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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1014.
TUB EVKXIXO itcrami
Vol 4, NO. T,
m TO AUSTRIA-HUNGARY T
ASSASSINATED; ALL EUROPE J
Francis Ferdinand and Prin
cess of Hohenberg Victims
of Youthful Fanatics While
Motoring Through Streets.
NO REMORSE WHATEVER
FOR GHASTLY DEED
Prince Francis Joseph Next
in Line to Succeed Aged Em
neror. Whose Years are Now ,
IS NOT UNEXPECTED
Martial Law Prevails in Sera
jevo Today, City Drapea m
. . .
Week After tUDOraie V-er-
n iim.oi". .
Xuravevn. Il.aiiiia. June , iw. dM.WMII examlhallona In bubll.- at
lal law waa preclftlwefl toaay. w , ,htt, ., ,,, ,,,, tl,N
were, a I
.in the city and lh dtatr.vl oc Kara nj wl,h niir ,,., for
yevo. Ill confluence of the ""''M' him than for the oldln-ry a,l:oliir
f nation jeaterday of Anhdu.a r" borauae. aa hi mnjraty ai.i.i, ao much
tela Ferdinand and tha Uucheaa ot de-.nHl on him.
r;;!,:'"'''. r,lZ?TXJt' X.1 '"" w- hi education
?'.. nn-Tp. Ih you","; --..,n. IH- rr a.chd.,,:. .horc.gh.y
M h KirlJ M.rahal b, pr a. ho.ne
.Hkar l-otie,k of Hoanlu waa eealed " " edur.tlon In languagea ha
the archduke" motor car. fount,'";" "l-Wu,;.. ,.,,,.. ..
Franci von Hurrncha w.i alaiidiug I The archduk ife Friuc, ti,
on the footboard of the car. acting alao la an excellent litirfoiht. S ue
aa a alileld to the oiupanla of whom her marrlaae ahe ba learned the
he conMituled himaell the peclnl Hungnrlan linguuge it the iecial
body guard. after the bomb had wlah of the . pipe nr. who preai-nHd
A Ned'ljo tlubrlnovli. The archduke
waa Joking with the count about hi
' precaution when tha report ol eev
feral hot rang out. j
. .. u Mii.iP, iinie iMiore w
1 T-t.- .1... .. the aaauaalna Wlia "
j i rue that eich of the bull-ta Inflict-
ed a mortal wound. I
For un Inatanl after the aitara
Field Murahal Fotlerek thought te
aichduke and the duchriat aeaieu
loppoMite htm ha a again ecaiu.
Neither the archduke nor in aucn- ,
I era uttered a aound. but a moment,
j afterward II waa aeen Ihey had been atreeta with a portrait of the Km
llilt. pemr Francla Joseph at th-ir head,
t Lieutenant Tulonel Rrlk Merrll. They aang the Austrian naiionhl an-
who hud been wounded by the bomb
in tho Ural attack waa today pro- ( vino until Ihey vera confronted by
niunt'ed out of danger, while the in- ( overwhelming troops. Manlal law
Jury auataliied by Count von Uooa- . waa prx-lalmed by beat of drum and
Watdeck la aald to be inignif leant. the pouting of placard. All the chief
The opinion haa gained ground In point of the city were immediately
authoritative circle here that the occupied ,v troop,
future of Auatria-Hungary now. more) The bodiea of the murdered cou
than ever, dependa on the health of ( pie are expected u reach here lo
Ihe venerable Fmperor Franci Jo- . morrow and will be buried next week
aeph. at Anatetten. I'pper Auatria. In ao-
II waa pointed nut In high polit- J rordance with the late archduke'
Ual rlr.'lr thnt If the emperor I" ! lahe. Already the city I draped
permitted lo reign only a few )er1ln mourning. II haa been decided
more everything may continue aa the bodiea are not in lie in atate In
uaual and Archduke Franci Ferdl
nnnd'a death will have little lating
material eHe t on the foreign or do
nieatia afT.ui of the dual monarchy.
It waa argued that ahould a youth
ful and Inexperienced ruler like the
Archduke t'liuJlc Francla Joeph.
con of tha lute Archduke Otto, sud
denly be called on In take the reina
of government, a period of anxiety
The young archduke and Ills wife.
u. u I'nni-M.J ' 1 1 i.l lMr.nu. are
" both extremely popular among all
Jtclaaaea of society and everbody from
I tie emperor down 1 auld lo be pre
4 pured to do hia in moat to help them
'ln everyway lu ne lo the responal-
I. W rv.all t. ,n a mi.lftnlv lhru.1 On
Tha suggeatlon put forward In
some ipiarters that Archduke Fran
cla Kerdinand'a death is likely to
cauee a political upheaval la auld to
have llille real foundul iun, aa the old
emperor haa kept tha relna of lh
government In hla own handa. dele
gating aa little power aa possible to
, i me
I hla late nephew.
Much mystery alwnya had existed
Auatrla-llungary regarding the
lata heir renl political claim, lie
J waa credited w!ih being an ardent
I f'nlholU and the chief atipporter of
t the powerful Chrlallan-aocliilist or
nntl-Hetolilc parly In Austria. II
nown h waa not In sympathy with
ill Mugyr regime In Hungary nor
aa he aa pro-del man In Austria a
-i. me of the Herman natlonallal fae
liioii desired hltn lo le.
I The Ute archduke, it ia believed,
.irally favored aome form of three-
fold system fur the future govern
ment of (he A ustro-Hungarian em
pire to take the place of the. present
tlnul regime of Drrmtni In Austria
and Miigyr In Hungary. It la auld
he desired to see the great Hluvlc
populations in the two hulvea of the
empire, nnd forming a very power
ful proportion of the Inhabitants,
given me definite ahare In the gov
ernment of the country. Indeed, II
l anld he mnde clear promises In
thin direction t. rertnln leadera of
the Hlsv pnrtlea n few months ago.
Ilia death retnovea all these possi
bilities and will. It la underatood.
prove a serious blow lo the dominant
power and lo the anti-Semites.
As far a a the new heir preaunip
live la concerned, hi political opin
ion may almoat be aaltl to be non
exlaianl. In foreign policy It la anld
to he quite cerium that Archduke
Charles Francla Joseph will be a
strong atipporter of (lermany and of
the Triple Alliance. The Influence of
hla uncle, the klnga of Havarla und
Saxony and the future king of
Wuertu mlierg will, it I, argued, cer
lalnly keep him attached to the (let
man empire. It la generally thoiuli'.
that If the young archduke he giten
a fair chance ha la likely In roe a
second Kniierr ram la Joaeph, bud
thai under hia future rule aif.ru in
Auatria and Hungary, holh f 'reign
and domed! I.-, will pursue the nuiin'
course na dining the present reign
The new heir fciitiHt.m t kp'i.i"i
n he a devout cat none, nm i,k- the
' i. .
j relit Ion an affair of politl .a.
Archdr.ke Francis Joseph. l hough
'he hn no experience in UU" rill. '
I posaessea Iho happy furtilly of
on " ' everybody In now fft and Having hank, which i In
' the exalted position he was 'ihe hand of a receiver, declared to-
n,,y '"Pwted to occupy, the new heir.dl,v niembera of hla family had
prr.u.npiiv,. given a sound nwi
nirf ill ilur Qfinn
'-; ';-' v;
Ti.S. .I."?"?' mh'"A ""'' 'V .
- nrneun ciw moilH. wno fame I
orlainallv from K. .. u.,. 1
. ...h.. ...
in AUfilrlu. Here the vouua arch-:
jiluke mingled freer,' wiln the aona of
proieaainnai gnu nuaineaa men. who
ln Vienna coinmunliv. He l.n-
- .,. iiuoK.tri.in iiorttiv 01
the Inte Rmpreah KIMheh.
Tlve only damage done hy the
bomb waa a alight injury In a pnalng
Muamilman. but the rougher element
cie(i on me Incident aa an eiou
atari a drmonal ration.
iney were joined by a numlier or
Croatlun atudenta. and the rro'd
pamwd along the atreeta. atoning the
wlnduwa of Hrrvtun ahopa, clii ).
e'nKia anu nouae. and loutliu "e
Tha manlfeatanta paraded ll.e
them and attacked everythir Ker-
the rnurt chapel, aa the dmheaa waa
not regurdrd aa a member of the Im
perial family. The lying In atate,
therefore, will take place either at
HI. Htephen'a cathedral or the Bel
The bomh thrown hy Kedeljo Oab
rlnovl. h al Hurayevn yeaterday la re
ported lu have been mude at the
r'ervian gun fai'lory at Kruguevau.
From all purta of tha dual mon
archy aa well aa from moel of the
foreign countries ineaaagea poured In
loduy testifying to the profoundly
painful impreMeinn produced through
out the world by the aaauaalnallon of
Archduke hrun. la Ferdinand, heir to
I lie Auiro-llungarlan throne, and
hi wife, and reflect the aorrow and
mpathy evoked among all dune
n y tneir deuih.
When the old emperor arrived at
a auburban atation from I hi at II
o'clock Ihlg morning ha waa greeted
with cheer by large rrowda.
OI II KH NTH'H SYMPATHY
Washington, June f 'resident
Wilson today eent the following mea
auge of condolence lu tha emperor
"l-eply shocked at tha atrocious
murder of hia luierlal and royal
hlghnesa. Archduke Francla Ferdl
nand and consort at an asaassln's
hand. I extend to your majesty, lo
.he rnyul family and to the govern
ment of Austria-lluugttry the sin-
cereat rondolencea of Ihe govern
ment of Ihe people of tha I'niled
Htslea and an exoresaion of mv own
HAD A MILLION
Vice President of La Salle
Street Bank Resents Accusa
tion that He Tried to Wreck
NORTH AVENUE STATE
Run Started Saturday Contin
ues Today, With Continent
tal Trust and Savings Ad
vancing Cash to Meet De
(II I .cased Wire lo Krenlnf flea-aid..
Chicago, June 2 Charles It. Mun-
gt-l1v vice nrealdent of the I. a K,ill
,,, ,i,((n..,M on rtepu hen
I ih hunk closed. He Said II Wlia
""- " h" ,r",d
, mretk ,he ,., hen hi.
' . i,..l.,..l
own famllj-a fortune were InvoHed
He aald he believed the i'Tk "
aoiveiu me uoy i.
there had been a split between Wil
liam lnrliner and himaelf.
(if filial announcement of the
bank's rendition a reported by Dan
ll V. llarkin, examiner, lo Ihe atate
auditor, waa made today.
Xotea due Ihe bank to the aggre
gate of ll,74.OM were branded na
"deaperata and of no value. Notes
for 7S.II7 were called "slow and
doutiirul," while Ihe good" notes ag
gregate only I71I.SK5. These Item
alutio Indicated a failure for Approx
HTN OX XOItTII AVKM'K
TTI-: RWK 'XTIxrF.H
Chicago, June J Three hundred
persona, moatly foreigner, were
line when the North Avenue Hlale
bank opened its door today and Hie
run, begun Saturday, waa renunied.
Fubllclty attending the failure "I
the Ixrlmer-Mundiiy banka la held
responsible. On .Saturday the Vurtl
Avenue bank paid out S2r.li.0UH and
when tha doora opened today IJOO.
(10(1 In currency, loaned by the Con
tinental and Commercial Trum and
Having bank, the largeat banking In
at It ut ion ln the cllv. a H'ed
Id ,!-! alght to reaseur deposllora.
Tresldrnt tteynolda of the Conti
nental and Commercial Hated that
the North Avenue hank la perfectly
solvent and that It will be given all
the funda neceaery to meet the eg
traordinary and uncalled-for drain.
XATIOX WIIF. CWPUfiX
or itr.M.ix pmxxkii
Chicago. June 19. "A nallon-nlde
ayatem of religious education Is the
auurenie duty of the churcnea touay
declared Rev. Franklin McF.lfresh ot
Chicago. In addressing the ronventton
of the International Bunday School
association here today.
MI'.XICO CITY llXK
to mxni.F. imi
Mexico City. June !. Hcveral lo
ral banka. It waa learned today, have
agreed to lake the bonds of an Inter
ior loan which Is to be flouted by tne
Mexican government althln the next
LARGE COFFER DAM ON
llle Lrawrt Wle lo r.rrB 7'erl '
HI. Paul. Minn., June !. The
large cofferdam on the governuieni
narka In ihe MiHHlsBlPPl river J"t
h..v- Koit Ko.lllnir broke under
iirw,ur of hlBh water this after
I'niled Hlnle enuineera Int
nl. riluK.lv ootlfled the HI. I'huI po
lice department and a number of
automobile wera dlplhed along
both aldea of Ihe river to wurn rest
ii.nt of the lowlands.
A url'rni .if more than eighty
feet of tha roffrrduli was washed
out. Tha river tor several days ha
been within about four feel of floou
staae and ll Waa feared thai the crest
of ihe flood from the broken dam
would aetid Ihe river over a 'lde
area of lowlands. Including the site
of a large eoualter colony in Hi. Paul
Kansaui Kelp-Mil Man Killed
ritleburg. Kaa.. Juna :. Ileg P
Tanner, principal of the high school
at Weir, Kaa.. waa killed and lout
other men received slight Injuries a
a result of a fire that destroyed the
main building or the Pittsburg state
normal school liar today.
British Foreign Secretary
Praises President for Firm
Stand on Canal Tolls Exemp
Action not Taken to Please
Great Britain, but from De
sire to Interpret Treaty
Rights in Fair Spirit.
ly Ia-ajsMt Wirt iu Keening naralil.'
Ij.n-loii. Juno . Hir F.dward
flruy, Ihe llrlllch foreign secretary.
In a apeech In the house of com
mons today highly complimented
President. Viln slid the inwtlve
i:ndeiiiiig hi action In pressing the
repeal of Ihe Panama cunitl tolls ex
Th foreign secretary remarked
that while a aettlemenl had been
reached it hud not been entirely free
from mlarepreaentatlon which might
have In It the s. ed of lulure mm
chief. He added:
It Is due to the president or tne
lfn lied Mutes and to
that I should so far aa poa
aPile clear away thla mlnrepresen-
tatlon. It tune said the agreement
wu the result ol bnrguliilng or dip-
lomatic pressure. Hmce President
Wilson came into oflice no corre
sooiiilence has nniwed und It ought to
lie renltited by Ihe I nlti-d .-lulus thilt
any line President Wilsirti ha taken
was not because it waa our line but
.' President Wllroii a attitude was
not the reeull of any diplomatic
omniiinlcatlou alv ho lias come
Into power and It must have been
the result of paper alreudy puu-
lished to all Ihe world.
It hue not been done to please u
or In the Interests of good relations.
tint I believe from ll much greater
motive the feeling that a govern
ment which is to use. Its Influence
among nutiona to mnke relations bet
ter must never, when the occasion
arises, flinch or o,unll from Interpret
ing treuty rights In a rtrictly fair
CLAFLIU TANGLE IS
Planned to Make New York
Store Purchasing and Dis
trihntintr Center for
Branches Throughout Coun
fits ImimI Wire lo r.Trnlmj Herald. 1
New run, june . "-
who haNc been working on plana to
clear the tungle caused by the failure
.h.. ii ll. t'laflln company, were
to meet in various totiimltleea today
to hear the reports on progresa mo.de.
and to outline prupoaala lor me i
.ra.mlxutlon of the company.
Home of the merchandlaa creditor
and a few bankers expressed an
ni.iolon that a Plan of re-orgnlx
Hon baaed on a system that would
make the wholesale store here
mtrchuainc and distribution tenter
for ihe Cluflln retail alore In thi
country and Canada would be an ex
cellent plan of re-organlxatlon.
It la said that more than llO.fldO.
000 of the notea of the Claflin com
pany are ln the hHnd of tha note
WHIt.TOX WANTS THK
tllMV-N AVY X M mi t U fiMF.
Washington, June . Another
step to bring the iinnuul army and
navy football game lo Ihe capital
was taken today when Henator Hwar
son Introduced a resolution author
ising the use of the army polo field
here, near Ihe White House, for that
KXXS Mil FAT IP
.KKVriT IX 1IIKTOIIY
4 Topeka. Kan., June t The
Kiinsua wheat crop la 1 54. Olio,-
DUO bushels, according to a re-
4 port loaned today by F. D. Co-
burn, secretary of the slate
board of ugrlculture, showing
the condition of wheat la .tl of
a full crop, bused n an acre-
ae of I, ITS, bull. The crop la
In, HUM bushels greater than any
prevlou Kansas crop.
Constitutionalist Chief in no
Hurry ta Participate in
Peace Plans, Which are Now
IN OFFICIAL QUARTERS
Recess will be Taken at Niag
ara Unless There is Definite
Assurance of Getting To
gether of Factions.
llf I,rrd Wire o ryentng Herald.)
Washington. June 29 Iweplle)
continued expressions of hope that
the plans for Mexican mediation
not rati, considerable apprehension
was shown today in oftlclal quar
ters. Considerable significance was at
taced to the fact that the mediation
conference plana to take a recess un
less ther Is some definite assurance
from t'arranxa by tomorrow ihat his
agent will meet the lluerta dele
gate nnd representatives of the
I'nifil Mate on plans for a pro-1
visional government outlined in the
("arranxa'a latest reply to the me
diators, asking for time lo consult
hla generals who participated In the
Idana of tSuuditlupe before agreeing
to enter the proopsed peace confer
ence, wit said here not lo hnve
reached the mediutora but It una
mud it probably would ge to Nlugiirn
Full hy tomorrow morning.
I.uis Cubrera. one of Carrnnia'
sgenU here, said today he believed
Hi general v'otild yield In the wlhre
of the tolled Htalea und the Invito -
lion of the inerilatora after he had
consulted with his crlef.
Continued reports of the widening
of the breach between Villa and Cnr-
rnnxu. however, have served lo dia-
tnrli officials here. Alfredo Itre-
crdii, personal representative of I'nr
rnnxn here, ufter n conference today
with Cabrera, sent a telegram lo Ihe
chief naking for a definite work
about the medlutlon conference u
soon us possible.
Admiral I b-MlMT Itcfiorta.
Washington, June 2. Hear Ad
miral Fletcher reported to Hecretary
I in ii il today on bis return from
Vera I'm and Wa later received by
President W ilson. The admiral takes
commund of the Atlantic fleet, sue-
I'cvding Iti-ar Admiral Hudgcr. on
TO GET OUT OF
(Hy lx-aard Wire io Kwnum Herald.
Mexico City, June In view
of lh existing conditions In Mex
ico, Sir IJotiel Carden, thu lint
lull minister today sd.lsed all
lliitish subject lemporuiily In
leave tba country. 11 mud that
the shortage of luel used in the
operation of trains was growing
mure ucuie d uly and Unit the
trains probably would soon atop
running, which would make dll
li'uli thu departure of persons in
Hlr Lionel Carden said he believed
It to be. hia duty l.i utgn all llrlnih
subjecla lu Icme the capital Hume
dimuly und be expei lully advised that
the women be removed. The minis
ter declared h had no desire I 1
fiighlen the members of Ihe Hiilish
colony. He suld he had not orilcicd
ll.rm to go, such u course only being
i:ight hundred Itritlh aubjecta are
registered at the legation ua now re
siding in Mexico City, ll Is the min
ister's plan to get a sufficient num
ber of these to sign an agreement to
have the capital so that they can ob
luln a special train from the Mexican
government lo take them to Puerto
Mexico, and also sveure u. transport
to convey the passenger to Jamaica,
where they could remain until Ihe
close of the present Mexican trouble.
Ilrlilshera lucking funda to ennbl
them to get out of the country III
bH furnished with money bv Hie le
gation aa a loan, pole be.ng taken
tor the amount.
The legation was crowded with
Hrltlhh aubjecla today and a meet
l!Mf of the metnbera of Ihe lirlllsh col
ony waa culled for this afternoon with
the object making Ihe necessary
artaiigenienta for Ihosa who decided
Victorious Conquerors of Zace
tecas Back in Torreon Prac
tically Helpless Because of
Lack of Ammunition.
MARCH TO MEXICO
CITY IS BLOCKED
Chief and Carranza Believed
to be at Breaking Point;
Federal Soldiers Revolting
(Iiy leased Wire ia FtcnUig Herald.
Kl Paso. Tex.. June Lack of
ammunition has blocked Ueneral
Villus march toward Mexico City.
ViIIm, fresh I roin hla victory lust
week ut JSuiatccus. haa returned to
Ton m. n. bringing his entire army
with hinu The relatioua of the
northern soiie commander with Gen
eral i'arrania, lu the opinion of
agents here today, unquestionably
caused the abandonment of the cam
pulgn. The Curranta-Villa estrange
ment haa reached a breaking point,
ihey asserted, in that Ihe coiistliu
tionuliMl coinmiinder In chief haa de
clined to allow Villa to Import cart
ridges for bis men und shells for hla
artillery through the pott ot Tarn
Pico. This port now la the only en
try way for munitions which the
revoliitionlxis may use, aa Iho bor
der still is closed to them by Ihe
strict emhurgo of Ihe l ulled Mates
At Kacutecaa Villa shot away prac
tically all of the cargo of Ihe Atiliiln
which landed tit Tampico, according
to bis representatives here. Car-
.rumut iiieif. however, declare that
Villa did not get the Antilla ammu
nition, which they declare at ill Is In
Monterey. It has been asserted thul
Villa secured It through a hoax.
N'cM of Villas return north yea-
terduy was received here a ominous
by both factions here.
n:in:iti, mi.iii:us aiif
ItKVOI.I INt., IH ItKPOItT
Vera Crux, j.tne iis. The fear that
the spread of disaffection among the
MciKiio federal troop niight result
In an uproung In Mexico City ruused
the IIiiiihIi risidents there lu hold a
meeting on Saturday night to ar
range final plans for the defense of
tli" concent rat Ion district. IJrilish
refugees who urrived here today and
who had utiemled the meeting aald
the general opinion expressed there
was thut ProMrionul President lluer-
ta's hold on the situation in the cap
Hal was wavering und many predict
ed un uprising or a revolt of the fed
eral army within a week or ten days.
Home of the refugeea declared th"
federal ddfeat ut ifcscatecns to be
partially due to Ihe revolt of C.OOO
federal soldiers under the command
of Ueneral Medina llurron. These
men are suld lo have fired on their
The situation at the front la de
clared ao desperate that Ueneral
11 lie nil Is said lo have ordered Uen
eral Joaquin Mans, who la a eon of
his broilier-In-law. to remain in ll
cupttul instead of returning to lake
the command at (Jucretaro. where ef.
fort are being made lo ft.ee Ihe ad.
vunce of Uenersl Villus army.
Two regiiuenta of fedi ruls were
sept to Uuereiaro from the capital
on Haturdny. Those who saw them
passing throuvh the street assert
thai the rank wer filled with hoyg
tind soldier tahen fiom the hospi
tal,, before their wounds were half
Conditions among the population
of Ihe capital are asserted by the
relugce to be ominously quiet. The
dmintc graft inn of the federal army
tui become widely known and Ihe
feeling among Hiiiii.li residents la so
strong that lluerta will be unable to
hold off the constitutionalist and re
turn control of the capital long
enough to prevent the humiliation of
forclbl,. removal from office, that the
Itrillsh colony la preparing to defend
Itself during Ihe days of expected
turmoil in Mexico I'ily.
The refugee, say that other for
eign colonies In the rupital are tak
ing similar precautions
IL PIIX.KIMH OX
M Y TO lltHTrYtRD
New Haven. Conn.. June !. Th
pedal delegate of Ihe Hons ol
American Revolution who are Jour
neying from Philadelphia lo Cum
brliluH over the route taken by Uen
eral tleurge Washing' on li 1 775, lelt
Xew Haven today for Hurtford. The
day's pilgrimage took them thrnugn
Wetbersfield, where Washington met
Ito'hambesu and other Krench and
American officers and planned the
campaign which resulted In the aur
render of the British at Totklown.
Surgeon General Blue to Per
sonally Take Charge of Cam
paign Against Bubonio in
vasion in New Orleans
WARNINGS SENT TO
Corps of Experts Placed in
Charge of Rat Killing and
Fumigation; Sharp Meas
ures to be Taken.
By lieaaed Wtra to Exela IIaraJd.1
Washinglo June . Burgeon
Ueneral Kiua of Ihe public health
service will go lo New Orleana to
take charge of the campaign against
bubonic plague, which hag appeared
there. One death haa alieody been
After receipt of the telegram from
Uscar Howling, president of the Lou
isiana board of health, the treasury
department ordered the aurgeon gen
eral o take charge of the eltuatlon.
Howling reported bacteriological ev
idence of two case. The public
health service, however, will Ha own
Surgeon General tllue aald today
neither the city of New Orleana nor
teh territory aurroundlng waa In any
danger, but that It waa advisable that
the federal government ' lake sharp
measure. Apparatus for rat catch
ing and fumigation Hi being eent tev
New orleuna end a corpa of experia
In plague eradication. Including fur
geon Creel of tjie public health aerv-
Ice, will carry out lhe aurgeon gen
A a precautionary menaure to pre
vent the spread .of infection by ship
ping Hurgeon (leneral Blue today
ecut warning to health authorltiea
of the Atlantic coast statee and to
those of the Mississippi river stutea
aa fur north as Iowa, auggestlng that
they take up the work of rodent
Thre suspicious cases have been
discovered In Hanliugu, Cuba, and In
fection continue to be reported from
Havana. No new death, however,
are reported from there. With In
fection being reported fro.n port
along the Spanish main, publld
health officiula are Betting In motion
all avu'luole machinery to prevent lie
introduction Into seaboard cities of
Ihe I'niled Htalea.
ALLEGED BLOOD TAIN3
By I.eael Wire to Errnlnf Ilnrald.
Klamford. Conn., June Keporta
of chemlale who have been Investi
gating the character of atalna found
on the walla rf Mr. Helen M. An
gle's apartmenta , where Waldo K.
liallou la alleged to have met hie
death lt week, are expected today
by Coroner Phelan. Mr. Angle de
nlee the marks on the wall are blood
atalna. The coroner will resume hla
Inquiry today and It la expected that
N'r. Angle, who wu reJeaaed under
bond, will take atand.
TODAY IN CONGRESS
Met at noon.
fiebate waa resumed on the
river and harbor appropriation
Xenittor Hurlon predicted river
and harbor iillla would be unable
to pasa In the future unless the
method of appropriation were
Senator I humberlaln'i resolu
tion to recruit tha army- to war
strength was favorably reported
by the military committee.
Keuatote Thompson, L, CmPP,
Hughes and Kenyun were ap
pointed to Investigate chgrgea of
misuse of senate stationery In con
nection a 1th a gold mine promo
Met at noon.
I'nder suspension of the rules
miscellaneous bills were consid
ered. The Level bill for regulation In
trading in cotton futuroa waa
brought up for debate.
Itepresentatitre I'ndetwood ask
ed, but failed to get, consideration
for a resolution extending all tha
current appropriation bill to
July IS. lilaputsd Items In the
diplomatic approprleliofe bill were