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WILL MEET OBSTACLES Bryan May Find It Difficult tc Negotiate Agreement Such as Japan Desires. WESTERN MEN AGAINST IT Fears That the Tokio Govern? ment May Have Misunder? stood Some of the Secre? tary^ Representations. 'From Th? Ttihune Bureau 1 '? -' ? F'urther confirma? tion from the nlKhf.it author.ty of Tin? . ?? dispatch telling of the; ?. _ ? ''?"a ? omms ? .;?' treaty States am! Japan as Ills JspsnSQS cuTi ?1.1 to-day. As told bj The Tribune, the ?rst r-ux turn of the negotiations rotary of state, but th?' Foreifc: Tokle has sccedsd to is t.? MgOtlatS a I taks th': plac? of the convention s ?;i? h Users ore .???> eral ills? I : ict Interpretation - Dees ths sil ration, how? ever, c 1(0 KB] early settlement ?. as Japan Insists that the ne?' tr> . |? ?? S to 'he Japanese, in unrr.istakab.e terms, ail ths rights e.n Othst aliens. It is ?.!< ?ioubtful that Secretary Bryin will be Ible to negotiate a treaty containing sny iu?*h stipulation!?, <va Secretary Knox en rountercd almost .insurmountable obsta? rle? :n pe: itctiiiK ?h? 1SU treaty, or that the Ser.at? would confirm such a conven? tion were .t negotiated. It :.- i?.: tool a certainty that the Sen? ate h Iron the Pa ' . I 6tates could muster eunuch opposition to prevent the on of a treaty Riving the. Jap? anese mire liberties than are afforded by onventton. Thla te Indicated ?ppositlon to the renewal of the DttOO with Japan. Sen? ator *?\ orks and others effectively Mock? Ing su .' .on The Foreign OftUe at Tokio sees In th? to negotiate a new treaty an >-nt of the lalifoinia OOBtro provkUng that Secretary Bryan ? ike good his assurant-?..- i" Barun Cl Ihda, the Japanese Ambassador. that tlM proposed treaty would eliminate "f the present contention v subject to debate Japan is willing to waive the points of dispute in ng controversy if ths new treaty : Isht of Japantre tu owe and lOBBS land :n any state or nltsd Btatss In wnicn . privilege is accorded other foi ? - dune with the Web! - Bloodgool aiiti-alnn land ownership law y of the negotiations for ?? oee t : ? ?it > has not developed, el* ' ...;?.-?? In ?'ali red to test ths constitu? tionality of the a?-t as soon a.- there is a I ni? h to carry th' lOSUS ?rts. it is not believed that Se? - : slon of as that would he a repudiation of SttltUdS that > altfornla has IStiSlBllOn not iti furthermore, it ?? ? . man.tamed that the treaty of IM1 has not been Il .?-orne reason to fear that the end Ins g"vern ment have ot Beere tary 1.:;. ans verbal repr?sentations, * ? ? : n the an It tter have, ai Ita.-- , . . : ed by John n it is. b< <-d from the ? than an Impose I tins administration is prepared i treaty, which by its terms ? alls preclude any dib crimin.-i? ? ? Uve Jap? ? ? ? .tribute to racial ] POPE WAIVES PROHIBITION Permits Certain Italian Catho? lics to Go to Polls. L?After ths fall oi me Power, the l'"i" Issued an or* Iding l a: .t Italy '?- ; ? al ele? tloo I or ? . ? m fi at ths MM gem ?? red th? problM :. constituencies where Catb ' d anti-clerical Bo? '??? ? had been e rumor Is ci ..i ? \t ?? ? would i-? waived Blss In the ? Bbbm The \ ?t? re Romano," in a?? ?. ?i to-night, an? ti it the Catholics of Room wtu not go ; Ko n .' ? ? r.ce Is maa? ?o ot*..-. , i.r-s pf Italy, o A. BENSON CALLED HOME State Department Has Ques? tions Regarding Wheeler Case. --. Mesad secretary of Embassy here, Alexander Benno? . leaves bore to-morrow for Amerl a in reply to a summons from the Stute DopsTtsioal to answer in?iulries In . ;,orteil alienations the sscretary of Of SbUStng th" dlphMBi tic i to the free importa srtlclsa 1,1 ''? ? . while Arthur Hugh Krazier, ^'on? - Ht Vienna, arrived ?o *?*?>' te take charge until Ambassador Thon...a \. knot FotJO, who is now In Lea lomatic dutlei to has be??n ??used In the 10 colony It. Home by the affair. s PRESSURE PUT ON TURKEY French Government Imposes Conditions for Placing* Loan. 1 '? t ': "L'intransigeant" to-day **9* H leerns Turkey has bee? Informed ' Front i Boveramenl camwl Ha? rass ths projected IM.OW,eM loan t?, th? '?rkisti Rovernmeat until the pressai ?T.-ro-Tnrkish Biffete?ees have been set This attitude of fTSPOe. the BOWS? Paper beUevss, Wlll kORRom a solution Of n?* dSflSerous sltuatl?,n and will remove ? ;? to psees la the Pathf** --??? SHIPPING SPLIT COMPLETE. ^'?'etiieii, o,t 2. The renunciation of th? ''Orth Atlat.tl. pmnajprw pool by the ?anib'irg American and North Denies 1^'1 'i"e* incl'.U.??. all asre?m?nt? rOBB* t-?elr quota,* of cabin pa?stmaers. LAST VIEW OF THE CULEBRA CUT BEFORE FLOODING. P.iMt'.grapli ibows deepest lection of canal, at GoJd Hill. In the distance two ilidei arc m?eetmg on floor of waterway. _._ i BODY LYING IN MORGUE MAY BE THAT OF BARONET Englishman in Paris Found Un? conscious Apparently from Ether Drinking. ?Hv CaMe to Tn? Tribun? 1 Pan?. < >ct. 2 ?Th* body of an Eng? lishman, apparently about twenty-five y?ars old sad believed to be S haronet. Is lying -it th?- morgue to-night, await? ing ill--ntflication and an ?miuiry into the ein ea of hia dt Th?- dead man had luxurious spart? menta In the Roe As la Rochefoucauld Ether drinking ?? aUe?ged to be the cause of death, lie was found uncon? ?dotlS in his rooms and died in the - ItaL ? EMPLOYERS OBDURATE IN COTTON DISPUTE Lancashire Spinners and Weav? ers Face a Lockout Affect? ing 850,000 Workers. H-. I . t I? to Th? Tribune.) I.onion. ?Oct .'1.?There ?ras no change rdaj In the serious position of af? fairs In the Lancashire ootton trad?. The determined attitude of the employ? era is a^am emphasised In s statsment mad?- by Bir Charlea Manir.., prsaidanfe of the Psdsratlon of Ifaater ?Cotton ?Spinners' Associations, ?rho declsrsa that, while the masters are the last people to ?ji-sir?- a lockout, they wni close their mills if the men at Hoitnn ?Jo not return to work. Mr. Ma? ara as perts that this ia the gravest rnatt-r that has .-risen for many years that h? has never seen the membera of the federation so determli ? The sffst t of the lockout at the pr?s? ent tlfll" Will l?e t.i thr?'\V OUt "f ?III ploymeni 300,000 ?arorkers In the milla directly affected, while <.r?<M<<?i i? of (he trade a ill be rendered idle ?rhen ?the supplies of yarn an exhausi The auggestlon made by Mr. Ifacars that the train*, al ?the ?Beshlrs mill at ?Bolton la due to th?- sinister Inflm of Byndicsllam la repudiated of the Amalgamated As.?...- la. tien Of '?i?'rati\e Cotton Spinners. Who maintains triat trade unionism alone has Influenced th<- men and that the situation :?" rsry larg? |y du?- to the fail- , ure of a aumbtaT "f the employers' f?-d eratior, to carry aul i'-'-vio'is sgiim ments ?rith the men iti ? proper spirit. London, ? >?? : Bes Tlllett, sseretary of the ii'H-k, \\h.-,rf. Rireraid? .-n'<i Gen? eral Workers' 1'nlon of ?ir.-at Britain a?i - . ? ? ?m.-i itatkn allai Consr??aa to-day, said tnat he thankeel Mr ?Edward ' ??' et?, tb? Ulster UntonHt i ? - ? ? ? i - er, tor giving the w?t?rklns cla?a .1 ?;?: ?Vhsa the letter bad Murage enougb to 1 i is'.-xampie. Tiiiett d? an I they w.re golns to rtghl th? govern1 ? ? ? Dublin sirik?-. telesraphed from thai city ? 1] t?. all romradi - ti ai 1 d mil?.1 .-.ii?? brins "- '? '- I?? i 1 he ? ? at ? OS ' ! ?it n.ai - I..W ?. DIESEL MYSTERY DEEPENS British Board of Trade Starts Official Inquiry. Antwerp, <"' ?l The mystery of the I dissppearanes of L'?. RudoU Dleael, the <;. m..m Inventor, ?arhUe on in? way from i;.Mi.i.r\ to Lngland, was st'll further deepened t>>-ri?.y by the assertion of a member of tbe ere*? <>f the '?-ross-i'han n.'i ?teamer Dreeden, ?rho asM that Dr. Di?-?-.-l w.-M OS hoard th.- st. amer at IJB o'< lo. k In the evening of S-pt.-inl - I.ut OB Warning that th? V?aSSSl was not ?to atart until 7;;-5 went a.-hoi. and B7BS not sien sgaln The Fallor declar?.d h? wn ? oi-.vin-?Sd that Pi Diesel did not cross th* CkSBBSt Staes the steward did not enter his name on the cahln list. London, Oct. f.? The strange statement made hy a ?allor of the *crnSB>Chanael hteamer DrSadan. that Dr. Rudolf D?888I di?i n??t travel on board that vessel, is opposed to the 8*<rfeaSSCS given In London hy officials of the Dieeal ?Sagina Com? ?party The aei islai*. H >?oo?nt, points out this morning that ijeorge- Cart-la, a ?prominent employ? "i the ?jBmpaay, and another fallos* passenKer declared th? y had >dlned with Dr. Dlen?I on l?oar?l th? I?r?-sden sad l?"d t.l'lden him gosd night ,,. M o'clOCh OB Setp'.etnl.er fef, '[ 1m Houid of Tr.nle ye.-iei.la\ start? ?1 hi? Investigation IntS the dlsappearain ?? of I ?r. Dies? I. When ask.-ij whether the Hoar?! >f Trad? was natl?fled that Dr Diesel had fallen overboard from the etesmsi ?Drssdan, an offic-iai isajhitl: "Dr. Dlessl baa sin,ply dtsappaarsd; Ws osa? h'.i at pr? sent say anything further." ._? NINE KILLED IN R. R. SMASH. madrfei '" ' - OBfhfeS to trouble la the block ?isnala. a rolltaton o??urre.i fo-Sa? ?...r Hiiha.? n.-twe?-,, an exj.r?-?* train and a fr. ighter. M'" passenger? were kill ?d und Bsvsntesn injured. PANAMA CANAL UNH?R ? ?EARTHQUAKE SI? ( ?ni i nurd from tlr*.t page. of iaf?t niKht va? the most eerkmi all. In September, 1904, a severe ah** destroyed several bulldiiigi m the w? em part of the repibllo. Other mm m? nts ?rere recorded In 1909, 1910 :? i 1912. None of thee? ceased um The city Is qaiel to-nl?hl and I ? ?eral feeling Is that all del ? ; ass? d, r- v. sough! their i" da aft being dm ? n from their h?rnet i fear last i Lght, and the gi remalaed In the public parks and o] places until morning. House? at Colon Rock. ; Milage i? ?< tO any l?u<l ings or property ere ? Ithln tl ? ity. but ?? ? ? that t\\.I in ti.? ? I ? . : '?? ? being slightly Injun Tin- frei with em h motion of ti i and the ; tlinl?? i reeking, rush? d Int th< street clad Mai parks till t ? Ths ? : In tl city uf Panama wai "f son e of thi plaster Int? nor? "f tl f..- iui Hal . t'liur The D . ncei sins "'? ? shoo ? ; hat ? ? ?nor wai i ? noticeable ? the eelai at the Ati' "?i Oboervatoi al I 1<? ?? ' loi h ?'?'?' The seal and gri I shock v. ss '? at 11 ._'?"? o'i k) i-, last :. *,"?' tl.? h ami 5 18 ???.is ntornin eleven oth r tt> mofi a? r? i Recording Instruments Shaken. '1 :.<? vlolei ? i "?? ! 1 -'."? . ? Panama that it thi? ? the pen off th? paper of ?,?? ftph end const iuently an ??>??< I ? ? urd of Its duration was not obtainsbl? asei pinion hei the dur?t Ion of thi shot h at twent] to twent (however, is en unofficial opinion The Im truroi nts el the obet showed thai th, ? ommou point ??f ..rn-i [of the shocks was somewhere t.? th ! north of i talon ?n th< ' ..imil' ai An earl) m? - ?tlgatlon "' th< tion m the buildings' at Panama ahowei thai more damage bad been done thai bad at rtrst been believed. Althougl no '-alls, so lar as COUld OS l'-arnc. were aerlonsly Impaired, alight crack occurred m th? i i condition ^as particularly notlceabli in IZtfl street, n? at Santa Ana PlasB, Thre.? boon after t!.<? oocurrenc? o Ight'a dlsturbam ?? ons of I ht i !en< ?iiai and B?BUtli Amertean cabl?ss brofu 'at a point about 1. ? ? .tth ot Panama. This may. according to th? cable company'? officiels, have been 1 colncldenoe, or it may bave been Um treuil of th?? ?bOCkS. Th?? breakaj'? rawed "" Inconvenience '" Mi? cabU ? otnpany's traffic Th? disturban1''' does n?it nj.p'.ir te bave extended f;,r t., ths wset or th? north. wireless advices received lore from i'.... ns (hi Tom, a port near th.? rjosta ?Rlcaa boundary, ?tat' th,?t th?- town wai badly shaken, but thm no material damage resulted. Prom Port Limon, Insta Kien, coqu-s tht BOW? that the earthijiiakc was eeeroely BOtloeabls in that cniintry. Then f.irc It did DOtef? foci the CartUB s.')t.<\ as was at lirst foered., if th? dist?rbame ?eras more s"ri"us elsewhere, it is believed h?*ro t?, have boon in i?oiii?- of the West Indian isl? ands or in Kcuador. i Washington. 0?',? -? Major BoegS, In 'charge of the Isthmian Canal ofllcas in this city, asked Ooiooel Ooetbals by cable this morning for detail? of il" rarth Knocks on the Isthmus last Bight, ?.th ?pedel reference t" its p.issi l>l- ?fleet upon th?- Panama I anal it i? recallsd at the oomodssloB ogles? that from time to time there ha\e been flight 5ho?'k? of earthqiiaka espertan ed on the Isthmus SlBCS the Amerh-ans as? sumed charge of th.? canal SOBtStructloa, ? but in no case has there been any dam. ! age whatever to the engineering work. ?although a ssosstlonal report of one of then? ojoakas ?boot two year? a??, ranssd I considerable alarm ;.t the r?:? It la ?aid at the commls-imi eAcSS that ' very little .l?ii?*. r i.f <--:tenslve injury to the canal could be caOSOd by the i?; tion of any earthquake of record, not J <?jAK.i?ioN ?rajai a*?n i n i s lathmua, but m this bsml? . ;-:.? -. a. tar ar- the ! thmua Itself la eon ad the rece ? been care? full] st'idie.i by the fernere, fail to show the occurreie? of saything mere than -li. ' ? tlei dlaturbai ?. la that quart, : ? ?bach a? the buttery of th? lathmua 1 knowr.. Then srs ?atsndlag to tiay maaonrj stm.-r erscted v?verai '--? ego which would probably have been d< troyed long ago by any con-ud i" sh"?-k. | Ru; . ? "H to mi- reeortsd axesap? ? tlot, ? ? pcf fotn 881 ? I - ? art'. pajas the!? :??''. f ?i|... ? Sf the I alUil the i ? a of ? be i ? ret? < onatrw - ? '. m all "ir? ;..--' t h. new I th? the t ?>f Immln? ? ? rat yh tbe M.: ? ' . ..- tru?- of it l? j=a?-! at th?? ?canal offi'-.-a that there i ?. . ? ? ? ? at ? ? ? ? beet sfctra but < nth a ?'*??!. It l? ?. .. ; tpom *y? or ?reeka i of \. th.- lath? ? Dtku STILL WORKING FOR FAIR Director General of Exposition Is Optimistic. ?London, i ?- 8 1 hi ?din tor gsi Panai expi Itlon ? ? ? London -, ?luiet but effective ? - ? .??? the |.i '. | ? : -.?:. parti ' Bition Ht ra ; ? Itsids tin. door? of ii- d? Psrh Hotel sll during I b stay and held continued consultations a th Influ? Dtial An.- ? ing In L ?? ,,:. i t? pn -? atatli'? ?Englishmen who b?*s favoring governmental rears? ? on. ii. in -, ? i > n . raged ? Itb the ??utiook, and is nou ??n thi Continent, probably ti ng to gt I ? ?? i many to .tttkt offlcii !? fen lion of th?.- bl| fair. KING OF SWEDEN ILL ?Suffers After Effects of Opera? tion Three Years Ago. I Btoekholai, 0 I - ?King Oasts?** of I Shared Bering fiom th.? after ?f ? fact? f.f an operation t ? >r app? Bdlcttla, per* I form??] '. ? and ?en obliged Ito i-ii.e t.. his bad, a* Bhabtirsjs tTsstls, i In the Provlnes of feVsnls, to ?andvrgo apt? l ?' ti ? etuiept. 1 \ bulletin bs ?ad to-day said that th?* ? ? ?. had bad palna bi the stomach lie nrnlei went the ??peratlon in I thai thea? bad .">? n seed eon n th? ia?t fea ?laya Ta* a : ? ?? \ ? nt th. ' King from attendins to ?tata buaineaa for some lime led "Th. ? . ? %-. i tun not mu? and ii .m ion dee* nol ores ion aasiety." ? - ? - INVENTS NEW ARTILLERY Frenchman Also Perfects an Improved Cartridge. ' . ? 1 An obscure ir.ventor n.in.ed <i\i S>o**o8ea has iu?.i demon? s':,(te?i diacoverlea which promla? to revolutionise rifle Bring Hia Ir.veatlon ronalata of ? special ?-aitrt?ige and dou? ble Inflammable lullet primarily ?I" rrfgned for the lU-stru'tlon of slrshiPS In hla experiments Rj?8gaSS8 BSSd BB OM ?gun built in I*-"0 Although his r.irt rldg? "as Sued with Mark powder Spec? tators were astonished to ?ee neither ?Sash "<?r re.-oil a? he fired, the Btrangs Ions bullet travelling fleet ?n?) ?tralgbi i" the butt instead of ?xecutrns i $t i lea of lrr?ejulai bounds, as 11 should kaV? done, ?o'-'idltlg to accepted balls iir laws Th? huiiet estriad i.?11" tuf tres, bat l( Is rnvtculatsd that with a rifle it would have canlsd l,tet lliet I ? I Rngossa aiao rlalma to hav laveated ! a eatiti'Ui '"sting only '.00 franes, or ah?.nt IK", easily CSITiSd hy two men, whl? h ? an throw a shell 7.000 metre?. Another ?mention which he has brought: forward Is B shrapnel shell, which scat- i ters its c ?intents along the level of the j ground, mowing all In it? path, instead , o! dropping from aboxe. GORKY HAS TUBERCULOSIS. Naples. Oet. I- Maxim Gorky, the Rus? sian n??v. lint, who lives at a villa on the island of I'apri. ?* so III with tuherculoais that he has b.-en obliged to come here and submit to a sp?cial cure. Presidential Nominee of Catho? lic Party Advocates Schemes for Working Class Uplift. WOULD AID THE FARMERS Legislature of Queretaro Dis? solved by Federal Government ?Speaker and Several Deputies Under Arrest. II,V ? TrtbWM i Mexico l :tv. Mexico, Oct | -??? pais' to-day c-rttteisea the eppetotmsiH o? i Querido Moheno, to the Poreign Relations I Department it says that the Minister of K 'i-'.im Relations ought to p.xiHesH a tain degr?? of European poMsfa and o?ht to bav? diveeted himself to ?orne extent of "our ?emlrbarbaroua semi-uncouth. " "> ? locos? M? slcsnlsn . ' SO that bt mlghl 11 better ouollfled to meet foreign diplomats <?n ofhctal end social footteg. 1:1 I'ais" add? that th? ? vi ??? partly attenuated by tht fad thai Moheno has point d "i I? assistai I ?"???rotary. Psdetico Gamboa, the Catholic Presi-I dentlal i indld. has atven oui bis plan of ?oda] reform. H-- adv?cales rartou? schemes for th? ,,,.,uft ,,f th?? working class principally the establishment 91 savtnas banks end the encouragement of thrift end temperance. F"r the aerar?an problem be fa vorn the development or rural credits adapted to Mexican condi? tions I Querido Mol sao, the newly appointed I sub-flecretan of Foreign Relations, win lb, th? ectlag i er retan as II is under ' Stood no one sill be nppolntc-l to sucif-e-i Qambos durtaf th? remainder of nuerta's te, Bt Ths tovernment ha? advice? that Gcn eral Fellpi ?.? p - ? baa itlmppsafotl from! I'r.u '?? . sod, it Is thought, has joined the Kortbern ?? ??.- Qeneral An gel? ?a Madero to it... and ? . o.-d by tn?- n??w edmlnlt? tratlon, but ???..'- afterword released and : to proceed t?? 1'uiis. <m tl dltion that he report at inter\als to the Mexli . U ^.Hon. tngeb ? a competent officer and ? Labis ecQUtstttoa to the rebels Gen? ? :.i has been re-1 the government fron Sonora! an?! .. ._? ofBcOf Will be sent UMTS. tats Of lauere- | ??? ::ss.ii?.?-?i by military force I ???low the civil QOV? ?' ? Ueyole, to be superseded by] ? ? militan g', ernor, General Joaqu?n a bo ?a aa : ? at to Um ateta b Um '? ? . . rtunent When the d< I ? ? i be<?a! ? nod rltie?! th? latter ??-lit troops. Whlcb SUTrOUBded : ng sod arrested the speaker. Adolfe Isles and several other Mate .icht by rail to th? Rumors tion of PI? ? nee M I? I ? I ????:? . un Annrt Baltillo and Un? the Hi . \? ill not (or him to enter ' uiki ha? Ina ? ? nded upon .i the United ? no, ho" ever, is still '? .: ? . .i authoritlea '?? : theft ? i ? ting a mili-, Ham in Um ?tate of i loebu Mas ? l sloro, former Mexlraii Am sadoi al Washington end Mcgtfcan Por? ? . Minister, and Jesu? Ploras M former Mlnlstsi ? th? Int? rlor, members ?f th? i hamber of ?"?en nominated by a group of Lib? ,,s pr? ? :?.. ntlal ai d Vie? Pn ? ' tiai ? ti Uvely. No eonv. n? ! ..tion. ?Ut I lead? ra of I ? : th. m of tbelr at l< e I .?:, , St;. ? tor the I Just i ihed, j 1 -i ow fains both 'o m?;' ?"l tporta 'I h? imports a< -...., t,. ?jos which ? is u gain "f ' ''*"'*" !? " Th? ? v ?.?.. r? gfj ,??????? pesca a | ??.<?> peSOS. "Le Na.-ion." the organ nf me psrty, answering th* attacks of "El Im l,,., bai ? ,i. ?di i thai I ? di rico Gas b". ? a Kree Mas on, Inston, ft : \ telegram re? ceived ?it th? Btab Departm?tn* from Pie? ,?ri,M Kesri rays tl at that town, which Rio ? band? from Eagle T? n . h.'s be. t abandoned i"- th? rebela who bav? held the place etnea the outbreak of th? present rewotatton. ?Aa : ti .,- the state Deportment knows, then ? in Piedra Kegraa i , onsUtutlonalli I aoldlsis Th. leaders Of lb? re? olutloi'. who 1 their bend'iunrters there fled t<> the hills lost nicht Ths aoldlera went i carrying sol their previous threats t.? blow ui' all public buildings Th, got togetbei and aeleetei a prevtetonal mayor, and the town is tpileUy awaiting Um comlna "f ?>l* 'e-leral forces For a 1!m(, ii,. ? srttboul any poll? ? pre* toctknv but nothing aerlous happened Another report says that th?- federal column, whi'h last week defsatetb lha rebel? at Oonssa Palacio?, la ??t s slaea called Alisada Ftata Is aems mil?? north of Sabinas, wh.i?? UM ici., is w?i?? .-up posed to have ma?le a stand and iii'il r;it?S that the f'l'l.ll Coblllltl. whl.li is commanded by General Maee, b not meet? ing with opposition. If thi? Is true tin federals ooght to be nt Pledrsj Nagrss j very Boon. A large number ,,' refugees | lire going from Hed?as Negras to L'agle Pass. The eenStltuUonsllSta here make light | of their apparent defeat, and declare that the spparenl aucceaa Of the feredals really amount? to nothing, enviai?, of the sd? ministration, however, think that General Meow's aurc?aa in a fine thing for Huerta, and will go far toward re-establlshm*>nt of order between (?omez Placi? and Pie? dras N? ;r;i? The American consular agent at GUBP* mas has IslsglBI'hed the State L-epart aaenl thai In sa engagement lasting through August B Ud -?? the Federals wer?? defeated bj S superior force at Las Moeliis Foreign properties were strictly leopoeted during the lighting ami good order prevailed afterward. Ko Americans were injured and the property loss was Insigniilcant Only one American woman remains In DoraaCe, where before there wer?? many, ??-he Is the ?rifa of a Mr. Battershy, who owns a large tomber business there. He has been ill with typhoid fever and Mrs. Battershy. with their two children, re? main?? ht hl? side. Regular train service la being main-1 tained between Monterey and Laredo. Tex. Ploras Negra?. Mexico. Oct. 2.?A fili? bustering expedition attempted to capture Piedras Negras from the American aide of the Klo Grand? to-day. They were re? puis. ? by tho border patrol and the neutral guards placed in charge of the city yesterday after the Constitutionalist evaluation. l-'arly to-day the sky was illuminated by a conflagration to the south of Hedras Negras, hut owing to the destruction of ?telegraph linea nothing eould be learned of its nature Meagre report? ?ay that the fnnstitutionalists have started a cam? paign of di'struction outside of the ?pher* <>f AmOCicen Influenee, and that all towns between Um bonler and th. line ?>f hos? tilities at Peyotes are b.-mg flaaSiajafl. FEDERALS ATTACK VILLA Santa Rosalia Battle May Be Decisive One in North. [P.?. Te!egr?ph to Th? Trlhi ie i Santa Rosalia, fell xu o ?*i(-t. | - This city is the scene to-day of a senerai ?jdgage m?-nt between federal and rebel for ??? s * hlcti la eapaotad to be the ?JsafeSive en? gag. ment of tho revolution In the St..r-- o? Chihuahua, if not in the north. Assum? ing th.- antOa?attO, ' ?enera! Fvanris?'o Castro, ? onunandor of the military z??ne nf I'tnhuahua, advanced with 4,000 men asatnat the rebel infest?d town on Wcdneeday afternoon and encaged ?as equal number of rebel forcee under Kran ??!- o \ ilia. The d?sekUV8 battle started a* daybreak thla morning after a prelude Wedneaday ?on, which resulted in the federals be ng driven out of Ojo ??? suburb of Santa Roaalla, and '? pottlon of the federal lighting column being driven bark to tha main lines, whl ii have been stretched like a crescent on three ??idea of Santa Rosalia Pancha Villa was thought to have gone south toward Durango. where he expected t?i engage a federal column coming from is. but the force? of I'rhiua, ac? cording to the f?deral reports in Juarez. sen defeated ami dMvsa ba?-k, forming a Junction with Villa bstOW Santa Hosalla. Villa then returned to Santa Rosalia, with ITrnnndSS. Manuel I'hao, Maclo vlo Hernera and Juan M. Medina rein? forcing him. The fed?rala have twelve pieces of artil ? ?are being used effectively from the hills ,-iirroundlng ?ar.ta Rosalia. Th. hsva but three Btnall field pieees. are Intrenched Is the streets, and within the adobe house on the out ?jatlrta ol tha town. The w?r>undsd are being brorjght back from the federal rear to ? 'hlhuahoa. It WBa reported nt noon to-day that a carload of prlaonera had been captured by the rebela sad that ?9-snarsl ?'astro li.i?! I-.-:: hilled, but the re;.??rt is not .. raki admit having al? teen m?tn wounded at noon to-rjjay, oas being Major Ramon ? 'arreon. CaraVSO'a ehlef of ataff. Santa ?Roaalla la MS miles south of Chihuahua City. ? BANK'S GOLD RESERVE LOW Increase of Discount Rate Made to Offset This. ?i? ?? te TI ?? "- IbtUM ' ?Load ' BT ?3. -Although It "' SB hoped Si one tune that a -I'v |>er c?-r,t i.ank rate would after all pas th-- >? a yesterday's sdvancs in the fate i" 5 per cent, though coenh bapa a little earlier than had been eg OCi sstonsd no real surprise, and the effect "'? the markats was hardly more than tr ?sable; it had been realized for a fan ? ? ? past that with so much ?gold ?going out of i ? a intry the dirsctora ?'? Hank of England would quick! i?? adopt protective Baaanrss ?Tai t. they ?jsualry have to do i period Of the year. Ample Justitl'Mtion for an .Ti? the rats was ret eali d in bank ?rsturn. "Tie reserve was shown t" have fsllen to a.level which, In ?view of the further h? a-, y ?gold dt iron abroad that will doubtless have t?i i??- m? t before the ?md of the >car, Imposes h g"od deal of caution. It is, indeed, hi mg questioned Whether ?-ven the ?*? per cent i ate will na et the i aas. INDIVIDUAL FOUND LACKING Must Try Christ's Religion on Broader Scale, Says Greer. Th? eeeond dey of the convention of thfl Brotherhood I I 81 Andrew came to . last night with a big public meeting in Csrnei Rail, prealded over i ) Biahep Oreer Th? topic up tor dis "So-ial ?S?TVlce Through the ? nun h." oi attention of the u. ' Jame? E Preeman, rector of St. .Mu?s s Church, Minneapolis, and of ??.-an W. T Bumher, of the i '? I o." su ? I'aui. Chieaga, beeidea tii it of Biahop Oreer. Th?- polni ampbastasd by ail the speakers 8*88 lue necessity for the Individual of i?'?"gniziiig social scr? ibe opportunity assrsat to hand : g th? Ideals of Chrtatlantt)! m naaa'a rdationahip with lu.s fellow men. Biabop Orear introduced the subject v.-th tho quotation. "TBS Christian re lig...n Is '-'.""" years aid, but the re llgion of .??sus Christ has >et to be tried." He differed artife tins state? ment to the eaten! sf aaylng that the religion of Jesus Christ had been tried. but chielly L> Individuals la individual apheses The unie had corno, b? ?SBclsred, when it must receive a trial OH a broader ?CSle, When the 'double stamlaidSf gov? erning personal and BfofeeeS?8SjBl bob? dart, rsllglooa and secular activities, IndividttSl ?nid publie li\es must be abolished Th.- tune ha?i come, in other Word WhSfl th* professing Christian In the ?raasa ainsi naak? a beginning <>t' practialag Is every day life, no matter what hi. ephi rs, what he professed* In this wsy alOBMB, Mr. l-'reeman. too, a .s.rted, could the ?'hurch hope to regain Its influence for social ??-rvic?- <?\ ? r the bulk of mankiti'l. He had BO Interest, he said, in the man who contributed hand? somely t.? the aettlemsal work of nis COmnnialty and underpaid hi.? clerks, tor the d? H'-at?- so? i'ty matron who displayed gr.at activity in charitable works ana mistreated the maids in her kitchen, tor th? man who taught Hunda y s.-hool an? cheated his business ??.nipetltors. liean Sumner I.itSd out four avenues of social s?-rvi<? . through political reform, through industrial ref'irm. through eu? genic? and thiough greater conservation of the child s mental, moral and physical health. CANADIAN TRAIN JUMPS TRACK. Heiland, < ?lit . < >< t ??.-Two passengers w??re ?lightly injured when h northbound Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railroad train lumped the tra?k on a curve near St. Ann'* at h.M o'clock this morning. The engine and six roaches left th? track?), but remained upright. SEES y. s. Sir S. Olivier, Ex-Governor of Jamaica, Says Race Differenti? ation Must Be Abolished. CHURCHMEN IN CONGRESS Solution of the Problem Involves Discipline for the White Man as Well as for the Black. Southampton. Oct. 2.-Radii and inter? national problems replaced the sex ques? tion in the dlsensslmis at the Chvreh of England Congre? to-day Both of these problems led to ,f>th.-r startling utter ] anees by the ?pasar?a Sir Sydney Olivier, who was Governor of .lamatca from IMS to the <>nd of 13::, put forward (he remarkable <la!m that no solution ?f the American color ques? tion was possible except by a resolute I disclaimer of the oolor Uns an?i the roen I differentiation theory, lie expressed the I ?Pinion that negrophot'ia was. in mixed communities, one of the most active BOUfPsa of danger. "My study sad eomparlsoa of condition? In the United Hate? and the West Indies," h? said, "has brought me to that conclusion. American an?" colonial poli? ticians and public men are not Fxeter ! Hal! abolitionists nor evangelical Chris? | tian missionaries. I do not expect them to adopt the methods of miselonarle?, nor j do I sympathize with all their political programme?. But It cannot he tgnor?*! that It happened that the faiths of the men who laid the foundations for the peaceful development of the mixed com? munity In Jamaica were democratic, and humanitarian and, above all, uncompro? misingly ?"hrlstlan. "Were race differentiation held to, ft must increase civil discord. When the balance of numbers is as It Is In the South In the United States it must tend to foa ire preparations for civil war and rebellion. If statesmen ar.d < rttOaOS face in the contrary direction I ?lo not say that they will attain immediately civil peace, but I am confident that they will be travelling the only road toward it. "I do not suggest that race does not greatly affect fSftlltUs for c.inl inathm bstaeea humane la healthy national n'??. i but race difi?reme is only one at many : achtsmatia agencies, The solution of the I difficulty Involves discipline for the whit? ' man as well as the hiack." i The Karl ot .-? : --miir Governor ? of the Transvaal ai i HlKh i'omiilsstoner IB) uth Afrl? ty of opportunity of studying tb? ? lor <iues iti'vi. told the cungress that backward ? COIlld not salSl permanently In ln dependence rtd? i ?. atd< ? th tt.? dTllised r.i, . control, full and complete. SI ,ight of -laj. by Um dvlllsed ra. e. If any of these conditions ??? went, he said, then w .... ! ot a -? anarchy, resulting ?,:. i I and decay of the rteUv? ? ,. . Ksttvea he : ided, s be ?ere l ad Stadt for the vote ought to have ?asUtuttonal mown? wants. B. D. Mor.!. who las <!'??. ote. I Kg I - ' IV? Tlf Hero "f ? ? go." H? ?. ? .ar. I that t I was ti"' dead in Weal ? ? r : sad s !??' never II raised H j the vital, moral an! material h l civlllssUon. il? .c.iid thai it ?*a- with I f eetlngi aids ;? ? nstsrnatloa that ??????? llorley. bearing on Um Inevlu lei m o' unjust and inhumane labcr in th? tropics Th? acceptance <>.* thfa I rould ? mean that the economic development at the trop!? s <? i :!d be sttataed only by the action of the colored ? ? rvBo ?abor. Tha siccess of free labor In many parta of Africa contradicted i-ord Mor* ley's claim. Mr. M<?rel In conclusion said that the experience of Congo and Putumayo ?a? beginning to convtaos the governments that without inhabitants the tr?pica were useless t'? ths world. Th? nio.st str:k;n?r contribution to the armaments was supplied by Canon William Lstghtoa <;rane. who da S'?ribed the pr?s, r.t rSlatlena between the nations M an anti-aocial. barbaroua end violent anachronism. Had 1! been a case of Individual. n?U national, folly, he dfi . ,?..!. Um laughter of the worid would long ago have killed It. t-ir Krnest PstOW declared that the dec trine of the i alance of power had moAo tur war, Instead of pSBBOi DISTRESS INJENGLAND Need of Relief for Rural Labor? ers Pressing. London. 0??t. 1? A summar- of the first part of the 'and ?muiry report, on which will he ba^e.l UM next, afp of the gov? ernments programme of social legisla? tion, has been made pjblic and t-hows the pressing need of relief for rural la T'n? report, which is made under the direction Of I'avid Lloyd r.eorge, ?"han cellor of the Kxchequer, states that the ?.? ge? now paid do not allow th?? ?????el of physical affhiOBC to he maintained. The questtoa. it Is urged, is the mor.? srem Ing tutanos aines HM pri?e? hev? ? (li.sproportionat.?ly t?> wages. Objection la shown t.. an In. reasing degree |.y labo?-- ' ,.,-s to t' e wac" bems partly paid In kind The laborer faeta the USSR l:ours and !!??? absence of holiday.?? nearly as much aa the lowneaa of wages The Urn of eragea through w?f w.'uther is a strong subj?-ct of complaint A s'.rpr. iig feature of the rep.krt is the a!-, nc? of any referen.e to th? much dis , u.ss.??l minimum wat?? ?>* l'> a w ?ek ^o You Want a feood Complexion? Y OTT esa have one if you take cere of yoarsslf. Overeating and alagglsh cir? culation clog the bowels end ?? fsct the skin? Nature hss pro? vided an ideal laxstlT? which pu rifles your blood, cleanses your intestines and relieve? constipa? tion??be re*i '?use of pimples, etc. O et a I cttle of HUNYADI JANOS WATER today at any ?tug ?tor*' take t, glass on axieing or at any time on aa empty ?tomech, ?nd yon*U |M the difference ta your compl**" ion.