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war will toon end;
Villa has bought a
takes a lt.e maa to tay;
nay to LOO suffragette!
headed by a bran band.
VcJ. a. Mo, .
ALBUQUERQUE, HE77 MEXICO, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 10U.
tub EvrxTxo nnuin
VI K 4. Mli .
WEfflY OF MINISTER
Diplomats at Niagara will not
Reconvene Until Constitu
tionalists and Huerta Rep
resentatives are Heady to
FOR DELAY SATISFIES
Decision to Adjourn for Two
or Three week Follows Con
ference; Peace Makers Pre
paring to leave.
Hy Irawd Wlrw la Evening Herald.
Niagara Fall, ont , June 30 Af
ter conferi ru e today between Am
hador lietlame of Itragil anil Min
imum Naon und Cuurex, II wa an
nounced that mediation would for
mully recc tomorrow until auch
lima a the conatltutloniillm dele-
gale and Huerta repreaentuttve
would confer informally on Mexico
The media tora fame to thl decl
loii alter reading tiencral Carranxa'a
nolo aaklng for time to conault hi
generals aa to the informal parleya.
Mnilatcr Kuareg referred In the Car-
ansa note aa aatlafactciry" and sen
sible In Ita explanation of the nerd
for time. All the mediator and their
aecretarlea -began immediately to
make Plana lor departure tomorrow
or Thuraday and it la now expecteiT
that by the end of the week the en
lire medlutlon volony will hao left
here. Nu tlmo haa been t for 'h'
reconvening ut I ho mediator, bul H
la not believed they will gather Bm
for another two or threo week.
AXsUKIl l KIPHTO)
TltoM AKH7. TONK.IIT
Vahlnglon. Juno JH 8.mo an
awer from tienrral Carranxa aa to
i.mrilriimtlon In the Niagara media
tion conference waa ixpected at coti
ailtutlonullat headquarter by night
l.uia fabreara. Cirr.mxi.' genl here,
aid the general hud been conferring
with hla, chief, aa waa required by
the plan of fluadalupe anil prooahl
hy tin. time had learned their view
kaivvti win. n.iiT
Mnlrii City. June SO New
rea hed Mexico Clly today that Kmll
lano Xapata. the aouiliern revolu
tlnnury. had ptibllahed a decree re
lectin any allegiance to Vcnuwlano
far rata and anylng tUt the coiiatl
tutionullHt t hief had refused to accept
the "plan of Ayala," the original
agrarian proclamation of the aoulh-
Zapata la aaid to he declared th.it
he intrnrta to extend hia operation
alone the wcatorn t'naat of Mexico aa
far aa Honor and that he will fllhl
The Information waa brought l
Mexico City by peraona who arrived
from town under the control of the
r..n..t.r r y.aoala In the aute of
lllM-IIIKM K Mn li:TVKKA
itriTiTix M.t-nr i.r:.ir:ni
Kt I'-xi Tex. June S'l. furranaa
and Villa aarnla here appeared tod.o
m know no dctalla of the proposed
.nrerence hHHrfll (leiirtal Villa
and nprewntallvea of lleneral far
r.nu iii eettU the ditfcrettcea which
liave threatened the aucceaa f the
oiialltullonallat revolution. Iele
(.tea evidently hae not been named
but it waa thouuht that farranxaa
aaenta would be aent direi'tiy from
Monterey to Torreon. and tha confer
emea manaaed a ipilelly aa poaailile,
tleneral Villa waa reported ax hav
In ikhik today to 1'atral to attend
the funeral of Trinidad Hodrlguex,
one of hla cetierala killed In the re
lent battle of Vacaletua.
From furianaa'a head'iuartera
came word that tleneral llamoti
Ki aunt to waa aufe in Monterey, die
Ina away with much uneaalnexa re-
aatdina bla welfare. Krauatro. who
headed the Henton-ltauch tnvealiaa
lion committee, had been reported
in jail nt Torreon.
Amtuiaaador IhtUama relumed here
today after a week'a vacation. The
note from t'arranra reached him tm-
medlatuly on hia errtval. It acta
forth In polite phiaaea the thanka of
tleneral Carranaa for the invitation
of tha medtalora to aend ronatitu-
llnnaliat deleaatea to nartlclpale In
Informal conference with Huerta
deleaulea for the aelei'tloil of a pr-
vialonal preaident of Mexico and the
aolutlun of other internal problema.
tleneral I'arranxa atatea. however.
that he would like to have mora
lime in which to conault hla aubor
dinate chief, and aeneral befor t
Inn on the Invitation.
ieneral t'arrania gave tha medl-
tura nu Intlmatlua tu how loug
President, Members of Cabinet
Justices of Supreme Court
and Diplomatic Corps At
tend Requiem Mass for Late
(Uy Irwanl Wire to I,vmln Herald.
WaahinRton. June 31 Kuneral
aervlcea for IT. 1'edro r.xeitilel Jlo-
)na, Vcnenucliin mliilnler, who died
at Atlantic City Friday, were huld
here today. I'reatilent Wllaon, mein
liera of the cabinet, Juaticea of the
aupreme court and practicully the
entire diplomatic corpa attendad.
The I'lthlnet mectlna; waa cuncellud.
Facorted by a battalion of engi
neer, ii m ii ml run of ruvalry, and the
Marine hand, tha body waa taken
from the leaallon to the ihurt'h on i
cHlanon. Aa the caakut. carried by
elaht non-comitiiariloncd ofUcen mid
followed by the hnnornry pulllieuri i,
waa taken Into the church, the 'ia-
Bemlilcd troop came to preactit
In addition to the preaident, H'C-
relary llryan. Kecrelary McAdim.
Hecretary Hedfleld. -crctary Inn-
iela and membera of the minute for-
elan ' reliillon committee and houae
foreiitn affalia conimitlea nttondeil
the inaaa, after which the nody waa
taken to the WachlnKton tiacy yatd
with the eacort of troopa. pla vl cn
the a ii n lion t liolpbln and taken to
Hampton Itoada, to be tranf'rrcd to
the battle ahip Kiinrua and tikan to
One of Five Civilized Tribes in
Oklahoma Turned - Loose on
Cruel World with $600,000
It licatand Wlrn in Evening Herald.
Waahinaton, June sit. The i. tiero-
kee nation, luraeat of the nvo civ-
lined triliea, will be dlaaolved aa a
nation at mldniKht and the tribunal
funda, amountliift- to fti'Hi.uvO. will be
divided among Ha 4l.'i"0 memlier
omiitiHaioncr Hell of the Indian of
fice today called for the renlKtiatloli
of all Cherokee ofllciula. The dieao
lot urn of th" tribe la in accordance
with the the policy of the Indian
office. I'nder the law It waa Intend
ed that the five ch lined tribe aliould
be diBMilvrd nationa In ln. Con-
arena, however, extended that tinf
In the diacretmn of the Indian or
r.ce. The rVminole nation practically
hit been duuiolvrd. Senator Owen
of iiklahoiiia ia a member of the
Cherokee nation and will receive na
hla portion of the tribal funda about
Karwaa Mlb1aJ I let Ire.
Toieka, Kan., June 0. F. I). Co
bum, for twenty year rretary
the atate board of agriculture ana
widely known throughout the coun
try aa a crop authority, retired from
public aervlce today.
It would take, him to t'onault hla gen
erate and chief. He already ha had
one week'a lime in which to do It
but It wa freely predi'-ted that lie
might want a month or more.
I.I.WK M FX ICI I, III MtMl
Wanhioglon, June 30. I'rlvata dl"
pa It Ilea fiicvK here today from,
unoftli lul aources In Mexico City
atated lluit Frealdent Huerta had
aeul hla tun and daughter toward
I'ucrto Mexico and waa making
prepar.u ion tor hi own departure
on ahull rrittcf. Tha Information
waa conveyed tu the atat ilepatt
ment. lUltawa IbiolKa It.
' Niagara Falla. int.. June 30.
Knillio Itabaa. a, head of the Mexi
can delegation here, wild he doubted
very mmh the report that tlerrral
Huerta wa preparing to leave Mex
ico City. II aald that Inaemoch aa
(ieneral Hueilu had eight children,
four married and four unmn.rrleit.
the departure of Iwo of the had
M TOMMIAT tt ItM IMi
HV slJIt.Tti llli'K I KIM
Waahlnf ton. June 10. The receaa
of the Niagara mediation conference
wa rece!d in official circle with
out comment, where It wa not un
expected, a I'lcaident Wllaon and
Hecretary lirtan. In conatant touch
with the American delegataa, had
been advtred of the aituatmn.
It waa varloualy interpreted In of
ficial and diplomatic cm lc. ThoM
who have been pi nnilllc aa lo tha
aucrea of mediation hold th opinion
that the conference might not r-
wemble. Iiaajng their view on their
belief that tha conalltutlonaliata
never hava devired to participate,
preferring to prolong their military
GETS BACK HER
'World's Greatest Contralto
Awarded Divorce Decree
from William Rapp and
Wins Decision on Every Con.
(fly Inward fAtr to Evening Herald.)
Chlcugo, June 30. A deciee of div
orce In favor of Mr. I. meal Inn ll.ipp
(Mme. Hchttma rin-lleilik I, wife of
William itapp of New York, wu en
tered by J mine Ilclllil K. Siillivnu III
the aiiperlor court today. The dec r-o
provldca that Mrx. Hupp may reaiimo
her mublen name, Krneatlne eiihu-manii-llelnk,
und that the defendant
ahull pay the coat 'f the ult. It
a'ao flnda that the atatulory churai
mndii nttiiltiNt the complainant, Mr.
Itapp, by the defendant' ametiivd
anancr. were not aupported 'ny the
i t idem e introduced, but the decree ia
granted on atututury chargea which
it la held ahe proved akalnat hur hua
band. An appeal la allowed by the decree
on the defendant' flllne; a coal bond
and a bill of cxceptlona within aixty
STATE TROOPS III
Strikers from Westinghouse
Plants Operate as Pickets
Under Restriction; People
(By lNasnd Wrm to Bntn nrld.)
I'lttHliurgh. June SO. -Dawn aaw
th atute conatatiulary In complete
control of the eilualion in the atrlke
dlctrict of the Turtle Creek vallvy.
Four trooper cleared the bridgt
londing to the WeattiiKhouae electitc
and machitio fintorica of the deputy
heriffa that, have held it for three
wi-eka, and all peraona were allowed
to pana without iiueetion. Street
were) patrolled by mounted men and
the people, kept moving.
A great crowd of atrlkera aaaein
hled at the plant entrancea to
who would return to work and pick
et evere active tinder the reatrlcttona
laid down by Cuptiiin Adam wh"n
he vialtcd the Hi Ike headipiat tera
luat mailt, tine mun overatepped the
bound and nu nrreated by a troop
er. Htrlct ordera were itlwn by the
rotiKtatiulnry for the armed guard
to remain in the work and In no
cnae to allow thcmHcltcx on the
atreeta with their gun. The guard
at the I'ennaylvantii atation to
protect the railroad property wu re
duced at daybreak.
FRENCH EXHIBIT AT
Appropriation of $400,000
Asked by Bill Reintroduced
in Chamber of Deputies for
San Francisco Display.
ly l4afsl Wlr tu irvrntng Herald
I'urla. June 30. The French gv
eminent bill (or the approprlut in
of t4ii,0tU to cover the expeiiac ol
the French exhibit at tha I'anumu
Pacific expoKiilon at te.n Friiin
wa reintroduced into the chamber
of deputle today.
A memorandum of reaona for the
appropriation, which accompanied
the bill. I dated June '-.', und I
aligned by Premier Vidanl. Joaeph
Noiilen. lliinlBt.r of linaoce. and
tlanton Thompson, mlmatci of coln
mene. In thl docnmeiit diplomatic
and economic: conMderutlcin are P"t
forward ami Frame w urged to Join
in celeL-r-tlon of the union of th
Atlantic and the Pacific- oceana by
the work begun by French engineer
and carried out by Americana.
llellcf that the hill aoon Will b
adopted by the French parliament
waa expreaaed today by Alexandra
Tlrman, French ommlaalonor gen
eral lo the expoltlon.
COLONEL ROOSEVELT IS
OFF FOR PITTSBURG
fly Ij-bm-4 Wire, to r.vemlag Herald J
New York. June 30 Cjlonel The.
adore Itoonevfll. accompanied by hf
eon, Theodore Kooeevelt, Jr. and hi'
aecretary, left at i o'clock ihia morn
ing for PltUhurgll, where tonight he
will apeak at th cloamg wwlrni of
tha aecond annual conference of tha
rrugriv Lcagua &C I!i.nnylvaiiia.
Archdnke Francis Ferdinand
and Consort Assassinated as
Result of Peep Rested Na
B0DIE3 TO VIENNA
Authorities had Knowledge of
Conspiracy to Assassinate
But Were Unable to Prevent
Ily Ix-aaed Wlrw to Keening Herald.
Vienna, J una 30. According to
opinion expreaavd by high govern
ment ofriclala I ho plot which result
ed In the aaaaaaiiiutlon on Sunday of
Archduke Franci Fcrdliiund and btr
wltc, the OiKbea of ilohcttbcrg, at
Sarayevo, owed II inception to litt
llonaliat propaganda, which originat
ed In herviu.
Thl propagand.1 took tleep root
among lerlaln elvmenta of the Her
viun populitlou o( Hoeiiiu. The lioa
nian government waa itwure ut the
treaaonublu aim being porued but
waa oollged to proceed with the ul
tima t caution in order not to Injure
another group of Mervlana Who were
loyal o It. A No there wer certuin
conaideratlon of foreign policy which
had to ha reckoned with.
Tha llonia authorities, while care
fully Matching ami remrainltiK I hear
fanatic, apparently were unable to
dlecovtr !h conspiracy In thno to
prevent Hundiy crime.
How lim ply 'hla .-eVl ill dunger
really penetrates I torn la impol))e
to patimate, but fear are expreaaed
here that it would be dllflcult to atem
The will of the late archduke w
found and opened by Kmpcrnr Fran
rla Joceph tin afternoon. The I rch
duke'a children. It 1 aald, are to In
herit their late father'a fatiitea In
Hohimla utid at Halaburg and Art-
I ctetien. The ret of the estate In-
eluding the famoti villa Tivoli nt
Florence, are to go to the new heir
to Out throne.
IMUMI-H K Illll TK TO
IK.W Mlt MAKKAI.
Metkovlch. Herxegovina. June .10.
The bodle of Archduke Fraticla Fer
dinand and hi conaott, the lucha
of llohenlorg. arrived here on a pe
clal train at o'clock thl morning
from HaniM-vo, ::iui.
Tim coffin were removed from th
car' by olucjai'ket and after a
prayer by a prieat were conveyed
amid the roll of muffled drum and
th.. lollinu of church bell to the
royat yacht li.clmat. lying
When the n.ilnmt rem hed Ihe
mouth of the river. It proceeded di
rectly to Ihe balllcahip Virhua I'niM.
which w.ia lying at ani hor waiting
to convey the bodiea to Trleale. The
yucht fired a aaluta of nineteen gnu
a abe came alonglde the bultleahln
and the coffin were then tranaferred
jlo the afterdecR of too it on v n,n.
j which had been transformed Into
inortuary chapel decorated with
Tlo. tmlttoahln Vil'lbll I'tlHla I
proceedmg alowly toaard Ttleaie no
aa lo allow eouit offl.lula In Vienna
lo make preparation for the fun-ril.
The veaeel will arrlv on Wednesday
evening and the bodiea will be taken
avhore on Thutaday and conveyed on
ami carriage through troop-iineu
atreeta to the railroad atatlon on their
wa to Vienna.
Iteiiorta from oilier tlielrlcl4
Itiumia todav y thut
have viituiilH eeuMeil.
Th peipctrator of Hundaj'a out
rnge are to l' tried bcf.ue the civil
court and not under martial la.
Necleljo IJiiluiiiovic. who threw the
bomb at the an hdiike and hla roii
n Kooil.iv. will then be liable
only to Impi laonioent for a
from five to ten yera on
u i bargu
... I murder, while O.ivrlo
Plinclp. who fired tho latal h"t,
may. it la aid, ewape with ten year
Impriaonment t'd Biiount
IN ARKANSAS REVIVED
PhJH. AiW., June afl The
"Huckleberry mountain feud," which
ha exiatcd in thl ection of Alkan
for tnun.v year, waa revived laal
night, when Frank Hon-, a moun
i.,..r -1...1 and killed llulurt llo.n
and nrobal.lv fatally woum'-d "ha
1 1, hoi Flo-rill when. It I .ad. Horn
and Hherlll attacked the Koxe bom
Tho ofneer hav arreited all kit wn
factional leader in tha
vvut further trouble.
feud to pro
110 PIC UT
Villa's Constitutionalist Army
Slaughtered Thousands in
Battle, and Took 5.000 Pris
oners. (By lo-aaetl Wire to JTtening tier aid I
Torreou. June 30. Itailroad men
brought I ho Information today that
tleneral Medina linrron, commander
of tho federal g.iruaoii defeated laid
Tuaeday at acateia, had reached
A mm Calleniea with only fourteen
men. tleneral linrron waa wounded
in the thigh, they auid.
The body of (ienerul t Ilea, another
federul commander, ha been found
In the poult ion hi men occupied on
tho y.aoutecu bultlef nlcl, according
to report made to tleneral Villa,
who wu here today. A aon of tlen
eral Knrron. a major, elan wu killed
and hla body found and identified.
The only gr .up of federal which
left Zucalecn In any order Wa one
of about c) men. It hog been
learned. All other fled punlc
atrli ken. o fur aa It ha been poe
Ible to ascertain, me federal who
managed to eacape the conatltutlon
allM' flro numbered no more than
300. The garriaoti conaleted of from
M.000 to 11,1100 men. About li.000
were taken prionera-
Thc extenalvo buttle ground ha
mndo accurate figure dirilcult to e
cure. tin tho iiuadalupe road IimiiI
Ing to the clly Home s.ooil fclerala
died, while more than 400 bod lea
were found In redoubt and trenche
around the hill hi l.rlllo.
IS QUIET AIID
Warning to British to Leave
Republic Grounded on Fear
Famine will Occur as Consti
Illy tegl Wire tu F.rvning nerwld.)
Sent Crux, June ' F'ar of lam
ine reaulting from the advance ol
Ihe conat it iitionn lint army and thu
cutting of railway!,, rather than un-
tlclpHlion of dlaordcr In Mexico City,
prompted fir Lionel CurdviiK warn
ing lo Kritiah auliject to leave the
federal lupilul, according to puaat'Q
gcr who arrived here today.
The IniprexMiou waa general among
tho LiiKlialimcu. alt of whom had
comu down on buatneH, tliut few
pe rson would take advantage of thu
epecial Uriliah refugee train tu
Puerto Mexico, a moat of thorn; now
In the capital preferred to remain
All who arrived here today agreed
that the cupllal quiet und that
there wele no vlaiblu Indication of
unreel among the people.
No confirmation of the evacuation
of Aguua Cuilente by tha federal
forteu Una Ir.i, bed h re, '.nit tho rail
road puaacngera aald there wet
many rumor afloat regarding mu
linle among the federal troopa in
vuriou plate to the northward.
Hoe paienH''r declured u band of
revcilutlonlat a few day ago at
tacked Necuxaca, where tha light and
power plant aupplying tho capltul
loc ated, and II la reported other
band arc acllvo In the vicinity of
A report wu brought In by pa-
Meuger that uK conhtllutionaliat had
been captured and executed my if
I trixuba 1.11 week.
OHIO GIRL WEDDED
TO FRENCH NOBLEMAN
ply I-amiI W ire to TTrenlng Herald
I'ati. June Hit . Vila laiura Mc
Donald Miillo. daughter of Kd- ind
K. titallo of Cincinnati, tihio, and
Prime Franciwo Itoapmlloat were
married ticlay ut t. Joeeph' church
In the presence of a coinpany of clia
tingiilHhecl gue1. Among thoe
preM tit were Amliaaaador and Mr.
M.vron T. Heirick und Prime and
Prince Mural, who 1 a altiicr of
Prince and Prince KoHplglioel aric
going to Norway for tluir honey
moon. BATH TuTfOR VILLA
BEST MONEY CAN BUY
f fly I e a and Wire to Erring nraM
Chicago, June 3l. (Ienerul
Friinciacc, Villa blh tub,
bippcd from here In reapotiae
o hi order for the beat tub
money could buy, corei hint IttMi,
It wu made known today by
Ihe fir n that old it "hipping
ct iharuea came to Ilf3 more.
"If he traimpori the tub
from city to city it will be tho
heavieet thing hi army haa to
move," aaid u memlier of the
licnetul Villa ordered the tub
In I.I Pai-o from a reprkciila-
- ' Chicgn firm.
Proposals by American Dele
gates at Niagara Tanta
mount to Reducing Personal
Liberty to Sham, Claimed.
FAVORED IS ALLEGED
Sharply Criticized and Indi
rectly Accused of not Desir
ing Electoral Liberty in
(Ily U-om-U Wire to ttttung neeald.I
Mexico City. June JO ltoberto
F.lavn-Hul. acting foreign mlnt
elr, haa given out a memorandum
bearing on the atatemenl of the
etulement of the Mexican d''0gat
to tho Niagara Full medlutlon con
ference, addteseed to the American
delegate and first made public from
Niagara Fall June 17. In it he
bring out certain paaiuige which
were not contained In tho atatement
aa laaued lit Niagara Full. The ob
ject of the memorandum. It wa aald.
wu to combat the propoaala present
ed by Ihe American delegate, which
Were aaid to be lutitamouot to rein
ing electoral liberty In Mexico to
aham. a the election would be heli'.
under preiwure In fnvor ol Carrunnu.
Thl. It waa urgued, would be lm
for Mexico und lor the t'nlted Htatea
u well it for t'arranxn. aa it would
cauae bad feeling between the two
iwople niid Ciirrunxtt would nlway
be regarded a the nominee and aub
ordlnata of tha American govern
ment. The McXl
mi'iit of a
an delegate In the doC
why Ihe government at
ol Jo t to the aatablixh
neutral ro l-lonul gov
eminent whic h the Mexican delegate
hud lininedliilely accepted. The only
nnawer, they aay. can be that the
Waxhiligtoti government doe not de
all e electoral llberiy In Mexico. The
Afxlciin delegate denied that the
advance of the revolution proved na
tional actitimcnt In Mexico favored
Carratixa. Put, even uppolng the
nulional Kent tmcnl favored Curranxa,
hi election, they pointed out. wa
certain under a neutral government
and there wiui no ne'eaaity for put
ting him In tht'ougl. a proviinul
govemmuiit under hi Influence.
If the Waahington government In
aieted on tm propoaalM. the tlelegnle
contend, the negotiation would fail
und civil at rife in Mexico would con
tinue, and even If the revolutionary
armei V"e vlctorioii It would be
only at the coat of much auffcring
and hloodHtrd. They aald it wa un
becoming to the government of a
great civillxccl people aii'il aa th
American to accept rt'poiihility
for lbee horror", when the reull
could be a' tallied by an honoruble
and peaceful ex, rc lae of the ballot
rVnor Katuva-ICuU atated that, aftii
the memorandum had been present
ed, an agne'ornt hud been reached
lalween the Mexican and American
delegate, but It ,ould not be given
out becuiiae the Mexican government
hud mude mono obervatlon on It
IS ON IN IDAHO
Ily Iical Wire to Irtenlng Herald.
Koiae, Muho. June UO.- Platform
convention of the four political par-
tie recognizee! under tho primary
lection law of Iduho Itepublican.
Iicmocr.itn, Progreanive and Social
lal - ur being held lo re today. Pro
bilillioii ia the chief uc-cin lo-fore ea h
of the three leacling parlie. 1 lo
Progriweivc will. II I pracftcallv
c c rtccic, m!cit h plutfoitn declaring
for prohibition liy Ic-gialative i-n.ic t
luent and ulao tb aiihtniaaion of A
conatituilonnl a mend in en I.
In the 1 ei,.o ratic convent Ion thief
inlctcM , eiit. in in an effort to b
made to oletain the adoption of ii
homo i ii In plunk giving citlc and in
corporated loans the rlulii to dcule
the prohibition 'll"Hllou for tbctll-
aelve. 'I'lin Itepiililican ure aald l'
be i lom ly divided ccn (lie epical loll.
la-nili-r on 1 rial.
N' J . June 30. --Carlo
liichiHiriicI Voikr of Ibe
r, whone activity lii-ie
duibitf the great silk ai tike of a year
tX'i cd iai cl Ina incle tment for aclv c,.
eating boiliiy Itijiuv and Inciting to
Hot. wu lod.iv ii km 111 placed on trial.
Treacii waa tiled ..! the tlntn of the
air ike, hut the Jury lulled to agree.
Xlet u noon.
Many privt penalnn bill were
Met at noon.
Iiulmle wa reautned on the !
trie t of Columbia appropriation
President Wilson Tells 500
Suffragettes Today that Ho
will not Recommend Consti
IS NOT NATIONAL
Ladies March Behind Brasf
Band to White House and
Make Known Demands in
Ily Ix-ax-d tvira to Kvenlng Ifnrald.l
WuKhington, June ! Ireldrit
Wllaon told a deputation of mora
than t"0 wiiman auffrugial at thw
White Hoiiae tixlay that woman uf
rruge waa a atute lu and not a
national one, and for that reaaou hi
would not una hla Influence for tha
parage of a tonatltutlonal amend
ment In emigre.
In the hlalorlc eaat room of
the executive mansion the vi.yl
dent received the xuff r.iglat. wh-
lepreaented the nrganixed u'j
women of nearly every gtt.
When tho preaident declined lo up
Prt tho MordelJ-Ilrlatow amendment.
which cornea up for a vote In tha
house rule committee tomorrow.
nme of tha leader began to put him
thrnuiih a bart rroa-exmlnatlon
whlrh Ihr preaident took ood na-
Mr. I- ''eta Chlldo Dorr and Mr.
Harvey V 'Vll.y .jueai lined hint n
h' at tit tin. - .vh reapect lo other na
iitMwl 1mii. ..-' efcer Jt-Miwerltig aev.
eral of their nu- ice the preldent de.
I cannot permit niyaelf to b
That out a item In the nueatlonlng
and tn deleuntlon alnwly filed out
of tho White hnuna giving ogpretialona
of dlKappointment and regret. Tho
preaident told lh women that hi
'paealon la for loeal aelf-governmenl"
and that he believed every atato
ahotilu decide certain thing for It-
elf. He claaaed th right f miffraga
among thcao thing. il told tha
tti,.n,n iluii tha auffrui loaue had
not 'lieen mentlnned In the Maltlmnro
platform and. therefore, ha would hw
reluctant to take It UP even thougM
hi own Idea wrinj different.
"The preaident of th t'nlted Hlnleg
ha a dual peraonalily," aald Mr. Wll
aon. "Flrat he I the chief executive
of the nation and next he I Iho lead
er of a party. Tn roth thoo cap
cltle I muat refuao to pualt woman
ufrge ii a national mue."
The preaident advlied the "lu,
women not to ha dlacouragid. but
continue 'heir fight In Ihe varloua
tale Ho added that he wag necr-cy
Interacted In tho queatlon.
Some of the mother brought email
children with them la Ibe Whlto
hoiie and throughout the peaki-i
there were frequent wall und rrleg
from the liable.
More than too women auffr.igudo.
lepreaerting orghRlxed cluba of near,
ly every atate. marched on Ihe Whl'w
Houae today and demanded of Pres
ident 'Vllaon ii definite atatement oC
hi poiltion toward votee for women.
W t.nt are you going to do for
woman anflrag at thl ealon of
rcipurran"" waa the queatlon tho
leader bluntly uaked.
"Will you uae our Influence in
favor of Ihe Mondoll-Hrletow auf
frage reaolution for a conalltutional
uniendmeiil which come up befoto
the houae rule i uiiimiltce tomor
row Il.nd.cl bv Mr. Harvey W. Wiley.
Hbeta i hiUU I'orr. Mi. William
Kent. Alee Paul and other leading
Npirit in the i oiigreacnial union for
woman antftagc, tiM delegation, after
a public iiiccm meeting marched la
bind big bruH Wild to the Whit
Hon, gate. Where Ihey wer re
ceived by eerieiarv Tumulty, who
look them lo the preaident.
A large engraved cocuy of th ur
Iragud rekolutton adopted at tha re
cent Chicago convention of the Fed
eration of Women Club wa pre
aented to the preaident a A .ielim
inary tu tha apeechc of Ihw nfia
git. Preaenllng th engraved rraolu
lion. Mr, till laigan replied to tho
charge that the Chicago lonventioli
bud been purkd In favor of the uf
"The women over the are
holding out their hand to u." aald
aha. "Klght million working women
hav their eye on tho rult of thlM
teiudutlon today. Mr. Preaident. In
view of 'be Fourth of July, when tho
delr' n of our forefather stilt
ring i' ' ibllant not round tha
world. . t mora fitting hour and
tini for ou; i icaiclitit, Ut father fit