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There Yill It No Band Concert for the People in Rolinson Pari Tomorrow Night.
il there be no
I.ltMane par foe
luf n ilvmlHliiC
thro nam tlxtifc
oand concert for
the people tomor
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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 11. 1914.
tttic evfttwo nrnAM
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; TO SURREMER
i .1 1 L I T A 1 YlGOLLIER STORSTAD IS HELD
Effort to Declare Carranza not
Eligible for President De
feated at Peace Conference
DELEGATES NAMED BY
ARMY TO CHOOSE HEAD
Following Surrender of City
One Delegate for Each 1000
Soldiers will Meet and Elect
Ujr Imw4 Wire la r.vrwfa-4 llce-ald-l
ftelililw. Me, Mr II '
real terrain, tlttt iiMuituilNi
art ctOnf, ImmhhI Mali-limit
here) today rrllratiiiK ha tnlfti-
Urn of rr)lii unl tlx" s)an of
.uailaluM. tie auiemmfd:
-1 eliall continue atruggle
lu r4alllli pemr tlirouglroul
llMI r"1llll- tUt MMMI Mllrlt
and will Inaiuedlatriy llierraflrr
fall ruUon wtifc-ti will mull In
Im re-iuilillJiim-iil of cimslitu
U"l order In SlraHW
Torreon, Mexico. July 11.-("krrsntu-Villa
rue at Torreon an effort to
prevent timer I Curranxa or any of the inlll
lary leader tif lh revolution lrm
becoming canditlatee fur the ir-l-dency
or vice presidency fulled to Ir
adopted, according a lengthy oftl
rial statement issued here today.
The motion waa made ly lh Villa
delegate. A motion pawed, how
ever, culling upon I ho Ural chief. a
president aU Interim at Ilia triumph
of Ihe revolution, to call a convn
lion composed of delegates represent
ing th constitutions list army, every
thousand aolilli-ra to b represented
by one delegate selected by a com
mlttre of military chiefs to be ap
proved by the general of thu Ulvialon.
which would fix the date and ur
run1 for the election.
A llm tif namrs waa suggested t
arrunaa by all the delegates, from
which he rould select If he ew fit a
provlalonnl cabinet or a consulting
committee to ml until the election of
permanent oltlrera. Ki'eolutiona also
were adopted condemning what waa
declared the activity of the cleriy In
iutfoalliif the Hueria cvnirul govern
ment. Tll followed a f.Rht In whli'h the
Villa dfli'Kiitea iitlcinpl. d to elimi
nate any mtlttaiy l.iiJ.r. Ini'ludlni)
I'niraiii.i. from pieeldrnliul poenlbil
Itiea. 1'hoae reeommendrd ai aultable for
the pruvlaloiiHl ciibliirt were lalenlaa
ylii.ron. l.ma f'Hlir.rn, Antonio Vil
la ih I. Mul Milva, Manuel llonlHu.
Alberto i'niil, Kdiiurdo K. Iluy, l
uti lo I'eKiulrit. Miguel l!, liln
bnrdo Joee Vanroni t Uok, Id laud
Aleulo Itohlraa and Krederiro Uon
An Importunt art of the conference
wan directed axalnht lh elery
w hich had In ken purl in the preeent
revolution. The aliileinent aald:
"1 bat nieinberi of the Human
t'ulholli' rhurrli who materially or
Intellectually aaeiated the Duurper
Vl (..nam, Hueria ahnuld be pun
lbd." The convention flret an reed that
fleheral Carranut waa the aupreine
leader of the revolution and tleneral
Villa the chief or the divlelort uf the
With thle aa baaii for the nemi
tMllona. dlacuaelon Wian, each aide
advancing t'ertuln aUKKeeliuna which
Were Voted (town, modified or adopt
ed la full. In reuard to the com
plaint that tleneral t'arranut had nl
en-lHted aiiftlclently the dlvlalon of
the north with muniliona, a reaolu
' lion waa adopted after aome argu
ment whlih called for all dlvifcloiii
of the eonatltiiiionaliat army lo "re
ceive from the Aral chief all the ele
ment that they may need.'
Certain conveeaiuna alau were given
RESUE FOR DISASTER
DE THE EMPRESS DE IRELAND
Wreck Commission Finds that Blame for Loss of a Thousand
Lives in St. Lawrence River Rests on Alfred Tuf tense,
Third Officer of the Collier, in His Failure to Notify
His Chief of Danger Ahead. , . . a.
Tly 1-re.nod Wire lo JTrenliig Herald i
yueber, July 11 The collier
Slo.lnHnl U held to blame for the
KmpreM "f Ireland diaiixter. In lh"
llndinax of the wreck commilon.
handeil down today. The cottimln
eloii hold that the dleaater wu due
to the floral a il'a chunae of rourne.
ordered by the third officer without
inetrucliona Irom the first oftber,
who waa In charge of the collier a
The Kmpreee wna aunk In the St
I ji wren re on May 2 with a I.hm f
more than 1 .00 liven.
The rnlller'a third officer found re
lonnlble I Alfred Tuftenea. Me
on the brlilRe when the enmh oc
curred, and the report hold that
"he waa wrong and negligent In
keeping the navigation of the venue!
In hla own hand and failing to call
the captain when he mw - the fog
Thv report aava the im1t waa
not due to nny apeclal characteristic
of Iho Et. Lawrence. It wna n, dlx
axter which might have occurred In
any river In almilnr circutiiHtancee.
The report notes a radical conflict
In the testimony of ofl.rg of the
hmprea and the Htoratu.l.
"The wllneeaea from the Htorntad."
read the report. '-ay they were ap
proaching nu a to pan red to red,
while Ihoee on the Kmprcua aav they
were approm hlug ao a to pint
green to green. The etoriea are lr
reconctluhie. have therefore thought It ad
vlmible to found our 'coniiuHion ul
tnoet entirely on the event epoken "f
by the linen and on their probable
that the varloii chief mlKht have
adiiilnlntrative power aa well a nill
ilury. The Internal trouble In the male
of Konora wu mentioned in an addi
tional recommendation calling on
lieneral t'arraniui "to obtain a "lll
tion of the conflict" In the wmtern
ktute wheru Ocncrnl ohregon, far
mum' weetern dlvivlonal command
er, who wa not re.re. nfd in the
conference, and J. me Maria Muyto
renu, the Coiitltutionalit governor,
have Uleagreed. lt miKK.aied
aiao that Mutorena lenlgn If hn be
lieved auch action would end the
far ran mi waa named a having
aole rlKht to aPiHiint or remove any
federal employe. KcouttoiiH t"
puHh the revolution until "the last
vetige tif ihn ex-lederul army hull
(liKuppear. and mutter pertaining
to the aurnrlan and ecoiioinb ul prob
lem of the country completed the
part of the document a adopted
ii nd eiicned by the fiumcr.
KUtUtT Ol- KV T.TH
OK (.l AYHAH A. KllltOlt
Maltlllo, July , mh lue.lo. T ..
July J I. t'revlou report that the
acuport of iluay.na had been evac
uated hv federal were In error, ac
cording to aillcea fmin I -ik-i I Al
Varndu, coininanillng the condltu-
tionull! beau mug thnt city. Alvur-
ado reported he had moved the
force aa lo aurroiind ('iuu)nia
completely on I be land aide.
The following nieeaage wa re
ceived today from (leneral tiuregon,
dated (lUMdulaJara July .
"I have the honor to report thnt
up to thla lime 1 have captured il
train fio.n the enemy, elkht c.innon,
eien nin hine gun, two ear of ar
tillery and ttiiioiiinlil.i-. and an ul
rifle carl rid e and ailll continue to
i.ip'.ure ptiMoner and aiipplle."
Klli Til f.l'WM H
On lbmrd 1'. H. 8 t'ullforniu, M
rnilan, July 10, by wlrele to Han
llego, July 11. Keporl received al
federal headquarter her tml.iy aay
that the liritiah ateumer Acajutlu
vailed from Acapulco for halloa
t'rui wrlth 4i Infantrymen. The city
la left wllh SUU Irregular Iroop u
New of the fall of ttiiadalujiirs.
reached the I'aclflc fleet today. The
rulaer t'alifornla and the dealruyer
I'rebU aailed early today lu Haul
etuence In order to arrive nt
lull. hi or the difllculty.
"We have come to the concliiHlot)
that Mr. Tuftene wu mistaken I'
he atipoped thnt there wu any In
tention on the part of the KmpreM
to pne port to port or that die. In
fact, by her HKht niinilteaied the in
tention of doing o; but It appear to
u to be n mintuke which would have
been of no coneUenc if both ship
hud ule.iiently kept their courne.
"Hhortly after the rhlp came Into
the poHitlon of i.en to green, a
claimed by Captain Kendall, or red
to red, a claimed by Mr. Tuftene,
the fug mIuiI them out from each
other, and it 'iu while they were
both enveloped In thla fog that the
courne of one or the other wa
changed and the collinlon broUKht
"Therefore, the nellon na to who
la lo blume reeoive Itxdf Into a altn
nle iii, namelv. which i f the Miiim
ehnnaed her poure ituring the fog,
"There I III our opinion no (tr.aind
for aaylng that thH rouren (,f the Km
prea of lr:nn, dim ever chanKed In
the Hciute that the wheel wn wilfully
moved, but na thw hearing proceeded
another explanation wan propounded,
namely, that the veaeel chnimed her
coiirne. not by renHoii of any wilful
alteration of her wneel, but in con
eiiuence of aome uncontrollable
Thi. It ti RiiRgeeted, might have
been duo lo an tnmiffli lent urea of,
rudder or wonie miphap to the te-r-Ing
gear, "but." wiy the report, "we
are of the opinion that the allega
tion a m to their condition are not
ItoHulia, a lr.ra French mining town
acr.. the llulf of t 'iiliforulu from
Ouumiiiih. The n u n In mi Annapiili
and the Herman cruiaer lAdpHic milled
IICIi KIM)IIT(.K TO UK
ui:iKini.i at ot i:
Snllillo, Met., via lj.re.lu. Tenia,
July II. The tihortiiKe of coal for
moving troop train from which
lieneral Villa la aald lo have uf
lered recclill, I to be relieved lm-
inediatelv. (leneral t'arranxa baa
given order lo allow coal tram to
be run Iron the t'oabuilu coalfield."
near Kabina to Torreon, where It
waa Mild traffic had been interrupted
betaua,. of luck of fuel, Keport waa
alau received Irom Teitild.ldcry.
Vera t'rti. that fully half the federal
force were ready to Join tin. coiiail
tulioiialiIH. Ileiier.i Oarcla IV'iia of
the federal Birr ih.iii nl Tenibludern
ha been ordered lo Mexico City to
reinforce the aairiaon there. Oen
eral Katatuin Marniiln. who hold the
I. inter part of the nl.ite of I'uehla for
the I'onMtiluilonullai. has ent a dele
gation her to greet lieneral t'arran-i
and receive order. Thla ueleaatioti
left for Hallillo June il.
John II fllllnia:i. American vl e
consul at eliillllo. ariled here to
reHunie hi dutic.
LAUNCHED TODAY AT
FORE RIVER YARDS
Qulncy. Mil.. July 11. Turbine
englnea and oil fuel will liirnleh the
motive power of the Xl.r.uo-toii
battleablp Nevada. which waa
launched ul the yard of lh Fore
lilver rihlpbuililing company toilHy.
Thl luteal addition to the l ulled
Htnle nuvy I lmer eblp of the
okluhoma. launched at famden, S.
J., Inet March. It la expected that
aha will be placed In commlaelon
next January. The Nevada hua a
length over all "f feel, beam
u feet and mean draft of " H feet,
and her eetimuted pid
knot an hour.
Secretary lane of the navy 1r
iiartmi'nf, Altunt Hwrelury ltoe.
veil. Hovernor Taiker 1 Oddle
Nevada, end Senator I'ltlm.nn of that
data were the principal gueat al
the launching. Thai lnor wa
Hovernor Oddie'u nice. Kleauor Ann
tllebert. lU-yeur-old daughter of Mr.
and lr Fred J. HUt.ert of Menu.
Francisco Carbajal, Newly
Appointed Minister of For
eign Affairs will Succeed
the Defeated Dictator.
HOPED CARRANZA WILL
TREAT WITH NEW HEAD
Terms toj be Offerred by New
President will be Virtually
Those of Surrender, to Save
Conflict in City.
(Ity iMfeii Wire u Kvenlng Herald.
WaahliiRlvn. July 1 1 Informa
tion wa rii e veil from Mexico t'lty
by iliiihuoHl iere tod.iy tnylnif rien
erul Hueria would reMign within two
or three day In tuvor of Franciaco
a llm Jul. newly appointed mlnialer
. . ' foreign nffale.
It wa learned that the appoint
ment of ( ar'iajnl, who look office
yeHterdiiy, i part of a general pro
gram by which It l hoped to make
peace with the conHtituliouiiliatH.
The llueila delegate to tile NliiKaru
conference are unileriood to have
been uwuillng thl move for aeverul
dava. t'aibalal ha long been a,
member of the aupreme court i
Mexico nml on May SI luat wu
elected chief Jllatlie.
Itealixing that the conatitutionaMxt
geiiei.il would diaiitiprovv the plan
for H. peace conference with repre
eentatlve of (leneral Muerta a pro
poned by the mediator, becauae they
don't wiah lo have dealing In any
form Willi lluertu. the HUKKeatlon
w.m made to the lluiil.i group that
another man be placed In power with
whom the conxtltutlonultHl might
feel dlaponed to treat.
farliujal I u member of the elite
which Miipported lluertu but I re
garded ii having liberal j mpulhlea.
lie wa the peace envy whom lien
eral I'orilrlo Diax wnl to Juurex In
lull and arranged with Madera- for
the trumfcr of power to the aucce
It I believed here that I'urh.'ijul
Will erdeiivor to arm line term of
peace which Would be virtually lerma
of eurrender. The people In Mexico
t'liv are reported upprehenalve of a
military ciiioiUchI of the cupllal and
the erTort of an influential cIuhh ure
believed to be llre led toward ur
rutming a peaceful tranxfer of power.
Their would be no neceaaltv for a
lar nrmy lo enter the Mexican cap
ital under auch n plan, but merely a
few th'niy.iml men, aide to maintain
order if the federal troop evacuated.
With the nuining of t'.ithiijal re
newed effort will be made. It I lin
derHtood, by the Mexican delegate
who were nt the Xiuu.trn mediation,
f to bring about a pcac.. conference.
WnabiUKii'ii aupport'i of (leiiir.ll
I'niran.i are in luvor of nil. h a plan
worm it .mi-:h mimstf.ii
iiiis iuii. mhi i t itori:
Mexico City. July 1 I Itolo l lo Ka-lavan-lluu,
former acting Meil.an
foreign m tilater, left today for Vera
Crux mi his way ao Kurope an. I
COLONEL TO KEEP
OUT IN NEW YORK
fill I-smnI U'lro to F.veiiint Ilt-rabl l
iiv.ter May, N, V.. July II
Protests from I'rogressive lead-
er In all part of the country
against Ihe proposal that Col.
a KiMisevelt run for governor of
New York ponied in on the for-
mer piesldent by mall and wire
today. Sufficient lime hud
elapsed Mine" Ihe attempt of the
a New York leader to win him
lust Wednesday to brim lu let-
4k ler fioiu Ihe aoulh and west.
and in virtually every Instance
the demand wu made Itiat I'ol.
ltooHev.lt ely out of the nice.
Referendum Taken by Cham
ber of Commerce of United
States on Pending Measures I
Shows Interesting Results
Five Hundred and Fifty-Nine
Organizations in Thirty-Six
States Record Their Views
on Trust Measures.
(Ill laaaeU Wire to Ffinlng Herald. 1
W a.-liiiiKl.iii. July II. lteault of a
leteretiduiii on the Iruat bill petidlmt
in coiigre, co.iduited oy the I'lium
ber ol Commerce of the Tinted
Male among it count ii n. lit mem
ber, were unnoiiiKcd here todav.
Milne orgatilxatioiiH declined to vote,
KlMug ua tbelr rciiKoi that they re-
guided mi ll leglalature tiiinei eaanty
at tlilH time. IIuhUick orKiuiiiutlion
lu I Inn:. -MX hi. ilea, caa.llig u total
vole of l.iH, recorded their view.
The vote agu'iiHt attempt by H ituie
to foibul Ulaerliuinaiioo in price oi
lomiiiodillc wa liil to ii.
That a pr. poaal lo compel peraonn
rmii roiling the product of mi-ie lo
aell to all upplicanl "who ma be
rcsponaihlc'' I wrong In principle
and unworkable in practice, wa
voted r.-7 to s..
That there should li no at.itutor;
prohibition of comllltolia ticiwii
panylng alc aid leiiHc to the cllc'i
that Iwryerg en reiea chmmh--handle
or Ue the ploilucta of compel itol a.
wna voted fill to ll.i.
That a final dedalon In mi euiilly
null brought by the government
which eHl.ibllHhe the exlalence or
noii-exlxtetic,. of reali nut of trade or
ot a ripriofiolv ahould ne conclualv
evidence n.i to the aine lieneral fa-t
in prlwile action In ..unlit agaiiial
the ait run ilcriiidaiit under the atitl
trual law, waa voted 4n4 lo i'.L'.
That liil.rlockliiK of dire -.-tor
among competillve buaitu-aa corpora
tion, including railro.idi. abould
prohibited rexnrdlett of thi- aie ot
the cot poriitioria. If elimiii-itlon uf
competition uniiiiiK the corporation
in tpieallon Would coiialitllle a viola
tion of the Sherman net m v.. led
4 HI to 41.
Thai Interlocking t officer and
director between railroad and ln
dnutrlai con. erna with hi. h they
IrariHiu t nny aiibalanl nil Volume ol
buainea elv.ul.l be prohibited excel"'
In ainh liiHtance a the Inieiaiate
iiirnnierce ccnimaion may determ
ine are not detrimental to the pul
lic llllereat waa voted 4K4 t" 4 'I.
That there ahoiild be l. uixlat inn in
form which would not pronounce
Illegal an evlMling aliuatlon inn
would ntithorie the lnter-"t.ite eom-
nierce coiii:nlasl.in on fi-idin n ib tr.
melit lo the pinill" Intereat in any
Int. tIih kilia. ord. r that I" he '"
loinaled wan oied VIM to 4.'.
That problem Involved m prevcni-
Ing coiicenlraiiii'i or i-redii enoiiiu oe
referred for Inv. hi Igal ion and r
oiiiinendation " 'he federal reserve
beard or aome other cornpelenl bo.ly,
wa voted 44" lo 4:1.
Thnt corporate ownership of sio. k
directly or Indirectly of ciopel
corporation should be prohibited If
elimination of competition among
the corporation In tueMion w..ubl
constitute a v iol.it It ti ol the ."iierm in
act, except in sin o o . -- .
li..rMl..1.. Iri..l lolllllliSioll. or the;
ltiteitate coiiiTiier. e comm'.wiloii. In
the ens,, of railroad, may defi mine
are not detrimental to the public In
terest wa Vole. I 41'.( to "V
That there should be no attempt
lo regulate the share of Slo.-k issued
hv .orporaliona engaite.i in i-
Was v oted 41. to il
STHIKi: l'T SI-STH
4r 4 I.WTON' Hil l
Washi.-gton, July II In rev Inn
the I'laytol omnibus trust lull tie It
passed Ihe house, the senate judi
ciary committee today iruck '1111
sc. uon S. which would make it un
lawf.il for an owner, operator or
Hansporu-r t'f product of any mine,
old or gas well, reduction worsa. re
finery or hdro clcinc pb. it or for
any person wiling such product to
refuse arbitrarily tn II the produc?
to any responsiole person applying
Mr. niuin Wurka With Attorney.
Joined,.. N. Y., July 11 Mr
Florence Conklln farman. charged
with the murder of Mr. la.ulse
Ituiley, wa engaged today In going
over the testimony given at Ihe cor
oner' lii-iiieM with h.r attorney,
tleorgfl M. I.ey. Mr, t'urmuu ha
able.l him . .ml.l ' m!i!v, h,-r atl"rney
a. ltd. In tiiii.lvxintt the tehtinionv
which nned her arret
RATES GO 0(1
Date of Rates Sustained by
Supreme Court Ruling Ad
vanced 1o Give Roads Time
to Complete Tariffs.
Illy 14-aaiil Wire tn Iteeirtng ftirald 1
W'ashliiiMon, .Inly I I.- -The eflec
tive ilatc of t lit liilerelate commerce
coiniiiiKMion'tt iiiteriiioiintairi rale or
deta recenilv susiaioe.l l the rtl-
plelne cooit, baa been lolMinced to
r I, to enable the railroad to
mpile and publish the larlll o
be put n 1 1. ellecl.
Mmhl inodiiieatiou of the xone
boiiiolaiv lines I He. I In the original
order have been made to make the
ii'iii-H oil duiuniial I nil lie from the
Lake Superior realm, to th South
I'.icilli- i.niii, nml Horn tlalveston to
the N'orih I'a. ifl.- coast, conform to
the xonr already Inc.! in turifl ap
plicable to class ratca.
At a hearing early In intober the
railroads will bu alTonleil up oppor
tunity to ilii.w that on certain arti
cle whli h lake u through rate lo the
1'iiclfic ioiit of tl or lea for car
load and ti or e for lea than
carlondn. greater relief ought to b
grained. Thl truffle I heavy, but
out of the shipment, much of which
I now carried by w.ii from the At
lantic to the 1'uciric. The carrier In
term have agreed to abide by the
conclusion,, of the commission on
that hearing by January I.
Some article are excepted from
the operation of the long and short
haul provision of I he. law after
tuber 1 a follows:
. Sulphate of aiiirrioiiln. chloride and
carbide of calcium, canned fruit
corn, meals, inini i ineul, tomatoc.
green entree, cotton piece good, hard
ware and tools, pig hon, structural
iron, Iron fence, Iron post, Iron pipe,
wile fen. inn. paints, paper, rice,
radiators. Sectional boiler, pig and
slab tin and Insulated copper wire.
itrtifluH will take ft higher
InlermediutM nolnu. Mian i.i
Pacific coast terminals, chiefly br
ibe water competition tn
EVIL LUCK ON TRAIL
OF PEDRO VALDEZ
Entire Family Lost Lives In
Ludlow Tent Colony Fire
and Pedro is Now Dying
from Bullet Wound.
fly h-wil Wire) lo r.veitlMa; llerahl.
Tiinidail. folo . . July ll. pi'dro
Vabb. a 'inker, who., etilire fam
ily, coiisistinu of Ins wife and three
liildieii, pel ndie.l 111 the fire at the
l.iiilb.w tent colony following the
bailie of April :'". ;c lit Ihe hospital
here, near dealli from a bullet wound
fll'IVI'll lale yealeldllV When he WM
shot I v Vin. en.lo Mai tonrnno, a
truck farmer at 'ial.la I'laxa. who
believed, he declare. that VllldeX
was KniiiK to I-1 ope with Ilia daughter.
Vuidex Ih not xjii i teil to recover.
Seven Thousand Anarchists Gather in Union Square, New
York, Today, to Hear Alexander Berkman, Anarchist
Preach the Doctrine of the Bomb. Red Badge of Terror
Decorates Speaker's Stand and Banners of Army of Dest
Illy 14-nsetJ vtrc fo nwrnint Herald.
New Yolk, July 11. Seven thou
sand prison. plofesee.1 anarchists,
s.uiie itu'iiihei of the Industrial
Workers of the World, the F'rec,
Spee. h league and kindred orKunnta
tions, ati.l Nome metely curious, gath
ered III I'nloii S.piure this afternoon
f..r a demoiiKtriil iuii In -r.em.iry of
the three men killed in the bomb ex
plosion of July 4. The uhe of the
victim, were not ehil.H. -d m urn,
the mayor having forbidden it.
Seven hundred police surrounded
M'piarn oefoio the aetvue were
l.eu'in. Thetv wa 110 immediate til
or.br. Alexander J'.erkinun, Anarchist, was
Ihe tlrat sissuker. Hu spoke from u
aland decorated with anarchistic red
and the mourning black. He lied u
red and I lack band 011 hi alio and
a red curitrti ion pinned to hi coat.
Sui loumluiv; the i.tnd Wt ie banner
German Steamship Goes
Ashore on Coast of Argen
tina and Lives of 257 Fas
senders are Threatened.
CARRIED TO SAFETY
Coastal Steamer Driven Ashore
by Ice Sinks Rapidly Off
the Coast of Labrador. Res
cued with Difficulty.
til j Iiman Wire t Crmlnc Herald. 1
0 lluenoe Aire. Argentina, July
II. The Herman steamship
M.'n.l.xa went ashore today In a
fog off Megote Point on the
Argentine cout. She hag 117
people on board. Including laa-
enger and crew, and tele-
graph by wlrcles that her pu-
Hlllon I dangerous.
The Argentine gunboat Pntrl end
two tug have none to the aiwlatanee
or th Mendoxa. which la lying about
lve miles to the aouth of Cap t'or
riciito, where there are many sunk
en rock near the ahnre.
The Mendoxa, a. Veaael of J. 15
tons net. belonging tu the Hamburg
South American Steamship company,
wa built In 1"!4.
am, pwsF;f.h. takkn
tFF IWF.KMOItK 1M RAFFTT
St. John's, N. F., Julv 11. All pal.
annger on the coastal aleemer tn
vermore. which struck on the rock
near Hrlg Harbor Point, on the
brador coast, last night, were landed
nafctly today. Menage received
here from the cen of the wreck
said that the steamer filled rapidly
after striking and waa today resting
on the rocks with only her top deck
The Invermore struck while try
ing tu nvold the heavy Ice north of
the atriilt of ltolle lale. She left here
July 4 to go a fur rjorth aa the lc"
owibl permit. She curried at heavy
frelghl and many piuuuingers, most of
them Labrador flHlurnun and plant
ers who were bound north for the
The st'iitmhlp Kyle, with divers
ami wrecking gear, waa aent tmm,
lore for lirig Harbor today, aa the
oftlcer of the Invermore believed
that there wna some hope of refloat
ing the VeHHel.
ling Harbor Point la on the north,
side of Hamilton Inlet, a little snutl
of the 5Mh parallel of latilinWi and
about nille north of llelle le.
It I on desolate stretch or rock
bound coast, peopled only by e few
s.i.Hered faniilli' of fishermen.
The Invermore, formerly called
the liromedary, t nwned by the Held
I Sho wa bu
' Is 2'iU feet
New'foiind'und Hallway company.
ullt nt tilusgow in ll end
In red nml black. One pro-
and Herg did not
die 111 vain."
Ilerkmaii launched Into a bitter
attack 011 John L. lto kefelier.
"TliMf men have been murdered
bv 1 be jtent of the 1 uplt illHti.l
ciowd.'' ho said "If so John II.
Itocl en tier I responsible for tbrir
death. lie ha committed many
murder and would not stop at this.
1 r maybe th men were tnurjered,
bociiim. .if th'ir loyally. They were
either victims of a murder (dot oj
urciuart) r to the cause of liberty.
"I hope they were martvra and
Were killed by a bomb they expected
to u sc., mum the enemle of labor.
We are now ready to resort to phys
ical force. We will get our rlghte by
bloodshed We are advancing to
ward a revolution.'
Trie crowd ehred Herkman'e re
marks and when he concluded gave
I hi t
cheers for the dead men,