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Rain tonight and tomorrow; wanner tonight. Temperature lightly abore tmilag tonight. Temperature at 8 a. 32 degrees fhtUashttififon times NUMBER 11.403. WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 7. 1920. FINAL ? EDITION PRICE TWO CENTS. Federal Agents Here Hunt Ludwig Martens "Soviet Ambassador" to Put Him Under Arrest ?)9?S(5?(S>?(sXlXSXSXSK!XlXS>??liXSa>ISXiP(2?i?<3XjiXSXl>(SX?sXSK&M itwewmtwiw THREE AMERICANS SLAIN IN MEXICO IN LAST FEW OATS ? .? Sir George Paish Tells Bankers That $10,000,000,000 Is Needed to Finance Bankrupt Europe Senate Marks Time Pending Result of Jaokson Day Pow wow of Democrat*. WILSON AND BRYAN DIFFER Executive Expected to Urge Pact as Campaign Issue If Not Ratified as He Desires; Senator Underwood In tfce Senate* today served notice on thou working (or a Treaty com promise that If they do not speed* lly reach an agreement, he will call uf his resolution (or a con ciliation committee. By J. BART CAMPBELL. , International News Service Staff Correspondent The treaty situation remained dead locked today while the Senate con tinued to mark time pending the out come of the Jackson Day pknquet of Democratic leaders tomorrow night ' Interest was divided between the "Important message1' President Wil son would send to the dinner and the address William Jennings Bryan would deliver there. Two Leaders iHffer. Republican and Democratic Sena tors appeared to take It for granted the President would not only deal with the treaty In his message, but would urge the Democratic party unite in making It a campaign issue unless the Senate agreed to ratify It without reservations which he con sidered would "nullify" It. Bryan was expected to assume a different attitude. He was reported to favor Immediate ratification with the Ixjdge reservations If the so called "preamble" providing for w-It ten assent to the reservations by thraa of the four powers the United States was associated with in the world war be modified. Bryaa See* Disi?r la Isaac. Bryan via said to have taken the position the Democratic minority had ao constitutional, or other, right to dictate to tha Republic majority of the Senate as to the form ratifica tion should take. Senators of both parties who said they shared Bry an's reported view quoted his declarn tlon that the "party, which by insist ing upon unreasonable demands makes the treaty h vital Issue In the campaign, will Invite the wrath of the voters.'' Bryan w as given credit for "a Bet of new reservations emanating from tha Democratic side, to which the Ra (Continued on fjage 3, Column 3.) ADMIRAL BAKH1MEFF EXECUTED BY SOVIET P.uasian Offlcer Charged With Plotting Overthrow of Government. UKRLIN. Jan. 7.?The Ruisian newspaper Prlsyne, a copy of which haa been received here, contains a re port of the execution of Admiral Bakhlmeff, who fought brilliantly against the German fleet in 101T. The admiral, says the newspaper, fcas ac cused of plotting against the soviet government. Admiral Bakhlmeff commanded the Russian fleet In October, 1917, when the Germans achieved a victory ^'Hh preponderating tonnage In the vicin ity of Riga against what were de scribed as old type vessels, forcing the Russlsns to retire ?Into the in terior of Moon sound and then to withdraw from the fighting. Admiral Bakhlmeff had holated his flag over the cruiser Bayan, which It was as acrted. was unsuccessfully attacked by submarines. APPORTION ACCUSED GERMANS FOR TRIALS PARI?. Jan. 7.? The Interallied aemmlsslon. charged with fixing methods of procedure in the (rials of Oarfnans guilty of war crimes, was In gaaslon today to assign lists of the IMtixil Germans to each country for trial r ull lists have been completed. I Democrats To Offer Resolution Indorsing President's Activities Full and antlra approval of Preal daat wiiaon'a Administration. from th? t.lme he antarad the White House until the present. Including h(s trip to Europe and hla effort# at the Paris peace conference, will be made the subject of a resolution tomorrow, when the Democratic National Com mittee meets here to make prepara tions for Its coming campaign. Cnsuslii|a Makaa AsaeaaMSMSt. "We are behind the President!" Cahlrman Cummings repeated with emphasis when the question was put to him as to wether the Democratic national committee would take any action with regard to the peace treaty. "The President Is reported to be strongly opposed to accepting any reservatlona whatever to the pact," It was remarked. "Will the committee express its approval of that standT" "We will undoubtedly support the President in alt he has done to bring permanent peace to the world," Chair man Cummings replied. "His position ought to be well known, for after he returned from the conference he made a tour of the United States and spoke very plainly. Still, I am amased 'at the misinterpretation of the President's speo^hes. Aaaaacd At Slss4rr. "I am amased, too. ^it the corapaign of alander which haa baan going oa against him. It la one of the moat shameful Incldeuts hi the history of American politics. If we live a dec ade. wa shall see the day when we will all be prouad of what he has dpne." Chairman Cummings said the Demo crats were going to win this cam paign, which, in his gplnion,' would be one of. vital importance to the country. He said that during the contest between the Democrats and Republicans the country would find out whether It wanted the kind of leadership which tha Senate had de veloped of late or whether It pre ferred to follow the bigger and finer Americanism of President Wilson. The Democratic chairman was ask ed If the nationsl committee, whan it meats here tomorrow, would appoint a subcommittee to take up the ques tion of a platform. Smiling, he replied: "The Democratic party does not consider it necessary to appoint a POLICEMAN HELD UP BY MAN HE PUT IN JAIL Worker Breaks Out Soon After Being Locked Up In Colorado. CANON CITY, Colo. Jan. 7.?Night Marshal Hiram Pillmore was held up by a man he had arrested and put in jail a few hours before. Marshal Pillmore arrested Jack Carey, an employe of the Ohio Zinc Company, early in the evening. Carey was drunk and was thrown in jail to sober up. As he is an expert Iron worker he soon smashed a cuspidor and used the pieces to force the door of his call. Pillmore was trying the door of a firaRf when Carey camo upon lilm the second time and threatened the marshal s life. Carey, who was still intoxicated, was talked out of the deed by Marshal Pillmore and was akairi arrested. SMOOT GOES GUNNING FOR SERVICE OFFICERS Senator Smoot of Utah Is going after the Scalps of army and naval officers who have been holding office Joba In Washington during the war. He procured the adoption of a reso lution in the Senate today, directing the Secretary of War and the Secre tary of the Navy to report to the Sen ate the number of commissioned of ficers who are not performing line duty, along with their pay and their allowance* for living expenses In Washington. MINE WORKERS APPROVE COAL STRIKE COMPACT COLUMBU8. Ohio. Jan. 7.?United Mine Workers of America, meeting here today, ratified the plan under which the recent coal strike was end ed by a vote of 1.(39 to 221. The vote came at the end of a stormy session. In which the radical element of the union sought fo hloek approval of the project. Cnder terms of Ihe settlement. President Wilson's commission of three men will fix a basis of wages for bituminous min ers MRS. PKTKU OLEBBN, Only womnn wjio will address dual Jackson pay dinner ? ^ A& ?. r. . committee to dJacoWr a platform. I understand that *uch a committer has been appointed by another na tional committee, but then that party han need for such action. I understand It haa offered a $10, 000 prize for the best platform sub mitted to It, by young members of the party, preferably under the age of twenty-five. My personal opin ion is that the sum Is far too little. It is totally Inadequate for the task and only extreme youth would under take It." At the "Jaekxon Day" twin ban quets, to be held tomorrow night at the hotels. New Willard and Wash ington. there will be no "keynote" speeches, Chairman Cummlnga re marked. "Key-note," he said, was a misnomer. The speakers would ray what they, as individuals, had to say, and would not pretend to bind any one other than themselves, "and,' he added with a smile, "maybe not them selves." MEXICAN EARTHQUAKE CLAIMS 1,000 VICTIMS Hear? Toll In Lire* and Immense Property Damage In Vera Cruz. MEXICO CITY, Jan. 7.?Gen. Fran cisco Urqulse, secretary of war, an nounced today he had received official advices that at least 1,000 persons were killed at Cosautlan, in the state of Vera Crui, in Saturday night's earthquake. Dispatches indicated that with clearing away of the wreckaae, the toll of the earthquake all through the state was much heavier than at first believed. The war department advices indi cated about 300 were dead at Bar ranca Grande and Chlcothle. In many villages In the Jalapa district of Vera Cru*?all houses and property were destroyed according to the ad vices to the war department. Government officials expressed hope that because of poor communication and consequent possibility of exag gerated reports It would be found when the final check-up is made that the death toll may not be as large as Ihe present advices Indicated. They admitted, however., there can be little doubt the devastation Is wide spread. Floods and fires addeu io the suffering In many districts. Thou sands of persons arc known to be homeless and many threatened with starvation. The crippling of railroads and the flooded roads have made difficult the work of sending relief. Pandits, It was reported In many districts, have taken advantage of the situation to plunder and rob the homeless people of their few remaining possessions. DIPL0MATS"0F ITALY CONFER WITH BRITISH Nitti and AftBOflatea In Parley With Lloyd George In Downing Street. I./ONDON. Jan. 7.- The conference hetwsen Premier NittI, foreign min ister Hclaolla and Marquis Impsrlall of Italy and Premier Uoyd Oeorge and other British officials was re* sumed In Downing Street today I.loyd OeoVge and Andrew Ponar l,aw. the government leader In the House of Commons, will leave for Paris Thureday PAISH PLEADS FOR 10 BILLION Loan Necessary to Save Europe From Anarchy, Says British Expert , WHEELS MUST BE SET GOING Equilibrium of Exports and Im ports Weapon Against World * Bolshevism. ' PHILADELPHIA. Jul 7.?Europe mugt have a Joan of at least $10. 000,000,000, to be saved from anarchy, Sir George Palsh, Brltleh Onanciai ?Xpert, told the Pennsylvania Bank era' Association here last night. "Europe must be really re-started And restocked," Paish said. "When his has been done, Europe- will b4 able to export commodities as well w> to import them. Thus the equil ibrium, necessary to gave the world from Bolshevism, will be restored* Members or Congresa todar^were atemptlng to reconcile statement! by Secretary of the Treasury Glaaa and | Herbert Hoover, In regard to the financial needs of Europe Haever AJmlmat Lne Secretary Glass haj submitted to the Ways and Means Comimttee of * pecon,?"*n<latlon that the n<?.kt? ;Sut?" d,? ,nt<> Ita financial S. further loans to rehablll tat? hurope. LJ1^HOOW -Aaida from secondary mratuNa by our Govern ment, the European problem la merely one of ratification of peace and or dlnary bualneaa process.*' h*" be'n *ccepted gen rally as authoritative In hla statement as to conditions in Europe. As food director of th? allied forcea during Lhie,KWar.h" fan>* ,nto dtrec' contact with not only the problem of food ?upply, but with the financial altua lion. Baalneaa CrrllU tafMfal. Considering Europe aa a whole, Mr. Hoover asserts that the 70.000.000 peo Pie of natlona which have not auftsred heavily In the war should aid Europe, but adds: "if we contribute a bread supply on Government credit to starv ing cities, plu* business credits, we will be doing our share of world re sponsibility." He alao pointa out that Great Britain practically haa admitted offi cially that she needs nothing but com I mercial credits, while he saya Kng i land has ample unpledged foreign as sets to cover her need*. This condi tion also applies to France. Glaaa Has Ckragc of Heart. The Secretary of Treaaury. in a recent letter to Chairman Kordney, of the Ways and Means Committee, points out that he hss charged his view point on the question of assist ing in Europe finances. In his an nual report to Congress, the Hecrc tary urged that European loans be discontinued. In his letter to Mr. r ordney, he says he is convinced that the necessary financing cannot be <lone tnrough ordinary private chan nels. Secretary Glass has asked permis sion to appear before the Ways and Moans Committee to lay before It In formation concerning the financial status of Europe and to urge legisla tion for further extension of credit. Text ?( Glaaa* Letter. The Secretary's letter follows in part; "I have the honor to request that your committee afford me the oppor tunity of laying before It any infor mation which It may desire and which I am able to furnish, Ifi order that appropriate legislation may be con sidered at once. "The emergency Is of such mag nitude; the dictates of humanity are so pressing; the possible effect Af the present situation upon the so cial, economic and financial relm I Mutation of Europe and. consequently I upon the trade njtd prosperity of the world. In which the United states Mas so great a stake, may be of suoh consequence that I do hesitate frem the standpoint of humanity and pub. He policy to aasume the responsibility of appealing to the humane and prac tleal sentiments of the Congress to take Immediate steps to furnish from our surplus the food necesaary to h?v* the situation. "We cannot and must not fall to supply some food on credit to save human lives and safeguard civilisa tion. for which rr? have already ex pended so many 1* ss snd billions of ilellata," * WU.-4KI nr.fork mrals sad I III,* good 4lgMtlua nates jog feel X Communist Organ in New York Suppressed by Federal Agents. 58 MORE AT ELLIS ISLAND Force Urged by Radicals in Detroit to Advance Soviet Aims. A warraat far the depertatiea ?f L. C. A. X. Intnl. Mil* itfM wrfet uak*m4?r to the United States, has ben Issued, Department af Justice officials , said today. Officers of the repartmeat Bali they woald aarre the warraat aa soon as they eoald flad Marteas. S. Knarteva, aae af Martoaa' aidea, told a reporter that Mar toaa waa at the Lafayette Hotel, \ ?air a fetr iaan (na the 4a NBW YORK. Jan. 7.?FlftyHBlfht ptreons were added to the group of alleged alien radlcala at Ellis I aland daring the laat twenty-fonr honra, bringing the total held there for de portation up to 499. Department of Juatiee agonta con tinued their ralda yesterday. Top ping the day's activities waa a sud den descant upon the Nory Mir. or gan of communism, at one time ed ited by Leon Trotsky. Fourteen Are Arrested. Fourteen men and one woman and a large quantity of literature were celled. Dr. Victor Pachacksky, alia* Dr. Paige, an aaeociate of Trotsky, was anionic those arrested. Pachackaky w?? connected with the revolutionary movement in Russia in 1107. and was exiled to Kiberta. He escaped and made his way to Ger many and South America. He cami here with Trotsky in 1911. after working with Lenlne In Swltserland. He Is known as a lecturer on radical subjects. Hundreds of "Red" organisations were reported to be fleeing from this city today to escape arrest by Fed eral agents. Some were said to be headed toward the Canadian border. A fund is being raised for the de fense of the prisoners. Elisabeth Curley Flynn. who has charge of It, ?aid today that enough money is on (Continued on Page 2, Column 7.) DETROIT MAYOR URGES MOTOR STREET CARS People Will Br Aaked By Couiena To Vote On $15,000,000 Proposal. _________ i DETROIT, Jan. 7.?Mayor James Cousens aaked the Common Council to place before the votera at the elec. Ition on April 0 a propoaal for a $13, 000,000 bond laaue for the conatruc tlon of a munlelpally owned and op erated atreet railway ayatem. Mayor Couiena la hopeful, If the bqnd laaue la voted, of using the Ford gaaollne street ear. In discussing the plan the Mayor aald the 100.75 mllea of new track could be completed In two years and that construction would start the day after election if the plan was sanc tioned by the voters. "I hav# been watching the develop ment of the gaaollne atreet car and recently had a conference with Mr. Ford, when he ahowed me several engines snd plana for his ear. I was assured by his engineers that the gas street car could be built for a mini mum of $5,000 a car. which would re duce the cost of equipment 50 per cent?In other words, cut the cost down to about %2,000,000." SENATE TO HUNT REDS IN U. S. TRADE BOARD Appointment of a subcommltte of the Renate Interstate Commerce Com mittee to Investigate the Federal Trade Commission was authorised at a special meeting of the committee today. The Investigation will go Into al leged activity of extremists in the enmmiwslon's offlne. A resolution In troduced by Senator Watson, Repub lican. of Indiana, and paeeed by the fenaie ordered Jhs Investigation. Wealthy Draft Dodger Caught By Detectives After Two Years' Chase PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 7.?One of the wealthy Berg doll brothers, who have been sought for nearly two years on charges of evading the army draft, was arrested here to day, when detectives raided their home. Detectives surrounded the Bergdoll residence early in the morning and broke in from the front and rear simul taneously. Say She Threatened Detectives. Mrs. Brrfdoll )? tlle(?4 to ktv* threatened the detectives with a re volver, but the weapon wu wrested from her hands. la the meantime the house was being searched and a man wrapped in a blanket was fotmd hiding In a closet. The policeman reoofn'**' him as Brwin Hergdoll, but the prisoner claimed that he was the other brother, Orover. They look much alike. The Bergdolls are very wealthy. The draft dodging case gained na tional notorleO' when the brothers disappeared. Search failed to reveal tliem. They were reported to have gone to Mexico, but all trace of them wfts lost Upon previous occasions the Bergdoll residence hhs been. raided, biit without revutt. \ The raid was mada following per sistent report* fM' lMn and G rarer CJe* eland IteVgdoH, mm of the wealthy brewer's widow, were hack In the city after having given I the authorities thai dip repeatedly. J?MT>h MeDOTltt. Of the Department of Justice, heading ? party of htm agents, waa met at the front door of the Berfdoll home by Mrs. Berg doll. who thraataned him with a pla toL McDotIU grow impatient with her, deelarln*: Thla woman la bru only defying the law, and we will ret In If we have to burn down the houaa. If ahe 'la ao fooltah aa to ahoot oneof our men aha will have to take the consequences." The offtoera, despft* the threatening attitude of Mra Bergdoll. then broke Into the houses and arreated her aon. Bergdotl la tho aon of a wealthy brewer. He formerly waa an automo bile ty.ee driver. The Department of Justice today announced that Cleveland Bergdoll, known aa tho "mlllloiaire draft ??r'lT The itopartnMnt announced that kn. Bcrfdoll, mother of the man. had ahot at 'the agent who made tho ar rest, but i?Imi< hint. Oriental Shrewdness Of Wan Is Displayed In Cross-Examihation With true Oriental shrewdness. his ?very word uttered with deliberate ness, Zlang Sung Wan. Chinese stu dent on trial for his life before Jus tice Gould and a Jury in Criminal Division No. 1, District Supreme Court today baffled United States District Attorney John E. Ijiskey In tlie lat ter'* attempt to wring from him in criminating admissions of ont only killing Ben Sen Wu, but Dr. Theodore T. Wong and C. H. Hsie, members of the Chinese Educational Mission, who were found slain lant January. Admitting that he had told the police he shot and killed Wu after the latter had slain Dr. Wong and Hsie, Wan declared, while under the searching Cross-exarnii.atlon, that any such admissions he had made had been extorted from him through force and suggestion. Admit> Ordering KimnI, In an attempt to contradict Win's statement that he was deprived of food. District Attorney I.askey pro duced checks he had signed for eat ables while a "guest" of the Poliee Department at the Dewey Hotal. "Did you order this food?" "Yes, but 1 was so sick that I could not eat |t." "Did you not tell the deteetivea that you returned to New York on January 27, and when confronted I y Kang \ja, repudiate that, and say you left on January 20? "No, not that I remember. When the polioe came to my room thoy pointed pistol at me and my brother. I was ao excited I might have said that, but 1 don't remember-" Wanted to <iri Bid mt Palter. Did you not tell Detective Burlln game you and Van went to the Itlggs Bank to get the check caofced -that you waited outside In the taxi cab?" "Yes, 1 told them that, but It was not true." "Then why did you say It?'1 "Jiecause they had told mc about tho taxlcab. and I said so to get rid of the detectives." "Did you not say that after Van eeme out of the bank that he said they would not cash the check?II was no good?that he would have to he Iden tified. you put the check In your pocket gnd destroyed It on the train while you and your brother were going to New York?" "If 1 aaid that I was forced to." J?d*e Questions lllm. Justice Gould took Wan In hand after District Attorney l-*skey had asked him about the telegram Wan ?ent to hia brother Van in New York. Wan said: "If I had Intended to kill these men I would not have sent a telegram to my brother. I wanted him to eome because I was elek, "Why didn't you get a nurse heret "I didn't want to be bothered about nurses here." At this time Justice Gould leaning toward Wan asked him to explain why he made Incriminating state ments against himself, when he knew that if true they would mean the ulti mate penalty of the law. TkM|kt T**th WmII 0*t. Wan explained in * halting manner that he thought by making the state ment and signing it he would get rid of the police, who were constantly worrying and asking him questions. MI signed," said the prisoner, "be cause they wanted m? to sign. They say 'sign.' and I sign. They say 'don't sign,' and I don't sign. Justice Gould then asked whether he knew that if his confession was true and that If he signed It it meant his death warrant. "I thought the truth would come out in the Investigation whether I signed or not," he replied. "Let them investigate and find out the truth. Uefore adjourning for the noonday recess. Justice Gould asked the ste nographer to strike out from the rec ord his question regarding Wan's "signing of bis death warrant" and the prisoner's answer thereto. While the prosecution dereloped that Wan had mad<> many conflicting statements and admissions, it failed (Continued on I'age 2, Column 4.) MAY DEPORT BAMTONE FOR DECEIVING SOPRANO Baklanorr, Accused By Girl, At tribute* His Romantic Trou ble* To Jralouay. CHICACSO, Jan. 7.?George Bakla nofT. famous Russian barlton* of the Chicago Grand Opera Company, who was arrested on a deportation war rant Alleging misconduct with Mile. Klvlra Atnaxer, the soprano, at tributed his trouble today to jealousy. "That woman," hs said, "so Jeal ous Is she of me, you wouldn't believe It. .She gets jealous at everything? chairs, walls, bureaus, everything. You wouldn't believe It how Jealous that woman Is. Hhe loves ma. She has proposed to me." Mile, Amaiar charged that Kakla noff toured the country posing as an unmarried man, when he has a wife In Russia. The baritone admitted he would like to marry Mils. Amiier. "Rut how can If he asked. "I write to Russia, but no answer do I get. t don't know whether I'm married or not. I dirt not bring Mile Ainaaar to Chicago. I come to sing for the Bos ton Grand Opera Company alone, when thai got bust up 1 eomo to Chicago." MaklanofT Is at liberty undar $1,000 ball. I , -V Consul Directed to Investigate Slaying of Oil Man By Officer. TO DEMAND REPARATIOt Department Awaits Official Iih formation of Earlier Kill ings by Robbers. Qabrlol Porter, an American cttf ??n In employ of the Penn-Mez. Co-, w shot and killed by a Mexican federal army officer at Tuxpaa* December 31, the State Department was advised today by the American oonaal at Tamplco. "Tbe conaul has been directed by telegraph," the State Department an nounced, "to report further inform** tion, and if warranted by the circuitt" iitaneM to urge the local authorltiag Tlmpico district to arrest and ptfaUlh the rrflty pemotL" Br|n New CYfcfs. i . The Mate Department so far hafl not received a complete report on thd detail* of the murder of two Amert* can employes of tho International Pm troleum Company at Port L/obos. Tbe killing's reported yesterday and that of Porter, reported today, may bring1 a new crlsts in Mexican relap ' tlons If It Is shown that Carranza sol dlers are responsible, it vu believed here. While the State Department await ed a complete report on the slayinB near Port Ix>bos of two American employes of the International Petrol eum Company, it wan believed today that should it develop that Carranga. soldiers were reaponsible for the kill ing. the relations between the United Statea and Mexico would again ap proach the breaking point. Slayers KM IdralilH. The State Department so far hat not been advised who killed tbe Americans, P. J. Rolle and Kaile Eowles, but the American consul at Tamplco has been Instructed to make a report on the details of the crime. The American embassy at Mexico City also haw been directed to make urgent representations to the Mexican gov ernment for the punishment of tbe murderers. It was believed here today that, the Americans were killed either by stray bandits or by Carranza soldiers. The belief was expressed that tho consul at Tamplco certainly would not have notified the State Department so quickly of the murders had they been the result of a fracas among em ployes of the oil company, or had they been committed by native Mexi cans under circumstances which tend ed to show that the Americans were In the wrong. It was pointed out here that the Carransa troops are In complete con trol of the Tamplco oil district, in / which the Americans were killed, and that, therefore. It was not likely that there was any organized body of ban dits operating there. The only revolutionist leader about the oil district is (General Manual Pelaeis, and h? and hie forces arc to the south. In addition, Palaes i* friendly towards foreigners, accord* Ing to representatives hero of AmerU can oil interests in Mexico. Had Pay Fiait. According to the Stato Depart ment's advices, the Americans weM believed to have had pny funds of the company in their possession at the time of their murder. With receipt of Information <hat Harry V. Leonard and Harry O. Mar tin, two American sailor*, were to be released from jail in Mazatl.in on January 12. the State Department hoped that Incident would be closed. The two sailors were sentenced t? two months' Imprisonment for al leged as.suit upon s Mexlcar.. Inas much as the State Department had been advised that the men were prop erly arrested. It was believed here that the sentence handed down In their case was proper MEXICO CITY, Jan. T.?Comment* Ing upon similar action by the Unite* States the foreign afflee announced today Mexican consuls throughout the United States had been Instructed to oomplle list of Mexicans killed, rob bed or otherwise mistreated in Amer ica. Ttn list will be designed to show Mexico has as much cause for rem ? plaint of treatment of her citizens In the United States as that Oevern menl has over treatment of Its citi zens la Mexico. It was mM.