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The County Road Board Says Your $3. Road Tax Will Go Where It Belongs This Year
hundred million dollars ii
a pretty fair little tteal
even for the New Haven
itands for the hole into
which Republican party
harmony has disappeared.
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
Vol. If. No. .
AttUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914.
TWELVE PAGES TODAY
Tiita EVF.tfi iinuin
ViU 4. N. Ill,
BELIEVED EI IF LOIIC PERIOD
OF BLOODSHED IS AT HID III
SPUTTERED MEMI REPUBLIC
United States Continues Vigorous Effort to Force Carranza
to Take Possession of Government by Diplomatic Means
and to Declare General Amnesty in favor of Huerta Sup
porters and Oppressed Clergy.
Moheno, Federal Minister of France, Predicts Short Shrift
for Constitutionalist Government and Declares With
in Ninety Days Huerta will be Most Popular Man in
Mexico. Text of the Guardalupe Pact.
WashlnKton. July 17. Thi I'nited.
Flute continued t.icl.iy in exert It
Inriuciit, with ilencrul Carrania I')
brln aliul an Immediate cessation
fit hostllitie nml an aitrccmcnt with
the Cmbnlnl fnvcrnmcut fur the
peaceful transfer 'f power nl Mex
ico City to the consiltutioniillit.
Johi It. Bllllmun, personal repr
eontative of president Wilson with
farranKA, rw'flvnl further Instruc
tion urmn- him to Impress upon the
constitutionalist chief the ndvisiihil
Ity .f Riving guarantee tr tho pro.
lection .f tho live nnrl propt rty ol
those who hurl auppoi ted thi Huerta
government. Hostile endeavoring to
obtain a general atnr.'iy. n innMi
tiitiona on behalf of tho clergy In
Mexico now in disfavor with tho con
stlliitionullala havo leon mailc by Mr.
Jooo Cnstrllnt, representative hero
of FraiclRco t'aroajal, lluortn'a riic
coaaor, wn occupied during tho fore
noon Rending d spali hos In Mr. Cur
, b.ijal detailing tho result of hi fun
feretire with Secretary Itrynn and
Iho Houth American mediator.
Peflnlm ' official advice ram
throuxh Mr. fastcllot il,! the com
mission nf thron constitutionalists
hih had atarted from Mexico Oil v
on Wedneiday to talk with Carranni.
w in aiilhorlvcd in negotiate with hi n
for tlio transfer of tho government
nl Mrilrn City. It I" probable that
It would la two of throe d.iya bo- ;
furo tho commission, on account of
the Interrupted communication, wlhj
able to roach Cnrrann. I
n tho outcome of the conference
anil tho assurance given by Carriinwi
a y nn amnesty ami the adjustment
of claim, will depend whether roc'
oKnitlon will lie accorded Carr.iruta
by tho I'nlted Niutca nt once, or
whether uch action will bo Indef
initely delayed. ,
Looming up aa an ultimate compti- ,
cation In tho situation la tho pro
poned repudiation by Carranr.ii of tho
financial obligations incurred by
Ilucrta regime, flnce the admlnls
trntion waa recognised aa IoriiI uy
tho iiowera of Kuropo, every effort I
will ho exerted by them to maintain a proclnmatim of general annneaty
the Validity of tho rlnlma of their f(,r the force which fought ngiiloat
aubjerti. I the northern armiea. Tho revolu-
Whlle PiirranM hna riven notice ol I tlonary Junta In Washington doubt
Intention to repudiate aurh rtebta, ! ed that Carranxa would grant thla.
there la Rome confidence In dlplo. From hhi headquarter In Monterey,
mnllo circle hero that he will n.it Carr.iliM announced hia plan of con-
i,ra tu Invito the disapproval of F.n
rope nt the very beginning of hia ad
nilnlmration, and it ia being auageat
ed that an Interniillonul commiaaion
to adjudicate au.h claim will be
formed. The power of Kuropo may
withhold recognition until they re.
cclv definite naaurance a to not
auch claim are In be treated.
The Ppunlah government la already
active III Recking In have reatored the
i roperty of thom. i ubjecta driven out
by the ronatltiillonallata. The am
liaaaador had R conference with Sec
retary liryan today, l-nter Mlnlaler
Naon of Argentine also dlacuaaod .Mex
ico with Mr. Ilryan.
I I!IIJI. IX AWKHK
T IM ItK.IIT TlllXti
Mr. Caaloltot drier received a inca-
ioeoAooieiooiOAOAooiwejeeisewow .i 1.1" .n r ri t i.i'ij'ui ru'i. nn.n ii..r t
Mineloa. N. Y.. July 17 Mr.
Florenea Parman waa arraigned In
the supreme court here today before
Juallc Van Flcklen, nn an Indict
ment returned yeaterduy i baralng
her with nianluugliier in the nrst
degree for having caused the death
of Mrs. I.otiloe ilulley, a patient of
the defendant husband, fhe plead
ed not guilty and waa given two
week In w hich to cliaim her plea J
or demur to the Indictment. I
Counsel for Mr. Carman auggest
ed that ahn be liberated under $.',
to i II linil. and tn thla iMrirlct Attor
ney Smith agreed. (
The prisoner looked very wan and
pule when bronchi from the jail t
the court room lli-r huaband, lr.
, MEXICO AND SAFETY
aaito from Provlalonal Proablont f'nr
on Jul doclnrlnc that he would make
no furtho ra pimlnlrnonla of member
of tho cabinet and that he hud hoxen
tlenernl Velaac( nn aocrotnry of war
merely that the army nlv-uld havo n
"Although tho I'nited Htnte can
not, of couree, recci!nlite the Par
balal dovernnient," oald Mr. t'aatol
lot. "I know that Mr. Carhaj.il If
anxlotia to renloro Rood relatlona with
tho I'nited Stulea aa we aa to hrinn
about r-oare In Mexico.
"Ho haa aont men north to treat
with fleneral Cnrrmrn In order that
no time may bo lout In arriving at n
"Tho three men ho haa rhoaon
havo been cotidcUoua aupporlora ol
Madero In the Mexican conareaa and
have been In obmurity In Mexico
City during the Huerta ndminliitra
tlon. They are iloao frlendn of Mr.
CarlmJ.il and of roiirao very Intimate
with Mr. Carranxa ao naturally 1
am Very hopeful that they will bo
able l arrana for tho peafeful
trannfor of the (tovernment."
Mr. Caatellot revealed that durlna
hi rtey in the I'niiod Statea In the
i.iHt three montha he hna noon o
iretly endeavoring t" arranao for
tho tranafer of the government ft'
M, XH'il ( llv but that tho tnnrwitv of
Huerta hud twice dlarupted It in plana.
AOMIMsTIl Tlo tHTICI I.R
Sr: l'K.r: l liw.(l.
AVanhlngton. July IT. Adininimra
t loll nfflclala aaw peace looiiilrg to
day on the boll"ll of Mexican pol
itic. Francisco Oirbajal'a Informal
aiatement to the Waahington govern
ment that ho Intended to rellro In
favor of t'arr.inxa. the ronatitiillonal
lat cblef. and Curranr. a'a nnnoin'e
inent Ihiil ho waa illlnit to negotialo
with tho federala for a peaceful
Iranafer of power In Mexico City,
waa reKarded aa practical naxirance
that tho era of hlomlidicd waa near
Carbajal. Huerla'a auccoaaor. aoeka
ductlng negoliationa for eatabliah
ment of the ronatitutlonaliat overn
merit In Mexico Pity without further
aacriflco of life. He declared, how
ever, that unconditional aurrendur
would bo the only hnala of parley.
The tntement of Purbalal to the
Washington government that he In
tended tn retire In Piirrania'l favor
war conv. vod tn Pocretarv Hryan
through Joae Paatellnt, former mem
ber of the Mexican aeiiale.
fine of Parl.ajal flrat acta wa to
order tho release of all political prl-
nor. Tho American government
attitude toward recognition of a new
administration in Mexico hinged up
on the poaalbillly of an agreement
between the federal nnd I ha roiinti-
tutlonallata. Should Parranxa louke
a convention with the com mission
QY MIF1E0LA JURY
F.dwln Purman, stood beside her.
When Ihe pnilnilniirle of giving
bull were adjusted ho sold he would
lake her out of Ihe village a! once
The ball wa furnished by Kmnietl
r.anilcll nnd Kinith Pox. clooe friends
of Ihe ParmaiiR whereupon !r.
Ciirman wa et free. Heavily veiled
she slopped Into a limousine with her
husband and started for her home at
Notwithstanding that manslaugh
ter In tho first degree wa agreed on
by Ihe No seau county grand Jury a
the charge against Mra, Comma. It
waa reported today that the prow
cutlng authorities hoped that a
Rtronger Ruperseding Indictment
might be returned later on Ilia basis
of new eldcin.
sent from Mexico Pity tn Ouadali
liirn then rho terms of the Ni.iR.il I
proioi ol would no i oiisiimmated and
re, intnltliin would be encoded nflei
l.i I tn growing out of the revolution
had been sell led.
However. If tho contending factions
fulled to agree, and Cnirani Insist
ed on fikhtlng hi way into Mexico
City, the American government would
wlihhold recognition until alter elec
tion had taken place. Details of iho
much dlacusfed plan of Muadalupe,
tho constitutionalist platform, were
lliiido public here today.
The plan was drawn up In Coa bu
lla state March 21. IM1. by Carranxa
and the group that opposed I Inert us
ncceaslon tn power. It follows:
ii tmij or tiik
n.w or f.rxnM.i it.
"Whireas, tlenernl Huerta, lo
whtim the conslilutlonaliKt presldeni.
Hon Froncls'o I. Madero, had en
trusted the defense of tho Institu
tions and legality f his government,
haa. In uniting with the reie enem
ies In arm against the game govern
ment In order tn restore the former
dii tutorship, committed an act of
treason to raise himself Into powei
by imprisoning both Iho president and
tho vice president nnd hia aocretnrlc
and demanding by violence their
reshiniitliins, which fact la confirmed
by tho message" the same general,
liuertn. addressed to the aiivprm"
of the stales telling them he had im
prisoned the chief magistrate nnd the
"Whereas. Iho legislative and Judi
ciary power nave recoRnlxod and
supported against the law nnd eon
stttutional provisions. leeml Huer
ta and hia unpntrlotlc and Illegal
"Whorens. some of tho governments
of the Rlatea of tho unpin have roc
ognixod the illegitimate government
set up by that taut of the army which
acrompllrhed tho treason under ihe
leadership of fleneral Huerta In vio
lation of the gi.verelgnly of thoe
state, which governments shculn
have been flrat In disavowing him,
We tho undersigned chiefs and of'l
cor In command of the constitution
alist tinny, have agreed on nnd shall
sustain by force of arm the follow
"Oonoral Vlctorlano Huerta If
hereby repudiated In hia clmrucler i
.resident of the republic.
"Tho legislative and judicial pow
ers of tho federation are hereby also
"The government of auch slnto as
shall Continue to rccngnlxe tho fed
oral power forming the present ad
mlr.latratlon, thlr'v rt.ivs after ''ho
publication of this plan are hereby
In order to orgnntie the army en
t rusted with the accampllaliment ot
our purposes, wo heie.iy appoint n
chief firat chlif of tho urmv. which
Khali bo named Ponsllliillonal'st.'
M. Venutlnnn Parranxa, governor ol
the state of Poahulla.
"When the constitutionalist nrmy
rcrupic Mexico Pity. Mr Veniistltino
Parranxa or whoever may s'i'"ceed him
In tho command of the army will be
appointed ml Interim bond of the ex
"Tho ud Interim prelden of the
republic shall call a general election
a oon a peace is eatablinhod, do
llvorlng tho power to tho man who
hall bo elected.
Puch elllxen n act i flrai chiefs
of tho constilutlonaliMt army In those
state where the government have
recognlred Huerta shall assume Iho
character of provisional governor
there, and hold local election after
those clllxena aelectod lo tho high na
tional offices, according tn the afore
said provision, have already taken
possession of their posts to fulfil
ft IV 11-14 IMlTOSl IS
Kritiii:Mi;itt:i to nrnriJ
Urownsvllle. Texas, July IT. N.tn
I. til Potosl hna boon aurrendered to
the constitutional!!, according lo
unofficial dlspiilehoa received In
Malaniorna. oppoalle prownsvilH, In
day. The inesaiiRos, which wore aenl
from Monterey, gave no detail.
NO l..sT liOJ. l'lti:iUPTH1
Havana. July 17 The former
Mexican minister of commerce. Qut-
liin Moheno, prior tn hi denarluro
here yeatonlav for New York, aald
Huerta' resignation was nn surprise
lo him and expressed Iho ocllcf Ihnl
g conslltullonallst government would
"Within nlnely days." he added.
"Ihn people who are now shouting
approval will cry denth In th revo
lutlon. In six month Huerta, will be
Ihe miwl popular man In Mexico, he
cause the I-aMn race alway pities Ihe
fallen arid oppoao the powerful."
The American customs Inspector
refused tn allow Henora Moheno to
take aboard Ihe gleaner Miamlhet
hat trimmed with Rlerelte. Iiecause
auch Plumage I forbidden enlry Into
tho I'nited Ftalo. fhe ent Ihem
bark Willi a friend In Mexico, and
Honor Moheno, learning of Ihe pro.
"That could only be expeclcd from
1HTHT TKI.H HIS TtMK
iiTTii oi t or i;fh
ftierlo Mexico, July IT. Oeneral
ITuerla on hia lelauroly jourroy from
Mexico Pity In Ihl port passed the
right at Tlerra Plane. In Ihe stale
of Vera Pru. ,
A! o'clock In, the morning; he
departed from Tlerra Itlama.
Oeneral Huerla'a failure tn hasten
Ma exit from the country waa Ihe
cause of oma worry In hi wife.
(Continue! on pace a.)
Chicago Tenderloin Stage for
Hand to Hand Conflict in
Which "Morals Squad" is
BLAMED FOR TROUBLE
Jealousy Between Sections of
Police Force Brought to
Light by Investigation Fol
Chicago, July 17. "Inexperienced
men caused Iho w nolo slmotioK. 1 no
men used their nana Ion frt ely In
stead of their hi .ids. liolli parlies
in int.. ok each other lor HltiPKnra."
Janie Cilenson, chief of police, so
characterised the eiicotioicr III til'
sevregiiled dlstuct last Ili Kill in
which one detective waa killed, two
other wounded uud two civilian in
jured In a fusillade of allot follow
in tho raid of an alleged disorderly
For fourteen hours tho police, of
ficial worked on the cuee before u
formal statement waa made by the
chief of police. Tvery participant In
tho shoottnu wna i'ieatioiiel. Search
whs made for witnesses nnd the
whole atreuuth of I he polite depart
ment was directed to an attempt to
discover tho cat of Iho comliut.
A similar expreoaion of lielief waa
made by Herman rtchuetHer. fliol
deputy siiperlnt' ndent of police. The
Investigation will continue, both ol
llclala an id, nut I every untie of the
occurrence has been brouulll lo Unlit.
Tho ileml lietectixe, Stanley J.
Hums, whs a tiicinber of the reunlar
Plain clothes force. John P. Sloop,
Hums' partner, waa ahol throuuh the
thigh. Joseph Morrill ami Fred
A mart, ileteitli e of tho moral
H-Illlld, Were Vi. unded lcs.l ReriollHly.
Janus P Cnrroil, who nlil ho was
an Investigator and railway fitviuun,
a Iho wax wounded.
In tho Invi Mtinnti,n by Chief of
Police iileaKon tw'o facta nppeared
lo stand out: Thut the killing and
wounding of the policemen was pre
cipitated by a k'uig of levee charac
ter, nnd that in.iny of the shots fired
came from weapon In the hanila of
Iho gangsters. It wa thought that
several of tho crowd of vice district
characters weie wounded ami hud
been hidden by their friends.
The iifTaii- waa poaaihlc 1 auao the
moral sound men, Merrill and
Amarl.'dld not recognise Kurns mid
Sloop. Merrill and Amur! had been
policemen bill u short lime. Thev
hud Just raided a disorderly resort
and sent a wuuonlouil of prisoners lo
Ihe station. A game of levee hangers
on followed nnd hooted Meriiil and
A mart aa they walked uwiy Irom tho
"Umk at the Rlool plKeon," Ihey
Stone and bottles wore thrown
and tho detectivca drew their re
volvers. J ii; then Itiirna nnd Sloop
ran up tn difpeise the inoli.
"Look out. they've got guns."
omeone cried. Then the shooting
began. Merrill tloclned thai the
first shot was fired by a man In the
crowd who dodged behind a woman.
Another Woman had Jut fallen, be
said, having been hit by n biik.
Merrill sild he emptied his revoKtr
at tho man.
Clash of pili-e activities in the
vil e dirt rli l a diechi) .! In the
shooting. Meriiil and Amart were
member of l"ial lnsiectr W. C
1 lunnenliorg's iiiud which he had
unexpectedly sent into iho levee to
make raids. .t the same tune Kirit
leputy M. I.. P. Fimkhotiser had a
detail in the district for the same
purpose, thinking that Iaimnhei g
waa on tho North side. loirn and
Sloop belong, d lo the detective bu
reau, which is vtld l rix.ird with
Jealousy the activities of the special
delulla. The s t lint Ion was finally
dominated hy the uniformed police,
who dispersed the .mob.
PINOS ALT03 GOLD
STRIKE RUNS TO
$100,000 A TON
Kllver Pity. . M, July 17. An
other rich trd. of gold ore Is re
ported from rinog Alloa which prom
ixc to bo a repetition of those made
reient ly by 1 ill nnd Wright, and
which proilti'ed for them omelhlnu
nver I'.il.ooa worth of high grade
lore. The pn oiit s'rihe was made
Sa'urday by John tlglegtiy. one of the
pioneer miners of tho Pino Altos
J district, on iMniind Hdjolning that
I from which I i ll ami Wriuht too
their bin value. A little of the
stuff was encountered Friday ntter
tiooii nnd during Ihe work on Satur
day ti, sack of ore was lnketi out that
will be worth, nl a cotiaet value esti
mate, f I nnn. nun y,-t ion. .-'in. e thai
time more of Hum high grade hn
been loond. nnd since It occurs in
hum Iks rather '.n n thin l ringer, ns
was the cane on tho Hell mid light
ground. It look aa though the main
ore of the streak was yet In be
li ii' h .1.
The strike was made on Urn I.ani;
ston property, whhh la owned by the
C. ti. Mining nnd Milling com
pany. When Heil A- Wrilil ran ini"
Ihn high tirade gold ore last fall It
Was neur the side of their plop, llv
which adjoined Ihe Laiualon. and.
In fact, they were worki.ig so close
lo the lino that a law suit was Im
minent for a time to decide on whose
ground the rich ire was found. Mr
Ofjcshy nt that time started to sink
a shaft across the line on the Ijhik-
slon. Ho has been flung out R
paying ore for most of in.. iiiMinme
of 1!70 le.-t which he has sunk
Iteachlng about the level -if the other
strikes ho iii.imii'kiI to tunnel back
into the claim nml it was nt n di"
lance for forty feel from Ihe prop
erty line that tho present strike was
FOR nuns ON
Chief Promoter of Gulf, New
Mexico and Pacific Confi
dent He will Return with
Road Plan Complete.
fReell niapsieh la Kvoataa lleralitl
Santo Fo. X. M., July 17
Pol. W. S. Hopewell Will leave
July 2T,ih lor .New York.
whence ho will anil nl once for
I'll l iB to close detail of the II-
mincing of the Hulf. ,N Mex-
Ico nnd 1'iiclflc railroad, and
for which arrangement! for n
loan of m.iMiii.nnii have been !
com luded w ith I'nria bankers.
Tho new road will take over
h the New McxU'o Central, and
while legal compllcatlotiR In
connection with tho Central
have delayed carrying out the
plan of the new- company,
Colonel Hopewell Is now confi
dent that on his return from
Paris these will havo been
ironed out nml tho nrgnnlxat Ion
of the new road completed so
that construction of its exten
sions to A IblhitlerilUO. ItoHWcll
and Farmlngton may proceed.
HEAT CAUSES DEATH
Torried Wave Which has Held
Missouri and Kansas for
Days Broken hy Rain and
Now York, July 17. tine death
and several prostration from the
heat wiivn wero reported In New
Yolk at noon loiloy. At that hour
Ihe temperature wits 3 ilegiees uloi
81. IjmiU Heat Wave llrokcii.
St. I.ouIn. July 17 - A high wind
accompanied by rum today broke
the heat wave that haa (.ripped St.
l.ouia for three weeks.
Unlit llrtiitt Kaio-as licllef.
Kansaa City. July 17 lialn I"!
various purls of the southwest last
ninbt and early today brought relict
Irom tho exi i ssivc heat that has pre.
Va led dill inn the luet three .In v a. ill
many place" in Kama the lain wan
Mccompn uied by sexerc wind and
electric storms. At Topeka tho Wind
re.o bed u Velocity of sixty miles Mil
hour hlowuiK down hundred of;
in Mxdl-h FlucklllH IliHtril.
Waalilnsioii. July 17. To nbollsh
the phi. king hoard ,,f the navy, Itep
rcecninitvc i.iuteii of lllloi'ls In'r"
duccd a bill lodio proposing retire
ment by a system of meniul uud phy
sical ev a nun. 1 1 too for promotion to
each grade. 1 1 n. -1 fulling- lo pass
examination Would fail of promo
tion and a se.oiiil f.i'lure, Would au
tomatically retire them.
Vaol JoiiriuiliM Iscwd.
Now Vork, July 17. Montgomery
rUhitvler, Join nn lie! nnd editor, nod
celebrated lor Ins published studies
In architecture, died of pneumonia
yesterday lit his home In New lio
chelle. V V. He was III hi vetellti-
Hi-avy Storms oil North shu.
Ciixhaven. tiermaiiv. July 17
lieaw storm on the Noilli sea have
dnmaited shlpplmt ltea ily. (Set ere
losee lii men uud ships urn report
Fort Smith Reports Dcstruc
tion of Great Coal Proper
ties at Prairie Creek this
Morning by Striking Miners
SHERIFF SENDS T0SSE
TO SCENE OF CRIME
Ohio Governor Asked to Send
Troops to Coal Mines in Bel
mont County Where Opera
tors Fear Violence
Fort Smith. Ark., July 17. Ko
porta received hcie today statu that
lighting la In progroo between un
ion ami non-union miners m Hie
plnl of tho Mammoth Vi In Coal
company ill l'rail lo Creek. hie. mln''
tipple has been burned, It la stated,
and another 1 namlted. Telephone
wire to I'r.i'rlu Creek lire down and
details are lacking. A strike has
been In progress at the I'ralriu Creek
mine fur months.
Advice from Huntington Ray
mines Nos. 1 and 4 have been de
H!ro,. by dynamite nnd fire.
The Rhorld'a oftlce at (ireenwood
hna sent n pose of olllcc tu the
Rcciio of tho lloliim.
TriMitn iH'iiniiuhnl ill IMilii.
Columbus, July 17. Alter re
ceiving a loli-nnm from SloritT John
II. Anderson of lielmont county lu
dai. In which A mlf i.huii reported
Hint pumps nnd funs In B half doreii
lolneH could rod be operated without
the protection of troops, the state
ment waa him ti out at tho governor's
oitlie that in the ,ci,t it la deemed
idilMiihle lo ai t d troops the author
ity ot Sheriff Anderson and the liel
mont county utit Inn Hies would be
trailer, i red to the militia
Wc-t lixlolii Strikers Ijull.
Wheeling. W. Vit., July 17 I'uiop
ois and oii'Sineera In twenty inliies
in this seitiorr returned lo work this
nioiiiiiiu on the advice ol union mill
ers, to olfeet th,, Indiisirial Workers
of the World, who urv in live
thlouKhotit the diatrict.
KILLED II DOLL
Well Known Taos Mining Man
Shot to De:th ly Jack Bid
well Following Quarrel Over
Sanlj 'e, N. M July 17.
W. lit. nn r'i.cer w.if kIioI .tinl
killed at 5 o'i lot k last cti'tittig
nl Twmti.g. a t& 1 1 1 ti ix c.ui.p it, -.ii 9
T.io an th,. rull or ,i 1 1 ; 1 1 1
oKt'iy a lul ling il.iiu .ti whe h
tile men were pirinci-c At'ei- a
Hit i rr, I hoih men t ft foi il.e.r
uun-, t mi it, d iiiid ttred simiil
tal'coicly. J.i.'k Ml'llll l.eil H
I1IUII illl'eli. 'I'll,. ll.Her W IS 1-
oiiei.itcil I v a coioiter's July on
1)1.. croitiil of a It -del e-ise.
Chlai;o. July 1 7 Formal rc.ue.t
for K"w mou nt mediation wa made
I today by the imim - r i oioiiutti of
the ." wernin l.illroads, .'I'l.lMiU of
whoso tnipbivea tbrealcn lo strike.
KeU iita I ii e of the men osier
day declined lo Join th,. ie.Uest lor
Tbo inn tut itc i s. in a Idler notifying
tho men Hi.it luy li ne reuneHli .1
mediation, flit I v denied the rib an
il ion ihnt the r.iilioiids have declined
In aeci pt the r onion ndalioii of
I plot toils o ei nun in media tin
AT WORK IN
u m a is
RAILROAD MANAGERS REIMS
MED AT D
Attornfys Representing Mi
nority Stockholders of New
Haven File Action Alleging
Mis-Appropriation of Enor
PLAN FOR VOLUNTARY
Attorney General McReynolds
Prepares to Bring Action
Under bhermaa Law to
Break New England Monop
oly. lioston, July IT. Tho appoint
ment i f n receiver, special mauler or
other official to prosecute rlnlma ait
KrcKMtltlK t3U1.tino.U00 a n I list de
fendant dlreilors and estute of di
rector of lh New Vork, New Haven
St Hartford railroad la assed In
suit Died In the supreme court today.
hroiiKht by Whipple, Sean & iigdoii,
reprcoontlntf tho minority lK'khobl.
era of the company.
The suit, in which tho attorney
recently demanded thai the director
Join, la ilealutH'd to force restitution
from those responsible of fund al
iened to have been Illegally expend
! ,lH , .'I'Ud'ug up the .N'rw Jluvau
Juduo Itrady issurd an order of
notice returnable next Friday lo
show cause why a receiver should
not bo appointed nnd why an in Junc
tion aKtiinst the disposition of the
ileiendiintM' stock should nol be i
i.Ufd Tho lltUatlon Ir In the form of an
in it y action entered by the attor
nos as truBtee under the will of
leu Hull Vuuithnn. They own fifty
share of New Haven stock and brine
the in lion "In behalf of Ihemaclve
anil all other stockholder of Raid
corporation who may become par
lies." Tho bill of complaint declare that
the defendant, on uccount of broach
of director' duty, chiefly throuuh
cnusliiK the New Haven tn aopilra
lllcKHlly its Hoslon .Maine, trolley
mid steuniKhlii proM'Nlcs, are bound
lo pay to tho New Haven flt'.'.wou
withdrawn therefrom wrotiicfuy and
for ullia vlroa nnd "'ii'al iuri'".
It is alleRed that the losses result -IriK
from these iiciiiisltloiis approxi
mate $ Hi2.iiiiii.iMHi, and that under
the fedeial anil-trust act the New
Haven la entitled to recover Irom the.
defendants three-sold trull auin ur
i:i;iti ituax i h, ai
t.u FUN Vlr AT Will, SI K
Washlnon. July IT. After ln
hours' conference today between At
torney ilcneral M lii ynohls and T.
W. (ircKoiy. snecliil assistant In
i bin ne (,f the New IliUeil ruae. It
seemed pr ictb ally certain that lieno
tiaiioiiN bad failed rind that the de
partment of Justice would l.i'Kln II
Sherman law suit to dissolve the
New Haven system within the next
The attorney general and Vr.
lin-Kory had before them nllb iiil no
tice from the New Haven board ot
directors that It t-nnri.it net epl Iho
terms imposed by .la4srtc hua-tt on
ihe sab- ,,f it )!oton M ilne rail
road stock. IVpari mint ofiieiala urs
ud to i.ow consider a Micrmun law
euit their only course
jtsN4-n iNiily IN rfornwY,
l!ed.linj. Cut., July 1 7 I -a sue n
peak Is now irivlnx almost dully per
formances. This mornlUK the weii
tietb iiuplion shot kwnrd.
Mi ni win, irm:
nut in .s ,r ii:
Washiniitiin. July 17. A. W. Tren.
hnl'ii, chairioan of the committee of
iiiiitiak'ers represontniK the west
em railroads threatened with
strike of HVnun enKiiiemen and fir
men. formally asked tho federal
board of iiiedl.itlcn and concl lalion
today I,, use It offoit t compoao
Ihe sllualoii. Federal JudKa Martiu
A. Kiiiipp, chairman W. 1.. Cham
bers and Assistant Commissioner tl.
W. W. Hanger mill no to Chlcutu and
begin work Monday morning.