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fleld. Twenty-one cannon will be taken
from Juarez, whtle Chao has eight more with him. "The battle of Chihuahua probably wlll be the last big flght we will have to make against the Huerta forces ln the north." When Villa was offered a Hgar by s frlend this afternoon he declined It. aay ing: "I do not smoke, I do not drink. I have but one vice-that ls in being a bandit." Federala Stalled at Ahumada. With thelr engines "dead" no fuel in the tenders and no water in the tanks -the three troop trains which carried the federal fOrcea of f.cnerals |_4_rcadO OroaCO and Salazar from I_B Mesa to th* south out of the way of Villa's cannon are stianded to-night at Villa Ahumada, eighty-three miles :-,,uth of Juaraa Oeneral Villa araaadvlaed late to-day 0f the pltght of the federals, and the rabei an:.-. movemenl to the aoutb which he bad planned t.. start to-night j uas haatened. Two trainlcavda of rebel ilv left juaraa t,.-mght over tba Mexlcan Central for villa Ahumada. IH he followed at daybreak by two train-* ..f artillery. ghould th. flrat detarhment flnd the federala atill (?t Villa Ahumada, Oen aral Villa wiu be advlaed by wlra, an.i wiii at once go to the fronl in persoa. Bhould it be found that the f. dcals abandoned ti.e trairiH and moved overtond, ihe tralna will be aelaad and ,,,ni f,.:- th. comlng of th.- rebeli before Ing ,,. atta.k Chihuahua Clty. -,.i viiia announoed la-nlghl that the m.-vement alread> started is _M beginmng ,.f a general campa.gn toward th- south. Five tln-usand COH -ututi'.nahst tro.-ps from Bonof* have been aenl hy Oeneral Van_9t_ai_o Car ransa toaM VHla ta his southern caun paign, and the rebel leader had planned t., reinain in Juarez until they had rcatched <<? luiutlon polnt belovv Juarez. l.ut tO-night'a d.velopments have caused a. (hange in his programme. The Ekanora tro..ijs probably will meet Villa's army at Chihuahua City. Left Wounded in Fbght. Aniericans who visited the La Mesa hattlell'ld found grim evidences of the ICI.-ral defeat and Btfht ln wounded arho were deaartad and dead who were left unburied, or with only a thtn layeT of sand thrown over the bodies. i ine wounded Federal was found hy ??. ? Tismore. of Kl PaBQ. The man had be?-n lylng under a mesquite bush slnce fhinday, with a frightful wound in his bead lb- had been withi.ut water or f,?,.l. and was unable to speak when found. 11. was brOUgbl to Juarez nul placed in a rebel hospltal. The shallow graves of four federals had baaa m ranhed open by eoyotes, which had eaten portlons of the limbs. one body was found lying on the Kround with a rope around the neck. having evldently been dragged to death behind cavalry rlders. mher graves had been laid bare by the wind btow ;ng the sand from the bodies. and all around wara evidemes of a very hasty and imperfert effort to hide from view the extent of the federal losses. Five mereantile establishments in Juarez reopened their doors to-day, and accepted Villa's rebel money in pay? ment for gVQOd* All are owncd hy nu Uve Mexhans, and WOTO opened when Villa notifled them that they must re sume business to-day or he would seize thdr BtOCka and distribute the goods among his men and imi.rison the mer The stores of other native naichants, who fled to the American Blde, have not yet been seized hy Villa, but he threatens to do so unless they return to-morrow and resume business Foreign MercHant* THreatened. F.Teign merchants, who eonstitute the bulk of the Juarez commercial pop ulation. escaped seizure of their stocks by appeatlng to Thomas D. Kdwards, the American I'onsul. for protection. Villa has not tried to interfere with them since their appeal to the I'nited Btate* Ceneral "Villa was grently enraged when an American telegraph company refused to-day to accept his business ..r the same basis as the Mexlcan gov ernmen! business. Threats were made by the rebel leader to wreak vengcance on the otfending company when he galned control of Chihuahua. REBELS TAKE MAZATLAN Mexican Capital Hears of Fall of the Western Port. [By t'ahle t<> The Tribune ) Mexico t'ity, Nov. 28.?Word haR just been received here that the rebels have captured the western part of Mazatlan. Foreigners in the city were trans ferred to ships ln the harbor. The cRpture of Mazatlan is consid ered extremely important, inasmuch as it lsolates the west coast and glves the rebels control of the entire State of Slnaloa. TO ADMIT COTTON FREE Huerta Plans To Relieve K#x ican Textile Workers. Mexico Clty, Nov 28. ? American cot ton ln limited ciuantlties is to be ad mlttcd into Mexico free of duty unless rallroid romrnunications with the Tor r<xm cotton dietrut are restored withm a week. acorrtinK to a Btatement made to day by the Minlster of Fomento, I-?opoldo Kobellar. The ohject of thla measure ie to tran qullllae the Mexlcan textile workers, who (.ef. destitution ntarlng them in the face ..wlng to the threatened elosins of the .otton mllla, because of the lack of raw cotton Only such o,uantities of Amer leaa cotton aa ar* nece*sary to provlde for the timporary nteds of the lndus try are to be permitted to enter free. Britisl. Oruiser at Vera Oruz. Vtra Cr-BJt Nov. -8-The Brltish ar mored crulser Suffolk, flagshlp. of th Weat Indian s'juadron. arrived here to day and anchored outaide th. port. She wiU enter later to coal. Naval Visit to Oreece. Plra-u*, Nov. 28 ? The Urltish and French fleet* whlch have been paylng a round of vialta to Medlterranean ports to ahow the flaga of the two natlona arrlved here to-day and received a hearty wel . onu. The vesaels are to remaln for rome daya ?o as to enable the offlcers and mta to fraternlze wlth the Oreek uallora. GENERAL PANCHO VILLA. FEDERALS ADMIT VICTORIA'S FALL Mexico City Hears Stories of Pillage and Murder by the Constitutionalists. |!l4 CBBle tr. Tr.r TVtbWa) ' Mexico City. Nov. ? -Government BSWBpapera for the llist thne refSf lndi reetly to-day t" the fall of Ciudad VlC t,,ria, the capital "f the Btate of Tamauli pas, without openly admlttlng it. One paper says thal General Antonlo Rshago, federal comnvanOer .md milltary governor of Taraaullpaa has left VTctorta m pur Buanoa "ol a atrateglc ?plan." and that the federal garriaoc st vTctorla is ln feiior nnumerlcalljr to the rabela nn" scem benl on taking the place. lt is haid 10 808 what is gained by this retJcence, when nearly every one lnter eeted in tbe matter ataowa that Wetsrta baa baaa Ls poaaasatoa of tin- r.beis for BBVeral days. Another Indirecl adralaatOti of condltlona in TamauUpaa is contalnad In the an :ii tit thal the column of General l,,,,,i Bl Maa-, Jr . which was flrst re- 1 aajrted bOUnd for Tuxpam is in reallty golna; to Tampico. It is pretty well un aaratood that his ohjact is not only to reinforee the garrtSOB Bl that port, but. it posslhUl. to work his way up the railroad and assist ti.- of*ermtkma against the rabela around <'iudHii Vlctoria ?Ki ImperclaT' declarea tbai the fed? erala are on tin I.I n-eoverlng Juarez. Btead and family tiea di<l not avall to halt the vangaanee of the Consiltutlonal ists when federal olllc'lio'ideis fell Into tbebr banda at the captara of Vlctarla \i,-,,iuiriK to raporta whi'-n have reoched tbe federal capital, state as well as fed? eral ofii'i..'.s were esaeuted without quar? ter. Among the victims was a cousln ol Enrlqoe Caballero, one of the lieutenants of \'i nustlaro Carranza. Wbo was COO-i demn.d to d.e because he had helped thej foderal troopa dsfend the clty The young man's mother, who is nn aunt of the rebel offlecr, went on her kneea snd begged for the llfe of her aon. Caballero'a reply was to have his oouatn brought from the prlson and atood Ifl front of a Brlng S'piad of revoluttotilsta. who shot hltn down before his mother'a ayea The I'onstltutiniiali.Ms entered VlctOriS fh the afternoon of November 19, and at oaea atarted riiiaginK. aettJng tire to botisee and murderlng the dtizens, ae cordlng lo raporta woetved here. Prl* vate resMencee as weO as stores and governmenl offlces were aacked and sev eral aapantSh resldents weie kiiled, includ ir,K, It is said. the Spanlsh Con8ul. Like General Jose OonSSlOl lalai after the battle of Kellano in Mareh. Ittt, <>.n cral Antonio Itabago, Milltary Governor of the State of Tamaulipas, kiiled hlrn s.'if after tostng Vlctoria th.- t apitai. TtM suiciile of C.eneral Kabaaio ls not ad tnltted by tha government, but the i"'" is ii.iitaitinl in B petvata telegram to hia reutives hera who do not queatlon Ita authenticlty. Ceneral Kabago as Militai v OovarnOT wae responslble for the garrison when Vlctoria was attacked by the reb'ls The prlvate m'ssage gave no detalls of hia BuU'ide. A further mnvement of rebels troops from the district of Vlctoria toward Tam? pico ls reported in messages recelvel tlWOSBjb raUroad ;?cents. The telegraph Wlrea were CUl to-day ai Cnzali s, about slxty mlles north weat of Tampico, and train servli. between Tampico and Vlc? toria has been auapended. What Waa at flrat supposed to l,e a street battle between the poUM and three roabera occyrred early this mornlng ln the < -enttv of the clty. About flfty shots were flred, and one of the robbers was kiiled. A poli'itnan was shot In the n?ad. Wltnesaea of the shooting were greativ alarmed, fearmg an uprising or an attack by bandits A n port became rurrent that the allegid robbers were ronsplrators against the government, who were- made tho victims "f the "fugitlve law." Thla was not conflrmed, but the man who was kiiled was apparently without wmpona Autoists* Nemesis Oleared. Mlnrola. Long Isiand, Nov 1'S?JudRe Nlemnnn to-day dismlssed the Indictment charglng COTOdOfl Norton. until recently a justice of the paaoa of HsBaaagead town, wlth grand larceny. Norton waa trled laat week on a nhglge of mlsapproprlatlng public funds coiinng into his peSBaaSaM through finlng automobillsts. He was a> - qUltted. Norton said he rnalled tli.'.,.nioriey to the Seiretary of State In plai^. envel opes without Its belng registered. SEIZE CONTRABAND ARMS ON STEAMER U. S. Oflicers Halt Big Ammuni tion Shipmcnt lo San Domingo on the Seminolc. Cuatorna laarpector a. O. Hokaaai terday aelaed ten thoussnd rounds of anununltton and a nombi r of autornatie revolvera whlch had heea concekled Ib Ihe bold of th* atearnshtp geaatnoie, af the Clyde Line, lylng at Mth street, Brooklyn. following the nriaking af th?- nianlfeert Tie BemJnole la scbeduled t.> eall thla mornlBg :or Baa Domlngo. Captaln Carej dlsclalmed all knawledge Of the hi.l.len Uimi '? tlOl BJld BJ1 placed tbe raspanslblUty en the Bbtp i crew. I'art of tbe ammuriltlon was < -.rv sah)?! under th* eoal bb tba BteadBaer'i auBkera The boilers of a dISablod ilonkey e8-gtBi aad tha matting eovered rentllatora were alaa aaad ai storage ptecea Tbarevalvai were found under the coad The atnniunltton araa ordered t.. i. -if Btroyed, and the ravolvei wer taken la th. ihHstoan ii" hw. The 'cuatoma authorlllaa placed the \aiue of each of Um mvo-vere al tf' The ammiinltion, they aald, v\fli w..rth aboni ? ceata .1 roaad. ?j he revolvi ra had : 11 n eari full ? wrappad bt cloth before being c_ 1 tn th* bankers. Precaotlona ha _U been taken to SBfegUard the anm, inspector Hokenaen aald that the aeaa ure had been made upon ord.-rs Irj .;? i eral Henry, survey.r of the I'ort. CALL ON HUERTA TO PAY Mexican Railways Directors Put Intcrest Up to Him. The result <.f ? s. . 1 < t meeting of the New Vork dlrectora Of tha National Rallwaya f.f Ifexlco, ln thla clty, yes? terday, was thal the payment of l""r'.-' <|'i0 intereM, due December I, on the r.-iid's note8 lasued lauel June, iu.1- beea aquarely pai up ta the Huerta govern* naent The Ifesleaa dlrectora have been notloed of the local board'a dei Isloa, and an answer ls expected aome tlme to-day. What R.tion the bnnkers here may t?ke tn prevent a recelrerablp, in the event that the IfeSteafl goveirimerit falls to provid* th* B-Bturing lntereat 1 aald not he learned Deaplte the fact thal the fnterest r.n the .June notea falls due on Monday, aith r.o plana apparentl) made to pay lt. the beiief stlll perslata that the sltuatioii vvill be BMl in .-om. way. The noles sold last June hy ti.e Na tional Rallwaya of Bfexlce totalled $-?".. 730,000, to run for two yeara The Nea York bankers arho t<>..k them arere Kuhn. i.o.t. *\- <??,.. Bpeyer & Co. and Ladnnburg, Thalmann m Co. The pro ceeds were Qsed tO |>av off $ 1 O.Ofili linn notew that niature.l hme 2 1TU:: ;irn! 118,000,900 notea thal rnatin-ei Novem? ber ir.. Shouid the interest payabl* on Mefl day be met, another payment of 12,400, 898 on prlor llen bonda wlll fall du. on January 1. Mexico Clty, Nov. BJ Pr.-sidetit Huerta Burnmoaed the rnanagera af the Banh of Ixmrlon and Mexico aad the National Hank before him this aftern mn nnd ex plalned to them the ru ossity of thelr financial asslstancc ,., meet the obtlgattOB of the National Rallwaya aa i n-rinaber 1 lateraat payanenta of the rallwaya daa December I aggTagate 191,899 0*001 gold. it was to ralaa this nrnounl an.i the bv t. rest paymanta maturlng January 1 thal BL n. Brown, prealdenl <>f the Nattoaal Rad-vswya, reeently arenl to New York The groaa aaumlngs of the raltnraya alnee December. 111.'. show a dn rSa_BJ of prac ticaiiy IM-Mas |.. sos gold, [_saaea oa naed charges aad 98 prop.-i t>, ti.ick an.i *jajU_p_ ment aggiegale ntany _r_UHona addltlonal, Kaiiure t.. ni. .-? the payaaeata Ib De* catnber erould, it is clalmed, _iv>- the rlght of foreclosiip , hut as such iiil.im would have to he hr.iuk'ht In ., M.-'.i'.in court, j beeaaas the comi aay ls a Mexican cor? poratlon, the dinicultles to be rncount- r. ?! are obviouM. DIAZ AGAIN IN ARMY Ex-President Placed on the Ac tive Retired List. [B] CSI le le The fttbaaa I Ifaarico Clty, Mov. 28. Q9neral Per* firio Diaz, the former I'resident, has coaajantad to raturn to actlve aairlce in tba army, and baa baaa atacad an the nctlve retired llst. This niak. s him liahle ta be called upon for BCtlV9 _<r vice at any tim? MORE BAHLESHIPS BOUND FOR MEXICO Three Now in the Mediter ranean Ordered to Go to East Coast. WILL TAKE PLACES OF OTHERS THERE Wilson Expected to Await Results of Rebel Activity Before Making New Move. | Kroni Tne Trlbuna Hur'.-iu I Washlngton. Nov. 28. Announce meni was made at the Navy Depeit ment lO-dB) thal Raar Admiral Baclger, comBtaiMlet la cMef ef IbaAt lanti. II. et. bad bSOn ordered U) BBftd tbe battleshlps Connecticut, Kanaaa and "ho from afsditi tranean ports to tb. eaal coaal of MexJeo. Theae three shlps will relleva II ?s Btated, Ihe battleshlpa Louisiana. Mlchlgan and New Hampahlra They will start from th- Medilerranean on Decembei i. wlll call al Quantaimmo for eoai. and aill arnve off the Mexl? can ' oast BbOUl hei'iiil" r 20 or -\ lt la stated Wlth emphasls that the Bhlpa an- being aenl to Mexico for the aole purpoae of relievlng vcaaala sl ready there Tin- Louistans, tha Mlch? lgan and the New Hampshire bave been in Mexico aince last v> bruary. On iccounl af wmdltlona it has been Impoasible to flra tbe men llbarty, and ti.,. Becretary of ihe Mary has decided thal the ofHcera and news of thoae veaaela hava had enough of tha diaa greeable aervlce. The three Bhlpa arlll proceed t,. th?ir home ports for OVSr hsullng. Will Stay If Needed. WhlM i! ls said that the ships rmw ordered t<> Mexico go only to relleva the othera it goee without aaylng that ii condltiona al the tlme are tbreaten ing all th.- warslups will remain ln Mai, an watera When it was flrsl an nounced thal the fourth dlvision was golng t?, Mexico t" relleva the aecond dlvision, consisting "f 'he Bhlpa now to i,e relieved, it waa said that nothlng was contemptated beyond a almple Inten hang- <>f ships. The fourth divlalon, however, has nmain'-'l in n watera and the American naval force there has been more than doubled It is now clear that the ad mlnistration has no Intention ><t dlmin ishing the Blae "f the nav.il force In Mexlcan watirs it ;s believed bere thal an'. action by ti,.- adminlatratlon In the Mexlcan situ? ation ... a whole wiii be delayed until ? ii whether the milltary activity nt the rebel forcea is Ithelj t,, i,ring on a deflnlte result Constltutianallata Ln ? gton ai.nfldV ni thal Huerta win aoon be drlven oul by f"t.f arms. This would BndOUbtedly bg pleasing to ihe arlmlnistrati..n. i.ring ing aboul lha ellmlnatlon of Huerta ln -\ well recognlsed mannei and wlthoul further trouble t" the Unlted Btati Rovolutlonary sgenta bere aay that \ ii.ii woi turn his attentlon t" Chi? huahua Clty, whlch Important centre, they (hink. wiii be captured witb aasa Tbej a i' 11 ', bal the phv ?? ia alreadj aurrounded. Haldane'a Speach Pleaamg. The apeech "f Viacounl Haldane la London yesterday, In whlch he sup portsd Prealdenl Wllsoa's Mexlcan p"i Icy, was road arltli mtlsfactlon la om , lal Irclea Hta nttarancea, as well aa those "f Premler Asqulth a few weeha ;iK". ar< taken to mean that bSUCl | ,r |!, the ailtnlnistt.itii'ti has nothlng to fear fiom Oreal Btitata regardlng Mexico. This is intonseiv gratlfying i" the ad? minlatratlon, Whlch has BOl been altO gether aatlallad, t<? put it mildly, wlth the poiicy of ihe Rritlab Poreign Ofllce, and particularlj tbe activity of certala iiniish Bgenta Much has beea done during the last fortnlghl toward reachlng a perfect uridi rstanding with Great Hrltaln. This has largcly been BCCOmpllahed through Bumeroua conferencea between Sir William Tyrrel, private BBCretary to the BHUsh Poreiga Mlttlstsr, and tha Becretary of state and between sir Wllllam and the Prealdent Sir Wlll? lam wiii leave Waahlngton on Bunday. FOR JUSTICE TO C0L0MBIA Senator Chamberlain Says His Vote Is Ready. Washlngton, Nov. 2S. ?S.-nator I'hambci inin, of Oregon, cauaad a miid aanaatloa to-day at a luncheon attended by all the LaUn-A merlcsn dtolotnata ln Waahlngton by atitiouti'lpg that he would yute f,ir "justice to Colombta from tha i'nited Btates" if '"' aver g?>t an opportuatty to ? ast a decMtfag vote m the controveray betweea thla oouatry and tha nuaith American countrj brought about bj tho aeparalJoa of Panama, As B"oii as Benator Chamberlsln vat down Ambasaador da Qama, of BrBsU, dSSB of the I.atln-Ani,ileaii I orps. BUg goatad that the party break up, and ln slleni e this waa done. Tbe '|l:,"l'' triok place Bl B luncheon Kiv'ti by .lohn Barrett, dlreetof general nf the I'iin- A inirieari l'nloii, In honor of his forty-aeventb birthday and tha thir t"i nth of his coniiictlon wlth Lalin-Amer lcan affairs STEEL PLANTS CLOSING Lack of Orders and Tariff Aro Blamed for Action. .:. irapfe t" Tbe 1 rSaaaa l Bharon, Penn., Nov. M Announcaaaant Waa m.ide at the olf.ces of the fameKie Bteel cotapaay t,,-da> that hiast furnaoa No. 1 aiil balf Of the OOfce ovi ns aWaOUg Ing t" the company in Karrcli would ClSSe on M,,nday for an indetlnlte peri"d. This will deprtve MVeral hundred men of . rn pioyment Tiie Bbaron werka ?>f the Csraagle Bteel i oiiip.iiiy ciosad to-day Indetlnltely. aml flva hunilred men were throwii out of work. (ifllclals of the company aay that lack of orders has caused the shutd"wn. Tbe iinaettle.1 condltlon of the imn and Btoal market ci i i-d by the new tariff ls hlatned BtSO I'.v steel oion. Only One "BROMO QUININK" That la i..\x IT1VB BBOMO yilMNK l.ook f,,r tba Btgaatun of g W QBOVB ''ur. - a i'i,l,| ln Oaa L>*>, l.*ui?r* drlp ln Tv,v ba>s. B*t. ? AJM. PLAN MASSACRE IF U. S. STIRS MEXICO Natives Will Answer Inter ference with General Slaughter. DEATH FEAR HANGS OVER FOREIGNERS Woman Passenger on the Morro Castlc Tells of Reign of Ter ror- Wilson Is Scored. The steamshlp Morro I'astle, of the Ward Uaa, arrlved yesterday from Vera Crua, bringtag ataety pauaengera ha ?", among them many who fl. .1 from M.xico becauae of tbe aavaattled conditions. Th.. ifexteaaa among the pajjaangara Bcemed afratd to talk. ln faet, this rati eence waa aol entlrely lacklng aniefuj tba Engltsh and Amerl. .m pssseagers. One of the un.-ommurii. i.tlv.- O-UBS WSUI Robert rromwell. of this clty. who Said he ha.i passsd through many strenuoua expeiiencea, __i dld aot aranl to say any thlng aboul th.-m Another man, Bgrpar ,-ntiy wealthy, who aaked thal his name ba aol uaed, said i "Thlnga nt- terrlbly uaaettled dowa Wo don'l know what la gOlBg I" happen trom ona jj-.y to the next. Bul ray personal eonnectlijna forbkl me to l dk about the Bltuatlon There was 08*8 woman. however, who a_a brinuntng avar arlth aewa and optn toaa aboul ti..- BituevUoa Bba waa Mrs. Chaiiaa U. Huater, of Edlaburgh, Bcot land. nbaee hnaband la manager of the Paaraan jute miiis al Cfra_-*ha. She Bad wlth her thre.-- .-hildr.-n and IWO niaids. Her husband remalned at his p'.st. "What We most fctr down there," she said. "is 4__aartcaa b_tervantlon. The." is BO ilouht la nnj ho.ly's mind that if _V terv. rition COfnCS lt will menn a tna-sa.-ie by the tocenaed populace aol only of Aincii.ans hut of all f-.i-iKruis ln th.-lr rage tbe Mexl ana would aol atop to i'.Is erlmlnata ? \ f. a dayi ago there araa a terrlble acare, and many people Bad to Vera. rrur. thtnklng that If tba crlata BhO-ld eotne tbey could t.ik.- refuge on tba Braa shlpa tbare. Bul we da kled te - I altogethsr ?it is Prealdenl Wllson'a pollcj that ls tn.-kin_. the sltnatloa ao unsettled and dangarous. (_ courae, Bomethlng baa goi lo be done Aff.Urs ln Mexico arlll aaver rlght tbamaelves; but taterventlon ly the Ameiicana aloaa arould be a cat_a> tr.>t he. Ther? is a general oplatoa MUM arhatever actlon ia takea shouid be tak.-n by the powera totartly That arould _how that it waa n..t an attampt by tha Unlted ae Hi kI o Mexlcan aentunenl is decldedly agalnai President Wilson, said atra Hunter. .nother pa ?' ''hil-ls, a pliint.it'.:. awnei fr>>m Ban Luta Potoal, ! thal the rebels were gatherlng for the battle al that place whea he left Thelr presence BBade '.v.rk Impoaalblo, .',s tbe aevkllera were bul little better thaa hand Its President Huerta, ao ordlng to Mr ihii.i-. could boi control tbe altuatlon, The M..rr.j I urtls rOUgbl h.-ui" for burlal tbe body of Thorwald Jcrgeaaen, a . ...ii pg m r from < nt He dli .1 frdcn pernhrloui anaemla ni: body wiii ? to bla home, Lakevlew, WIs. DEATH AHEAD OF FREEDOM Parole Finds One Convict Dead, One Dying, One Blind. Plttaburgb, Nov 2& Elghty-ona oon rieta In the Weatera Penltantlary here were Informed to-daj thal the state Board <.f Paurdona had acted favorabty on ther appllcatlona for parole under tba new Pannaylvanla law and Miay arere free lo leave tha prlaon. They wara releaaed ln aquada of three untn all bul three had di; arted ?>f tins number one had died a faw mlnutea before bbi tlma for freedotn arrlved; another. a woman, w.is s.. iii |..-r d-atii appeared b matter of only a few mlnutea, and tba third waa totally i imd it was Biicoaaarj to make goma other proi biion for blm WIRY PERSIFLAGE COSTLYl Talker Imprisoncd in 'Phone Booth Until Police Arrive. when Davld Rosenberg, of Mo -i. Eaat 7th street. gatB on a t.-h-phone htf) re< ks n..t of tlme, nor light, n.'r BUght 8-88 that l?, when ba ts convrrsing wlth iii.rn bera of tba at>paette aax. luvlit's w.-akn.-ss for ihe vvlry per*ifiai;e got him into aii kimis of trouble laal iiUht when be eatered a tetapboea booth in Kiih.iiis drug Btore, al Houatea street and Pacond avenue^ and bagan to ex cttaage Idees arlth aomobody ob tbe other and of the arlre, it vvas n t;. o'clock arhen Davld aaterad the booth, bal whea he started to b-ave he dls. ..\ ere.l that he Waa ktcked ln, and. atl tho llghtH were ollt. a hriiii.int Idea took Bvoaaeaatoa (,i Davld, and be called up Pottca Head quartera, and atatad bla piiwht. The Kb stict Btatlon was communlcatad arlth, and a aquad of detectlves aud unlformad initrolm. -n was .-.-nt t>. ________ drug sture. They found Davld, greatly over heated sad fuinlng, arlth hla face praaaed agalnsl tbe wlndow af tha booth. it was ncciaaar] lo awake Kabaa bef. Davld was releaaed. AUTO PLUNGES INTO GORGE New Yorker and Wife Lay Helpless Three Hours. I B) "i.i.-L.-i.ii.il le Thi 'i rll ua* i I'anon <'ity, I'oio, Nov. M Ptnned be> neath the BtaertBg wheel of hi ov.-r turned kwrtag car in the b_9tom <>f a moui.taiii gOrge n.ar I'll-hlo. wlill.- his wife u> un> otis.aaua near by, j. lt, m. Curdy, of New york, ia> for three boura to-ntght before a boraaniaa heard hb) rnoaris an.i summoned asslstanc to e\ trt.alc him. -The couples chance* of recovery ara deubtfBI, Jnsl as their tOUrbBg ear approadici the brldga over the ebaaaa, tbe Ughfa went OUt Mr. Md'unly tlied to k. ? ? his cht oii tba road, but before _*) could BtOp tbe miichine had na. h.-.l th.- tiirn Mc? i'iinly mtH?ed the brl.ltje an.i the aiilomo bOe plangad down into tha ravlna, a dts* Mn.. of thirty feet. As th? h.-avy car turned over in mldalr. Mrs Mct'tirdy was tin ..\v n cl.-.ir Mr Mci'urdy ls owner of a lal_9 gro sary ta New ferk. He ha,i btrad tba car to go to Ib-ulah to visit a frlend. The name ,,f .1. M. |foCurdy Is not found ln the clty dire.lory. NEW MORO GOVERNOR Frank W. Carpenter First Oivilian To Be Appointed. Manila. Nov. BL?Frank W. Carpenter, executive secretary of the Phlllppines. was to-day appointed Governor of the Provlnce of Moro. Mr. Carpenter aueceeda kwtgadler Gen? eral John J. Pershing and ls the flrst civlllan Governor wlfO has ever held offlce in the Provlnce of Moro. GERMANS ARREST FRENCH Alsatian Frontier Incident Has Serious Ending [By rable to The TIBBBBB4 Darls, Nov. 28.?Another Franco German frontier incident occurred this evening at Zabern. on the Alsatian Blde of the line. Two lleutenants arrested n French civlllan, who escaped, but was recaptured. A mixed crowd 1 romptly assembled outside the guard house, and 88 8 serious breach of the j peace BSemed Inevitable a party of llfty Gorman aolrilers turned out, cart i ridges belng dlstributed to them. The oltleer in commnnd, however, issiied an order not to flre at, but to ? harge, the crowd. This was done. and thirty arrests were made, in'ludlng two barrtatera a public prosecutor. all three French, and a Pafta newspaper editor. * SPREE INAUTO IS COSTLY 2 Chauffeurs, Haled to Court, Find "Wine Is a Mocker." Two chauffeurs were arrested yester day, taken to police courts and punlshed ; by the preaftltng inaglsliBlss Oaa of then Iwaa flned for three separnte offenres,. It jis ejtaged that both wcaa intoxlcatod whlle 1 operatlng tbeir automobiies. The lirst man Charlea Ii. Sc\ !? r. of No. :,.',n \\est lUd --.treet.. mplpyed by l?. Wyatt Aik.'ii, of No. Bl WaltOn avenue, Yon i..;s was arraJgned before Magistrsta Houaa in th.' Harlem police court. He was charired wlth drunkcnriess, f.illing to bave his badge propdrty dtsplsysd and falllng to have the auto lamps lluhted. The man was flned IT."., or thirty days in Jall. on th.' first .harxe: 12. or tWO 'i.ys ln Jail. "ii the aaCOhd charge, and the BBBM on the third charge Ha did aol pay aad Waa sent to jail. Patrolmen Albert Gleason and John Wsla testlfled that they loiiimandsared snother mschtne to chase s.yier, and caught iii ii* sftsr threetonlng to shoot. The chSSe extend-d over twelve blocks. Th- aUaUTaatrate, In passlri* sentence, said that BO would do all in his BOWI r to r.ake it Impoastble for a chauffeut to re ne? his llcense if he had ever beea con vi t. ,i of iirunhennesa The Other prlsonci said he was Harry K. Orove, "f Na Ml Weal USth BtraaJ He Wmj bold - " " ball for trial ln - .rss. Orove was arralgned before Maglatrate Corrlgaa ln the Morrlssnls court yester '.ia>- mornlng, eharged with operatlng a nvachlne whlle be was under the inrluenee of ilquor. The pottcsanan complalnaal BBJd that he bad BeOB th'- auto driv.-n by Crove Bwerve many tlnn ? and then strlke th.. curbatone. S. P. C. A. OFFICER KILLED John Read Run Down by Auto ?Was Famous Dog Fancier. john Road, sup.rrtntdhdi nt of the Man battan Boclety for the Preventlon "f Cru . itv t" Animala ahelter at -ith atreet and Avenua A. was run doarn snd MUed by an BUtOmoblle tru. k at 8Kb str.'.t and First avenue yeaterday An ambulance took blm t" Bellevue Hospttsl, bul be dled a few mlnutea after bemg placed oa an oparal ing lahta Hia rlbs were fraetured and BS bad ii.t. rnal injuib-s. .lohn FlaUl Blgan, ' h.Hiff.-ur of the IrW 8, was not ai Tl si. .1. ,:,.,. ha.i been m the emptoy of the s. p. ?-. a for nearl) tweatj reara and had ? wide rapuiatlon as a dog Lautcter. Ha was born ln Bngland and eoasa t" thla country ln bla routh. Al one time be araa employed bj Augual Belmonl asa breeder and Iate- was Bttacbsd to the W.stmln tter Kenni la Ha was Bfty-flve reara oid and llved with his wite at No. H BSSl Ultb Btreel _ AMERICAN PROBLEM ALONE "The National Review," of London, so Regards Mexico. i,"iiioii. Nov. M "The Watlonal Re? view," nbleh is Bsually bostlle to Aaasrt* ,-a, says ot the Mexican queatlon that the proplnqulty of Mexico to tha i'nited States is tha ni"st Important of the o,it Btandlng eleraentary (8 ita t<? be taken IntO consl'leritlon. an 1 pronounces "as utterly farcical the Irresponsihle idea that Mexti 0 is a sultable tield for splrtt.-d Hrit lih policy." The "K, view" adds: "it la qulte usetam to attack or Bhusa the i'ntte.1 Btatea for puisutag a polley which w i.tl'l uniioubteiil> be ours wsra we In her pos'tlon. She Lt confronted by b grave pr3blaiB al a blghly Inconvenlent momi al 'i be Prealdenl la the aoul of aln cetity and detesta the idea of golng to rngmf, ... It Ih ;. palpahle caae for mas terly inactivity 00 ?>ur part . . . Wo recogalse that Mextso la aaolusrrely sn Am.?! i'-.in problem, as America BCknOWl Bdgod the Traiisvaal to 08 B Hritlsh prob? lem."_ LIME WATER SAVES MERCURY VICTIM Motion I'icture Actress Taken x Home from Hospital Fully Recovered. I n> Tatagrapb to Tbe Tribune, i N\ack. N. Y.. Nov. "JM.-Mrs. Imn gena Robson, motion plctura actreas, who took blchlorlds of niercury taldets by mtatake for beadacbe tablsta a week ago. was retnoved from the Nyack Hos? pital to her home in Tappan to-day, apparantly entirely reeoaerad. Phys.t cians regani her recovary aa ramarha ble. it. O, a. Leltner forced large quan tltlea of llma water into the woin.-m'i stoiiiioii, the theory of tba pbyslcians ln ing that the chemical action result btg arould eauaa tbs bfchlorlds ha di vlde Into two dlfferoat cnaanicsdar-mer curic oxlde nnd calcium chloride. Tim iirst is nol abaorbed Into the ayatem .md the calcium Is hanalesa Wilson Message on Tuesday. Washlngton. Nov. M ? Congresslonai kasaara agreed to-day upon a Jolnt session Of tho House and Senate at 1 p. rn. on Tuesday, tit whlch Prealdent Wilson will read ln persoa blS annual message. FERDINAND RETURNS HOME. Vienna, Austria Kov. 18. ? King l'er dlnand of Rulgsrla, whose long aojourn in Auatrla bad led to repaataa reporta that he tnlended to abdlcate. laft for S'.fl.i thla mornlng. NEW GRAND JURY FOR GRAFT CASES Special Panel To Be Asked for Trials of Fowler and J. K. McGuire. HINT AT ANOTHER HENNESSY BACKFIRE Asphalt Contractor Insists Road Material Specifications Were Secretly Altered. The new grand jury of the ('rlmlnal Branch of the Supreme Court, to f,e sworn ln Monday. wlll handle the future eraBjj. nal procecdings growing out of th,- j04,,, Dea Inqulry, a<eordlng to an announce ment at the District Attorne;. a office la? night. Kverett P. Fowler, indlct.-.i for extor? tion, and James K. MeCui.e, in.lieted for aollcltlng campaign funds from a corpora? tlon. were aceused hy a Qkaasral Seaalons ?'otirt grand jury, but the r?!strlrt Attor ney's offl.e de< ided yaaterday that th* future devrelopments of the Cantpalgn fund graft Inqulry are too likeh- to take up a lot of tlme to make lt certala they could be handled by a grand jury already loarj. ? 1 a ith a lot of routlne work. The Fowler and McGuire case* wiu b* transferred to the Supreme Coart, '"rtmb. nal Hraneh. when they come to trlal, anl lt is expected that District Attorney Wh,t B_9fl wlll ask for sperial [anaig in each case. Josf Pidgaan, daputy gaaretary of state, eame down from Alb.r '.'.lay to supply to Asslstant District Attorn>y John K. riark a number of doeumenu frotn the Secretary cf State's office, in- ' cluding the utate and county tr. asurera* reports of campaign recelpta and expendl. tUtaa in 1919, IHI and HU, as aall as cer tain much wanted records of caaal and road contracts which hadoeen lat in thoi* three years. Mr. Pidgeon a.-sured Mr. Clark of th* eo-operation af tha lecietaijr of Stat*'*. BdSea, and said be would come back on requeat at any tbne tl ?? ptaaaeator migtu went the origlnal documents identlfled ln Krand jury or court room. Arthur II. i 'hamberlaln. the asphalt and road oii aaBdarwha waa faraed toadmiton the arltnaaa stand Iti the J.,nn Doe Inqulry that he had attemptcd to Induence the evklence to be given by Ftllrr.ore i.'ondlt, Of the I'nlcn Oll Companv. aald ; ? >t> nlay that Paul Mcl.oud, the for':.. r _ngfB00r of the Hlghwaya Denartinent who was in Ms offlc whea he laasphoncd te ? .ridit, vv. uld app.-ar at the jQhfl Di ? Inqulry Monday and testify if h- vvas wanted. Chamberlaln said McLoud could tell a Btory whlch would call ...r exi _U-__ona frcm Johr. A. HmiHIJ' BS 10 bla a.-tivi tlee whea in the HUghwaya i1 ??; but neltb..'t C-uvnberlaln nor McLeai aoulii ko into det ? 'hamberiain InaiBted, however, that thera was another graft sto ;. ao lar un touched iti any Investlgatton, arhlch haa to do .(ith the rk-UBglng of apei Iflcationa on road work .-??iretly, voi.-d i ..ntraetors the rlght to from ? ?ert.tin si-, c.n.-d and - penalve r..a.i oii.s te tai top dreeetag. He d-.iar.-i l I this story if h>- a_ BH" neaa before Jaaaea \\. Gtoborna i albany. CARLISLE GETS TIME TO COMSULT COUNSEL Hearing of Charges Against Highway Commissioner Post poned Until Wednesrtay. [By TS-agiai h ta Ti-.e Tribaa Albany. Nov. __-?To give J I Carllale, tbe aceused Coaan - t at High way bl an opportunlty i ?'? couns.-i. Jaaaaa W. Oatrarn v-mor Olynn'a -iveetlgatar, poetponed to-day utiUl next Wt'.lncs.lay the baai ng on the chargea growh-g a I aapbB_l scandai broughl agalaal Hr Carlisle If Henry a. Rublno, attona - I r tba BB_*> ner-Quinlan Asphalt Col - -*rB9i ment was rea.he.l nft. r 9 ? ??? ' renr* by Mr. Osborne Mr. Rublno. When the meeting scheduled ' I B_9 afternoon was called to order horn* Miue.t.'i! Mr. RaMBO tO ?' OAP pared on W.-dn. sday to open the hearing with the pteeoatattoa of tba ch-_rga9 9gi any avtdaace he nalghl haw 1 aa r.__rta of the chargrs ls that C< ,,r Car" llsle dlscrlmitiatc.l Bgadasl W urntl QB991 i.in and oth.-r atl aspbaM inanufactaa Ing lompanles in his spw '??'?? -tl?'"" 'f the butldlag of state hlghwaya, and that he favored the Harber Company. known as the asphalt trust. Mr. Carlisle will produce o". We.ines ,ia% the records ad the four ? 1-_bs he,d oa the aapbaH apealfieatlonB .." JoH **? juy .3, October ._ and Novembef l?. Tlu- Harb.r Company intenda 89 take an actlve part in rtofemUng Itaolf trom the aivu-ations made agf|M< lt 'n '*" Carllale ohargea. Two of it* retweaaaa-B" tlve* VrankUn Nevtae and r? LaflaX KaV logg. were praajent ta-day, aad ^ Navhaj BaM that ba want..: aa <>ppor' tunity to present evldence It would 98 gCCepted, Commissioner ?'-' ??" said" Patrlek H. Qulnlan, rlee-praau- nl ef th* Warner-Quinlan Ootapany, aill " a 998* ness for itubino. to support the chargsa Qavernor ciynn c*j8_ferred e/Bh ^,r Carlisle and Attorney Oener*.l Cxriaaaf over th.- asphalt chargea, bul ? ,h,r would dls.-uss the . matter. ?-_ SULZER BARRED BY CLUB Milwaukee Newspaper Men Re fuse to Reccive Him. | Mv TeleKrai.h ... The Tiil'ic I .Milwaukee. N..v. M, William BVabWa not of sut'icient Importance to be r"'"v. as a anaai af the Mlla aukw P aceoivftlng to the dedelAn ol Its oBV*fa, mad.- public to-day. James (iatrli-^ Sulzer's press agent. came here *ev^ days ago to aiTaU-ge for ihe dt?po1",<, (,07 ,-rnor to riellver a lecture hefor.- the cl on the way Ihe tiewspa.-crs _a9-t-Bi I pjoiaedlBga of Ua hwpaacbraeBi trlal. Ti..- eaab is regarded as all the m-" polnted because tbe Blab has been ho*. to Jack Johnson and other puglliata. * HALDANE PLEASES WILSON. . Washington. Nov. K-Whlta "oU*| ofllclals Informally express.d thelr ?-PP clatlon to-day of th? speech of Vls(-ou Haldane. Lord High Chancellor of Ore Brltaln. In l.ondon last night, 1? whl he praiaad Praaldant wiison'a interpret ? tion ol the Monroo Doctrlne.