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Jstm. THE WEATHER. Cloudy to-day; fain to IT SHINES FOPv ALL ate shift) Highest temperature -yeW Petallpd fii ttier. null and m n PRICE TWO CENTS. VOJ,. LXXXIII. NO. 248. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916 copyright, 1!1, by tlie Kim MutlKp ami Publishing Association. WILSON 0. K.'S AGREEMENT ON HUNT FOR VILLA I'iditl( Cordial Coopera tion of Carrana anil I'. S. Force. TIIOOl'S NOT TO CO.MK OCT OK MEXICO NOW Wi'Misi.Tos'. May I, (Jpii. Scott was l ui ted hy Secretary or War Hake." tniivht I" notify ticn. Alvaro ObrrKon tut licsiilont Wilson pnllrply approved the teptrie aiTipemcnt drawn up nt pir border lOtifetenci-s T i' I rt.ilotit Issued thp following na'e UCIlt I I up i.x.in iic.l with the Secretary of V i tap rpport in.iile hy Hen. 1 1 tic h t, Sett of tho conference between litn and (ipu. iiiirogon, Secretary of W ,i! of Hip llepuullc of JIuk-ii, T',' rcpnit includes a Ipntatlvi ac ipinpiit iov critic tho futuie opera- tion of botn thp American nud Mcxl ran nvlll.iry forces and evidences ior di.il looppiatlon between thp two Cov eriiiiiints .n their poinmon purpose. Ah (his agreement Is being submit tnl to thp do f.irio Onvornmeut of Mexico. It would not hp proper for inc tn pprmlt Its publication until that Cut mniPiit Inn-had an opportunity to examine and consider lln provisions. Tin' fall text of thp proposed ngiee m 'nt will hp kIvpii nut Immediately upon its uiocptnnce hy hoth i Severn mem. In general I nu s.i that tt pto vdes a basis of cooperation which p-p.inlcs to prpvput iiilsunilcnstiindlng ml trPiiEthi nx thp cordial rotations of tho two republics. I'lnnl I'lMiforonoe onr, Pendlnc the. receipt of formal Infor mutlon that Carr.itiza h. accepted the tKrctmcnt, Its terms will not bo made ruMIc here. It Is assunml hy "ttlelals that h soon a (!en. Scott iocolos III" ln'tructlons and learns that ubrt con has heard from Carranz.i, he will ni-amse for & final ,'nnfcioncc for th" e. hanse of mt'flcatlons. It Is understood that follow Inn thc-e IX iuinses Seeretnrj of State l.alwlllt lh prepare a formal note to the Car rarza (!overnmeiii m rep to Foreign M nlster AkuiIiiv's suKBtftl Mi t nit the n iioernineiils treat for a withdrawal of liio Anieitean exnpditlon. This note will flute that Inasmuch a. i tJ e milltarv eonferences on th boitl. r ' hue resulleil In a mutual unthistnndlui; Antonio. toitmr to ronpTMiioir Iwtwpen th-fnrces I 'H boly reuneietl thU afler i.' i. two ili.vetiinientf.. it would -ein I """" ''' "'tachment in search of him n t . "ssnrj lit till-- l.ilie to undertake I At i d ploniatn l I'll. Mil of in t ntii;enit Mis the NtPnln'ctlniri - d entire s.iiifju.tiuii lo-day with ti-tns of the Si ott-t ilireRo'i acree. ' At his intifotence with the 1 , I fii i ' ' , ' T fu'l iletnleil lepott rceivtil last f i!rn. Scott. The President i.l to have expips.xpd himself a uhlj satistled. A' tin White Ilnii.se It was declared jn; M'ic.i.'.y that the aKieement iIock ii.' pi ihl for a withdrawal niovonieni of Mi.. t.nnp at tilth time and impose I.o t nif i-init on the presence of the ev-it.liii.i- i Mexico. The whole putpose ii'e.i ii ' i was statfd. Is complete co .PM.r..'ii lieiweiti the fnices nf the two ti..v. meets in the llii.il suppression tit l.e" hard ts. I e nf llnllrinids. fii .f the . oin-esstotis made by fibre r' " was said. Includes pti mission fv i lie use of tho Moxlc.ui railroads In pniv .inlnif the American force- "I'l.-iaV hole expect the cooperation to I'fsin on as the asreenieut Is rati-!-1 ' arranza forces in larse numbers I l.'-ni In move UK.ilnst tlie VIlliMus I'.'tr t ii south As. they drive the Ikui ih's cithwatd lb.- Ameiic.tii forces will ! .li.iwn gradually hack, the entire plan i.' "-uu fni tho malnteuaiu'e nf a moving ("il ilmui the banditti I'nder no clr- I'litnst.incii.. it I said, will tlie American 'r.n, hp withdrawn entliely from Mex I'O until Villa is taken dead or alive and huso ..f his fnllnwei s now in arms are dw rnl 'I'd. 1 ik di-s;iatclies tecrlved at Ihe W-f I it paituient finin Hen. Pcrslilnir t te that alt'ioiiuh Ills lio.ulqu.il tern and " lm!k nf Ins inmm.ind am at N.nnt i'pi iibcit 1mi mlloH south nf Coliim ' is. N M. lift. , led loltluuis under ''1 fi - liodii ,)nl Ihwni in o opctHllis: ' in ,i base al Mlnaca, slxtv miles fur 'Ii. i ., itli. Cr .in the dearth of it ports " uv.. nn"c the bordt-r conferences he f" t it. assimied theio has been little 'i' "i ,inv kind .... , ., .. , , ,i I ..- la If.i ni.-i.t.r.i.fn,riil h Hiilulr.fi rtf it-,, ii I, . . . , , i , , . '"'I' '""'" Is m-Uinc Hue of the ". 'r'. . .s In the I, campalKii to valuable information ciinceinlnc i' l ib- Mltitil.- tl-alisiini-tutloo. In. "bile supply transportation. In . ' ihe 1 '.use after Villa ami tho ' t th.. Mexican Onv nituent here t ' pn nut thp u-e of ihe railroads ii tin- iirui.v a tot.il of neatly Snn s ii',-. 1 uu the Iwcnt.v -self n avail- I. i'i'i il... . 'ins., lift,.- Vitt . ...i.l tl. n " "I. I I I. HI. II. 11, f. II... r.f ll.r. pu.l.Aq.lu r'i fl.l. CT : t tne the i-xprdlllnn was or- .1 bitruoi- TrimUs I ruinl, '' '11 nil the tru -ks pur-based f top and a half caji.icitv The I ... .. ss.i..l,-ition has reconi. 1 p. Mm., I d ti, ilie W-r rs pirlment live ton 1 ' the ,,.. tv-pp. 1 v i.i 1 id uf otlh ers nhhli passe el on 1 one irn, has 1I1 pl. d (hat while the 1 t"i, upp 1. petliaps mure suitable "' que t I I'M, 'r ,, l-'ieb l' hr ;,B ' nUlK 'f h . 1 "u'. :, ' ' , t . truiis-isii Litlon 11I0111; cood I .1 ! : .i I u 11 in tniiclt reiiintry itii 1 pref.'t at'le, .p.r i's'i'inh a Ihe bieakihiwti unit in a li.tui nf trucks ite s-lienH If the trucks were 1 k' .-.t-i 1. in In otder that a . il le-t uu. be male, however, nt 1 1 let nc.isip, irenerHi's 1i1.1si.n1 "i. ler. l n vi nil addillntiil trucks 11 . 11, if i'tituielii.'H nml (vpp. I .. PI SCOTT Sh'h'S omiKcns. P.vi "els I n-1 root Inns onli reiiees Will 1'vso. Mav I ilen soon n nil lilt On, Scott paid 10 ip.n 1 iliu unn In his pilvale car , i-e Ih.s .itict- n. He was iiccoin- d le I, a ul -Col Mlohio his old t ' i.-ti Hen Snitl iI.cIiimiI that 'S' V".. ' ..inil.. .iifn mil It is niil, how- ''' ' 11' hi -,Velt fnt till- lllirpose. of in. I '.".11 ,. ip.n 1 inreuoll lliot tie oxpecto.l ' 'iiiitioiin from tsii'tipton In a ;' 1 Hen 1 itui-iron 11.nl eviili-nced ii -i' 1 1 ni resilessiiess at tli" delay In the I'tion 11' official I'otift iciiccs. 1- "i b hefoiP (ien, Scull's call tier uwto!i mid ihut h had laclvcd a long ni"WiRi' coutaluluK Instructions from Cnrraiin n ml (lint II was helm? decoded 1 by Ills private societal)'. As (ho men sices owr the Mexican wires tne not :ih carefully coded as those sent hy tlcn. Soutt to Washington, It was expeiicd that ' I would hi' some time before the hips- -IRC- would ho ro.idy for Hon. OhtesMii'si coiishlot-aiinii. lien, Obrenou tccclvvil (ho Iniorma-1 t Ion thin afternoon In his press ties- ! pilches Hint tin- imn onicnt between him self mill (It'll, Scott liuil been satlsfnc lory in Washington, lie would make no comment, hut seemed pleased. Thin af-1 Iitiiooii, with his wife, hp mo(orpil toi 1:1 Paso on n shopping tour, Later hp i ninfvriril with (!pii. CkIIpm, coinniainlcr in Sonora. CallPK has Iippii imIIpiI to Mi'Xlco city for a conferelicp with Ctr iiinr.a. With (Sen. oliteuou at n mnruliiK con-1 fprptico of Hip .Mpxloan iiuthorltleK wrrc i Adolph dp la lltlptta. the now civil Oov- crnor of Sonora; lien. Si ratio, chief of. staff. Con-iit Anilrpjt (l.ircla and Mayor' I'rleto of Juarp. ; The Mexican (icneralK nip nouitn hat ' ImpatletK oPt the delay and unxlous In j hr lim the confi renpp to a cIojp. Thplr train Is In rcadiiiPMi to travp within I a few hour? I Vl. ttl.W. I... J t.n.. .t... i... I ' lco N'orthu pali.iti I! ui.-. vi.l il ., i ul.lt, ,o,.t ! i hy Hip depot tpiartc rm.ixter In HI I'aoo I consigned to the Aiueilcan army in Mex ' .eo would ho made. The railway official" rtalPtl thp new ihlpmcnti If nuthnnzptl nronatil!' will lie In the luiure of com lucicial ithlpuietit, as the.'p Hepuit lo hp no likelihood of (here holnc any proviso l.i the new ScoK-UlueRoii aitrccment foi 'I -talllnc new cnulpinent or the inannliiK of the traliiM with American crews. A litter rcceled help from the front aid that at San Antonio, Mexico, there aro now live reKlmpiits. of cauilry. two i rt-slments of Infanuy and three hnttcrlps . nf artillery. The mountains around San Antonio are a hunter's paradltte. the let tor ."tntpt, mid thp Kiilden with the troojis at this hasp ImiuKlK In thrpc dpcr ami j a lame number of duel.it on a rpcpnt . huntlni; trip and there wa.i a feast at headquarters, U. S. ARMY SCOUT KILLED BY BANDITS I!mI of I'. II. Holly, (lin e Cut tle Puncher. Found Xenr Villistns' 1 1 11 ii 11 1 s. ii Ki:oii(ii: ii. ( i.r.Mii.M s, Sftfntil Cotrfsportiltrtt o' Tut: llK.Dqr.i;Ti:i:s I'imtim; Km'Kpitiov, Ni:aU NAMtyt ll'A, Mexico, May .1. via radio to Columbus. N. M.. May 1. I". II. Molly, a resident of III Paso. Tex., who formerly lived at Iluhlllos. Mexico. wluie hp operated a larse cattle ranch I and farm, and who has been actlnc as i scout foi thp American forces under' Cen J'eishliic. was killed .vosterda.v : afternoon while looking for sIkiis of VII- llstas in tlie vicinity of Itublo, about forty miles south twpnty - tio miles of this camp and ! northeast of San "lieu 11 was ni.-coveien no .win ..i.-muc II is iieueieti inai iiony was a vicum i of a small hand nf Villistas. It was from Itublo that a bind o Vllllsiiis under Pablo l.ope. sallied forth the nlsht of January 11' last to make an attack on the train rarrj lug oinplovees ,,f the Cusihurlachlac tnlninp .......... i .i. ....i...i i.. .i... ..t ' nlreteen Americans. j Tlie little town, or lather the had-, end.i. has lone boon known as a resort nf Vllllsta leadets In this section nf the. State of Chihuahua. Soldiers and scouts have been warned acalhst appearlnc In, the vicinity without takini; ureal pre cautions iiK.ilnst surprises. Holly was noi far from Itublo when he was killed, i lie had rendered valuable setvices to (he ' a ruiy i HAFFER LIBELLED WASHINGTON .lnr Holds lllili (Jilllt- fler I'niir lln i'rlnl. 1 Taisim.v. Wah, -May I - Paul 11 Haf- fer, who leceutly wrote a letter to a I newspaper refeniiiK to tieoiue Wnslilnc. ton as a "hlaf phenier," "slav e holder" ' and tut "Inveterate drinker" was found Kiillty of Itbelllus Waslilir-ton s memory by a Supeiior Court Jury here last nlcht The maximum penalty for the otTence, luuler a State statute, is one year in the coun(y Jail, a line of $1.00", or both. The trial hiHted for four days. Col. I Albert K. .loab. an iittorney, caused Haf-, fer's arrest af(er (he lelter had been published. $2,500 NECKLACE SEIZED. JeMclrj. lllelllHll ( llliruod Willi Purl In -Hull Wokoii llnlilior. Itobert II IlroRaii, fin .vears oUI, a Jewicry saleMiian of ti"5 llinlhon slieet, was aVresteil thete last niKllt alter de nctlves and post otllco Inspectois. uctliiK on a M-arch warrant, found In bin safe a peail necklace valued al I2..HM'. which I they bolleveil wan pail of (no loot Moien until man poucius en i.-mv ..,- i"" ... , ., iiiunuiavv to tn h city on i-enruaiy " '"J ' ' w VharKed i,h havliiK , . ..... .. ' o. ..r..i .-imImi frnm the tnl.l the detectives and Inspectors. man, said, that the ornament was left they with til 111 In Mairii ror appiitiwii o a 1 man wiintsaiii no was r.uwani .1. wi . " ... ..... . . ... ,in Klviiw thin name was arietien in Ualtlmore last liiontn on a cnarne 01 linvinu HOii.nnn worth of the stolen se- .Kitties, in li s nosnes" on, The salesman, who lias had a clear If curd, said that he covild prove that other Jewejiy seized by the deteotlvrs last niKllt was obtained by hlni In leuitlmate transactions. AccordltiK In PoBt Otllce Inspeclnr Jiirol.. $S.0ftn wuith of Rcms were tahfSi. together with about IBSI.nno In stocks nud bonds. Thoiuiis Penson and Louis Wandler line also been arrested In connection with the robbery. SALE OF 2 jCENT FUEL DOUBTED. Surprise nl Kuril I'liuit nt llrporl I Chairman Mjers untKosled that the ... ii. i...i... 11.. 1 I Supremo Court was always bandy lo , f l.iirllil-Miilm Ileal. ,,,,,',1 to, I'lITi'iiiT, Mav I -There seemed In he "The Supremo Conn would hit abol stitpiise mixed with Inonslullty around 1 H,p, If II favored Die rillin.iihi," said tli; liuine office" nf Henry Ford here , I'lesldent Smith. "look what happeneil t when the news was received by leie - Kiaph from Now Vork to-day inai me 1 M. I... M 11 nil inns. Corptiralloii hinl houKlit Ihe inanufacturli'K rluhts, llled 1111 application fur a patent and hud pur chased a factnr.v silo upon which lo manufacture Louis Lnrlcht'H "two cent a (,'iillon itreen Kasolene." ..n.. i ......uilnn 11'ne.llier or not I ' 1 llieie in ......-... - -- a 1 1 nt Knricht rheap fuel lihu has been ,.,ild In the Maxim Munltlnn.s I'orpoia- Hon," Mr. Ford's, private secretary said io.1l.1y lo nowKiaiior mop "All I know about tho mallei Is the short statement in a newspaper "Wo have been evpeilmsailinK with I ,l fuel nt our Lorn Island City branch for several weeks.'' "Have you found the new fuel a suc cess?" wan iiHked. "We am not prepared lo clve out a ilelalled statement about our tindlitffs ab jet," was tho unawcr. 0 D ATT WAVO OATinilT U UrtlLIIrtlO OUUU111 TO DIVIDE ALL DIXIE HIM IS Uend in Kffml to Show I.. & X. mill Southern IMnnned Control. smith, an. ox s'r V I) ' . '" Two I'lrsidiMits I'om'iI "PiniTo" imtl Cortez" ( iiiTespitnilence. its ni Wasiiinotox, May Milton II. Smith. jrars old, piesldent of the I.oulsvlllo ii nd NaMivlllp Itnllroad, np- I'catt ll a" n witness hpfoio Chairman ! .M.xers of thp Interstate Commerce Com- mltslon to-d.iy In an Invcstlnntlim the I commission Is conducting Into the Ilium, i clal nffuiiit of that rallio.id. 1 A spiles of leticis was put in the rec- nrd h; Chief Counsel loll( written by Presltlent Smith to the late Samuel Spell ed, president of tlio Southern Mailwaj. These letters, beglutiliiK in February, IS'jS, are likely to establish for them selves a iimtiie place In rail nail history. President Smith styles himself "I" zarro" and Samuel Spencer "Cortez." I'nder tho names of these well known Spanish coiniuolors the letters describe thp plan, for the division of the .South I between tho liuls.lle and i.nV,.. i ... i . i U ,i . ...........ii ,,,ii, ,nu .-tv.i.iii it i. tiin nf . , , the successful proitriss of these plans In, tlie bulldlni: of the two sv stems. , It wah not explained Just what the I jcode words meant or whether they were I Intended lo convey a ineanlliK. There Ik no doubt ubuilt a t-erlous plan In divide the territory, members believe, although ! the two presidents might have been hav - 1 Iik their-little Joke about It ' Hint In divide Ihr World. B apiiointment (he (wo mllroad piesl tleills lne( al ICenesaw. (5a.. the letters, show, ami talked over tho tllMsInn The1 llrst letter, adilrerscd to Samuel Spence., I president, Southern Itallw.iy, An Broad way. New Vork, heitins as follows ( liz.irro How shall wo divide the new world'' Cortez I will lake Xnilh America t and ou can have all of South Am- erica. eiept , and neither of us , will do auythliiK to the Isthmus with out notice to and cooperation of the I other. ( I'lzarro While I'ataEonia Is not a I Verj I.irco or Itnpot taut pari nf the I world, jet, perhaps, .t s as much as 1 can tote I The loiter then Roes on and tlescrilies In detail the roads to ho secured by einli of Hie systems anil llnanrlal nrrnno- "'ents (o do made The next letter, ad- ill-eased lo M. II. Smith, niorldeiit. I N. It. I!. I.nuisitlc. Ky.. bcBins : Vum-.-Wui-nf -th-alwliint. Plzarro Since our last conversa tion, (ho division of the new world between Us has made some prnKiess. t'ortoz Yes, vou seem to have ac ipilicd Patagonia anil 1 have s.s iirod a considerable pall of N'orth Anu-iic i which touched my foi met terrltoiy, but It seems to me that you liave ac tpilrcd a oonsiiler.ilile neck nf Hut isthmus, which Is Hie cnnnectliiK llni. between us Was ,t imdi-rslniid that pniuiectlni; links which touched both of us should be a m. liter of consul tation before ai-tlnr; or not" I'lzarro "Plzarro ausweied not?'" queried Chief Counsel Foil. Ilniv Tlie Wnrl.rd. Prisident Smith nodded with a broul crin. and Mr Folk road several ex tracts as follows : That neither the I. A. N. nor thn Southern shall acquire lines in the teiillory of the other and that lines oonneiihiKT with or touchhiK one an I not the other shall be reganlcd as In the territory of tho one which they connect or touch. Thar neither will acquire lines allied by former ownership, lease or other wise lo tho other and which at the moment mo not controlled by reason of Pentium reoiitanlzatlon or other cause. That neither will acqulie lines which connect with or touch both, either dlrtctly or through subordinate or controlled lines, without pievious con sultation, and If possible agreement That neither will foter tho con struction of new lines or tho com. plctlon of unlltilshed ones in tlie terri tory of tlie other, hut when questions with refoienep to such linos arise we shall pun I b.v am i-euieiit with each other. If possible. This was nnsweteit b a letter f'-nm "Plzarro,' vlilually acneliiK to the terms laid down by "I'ortez" I'teslileut Smith later ill .Match, ISl'll, wroie a lelier to lieshleni fsjiencer KtntlUK that ho had JnM lecelvd a cnnlideiitlal 1 omniuiilcallon soitini; forth that the Tennts-ee Coil and lion and lt.1llro.11l Company was IIkuiIiik o a certain extension' and he enunted on President Spencer to head ii off Chief Counsel I-oik "ndoavot cd In Rot ' the iletnlls of sum. nf the transactions, but to Hourly all questions President answer l- of III VI I lid. 151111111 mtiiii"! o , i;p Plec 1 1 n-n.i. h. .nmui ,n.- iui.- m .1 1 ta(enient refericel to the commission as . " ! "Vou mean Hint we aie a political body in tlie sense that we must lepoit lo CoitKiess,' said Chan nun .Mji-is "Look al thlx pioceedliut." said Pus 1 blent Smith with a litoail kiiii. "A Sena (or fancied lie had a itiievnni.e aiialnst 'a railroad and Inlioduceel a lesoluiloti . ciIIIiik for an inicstlKatlon. and It was I adopted in the Senate by unanimous 1 consent when onl fourteen out of I ninety-six Senatois weie present. I "Vou do not dare lo favor the rail ' roads If you did .vou would be -abo. I islied." s.ilil President Smith 1 ,n the I'niteil Mates 1 iniinieno i.uuii, lieslileui nuiiiu anmiiieii that the Louisville and Nashville lent niiinev In Southern States when Ilis-Ir licisiirles weie mil usi illnwiiiit. Chief Counsel Foi'' placed In the rei ol ds statements slinwini; that I ho Louisville nud Nash ville had lenl tho St lie nf Alabama throimh the First National Hank of IllimlnKham U' I !','"' In IIML' and a like sum In I'.'IK Chief Coiuistl Folk asked President Smith if the charier of thn railroad permitted It to lend nnmcy, ami President Smith refer toil Cuiinse Folk In Hie rail, road's allnnie.vH fur the Information, Mr I'nlk stated that the Inans did nut appciil- nn the bonks nf tho cnuip.iuy as such "We loan mono) to industries, iilonu our line." volunteered President Smith, "to I'I'lP Ulelll .'ll'Mlfc', and whi-itj It proitu;d Irainc." lorimer to run for senate. l'tlllttrt, Will l'n Deltts, Thru Hook (n llounln onl. CtltcMio. May I.- William lorimer is iik.iIii a candidate for I'tilled Slates Senator. Actpilttttl lat nmltt of charges of em i.fzzleiiipiit and conspiracy In connection "lib the coll ipsp of the l.a Salle Slrret Trust and S.ivUiks ll.inii, nf which ho was fiittiililzcr and piesldiut. the e senntor hpu.ui to whip l.ls huslntss nf- shape ptpllmlnarj to reenter- me politic, i iiitlininir his plans ho said; "My first eflorts, as I stated to III" i .lory wlilch ac(Ult(ed me. will Is' to IP-, 4.ay to ileposUnrs tho money tlipj lost In tho crash of t'-o bank. I bollce 1 know the properties which have lit en In nlvrd In tho hank failure better than I the receivers and other ciltlcs, nml -vlllilii a year I can p.i off eviry dollai J I owe as a nsiilt of tho hank falluie. , Then my aim will be to ice'.t reelection j to the Coitfil States Senate and rPKaln I tho spat I once occupied In that hod." $20,000,000 PLANT IN VIEW. Irtlnu I. Itlioll lllsflisses Inn Willi i llniiinio Oflloliils II vvos sr., N .1 . May ( -A .'onferetue f the Ilayotilie t .ty connnls'lnneis and memlieiM of the Ciiamher of Co.il'iltrce with Irvi.iit T. Hush, iresiihsst of te Hush Ternilnal Coinpanv, yestcnlav ip suited In Mr. ltiih iicrpplnc to oonsttuct a $:n.non.(ino plant on the New York Hav shore, from Thhty-thlnl street 11.1 mine, to the Jersey City line, (no vldlnij the proposition mepls with the in ilor.utnent of the people of Hayonne and thp propprt ran hp obtained at rea sonable (Inures ti.ti.ti.. ...... ......... . .... . vfm(11, u...,r ,,ian 'coluln. mated. The prjpnwed tcriuiiial would hp dOUIlr the size of the one in llrookljn. RICH YACHTSMEN BUILD BOATS TO GUARD COAST Pltil.iileli1iiiili' Cl'iifl Will Curry (hiii; to Sink Kiiemy Sobiinirine.-. J Putt r.:t nil v. Ma.v I --Pr.i ate vaehls i so constructed lh.it lhe can tin coist I' patrol service .n time of war are helm; built In accords ii ce with Coveimnetit specltlcatlnns fur "half a d"Zeti wealthy Phllailelpht'ius who helteve in lielpluc j out on national defence The e-spl I will he made for speed, will cntr.v nuns. I wireless and a pone-ful se.irehllcht. I 'litose for w html tlv'se boats are belnc 'made .ire IMnai.l T Stntostiur. John It Fell. John Price We'.heill!. Jr., Samuel II t'ollotn Samuel P Kiddle i and Anton hlers. I! of the irafl will j have heeit completed l the nildilb' of summer. They wdl be eullsted In the ifSnverntneiit reserve and shale In Ihe tnvlll.'iT1. Tnlnlng'vntt-e arnitiSrfr-ny the Navy Iieparttuent for Ihe last of Atuuft j I noil tne nesinnnu i epietnoer The vessels will be manned In- tra.eed senneti from the Cnlted States navy i and will lie ditivtlv under 1.1011111.11111 of I their on nets, upon whom the rank of 1 ft'siKti will he 1 n 1 f. rr i'il li the I5nv ' ertinient I In time of war the v.nlits will In- e I pei-ted to help in the kind nf work now ' b Itm ilniie by pi ivalelj nwiied vessels ill IhiKland. whnh are patrnllliu: Ct.; icnist watctilim for subniirlnes It Is said the Herman undersea boats hive j found (hose a,-hts 'he'r sroatest I menace The lapd fire uuns on the de k of ' these varbts will cast ,1 3 pound shot. 1 which will do spitous ti.itnaae ,f il strikes 1 a submarine The nnh way tint a , submarine could att.t k the v.iiiit". ac 1 rordltiK to M' W.itjs. would be hv ri. ' lint to 'he surface nml RotUns its uuns 1 Into net on Put while 111 tlie process of rls.ns I' w iild b absolutely at the I mrry of the ja.-bt he asstits BRANDEIS REPORT MONDAY. I ill III 1 1 1 Iloeliles in ,ol Cnae He I'onubt Olll III M'lillle. Wvsiiisotox-, Mi) I Th" Senate, I'niiunlitee on .ludbinrv prohiblv willl teport the 1n1ml11.it iivii of Loin P. Ilran dels to the Senate on Mmid.ij, or soon' afterward, without an.v reconinienda llon. ll is iuiposhi.. to i:et a favorable n-iiorl with the present .'iimumoiit of tlie committee hu. Senatois who are un willing to xite fit .1 favoi.ihle n port ale readj to vote to lepori It without rcrouimciidutl.in and allow the Senate to flKht out the uif on lis meiltn JUDGE LINDSEY ILL. Willi, lie ss 11 oil lllull I 'el el- I'iiIIimv Operallnn for 'I'liiiitir. Iil.NViT. May I .Indue Hen Llndsev, who has made a national reputation throuKb his adjudication of Juvenile crimes, Is critically ill at Ills renldetice here About n week ni;o be was operated on foi a tumor In hi hick Ills condition has hei 01110 weakei, accompanied by a IiIkIi fiver COSTS HIM .$6,000 AS JUROR. Ilvvlnu, Silver lliilnn liliiu, I'nx I'ennlt.v for I'lilrlollsin. DnNvcn, Ma.v -He ma 1101 he a hero or wear a medal for II, but I. A. Cuing, the silver inlnliiK kmc of llouhler county, deserves one, for Mr. lOwliu: without cruiiililluir is saciiflcinir suine. t II 1 11 f? like lii.OOO 11 week llirntllth pall I eitlo motives to do Ills duly as a roo1 citizen. Veslerday Mr Mwinir was accepted as a Juror for the tn .1 of Atoiir.o Pickens at llouhler, who Is charged Willi slavinn his father, a wp.ilMy Lonsmont banker, last winter. THE CHICAGO CANCELS TRIP. I'reueli l.lner Won't l.enve llor ilenni To-iiinrriMV , n Sphnhileil, I'aiiim, Mtty I An ollliiiil announce nienl was niailn to-day thai the Fienchiof fieluiid Dun sleantshlp Chicago, schidiileil to leave liorilenuv for Now Vork on Ma.v ti, will not sail, Mull will lie pent throuith ICngluiid Instead. Moniv Milslordnin lleln 'nnue, LnNPoN, May I. -A despatch from 11 t ...u tl, ,1 in,. L.-.lll,..- ..r tl.A Holland - America Lino steamship vii.nw Aioslcidam for New Vork bus been istponod pi M.i) have salbd April 29 i She was to ( itAM.i-: in timi: mav oiik i i.miiii. i foiiiiin nritii: .vim itti, .siiutiiwesisrri l.linlted will leave New York l:5n I' V lintirnveil srevlee In Cltii-ltitnitl nml HI . nils Fur other lli.tnten luiunill ni.-riit. Mv. ARREST SULLIVAN j ACTDTOU DTATTHRi lv-Diilomiil of Xcw York In llritish .lull ('hiir&cd With Aidin- Kcviill. PA(5K TAKKS I P TIIK CASK Sir Ilnyer CiiM'iui'Ut Will Tried by .lur.v, N'ot by Cuiiit-iiinrtial. He i,,rifil r,il,lr Itupntrh In Tnr. Si s 1iMKi.v, Mav f.. It booanip known estotlay that .lames M. HulllMin of Now Vork. formeily Cnlted States Minister ... a...... t. I - ........ la. Mill,. . 1IJ ri.tlllO I "'III! IIhU, H- illir'Hll III - connection w.lh t'lo Sinn I'eln 10- olt, and that ho wa at once trans- ported In llnqland, wh"re he Is now , held i The arrest nf the American ex-dlplo-1 mat bad been kept a seeiet h the uu IhorKles, bill (be news became known (hroiiRh a leltpr from Mrs Sullivan to Ambassador Piikc, naklm; (he latter to Intercede In her husband's behalf The American Ambassador promptly commuulcited v. h 'he Forelsn Secte- tary, Sir lMward liiey. Dtdalls of the j chariiP on which Sullivan Is held mid , other circumstances renardliiK his arrest I ate unrtiown At (ho Fot.lKn " was cM.i.iii.ei, ...... .....j. ..... .. Maxwell. commander or i no u.nuar "r'""i". must W conicunl-l'ierman forces In .atpd with I cerfilni! Mr. fore au ftntetueilt con- I Sullivan's can- nude The corre-pomlelit of TlIK Si s Ms re eelved liifniuiatlon from an authorita tive source that the majnlil) if the lebel ,,, ..vcoii! the ringleaders, will . not he tried by court-martial, bticwlll be j interned for (he remainder of the war. Arctrdlni! to tho moinms newtpajHis I He tleiav In the tilil of Sir liou-cr Ca... ! ,m.n( is to no (raced tn lh fail that his I. . .ii ..... i... . . .iiii-t. in. .rtlnl. us in the f the thrte leailelS lit tllp loVOIl who have b.tli executed, but a civil tii.il , eitli a Jr. since ins arresi nc.-iiiie.i prior to the declaration of martial law. linpoitiiiit evidence Intend! d to estab lish Sir linker's antl-llrltlsh actlvltlis In llertnany Is isini eolleeled The pre llmlnary proceedlnus au-alnst hint may .... held in a pnllco iourt. lllleinollt i-l Wool.. Premier Asquith annoumtd In tho lliilt-enf I'nminons that the tiovet-ntrent would in.iko 11 statement on the ciu-os of the Irish revolt next weil At present, he pointed out. It was mil de uriihle to siy ati thins mote. He as sured the House that all appropriate steps wile tak.11 to deal with the Itlsh rebellion and Its 'nstlcntori'. " ' K.nK iStorij Has "ti' the follow Ins teleuram to M.ijni-i ien Sit Jnlin Max well, civinuanilliis: officer 111 lieland. Now thai tho 1 e.ent l.nietit.iblo otit bie.ik ha- la-en tltiallv quilled I wish In e.xtitess to the .Milan! troops if Ireianil. to the I5.1v.1l lii-h Cntist.ibu lar and the I'llblni Metropolitan Poii.e. in deep sen-e .if the whole- 1 heaitod ilevnlinn tn duty and th. t-plrit nf soir-sacrtho with wlilch thtnuith mil 1 luy ai(ed (iKonriB P.. I. Sir IMvvnnl t'.il.-on. who slnnd lovally hv the liuv. llllllellt IllloUlthout the re bellion, 'nnk .iciaslnn vostenl.iy In lire his tlrsi -hot at the Pi lino Minister 111 coniicctinn with the revolt. .Vdilros-nii: a Cm. mist nit otitis the. Cisterite b ader -aid . 'The liish icliellioii iiccutret' iltrouirli m'.sJudJiiieiit and n. lliten. e. Prom. or Asqlllth Used the braven JI tho Hoops for .nii-rnm the neKhgi-ico .inn incom petence of Ins own !".;ie.iuues 1 lespalches fi . .tn Uulilju s.i.v that in d. vlilii.il snlplnu conlimi's in (in- Irish e'.ipital Thei.. we'e sntno hns'; dls (uthance.s In the ll.uvourt Mteel district ililihiK the niK'n ftoni Tue.-da to Wednexla.. Mi..t.ir 1 estiiciioiis have hi en ilKlit.'iixl Some nf the thotoiiL'h- f.ucs ale hlo.-ktil b.v Hoops, ami notioiiy ; Is allowed to pass without a permit. I Ihisini'ss in I . u tit 1 11 Is Mill laritely paialved Tin- qutotioti as to how the damaue 1- to he cnvereil Is lieltut ilts-UK-ed Is-tweeu th" milltarv and uvll suilhiirllles T!u 10 M'Ciu.s tn be ,1 cetiei.il ssumptioti. ih-spitchi-e. i-a.v, that the Knc llsh tai.ives will fn.it the bill A hand some UC.IS1II,. I..'l. ir . " vi.i.ttu i tunic nt dlsiiisston Is the sui - lender of aims. '.N'olind.i expicls etri at 1 suits, of the attempt to dlsaiin tho Sinn. Felnets and Ihe I..11 kttiltes Maiiv hold1 a central disaiinlm; of all voiuinms in tlie colltltl.V .IS Ileus's ll'V , Seiirrh of tho housi tops ami empty I houses In. rc.nes th.. casualti wt dally. Many dead snipi'ts ate bows, louud, but the majnill) of bodies ate those of men, women iituf ihildieu who wore hit while, watchinK tlie ilithtlni; Huron lliinsaii) Wmiiideil, lMward linnkelt, II iron Dunsanjr. was ridliisT in an automolillo while sl-iet Ih'htlni; mi - coliiu- on ami was snot In the face. Ho s lcenveiilut iteports from Hie south and west of Ireland Indicated that limine Is still on In a small measure, further casualties 1 111 vl 11 u been recorded The -.'i rnlit;; .XVn learns from Dublin (hat the number of deaths in the hospi tals alone lesultluc from Hie tiiolt Is sA This lliture liniuilos Hil soldiers and 122 ii-bils The Untlii ;;ciir wi tint Sit Itoster Casement has expressed 11 wish Hint Sli Kihvanl Catron defend him. It Is not probable that Sir Lilwaul, the Ulster leader, will accept Tho Nationalists-, necm-dlnn to the Dnlln Moil, will presw the (lovetnment ,tl an early date In dlsniui every man in Ireland. The paper adds that tliey iro quite Vilnius iii.ii the .Minimalist volunteers should be disarmed vrovlded Hie invernnionl dors likewise with tin Clster volnnleers. "The demand." ens the IhUlp Mull, is. likely to raise a dltllctilt Issue In Irisli politics." sir llnlllieiT N nihil 11 llenluiia, Sir Matlhow Nathiin has resigned as I'nder Secrotnry In thn Chief Secretary follow Inc the example of his. stipeiior, AususHiie Itli toll. Sir Itobert Chainlets-, foi met- tioveriior of Ceylon, will Miccced hlni tempornril.v . Parllamentaiy rfpnrl assnciale Lord liethy, Hie Iti-rrultlnK Minister, with t ln Inijiendlni; chaimes In thn Kovern mejit nf Ireland. II has develupeil thai James Cnnnollv, 1 ""'J ' ''oinman.ler In oilier' of 1 belllon. was not. as had been an- I " c.,.., , , ,. ,. . ..iniuii, is , In prison, sovetol.v woiiiiiled TliroiiKh n tiilsunderslaiidinii: of Premier Asonltli'K ! announcement It whs said that he was ilitoni; those shot lo death upon bolus iimvicled of treason Those ncliially ex- C'onlhiv.d uu Srcund Vttyt, CAPITAL HEARS BERLINS TILL HOLDS OUT ON SOME POINTS; WILSON SAID TO FEAR BREAK BERLIN'S 5,000 WORD REPLY COURTEOUS BUT FIRM TO U 5. Reiterates Pledge for Safety of American Voyagers, but Insists on Regarding Armed Merchantmen as Cruisers, Is Report of Note. Hi:n:.i., v.a Amtetilam, May 5 (Fri day). (ienn.iii' reply to President Wilson's last word on siibmailnp war fare will bp lialismltted by wireless thiouiih (ho Snvvlllc, I.. I, station earl.v thl.s inoi nlnir. Tho Hiilv i .".(uu) word Ioiik (ler ( oncesslons, but tanls many makes lltinly upon (he theory that ainietl mer chatdmen are cruisers and will Im tiented us such by the (Serman submarines. (Sermnny's nnswer Is count ou, but tttm. It teltoratps the former pledyes to the I'nltid States for tho safety of American passencel". It Roes at Rre.K )( lto S(,,rni 0f t, ra,p, pn,,, n ,.r,.5llem wilson'o last communication A ,i)nt wa madp n, ottlcM ,iu.,rters i.ltp nt Kht that (lermnny. while not , , ,,, ,.-,. ...a,,,!,.!,,,, ,h,.l ii ............ ....... . - V boat attacktsl the French iiaunei sieiuncr nu-s.-, -...ir- .u . .. .... cuuhl neii'its-ife .,uiu m.. .... ......... i mil occur aR.itn. The note emphaslos mine than any previous communication the traditional friendship between Ctormauy and the Culled States and expit-.-ses IJermanys eniphath desire tn preserve this friend ship The cruet nl tnne nf tin- leph. H Is said, iiinve.vs the seutlmolit that t!ei many has done all she can possibly tin In the wav of incetliiR Anieilca's tie. nmn.ia lin.i III.U ll ll-.- .n ileliod i'leak I between (lie two uatlniis comes, ( s Iiecatise the I tilted States wants It ( ,0 lnt. .m..r,.ati Ihnbass.v. where the s said to I. inch iiKaln "nlwoll f trans,,tinS the reply and put blnckade, dlt.-etlnc lltlell- ,,,. It 1U , ,0 for trauitmisMOU to vailous still unansweitd . vv.isliliiistoii was bei-un a( oiup. Tlie The nolo the lit Itlsh Hon to the American protest to dreai liiitaln A spetial point is made In 1 ierman.v 's reply, so an unofficial fort east s.,s. of tho joint coinmunlcallon sent In Feb ruaiv to til" lielllBtionl Poweis re.oni Uieiiillni; the illsat mi" tr nllnKiihei of nierpbantinen and statine that siirli met -chantnien have. In the opinion of tin; COMMONS ADVANCE COMPULSION BILL .MeiMire I'.ies Seeouil Pead Inir W itli Only lid .Meuiliei-i (ippiisiiii:'. i'il 'ii'.V i(iitrl. 'e Tin x l.iisisis'. May I The 1 onipulslon hill paised Its second rcaillnv; t ns afternoon , in Hie House of Common- The vote was 3;x aitniiisi St; The 1I1 bate short .'il no setious opposl ilion to the bill If tlie l.ab.uito mem bers aro satistled. It was -leclaiotl. Iintus tti.il compulsion Is not '.ntemleil Minister of -Mumtloie l.lnvd Heorne tnaile a powerful speech in favor of tho measure No couniry that lias f.ne.1 nulitaiy peril was ever s,,ved without cotnpul 1 sion," he said. He as-mod the House, 'that no men would be taken from ." isetitlal occupations, and continued I "If there h,ul been a tresh dlv.sloti Ion either side to iept.uo tho exhaneti-1 Itionps the bitile of Vpre would have been 1 oticl ut vol) decldid. "Wo ate not at the ,ml of our re. 1 sources " 1 Tlie Munitions Minister expressed con- fldel tllllt the wotkels Would not np- I pose compulsion, vv lib h, ho said, was 1 necessary The winkers, he added. . - . 1 d that this was the i.isi war and Ibov knew "what vlctoty of Pi ussianlsin means." Mr t.lovd Ue.iiKe Insisted that com pulsion wa imt tin unsistetit with liberal ism and dciiiiH'i.n and said ho would rather boililven out of the Liberal ji.irt), even out if political life altouethel , than have upon Ins conscience the le-pofsl. Willy of iefulna the deuinnils of the mili tary authorities for men which might make all the si t IT nee, between defeat nml victory. Thts-o who asseite.l that If tli.- war lasted until 1017 the nation could not "slay the iouim" were bold Inaccurate and injudicious, he ilniaicd lie bad lonsultcd the leaditiK thunders uf the 1 '.unity and thos had not the least hesi tation in allltinliie; thai howevei lotu; the war lasted Hill.iin cnild outstay ileiin.ni. and in any case It was wise to rppl) its lull sttetiKlh forthwith Iliehnrd Ptirnlnc Holt, a Laborlle member, delivered tho first attack of any consequence ucalnst Hie meastue and moved Its rejection, DISAVOW THE CHINA'S SEIZURE. . I r ,,,, ,,, tu H,.,..e l enloo. TiiUnt Kriiin merlon 11 ship. Lonpon, Mav ( -It is believed 'n , diplomallc circles hero that the Hritish i riovei nnienl will older the leloase of Hi , Auslrlans and Hermann taken off the Aiueilcan steamship China, near Slianic hal, by the auxlll.ny cruiser Laurentic and also will disavow the action of Hoi captain of Ihe vessel It Ih slated Hint tho American note conceinluK Hie seizure points out Ihut as the Teutons taken off would of necissy have been innipelled to take another ship at .NaKtisaKt, Japan, 111 ind.-r .n . . . .,. ..!!.. .1... ,l.l. 1 1. ....!. I . 1 " V' '"" , , . 1 .,, port. It Is the ,1 pi t 1 1 1 1 11 nf the I'nltod ; Slates that the case is a parallel tn I the well Known Trent case U. S. MAILS SKMKD. llrlllsh limit Holds I Hie I i-riU VIII, nl Kills vv till. Hkiii.in'. via London. May I reil- The , Overseas .News Agency si. ties thai a llritlsli nitml bnat hold 110 Ihe Scan- I diuaviiiii-Aiinii.au liner I'li-ilcril. III at Klikwall on lite vva from New orl. to Chiistlahiu. Thp nrst class Amotlcm mails, q, ,,11 about 2,000 b.its, were taken athorc, Ameriinti Uovei umeiit, (he status o( aux iliary i misers. The (ierm.iu reply was handed (o Am bassador tieriird ii( tho ForelKti Ulllro by Ir von .laituw. the Forelmi Mlnlstei, lit t .:i."i o'clnok this iifternnnn. Ch.inis'llo. vou Itothinuun-Jlollwi'E. A 1 1 1 ill I :l 1 oik 11 iltzelidnifT. chief of the, Xaval iieiiet.il Stall, and llr. Ivarl llelf-f'-rlch. Secietary nf the Treasury, lo liirned to I.erllti this mornlni: from army 1't adipiai ttis n the West, wltote (hey had extended i onferences with the Kalstn in inime.il. in Willi the iSeiman reply (o President Wilson's note. The note is expected to lie published In tiirmany to-morrow morii.UR. It Is one of the lntmi'st illplorintlc tincunieiits of the war The Herlln stock m.uket showed new optimism shortly befoie clnslnit this afternoon when it was teamed that tlie note was to lie despatched to WashlnKton j to-nlitht ; The Imperial Chancellor l expected to address the Hudijet Committee within a few davs the (ierm.in leply. GEHAIW HAS SOT!-:. Illllltliss. I lorkh 'rrmislHIIiiu lit I till. W. WitrL I. Hie I ho Iti'lil-,. i KIIIOI.W. In linn. in. Mav I FoielKti Secietary von .la ow handed the lierman rcpl to President Wilson s mile on th" submarine enntroversv to mhasador i-....a ... -..Ill tl.lu nfln.i.n.,1. ,.,.r.,r,t iv-.il tli.. l!..rn..,M onto . :it tii. t-'ow-lcti 1 itYi. e He w.tit at iiin-i. embassy clerks were .pocted to woik until .1 Lite hour m-niirlit. W.th tho deliver) nf the note tn Ainliassadur 1 b raid the FnrelEn ' 'ffice announced the text nf the cnminunlca : on Would be made puhlh iMliv Frl bi.v P'j I Hittrt V.. SHORTAGE OF FOOD IN ENGLAND FEARED .Mor 1 Tonniiie Xoeded to Safe irunrd Suiply. Sii s liere-sfonl. 1 Lom.i,n 51 1) I Adtiilta' . Charles H.-ie-fnid stated In the II Lord ' ulise of , ; I.nrd that iiiiIosh tin tcpletion in Hritish, j tonnnite was remedied the supply or mou I would be oml.ini;or.d. Ho also requested the iiivernuiei t to consult labor loaders cm. 1 111111K in.. .his nf prnciirlnK more li-'t Inners 1 1 littlld ships. Karl CurjSoii I .old Pr.vy S'.i'. stated th.it tlie whole Hi Itlsh mercantile marine, whii n .miliums tn half the kioss tonn.ii;e of the world, is now belne administered hv the ii'iverntnent He said that 4.1 per n nt of the incieantlb- marine had In en r .positioned foi naval and milltarv pUtp.ises, II Iter cent Is now Cltl'MllK foodstuffs, raw materials, -. for tho 1 !ov rnnie'd and the Allies, ,,,i is por cent is operated hv the I Srlt I h owners under vpivornnii ntal reuulallons. lie stated that r.on merchant shlp ate now beitm consttuctcd. The number of hiii ill 1 rail iibb.l to the Hritish mercan tile 111. trine Is more than "..Tiiili. lie slid. Since the statt of Ihe war l.'ifl 0ne1.1v ships had been dot, lined 01 captured bv the Allies Lit I t'urzon added that he would like ti si,, a Kiciter rtsitictlnu of impntis in onler t ' save spa,.,, tor absolute necessl - lies, but in this the interests of the 1 'oinitii 'iis ami inoso 01 1110 .111es con - ihcl In order In save sp.uo by outline! down the .iiiii.iiiit of lumliir imported, he said, the 1 Inv eniuioiil ha- .111 unwed for Can. nil. 111 lumbermen to , in,, n, Ihtitlaml lo lilt lllitlsh tnubcl for sleepers, pi props .ni l other nccesslt'.i l-Mt, en hundred '.uinbei men. ho said, ale now on the way to Ihuil.ind. ASQUITH PRAISES THE U. S. Mi Tills ( oniiir) mid spnln siivril lleluliini I'miii smrv 111I1111. .ri,i f nhlt icniHtf. . lit Tin s( s I.0M..1N. .Ma.v I Piemter Asquith. ad dressing the National i'iimuilt,e for Je. lief In ltelmnni, io-.luy paid tiibiiie to the "untlrlnj bunian'ty of Hie Cnlted St. ilet," and added . 'Had 11 not hull foi the Intel v i.tio 1 of the Cnlted States and Spain It pr.it. nh!) would have been a milltarv im possibility foi Hie Allies tn have saved the 1 nil piipulatntn nf llelitltmi ft oni starvation "The ivork done b those two tiatlixns constitute;" one of the (lues! achieve. incuts in the lii.si.,r nf humane tind philanthropic m mi n, .at Ions "III this 1'iiliiiectlnti it is aluio-l tin. necessary to refer o the splendid piece of oiiranUatlou performed by if lloovei. wlilch Lord Curzon descillied as Hie most 1 cm, likable illustration nf quick, scleitiiilc organization known, and I believe thai Is not exaitcera- nun Chan man lloovei' of ihe Atnei icon Cniiiii!...,!..!. It; an r.ildic.":-. rah! ihe :.iia! evpi iiditiiie fur fillet in llelu'titn and nnilliein I'rance tn date was H112. 111111.11111) (ir ihls Ji:.,iitiii, noil had been provided Ii. eh, nil) ami by si.ni,., 1. nileioil by tlie Culled Stales, and an equal anintitit bv the llrlttsh Ihnplti MkmiI IS, 000, nun came from charliv from oilier pans of ihe world, The bilamn was pi'ovhbd b ei'iinuinlc inoasurei. nf the 1 ntmiiisslun, li the sale nl' f I and b) subsidies from the al lied thiverniniiits I'rossliiii Inissos 'J,,i,,T, I 'J I, ,ieeiil I illilr ll'ytntel In I lit si . I.ONI"lN, V,l i',11. ,',, rntiesponileiit of the (im,1 eioion. sa.vs Hint the latest lii.tuinu ntllciul m linill Ttuont nf I ho liu-s.an lussps h, m the total o2 .'ri7.l2l. (icrard's Knrccasl of Xotft .Makes WasliitiLMon IVssiini.stic. WILSON AWAITS TKXT; KKl'LVXOWOX WAY Indication Is That Defence Plans Will He Hastened in fnnTcs. WAY PAYKD FOI! .MOWK XJXJOTIATIOXS. IS HOPE "Concessions" Reported. Iml Details Are Yariie as to Herlin's Attitude. WvsiiiMrrnN, May -I. C.orinany will not yield iincnndltlon.illy to Prpsldent Wll-nn's demand that .-ho iIpcI.ho and eflect an liniiipiliuto .ihatidonnipnt of her present methods of submarine war- , fare. The situation was iiithoiitatlvoly 1U-01 il't-il tu-nlKlH n.s "critical." 1 Ambus-,, dnr iloraid at llerlm has ; sent a forecast of tho lierman reply, 1 ami althotisli he regards it as favor 1 able. It is so Involved and Indcllnlte ' that neither the President nor Seort. tary nf State Lattsim; was able to form a clear cnnci'ptliin of what f!prmany ' position 1 pally is. Tills In itstjlf his I mailt an unfavorable liiipiessuui on tho j President, who. it l.s unders-tood. ln I sjsts on ilclln'tf and 11ne11ulvnc.il ns ' sur.cicos that tl:o Mibmariiio menace n iion-t'oinbatiinls Immediately tease. A cool tlitm to fiirccust.s that h.ivo leached Washlii'-'ton, the Imperial Cnvorninenl aiipiirontly stands lltni in :t. ditermlnatlnn to treat armed llneis as vv.irsTiliK. flerniany also makes Its re;iiiimiis on submarine operations' ilepondcn! nil miices-niiis .j trt I'niteil Slates, but what thise ennce.-- slnn- ire K nnt cieai. AIkivo all tt U nut yt t known vv hot her (ieimanv will In hi ll- S'.ll'linr lllo no. rations in ol.ev- laine pondlni; ilt.scu-.sion of cnnilillons 1 to win. h u ileslro.s the Fnltni Stuie.s ! tn ,lss, n;. I I'reslil,.,,, (i,,,lr .Xnlo. I'laior tliM ... i-.. ,11., , ....... .. 1 ..1 u-u..,,.. hllMMI11 , , , 11 rice.ves tn,. vial ,,f .1.. iter. man nolo It.s woidnm will determine whothor or not a diplomatic htoalt is follnw. Theio Is every llidli-alli.il tn. i.inlit that tho Piesnh-ni will ait with n,it dolav If ho tinels that tin- worst fo.ii aio i.'iilii'.'il. nnmely Hut tne (inimnii reply i.s v.inu... tioncnmmlttal and loiiiliilimal. The nnlv hnpofui flun set far le t lived is ii,,. intllcatnin thai liermiitiy has ,ii;ioe, 10 oondiioi her sJiihru irh camiMimi 111 the war zone nn u i.rinor basis provlileii that the Cnlted Stat.s assents to Cermunv.s prnposals ul -tniiteil fur . ."isid.iatinn It is. pnimed "in 'h.i: if (ii-iiiuiny puis thiso new olib is 1 ,!,, ,.'',., t at 1. in 1. as ,1 moan nt stiirtitn; the ptupu.-iil ,sc,1ssi,,s, t, 1 lists m.uhi bo avotie-,1 by (lennuno's: inmpiian,,. wi-.h President WilxuY.4 l .isi, .Inn mil Mi (i. r.ii-dv messa. llith. at.s tha: tins rrviy l o doiio. Hut nit 10 is uiithini; dollnite oven 011 this) jall inipiuiaut pninl. Secietarv l.-in-iiu.- s ,,, ,,,,,, , day , 111.1. vir tieraiils il. MM'cn was so ... .n. fusing that II was impossible or j,,,,, ,,, s.i) wiiat i' meant Ho tlid not know .. 1. in. 1 in truant 11 a. ravol-.iolo or otherwise The same I nf "I ma ' lull c.llll ttuiu the W'h'to Huns,, I 'ell I- I t oo hr 1 11 Ilei'lln. IbpurtH tea, lied tlie Wh.te House nud tie State I 'epartnient from lloillti thn' th" Itnpei ml (Jnvernment feared a pollt ...1 uphciv il in lierllti fuilort-inir ih pttbll. atinn nf (ierinanys concessions" o th.- fluted St.fi- Hut 1 veil tlus did not dispel the feelln? of pes-sinil-tu that nn- f.illowod 5lr tlerard's cable The I'lesiilent, ,t s explained. Is In no mood futthei to .iss for Interpretations of what iteitnaiD's reply mc.i nt or to dlottss conditions sot forth b) it. There is no minimizing the fact that the sliu.i. (Inn has reached a d.uiKerou.s point. Thn 1 main hope left is that the ntllcial text nil not make (ieiinuny's . ed ni; to tin liesldeni s b.ile ilcmand ilependent on the involved conditions which are con tained In Hie tierman note. Dtfnials explained in-ntKhi that much depends mi whether Herman)', so-rallcl IIIcriiI silbui.il Ino attacks In Ihe war znre 1110 suspomled ilurliiK the illsrits.sic'i wlilch Iho linpptl.il I loveriiniPtit wishes to Initiate Ml. Uerard's table makes 110 kieneinl reference to suspension e ' siibiiiiiline warfare elsewhere than in the win mine Tho Herman note, it is u polled, enmities itself to tesli letnuis and tuoillllcntii'tis nf Hie pii.i 1 .1 1 1 1, 1 1 : . .ti uf ihe Cielltlilli AdinilllllV nf I'lditllatv I. Ifll'i. This proclamation staled that "thn waliis sin loumlliiL' Hi-cat Milt, tin and Inianil ate heiehv deelaied a war 70110 'hi and aftet tlio Islh of Fcbruari, l?lf,. rvcrv cnci'iv melt hunt -luji rnunil In tha said war zone will bo destronil without lis belne; nlwuis possible to avert thn il. IllSiis HilialcmilK the 1 lews ami l':ls sciurois on that account" It is pointed out b officials bote that an aiti'oeineiit bv Hie 1 lei in. in nnverii. nietit to conduct a nil sot wirfnre wlih snlunarli'es in this piesctlhul zone null. I If made lumiodl.ilei) ctfectlvi, liossibli satlsfi' tlie l'i .shi. nt's tlcniati' The r.iilinl Slabs alt v i.. ,1 ploilip, f 1 liciinativ that ilii-iuan sill'ilin 111. 1 villi u lie nil a ciuisi'i basis in ll ., v.-ihi.ii uii'.-tii The w.i ."in an. I th Moil'tct 'itnean p-aeltoallv iinsilnitp l'i i-tii 1 . 1.1 is ui' a, I mi tin 1 list. P ,1.1 il .111. 1 In - iliiiiin .