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THE SUN, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 191(5.
1 " IB i If 'I CRISIS IN MEXICAN AFFAIRS THIS WEEK U.S. TROOPS CHASE BAND INTO MEXICO Lansing o Sond Note Refus ing to Recall Troops nnd T?ebnkincr Carranza. Raidcrn Crossed Border Near Hidalgo, Stealing 80 Horses From Americans. CXBEST TS SPBKADrXG Wamiinoton, Jun 11 Mexican Kt fairs er expected to Uke a critical turn about ths time the Democratic national convention aeeinWej! at St. Louis to renominate President WllJon Hnd Indorso hli polleln. OfHel.it reports from alt parla of the Mexican republic Indicate a rapid preadlnc of the flame of anti-American fcelln-r Tlie Carrania Government, which advices to the Hints Department Indicate Is nearer tlun ever to the brink of a complete collapse. ! flther powerlfrt, to nuppre.a the demonstration or 1b maklns no effort to keep order. Klvo different factions ate at present eperatlr, lirieptndently of the de facto ilovernment. all of which npparently h ro takins advantnpn of the presence of American troops on Mexican noil to undermine l arrania. The followers of Villa, who Is be lleri to be htlll alive, are reported ac tive In southern Chlhu.ihua Tho jamllt Louts ile U Itoia, with the b.iek nit of tever.il I'arrania lieuten ants, ! moving freely about through the States of Chihuahua, Co.ihulla and Tn maullpaa. enllstlnK recruits for tho avowed purpose of drlvlnc Ocn. Persh ing's forces back across tho ilto Grande. Umlllano Zapata, the brlgstvl ruler of he State of Morclos, le more active to the west, south and east of Mexico city, and N eald to be threatening the rnpltal Itself. Ilemnants of the old clentlflco group, which nourished In the day of Tor Orlo Dlar. have rallied to. tho standard of Gen. Kellx Diaz, nephew of the late dictator. In the State of Chiapas. Another rebel group which profe.es aileglanc" to none of the more prominent leaders, Is active In the State of Oaxaca, havlns already captured the town of Tehuantepeo and now threaU-ns tfallnu Crui, the Pacino coast terminus of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec Hallway. The States of Tabasco and Yucatan are also eald to be In more or lees eruption against the Carranra Government. Although both the Stato and War de partments we-e without any freh ad. vices to-day. It Is feared that at any mo ment new will be received of an attack on American cltUena somewhere In .Mex ico. The Htate Department has been ad vised that a Pacific coal mall steamer la due to-day or to-morrow at Acapulco, on the west coast, to tak off the Amer ican refugees there, and arrangements have been made for the esel to per form a similar service at Sallna Cruz. So report has been received concerning the Americans (till at Chihuahua, wno made efforts to leave following the at. tack there on the American consulate. It Is now expected that Secretary Lansing's reply to the Carranza demand for a withdrawal of tho American force will be deepatcbed to Mexico city within the next few days, tt Is underttuod to have been completed and la said toj contain a refusal to comply with the demand for an Immediate withdrawal. At the same time It l .ml to con tain the complete statement called for by Carrania as to the Intentions of the American Govcrnmnt. These Intentions, officials say, are the same as heretofore, namely to withdraw as toon as Carranza has demonstrated his ability to patrol effectively the country adjacent to the border and to tafeguard American ter r'tory from raldtn Inasmuch an th communication le 1so expected to contain a tharp -elviko for tho language used hy Carranza In his last note, officials arr dubious us to the effect whl-h it will have on tho Mexi can public. CAVALRY AT THEIR HEELS Ban Antonio, Tex., June 11. Mexican bandits raided the ranch of T. A. Cole man, near Hidalgo, In Hidalgo county, last night nnd drove off eighty horses. Capt. Bell, with one trooV of the Fourteenth Cavalry, has crossed Into Mexico In pursuit. Whether tho bandits were led by Mils de 1,i llosa or were part of his band la not known. Neither Is the size of tho body knout. No property was de stroyed, the report said, and so far as known nn one was killed ' Gen Kunston considers) It probable that Gen. Mann will despatch a supply train and possibly more troops to the support of tho little punitive chase. Capt. Hell commands Troop K of the Four teenth, which Is In the vicinity of Iaredo. l't, Paso, June 11. Five armed and mounted Mexicans rode across the Rio Grande In the suburbs of El Pao this afternoon, shoved pistols Into tho face of the members of u picnic party on the American side, cursed tfct-m und ufter recroeslng to the Mexlcun side tired volleys at the plenlo party. No one was hit. t'nltert States troops are Investi gating to-night. 23 PASS AWAPOLIS TEST. URGED TO GET OUT. Americans) Wnrned hy Oen, Tre rtno That Mexicans Are flitter. Kt. Paso, June 11 Mrs. Auguittn Labnnsat, wife of a Carranza colonel, whose husband was formerly pollen chief under Villa In Chihuahua city, arrived from Chihuahua with the report that Gen, Trevlno, acting Governor, Is urg ing all Americans to leave at once and Is offering to provldn them safe escort to thn border on n special train If necessary Mrs. Ldbanrct arrived from San Utile Potoel at the city of Chihuahua durltu? the recent untl-Amerlcan riots and says from the nolso on her arrival sho be lieved the American forces were attack ing the city until she learned different. She said that Gen. Trevlno placed ample guards over all foreign consulates and gave orders to his ofllcera to whoot any soldiers tnolewtlng Americans. The General asserted privately, she tave. that he feared If the Americans did not leave h could not guarantee them protection, as tin- Mexican' re sentment against American occupation of northern Chihuahua 1s Increasing. Mrs, I-ibansat confirmed news re ceived here that a parade of school children was arranged for the city of Chihuahua to-day as a protect against tho American forces remaining In Mexico, ami eald (Sen. Trevlno had taken every posalblo precaution to prevent harm coining to Amerlcuns during the parade. In the p.ist few days rearrangements of American troops In the city of lit I '.iso lias been completed. A battery of r,.7 guns of field artillery has been stationed in the heart of the residence district and many small command of inf.intiy havo been scattered about In various nooks and corners, 'vhere the tents will attract as ltttlt. attention as pofslbl. billboards usually being ui-d to screen the, tuits from vie from the south. All the rallmad yards a.r being guarded, as are the warehnuseH and th manufacturing district. Isolated resl dentlal districts also have their military guard, BIG U. S. FORCE TO STOP A DOMINICAN RAID NO AND YES I Q. Cm I buy stacks, bntfi and martKafat with tha carlafnty af avaldini last af rlndiMl ar (Jsfault In Intsratt T A. NOI Cauntlass militant hava hn latt through stack and band daaraclatlan and inart aga faraclaturas. Q. Can I buy Ouarantaad Mart aftt and knaw that my prin cipal Is safe and Intarstt aura? A. YES! Wa hava said ta Invtt tars avar MM,600,0N af aur Ouarantaad Mortgage, wlth aut a dallar af Tats ta any Invastar. LAWYERS MORTGAGE 00. RICHARD M. HUM, RmltfMrt &Xr,$9,000,000 t Ukarty Street, Manhattan 1M MaeiUgiM Street, Braafctyn II 8. SHIPS R1TTLR ui ui aaaaa Miviii mu WITH VRRHAT.RHftTf ii 1 1 ii i uivunu mii v i , KniiidsideH in Vnpor Fopr Dnm nfro Only Feelings After Crush Ts ATerted. 3515 IHISH (URLS ARRIVE MEXICANS URGED TO OUST U.S. TROOPS Anti-Americans Send Pleas to Casas GrHndeH. Xenr Gen. Pershinp's Bnse. NATIVES REFUSE TO WEED t)nnlfl I riin Art to Take lore i:ullsted Men In. Washington, June 11. Twenty-three enlisted men have qualified In the com petitive examination for admission to the Naval Academy and Secretary Daniels will urge Congress to authorize the ap pointment of all of them The appointment of the tlft'n ho s'ood y fi".' l' be made Immediately a id f-ec'e'atv Daniels Ix urging that """ngre. pa- .in act admitting the eight nddltional candidates becau the need of nddltlonil officers and bcus the authorized iiunta was not filled In 1!M4 and 1MD. ' Tho tlfuen wb" will be appointed at or.ee are I..s!e Judou tllX.on of Oallsburg, Mich Orl Wiillsce rif- of Venus, f'j' . Harl l.roy Sackett of Nampa, Idaho, Lloyd Kllgore Hurry of Pmlthville. Tex. . Henry Nicholas Morgen of Benson, Neb , Clarence Klod Swan son of Denver, Oil : Raymond fharles FcrrlF, New Castle. Del. ; Weeley McLar n Hague, San Diego; Alfred Anthony Wilson. Baltimore : Kalpli Antony I'hil hrook. Maiden, Mats. , John Stanhope Kngs, Jr . UdKland. Cal , Frederick Will iam aleMalu'ii. New Haven. John Gor don lauMng. Kavvllngs, "u , Joseph Kpyi !r,tk. tiolden, "'al . William Scott hufton, Oakland. " 'al. The other e'Kht ir liilward Ham ilton Dooliii. Hucirie, V.- , lieurgv An. Uiony Ituts t addreH not given i, i;d ward Wlhiam Hrad. I'm tUnd, lire.. Chester Arthur Sw.ifford, Terrell. Tex. , Samuel Weslev ftl;er. l'ueblo. Col , Thoma.s Wa 'a'- Hr""k. 1'utiiam. fonn. . llarton Ive JtoOkLr. ii rem Hie, S ' . and Hdwin Barton Hobzlen, drnnth Wh. fir ROBBERS SLAY MUSICIAN. t.fsrr It oil r III Victim's Atito fter lyouiltiir it. Pittsd-nn June U ''rumpled m the bjttom ' fi aiilo'tHihlle, ids p.i.kli. turned - ie nd private iapuri "-ittcrei itliuui, tilt; Iid of William H. IcCr,.H'- a kiiMVM, miiMi, i.m. uuo 'oun I " -'lav in i'ie iul.-l.lrtj of i lie Itv f'. teotlMh me seeklliK flv men who veie nn vvlt't Mi'Ciearv early to riaj Thomi" NVwnidii, owner of tho Held In '' ' the autoiiinbllii w.ih louinl, lold fie d, t(s i,i itviakent-d '.it 3 V M vi'H'if I mw llvi men in he 'oiil ,i ie ni; I. tier In kiw Hie - :,r 1 ii. Id Invi -im.ilion ihb. ,ei I i i boil: Mi, 'n (l.ttiKliU r cdnipoe ,1 . . i' i r lieh! i.i. an in - t , i ' I ' iWtl tlll'HUCllOIlt ill" Attack on Customs Surplus Threatened Efforts, to Ot .limine. Back. B? tiKOMOK n. ri,KMK.NT", iffdal Corrtipoidtnt of Tnr Sc. HuApqt vmtt.rs United States Ahmt Nkak CotxistA Dl'slan, Mexico, June 11, via radio to ivinmhiis, N M , June 11. Iticendlarj calls for mass meetlnga and ribald vree, which were largely ripon slble for the recent anti-American out breaks in Chihuahua, Durnnso and other places In central Mexico, have made their appearance at 'Nuevo Casus Grandes and other nearby towns. The circulars are probably Intended to stir tip further anti-American feeling In thta section of Chihuahua. Thus far the clrmlare have had no effect except to create amuse ment that such stuff should arouse the Mexicans to a filtch of frenzy as de scribed In dlpntches which told of the action of tho Chlhunhua nnd Uuransn mobs, The verses are particularly atroclou from almost every point of view and If taken seriously or looked upon as reji resentatlve of the feellnss of the people as a whole they ar" calculated to make Americans ancry. Natives In this sec tion and several residents of the city of Chihuahua, who have come Into c.unp (IutIpk tho past day or two. deny that either the calls to the people to prepare for arms, which appears to be Inevitable, or the verses, are sanctioned by any ap preciable number of Mexicans and b) none of these who have the best (liferents of their country at heart. There Is not the (lightest evidence that t!i circulation of the stuff Is havlnc nnv effect here Tho native, are earning more money to-day than they ever earned In their live bulldlnn -n:iU und haiidlliiK freight ill the quarterniHfter's department to pay any attention to fieiuled calln Issued b Irrespomdb'e persons without any other occupation in the State capital lien. I'ershlns l InveMlBatlna a com plaint of William Young, manaKer of a ranch near Casas C.randes owneil by OeorgH I,cxk of Kl I'aso. that cattle an beltiK run off by armed men who .dalm ti bo soldieri attached f tbi C.irr.in Ista carrlsjn in Nuevo I'.-ifas Uratid.s The rainy season vvne uhe.red In to-daj by liaht vhowers, The reult of th Chicago conventions was recelveil her" by the American by buzzer wire this afternoon. N'n expression could be eciired from the armv nftlcers as to the prnbnbl ef. feet of the tiniiiln.itlon on the oyiedltlnn Hie American liner Philadelphia, from Liverpool, clipper bowed und with an Immaculate fliturehead that may repre sent n Quaker, swapped oral, heart to heart sentiments 104 miles off Sandy Hook at 7 o'clock yesterday morning with the lake built American freighter nochester, until recently the Vaguer, four years old Capt. Candy and the officers of the Philadelphia were reticent about the In cident and the language exchanged. The white Quaker, which saw peril close enough to make It even whiter, also was mum, but If It had been chewing plug It would have been able easily to toss , ltd iUld Into tho countenance of Capt, I Harris of the llochester. 1 It was said aboard the Philadelphia I that when the Hocheater materialised out of the heavy vapor bank she was ! dead ahead of the liner, which If the j ( former had gone on would havo ground f, the Quaker Into wood pulp against the L steel side of the laden freighter, bound for London from this port. Capt. Candy stopped the Philadelphia, "only a few yards" from the starboard side of the llochester nnd In the few seconds that tho vessels were ahnot touching the skippers and officers In dulged In deep sea conversation. The Quaker would havo been too scared to talk If It had been able, but tha others did quite well George II. Crocker. Jr.. of Fltchburg, Mass., who was In the bow nf tho Chan nel steamship Su'se when she was tor pedoed, limped from the Philadelphia with a cane. He was golt.c to Trance to Join the Hartjes unit as an auibu- lance driver when hurt He said he remembered nothing of the Mowing up of tho Sussex. He was In the bow of the ship when the torpedo hit her and when he awoke he learned I that ho had been nearly four weeks In I ,ii hocpltal with a fractured skull, Inter nal Injuries nnd wounds of the leiti. , Somebody, he heard, had seen one of his feet sticking out of the wreckage of the bow and had yanked him out. It will I be eighteen months before he Is well enough to fulfil hi engagement In France ( i: iiinl 1, I'alrf.iv-Naultv. Inventor" , of a five screwed boat that they hope will make, ninety miles an hour, released ! a small model of the buat without :iuy , .propellors off Sable Island, the I'hll.i delphla slowing down for the Inventors. The model carries a note asking the tinder to forward the model to the Hotel .Manhattan, where the inveiitnis in staying. They want to see how the model stands the racketing of theseas. Two, of the new speed boat's propellers II be aft. two forward and the other amnl- ships on the line of the keel. In the steerage of the Philadelphia came 3&' Irish girls, the largest con tingent that has left Ireland for many I months. Most of them were held up by the temporary embargo put on lui- I migration after the uprising In Dubl u Most of them are going Into dunn-stlo service Tom Matthews, stoker 'if Liverpool, aged S3, became demented on I ie tr p and after he bad been twl v cut d w hy hhlpmatef tlnall.v hanged hlmelf lie had been put in a strait Jacket, but broke nut In the night. CHINA'S REVOLT ENDS. Washington. June 11. -Tho prepared netii of th" Administration to meet emergencies In foreign lands Is nell Illustrated, according to certain officiate here, bj the powc-fiil American naval and marine force which have been ,.0n centrjlecl against a threatened raid on the Dominican eustiims .surplus by Senor Anas and his band of adventurous fol lowers. Arias with a bodyguard of :nn or "00 1 concealed somewhere In the outlying district of Sanlo Domingo cltv To hold blm in chei k the Nav Department has despatched sixteen American warships to uoniinic.iii waters and there will be soon n force of n.noo American marines on tho Island. If Atlas Is determined to precipitate a conflict the t'nited States, which Is backing the customs surplus, will not bo found unprepared Kx-Presldent Jlmlner, who resigned and fled frc.n the capital after hearing that Arias Intended to make trouble, L innnt bi persuaded to resume hi duties dutpHi' t lies promise of Ktippnit from Washington ("mil tin returns tn Kc mini' an itepubllc remains without President and the situation continues In pu-M-it , rlnus dlllleiiltles to tile I nl t-.-d .States l igeiit messages have suiie to .limine?, fru.n Washington asking hliu to resume the Pi sidrucy, but Mi far these have been ot little avail. The Administration lei,' if 'iniderably puzzled. In addition to the American marlnrs tli'i'id- In Santo Domlmto. the Fourth IteKlinent of marines, under 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 il nf col. J II Pendleton. 'It ft Sin HI. go c,il.. on Juno 0 tor New nrlernis, when. It will be Joined by the l'lglith Conipatit fiom the naval station tlun Tim com niand, which Include about lion ofllcers and enlisted men, will tliun proceed to Santo Domingo. Tt pas been organized it, to ii maihlne gun cumpanv, a signal couipan.v, a landing gun company and two lnl.mtr battalion:) of time com p.tnies inch. Restore Cable rrvlcr to China. The Commercial Cabin Company makes the following hiiii' uncemet t : "Direct route tn Foochow (China) and Formosa restored Telegraph lervhe with the province of Siechu.in is n stored " e U I lue In Mitillsnn llolilierj . Detective. are tr tmr l'i run rinun daylicht tblivee lm entered the 1mm, of George T Hill at ?0 Park avenue on Mac 1"i and stole Jewelry valued at $l,K;r. Mr IIIII Ie v Ice-presld. lit of the i union iviiigarine i ouiany II strujer Trrry tine- Vuronnri nl Pllerlii I'lntii, Wahiim.TOS, Juno II 'Hie Navi paitment leeched word lo.il.iv i iii destroyer Terrs went aground in l'i" er b.i bor of I'lieila Plata, Sanlo I to ago 'flic iixleiit nf the damage s no own, but there wai im injurs In i in 1 innllel riie Teny is coinm iinlecl hy ,int N,clioii.s tjlie Is a 7"ai ion visri'l ,1 a complement of S', An nncj'tigi is in being made Sonlhern llevolnlliinnrli's Profi ts i l.olnjts in 1,1, Prof Jeremiah W Jenks, director of I the Far l'a"terii Bureau, cabled yester day from Pekln that all parts of I'hlna. 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