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TO U. S.-WEXICO ENVOYS HERE Predicts Commission Will Bring Peace to South? ern Republic. BORDER PROBLEMS WILL COME FIRST Conferrees Oo to New London To-day on the Mayflower. The Americnn-Mexiran Joint Com misaicn, appointed le reeoaaaai p'.an for thfl aftlement cf all contro versy be'ween the Uaitt Statea ?'"?' the de facto povernment, will leavi New York on the Prcsidenfs yachl Mayflower at 0 o'eloek thi? D and go direet to New London, Conn The mediators Bxpect to reach th< Hotel ',: ? nation, be fore Bightfall, and to-morrow mornini; they arill hold their first formal busi ne.= ? r Robert I.ansing, Seeretary of welcomed the rnembers of the joinl body at lunchron ifl the Hiltmorc Hotel yesterday, outlined the task tha confronted n nnd exproaaod a that as a re<uilt of the dellhoratioai peace and prosperity would riafl fron the ruins cf war and disordcr ll Mevieo Mr. Lflnsing'c luncheon guests werr <?ndO, Cross Wedding Stationery We will ergrave a plate in Engiish Scnpt .nd furn'afi one hundred mvita fions complete. on ob'ong panel desgn paper. ?nd double envelopes. . >1|7.00 Each addmon.l 100.$6.50 Wedding Announcernentj treated in the j.me manner ai the Inviutions $ | 4 50 E.ch addmonaJ 100.$6.50 C.rd? for Cflrflaaay, Paeception. Breai f.st. and At Home: ? Engr.vwg of piate, per line. . . . $| 25 Pnnting of cards. per hundred . . .$3.00 Visiting Cards Engr.ving of pl.te. English Scripl en'y.$1.50 Prinring or* c.rds. per hund-ed. . . $ | QQ ire "im. no;r in T0odtn44? fr> rnail uf>n rtijuest tmmpUt of tke atott oppmir'l ttglet of tngravmg nnd form* for Wedding*. Trie World's Gre*te?t Leaifier Sir-ej New Yorl Boston 404 Fifth A.e. 145 Tremort St ? oi 2'. Ifl .- Irei I] Lcndon 253 Broadway 8"? Regent St De*>r? Tnroughcajt the Worid ! Laii Cabi r.i. eha ury of M \ eo; Alberto J. Panl, preai ? t ol the National Railwaya >?:' Mex . ico; Ygnacio Bomlias, Miaiatei of Communications; Secretary Lano,. Judge George Gray nnd John R. Mott, tho Ameriean eommiasionera, I Mexican Ambassador lltiry !'. Klelchar, :...- to Mezico; Stephen Ronr . ..f the eommiaalon, <.n<l ?i! State '??? ' mc:' ". ? ico ("ity. Hordcr Situation in Question. The immediatfl reason for the con ; ferenee, -.. d Mr. Lanaing, was the Bit* uatio: -nal bound arj a vaxatioaa problem for which nited Statea desired a nermanent To elftct this, he aaid, deep conaideratian of international rights i.nd .iut.es af govenimeBtfl *.<> Individ iial.s would be required. (.onsideration of the peraoaal righta and interests of Americana ia Mexieo, he declared,' was a prima requisit.- to an agree? ment. Secretary Lane, chairman of the Amencan wing of the joint COmmis aioa, addressiag his fellow mediatora, said that theory must be thrown to the winds in th^- discoaaiOBa and that erreei must proceed as prae tical men of atfairs "looking for no more than tha righta thal are natural ly th. Mr. Cabrera, replyiag for the Mexi ? aaid tha taaa of aettling the dif flcultiea between ;h.. two countnes ia his opinion, one that eould be ? lout difllculty, The ffl gton government in the :' matter of Mexican atfairs, he balieved, . were those of kindly intere*t and for baarance. There was very little differ ? ence between Mexicaaa and Americana r in the 'inul analyis, and the politics of the prcsent I'nited States Adminii , tration nnd the Carranza government identical. "The political and social principlae of the uemoeratie party now in eoa , trol of the Ameriean government," he . said, "are just the same princij.les and the .same ideals a>- are tntertained by the Coaatitutionaliat government. t Since our purpOSSB are the i.imp and f the idoall of OBI governments ar.j the it wouid seem that the confer . v. ill have more tbe character of rate action against a eommon i enemy than of a discussion of con flitting ter.dencies." Secretary Lane said last night that no tixed programme of discussion had been formuiated by the COBfarreOB,bol j that the Mexleafl de!.-gates wouid take the initiative in bringiag up rhe mat for onsideration at to-morrow's I confe: ? ">\e shall have two confe: daily." he BXplaiaad, "rach about two hours. The chairmen of the Ameriean and Mexican division8 will ?.. a pn -..i ng, Mr. Ca? brera taking the chair at to-morrow ! moraing'i eonfarenee and I on Thore , day and so on." Bpaadj Action is Hoped For. No estimate of the duration of the confe.-ences could be made Bt this time, Seeretarj Laac atated, although ? raed aa though a harmonious apiril on the part of the delegatea waa likely to contribute to a BBOOdf and aatisfactory eoncluslon, That the Mpxican delegates will in s.st upofl the immediate witbdrawal of Ameriean troops from the northern states uf M.xico nnd refuse to dchber B BBf Other phase of Mexican nf foira until this proposition has bl >'n approvad -.wi' declared by a high uu tnority in eloaa touch with '.he < ar r.*nza epvayi 'o be assured. ' "Tlie Mexican < ..miniseiorers hRve their course ckarly ia mind," he said. "They have been instructed to inaist ?he immediate reeall of all Un? ited States forces from Mexieo. It is ? oppoaition w-ill be offered by tlie Ameriean mtdiator.s to this I'OUI - "The seeond BUbJBCt for cor. . tion ifl that of an adequnte protection foi the border. The Mexicans will ?hat the Carranxa troops are in ? te control of all territory ad ? to the I'nited Statea. They will present a Constitutionalist border jrottction plan of some BOrt ? (tftei Ihifl haa been deeided on the question of reorganising Mi x.co's rail waya and returning them to control of their ownera will be taken up and with this wil! come the problem of the fin? ancial rehahiiitaiion of Mexieo and the tion of an extenaien of credit^ to tutiooaliat (iovernmt-nt." CAR KILLS POLICEMAN Yirtim Throwa from "glne Trolley Into I'ath of Another. rl R, II. Kuntze was snapped from the frontseatofanorth ' bound Southern Boulevard car yeater? day as it swung around the CUrVfl at The Bronx. He waa rn almost under the wheels of a car approaching from the north. and ...1 from beneath i's fror.'. .. ni w.th his -kull fractured. He taken to Fordham Hospital, where Ii:.- home ia at 872 Kaat 178th Street, ? ay to the Street atation In Brooklyn, to which i he was attached. Ipnition-nires deser\e all the protec tion you can yh c them. Take the insula tion ofi one and see u/iaf happens. On the tlupmohilc the nires are led right up tn the spurk-pluys inside a pro tectiny case. Ihis w on't come off until you H*ni* it to?then it comes off easily. ^___?__L ' -irk 0/ .iip'rtof f<4.for car a'- : . 'J lupmobile is showinK every day, all tha rountry, that the boasted p.? point* of multi-cylinder perform rc srnply the good point* of Hup : ? |. rfonnance. Aitar you ge, into the high with the Hup b obfla you uauatt* ataf Ubbtb aven through . and over hillfl PHONE CIRCLE 1616 Chas.E.Rie$s&Co.,inc 1690 Broadway, at 53d Street Irrrrediale Deliveries : New Model N4 Series I ijiiiigM ftaraa < ar. aiiaa. .tjlUB.'Hi.' Hoadaar. I1.1U ??v, ;aa-rnirer Tourlna < ?r. I1.J4 o i ... l 0 Ii li. Newark, N.J., SaU.room: 20 Branford Plac. Hupmobile fl,. I a-." t" T?4?r1n? MajOel, frir. n.iav KAeT^eT 14TH HAS MORE PARATYPHOH) Two New Victims of Dis? ease Among Suspects at McAllen. * TERRIBERRYEXPLAINS NATURE OF ILLNESS Movement North to Camp Whitman Will Begin To-day. ii vagavaaa 8> Thf Tr-' ?'' McAllen, Tex.. Headquarters Sixth ? ;. r. S. A. Sept. 4. Two more eaaea of paratypheid, the first to de-j . men sent to the McAllCB, v.cre r.ported to? day. Both came from the 14th Infan- , bara were tranafdVred to San AatoBioi to-day tO make room for new suspects or cases of other lllness developing in the campa. , . The number of suspects put under obaervation for "P. T." ia 200. Not withatanding this the aiek rate tor August araa declared to-day to have been held between Vn. Bfld Ua n'r rpnt" . low a rate us th.- cxtraor ... 0a ag made for July. Minor illneaaea, such as those davalopingfrom the beat or from overeating. were on the decrease throughout August. so that the appenrance of paratyphoid made but alight difTerence in the aver No Deaths Expected. No deaths from pnratyphonl have yet come and none is like'.y to. the div.sion medica! otTicers believe. The men BOW ill should be ready for discliurge within B fortnight, it is thought, and a three weeks' convalescencc will restore them to health. I.ieutenant Colonel W. S. Terriherry, division surgeon, thus de ei bi i paratyphoid: "When the in.-culation against ty phoid was p. rfected it was found that forma of favar parsiatad and ? ne vaccine bad no etTect upon them. These were such cases as^had been known as 'mild,' or 'walking.' ty phoid. No vaccine has even now been developed that will act as a bar Bgaiaat .-uch cases. "With the discovcry that these cases parsiated eloaed study was made of them. This eetablished as a distinct disease wha* was unfoi tunatcly named paratyphoid, meaning "almost typhoid." There is about the suine relation be? tween paratyrboid and typhoid that there i> botweefl a turaip and u potato both are vegetables. both gro*' un derground, both are used for food, but re alika ia bo other way. Para typhoid, under .-uch c..nditions as pM v'ail hen haa a mortality of 2 or li per eaat Typhoid un.lt r the moal favor able eircUBtancas, haa a mortality cf about 9 per cent." .Mission l nder Military Quarantine. Mir-~ion. where all but two of the BBV8 come from and where all but half a do7.en of the suspects have been found, has been put under military i quarantine. Only such soldiers ?s go there in the performar.ee of duty are allowed to enter the town. Even those j who are connected with the New York j division in eivilian capneities are re- t quired to explain their need, corre- ' apondeata not b.ing excepted. The new eumps of the _'d and 8tth, Bl Sterling'i Ranch, wara completed to? day. The movement of the 2d is being I ailad aa a triurnph of the motor truck COmpaBiea under Lieutenant Jcrr m.ah W. O'Mahoney, whose "gas hogs" moved 150 truck loads of men and ; equipment over twelve miles of indif- ; ferent road bitwecn 7:46 a. m. and li p, m In rerognition of his work L.eu- i tenant O'Mahoney has been put in com- i mand of the trucks of the entirc divi? sion. Word came to division headquarters 10-day that the movement ro (%mp vVhitman of the 'id, 14th and 71 st could be begen to-morrow, when the lirst aquipmaat wil] arrtva. The 14th will go out tirst, carrying with It a hospital car f..r the carB of any cases of "P. T " 'ha: may develop en route. The 14th will go by the Miaaouri Pacific to St. . thenee by the Pennsylvaaia to to, N. .1., where the I.ehigh M Hudson will take the trains Brlgadiai General Dyer, commanding the provi brigade, will go w;th tha 14th. PROGRESSIVES NAME 15 MEN TO SAVE PARTY They'll Coopcratc with "Loyal" National Cornmittec Mcmbcrs. An organization committee of rifteen which it, to cooperate with the (ifteen "layal" members of the old national . imm " ?? has heen appomted by Mat thew Hale, of HoKton, a.ting ch.nrmiin of the National Progressivl party, it v..i< BBBOUBCed tO-day, Tha committee will take "such atepfl as mav be a.lvis abla to praaerve the Progresaive aarty." In ? Btatement Mr. Ilaie savs he was authorized tO make the appomtments Progi In Indianapolis. He states further that the eommittaemen "will pmtect the in tereata of 'he Progreaaive party candi date forVie. Pr? ident, John N. Parker, ia those states where Farkor < lectors shall be placed upon the ballot. In other state* they will be fro<\ as indi : art the eaadidate of party m this comnig alee ' The appomree* follow: Eilwin M l.ee, tatC el i.iinan, chairman; ',-'? Colhy, Naw York; II. H. i flUha, treaaarer lowa atate eeaa . ( Isrenea W. Halbert, chairman Minneaota st.ite committee; Praneia J. ., ( aliforaia; JehluM. Hale. chair? man Oklahnma s'ate committee; ( harlea F. Hoffman, chairman Michigan committee; Judge Hen H. I.ind aey, Colorado; C. W. Mi*rClura, Geergia; J. M. McConalck, chairman Texas state committee; H'-rold A. Moise, Loaial unn; Judge A. II. NoitOBi, Missouri; George S. Obar, ehairmaa Alabaaaa eammittae; L H, Tiiaaahmaaa, ', and Irviag K. Yirrron, .m M-iiiif stnte committee. WOMEN PUT*0REG0N IN LINE fOR HUGHES 58 Branches of Alliancc Formed in State?Cotintry Organizing. Apathy? Hardly. This is the reply af the women'a eommittea of tha Hughei Allianee to chargea thnt tne Republiean eampaign V'oing Bt a snail'a pBCB. So far aa are eoaei raed, they say, there is action in pli Reports raeoivad here yesterday from K.iljh J' Williams, national com man; Chatiaa L MeNary, K* pablican state chairman, arid T. B. Nauhauaen, Progressivfl state chair man, all of Orogoa, teil how thnt state haa completed the eraonrsation af fiftj > gl ' brani h.-< ..f tha Blliaaaa la 01 ,. citil I Bfld 'own- Mr- Yrnri eei A Koller, nhainaan (,f lha wameB'i committee, i.}* this li typical of the work all over ihe eountry. ADVERTISEMENT. CHOOSE 4?/2% AND S/UTETY Do you care more for the In tereat on your money than the prlncipal ? Do you want aecond mortgagea and poor real eatate bonda at 6%, or do you arant aboolute aafety and 4?_95 7 We can give you the latter ln the form of Tax Exempt Flrit Mortgage Participation Certtil cates lecured by a speciflc guar anteed first mortgage. Any amount from 5200 np. So invextor has ever lost a dollar Capital & Surpltu, $10,000,000 a 7? B'waj. H. f. 175 Bemsen Sl.. BTOyn. 360 miton ?_ Jamaica. _ WILSON TO STUDY REFUGEES' WOES Learns of Privations of Americans Who Crossed Mexican Border. Waahington, Sept. 4.?Reports of the sufTenngs of American refugees who fled fiorn Mexico at the behe.at of the State Depfrtaaent have eanaod Preat rlent Wilson to order an investigation to determine what can be done for their relief. The Tribune learned to I day thnt Senator Sheppard, of Texaa, had brought an appalling record of pri? vations and misery to Mr. Wilson's at [ tention. The War nnd Labor departments are already at work devising relief meas i ures, and it is probsblfl that the Red Croaa arill ba nsked to ralaa a fund to aid these suderers. The report which won Mr. Wilson's ? ympathy recited one hundred and twenty distinct eBBfl* 0f sutTering di reclly traceable, it la held, to (Bfl ti fusal of the State I>cpartment to pro tect the rig+its of Americans in Mexico These eaaea represent only a amall fraction of those that have passed through one border eonsulate- that ut I.aredo, Tex. As BMBy Bfl one hundred and eipht eases have been handled there in one day. The investigation was mado hy Mra. Alice MeKay KolleV, and a copy of the findings has been aabaaitted te Miai Aaaa Morgaa, chair? man of the Nationnl Patriotic Leagai of New Vork. Thousands Recome Dependent. Thousands of rofegeefl have crossed into the I'nited StatOfl aad become de? pendent on relatives. frit-nds or public cbaritiea. others procaded them on other occasions when the State Pi-part ment sent forth its warning that Americans remained. in Mexico at their twn riak. One pitiable case lited ia tha*. of W. R. Ilerr and his wife, both more than seventy years of at;c, who arrived at Laredo frorn Chamal, Tnmaulipas, on Aagaat 11 Btterly exhauated, after traniping forty miles through a knee doep hog and fl two-day railroad jour n?y. They were almo.->t starved anfl nearly Baked, Mrs. I'err having nothing but Mexican sandals, a ragged calico wrupper and a sunbor.net. A hoapital wus the only proper place for them, but they were fenrarded Ibibh without investigation to Alex, <?kU. Private char.ty provided Mra. Dtrrwith the clothinp a wealthy and "humani tarian government" could not supply. W. B. Frazier. sixty-two years old, nrrived nt I.aredo on AuRiist 14 with a tomilv of nine chndrrn, peaaileBa and poaaesBed only of the rairs in whieh thev stood. Ar- ibablfl nns enes.in which all had beOB rcduci-d to tha mmimum of physical resistance, Mr. Fraaier had been beaten by bandits , with a belt tilled with cartridffes. With his four elder children he was ahipped to Oflcaala, T> x.. to try to fmd work in , the cotton aelda. Mrs. Praaior, with , the five little ones, was shipped to [ Kiley, Tex., where || was hoped a sister in aiodorate eireeaaataaeea would be , able to prov.de for them Her ability i to do so was not lavaatigated. Consul Aids Miner. j. J. Da Wltt, a Baiaer af Laman aa, eame to I.aredo about .luly 1 with his family of nine. (>n AagBBl ll be re? ported he had been unable to earu money and was expeeting tfl Bfl turned .,.,, tha itraal Mr. Da witl bad baea lnnjr k.iown to Consul (iarrett na an aif.ve, eaterpriaiag work.-r, and he opened his private purse for the pro riaion of as?istance he was ui.able to cr.nt offieially. Mr?. Walter Hitt, arriving from Chamal on Ju v -'?, had baea robbed. of 'all her poaaeaaiona. ll?-r larf- family of .inall ehildrea wa? in we meat pitiable condition. half etarved hiu! clothed in ragB. They weri forwar.u- I io Midlaad, T<-x., and on Aagaat 11 aere reported Ib aaeal acute need. H imlHi- atoriea eould ba told oi' each of the one hui dred and twrnty fajniliei in the liat ? ibmitti d to Preifdent Wil iaa, an ; thi ira aiight be mul tiplied iadeftaitflly froai tha eoBaular .,.,.,,:,:- Border < tla i tiaaatfl Ihat from three t" llve tlmusand taiailiea have been BCattorod about the country in thi. flaaaaer m the last few months, ; nnd there are Itill several hundreds to be brought out. CoBgtaflfl, which appropnated re*-ent ]-.- $2,1.,.I for the relief of dependent famihes of National Guardsmen and j .oi.,in,i !",.r i aroliaa lead suffcrcrs, also nppropriatrd some time .ro J ','"'. i>ini f,,r Mexiean refogeea, a sum mtallv inailequate, c insidering their l umhers and neci Under the rulmg of Ihfl Statfl Departaraat none of thi< money can be apphi-d for Other than the parchasfl af traaaportatioa and baro aabfliatOBCfl for thr people en ? roate. WillAmaieYou Hear il al Ine VAREWKWS ? 1 1UUI 1KNABE Hughes's Tennessee Day Just Comedyj)f Errors Invited to a Wilson Love Feast, He Declines and Then Refuses to Talk to Guardsmen. By UAY H. I.EEK. *. labville, Tenn., Sept. 4. -In re viewing the events of this day of mis ' adver- li ? necessary to bear in ' mind that 'his arid state of prohibition and rock-ribbed Democracy never be? fore had seen a Republican Fresiden tial candidate in eampaign times. When Charles E. Hughes alighted from his train here this morning he araa riawed la Baea-eyed wonder by cunous and r.ot unfriendly CTOVJd*. In some instances Southern hospitality i came to the rescue, and there were i cheers and hand-clapping. It is ex : plained by old residents, however, that ' Southern hospitalitv Ifl not supFosed , to extend to politics. On arriving at th? Hermitage Hotel ' Mr. Hughes learned, for the tirst time. ; that local statesmen ha.l seized upon , his prearranged programme, eliminated j eertain events and substituted others. . iu... of those substituted waa an ad dress to a gathering of labor union , oflciala and their followers at a park : near the city. A quiet investigation ri Bjed Ihe faet that tha meeting had ' been called with the intention of hold ing a Wilson love feast, and that Mr. : Hughes was t? be given an opportunity to purticipate in it. Asked Non-Partiaan Speech. While the Hughes managers were , eonsidering the situation, word reacbed the hotel that the union otlicials did ! not care to hear a political address, but hoped that Mr. Hughes would di? l cuss with them such other topics of the day as might ..eem tit. Since the Republican candidate i| hf>re upon a eampaign tour, a nie.sgage was sent ; back to the labo- official.-, in whici | they were informed that this invitation ! could not he accepten. Then Governer Thomas C. Rye, who belies his name by ardently advocating prehrhitiOB, Invitad Mr. Hughes to ro viaw the state troops encamped here BWaitiBg orders to go to Mexieo or re? turn home. Wi'h visioaa of a pos? sible repetition of a Plattsburg com plication in mmd, Mr. Hughes com promised by BgnM ing to visit the camp as a private eitisOB. itijiulating that no addreea should be dalivered there. After a i.de of three miles over dust eovcred road* thnt demanded little ? of gas masks for adequate pro? tection of the autoists, the party r.'nched the camp, which may be pointed "ii: .,. a IpacifU argument for preparedneaa. Since early in June the N'i.tional Guardamen have been encamped on the fair groaadi here awa ? ng th. neeeasary luppliaa thnt . m to go to the Mexi? can border with some assurance that they would ba an aid and not a hmdrance to the soldiers nlready there. Shakea Daldlaia' Handa. A BBBtiaal whose belt had been in nocent of a single round of arnmiin1 tion fliaea en'ering the encampment ' stopptd the Hughes party at the gates af the grounds, then turaod it over to another guard, wl.o wa^ industriousiy HUGHES HITS AT SNAP LABOR LAW ( oiilii.ued from page I in Coagre ; by anv power on earth before the factS are kBOWB and in the abse.'ic.' of tha faeta. "We h.ive a great eountry and a great future. But it can be preserved in only one way. that way is the way of al! honeat, fair iaveatigatioa aad eandid treatment. "Show Yne tho way that is right and I will take it; but I won't take any way ! .in nol know anything about. "Now. I am here to declare to you one more point tha*, as my sober judgment, I do not think the jrosperity of i!:1- eOUBtry ean be mamtained with? out the applic.tion in a fair and faith ful nianner af the doctrine of protec? tion to Ameriean industry." When the uudience cheered this di r. ct attack upon tha most important theory of the Iremocratie party it was evident thnt it bad been won by the speaker. Whether a single vote haa been won in this Pemocratic atate or not, it was evident that the men and WOmOfl who waat lo hear Mr. Hughes gl t left with a warm feeling in their hearta for him. JOHN CASEMENT ON WAY TO ACCEPT PROMOTION British Commander Sank the Wilhelm der Orosse. Command. r John < asement, of the Britiah ereiser Highlyar, a distant rel ativf> ef Roger ( nsement. the Irish leader, recently put to death in Lon? don, arrive I yesterday on the Hermu dian, of the Quebec Steamship Com? pany, from Benaada. He is on his way ta London to receive a promotiun for gallant action when the Highflyer -ank a ilirmin f-onverted cruiser W der Gros-e off the Afr.can eOBBt -hortly after the outhreak of the war. There fleoma to be a strong family n (i inblaricc between Commander ("ase ? ment and his relative. The commander refrained frrm drseussing the execu ', tion. So great has his service been to tha Britiah navy that. in addition to ... ng a promotiOB, he will in all probability be daeoratad by King i lor.ally. munchinjj n sandwich provided hy hi* mother. Mr. Hughes smiled. but pro eeeded arithOOt comment. He was take.: to the frame auditorium on the grounds, where he shook hnnls with every member of the two regiments in camp thara. It may or may not have been be ' c.use of the riirhts seen at the en campment here, but Mr. Hughca apokc even more emphaticaliy than usual for adequate preparedaeaa in the speeches he delivared later in the day. At both afternoon and evening meetmgs he aaid that the self-rexpeet of the nation de manded adequate military and naval preparedneaa sufticient to protect th* border. ?nd to safetfiiard the livflfl of Americans upon the high seas and in fore'gn lands. Mr Hujrhes made his afternoon speech at Fisk Univeraity, where hc ipoke to rnembers of the negro race for .the tirst time during the campaign. During the evening he addressed an audience of men and women who fille,. j Ryman Auditorium to overflowing. ! Here, as at his afternoon meeting, h? spoke as freely to hia Democratic au : dienea as when talking to those who i agree with blfl vicWB. The Mexican situation, tarifr an 1 vrovernmental efficiency were subjects that ihared his attention with military preparedaaaa Talks to Busiaess Men. ffll audience to?night was made up of gmall business men, farmers and those. typieal Southern colonel. that Iook as if they had stepped out of an U. Henry story. It is because of an unwritten law among Presidential candidates, which, by the way, ll seldom observed, that Mr. Hughci is here 4o-day and not in Kentuckv. When it was learned that tha Hughes party would be but tifteen or tweaty miles away from tho Hodg.n ville meeting being held to-day by President Wilson, if the original itiner arv was carried out, it was deeiderl to break all precodent. and cross the bor ders of Telinessee. Mr. Hughc.jp manageri admit that they have little hope of winning votes in this state. A Republican citizen of Naahvilla who was I'nited States deputy marshal under Taft said that a Republican candidate had as much ehai.cc of successful campaigning in Tennessee as a anowbull ifl a tropieal elimate, thereby neatly phrasing an opinion that is aecepted by everybody 1 ii touch with conditions here. G. 0. P, May Elect Governor. There i? a pos.ibility, however, that John W. Ovorall, Republican nominee for (iovernor, nay ho elected this year. The wet and dry i#sue has been m jected into the campaign, and the pre vailing opinion that Mr. Overall il more liberal m his viewi on prohibition than Governor Rye is expected to make it possible for him to revOIBfl the nor? mal state ot BflTalra Ib thia itate. Tennessee had a Republican Governor in 18^ and another in 1909. tho more recent state executive being elected he i ofasplit in the Demoeratle party. Old residents also tell of the adminis tration of Parson Hrownlow, the pict uresi|'ie Republican Governor who lonred a term in tho late .">0s. 1'nliko other states. ToBBflflflflfl be? came dry territory not by constitu tional amendment nor popular vote, but 1 by Iflgialativa cnactment. Therefore ? there is the con.-tant argument that if | the ouestion ever reaehes the votera prohibition wilj be sidetracked and the I saloons will open again. CARRANZA DIPLOMAT HERE ON WAYTO SPAIN Also to Visit Franee?Silent About Mission. Colonel Alfreda Breceda, formerly private BflcreUry to Ceneral Cnrranza, arrivad yeaterday on the Spanish liner j Monserrat on liis way to Spain and Franee to carry out a diplomatic mission for the de facto Mexican gov? ernment. Colonel Rreeeda refused to discuss the political situation in Mex? ico or to divulge the import of his trip. He eame to the I'nited States last yeai in behalf of Geaeral Cnr? ranza ond lafd the Mexican situation before the Senate ForeiRn Relations Committee. Another passenger was H. A. Dunn, a Califorriia civil engineer, formerly supei intendent of the Mexico City I.ifrht and Power Company. Mr. Dunn said he had recently passed l'O days in fall, ncer.sed by the Carranzistas of having killed two of the employes of the power company. He rinally proved the death of the employes oe '? eurred a year before he arrived in Mexico City. Fiftv-four of the 110 passengen aboard thfl Monserrat were taken off at Quaraflaino and sent to Iloffman ? Island foi oh.]ervation because of the ? reported prosence of cholera in Vcra Oraa. The Monterey, of the Ward Line, which arrived yesterday from south i em port?. nl?o ?utTered a depletion of i pasaenpers at Qu.ranCne due to the ' cholera scare. Quarantine ofMcials j said yeaterday eveninc these pa??n I gers would be held only two^days. and ' that if no svmptoms developed in thftt time they woold be nermitted to nro flfled to their various deatinntions. Both ships were quarantined the usual I five davs in Havnna. PASSENGERS BUTCHERED ON MEXICAN RAILWAY Twcoty-fivc Soldiors. 11 Civil ians Slain. Is Report. I.aredo, Tox . Sept 4. Twenty-five Mexican loldiera and eleven civilians j were killed !ast Thursday, when a ion I sti'.utionalist train was WTeeked by ; bandits elniminir allegiance to Carrero j Torrea, aceording to advicea r4aching j the border to-day. The bandits butchered the train I guards and carried away everything j movable. thea,. advicea said. The wrock accarrad betwaen San Lu.? and j Tampico, below Cardonas. 22f Difference Between The Nation Press "Decidedly Differ ent" Printing and the "Cornmor.place" Kind The first adds preiti^e;?tlie seeond subtracts. The first brings ules;?the iccond sometimei doei. The first is retaineJ;?the iccond rcachea the waste paper basket. "C,rt it (fine bvtde it rifJit" it the policy of this tonveniently located downtown print shop. Tlio V'otlfin Pr?ac?i , Th- l veninr Poa? Bulldint 1 no i\aiion i ress, inc., i* \>a*y .st.-n s>? York BOTH SIDES SAY PSEYISWON - Republicans Predict Vie? tory by 75,000, Democrats Content with 25,000. _ PORK AND BEANS SHOW PROSPERITY Chairman "Points with Pri3eM to Exhaustion of State's Supply. Edward E. Groucnp. chairman of 1 the New Jersey Democratic Corr.mit- i ! tee, "points with pride" to the sale j of pork and be.ns a* an evidence ofj ! the prosperity of the industnes in ! his state. He tells of meeting a salea- ] | man for one of the btggest cannlng | induitries in his bailr-vick, who said | ' his firm could not lupply the demand for goodi. "Selling to the Allies?" inquired Crosscup. "I should say not," replied the sales 1 man. "We cannot supply the people ' of the I'nited States." Then, Gro.scup sayi, the lalesman j showed him a telegram from hii home office, telling him to take no more crders for pork and beans. So, the state chairman concludes, if the peo i ple of New Jersey are so pro.perou. , th.y can buy out the deleetable bean , and the .ucculent pork supply of the Btete, why should they wish to change ' Prendents? Accordingly, he elaima j New Jersey for Wilson by 20,000 ma ' jority. The "unprejudiced and unbiased ! view" of the Democrati ii that Wilson [ will carry New Jersay by 25,000. while the Republicans can see nothing but Hughes by 75,000. As a matter of fact, neutral observers say New Jersey reople have paid very little attention to politics, with military movements, illness, .-hark scares and strike threats to occupy their mind. The lait month , of the campaign is likely to iwing I the state either way, it is declared. Progresslvea Baek in Fold. In no Presidential election has New Jersey given the Republican candidate I less than 60,000 majonty, with the I excoption of 1912 and the Wilson revolution. At that, Wilson ran 55,000 i behind the combined vote of Roose i velt and Taft. Things have changed since them. Many of the Roosevelt I VOtera were Republicans, who voted the Pregreeeive tieket out of admira i tion for the Colonel. Progresiives from conviction have swung in line for Hughes. Evarett Colby is working : tvery day in Republican national 1 headquarters in this eity. The New Idea party, which he founded in New ' Jersey, and which was the forerunner ef Progresslvcism in the East, has followed him baek into the Republican ranks. Canvaiseri of the Republican party ! in New Jersey declare only one out j of every 200 Republicans interviewed J il going to vote for Wilion. On the j other hand. there are a host of Demo I rratl Who, they say, have no sym ; pathy with Wilson's policies, and many ] of them, while not announcing their ! intention of voting for Hughes, Mre i open in expressing their dissatisfae | tion with the Administration. Her . bert Kalaejr, foraaor Democratic See : retary of State, from his home in ; Maine, wrote David Baird, South Jer , sey leader, a letter of the warmest praise for the acceptance speech of Hughes. Kel.ey did not say he would ; support Hughes, but he left no other i inference. Demoerata Against Wilson. Isaac Ferris, retired leather manu ' facturer of Camden County, and a lifclong Democrat, was lnvited by Governor Ficlder to serve on the reception committee to President Wil? son, at Shadow Lawn, last Saturday. "Of course I cannot accept this in vitation," Ferris replied, "because I do i ADVERT18EMENT. ,,-pVERY ?Jj is out oi BODV )f town!" But we who are still in town know that every body is not out of town, and that some of the things about town that are most nijoyahle are still about town?for instancc, the Mh cSe, venue Bus not approve of Mr. Wilson e Adminlj. 1 tration." Then there are the Boreheada of thi old Smith-N'ugent machine, who havi r.ot forgotten the turr..ng down of former I'nited ^tatea Senator Jamti Smith for the I'nited Btatoa Senator hhip in favor of Jam.-s B. Martine. Sta ator Smith. rinanciully embarrasggd. u taking no open hand in thfl campair*, Nugent, former enemy of thfl PraoldaBb I haa declared for IVilaon thia timraig for the ftrat time m years the Wilioi League and the regulars are workii| in harmony on tha aarfaea Irlah Votera Oppose \\ Mson. The Irish votera in the 1 .'mocratii party, who would normally be with the Preaident. are BBgry at his a*. termination to dofaat Jamei K. Mir. tina for the Uaited Btatea Benatamaaa C'harlea Gallagher, Merc. r County 1 leader, is one v.ho refusei to Uki ; Wilaon orders. Gallagher ii out ta | elect Martine, and wil! not do any I thing to afd Wilson. Chairman Grosscup admits the Ctt rrans will not vote for the Preiident, but he believe*. B. Otto Wittpenn, Democratic candidate for Governor, arill draw all of the Germnn vote anl ! run 20 per cent ahe.id af Wilson ia. the state. "I am aaiia aatisrled with thesitii. I tion in New Jeraey," asaertfl N'ewtoi A. K. Bugbee. Republican ?*.tte chsir rr.an. "All we have to do is to holl ' the normal Kenubliean vote to carrr the state for Hughes. In faet, I looi for 76,ooo maiority for the haid of the tieket, the elertion of a Republi? can l'nite,| States Senator and Got. ernor and a Republican mtvonty ia both branches of the I.egMature." Get the'Teaches" that ;are coming to you in th? peach season ? but be sure to eat them on Sh**e<kW Wbeat Biscuit with CTeam, a combination thaf. insures good digestion, health and strength for the dav's work. Cut out meat and kitchen worry and serve this ready cooked, whole wheat food with the choicest fruit that grows ? a dish for the up and-coming man who wishes to keep at top-notch efficiency for work or play. iServe it for breakfast or any meal with milk or CTeam, with sliced peaches or other firuits. Made at Niagara Falls. N.Y. ? iii a**i . r*aa?a>w GERMAN War Finance WHILE the Allies borrow billiona ajmOOg themaelvea and from the United States. Germany calmly raiaes praetieally all her neceaaary war funda within her own ter? ritory. . In to-day'a Tribune Dr. Moritz Julius Bonn (Vretidtnt of the (ommerrial I'nktrtity \n the tV.y ? ' aTaaeeli Vrnfemor of Political Kronomy at th* l'nitert\t'j uf Muni h) begins a series of aix informative articles on the financial condition in Germany and the meaaures taken to meet it?each without precedent in modern timca. Few men have alike an intimate knowledge of their country's policica togethcr with the inter? national point of view. Dr. Bonn is one ot theae few. Hia atory of how Germany is car rying on the war with her own wealth will be aa intereating and clear to you aa to the resi dent of Berlin. Thia ia only one of the authoritative. up-to the-minute artirlea constantly appearing on The Tribune'a Buaineaa Man'a Financial Page edited by Garet Garrett. Read It To-day in The Tribune TBintAl BI ll\ li ?