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Showers, cooler toujav; fair to-morrowf IT SHINES FOP ALL moderateacin wMs, Highest temperature i lowest. 45. Detailed writhci, mall i reports on jingo 1.1. ft. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 245. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1916. t'opvriW.lflU.bi the Sun Printing and Publishing Association. TWO CENTS. PHILIPPINES BILL KILLED BY 213 TO 165 Administration flouted as Independence Measure Ts Defeated. ,10 DEMOCRATS IN REVOLT OX ISSUE Complete Defeat of Plan for Freedom Goes Through the Rouse. isH'Nu.o.v, May 1. Hi a vole, of tl.t to 1." til' House to-night rounded tli Knell of Philippine Independence, for he present at least, by reJectuS the I'l.itke amendment juovlillne that the islands bp turned looc within four ears. The Administration forces were hope lessly routed. The triumphant Repub lican minority, nliled by thirty revoltlnir! Democrats, discarded the enliro Senate measure and substltuled for It tho old Jnries hill, which contains" an expression of purpose on the part of the United Spates to grant tho Filipinos Independ mo a soon n- a stable government has tten c.t,ibllh--d. With their foi cos scattered the Demo eratic leaders weie linally placed on he defensive ns a beaten minority. To ev nt utter defeat ami save what little hope was left them In the way of com 1 nml" bv the conference committee on t! I lilllpplne bill they sought to force e .idjournmviit. Kw-n In this they f.'i. 'd. being defeated by n vote of 203 to Thirty l)onnirrnt .loin. T'. ity Democrats Joined with the .1 Itepubllcun minority to rout th Ail, ii. metratlon forces. Thc were: Al if. i. uhlo; lleakos. Michigan. Unickncr. .V. w York; Carciv, New York; Coady, nt.irjl.tinl ; Conry, New Yirk . Hale, N'ew York; Doollng, New York, Drls full, New York; Lagan, New Jersey; Il-tipon.tl. Louisiana ; Farley, New York . Fitzgerald, New York . ITynn. New York; Gallagher. Illinois. Galllvnn, Massachusetts-; Griffin, New York; llamllt. New Jersey , Hart, New Jersey; Jlullscrt, New York; Mc.Vudtow. mi iio; McDennott, Illinois; .Mailer, New Tork; Ulney, Massachusetts; O'Shati nessy, Rhode Island ; I'atten, New York , Phelan, Massachusetts; ltlordan, New Tork: Smith, New York; T.igue. Mass. (chusetts. , The House, by a vote of :n.1 to 154, doptetl the Fitzgerald motion to In- , f'.ruct tho conferees I" adopt no pro posal fixing a definite time within which tho Islands may be set free. and then .djournod. To make the overthrow of the ma-, Jorlty complete and prevent the pn-sl-tlllty of reviving the liulependenre Issue . In a definite form Ripresentatlve I'itz- i rerald moved to Instruct the eonfeiees to adopt no other proposal fixing a I (If finite time within which the lslnrd. 1 nriy be set free. ' Ttefore the llouv. Itself took founal iietion on the Clarke amendment and tlm 1 ,1 nits bill, which was substituted for the Senate bill, It rejected the former by a - k vote of to 151 In commltti't of I.'.'' rtlK'lf Tlrs wiiiiiilcd the knell of the Admlnls t'.i' on mca.sme. Indorsed by the 1'iesl lb '. whose letter urKliiB Its paas.tcc w lb ml modlli' atlon was read to tit In no. lull,- t, incus n few days aso. I'.lfjrts of the 1'einocratle leatler.i to p. . oine the oppoviiiR majority of forty io o'e- by roni'elon In the way of c" (".'imp Hi" time within wnlch the i V'n .l Slates mlulil finally withdraw f'ri. in,. Il,iiids were tin.ialllni;. Th' tell 'ant Tammany int'irreoilim!in and ' i, r assotd.tles who refifeil lo abide bv '.turn-' decree stood firmly with the ''I Itepiiblli'.tn minority. The rela-i e -i eiicib nf the tippoilna factions I' ni.Hiied Hie same. , f Inirtiit of f lifers. v ' the i eject Inn nf tli Clarke fn . urn-tit which was signalized by a .i ii- .if . beers from the Iteptibllean j t tie Ib'pre dilative Jones, nominally In' t' i'" of tlie struggling Democrats, of-1- "i an amendment llxlng the Jline riitr Ir w u i ;i itidepeiideii' e may be granted . .-.ami-, at "not It-s than two nor n, i, than e.irs" So inndllletl, the ' i, ' .iiiienilim-nt ivn." again rejected ny s - ng vole of I Ml lo 14(1. Vc.'llll till' llefellletl I lelllnCI ats tiffeicd 1 a i "i . e..Moii bv prfiposlng lo ll tin' time I 'n t l. tui'i'ii hnir and six teals, but this ' f' t.. appreciable- eflect on llio trl i.' iphiiit miij'iritv. The itinenilmeiit wns lei" i, I i,;. a vile of Hi:: to Jfi2. I 'i "iliur their tvttv blot'Ked tint Deino "i.i'i' bailers Iben itbaniitined the entire .it' me. i tlie, iiieliiiium the Clarke in txlii-.ent, .iii-l i oiirf ntrnlt'il tlielr t fforts t" bung iibout the nd"plloii of the Jones bib. mie of Hie measures originally inn - 'I" e.l by ihe IloU'-e. wblrli nieiily e ,li .Ps Die put pose of the I'liiled Slates to giant I hi- riliplnos inilepeinlenee when b, tin .liiilgiiunt of this iiiiiniry they urn nit. t fur it. Mo., lull uas substituted and the f-'""iie bill t f i ii)ii h at 1 1 ilMt arded. The mr 1'le, wlib-b t-onl. lino the formal as- i'u e of liiilepeinleiice. f nlliiw : It is. ns it always lias been, the p M'" " of the peopl" of the l'lllted s-'it'es to vviilidi -tw the'r sovereignty '"'i the I'liilliiiilne Islands and in rec- ' till - Ibelr I nileTienilnii,.,, tiu knmi .,u ' ''le giivernnidit can W- (slabllsbctl t. I tell' " '" inodllleil (be bill was formally t-tsen up bj Itie Hoiisii anil Hie i nil rails tai ii. 'I veithrtm' of the Democrat!!' ma- I " tv mid the defeat of the Admlnlslra 'I "H iin'llfure f.lllie lit the close of a spec '!' 'il.tr i,iill.imi'iil,try strugRle The foot I at the day was the flglileenth annl t"s.ti of the buttle of Manila lay wns r ei, til. lied by the nitnorilv speakers, wlio 'xhnrtt-d theli- cnlleiigiies not to il.ind .ii In the, fiulultles of oriental W'lld iNilitlfs the Islands wlnrli imiiic nio tho po.M.fcHlon of the Fulled Slates I ti ce, y through tlie victory of Admiral Ii. 'vej i-'ghlteii yea en ago. Til" Itepiiblleaii miiioiiiv. obviously cm ll.ient nf their i-onliol of tltr- pallia Iltr t, l.i i y sitllltlloll, uffeie.l no objection w .en it wits propo-cd by Ilr nf s.nl.illve K i-h'u tlvtt geiientl ilelmle be limited to Ik'ii hours, with a view to n decision of t e impending fplesilmi befoii. Itiljotim in. i i inil seven hours were consumed lloth HA'S weie anxious to put the trouble. C'onf ftitrif on Fifth I'agt. ALL REBELS IN DUBLIN YIELD; 1,000 PRISONERS Insurgents Throughout Ireland Giving Up Arms Un conditional Surrender Only Terms Offered by the Government 489 Sent to England. Awia Vablt Dnpatrh lo Tnt Scv I.onpov, .May 1. The remnants of the Slim Kelncrs' rebel army, which a week aso to-day set out to establish a 'He public of Ireland," surreudeted uncon ditionally to-day, follnwItiK the example of the main body In Dublin, which suc cumbed two rilirhts ago to the Uovcrn tnent troops after death ntid destruction had reigned In the Irish capital through out the past week, One thousand rebel prlsoneis weie counted In Dublin yesterday. Iolated Rroups of snipers who held out In their well hidden haunts lone after the caplt illation of the main body surrendered one by one to-dtiy. Of the 1.000 Insurcenta taken In Dublin m were sent lo Kiir land last nlKht. A boatload of 'J.'iO lirlHonern arrived at Holyhead to-day There were no wounded amonit them. Most of them weie Jouiir men and bnj. They were Immediately put aboard a train for prisons In the Interior of ICnR land. Sir John French, command! r In chief of the Governments forces In Ireland, repotted officially to-night that all the rebels In Dublin have surrender, d, that the city Is "quite safe" and that the revo lutionists In the country dltrlcts too have accepted the Government's term of unconditional capitulation. l.ate to-nlRht the rebels In Ennls corttiy, who had made n particularly stubborn stand, were reported to have Klven up. Tlie Sinn Peltiers In Queens town endeavored to flicker with the Government, offerltiK to tiurrender their leaders and arms If the rank and tile should be allowed to ro free. The offer was refused, the Government's niisuer belnt; that unconditional surrender was their only chani.e. The rebds finally yielded. Ilnblln tm nfr. Gen. French's statement follows. All tho rebels In Dublin have Mir rendeied. The city bt icported quite t-a f e. The rebels In the country districts arc surrenderliiK to the mobile columns. There were l.ndn prisoners In Dub lin on Sunday, of whom ! were sent to ICnslatiil l.utt nlfcht. It Is reporti-1 from tjueen-tnwn that hopes were entertained there that the arms of the lebels would be handed In to-d.iy at the city of Co tit On Sunday night tho rebels at i:n nlscorthy offered to surrender their leaders and anus on the condition tliat the rank and tile would bo allowed DR, BUCKLEY'S ONLY-1 DAUGHTER ELOPES Heroines Seeret Hl'ide of Yoilllir , Italian She Met in Settle ment Work. ! SHK IS AND HH IS 21 Morristowv. N .1.. May 1 M.ss Sarah I Muekb.v. only tl.tushttr of the I!ev. Dr. .I.ttii' M Ituckley, many .vears editor of lb" New Yolk cirl!in .tdto mie and one of the best known Metho dist divines in tlie country, was secretly married on April 1 to l.rncst I'lgnone. an Italian Jnurne.vinan tistson who Ihfs in Flagler street, w.tlim the limits of Morrlstotvn's Italian dl-tnct. The cere mony was pel foi ini-I at St. Mark's Church in New York c'.l. The happy .voting coujile had planned to announce the fact of the wedding on June 1. ?t which time It was, expecled tlmt Ir Hurltlcv would lie attending the Geneiat Conference of the Metiiodlst Church in Saratoga. It was said to-night by friends of the family that Dr. liuckley was still in Ignorance nf his daughters marriage. The clergyman's telephone was reported "out of order" and efforts lo see him were unsuccessful. Miss flut'Kley Is 3J and I'lgnone is 1M .vears old. It was asserted lieie that l'ltrnone's family belongs to the Catholic Church. Miss Hucklcy has long been an active woiker In the Morrlstown Meth oillst ICplscopal Church, of which she Is a member. The marriage is the result of a ro maiite that started In the Neighborhood IloU'-e with which .Miss Ituckley Is affili ated its a volunteer worker In settle ment work. Her activities in this direc tion often tool; her to the Italian dis trict I'lgnone, It Is said, visited the house and frequcntb drove Miss Ituck ley lo her home in her own atitomo- ' "ciKnone is h fine looking voung man mill posesses quite a icpuliilion among his friends us an alhlele. He Is said to have much ability as a wiesllei On April 1 the young rotiple went to New Ymk city "lid weie married. Thoy ('nine back In Morrlslow it after the cere mony and Miss Hucklcy went directly to her father's houso at Hi Hill stteel, while rigiione returned lo Ills home In Flagler stit-ct. lloth nglt-ed lo keep the secret fioin their friends nnd the fuel of ihn wedding didn't become known until to night. The bride is now quite III fioin an nt lack of iliinimatlsin and is under Ihe into nf n plivslohwi. She, Is one of Ihe most pcpul'tr' youiiK women In Mniristown, Shu Is splendidly edui-iiled anil speaks several languages, IncludlliR Italian, Fieiiclt anil German. She Is a In uiielln, Is slim and rather tall. URGE MEATLESS THURSDAYS. I, tuition lleldrnl Also Simm-M on-tlcitliolle Vtondn UiNPov, May 1. An appeal Issuetl b a ciiinmlttee of twenty-six leadlnif lesldenis nf London lo-day urges the public to rffialn from the use of nieat cv"ir Tliuisdav and tu abstain from alcohol every Monilay In Ihe interesls of ecniinui), The signers of the appeal Include Government olllclali, selcutlsti mid writers. to return lo their homes They weie Informed thai the only lei ins under which they could surrender were un rondltlonal, These, tonus were ac cepted at t! o'clock A M. Accordlnc to later teports the rebels are now surrenderlnR to-day on these terms, Soldiers mid the, Hoyal Irish Con stabulary captured seven prisoners In the neighborhood of Ferns to-day. Wleklow, Atklow, Dutilevln, Huge nalstown, Wexford, New Hoss ntid tho counties of Cork, Clare. Limerick and Kerry are generally quiet. The whole of I'lstcr Is reported quiet. llrt'oiiMi-iii'tlnn Work Uncut!, In Dublin the day was tlexottil ehlelly to rounding up the handful of snipers' bands who tried to defy the troops even after they had realized their "cause" lint of an "Irish republic" was lost The reconstruction work In the partly burnt and destroyed centre of the city Is already under way. The civilian pop ulation Is being 'alien earn of by the Government troops, who are distributing food and tcbulldltiK homes. I'. II, I'earsc. the "provisional Presi dent" of the rebels' "republic" is a prisoner. He Is suffering from a bullet wound In the leg James Connolly, the "commander in chief," s not dead. s officially reported yesterday, but l wounded and is among the prisoners. Gen. Maxwell, tee British commander In Dublin, reporied this nfternoon that quiet had been restored throughout Ire land with the exception of Ashbourne and Knniscorthy. Ashbourne Is not mentioned Pi to night's teport from Sir John Flench among the placet where the outbteaks have been quelled. It is thtiefoie pos sible that here the rebels are sllll holdlni; nut. It was Indicated to-day that the rebels, who Insist on continuing in theh sniping! activities have little mercy to Xpert! from the Government, whle't hn wide! powers under martial law. The greatest disturbance duiinR Fri day ami Saturday oecuried In County ; Meath. north of Dublin. Then the ! rebels had succeeded in "urioundlng and I disarming a small detachment of l!oal lrlh Constabulary headed by an lnpec tor. The canity authorities telephoned1 to Dublin for aid, which promptly arrived In aimed automobiles A .voung libel' "lieutenant" with a patty of followers, bearing the new - of the "army's till ren der, inarched to Dulilii. Castle, where he gaw what bad become of his brethren Pi arse told him it was "all up' and the Cotifiti'i'd on 7ilnl I'ayr j RUSSIAN FORCES NEARING BAGDAD Defeat Turkish Delnrhiiient. I Ciiptiinnir Artillerx and Ammunition Wagons. TWO A It. M IKS ADVANCING Sfiffi'il i nt. Ir Htiiateh In Tltr Si s I'ETnoiiiMt', via London. Ma 1 A Russian aitny Is new approaching Bagdad ami has repulsed Turkish forces thrown out to oppose It. This statement Is contained In the ofil lal bulletin issued to-night by the lttisslnn War Office. For the first time in weeks ltagdad Is mentioned In the otllclal statement as an objective of one of the Kussinn ar mlfs, which made Us way Into Tuikei through Ihe iniiuntalu passes beyond KeniiHiisha In Persia. The last news of this army was about two weeks ago, when Kdwind, on the Turko-IVrslan frontier, was captured It Is piobable that the Hrltlsh army, now about 100 miles below llagd.ul and about twenty miles below Kut-cl-Aiiiara. Hie none of I the captnte of the surrounded army, of Ch-ii Townsheiiil. will cooperate with i the liusslau fmces Another liiisMan ainiy is advancing on Dlarliekr. with the probable Intcn- Itiou of taking Aleppo and leaching tin I Meillierranean The stiiteiuent vvhi, h was Issued to day I i.iiIh as follows . On tne Caucasus ft mil. in tlie dl leeliou of Dlnrbekr. we lepued the Turks. In the iliie-tion of lligdatl wo thiew hack nil tiiipiii't.'int enemy do tachinent to the w.t, capluilng a portion of their artillery and a number it ammunition wagons, IllG 11ATTLE soo.x. Illll. (ion Turks, Defendlou lirlu unn, Iti 0itiisi lliisnljiiin. I'AIIIS, Ma I. A ib iterate battle be twii'ii a foire of Ion. Dun Turkish troopH, drawn up In defend LrzliKim, 100 miles wott of Hi .erilin. In Asia Allnor, and the inv ailing HunsIiiii niiules Is evpnied soon, aciordlng to tb" TI Ills con espnnri cut of the Pat Is .inn no The lliissiiins, wlin have not met with ,t decisive check since befoie (lie rupture of Jlrzei inn, ale conlldmt of victory, but Hie Tiliklsli lendeiH ioalio that If lb" Itllf-slau offensive is lo bo slopped a de cisive Turkish vleloiv inusl be n isin d at once The load to Krzliigau lends to Slviis, to Angora, mid nn to I'uiiManll ikjiI". ninl a desperaie effort lo close it to the Itmtdatin at once In believed im- nilneiit j J0,000 HRITlSfl LOST? 'I'ovt lishenil Offeri-il (n It for I on. j illtliitml surrender, Turks -n.. Ili;ni.l.s', via I.oikIoii, May 1. Accoid lug to a Coiislaiillnople despatch to the Overseas News Agency, Hide weie L'O,. (ion llrlllsh casualties in .Mesopotamia during Mmili and April It lit fluted 1 1 lit t Gen To nxlieii'l of feted to surrender Kut-cl-Aiiinr.i, tvltb all his iirtlllcrv n ml inoie than fl.nno.nnn (?.',,non,i)00) In cash, on ciuidiilou Uil he receive mllltnrv honors, the despatch says Tlie Turks declined mid Ihe llrlt Ish tlien suirrudereil iincoinlliioiially. The booty lias not been reckoned, imi 11 Is known that four Gencr.tlr', 2o oilier llrlllsh ollhers and 1 ml I it ri ntllcers were ciitituieil, llalll Pasha, the corn liutnder of the Turkish forces, permitted Clen. Townshend tn retain his sword. I ROOT BOOM BRINGS LEADERS TO SEE HIM Nalioiinl Coinmiftedimii War ren of Mieliij-'aii ('nils al Hi'ihIiUKiHits. (H'i:xi:n at Manhattan First Definite Step of .tepid) Means to (Jet Hack of State Candidate. ttetdquarters from which a campaign to boom Hllhii Itont f,)r the Presidency will be directed were opened yesterday on the eighth floor of the Hotel Man hattan, where two rooms have been taken by former Congressman John W. Dtvlght. with Charles M. Pepper In the oiling an tho director of publicity. It Is not the Intention of Mr. Pepper to wield his pen fioin now until the lie publican national convention at Chicago mi June ', In suppoit of Mr. Hoot as the. very best candidate the Republicans can find. He hasn't prepared any cltcul trii nnd he probably will not. It Is Just possible that some of Mr. lio&t's speeches may be reprinted In p.tniphlot form, but so far as plans for the im mediate future are announced these headquarters are not to become, a print shop. Ilnrnes Mmurstol Idrn. There Is bark of the opening of tnese headqualters an idea tli.it viiu suggested by William Hames a few weeks ago as the le.uion for his opposition to the ion tinuaiiic of Fiederlck C. Tanner a ihairman of tin- ltepubllc.ui Slate com mittee. That Idea Is that a politn.il cam paign i ant bo run sueocfull unlets there is Sinn,, on,, in i.inip.tign for Mi T..titier, an .idvoc.ile of the nomination of .lutiee Hugliif. Iielu-vts that en thusiasm rould be .iluusej even if It were not at all suio that the petsoii around whom tliu enthusi,im was to ,tntio would will-nine it. Air. Minns took the stand that it was better for the patty organii.at.ot! to gu; behind outelwii.i who was known to be a candidate and boost him with might and main. Such a pro gramme made foi patty coheieiicy It kept Hi" maiiiinei working. It de veloped dlMiH-sain. It was sure to btln out tin feeltnus of 111" electorate. Now so fai as is known .Mr. Raines has nothing to do with tin: opening of Root headqiiarieis, although b, , avowedly In favm oi nominating the former Senator Rill friend of Mi. Rool thought hat bv opening headquar ters thc would l.i eicihodi know thai .Mr. Root was a candidate. No one would be left to tbnibt that Mr Root wanted the place If Hide were mil ie.il demand for his serviies lie ,il make no formal aiinoiinteuient ol bis , .indidac.v unless some liiciiin-iaiice makes that advisable. Ills headquariciB ate open Anv one u lio wants to go Ha-ie and sav that he thinks Mr. Root is He ,,.,t qnaliilod , j,, this illtllltlv to t,iK" (hatge o It govel mil' Mil may do so anil he will bo web nine Sev eial delegates to Hie Republican ii.tliitti.il tonvention fioin this stale did ih.ii ve.. terda.v w "rr ,f t li-iK ( .. Meautvlille Mr R.eit will i oi.fei wi'h Ids friends thioughotit theioutnr.v Tlio.v will receive f inn. hlin veiy dellnlt" In funiiatlon as to his attitude tnu.nd liiliuineriilile goveininental problems and .Mr Hwlght and .Mr I'epp, r will see to It that they ri turn to their lespcrtive States well supplied wlih Information as to where to llnd Hllliu Roofs tempi of seniles pel formed ,n pis cuntr; Hie of Mr Root's callers ,vcs,rda.v was National i '011111111101-1111111 Charles It' War ren of .Michigan I'olltlcl.ttis admit that tlie opening of Root hcaihpi.il leis is about I he Hist iletl ulte step that R piibllcaiis have taken to boom a nal rici.tclill.il possibility fi 0111 this Stale Inquiry has tailed to ill, close any nmctto.1 niovemeiit to crys tallize Hughes si 11II1111 nt. Tlicte his been no Hireling of tin- deb-gales to the convention and Chairman Tanner said o3tcnl.i that ho dldn t know that any meeting would bo called Gov. Whitman, who heads the del.-ga tlou ; .Mr. Tanner and sev-il of the delegales have tit god .ltis'l-.' Hugles as a candidate, but Ins attitude Insn't liiade it possible for tlici' to :i-ep Into the open with anv tiling tnai looks like it campaign, lloth Mr. Invlelit and Mr. repp-r feel that .Mr. Roofs indirect declaration of his candlilacv v. Ill servo to give the bewildered something definite to think about Mr. Pepper will soon 1. iw foi fill digit to open headquarter ilieto l.ll.e life supporleis of other Republican can didates, bo will make pieparatlons there to meet the ovpeclcd onslaught of Col Roosevelt. If 1110 thing Is ilotlnU" '11 tlm minds of Ri publican lea !": - now. II Is thai tlie Colonel has b 1 weakened during the lasl Iwn week and ,1 is their Intention to iiii-umso Mi's weak ening if the can Mr Tanner said esletdn thai tills was th" feeling of organization Republi cans here Tiny expect tlie Colonel to threaten the conv etillon with the huge) of Ills Progressive pally unless be I tiotTitii.it. d. but with Ihe Massachusetts results fresh In their minds tlie-e Icul e:s feel that lie can be bowled out suc cessfully Campaign he nlqiiaitei s for Gei T I'obinan ilu Pont were opened jisteiday In Ihe iccepllon iiuini of the Wablorf Astinla. It I ilii'lerstisid tin General's emnsiign fur the ('residential uoniina tlon will b" 111 full blast 1 o -1 1 . 1 . Ileur.i lluiielle wan III cliatge of tin- beadqu ir tets .vesieribiy aftei noon. Th" leception looni Is back of the newsstand, on Ihe Tllllt-tlliiil HI reel side of the building I SATS HOOT WILL LEAD. J Sennlor H'ndsviorlli lleolnres Netv V. ork Vlnn In linliiliiu Slronulli, ' WvHillNiiniv. Ma t --IJx-Seii.itiu- Itoiil will have al least foily voles out of Ihe New Yolk delegation 011 Hie Mist Isillot In the t'hleago kiiivi-iiIIoii, accord ing to nil i-sluiiito iniiile lo-ila.v bj Si-P-n 1 111- Wailsvvoilh The Senator hollow be will nl.'ii gqt many neb gules i, oihir States, wlt'i an Incicasliig number of iiccesslnlis ns Ihe balloting piocecils. Srualor Wadsworlli was In pt liiis, in ilny oxplaiuiug In ills colliagijch Juki what he has to do with Hie Rool luinm He denied that he was in have oliaigo of Will hlngtnn headquai leis, bin 11 Is known he Is ready to assume full icpun slblllty lor doing hal he can In pio. mole vi Rool's, candlilacv iiiiinng S, n. alius anil Rrprrsinlalivc." There will be no biviiich hcadqiiarlos lieie Several Senatms piedieli-d lo-ilaj ihnt Conllinirij 011 Fifth Mac. ROOSEVELT URGES PATRIOTNOMINEE A Man "On Whom Hepulilt cans, Progressives and Inde pendents fan Unite." Ihk pits amkrica i-mhst lias Not 'Hvpressed Himself as Heinty ior or Airainst Any Man." Ppon leturnltig from Chicago yester day Theodore Roosevelt put forth a statement In which he said, speaking of national convention itolltlcs, that he has not expressed, nnd does not Intend to j express himself "as being for or against an.v man" It Is his evrn.-st hope, he .added, that thete will be nominated at I Chicago a candidate whom all Inde pendents, pattlcularly Independent I Democrats, as well as the combined Re- I publicans and Progressives can support. Col. Roosevelt repeated that he Is not Interested m the political fortunes of himself or others and said the delegales to Chicago ought not to nominate him; unless they are w snare. I to make the light along Hie lines of Americanism, which he has outlined, Ills statement folluws "1 never tetunied from a trip through the West with linnet faith or greater pride In the patriotism of the people. What Is necessary Is to inform tills pa triotism and to rouse it lo deeply serious lonsideratloii of our tuesoiit national needs I was most ileepl Impressed by what I saw and heard while In Chicago not only roncernliiK opinion lit that gloat cltv. but III the Central West geiietall I --Silrll of NiiiIimikI I nil." "I st .'1 al. . at r.es'.ni s mid lnrerit I that 1 tel'itn to 111 home tejolclng In the conn, t.. mi that our patriotism Is not j slrmked bv tin lsiuinlary lines of States j or of sections nor il'vlded along Ihe lints I of . reed or t.n i.il and national origin. I but is continent wide and people deep 111 Its intensltv. t vlc.u. Its vision and 1 It spirit of national unitv, "Manv wei: meaning persons hail , warned in- nefore I left tin- Kast that I this was not tint' and tint; if I wished 1 vn sutlsfy Hie people of the ceiitl.ll West , with 1111 spret-n I would have to tone I down Hie v.ews I have bieri exviesslng for many x-.u and espeoiall for the pas' tw entv -on" months as regard, pre , parodi, 1-s, national ilut.v and Anmlcan ism tinialntid l, tie h plieii : and th.it I w.'tild have 10 soften th" harshness of the uiipbsisaiii f.ti ts as to the real nindltloit of the nation Tills was not a course I could follow "Wh.r. I sav to one Hri!on of our po ple is vvlm 1 I sav mall our people voty where. I have alwavs -sioken anil shal! ilwavs speak on the isties ,, the da as oatikli iinrl v go.iiusiy in (,te pari ul our . ,un, v .1 - -. a1! otliei ..it 1. I know no West -. L.i.-t. no North, no Soutli --t o scciiin, at al in presenting to m.v count-1 men wba. I regatd a the vital lie, .1 of out nation to be piepared in iniike good cvei word Us ilnvcrii ineut al Washington s,,j ,,r,, ,i,.rj iibnl tin which this nation st.mds Patriotism ('nines I'lrsi, "i nm mil .11 the slightest degn-e .on .t' noil Willi the political lesults to inv s, If in In ativ other man of ttie views I espifs I .1111 cnin',-1 lied onl.v with awakening, iiefir,. ,t is tun late, tin pitri ilic .pit t that 1 know Is deejily iiMited ,i, out people and .11 bunging ''. t' u pi pt and l-ien ie.iliz.Uinu ol 0111 1 .'spunsdniitu.,, !l( d iippoiiumties as jl nation, "P.itnotism u-iist be the vital. zing and illieclmg lor,-,- in shaping the policies of our G.ivoriiiiiciu at v .Islington. It must not In- tompeied b.v a timid logatd foi alb gid s'Vtioual Inibrfeiriice to our na tional rights and dlguit, not- by Hie own more uiiwnrili fear lh.it some of nut people put loyalty to the laud liotn which they 01 their forefathers sptung above loyalt to our common II. ig and 10111111011 count!. What we 1 1 at Washington Is ,i national pro gramme not based on vote getting 0. voto losing, but reliing on ami having faith In Hi" in nail patriotism of our peo ple as a whole, w.tliout ,111 regard wliatcv't to the sc-llon 111 which our people live of the iicoil the profess ot the land irom which their forefathers came "It cannot tie e.ial ,j ..f ten that tills is a time of crisis in tin. naiu.n s cat err. We are now- la lug down the foundation and the loiitrolllng lines of a new era in our hisioi i:orythtng 1 ,.ilM qo will be it. .in- to si ' that the people. West and l.'.ist. realize the r.tots an,) act ac cordingly Ity no act or mine. In no wold of mine, has th. grave qiKstlon loon Involved in la. tlnnal polltlm n ever Stale In whleli the law governs such manors I have promptl) withdrawn 111 name tiom all factional strangles. Una nl I It pressed III If, "In a cable message fioin Trinidad in; Mai oh : last 1 requested and insisted that my friends 111 Massachusetts rc f 1 .tin from such 11 contest ami vvould have Invoked Ihe law them as ,11,1 In other Smies If them bad In such a law In that statement 1 i,s0 sai l that I wns not Interested In tb,. poHtl cal fortuui either of 111 self or o'hers. mid I haw trsolutol.v stuck to that do ' termination "I lime not expressed ami do not In tend to evpress nijsilf ,S being for or against mi) man. "As legal lis in self. I do not bellow ' that the delegates ought tn nominate mo at I'hlcigo utile.. ih,. in,, prepared wholeheartedly and without teseive to make Hie light along Din Hues above outlined I nm lighting for ieitnlii great and vital pi Inciples. "Those who lake their stand In ilijs matter because of factional or personal piejiiillco a ither lacking In patriot ism or else me 1,11ml tn the tremendous forces nt work the world over. In ihe midst of a tiagedy without parallel In t In- world's lilstoi-, and besot hv dan gers lo ourselves ntilv partly revealed t oven tn the clearest vision, the work to bo dime Is nut that of Ihe politician, hut of tho palrlol "I'nr thai reason I must eurnrsth hope Hint Hie delegates who go to n,. i-iiuii will niiiiiliiiite siime man on wlinni llipiilillriiiis and Prngnsslif ran ,.,,,. blue, nnd who iiinreotrr can lie henrtllv supported hi all liiileienilrlit rlllins. anil parllciilitrlj h all Independent Ili'iiiniTiils who are Injnl to the nn. t lo ti it 1 1 in of Anil re 11 .liirksnn and who 1 e prepared to put ihe vital hnnor and Interest of this tin tlun almie nil mere purl ln 11 fini'l'lcra! linn, "I hope Ibev will choiise a man upon whom nil can unite and who if circled nn can be (tlisolulelv reilaln will put the principles above set forth Into nclunl effect In the government of the country" I "Wo want Tedil ,oo," was the sliuut NO MEXICO WITHDRAWAL UNLESS CARRANZA SHOWS HE CAN CONTROL BANDITS U. 5. READY TO DEFEND ITS HONOR BY WAR, SA YS WILSON j President Deflates That the Country Still Has the I "Don't Tread on Me" Spirit Sees Spiritual Regeneration in World Conflict. I WtsiiiNUT'iN. May I -President Wll-.tlce mid liberty slioind i.eloi.g 10 Amu son lias spoken to the country for the mil in 11. so rat as Win-llou was first time on the glories Instead of the ;'.,,"l',',l',f'1 "" "" influence Involved. ,,,, , , , "'cy should be extended to mankind horrors of war. To-day, In an address everywhere. So the Inspiration of sen before 500 women who have voluntarily j lug Atneiini Is a vrry profound liisplm entered mmp at Chevy Chase for a course of "first aid'' Instruction, the, President told of the spiritual regeiiera- Hon that he believed would come upon the I.'nlted States sho'uld It be compelled to make the great sacrifices entailed by participation In war "Gisl forbid tliat we should be drawn Into war." sa.d the President with Im pressive solemnity, 'but If we should be America would seem once more to shake herself out of ,1 dream and fa, 'Did any man deem that we were asleep7 Did an man deem that we had forgotten the traditions of America V DM any man dtem that he could tamper with the honor or the Integrity of Hie Ftnted States?' And in the gnat voice nf na tional enthusiasm which vvould be raNcd all the world would stand once more thrilled to heal the voice of the New Wotld assorting the standards of Justire 1 and llbeitv." VI r. Wilson's IdiD-i-is. Is the text of the I'l esiilent's llete is tne text or Hie rtesnlent a I mouguis 11111 nacb In wn.it Weie pel M'eecll : Imp nm divided allegiances 111 tespi.t "Ladles of the .amp It u iji'h ,in 1 to our relation's to each othet Amoilci affected ploasuie that 1 . ine to greetlh.nl l en btnught to sqch a point of ou as .voti have assombl'-d for the in-1 d'veisiilcatlon of intrtct, nf occipatlon, teiestlng things vou aie going to do. 1 of obje, t sought that sh,. was m d.ingir 1 have alwas felt that thete wa ver.v of living t'10 "iis.-iousness of her slngb. much mole Inspiration In tilings th it ' tie's and solldanty wen- voluntarily done than in things '-There weie men pulling at vtoss iur that were done under ottlci.i' direction poe In ngaid tu the.i private Inlercets and by othilal siimmons, t ti ml thcii public ende.ivots in this ioun- "You hale volunteered to come to-'try long before tin- war mine to remind gctlier without otllclal suggestion in 1 u Hi 11 we won- a single nation with 11 order to study some things which, w bile I .ngle muI and 11 sinKo ideal; and the they me oli.naoterl.tlo of tho sort of first thing that Ii,, happened to us is comfort and assistance which women that W" have all been pulled togi tiler '.v have been a.-iustonied to offer, ate never- a great tug at the heart in to.peit of theless ,n Hits Instance as-iiolated w 1th j our I11d1vldt1.1l Inteiests. ,1 very great intlonat concetitlon and j "Wo have all been reminded w.tlt an J," . . enipn.isis for which I. for one. thank Go. I 'Ue of course ale living in the pros-, that we are tliet of all Ani'iilc.ins and ence of conditions which wo emtio: vet, only after that at liberty to seek our nse., because they ate unprecedented. individual inler.s! ".Mid then those ..f Th- world nevei witnessed sin Ii a vvat , our fellow . tizens w '-o mav f..i a I fie a is now convulsing almost even patt v.li'te have been ieinpie.1 to th.nl. lather of the world exiepi this part w HI. 1. -we ,,, ,,. j.,,,,,. f then- origin than of His nive aim ivmiiii -e.-i. i" s:ii..ku.iiii alio the very foutidatlo-is or the .il.lni.ir life of nations have been ,Uiiii 1...I s,, ,,.,.py disturbed that no man an pted.ci w-ha: the llnal setileuent Mill bo And If this war has done milli ng else it has a- le 1st done this t ,,, nn.. I.- Amen, a aware of daiigets ivbi.'h nio-t nf u had ilertned 111. teal, and ha' iu.nl.. us awate that the danger nf 0111 own -ime s nothing less than an unetti'tiicnt of the foundations of 1 Ivlllzatlon "t "Iv lll7atioti dues not rest upon war. It icsts upon pen. e It rets upon those things winch nieii ,iehl'-ve b.v inoperi- Hon and mutual intetest In one another. It does not nourish III the soil of llos. tilltv and antagonism, am' a wnrldwiiris a war In the presence of wliiili clillu.i ttott holds its bioath and woiiileis if i will itself survive "As ive See these groat ss,. Jnll.ed we on this side of tb" water mo done this gieat s. rv ice Wo are lemmdod of our spiritual lelatloii not only to this gtoat struggle but particularly to this gteat nat.on of which wo ntistlltlto patts. and out spiritual 1 ol.it ion tn th? rest of the world Is determined b.v otr yi1111I11.1l relation to America. "You have cmne together tn lie pre. paled for any 11111isi1.il ilut.v whlcl Ann ilea calls upon you I" peilonn, but what has moved ott to do this" Your duty to your touutry. Hut what Is tlm foundation of that imtv " What do .v,i conceive America to be ' "When you nine tn the last searchm analysis we do 11.1t owe any duty 1 xcept to those things tliat we bellow in, and ilu- gloiy of pet forming our duty imci'd Vmeilca ! than we b.'beve In Amoilci, and we b.'lleve 111 America li.iiisc I ventiiio to say It with eiulte respect for other peoples and other Governments tills 1 invcrnmcm was established wiHi a special putpos,. such as no other Gov ei nnieiil ever avowed. " I'lits 1 loverninetit wa ":ai. 'ie, "i order I at lustico (Hid l.beitv irigbi he ong to evotv man whom 0111 i-onsiini-Hon 1 oulil toin h and n-.t mill tint .Iih- Hint glooted Col Roosevel' when ho ar rived at the Grand Central Teiiniiial. The shoiilets nolo lew -nothing like tlie mob tlmt met the Colonel mi bis etitt into t'hleago. tot bis anlv.il Hide was mine generalli known than his is. 1 111 it hole but their enthusiasm ie ilceiiied their iiumbeis, mid Iheit leader, who inclined an Vmeilcan tl.ig with all the suddenness of a iitestnllgilaloi, led Ins handful of follow ets in the Colonel's automobile shouling "Wl'le heloie la-lo Tltlce 1 heels foi Ihe next I'lesldent'" Tie 1 heels nolo given, ami Ihe loader. , tint satisfied with lhat. .-nhlcd In ill- ileiillal limiult lo the Colonel, "What wo nerd brie 10 New Yotk Is a little Roosevelt il nainlte " Tin- Colonel, slopping wnli one foo' on the riinnlng boanl of his car, re plied "Tins people is all ughi all they need is to la w oki up " W,tb that. Col. Roo-evelt dofiod bis hat lo the crowd and stmted on his way to Sagnmoio Illll GERMANS DENOUNCE T. R. Ili-slllools of W'nslllimtllti Slate III Hitler Opposition, Tu-iiMi. Wash Ma 1 The G 111 AiiHilc.iii Republican Clubs of western Washington went on rc-nid here to-dt as opposll-g Hie niilllll'.ltnin of Theodore Rooseiilt foi the I'resl.li 111 y n snlu f.ill opposing Ron-evdt was ailoptrd, In be nililllllt.il lo delegation altomliilg 1)10 Slate Republican convention at North Ytiklinu this wi ok "Wo tiusl .vou will lead this n solution as 11 suggestion to delegates who will go lo the Itepillilli-aii convention ilt f (ago " is the wind to accompany the lenlutiili III nuilieinus speakers Roose velt wns denounced, -soinc of II11111 say ing that under 110 possible condition would Get man Ainci leans vol for him If nominated. Insplriiili r lb,- ( iHiflli-l. H.lVe villi Hot tlmio-ht llh.it mllit . be tin outioine of th.s gnttt sltuggte, so i.ir as in" nations alteauy engigul are concerned" cnn oil not Imagine the great awikeiniiK that has 1 otn" lo a country like Frame, for exiinip:e, how much more lu.enseiy ever Frenchman I mid every tie-man fo,r the Minimal I compulsion than In- ever Ml It nefore .' now much tnoie he f.-els hitnef not an individual but a fia-tion In gieat whole? How tit lie- .1 more his b,ood sprinc to the challenge of patriotic suggestion? "He N not lighting for his own lit.-. He s v u-oti, ,m Ujt imn j f , , mint, to sacrlllie it. in 1,1,1, r thai a gre-atei th-.ui ins might p-risi, the life of h.s nation So 111 Unci l.-u vie u.e ga ting illicitly the liiilheot betieil; u( Hmt suggestion We nto In ginning to -ealize how 0 11. 11. mi is ,1 milt and that any individual ot it Who does not feel the impulse, of Hi,, whole in,.s not lielotig to it and doc not belong in It. "We have lieatd ,1 fie.it ileal about Jlvldeil allegiance In this counttv. but ( before we disc i divided alligl.itue In tits olilical aspect w- ought lo let nil- " Lmil of the 1 ptesetit altegiamo have l' en t. illiliil. , lhat tnere speaking, onlv one aliegian and po,ssii.T,. I-. politlcall; e con. eiv.ible "1 Hi lied Vl'ollt H1pln.11. ' Vim have heanl a gte.it deal about the hv phot, I foi one have in vol- In n ileielved Tile lllllllli.'l of pesolS of reallv il.vi.b'd nlleglai 111 th,s ootin- ti I v.i uiall and if I had Im-n burn tn some otlu-i rountiv 1 would nseiit ( lb" mad I' I elit.ltlolis Willi It bale been !' those who nolo lull Hie slloke. men of those tne win, 111 tbov protended to speak In suggesting 1 divided al b gl.im e "I have tiew i bad the l,gbtist doubt n' what would happen when America calb-il upon tin t her citizens I1..1.1 in other . ..until. -s tn cine In the sup. poll ..I the 11. ig !i), th. v will nine with .heirs, thei will come with a mo mentum which w.ll make us fall?,- that America has nm,. more be, 11 ( rletl awake out of evi ry sort of illstoinpet ami dream m.d illti aetlon mid that anv man vvlm dales tamper with the spirit of Alltel CM Will be cai nut of the onll- flih-n. f a great nation up. .11 tlm In stant 'I believe Jh.lt 11 lertlllli pllltu,ll 1 rgeiiei .11 on i go.ng to cm., out of tin" Hung We have been thinking too 11111. Ii about otir lndii i.lual solvis ami too tntl" about the coiiiiti' of which wi lopstitute a pail, and one of the her vile whl, ii volt ladles al" going to 1 en. h i s to simw how. upon tin summons nt all. upon tile mere ntfering of the opp.'itunlt . Momni vvll com,, tngitho" tn lender those inr stlmable .rvl.-es whirl) me ni'i-i'ssii if Ihe count!' should get Into ntiy .iil nf t rouble ' It d . sell 1 1 -o was iifit Hut .1 :h 11 Vlnei en 01:; . f 11 dro in tin Pre- would ": 'dent pi 1 - ,'lke hi I I- O lit III . he ,.',1 1 ' 1 1 1 w 1 It'll- I ' h 1 . tl. ASTOR JOINS NAVAL RESERVES AS A FLIER I'iissps sji'.-d I'.Miiiiin.il iiiii for I'ulisliiii'iil lulu Sec null tint tiilion. Yin. et 1 Vs'n. irnioteil ove! in ill. III. 11 tel. of ihe ,-e, ntid Naval II. illation, Naval Reset ve. at the foot of Flfl.sec 'mill Mi cel. Ilrnokl 11, last night and made f.umal application fm oiillsitiieiit In the battalion newly inganizcd aetiiil . 01 ps. l'..'lluiilh ho was pip throiisb the ,'liv si.-.'i oxainlJialioii by the battalion'. I'll sici.Ni. In. Lynch, and was 1 m s -.(1 . It. '.hv' ""ir."' of a i"l. he !!! ta!;.. Hie .i.it ti of enlistment and begin Ids training Cnminodoii' Robert I'm shew, bead of the N'nval Militia of New Yuri; Stale, u-ccived Ml Astor s appllcat ion Some lime ago when the Seiond llaltalion ilocidcil lo omaulze an aerial col ps Mr Aslor iicai'd of Hi., plan and v.illllit'ci id to suli.-'ci lb" tnwaid Hie 1'iirchase nf a li.nlinaeiiiplane The ll'i-ll nf Die S, llllllloll Slllisi'l'lbeil l. 1 mill Ml. stol rlipi'lled tl'C V'.l'llll mine peccsMlt foi tile piucliase of .1 Hill- chine If the picsoiit pt ..gramme does not miM-iirey Ml Astoi Will b" pOmntei In the nlf!i-e of oni'lgii us toon as he liar innsliieil the I'llilluieiils of iiimil aerial work iinl later will be made a luiitenant and placed in comui.inil of the li.ut.ilion s aerial corps.. I'liilcil Stnk's Alny Inter 'iit if Canaiiistas At tack American'. DllASTIf TOLTCV V WIUSOX INDICATED Warninr Sent to Hip "First Chief" Through Two riiannels. .No DK3FANP 3r.l)K VKT r.V OIUiKfiOX" Helief Is That the ronfer ences Will On On To-dny. W.vslliMiTo-'. Ma' 1 Througn twj channels the Fulled States notified Gen. Calt.inza to-day that It does nor desir a; th's, time to discuss tlie question 0! w itliilt, living tli" American forces fiorrt M( xn o At the ildictioti of 1'iiSi.bnt Wilson Se-ietary Raker has si udvifed lien. Scott, wim s conferring with Gen. (Jbiogou on the border. Alter 1 otistiltatiiiti wit 11 Secretary Raker mid t'otiuselliir Polk. Se. letary l.aiis.ng later In the day Inform' d L'ilse) Arredor.-ln, tb" Mexican Ambassador Designate, in response to a pie--itig In qirri fiom (he latter, that tin- American Co vertiineiit would not be in po turn to answer Gen Can anz.i s formal lequcst 101 the withdrawal of tin- tin..ps until tl.e .011. lusloii of the s. ott-Oliiegim con fiionii's till lilgn otiicial an'.!, 01. tv it ituy bt sad tliat I'tesident Wilson has no In tuition of wlth'liawliig the troop", how ever .ns. sit ut Carr.tnza 111.1 be, until the de facto Government of Mexlm has ilem'nt"lrat"il In a practical way Us ability 10 oouliol tin- s tiiit.on in nortn irn Mexi. o and to plow nt 1 p. i.i.on uC tin b.ii. br oiitiagis Hon- lli-iisllo si,.., 1 nillciteil. Ml til" basis of llif.,1 III. Itl.'ll "I , . I .'Ion the salllo souioo till- Illfeieil II h.iwii that If Hi" I'arr.inz.i auilin. itie 1 attempt tn 1..1, up an.v threats , nii a.tu.il ati.i k mi the Amcm-an fo'n-s ,n Alexin ihe Admliiist: nliiiii 1 .rfi..rr.l , to invaib: M-xiio in tor e and take su. 1 lllltll'l- Slips ,ts inij ,, , f , the eablisbU!iit of a .stable g.i 1 ei.. III. 'lit in thai . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 That tlm Caiiauz.i ti ..eiiinu i,t wu d halo oieiiHiing to lo'- ami iiotung to gam in 11 long run b.v u, h a develop. tiKi.l is an atgtimein depended up."- in Adininistialloii cinle t. porsu.i.l, ,1.1,. umi "I.. lllen to le.lsoii' and t 1 1 01,. pi 1 1 dis. is nun Gen s. ..it 11, v ,..n, in: I I" I. H i"ti between Ihe 1111l1t.11. fn n i of Ihe urn Guv eminent.- in t.1 puisi,; of Villa and t'.e in,., I ,i-p 1 -a I u i bandit follow ers , The ciiinmutii.atli'M t, g. i, s..,.i- -,,. Sllil tills HI.'IIIM.Ml , rim,s, t,, ,11, ( . quill 1 1 urn him foi an innpiitb atiia. ot ins liistriiiiions Aiilti.ii.il Hie ,.f e St. nt had stated in bis repoii to ,:, n.. tat Rtliei that untiling like a iimvii. torv il.'uand f,,t a witb.liiw.il ,,t i,. Aiiieilcaii oxpo.lltiou In. I ...mi made If Gen iiliiraon tho latiei h.ol mdi, ate'l .1 lies,,,. f, XI'I e-n! "II 11, 1 p, t,C fl"lll t" l-llo, Sl.llos Gnler-llili rit II.. I "I o p'o. oidltig I ill tl sr w 11 Ii i, 10 nog, iila. tun. 1 oat 1 iniogoii 1 1 ,i . Is leg.lldeil 111 orfil.ll ill es '1 11. nn- il 1. nt not t, -1 u , tl.'.ilgh i il!z 'ig tnat the fin 11,. ei-niii. nt ,11 glu go , 1 joe. .. to .'impel .1 twtiiilr.iw il oi peil -IOI-. .1IT1, ,.,- 1, ', ,, ii mi tld, 11, 1 who I111V" . aiivassed 1 11.1t mi, .1.. not belnvo lhat Co . s ' "ii lo make good su. .1 . - 1 .1 an u -x i l.t J 1 H lll lllliu llvpccleil. 1 It IS ie,'.il,, PN "' i1. ma an .ictlw- p.ut i'.i ,, : . e ,1 mges in jUllr. 7. thai 1 j. ".' vi.e.-t, .1 to imi,,, . up , iibii-Koi mat .-my lock I., tw two ' loveriinientH brought aim. Il bv ' :-" 1,1 ( airanzista- mi p, , '..I. e Wnll'il plnbal'l.l toice I., 1 .state ., .solf.protfcliiiti 1,1 uiioTi C I ei t etlt loll, nffleiaU ,cte p,,,t ., .111. 1 tlio.v do not nppen- tn b. .1 ,i , . '- r 11 in ill, ussiiig priva'. i possdellty i.r llti ivention WOllll n thociill.ijisr nf iliei'airanzs G". in ... Almiilv threatened l,j Hie .unliifo nv.il lenders vvillilu nnd wliliou i'oiisiiiuiiii,,,,t paiiv, in, I lad funds at lionio nr ornllt aln-o.id, in, lana legime, it , expl.i. I. d. . .. . ovist long if th,. Fiuied .. ;, . its stippot t oi began tlie !.iv of , , ,i up Cue situation m Me,i ,. Nor .-"Ul.l the I'niie.l Si,,.,. . j it siipior1. even tlmugii It m u1 Intorvoii" In force it is s,,n. if C mil onl.v infused to oimperaio in t n i liable i flin t nf the Fnitod Sta'o . Uh tl.e hmnlltb who raided -.,i'i but Hied Ii fore t i duvo the ,v ,,. fiuce- fr.nti VIi xico in the other hum it . , , .1 that the Citiaiiza Gow r-'i'.-et i . . . oil, Hi,, if llifotigh oo.iii. i'iion i "tu-olllage the l'lllted Stiles t.. . fill liter .ml In hrlpiuc that i,...i be. inn - iii u.iiit.'il on a sisble f.iim.i . I In ' i till II In I slilo, A. to 1 1, in haul,' I's. i. III. ',.!- of ' Dopartmoiit t eluai-ked slglllli t t.i-da.v. air W'lling. oven i agi i . niniii'v to i 'a r ia uza and lot,' MIM.. '111111 out the llemolaliel lb . of th nm v pro ided he . n .1, Sll.lt, III allllU tO IIMI'tlll.!! i , i nml solw-ii'. i iooi ninoiit. 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