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If the llayor Eliminates Cottcn, Worms end Flies Well All be for Him.
New memben of the
Commercial Club is a
Sayt If will be the
litest state fair, in
the state'! biggest
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Vol. t. Mo. .
ALBUQUERQUE, HEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914.
m tnrvnrj itftuuji
SOI 4. XO, M.
IF REST IS
Roosevelt Advised to Forget
All Thought of Campaign
and to Give Up Everything
That Will Tax Strength.
Consents to Abandon Trip
Across Continent in Sep
tember; Physicians Fear
Malaria Will Prove Serious.
lly lreard) Wire la r.vcnluf Iternkl )
uymer May. X. V.. June 27. Ku"'
month r uhKoluie rem hue been pre
ecribed ir Colonel ltooerlt by hi
phyalciana wliii Informed lilm thai
he wua Buffering from on enlui genienl
of I lie apleen and a. Inn of vitality a
u temilt of a mulnrlul fever he run
tructrd In Ihe Hooth American Jun
glee. Colonel Itooaevclt declined to
herd the warning. Ha auld ll would
It an lmHibllity fur him to give
up hia campaign work.
"I think Dr. ljimbert took
gloomy view," Colonel Kooaevell oaid
laughingly. "Kut 1 ahull tuke care
uf niyaelf aa well aa 1 can and I'll
are thut Ilia muluriu dura not gut
settled In my yatem."
I'pon hia return from Plttalnirg
Colonel Kooaevell la to ee throat
apeflullat. Hut ululrr 111 physic
lana aay uf I ho possible coneetience
lit- la determined, he aald. to no on
with the -aniiMftn In a limited way
"but in four mom ha th campaign
will he over," the colonel aald today.
VoltxUntlv," ha added, ha conal I
ered it sn Impossibility for him to
follow hla phyaicluns" ndvlce."
Ciilon- Itooaevclt hu abandoned
hla ciiinpiilgn trli ni-ruwt the conti
nent, which hail been arranged tenta
tively for Heptember. Ha ul.i tele
graphed to Pittsburgh that he would
make only one spec, h there on Tue.
luy night. Two hud heen arranged.
The change in the ex-prenldent'a
plan came ufter at examination
made In t night by I'tr. Alexander
I junto r of Xew York. Dr. l-amhert
nine to Oyatrr liuy and apent more
than an hour in Inspecting hla pa
tient. Then he told til in he mum rem
lor four month. , He urged the col
onel to rive up hla trip to rillaburi.
to make no gpeechce during the cam
paign and aa far a piuMlMe to give
up everything that would tax hla
aiicngth. tie eiplalned. the t otoliel
aid, that It would require a Inn
period to fhnke off the effet'ta nf I hf
nuiliirla mill that if thla wax not ac
lotnpllxhed the dineane mikht hecome
an aerurely fatened on him that
would never recover hia full atri'tmlh.
It iiiiahi even Impair hia mental vigor,
the phyaitiun auld.
NEXT DUTY OF
American Medical Association
to Tell People During Com
ing Yeer How to Prolong
Life and Eradicate Disease.
III! lOMUed Wlrw In raolng lleralU.
Atlantic City. N. J.. June t7.
Education of the putiHr In tn'dlfl
maltera In order to prolong life ia to
be the euprema effort of the Ameri
can Mediial aaamlallon during Ihe
mining year, according to a at a to
ment uuide toduy by lr. Victor "
Vuoghn, tha rn-wly elected preaidetil.
al I h c of. Ihe emigre".
'During the coming ur," aaid
lr. Vaughn. "w ahall lend our
time and money In education, t'ondl
tlona have changed- One It wua
elinply u matter of Ihe phvaiclan'a
duly to hia patient". Tho field has
broadened. Tim phyilcian muat go
now to the public."
AiTitovi:i hv i'iti:siiKXT
Waahlnglun, June 17. i'reaidenl
YVIIaon haa approved the aentence ol
itlamlaaal Impoaed on Major Itenjiimin
M. Koehler of Ihe roam artillery
corpa, by a court martial. Major
Koehler waa In command at Fort
Terry, Plum lalund, Xew York, when
genual lonul rhargea era brought
guliiHl him and the trial waa held
behind cluaed dmira.
Speaker of House Tells Ladies
from 38 SUtes They are
Bound to Have Ballot Priv
ilege. ONLY QUESTION OF
Believes State Legislatures
will Act More Quickly Than
Congress; Many Petitions
(Ity Ix-aM'd Wire to Kfrnlng Iferald t
iiHlilnmon. June i i. eipeiiaer
Plurk today told a dfiegallon of
women from the .National Anicrcun
Woinaii a Muflruge HawH iallon that
"woman aolTruge ia aa Inevituble a
Ihe rliilng of the nun."
"For ai thoiiMund yeara. ' auld the
apeaker, "men have been trying to
run the world, anil aotne think they
have made a bad menu of it. hoe
thut when you women run It, you II
improve on It. I think woinnn auf
fruge la Inevituble. The only Ue
llon you folka have to connider la
how to moat expedltloOHly get what
you ore after. You can get it quick
er by the atatea than by congrne."
The speaker wa uddreiuilnK a
group of women from thirty-eight
atatea. who had presented 3U9 petl
tiona for woman auffrage In the form
of rer ilutiona adopted by auffrage
orKiinlvitiona and miiaa meet I nan a:
the lima of the nation-wide demon
mm I Ion nn May 1. There w ere gjao
preeenl eongrewimen, iJemiMTata, lie.
publlcana and f'rogreaaivea. In whom
petltlona aleo were addreaited.
BE TAUGHT Ifi
United States Government Se
lects Fensacola as Place for
Training Station for Air Pi
lots and Mechanicians.
(It? tapl Wire to Kvenlnf Herald.
Washington, June The a lemc
of aerial navigation in the future utr
navy of the t.'nited f'utea Kill be
taught in the navy flyl:ig . hool
which haa been orgumaed ai I'etiai
cola, Flu. Naval aeronautical r -perta
believe I'eimacula haa muny ad
vantage aa a l'e for the new achool.
Kor the piexent cunvua hnnvuia art
houalng the tnuchinea and the ahopa
and uuildinga of Ihe naval alatlun art
being adapted to the other need ot
thia .branch of aervlie.
A courae of i.natructlon for air-t'l-lola
and one for iiivhaniana hu
hein approved by He.reliiry Iiank-ia
and a claea of officer ami enllaied
n. en will be detailed to tukif the
couraea preparatory to the "Air er
vice of Ihe ea."
A podt-nrauuuie courae will lie pro
vliled for promlaing atudetita -who
may be aent abroud or to technical
xchoola in thla country.
Heavy Seas Caused by Sub
marine Disturbance Send
Liner into Straits; Rescued
fBr taMUkatf Wlra to Kvealnc Hermrd.l
Itulavla, Java, June 27. The lirit
lh atcamer Klntuck of Ihe t'hina
Mutual hteum Navigation company,
reported overdue yealerduy after a
violent earthquake in Kumatra, wua
found by aleamer aent out to aearch
for -her. the hud been driven aahor
In the Straiia of Humla between Hit
tuvia and Humatra by heavy aeaa
cauaed by aubmarlne diaturbiince.
The Klntuck waa crowded with na
AhMlll W, lK V OI K
lt)ll A SKA VDYKil
Waahlngtnn, June IJ. Admiral
and klra. Dewey plan to leave Wash
ington tomorrow on Ihe Mayflower
for Manhattan lieach, Coney Inland,
X. Y. The admiral hug been Buffer
ing from Ihe effecta uf the protract
ed heat and believe that a ahotl aed
trip would be lieneficlul. haa not
been confined to hla lied.
nn pi inv
Planned to have Battleships
Escort Visitin,- aft from
Hampton Roa J i to Golden
Gate at Beginning of Expo
sition. WILL PASS THROUGH
CANAL NEXT SPRING
Secretary of Navy has Defi
nitely Decided Vessels will
not Remain Permanently in
(By Wire to rtetitng Herald.,'
Waahinglon, June 2". Secretary
Danlela In a Htiiiement early today
announced 'hat Ihe ehipa of the At
lantic hnttlexhlp fle'l. Which will
leud the interiiiitlonul naval parade
out of Hampton Itouila for the open
ing of Ihe I'aiinmul canal next
.March, would return from the l'a
cltic const tu Ailuntic water after
participating lg the - rinalua-Pu ill'
en position ceremonle. The alate
ment waa liteued beaUHe the aecre
tury aald reference by him yemerdny
to Ihe navy department' plana re
garding the forthcoming expomlloli
had been mlaconetrued ak an an
nouncement that the fleet Would be
aent lo Ihe I'nclflo c iit and there
remain fo r.i long time. The ami"
ment la n follow:
"Next aitring il ia the Intention of
the navy to rend na great a propor
tion of the Atlantic fleet aa can be
conveniently apuretl ua an ewort of
honor to vlaiting ehipa of foielgn nu-
tlona attending the ceremonle Inci
dent lo the opening of lite Panama
canal. The fleet will accompany Ihe
vlnlior through the canal lo Hun
Kroncloco. which will lie reached In
April, where thy win ,!, part In
Ihe ceremonle im Idem "io the f'un-
amn-I'Mclflf cxpoailion. Kurt her than
thin no definite plana have been
"It la, pnjwihle that a divialon of
four ship will take advantage of thle
nccaalon to viHlt Honolulu and that
another dlvtxloti will vlelt PtiKt
ound. The foci will then rurii to
the Atlantic roat. Whether or not
any of the ehlp of the fleet will be
left permanently on the weal coaal
haa not yet heen determined. al
thoUKh with the openliiK of the Pan
ama canal Ita of cnume ohvlou that
there eventually will be more aliii
in Pacific water than at prenent."
COURT MARTIAL TO
Charges of Murder, Arson, and
Larceny, Growing Out of
Colorado Strike Trouble, Be
(fly ImmhI Wire to Evening Herald 1
Ornver, June 2 7. The general
court martial convened lo try twenty-one
officera and enliated men of
the Colorado national guard on
charge tlf murder, manaluughler. ar
ami and larceny growing out of to
battle between atriking roul mineM
and militia and the burning of the
glrlkera' tent colony at Ludlow. April
10, reconvened today. Mailer con
cerning the coat of the cnuri martial
were conldered. It waa aaid. Moat
of Ihe deliberation were In execu
tive aeaaion. t waa umlerHtoud the
finding in aome cuea were conald
rred. NO AN XfM'M I AH AT M IK
r coMMirrM-ri nmvi.s
Denver, June 27 The apecia legia
lallve committee, which hit been In
vratlgatlng Ihe I'olorado roul miner'
mrli., held a brief aeion today and
adjourned until next Wedneaday
wlthout making any announcement
aa lo plana or findlnga.
GOVERNMENT IS ASKED
FOR $300,000 TO HELP
tllr lMtar4 Wire to Rvenlng Ifcrald.1
Waahuigton. June Govern
ment hoHpitula and camp for pul
omunry tubercubwlB paiitmt were
urged today on the houe inleratate
commerce com mil lee by n delegation
of 1'exu and t'olorndo pbyalclana,
who recoitiiiiended a l:ivtt.tiuu appropriation.
HOIUIH STAYS nmramBBiF tFEcnn TROOPS ARE
Vast Crowd of Fight Fans
From all Parts of World See
Championship Battle in
PITTSBURGH MAN IS
BEATEN ON POINTS
Big Smoke Fails to Put Con
tender Away, Although
Forcing the Fight in Nearly
(Ily laerd Wire lo Kvmluf HeraM.1
parts June 7.-Jgck JoIhiwhi
i-HnvtiMil hla llllo n lMvywelhl,
Hianiim of ll uiHil KHlay
mIh-ii 'if miIm4iiUiI 1 "rankle
.Moran In a iwiiily-riMiml heilh'.
Tim ir4n liy llir r'rr--- at Urn
eiul f Ihe twenii'lli round waa
aatlntaiKwry tu Im at UirtHia;
lirewiit at Hk' rliiKsldts Moran
mali a lMIUt- nttuwing titan an
rM-ttl and Jotuioit'e itffnM
lit kiHH-k lilin Mil nic, unataJU
Vehdrome d'Mlver, Purlo, Juno 17.
The crowd evidently winning lo
take advantage of the preliminary
to the Johnson !rn toutvrt na well
ua lliut of the i.ltf Until began lo ar
rive at Ihe Vi'tediome ut an eutiv
hour. Many wmnun wearing hand
aome gowna were umong the eei ta
tor. Johnson e.r ls tx
Hli; w hm:u hy poi.k i;
Johuon nurrowly ewaped art eat
for apeeding a he wua coming from
Aailnerea lo the Veledromr In an au
loniohile. The rhumplon -nun de
tuined by th Pol no but liiially wua
alo,ved to piiuetd after being given
lloth .Mill l.1 Ovation.
Arriving ni ihe Vcledrome John
on wu given u reat cheer by Ihe
crow d whu It wua inunl onlslile.
Moran. who appeared ebortly after-
nurd, wua u-coided H elmilur ovallon.
Tom Kennedy. Willie Lewin and
George t'onsidlne were In Morn-;'
corner. Tom fr'lannugin wnd aeverul
negro trainer were with J.imen Pratt
u timekeeper were In Johm-on'a ior-
Johnaon entered the ring ui 10:10
amid cheering. A great about went
up Ita Moran followed. The crowd
gave Mo i. in a better hand than John
aon. tleurjiea t'arpentli-r, the French
champion, who a to referee the
fight, waa given an ovation.
Time wa culled ut 10 J8.
Mornn found an opening find land
ed firm lo the atomach nnd head.
Johnaon aucceeded in landing on
Mornn'a Jaw. They mixed hard,
Johnaon landing nn the PlilMiurgher't
Mornn forced the lighting, but
Johnaon managed to gel home hard
uppercut to Moran'a Jaw.
Morun In return lumlcd hard on
Johtikon'a head. Johimon Kent u
light left hook lo Moran rheek.
t'lcenue, the chief munuuer of Ihe
fight, any the rule are thone of the
International It ox lug Federation,
which do not allow holding and are
a alight modification of the (Juecna
iioi xi tiikfi:.
Johnaon gave Moran aeveral ter
rific uppen ut)i to the Jaw while Mo
ran reaponded with aeveral Julia lo
Ihe negro atomach,
Johnaon landed a hard Jolt on Mo
ran'a eye and followed with hard
knock oil Ihe body. JohiiKon crowd
ed Morun, who attimbled uguinet the
ropea aa limn waa culled.
lUII XIl X)i n.
Johnaon drew firat blood with a
right lo Moiiin'a noae. The negro
mi led confidently aa ha met Moran'a
attack, lloth led at the aunie time,
each landing on the other head
without harm. Johnaon lauded on
Moran'a fate u the gong aounded.
Johnaon appeared freeber and con
fident aa Hi round 4egun. Moran
landed haul on Johnaon' jaw ami
the crowd cheered. Jobntoii retal
iated wilh aeveral blow lo the body.
(Ooullimcd oc, page Two.)
IS ASKED AT
Commander of American Fed
eral Outpostr Requests
American Soldiers to Help
Cap turn Bandits.
Significant Charge in Attitude
Toward Our Government;
Plunder Gang Numbers
Thirty; Hanging Promised
(By Iaael Wire to fttrnln Hrralil.l
Vera frug, Mexlct. Juno J 7. The
co-operniion of Ihe American author-
IM a In Wro ' rnx wit aoiignt louuy
by Ihe rommnnder of Ihe Mexican
federal nutpoul. who naked for aid
lit capturing four denperudoea who
have been murniiilliiK Ht loght In the
country between the American und
Mexican lime. Lieutenant Ixunxtt.
cominuiider of the feilerala at the
gap In the railway, eenl a liet of
fourteen numea. alil lo be thoie of
Ihe men who eacaped from fun Juan
U1 I'lna prlaon after the Innding of
the American Iroopa at Vera I'rux.
The Mexican officer aakod for the
lirreet of the men nnd eug-iested I hey
be held In Vera frux or turned 1ioh
ut the gup. He I old Ihe American
authoritieK he would promptly hanit
the nuirniidera to the iie.ireot lele
The men ncciiBcd ore anld to form
putt of a bund numbering thirty, who
recently inmdereil and mutilated a
woman In a lonely cabin in front ol
the American limn ami nlao mur
dered the owner 'f a Hmaleh ranch
within the linea.
Mo it Trouble in souora.
Xogalea. Honora. June 17 Al
though the trouble between the
inililiii'V riml civil faction In Honor
repeatedly have been reported
tied, followern of (lovernor Joae Ma
rin Maytoretui ha liwued ftom I'an
uneit ii ririiilar warning Ihe people
nguliiKt the military regime headed
by 'ol. P. Klin t'lillc.
The trouble between Calle nnd
Muytorenu recently Iwcame the eub
Jeci of peiicemaking effort by emt
sarleH of ('.ener. il t'ureuiixa, mid
whil Maytorenn waa retained In ofliie
a civil governor of Souora. it wa
announced eeveral day ago that
t'olnnel l'n Hen would remain u mill
itix joiiv losTr'it
KII.IJX. IS lll-LII r
Itrownevllln, Texu. June 27. t'aP
lain John Von Tarleiiheiin, a con
aillutinnuliKt ofllcer who reached the
border yemerdny from Tumplco. wua
authority for the atntemeni thut con-
atiliitlonaliHte at Tumplco .Ix-lleve
t'aptum John Koater. an American
aerving in the conatltiitionnliat' ar
tillery, hud been killed ly another
Captain Foater wa reported aev
erul ilnva ago to have committed an-
hide hv Jumping in Ihe l'.inuio river
near Tnmplco. t'aplain von Tarlen
heim, nlao nn American citixen, auid
an a r reel w expected when he left
OflE OF Tl SHIPS
TO BLAME FOR
Theory that Collision Between
Empress of Ireland and
Storstad was Accident is
(ftaeelal rerreMeae fe Ike Herat
yueiiec, June 2i r.mier ine f.ni
pre of Ireland or the tlortad -W'ui
lo blai.ie for Ihe (ollimon whh h aunk
the former i earner and cauaed u 1""
of nearly a thoiiHaml tve. aceonliux
lo ". K. Hnighl. counwl for the own
of the Hlorlad. In hia opening r.u
lire today before Ihe coniiiiiMion
which i InventiK'itlng Ihe dinamer.
lie cunlended thut one ahlp waa to
blame anil hruhed UHide the theory
that the accident wua due to nn
concept ion and thut both boat weie
;m)IiLuimI U l(.-fliialsl.
Hughtown, Hiclly Uluinla. June
The llelgian ateainer llothluivl
which went axiioie on the Criiu roi
on June 2.1, while on Ihe w.iv from
Montreal tu Itolterdam, wa re-flout
Sff MOVING TO
AUGUST 24 Si LOIS
Republican State Executive
Committee Holds Meeting
Lasting Only Hour and Half
NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS
PROBABLY DARK HORSE
Bernalillo County will Here
after have Nineteen Dele
gates Instead of Nine Under
(Special DIxiMtch to The Herald).
Mania Fe. N. M , June 27. Th
Itepuhllcun aline executive committee
today eelecled Hanta Fe ne Ihe place
and Annum 24 na the dn'e for the
Mate convention, the capital winning
the convention over the atrung bid
of Alliuiiieriiie, a mom active con
tender for the honor of entertaining
The committee met In the hall of
reprenentalive ut 1.3" o clock und
adjourned at 3, only un hour und a
half being required ,o trnmuici the
bUHineMa needing attention. The
meeting wn culled to order by ('hair,
mnn H. W. Clark of La Vegua, with
JiMe li. Hen i of Hunta Fe preeenl ua
eecretary. Twenty-live member ol
the committee attended from varloiia
eountle of the etate.
A letter from I'hurle D. Hillca, nu
tional Itepiiblb un c omiiiltteeman.
wa read. Netting forth a plan whore-
by ihe Koutlurn mute hould have
replceelllatloll in Ihe Uepu''liill lllt-
tiouul eonvciitioii of 14 per cent In-
Mtead f STi H-r cent. TIp executive
oinmlttee udopied a reeolulioti ap
proving of Mr. Ilillea' plan.
The committee lei'omtnendeil that
hereafter llernalilio county have 1
delegatee In the lule convention In
mead of t
Judge II. H. Itoiley wa preeent et
the meeting and iniide a lengthy ar
gument wiih n view to having the
exeetiiive committee go on record aa
favoring noinlniition of a cumlnlute
for congreiiN by meiin of u vtutewlde
piimaiy. The committee did nut
take uuy uctlon on Judge Ho-ley p.
Il 1m believed here thut tho aentl-
inenl of Ihe committee I to brlnff
forth ii dark horee for the congrea-
elon.il nomination, elliiiinai ing Kudey
Amlrewa und ttaca.
Slow to Believe that American
Minister to Greece has Offi
cially Condemned Albanian
(By Leaaetf Wire to rreenlna; Herald.)
N unhiiigton, Juno zi Adnnnui
tratioti otuYluut, purtlculurly Ihoae in
the elate department, are interested.
mildly amuw-d und In aome doubt
over renirt from abroad Ihut ')eorv
Fred lllium of ItoHton, tnlnlaier lo
lireece. haa ofllclally tondemiied in
emphatic term the piemiit govern
ment in Ailmhlu. No auch report
hu reuched the depurtmeul.
IniiHinuch hh aome time ago the
department inveetig.ited a puhllahed
report thut Mr. William bud offered
hi Mrvlce on behalf of Ihe I'nlted
Mate a u mediator In the Albanian
iriela, nnd found It wua repudiated
they ure Inclined lo await Ihe reault
of an 1 1 1 1 1 I r y on Ihe latest atory.
TO SELL BATTLESHIPS
(It fieaeed Wire ut Kvewlug Herald
VA iifhingloio June 27 Authority
lo fell the bat tleiibipa Idaho ami Mie-i-joppt
wan liuully I'oiiferred on
I'rekident Wiletin today by Ihe adop
tion of the completed conference re
port on the nuvtl appropriation hill
In the depute Arrangement have
been practi'allv completed for lh
miiih of Ihe two hattlechip lo lireece.
ENDORSE H0BS0N BILL
Ity ImwI W ire o Ftcniug Herald.
Col. .rail. i Spring. Colo., June 2 J.
Xulion-wnle piotnoiilon wa urged
liy Ihe UcUitutr u Ihe Colorado
CbriMtiun Kini'u.oi convention loil.iy
when reaolutloiia were paxd einlor"
Ing the Hheppurd Hobeoii bill now
beiore congrewt and lelegrama were
ii nl lo e n h Colorado repreie-iitniive
unking him lo vote for Ihe bill, which
ia expel led lo come up July t or 7.
Utmost Secrecy Maintained at
Carranza Headquarters and
Strict Censorship is En
ARE HEAVILY MINED
Villa, not in Harmony with
Chief, Ready to Fight Way
to Mexico City Without As
sistance. (By Lraaed Wire to Keenlag HermflLI
Fugle Puax. Texaa, June i7. No
algna that a definite underatandln
haa hern reached with the object ot
healing Ihe breach 'between Ueneral
Curraiim and Oenerul Villa haa been
apparent at Uenernl Carrnnaa'a heart
quurtera, according lo traveler who
arrived toduy from Haltlllo and Mon
terey. The uptmoet gecreey wag
maintained at Catrunra'a headuuar
tcrn regarding tlevelopinenta and a
trlci renaorablp wag enforced, they
raid. Traffic ibqtween VultlUo nd
Torrenn l.ua heen anmewhat Inter
rupted for aevtrul day and it wag
rumored, the arrival aald, that rail
road truck haa been heavily mined.
The commandera of Ihe conalltutlon
uliMta In Ihe euat and aouth continue
to Unit Baltlllo for confrrencea with
Oenerul I'arranaa and trnopa con
llnue to ie . meved aoutH from lhaf .
point toward nan l.ula Puioai.
It waa reporlc", anld the traveler.
thut Oenerul Villa had expred Ihe
intention of taking the burden cf III
defeat of lluerta nn hia ahoulder nnit
that he wua prepared lo fight hie own
way Into Mexico fity without regard
to what Carranxa proponed lo do.
Whu i Ihe plana of rieneral Carranx
may be in view or thla alutement are
MKX AMI H'I'IIJBI Ol'F
11)11 KAX Lt IH IHrTONk
Tumplco, Mex., June 2. Via La
redo, Texaa, June 27. Thirty-one
cara with upward of one thotiand
men and ammunition and auppllea.
begun the udvatice on Hun l.ula Po
loHl today after Oenerul Jeaua Car
r a ma returned from a reconnoiaaam'e
and reported favorable traveling con
dition. Four eourcea are now con
centrating force again! Xun Lui
CAUHW'ZA I ARsntFD
' riniicu-H fitiEXDsiiip
Monterey, Meg.. June I. Via La
redo, Texaa, June 37. A delegation
of churchmen vlaitrd Oeneral far
runaa today to bring him gaaurance
thut the church parly of Mexico wug
not opponed to him.
The delegalea were aent by the
archbiahnp of Mexico City and the
Mahop of Haltlllo, They deolund only
the Hpanlah member of the party
oppoaed Carranxa and the cnnatliu
ieiieral Carranra'a day waa given
over a 1 moat entirely to n elaborate
program or amueemrnt. He attend
ed a luncheon at noon, races unit
ether eportg in Ihe afternoon, a re
ception at I and a bull In the eve
ning. VIIXX IS OPTIMISTIC)
OVUl l'Kf K XMXrTIATOXil
Waahinglon, June 27. Pifeaident
W'llaon early today received lengthy
mexmige from the. American delegate
at Niagara Full, and official do
to the executive expreuted Hie opin
ion that meeting between the
Huerta and conatllutlonullata' repre
aentutlve wa practically aaaured.
The megHuge received today la alt
to have represented the reault of a
conference between the American
delegate and Miniater Xaon. While
It Ik Intimated In one quarter thut
an Informal conference between lh
oppoaino: Mexican faction will ter
minate In failure. II wa made clear
thut Prenliii nt N Mmoii la viewing ne
IDAHO MAN ELECTED
AS CORNELL COMMODORE
(Be i mi tn Keewiog fleireld.1
Ithaca. N'. Y. June 2i. The elec
tion of W. V. F.llma cf Mountain
Home. Idaho, aa commodore of the
Cornell navy for 1)& waa announced
at a break ft given Ihe member of
Ihe crew and CoerH Char lea K.
I Courtney upon the return lo thi City
Film, who I a Junior !n the grl
cultur.il college, rowed bow In the
'vanity boat at PoUKlikewpel.