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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, Jl LY I, 1913. Mr C urrkr. on IVnta Month. ll Mall, Ait triila Mont. MiikIi- ( .Imi, ft Onlo, TIllltTY-niTH YIvU. vol . fxxxyin. . :.. PICKETT'S CHARGE IS fH RIDCE Virginia Veterans Cross Tim othy Field and March Up to "Bloody Anftlc'' Where Fed erals Held Stone Wall, HANDSHAKES GREET ASSAILANTS IN GRAY Stars and Stripes and Stars and Bars Unfurled; Much Spcechmaking Indulged in by Orators Present, :iv MoHNiNn jmiKMik -jftniL LrAfiro VIH) Gettysburg Hatlh field, I'a., .liny " A handlul of men In gray, l.'.O I" all, re-( naeted today the charge of l'icketl across the field of Gettysburg where 11 a the slope of Cemetery 1 wg death kept step with tMeni in They weie veterans of the Virginia liKimelds of that immortal hrimidc Clidcr the hrow of the ridue in the Me ody nnnle wlieie the I'liiladelphia lirli;,,,!,. st I that day, was a handlul in I, hie, carTly larger, waitim,' to meet the unslaimht of peace. Then' were no flashing salu'es, no din I'oarim,' with shell, nnl.v eyes that dimineil last and kindly face,, hehind the stone wall that marks the anlc At the end, in place of wounds or prison or death. were handshakes, spcoihiK and ininKlini; cheers. The veterans in iiay marched for a miai'tor of. a ml!" over the mound that tin y traversed durini; the charifc. They ai;ie up the slope in columns of fours, irregular, hut responsive to the eommaiiilH of Major Y . W . Hi nt-I l,v-, of the :'-llii Virginia, one of the; few officers of either I'h kett's or the, I'hilailolphia hriuHili-H who were ires-i cut. Ahead of them man lied a hand . and well down the oliiiun was a fadcl confederate flat', lis red li Id pierced w ith man v holes, Its cross 1ml e ! oilli and its shaft colored with the M.eat of many a man who died that ; p mlKlu fly liis;h 1" Hie last nesneiai efl' rt to pierce the Cnion lints. Its promess was slow and painful, for the timothy In tho fM was hiwh and i plowed cm face was n t easy for world weary feet. I'p to the Very dRe of the stone. wall, covered now with Untitled vines, shaded hy tics anil peaceful as a simmier lane, they marched In the hot sun while the 1 and played "l)iie." There they stood half an hour while th. ir comrades in hlue peered across at them. The Idne line formed hehind the walls, flyer their heads floated a laded standard of the second army enrps. Hehind them were the statues of the I'hllailelpliia hi iRade and the Kouith 1'. S. army hatlery where ilen etal Arnilstead died ill the midst of the Bun, killed, the histories say, hy a shot fired hy Us dyinn commander, Lieutenant Cu.shinK. As the men in ray formed in a lone, line faeini; the wall, the start) and Pars and the II.ik of the second corps were crossed rn amity; the stars and stripes was unfurled and the crowd that came to watch hurst into a cheer. Keprcsontativc J. Hampton Moore, of I'eimsylvania, made a Ioiik speech and Major Hentlcy answered him on hchalf of the south. The vet erans in uray were uiven n medal provided hy John Waiiamaker. They crowded over the stone wall, shook hands and the chaw was over. There was many a piotitrcsiiio f inure in the line that lame up the sloyo. W. II. Turpin, of (he r,.ird Virginia, apluar.d in the uniform he wore on the day of the charne. His feet Were hound in cloth, he- had an army hlanket strapped to his hack and he calmly smoked a 1' .nu-stemmed corn eoh pipe. Then- were fifteen rcKiments in rickctt's division that day in 'ii:i, and the histories say that 5.0(10 men chained across the field. Kvcry field officer was killed or wounded except one lieutenant colonel and two-thirds of the line officers met the same fate. Of the .l.iMHI who charged only ahout L',000 reLiiri'e,! to the confederate po sition. The Philadelphia 1 riiiaile lilim horcd uncut 1,:'imi nien and lost 4 .". 3 in killed and wounded. "(lovcrnors' day" in the hiif tent was a (.Mint success. Interest was added to the occasion hy the presence "f '' oi nnrcssional committee of twonty ntiii representatives and nine senators, who came here this afternoon from Washington, headed hy Vice President Marshall and Speaker Clark. "lie practical siiKKcstion came from the nieeUni;. (lovernor Cox, of Ohio, In the course of his address, urged that the national soldiers' home at Johnson city, Teiin., he turned over to the confederates for use as a home for the veterans who fought under the southern flat?. The audience voiced its uyproval hy tremendous ap plause. Vice President Marshall was tho first speaker. His address was In the nature of a Fourth of July oration. He said in part: "It would he in vain to speak of lifcht or wrons (,n this occasion. This i eh l, ration could only happen in America. Nowhere else in the world could men who fought as hitter foes, fifty years ami, meet, clasp hands in hrotherly love, as they are, here to day. This occasion will perhaps he NACTED IT CEMETERY tin' last of llti' Mason unci Dixon line. As Bob' Taylor once said, there Ik now no difference between the north Anil south cxivit rolil bread und hot I iSChil." Spiakcr clatk made his usual hit with tin- inidiem Ho commended t hn s, n llnieni .,f Mr. Marshall th.H (only In America could there ho wit-IncsMt-d the wvni' of miK' lU 'T ' f I clasping hands In brotherly love fifty 'year after they hail fought cadi nth !er an, I ho recalled that "it took Kng !and years ti get aroiliul to the point of iii'i ting n statute to Its great n il. I, diver Cromwell." Tho valor illsplayi'il in tho war," h. ili i lured, "was not northern Valor. ' It was rot southern valor, l'.ut I ! thank Almighty God, It was American valor. Tho greatest thing of all Is to ho an American citizen." 1 Governor Mann, of Virginia, a war 'veteran, produced gieat enthusiasm thy declaring "If we hail known each I other as well In IM',1 as we ilo now tho war would have liecn liir,'ossllile." I Governor Cox, of dllio, was a fnv orite. ami hi;' Confederate soldiers' :ionio suggestion appealed to strike a ; popular ohmd. i lie said: "May. we not on this solemn oita jsion. indulge the hope that the hoar jis not far distant when we will turn over to the Confederates the nation al soldiers' home at Johnson City. Tcnn.. the only institution of its kind on southern soil and there under the kind ministrations, of our gnvci n- mint, demonstrate of this treat day. As a. result of today between In tin genuineness conference late llixoll, of the state hi a 1th d Swope, of the rtinent. and Jud,e iiintv license court, ;all saloon keepers were untitled to close their har rooms at 11 o'i lock each nluht dul'inn the remainder of the week and were forhidden to sell ll,iior to intoxicated men. Althoanh many veterans stayed over night to hear I'r. sident W ilson speak tomorrow, the celchration prohahly ended tonight with a lire works display. Peforc it hegan sev eral hundred veterans from the south marched over to headiiia iters to pay their respects to (ii'lOTal l.iltnett. Ccticlal Liggett stood in front of Ills ti nl and reviewed the ma rch. The regular army wiii pay Its trlh- 'iile to the men who died at Celt. vs. hui'g fifty years ago. AGAIN DEFIES j Militant Suffragette Sees No ; Good Reason Why Women ; Should Not Be Permitted to 1 Hoot Cabinet. I liY MOHNINO JOURNAL bPfcCIAL LtASlO WIRE, London, July 3. Miss Sylvia Pank Ihuist unnnunocil at a meeting of lull 'itant suffragettes in London tonight I that she had heen summoned to ap i pear at a police court on July a, In connection with the Downing street raid, of which she was th.' leader, last Sunday night. Miss Pankhurst expressed regret ;that She was not arrested at that time, 'and added: ) "1 am charged with inciting. I insked the puldlc at Trafalgar sipiare to go to iHiwning street and hoot the icahlni t. Downing- street Is a puhlic thoroughfare. What right have tne police to stop the puldlc from going there to hoot the caldnet j Ucferring to the "cat and mousu" hiP, she said: i "II means death- n slow, lingering ; death. The only alternative is for the ; government to give way. Th,. w omen i prisoners w ill nev er give way." Lincoln Consecration Speech at Gettysburg Fi ur some and seven years ago : " our fathers hn, light forth "I1"!! ' the continent a new nation con- ; celved in lihcrty, and dedicated j lo the preposition (hat all men ' are created eipial. Now v. e ale engaged In a great civil war, f tesiine whether that nation or 1 1 any nati.m so concclveil and so , dedicated, can Ions endure. We i i re met on a gn at hattleficld nt' 1 that war. We have come to ded- : Ji-iite a portion of that field as a ; ' final resting place for those who I her,, gave their lives that that i'S nation might live. It is alto- j'v gelher fitting and proper that we I should do this. . ' Hut in n large sense we cannot ' dedicate, Wc cannot coiiseelate, ' ! w-e cannot hallow this ground. ' The hrav e men, living and dead, i who strmtgled here, have conse- crated it far fthove our power to add or detract. The world will i; j little note nor long remeinl i r what we say here; hut it can ; never fmget what tlicy did here. It is for us the living rather, ' to he dedicated here to the iinfln- ! j ished work which they who v fought here have thus far so nol'ly advanced. It is rather for ; us to he here dedicated to the ! ? great task remaining hefore us, ' ! that from these honored dead j We take inci eased devotion to that cause for which they gave ' ' the last full measure of devo- ' tion. that we here highly resolve " : that these dead shall not have ! ' died in vain, that this nation, un- -? der Cod, shall have a new hirth of freedom; and that government -t of the peopic, hy the people, mid i for the penyle, shall lint perish -from the earth. - '' MISS PANKHURST GOVERNMENT BULGARIA EIGHTS FOR DOMINANCE IN BALKAN STATES Without War Having Been De clared Fierce Battles Occur Between Foiccs Which Re cently Were Allies, SERVIAN AND GREEK REPORTS EXAGGERATED Powers Have Little Hope of Averting Struc.de Which Has Not Yet Been Com menced Formally, 'v MoBNirta jniiRNi ..prr,Ai. lO'.tn wwrj ! London, July ::. The condition of ' affairs in the palkaii rupture i" ex traordinary. The twenty hours whiih the Hulgaiiaii government accorded to Crece and Scrvin to cease oper.i lions have expired. Muring the same period, Dulgali.i imdel'took lo ahstain from hostilities in older to give Uus sia time to inlervone in favor of peace. I'.ui hostilities ;ue heing carried on hy huth sides, jiiiparcntly wilh the fierce ness chaiai terislic of the I'.alkan sol diers; and no declaration of war has Jet heon made. The lespective diplo matic representatives are still at H"'1' posts. There is now only the faintest hope that Russia or the powers will he aide to prevent Hie struggle which is to decide whether or not I'.ulgaria shall he predominant in the llalkan con federal Ion. A new complication arose today in the decision of Koiimania to nmhilize her army. What role Koiimania Is t'' play Is quite unknown, hut she is gen erally expected to follow her tradi tional policy of waiting on events, in readiness to take advanlage wherever il may he ohtalned with the least risk and troiililc Koumaiiia's mol'ilization causes uneasiness in Austria, where il is regarded as a defeat for Austrian diplomacy. Little li'-WS has come to hand today I of the military operations In M.icodo ; nin. and, owing to the fact that Ihil garia, as in the former campaign, is cry reticent concerning her military ' inoveinii'.N, and hecaiise the reports ' from the Serv ian and Crick side arc clearly exaggerated, il is eX' eedingb 'difficult to form any estimate of the actual position of affairs. 1 The Salonikl correspondence of the Daily Telegraph ilescrihes King Con stantino, of C recce, as again display ing amazing rapidity in his military i movements. The Creek second divi sion, which left Salonikl after dis arming Hie Bulgarians Tuesday after i noon, camped at night at llald.la. fif teen miles to the north, where the king arrived the next morning. He ' ordered a general advance of eight i divisions and at dusk Wednesday, the entrenched positions al Kilkish were taken at the point of the hayonet. i The i in respondent adds: "1 helieve that the hattle of Kilkish 'will he ininiol'talir.ed as one of thcfln ' est examples of lightning offensive In the military records of the world. The : P.ulgarlans made a great stand within : three miles of Kilkish, hut (he Creeks, ! 8,000 strong, delivered a terrific hay ; onct charge, taking the position and causing immense losses." 1 A dispatch from Athens announces that the Creeks have occupied Nl grita, to the northeast of Salonlki, which they found huming, the inhah lilailts having heen massacred hy the Hulgalians. There is still no news from the I'.ul garia n side and no contradiction of the Servian occupation of stip and the recapture hy the Ciccks of Cuevg hcll, which may thercfoif he regard ed as collect. In this case, the Bul garian plan to prevent a junction of the Creek and Servian rones at Ctievgheli has failed. It was helii ved that Itulgaria aimed at dividing tin1 Crock and Servia n u iiiii.-s a nil defeat ing them sepal ately and then, w heel ing around, intending lo 'deal with Itoliniania. (i recce and Servia, however, suf fered less than Bulgaria in the last .campaign and their arms are in het tcr condition. According to a Merlin dispatch to the Mali., .x'ews, l.u.garia and Koii mania have compromised their dif ferences and reached an agreement in which Bulgaria is given a free hand against Seivia and Creecc. Hut 'there is no confirmation of this statc incnt from other sources and it Is still unknown what course Koiimania with her army of 400,0011 men will adopt. The St. I'eterslnirg correspondent of the Times learns that In response to urgent representations at Solia and Belgrade, hoth governments have in- J formed Kussla that they sent strict orders to the front, to cease fighting. An Athens dispatch to the Daily Telegraph says that the Creek minis ter at Sofia has heen recalled and that the king will proclaim war to morrow. Th, Bulgarians, the dis patch adds, are retreating over the i Vnrdar I, ridge under file of the Creek artillery. ITM.V AM) r.l.KMAXY HIvW II Af.lMsl.MF.NT j Kiel, Germany, July 3. Tlie Her man Imperial chancellor, Von Meth-rnann-IIollvveg. the German foreign i minister, llcrr Von Jago and the Manini'i I'l Sin ; nill. in. i. Hie It ). foreign in!ni;tor. .md Mtnor HoM.ili, secretary general if the Italian f,,t cign inlnl.-trv, had a thiee leans' eonfefeiieo todav ah,, aril the impeiial ai lll llohell.oll. I II. The It'll!. lit ol- fleials accompanied Kin,; Viitor ' Fmmuiim l and (,1,10,11 Helen, on tlleir visit lo Kiel to meet the G'T lini n elnperol. SlKtior Hnll.it i was l,'lsk", "Were oll III. lied ;is to the question affecting Greece and par ticularly with regard to the Aegean Island'.'" To this h, 1 1 plied "Any inlsiiiiilerstniiillnKs on these iil,j,'i ts are ,,ii ,, the -tli, n.'- Ill l.. VIM I'llOTIxis C.IM TIO l t.lJl l h 1 l;M)"s Sofia, July 3. King Ferdinand te celved I'remler Dan. if, M Thoodor nl'f. minister of fin. hi,,', and nil the patty leaders this evening. The gov ernmenl prol. sti'il lo Athens against tho treatment to u libit the Unitarian iroops h ive been -al,.ie, (, ,1 at S.i ,,ikl and It - II i i niliiii; Hie lnstuiili.it' liberation of the I : ii lr.-i I i , n soldiers deponed to Cli'o,' n,l tin' restora tion of their ante. Unitarian luwn , i is Ki Ilia! twenty Servian officers and I, Mm men ivi'i'n taken pi i'...ni'1-s m the tc i, lit fighting. RAND MINES TIED DP BY STRIKE iU Hi nORNilin inim'1,1. rfi ni lo'in will Joliannesliuri:. Souih Alrici, .lulv 1 Brai tloolly all Ho minis in Hie j Band district are imvv inv.lv.,! in 11 ' slllke. which Is I U'l In have a ser ious cl'fei t on (he colli nulling Indus try of South .Mica. The engineer:. 1 carpenters and m.,", 11s , lei, led to, lav t,, go out. I ins will tic c-iiato lur tli, r protection hv the troops. The strikers are displaying ;iU uuh temper towards Hie "l in k h'gs." At Bcnotia a nuiiihci ,,f soldiers were liadlv mauled hy a ind, ,,f striker'-. Wild seines wile 1 ante, I al various points. one of the strike lei, h is says thai the men know 1I1.1I tluv cannot win hut the hope to 1 , mipe! parliament to leioini the law regulating working conditions. PRESIDENT IS BACK Mr, Wilson Found Weather Warm on Bay, But Was En abled to Rest Fiom Routine Duties of Government, (By MONNIHfl JOUffNAL ICICIKl IIIIID wins, Washington, July :i -President Wilson returned to the While House late today, tunned hy Hie sun. after a three days' cruise on tile .Ma; flower in lower Chesapeake ha v. Tho president, went in M-.inh of rest and relief from Washington's high temperature. lie got Hie ic (rcation and diversion from Ins du ties, hill the air was as thick arid sultry at sea im it was on shore. When ho returned he remarked thai Tues day night there was hardly a hiea'h of air stirring. The Mayflower crossed out lo the Virginia capis. ancluned ,,ne night al llamplmi Iannis and steamed up the York river to histoiic Yoikiown. There, the pr sident drupped aiuhor and the president Went on a sight seeing trip. He Visited tile Nelson mai'sion. w In re Cornwallis made Ins headiiiartel.s and vvenl also to Tem ple's farm, where Washington clireel- ed the movements of Hi, iiliii,ul,il army. The president went through the court house at half dozen court work. Not a pels, cognized him ex, Yurktow n while a oft ieia Is w hv at n in York! U a :- re- girl. "I rcmeiuhi red him lures," the liltle girl her friends, hut Peforo traveled very far, I he visit or was ha, k a ho flower. flo pi till di ll'd i his ,li. IK new s Unguis lled the M III accord. ll.ee Willi the pll sillellt's vyi-dies, all formality was a i'a mloni .1 on the yacht. The olfieers ah,,, id were Informed that the pice, hut oidn't want any salutis fired or anv fanfares hlow n. When he return,'-) to Washiiuloii there was no group o officers standing al at'ention at Hie gangway as had heen the ea'o. Dr. Craysnn. C. S. was his onl eniiipaniim, not even the secret ser vice men heing along The president did nn work v liil' away. IP- got the regular hudcet of news sent out to ships ct sea hv wireles,'--, however, ami was informed hy Soi rotary Tumulty, win, met him a! the dock, of what had occurred In Ins al senec. lie listened wilh inter est to the story of David Lamar's ti stimuli y hi fore the lohhy in v i stica t -ing committee and expres'-",! plca iii e ov er the progress the tarift I'lll was making in the senate caucus. When the president returned to t In White Huiisc, attired in a white flan nel suit, ho stopped fur a few min utes to chat wilh the correspondents and retired immediately to tils office to sign comm unlcal inns and olficial papers. He expected to he husy nn his enrrcspundeneo most of the evening ami planned to leave (ally tomorrow for I let t.v -shiirg, where his schedule calls for an In'mr's slop and a hricf speech, continuing on to Cor nish, N. II., Iv way of New York City, lie is due In Cornish ently Sat urday. He expects to ret urn to, Washington, Tuesday, Kepiesciitativo j A. Mitchell Palmer, of Pennsylvania, and Secretary Tumulty will in eon party the president to Gettysburg FROM CISE 0 TARIEF BILL READ! FOR REPORT TO SENATE FROM CAUCUS Schedules I owei Hun In Any Pievious Me.i Hut In come Is Expected to Exceed llllilei Wood Pl'nisi;ii;, DEMOCRATS TO STAND BY PARTY ACTION Resolutions Will Pass Oom Pellim', All Members lo Abide hy Instiui 1 ions, Rivmdkss 1 1 " 1 "!''"' Tl"" J title ,,r V, .,.. ,,S l,e, u given popil- Of ViSOIKll Plcfclrll! ( l.ah l Hi,' lailami li,,r i Hi,, mi ll miiiIimU'iii i n Washington ill the ah- n no' of the pi cm, , -ut and Vice pl'es lrmiu inn .11 1,1 iicn 1,1, lit and III, fourth o .lulv will In,, I Washington, .lute :: - A 1 1 . r li,'. ', Mr. Blvan "Mlling oil Hie lid" with months of tinkering, del ratio tarift l'ic-i., iii il.,.ti. , , i ia-nt Mar ia i i,l a I list is on Hie w.ivs Huh ' rlllill iillil II, U loom l'i I' of the el 1 .1 net for lame lung in Hie senate ;e: lh'S-x, epl Inmsell ,,ul ,,l the 'Itv. I ml, 'I Wood-Slllillmiis hill. Ill,' il' III- lM.( nuns of Hie Miiale l.,e to- la v finally approved I he iio asuie as i v I e, I l,y the tin ante committee in. i- in 1 1 and hv Us own in tion, and a final nieiling of the , aucus will he laid Satuidav. vv In n Hie I'c-olulion t i'!ll, Hi'' s.unols to IIS SHppott wil I',- presented and adopted. !'", the lll'l tilll" in hislol'V, Hie hill cl le I l A I nig lie, or Balls, rental', ll as ii thrnugh Hie senate levi- tonight's scssi ' tl,.. Worlds Chlis- m. .nin. el iv, is a lower lariir una- '' ' 'l t l.eli'ili l p con felell, e. with all nr.. I han pa -seil Hie hoii.c. not vv illi - ' addrc-.s on "The Conflict of Chris landing tile fact that the c -1 i 1 1 1 . 1 1 e I t'-'Mitv and Infill, lilv In riaiiec." "li i I. 'VellUes t IcllVed II .'111 tile I'lll Vorn-and Social Wcllale," hy 1 T. fal- .,s It is lew flamed, are larger !' "'' H- I'dk. of Plulailelplii.i. was the I ahout loin. nun than und, r tlie ine.i ., other addre.-s of the evning. ; siir,. as il came from the house Tl 1 tola I ( st Piute! I'cv eiiue uiu del VV Ooil -Sill, lllolls llle.lSUl I the Income tax, w ill h, ih'O.OOu. l',,r Hie fust veal- it will he s.0'iu,iiiiii gn .iter than that, inas-, ll lit Jl as Hie eenate caucus lias ap .proved Hie amendment of tlie fin nice I cminiliec postponing effectiveness of the cii in sugar until Mar, ll I, 1'ilC: i Toinoi row, niajoiilv iiniiihels of Mile lillalie,. colomillee will llieel to i check lip the final draft of the hill and al-o to ti a Tale nil, li all the, iheillles not specifically pi "V nh d I'm ! shall he elleitive. It is the sens f I the e.'i lie II1' I hat some 1 lino I ' p. IS' If'e of Hie hill should he i and il is planned In 1 1 x ' j I !i I ::, as Hie date w hen all rates, except sugar and a ' ifter the granted, toher 1. the new w olhct mailers iithcrwiae directed, shall hc I'niil,. operative. ,s lo wool, u ree, mi ni, mlatlon of the finance suh-coiu-initlee will he made Saturday. Notice was given tonight that the resolution I, Hiding the democrats P' .support the lull woe'd I'e introdii I Saturday and every deiion rat will he urged lo he preseiil. Senalois Bans-: fall and Thornton, of Louisiana, and Seliatnr lllteheock. of Nehraska, will Hot he holl'lll. Nn oilier defection from the party ranks is cxpei ted, and even Senator Hitchcock is not gnlii'T til oppose Hie hill If all the other, senators accept the h "us of the hind- i ing resolution and administration leaders were as-ureil tonight that they would, there will he a clear majority; f,,r the hill of two den ratio vot-s, Willi, nit the vote of the vice president. ' The I aliens resolution " 111 pledge the meiiihers lii support the hill as rati fied, to introduce no amendment and to vote against a mend incuts offered hy the repuhlicans or hy the demo-' rats w.hn left the caucus. -solution which was adopt Amitlicr 1 today , in ur- I directs the finance eommitti ; der o expedite consideration of the ohieetion In all I'C- I hill to interims .old qiiesls for I. ringing up anv thing in the j . lie except tile t.ll iff hill. It is pl'd-pic-j posed to cut off all lollg Spec, lies ill told i the morning hour husincss of III, sen had i aie and to keep He way ' h ar for nu i intertill I ih hate ol 111,' I. II III llli 'i- ure until il has hei n passed, ll also I" is propose, 1 )o hold ScS.'.lnlls h ning at I I o'elol k hate hegins and I as Hn iler to I o'clock every da. Senator Simmons will , a 1 1 a n ing of Ihe full membership of Hi I-fi- n slice committee oil Monday or day am! In- plans to report the Tiu s- e bill to the sell lie I, id lalel' thai! Then It is the (lispieilinll ol ui-iatle leaders to grant a edlli Sila) . t he item -few days' time' I'm selves l'i in eai no senators lo prepare Hiem r the debate W hi' ll w ill begin t not later than Monday, July M. If plans of Ihe leaders do iniseariy tin- bill .should he pass, il b: th,. middle of August Consideration of a mendnienls conference probably can he dispus, of in IWu weeks w hu ll would give th measure to Pi cshleut Wilson lot sig- lia til I'e a bout Scptelll h, I' I . Some changes In the rates made by the (aucus today. Spool cot ton thread, which th Ihe free list against dalinn nf the finance upon reeunslilei'at inn dutiable list al IT, !,,t em. Iron pipes wi re tr; fie,- list. The autni caucus put on j tile recoil, men- ' cuiniuiltee, was : restored to the . r cent ad a- I . insferred to the ! illlol'iie si'llclluie j , ,s ling a t housa ml ; mail" dutiable at , was ehangeil, cars c dollars or less ,eln' I r. per cent; cars costing mole than Jl.inio, l!0 pet earn costing more than I . cent. Denatured alcohol and $ I ,.',00 of cent, and , r. 0 1 1 . i -, p,-r j ra vv fiir.- were put on Hie free list. The provision reiiuiiing manufac iiirrs of mvci-t wines to pay the fu'l revenue tax on brandies used in 1 1n i r fortification was upproved by the cau- ' ' '"'', ih .t a I'm 1 1 pi , i, .1 from Cal , .foini't i , i'h 1 1" ; in, ti tut a provision : propose, Whl. h Would give till III tll years to ',,v Hie lax Was re f, i red t" the commie, , for rei onunenilatlons to t he , an, us s itai'l.iy All i, III, I , hail ;es III .i, h i,,,osed l.v th,. i ,'hi 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,-, - w , re i ,i 1 1 f li d. I :r ! lolls fall, , I o oiilali'i- tlie l.st of iil jlieii s upon wii., h the president, mi lder an iidni inNl i ai ive anieiuim' n,, ; Would he dil'ei led to proclaim eonn- teiA ailim.' duli, whiin'Mi any nation ! should disci iniiniito auiiin t this rnun !li y. That a men, Inn nt stands as it it me from t he com mlttee. The e. in, us a ,ii ,o iii a i h.inue 111 the , hll, I I a' "' aim niliueiil. As II now Miami.. Ih" amendment would pfohililt the imp,.lati,,i of noods i "manuf h I ui e,l .riii. ipitllv I v eliildren j lllldi I' tl M il'- of :,(,'," or ii'lllllll! from lonntiies when have no child l.ihor law-- The i. .in n-. Insert, tl the ( Word "prill, ip.illv" .,u,l adde, the lat- , er (lause. This 1m imt expected to operate as a li,,ii? pi"tei live iiii iih lire ninl Is .nine, I eliieliy ut Asiatic 1 , oiiutl Ic'J. BRYAN IS ACTING PRESIDENT TODAY 1ST mohnimu jeuMNki. trtriAt. tiAtfO incj Washington. .lulv ;!.- William .1. I'lv.in toiiioii'W will he a, ling pi,s- Seil'il.llv Blv.in cxpei Is o li . al Hn- state depailiiuiit toiuoriou and al home in the aflei noon. Senate ami louse have rices,., I until Saturday and ail of Hie departments will he ' closed Mi hgiolis l is liiic l eal, He- Mis ling. Boitland, inc.. .lulv J- Ml. Charles REBELS SURROUND COMPLETELY Assault Is Expected Almost Any flay, But Garrison Is Sti on,; and Fully Armed and Well-Equipped, Jl MDASINU KlllRNIL ICICll LI'RIO Weftl, chihuahua Cilv. July 3. ( Hy cour ier to i;i Paso, Tex . -Constitutional-ists sin i i ii 1 1 1 1 Chihuahua In niiin l i'ls exceeding i.fiOO, cunimanded hy mil 11 ll ,1 Cliau, .Macolvio llerrern, Trinidad Boilrlgucz and AgiisHu I.a lansat. An attack on Ihls city Is mo mentarily expceleil. The federal gar rison here Is -t.'ioo, well equipped. A skirmish look place on the out skirts of the city Wednesday night hetwccii federal and consllt ill lono list out posts. Food Is very scarce and al! residents arc In a state of high nervous tension. No help Is expected from the siiiilh. This city, of 45,000 people, is entirely cut off from com munication. Federal outposts are stationed on all the hills surrounding the city. Must of the mining camps throughout the stale of Chihuahua have ceased operations, mid Industries In the city are closing for want of fuel and sup plies. I Wi ll. VI I Mi l l (.1 I S I ltM l.l i M S I VIM . ; Yuma, Ariz., Jul 1 gees from ( inn ma day a I ter a ll ovel I; : touiol, ilo from the I rado i iver, lo w In been taken by I I :: -Twelve r s arrived her, ml Journey ,y rn, uili of Ihe i h point they fll-tn-ll ll oln hail I t "in Ihe besch'.ed gulf town. They included former I ;ov el II uvilla.-, of Sunni'.i. tlicr a uln mi, biles containing Four o nun and i luldicn of Hn- parly rcpoile,! stranded nn the lower road. Dr. I.aiuii Mullcr Goes to l.i. Angeles. Sail Francisco, July II. Dr. I.unro Mullcr, the special ami assail, ,r to the I'nllcl States I i-diii Blazil, left here today for Los Angilis, where ll,. will spend a day resting before proceeding to the grand canyon In Arizona. I Fight Returns at the Armory Today Bulletins final tin Blveis liglltw eis-lll ship hattle in San Fi the. I 'i-oss-Anderson I .OS A llgeh'S Will he ' Bitehie i liampioli- incisco ami contest In read from Pie gside at Ihe Dumb e-Dix- nii fight in the Armory this aft ernoon. The bulletins will be furnished by the Morning Jour nal and the "dope" on the con tests will he read lo the fans as last as it coincN over the leased wire in the Morning Journal of fice. The si-orcH frimi the big li ague hall games and the bulle tins nn the Albuiiieriie-Santa-Fe motor race will also ho read from the ringside. t, t $ f. ij. , 4- i CHIHUAHUA CII1 S ATE COM NOUIRING LOBBY TAKES A Two Short Sessions Yester day, Followed by Adjourn ment Ut til Monday, Pending More Searching Investigation "MULHALL TESTIMONY" TO BE PROBED FULLY Decks to Be Cleared for Far Reaching Inquiry Into Na tional Association of Manu facturers, IIIV MOMNINa JOUNAl. tPfriAt tAt0 WIHI) aslilngtoii. July ,1. 'I wo short ! sessions today, covering suhjects troiii Wall street operatlolis to lemon igiowiiig in California, hroiight the ; senate lohhy investigation to a tcm ipoiary end again. The eominlttec ftd jjoiirmd tonight until Monday, when .,ii effort will he made ti clenr thu jile, ks for tin, opening of tho "Mul ihall testlmonv," Involving allegnj jli hhying opciatlonH hy the National Association of Manufacturers. Wall street, sugar and wool men were to night ordered to appear Monday. Kd jward I Jiuti'-hnc,i and Imvhl I-umar will again he iiucstloncd im to their ' i a it i, ipat ii, ii in efforts to Influence me m I -ers of tlm Morgan firm. The ' sugar lobby' nilnato with D. Baldwin, and Charted ' Investigation will tcr. the examination of A. Cleveland; W L. Ilas 1). Wi'Mcutt, Wnshlng. ton. Tho "wool lobby" phuHV Will open MnmlHy with the following witness-. William Whitman, Wlnthrop I. Mar vln und Thomiis t). Marvin, Huston, s. W. M.-Clure, Hit It Uike City; V. H. Brown, Plilliidelphla, ami William F. Fitzgerald, Hrookllne, Mass. Tho commltteo pxpectN to con si.ine hut a Hhort time with the pro, . in' the wool men's actlvhlcs ll.fi ecru of Hi,. National Axmicln'.lon o ManiifiicturcrH hnv heen Induced t be present Tuesday, and Chairman i Herman expect that the Mulhall i lunges will ho taken tip early In the week. The demand nt the house for a separate Investigation of the Mul hall charges, which Involve the char ai tcr of pi vi ral inembcli) of the bouse, lias I ecu Informally consider ed by the senate committee. It Is piobtible that if the house wants to appoint a c mini tee to act Jointly with the senate committee, that the la til will ngiee to kii ch nn arrange ment and will ullovv house commit tee member to lake their place ut the talle when the Investigation of the Miilluill sliitcmenU is begun. All of the letters, telegrams and other papers belonging to Mu'hull ami whli h he had tuned nor to Die New Ydk World, were given to the senate committee today and tiro now jln tlie custody of John T. Wiiyliind. assistant sei gi a nt -at -arms of tho sen 'ale. These papers, which Mulhall claims show that he represented tin. Nutlonal Ahkoc iutlim of Manufactur ers In attempting to control legisla tion, will he gone over by tho com i mlttee members and a largo part of 1 1 he corn spomletiec Introduced as ev idence. Demands for a wider lobby i inv eslli ation hate be n made at the j house cud ol the capltol and tho i rules committee today took up Its ( u.sk of n aming a resolution to pro- Vide for an inv esligatloil of a far ri aching oharaclcr. Although un able to secure a (iiorum. Chairman Henry ti...,.,,, work with thii.Tc mem beis wlio appeared and un urgent all was sent out for Iho absentee ll is probable that tlm eommlttee- , men "ii, givo uj liicir nnuuaiy to- morrow Willi me nope or getting the i, solution ready for tho house Satur day. Representative Tavenncr, of Illi nois, has prepared a resolution nf his own, demanding an Inquiry Into any lolthvlng operations designed to In fluence currency legislation; and Into all efforts by corpoi at Ions, great "In terests" or Inflneullal organizations) to mould pul lie opinion or to in fluence organizations to mould pub lic opinion or to Influence congres sional action. David I.amur, the Wull street "op erator," whose sensational disclosures vc'ili niay showed how he had mis represented public men, djil not tes tify again today. Instead, Henry 15. Martin, of Washington, tho activo figuro in an "anti-trust league," took the stand and admitted that hn and Lamar had many conferences; huii agreed on a resolution for the inves tigation of the Fnlted States fit eel corporation and had taken un active part In trying to exert influence In many Washington matters. Martin asserted that the resolution under which the Stanley steel trust investigation was begun wus Intro duced practically us he and Lamar had drawn ll, although Representa tive Stanley, who introduced the res olution, knew nothing of Lamar's con nection, lie vehemently denied that he knew Lamar had "hawked the res olution about New York" hefore It was introduced In the house. 1 1. Harold Powell, manager of the California Fruit Growers' exchange testified late today as to his actlvl .. to prevent lemons being placed on th, tariff free list. Mr. Lowell, for tnuny jcura nn expert In the department ur B RE ? i' - i i t t j