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THE SW, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. tf0.
JUAREZ GIVES UP; CARRANZA TAKES CHIHUAHUA CITY Cnrrison of Bofdtf Vot Tnkos Oath Villa ill In Mountains. EX-MvU-Kirs RELATIVES LEAVE FOB HAVANA BL PAW, Tut , TTe It. Ju.irex wa- formally turned OVce to the ('iinMnca (l0Vftninill1 thi mornlne. At thr :ime time tho city of rhlhiiiihim fell Into the IiiiihIh jf lien. Jacinto 'IYevlno. Hen. Alvuro (lrrson, commander of the 'arranaa force, n-acheil here from the w.di tn-nig-lit to take ohars of th Juares irarrlKnn. Oen. Pruni'lcro Villa ! at Buatlllo Uanch, weM of ChhuahuR. attempting to form Junrture with Uen. Joae Kod risTier, a Mibonllnute, who haft retreated to CaeaH i ra nd ea from Honorit. tier. Villa bM lieen informs,! by the T'nlted Mates irovimment that he ftan only re-i-ftlvn nyattim In the rnlti-.t St-atee ny re 1.isIik a, 'i delivering aafrly tha thirty Amer.oane arretted at Miulera ten daya MO. lien Perching, Units! State military BWUHHildW lit El I'aeo, haa been In Lnirled from Vmhlngt.in to return any lelljerate fire from .lu.uea lnu El Paao. Tlieae Instructions followed the klllinjr f an American In Kl PMO by a bullet 1mm Juarci ysetSfda durlntf the rlot tn Andrea Unrein, Ccnwul In Kl PmOi replying I I ilt- unclatlons against Miiruel lia lonbarilo, rx-Villn Foreign Secre tary, eaya that he hits the authority to e stand amnaaty, 'ut not to ruch traitors aa Lombard-v The iitfw-r of tj.inia to e.irry out his promised amnemty to tha VHm oAcor wiio lurrandarvd this w,-ek wan ansifeterl by Lomtwrdo. (o whom amaaaty wii denied because he had quit the CarraMaa Cabinet to beeume adviser to (Jen. Vllliu Truffle la Itranmed. Traffic with Ju:uet. which Waa sua pended during tin- riots yecterday, lias daen resumed und the races were run Ki In to-day at Juarei Jimres did not actually rome Into the Cairaaaa told until to-day, when ita gjarrtaon ooremandar, u Oehoa, em braced the cause Sind accepted SPPPtltt Riant a commander of all the I'nrranai roops m tha territory formerly con trolled by his chief, lien. Villa. He w.ll take oharg .'is tl.e representative of the 'arrsnsa Uovsmtnent. Oen. Taabal Roblai miv be ("Jovrrnor- 0 enseal, walla ctan, Octaoe win be oom mander of the troops, villa, according io (laQ. Manuel Itanda, has consented to ihls agreement am! will come to the 1 nitcd States at once, but not through tha Juaraa port iov. Fidel Avlla ami his brother, VIc tOrtallO Avtln, who were being held by len. I ichoa as prisoners pandliiK the t.nal .utrt'i itnanl to the pa&Ct terms, were .leased tij.on Cien. i ichoa's signing the agreement and accepting tha terms of .eace which Avlla Initiated. The lleu crala agreed to accept i irratuas money 10 pay the tro Dps Th.- following Is the daolaratlon which Oen. ichoa signed i "Manuel Ocnoa. Qantfal In command of the gameun of Juares, to the people n general. December 33, Ivl&i "The leaders that haadad the t'on vafttlonaltal party having disappeared, ind the governmei't directed by eltlatlt Vatittatlano Carransa having triumphed .i'id the uaalaaanaaf of c tnttntilns to ipilj fraternal blood apjarent. I solemnly aaniara that I. my enters ami sonners. do hereby recognize the ronstltullonallet Ooverntnent and declare that we will hefyi It, and assure that we will not attack again n single soldier of Its forces, bn: on the contrary we will eo nparata with It toward the establish ment of peace Therefore, I and my mldlara and offlcan will adhere to the pati." b I li tin Unit Ity Taken. Oan, Jacli to Trevlno1 with his eonn--naitd of Carransa troopsi arrived in fhlhuahtM city this morning from Tor- eeon. 'ien 'il'i was reported by lien. Trevlno to hava withdrawn to the moun ains west of Chihuahua city upon his ., rrlvnl Five hundred V'lllsta troops arrived it Juarez Inst night and this morning. These want over to the Cirranzlata . aige w 'th their command.-r to-da'. The ohteetlve ,.f the Villa families Is the Argentine KepuMI.-, according to dvlces received by lovernment of Vials. The wives of HlpolltO and FYnn- !sro bought tickets over the uouthrrn Pacific Railroad and by way of the iTnltad Fruit Oothpany steamer ailing from New Orleans Saturday for Havana. Reports to the Federal authorities re 'O the effect that arrangements have been made for taking a steamer from ruba to Huenoe Ayres, Argentina, and that negotiations have already been loacltlded for the Villas to go into the attic raising Industry on big ranch property In tho South American re public. Washington haa granted permission to Carranza to bring In 1,000,000 rounds of ammttnlion und 2,000 carbines through Juarez. "WILL NEVER CO TO U. S,' Wife Qnotes Villa aa SayliiK Ha M ill Stay In Memlro. San Antonio. Tea . Dae. 21. " 'I shall never ico to the t'nlted Htates. I would die a-xmer than iro (u the tTnlted States, where they hate tne. T shall spend the omalnder of my life In my home moun tains with my faithful frlenda, where rnv enemies cannot reach me.' "This is what my husband, Fran cisco Villa, told me Just before I left Mm," said Mrs. Lui da Villa, his first lf. who passed through here to-day en route to New Orleans "Gen. Villa does not expect to so to los Anpeles then?" she was asked. "No; lie will stav In Mexico" "Then he will have to remain In hldlns'" "ilen. Villa does not need to bide In Mexico. His enemies are afraid of him, not he of them. (Jen. Villa Is a soldier, not a coward." "My husband Is a great man, ' she added. "He is not the bad man you Americans think I know. I have lived with him for twenty-seve i year? " GEN. LIS EXECUTED. Mexico's BspeH Artillery Leader and Stuff Slain by Zapata. Sptrlal r.iMe Dupatch to Tin: Ion, Maxtco (.'iTT. Deo, a. Friend ' Oep. Rafael KkmIu Lis ore Informed that be and his Rtgft officers have been exe cuted at Cuautla by order of Knilliano SSapata. Tile men were executed In pub lic by Minister of War Palgfog, who held flen Lis a prisoner (Jen. Lis was prob abty the best artillery expert In the re public al'er Mondragon, He studied in KUrope and the United States and rose to a lienenil in ihe Ki.leral arm under Madera Ha lias lately beep without a command. m helped the gapatlataa de fend Meslou city agulnst Oonsalea, Carransietas fleeing from t'uautla nv the . (aoutlon followed the discovery- of l.lss Intention to ask amnesty from flour.. lies and retire to private nre, being disgusted with the present military .,. portunltlen. pesos rt rapped lo i nant on the dol lar .ft.r several ilayi downward ten- ncj .xiant ,. . ,nl.4 raised n ts i ,'iinsi THE SENATOR FROM NEW JERSEY. By FRANK WING ROCKEFELLER TO AID j TELLS 'REAL STORY' MEXICO TYPHUS WARIOF THE GARY DINNER Lnnsing: Asks Onrranzn fo Lift Bnn So Rod Cross Mny Join in Vitflit. 20,000 CASES IN CAPITAL tVagltl KOTOH , I'ec 21 Kollowirs A conference to-day with Wlchllffe itose. international health commli'sloner of the Flockefeikr foundation. Secretary' of State Lansing has made Inquiries of Oan. Carransa as to whether he would lift his lm n asTalnSl the American Red Cross and permit the latter organisa tion and the Rockefeller Foundation to undertake the task of stamping out the typhus fever epidemic now ragins" in Mexico city. According to Information retch. n the Stat.. Pepartinent. the epidemic threat ens to lie one of the worst of Its kind that has ever swept over Mexico. Be tween 20,n0i) ai d SO.Oi'O persons In Mex ico city alone are down with the fever and fear Is expressed that the disease will -i-read 10 the American and other foreign colonies In the cspltal. Mr Lansing was assured by Pr Rose that the Rockefeller Foundation ai d the American Red i'ross are ready to Join hands m a eel entitle campaign to stamp out the epidemic provided Carransa win withdraw nlS objection to outside aid of this kind. The seriousness of the situa tion was Impraaaad on Mr. Lansing by the fact that the es-ourge Is the same which has ravaged Serbia in re-ent months and made the Balkan country a pea thole. A meeting of the executive .ommlttee of tho Hod i 'nets to tie presided over by former President Ta't win be held here on I'YMay to determine definitely as to what aid that organization can extend, hut before such determination can be reached the committee will have to know whether CaiTAnsa will welcome the aid. Last fall the Red cross was compelled to g;e up I's relief work In Mexico when Carransa, claiming that he was able to hai lie the situation without outside saaiatanc, asked th state Department in Washington t,. withdraw the American Red Cro workers. Trior to tha time sevral clashes hal occurred between the, workers mid Carransa as a result of the action of the Carransa authorities In ealalng the lle.1 i'ross supplies of foodstuffs -and drugs. Reports lo the State Department ar to the effect that lo addition to Mexico city the cities of Puehla and I'achnca and the Slate of Oasaoa are likewise In the grip of the disease. I 'hysleiana as srell as patient" are reported lo he dy ing in large number and ihortage of food and medical supplies ha made the situation desperate r.xpens of the Rockefeller Foundation declared to-night that the Joint campaign of the foundation and the Red Cross In Serbia demonstrated that medicine alone without the strictest kind of sanitary regulations will not succeed against the dlseass. Such regulations, it Is pointed out, would lie impossible In Mexico with out the active aid of the Carransa ov senment. The question whether the Red Cross and the Rockefeller Foundation n II be able to Jotfi In a campaign against Mexi can tvphus will is consid.-ietl at the meeting of the executive committee of the Red Cross Society, to be heal to morrow In New Y..rk oily, at the home Of ROberi W lie FOreSt. Those Who ex- pect to attend this misting are egPres! dent William Howard Tat;, chalnmuii of the committee; Major-Qetasral Arthur Murray, vice-chairman . Miss Mabel T. Hoardmaii. Burgeon-General William c Uorgas, V. B. A.: Burgeon-Oenerul Will iam C, Bra Sated. C. S. N . rbibert W, de Forest, Cherleo D. Nbeton of New v,.rk und Alfred T. W hite of Brooklyn. . It Is not thought tha; the executive committee w.ll act d.tlnitely on the project at Friday's meeting iMs-aiise the negotiation undertaken l Se,-etary Lansing with the Carransa Qovernment probably will not b- oonoluded .it that time. SAi Tit.1.0. Mexico. Deo. tl. First Chief Carransa admitted to-day that the spread of typhus in Mexico city was alarming. The Qovemment, he said, had called all the phyelotans it could to assist ami had fotmed a large corn made up of the resident medical men of the city, wisp were familiar with the conditions. i :,e Qovemment also had ordered a large number of the ar t y doctors to the city, where they would Im. under the control of llr. Rodriguez, chief surgeon of the army. There were present, he said, l!),f)n(, cases, but with the free baths and new clothing now offered to the poor and tile new regulations governing the dis infection 01 the Infected districts the disease would speedily be brought nu de' 1 introl 36th Annual Appeal of 46 Hospitals fur money to rare for New Vork'e sink poor. v;t per pent, of their mt- VloS Wite free last year rOgSruieSS of rgee or rreisl. So need I mini' worthy or more pressing ami It Is right here. $'' cares fur an ariito rase 1 ilay 110 give a wpck in a hospital bed SUM) can heal four lUfferen t 'harles Lunler, TfS. flP 'ed.ir si t.r Mrs. Jsiiies Bpsyvr. MW Klflh Ave. rrsurf women ausiiiarj The Hospital s'S."'1'1 Atx:iation j Matter! OIpliaut, rreeMaw. Bopublioan Who Knows As sorts rolitios Wns Not Pnr- poso of Gathering. MUSIC, BI T NO srKKCTIF.S Washington. Dc 22 n.'flm word bU com to WaHhir.aton to wdat took pi! at t) tr.n-y dinner to Col Hoo I veit. a Ita publican her who vrtni to ) t'.ie trout'.u uf InvosttSAtlnef Him timner learm'ii from one uf tin? (ruet what t ok Tlaoe nn.l tlM ruturnI to VMh'.Mrton with the f.t.-tii. Thl8 man uUd to-iUy : "Th t Jary dinner wi not a poUHal Oonl);r;.r either t prunvoto Co KxMe Vett'l MllblUone or to device w-ayn anil mHunn of dlefeatliiK i'reaiilent Wilson for reele.'tlon Bo f.ir an ihe CeOnvepeattor. ehrCll tt.Kk plao about Mr. ''tary tubl NUI c(n5rnel then wae ab!-ohitly no poliflra In the dinner. "Only two remark were made by pel Uooeevelt In the courrxe of the emirv din ner that x.uM be onstruejd either a a MnOCUon on Preeldeiet Wilen : km re- ; ItHUnjI t- the preoarMlnejf4 Nhvi4. "At one period in the dinner CoL ! RoOMVOlt made th Htateinent th-vt. felnoe . the iHirlnrtliiK f the rope4Ul wr i-tar HrltHln hu built nmro war ves- , sels than are now rfrpreeented by th- en tire etrerutth uf the lnitNi Staten navy. '"Ainither remark tnale by 4 Nil nBne velt w .lm that mtre Atne.rUnin clUtetie, Innocent non-'onbatiui1. have loel their liven In Mexico und in tiie outrag" Ameriv.in life in the Kuropean war, iUCh ' rh the Uusltanla, Ihntl were FH rifl el in , tho tMitire war with Spain. I "Both of thene elaienientr were made by Col. Rotwvelt to Judire iary and Thoe pitting near him In the t-ourev of the dinner and wer repeat eii by b'.m I to the other tm CoL lt'H,Me elt wt on .Iude;e Oary nirht Ami Krank A. Vanderllp On hit lft , ' There waa no rerular sftee.-hTnakln,t i :if the dinner In fa t (V1. Itousevclt iierit a larftv part of tiie evon::iT de frtbinif !ii fXplftration und ftivlnff th , d Inert hit 1ews tiri the River of Doubt i There WgVi mUtlfl and lit) fin hy pdi I it In the foume of the dinner and ! afterward there waa a concert I an, ; hatiflfled that there wu t.o real politi Cal liiiii'icHn''e to the -ury dinner." HONAPARTE DOUBTS IT. Mare T. 11. Makes Knee. hakr Kverc Time lie NaveS, Baltimokb, lie.- ts chart J Hona parte, Attorney-Cleneral during the Rapsawlt tidmlnlatoatlon. In an address before iiie Itoeeovell Progreaelv Club lo-nlght rldlruled th surmises ..f Re. publican rtni' lmoorat to the io. I, ileal itgnlllcanaa of the re...ni Kopse-velt-Uary dinner in Sow Vi.rk. "Is ull this talk an Invention?" lie s.ii. "If It Is inie snrt renlly Is the I., unrhine of a Presidential boom, then why aUs i put thn.ush in secret? Even t'.ioush it may noJ 'he hooin. even thPUgh Ihe l'n.eTe.-sWae have not yet though! .if their vrobablo leafier, every move on the inirt of Col. Roosevelt i productive of knee shakes and Inward dlssttfu.-tlo'i amonir 'he Pfiti.-mi!.' ami Republican lead i. rs " HILLES SEES NOTHING IN CLAN GATHERING Republican Chairman Kye Pretence of Many Leaden Has No Purpose. Uuoh political see'iip having heon en- Semlereil by the fact that numerous prominent figures in thi Republican party are in town Just now, when there is much speculation as to the slgnlfl' ranee tf the dinner given by Judge li.iry to Ool. Rooeevelt, Charles l rtlluia, chairman of the nepubllean National Committee, mads tin- stat nt eM,.,-. day that there is nothing unusual In the presence here tit Theee leaders Chairman Hltle ald that he had held no political conferences recently that did not relate solely to tin preparation ( lie call for the Rapubllean National Con vention In Chicago on .lime 7 and that so far as lie know now he will hold none, lie denied that he had had luncheon with W. Murray Crane of Msaaa- chusette, saying that he had merely hap pen ad to see Senator Crane and had waved a friendly greeting I" him He averred that he had no engagement to meet senator Penroaa of Penuiylvanla to-day, although report has It thai Ihe Senator le on his Way t" town. (former Senator Theedor U. Burton of Ohio came lo town yeeterday. Me said at the Wsldorf that he had come onl to speak at the dinner of the New KJngland gaelety ami that he would not talk m. lit ien Willi here other leading poUtloal ukiub in town just now are victor Reoewgter, former Rapubllean National i ' mltteeinan from Nebraakai Walter Dickey, hulr miin of Ihe Ohtu llupuhllcan Mtate Com- ml t tee; Ralph U. Willtiuiia Newell Itander, Chart A Hplas, Philip a. Htanton, ii. II Mas son and Ralph it Oameron, who ar Republican National Comnttesmen from Oregon, Tsnnsssse, New Mexico, California, Nevada and Arlsona respsi Uvelyi All Insist thai they ar here on pri vate bualness. about sll they will say on politics is thai they srti fof any one who will heat Wilson and uphold Ihe major traditions of the il o. f. STUDY ITS FINANCES JO, furnish safe title Inanr- nct the rompMf Itself should be able to gave money and accumulate surplus. You should look carefully at the financial record of any company before yon take a policy. The report of the New York State Superintendent of In surance shows that during the year 1914 we were the only title company In Greater New York whoae receipts ex ceeded Its disbursements. TiTlE guarantee AND TRUST C9 Capital . . $ 5,000.000 SurplUSfallesmed) 11,000,000 176 B'wsy. N. v. 1 75 lemscn St.. B'Ura. Ho rultos St.. Jamaica. GERMAN HEROLD' OUT FOR HUGHES Snys 'Tnliko Milliter in WhIUl Hoiiso, Novcr Would l.oso His Head." HAS KKPT SILENT ON WAR I'rder the CSPUen "The Herman Amer icans and the Nest President" the Oer eion Hrrold said yesterd.iy: "Never ! fore 1:, t!.e history of the Cnlted States has the uuestlon Who might he the beet man Tor the Presi dential chair, met with n much Interest In wide clrUcs of tilt- populatloe s It does now In Ciee.i extraordinary times of the world war Not only the profes sional politician puts that SJUeetlOn 1 even the man In the street who at otic r times show n frigid attitude tonard politic now warms up to i The happenings that haw. hak . th H'."''e durinu the tsSI eljthten months hj.e left their mark on our country, and the great interact awakened hy the coining t 'residential election, even ut this early day. I not the least of the advantage Rowing to us from the treat catastrophe, Everybody reeosnlirs that it Is of the greatest Im portance to select, under all circum stances, the lsst a: d most able man for PreMdent "if i.iore than ordinary importance is Ihe question "t Prealdentlal candidal-, to us itertnan American "ii account of our hiitei ssperlence, about which mut ter nothing nne-e need to b snel on this occadon. If any c.tiien of the United Htate l :,', rested in eeelng h firm, jut i ,1 -1 Impartial man selected we Herman American certamty are "i f all the tiu-r, mentioned as pus clhle csndldats there is none lo whom e incline more than to Jttsttcs llughoe of th L'nlted States Supreme I'ourt The more we consider the matter the more w-e are convinced that in him Wl have the man the country requires We here 'n New York have had a chanc t.i ei t o know Mr Hughes when hn was the tlrst offlclsl of tiie Slate. Lone before that t'me Mr Hushes had come t- our n 'tic- durins the insurance In veellgallon Here is a msn who cannot he swayed hy parte passions and among whoae trait partlatlty is not to be f,.un-i What distinguish htm lo a degree DOS seseed by few is an Unfllnchllig sense of Justice, snd .' regard at..: ly and eetie of duty, he ,s second to mine. "ih. Republican could do nothing better than nominate Hughes In .,1. quarter his nam,, would meet with a feellt of confide The spill wWoh has been cans,.. I hy the organisation of the Progressive party isiuld healed by t!. nomination of Mr. Hughes ituoee- veit declares that tl.e can I., lacy ..f Huith,s would make a Prosrressive t1,'ei unneceaeary, The coneervatlve and tne mote rail. cal Wing "I Ihe Repuollcai, party would celebrate 'he:r unification in the nomination of i tushes "None of the other men mentioned as likely candidates - an darken by 'h:r shadow Hie figure ol Mr Hugh, Not one of them all could hvpe tor s,, much cec.ra! acclaim a he would receive. Justice HllghOC he take,, t o part if) Ihe sorinionlouc dteetisslon which the war occasioned among us As a member of the highest curl Mr Hushes has deemed it nr. (per t show a ditKMtb d PC TVS in this pasase of arms. We do not know whether Mr. Hughes ha any outspoken Herman sa mpathls. Holding a high Judicial office it .s not for him to proclaim his views It is BUfflcletll to know that in all matters he si rives to do the right thing, that, unlike the preset,! master In the White House, he would never b.ee his head, hut keep his teniper under all rlrcumataeee; that tie, faithful and i oneeleatleiia, wu!fl i a worthy successor of t'- most illus trious that ev.-r have sal ,n tiie I resi dential hair." 150 QUARANTINED IN HOSPITAL. IH ph t he-rln Para0M 1" llrfMik I y a iMtltMtlOwli Throutfh rtfuval o( ttii Putntr ! a t 1 1 strff Mm pi tut, i"!' ittmbcrlt4nH tre', Brooklyn, to Uikf In a rhlld found ;n a UhViv t :irn,u'i' l.i-i lltffht Iumi" KullOil .Tret'T ami Datbuvh .ivt'mip, Ilrmiklvn. it w .t - lnrnM) tiiiii th hovpllal Ii un4i quuraiittne ftr dlphthvlift ami thai norii of itn t0 patients fan W dlMheVIgd until thr quarantine i i ft .i Two rtaH aiC' Dr. Pratt, an intern?, n taktn Mr OUily 111 auri it ih ff.ire-it that IT Voorhltfl "ittl Millar, also In tern"j, lia I fftUfftll dlphthrli a Inn. found Hni h bftby flrl. takri to tin- KIiiks fount V Hoppital. 1. Altman $c (En. Afternoon and Evcuiing Gowns at thf rtductd prkes of $18.50 Ss 22.50 corps'iD'iuile an oifffferainig off retvaarkalbile irilerest now In effect, Departinnierii-i! for ".v'oniea's ureases (Third Floor) Jfifth Attrmir-fllahiann a-Ulj anil 3311) SlrrrtH U. S. TRADE $5,000,000,000; T WO- THIRDS IN EXPOR TS Big Jump in Gold Movement to This Country in Twelve, Months Just Ended -Commerce in Nn- WAHSIftnTON, l"ec. 'J2 A total trade f IM,tt0,0M In the month and of MO0,000,0OQ In the year, with exports twtvthlrdi of the whole, i . the unparal leled reiMird of Amenowi, commerce in 1 November and the twelve months ended With November .In. Figures made pub II" by the Department of I'ommcroe show that NovemlMr imports were ' ilued at tll4,llMi as asa. net JK,- 4?,09 in November, 111, and that they exceded by 111,000,900 the former November reoord made In 191; Twelve 1 months innmrts to November 30 aggre- Hated ll,Tt,t4l,ttl, as compared with Ift8,g4,". 071: In the preceding year November exports broke ull records. I The total was Mll,144,tlT, a agalnet 1 se--,iiae.ifs 1 In October. 1915. the former I re.'ord. One year ago November export i aggregai,.,! IIOB.STS.SII and In 1H12 ...-.. !. 11, e locioer recoru. rweive months exports rose to the new level of IMIT,ftl,eia, as hgal-.st :', 101. 187. 120 a year ago and tt.&Ql, 111,11 two years ago FIFTEEN DAY LIMIT j ON FREIGHT FOUGHT Shippers I rarr 'That Kailrond;' Hasten Deliveries at Nimv York. WaSHIXaTOK, I'ec !! Protests ag.Unst the action of trunK line railways In giving notice of an intention to re duce on January 1 Ihe storage limit on freight in cars at New Vork and other Atlantic coast terminal ceuitrea from thirty to fifteen days were heard to-day by the suspension hoard of the Interstate Commerce Commission, The order pro- ;naed hy the railwaya, according to rep resentations made to the commission!, waa SsTrsed Upon with a view to rellev- Inej tiie congeetlon of freight, most of it deetlned for export, now piled up m New Vork. Boeton. Baltimore and other Uaetern ijrts. Ti.e Msrcliantt Aaeoolatlon, tiie Prod uce ICxchanse. th, gteel Products com- Mn ajel other commerolal and trade tKVlles of New York city were repre sented. H. I'. Lin (Oln ' the New York Merchante Aaeoolatlon, one of the spokoemeu, siiKK-.st.sl to the suspension hoard that sou:.- reaponilbtllty should he placed on the rallwa)e to assure r-rotupt daUverlee of freight at New Yrk. lie told the hoanl that In recent month ti,o railroad had been dersllot In making deliveries, with Hie rceUlt thai many vessels leaving Nenv York. notabll l hOSC bound f"r siouth America, were ahtpptng with light cargo lie denied that the congestion at New York was due altogether to Ul practice of the railway In permuting shippers to hold freight In atorao for rnU of thirty day Mi Ulnooln Insisted tliat the present BOngeStkai of fririt at New York waa clue, first, t" condition rtiwing out of 11, ,-strike in S York last fall, se,s.n,. t.. the iiidee In tiie Panama Canal, artiloh had resulted a partial luapeneton of soaetwlcs traffic, and third, to . iireak doem in Mm lighterage fa.-ii.ties in New York haris.r lie gave It as his opinion that a redUoUOU In tiie at rage perlo.1 to fifteen days would not greatly relieve the situation and would Impoe s coetly burden or, shippers He41wsy representatives told tite board thai th fifteen day perl A was hy no means uneeae inahle or hkeiy to cause hardehlpe to ahlppsrs. They insisted lu.-t New Toed had ceen UP duly taored by the railway so far as storage W concerned. Th leetMled that at mos' othar sns tiie storage period ran from three to ten dns. whereas at New Y--rk thirty !a leeway Ii ol been allowed for many ear. They testified further that the railway concerned lisd decided some eekj ain to redu.-e tiie storage lerlo.1 .,t New Y'ork and ntili'-e Raetem ports, snd that it w-ae lellee.l that the time for such action had arrivisl. T'niess the commission Intervene the fifteen .Icy order will g' Into effeW on Jiinn.tn I It .s understood 'hat the Oe4er will ie rupemlsl pendinK invee- tlgatlon bj the oommlnelon REPUBLICAN MACHINE ANGRY. Tears St'hltataa Will KTame John f . InrU in supreme I esrl. Mrmhers of tiie Republican organises Hon heard witii Indignation yecterday thgt CWV. Whitman is tiring urged 'n name John i Clark, a lawyer of 3; Nassau sire.t. for ., pis the Su preme Court benoh that Will he left va eanl by the rstlrement of Presiding .ius tlce Ingraham of the Appellate ftlvlclon Mr. Clark is a ttepuhllivan, but ha never Identified himself actively wllh the Organisation, H( was til Hi"! se-re- lary of the iMtlsene' t'nlon snd during the I.w administration was an Assistant , 'orporatum 1 oui.sel assigned th Mayor s ..ttice itepUhllean leader- declare Hint If the Qovarnor names Mr. I'lark and then s -point Assistant Dlstrlet Attorney Oele hanty, a Deaaierat, t, ihe court of Qsneral seasi.es, ha i'.i have left ti e organisation completely in the cold and they don't like It Searches for lm t, Honed Schooner. Washington, IVc, -The coast guard culler Seminole is searching for the schooner barge HotomsC, reported abandonsd twcnly-thres miiee northeavt of the Irrylng Pan buoy on tiie sout:j Carolina coast Whai ha hsppsnsd io Hi,, crew has nrii bseii Isarned. Aurnur. Nrui ynrk vember $500,000,000. The export balance Ipi November waa IKMIe.lel, uompared with 170,411. IT1 ior November. It 14, and foe the twelve in. nths ended w it a November last '1. 707. "1 Vint, a- agalnsl 242.S4:.04 one year ago and Ttt,472,lll tw, yeurs ago iuty free imports oom prised on. 3 ner ietit. of the November Imports, oom pared Wllh 12 1 per cent for N-nember. lilt, uoid Import .luring November, 101s, amounted to 180,101,540, ngainM J7,H1,- 72:1 in November, loll Twelve months 'tn ports of gold aggregated itio.eso. ITe, as compile, i with SI,ttt,tll In the preoedlng year. November exports of gold were valued at l,00t,15l, as ugalnst tit. 7,20.42 In N" vember. 1114, while for twelve ' i- nths ended with November the Crtel Wa 1MT.H7, aa compared with $213, 017, llfi in tiie preceding year. Instead of a net outward gold move ment of 174,706,70, as In the twelve months ended with November. 1014, tt.e year .lust ended shows a net Inward gold movement of lt0,MI,41t. ROOT WOULD KEEP OUT OF MINNESOTA RAGE Won Id Kim for Prosidmt if Called On, but Will Not tight for It. Minneapolis. Dec, The Min- neapol.s Journal lo-dcy prints the fol lowing from New York "AH of the friends In Minnesota of EllhU Hoot who would like to vote for him at ihe Presidential preferential pri mary in April may as well under tand first ns Inst that they will rot he able to d . so. The former Secretary ef State aisl former t'nlted Stiles Senator from New York is fully aware that there is tl very consldepah seminfcnt among th Rapubllean of Minnesota in favor of him as Ire Republican candidate for the Presidency and he Is extremely appre- etatlve of the kir.diy feeling manifested by his Minnesota friends. "While Senator Root will have nothing to say for publication on Ihe subject the Journal cm state, on tiie highest au thority. Hint Senator ftO"t. under no eir cumetanoee, Will make any tetlV light fr the nomination. Por tha: ven-on he desires very strongly that ills friends In Minnesota who wish to make a haitle for him will see to It tliMI ills name Is not placed 011 the primary ba.lot If ( Is he w.i; he tor e,! to hi,. tomial declination and he wishes thst friends m Minnesota will not put him 111 that posi tion. If lie is forced lo fl a formal declination he fear that some of his Minnesota friend might get th notion that he is unappreclatlv of the honor they would seel; lo do him. 'That la nut the ,-ase. Mr. Root Is very keenly appreciative f what his friends Minnesota line dons lor him snd will, doublleaa, continue to do, but his love ,,f country Is so deep und 1 Is r'gi-d for Ihe office of President f tiie I nlied States g .so Is lag- la that he do not be. lev ,, becomes y ,a,, to , lively re.-k thai office a d hi will not . Jf mJo:i'.v ( the delegates o t!- Republican National Convention beeoms convinced thai he is th,. n.ost ava, ,.. ,h, ar,y , , u light sgainsi Pres., lent Wilson and con- elude,, theref ore, to nominate him he will ' 1,1 I nomination, Ii will have to com to him. however, without In. seek ing it and without any act.ve fight for It on hi pan He believes ihat there is no trreaier mlsiake 1,, ,tle world then for a mat, p. think he can tight a little that is can go In ,s.rt way snd stav OUt part way. He heiieve- ,1,.,, , ng. t f.,- ,,. nomination a ma,, ,, go in all the ly ,,r H,.1V nu, and he propose to stay out." ' THE WEATHER VS. THE MILK SUPPLY THE RECENT snow storm caused one ol the most difficult situations with which the milk man and the railroad man have had to contend with in many years. The delay of the milk train made it impossible to deliver your milk with any degree of regularity but if you realize what it meant for the farmer to get his product to the country bottling plant, the railroad man to move the train and the milk man to deliver the bottle of milk at your home, wc feel sure that you will be willing to overlook the incon venience and many hardships which you have been asked to endure. To further add to the confusion, the storm wrecked many telephone and telegraph poles, which msde it impossi ble to know when the milk train would arrive in the city This made it necessary for the milk men to remain on duty almost continuously. A the milk arrived, each route salesman was given a portion of this supply to distribute to his customers, always keeping in mind babies and sick eople first. During the past two or three weeks our company has made use of all its available resources to the extent of using the Fuid Milk that ordinarily would go into the man ufacture of Eagle Brand Condensed Milk. All this has been done with a high sense of the respon sibility and duty we owe to our fresh milk consumers. We print this information because we believe that you are in terested and have a right to know the facts. We thank you for your confidence and assure you that we will always give you our very best service. BORDEN'S FARM PRODUCTS DIVISION BANK FAILS, 30,000 CHILDREN VICTIMS Si))m M((),,,iiIh , ,tynKn When I'ittKhiirjr tlitltnilofi riosrs Its Door. HURT BY Kl If N D!AMTKB PtTTsat-nu. I'ec. -Thirl-. IhOUtSIM Pittsburg eehool Children Whet had money deposited In the Plt'sburg Bank for Having will lose the use of their deposit for Chrletme at le.ist for the bank failed to open lo-day. 'Hie hank had 75,000 depositors In all and the de posits amount to 110,948,711 Th bank Issued a statement mat the trouble WSI due to the depreciation of the value of the securities It held It I atated that the bank had good slow assets and ihat the depositor will probably receive It per sent, In sixty days. fj. H. dotty, bank ex aminer, has been appointed receiver. Kor year school children have been urged to deposit their money in this bank , and some of the most successful business men In the city began the.r business careers with money put In the hunk when they were children. H liool teachers took chaise of the pennies and nickels the children scraped together and turned them over to a bank col lector each week. Receiver Hetty and President Jonec Issued statements saying that the fall tire of Jamea ft. Kuhn and YV. s Kuhn, who were prominently Identified with the bank, had caused a depreciation of securities held hy the bank, hut that II was thought that the securities would soon attain their former values. Mr. dotty exonerated the bank Officer from all blame. The First -Second National Hank cf I Pittsburg, of which V S. Kuhn wa 1 pres. dent, was closed July T. 11113, by 1he direction of T. P. Kane, then act ng t'omptroiler of the Treasury. Wllh de posits of more than 111,600,000, the hank was the second largest In Penn sylvania, Announcement was made at the time that ull maturing Items would be paid. On the day the hank closed reiver was appointed for the .1. V. H. Kuhn Com DOnV, and the S 4- first National Bank of McK seaport. Pa., ami a lwnk in Amherst, Ohio, alo closed I their doors, The Kuiins controlled many traction lines, in western Pennsylvania anu at the time of the failure were building Immense dams along the fheat It.ver In We; Virginia. REPUBLICANS MEET JAN. 14. State I ommlttee In thanae Pale j 1 eon, .Inn. 7. I'lrsl act. state Chairman Frederick C, Tenner, fienrge V Atrtrlch. William I. Ward and other members of the Republican Mate Committee, met ut :he Hlltmore ysstsr-1 (lay to dlsCUSS changee In the programme (for a meeting of the State committee, Juch a meeting, the purpose of which ! I will be to issue a .all for a State ,-nn- I VOntlon at Which delegates at large and! alternate to the National Convention w ill be chosen, lias been scheduled for January 7. it I the intention to change I the dan- t January it. that it will I tot come into confll . nub the opening of the I.egi-lature on .tanuarv ,',. No date ha-s been set, but the State eonven- ' ic !,. or conference, ss it : now called. will be held during the last week In Psbruary. The names chiefly mentioned in the dlcCUCClon of delegstes at large are those , of Ktlhu Root. Wllltsnn Harne. Senator1 Wsdsworth, Gov Whitman. State chair man Tanner and William Herri. CUSTOMS WORKERS ORGANIZE. Sarveyae itush la mi,Ip iio,,.,rr. rreaident f society, t nder the Inspiration of Thomas E, Kuh, Kurveyor of the i-ort, the rep reaentatlVN of every division of hi de. partmeni have formed an organisation known .,s the surveyors Custom Wel fare Organisation of the port of New York Theobjeut Is to promote the spirit of fretemsltam and Improve the mental ai d phvsicHl welfare of all A "place ,.f rest and comfort" tias been established at the ttarge Office f.,r these who spend hours Wsltlng for orders day :rl night. Standard books, magazines, newspapers and guinea ate always Kept. The as. COClStlon hopes finally lo provide gtck benefit! and Inaurance, The preaklent ' .lui'" - Hennessey, Jr. Surveyor Rush is the honorsry presUlent. OFFSETS OUR FEU We Jo more than M our orl direct, a 'hit h Ii hinf r pen.enttij(e thoh I idem hy any other Contractor nnd the reult is that the monei vtc snve to an Ovrncr K tl , reducing suh-ccntras! 1 to a minimum, oflen inor, than ofT-sets our fee on tK entire proposition. In addition to huh. the fact of performing the maj.--part of the work ourselves centralircs control and m.ik-s for a far greater degree of harmony and efficiency than obtains uhere a majority of ub-cont factors is cmplevcj. THOMPSON-STARRETT COMPANY Building Conitt , Night Train for Boston "The Owl" To Leave 12:30 Beginning, the night of Deceit. 1st 26, the trains known a "The Oil" trains, now Iruvitlg New York and Boston daily ut 1:00 A.M. Mill le.,vc at 12:J0 Night. The State of Maine Exprrs, mm leaving New York daily at 0:40 P M, for Portland, will, beginning the v. fn date, leave at 9:25 P. M. N. Y.f N. H. & H. R. R. Church Clteratttrt Press CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS Selected Christmas Cardi . 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