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Nightfall Witnesses Defeat of Another Attack by Rein? forced Southerners. DR. WU PROPOSES PEACE President Yuan Shih-kai Urged to Suppress Rebellion and Demonstrate That He Still Rules. inghal. July 2.Y -Despite the n*? made thi? afternoon for an arrr . ting was resinned ?it '.? ? -._ The southerners, r? ?. ?i to .*????? Cantonese and JOPO i In ??? ?.-?1 the ar ? feated, with ? ? (.ra: The forces at the mouth ? now Joined the toy ? te the large number of rebel re b-forcements, the attacha on the gr ? nisrht nnd to-day failed completely, and it was ? ? ren* e to-daj 1? tween l 'r, U'j Ting-fang, former Chinese Minis? ter to the I"n ' W* n othi r pro i n? ni rebel?, that a telegraphic i nt to - dent Yuan Shih-k Ing a negotiations The city presents an extraord i trance, v blaring on the i outskirts of the native city and thou ihlneee ?. : ._? campiiiK in the streets. Th. r..-?f ? croe ??' d a 11 -i foreigners watching the fighting. To? rchlights from th?> Etti wanhlps art trained on th-? (Tus H?9use and the ammunition mage It la rej-orted that the r?''?:- are falHiif? back throughout the Tang Tee Valley, and that th.- government 's upper hand, Th'- m- ? warship) Hampshire, and Monmouthshire, tin French cruisers Du] Monteaba, the Dutch cruiser Holland ami the Japanese cruiser Sums arrived to-d,: inded ft-?m the ? who Ulcer of the I is holding a meeting with the ?>th.?r foreign admirals to-night to dis? UM t'ie on. A : ?men it ? ? ted ai s l-risoi el "it fire to-day ami I'???' : g Tung K ?? I th* Instigator of the murder --t ; Gem }en ex-Mlnieter ? f ! who ? Mar. li. and whose taking off i for the pr< i bellion. Loo _ Peklni . Th lituai ? i unchanged to? day, ax?, ern fol ...... their rank The out? may in th<? commor? ? ;rge upJll | lenl Yuan Bhlh-kal to suppri ?m an?! demonsti t hs ^lus ? The reb??l leaders an lining ar half-hearted ofl on)) un- j noes. The < ippoaltlon ire s ' ?claim 1 ? their memberi ? ild the re? in collapse. Therel ? ? . on .era! Feng K wo-''hang, with five -_nd men of ail arm- S) and a a ; ; Bu >n- rai I 'hi H| HSUI und Genera; Chang Tsao- In,* i? i troop?, it is that r orcee will mai . .?-.ainsi the Bouthernera a ?'ing on t!.;?' citv from I.in Hua-ku. _ vernment has rCQIMStCd the le , agree 1 doml Wary na I their nationals BUS] - ???boring Chinee? Bend* .... ... . : rebela This i.? ? i at the .! . I :t Its reje tloo ls inevitable, owing to ccnfltotlni treattofl The exodus from th?? Chinese ell night was tren ? to a l --p-.it I ral, ''iien_ Chi ? ? t(,<?e< f-,- Who?? life I'rovls lona' Tuen Bbib-kal ha? pro ciairr i rard, in? i.-.' a th* ? hen unarmed ? i i admltieij to the foreign ??one? It i? i th? Standard < ?11 | ?'omr: t, ?Thick I ah on board, has been commande* ?UM rebels near S'i-?'how. ''anton. luly II - Seven of the south- . ? " ? b?nese provinces with a population ' bav? < ome to an agree rr,e?? fnr -oint ?ct!?.n agulnst Provisional lent Yuan Shih-kai and the Peking ccvernment. and beyond these the f Under General Lung in the Province ??f Kwani Ise with the moi * '?ne of the prln ipal ofBclale here as? sert? that there are millions of dollars In ti . und that the r?volution* arien Kill he able t" ?arr- or. the <am palgn for -i long time He declared that ?lapane?,?? w?-r? lending monej to sin the movement against Peking ? rig In other v. . ? -? arnoi ??eneiai In s I* POPULAR ONE-DAY OUTINGS Lake Hopatcong k git CVEOY SUNDAY ANO HOLIDAY HARD COAL NO SMOKE COMFORT Atlantic City 1 <>-morro**, ?Ira \\'.lin-_?l_.?. Jalj no )<> morrow, al?o ces Cft t ., ? " ? ? |.| st. r ?e a ?r. i ?. ? ? - ? ? -i. M. ? ...? A ? , }trg*y - i; a.?. ppron? HAIR BALSAM Cl<__>?. ?;,ii ???auf.il O.? halt pT-a-ot?? ? lor_rl?-t fowth. Vrrer tsils to B-*.t-re Ot_t Bair to It. To. thru 1 Cele*, Fr.renti b?t? f-illq?. <xi _r 4 |1 ?10 ?t , T?lJL-litr^_J, llshfd to-day -????er',?? that he desires the eetabliarmani ?>f ? genuine republic in China ard not a dictatorship M"r?*i-n Th? Tribune Hureau. 1 iraahlngton, July ft Aa far as Waah? Ington know.? no marines or ?jilors have been aenl to guard Um foreignera al Ku LinK. th? centra] China Bummer reeort, " are aeveral hundred foreignera gc ? i ti ?? Several daya ago the Amei ".vi Legation In Peling telegraphed to Admiral Nlchotaon, commanding tlie "ri''1-' ' aquadroi aaklng that a guaru ? nt t j Ku-Lrlng. Th' matt? waa taken up at thia md by thi State and Nav*. depart menta Thi Sa * Derart? ment telegraphed Admiral Nlcholaon to ui-e his discretion In the matter, but he haa noi ? ?*t ri poi ted that he haa . om plied with the roqueal of the legation it ie th--.iii.-ht here that the mai li ? '.t without delay, aa thi I? gatlon, 's alwaya careful of the auaceptl? I Of the ?hi?ese, would not ? - -?*? aendlng an armed A metical force Into Chinea? territor* unleaa there was real necesait) for doing bo Admiral Nlcholaon reported t" the Navy I '? l,i: tnie.it to-da* t|,;,r. the siM-M.n.i ?it ? ~ .. waa qui? t ? ?th--- ?. ??.. the goi - eminent waa without i. wa of thi itton it i.?, e.ot belleved that i?, China will be endan -' ? ? during t ? revolt . *.- . pi perhaps?. In '??.late.) placea, Where irre tible natlvee make attacks T are enough fon '-'? troO) l h --i t-. af ..it.' protection to gl\ (he prr. orelgn c-entr? s B* a dea .-? iar_.' number of gui I distributed throughout the rivera and along ? ? ? ? . reuular | wu?a ..f f. ? ? . s ;.t varloua p"i ?t.? Vmertcan squadron ha? an e\t noi ' irgi numl ? ? Inea Two ? ' ? ? i th I'nlt? ?1 St.n. s ln ?anti. . numbering more than .? thou ? ">?? ? Tlei Tain, and then i rd <>f mor?- I han three at )'? kin? if neeessan It ? ?fossil li t.? lira? ??n the Philip ' > ''"' an <- . 0f marinea ? ? TROOPS LEAVE PEKING Well Equipped Army. 30.000 Strong. Starts for Pu-Kow. ??' ' Northern China .-md M ??? hurla non havi aenl ever) at. ithward, aaya - diapal ?" lia Peking ? ?it. "I'toir. ?' .* hr. |k," thi I ? kins ha* resounded - rrlson n gimenta marched out t ? entrain for Pu-Kow, twi ni - oi Infai ti li batteries .?f modern qulck-flrera, four two i aglmenta of talla making tl ? thousand ? ombatanta. ranapon alumna de go. i therefore eatl? ' '? that this an. ?thai r* at Bu? .... ? a.? e? Went In the equip? ? ' ofti. . rliiR -.f ? ?-..f o-. ?.. igemi n*.s, and tha Nanking f. 'Irrates ? ? *t r a i. ' ? |fl test. Bg fo.r | It la I ell? ? . rill a >.i ill the u kSung forti ,mo attempt : : ? Ir prom] ?? I ran noi obi irate Information fiom the .'.one. ? . . Kling - and mom . loj ed to ci experta Inion that ? ' fortnight :n throwing awa ?-;,.??. Had they aelsed iht ptly. my, the powei ?.f the nav) wi ild r? _.t ? ; bul poor i een frit'.- i ??m?- and ? ? in Peking thi ampaign .i?.-a,- i | ? K w.. Ming-ta | I) Is of tha Bei ? I The Procuratoi Oeaera announ ea that len? ? | - ? B ithern arm). ami i?i I .n -i ,t ? m?- hit ' ? ? are . ? , . llonary i it is persistently rumored her? Japan la partially n k the Sixtt Kumamamoto and another division. No m of l i ol talnabli J. rreel ting Imply oi ,, ?H.. ' -? . It nia foi it.? grt ai mil :? being andan e FRENCH BUDGET VOTED Expenditure of More than $1, 000,000,000 Provided For. Parla, Joy 2c. Tha Chamber ol Depu? ties to da) voted, b? IM u ?. the budge! ! .] been f?>r thirteen in-,nth- under dll I ' '? ' -mhi t end th.? Senate, n will, howevei taki < Cow dgya longer before the t**" t-,. i? sch an agreement on earioua mln ?? , notai I) regardli i an ? -, ? dmenl Introd iced h th? ?-'?- l*?iat dos Lou la Breton, and accepted ?,. , i* nance a hiel ..,.,-,i thi- -nomina I'nder thla swieml meni all the dl?tposillor ma??? In the al now voted er* t.. be madi .,?*?? also t?. thai of the forthcoming .? which will have the effect of redu big Iba di' _?-i'?n of the UU-'ll budget by one-thtrd, The budget just ?rotad provldea foi ibe expenditure of some |-??m-.i??. but fur? ther expenditure tot.'. I Inn.* **?-?\ ' ? ' ? " * ' bail t./.en withdrawn from it? provtMona un der ihe f?>i m of apecipl accc ml fo : \li,,o.?o and otter affairs, ?,'. that 'n" i real aapandlturea are eapected t.. ? a total of a little rnere than H,????.??"??' . . ? CHILD PROTECTION CONGRESS Condemnation of Sections of Ghent Fair Arouses Protest. Bruaeele, July -?', The first Internation? ;,i congraaa for Ihe ?Protection "t Child? hood opened to-day i - - thla clt) II Aed, h oftietnl delegates from thirty? Htion?, who unanlm?**ual) <i<-. Men ..M , ti? creation "f an International office In ii:. ........ where the work <>f all nal . . entred \ storm ef proteel haa been raised In I the artlatk world by the pastoral lett-r j Hinned i>> cardinal Mercier, Primate o< im, and the ?Belgian blahopa In which ibe prteatv, th? principals of achoola and nar**nta an ("orbldden t?? rlali a nunv - - tlona at the Ghent Eapoaitlon, ding tboea d?a*.oted to the in? art?. the library ?f englratrlng and dreaarnak? Inc ?ito >tter urgea ?'? aaralng agalnal ti??* ??on i dangera attend, nl on the an m,-nis usai lo the va..itl.?ti - a- II and Mpecla i ondemi s moving pi. t ,r? show v ? BEQUEST TO THE KAISER. ..,, , lm Jul? a Kmi" roi ?v UMam waa notified to-day ?thai be would beneflt to the ?xt.nt of BnMt? b) th? will ol Her? mann Knorr. wh-. recently died _t Plauen and bequeath?? his entire eatate t<? hi? malraty. ?POUCE HERO II SUDE I _ Dougherty Holds Cahill's Deal Was His Own Plot. ONCE OWNED THE PISTO i Coroner's Physician Bcliev? Patrolman Was Temporarily Out of His Mind. The auhatitutlon of a s itc f murder In the rase of Patrolmj John Cahill, whoee ?bod) ?araa found la Monda) morning lying In front <>r ? Matth* w '? Roman ? 'atholl ? bun h, Brooklyn ?raa th? feature of the rep? which Deput? Commissioner Doughen aubmlftcd yesterday at the conclusion th* ?reek'i work on th* n killing T ? sensation which th* nee twist r* a*? -i in po 1* ? ? Ircl* 8 wi further emphasised last nighl bj snoth* report from Or. Charlee Wuest, ti coroner's physician, who plainly concui ?? i ? tbeorj The family of th* dead pair man wei :.i i bltti r frame of mind last nigh! sn boflv .tenir.I th- i OMi 4111 ' l| his ,.kii Uto, i m the other hunt!, tl i-oii-??? st .- k to the story thai ? 'ahll tomporaril* oui nf hla mind from ?it mestl* and other worrj rarefull) plo ted hla own death and arranged ftti tant .for t?i? |.urpo? <-f assuring I ,. : t of hi Insu ran**e. ? '''nu : >-? -ii__ri . rtv hese - ?.i?- ?us principal)) on the fn* thai ti'< "io police revolver found braid ? "I pal roi.'i ti- ? ?.s formerl th man's own property, end thai th* bull? which killed him came from Ihl ... thsl the limn ? foui near th? d "-r nn?i w ? h wa ? -?-? ', ? ?? ....... i - .. ti-.. purgli r .,-.... from " h rman's own atotton houoe, whera i had been tak?*-i more I folio? Ing Its 1 ? . ? . .-, i i must ten net I? thst C? 111 us? heighten t1?.- robber) theor. ? inree on which ?he hu? ridel theor) is found* ? ?tous: of Cahill in fairs, var'i.iis financial ire i??"- s of rhargea of mis* ond?* t tore to be carried tu h* . ? i? prol ? ? . menta ; ? ? ? ,?i ? which mlghl hat a caui I to lain ? n llf? i ?- ? 'harl* ? w u< at, th? ml ride of th* head a a the ear. takIm ? . righl aide of the hes ? If ? ahiil had been a l?fl ere ? ould !"? i ? ' Intent and l would not hav? hei let* I that he thai Die sh?.t w.-is Brad by (.'?hill was produ ? ? sont* r.n? ele* dered h< afore the 1 fired Into I posit Imposai ' ' mdltlo of the ? ... :? ? . ? ?pot I ? it one e< RUMANIAN ARMY A PAWN Austria and Russia Use It to Stop Greece and Servia London be important de* - Me Balkan ??' ? ri'.n was a Austria i ?Belgrade, l rsssl heetllll ? itta a warning thai Austria ta ? ? ? lo be toe humiliated, It vu ?It < . ? ? -, . ? and Bervia atlll op* poa? ;, :. -.,(-. m.?ni.?i. irmj . ' \ -ti i.i and Bui ? ttack Bofla and thai Austria ?rill tak? even more ?nergel to stop th? ? ar. Shi true that Aust Bussla have tn.is agre* op?r?t* th?- pressure eai r ?? ibth i * effeetlv e in the militai, sphere the principal ?eiv?. la thsl th* Servian? have invested the sn? 1er,i foi tn *?? si , Mtsi I - ? ? OB i h?- I ?anub.-. US .-i, of M- Igrad? Th- fan ..f the fortri - --i -.!,?.? ong I ?? d< ila ed. in fa* t a Belgrad? dlepetch reports tfiat Genera? KutuntcheflTi r.!'? iiir?-iid'. are begin? ning to aoirender V'ldln widen has * population o? li.SN will i->- Benrla'a big t. ? -? , : ? i !n?_ th. Ko newe wes re? da) from the Turkish ?Id? lut II I?? r? i?-it.-.i I the Porte ha? ordei*ed thi mobtllMtlon of .i ?.... am.-. . oipa In Asia MIno GREEKS STILL FIGHTING Macedonian Town Burned? Armistice Is Rejected. Boda. Juli .'? Th. Itnportanl town of BauekOi I? Maeedonla, where am*?? ?? sn mlsslonarl* ? itabUshed a large set? tlement, haa b?ren buriMd b) the Oraek troop? ..--"i-lu??; i" an olBctal Bulgarian i ?pol ? i- . ?i Juli i.'. ?I:.-.., e ??lid .-? t,, ,!,,?? both deflnltel: ?? I* - tod the Bu man?an propossl foi th? conclusion of .? pi,,-, donsl ai m Btlc? dui Ing th? coi fa ?nee ai N ah The two governraonta they ?-an on i con??nl tn ti.?- cessation of hostlUties sftei Um aignatun <>f sn ai misiles and of p* s? t prt Im b trie PASSES THE RACING "BUCK" District Attorney Wysong Gets a Letter from Albany. Aloen] ; "" Is respectfully ?rested thai you follow anj legsl niothod '.,:" within 'our discretion .?,,,, (-m t,- ?-ft?-..-tiv ?? to clos* the raes track ' ?_,, ,..-,, | lett.r -eut m-day by Vnlen ,?,,,. -|-.,- or. counsel to Ctovernor Bulser, to i ?bar lea N W ?ong, District Attorney r.f Kaxsa.?nt: . .n which the ?Belrnon! Park race track la located i | i, tt. ? vei s reply ta n oommunlra? tin,, dated Jut) to, In which the District Attorne) reported thai "no additional ev ,.lene. has be? 11 presmfed tO me ??111? e inv letter to y?'?1 of July 3." an?) gsksd "What nieth'i'l would you Suggest that ??.?? nursut m ordei to close the traeht" a PERUVIAN CABINET RESIGNS. i.iii.i*. Jul; ? 'ii"* Peru-elan Cabinet, Which ??SB ioriiir'i .Ii.i.e 17 with Dr. Au? relio BOUM as President and Mlnlafr of IhS Interior, resigned to-day. HOWARD ELLU >TT. HOWARD ELLIOTT HEADS NEW HAVEN * ..til .tin?,I (rom nr_t page ? \> m?' ? -.f the snt -,.,, lAhii?' Hi. president of each company sh?.?iid '-?? the op* rating hi ad, aul ordlnate to the - bairman of th. board of dire* I i To i ira m-.?if ion a . hat ge In II rs mus? i-e mad? ahlch ? oil.i m I ? ? stated me* ? ng "f th? boeird in <?- toner Th' . gig* ri- ;. ? . f ti:. te a- tlon. toe WOUld ?' WhlU the ? ire being n. id* a ? i. ?. !? ? Il '?? ? u? soon a i - man of th?- i oard .?n t th* p? ait Ion ?ient ahouhl be tille.| by one a ,'??????'!.,-? . . r ring thto recommend further i ? ??? th. board that Mr !.. ? " ? ted 1 ?' ? :?' I ".?.. s . ?, '?? thai Mj s poadl ?i-nt of ti,. s* s Tori Mew Hs en ?t _ * -* i t?' ? dl the Ken H ? ? eme of n id? 1 lie* ,t "to. Mu.m. i - of ? . r> an?l '! ' ' .m' ns secret a of i I 'i i ,.t ? n . k Haven ? Hartford act il n l .?. M ,-?-.-. ? ? ni- ' -a ho ahall ? ? :> of pr?t tirai exp* i>,il reaponaibilll v?.. i n ? ' . and that i" .il ..ft*. '.i.?i ' '! ? ? ' ? ,|.| ..f Ui '???? ny th* -1 .?il i ? ?.'?;?' i.-'i a p* ??-.,.. n o? i - e? t.e: ? ' . .'. U le' VA .h '??[.lie ?iie ill.p.. un?) the hIi a reh?>i le 1 s. ?ni. . futur* p--. :.?- founded snd il ? ??? ? ittve end const ? run In ordi ' retahila the "!?? ration of th* r* . ? . rrtle? Th. mid ? hali man aha n alao b* i ha ?? ma n - I da of i h- s.? ?ral - ?-i i f ?a ? ?? i.fib er of trie entii ?? ????:. n, ? -i i,,,? ii ? !? gal organl ntton of tin lern be simpiiflsd snd that effort b< mads b ? ?' ) in* I.oil K it l> the BO* ein-e s' . ..nf. : ? ? me uniform;!) In thi lawa throughout the * ? r I Mi..?.' affecting '!?? ? ? lie? " .i i- Morgan ? I oat tatbt - v?.,- prim i pall) ln?ti ?.?mental In lb? ?lection of j . - Mi Hen thi n bead at th* . rn pa* IB* to lb* *Veu Hai ? n, n*aa I of tin ni?' i.n?- oui of th? dir* ? toi i room .'?i Hi? Grand < entrai Permlnal. Mi Morgan ihre? ip hla hand- wb ? ,,?Ke.i t,, ?. ;, aomethlng of tlM futun ? ' ,. s ?if t ii? I ?...? i ? \,,. thai i up i-- M? i:iii"tt f.i ta t. inhel !" IM .III??.". " ?.s iiiiam Ito* kef* Her. i i ompan ed Per* - i;.? kefellei lefua* d to ?talement Bo also d d Mi M? II* ??. ?'?" ?_.,?. prweenl at the board me* I to ii!?? poli, v of silence, me retiring execu? tive Issued a statement In which h* rlined t.. ?eii of ins connection with th* load "i hia Intentions for the future II hts rooms u the Belmool Hotel Mi BlHotl _i ? out .? st Inted Btetem? nt. It I sal?) In part "I realise full well th- burdens and re j aponrdbllltle? thai must l"* i irriad '?' ,,.,,i ?xfouUv? In theee da?, i - I ee ?plea relationa between the government, ihe puMtc, ?bleb mum he aerved -.?!??!? end res sons hi] ? lb? o?mera and ?mi i rho muai receive,fail lreetme?nl and ?-??m p?n?ation for then- Investment snd labor In their effort to produci the aervlc* th* i ibHc demands, and the p?rese, wblcb U such a powerful InflUCn*''? in B I' an- ins th* aelfgre Of Ihe rounlrv l.v i-reatliii* ri sound public ??pinion ? No board "f directors an-i no railroad executive can conserve railroad ssr without being prudent and fan them ?? .s god vviu.f.,,1 fair and reasonable treatment and support of governmental bodies Bo far as I have the sti.iiKth I ahall warft to have th?- -am- kind of re? latlona i t\?cen the Sen Rngtand linee and the governing bodies, the public, ? 1 :? - pr?S?a 'he employes and the ?inner- ?'rlt! clsm Is expected an?l fair ?-nth-Ism ?i?>,. . good. 1 lhall have i.r*i. i ", m BcStM N?"' Haves anl New V??rK Mr Bltott arhC Ifl still president of the Northern Pa. Ill?', .-aid h- did ti??t knowl who his suc-essor in that position roUld . . ? cm? i?.]i Un. N lay a fee da] lo thla i It) h. will arrant to ? Ind up ? " ? ..r his present ?? - -"on nnt'l Be| - I HI ? ? ? f the Sa Ught, Will not for. \ir Mellei ? ? ? ? Iln rat? aa It wi i thai thi on th .-?i vit h i nt of l ? -1 Billot ? ' ? iorthern I foi Pies Haven ? Hartford Belli id Interest locally ???t - ? r to M ? -'.-nt!?. name ' M Hannaford, second vlci I ..... third ? i ? NEW HAVEN* STOCK UP Gain of 2 ? ., Points Due to Con fidence in New President. , ah < ???.??? ' election aucceo of th .-id.. kn-.wn In Wal .-. I .a of th f i . , rttis i ? - gen will | ? ? ?? In tii ad of tin ?vt See ? ? it frli ft Elliott wa ?? thi i , .? : ? Haven bank ? of th?j and dur a?. Intrenched hlmaell ? , A .*-? ? h ?. ? .'* e ELLIOTT A HARVARD MAN Succeeded Mellen as Head of Northern Pacific in 1903. Howa . st. ppitift into thi ? ? noa to fin He was i oin in Sen rk i ltj. i '??? eml ? He ? is a civil i nglneer In I? lentlflc Bi Harvs ? -lty ?? summer of I lia hi work? rod man on ths Chicago Burlington * ? he tx the sa alii "a?i irilngton, loara - i on .* ?.? m- ? Hi asi _? ? ra freight agei the Iflsaouri Unes of the ?.'ht'-a.-.o tot llngton & Quiney la i*?1' Ha was ? -,??.!nf? rl neneml manaser of the same lir in ISM He waa elected second *>i' lent of the Chicago, BurtliiKton (Juin? y In 10?t? 1 and placed in ? the nil!.'?'nan?*e ami operation of all 11? c,' th<- Burilngt? r. In addition ?o heme president of t Northern PadftC, Mr EUtOtl Is pn llda - ? , to corporations: Minnesota <<_ Inte national Rallwa) Company, Clearwal Bhort Une, v?sj*hlng.on ?- Columti River F;all**.t_. Company, Manitoba IU waj ' Minneapolis Terminal !_? any and a.number of short linea He la also .. director in the F*ir Kational Bank of st. pi .' n- waa married In st f.ou:s in i?92 Janet .lanu.ir? He ts one of t , erseera ef Harvard Cnlverstt) and is member of the Amen?,m Bociety of Cli i .nu'?" era I ! woe In st ra'ii i? Ho. MS Bummll svepje MAY EXTE_ND GRAND TRUN Providence Looks for Buildin of Line There. H T>'ieer_pl) to Tl??* Trihii < Providence, July Si The boutheni Ne Kngland Railway Company has notlfl? the 'it\ of Providence that it la ready i lay il i alia :i ; ortgii ally planned, r.-mie. whenever the cltj can fui nlsh the gr ide Tin notification has led clt) ofBciala ' believe thai the Qrand Trunk will mai tl ? atensl.if Ita llm here after all, a though V'lce-Prealdent John s Murdoc .? ?? tl .t he doea ti"t believe that thi ? a that th?* general eonatruction I to he recommended ..t the present tin* I m that "i. la) ing of the ralla la ? ? a . ommodate the clt) II til ted tha ? work will "..? 1150.00?. end will glv irves and do? l<s ;.( ..n .f. Chamberlain, pr?sident ef th Grand Trunk Railway, Bays that it alwa*? has i?>-ii the Intention of the r?.,-id to con ptete the lin? .is soon as the financia itlon would permit. MT. DESERt'bARS AUTOS John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Lead Fight Against Them. : By Telegraph to The Ttibana Bar Harbor. Me., duly '_.">--At a spe i la] meeting to-da) In the town o Mount Deaert, ? aliad for th.? purpose o voting whether automobllea were to b admitted, ?h?* automobiliata lost by hi verwhelmlng majority, the rote belni 1 _".?'_ to 18. Prealdeni Ellol of Harvard, John v Rockefeller Jr., ami John llelcher lei ottagera oppoalng automobile* Mr. Rockefeller aald he brought hi here to get away from auto mobllee, and il would be ?? gr??at dctri ?.. ha ?? them admitted Mrs Mar.-is a Hanna, uh.> llvea at Baa Harbor, ? d them. i Th?- tOWnahlp Of Mount r>esert ?n Hortheaal Harbor, -?oenervUlo titter Creek and Seal Harbor, and th? t?n\n ..f Mount Deaeti :s tli?* only on? ? n the island that bun? autocnobllea. At the aacne meeting II was voted tt allow .*5'mii> for repairing the automobil! fn?m the Kd>*n line through Mouni Deaeri to s uthweet Harbor. EX-PRESIDENT ARRESTED A. B. Leguia. of Peru, Sent tc Penitentiary at Lima. July 25.? Augu-to B bagula. for? mer Prealdeni of Peru, '?nd his s-on were 1 ..'. . a 1 '.- BMMTntllg and S'-rit to i ? the renillt ?>f ?. eraona being wounded by ahotsfrom ? ?? a ado* ? md not at their r? - I ? a 'when a erowd threatened to att.,.-.. tl ? r. i ?,- h t The I " lUSed a . '?at sensa? tion her?*, and will ?.robably brlmt about .? ministerial <*t lata EXPLORERS "NOT SAVED Dispatch as to the Schroeder Stranz Expedition Erroneous. Christiania July ?"> -Tha meamer Which arrived to-da/ rgen sratei - *hat the elees dlapal li aenl by the * eaael itlng that Lie ? m/, th.* missing ' lei man ad been ret led, was ? It was ne officers of the rea? .????i that the dispatch aenl from the Oroe ? K irfdral a*aa baaed on g tumor, for ? raa no foundation whlrh was ? ?i tip off Spitsbergen. They added that the wir-l*???? til Bant ?'?*> a rumo' aiid thai " evIdenU) had b?*?-n mut fi"in a rumor to a atate im nt '?: fa? t BEEF LAWS IN ARGENTINA. Muen.i A y rea Ju. ie committee of the Argentina Chambei ..i" Deputlea In? ?*.. m of ? hilled n ? i -,? decided to II for th> ? .?i of ti list?.. ftltol I er for the I ? | ..-*., - . tic 'i .rgentlna ? dei Ina ?'"' official in?4 nr, Into t hi nt? i nal meat I HI ARBITRATION President's Mediation Board Meets with Success. SO SAYS MIDNIGHT REPORT Managers Withdraw Some of Demands When Conferences Here Reach Crucial Stage. The Hoard of Mediation and ?otic i na? tion appointed by President Wilson and the eonferon* ?? OOmSSlttee of managers of railroads and representatives ?if trainmen and conductors conferred long and ardu? ously yesterday and last night in an ef? fort to settle the differences between the forty-three i;astern railroads and th. employes of the road? Shortly before midntrht one of those who had been In attendance at these con? ferences sajd imilcattoiis were favorable for n settlement of the troubles l.etwee-i th.- men and the railroads by ..rbltratlon. if this is accomplished the ?luttes of the mediation board will have been aueceaa fullv completed, as the root uf the differ? ences between the roads and the _0U* ?lu? tor.? and trainmen has been their Ina? bility to agree on arbitration It was aald "ii r.'iable authority that the alleged .ureenrnt to consider arbl tration as a means of settling the dlfn w?H.s made poostMs by the action of th? railroad managers, who were said to have recodad fr?-m their origina! attltu'I? toward the men and withdrawn several of their demands. It is believer) a compromise has been effected whevebv the managers concil? iated the trainmen and conductors, who haw stood "pat." The first of the conferences took plaire In the mointng, at the Hotel Manhattan, between the Hoard of Mediation and l'un (dilation, the conference committee of the managers of the railroads, and the committee of twelve, representing the men. The mediation board consists of Will? iam I_ea 'hambers. chairman; Martin A. Knapp, assistant chairman, and <>. W. W. Hangar. Another conference between the media? tion board and the railroad managers ? "k plai-e at the Manhattan In the morn? ing, between 10 o'clock and 12 3<i None of those In attendance would disclose whit took place In the afternoon the board wan In con? ference with W. ?i Use, president of the. i rammen s organization, and A F Gar ratson, president of the conductora' brotherhood. They were closeted In the me.-flng room for two hour?, Again at S n ? :,n:k laet night the boer. and the railroad managers met, fol? lowed by another conference between the mediators and <.-?rrotson and Lee Lee ?.-?Id he and ?'iirretson w-oul-l confer with ?lie b- nrd atrsln this morning. TVith men appeared in good sp-lrlta. although they wer?> a immoned from their beds to at terd the .--?r/erence. The committee of one hun.red, repre?j sentini; the men. held a conference In the*! morning at the Broadway Centra! Hotel, vvi- .'?arretsc-n and I?ee In attendance. It wa? said .the majority of the men were imiatlent of the long delay, and demand? ed definite action one way or the other by Sunday. Mr Hangar yeaterday aald the eltua tl?n between the roads and the men had reached "the crucial ?tage." Tr.Ia Is taken to refer to the withdrawal of the demands of the railroads. The last conference of the night be? tween the board of mediation and con? ciliation and the conference committee of managers began at 11 dl o'clock and lasted until half'an hour after midnight Mr Hangar, who acted as spokesman for th? niedlat'-rs. said the conferences would continue to-dav. beginning at !? ?.'?lock In the morning, when the mediation board and the railroad managers would meet at the Hotel Manhattan. At 11 o'clock the representatives of the men will cnnfer with the board. Nothing definite was ac comptlehed a' 'he last meeting between the meillators and committee of man? agers Mr Hangar said. SCHOOL FOR LONG BEAOH Election on Proposition to Buy 8its Carried by 39 Votes. ' B) T?,?r*e.ph M The T??hune ? Long Beach, I?ong Island, Julv **.?? sp?.-ia' ele.-tmn was held here to-day or. th.? propooitton to purchas* ten lota from th? I.st.-ten of I_?>ng Reach for |_f>.?"**>. and t.. erect a S+i.OtAi school bvi?ding on UM plot The propoeitloa was carried by a ma lorlty of *?_ Inusual Inteteat was ehow-n in the election. J. ('. Hammond, a_?a1st ,.nt -ee-etarv to the Democratic National I'omnrttee m the last PresPlential elec? tion, led the forces 1n favor of the ip. propriattoa Mis Rramwe:i .Minnie Se ffl -i. mad? an active ramp.-iir-i SgallMt the pevv seho?'?! The new sehoivl building will l? <>n I'trk ?-tree* an?! llagBMdlO BOU* levai'd Arrive? to-morrow Arri??M to-morrow . Arrives to-morrow 8.54 A.M. P?S:CL? .5*00 A.M. evel_*,nd Rochester The Pennsylvania Leaves to-day? ? ? ? a i.eaves io-aa Limited ??-___* 3as p. M.