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ference al scaae point other than Wash? m ?ton occupied i part "f the Un the mediators to-day. According to ?H ; racadt at, the ? nference should be held in neutral territory, and to aaseabla It iti the capital Of MM Of the [art.. the controversy would be repugnant to the very spirit of mediation. Havana was suggested as conven? ient and neutral and ?'anida was also proposed. As Havana is extremely hoi at this time "f year, it was argued that SOflSe l'an,nil.m point would be prefer? iible. There is BjOffnC q'l.stion, hOWl whether the United states win consent to a conference held elsewhere than in Washington. Indeed, Beert tary Bryan has intimated that he might feel COSO pallad to opposa .- uch a step. No la? I ision was reached tO-dS . Richard Olney 's being considered by the administration as the American mam bar of th,- peace conferenca it Is felt that Mi. OlUC] ? BPCSl? ? m the Cabinet, first as Attorm Qeneral and later as Secretary of state, pa, uiiarly tits him for the im? portant ml Ion. The extent of Presi? dent Wilson's confidence m the former Se?ieta;y of State has been demon? strated by his tender to Mr. olney of the office of Ambassador to Great Britain. There have been rumors that .lohn Lind would h-- chosen as the rep? resentative of the United states and tll'I-e ?I tea?on to believe (hat lie i,. - ?he Indorsement of Secretary Bryan for that place. lenor Zubarran, secretary of Quber? aadon in the Carranss cabinet, has rea? bed Washington. He has not ?ought an Interview with the prei dent or the decretar-, ,,r statt, but will, it is assumed, bave a conference with the mediators FUNERAL HERE FOR VERA CRUZ HEROES Secretary of Navy Coming to New York to Take Part in Demonstration. i ! I .til 'I I.. Tl ill : Washington. May t Th sailors and 11?i* tints Who h"t their lives in the Bghtlni at Vera Crua are t.. be honored when their bodies arrive In New York aboard the cruiser Montana, which sails from Vera CrUS Monday and will nach Nee Vork about a we. k latl The Secretary of the Nevj announced to-day that he would no to New York to participate In the < < remoi it is planned thai the old battleships Iowa. Massachusetts and Indiana, now at Philadelphia BttUI out for the annual cruise of th.- midshipmen, eill be sent to sen to meet the Montana and convoy her into New York Harbor, it ?rill be Impoa Ible on account of th.- absence of most of the fleet m Mexican waters to give te t?o- dead from Vera Crus all the honor which the Navj Department con? sid. rs lueii dec, hut all thai CSD he done to demonstrate the government'a ap? preciation of tin u M ; be none d?crets 17 Dsniela saya thai am nunts tor the services In New fork have besa placed In the hands of Captain Al> bell Oil iv--. ' on.mandant of the BrOOk Iv n navy yard, ami Captain M 0. Dunne, naval supervisor of the barber of New Yo'k. They have been told to co-operate wit 11 the < iv ii authorities lor a general demonsti stlon. it la Mr Denlels'a object to make the aei line In New York of s national char and for that reason be plans to attend personally. There la a tentative suggestion of u funeral proc?selos from th.. Battery to Brooklyn Bridge and from there to the navy yard. The bodies Ol the ?lead Will be sent I their respective homes, if relatives > they ? an be buried Is the Arlington tionai 1 "ent< tery hen but se fSi 1 ? ? ? ipuests to thai effeot have inen received Special ceremonlea will be held in va? rious parts of the country, In Chicago there will be ageeial si rvtoea for Private Samuel Meist fitx rg, oi the mai Mr. 1 ?aim is h,,s issued Instructlona that a detachment el m* a and the band from the Qreat Lakea training station be sent to Chtaaga f? t'a- SSI*ICI Similar nr ?atiK.inents have also been directed at Mobile, where i: 11 Prohllehstela, a sutler, erlll be buried CARRANZA MAY_DECUNE Rebel Officials Think He Will Oppose Conference. ? r>y Ttetea El PasOj Tax? Maj 3 In the opinion of rabal offlclala hi 1 a and in j. Qeneral Carranss 1 point rebel represen ta tlvee to the 1 oonference being arranged by the A it <* modi s tors The : r the ap? pointment was forwarded to Qeneral Carranaa to-niK Carraasa'a attltudi -cited, ?s that there can be no peace In Mexl ??' so long as Huerta '"? mains In controL I ?? HS' ffig^aV'tts* & (Wat %& 5o4-co-e$ ?ifto a*miu t^P at 4?tb $t. announce Special Sales -of? Tailleur Suits Costume Suits Dinner Gowns Dance Frocks Street and Afternoon Dresses Coats?Capes?Cape-Coats Blouses Millinery -?-???? DAVIS FINDS HUERTA MEN TRUE TO TYPE TribuneCorrespondentGets His First Sight of a Federal Soldier. HE'S BRIGAND, POLITE AS HE IS UNKEMPT Clothed in Uniform of Calico Pajamas, He Acts as Escort to French Consul. By RICHARD HARDING DAVIS. Vera Crus, May 2, "nee every day through the refugee special Vera Cruz completes th* Circuit with Mexico City. When tba navy was in control this train aras la charga of Lieutenant Fletcher, When he tinned over in? command to the army, his brother officers, in recognition of h services, presented him with a OOndm tors punch. To-day WM (he. Ural time tba train was run by Un- army. Lieut, nant RichSJrdSOO, of the 1!?th Infantry, was in charge, and to assist him h? bad a junior lieutenant, a Pull? man car conductor, a wireless outfit, bluejai kf-ts and a train guard with ball Cartridges ThS tram schedule is to run beyond oui outposts to where the track jor three miles is torn up and to Whers the ties are on lire to Baxttlho. Beyond that, to Orisaba, the Federals are supposed to have employed the idle honra of mediation in undermining tie ti.s and bridge?, but as that is given on evidence only of refugees it is hardly worth cable tolls. To-day the French Consul, M. OulSSt, went with us to arrange with General Maas for a mail service between the consult here ami th.- foreign ministers in Mexico City, and he wenl beyond our outposts. From our place of ob? servation on the cowcatcher of tin- lo comoUve we saw him returning with a handkerchief for a Bag of truce and i a o brigands for his escort. They were the first of the enemy we had sein, and not evso the French Consul's full dress uniform could wrest from them the centre of the stage, it always is a Surprise when people look tly as they appear in their photo? graphs It was almost as though the brigands bad dressed for the part, as though they had made up for the "ntOV ies." Bach wore a felt sombrero, trimmed e/ithstiver, and a uniform of calico pajamas, while over his shoul? ders was slung a belt of cartridges and, for good measure, the saddle blanket was entirely covered with cartridges. With utter Indifference, with unseeing ? es, they sat in their saddles, while , with gaping interest the train guard surrounded them. These, then, were the non they bad come to tight: these cowboy Indians, ferocious looking, sav? age, unwashed, unkempt, in their ar? mor p?ate of cartridges. In comparison, our own infantrymen, char eyed, i lean shaven, with white skins showing below the collar line and with red ami sandy hair, looked like young Vikings in khaki. Three han? dled years ago Dane ami Norseman touched this continent. Slowly before him thu Anglo-Saxon has driven to the South the red man and exiled the Spaniard, and to-day his descendants, from the steps of a Pullman ear. came to native Mexi.o, t h, Indian still sav? age and Ignorant ami as yet unsub? dued. The French Consul, with graceful gesture, offered t*> his escort a bundle of bills, but with gesture equally grace? ful the lir.-t brigand waved the money aside, and. banding from ins pony, of? fered his hand. And then, Without ones having let Ins eyes fail upon the Amer? ican soldiers, he galloped back to his general. He was the first Federal wo had seen, w? very much would like to know if he will be the last. ENGLISH MINE MAN FREED Not Known Whether Federals Received Ransom or Not. Washington, May I.?A B. Emery, nn.nuKer of an English owned mine, who ?..s reported t<> have been held for ran soni t'.' Federals m Barat?ese is safe end well in Mexico City, according to a dispatch to the state Depeartment to? lla) by Consul Canada at Vere Crua The ' onSUI reported that "tlie matter of mu si m had been settled " whether i.mer\ paid t.> obtain his re? lease or the demend for ransom was . the consuls dispatch did not In? Ueate. ?? GEORGE KNOBLAUCH OUTWITS MEXICANS New York Harvard Club Member, However, Spoils a Picturesque Story. HELD UP 14 HOURS, HE IS FINALLY FREED W.Belmont Parker Tells of Thrill ing Experiences of Refugees Leaving Mexico City. By ARTHUR RUHL. \ii.i Crus, May 'J, ? Ueorgc Knob lauch, Harvard. <?7, hrother of Kdward Knoblauch, the playwright, author of 'Kismet," and a member of the Har? vard Club of New Vork, is another of the young Americans ?haken out of M-xk o by the crista Knoblauch's, career, has been at quite the opposite swing of the pendulum from that of his literary brother. He is a mining and civil engineer, lean and bronzed like an Indian, and has spent most oi his life since leaving College in hard work outdoors. The story told of Ins escape is | resrjue, In that he was about to be banged by Mexicans as a spy when be tiiid to satisfy them by pretending to be h Herman citizen, since he speaks i lerman, This might ssam easy, but the Mexi < ans were not convinced. At the las' moment a chivalrous Spaniard slipped a (Jerman coin into Knoblauch's hand. He pretended to pull it out of his pocket, and said. "Sep. here's a coin 1 brought with me from the old country." "lie veras," said the Mexicana, and let him go. Unfortunately tins attractive nar? rative is not unite true, in that there WSJ no rope and the Herman coin was given to Knoblauch before he left Mex? ico by another Harvard man, \V. Uel niont Parker, a member of the New York Harvard and Lotos clubs, who is m Mexico investigating economic con? ditions. Knoblauch did borrow citi? zenship papers from s Qerman friend, but, although held up for fourteen hours at Soledad, he did not have to us'.1 them. Parker tells an extremely interesting story of conditions in Mexico City. A feeling of tenseness and excitement was in the air everywhere. The shop? ping streets were deserted, the stores were barred up and mounted police? men were stationed in front of the American Club, Even that social holy of holies, the Mexican Jockey Club, seemed filled with I strange air and a murmur of something about to hap? pen. It is gaaslpCfll everywhere that Huertas resignation was written last Sunday nnd was about to be published, when the old President took another drink, pounded bis list on the table and Shouted that he would never resign while there remained breath in his body. Signs were put up in the streets be? fore the refugee trams left, Baying Now- or never." and live hundred Americana gathered at the station. pending four hours there before they could get off. amid the greatest con? fusion, excitement and suspense. Mi anwblle there was no hostile demon? strations from Mexicans. At one small station in the highlands the train made a long wait, during which the populace crowded to the windows, shouting, "Death to the Qrlngos!" a big. blond mining en? gineer shouted bac!;, 'Viva Mexico'" A lady suggested that he take off his hut to the crowd ||c swung his hat in the air and shouted "Viva Mexico" with greater enthusiasm. Ami before he got through the childlike crowd was reach? ing through the windows to shake the hands of the Americana At another place Where tlo- train stopped lor the night there were three thousand Mexican soldiers gathered. A line of them stood guard outside the car windows all night, nodding over their guns. One of them slipped and Ids own rule went off and a bullet went i into his neck and out the top Of his head \n night his comrades kept coming up, lighting matches end point? ing to the holes where the bullet went In and came out. It was not comfort? ing to those inside, who did not know when the next gun might be die? charged In the same way. This was the crowd winch changed to the Isthmus Road at Card?la and caught the Hancock at Puerto Mexico. Parker has been an English Instructor ut Harvard. He arrived in Mexico only about a month ago. The mar approach of the rainy sea? son is a matter of SOTJM concern to the American fores. The danger from mosquitoes and consequent malaria is much graater. Vara Crus, with its underground sewers and asphalt streets, Is one of the healthiest cities in Mexico. All parts of the lowland, or tierra nealiente. in this neighborhood are subject, however, to maiaria and tropical Cavara, and the infantry at the outpost "amps, where mosquitoes are already thick, wiil need screened tents more than the bluejackets did. The weather thus far has been v. ry hot. but dry. except for one early morn? ing rain, so that some of the most dis? heartening dittbulties of campaigning in the Ironies are yet to be met. The , climate about Mexico City and the ; highlands generally is much cooler in summer than New York. Ceneral Funston s men brought only dog tantS and tl.e lightest equipment. If the i amp about Vara Cruz continues through the rainy season, moving troops to a higher altitude will become a mutter of serious consideration. Equitable's War Policies. 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The Record Book actually helps you solve seven pictography It tells you hist where in Poor Richard', Ainu nack the answers ire located Who knows bul that one Of these hint might win the award tor vou: SALTILLO CUT OFF BY VILLA'S FORCES City Said To Be in Des? perate Straits for Food as a Result. ID] ' ? aarrsi h ta e.] Juarez, Mexico, Ma) I -Th? movement of rebel troops toward Saltillo ? to-day. Villa's plan ?U ? ?.,? ; Ugl '? so surround the capital of Coahulla with rebel troops that it will be Impossible for reinforcements to roach th< i Its or for Velasco'a force In Saltillo t.> retri it ?'.?lierai K. a. Benavldea wits, the Zara? buss brigada to-day cul communication between Saltillo and Monclova, whi ? | federal gsnison has been preparing to move to Saltillo, and late tO-daj sdl say be le moving to attack the Isolated garrison. Saltillo condition nr,. believed to he desperate. It has been SSVei ?' ? it was possible to i-ret sny food Into the city, except the little ti i\ could be SO? uied from nearby ranchea and !'?.? Who have deserted "TOUI th? garrison there aay the aoldiera and the peoi the city are facing starvation. Unless re? list can quickly be given, v. las o'a only hope now. it is believed, la to light way out to the south. Final r**mferencea w.*-i Q< ? ? il tTenus? tlano Carranss by George 8 Carothera special representative of th< Mai Depart ment. Koberto Pesquiera Carranss'i con SdentlsJ agent on Um < arder, and the American Consul, Marion Letcher, are to be held in Chihuahua I Ity tO-mOITOW night. Following the conference, wbUrh ?r.av last for some hours Of D sy ? ? joumed to be resumed Monday, Gem Carranza will bi gin Ids journey to the south. The conferen. i - I ? mderatood, v-.;'.i have to do with the treatment of Ameri? cana In rebel ten? '. ? j ? d Um several Americana held under n chargea by rebela n Sonora and west : towns An effort also vv.:; ??? ? by the rebels. ;? la s.o. 1. I i em? bargo on ammunition to rebels modified BO that saddles and clothing lor BOM may be sent In for the rebel aru.v. SAYS REBELS LOVE U. S. Consul General Hanna Thinks It Crime to Oppose T eflL . i . . Washington, May 2 -The la a copy of a telegram from Philip C. Hanna, consul general, dated at Mon? terey May 1. and received til- after-, noon: "May 1. 1 P. M -Quiet Order ire vails and a most friendly spirit is be? nag shown by the Constltutlonaiist of Boars toward Amerie.ins and all for? eigners. General Pablo Qonsales, the commander in charge, and General An? tonio Villareal. the new Governor, called on me at the consulate general last night to .pay their ressm la, "Many of the other nfllcail have called. Including Colonel FtteutSS, Site Governor of An^BSSSSdientOS, and the new Mayor at Monterey and the new State Treasurer. All are moat .xsrdlal and friendly, and they have all ex i pressed their deep regrets at the h ?> our Bag and people and your consul general were insulted p?, the sc-call d ]?'? d< ? "The i eopli ??? d a ? ' their i..\a ami re.-pe. t for o r country peo] le and our Bag, and for ua t" ? ? r . ?? needless difference with them .\ ? i be kindred t<> a ( rima" TAMPICO AMERICANS LAX Refugee Says Authorities Neg? lected Interests. Mr. end Mrs. j..s. ph Reilllng, ? from Tsmpico, srrlved In Newark :?? I day at tha home i>f Mr. Reilling'a faUier, ta nth st. The Rices of I Oerman and Bi gllsh a srshipa in Tsi harbor, Mr. Reilllng saya aavi cans in Tami. : Ides the sh. lling of Vera C ta by the Amerl? itUeahlps, Mr. Reillini \- etican in? ter, its In 1 imj ? ted bj the Am? IP- further d? that if tlie United Bt not go to ? : with M< rii o be ???. : n< ??? >r retui n t., ? country, '"? n id be i ble for sn Araerli in Th.- majority that it' t ? war ' I Mexico. For thai - think An ?-?-? MEXICANS TWICE HANG AMERICAN When He Recovers Consciousness $3,000 in Gold and All Port abies Are Gone. Vera Crus, May '_'.?II. \V. M land, a pineapple grower, was twice strung up by the neck | ?? ? i bis own workmen, ro bed and left f r dead on a : BI Burro, re sr Bant i Lui n ' ?a. He e ith otht r rd ly In a penniless eon? n ami was taken in i barge I : Red i rosa McClelland bad received Consu ada's warning to leave, but <. his departure He was seized in the yard of the plantation, bout beaten and ordered to produce his money. He said he had nona where ng up to a lim tree After a few minutes he was loi ?low n and Sgatn ordered to give monej. BtiU protesting thai ha had nona, be eras again hoisted Whan ha recovered conseil isnesa lying on Ute Boot of ins bous?, whs h bad bean r.tied. the roi.b? rs obtaining 13,000 in gi Id and a small amount of Mexican money? His clothing md everything portable in the I also bean stolen. Mi clelland and his partner, W. P, Gregory, the latter having ' ?an absent St the time of tha robbers' visit, mad?. their way to Santa Lucrecia and joined the refugees from the capital Vera Cruz Wounded Doing Wei Washington, Mg] I All of she Bftj six wounded men at Ve?a Cmi ai. re? ported doing well. Kirk Christy, sea man, ii.is been discharged from tlw Solace and returned'to the New Hassp .si.n e. TO CHECK ANSWERS IN TRIBUNE'S QUIZ Noted Firm of Certified Ac? countants to Handle the Immense Task. With the Ben Franklin Quis neatlnc its close, The Tribune desires to let those persons abo bave enjoyed solving the irea knew aomethlng of those who trill undi rtake the enormo ui task cf ing up and analysing the answers submit This will be dora i,v (he Arm of EtasVtnS i .-? ???! pubil ? ;i ? o int.nits, or ied twenty years uu<>- It re i.o.i Regen! 11 :' 111 e of the .Stat". under a law ted In iv'*??. The firm Includes Elijah W. Bella, Charlea B. Ludlant, rtocaer a. lean,, Howard h. cook, Charlea l^. fttor ris and Leslie N. Bin ? a Members of (he Hrm an holders of C P, a. degrees Mom Illinois Pennsyl? vania, Ohio and Miase ni. In addition to the I,or,don and New York offices, Organisations are maintained by the tirm In Chicase, Si Louie, Cleve . . ;!., So:. Prancisco and Bal? timore. Tins lirm has been working for the States government, revising the em of the Treasury Department fcr th.- Dockery commission, it kept ae the W..I Department under military rule, accounts of the insular gov? ernment in tie and various It ret ?sed the erstem of tu ? ounta of ths < Sty of Chicago and rewrote the special Besessenen! ac? counts from the date of the groat fire to It has an international reputation and enjo Bdenee of a large cu?ntele ;?ng on correct accounting methods. al reports are mode Cot aine oi thi big railroads, aoven of the large In? dustrial ? ? iraace eosaaanlei and Bis . ? ltl?e. Ifembera Ol the firm are authors or stai .?aid books on a< l omitan- y. Kiom this it e.,n lo- seen that The Trln . >??-. certified public accountant! Insure fair treatment it, the handling of all answers .submitted. After these expert accountants ha?? finlshi d tha work of checking I , tions of entrante In the alia Q us, tin ii Undings will be submit approval t.. the oemmlttea of pr< i ?ens who have eon* ni d te act ?-? judges. TOO MANY COOKS READY FOR WAR. Miss Donnelly Has More Applica? tions than She Can Handle for Her Army Corps. Ml? Mar) Dennsll) bei appeal In this paper laat - ' t WOmi n to join lur in a cooks had brought so But it arse impossible tor bar to rep y to tin-m ; II personally. She requi '?? ' The Trib? une to ask the women t. ? mente in view of the pee < ?' *u may I <? averted. Lettl 11 . .m..- to her. M ? I' ?? frctn all over the eoontry, and ?very writer declared she i>nn?; live or s.x fi.-nds ready b ? fron* and see that the boyi got v ? ? ?'"> and soup. 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