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TO JtESIN OFFICI
Mexican1 President, Howvever, Rtefuses
to Accept IIecoininendtin oitf ()Of.
Washington, May I.-President Car
ranza was advised by his generals at
at Conference held a few days ago to
resign in favor of a president atii iii
torit whom le or congress should ap
point aceroding to dispatches reach
ing 'Washington tonight through or
'lcial Channels. Carranza refused to
accept tlie recoiinendation, the dis
tlpateles said, but agreed to the with
drawal of tlie piesidential candidacy
of Ygnacio lIonillas, ain1 hassalor to
the UIuited States, and to the send
ing of a cotimission to negotiate with
'J', h confere:: which wvas parIiti
adtleI in by all the genierals in the
vicinity fi lt' capital and by acting
linisteri of \\'ar u1'joizo, tict advices
was called by di-ectiol of Car
anz-a 9; ' d icu tlt' situation gTo'inlg
ou1 of I ;I ("tSecessiol of Sonora.
Lecngthy aglients for Carranza';
resiIiation wer prset by sVmI
of t it t c r it is said, one of th
of ilte j.e(hency y Carranza woul:1
pliniinate aill dangert:I o f intervenion 01
by the t'iitd States in .\vxic:i af
The iname of the gn vera Is takt in
a .i lii on rn w r otgi n
inl th i ptes
Pedelrcal gaIisons at 'aral, Pimbi
nIez, and ''a ma rgo, ill south ern l Chi
huahuila have\ rev1 %.olted and Joineo ,d thlte
revolhtion aIt cIodig to a tele'grami to
night from0 tilh general hecaduartters
of the rebel army to Sonoratb agents
hicre. Tile d 'tling forces. the tm s
sait -aid, inchide ( .11100 to 7.hi n
la1nry and ca valryIM 100 mahinec :,uns
and1( i annon (it vaions cnlibre.
''lhe 1:n1 !nfantr'y battalion at Chi
huharofna-d to jo)in the nmevemet,
till, nMr ,sagt sad a nd was, tilelilHmi
titltacd by the other nits and "was
captlired anld imptisoned inltat."
AguI I'i a S oora., .\lay I .- -
pork, reaIchinig mlilitary. head:"Offilarler
here, tunP-iat Sa'id that org'.anized labor.
in many arts of .lexico has tast its
lot with thl t inlistis.
v~~l a.. I Iarmed work in.,,mlenl
ha.,ve Ji.joio the ew oement. ac
cording to these reports, and it was
expected by revolutionary leaders that
within two montlis the number would
be increased to 15,000. It !was inti
imated at rebel military headq uarters
here that official confirmatory details
of the reported labor movement would
beavilable fin a (lay or two.
It was reported that General Angel
Flores, commander of the first divis
ion of the revolutionary army of the
northwest, lad! reached La Cruz,
Sinola, in his march to the seaport ot
While developments in Juraez, Chi
htuahua were being watched with in
'erest, no news that the garrison there
lld defilnitely joined the revoiluonists
haild heen received here at a late hour
(IOGilY ATTlE NI)
V ANDi)ERBtILT W EI)IN G
Young Cornelus o11, Served is la.
vaItle iI Twenty-sevehii Iis i)II
Wels .1Miss 1iA1it41n.
New York, .\pril :.-Doughboy
of Cornelius Va derbilt, Ir., wio
serv(d as a private with the Tweity
seven th divIslon In Pirance, minigled
with muembers of -New York's most ex
elusive social (irCles in St. Thonmas'
l'piscolpl chcihll late today to witiess
hi: wedding to Miss Itachaiel liittletoni,
half sister of .lartin litt loton, widely
knowin lawyer. The bridegroom is the
soil of firi. Gen. (ornelinis Vanderbilt
and one of the heirs to the Vanderbilt
millions, and the bride is the daughter
of* tle late M r. anad Mrs. Thomas .1.
Littleton, of Chattanooga.l Tenn. The
R1e. l'Irnest M. Stiles, rector of the
churi cch, perforled the cere monty.
Police rer'Ves wer stie W1 l Iv red
arouIInI I Ie ch . reh, but ihr l1th oIg
seekinig to catch a gliipse of the bridal
tlple and their tuests was so lare
that it broke tirouigih tIII lilies :nd it
wai with ilitliciIty that a pat hway for
the 2.0110 invitved guests was kept op
en . After thle ceTiony a recept i'on
was lichd inl !!o home of .lMr. and .\li.
..\attinl ,ittleton, to whlich 7m) uet
were invited. \Veddinlg gifts, said to
exceed $1.000,000 itn vaIlue, were r.
.ceivel by thI couple.
Piles Curedi la 6 to 14 Days
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Has Wide Knowledge of Pros.
Donald II. Mciheny, novelist and
traveler, conies with a broad back.
ground of experience to lecture at the
D H M*GIBENY.
Rledupith (haiutaiuqua on "The Mod.
'T'is lecture Is to a great extent a
study of holshevismn and what It ams
to i(-Coll)pli sit.
rli'. Met( iiy ha given much titne
to the inelst igat lio of bolshevisin, not
only abroad but lin America as well.
Ills experiences in Washington in
t rackinlg <loNVII tle national society of
iarchists revealed important events
of presen t-(y Jistory.
Besiels being at lecturer of iunusual
nh1uility, Mr. Metliiheny hias also re
('ived nmu rhed recopgnuition ia s i writ
er. The Ladiles' Ilote ,1 Iu rinl is (eIr.
rying ach iloii t a story by him, Ii.
lustrate inI color, and4 a nmw. Me.
(Oiheny novel, "Dullet l'roof," has just
it W m Yu (ip
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whIen your hody Aches and In Foverish.
Loosetn the Pil.h 14:,:^-Cliari the H1ead
an1d Che:t . Y:. v ur i m iit'I
Governor Delivers Address hi Washiag.
(on. Favors Old Order.
Washington, May 1. -Repeal of t'ht
1th and '15th amendments to the con.
stitution and "all others enacted sinc<
which encroach upon the rights o!
states" was advocated tonight by Gov
Robert A. Cooper of South Carolina
speaking before the annual dinner o
the 'Palmetto State society.
"I do not approve of any furthei
surrender of state sovereigntty to th(
federal government,." declared the gov
ernor. "I am convinced after a few
years of experiments and disasters w(
will go back to the government estab
lished by the constitution."
The governor voiced his opositiori
to a cash bonus for soldiers, declaring
it 'would be an insult to service men
to attempt to "compensate" them for
their services to the country. lie sai(
the iouth Carolina bratich of the Amev
icani Legion had faken a similar staild
"Therleh services can not he valued in
dlollars and cents," he added. Ile far
ored liberal pirovision, however, for thi
wounded and ieedy.
.xten(iillg s'pecial piiN'leges to eithe
Capit al or labor, Governor Cooper de
clired. "is to forfeit. the conllildence to
capital or labor in the integrity of tlt
government. They know that in (101
so, those in ajithority liave solle ul
terior purpose. They know also th1-1
this attitude is liable to he reversem
and, therefore, they believe inl "gettit1
while thle getting is goo(.'"
t'nlited States Senator K0. I). Smill
preside(Id at the (111111 r.
Iising Against gireeks.
London, .lay I.\--n Albanian risin;
agaitst the Greeks has begun ai
11S , acco)til1g to a '\wileless essag
front .\loscOw, Ind Albaian hallds ar
tlassacrinIg the Greeks.
linver 'asha .1 formier war tnin i ste
and lader of tihe young Tiurt'ks. lth
tl5 sage says, has placed himtilself :
the head of the Tu1rk.tish nationmali
Dr. joinson's Dictionary.
Dr. .lhnsonl Is (.1111n1o11ly reko onllf
nts nt SuICcesful nu11lo, yel t n reevmvl
for nmn11y < f his ctomposillons a1 com
para-itivel1y s il1 suml. Ili-lilmes pro-1fit
ahle tm1delakling was thw dictionar.\
for whih hit n'ked .$7875. Tho tasl
Occupied ils tim for seven ye's.
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