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A Whole Block of New Easiness Buildings at One Crack Is Going Some; Even for Albuquerque.
have waited to re
pair the railroad.
The motorcade in
Santa Fe. Get your
car in the picture.
at. . No. M.
ALlUQTTESdUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914.
TUB KVFVTSO ITITRAIJI
(!. 4. M. no.
I 1 E i I
ovisional President not
Among Official Refugees at
Vera Cruz Although Skids
are Greased for Quick Get
&0LE WEST COAST IS
'URRYING TO GET RIGHT
hoiesale Desertions to Con
stitutionalist Cause Give
Rebels Complete Control of
Entire Pacific Territory.
HLOMACY STRIVING TO
BLOCK WAR IN CITY
w Hoped that Plan May be
Devised by Which Govern
ment May be Turned Over
Without Actual Fighting
Iv I .rased Wire in Evening Herald.
Mi-lbii 4 Hy. July II. rn.vl
a.nal IYrlih-nt llmita's fnnillr.
niiirdlitg. ivnh-i rrrt anvil In
lit. canlta!. Im i'liievrtrtl I ii leat
or era 4 rwa mnjihiUuu today.
aslilngton. July 1 1. l-ale- to-
V Hit le ib-parl merit re
cited) advbc lluii lluvrla' re-
V nation wa tvrtain within
sey or au. llu tils)MMl after .
iiiftntiv lM-ttirn fwt-ritarjr
3 u y an ami Nliil-l.-r Miarra of
AVasliliikHm. July 1 1. h-i.
rat llucrla was not nunit llm
igh nfll. mI Mexb-an rcfugi-a
tiling trm rra twb on llw
u-r I "Imhiim1. uii-ontttig l t'arly
Ispenvlm. Kxtay (nail ImomvuI
un-tim. Tlw Inditing of tlie
imt ami Use iMirrMtl nilr of
railroad lo Mrvli-u 4 II y Itml
.'il taken an au IwllralHiii I hut
h. itb lalor aaa alaou lo II.
lilt A.Mfo lc l lnia, liva
mis, imtIiI MoIm-iio ami I Men
ial Maaa, all of lila iillb-tal tam-
r. wl; sailed un Um I k.im.
MtT l.ltl sVi SKIIH
Mill KSV I.ITUHV
Viishington. July 14. Iluerta'a
.;niit"ifi momentarily wui expect
iii Mriku Illy todoy. otttctal
oinullc dispab -lira from the fed-
I capital plated the dictator prob-
would iilt il mwi and turn
r hla MiimliilHtralliiii to hla nw
iKn minister, Krutu ipcu Carbajal.
cr today or Wedneaday.
vidcm-e tliul Huerta wua prrpar
an avenue of exit after hla audi
on was seen In tha Work of re
itm through rail communication
Mexico city and Vi-ra Crux,
he rhicf engineer of I he Mexican
roud waa pent from Ihc capital
I ' T T I T 1 PROVE
rvant, Reported at Kidnapped Following Shooting,
Said to have Made Sensational Disclosure to Grand Jury
Today. Mrs. Carman Makes Plea that Judgment be
Suspended Until She Has Chance to Prove Her Inno-
Incola. N. V., July 14. A aenaa
u atalement of Ihe movement!
Mr. Florence. Carman on lh
t of the murder of Mra. Ixmiae
ey al Kreepc.it la said In huve
i made lo the krand jury here
afternoon by ( ilu Coleman,
iniiul nmpbiyed by the Carmana,
. haa been il at and reported
inpied for aeverul d y.
rcoi'diiiif to her atalement, made
He by a private detective agency
doved by Ihe dlatrict attorney,
. Carman, Immediately ufter the
Una ran Into Ihe hoUeA from the
Ide. ran Ihrounh the kitchen and
ed upaialia. The detective aaen
(1 announced that the Coleman
iuii hud been under their aurvell
e duritiK Ihe lime that ahe waa
iithl to have been kidnapped,
le Coleman womun waa tnk.'ii
re the itriind Jury linmedlutvly
r her ullcKed alalciiieut a
persi.nully lo supervise Ihn rpalrln
of Din gap In thn Una near lh I'naat.
Iliifrlii. u man aaid, niKhl uaa 'he
nuiiri for hla dcpurlurv.
Tin. railway wna lorn up after the
ore dilution of Vera t'ru.
With a crlala Iniinlnrnl American
ol Hi In la and rnvo of th Houth
Aiiicrlran rrpulilii a vre umlrliiK In
tli.ir rfforta In brim ahnul n tranal
lion of power In Mpilrn I'lty wllhoul
fiw t her aiiirlflra of life.
t'arrnnan, ronatltutlonalll chief.
In notlfylna the I'nlted Hlalea that
he would not Kinrtlon any conference
with reprrat-ntatlvea of lluerta "
draft peace lerma. deilured the un
conditional aurrender of th author
lllea In Mexico City today wna fha
lily I hi naT he would accept. He anld
he could live ample aexurancea for
the Kunruntee of life and property.
While WaahltiKlon offlclala have
inillcuted they would take no alepn
lo Interfere with the revolution, et
I lie conalitutloiialiHla have been noti
fied that rpcoitniKon would not be
extended If exceeaea murl id their
entrance Into Mexico flty.
"ue pl.in aiiKxeated for tranafe of
power to the coiialltutionullata wan
the rraianatlon of the adminlatratiuu
I hut aucceeded lluerlii, luavlnif police
pow..r over Iba rupltal In the hutida
of local minor authoritiea. Memltera
of the revolutionary Jiuitu In Wuah
iliKlon. who made the auaacelion.
wild that If that rourae were puraued,
Carranxa could then enter the capi
tal and aaaume control, avoiding any
recoKtiilion of llucrta that mlxht he
Implied by acceptance of ex-cutlve
power directly from him or a mln
lalur aucceedinic him.
'llll.A MDVU Ills
C.I'ITAL TO MoXTi:itF.V
Waahlnslon. July M. Keporta
from t oiiaiiliir Aacnt Purothera aay
Ciirranxa hna moved hla provialonal
raiiltal to Monterey from Hullillo.
kI'i:ctki Ai-i'Kwi i: or
n.YIl I'laMM NT l'AIIi
Vera t'rux. July 14. Army and
navy oflli'iala who Journeyed ti; the
Hup In the railway line today In the
belief that ilenerul Huerta wua a
paaaenRer on the morning train were
A force of Inborera ! at the Mex
ican aide of the Rap. ready to repjiir
it. but actual work anaita apeciflc
ordera from the raplial. It la an
nulled that the order will be received
.fore nlxhl. Colonel Ijtinxa. Mex
ican commander lit the an p. mild he
believed the delay wua ncraeloned by
an endeavor tn aet an agrceineiit
from the Americana not to uee the
itnp, when repaired, for military pur
poac-a. 11 had no ofllcul luformu
tlon lo that effect, however.
AMKIUCAV 1IKI.II I'ltlNIINKH
- 11V t Altlt. s (IIIDKU
Bin Antonio, Tex., July 14. Man
uel Trevlno. an American cltUen and
manager and part owner of the elec
tric Hunt plant at Matamoraa, Mex
ico, haa been m rented h ronatilu
lionallala churned with having com
mitted ai'ta attuinal the conalitution
a lint cauae, accordluK to a dlKpiitch
from Matiimoraa. Aa a remit of Tre.
vino a arreat the rlectrle liuhl plant
la Inoperative and the town la In
darkneaa. The Matamoraa authori
tiea huve reiieuated J. II. Johnfon,
the I'nlted Htiitea ronaul. to huve up
pointed another manager for the
4ST1TI TIVI ISTH SWKIT
MKXICAN WK.ST 4AsT
n Hoard I'. H. . California. Mn
(atbin, Mealeo, July 1, by Wireleaa
lo San lUein.enly 14. The conatltu.
lionallala are aeeiln the i'licifif
coaxt of Mexico. Kvacuailona, occu
pation. armlHticea and the exchnnae
of priaonera are everywhere reported
to Iteur Admiral Howard, cunimund
Ini the American I'aiiflc fleet, and
the Indlcatloiia are Hint within k
week Ihe federala will Im in poaara
aion of nnly Mauitbin and Xallnn
Crua, aniona the Important garrlaon
At Kama Jtujuillo, a mlninc poet
on the outer 'nam of lower Callfor-
( outiniHMl on ac t.)
While the (rand Jury waa In aea
alon a atalement wua Rlrn out by
Mra. Curmuu throuati her attorney,
lieorge Ivy. Hhe auld In part:
"I uak ti)iit JudKmenl be auapend
ed until the entire trutti in regard to
the murder of poor Mra. Itailey he-romi-a
known. I am eutiaficd Ihut
the truth will come out and when I
am free Ir. Corinnn and inywlf will
never real until the anauueln of Mra.
Ilnlley la found.
"Thia terrible ptinlehment haa been
meted out lo me for the auaplcluu
I permitted to crowd out the love I
held for my huaband. My little baby
haa been ant to the home of
etrangera. My mother la lying- at the
point of deuih. I am InniM-enl and
can-mt undrraland why every! hint
wild about me haa lieen ao dlatorti'd.
All I want la fair play.
'Hi III. comfort la lo be gleaned
from m ypoeitlon, for my hiiauand
and I love each other mora than
Brotherhood Vote is 87 per
cent and Fireman 99 per
cent for Walkout Unless De
mands are Agreed to.
CRISIS AT HAND IN
LONG STANDING DISPUTE
Fifty Five Thousand Men, 98
Western Roads and 148,000
Miles of Track Involved in
Stupendous Labor Argu
ment. Ily Ijenard Wire to Kvcnlnf Herald.)
CliKano, July 1 1. (iircitita.
liven of 9i.'i,inni ciiitiiHi-m ami
fln-tiM-n im nioi'l) -cliilil MiKtcrn
railroads Haluy ilcitared tluit
llH-y world not at-pt ai bit ration
of tlx-lr uo dlifcicm -i under
tin- rliiuiii ail. Inn would cmi
tlnuei ncxollalliioa wllli lli'ir -lu-riocra.
It aa il-w aomiuietl that Hm
flrnM-ti and i-iiieIimmsm Iui.I iHimI
almoNt unanimously n lavor of a
atrlkc alioiild tlM'lr nifiiint la
rcfuMi'd by iIm lallroa.U. i
It waa annooiHiil by V. M. Car.
lor fiaf Hie niajoM' llial llu
vote) of IIm llnHlMiiiiKMl of !
cmiiHIie I'liitttiM-ertt waa tl.'il
M-r ifiit In fator of a airiko ami
1 1 ml iltc ioic of Uh HrotlicelHMHl
of iHin)uillte llrcnH-ii and l-'.n-kIimuh'II
waa .J wr teni u fa.
vor of airlkr.
IHH 11 l. AltlUTH TIO
wii.i, mi: itinn
The nnnouncetnent thai federal
erbltrntlon would be de- lined a n
alter a meetlna attended by the con-
. ferelice committee of Ihe general
I manual ra of the rallroada and rcpre
! aentntive of the employee,
j The railroad maiax.ra were ln
, formed by W. . Hione, head of the
I llrotherhood of f.ocomottve Knlll-
neera. and W. H. Carter, preaidetil ol
ine iiroinernoou 01 iiriiimnnr n
mm and Knulnemen, of the reault ol
the ulnae vote. Vuriotia tihunea ol
Ihe dlfferencea between the men mill
the railromla were d!cin-aed before
the conference adjourned. A Joint
committee of the two orKanixutiona
of employea will illaeuaa the aituatlon
Ihla afletnoon oni" It la expected that
there will be n further ronferelice
with the general mammera' commit
Hefuaal lo accept federal nrhit ra
tion waa honed by the brotherhood
on Ihe contention that Ihe rall.oud"
would not be oound by Ihe result ol
urn arbitration, tin thla point an
offl.lal aintenienj given out by Car
"On the auppoalllon that the fed
eral board of arbitration and concil
iation will propoae arbitration aa dir
ected by the preaent federal luw the
eimlnemen will neceaanrlly reject
any propoailion t" arbitrate beeuuae
In all recent arbltrationa rallroada
have repudiated arbitration awarda
and huve not been bound thereby."
Home of the principal re(ueal
made by Ihe employea of the rouda
Increaaea In Ihe ratee of pn of
rneineeri and firemen in all claaaea
Tha: Ihe number of hotira nftet
i which mertlme UI be paid "
frelRht aervlce he reduced from 1"
to I houra and In paaacnger aervlce
fnm H to R houra.
Thoi overtime ba ralaed to a baalr
of lime and a half In freight aervlce
and double tl.Tie In paaaenger ar
vlce. That engineer and firemen be PlJ
an arbitrary Ji) mlnutea preparatory
time for each trip Ineteud of comput
Ing aervlce rontlnuoualy from actual
time of reporting for duty.
That allowancea e made for ler
mlnul deluv In addition tn payment
for the inllea or the hour of the
Tha't different lain paid for runnlnx
Mallet enxlnea be Increaacd.
That Ihe differenliala net ween lo
re! and through freight aervlce be
That two firemen be employed on
large coal-burning etiglnea regardleaa
of Ihe rh'-.arter or length of the
tun, the tonnage hauled or Ihe work
, required of the firemen.
According to Ihe Conference com
mittee of manaxera representing the
rallroada compliance with Ihe re
gueeta of Ihe employe! would Increane
Ihe parnlla of the rnada more Ihun
! 13, 0U0. Olio or approximately t0 pel
cent. The reiiiet of the employea
rovera a general revlalon of Ihe rulea
I The negoitntiona coiiliuiied nearly
three nioutha prior lu June 1 when
1he conferenceg were atiapendi A pend
ing the Inking of the vote of l eni-
j ployea on the queatlon of a airle.
A. TS . Trenhoin, general naiiaaer
of the Chli oRo. Ht. I'aul, Mlnul ipolln
ft Omuhit, (haltm.in of the infer-em-e
committee of the railway tnan
nitera, mid that Ihe next move In the
negotiation waa up to the employe-.
He anld the general mnmiKera' ion.
mlltee would awult a formal atale
ment of the prenenl re(iieta of the
emplmea and official notification ol
Ihe etrlke vote. He declined In dial-UK
the announced refuaal of tin
employee to accept poaalblc federal
arbitration and ..old thai no definite
time had been act for another con
ference. 1 ITIMVtTM TO III-'.
l-ltKM-.M r.ll TO lt ll.ltOIIN
Chicago, July 14. An ultimatum
In Ihe wage dlapute between the
r. r.,0110 englneera and firemen of Ibc
nlnety-eiKht rallroada went of 'Id
ea ko and their e:nployea wna a"bed
tiled In be preaetited todny to Hie
mnnaKement of the rouda. A gigan
tic atrlke which Mill tie up MX. "Oil
mile of road I Imminent unlet :in
agreement la reai bed, accordinr 10
the union official.
The ultimatum. II waa announced,
contained the elutement that per
cent of the men had voted lo aln'te
Utile their ilernanda were acceded
Counting of Ihe etrike referendum
ballot haa Juki been completed.
The next move I up lo the road.
It may lake the form of nil iipihuI
In Ihe federal department of Uilmt
Virtually all llnea weal of Chicago.
the llllnol Central, and line in Can
ada went of Fort William, except the
Canadian Urand Trunk PaclfU, un
affected. Warren R Htone, gram! chief engi
neer of the Urotherhood of IjumnKi
live MtiRlncer. and W. 8. Carter,
t realdent of the Urotherhood of I"
comollve Firemen and Knglneno-nt
mcl the genera manager' committee
of the rallroada today.
A. W. Trenholm, general manage!
of the Chicago, 81. I'uul. Mlnticaioll
A Omaha railway, chulrmun of Ihe
manager' committee, and other
no-in, .era of the committee Mere
Grand Lodge Elects California
Man by Acclimation. List
of Grand Lodge Elective Of
ficers. Seattle Loses Out.
fly ltuMl Wire to rrcntnf Ileralil.
lHtivcr, IVdo.. July II. Ia
Aiuo-Iim waa Mdc-ted a I Ik- iii
ctiiUii illy fir ,tlw ll re
union of the IW'iiovidciit and l'ne
lictle Orik-r of Uk Into ibi.
Denver, July 14. ll.iymond
ltenjumin. of Napa. I'al., wua
elected grand exulted ruler of
the llelievolenl and I'rote.llve
order of Kikg today by uc l.ima-
other offlivera elected were:
(Ira ii. I loyal knight. K. M. lM'-U-
eron, Tucaon, Arlx.; grand b-c-
luring knight, W. F. S. bad. Mil-
waukre; grand aei retary, Fred-
erli k C. Kobinaon, Iiubu.iie, la.;
grand Ireuaurer, Cliarle A,
While, Chicago; grand Inner
guard. Thontue C. lion.hue. New
London, Conn.: grand trustee,
Cal KlngHlev. Wuterloo. la.
Seattle Imcm Out.
Hcattle today practically b.al lt
cnnteal for the 1U reunion of the
Henev.dent and Protective Order ol
Klka when Ihe grand lodire over
whelmlngly voted lo meet the week
of July 12, thereby retectlnn n pro
poanl lo meet In the Waahlngton city
Ihe week of July 4.
The propoanl waa made that Ihe
Klka' reunion might not cmfll t with
Ihe gathering of Khrlnera acbeduted
for feattle the week of .InlV 12.
Thereupon began n lively coni.l f.it
the Klka 1 1 & meeting with An
gelea. lluffalo and Halt Ijike City ap
The report of Orand Ke.-retary
Fred C, Itoblnaon lo the grand lodge
ahowed thai eleven new lode. hod
been Inatltuted In the laat year: that
Ihe mcmberxhip totalled 4i!,i;. a
net Increaae of ga.Sna for the twelve
month, and that the net aeta of
the au'inrdlnote lodgea agureguled
tlrand Fxulted Tluler Fdward
I-nch In hi report urged action
agalnat Ihe tendency of acme 'ibor
dlnute lodgea In erecting cluldioti-ee
beyond Ir.elr financial reaoune He
ruggealed change lo prevent lodgea
In local option rn-nmunltle' from
developing Ihe "club" feature t.i an
extent that It might become a (lib
terfuge for Billing Ibiuor.
I'lill.'ta for grand leading knight
and grand tiler were being counted
at t ii o'clock.
lrrtarinc Tor Hrblal Couphv.
OvNter flay. N. T., July II-
Colonel Ilooaevelt apent a.-veral
houra today arranging for a recep
tion for hla oi l.'ermlt and brida,
who are expected here In a dav or
two. Old friend among Ihe vlllag
era will be bidden In meet the oung
Sensational Report of Inter
state Commerce Commission
Dominates Debate Today in
Dissolution of the New Eng
land Railway Monopoly
First Object in View. Pun
ishment to Come Later.
(Ily Ix-acil Wire to iCvcnlng e.-ral.l.1
WunhlnKton, July 14. With II un
meUHiired denunciation of the "in.'l
tldlllilliilratlon" ol New Haven 1 1 1 -en.
t.il urr.ifr and "i ri niiuil negli
Kel(e' of director, iho liileralu'e
coinmrrce coininliu.lon'a aeiiHiitlonal
reiaiii on lt Invcatigatlon of the
New I'liKl.md railroad lima v.n tu-
day before the acnutc cnmmlltee
vvirklng to frame lcgiidatioii for con
trol of railroad finiuu Dig. Interlock
ing directorate nnd other Hubjei-t
concerned in the InveHiigulioii.
Adnii:iiatratnn aupporlera declared
that muny of the recommendation of
Ihe commianion agreed p. fleet ,y wilh
portioiia of I'repident Wilaou truat
The next atep In New Haven af
fair, however, waa expected from Ihe
department of Jualice. Apart from
alleged violation of law of at a I en
ii nd liability of the New lluvcn'e dir
ector, over wf.rth Attorney (lencral
McKeynold ha nid the federal
KiBtute have no cmirol. the depart
ment wua concerned chiefly in Iho
commlaelon'a fimla I lint all the act
charucterlxed u "corrupt und unlaw-
fill'' were for the purpoae of elting
up a monopoly In violation of the
The depu.tment of JiiMtlce hit tak
en that view In Ita dlKaolution enlt
agaltiMt Ihe New Haven ayate-n.
which probably will be filed within
the next few (lay, unit' the nillroid
official revi rse their aliunde and
accept Ihe term of peaceful (IInnoIu
tlon. The poaidhtlity of any criminal
n.-t being In violation of federal
law waa nelng co:ialdered by the de
partment, but that phue of the cue
ia apart from the diumdut ion pro. ced
ing. Cert if l " ropiea of li-Mlniony and
eib.MlK of evldeino gathered by the
cnnindaHlon'a c.niilm r were on
their way by reKlMlered mail to dis
trict attorney In varioiia Jiirindiclion
In New York, Connecticut und Itho.le
Inlnnd. In which New Haven lran
actiona were carried out. The testi
mony and exhiblta relate to am h act
aa the ciinimlmlun ba cha racterir.ed
aa unlawful but on which Ihe plate
offlier. If any, mum uct.
New Haven affair were brought
up In the aenate during n "propper
lly" debate between Heiuitor liallin
ger. 1 1.' 1 1 ll lil l ii ti, und Senator ThomuH.
Iiemocrut. The Itel uldi.au aenutor
read n I'llpplng telling of llw din
charge of h ip hand In . Wilmington,
Iiel., anil Ihe Democratic aenutor i
lorteil that hla colleague mlL-lit le
mere Poll. It Ion of thoee who had
Buffered In New Haven operal lona ail
dlP.'lopeil by the lnterlate commerif.
commi"ion' report. Henutor Tlionia
lUoted from Ihe bile J. f'icrponl Mot -li.m'
will, the word i:i which the
dead financier committed "my poiil
tu the hand of my Maker." "That
will i a fitting companion pice lo
the commllo-' report," lolulicled
MOIt; IS MI.I.NT
Tlll; COIMIMII'M Itl ltllll
New Yotk. July 1 1 While J. I'.
Morgan r Company consiateiitly re
fined to discus Ihe report of thu in
lerstute cumtner.e comiiiisalon c
verely censuring Ihe dln-.tors under
Ihe mlminiBtralion of Charb-a H. Mcl
bn. for "recklesa utul profligate" fin
ancial operation. eKtimated la have
cost ptocklioldera from .kmi. inui lo
tuu.tiiiu.nito, J. 1. Morgan himxel!
ri.iue the charge that Ihe coinmia
slon'a examiner were not accorded
full access to Ihe firm's nook b.or
Ing on the New Haven.
Correspondence made public at
Washington lold el Cicoinlwloner
McChord'a directing the chief exam
iner lo cense the Work ua It "a
Late lust night Mr. Morgan Issued
thia statement In reply:
"Th Information with regard 'o
the withdrawal of Ihe Interalale com
mtn. eoimnsioner'a exumlner from
jibe exa inlnutlon of the books of oui
I firm ia the first Intimation that I
have had lhat they nave ". n re
called." The New II even aitn.ttion la now
nut of the hand of Ihe Interstate
rummer, e commlti n and h.i ac
tion, if any. ia taken on the t n-
liieiidiitton that Ihe dire -lor w ill Im
ploMei iited, lie with the ilepat l no til
of J nei I m ami iliMiriit nttrne in
the atalva in wbli h lliu ayaieui ha
I'roaiH'Ut lug nttorneva lit New York.
lloHton, Hartford, New Haven. New
London and oim-r polnta had re
ceived no coplea of the evidence to
day. It I uiiderfltood, however, that
topic nrn on tile wv. Iiitri't At
torney Whitman, who hua been in
Nrn port, wua expected here today.
iif"toi and former lre tor ol
the road generally bine refued lo
diNriiaM the comtiiiKHion'a report. Mr.
Mi lien, however, tiader who., iidmlii
iHlralion the nlleaed ail comlained
of Were i o niuitteil. branded It a "u
report of ii political tribunal made
for iMililiriil put poaep."
The full board of the preaent New
Haven dirertora I lo meet In Ne
Yoik on Tliurxduy. At that lime
dome alatemetit liearlng on Ihe
ihargeN niuy be luil.
WIIITMW Will. MIOSI-.4-I TI-:
ir i:iih.mi: waiiiiwts
New Yoik. July 14 lijetrlct At
torney Wbiimati reiiihcd hi office
Miorlly before It o'i loi k and iKNtlcd
"When thee paper, relative to Ihe
N'e.v lbnen. reach thin olfb-e tiny
will be i lonely . Tiillnl.i d and If we
have any reason to thiik that any
crime of any kind haa been commit-1
!id by my peraon connected with
the New Haven railroad or lla tnnii
ai;emetit In tin county, an Indict
ment will follow, no matter who the
peraon may be."
Splendid Tribute to Presid:nt
Wilson and Democratic Con
gress in Meeting of Wiscon
t Ily 1raa"d Wrrw to rrveninc llaralil. i
Milwaukee, Wia., July 14 A vlg
orotip defenw of the .admlniatrnllon
of I'reaident Wllaon, n aevera ar
raignment of the Itepublli-un admin
lt rat Ion of WiMcnnKin. and a plea for
purly harmony churacterliu-d the
epeech of Calvin Stewart of Kcnofh.i.
temporary chulrmun of .he confer
ence of Wiaconaln lemocruta here
today. Itcterrlng tn Ihe national a I
minlHtralion he auld In part:
"Hut little more than one year h.i
panned an eventful year. trying
year, fruitful year, hut time enough
lo try out the temper and metal of
thla admiiitxtrittloii. Nearly every
pledge of our platform baa been
"The tariff hua been revlaed and
aiiliHtantiully reduced, anil already
the bunine of the country I being
udliiNteil to the change."
The epeuker touched on the fed
eral Income tax, paying. Capital I
bent able to pay t ixe on itself "
The new currency meueure wu
The prepldent'a aland on the Mex-
l.-un pitualliin and Ihe Can una canal
loll meaaure cume in for nig).
I ssssseessswsssMsssesssA s ewevf
WHITE HOUSE CONFEKE MAY
FIX COiFHTl MEASURES
Leaders of Contending Factions in House and Senate to
Meet with President Tonight in Hope that Kinks in
Pending Bills May be Ironed Out and Legislation
Sought by Conservationists Put Through this Session.
(Ily lirwaod Wire lo F-vening Herald.
Washington, July 14 iVnserva
tionista in emigres looked forward
with interest tmlay lo the t -oufer.-iic
Mill. Ii had been arranged to tie held
lit the While House tonight whi-u el
lolls ure to be made to smootn nt
dillcrence over pending eonacrvui 1 ui
legislation. President Wilson, in. li bel
s uf Ihe cabinet and mcmlieii of
tti,i house planned lu consider
piliding Adaiiiaoii general dam bill.
The bill ia deatgucd tu Poom n ivi
giition on what are now, n Ihe -ivi
gregute, thoiisHiids of miles of uh'nlv
Htreiiius with possibilities of povvei
deveoineiit atttaitlve In privain
i npllal. tun j'rai tii ally prohibitive t
the goyerniu. nt I" iiiidertakeu lo pro.
mole nuvigidion out).
Thu plan ia to gtunl pernios f t
IKiy-year periods, for private 'jti
structlon of dams and locks ao ax I
provide heads of Wuter ..r geneiu
lion of power anil h dro-p!:-;trl itv
for power purposea for communities
needing light, fuel and p"wvr lor
manufacturing and other purpoaea.
I'ict.Hlent Wilson is taking rons. t
eralile Interest In the Aduiilfon bill
and ao are he. ret a I leu l.uue uf the
intrrlor deai Imeiit and Harrison f
the War dciuirtmeul. both of w Im Ii
departments would have Jarlsde tl.'"
over respective details of the JiloJ.. is
under the bill.
Those who expected lo confer with
them included iH-inuci.itlc Leuder
W BY A
Senators Tell President Fed
eral Reserve Board Nominee
will be Confirmed by From
Five to Ten Majority.
NEXT ON FIGHT PROGRAM
Trust Bills Strike Another
Snag When Committees Dis
agree on Extent Regulation
of Railway Securities Is
sues Should go.
Ily I -cared Wire lo tTvenlng? Tterald.
Waxh. nylon, July 1 4. -Administration
senator, after a canvaaa today,
lecorted tn the White bullae that
I'rcviuent WllPon'a nomination ot
Tin. man D. Jonea, of Chicago, tn the
federal reserve board would be con
firmed by a majority ranging from
five in ien.
There were no development In I h!
nomination of Paul M. Warburg of
New York. Indication were lhat the
White houe would not begin the
fight rr hie confirmation unlll al
ter Mr. Jonea had been placed.
The fight on Jones waa carried In
to the aenate by Acting Chairman
Hitchcock of the banking committee,
leading the opposition, because ol
June' ronnec'.lona with the ao-cullcd
nine and harveater Iruata. With ad
ininlatrallon pupportrre predicting a
victory, the fight went on behind
40MMITTKKH V l ITK
TIll'Kt HIM IW or
Washington, July 14. Administra
tion trust billa at ruck another anal
In penute com-nHtee today. Tha In
terstate commerce committee wax un
able to agree whether the railroad
aectirlllea bill phoiild merely provide
for aupervlalon of the Issue of atiu'ka
and bonds, or go further and regu
late for what purpoaea funda could
The Judiciary committee apent aer
ernl hour discussing constitutional
lueptlnna of the Clayton omnioua
Prospects of a Joint aeaaion of lh
two committeea to work out a gen
eral program for embodiment Into
one bill were said In hm good.
Iioi si; ;it Kfi u.Y Acni KH
TO Mll,Kic: I'lKKillAM
Washington. July 14. Hy n vote ol
11.' to the house u.iandoned Ita
program of "mileage reform." and
agreed with Ihe senate to retain tha
present mileage allowance i t twenty
cent a a mile each way, each elon.
for s.-nator nnd reprenenlutiveg
I'liderwood, Representative Ferrla
of oklahoinu and Leiiroot of Wlacon.
sin. represeniliig the public lunda
cummiltee, und I'eproacntuttvea Ad
umsoti. (ieorgiiu and Htevens, Minne
sota. reiireM-iitiiig the Interstate com
Itepresciil.itlve i'errU and other
opIi.MwMia ( Ike bill In Ita present
shape, with whom rvclitury Lana
is understood to be aligned, say the
lull might leave n loophole for grant
of perpetual righta to private capital.
Tlua auction, the especial buguuoO
of tlie conservationists, provides;
."All provision In Ihia act con
tained jixoia coiidltidii upon sxhlcli
the consent of congrvs I grume I
for Ihe construction of dam ahull
apply alike lo all rx:ting eiiteiprinea
in operation or authorised aa wall aa
to new projects to which Ihe roitseiit
of congress niay hereafter be grant
ed. All conllictlng provisions con
tained In Hiiy uct of vongreaa, grant
ing consent to Ihe construct urn of
any dam, are hereby repealed and all
such previous authorisations are au
tillered, a Blended and modified here
by aa to conform t all of Ihe condi
tion and provisions Incur po.ated tn
Thla I what Ihev contend to b
a Joker that should lie chungeU to
avoid uprooting great Irrigation wcrk
enterprises. The framera uf the bill
deny Ihut it la puggraliva r.f aay au. o