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Fair to-day, with rising temperature; cloudy and warmer to-morrow. Detailed weather reports will be found on rtge M. utt. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. LXXX.- NO. 181. NEW YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1913. row-ivM, n " rnniim, .f rnbit,m,i .toi.ito.i. DIAZ RULE SURE L IN MEXICO AGAIN:, Felix Diaz to He President: Porlirio to Return Triumph. in STATES FALL IN LINK Thirty Cutlets Will Co Paris to Kscort Exiled Statesman. 0 I VI V !' I ) ' TiKi U KI.COM F. I' unlit in Kill u li.'i I'edcl'nl Tr.mlts 1 . iiilmli illM'O. Near Mkm i'i'V. Match 2 The republic I o' Mei. . is. fd P""-'! w!i:ib ' lice oepi'S-'d and i D:az. so Ions Its Presl- . mi liei-.uie his hand was he-ivy. now i ..n. htm i ii cnmo back and hMti the 1 cin'r out of Its tioublos. I' announced here to-day that on 1 the llfte nth of the month thirty cadet- j f-.im Hie Kscucla de Asplran!e will ' Ir.ne the i.ipltal under command of eir captain .mil go to Paris to itnlt' ! rtl-io to return to his tntherlatrJ. Throughout Mexico the rentiment In fjinr nt the fornirr I'rcsldent Is gro;- g rapidly His nephew. l oii Ul.iz. 1-. s iiii certain to b the next President ' t.d the services of the aged ewlictator ' nr.- deflred tis an advis r. There will( Iia a remarkable ovation for him when J e comes and the Government w ill pai 1 im almot regal honors. The Api- j rantcs took a prominent part in the up r 'Ing nealn't Madcro and for that I tenson wrre selected to mak the jour ny and serve as an escort f ir the re ntry of the most powerful man that has governed Mexico In the lat cn tury The Tirescnce of Portlrlo O.az couut-d upon to extlngulJh the fast flame of the revolt against the domi nant part. Mexicans are tired of tmuble and nr willing to take any measures whica will restore tranquillity to their countrv The determination to recall Porflrlo Is an indication of the growing supremacy f th Huerta-Diaz rglm Or Kranelseo Vjoi'ez !amez. lead r of the pow rful faction of which Ktnilio ' Vasnuez Gomez i toe Ashling chief. ca.l'd in person to-day upon (1 -n. IVli v Diaz with a message of peace. He told 1 iz that h- and hi brother are de s rou of Joining with the Government n efforts m bring about pacification drrt also for the forthcoming election. '1 's moe considered here to be of " utrnnit Importance, as the Gomez fimny m most intluent'-il throughout th country and especially In the north ern States A a 'urther indication of the trend .:i popular regard and in Go ernmental . r townrd Porlirlo ninz. pro Islonal "Ident Huerta has retored to nottve many of the G"nerals who were . aced upon the retired list because they were opposed to Madero. Among them a Gen Samuel Garcia i: igenio Itaston. futmer Cttellar and .Minister of War Vmbusheii in a deep cut neiir AJii"Co. tw-nt miles from here, a trtilnload of i i deral troops on the w.iv to the capi tal frntr. I 'iinrnn vitrii ii'nv iitt.ii.L'.1 l.i. nandits late lasi night. The soldb isl'" "" ' veto i.iught like rats m a trap audi h xt-tlve of them were killed. r'n.ill.v the .siildbts managed to get oil and return the tire, jepulsing the iiesneradoes I'our hours Inter tin. C.iv- emmcnl despatched leenfotcements to1, the scene J Gen. Diaz tills afternoon showed to Tin: Sin -owspondcn.t a telegram om ronsul C'uesta at Douglas, Ariz.. s.ivmg that Dr. Saouz, the envoy Gov. de la Fuente, had crossed in n Snnora to work with Gen. UJada n t inverting rebels there In favor of e pew Government. The message i rt' r savs that nn ovation was given l' , mz by several thousand of the iintl-Government soldiers, who laid down their arms at once. peace has uren completely retorid In that region .'n addition to this a large force of rebels, which was marching upon Mon teAima, suddenly diclured for Huerta and Dinz and has Joined tho Federal standards. other sources re port that Gov. Mnytorena of Sonor.i wl Gov Prsqiielra of Aguas Callentes are fugitives In the mountains with h small bund of followers. The Minister of Finance tn-dav .resented In tin- Chamber of Deputies n bill authorizing u national loan of ino.000.00il pesos. one condition the measure. Impose. Is that t'io money '"nil not bo used In tho payment of 1 1 volutlonary Indemnities, either for eign or domestic. The very existence of the country, it was said, depends upon the use of this sum for other pur poses. The bill outlines In If fly the prlnclii.il nso.s to which tho loan will m de. voted Ono will bo the complete re organization of the iirmy, putting it ipon such ii powerful basis that peace will be. Insured through tho very sttength of the war force. Gunianlcfvs if personal property are also provided for as is agricultural development, ConfluHcd on Fourth Fa'jc. I S. TROOPS FIGHT MEXICANS. llflirl .Killed In Uncoil liter Willi I'mnlri Siiunilriin. l.'t. Fvso. T' . .March 2.- A battle wa .iht on the li.iril.r line near Douglas. Ar.x. tn-dav between ii liiiml of Mexi can anil I'nltcd States troops. Whether tin' Mexican wore soldiers or bandits is nut known, but It I? belloved thnt the; v.opi- a band of tin- Maytorcn., rebels of Suimm. who have declared thcmelvc against tin- (imv Huerta Government In Mixloo. Tht re Ameilcan troopers of tin- Nlnt'.i ; I "tilted State- favolry (negroes), who ttviv guarding th line. .-Ightod the i Mexicans, about foity or fifty In num- I ier. .iinl roile toward them to ascertain If they wetv In Mexico or the I'nlteil St.i'e. a. tlu-iv nothing to mark the boundary except monuments about cvei.v in.le. When the American sol- '"''''' uPProuehed the Mexicans the l"t-j . ler open il file. , Hearing t'to shot-, thirteen comrades ' mp "",,rlc l" ll,m" io ineir am auuitllpv nU , hol(I mPotK j Hyde - ..Ill i. sr,lt..... ... tV-.,,.!,,., .,1..-,, !.. I - elit a courier to Douglas, about two I miles away commander to notify the squadron ' Soon the sixteen Ameri can full troopers were reenforceii by two1 insij's oi cavalry anil sums were rxchanced for sevtral minute" at dlst.ine? of about a thousand yards l-inaii) the Mexicans were driven on. An invi stliiatlon showed that Mexicans had been killed b bullets of the American troops. ft l reportid bete that the lighting started when Mexican soldiers tired on four t'nlteil States army otllcers who wele walking together on the Mexican side of tho tine. They answered with revolver shots the bullets of the Mexicans and soon colored troopers hurried to their aid The subsequent engagement was short 1 LONG LIVED GALE ence Falls on Man. ilarrel on a Woman and Child Is lilown in Train's Path. A clear weather pale out of the north west, drawn from that frosty region by n storm that pirouetted on the Nova Scot in coast, made the big buildings of the town vibrate yesterday afternoon. in- Kii int ",u7 sevcni; -iwo nines lor wie nve miuuies endlt. at 3 o'clock. Before that the force fluctuated for more than three hours between sixty nud seventy miles, which for continuity at that rattl.ng rate seldnm has been exceeded. The pressure on the Individual .- ....... I... 1 ...ilcn ..H.t iireadth of him or her. Gveo slim sttlrts occasionally went stunning down the wind, while the wearers held on with both hands to big brimmed top hamper The Weather iturenu has decided that there will be no mure winter for several days The national prophecy I that it will he fair to-dav and that Inaugura- Hon da will l hete i loud.v and warmet " i iened a wooden fence ,u i The wind 1 Sixth avenue and Fourteen-h stteet. carried It tw.-ntj feet m th air to the1 elevattd and Hung It among a dozen people waiting for a street car. Will-! lam Kelly, a clerk, of T.:, .Vinth street.! lirooklyn. had a wrist and po-slblv u rib or two broken. 1 I A gust picked up a barrel irom 1 I h roof ,it Southern lluiilevard and 1 lClMiiere Place. The Htou. and It fell . squarely on Miss Marv Kotouetky, :'4 ' ve.-irs oiu. ot Kant tsntii street. II ler I skull may be fr.ictur. d I A f.jur-ve it-old sir', llo-d.- Husliinsky, of 11171 Fortieth street, was blown fiotn tin- platform of the elevated station at Ul mile and Flatliiish avenues, llrook I lyn , William .1 c.iliiiiiine ,,f .liiu Second "trt-et. Hrooklvii. Juinpid to the truck' land lifted the gul to the platform his ii -cape a train i TAFT SAVES HE IKE FROM JAIL. ii i sentence of imnr llltleliil lit of 1 1 I I'riiuilo. siii-i!To. . .ian ii .' - I'rcsiiieni Taft to-night conimuted the sentence of t'hailes It lleike, who was formerlv secretary and tieasurer of the American I Sugar Itellnlng Company to the tine iind ' ,'""lN '"lposed upon him b the l'ed.'.ral conn, reniuiing tnai jiortion or tne sen tence which Imposed Imprisonment In the New York county penitentiary for eight months. The original sentence was the Inipils nnmenl with a tine of $.".,000 and the costs of prosecution. The line and costs will stnnd. The President's action wa tiased upon the recommendation of Attomey-Gen- eral Wlckershum, who made an ehaus- tlve report of the case. lleike was convicted of conspiracy to defraud the Government by fffect- jlng the entry Into this country of duti able sugar at less than Its true weight He Is desperately 111 at his New Jersey home, according to the report of a com mission of specialists who examined him. They reported tliat Imprisonment for even a short period would kill him, NAVAL BILL MAY FAIL, t'onferers ('11111 Aicrce 1111 llnr or Two llntl IciIiIn. Washington, March 2 The naval bill is likely to fall at this session, In which event the question of one or two battleships will be thrown Into the special session. The conference committee on the bill adjourned to-night slue die. They dis agreed, the Senate Insisting on two and tin. House on one battleship, The llouso conferees decline to report a disagreement to the House, because, j thev fe:ir two h;ittlcshins wolilil ttu,n 1,.. ' voted I'nlcss the conferees can reach some belter understanding the hill will fail altogether 1 a:oohti iia iiirrritN 1 water for ladles onii rlilldicu nlth Aile, Mvectrnen PELT SUFFRAGETTES UNTIL POLICE COME Londoners Drive Woiucn From Their Speaking Stands With Karth Clods. SAYS THF.V A It K WOMANLY American Sflllptl'ess I.ikoilS 31 11- itants to the Venus le Mil... njl Cable lini,alel, to Tur Si i. I.onpon. March '-. -Tho militant suf fragettes cot another lesson to-day in the doctrine that violence l eRetsvloleiiif Mrs j..,or., i)rum,om (-tho General") 1(, ,,. i,.a(1er ,a,l a hard timo when Park. A htiRe crowd was present and l it hooted and sane and drowned out the sieeches of the women as well as ncltinc them with turf. The mo-t violent section of the crowd tried to overturn the i wagon which the militants Used ns a platform, but the xilice pteventwl them : from doinc It ,!, mo, Iimj the police, but eventuallv the women were obliged to abandon the meeting liocatis-o of the turf blizurd which was coming their way. Many women were struck in the faco by the clods of earth and Mrs. i rumtuond had her bonnet knocked of! Tho isdice finally le-ctied the ruilitu.lt There wa n similar scene on Wimble- don Common. The militant attempted to hold a meeting there, but the interrup tion of the crowd made it impossible to hear the speeches I'he mob had a tus sle with the police anil carritvt things before them They rush'sl the platform. pushed the women off and soied their lianner oi "Vote for Women " The police esoor'isl the women to a hou near by. which the crowd beieged some time Mrs Adelaide Johnson, the American ' Bculntor. in joining in the newspaper dis-' ciission of the physicnl elTect of "siiftra gettism" on women says: i sufrraRe face above all others, past and present, is the expression of con-ciotis purKise Tho suffrage face i very womanly and tender. The Venus de Milo has a suffrage face, strong. loautiful and .-ever. If she were living now she would 1 be a champion of 'Vote for Women ' The Venus do Medici, on the other hand, would ! an anti-HtifTraRetto She was weak, indolent and plenum loving and belonged to a type which it seems im poible to aroue above iniiifference." LAW TO BE MORE SEVERE. vtelv rutin Will I'ritr Slernrr I'linl h. i nent for snnrnicrttrs. tpertiil tiltfr IffMitcK to TllK Jt London. March s 'I he Daily lU graph announces that when Parliament reas-etnble Homo Secretarv Mclveuna twill IntrcMluce a bill amending the law in relation to such offence a have been committed recently bv the HUflriigett.-s and giving wider discretion and power to the authorities SHOW PUT OFF TO MIDNIGHT. Poller Mop H I'erforliinner .if "Tin Hosier Mlml." After a four hour d.lav. due to the mandate of Inspector Glllen. the so called "new czar of the old Tend-r-loin," that "The Master Mind" could not be producid at the Hams Theatre, Forty-sec and street between Seventh and lIlL'hth av Tines, on Sunil.iv eve ning, the doors of that playhouse were opened at 12:01 o'clock this morning for a ompllmentary performance Invitation hud been sent to 2."i0 theatrical people to be on hand nt S o'clock last evening. About T o'clock) the new inspector of the Tenderloin, . accompanied by the piecinct captain, two detective and half a dozen mil-; ' funned ioli eiiien. entered the lobby and the Inspector Informed Messrs. Werba j I and I.uescher that there "couldn't be any peiformance. as It would be in vlo ' latlon of the law " Glllen then posted his men wh.re they could be seen to the best ad- ' vantage, and the management posted j a sign. leading. i "Police ibject to Sunday Show. Cur-1 lain at 12 Midnight.-' ' When the professional folks arrive 1, they rend the sign forward audi ! backward, exchanged merry quip and1 backed Into the night. Some went to other shows and others adjourned to I dining places, but nearly all who had ! Invitations returned for the midnight : performance I STOWAWAYS DEMAND CHICKEN. - HiniKi-r MrlLc III. t I, nsls 11 liny ami Tlie S11I I llnrsr. I Koger Algernon Pernoo, who says he' Is a civil engineer, and Victor Mar- j chant Postlc, an art student, each tiboiti '21 years of age nnd well dressed, are ! , stowaways on the French liner La ' Lorraine, which arrived to-day. 1 They showed up In the saloon of the liner on the first evening nut and 1 demanded lo bo served n chicken. ' Thn captain remarked that the only kind of fowl they would get would, other Fuiieiloii. be salt horse and If they did not like1 that they might n hungry. j PniNCKroN, March 2 -Mrs. Wilson to- Tho bohemlans declared that they night described thn gown which she had certainly would report the matter to , matin for the inauguration but which, the Government on their arrival In i now that the Inauguration ball 1ms been France, and then they were conducted I eliminated, him will have no opportunity below and put In the crew's mess to wear until the next formal function at room. They refused to touch salt j the While House. horse the llrst day, saying that they Thn gown is a brocade rosn pattern in would sturve themselves to death. light green, witli loco drajs'd ubout the On the next day thn bohemlans warn neck and down thn front. There is id eating salt horso and looking ns If 1 descent uppliuuo beiul work also about ihee uueit ii ' the neck and butterflies in shades of green " I and rose. At the shoulder in each sleeve 4 TltA INS TO KI OItlDA. Atlantic (oa.t l.lnr- Srn l.evrl Itnote, I5 A. M., ISJH noon, SM. U SB P. M. All slffl clrclrlo lighted Pullmans, UU U'way, Adr, SIXTY CONVICTS SHOT DOWN. M Vlcllcnn I t l.i lliirnlr Tlie ( Trlril tn I'.seniir. ' Mkmco Citv, March 2 -In t i hour ' of the parade of fashionables along the boulevards of Mexico city to-da . i urate killed forty criminals whom they were taking to Helen prison and wounded a score mote. Tho guards de clared that an attempt at escape had been made and they were obliged to use tiller rllles Since the recent J.ill delivery at Helen during the lighting In the clt.v streets the police have been active reartcitlng those who got away. They were put In the penitentiary until the holes tntiile , In Helen's wills by cannon balls during the bombardment could be repaired. This morning It was decided to n- morning u was iieciiieu in it- . move the prisoner. to the prison. I'poti lurivlng at the prison doors the authorities report that the criminals refused to enter. Finally the chief of the rura'els ordered u volley n ml nbont slkty men fell, the greater part of them being kilted. The fusillade was heard In the prin cipal streets and the roach parade was speedily broken up. the protnenaders fearing that another rebellion had broken out. An Investigation of the slaughter has U eii ordered. 20 HURT WHEN CARS CRASH IN TERMINAL llrakes Fail to Work as Train Comes Over Willitunslmrs: Hriiljre. The brakes failed to work on a Hi'iud way elemted train from Canarsle that came over the Williamsburg Hrldge Into the terminal In Pelancey street ubout 1 o'clock this morning and the train crashed Into the bumpers at the end of the tracks. The front pin (form of the first car doubled Kick on Motorman Peter Don- for I nelley. who had stuck to hi post, wres tling with his brake handle, but did not Injure him. When crashing stop the the train came to a people In the cars were thrown to the floor In heaps anfl I showered with broken glass from the window.. There was a sort of panic for n time until iasengers found that the bump was all they had to fear. About twenty Injured ones were taken off the train to the emergency booth In the subway termlnnl and treated. Mint of them were merely badly bruised and cut and went home after having their hurts attended to. Henry Goldberg of 153 Attorney street is thought to have Internal In juries. ' l.ena Geishnoal, IS, of 21 West Seven teenth street, had her arm broken and her head badly cut, as well as Internal Injuries. ' .V:im....i llnrL'i. ri.'lfnli 1G 1V-..U llJth street, also was badly Injured The.- three W'ele taken to .1 hospital. FIRE AT ESCAPING THIEVES. ! Detectives I 11 pt lire Our Wtrr Hilii lllliK I'lsl.ll rluht. I apt lleibert Graham oi the 0ut'lis 'borough detect i vh Iiih.mii and live picked ' sleuths had a running pistol light at 2 o'clock yesterday morning with a trio of burglar who hnd planned to enter Mm Herger's country department store at -,l Grand stut-t. Muietli. Mthougli over a score ol -hots were ejcnaiiRe,! noiiouy was tut. tine prisoner , ,,, V,H twtv-ll.' of the Presl wa captured after lie stubbed hi toe ,,nl.,,,.ol-s ,.,,1,,,.,.., u gather at the , in a bail of bullet anil fell tprawliiiR .v!,oreham Hotel. I Hi i omiunion. more sine ol foot, put; The President-elect. Mrs. Wilson ad In -top to the chn-e by shinning over n.sK Wilson attended the 1'irsl live foot picket fence in Mount Olivet Presbyterian Church this morning. Cemetery and zigzagging their way j .flr sen ice they were held up at the anioiig tombstone to Kilely i porch bv munv friends who bade them I apt Graham had received tip fiulii some mysterious source that bittgl.irs , planned to vWit Merger's ..toie with the intention of blowing iik-ii the safe. 'I he lone pii-oner de-ctll ed himself as Simon llarri. '.'s yeai old. ol IH70 Atlantic avenue. Ktoolilyn He was held l.i tl... t-'tualiitiir ,,ti... ,nrt ill.,,. , .1... ' day in delault of $:t 000 on a charge of' attempted lobbeiv. UP AND IN CLUB ON THE BOWERY. , - 1 'I)utii mill llnln" OrKMittKc It nt the! X. II. C. . I Those who have been down and out ' met yesterday In the llowery Hrnnch of j the Young Men's Christian Association 1 , al I'll! Itoweiy and there organized the I'P nud In Club. Hefore the club was actually started men apparently In the best of circum stances told reporters the detail of their ups and downs. One man was there who said that be had come into the mission a victim of excessive alcohol - Ism nnd had found a room and food and a hearty welcome from the secretary, I George Kdward Hoot. I According to his story he wandered back nnd forth up and down the llowery j seeking a Job and could not tlnd one. Kvontually he went to the mission and there he got a l-d and food and lodging for u fortnight. This man got n Jon In a wholesale store, which he holds now at u good salary. His story Is typical of manv tolit by the mcnibr rs of the new club, 1 MRS. WILSON HAS BALL GOWN. Now stir Will Wenr it at Some there is a similar butterfly It is cut low in the neck and has a long train, Mrs. Wilson describes it as artistic, impie and graceful witliout being ornate, HUGE INAUGURATION CROWD POURS INTO CHILLY CAPITAL I WILSON GOING TO ; WASHINGTON TO-DAY , Si Hundred milt'l'toll Mlldl'llt , . ( - as I rain hseorl Pres- I MM ident-eleet. STILL SILKNT ON rAIHXKT Last Dav in New .lersey Sees Family Reunion in a Ois mantled Kesidenee. Pmm-kton. March 2. President-elect Wilson and tho members of hi family mad? a busy day of It to-day. preparing for their departure to Washington In the morning No visitor? were received at the home In Cleveland lane and Mr. Wilson appeared at the door frequently directing the loading of trunks. It was a much dismantled domicile In which he spent his last night In Princeton. The students of Princeton Fnlverslty, who will escort him to Washington, plan to call at the Wilson home at 10:30 o'clock to-morrow morning with automobile. In which the President elect nnd the members of his party will be taken to the railroad station. ltesldes the President-elect. Mrs. Wil son and their thfe daughters, there will be Fitzvvllllam MaeMasters Wood- row, a cousin; Prof. Stockton Axson, a brother of Mrs. Wilson, and Mis. Helen, Woodrovv Hone, Mr. Wllon's cousin,! who ha? been acting ns Mrs. Wilson's secretary, and who will make her home at the White Houe. They will have th? last car In the train. The news paper correspondent. will have the car Immediately ahead and the rest of the train will be taken by some six hundred students. The train will leave at 11 o'clock arid Is scheduled to nrrlvs In Washington at ." o'clock In iIik afternoon. A stop will be made at West Philadelphia, where Mrs. Annie Howe, Mr. Wilson's sister, nnd Col. Thomas Hlrch, who was aid to Gov. Wilson nnd who hns been named as an aid to Major-Gen. Leonard A. Wood, the grand marshal of the Inaugural iarade, wUl Join the party. Despite- the adverse condition under j which I family thev met there was a Joyful reunion at the Wilson home to day. For the rlrt time since Christ mas the three daughters were at home. Miss Margaret Wilson lives In New York, where her musical studle take so much of her time us to prevent vsry frequent visits to her home. Mis Jes sie Wilson Is a member of the general board of the Voting Women's Chtlstlim Association in New York, and Miss Kleanor goes to Philadelphia daily to pursue her studies iii painting. From now on Miss Margaret Wilson will live at the White House. Miss ,lesle Wilson expects to continue her Y. W. C. A. work, but will live in Wash ington, and Miss llleanor will continue her studies there. To-morrow night In Washington there will be another re- , good-hy Several of the ladle UUm.I Mrs. Wilson and Miss Jessie. In the 1 afternoon Mis Jessie and Miss Kleanor conducted their Sunday school dusse 1 as usual. ! In the business of pieparlng to leave I the President-elect found no time to ills. cuss political matter to-day. II bin 110 comment to make 011 the reported change In hi Cabinet appointments, by which William C. itedlteld. a former CongtesMiian from llronklyn. gets the place cilirently reported to have been olfeied to Lours 1). Itrandei. Whether or not the fact that Mr. Hraudels Is an enrolled Itepubllcan ha been respon sible for the supposed change Is ptob lemulical. As reported in Tin: Spn several days ago, this fact was bioyglu to the atten tion of Mr. Wilson by State Democratic Chairman Tliomus P! Klley of Massa chusetts nuil Humphrey I'Sulllvau of Lowell, Mr. Wilson appealed to be very Impatient when they presented I their objections and when they returned to Huston they said they believed Mr . Hraudels would be named. That also I the Impression of those who ate cloe to Mr. U llson i Nevertheless, the naming of Mr. Ited tleld would occasion no very great sur prise. Frequently Mr. Wilson has spoken of him In terms of pralso. The former Congressman has been a student 'of the tariff and Is also familiar with I conditions In the Philippine Islands. BRYAN SAYS LOOK BEHIND WAR. Scores il rrtlnliiK Scheme to I'ro inoie Prepnrn t Ions for Strife. Raixiihi, N, 0.. March 2. When Will iam J. Hryan closed the State peace convention before an audience of fi.OOO hern this evening he did not refer to tho Mexican situation as a prejudice lo tho hope of universal pence, but did enjoin the organization to spend some of Its money lu the dissemination of such literature as would disclose the In terests behind war. The Nebraskan Was discussing the advertising scheme whereby the photo graphs of the great engines of death breed falso patilotlsm and burden na tions with perpetual preparation for wars that will not come. "I desire my country to lead in the abolishment of war," he said, To-night Hrynn, Josephus Daniels, Gov. Craig and the slnff left on a special train for Washington. WEATHER MAN WON'T GUESS. ItriilriulirrliiK I POP, filler Moore llr f lines in lllsk I'lirroitM. WvsntMiToN. March '.'.--Willis 1. Moore, chief of the United Suites Weather l!ui eau, has "cold feet " Four .wars ago, when his forecasters predicted "clearing, slightly colder weather" for the Inauguration of-President Taft, a blizzard followed. This vear Chief Moore refuses to take chances. The bureau will make a formal report, forecasting the weather of Tuesday, at Its regular time to morrow night, but the chief will venture no weather prognostications before then. Tin: Sf.v correspondent culled on Chief Moore to-night. "1 will not make any guesses," he said, looking worried. "We have had n delightful, cheering day. with a strong northwesterly wind clearing the atmos phere It will be colder to-night. nnd by to-morrow morning, Monday, the tern-' perature will drop to the nelghliorhood of 20 above zero. It Is natural to ex pect nt this season ot tho year that the temperature will show a rising ten dency, and Inauguration day is likely to Ik? warmer than Monday, but yet quite cool." "And clear?" the chief was asked. "I refuse positively to commit myself. The Weather llurcau has never pre tended to forecast with entire and un failing accuracy. A review of the rec ords of the bureau for many yeurw back will disclose the fact that We are right nine time. to one miscalculation, but 1 urn not going to take any chances with March weather now. "One thing of which I nm convinced Is thnt the chances for a warm inau guration day are dim. The skies are n matter for the future to disclose." NEW YORK JOB FOR HOLES. TnW Secretary Will nrr of Kdmnnd Brconr Fart- rtwiKht. Washington, March 2. Charles I). Hilles, secretary to President Taft, will liecome a partner of Edmond Dwight of New York, resident manager for the State of New York pf the Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation. The partnership will be formed March 27, after which date the business agency will lw conducted under the name of Dwight A Hilles, resident managers. For some time Mr. Hilles's friends have evinced considerable curiosity as to what he would do after March 4. It was known that he had received attractive offers. Two years ago, when Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Hilles contemplated ahswiating himself with Mr Dwight Their business and ersonal relations art of long standing Secretary Hilles will accompany Mr. Taft and his party to Augusta, (in , on Tuesday He extM'cts to remain there until a few days before lie assumes his business duties in New York SENATE GIVES CULL0M A JOB. ..lea llllll OOO a coin VleniiirlHl Vear Till Ik llullt. I. In. Washington, .March 2 The Senate to-night pas.., (jy unanimous vote a resolution Introduced by Senator Hoot, making Senator Shelby M. Cullom of 1 Illinois le.sldenl commissioner III Wash- Inglon during the construction of the .I2.imiu.0Uii Lincoln memorial in Potomac Park at a salary of $3,(1011 a year. There I no doubt that the House will concur. Senator Cullom retires on Tuesday af ter nearly thirty yeats of service In the Senate He Is M jears old. and after an almost cuntl , ,.. ,., ..Mendlnif over m,,i-. ill sixty years. Is without any considerable means. C0RNETIST DIES ON PARADE. I I l'ln er Drop Head I'nilets Murl fur Washington. Ho.ston. March 2 - While playing a cornet with the Salem Cadet Hand, of which he had been a member for thirty years. Augustus 1). Coule, 03 years old, dropped dead on Congress street this afternoon. The band was with the Second Corp of Salem Cadets, which wa on Its way to the South Station to take a train tii Washington. 1 WILSON S UNCLE ON WAY. .1. u . Woiiilriiw Takes l.'iiiiilly lenil liniiiuiiritlliiii. to l- NoitFOLK. Vu., March 2.-.!. W. Wood row of Chllllcothe, Ohio, uncle of President-elect Wilson, passed through Nor folk to-duy on his way to Washington to witness the Inauguration of his nephew. Mr. Woodrovv. who Is accompanied by Ills wife and several children, spent the day at Virginia 1 tench and left f r Washington to-night. "I Just wanted to tell Woodrovv that I got some of the soil of his native Stnto on my feet before I came to Washing ton," said Mr. Woodrovv. MINSTRELS FOR THE INSANE. Monlelnlr V. SI. C. A. Will Trr Slum nt tlir llimpltnl. Montclaiii, N. J March 2,-Twoscore members of the Montolalr Y. M. C. A, who will give a minstrel performance here this week will try out on tho In nuites of the Overbrook Hospital for the Insane next TucBduy evening. The performance, at the asylum will constitute a dress rehearsal of the min strels. While the verdict of those pa tients who will bo permitted to witness the entertainment may not be accepted ns a final criterion, the amateur actors will be Influenced by It. (ialc Sweeps Gnyly Decorat ed Streets, Where Throngs Make Merry. IIOTKLS OVKKTAXKD Train Every Five Minutes Keeps Police Busy All Day Long. Pit ICES NOT VET I P Room But Kent Still Restaurant Shrink. Normal, Portions WII.SO.N AND TAFT IWCK I I' Governor Has Last Family Din ner nt Home: President (Jets Heady to Move. While trains nt the rale of one every live minutes poured thousand of visitors into thv t'nlon 'IVrinlnul In Washington yesterday, the ofllclal of the Pennsylvania nud Italtiniore mid QI1I0 'railroads strove to bundle the crowds that tire leaving nud passing through New York to nttend the In iiiigurutlou of President-elect Woodrovv Wilson to-morrow. The .inn stic brilliantly In Wash ington, but Clil'cT Moore of the Went her Iturenu. remembering the blizzard of four years ago, refused to venture a Bitess nt weather conditions to-morrow. President-elect Wilson will arrive In Washington nt 5 P. M. to-tlay on 11 spe cial train from Princeton with an es cort of 0O university stndents. He went to church for the last time in Princeton yesterday. President Taft said farewell from the pulpit of All Soul' Church to thu t'nltnrians with whom he ha wnr slilpiKvl for four jetir. Suffragist held a tire rehearsal of the tableaux which they will prevent in Washington. It wa 11 pronounced ue ces. At a meeting !?:i,immi was rnl-ett within half nil 1. to meet a shortage In the pageant t enes. Pollutions were nimle In honor of WIKon, Taft, Hoovelt 11111I P.i'.vnn. CHILL BLAST SWEEPS CAPIIAL. Trains llirrr I'lvc Minutes Mi ell InaiiKuriitlon Tlirmiu. Washington", .March 2 - A thirty knot northwesterly gale blew the me grims out of Washington at sunrise ot Inauguration Sunday. All day long the chilling blast swept the city The sun shone with the brilliancy of mid winter and there wa a sharp tang in the atmosphere. Washington nominally has :i r.o ono in habitants. To-night It has passed the too.ooo mark and at the big I'n'on Ter minal there rnlis In every live minutes a crowded train to swell the population ot the national capital. Hy to-morrow night Washington will have doubled In population and careful estimate Indi cate t lut t for the occasion of the In auguration of Woiulrow Wilson the city will entertain a lecord crowd, The, centra of life and activity lias been the big terminal. So great has been the crush that the railway station, designed live years ago to meet the tiansportation needs of the city for the next half century, has been taxed lo the limit of its capacity. Police llnve HlllliU Full, The iVgttlar station force of police men undj the city patrolmen delegated to slntli. illitv have been litpreiiseiC fourfold and It Is all they can do tn handle the, throbbing tide. From North, South, Kast and West, but mostly from the South and West, thu visitors have crowded In. High school cadets, decorated with bright red ribbons beating the Inscrip tion "Public Comfort." slund in groups nt the station entrances, Their duly is to guide visitors to the rooms engaged fur them by the Inaugural committee. Hotel runners, never conspicuous la Washington, hnve been eliminated, for the hotels nre turning away custom. The Inaugural visitor who has nol been sufficiently foreslghted to engage hotel accommodations unit take advantage of tho rooming house plan or go un lodged. Tho loud walls of protest tittered by Ilrpreientatlve Hen Johnson of Ken tucky, chairman of the Committee ot the District of Columbia in the House, on which he predicated u Congress resolution forblddlnu ovcrchuru. by