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-. to WEATHER FORECAST: Cloudy tonight and Monday. (Full Report on Pago.. Two.) NUMBER 8585. FEAR 1 OROZCO FLEES WILSON GETS READY TO ACT Huerta Will Be Kept in Closest Detention by U. S. Until His Lieutenant Is Brought Back to Texas. President Carefully Maturing Plans Expected to Make Announcement Soon After His Return to Washington. Gen. Pascutl Orozco, alleged co conspirator with Gen. Victoriano Huerta in a plot to 'launch a new revolution in, Mexico, escaped across the border after eluding his guard at El Paso, and is noy oh Mexican soil, The Department of Justice wasj HUV19WU VI vltsvu a vjwap nwiv the border tody, but the Bureau of Investigation said the report it had received was "unofficial." Chagrined at Orozco's escape while out on bonds of $7,500 awaiting trial on a charge of con spiracy, officials of the State and Justice departments; expressed a determination to keep Huerta in closest detention until Orozco is brought back to Texas. Whether this will be done by denying the ex-dictator bail, or by placing his bail at the highest possible figure and increasing his guard if he is given temporary liberty,' officials would not disclose. WILSON PREPARES TO ACT. All reports from Cornish, N. H.. to day are to the effect that President Wilson Is preparing to act In the Mexican situation. He is carefully reaching conclusions and maturing plans. . An announcement 1b expected soon after his ,return to this city in a few days. Almost all his time while in his of fice is devoted exclusively to the Mexican situation. Long code mes sages from the State Department are being received oy mm, ana, accoru Ing to sources close to the President, it in said that he Is particularly per turbed over the obstacles hindering Red Cross relief work. The Department of Justice has not received a full report on Orozco's es cape from the guards stationed around his house in El Paso. A re port from District Attorney Camp or Special Agents Beckham giving de tails of Orozco's reported flight across the border Is expected momentarily. District Attorney Camp has been In structed to send a complete report on the rearrest of Huerta afEl Paso. This action was taken on the initiative of the district attorney after Orozcq's escape, and the Washington Government has not been advised of the reasons for the Depot Unearthed. Evidence that the HuertaOrozco plot was more widespread In its ramifica tions had had at first been supposed was placed before the State and Justice Departments today by Enrique C. Llorente. Villa's Washington agent. Mr. Llorente transmitted to the two departments a report received from the Villa commander In Ensenada, Lower California, telling of the discovery on the American side, five miles from the border, of a depository for ammunition, in which 2E0 rifles, 250 revolvers, and 25.000 rounds of ammunition were stored. The Villa commander at Ensenada reported that the arms and ammuni tion had been stored In an adobe hut on the road between an Diego and Calexlco by an American who was be lieved to be Implicated with Huertn. and Orozco In a plot to Inaugurate a revolution in lower California. No Action On Carranza Request. The tate Department took no action today on the application of the Car ranza agency in Washington for the extradition to Mexico of Huerta, Felix DIas, Manuel Mondragon. and Aurell ano Blanquet, who are charged by Car- (Contlnued on Page Fourteen.) Free Dancing at Qrtat Falls, V AdTt HUNT INTO MEXICO; AIDES OF MORGAN'S PLOT i man who LETTER TO THE TIES GAVE OUT FIRST CLUE Wired to New York, It Forces Confession of Explosion in Capitol Building. The first clue connecting the J. P, Morgan assault, nnd the Capitol bomb explosion was a similarity between the pro-peace utterances of Holt, after his attack on Mr. Morgan, and the peace plea advanced In rambling fashion In the "R. Pearce" letter mailed to The Times shortly before the Capitol ex plosion Inspector Bo.irdman immediately as sociated the two outrages with the ap pearance upon the street of the noon edition of The Times yesterday, which contained the "U. Pearco" letter and the details which came from New York later in the day of the uttempted as- J sasslnutlnn of Mr. Morgan. ! 'vBBmmmmmimmmmmmirmmttmtmmjmjm - t.Hi;iin:'. mwmmBami'M 4 . iBHnBKBBKXifHaaBB n-av;,iKi,i.', ,. jh rjc '., . -,hkv jimxi".im. i"-i;:,jmmmi-'t ra-i-tv!.. MM., 'M'M"'H' J-fllM)! I lIJHlllfiMLICMi B hdi'.-1iiiiliiBiiBeBHKTiiHHiii8S!lK m SliBHMinPMBHnH ii !'- tv vT &mgr m .aig . The letter received by The Times, bomb operator vas to select 8omo Oov malled two hours before the Capitol ex- ' crnment building. After the Senate ploBlon Friday night, was In the hands ' was selected as the pluco for the bomb of the police early yesterday morning, i protest against warfare, the word "Sen "Pearce." who is now Identified as Holt, i ate" was carefully Inserted In the let mallcd letters to all Washington news- ter to Tho Times. papers, but the missive sent Tho Times j When Tho Times mail was opened was more explicit as to the peace propa- ' yesterday morning, tho significance of ganda of the writer, and it alone con-1 this falsely sUneil letter won Immeril. talned reference, in the body of tho ately realized and it was turned over to letter, to the "Senate" outrage J the poller, who began a dragnet search The letter as typewritten, It appears foi the writer Meanwhile, the early had a blank space for the insertion of 1 editions of tho New York evening news a word describing, the location of tho ' papers carried extracts from the letter explosion. The evident purpose ot tn received by The Time, ranking apecitlu. WASHINGTON, AGAINST OFFICIALS' UVES trii;d to blo w up the capitol yfiW&4m , fj iiKvW nrniiuin mm irr IT ; :LiS H B Cl'S RIGHT WING .:vM Vtl TflSBiii' i ft "i Mr 'ixiBr Above From left to right, THEODORE CAMPBELL, deputy sheriff; FRANK HOLT, assailant of J. P. MORGAN, and FRANK Mac- CAHILL, constable. Below is a picture of Holt alone, showing how infuriated servants at the Morgan home vented their anger on him after (he crime. SUNDAY EVENING, mention of tho ilue ttirned up by the Wushlnston newspaper. With the attack uno,n J. P. Morgan nnd the first lamblln? statement of Holt about world peace Inn aluo oJ thlr clue was gieatlv increased nnd after ft period of "sweating ' Holt confessed tJ'at he had executed the I omV) outrage as a oart of his campaign to convince the United States that war Is wronir The fact that "Pearce communicated (Continued on Bicond Page.) JULY 4, 1915, General Mackensen Separates Russian Armies Advance Guard Near Lublin. BBRMX (Via Wireless to London), July 4 General von MacUcnsen's narlng dash Into Rueala from Lembers has re sulted In complete sucess of his plan to separate tho Russian armies, war office dispatches received toda assert Maikenbon's drive northward between the Hug and Vistula already has Iso lated the Slav rUht wing. His advance guards are reported within thirty-four miles of I.ublin. From a .point noi thcast of Lemherg to the Dniestei river. General von Lln Klncen and Austrian commanders are sweeping the SIuvh out of Gallcia on a luO-mllo front Germans Progress Quickly. The official statement Issued by the war office sajs that north-of the Duels ter the German troops, odvuuclng with continuous fighting, nre In pursuit cf tho enem. They, aie advancing from the Mariampol-Alnrujoa-Mlasto line to ward the Zlota-IJpa section. They (Continued on Fifth Paga ) fll.litl All Opportune Tlmri Viilt Tour home In Old North Hiau Special excur sion July 14, Bouibtrn Railway, Consult eitnt. Aavt. ASSAILANT WAR CRANK GRILLED BY PULLMAN ON HIS OUTRAGE IN SENATE Washington Police Chief In New York, At tempting To Confirm Absolutely Holt's Confession of Two Crimes Great Fi nancier Will Recover, Doctors Say. In an effort to establish conclusively that Frank Holt, the pro-German peace propagandist, who shot J. P. Mor gan and confessed responsibility for the bomb explosion in the Capitol building, had no accomplices, Maj. Raymond W. Pullman, chief of Washington police, remained over in New York today. Holt freely admits both outrages, but denies having accomplices. Major Pullman and New York police official have persistently quizzed Holt regarding the suspicion that, her Had been associated with others in his mad plan to em pliasize the German anti-munitions propaganda and the hunt for other plotters is in progress. , t That Holt, had he been successful in his assaultupon Mr. Morgan, might haveonefarthandHt.the;Hve- or prominent .omciaia ana even inai or me rresiuem, u fear lurking in the minds of police heads here and in New York. Holt's incessant talk of his peace propaganda causes the police to suspect that his plot had deeper ramifications. The-Secret Service guard about the President has been increased and a closer watch is being kept on Government buildings and all high Government officials. Until it is definitely established htat Holt had no ac complices and that he planned and executed both the Wash ington and Glen Cove outrages there will be no let-up in' this watchfulness. ; J. P. Morgan, the twice-wounded financier, will re cover. Physicians do not expect complications because of his two wounds in the thigh. The financier's struggle with the crazed pro-German peace propagandist, who invaded his home with revolvers' and dynamite, is an absorbing detail of the remarkable story. The confession of Holt, obtained last night, goes fully into his plans for blowing up the Capitol and shooting Mr. Morgan. At first, however, Holt denied knowledge of the Capitol explosion, and the police are" endeavoring to verify his connection with it independent of his confession. The prisoner, who will be arraigned at Mineola next Wednesday, stolidly denies that he had companion plot ters. "Only God' he says, knew of his peace program and his desire to stop the shipment of war munitions making possible "further murders" in Europe. In the disordered brain of Holt, Mr. Morgan might have prevented the war, and he might now stop it.. Yet,' Holt now asserts, he did not want to destroy entirely, either Mr. Morgan or the Capitol building. He merely sought "to protest" with bomb and revolver Holt's confesnion that it was he who planted the time bomb a crude yet effective device in the Senate recep tion room Friday night, was made to Captain Tunney last evening. An official of the German embassy refused to dignify with a denial what he termed insulting insinuations that Holt typified a German-inspired conspiracy to stop the ex portation of war munitions from this country. Morgan to Recover, His Doctors Assert GLEN COVE,, N. Y., July 4. J. P. Morgan, the banker, who was shot yesterday by Frank Holt, will re cover, according to the latest bulletin. At 10 o'clock Dr. H. H. M. Lyle and Dr. J. W. Mar koe declared that the patient was restipg easily and that as Sunday Evening Edition PRICE ONE CENT. i - .- -j4 a j. .