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trjafeptMipAHrfia. M M FORECAST i'uk tomoiit m vi:i.m:mav. I WEATHER rS ; Mmlmtnti )clerMy WIj Minimum today .tl. fl1iHIIXtIHMI' nl I Ml III I A WW RD f Ty" W"1ff if T9l TH" n ra i iru mi n . r a u b w w i m m ' A agn&uflHMsj) iMlf ( nwui mMmw'' QtiktV mmwt rTWiwH 1 t I 1 "r'v lTlh Yfiir Ii Hi. i. u . itii, Ymr. COMPULSION 0ECI0E0 UPON FOR ENGLAND Premier Astiuith States That Govern ment Will Introduce Measure To morrow (or Universal Military Con scription for Great Britain Over Five Million Enrolled Since War. LONDON. May 2. PiPiuIor As- n'itli declared In the house of com mons this uftoritoon that a hill to Do introduced tomonow would bo one of general mid Immediate compul sion. The prlmo minister nnuouriced Hint IIip wholo recruiting problem would lip dealt with In n single hill. Mr. Aiitlth told tilt! member of I he house of coiiiinoiiii Hint the total n.ival and nillltHiv o'forl of the Iirit ish empire since the beginning of the war exceeded five million men. The lirltlsh army, excluding India and In- Puling the dominion, comprised iKhty-thieit division. .Mr Asqulth hhIiI that whllo In Au gust, 1 S 1 1, the llritlah army at home wild oversea consisted of 2i5 divi sion, there were now "I division, tin hiding the naval division. Mr. Asqulth aald communication hctwoon IrelHiid and Knglund now Mug nearly normal. IlNctiv. Surrender. fn nddreeslng the house of com mon, Premier AsqulUt aald the pub lic was naturally doprowud hy the deplorable Incident of the aurrender or .he garrison at Kitt-ol-Ainnra. Imt Hint it vmm not an event of military in.iiortanre. Kefcrilug to the at-t.u-kR on the government In thla and other connectlona, he Invltetl the Iioiiho to turn to speeches delivered during previous crlstse In the history or the country. It would be foiintl that charge of exactly the miiih iih tnie woro made. There hail htien the h.uio aciusallons of Indecision, pro rumination, half heartednes and de lav and exactly the Mine cry for a -,iv lor or a combination of aavlnrs. At one moment the people were told that the civilians In the cabinet m quite wrongly in the rae tif (ialllpoll had overruled their mlll taiv and naval experts. At another moment- aa he believed they would lip told in regard to Mesopotamia -it m wild the civilians In the cutii- nit were too subservient to their mil itary ad vlmis. Answer it) fillips. .My answer to all this," Mr s unlih continued, "is that If theie have been mistakes or blunders, per haps both, in opllcy or trategy, our coin rlbut Ion the contribution of the Tufted Kingdom and the empire to the common cause has grown and is Browing steadily month by month, and Is greater t this moment and iiciter directed than ever before. And the navul and military situation of the allien has nerer been so good as H is today. ' We have to put up with these things," the premier said, lie added that the government would not 'be disturbed by them as long as it re t. lined the confidence of the oiintrv." GERMAN REPLY I l,ONI)OX. M.. 2. -A d.pat'h to tin Kit-hunge Telegaph couiwny 1 1 .xi) AmUtdam loduv a.vs it i ug-L:i-ie,l in politicnl cireles that the l.;iitf of Spain will be ked to nrbi ti.ite tbe submarine question btweeu . ilu' Inited States gud Oennony. "Diplomatic cii-ele in touch with (u muiny believe (hat the reply to the American liole will be delicied on Tliurt.," the eorresnondent os, i. at that in ull probabiJttv it will not ix in the nature ot a final reply. They f i m . t Oeruiunv will make eounter-i.rip.i-.iU regunling tlie eloblili idrut of ueu rule tor mibuiunue war I .n-. Vinbasidrtr (iemrd aruvod in Jterlitj mrl tin muriiiiiu " W SII!tiT Mat '-' Thomar wNeUon I'.u'e, Vurrtcaii ,ini.a.iloi to lull, c-n Itaie In the I nttnl States eal'nl on rrcsintut "MI'u t -U lr 1'aso aM tr.vtci m r .ii I uiiK iu, dioiw of lamridtu COMING HURSDAY PERSHING'S MEN REVOLT DYING ! WILL CONTINUE OUT IN IRELAND; HUNT FOR VILLA DUBLIN IS QUIET - . Final Conference Between Scott nnd Obrcgon Immediate Withdrawal Not Considered Mexicans Disap pointed Over Administration's At titudeNo Trouble Anticipated. VA. PASO. Tew, Mnv 2. Major flcneml Scott euni'orieil hero thi af ternoon with ('cncrnl Obregon, ruin itei of war of tlie do facto govern ment, und General .la fin to Trcviuo, coiiiimiuilci- ol the noitlieiii-t ilivMon of Mcico. Oeiiernl Kiitt-tnn was not present it t the opening of the confer ence. nccntic ir the presence of it local miniiitr mini it could not lie def initely stated tlint the conference hud to do with the negotiation now (vend ing liet ween the (no republic. 151. I'ASO, Tevaa, May 2. Major CPUcralH &cott and I'mihton held an oxtentled ronforenco today over the amplified Instructions Kent them from Washington in which the administra tion stated that no agteement was to be renched that was based on any proposition for the immediate with drawal of the American troops from .Mexico. Word was then dispatched to (icneral Obregon, minister of war of the do facto government, and hla associates, asking for a second con ference to discuss the military qu op tions now Involving the two repub lics. I'liuil Conference Tonight. This conference will probably ho held this evening in 11 l'aso and there were Indications early today that it would be the lust one. The Mux leu n conferees, having become acquainted with .the administration's position on withdrawal through press dispatches, showed their disappoint ment nnd there were intimations that they might not further pursue their request for withdrawal. A Mexican conferee said today that even though the lequest was not met at this con ference there was no reason to fear tlTTit serloiix lloul'le between the two lountrlc. would follow. IRAL E L WV81IIMJTON U 2 Vice Piesident Marshull. In doubt as to the propriety of making public a communication to tbe senate criticis ing an official or the I'nitod States declined today to hand down a let tei addressed to the senate by Hear dmiral Bradley Flake, assailing See. relary Dauiels. and referred It to the naval committee for consideration. The Fiske letter contains a denial of Seeretao Daniels' statement In a communication to the senate April 21, that a letter from Admiral Fiske warning theouvy department of an unprepared stale never had been fur nlshed him. ' This communication was not fur nished me, and I did not know of IU existence until long after it was writ ten." wrote Mr. Daniels on April 31. "I find upon inquiry that it was filed with the chief rlerk without my Kuowledge that It bad been written. Although Hear Admiral Fiske was In my office dally he did not tell me that he had placed the communication on file." In his letter to the senate Admiral Fiske declares he personally handed Secretary Daniels a copy of his u per on unpreparedness, watched htm read it, and says others can testify to the occurrence Admiral Fiske asked for in oppor tunity to be heurd on the subject, but if It is not granted, that his let ter to tbe senate be published. SLIGHT EARTHQUAKE SHOCK AT LOS ANGELES IN ANiir.l.l.N. ( ..I . V:.N 'i.M iuitl..iiuC' -Ilu it tli.il' .'.- A llKltd r. t" l.. In tut 'tll.lt t ' J'C I Ik it at u fl ,, , , i $ I. J ADM ARE DANES DENIAL FALSEHOOD MKDFOKD Small Group Near Dublin Still Defl ant Roundinrj Up Last of Snipers Irish Not Led Badly, But Misled, Says Captured Rebel Officer Up rislnii a Surprise to Men. nnil.lN'. Jln.v 1, via I.omlon M.n '2. While tlie itiiiitinn oul-iile D.i'i liu i not inliifplofv lln n in the city it-elf, it in impioviiig. mid the nullioiities expect tluil m few iliiv slioulil nee llie lni-t of ninieil reliel- lioii in Ireliiml. A flicker till i np mteut not fur from Dublin, wheie it ininll gioitp of mllieicnt of .lnnie lukin hnu eneoneed themselves. I'urther wett of the capilnl lliere are -(ill ImmU of insurgents. The relieU me skeptical of the a-imiiiee. given tlicin t lint tlieii eomrHtlea in Dublin lime siirteudeiril. As the le siill of the prompt meaureH liv the nutlioiitiei, u inobite foree line licen moving into the norlliein teiiilory, preventing (he Sinn Keiner from n. "emliling nml nriCMling tlieir lenders. Soldiers ure completing n tlioiough enieli of the eilv nml it in IiohhI tlint within u few hoiti, thev will account for (he lu-l of the sniper, a tumll liautl of relieln which htm been phii ing a tlieiioii in the neiglilioiliood of HiiU'k luitlge. This liiniil wiik -ub- jecteil In ailillerv firo .Moiulit ultei- iiooii. A few of the t elicit nre Imlil iug out. Tiniii cciiiiiminicnlinii -nil i intciniptdd. Ii I-Ii U'eie .Misled. Dritl.lN. Mnv 1. iii Umlou, Mm 'J. --"We weie not led liuilly; We wcie inisled," xiiiil n cnptuieil icliel ol'tirer lnt night. Hi- leniMik, ntlered ;il most in k tone of rcinot'nc nl Iinving MiHieiwted in the Sinn I'Vin revolt. uii nut de iu he wu- xleppiug nboiiid u -tenmer ut Ninth Wull quav '' he tn ken to I'nghind. lie wuk one of the paitv of ISO pi-ixoucrM of nil rnnk who were en pi tired Sunday. The militniv iiitthoiilie deeitletl to -end the prixoneix lo I'liglund for trial in order Hint thev mnv lie nvvny I'lnm the pitjtnlice nml linger of xi' -on ot the pin cch where thev revolt ed. When the eoiTe-iHtiidenl, who wu- iM-nuitled to go iiboniil the e- -el, intorroguted the pii-oner, he gntlierei they hud no ideu wIiph they vcre oideied to n-semhle at vurioiia ccntei- on Hiuler Momluv tlint the Icedei. Imt orduincil that duv for the dci Inrittioii of the Iri-li renuhlie. Thev reneheil the meeting place with iiition for oulv eight hoiira in Ihe belief thut they were merely tn earr.v nil practice maneuvers, n they hml done mi other occasions. Older to Figlil it Siinuioe. "We found huge Mipplie of nm munition piled ut the meeting place-.," anitl He of ihe prUnuer, "nd e eeived strict ordei to defend our M-ition. We were told it would he noee-sgry to hold out onlv until liy 3. wlien foreign troops would land and join u- in fighting the Hriti-h." The riouer- included repro-entn. live of nil port, of liclund. '.r the most jMirt, they were men of good physique. The arm- of the o! fieri, weiv so like those of the Ilnti-h nnnv that in the durkne. a was duticuli tn ili-liiigui-h them. Two of the prikoners, who were dreed n- lucn, uiidouliledl.v were women. .Mot .i the men eeiuod nearly exhau-tetl. A- the column marched through the eitv ruauy per-ons gathered nt win dows. There were u few cheer und -ome wnviuir of hnndkerehiel-. One of the Mctiitoi- remarked: "WIlV kIkiuIiIii'i We elieer them, even if tln- hine dolu- .1 elfi7 thing Tin v linc been lir.ne .mil tlie m our dvmi tli -h .mil lilonil." 11, E flllt AGO. M.tv .'- l,,n llioii..iud more etiiilce- ol the lull inutlonul llnr;e-ter i oinpiuiv hlru k loduv. bringing Ihe tolnl ot wurket. now on' -Inkc up to 11,011(1. j Operiitions were stipeiidtd ut the j uV( jiimek fil.int of the cciumiiiv, win I,- 7IHMI eiiilivi'- Weie out. The ii 1 1 i Ii" w nki i tn, nl . in i !m ! ' . ii , i i . , , iii I OKKUON. Tl'l-hVV. M N RELAND fsf.u iifinm m 2SS Atigti-tiue Itii i ell, vvliitoe iitliniiil tuition of liiinnil N to lie piolK'il by lloti-c of ('otiiinoiis. - Z 3 F IlllUUW Mnv -' 1 r.mh att:.ik oil I lie V eliliin 1 1 'in i .i'l i nil' Meu-e e-tenliiv m ie lepul-ed HI ll fieree -truggle ut i lo-e iiiiirter which lu-tcd for ii' hours, the nur office announced loduv. The test of the iiiiiioiincemenl follow- : "Western frent: N'orlh of I.ooa n strong (lernuin ol'ticerx' rmljid '', tered n llriti-h treiteii in n -urjirise Httnek Inst night. Those of the oc cupant of the I reielt who were un nlile to eciiie were cut down. "In the Mense -eel or Ihe artillery duels inereu-ed in intensity. We I of the Mense infiinlrv tighlng wn eon fined lo hand gienudc combo I- among ntlvnueed Mi-t northeast of Avo etiurt. Kat of the Meue, south of Douuiimoiit and in ihe ('nillette wihhI h 1 'rem-Ii nltiuk wu- repulsed bv our troop in ii hniidio liiind struggle of several hour. The Miitiou of the (lerinnns were inn in tinned completely. "According to n delayed rcort on April 'I. a Frcinh neropluno win. brought down iu mi encounter above Port de In Chuimie. west of Veidtiu, Mild another French aeroplane was brought down over ihe forct of Thierville, -otitliwi-t of Verdun. "On Mnv I Lieutenant lioelke hot dowu hi lilteeiiih ueropluiie over I'eper KltL'e. Siill'i o the fiiltre.H ot St NIkIihI Iii I l.iciitfiiiiiit 'i,n Altli.nw -Imt il" i I- liltli eiiitnv .ii i il,ui F NOItTil l.i vi v uhh l i .' The deinoi r.iiii ' lie toiiviiitloii Kiel lieie lod.i lo i opt ii plalfoi in elct delegates to Ii llitlioudl mil ventlon und a iiailonul coiiAnltw-e man. Judge T. m xtcKinney as I porary chairman was selected to de liver the keynote uddresa. A movement "to muke Willium J Bryan a delegate ut large to the na lional convention from Washington waa started by Uobcit Hrldges of Se attle. It la expeeted tlut when a reso lution to that effect ia presented it will be fought on the convention floor. ltefore the convention opened, ac- ruruiiii 10 rvj'uri, ii nau umu kutu ; to send twenty-eight delegates to Ki Louis with a hulf vote Da'lL Chicago! m 2 jZtito liitliar 8. Tuthlll in the Hi 'lit court fj'lu.t set aside bix reunt J clsloi Stjt f lit I S li I'lliv.ui nut I i' I I HIM . I! (fOllt in .ti 1 1 liUUL KHbUb "w RENCH LED VERDUN NT DECLARES BERLIN MAY AN OM WASH NGION W 'J. IHlii FATAL MTING PITTSB'RG MILLS Four Killed nnd Elyht Wounilctl When Mob of Strikers Attack Edgar Thomson Steel Plant Desultory Firinn hy Guards and Strikers Militia to Control Situation. IMTI'MUlid, Mny 2. Four men wu. killed and seven wounded when tin mull which luif been utttickiiig m.iiiiitiietiiiiiig plnnl in the Turtle tnik nml' Moiioiignlioliu vnlleys lb iniuhoiit the day. cliHrgeil the Thir i.u.Mi -t reel entrance nf the Kilgnr I lii'iii-'ni Steel compiiii.v's ilaut nt lli.iddoek llii- nfteruoon. flic not enilv tliis afternoon -till w i- in progress, de-ultoiv firing hv vmtnl nnd i inters being continued at the Thirteenth licet and Haltimore ii Ohio enlinncea to Ihe mill, where between (IU00 nml 70(111 men weie at work. The rioters weie being stendilv re inforced. From four to twenty per- sons now are said to have been killed, roue llodle- Picked l'i. Four (lend bodies hnve been picked up ubout the scene of the lioling nutl thirty -five wounded huve been ut tended by plivsieiaiis nnd liospitula thou far. Fight wounded were Inken lo the llrudilock hopital wheie siiigeons -u nl four might die. Among them were Frank Williams nnd hi wife, who were taudiiig in nu ill lev wiileli inu the lijjit when hit. 'flic mob which entered Itrnddoek miitehed l'iit to the tilniit of the sidlinu Steel I'oundrv eoninuv und foieing nu eutrnncu drove tint men (mm their maehines und smaslt eil wintlou and otherwise dnumgeil the buildings. They Iheu movinl on h eonl rneloi'- pliiul, where more ilnin nue wu done. Iml no one injured. I 'mil Ciniik. -aid to he one of the lend els, wn uric-led hv deputies und hurried tn jnil iu Pittsburg. WiiulovvN lleokeii, leader- of the erowd then le formed their lines nnd uptironehwl the MeYcv antl Walker foundry, where 20(10 men nre emploved. but the galea were sfummcil shut nml the crowd contented itself with hi diking win ilow. Tlie Xicboliison (liniii coniMiii,v mill wu next iite uud '2'dl woik men driven from the building-. More than a score weie -aid to huve been hurt am) considerable damage done. The mob then visited ii gin 1'uc.lorv at Kwiasvale. Ii swept through the gales with a ruh. Two hundred men, wotneu and boy employes were ipiiekl.v driven out. !'eMrt received hv the iiutlioiitie bcie this afternoon were that the mob was uiudc up itlmowi entitvlv of for eigner, iiihuv of them under the in tluence of liipior and armed with pick bundle. .Ulc for .Mllitis. Official of the American Steel &. Wire eoinpiiuv this iiftenioon npiwnl ed to Kheiil'f Kiehurd- foi protection lor their plant at Itiinkm mid Itrnd doek, new having reached them I but ummi -tiikcis from the Turtle Creek Millev, nnned with eluh and stone, were mnrchiiig toward the work. 'I'lie 1'iti'negie Ktci'l cinnmiy nlo n-ki'd lor pl'oteeliiili. client I Uieli.ird- .it mice dl-ualeh-ed ii t"i it il.iiiilii- in n-ist the ini'ii mi iliitv nml -,inl In wniilil take i i ll ' in ltd U lib tin ni III. if. TAX LIMITATION I'OU 11 M i. Mi J The lax limit. itlmi ,i i ml , i nt in (hi state ioiiMinitii.il v. J iii, v ill i. hiiliinlt ted to Ihe totii in t Nuveuilior through the Initiative .n completed and made puiilic in the Slate Tax payer' league toduv The meaaur was framed by a committee appointed gy the league um w is revised b former Governor WVm and lumen U K rr H provides that unlcs spe iifinlh mtllioruea , a maJoilt of iho -otcrg, liciiiipr tlie state nor roenik tn tUi' iiialilv d.stru t or other t ujv U all raise g gro'er an'OUut ot rt'tenjo for purMU" ntlter than the p iiuPt of lmiiileil Jnili'bteilness or trti ilnriiitt ibait Ihft total i u f io iftti'iiie at t U0 IN PROGRESS AT AINDMENI READY ITAFT OUTLINES NOB I Permanent World Tribunal Proposed to Settle International Differences Such as Are Settled Today by a Domestic Court on Principles of Law and Equity. NF.W YOUK. Mny a. -The world court, which Ihe world court eoti gres, in esion here, would create, wn outlined today iu nil address by William HnvvHid Tuft, honornry pres iileiit of the eougres. 'Hie aim of this propiMcd Hrmanent world tribunal, Mr. Tirtt eplnined. would be lo jteltle diffeituices, such n are sidtled UxIhv by u domestic nun t on principles of law nud erpiitv and u Ihey atiae be tween nn lions. Mr. Taft empliaixcd a tlisliiietmn Imtweeit inliitrHtions ami the si i ague t etl world court. "The general rule iu nHillrAthum that the decision is n eoniproiniae it n not clear-cut judgment on qtiea lions of law nml equity," the former prewident explniuixl. I'lnii I outlined, "I'lirlicM me not given their rights or subjected to their obligationa as fullv ami na completely a- they ought to bi, nml no they ate iu n iloinestlo court of law. "There ii not nnv lenson why, with respect to tpiestions of n legal nature, the tribunal between nation should not pm-sue thu rule of luw mid equity with the same degree of lldelitv a do doinestie eourl. "AiidtmlioiiH are genemHv miulo up tif temporary aihitratora. The lierwuiM are aelccled for (ho psttiou lar easo and this feature lemls ui porf to Ihe iliploumlie method of reaching a compromise conclusion." Illitsliatiug his idea of distinction between arbitration- and the prnos ed world tribunal, Mr. Tuft pointed out that the mic-tion of American ex clusion of umle-irahle im migrants might become a subject of arbitration but could never become one of settle ment hv a court of limited nature, "because our legal right jn-tifv the discrimination if we choo-e to make it." Would Avoid Win-. Similarly, Mr. Taft said, Mlilicnl question such na the Monroe doc trine, mi nut to he settled ns a mill lor of legal right, for iu this eB-e, "we eniinol claim it i a principle of ar bitration which we arc ucrting we ate merely asserting u jtohev which we deem necessnrv for our welfnr." .Mr. Tuft declared that hud a world court been in existence in 10 1 the issue of Serbia's remn-ibililv for tin killing of Ihe Aulimu crown prince and hi wife "might have been settled bv n hearing and decision." And the time In ken in the -uhiniiou of the iiutiover-v mid tin h 1 1 ' -s llld'jmeii' "nmilil dive : in i luli'f VV.l Iii .li v i lit ilu ni nl .i i RUSSIANS TO VISIT I HKKI.I.V. Ma : The ii.reen tatlves of tlie ItiiKshiii iiurlluinent who were invited bv tin iiiittsh gov ernment to visit Kiialaud and tlie Urltlsh front on the couttiieut have arrived Iu Stockholm. An Interview given by Professor l'aul Milukoff. leader of the constitutional democrats in the duiiia, given In a dispatch from Htockholm to the Oversea Agenc), SHS "I'rofessor Milukoff said the pur pose of the visit lo Kngland was lo Improve the relations between that country and Itussla, which had suf fered recently. A strong feeling against Kngland has arisen In Russia, causing open mlsuudersUndlug be tween these nations and tbe cancel lation of arrangements for further credits. " 'We must show them that Kng land 1 only fulflllluK her obligations when she assist witli mouey,' Pro feasor Milukoff tald. 'since Russia lias "Cut her whole army against the ciitoiy while no one knoiva where the Urltlsh arnuts vc fiMlug ' '! 1 Ii. 1. at WAMHSOTrtVi rtv S -T'lo nt-nl-il lirf.tJ,iiij iiTuit.t 1 11 id. 1 .11 Villi life t v n ' c I 11 1 I EN ,, l XO. n."i IFRENCH ME In Strong Attack on Teuton Position at Fort Dounumont First Line Trench 500 Meters Long Taken 1000 Meters of Trenches Taken at Dead Man's Hill. : 4. MAH3U1IXHR. Mny 2. A Hirthor roiitlugeiiL of Itinwltvu tiooiw arrived at this .Mcilltor- ranean port totlay. . 4. .5. 4. .. . 4, .;. . 4, ., . .5. . 4 I'AItl. May . -In n strong nt tack on (lorman positions southeaHt of Fort Doutituont, on the Verdun front, last night, the French capturod a first line (lermau tronoh fiOO tuotera long, the war office nnuouucod this afternoon and took 100 men prlsonor. West of the river .Mouse nollvlty of the arllllory continued through tho night from Avocourt region to Dond Man' hill. The war office also nuiioimced that Iu their attack nn April 29 and 30 on the north lnn of Hand Man' hill the French gnlnod German tranche over a front of about 1000 motor mid a depth of 300 to COO muter. I'iviuIi Htulcnieiit, The text of the itntoment follews: "South of the Somomn aurpriao at tack upon ono of our smaller posi tion In the region of Doinplcrrn won iiKHmaatuliy ropiihMKl by tho French fire. "In tho Champagne wo have horn Iwrdrnl aupply train of llpv onem north of the N'avarln farm. "In the Argoune a irrong aornmn reconiiMlssuiit'H ha been illttpented at a point north of IlaraMo. "Wot of the Weuse artillery activ ity continued last night from tho re gion of Avocourt a far a Dond MnuV bill. Oeiiumi Ti Cliche Titlicii "Further Information hrlug (o our knowledge that the artton conduct ed by u on the SStli and 30th of April on the northern slope of Dead .Man' hill resulted In our goltlng poaeeaalou of about 1000 motor of flrt poltlnu trench of the enemy for a depth of between 300 and 000 meter. "Waat of the Mouse yeaterday af ternoon French troop delivered 11 spirited attack southeast of Fort Douamont. Aa a result we oeeuplad a flrat Hue (lermau trench extend ing about auu meters and at the saint time took about too prisoner. "There have been artillery ex change In the Woevre " KEEP TROOPS IN W iii, M,,v 2.-The cab lint In ll 11 In nl i-lon toduv. llts-eu--iiur the (leiiui)u and Mexican pie-lion. Si-cretiirv lousing sgnl iifteiwiird that no teM were iu 0011 temphitiou to hurry (Jemmuy's jedy to his hid note on submarine. It is exitected tin week. Hecretarv linker uul he hud no new iiifonualion from lleueml Ki'ott at Juare. and did not know definitely when the next con ference with Oeuerul Obregou would be held. After the cuhiuet meeting offlcigjg reiterated there wan no change in thu plan of the American government to keep the trooiM in Mesieo until tit bandit were completely disperil. The first fighting in the Carrgusa eiirapmgn against Zapetu forceg in aoitlhcrn Meitico was reported tnly in stute dcMirtment diiuiehea. A eoiisidenible f'ariiiiin force altaeked a Zupnt.i b-nid ueer Arulpo, the wet cout cnM.rt of the i-tate of (luer reto, bin reults of the ongogcineuC were not inttvd. L'vltiii-o o jiinctem tccti ot t'arne and fiViulstufP-. dotipe ftr Uvnerot I'ir-'i&iy'- toioes ih rerMrtK( todnW limn ( liiim ilm.ij 1 iiv. These, vmrn wen 11..1 h -mi ii puvuto shippcr.j it I 1 1' ii GERMAN LINE VERDUN FRONT 11 UNI ALL BANDITSDISP ERSED eH '5 s"?