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Partly cloudy to-day; cooler; to-morrow fair. Highest temperature yesterday, 75; lowest, 6:. IT SHINES FOR. ALL sr Pctallrii weather, mall and murine tvporta on paqc 16 VOL. LXXXIIL NO. 302. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1916. copyright. PRICE TWO CENTS. 1916, by the Sun Printing and Publishing Association. T.R. MAY RAISE 12,000 MEN; TO GO AS GENERAL Volunteers Will Enter as Special Army Division, Says Report. HIS PLAN'S FORMING FOR SEVERAL MONTHS Jt wa learned yesterday that Col. I Jtootevrlt Is going to ask the Govern- j nur.t for permission to raise a division cf volunteer soldiers for service In tico the minute the war Is declared i ir.d & call fur votunteeis sent out. j Aicordine to this infoimatlnn, which I time fp'in a ruliiible source ami contlrms , r.niors tliat have been In circulation for (,:a, da. the Colonel has completed r. plans for ralslni! the division ami catts only upon the ratline; of volunteers ii make hi offer to Washington, lie , a.-K for a commission as Major li ifr.il lloosevelt has made his plans C.t' , t saltation with high mllllary an th. r t -. and they call for a special div.s -n "t 12.U00 men, conslstliiR of faur brigades one of Infantry, two of rivalry, one of Meld artillery, supple-' .Uil l,v , rnrilittiM nnil Ineln.llnir am. i , ,-r-s signal corp ami hospital corps. W orbed on I'lnn for Montha. I'( -norths the Colonel lias bad these pV h s head, for weeks he has been o.-k eg them out to the smallest details ,.-.;n.-t Ju-t such an emergency as Is i''iil nnw arros the border, and for f- 'j'.sqjiet recruiting has been point; i- - .i 1 pirts of the country by men t' n'i 'in tlic e-I'resldent has entrusted '..-.- t.i-. m . if 'lii greater details ns the pro- i -f itf! bae been looked after .. mil .iid a declaration of war with ! x. a-al .i call for volunteers will he t ( -xi .ii f ir an otllce to be opened In f ,ir -i 'I this city for recrultinK and n-r . i. w,.rU and for division headquar (r . he est ibtlshed, probably In Texas, , -f e the troops would be assembled. I V )' the (' doners plans are depend t" nice or le-s upon Prtsidcnt Wilson 11.9 ieiut for a commission as Major Otl.er.tl .-"tiiniatiding a volunt(vr division an be c anted or refuse 1 in Washing ton, but hu ft lends say that President tVllf.ni onM not ,opse It. It was juir.'.cJ -Mt t'a: the Colonel tc an other Ir. the .cmy would be unable to criticise ti Vd-e iMstr.llltv Col. ltoosevdls friends are In a quan. dir a to the e.ict status of such a re h. to whether 01 not tin granting ell! depends u"'ii the Predt nt or upon C'nr-;s, anil as to the Colonel's age, 57. b.rc a barrier to Ins i. eiitr mce into the rtij at the head of a bod of voluti ns. I. K Wen know n for a long time that C" H'W.e,t was anxious to get Into 'K f .iv It was known weeks ago when the declaration that If war ti-K- i, and his four sons and his sun would take the tield. When he " -ti.k.n with a slight attack of -.Mm 1. summoned the best medical I he could obtain and retired to .'.lei - i 11,11 for a lest cure, bis chief ! n.ud liilng to get in shape to a- r . pto Mexico if war came. If a. s,. ,.(.,,., hi. 1 1 III errs. ? in lie has held innumerable ' e .s ,it his home which weie gen ' - I'lmsul to be of a polltlc'it na .' -inn of them had to do with - except the fbrmntlon of his - i . -ion n the event of war. As f !'. .v conferences and as a rt. ' e ; 'an he has been working ' g he I- said to have listed " .' - of tin. oltlcei In will nk the it ,p to give til tn as regi- I lir t.i.lf comtnanilers. Many iiMeeis will be men who have ) fin nits In civil life and d his plans vv Ith htm neii have let it ! known that w'.t believes the organization i- ai will be one of the quickest s.( taciilar from the stand- T C ' t' turn of (To leiu v that this countrj could i-.e t i j,., t js said ttial the mo- ' 1 w 11 tie accomplished In a n m . i ,,ii tij,. division will he put Into th v.f I with the most modern equlp--it v. full quota of machine guns ' w t i mutor ambulances for the hos . W. rps. .mil that every man will be he! frr.ru .iiiiong the sttong and at tMdv we'; named. T riming is being largely done it.' :s ex-armv men and former Hough JMer- .,' ii,,. West mid Southwest Many of f.-e .,. ,ir,. m,i to be organi7fd r w i' 1 ,un ready to st irt for division ' .', . . ,.rs w hen ttie.v are established. Coi i, . ..eielt is sild to havit sent out ' ' doesn't want an.v man In f ' 1 ' -.m who can't rule, shoot, take 'a e f I ll I . 11 t !',., i r "l i , use'r or h.s horse. Just as ho Ii i.ign lilder.s of the Spanish -i n. however, wi.l be unlike j It dels in all other respects,' '.'(.ml 's said to have profited ,' i i-ine In the Spanish war a staled It as his purpose to 'i i i hip hurrah element In his "ii'v men who ate efficient to , ii, div lequests have poured ' 1 liomevelt by the thousands 'iii erl'sted men and others inx mis to l,e enrolled In the rev 'tiein If he should form one, - '! minds have come I mall and ii.ip'i, ind the Colonel's friends i 'ie 'ias i.irefiilly sorted out the '- the rh.tlT and has untitled wanted to get themselves In a. ih.it Col Uoosevelt has kept !.- .is e.iiefully guarded as ho .i jsi. he reallxeil that it was an ufl nar situation nn ex-Presl- -. r-iited Slates asking a I'resl Weill 'e has bitterly attacked for ti '".id sucn a body of trooi s, ' .it he was In ith to have his ne known until It could be -il liiio'igti to Us fiultlon I'll. ''THE GESERAL" SILENT. , " loiiuiieiit to VlnUe mi Story of oliinteer ltd Isloil. ''Tsiiti Ilvv. June 27 -"I have no wan nit t'i make." was nil Col. Iloose vlt aoiIi say to-night when he was iK.i Hbi.ut the sinrv of bis plans for v nurteet division for sen ft e. In Mr-x-l Hu answer was the foimul.i ho has i-il i rsifletul.v s'tn e he declared that t I 'I ,.S ' (lilt of polllli K " will motor Into New York lo wor nw He will iccelve callers at the Hi'rl l.-iiiKdou, I'lflh avenue and Fifty Ixth M.ei-t, (lining Hie day and lu the venh-iS he will dine with Justice Hufhea l 'he Hotel .stor. "LET THEM COME AND GET 'EM.' Urn. Trrvlno So Quoted on Demand lor Prlaonere tlelenar. Kl Paso, June 27. "Let Ihcm come and get them," la what Gen. Trcvlno said when told that the Americans desired the release of the Tenth Cavalry men made prisoners at the battlo of Carrlzal. An American who reached the border to-day from Chihuahua gays Trevlno made these remarks In his presence. He said ho had called at the Central' cpiIIco for permission to visit the pris oners, and that while he was there an olllcer said to the General: "The Americans have asked for the Iclease of our prlsoneie." Then Trcvlno replied ns above, the American sa. WOULD RISK WAR TO REGAIN AUTO Banil of Now Mexicans Pre vented by V. H. Troops From Crossing Horder. Cot.i'Mnt's, N. M June 27. An at teninted American raid Into Ntsvlrn war frustrated on the Arizona border early , ta-day, when a heavily armed (lllbuster- i lug expedition, organized to cross the i line at SasalH sixty miles west of No cabw. and bring back an automobile seized by the Mexican authorities, was broken up by the I'nlted States mill-1 tary authorities. l-.lghteen men, all carrying automatic piMols, titles or shntguiiN were quietly i leaving town In six automobiles when n squad of United States Infantry barred 1 the road. Col. W II. Sage, commanding officer at Nogales, warned the men that a ' r',ld lm" Mexico would be a signal by Mexicans ', that would endanger Americans along j the entire border. He said he would , I have them arrest-d by I'nlted States , cavalry at Arlvaca If they approached Saabe armed, and would turn them ' over for proecutlon on a chargo of , , breach of neutrality, i The automobile selzei". by the Mexi cans belongs to J. C. C!a, who ar- , lived at Nogales on Sunday, after an' exciting three day trip 'rom llermo- I slllo. I 800 LEIPZIG SHOPS LOOTED; MOB FIRED ON Soldiers Sent nnd Mfirtiul l.nw Proclaimed There and in Brunswick. pennl rahlr Dfipntri In Tnr Srv ' I.ONP.IN, June 27 A despntch from Hern says there was serious rioting In Leipzig during the wiek end. A mob, the despatch says, plundered vmi xhnps belonging mostly to butchers, bakers and provision merchants Czech soldiers brought from Austria fired Into the crowd nnd martial law was proclaimed, Martial law aln Is reported to have been declared lu the Duchy of llrunswlck. Ilrunswlck soldiers. It is said, are not allow eil to go home lest they be in fluenced by popular discontent, i BAVARIA SHORT C)F FOOD. tints llcporleil to llnve Ocenrreil In Innli'li mid Ntieritberu. .pfri.il r.tOtf inwrrA tn Till- MX Ahstkriiam, via London. June 27 A semi-official statement Issued to.iiav In Munich, capital of llavarla, denies the assertion recently made by the l'nslrir .rltung that there Is plenty of food In lltvarla, but that the kingdom refused tn help other States. The denial declares that there is a general scarcity of foodstuffs In Htvarla, especially of meat, butter and eggs. The shortage of meat In Munich and Nuern berg was evidenced by riots last week. The scarcity Is repotted to be Increasing. BRITISH PROTEST TO BERLIN ote ,i in til il I ii I ii u ttt Starvation of Prisoner llnniled In. pn.il r, il.tr hnimteh lu Till. Six London, June 27 The British prj test coni ernl'.g the alleged siarvati in of British pilsoners at the Germiti prison camp in Ituhleben was piesemed bv Amli.issador Gerard at Wllhelm strasse esterday A reply early next week 1 PRUSSIAN LOSSES 2.740,196. I.lllesl l.lsls re llelleteil to He Ki elusive of eriliin. Sprcial ftlhlr Ufp-Urli In Till. Six Amstkiam, via London, J Hint 27. The latest Prussian casualty lists cover ing the period from June S to 2" hilng the total of Prussian losses to 2.7to,i;n'., This tktuie Is not behoved to include the losses at Verdun. TO RELIEVE AMERICANS. Ilrlllsli Gin eriilili-ol Hopes to Free ei'iirlt les I'roiii I'm. s.f(flf 'ie 'f;i.lfi'i lu 1. n- Sis I.oNiios, June 27. The Foreign Oltlce, in leplylnc to the American Knilian-y's repi escalations cnnceiiiiug tlie mobiliza tion of Aliieiican secuiilits, remarks iloii there Is dllllculty in diffetentlatlng between Americans and l.'ugllsh people In lCngland In the application of the law, hut nevertheless the Guv el nun nt hopes to be able to .;llee Ameiican cltuetis in iCnglaud fiom iiaying the two shil lings In the pouii-1 tax on Ameiican securities held lu the I'niied Statin American securities held lu Great llrllaln. howevei, must In- surrendered to the Treasuiy to be user. In in iintaln Ing the exchange rate between Gieat Hritaln and the I'nlted States or they will bo taxed, CHINA FACES NAVAL REVOLT. illiilrllllssllno of n Sends Threat lo Government, I Spfrtvl Cnhle Ofintrh lo Tnr Si x SHANUHAt, June 27 LI Tlng-huii. Admlrallsslino of the Chinese navy, lias l.otltled the Pekln Government that hu will lead a revolt of the navy against th'i Government uiileAs three conditions am compiled with. These conditions are the restoration of Hie provisional constitution, the, con vening of the old Paillamcul, which was dissolved by Yuan Hhlli-k'al, and the for mation of a new Cabinet, Admiral Li has with him here four cruisers and four training ships. The attitude, of the officers of eighteen warships stationed elsewhere Is not known. Admiral I.I was educated Hi l-luropo nnd la man of very good reputation In China. URGENTCALLTO RUSH TROOPS 0FFT0 BORDER Gen. Wood Ordered to Get Guards Away as Fast as Possible. HAS 11,001 NOW ON WAY IN TRAINS Expects to Have All New! York Guards Started in Five Days. CAVALRY WILL NOT WAIT FOR HORSES! Men to Complete incut When They Equip-1 Reach Edge of Mexico. Major-Gen. Leonard Wood, head of the Department of the Hast, received orders from the War Department last nlgnt which left no doubt of the fact that the demand for the National Guard on thj border Is not only urgent but Immediate. He was directed to send the organlzi- lions in ills department without delay. One of the orders from the War De-1 I partment In fact advised him that the ; need for cavalry Is so great that a mounted unit is to be considered "rea sonably prepared" even If It has ,io homis, and is therefore to be sent to the border at once. 'Die one command that ran unmis takably and emphatically through all the orders that came Into headquarters on Governors Island last night wis "rush." lively militia organization, not only In tills State but throughout the entire Department of the Bast, Is to be hurried to Gen. Funston with the utmost speed. Apparently the equipment of the unltti that still need It Is to 1- supplied to them en route or when they reach their border bivouac. Will (in I H reel to llorder. Gen. Wood announced that he had di rected Major-Gen. u'llyan. field com mander of the New York mllltla. to re. port to him as earlv this morning an possible the conillti'e.i and situation of all the New York units which have not been sent to the border, llic.llillllg the Twelfth ltegltuent of lnfantr.v. which is due to entrain for Brownsville before noon. The department commander has also requested an estimate of bow soon Gen. (I'ltyan's fores will be ,-emly to meet the rush orders that came to Gov ernors Island last nu-lit. It vv.m almost cerla ii last night, af ter Gin. Wood had talked with the cor lespondtnts at Goveinois Island about It o'clock, that mvt of the organisations "f the New York guard would b' de.s. Hatched to the botdir dlieet from their annortes or their pnseiit ncanipinent r;uard. and his stall are expetieu m Camp Whitman. It seemed, N lo be used ' ;,MVl, to-morrow or Friday for Brovvns to ,i decidedly small dcgn-e ot concon- ,,,p wnere the New York division will tuition purpimos.. Hie ne.ii mr more lliiuin oil me border lu anticipation oi Immediate trouble will not permit of a mobilization of the troops in one place here before the move south. Gen. Wood estimated last night that about 15.U00 national guardsmen In the. Department of the Bast were en route for Isirder points. Nearly nil of that contingent sot under way yesterday. It left about 40,000 more militiamen In camp, but their stay near home will lie short. It wa Gen. Wood's prediction .i.n. ..II V,.... .IKihimi with till, except oil OI tne lew win in.n mun n-, ,...i,i...i f..e i,.,n. ,i..fnoee .uvori! lm? to law. will have intiatueil for the Mexl- can border within five days. F.ve days .s the t.mo limit that Gen. Wood has 'et for all the .New Viuk'ieri) " - l ut of the State and on , shed he hailed a youth who was grinning troops on-i.i.., ..... ... iir.,u iiuvlll.. tlielr llrsl l.ir. liler encampinent. The department com- I..., .i... H..IM..S thin It will take unv one trniin train mill! iwo aim one-nan ii. one-ii.iii ut ilnec davs to leach the border lie ex- peeled last night tliat the work of ties patching the soldieis would ptnceeil more iiipldl t i-dri than .vesterday be cause the railroads are fast concentrat ing the neces-ar) trains from the nilddle West in the Last Thus the entrain ments id to-day and I ho next few da.vs will lie easier and inoio Lipid, Gen. Wood hopes. lion Guards rv VIovliiK. This Is the tiooii moveiiient sltiiatlnii as it was outlined n lien, vv oon nisi nigh', compiled from reports teielved at (Pivernors Island lieadquarteis hv tele phone and telegraph : New Hampshire, troops leave to-da . i .itie noons leave to-inorimv ; Mass. ...-lois,tls. art'llery haves to-day. coin- nletliia that sta-e'smiiipleineni ; Counee. ticin, one cavalry tnsip and one battel y of Held artillery leave to-morrow, com- pletlllg nun ru-.i. Island, battalion of lnfautr, ambulance .ouip.ins and hospital corps leave to morrow . Maryland, thru' Infanti regi ments and a liat'.-ry of aitlller.v leave Inly .1 Pennsylvania, btigade of three infant! v i .-.imcnts and aw lllarb leave to-dav' Dlstih l of Columbia. Infautiy regluient and battalion leave for Hlsbee, Ariz., to. day. The total niiilihei of militiamen inns-tc-n-il Into the service of the Federal Government "l " o''l"ck last nlglit w is "a ""a. AI that hour Gen Wood sent to 'the otllce of the Adjiltant-G Till it Washington a ib-spiti h detailing es tudiys moveiiient of Hoops nnd the total number of inlllllaliien In the De nailineiit of the Fnl now en route for he border. This table of tumps- follows: ...... .....t..'o . OHM. .nt n ti ni.. t I'llionl t tne uiu.oiij mjiiin-iin l.f.fiti men, , , . Massachusetts Four Infantry iegl inenls. one battery of field artillery, one signal corps battalion, on -in Hospital eotps, one iimniiuiin o i oiiiii.in., , sqiiailmn oi ciiviiuy. i.mi.i - Coiinerllcul Two lufiintry leglinenls, one cavalry troop, one signal corps coin- nanv. nno iimbulance compatiy. i Ibid bnspital c Total. 2,330. New York Three Infantry regiments. Total, 3.H32. New Jersey One Infantry regiment, two cavaliy troops, Iwo ballet les of Held artillery, one ambulance company, one Held hospital corps, Total, I,fi30, The total of all the troops en route from t.ie Huatern Department la 14,061. CARRANZA WILL NOT FREE U 5. TROOPERS; WILSON MA Y SEND ARMY TO RESCUE THEM; THREE N Y. REGIMENTS OFF; TO RUSH OTHERS (.'hooring Crowds as Two Regiments Leave City Armories for Service. BROOKLYN GUARDS START AT PEEKSKILLl Soldiers Sing at Parting- Mothers and Rrides Sep Them Go. 1.0IH1 NOW ON TRAINS: 1.000 LEAVE TO-DAY Enthusiasm in All Towns as Guardsmen Pass 1 Through. Three regiment of infantry, the Seventh, Fourteenth and Seventy-llrst, i the first tnllltiamen from this State to leave for border service, entrained for Brownsville, Tex., yesterday. The Scv. enth and Seventy-first regiments, which marched from their armories in this city, received Impressive ovations, but the Fourteenth's farewells were confined to the limits of reeksklll, ; when the Brooklyn organization en- j trained. j On the heels of the 4.000 men who, left yesterday, :ih many more are ready to go to-day. The orders for depart-1 ure Include the Twelfth Infantry, ' which has liecn substituted for the i Forty-seventh of Brooklyn. The otTI- ' oers, men, animals and equipment of the Twelfth will leave this morning from the Delaware. Lackawanna and Western terminal at lloboken, taking the route to Brownsville that was laid out for the Forty-seventh. 1 The other units scheduled to depart are these: Second Infantry, which' will entrain at Camp Whitman at 7 ; A. M. and travel ov er the New York j Central; First and Second Battalions. First Field Artiller, now at Van .!, I'.irk. which will entrain at onkers at noon sumo route, and nnd travel over the First Field Hospital Corns and Third Ambulance Cor. which will entrain at Camp v unman and go over the New York at 7 A M Central. xtoior.C.en John F. n Byan, field mmmanilor of the Now Yolk National (.Iu..imp0li ll)r the present CHEER AXD SOS'GS AS SEVENTH GOES .Mothers and llrlilf- t ' Honr. In I'rnml Ht Mutton. niidny man who seemed to have no special affect Inn for th i- National Guard squeezed himself Into the front line or who awaited tne M-vemn iu-Ki- ...i....i, .,il,,n Iti Jer 1 mpiit n the Pennsylvania Station in Jer bcy city yesterday morning. As the , .ven,, trampeil up the stairs from the '....,. . on ltB Wllv . ti. tr.lm ,,,wl..r u neakud ll.u. llnl uni . . frt.tvc pound campaign ,ur'" iiMr "Well what do "" high toned think ou can do, son'. "Fot one thing," son replied, "we ex pect to prove that we're no silk stock Inged leglment." Ills chance and that of his 1,3(11 com rades and otllcers to prove that the Sev enth can endure decided discomfort vvlth- , ,.v. ' out ex)ll, maklng a fuuH came sooner than bo cted Nearly Ihieu hours waiting . , , . i nfter . i... ,.. ((mm trains oniiiiii r Itrownsville were loaded was tunning - that Is nollllllg l'l vex ,ioini, hi u.oi inuthei- and the children and the and ,...,.,..n..Mi voung women ever seen oiu, u ,.r a football stand or an observi- tlon train at New- London walled le-. 1 side the trains und said their good-liy. so often ami so fervently that the p.ut (,,.. ui the legimellt leally dlil sla t was iilniosl an antl-cllmax. Conslde!- what tlie anny ii giilatloiiH sa as to the manner of transpoiting troops as nun- pared with tl mnner in which the Seventh is now speeiiing to ine noioer., Pullman sleei.is for the otllcers, touril sleepers for the men, a cook car vvlieiei hot looil ma be prepaied for each trait, load- thus the rules of the arm. Hut the Seventh left without either Pullnia.i, tourist or kitchen car. Uvcryhody. from Col. I'isk down to the Hedgllng, Is rid ing in day coaches oidinaty, dust, day coaches and there they will sta.v day and night for live days with no chan. . tor one tn sleep except by crooking hl body Into the seat wliein he lias spent the 'day All otllcers and men ine eallng told ration:', which means canned lieaus. canned coined beef, ctackers and Jam. The Pennsylvania Itallroad sas It sup plied exactly the accommodations io qiiested by the Qiiartermaster-General of the I'nlted States army. Tho oltlceis -if ibn Seventh -well, there's no use icpeat- ' ' ng what they said In chatting with onn another during the tnree iiour wait, inn whatever It was It always ended with "Hut ns long as mobilization is what It Is In this country this Is the sort of tiling we've got to expect. The Sev enth's no worse off than the others. We're lucky to get what we do get, Conflniirrf on .S'ci olid 1'tn.ic NKANIIORK Hlt.MMKK Tl VIKTAIII.K nf Nrw Ji-rnrv Ontrsl, all mil and Sundy Hook routs, ttkti effect June Hth, Tlma tablii now ready. A4v MEXICANS FIRST TO FIRE, SAYS MOREY Modest Hero of Cnrri7.nl Fijrht Pcelnres Foe Centred Fire on White Officers. AHA IK DllCn IN A DITCH n iii:onin ii. ci,kmi:m, flifrinl Corrtipoidrnt of Tnr. Stx Gks I'KnsiitNo's IlKAncfAnTEns. Nek Csas Gr.ANprs, Mexico, via radio to Co lumaus. N M., June 27. Quietly and h'mply Capt. I.ewin S. Morey, sole otll cer survivor of the tight last Wednesday nt Carrlzal, sat on the edge of his bunk Ivie to-day and told the story of that : engagi merit and of his escape. Ii was the first real tragedy of the Amrrlcan expeditionary force that he was discussing. Grouped about him In numbers that crowded the thatched hut that Is the headquarters of the force were his fellow otllcers. who listened In tently at his unemotional narration. Capt. Morey had spent the night in th- hospital after his arrival here by automobile late Sunday afternoon. To day with hi blond sta.ned i.hirt removed and hi" bud tefreshe.1 anil cleansed be was able to be about camp with his left shoulder, through -vhich a Mauser l'iillet pas-en. swathed In bandages. lie first vlsltisl Gen. Pershing, then v. sited the ritrlmcut In what will prob ably be one of the most remarkable re cnlons of this campaign No ClieerliiMT for llrro. he walked through the company streets, l inked by tents and curiously woven blush huts, quarters tint men in 1. 1 ft!,...r- linv.. imllt there Wi,u tin ihcenng. no music, but from each group ' killed a large number and made many he passed some oitlcer w ith eager face j (tht-rs prisoners. The truck train com stepped fortli and grasped Capt. .Morey's ..... i,,.. immai.n.il hand, exclaiming. "Glad ' " t"" 1,oril, r a,,mlt I,MV'' 1LS ou in back! Congratulations!" j the prisoners urrlved, the Anierlcnns ln7 we... simpiy w..r.i. o u "'t Mel.' lei.ein 11.1 lit, ... itii- m in. llnl believed 'apt. .Morey would ever be w .Hi us again Capt Morey Is a studious looking man with a bearded face lie wears spectacles. Telling Ills story he spoke slowly, haltingly and without exaggera tion and with stipe! h restraint and modesty He blamed no one, dtew no com liisious and offered no hindsight sug gestions as to what should have been done Ids voice wax almost emotionles.s, I 'sing In pilch and tone only when he i spoke in going without a drink of water 1 Irmii .! o'clock the morning of the 21st ine nay oi ni. iigui. nn i o c.ock ne. aiiernoon in me lonuwiim nay. uir i. c ..... . .. I.I..I. I i llillKmi oi ine ..eni, niui.li lie ,i.i-eeu, wounded and blistered, under a blazing sun. Ills siiff.-tlng fiom thirst, Capt Moi.y said, would leave nn Impression on him the test ot his life, liven as he spoke he asked that ml, en or water l.e landed ; How t I'll v-ii 1 1 e to tlllll those iu,i troops of the Tenth bft Santo Domingo i-arly that ' I Wednesday inornini; and rode towanl Canizal, how Cud. Itod conferred with Gen Gomez and how, after Hanking the Americans' right nnd left, the Car- 1 1 nzlstas opt tied fire, has ht-eii told ill- leailj, nnd ttaiee details heretofore re lalejl weie continued by Catt Morey. I'entri I'lri oti llffli-erii. n,, added little to the tale of the lUht ,.x,.,,pt to nay that Capt lloyd and Lieut, n,,my Adair ill.-il like tieiitlenicn and Hl,deis. that the Carran.lstas stinted ih- hostilities by opening up with ma chine guns and that, lu the tiring that Iniini dltitel followed, the ineiny seennd to Is' tt-iitilng I hell lite on tlie white off u crs. of whom tin re win- only time Capt. Morey's troop, consisting only of thlit-slx men, was on the light Hink when "Hie ball opened," as he juit It, ii i nl lie could follow the change of Troop C. under Capt Hod and Lieut. Adair, only to the filnge of brush Into which men and horses disappeared. "Men of Troop C tell me," be went on. "tiini i.ieut. .Miair men in an irriga tion ditch with his head held by a nou commissioned offlcei. There was water In the' ditch, and the dying Adair would have pitched forward Into It without sup poit 1 understand that the nnu-eniii-inlH-inued officer left Lieut. Adair wounded in the ditch at his order and went forward toward Cairlzal. LookliK bail,, he saw his officer Willi glazed eyes and his head wabbling against the side of the ditch, ho lie went back and re mained with hi in until his death. "Capt. lloyd was killed when the troop, mule a rush for the tremh in which the Crrianzlstas had machine puns. Just how ho died 1 do not know." Caught In a right nwjle nf lift, ("apt, Mniey's small detachment, as previous.!' i fluted, wan forced to retire. Mounta Continutd onVllh rage. QAPT. CHARLES T. UOYD. Tenth U. S. Cavalry, killed nt Cnrri zal, and his family, and Capt. Lewis Sydney Morcy. who escaped after being: wounded and is now at I'ershiiiK'.s headquarters. PERSHING'S MEN CAPTURE 40 MEXICANS, IS REPORT Americans Returning From , .. . ranza soldiers as rnsoners irevmo Kjow- contrating Forces V.u I'ami, Tex., June 27. Carrlzal has i been avenged, at leas- it- the numls-r of prisoners taken, If report brought ; hi re to-day from Gen. Pershing's Uise are true. Americans who left Colonla Dublin yesterduy. reaching here this afternoon, said that as they left the lamp trucks were arriving nTicd'with Mexican prisoners. One man said ho counted fotty pris oners, till Carniii7a soldiers. He said the escort In charge of the truck.1- re ported that one of the American columns sent to the relief of Capt. P.oyd's force, ambushed at Carrlx.il, had encountered a force of Carranzl--tas on the Santa Maria Kiver and had I said, and they had no time to get any of the details. f!en. Pershing had not repnrtnl the " " Hell, commander at this point, was aware, but II was thought that he ,',,,, , , . ... . might be holding back a tenort until ho cniild hear from the olllcer In coinmnul i of the Atnetlcan forces engaged. ' Major John M. Jenkins was in com mand of the detachment of the ICIev- , It-nth Cavalry sent to tin- relief or the T(,nth ,.uv.,... Ul.,imM , ,, CatrlZ.ll tl..l,l lint It lw ,,t L-ii.iwtl If llih lioinw ,,s,,, . - i- - or auotln-r command of American forces, engaged the Mexicans. Il l.s , ullW ,lllt ti,., ivrsliuig has tlirnwn number of Hankers along his hue , , I i ' "'" ' 1 - I surprises from the cast and it Is thought possible that one of these com- tnatids engaged he t'arranzistas In act of moving too cb.s,. to the Atner- ICllll ItUi'. Mrnuuler llrlfl In. Two more of the American soldiers. it Carrlzal were accounted for to-day 1 when two negroes of the Tenth Cav alry were brought to Juarez from tluz- . man. They are now being held n.s prisoners in the old Federal Jail in Juarez lu charge of the military The two men wandered on the dcseit anil llnally reached fliizmiin. where Marcelo Caraveo and his iiuu carrunza troops , art' garrisoned. The negroes were ragged, theli shoes I were worn out by their lonu tramp over the desert country, they were i-ov- ei oil with alkali dust nnd hatless. It is , bilieved that they will bo taken to Chihuahua city and placed In the State penitentiary with the other American prisoners. Juarez ollliial.s declined to make any comment rcgnrdlnc; the pris oners. Mystery shromls the Carranza mili tary movements In northern Mexico and American ofllclals are unable to fathom their plans. Following the llrst excitement on tin. liordcr after the Carrlzal battle the military garrison In Juarez began to leave by tralnlouls and reports came later that these fnrci'H and others had dlsentraliii'd at Villa Ahuniadi. eighty-three tulles south of Juarez on the Mexican Cen tral, and that they were Intrenching for battle, To-uay .xiuei-iiiins ri-iii iiiiig . ii.u iv. on ft military train mat arriveu irotu -hiliniihiiii sild thex- did not see unv I Urge forces of Mexicans anywhere along the Mexican Central, although Base Say Thev Saw Car- rn r. for Hostilities. thi.v confirmed the report that heavily loaded troop trains had ts'Oti movlns out of Chihuahua northward. I There U littt on., ooticlllsloll for mlli- j tary , ,, ,jMl ls thal tiV!l,. frccs have been dlsentralnlng somewhere south of J.ian t. either for the purpose of (linking Gen. Pershing or to make tlielr wa.v overland by wagon roads to the Amerloin border for the purpose of sinking tasl or wet of Ml Paso In the event of open hostilities. Adding to the puzzle Is the fact that Jtnrez is being gart isone.l TN- hun dred 'lien, left when the res,t of the gat rlsoti evacuated -.In- town last Friday and Situnki. have b. en added to re cenib until there ue again 70M men in the M'..:in horde- itv. a.-cnnllng lo es tnnates of Anieri, in nnlltiiy ofticers These men an- for the most part ex Y.llistas. teiiuited in the last few da.vs to the Cirr.ua ranks from the lamina i.-glon about Tot I eon or piomlse .if ser vice against the Americans. Prim to that time the had been ai live against Cat ranza While the number Is Insignificant, the yaii-son luitnheilng only atuit 7eo t-ioops, fa- presence of Villlsi.is III the ninth I- i-.insaicred as a positive menace to the nonlei. as these men constitute lawless element umli i little or no te I.traint fmui the Carranz-a foic.s. hiving i ie, ,.ntly Joined the C.irr.mza army solely ' ' "Pen uoin ses ot being pc-n milled to tight , the Mner.cins in the evint of Interven. , j t)im , It Is feat ed that all of the old Vlllistas will be sent to the bolder and that In the event of an open bleak they will conduct a series of raids across the bor der above and below 111 Paso similar to the Columbus aflair II was even pre. illct.il to-ilav that Villa would appear at the bonier ,f he Joins the i'.ii ranza .,i,,i, and would be given conunainl of his old teriilorv In the north, with Juan, as his headquarters Information iliat this move would be made In tin- ivent of a break, Is said lo have been received In Washington mine than a month ago and tliat the War Department considers the possibility nf conci titrating a large force of Villa , " bordVr "a "s.mus ,,.,, ,,.,, ,,, be met only bv tnl.1,11. loare. lllnl the tenitoiv south I of the bonier, an aimv officer ,tid to. I night I'rev Inn iiiii-enl nil In it mops. .Mexican n-poits to-night indicated that tieti ,lai into Ttevino, i omin.'ill'lllig tne Cair.iuzt aim coips of the not lit. his pra.-t'i ally coiuplctcd the tllspn-l-tain of bis troops in prep nation for poss'hle Hostilities w th the I'nlted Stall s The loniuiuiiil the stienglh of win, Il ts variously e-tlmateil from 2S,"ii I" lii.nnii mill, has been distributed a.ong tin two radio ids of Chihuahua, the Mexnan Centi.il and the Mexican Ninth 1 I.. ,1... s,-,i,,, XI. e i lli... v.. o.... i.i. . to men ice I lie American line of cunnninli atloii anil present an obstacle to a possible Ameri can drive toward t iiihualni.i ct.v. I'm- more than one week troops have In en conceiiti.iteil in fmce at strategic points north of I'hiliu.iliu.i clt). along tin lino of the Mexican Central run ning illrciil south I'loin Ju.uez Illisli lleporleil III sonorii There lias been a clash between Mi'X- leans in.ra, 1 li o and Ainei leans m noitheru So ii'iording to a lepoit finm Hrlg. 'lics M1l1t.1t Governor of So. in 1 Aim licaiis who at rived Inie finm Chi huahua asserted t li.tt Mexican civilians of all classes ate coining to northern Chihuahua In huge ninubeis to receive aims foi thr ditence of their country against the Aoietiian uiv ison. Virtually verv 11, 1 '1 moving noruiwaril to the ( IU)I ,.rflt.t .v.- points ,s ,, noop tntm i-itapiil sttltles ine being made In the icciultlng of Carrnnzu followers In Chi- CoiiIIiihiiI oil .S'rronil I'ngc. Latin American Nations to Drop All Efforts for .Mediation. PRESIDENT SITS CP AWAITING THE NEWS Expected to Put Crisis in Hands of Congress in II! Hours. TO TRY IN EVERY WAY TO AVOID WAR First Chief Sending Trained Army North. Lansing Is Told. Washimiton, June 27 I-itm dlito mats heard to-night that Oen, Car ranza has rejected the demands of the L'nlted States for the Immediate and unconditional tcleasu of Ilia American troopers held at Chihuahua The feeling In these Latin American quarters was dts.ided! pessimistic. South American diplomats weie prac tically one In declaring that there Is no prospect of settling the dispute thtough ntbltration If Carran.i it-fuses to re leaso the prlsotuis, nnd for that reason all idea of renewing the mediatory of-fi-ts has been abandon. tl. No confirmation of these teporu was obtainable, in Administration circles. Ulllclals were still waiting with tense interest for the formal tepl President Wll.son spent the entire evening lu his study awaiting Informa tion from the State Department lu re gard to tho it-ply. Secretary of Stute Lansing and Counsellor Polk of the State Department dined twget er at the former's residence Secretary of War l:.u,u who had gone to llaltiinoii- cailier in the eve ning to adurt-Ns the Mtujni branch of the League to Kn force I'e.ur, re turnid to Washington about lo u clock and went direct -o the War Depart ment At that hour otIUials of to - War De partment profess,.,) t n,,, ,a, inn flrmatiun of the repot t limn I-:, Paso that tin- four squailroti.s ol mu Llev-i-nth Cavalr.v sent out to bring back the survivors of the Carnz.il engagement had clashed with Cartanzl-tas on the Santa Maria Hivt-r, killing and wound ing a large number of Mi Means and capturing others Will tin Motor.- I onuress. In Administration quiit.is th,. view was expicssi-d that If Cat ranza t eject, the demand or falls to answir it with n the next forty-eight hours the Piesnp.nt will go before Congress and ask au thority to take what steps In ma il.-ein proper for the use of the ained forces of the roiintrv. Including the National Guard, in rt setting tin troi.p, i-s l fur ther safegiiardliig tin- Ami! an Imrdt r it was leaiut-d I mm autliei-' sninces. however, that tile pellelt 1 at t le r-iad ili nf tto.it a lor- last twi-uty-loiir hunts has tiunte advisers tli.il ugaidl i licet It might have on h.. i a tUlies he IS determined to ex .lilst every extreme of path-mo I., ,n ,i w n- be tween the I'nlted States ami .Mi xlco If fotoed to take aggress , st,.p. for II, e rescue of the .Muernaii j ,r s,uiet.s the liesiibnt i said to have ihtmn tied lm will do nothing mole than it large the punitive force lu Mexico. ,,r b-r Funston lo Ifei t the leh ase of tlie men, mil then fa. I haik for the ,1, f, n, , .,1 the bordei The State I -i.itlii.-iit re elcd from I .e lirltish FuibasKj to-tiiv Ine follow. Illg repot t, li-nlV'.ll then- to th,. nt- ii-ll Consul at Chihuahua w m is looking out for American intinsi- Tlieie are I u c 111 -oiu pi ale. at i two si-iKeanis of the Ti tli Civil ry and one White intilpiele nle'lieil I the penitit.tl.it i'vv i a s'ikiiiIv woninled. o:e th oiinh i s ildi and the otli, t lluoiiuli il, i, w mil m knee Itnih i iverirg i t t, . v'ug nieillcal attention Tin nr. - ,tn enth fed and will tnalnl I In m am pie loom fot exeicls, Vo is ule.l that there is no danuet fo. I ves. I 'J l lite, Ml III rllll. W nn twi til x ihiee p- s .- , , i a,, hiiihua ami Willi tlie uuuilie i, llcil to have lettiiiird will! the 111. v. t it t iv,.il in main line of coinnuim, aicn. this leaves iwilve ni ai . oiiiiteil f" as the probable, iiunibei of 11..01., i- kith-1 in tho t'aitizal light Th" Mexlian Ihnlias-v at 1, 1 101 1, to. night said It bad leieivnl iiotlung what ever from Mexnocitv wbali would nidi- .. 1 1 ate the natuie of tin iepl.v i.t'n Mner- ! lea II lb-ma lid s While awailiug tile oiitcoae of the diplomatic exchanges betwiin the two Govei iiiueiits the W it Dep.11 1 uchl l belllilllg cvel possible .iiott toward hastening the iiiiilitb.at.on tiuistcnng In and eiitiainlug of tin- Net mil Gu.itil It Is lealtieil fu.lv lu aiu.v . u-eles that without a 1 otisideiablii ti de of St itn ttlKJps on tlie borili'l' lead In t.lUe the place of the iegul.it ami bin dn- p.ttiol no aggressive action of a cons leiablo charailer can safel.v be undeilaken Allhoiigh icporis 10 the lit itincnt I rout departmental lOniinatnli 1 s te' cato tliat tile Slate folios ate g 11 1 siiii"ii with a fair degiee ol ianiiit tin lu ll. 11 liiuiil s uevelthtiiss .liaaii. over the delav Conlldeiu.al icporis t I lepartiucnt imluate in it torccf, taking .o. it.t tge ,, delays In 'his . oiinirv. in large bodu s ot m is,im-i) t v emit 1 'hum iim vv 11 intention ui 1 ,..ii oi-. i i K'( I"- ng the cae oltli i..- the Sfilo 1 1 .' is 11 ' '( to litar' mi l ntiatliig 'ops 11 tint in op.ucnt os littcs. Off do nut anlclpale a backdown by Cirrinza finm his orders to the Mexican coin'iiaUK-ra