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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913.
4-f President Wilson In hi refusal to ne tppt Mtlortu. or any of hi works. It confirmed the Intimation of yestcrduy that the President Ih thinking not only of lUklcu liut of all 1-utln America In hi Mexican policy aiul that ho Ih de termined to establish the prlruipli! of non-recognition of Governments tmrn of violence nnd bloodshed us a warning to other turbulent countries. After his speech, devoted chiefly to a discussion of the Ideals of William 1'enn nnd their relullon to the present day life of the nation. President Wilson tiMik u walk on the (Minima In the twi light with President Swain of the col lege. He then lioartlcd the train for Philadelphia. GERMANY UPHOLDS BRITAIN. Ilcteriultif d to I'rotecl It Interval lu Mexico. Special Cable lrntM to Tun Sex lltitUN, Oct. 25. That (lermany is Retting near the tni of her D.i tlencu regarding conditions In Mexico can be read plainly between tho lines in a statement given to the corn. hpondent of The Sun by a high olllclal of tho Government. H says. "We have taken a waiting attitude In tho Mexican Question. Wo have the desire to see at the head of the Mexican Government an energetic person who can restore peace and order. We make, no suggestion or proposal as to who uhould be President. We have no in tention to Intervene or to Interfere politically In Mexico, but wo keep In vlow the necessity of protecting our economic, and Industrial Interest, tho lives, properties and Interests of our subjects In Mexico. Circumstances In dicate that we take the same attitude as other European Powers which have interests In Mexico. We have, however. no understanding with these Powers nor Mexico Insist that anything Is possible have we agreed with them upon con-i because of the farcical character of nil eerto,! netlon. Iwcnuso we would like to elections In that country. Advices to the uvM mnklnir the situation more acute. I State Department Indicate m..l, u.,uiM . ihn reunlt of rnllectlv I millions Of Kuropean pressure In Mexico or In the united States to do so. He could then assert, with a' least the out", nil appearance of all truth fulness, that In fullllleil his pledge nut to . I,n a ,. ..ll.l,.tu l.r..i.. (I., ni.tiv thnt lm guvii all h chalice In otc, that he favored no candidate, that lie rellmpilshed his office tn Congress, the representative of th" people, nnd that obeying their will he became constitutional I'nsldctit of Mex ico. Acceptance of such a result by all the (Internments Interested lu Mexico exce.pt that of the i'nlted States would be likely. Theip would leally be no way of gutting around It for the other Uut eminent whlcti have nut, like the United States, constl tuteil themselves the arbiters of Huerta's act. outwiitdly Huerta's position ttnuld offer no weakness through which It rniuht be nsalled ami it would be dllllcult for lluiopean Governments to follow tho policy of the I'nlted States In non-tecng-nltlon, A refusal to accept such an outcome neressarlly would Involve the assumption that the .Mexican Congress llself .was In competent to exercise Its constitutional prerogatives nnd ngalnst such an assump tion every show of legality could be brought to bear. The illrferences between th" I'nlted States arid the Government of lluiope would then 1 mphaslr.ed to an even greater extent than at present. Confirmed by OltleUI .Vote. Olllclal advices to the State Depart ment bear out the prediction on which the above programme Is based, that thcra will be no one chosen President of Mex ico at to-morrow's elections. It Is asserted by many representatives of the United States in Mexico that unless lien Kellx Ding In declared cbvtcd no one will h ehoen The posslblllt) of I Halt's election Is based on the theory that It l not un likely thit ttuetta and IHaz hate a secret understanding for whlih Huerta's ap parent enmity to Plaz Is but a clonk, lluerta could athlete the appearance of perfect fairness and Impartiality In tho (lections If the man whom he has seem ingly favored least were proclaimed Pres ident of Mexico by pnpul.tr vote. This, boweter. Is merely one of the many guesses which were being Indulged In hern to-night as to the outcome of the elections. Persons familiar with elections In 50,000 HAYE FALLEN 1M MEXICAN WARFARE n.irlitintf Has lleen Ceaseless Since Madero llejfan His Hebellion. DEATH TOTALS NY STATES Nine Kebollions Are Now flo inir On, Witii No Vrns peet of Peace. the present circumstances for them to land marines In Mexico because thnt might lead to unfortunate complications. "I have no authority to speak for any one but myself, brtt I think, if the subjects or cltlrens of any nation need protection in Mexico on account of which under or dinary circumstances marines would bo Intrded It would bn far better to call on the Undid States for whatever protection Is required, so that whatever may be ah tolutely meessary may bo intended to by American marines. "I say this because every one must rccognlfc that In the present delicate situation It Is extremely Important to avoid anything that would tnnl to pro duce the slightest coiitllct or friction be tween the United States and any one pf these foreign lountrlis." membered thnt tho economic Interests of Uurope In Mexico taken enlh ctlvcly ex ceed thosd of the United Slates. HUERTA FORCES PROMISED AID. that while ballots have been spread broadcast over the country there pre tails the -great, st apathy among the people. This nlways has been the case, because the people understand that their participation In the voting Is not ex pected or desired by the men In con trol. It Is believed that the voting will be conllned chiefly to the soldiers, the office holders nnd the hangers on The vot ing will lie supervised by persons chosen for that purpose, by men controlled by the Huerta group In Mexico. The count ing will be done In the presence only of adherents of the Federal Govern ment, and In that operation the result will be determined as Is desired by the group nt Mexico city, which will control these local olllcers. Desnatches In most of the German newspapers clearly convev the imnrcs- ' slon that Germany Is stronglv onnosed ! to America's pollcv In Mexico nnd leans strongly toward Kngland on th side of lluerta as the only man cntmblo of restoring pence and order The ltrutsvhv Taueizrituiia. publish ing a despatch saying that Secretary Hryan Is preparing notes to the Powers telling them to keep Lands off lu Mexico, tries this headline- "Hrvun Pulls on His Cavalry Hoots." Then, comment ing on the despatch. It savs: "Well roared the Hon. but everybody knows It's only a theatrical roar." Count von Heventlnw. a noted writer on military nnd political questions, said to the correspondent of Tun St's that there Is no doubt that the German press is on the side of Kngland. "It seems," he said, "that President Wilson regards the Mexican situation wholly or largely from the moral stand point. Germany regards that as a political error. As to the ntoral stand point in Mexico licmunv is more or less ,i, ernnloveii Indifferent. W mt we want Is tho morrow The nriri at the top restoration of pence nnd order. Presi dent Diaz was not n moralist, but he maintained order, which Is of advantage to foreigners." HUERTA'S AGENTS IN EUROPE. Widespread Attempt to Influence 1'orelKii (loveriiiiients, Special CMr ItetMlch In The His Paws, Oct. if,. President lluerta I sending confidential ngi nt to the Kuro pean Governments with a view to restor ing tlielr confidence In M'Xleo. The en Vos will assure the various Governments that the Interests of their subjects 111 .Mexico win not tie enilangereil. The Paris edition of the Wild) says this morning that this Is a com paratively easy matter. Inasmuch iih Mexico's wealth Is tremendous. In the meantime Mexican National Hank shares have fallen fiom f,Z' francs ceK oh tbe lMrU llouise. It Is learned that the Ihnopean Gov ernments whose nationals date bum in terests In Mexico are i xrhaiiglu,: view on the Mexican situation for the purpose of arranging a common policy, nccotding to Information gained from an authorita tive source to-day. It Is declared that MONTKRRT, Mexico. Oct. It Will be three years In November slnco the late I'rnncl'sco I. Msdern, Jr.. Inaugurated hi revolution In Mexico. Slnre that tlmo there has been hnrdly a day that lighting between the Government forces and rebels has not taken place In some part of the country. Kvcn during the period In which Francisco de la Harm v.ennlf,l the nosttlon of provisional I'resl- . - ... .,i,. in i iint noares nave mi dent warfare went on constant!) In the , ... . , States of Morelos and PuebU. where the ' ' ' m,n Irreprrsslble Kmellnno Zapata anil nis host of nrmid followers refused to recog nize the new Got eminent. There Is little prospict of nny Im provement In the situation In the near future. It Is assured In advance that no nmtt.r who Is ib dared to be the choice of the people at the Presidential election r at rHuIn ook the nit at vT ,h the rebellions that are now In progre-s , "f" '1 ;p1,rlt"ln ,ook ,he ""'" In th.j will continue, nnd It I not altogetner nn probable that new political factions may enter the ileld of warfare. Nine lletiiliitlnn. Vennstlano Cnrranin. lender of tbe Compel All C'ltii (I I iln ten to "Mntunl Consent" Paper. Mexico Citt, Oct. 23, Gen. lluerta. whosu past actions are to be Justified bv a Supreme Court decreu which Is prac tically Completed, prepared to-night for his future by compelling all the candidates for President and Vice-President to promise to help the winner In to-morrow's i elections to aid In pacifying the country. i According to reports the candidate practically were forced to come to the Palace and subscribe to the document although It Is given out that the action was by mutual consent. I President Huerta said this evening when questioned about the nu.xlity ex- i pressed by the followers of Gen, Felix I Dial for the safety of their leader; "1 don't n-e any reason for all this nlarm on the part of the Fellcl.stas. Gen. 1 I Mas! has not been arrested nor w ill he be arrestid. He Is flee to come and go Just us he pleases. The authorities will protect Mm." It I stated here that Foreign Minister Moheno was Informed by n Governirn nt agent In Vera Crur. that Gen. Felix Dl.is appealed to special I.'nvoy .fnhli Llnd for pmteytlotl, The capture of Monterey bv the rrbels Is ofllclittly conllrmed. Gen. Miguel IJulroga Is among the dead, The city was abnormally unlet to-night. Troop cleared the streets In many eee tlons and the entire town is patrolled heavily I'lte thousand soldiers are the city proper and MR. WARREN H. COLSON of Boston Announces his return from his summer's absence in Europe. During the past three months Mr. Cotsoo b louirhl dlllitenlly thrmihoui the r,t, .4 of Huroiie for rare stamps. As the result of till trio Ids Mock diltrTio without . , p. linn the choicest In Amrrlra) now Ixsr tho srtilfd lustre of many fine (srly iln Sydney Views, nd In American Issues, such rtrllles s the !lc. nd the are. lv,j lt, centre '"'"JJ11 ,)leil(m1 10 u lnM nP ntn be In New York during the entlrr ,r f the liiterrisiloiisl I'hllnlellr Klhlhlllon. At llils tildbltlon (held In rhc l.ncli.ieiltu' ery's pudding on 3ilih St.) will he shown Ihn irretet rsrlllrs of the itAtnii wurl l. a.in luit a value In the nirirreirste of poulhly ivno.omcu. Tlckrl Mr this exhibition may tie had by undine lniped adrtrrmed find' i Sir. Culson Mallne the number dclrd. . Mr. Cohan will be pleased to nieel nersomtlly any advanced cnllrrtnrs his old i n and any prospective nnes-anrt may be seeil by appointment by addressing him Ir. li r tt. Instance by letter at the Hotel Manhattan, New x.orK. where alto request for tickers rwuli he addressed, WARREN H. COLSON Postage Stamps for Advanced Collectors 184 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts New VtirW Address Hk-t. at Nov, D Hotel Manhattan. They asserted that the election was to be controlled by armed force and Intimi dation. Iluetta's choice, they said, would not be Ftltx Dl.ir. Gen SerMn was formerly chief of staff to Gen, Moiidrngoii and Is supposed to be In i ., uiirm In., stniPathUtT. Manuel several times that ' Madeio, though not n tinz man, Is bit- number are close at hand In the Federal , terly opposed to Huerta, Daniel and district. 1 Kvarlsto Madero, uncles of the nssussl- The tone of all the newspapers to-d'iy ' nated President, who were arrested sev- was suliilueil, otrieial pressure lieing i eral nays ago, were in inmi" wi.... pliUnly apparent. liven tho attitudo of and were to be sent by bout to Vera Cru t.uropM. which recently n,u tieen ,i pro lific source of comment, scarcely was men- matter What the Huropean Government.! ,1 sire most. It Is declared, Is a Join! pollcv tinned In three of the leading 'journals! to be followed after to-morrow's elections With tho election es than twelve noil's It l. said that Hutope might ijeern It best away and fiequ.ru political arrests being to abld- by the result, for the time being made the uiitlo.ik In Mixleu to-nlglit is at least, notwithstanding the refusal of considered as ominous bv nuitiv A Constitutionalists In northern Mexico, has ( the I'nlted States Gov ernni. nt to iee.g-' sensation was sprung when Ger,. Huerta already declared publicly that ho will nlze a Government celertcj In an eecp.,n j caused the arrest of Gen. Jose Maria, not nbide by the result of the Prcslden- j ncclnred to be lacking freedom and fair-1 Servln on charges of plotting election tlal elections. There are eight oth-r i nCss. (riots, nnd when It became known that revolutions now going on and the leaders i The sentiment In diplomatic circles here Manuel Madero, a cousin of the Lite Pres. of these various movements for control oi s thnt Uuiope and the United States jldent Madero, was arrested about the the Government hnve no Intention, It should have a common policy In Mexico same time to-day In Saltlllo on similar Is said, of participating in the election or Tht, ttltude of Europe, It Is polnttd out, I charges, the adherents of Felix Dial of reoognlxlng the. result or It a in an ,,,., uu aurmlsed easily when It Is re-1 broke Into open criticism. to be coiitlried In San .ruan ne Liua nrls.m until tried. They too are charged t.v Itnertii with election Plotting. Servln aiid Manuel Miulero will be sent to the I Vera I ruz prison WHY IS MARS LIKE MEXICO f ." Per rent. Ilnvr No V. Limited only by names appearing on the olllclal ballots the counter may find a majority for absolutely any one they iplinse. and this will be done according to I trie oireeuons ioe le.ri.e w-av coneluslte. The widespread rebellion thnt now exists In Mexico has not only caused the Ins of many millions of dollars by the destruction of property but It hm piled up a casualty list that Is appalling. More than ."n.iinn men have been killed during the last three years In the count less bnttb-s nnd skirmishes. The greatest of alt the f ngngements, when measured by the loss of life, was that at Torreon a few months ago. In which more than 2.00" were killed. Th fighting has covered such a long period and many of the battles hnvc been In section so remote from ordinary fseilltbs of com munication that the general public hat not realized or been advls. il of the enor mous loss of life. The following estimate of casualties by States Is the result of a compilation from I of official and other statistics which arn It Has HeToliitloit I'.very i!4 Hoar anil .'IT Minutes. fpfnal Ciiblt li'iiHilrh la Tim Scs. Paris, Oct. 'io, Tho International time commission. Including United States Naval Attache Hough and other American liuvnl olllo rs, met at II 10 tint- ni d:j .it the top of the Klffel Tower to wit,r,j the transmission by tvlrebss nt U,o turn to Arlington, Va. One of the members of the . ,n recalled that when Gen, Pnrl'nu. I i . di posed President ol Mexlin, t -o. ' i observatory the nstiononii r i . t r ,i the various celestial plierionn , , . f i . night unil remarked that the plimei Mm has a revolution evciy it hours nnd 37 minutes, whereupon Gen. Ida? - , n 4 melancholy tone. "Just like Mixeo" t o! li Jem Tear Mnasnere. KIK.rc, Oct. - Whnteter tl.e the trial of Mendel Itellls. a tin' "ritual murder" of the i'hr - Yusihlnsky, It Is believed b" i. ti i i . steles of Jews will follow A t i rations for pogroms are repor' d fro., many places In Itussla, and tin t . '., . of the "Hlnck Hundred" hen- are ie,t n Ing their campaign of vllllflcatirii of th Jews. Several persons were arresfd (e ,y Kleff and Its suburbs on it eharg nf in citing riots ngalnst the Jews, 1evleo ritv. Klcbtt -live Per cent of ueueveu to ne reiianie ann u unyimng .,.. .,.,.,1.1., in Mexlio are Indians and under rather than above the actual nurn- DIAZ STILL IN VERA CRUZ. i lint He Dreldea tn fio on Ilnrrtn'a t Train to I he Capital. Special, t'nhlt fhepa1ch to Tub M n. Vkiu Cnfz. Oct. 2.1. A spclal train Is waiting at the stntlon here to take Gen. Felix Dinx to Mexico city. Ho has decided to go to the capital with hi wife at 7 :30 to-nuurow morning. Gen. Vldaurramiga, secretary to Minis ter of War Hlannuet, in rived here to-day on the specls! train from Mexico city bearing a "request" from pro visional Pr.sldent Huerta for Gen Diaz to proceed to the capital. lluerta' letter th Ofnx called upon the General to come to the crtpitnl "for his own prestige as wull iih for thut of the Government." Tho letter was written In the most friendly term. Diaz was much perturbed by the nr teat of fieri. Jose Marin Servln and Man uel Madero on political charges. He said that It made him afraid that to-morrow's election might be characterized by armed force, violence and general disturbances. He would not comment on what he ex pect Gen. Huerta to do In the election, hut his adherents here openly charge thnt the election will be a farce. One result will be, they said, that lluerta will declare no candidate elected and he will hold on to the provisional Presidency until another election, called by himself. Congressman Prlda, one of the political prisoners taken from the liner Morro Cattle, escaped to-day. He Is In hiding with friends and Is supposed to be wait ing for an opportunity to escape to Ha- HUERTA'S 'ELECTION' ASSURED Waahlnicton Hear He'll lie (iimra for President by Coiicrrsa. WAtHtKiiTu.se, Oct. IB. With further action by this Administration deferred un til the results of th" Mexican elections are made known, the situation now Is depend ing upon the turn which President Huerta rnay choose to give to the voting to take, place to-morrow. In olllclal uuarters the belief Ih growing that Huerta will find some way of turn Ing the elections to his advantage and at the ame time pay due respect to all the forms and constitutional provisions. The i views between the Pow ers such as was re- have no vote Ten per cnt only or the remaining toting population took p.trt In the election of Madero, and Mndero wa elected bv Just such methods ns will by lluerta s directions to- morrow The nvjn at me iuji m me system may elect whoever he pionse without hindrance, so long as a few ' legal forms are complied with Thnt s whv. in tin opinion nr .xumin- tstratlon ofllclals. verythlng deiiends on what I Inert who has already proved himself resourceful and clever. has hidden away In the back of hi head. This no one here crvn assumes to know. It Is not expected that the voting to morrow will be accompanied bv nny serious disturbances-. Official here see nothing In the situation which Is nt all provocative of disorder, utiles it be that the opponents of Huerta hud set tn-mor-low- as the day for an attempt to eliminate him from- the situation by violence. There were rumors to-nlglit that a plot exists for tbe removal of Huerta's chief helper, Gen. Hlannuet, and others of his gioup, but those are wholly unconfirmed How quietly the administration expects the. elections to pass off Is Indicated by th" fact that to-night Major-Gen Wood, chief of staff of the army, Is about the highest olllclal of the Government In Washington. The President and many of hl Cabinet are In Philadelphia and will leave there for Mobile, Other olllclals are nt Hampton Itoads, Mr Hryan Is to-night stumping the eastern shoie towns of Maryland, but Is expected back some time to-morrow to take charge of any developments in th. Mexican situa tion between that time and the I'r esldent's return Warning t I'ihit Postponed. it became known to-day that the I'rest dent U being advised by miiih of his coun sellors not to promulgate a harsh note to the Powers regarding policies In Mexico. In nny event It has been determined that nothing will be done about a note until some result has been hud from the elec tions. Those adtlslng that no note at all be sent insist that It will be much wiser to wait at least until It is known what new turn the situation Is to take as a nsult of the toting to-morrow. They have represented to the President that there I nothing yet In the attitude of the European Governments which nenl cause the I'nlted States any real alarm or undue, haste. Thu turning point, If there Is one, will come, It I ihclared, when the F.iiropeaii GoternmentH are confronted with the necessity of deciding whether they will accept the results of the elections. Tae position of the Unltnl States Is known In advance and It is likewise a fact that this Ooteinm. nt Is extremely desirous that the Kuropean Governments Join us In refusing to recognize any Government which Huerta may set up following the elictlons. Should the elections be de clared void both the United States and the Governments of IJurope will be con fronted with an entirely different set of facts. It Is for this reason that delay Is being urged. At the State IH'piirtrncnt this afternoon It w.us said that the I'nlted States Is wholly uninformed as to any exchange of ber war killed during the three years of l.oasra b State. Chihuahua. T,2."0i Sonora, 3, 1 TO Slna loa, l,s00; Durango, 4.100, Coahulla. S.'olO . Ntli vo I n. TOO Tamaullpas. ', Morelos, iS.iKift, Vera Cruz, t.sOrt; Pueb l.i, l.i'OO Guerrero, 2, ton, Oaxaia. 1 inn Tabasru. li0; Campeche, ID. Yucatan, .100 . Hidalgo. 10, Zacatecas. 1.100; Co lima. J.iIIto, 3.".n Tlaxcala, 12."., Guanajuato, 10, San Luis Pntosl. ar.O . Aguns Cnllent. s 4.",. Mloho.icm. 3.'. : Mex. ico, 3,200 ; Chiapas, I : Territory . Teplc, 3,0 Total. 52, i!. The killing of these ;n,000 and mora men Is not the worst feature of this seemingly Interminable Internal strife. It hns made homeless thousands of p"n people: It hns brought to the verge of ruin great numbers of families that were formerly well to do It has laid waste hundreds of thousand of acres of rich lands nnd hns forced Into a state of in nctitlty Industrial concerns that were the chief element of the tiHtlon's growth and prosperity during the long period of peace which preceded the turning loose of the dogs nf war byl the lamentd but III ad vised Madero, ITALY IN ACCORD WITH ALLIES. Her Minister tn ct nnd Anatrlan '. Willi Herman In '', fil'rital Cable Iteepatrh to Thk Srv. Home. Oct 2.r. Italy Is In entire ac cord with her allies In the Triple Alliance on the situation In Mexico, It was an nounced to-day when Count Silvio Cam hrlaglo. the Italian Minister to Mexico, was ordered to ptocied at once to his post and to uct In complete agreement with the envoys of Germany and Austria. U. S. FIRST IN MEXICO llncon fact that Hurta thu far has succeeded in keeping from public knowledge what is to be his course with respect to thu elec tions has contributed much to th convic tion here that he has some plun of action ready to further his own Interests, Tho prediction was made tu-nlght hy many officials that the final outcome of to-morrow's elections will be the choice of lluerta as coiiMltutlonal President. That ml&ht come, about In this way: There will be selected to-morrow a new Congress. It will l. the duty of that body to canvass the returns u the voting for a President. Const if will then do llar thut the election waa mill and told In cause not a sulllclent mjmhci of dis tricts sent In returns or for .my one of a series of equ,vll plausible reasons, Huerta will then present his resignation as provisional President, while Congi.ss proceed to the selection of a constitu tional President for a full term, lluerta will be the Choice of Congress. He III then appear before the world nut as a dlvUtui nor as a piovlsloniil Piesldent bill as u full Hedged corislltiitlon.il I'rtsl dint receiving his ..election fiom the Cm rriss acting Just as the I'nlted .Stales Congress would act In the failure of thn people to select a Preslilent pot tfd this afternoon from Paris for the pur pose of agreeing on some course In Mexico to which the United Statts might subscribe, That such action I being taken, boweter, In considered likely and It Is assumed that It l enrs upon the very situation winch will (onfront these Governinints after the eler tlons hate been held. The illfferenco In the netlon of the United States and Kuro ln.in nations toward the action of tho Huerta Government has been more or les fi)rgnvrs put together. In addition wa ! Her Interest Are (.renter Tlierr Than fltbrr. Washington, Oct. 25. Senator llncon of Georgia, chairman of the Senate For eign Relations Committee gave out a stntement to-day which was regnrded here as slgnillcant. The Senator travelled with President Wilson to Philadelphia nnd It was on thnt trip that he made the stntement. While the Senator professed, to be expressing only his personal views It Is' believed thut they accord with those of the President. Here Is Ills statement: "The Interests of the I'nlted States In Mexico and Mexican affairs aro Infinitely greater than the Interests of the other great Powers of the earth. "The Kuropean nations are principally concerned In the protection of material In terests, whir eer their subjects or citi zens In Mexico have Investments or in dustrial err iprlses, mid they naturally desire to see them protected. With them It I not a vital matter who extends that protection. "In other words they am ho far re moved from the Influences of the particu lar kind of government, which may have authority In Mexico that that feature Is not a matter of great vital concern to them. All they wish Is protection for their prop erty, subjects and citizen. "With us It Is a vastly greater and more Important Interest. Our citizens Mute, In the tiist place, more In the way of material Interests than all the other unintentional up to this time, but if them Is any divergence In policy after to-morrow's elections It will necessarily be dn. liberate, In (us much as Washington ul ruidy has Informed lliirnpcuu Govern ments of Its attitude. I i spa'cheh fiom Kuio.u lu the hut twenty-lour hours Indicate that there Is a have the gieat interests which a neighbor nation must have In the peace nnd good ildel of Mexico. "These me Immediate Interests which concern tho Mexican situation alone, but we hate also the further Interest In tho promotion and maintenance of govern. merits of law In all countries on this hem- chance now- of Great Hillaln and other Isphrre, particularly those of iMtln-Arner- iMiioiiH iih lining in wnnnoni lecogiution tea In pioxlmity to us. Hither than deliberately iidodtlng a policy , that might be disagreeable, to the United States, At any into the developments of tho lust two weeks, Including Sit Lionel Car di ns lepoitnl cillleisnis, hate created a situation In which ilieat llrititln and other i.'uiope.in countrlis are not likely in act ii i cipraleiy towaid thu Goteut- nil lit III be el-,.!ilil In !.., In,, .n. ...... land Would He linpreanalile. ' Tuat Huertu's position In such a Urn Srtja Julian Would Nlilr With I". !4, ef events would be well nl',ii imnteg. ; ,., , ,. .. nahl to far as attack on constitutional1 ,""r,,H, 1 "!"' IV""' Al",l,'"l Mioun r alleged Illegality Is c, ie ' J ' "Ti"'"', '" ,'. "' '"" ',V'llv'"1 ""; ."ru;: " f r ssr ri' I if'r 1 -'triir w unt cannot carrj It out If li choo.cn f jH1,ull would tide with the United HUlot. It Is of thu utmost Importance that whatever Is done In Mexico should have a good intlueiice on all these other conn, tries on this hemisphere In discouraging revolution and disorder and encouraging ( lot 1 1 nun nts of law and order In other words we should not by recognizing a liovvinmi'iit III Mexico founded on revolu tion and violence put a premium on the methods of violence and usurpation of pow er. "The sending of warships by other Governments Is a recognized policy in ciimis of great illsoiibr where the subjects or cltlzins of a country have great In terests needing protect son, I would not dispute the light mult r ordinary condi tions in land nraiiiirs wherever neceisnry for the protection of personal property, but 1 think It would lie Inadvisable under (f "Looking Twnty Yan Ahtad, tht Ttltphone Engineer 5et th Metropolis of th Fmtar and Pnpartt for It Ttltphon Ntdt." Plans The Telephone Engineer Twenty Years in Advance NEW YORK'S TELEPHONE SYSTEM must be ready to meet demands for telephone service before they arise. It must be planned and built so that future growth will not necessitate wasteful duplication of work or unnecessary temporary construction. The Telephone Engineer, with permanent and economical construction for the present, lays the foundation for the service of the future. He plans twenty years in advance. In his vision, based on experience and the most careful estimates that he and his associates can make, he sees in the Greater Telephone City twenty years hence 2,200,000 Telephones, operated through I 1 5 Telephone Exchanges and connected by 5,000,000 Miles of Wire. He estimates that twenty years from now the people of the Metropolis will be sending 9,000,000 Telephone Messages daily. The Telephone Engineer anticipates the growth of the different sections of the city and their social and commercial intercourse a score of years hence. He plans the size and location of the Company's buildings in these sections years in advance so that they will be ready when needed ; the switchboards that will be installed in these buildings ; the pole lines or subways for underground wires that will be .built along routes where growth is predicted by his studies. The work of the Telephone Engineer is but a part of our plan "to serve the public well." It helps to make possible quick and reliable telephone service at all times, no matter how suddenly the demands upon the service may increase. Planning in advance of the actual demand for telephone service and not forcing the public to wait while our traffic problems are being solved, is one of the reasons why New York City has " The Best Telephone System in the World. 99 NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY