n o pt III! il'lll. but II
wan mild unofiii la Ily I tut I he ixpeclx
mediation to have u ml' ceanful out
come WUiiiri the next few day.
( ltllN. IIIM IVKII III I'l.V
TO NMIt. Ill I. I I. A I K
El I'aao. Tex., June I if. Ileneral
Cnrranibi in Inn noci-pian. e of Ihe
proffer of tbn A. II. C. mediator
merely named Ibree delegate to par
ticipate in Ihe i onlerem en at Niagara
Full, il waa anneried toady on good
aul horny. He did l"l take up the
mailer of an armlnilce. nor deal with
whether lie would dim una IhrotiKh hi
reiri nenlatlven the inlernal nn well
a the Intel national alfaiin of Mexico
The third member ol Carrana
cotniuinnion. It wan reported, would
be Ftjinaiifbi Igleaiu Ciibleron, lend
er of Ihe Liberal purlv. who now i
with I arranxa at M.iltlllo. Cgbrere,
and en- oiii ebiH will iiilliplete the
Ammunition Ship Knew Noth
ing About International Ex
citement She Caused Until
She Docked at Tampico.
(It I rased Wire In TTveinlng llera.tLI
T.imi'ico. Mix. june II. (Via Lar
edo. June 1.' The Heanmhip An
tilla from New Yutk today dlai barged
hur cargo of ammunition for tne con-
gtltulioualict. Hixteen hundred cm-
of amiiiurntlon and two aeroplane
wi re immediately ilinputched north "n
a epecial train
I'ntll artt-r her arrival nt Ihe wliuil
hern the Autilla knew nothing of tl
prnjetted nlo- kade of the port nor Ihe
presence! of Ihe federal gun boa in ..ua-
g'.ra and Hravo oumitle the harbor.
The Ant ilia will nail tomorrow fur
Tallin)' oca t" recover Ihe body ol Kan-
ton Hurwell, ihe Atmrlcan reported
murdered by federal April I:.
A It Ms MIII'MINT I Mil II
Df.I'MllMl N r OF COM M UK I
WiinlilitKton, June I'J . I'renldeiit
WiImiii today innlled all exeiulive or
Cer to clear away an) conflict of au
thority our aiiipmeril of arms '.'
Mexco. 1. loilowa.
'An in. litem wlinh lelalf to III
clear.tice of vennels fall wilhin the
Jiirmdi lion of tlie department of mm
inert e. it i hereby ordered lhal in
ntiiu tiicin In ciinlom ollliera concern
UK the evpoitailon of it inn and am
miiultionn i,t war in Mexico by ea
rllall be lilleli by llal department
y,..,ir HIM! Ill lion ell' el IIIIIK nil
ex noi tat ion liv land shall be It-nil" .
by tile treaxiiry deparlment."
No .xiiianalioii of the order wan
made bill II Waa recalled that t lie r.
rem clearance of the liner Anlill.
riom New Vol for Tampico wi'l
anna foi t onmuiilion.il. ta was tl-.
tilled a mlconniructlnn of or
i'ci." and it developed lhal there
nan i nntlicl ot aiitnorny oeiwet-n inr
two ileparlmeiii lii inaiiv tiuiiriet
the executive order Issued today w-t
regarded a new evidence of the lntcn
tlon of tin- udintnuttalioti
en lol '.
It was understood here today, that
Iglesuis Cabl-ron. who proh.ib.y will
In ad the 'ai ralia delegates. In about
In atari from Sallillo for Waniiingt
and Niagara Full, with Instructions
In iicncr.il I'll 1 1 an.!' laie-i not
vilii -b a. is lot warded to Niag.ir
Falls tod iv no in, nt i.iii wliett-M-r
lll.ldt. of llie . 1 1 1 ntloll of an alllllnll.
Ill llie iill"tioll t'l Of ilmcintMi-d.
CO BROKE ON
Well Known Chicago Brokers
Smashed After Effort
Hold Up Bull
Board of Trade,
(lis l.eane.l Wire In K.neolog Herald
I III. ago. Jlil.e - .Notice was
poated on the lio..r.l of trade today
that Sidney Long ami ( niiipniiv hud
fulled to pay their debit iialam e at
the clearing house The III ill ba
been u.'live on the bull aide of Ihe
wheal market, which has tree nil;
niiflelid from a nb.Hp tin line.
TODAYS GAMES ON PAGE
LONG AND CuHl
Preliminary Report on Condi
tion States that Institution
was in Pressing Need of
BANK SCANDAL GROWS
Developments Today Indicate
That Loti mer and Banking
Associates Needed t Friend
in State Auditor's Depart
xncnt. (Ily Ievard Hire to t-tcnlruj Ilnraltl.
Chicago. June 12. The L
Halle Mreet Truat and Xavlnga
hank, of which former Henator
William Lnrlmer Is president,
um taken In charge today hy
ihe mate bank examiner. No
bunmen wan done III the bank
today and Ihe examiner reported
that ,'ondltlona were v-h a to
warrant the cloning of tne bank.
li .s gg.-vn.imo
ON HK.IttsIT IX HANK
Chicago. June I'.'. The La Halle
Street Truat and having bank, or
ganised by Wllllum Lor t mer five
ears ago when he waa I'nlted Rtatra
nenutor from lliinola, and of which
h hag since been preelilent. waa
bwed today by the atate bank el-
am I ner.
While rumors of the financial trou
le IiiiiI been whispered of lata .the
actual cloning of the institution wag
eurprtHe. Coincident with th eJne-
ing of the lax ha lie Htreet bank atate
xaminer were sent to three stale
bank which ha riheavy deposit with
the larger Institution. Nn atalemenl
f what the cloning of the bank actu
ally iiieaii In dollar waa made hy the
examiner. Herein report to the
state auditor' office placed the de
posits of the La Salle Street bunk at
more than f Ti.nnn.iiiw.
Follow ing the cloning of the bank
do, un there nan a crowd usaembled
in front, but there wa nn disorder
policeman waa detailed In stand
a uard but there m clued to lie no call
lor hi service.
lianlel V. llarkin, (liter atate bank
examiner for Cook county, explained
that he hud not intended lo clone the
bunk w hen he entered It today.
I did not mean to take poaaea-
num. he na id. "but I aoon diacov-
eerd I must. It looked extremely
doubtful if the bunk could continue
lo wen I her the ail nation. At preaent
I cannot say whether the batik will
ever resume operation. The Hire
nmnller bunk will. I believe, rcauma
btinlfiena in a hort time.''
The Im Halle Street Trul and Hav
ing bank was not a member of th
Chicago Clearing House srnoclallnn-
According to the cashier. Chailea
C. Fox. the bank deposits had been
over I tool. Oiiu.
Mr. Hurkin said he did not believe
the due Insures In the Coyne-ltrmlV
scandal hud uny bearing upon tin- ft
nanclul condition of Ihe bat.k "Ih
city of Chicago had ISa'l.Oun on di
posit City Treasurer Klvnn at
tempted to wlthillaw the fund fol
lowing the rumor that the bank was
III trouble. lit) waa refused by III"
eanhier w Ii,, told him no lunds could
in- p. i id mil while ihe hunk wae tu
chuiv;" of Hie bank examiner.
OF THEFT IN PLANT
pa ii v .
i ha rgen
. I Wire t atrmm ft erald 1
i. June I.'. J. f. wi-l.
f tile v'. I'. I i oiii
l tiele Investigating'
o a . tl padding of puy.
Ih. I'uelilii plant aiulsil to-
It v tn.it nothing of a definite natuie
i mil fining tin reported crooked
wmk bad . yet been uilraithed. lie
eitiied I lure was no nnlemilale,
siiake up ainoiig loci! offli laig of Ihe
cmnp.iwi. whom be held t b blame
linn in any dislioni-nty ttiul Uiay have
TODAY IN CONGRESS.
Keniimetl debate i i. t legia
luiive apiroprial ion l.'ll.
ienalir Overman Introduced
a bill l ne i a statue to Sir
Waller Ftaleigh at Halelgh. 8. C.
S.-naloi Morah Introdinrd a
bill mined ul efficiency aystenis,
making It unlawful lo use stop
wmk he mi government em
I'anama tolla tepeal hill re
ceived from th naia and Kp
teseiifnlive Adaiiieon moved that
Ihe house tonviir In the Norn
Hiiuinuiia ctuiipi uin'e amendment