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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914.
ENGLISH PESSIMISTIC ON UPTON'S CHANCES GUADALAJARA IN FIRST PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE FIGHTING AT THE TAKING OF ZACATECAS REBELS' HANDS YneMing Men Don't Think fiipinil of Jalisco Captured by Gen. Obivgon's Army. Shamrock TV. Looks Llko Cup Lifter. NICHOLSON IS DOWNCAST lirKUTA FOHCE HOUTED Villa Sends Angeles and His Artillery Hack to fliilmahna. IF.ADKKS STILL QlWlillKl Trouble Hot worn Kx-HamUt and Cnrrnnzn Has Not Horn Z Paso. Tf x . July 9. Guadalajara, np'ta' "f the State of Jalisco and second P"v n ..in nml Importance In the Mexl--an rt ithllp. fell to-day Into the hands . ihf rehel army of Vcnlistlnno Carrania. TS command f Gen. Alvnro Obregon rvtr v-'ftvlnus over the Iluerta army de-f.-n.l'-iir the iilnee. , The news of the rebel victory was tel craph'rt ( Carranza agent here from n' Aruont border, whither telesrntns bren received from the Mexican west efttl. Mter the battle Gen Obregon sent the Wowing message to Grn. Carranza : Th column sent out ly the rcderals m met us was disastrously destroyed. On P'nneo was sent to cut oft all com munication with Mexico rlty. The losses of the P'dernls I nm unable to compute .ii yet. "Tlv battle covered a distance of err 110 kilometers nnd the dead nre scat ifrtrt alt over this teirltory. 'T"sn who escaped are In flight or difyersl entirely. l-'or three days we fmicht with over twelve thousand of the .rernv Have practically captured all Artlllerv and ammunition he'd by the enemy and ",,00n prli-oncrs. Othcis com . ,e in all the time and surrendering. Vcv few of our men are wounded or l-'Vrt NVi ofllccrs K-ithUidasni tolgiis In the eltv. Gi:n A. OmtUiu.v, Ohr'BOr has been In the vicinity ef Guadalajara for several day and on lust Sunday reported a victory over a htnd of IVdcral.t near the city, uhregnn l a f-onorn commander nnd was called awxv from tho attach upon Mazallan to make the attack upon Guadalajara. Ills -on at Guadalajara plan s him In n pn'tlon to march upon Mexico city, al t loujh his nrmv Ik not considered of suf tl-lrnt strength to Like the Mexican dp fa! fiom Iluerta and his forces. While obneon Is holding Guadalajara troops of Gen. Pablo Gonr.aIc are ' i at .San I.ul I'otosl and may take t'ist pl.ire m time to cooperate with I'-eron !n the march to Mexico city Juarez ti-dny had unconfirmed rumors if brlk tlalitinc to the east of Kan I.uls 1 o osi The report stated th.it the Fed 'Hi! made a sortl- from the rlty late on W- '1 (..la F BiA7f E v am mm HL'SAn rVHTSttBBBBBBBMAI ' " I lBT jtBBT l lBBBBBBWiiBBBBr IAbbmBbbbbbbbbM jBk.. i1 ... -, Belief FA-prcssed That Sham rock TIL Was Held Hack In the Trials. Indictment before the world so that upon a full ItivcstlBiitlon the open charges made aualnst jour .iKents nia he established or their conduct vindicated." EXPECT NO CARRANZA ENVOYS WnslilnRtim Hellenes Mcillntors In vito t inn Will lie Declined. Washington, duly ! - -Further lull matlons contained In reports reacliltiR the State Department to-day from Mexican quarters utreiuthen the RrowlnB belief that Carranza will not accept the media tors' Invitation to send delegates to meet the ltuerta. delegates In a discussion of Mexican problems. .Secretary Hryan stated, however, that untlilm: sulllclenlly dollnlte or olllclal In character had been received to permit hhn to make any state ment on the subject or ludlcato any ex pectation an to Carranza's answer to the rvenltiir and under cover of I mediators. .Minister -aon 01 Argentina went iu New York to-d.iy. Ills colle.isue.i of the mediation conference. Ambassador Pa (lama of Hrazll and Minister Huarcs of Chile, are already In New York. It Is conceded, however, that there is nnthlnK the mediators can do In the situation ui this Juncture beyond ursine Carranza's friends nnd olllclal representative to uso their utmost Inlluencn with the revolu tionists to come Into the proposed conference. (UrV. f" manaKcJ to t a considerable - mm out of the town. The ortlc. w,, e, wis not made In force and the p. rf i't were forced back. V' Constitutionalist headquarters It was Mattd to-day that Hen, .lesus Car 'jnTi. with 1S.000 men, would probably .'ta.-k San I.uls Poto'l within forty- Ir'it hours. Information received here ind'oates that most of the Federal troops i s,m I.uls I'otosl have been withdrawn, anil Carranza Is expected to encounter ittle difficulty In taking the jlty Constitutionalists here, while elated at 'hf Guadalajara victory and the outlook J '! Carranza army, are still puzzled mrr the nttltud of I'ancho Villa nnd do net attempt to explain It nor do they ex. trM ennildence that he Is completely 'eonrllcd to Carranza and Is ready to ko frw.i!il wllh the war na n subordlnato tn Cirranzs, .Ancpjes Itetnrns With Artlllory. f!n F-llpe Anuele.s,. Villa's chief of . rt!llrj. whom Carranza Is said to be anx "us to eliminate from tho situation, left Trrron on Wednesday for Chihuahua with ie major part of his artillery. Ills trains were closely followed by fien. Srvin with a heavy Infantry detachment f the villa army. .Servln will take his nen io J'tnlnez, The nrtlllery movement ' one ef be largest that has taken place 'n months, guns of nil descriptions beliiK '"e'ude'l In the shipment. It was stated tn-dav that the nuns were simply being h-ouicM to Chihuahua for repairs, large rrar'i ne shops being located at that city. Th'.s ta ement Is from Villa sources, firranra men say they cannot account fr VOl i's action, CaTanza agents here wero further sur-r-'ed tn.ilay to lenrn that contrary to "norts from the Torreon conference Villa rot nnh does not propose to have his varlo'i Issues of money retired by 'he n tltutlon of Carranza money for nil the "ort i nut that he has even gnno so rar a ii make tentative plans for n new u Fir the last few days nn agent f a San Antonio lithographing house. sa ne house that printed much of tho "inner villa issues, has been In tho city an! hi been neuotlntlng fur what Is said i" large new Issue of Villa money, Veil Rebel Split IVnrril, n 1 1 tirelv new light Is thrown on one ' the most Important of -he decisions i i" pub i at the Torreon conference by ' one It was generally understood "e return by wiin of all the new i 'aiu.1 riirrtney that he hail seized was n 'h express purpose of putting hat m ' i .tmihitlon and retiring nil other 'f Villa is to set up his own lepublli! ' - v .11 of course be but one Issue, that . "re .,f i lie, evidences that the breach be P; a till Carranza Is not heated Is ' i'ttei- made public by It. V. l'effiielra. J ; - i.u lepresentatlve or Carranza In tile 1 I'd States. I" Ii . letter lYsipieiin congratulates la r, no supposed "peace terms" nt J " eon. i.r.ith.-n hhn fur refusing to listen ''.'." rouble makers." siiKRCNts that both ' and Carranza are surrounded by "i ii men whom they should be rid of "d then icfers to the charges In Amer- "i nspers of grafting nmong the rebels, "''iring that "the American ptess Is full "f "indabiis stories," he stales In behilf y r'inanz.i that there have been no deal- '; eh'c li have not been open and nbove '"' I lirlnff-ti Ciirrili.n .iti.l n p.-, f "ts a d nnv railroad or oil companies ' n.iKtiatcs In the Culled Hlllles. The !' - 'loses with the following significant 'i hen to Villa : 's ne are all woiking for a unity of urrne we ought also to use our common p?'es In n unity of nellnii. nnd as the ""'el .-. ot n of e.-rlaln lii'llvlduals luonil " 'onreetui with the Cunstltiitlonnllst .lie firquenths referred to as In J "r ei; the (levaled, pntrlotlc and ' ' I'l.nv,, f nnt ,,,,. mint that I IIIIIliaiMll.'l Ml CIlll'I Ol IIIC ill ( ' the north will assist In the In- - 'rn tif Ih.n. iiiallpi. i. I.lr.1, li.iff. MEDIATION PLEASES MEXICANS. Itemilt of t'nnfrrriii'r Cnlleil Rrriit Illplomiitlr lclorj. Slimat Cable linpatcli to Tnr. Scv Mexico Citt, July 0. There was no meeting of the Congress to-day. Public opinion Is extremely favorable to th statement made by Kstcvn Itulz, acting Minister of Torelgn Affairs, yesterday, re garding the mtdlatlon conference, which Is considered hero a magnificent diplo matic victory for Mexico. Oen. Garcia Penn, commander of the Vera Cruz division, was retired to-day at his own request. He Is considered a good candidate for provisional Presldtnt. Repairs on tho Vera Cruz railroad lln? are being rushed. Urltlsh refugees arriving here show great resentment against the order issued by Hlr Lionel Carden to leave here. Minister de, In Lama has postponed his departure and will leave to-morrow. (Jen. Kubto Navarretc arried here to day with two trains full of troops. QUARITCH WINS IN HIGH BID FOR BOOK Obtains "History of Kins Loir" From (.. I). Smith at $12,950. Hl'XOHD IS QUADRUPLED SAY HUERTA WONT RESIGN. Mexico rlty HefoKres Ilcelnrc Dlrta lor Una Withdrawn HTer, Special Cable Drtpatrh In Tub Sis. Vera Cr.t;z. July 9. Persons arriving here from Mexico city say that Oen. lluertn at time gives way to a lit of the blues and announces that he will resign. A few drinks of brandy restore hlin to the normal and he scorns th notion. Mis. Huerta and her children havn not left tho capital, despite nil reports to tno contrary. They were seen no later than jesterday and ahowel no signs i prepar ing to leave ZAPATA BRINGS PEACE PLAN. WOULD PROSECUTE LIPTON. Hlofrant Specimens of Ancient Volumes Ilrinsr lliprh Prices at, Sotheby's. Itrotber of lleliel Chief C.xpected nt Kl l'flu, Ki, Paso. Tex., July 9. Gen. Kufemlo Zapatn, brother ot thn Morclos leader. Klillllnuo papain, ih expecieu iu uirnr in UI Paso to-night from l.os Angeles on his way to Monteicy, where ho will confer with Carranra. ...... . Ci.rr.inelsta airents here said to-day that r.millano Zapata had recognized tho plan of Guadalupe when it was first advanced and has lnco remained tlrm In his loyalty. NO MEXICAN INQUIRY. .tip Arthur Mnrkhnm SiiitRests Crim inal Proceedings In Army Senndnl. Jinpon, July 9. Sir Arthur Mnrkhnm, Liberal member of Parliament for the Mansfield division of Nottinghamshire, suggested criminal prosecution of Sir Thomaa l.lpton nnd the directors of Lip ton's Llmlt'd In the nrmy canteen scan dal In a question addressed to tho Attorney-General whlrh appears In to-day's Parliamentary papers. The putting of the question hns betn postponed by arrange ment. Tho question asks whether, in view of lustlee Darling's statement that tho de fendants In the canteen scandal were act Ing In accordance with a system encour aged by tho directors of tho company, the Attorney-General has "laid the papers In the case before the Publlo Prosecutor with a view to criminal proceedings for fraud and bribery against Sir Thomas Llpton nnd his codlrrctors." Klght employees of Llpton's Limited nnd nine army officers havo been con victed In the trials growing out of tho scandal. Kali n Itrsoliitlon Killed nt Instance of Wilson Adlilliilslrntl Washington, July 9. At tho Instance of tho Wilson Administration the House, Committed on Foreign Affairs tu.tlay practically suppressed tho Kahn resolu tion of Inquiry bearing on Mexico. It voted to recommend to tho House that thn resolution bo laid on the table. Tho resolution calls on tho Secretary of State to Infoiin the House whether it Is true as nlleged that nt one acute staga of the Mexican situation, when thero was supposed to be an embargo on the khlnment of arms to that country, as. surnnc.es wero given the Constitutionalists Junta hern that they would ne prmuteu to make such shipments by way of Cuba. t.r me iuibik propct ty and stand as nn Yellowstone Park Pacific Coast Canadian Rockies 1 A XJ-dflr prreonallr-rnmliirlrd tour throutli 'America's wonderland, SI and one-lmlf du In Yellowstone ParW three data on the I'arlflr "at! ! lluhl ride through the niutln Itnrklrs ttltli side trlpi the tireat tlUrler or the lelklrlc Lake UniUe and lrlp thrmiiili (he Canadian .National Park at llanlf. 1 l.ente Saturday, August H. i llnuud'trlp rale from .New York, ruv. rrlng neieiiar.v expenies, 27rt. 1 k 'llckrt Agents for booklet, or adilrrx '!' Ho.nl. IMW.Inn l'u.rngrr Agrnt, I'lftn Avenue, Mew York. GREAT LAKES TOUR SEPTEMBER 1 Pennsylvania R. R. THE SULTAN 0SMAN DRYD0CKED vr Tnrklah DrrndiioilHb t Ilrliitc Overhnllled lit Devonport, 5poVil Cable Deipnteh la Tnr. Scn. Pi.vmoutii. July 9. The Turkish su perdreadnounht Bullnn Oiman of 27,500 tons wns plnceil In dry dock at Dovonport to-dav. This vessel was originally built for Hrazll nnd -was named Itlo do Janeiro, She was purchased by Turkey a nhort tlmn ago. After bollig overhauled she will remain here a week for hor trials. SICILIAN, DISABLED, IN PORT. I.lner, Cnrrylnir S.'.O Pnairngrn, l-'orcril to Put In t Jr"ntovii. (H'kenstown, July 9. The steamship Sicilian of tho Allan Line, having devel oped troublo with her machinery, turned about and put In here to-day. Hhe has 250 pnssenxcrs aboard and all will bo transferred to another Allan liner. The Blclllan left lindon on July 2 nnd called at Havr" on her voyage to Montreal. Hhe left Havre on July 3 and developed trouble when two days out, $12,000,000 TO TEACH CHINESE. Special Cable Teipatch In Tnr. 5lv. Lonpov, July 9. There was lively bid ding between Quarltch and Gcorgo D. Smith of New York, the book dealers, at the continuation of tho sale of th Huth collection at Sotheby's to-day over a first edition of "Tho True Chronicle History of King Ilr and his three daughters, Gonorlll, Ilngau and Cordelia, ns It hath bene dluers and sundry tlm's lately acted." the drama from 'which Shake speare is supposed to have taken tho out line and some of tho Incidents for his own play of "King Lear." The copy, which Is perfect, was printed In 1ondon In IBOS. ijuarltcli Anally got it on his bid of 2.170 (512.330), which la more than quadruplo the record price at Sotheby's for a quarto play and ex ceeds all but tho highest figure paid for a first folio of Shakespeare. Mr. Smith obtained the following at thn prices named: "Cholco Psaltnes put Into Miisilck. for threo voices," by Henry and William Lawes. first edition printed In 1618. 61 (J320) ; "Ayres nnd ilia logues for one, two and threo voces," by the same authors, 63 ($325) ; Krancls I,enton's "Tho Vovng Gallants Whirligig I or Yovths Ilenkes," first edition, U6S ($840) ; Marc IescarliotV "Hlstolre do la N'ovvcllo Franco Contennnt les Nuvlgn- Uons, decouvertes & habitations," 51 (253). Quarltch bought tho following at tho prlctH named: "Lectlonarlum ct Sequcn tine cum Antlphonarlls at Orr.tlonlbus pro. festlB ecclcsla itomanae," an illuminated manuscript on vellum by an Italian scribe of tho sixteenth century, with eight large paintings, with portraits of Pope Leo N. and Cardinal llcmbo on tho olncrne, 600 ($3,000) ; "Tho Discoveries of John Iidcrer In three several marches from Virginia to tho west of Carolina nnd other parts of the continent," printed I72, 114 ($720) ; a rare edition of Lo Kevre's "Lc. Hecuell des hlstolres trolcnncs conlenans Troys Llurcs," dated 1497, 215 (I,075): Christopher Levett'a "A Voyage Into Now Kngland begun In 123 and ended In K.24," printed In 1C28, 720 (J3.60O) . Thomas Llrer's work In Gothic, long line, thirty-two to a full page, beginning: "In Gottcs Nomen Amen! In Dlser Cronlcl: Wurdct Dureh Verdrleszlich Vcrmeldcn Langer Gcschrlfft zu Lcscn," with twenty nn wood engravings. 80 (1100). Tho author of this chronicle Is said to have lived In tho twelfth century. Lelghton bought "Llbro dl Mcrcautlc," Italian work, dated 149. 12." ($625); Llchtenberger's "Prognostlcatlo Lntlna Anno," dated 1492, 100 (J600). Tho total rcauzen io-uay was ii.i.. (I33.G10). OTTO H. KAHN ON IMPERAT0R. Doesn't Think Cenliirj llpern In tnslon of l.ftniloti Is I.IUrly. Sptctal Cable lirtpatch In Tnr, Si I.u.M'o.v, July 9. Otto II. Kahn, wlf tailed on the Impcratnr to-day. e.prc.'se. the hope that Niw Yotk wijuld see th r.ussiin ballet at the Metropolitan Upcra Iloue hoon. Mr. Kahn does not believe that tho dral for the Century Opera Company tb give a season at Cot cut Gard"ii Is likely lo go through. Mr. Kahn declined to dlscu; other tnatteis. i-aylng ho had determined on n policy of Mlcnic. Asked as to Paul Warburg's attitude in regard to the Peileral ieere bank ap pointment Mr. Kahn said that Mr. War burg's actions spo.il, fur themselves. Commodore Klbrldge T. Geriy of New York, who sailed In-day, said he had been having an enjoyable time heic. Speaking of the coming urc for the America's cup and the priMpects the WIED'S HOME IN EUROPE IS BEING PREPARED Goods Arriving at Xciiwied From Durazzo His Abdica tion Seems Likely. Special Call Peipnlch to Thk Sen. London, July 9. English yachttmsn who were nt first Inclined to be optimistic In regard to the chances ot Shamrock IV. as a cup lifter nre not so sanguine now that they have had an opportunity to analyze her trials with Shamrock III. In yachting circles there Is a decided feeling of pessimism, which has been caused to a considerable extent by the belief that the reports In the English papers have been largely Influenced by the natural characteristic of superoptl mlm of Sir Thomas Llpton, with whorrt the wish Is father to the thought. A friend of Capt, Ilurton's, the amateur skipper of Shamrock IV., and Designer Nl'holson. who talked Intimately with them, told the correspondent of The 6uw to-day that neither of these expert seemed to be overconfident of victory. Mr. Nicholson was naturally hopeful of success, but explained that It was the first attempt to build a challenger according to American rules. He added : "Aftr all. the Americans have had great experience In this sort of thing and It Is a question whether or not o have approached them In this kind of designing as yet." The quettlnn has also been raised aa to whether or not the slowness of Sham rock III. as compared with the chal lenger has been purposely exaggerated. The correspondent of Tiik Sun finds a decided Impression In yachting clrclea to this effect. H seemed strnnge to many yachtsmen that Capt. Sycamore was not permitted to race Shamrock III. ngnlust tho challenger. It Is known that there wns considerable feeling on the pnrt of Capt. Sycamore becauso Mr. Uur ton wns selected to sail tho challenger. It was thought, therefore, that Capt. Sycamore would get every Inch out of Shamrock III. In the trials. It wns also known that unless the challenger made a most excellent showing against Sham rock III. It would havo broken Llpton's heart. For this reason thcro Is no over whelming confidence In the value of the trials. Meanwhile public confidence in the challenger seem to havo grown steadily and even many Americans In thn hotels may be heard taylng that they win not be sorry If Sir Thomab nt last hucceeds. Special i able lietpatch In Tnr. Sl v Lonpov, July 9. A licrllu despatch to the Dnllu Telegraph eas a telegram from Ncuwlcd rays tho apartments for- nieily occupied by Prince William of Wled, tho Mprrt of Albania, arc being prepared for occupation. Larce consign meats of goods have arrived from Du razzo, the capital of Albania. It Is only about Ave months since Commodore said: 'the Mpret left NcuwWd lo act aa ruler lead in the papers on this side that ! of Albanln. After making financial nr- the challenger la nn excellent boat. Tnr. riinKcinents in London, Paris nnd other St'N tells me that the defenders nre r.- , capitals he set sail for Durazzo, escorted eellent boats. The race will tell the t ilf." by foreign warships, on March 4. and Mr anil Mi. Kernilt Itoosevelt. who reached the Albanian capital three days sailed on the Imperator. were seen off at tho boat train by Mr. Page, the American Ambassador, and lhc member of the em b.issy. Charles Prohman will sail for New York on the Aqilltanln oil Saturday. Paris. July '.'. Among the passengers on the Impeiator, whirl! sailed to-day. Is Mrs. Howard Gould, formerly Miss Kath rlne Clcmmons. A NEW TREATY WITH ENGLAND, A mlmssnilor Pnue's iiiioiiiiremriit In London Creeled Willi Cheers. Sperial ( ante io;wl-i In Tor Si ( Ui.ninis-. July 9 Mr. Page, tho Ameri can Ambassador. Mioke nil "America Then and Now" nt the celebiatlon of the cefi tcnary of Anglo-American peace nt the .Metropolitan Tabernacle tn-iilglit, Mr, Page evoked cheers by announcing that a new arbitration treaty wim being con cluded between the two countries. Mr. Page spoko of the cordial rela tions now prevailing between the I'nlted States and Great lliltain. Ho Bald It was thu policy of his country to make no alliances with nay other nations, but whrre theie was perfect friendship such alliances were not needed, Tlie Ambassador said tho old arbitra tion treaty between the two countries had been renewed nnd he added that he was freo to announce that a new treaty wan being concluded whereby u commission was to bo established to which either Gn eminent could refer any question that might Mine between them. L'ndcr this convention both Governments promlred not to begin hostilities until the conimls slon had Investigated matters and nibmlt ted Its icport. Mr. Page declaicd that the new treaty wvh now practically completed, I later. It was said nt the time that he had selected Durazzo ns tho capital so that he could be near the coast In case of trouble I, and tho stenm yacht on which ho went to his new homo kept steam up constantly to be ready for emergencies. The country In the Interim had "been In charge of an international commission of control. Prlnco William has been In trouble ever since he ai rived at Durazzo. His Minister of War, Kssad Pasha, who Is thn strongest man In the country, started a revolution, but thn International forces from the warships In tho harbor iro tented the capital nnd lsad was cap tured and deported QUEBEC BOARDWALK BURNED. Itnffrrln Terrace !)mtro cd l Chntraa Prniitennr ThrrnlPiied. Quekki, July 9. Practically the whole of the Vufferln terrace west of the band stand was demolished lure to-day by a lire which was probably started by a carelessly thrown cigarette end. The blaze originated on the cliff under the boardwalk. It did not stait between the boards as Is the case with so many tires that break out on this promenade. It was shortly after noon when the first alarm was turned In. To add to the dlllloultles of the firemen, who could only attack th" blaze from one side, tho city water main burst nt 2 o'clock. It was feared at llrst that the Chateau Krontenac, which is situated at the east ern end of tin- terrace, would be endan gered, but luckily the wind was blowing In another direction and the hotel was left untouched. However, two house! which overlook the promenade were badly damaged and It was not until 3 o'clock that the fire was under control. A movement Is now on foot to have tho terrace rebuilt of some permanent material. Mrs. Klnvrllp alls for Home. Genoa. July 9. Mrs. Mnry V.. Fla velle of Chicago, who was shot and robbed by a student named Hossl when travelling oil a train from Florence last May. has recovered snlllclently lo sail for home. She left here to-day on the steamship Prinzess Irene for New York. ITALIANS MAY STRIKE AGAIN. President Vnnn Shlh-U'nl Katab llabra .Vntlonnl Kdllcnt lonnl I'lllld. I'kkin, July 9, President Yuan Shlh k'al has Issued a mnndntn ordering thn establishment of an educational fund amounting to $12,000,000, which shall pro vide 1,200 scholarships for Chlneso stu dents at home nnd abroad, each yielding $100 annually. The fund will be created by depositing $3,000,000 annually In thu Hank of China. Ilneent reactionary tendencies In China i havo caused cnmlderablo uneasiness re garding the future of modern education III China, President Yuan's mandate Is taken as evidence that he realizes tho ne. cesslty of modern education. SERIOUS FLOODS IN CHINA. , ... Thousands Homeless anil Destitute Anil-Henna Asked to Help. Pekin. July 9. Tho Governor of Kl- ang-sl has telegraphed tho central Gov ernment In Pekin tluu noons nave ncvas tnted vast areas In his province nnd that thousands of people are homelcra and starving. Ho lugs the Government to send money. Another olllclal lelegiam says that i,.n,i in c.inton nro unnripedentf d, More i,o,,' i.nnn.flnft are destitute nnd the ,r,r I'luKHeH nre lu a nilnerable plight An appeal has been sent to tho American lied cross for ncip. Store closes 12:30 P. M. Saturday An important sale today of Men's $3.50 to $5.00 Worsted Bathing Suits J $2.35 A bathing suit of fine worsted, finely made and finished, in sleeveless or quarter sleeve model, that for quality and intrinsic merit cannot be equalled for less than $3.50 to $5.00 anywhere. Navy, Oxford, black, navy & white, navy & red, Oxford & red, Ox ford & navy, and Oxford & white. Kniployri-H of otitic Itnllvtny Tlirenli-ii to Unit Work To-nlKht, Siieclal Cable letixilch In Tun 9cx. Milan, July 9 A fresh strike of the railway emplojees Is threatened, It Is reported that It Is to la gin at midnight to-morrow (Friday) nnd Is for tho pur lins of preventing the impending pun ishment of IS, mil) employees of tho roads, which arc owned by tho Government, for participating In tho recent revolutionary movement. The Government nsserls that It is In readiness for all emergencies and will probably have more popular support than during tho Insuirecllon of laet month. HAS RESCUED 400 SEAMEN. dipt. MtvMllli-11 ot Hie lllrlno llrlnus Wlinli-r's Crrvr lo Port. iperial Cable Hopalch lo Tun Stv Skwaiip, Alaska, July 9. Thn steamer Dlrlgo, which arrived here to-day, brought j Capt. G, W, Porter and thirty of the crew of the. American whaler Gajliead, which was lost off Custlo Cape, Alaska, on June 2". This makes over tOO shipwrecked , seamen that ('apt. MoMullcn of the Dlrlgo 1 has rescued In the last five soars. ('apt. Purler of llm Gnyhead wns for merly master of the whnler Grampus, which was crushed In the Ice off Point Harrow In 1901, i Clearance of Men's Dusters Balirtacnan Dusters, made of tan colored t . t- i Pnlmnrnnn model. repp cioin, i " $2.95 $3.75 Reduced from $5.00 Imported Mohair Dusters, in double breasted, big, roomy model, made of dark dray mohair. Rtdtld ror S5M Imported Mohair Dusters, in plain dark gray, fancy striped and two tone effects, cut $b.50 on full, liberal lines. Reduced from $11.50 Palm Beach Dusters, of Palm Beach cloth, "1 single or double breasted, plain or Balrnacaan . $ I ,&U sleeves Men's Silk Knockabout Hats, made of all Silk taffeta, in gray, tan, black and white K checks and stripes. Marly $2.00 J Motor Apparel Dept. 6th floor $1.00 Broadway at 34th Street