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BELLS TOLL MONDAY
FOR NAVY HEROES , Flags at Half-Staff and Full Military Honors to Vera Cruz Dead. PRESIDENT'S EULOGY FEATURE OF TRIBUTE Cabinet and Congress in Escort if Seventeen Color Draped Caissons with Bodies. Reparation for the national tribute Bsn sailors and marines who ID action at Vera Crut, Mayor eated yesterday that between ? s o' f? and 10 o'clock Monday It fVie bodies are being borne , city to the navy yard, the ' - all churches be tolled and all ? ?? ' - ?et at half-staff. or changes In 'the pro for th? funeral announced ye? k. larday ?r?! ;; Sisaos! as previously ar ?ar.ged a military funeral with full war Seed. i-y of Agriculture Houston will -retary Daniels of the Navy ? Mayflower and arrive in time ;r? co'vo? the rru:???r Montana, bearing :lie bodlea, a? she enters the harbor Sun The battleship Wyoming. It to sea Saturday morning :o meet Be rotary Daniels and the Mon Oaa ?' tlao act as convoy, all three anchor five hundred ; y Sunday afternoon. re | leoed on seventeen ?. iba fanerai procession Broadway, An escort of e will lead, followed by the ' MObli la Bf the battleships Wyom- ? -r , to. Then will come a bat A.:or. I sailor? from the Wyoming, In , - - lieutenant Commander C. ! a battalion from the Texas, j tenant Commander Tlmmom. ? l followed by a battalion of - a making about nine hundred r*" eer, calssona heaped with ea.h calason drawn by four l next, and Immediately fol e I ead'.rvg the funeral procession of ' I ? g leeta, will be President With Admiral Dewey. The gov I ride In carriages, the I ithers 1: automobiles furnished by the - c" tbe arnay and the na V.or.a! guard w-ill be In the procession, ? Beta of the navy. Ity Hall a brief halt will be made ? -. ve hundred school children sing e Tti, services or speeches th- cortege reaches Brooklyn ;?. fSfd twenty-one guns will salute' te President, and the ?ame salute will - when he departs. His oration I brief, and the service? will not Ibas half an hour in the navy -. were issued yesterday that only : :rture of the ceremonies In 1 would be permitted, the one t be chosen by the vote of the roving iltire companies. Photogra by special permit, will be ? om the navy yard. ... Jol.-.t committee of seven Senators :.- Representatives will come gresa for the ceremonies. The appointed by Vice- President Robinson, Saulsbury. O'Gor i man, Cialllnger, Ken yon and "fbe special train with the Rep -.vM on board will arrive Monday - A five-foot wreath, the tribute from the the dead, was ordered by Mayor ? rday ani will be placed on -on hearing the body of the first "Vs heroes in line, probably that -, .1. I?ane. Banal ?Tder for funerals was pre ortet, the order of importance in the '.'* ' f mar- ? ? I be reversed, m?kln* egldent bring up the rear. This | till not be done, although it Is probable ?v, ale Wltb Command aavee, of the navy, will ocesslon. ?ervi-e for the sailors and who lost their lives at Vera Cruz i ; at 1:30 o'clock to-morrow the Navy Young Men's Itlon, 167 Sands st., FUT. Dr. John F. Caraon. I ? --..;. terlan Church, will ipeak. ar.d aelectiona will be sung by a luar.. : of the Clinton Avenue Congrega .-, h. .. t Gleaves of the New York ?-?> ?laid and staff and captains and ling officer? of the ships at the tee Invited. The service will * pu .( NO bomb1)ropping FOR UNITED STATES Oily Great Power Willing to Sign Agreement at Peace Conference. - ent bomb dropping Incident at :? > ",co, 1 : ings up the fact that luring the second International peace ?. The Hague In MOT, the ? ? was the only great power ? sign an a?P"?-ement to prohibit ? arge of explosive? from air craft of war. - antage of this agreement to I vorie topic at the Aero <"Iub of Amer 4 as Mexico was one of the t rafoaing to be a party to the ?bleb, la part, reads as fol- I The contracting powers agree to pro tor a period extending to the close I conference, the dis iriarge of projectiles und explosives from - or by other methods of a similar Tfcv.s agreement was made before the i become perfected, but It ?as admitted by all who considered the ?Mter yesterday that the agreement ?ouki apply to heavier-than-air machines. Th? oouatrtea unwilling to sign were Austria-Hungary, China. Den ****% I --. Spain, liante, Great ?b?Bie, Qaatatnala, Italy, Japan, Mexico. Nicaragua. Paraguay, Ru ?"??r-.la. Banda, Servia, Sweden, Switzer ?*?-?. Turkey and Venezuela. Fleet Sailors' Terms End. ? ^ irrorn Tb? Tribun? Bureau 1 Washington, May a?One hundred and ***> sailer? of the fleet at Vera Crus, -?-ose enlistment? are about to expire ,r *hich win ?xpire before June 1. are 'I'1,* trou?"ht north on the armored i 'rL[t*r Montana, which Is also bringing n' -?Nor* and marine* who wer* killed v-r*. r*riii REFUGEES BOARDING THE MONTEREY AT VERA CRI'/. TO SAH. FOR NEW YORK. MR. BRYAN DENIES HUERTA'S CHARGES Declares United States Has Not Broken Armistice Agreement. ACTIVITY OF ARMY IN PROPER BOUNDS No Aggressive Movement Intend? ed Unless Federals Force Americans to Act. [From The Trlhun? Ftjr*au 1 Washington, May 8.?General Huerta ha? sent a note to the I'nited States government, through the mediators, protesting against what he consider? an Infringement of the understanding between himself and the mediators that during the mediation there shall be no military operation?, declaring that the American troops in Vera Crus are unduly active and maintaining that the tacit armistice I? being violated. Secretary' Bryan received Huerta'? representations to-day. He ?aid this afternoon that he would send a reply, In which he would ?ay that nothing whatsoever had been done by the American army at Vera Cruz to dis? turb the military status quo and that nothing would be done pending the mediation. The "armistice" between Huerta ?nd the United States ia only an under? standing, according to explanations from the State Department Nothing eo formal as an actual truce has been entered into. Each side has merely stated that it would take no aggressive , action during the mediation. Mr. Bryan said that he would make thle clear to Huerta. The United States, h<r: declared, had no Intention of taking any aggressive step. War Department announeement? do not indicate that General Funaton has done anything to Justify complaints from Huerta. General Funston has wished to extend his lines, but has been prohibited from doing so He has, it Is understood here, rearranged his forces so as to furnish more adequate protection for the waterworks, but this has not meant an enlargement of the field of American military activity. Even the navy aeroplanes are not per- , mitted, under the orders issued from Washington, to acout over districts outside the established American line??. On the other hand, information comes that Huerta has been very active In a military way and has assembled troops and made other preparations for with? standing an American attack. This fails to worry the administration and no protest is contemplated, If for no other reason than that the anomalous armistice is not held to prohibit the American army maklr.r preparation? In the United States for future action. HOW CITY WILL HONOR NAVY HEROES SLAIN ATVERA CRUZ TODAY. r, A M-Battleship Wyoming leaves navy yard and goes to Ambro.e Light? ,'hip to m**t the cruiser Montan, bearing the bodie. of the sailor, and marine. kiHad in the taking of Vera Cruz. SUNDAY. 11 A M-Navy official, leave to meet the Montana off Ssndy Hook. Sacre t.ry Daniela, on the yacht Mayflower, join, the Montana snd Wyoming 3 p' ?.lMont.n.. convoyed by the Wyoming snd M.yflow.r. srrive. off Battery snd snchor. 500 ysrd. off ?hors. D ' MONDAY. S-30 A M-The seventeen bodie. srs tran.f.rred from ths Montan, to tug. and.ant s.hore at Pier A. th. Battery, wh.re th.y .re loaded on .even teen ?'??^ rf t w|| Admira| Dewey, Secretary Garri.on, Sec Pr;:;i I D,"eU, ?"rstsry Houston, Congre..ion.. Commit!... Governor Glynn. M.yor Mitchol. and three battalion, of ..?lar. snd n.v.l m.lit... msn, is formsd. Q A M? Funeral proces.ion ?tart, up Bro.dway. o ?_ Ktjnfr -rrive. at City Hall snd atop, five minute, while five hundr.^Tschool children sing "N.sr.r, My God, to Thee." Then the cor t.fl. proceed: up Centre tt.. down C.n.l. seros, th. Manhstt.n Bridge to iO-^rM.-V?ner.l cortege enter, n.vy ysrd. B.ttle.h.p T.nn....e ..lute. Pre.id.nt Wil.on with twenty-one gun.. 11 A M-Religioua ex.rci.e. begin, Chaplain William G. Caaaard. of An 11 A. M.-ReI.S.OUB, a Pre.id.nt Wil.on d.liv.r. funeral or. n.pohs, d.l.vering the ?nvoc ben.dicti*n by F.ther John p0^:;^^^:; ? M... h- up and now Ch.P. lain of ths nsvy ysrd. 11-45 A. M.?Bodies rsmoved to msrins bsrrscks. 2 p. M.-Bodia. shippsd from nsvy ysrd to rslstivss. ^_ A REFUGEE AND HER RABIES ON THE MONTEREY. VILLA ACCUSED OF INSULT TO FLAG Senators Told Rebel Defied American Proclamation in Per? secuting Spaniards. [From The Tribune Bureau 1 Washington. May 8 To a long list of offences charged agaln?t Pancho Villa, the Constitutionalist leader, has been added an insult to the American government which amaze? Senators Into whose hands Information of the affront lias just fallen. The Ameri.-an consular agent at Tor reon, I. M. I'lmer, Issued a proclama tlon Just after the battle of Torre?n, in which Villa proved victorious, ?de? claring that Spaniards and Spanish property were under the protection of the government of the United State? This was Issued In printed form and to each copy was atiached the consular seal of the United States The proclnmatlon said that the gov? ernment of the 1'ntteel States would hold "strictly and personally account? able" any person who did harm to Spanish property or who injured a Spanish subject. It was placed In the hands of all Spanish subjects and posted on Spanish property. When Villa captured Torre?n he seised all the Spanish property he could lay his hands on, as State Department reports are known to show, including cotton to the value of more than .*??*>, OOO.OIK?, and he drove seven hundred Spaniards out of the country. Senators declared to-day that Villa's utter deflan?-?) of the protection as? sumed by the American consular agent, undoubtedly on instructions from Washington, was as much an affront to American honor as the failure of Huerta to salute the flag at Tampico. KEYSTONE MILITIA READY Preparations Completed, Say Officers, to Answer Call. Harrlfiburg, Penn., May ?.-Officials at national guard headquarter? satd to-day that everything was In readiness to re? spond to a call for the Pennsylvania mllltla from the President and that prep? arations begun months ago had been com? pleted The 10,8Oj officers and men have been preparing for a call ever bin?*e the Mexican situation became acute. Columbu?. May 8?Governor Cor said to-day that he had received no Informa? tion that the Ohio troops might be called for soon. Adjutant General Wood ?aid that the national guard could be mobil? ized within a few hours. SEVENTH RECRUITS AIR SOUAD FOR WAR Local Regiment Has Detachment of Skilled Aeronauts Who Are Soldiers as Well. With the ?anction of ?"olonel Daniel Ap pleton a flying squad has been organize.] in the ?th Regiment, thus showing that th? New York Nntlona! Cjuard is keenly ?live to the possibilities of war In Mexico. I. William Ma-elton and John McK Palmer. of Company H, and I?e?ter C Faurot. of Company M, have assembled a biplane In the drill hall, and It I? being ?iped for practice Indoor?. Hegtnning to? day the men will receive piactlce in?truc tlon outdoor?, two flying boats having been obtained for this purpo??v Whpn volunteers were called for to form the aerial detachment of the regi? ment it was found that there were twen? ty-eight licensed pilots of air craft in the organization Hazeiton has had wide ex? perience, having served under Madero at Torre?n and Juarez. Colonel Appleton insist? that whlla the flying ?quad can have no offle-ial status In an infantry regiment, the development of a detachment of efficient airmen would be of great ratos to the government in time of war. "To be of real value for ?coutlng pur? poses," ?aid the colonel yesterday, "an aviator must possess a military training as well as ability to navigate an aero plan?. If our project I? successful the 7th Regiment will be able to turn over to the War Department a squad of well trained, disciplined, military airmen, to be used In such manner as superior au? thority may direct" LEWIS PRAISES THE DEAD Illinois Senator Points to Four Races in the List. [From Th? Tribun? Bureau.) Washington, May i.-ln anticipation of the arrival of the Montana, Senator I^wis. of Illinois, delivered In the Senate to-day a warm eulogy of the men who ' fell In the occupation of Vera Cruz The Vle-e-President designated Senators Robinson. Saulsbury. O'Qorman, Varda man, Galllnger. Kenyon and Brady to rep? resent the Senate on the joint Congres? sional committee at the c?r?monie? in honor of the dead sailors and marines. Senator I??wis paid tribute to the four races represented in the list of the dead, eaylng: ' Behold them, the first four completing the ever present mystic square, personify - lng them all Daniel A Haggerty, an Irishman; John 8<jhumacher. a German; George l'olnsett, a Frenchman, and Sam? uel MelRenberg, a Jew. "We call to the watching world to at? test to the civilization of men. the attach? ment of America for her children, and the praise and triumph ?he ever pays to the hero who serves her cause.'' HALTrHUNT FOR ARMY DESERTERS Sheriff Demands Alleged "Special Deputy" Explain to Court. H A Reed, who style? himself "Spe? cial Deputy Sheriff, Bonded,'' business address 78 Seventh av . was brought up with a sharp turn by Sheriff Orifenhagen yesterday in hi? career a? a "rounder up" of deserters from th? army and the ma? rine corps under the supposed power of a ?pecial deputy. It ?vas through a misdirected letter sent by an officer of the United State? marine barracks at Philadelphia to Reed that Sheriff Grlfenhagen learned about ; the operation? of Reed. When R?ed went to the Sheriff? office yesterday he was snjrved with a summon? to appear before Magistrate Appleton Tuesday to explain his operations aa a "special riep'it; uherifT." he having no appointment from . Sheriff Grifenhagen. A reward of ISO is paid for each de? serter arrested and returned Reed seems to have made that hi? busines?. . ? Bury Vera Cruz Victim at Sea. [from Th? Tribun? Bur??u. '. Washington, May 8.?Manuel Dutero?, a Spanish waiter at the Hotel Diligencia, In Vera Cruz, died aboard the hospital ship Solace, which 1? on the way from Vera Cruz to New York, and was burled at ?ea. according to a radio from that ship Ruteros was wounded In th? thigh la the fighting of April ??. The Solace s radio ?aid that Buteros's father, Juan Putero?, llvea in Santander. Spain TO PROTECT AMERICANS Huerta Minister Tells Tribune Foreigners Are Safe. IBr Cabl? to Th? Tribune 1 Mexl.o city, May A -Minister Alcocer of the Interior MM The Tribune corre? spondent ?o-day he knew nothing about the new exodu? oreler to the American? coming from Consul Canada at Vera Crui. ?and intimated that the Mexican govern ' ment wa? willing lo afford facilities to 12:30 IS HALF PAST J0Hf\ A Family Face for Each Houi on This Man's Watch Dial. ( By Telegraph to The Tribun? 1 Winsted, Conn., May 8.?S. Wood Mc Clave, of Grantwood, K, J., who, wit! Mrs. McClave, is at his summer home State Line Farm, In Colebrook. tell? time by the far-es of his family. In place of numerals on the dial ol his new watch appear pictures of him? self and Mrs. McClave and their ter ? hildren. Hour 1 is S. Wood McClave Jr.; hour 2. Roscoo McClave; hour 8 Mrs. McClave; hour 4. Mildred Mr ?'lave; hour ?, Ormonde McClave; houi b\ Klla 1^7>ulse McClave, hour 7, Ciarle? McClave; hour ft, Duncan McClave, hour 9, Mr. McClave; hour 10, Mrs Florence Holt hausen; hour 11, Mar? guerite McClave. and hour 12, Johr McClave. ? GEN. AUSTIN OUT AS ARTILLERY CHIEF Col. Morris Succeeds Him, then Retires with Advanced Rank ?Other Guard Changes. Brigadier General Elmore F. Austin. chief of coast artillery, N. O. ft. Y., wa? voluntarily retired from that office yes? terday, and colonel William K. Morris, !?th Regiment, Coast Artillery, pro? moted chief in his atead, with the rank of brigadier general. He will be retired Monday. Lieutenant Colonel Frank O Bauvan of the Rth Regiment, who ha? been a member of that command ?Ince 1870 and is '*. Spanish War veteran, waa made colonel of the, regiment after Austin was retired, and was then retired himself with the rank of colonel. General Austin was then recommlssloned colonel of the 8th Regiment, and will hold that office Other changes among officers will follow. As exclusively told In The Tribune last Monday, these change? were made to conform to the organiiatlon of the United States Army es demanded by the War Department. Although the change? were not required until June, 1915, Major Gen? eral John F O"Ryan and Adjutant Gen? eral Henry DeWitt Hamilton were anx? ious to have the enUre guard organized as the War Department desired, so as to be ready at once for war should the ser? vie?? of the state force be required in whole or In part. After Monday the ?th Regiment will be under command of Lieutenant Colonel John G. Byrne and will not be entitled to a colonel. Following the retirement ef General Morrl? Monday, the next ?hange will be the promotion of Colonel Charles O. Davis'to be chief of coast artillery for two or three days to be followed b** his permanent retirement from the active list. It is not certain whether C-ilone! Davis will voluntarily retire or not With the retirement of Colonel Davis, the 13th. according to the present plans, wtll be under command of Lieutenant Colonel James T. Ashley for some time, but will eventually be permitted to have a colonel at its head Who will be lieutenant colonel of the ?th Regiment is not known The next senior lieutenant colonel of BBSS! artillery Is Washington I. Ta;, lor. who na? been an assistant to the former chief, and it Is thought likely he may be asslined to d.ty with the 8th. HOMEMADE BIPLANE FATAL Turns Turtle and Young Aviator Is Killed. Utica, N. T., May S-Perclval V-tn Ness. of this c;ty, a licensed aviator, wa? almost Instantly killed here this evening, when his new biplane turned turtle. Van N'es? and hi? brother Jesse had Juat built the machine They took it to the racetrack at Deerfleld and there assembled it this afternoon. Perciv.-U made a ahort preliminary test flight and then endeavored to make on higher. He had risen about fifty he*. when the biplane turned over. The Van N'esa brother? formerly lived in Bath, Me., and had some experience with flying machines. ? _ New Attache for Washington. Pari?. May 8 -Captain Martin, of the French navy, waa to-day appointed naval attach? te t*e French Embassy In Wash? ington. WAR DEPARTMENT TAKES MORE SHIPS Five Liners Commandeered in Various Ports to Carry Troops. GALVESTON EXPECTS MOVEMENT AT ONCE One of Boats Undergoing Repairs and Without a Crew Is Manned Hurriedly. (By Telerraph to T??e TrfbatM ; ?Jalveston. M.-iy - The Italien Steam? ship Line's ?i!*ii e here announced t?>-night their steamships Colorado ami Denver bad just been chartered by the War pepart ment for transport duty. The Denver Is the bigger of th? two. with a reglateretl tonnage of 4.00 and ?.-tr? horsepower. The Colorado, which Is now In port, has a tonnage of 2,764 and 1,?M0 horae potter. The commandeering of these two lin-rs has led to the belief that the remainder ' of the second division of the army Is to be ordered to join General Pun.ton's force? in Vera Cruz within the next few days. This heilef Is further strengthened by reports in army c?teles that orders have b?en received to prepare the trejops f??r immediate embarkation. The Sau Marooa, also chartered from the Mellory Dine, arrived from Vera Cruz to.Ir.y. and will be ready to return on Monday. It is said that these three boats, together with the army transports Meade, Kilpatrlck. SuminT and Mc?."!e - Ian. could easily carry the 4th and 6th Brigades, with the aviation corps, moun? tain artillery and remainder of cavalry, approximating s,000 men and officers. The Kilpatrlck Is now taking on all sort, of supplies at the army pier It has been expected she would get away to? morrow, and that she might be accom? panied by the converted transport Satllla, which has been loading especially with such permanent camp equipment for the troops at Vera Oui as tents, stoves, ranges, cots, and other paraphernalia Major General J. F Bell, who is to re? lieve Oeneral Carter, is expected here momentarily. It Is believed he wan or? dered here to accompanv the troops to Vera Cruz snd there tr.ke command of the entire division. His experiences In the Philippines, it Is expected, wtt stand him In good stead In tropical and mountainous Mexico. It was reported to-day that In case only one brigade 1? sent to Vera Crea as re? inforcements, that brigade would be the Ith, which Is composed of the 26th, 27th tni Kd Infantry, under command of Colo? nel R. L. Bullard. The 6th Bri?rade Is composed of the 18th, 11th and 23d Infantry, under com? mand of Colonel T F, Davis. In addi? tion there are ten troops of the 6th Cav? alry, two batteries of mountain artillery and two batteries of field artillery. Major Noble, who is to have charge of sanitation at Vera Cruz, left here to-day. He was under Colonel Gorgas In Panama Boston, May S?The steamer City of Memphis, of the Savannah Dine, was chartered by the government to-day and ordered to proceed Immediately to New Tora. It Is ?uppoaed that she is Intended for transport service. The City of Macon. of the ?ame line, now at New York, la said to be included in the charter. The City of Memphis has been under? going repairs, and was without a crew. She was manned hurrtedly by drafting from other vessels, with Captai* Garfleld. of the Nacooche?, of the Savannah Dine, In command. Baltimore, May 8.?The ?teamar Dor? chester, of the Merchants and Miners' Transportation Company, ha* been req? uisitioned by the War Department for use as a transport to carry troops snd munitions of war to Mexico. The steamer will be transferred to the government at Norfolk to-morrow. ? a- ?? ? GEN. MAAS EXECUTES 19 Puts to Death Convicts Freed to Defend Vera Cruz. Vera Cruz, May 8. ? A Mexican brought Into the city to-day a report that General Gustavo Maas has put to death nineteen of the convicts he re? leased from prison Just before the Americans oceupte-d Vera Cruz. Among the prisoners he released and armed to assist him In the defence of Vera Cruz were manv well known criminals. Since the Americans drove the Federals out of Vera Cruz these men have heen robMrg and killing peo? ple in the region not protocteel by either the Mexicans or tbe Americans. General Maas i? said te bare round? ed ur one bar.i of the former prisoners ard executed a'l i f its members ? ? Cuban Lottery Fraud Warning. THv ?Table to Th? Tribune : Hanaro, May ?. ?Lottery frauda, where? by false duplicatee of tt'-kets were gold in Porto Rico and in various parts of the United States, were denounced in the i i -e this afternoon. TAMPICO REFUGEES APPEAL TO BRYAN Complain to Him of the Government's Failure to Protect Them. DISPLEASED WITH THEIR RECEPTION Grievances Also Laid Before Senators in Behalf of .300 Forced to Flee. rFrim T*i? ftHMMM I I Washln-rtor., May 8 -The delegation In Washington representing the Americans of Tampico w-ho think that the govern? ment failed to give th?m ad?quate pro? tection when they were forced to leave Mexico called on the Secretary of State to-day and ?et forth their claim?. They hope to ?ee the President to-morrow. So far their reception In Washington ha? not given the delegates much satis? faction. Th? ofti -la!? they have seen, notably the Secretary of the Navy and the Secretary of State, have not in the Wst concurred In their notion that tfcey have been badly treated. While the delegates preserve reticence, saying that they will talk only after they have seen the "powers that be," they are seeking to Induce tbe administration to take some action which will make It safe? for them to ret-irn to their homes in Mexico and save what la left of their property. It Is obvious that they believe they have a more or les? sensational story to tell If the administration falls to do what they want. The British Ambassador also conferred with Secretary Bryan to-day il? to condi? tions at Tampico, and as to negotiations ? which might Insure the safety of the oil properties and oil company employes. The British Embassy here has BeSslS representations to Mexico City In behalf ; of the American ar.d Fng!l?h employed In the oil districts In and about Tampico WTien these foreigners tried to land and resume work they were driven off with threat?. There has been no response from the Mexican officials?. Three hundred r*a"*a**eaa 'rom Tampico bild their grievances b?for? the Se-at? Foreign Relations <Y>mmlttee to-day in a communication received by Senator Stone, the chairman. The petition de-'.ares that j three hundred American men, women and children were left behind, and th:it their lives, 1f they have, not already been murdered, are In pa?? inrrger. After reciting the Incidents following , the notice from Cooaul Miller that th? American gunbents had bee-n ordered out of the port of Tampico, and the demon? strations made by H*"lt"*1HI mob? which were dispersed by the Germans, the refu , gee? express their gratitude to the cap? tain? of the German and F.r.g'.ish war vesse'.s at Tampico for their assistance In the hour of need, and add: "In all e.f Tampico there are over twen? ty-five hundred American men, women and children who have been f?M leave their homes and bustness for the ; la/Ck of adequate protection from our gov? ernment. Had one American gunboat been allowed to remain it I? believed that there would not have b?en any a ':??? demonstration or attempt to daatroy American property, notwithstanding the bitter feeling tow.iri Arne:- I STILL BATTER??G AT GATES OF MAZATLAN Carranza Orders Rebel Campaign There and at Tampico Pushed with Vigor. [T*Y?**c*i Tb? Ml :n? P : Washinsrti-m. Hay * ?a Cspateb frets Rear Aelmtral Howard at MaSattaa, Sated yesterday, doe.? not mention the capitu? lation of that town. Th? report h.i.l Nen circulated that after the city waa at tacked by an aeroplane the Federal? sur rer.dere?! The Constitutionalist l??id?r, ?"Je-iera! Ohregor. his asrreed to th? BStabllsbiaent of a neutral zone for noa-combataats, aa was requested by Admiral Howard and the German r.avy command?-r at Mazat lan General Obregon fays that his force?? will not Injure foreign? re, ror.-cm; - nor property. Admiral Howard stand? th?r? are many Amerl an.? ll ? Is th?? Constitutionalist tin?-? who **M set wish to leave the co'intry, ?-onslderlng themselves safe. Huerta ha? issued orders from M?x:^o City that no American i at a Martnsn port Tha same prol i? placed ?m Mesf-caa n ? - ? ?? '. tat tas t'rrte.l States, thereby stopping all trni? It '? -iri'l.-r a* '<-"!. h w .-. .-r ???''.f-' Is necessary Amerhran ?team?-r.? may an ter Mexican ports for th.? p ::; use o' pick? ing up refugees ?r r v- r m warships will see to it that they are permit' ! to ? last ar. ! if.i al BBS I BJ l Qe?r.'-ra.l Carranza, chief of ? ? Babaraa, hli " ?*, rep BC his intaraat? In ? to pursue w:;h ? rro.st rigor 1 t tha Ke.l-ral for? ??. .?? . )! Fr ?rTf-V-T: \ H 11;??. **?V' ?i I ^ ? / lie- V* W. HAZELTON WITH HIS DEMOUNTED ?\EROPLa\NE.