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Tiiirtrv-riiTii r..ii. oi.. c-xx Will. No. ., ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JU..Y , 1013, llr farrier. GO Oala Month. Hr Mull, Ml iriiu Monlb. hllitflr 1 oil, A Oula. FOUR BALLOONS I TO QUALIFY F An Equal Number of Compet itors. Meet Disaster Before or Soon After Starting from Field on Trial Aerial Flisht, PROTESTS AGAINST TWO CONTESTANTS; "Billy'' Assman Rips His $1,-. 800 Gas Bag to Pieces with! Pocket Knife After It Fails ... . T, turn econa ninu, lav UORNINa JOURNAL StlAL LIACKD Wlfftl K.ins.'is rity, July 4. I-'our of tlu eluht laelnti halliions si'lieiluleil to start in the nnllonal raee to ehoose Anierieu's reiiresenlatives for the James (lonlon Cennett trnphy contest In l'raiu e. this fall, are In the air to- ni'ht. Tlu-y are: "Tile Kansas 'ilv II." entrant of the Kansas City Aeru eluh. ".Million ropulation Cluh." St. l.ouis. "The looilyi nr," Akron, . "The Kansas City 1'ost." Auainst two of these li.illoons. the Kansas City 1'ost anil the Kansas Cily I II., offlrial protests ,v Kohert I-:. Nol-j ker. presiilelil ot the St. I.nul.s .Acre ; .Int.. ami II. :. llreene. of the Aero cluh of Illinois, Chicayn, will he tele-, Miapheil to the i ont. st eommittee nf j the Ann Cluh of Aineriea, New York,; Mr. Nolker'.s telewram follows: "Contest Coinmittee, Aim Clnli of, America, New York: : "Protest tiallooii Kansas City Post; nml Kansas City II. er,. takinu k.' aft.r .Mr. Berry nml Mr, .nlloffman iii'iv im-r an hour In the air. (Sitjneill "Iti'llKItT K. NOI.KKP.. : "Presiih nt, St. I.ouis Aero Clul,.", .Mr. lireene's message reail: 'Protest hallooii K.uiHa.s City I'oHt. ' Took naH nfler lenal lime." 1 Pilot Honeywell, nf the Kansas City j Post. api'Iisi-il of Ihe iuti nili i) pro-; lest before he arose, il. uleil tliej eh. li ne, its ili.l Pilot Watts, of the Kan- j sas I'ity II It was 11 disastrous Hay for balloon luK. Two "f the nn-at bans were de sll'nyed by a stiff wind that .swept the aviation held, a third withdrew al the last moment on necouiit of a defer- . tive valve and the "iiverland," with. M. lionaldon and K. K. LnnniiiK, i nf .Sprinnli.-ld, 111., aboard, narrowly! r-seaped f.ilhnu into the Missouri riv- er and vs ton ed to make n landini; j ti few miles from the startinu point. A thirty-mile wind that swept j nrro.su the Held delayed the Mart mure; than two hnurs, and threatened lor time to drive every eonti -taut from j the rare. Not a balloon on tne neiu escaped without some daman1'. The balloon Miss Sophia. II, which wan to have flown the colors nf the MisKouri Athletic club nf St. Louts, suffered similarly. The entire valve j was torn out. by the wind. William! Assman, who was to have pil ited the j bag, was In tears w hen he discovered j the extent of the injury. j "I toys. I'm through," he said, turn-! inn to officials on the Held. "Last year! I got out of a sick bed to collie here for the race and my balloon was put j out nf business a few minutes hefnre , the race; this year the same thinu has happened, ('nine ha re, boys, I'll isive j you something to reniemhi r "Hilly' I Assman by, anyway," and the St. I.ouis man took his jack knife from! 'his pocket and rut the balloon to I piecew. The ban was worth $I,S0n, Hamilton, Mo., sixty-nine miles j northeast, repoi led two balloons pass-1 inw there at 8: if. o'clock. Tlu-y were j unidentified. ; The ".Million Population Club" bnc was seen by passi-iincrs on train No, ."il, ChleaKo, HnrliiiKlon & (Juiiiry ' railroad. The ban was traveling hiKh j and seemed to be well filled with! nas. ' I Near I.awson, thirty-three miles northeast, the "C.oodyear" and the j " Kansas Cily II," were close enough j together so that the pilots and aides I ( hatted with each other lis they went over ihe town. The two liacn Went satllni,' together from i.nw'sun, Scarce ly live feet dividing the sides of the balloons. " ' . ' Ablator Has Srriuti.s Tall. Petaluma, (.'al., July 4. Crover Hell, an aviator, fell 1 00 feet here today, when hi biplane capsized and his injuries arc believed to be fatal. His skull was fractured. Hell's acci dent was caused by a stray horse which raced before Pie machine when he was trying tn allKht and caused him to make so sharp a turn that his biplane was overturned. ltivcr Chilnis Three Lives. I-i Crosse, Wis., July 4. The Mis sissippi river claimed three lives to ninht when a fra;'. skiff In which four ynunk' persons, all need 1 1, were riditiK, capsized In the hlKh wave:: j caiisetl by the motor boats spectlinK 1n the annual races hero of iho La Cros.se .Mntnrboat club. President s Train Kills nn. l'.i t(lrcort. Conn., ,luv rx. press train No. 70. on the New Ha- ! veil mad. larryinur President Wilson: in v uiiu.su, .. u., struck and instant- l...U,J..... ... t.v kiiicu an unitlentilieil man near the local depot early this nmnilnff. " OR BENNETT CUP RACE rSKcASEfi DEBATE Ear mdmnini jrtunNAL srrciAl. lArr wtaal London, July 4. Sir Arthur IM-: ward Virurs, who Was Pistil' king nf 111111 lit the tllllc till' ITIIW II JcWels Were stolen from Inil'lill castle Ill till'; summer nf IHiiT. was awarded $ 'J r.Hi damme fur I i I 1 today In n suit brought against Hi'1 London Mail, f siM'iiM.itiotia I weekly liowspn u r. Tin' newspaper alleged that Sir Artlnir shielded i In- woman who tool; Hip Jewels "Hit i'( Jealousy nf Ills nt- itachiriint fur Lady I l;ni.i. me him i of Lord llnddn, sun of ttii" nil of Ahrrdrcn, I'inl lieutenant "f Ireland. , I Hot It Sir Arthur iinil laud lla.hh' j denied in their testimony nil knowl 'rdge nf tile disappearance nf tile jew-! I els nr their w hereabouts. The news-, miner (Hit not iilteniit to Ju stify 1 1 story. The evidence given today ili-ioM of various stories in (Initiation tint i Lord II. ul. h knew something the missing Jewels. .ehout ; GLANCES FROM SKULL i AND WOUNDS WOMAN MOHHIMO JOUHL tPSOL I ltl Kansiis I'lty. July 4. A liullet fin a luvrn ,1 lieiirne weiu, .iiso wo. m the e,,.se .,f .mnrrn h.-,-.. I tunny, strut U Wi-rn on the foieheail. Klaneed frniii his sku'l nn,t wouim.-,. Mrs. Kilwaril T. Smith. iii ymrs olil, who was passiiiK In a street ear. Mrs. Smith was trealeil at the rity hospital ainl her woiiml u onoiini ed not seri- , mis. Wern, after mopplnn his hrnw, went alioiit his business nf teleliratim; fourth. Tin d escaped. n,-i!i'n who lited tin COLLISION BETWEEN AEROPLANES FATAL lav MOPNIOO JOUNAU 1PICIL LtU VIM , Johannisthal, July 4. A collision j between aeroplanes this evellille; re 1 Milted ill the death of one of the men .,, ,.r. the ionsly injiirimt nf the olll- The biplanes piloted respect im-IV the (lerman aviator, llrlsrhi-r and ,,y Captain I'ricdal, came together in the ilnsl; at an altitude of sixty feet. Until crashed to tin- ground, llelscher died shortly afterwards. 1'rb-d.il's spine was badly injured. Train Hits Wnunn: live Arc Killed. Philadelphia, July 4. Death and inji ry eriiled the foiirlll'H (clebration at ijua ki t low n, near here, toulnht w hen the "S Tallinn fb er" of the Philadelphia and Keailin- railroad crashed into a wan.m, Uillinn live persons and weverely injuriin; the other three members of the parts'. TROOPS FIRE INTO Rioters Assail Soldiers in Rand Distiict and Destroy Property; Drastic Measures to Suppress Disorders, , ( J, .4 S $ f -V s rorit KII-l.KI) in AM ,; IV WOI NDI'D. .Ii liannc-biirn, July " Pour - ' civilians were killed and fifty '!' wounded In a nitfht riot connect- rd with the miners' strike. The cavalry made repeated ehai'Kes ' aualnst tin- limb and wild run- " fusion roiitinned tiiroimhoiit the ? - niRht with most of the streets in ' darkness, the lamps havlim been 'V destroyed by the rioters. '' tt . , j- ., $, s p 4 -$!'! lav Moaiiwo jnunsL sfEciL ieih wiatl .lohaiiiu-sbui'H. South Africa, July 4. Complete anarchy pn vailed here to niyht as a result nf the n.-ncral strike of the nold miners which bcKun a few days aio. The authorities were obliged tn order the troops to fire on Ihe riot ers, who applied the torch to tin- Star newspaper offices and another larua builuiiiK in tin liter nf the town as well as to the Hraamfoiilnin station. A mob nf rioters attacked the Werner Hicts heailuuai ters, where the author ities fired upon them, and compelled them to retreat. Tiny snnn returned to the attack, however, w in -ivup'-n the (IniKonn churned and dl.-pcrsed them. Intermittent firinu tm k place in sev eral parts nf the city and up to mid iiiht thirty '.ersons had been taken to hospitals. Karly in the evenimi, the strikers attempted to hold a mcctiiiK In the market place, but it was sup pressed by the police. This inflamed the strikers. an, In various parts of the rity rlotinn be San. Fur a time STRIKING GDLD MINERS even tne troops were powciuss io,ni).(, , , ..... resolutions cheek the mob. Sttikels forced the train ear drivers to take their cars tn their tit pots. Tin n, headed by wom en brarin-t red flaws, they seized the municipal power i-tatlon, expelled the ensineers nml rut off the electric sup uly by the city, which was plutiKed into darkness for an hour or two un til! the troops" arrived and ornvc out the strlki-ts. Another contingent of strike sympathizers seized the l'ruam- f" main yards of .the Transv the main railway center al and stopped the train service. lluntlitils nf strikers tried to rush one of the i ntranees to th Klenfontein mines, where "blacklegs" were wrrkinn. The troops kept them at hay until the police dispersed them. The strike leaders repudiate the ex eessfs, 1 ut the men are In UKly tem per against "blackliKs" and further trouble is expected. There is much apprehension of a strike anioni; all trades. BY SENATE ON TARIFF IS e; Bill Likely to bo Reported to tipper House Wednesday and Discussion Will Begin Following Monday, WOOL AND SUGAR TO BE FAVORED SLIGHTLY I Democrats Are to be Bound by Caucus Resolution to Support Measure Unless Pledged Against It, ;av MntNiNQ jnuftNAL car, At. i osin wtftr Washington, July 4. - - Majority members nf the senate finance com niiltee today decided that all sched ules, of the new tariff bill i v-opt sonar and wool .should I cr ime effec tive inn liatcly after the eiia, li.icnt of the measure into law. Hunar. With the approval of the democratic cau cus, Will be subject to the PaVlla-Vl-drii h rates until .March !, I '.HI. The cliilililtce tentatively anreed upon a 'date lor Hi,- wool schedule, but did net announce it. because nf a prum ise to coiilcr vvll'l Senators Walsh and Thomas, who could not be leach ed today. The committee will (ou ter with them tomorrow before the final sessions of the caucuses. Addi tional revenue was provided for by Jin- committee when it (ha Ided 111 favor of the revenue tax on brandies ised in fortifying sweet wines to levy a revenue tax of -5 per cent ad val orem on what are known as "spuri ( us. wines," wines made from piun mis and fortified with ( hcniieals. Containers of sin h wines must bear a label, Minwinu what in.ileital.s en ter into the product. Just how much ii venue will be .I. rived from t'lls, the coinmittee could no; estimate be cause the tax probably will curtail 'tne prcM-nt output considerably. Another ch'iiiRe proposed i,-lal,s to the clause JmhlbitiiiK importation nf i onv let made !'. It W: . .. ml ed so as to read (hat snh iromls be 'excluded I mm countries which do iot "prohibit" convict labor, (irici nally, the clause read from countries ; v hlch did not "rest rid" coin id la- - bur. j Chairman Simmons said today that In, ( xpected general debate on the I bill to ln'Cin a Week from Monday, lie will report the measure probably next Wednesday and it is his opin ion that debate will be limited to five Weeks. i KeKa rill iii; the bindini; resolution i which will be adopted by the caucus ! tomorrow, Senator Simmons said that i its provisions would bind every demo cratic senator who did not withdraw ! from the caucus, whether he voted 1 for the resolution or against, or even 1 if he Was absent when the vote was taken, unless he hail previously pledned himself to his constituency ! to vote ucilnst some l ate or principle i involved in the bill. The senator's at tention had been culled to Ihe fact that Senator Thompson, nf Kansas, had Konc to his home in Kansas and could not attend the caucus tomor 1 row. "Senator Thompson has liiven no : notice that he desires In be freed from the caucus pledue," Kald Senator Simmons, "and the resolution would : hind him just as much as any nthi r senator. In fact, I am assured that I Senator Thompson intends to support I the bill." The amendment to the bib dxliiK a stamp lax on cotton sales s,,, for 'future delivery, members of the coin mittee believe will brinn in considor able revenue. Though the primary (lesinn of the amendment Is to abolish i stock exchange K.'imblin In cntton futures, it Is the general opinion that it will not do so but that it will con siderably curtail it. In that ease the I Kovernment will derive some revenue, j hut this cannot be estimated. ! "Should the stamn tax on cotton 'future deals fall to curtail this form of stock Mamblinn." Senator Simmons ; said today, "the revenue to the nov- - crnincnt would be enormous." noimiii -hx loi isiwa not in A(coki with si: toi:s Kustun, La., July 4. At mass nieetlnK here today, altcntled by rep resentatives .from everv narisli I.i were laduptftl prelcstimf iiirainst the -tvrc nf Senators Kansdell and Thornton, of Louisiana, of advocatimc in con- I gross a protective miR.ir tariff. The resolutions deprecate the arnumei't thai free sunar would mean the ruin of the siiKar planters in the southern pint of the state and demanded the two senators join with their demo cratic colleaffiios In . suppnrtinii t I'nderwood tariff bill on a final voir in the senate. I (imlon Wool Auctions. i London, July 4. The offerings at J the wool unction sales today amount ; ed lo H,!2 bales. I'rii es Were steady ;un,l unehanijed. There was stronu hlit tlintr by the continent and tin- home ; trade fur Kuod .Merinos, hut heavy 'qualities were irregular. The home . traders were the principal bu rross-brnls, the continent and Ira t'tNns but few. yen nf A tin r- no RALPH C. KNIGHT ISSERIOUS FIGHTING KILLED IN AUTO Miliiiil MiHl.lpliv nf CIovIa. ' ' ' ' ' ' - . New Mexico, Mechanician! r n t,-. , ........ J ioi nacei, uics nuni injuiics: O .l',-J i Sustained, J , WORLD'S RECORD FOR i 200-MILE RUN BROKEN Ralph Mulfoid Cons Distance on Din TraoK in 3 Honrs, 21 Minutes and Seconds; Harry Cndieott Second, at uorviiic ioimNi '.er. Columbus, li'nn, Jul kni-'hi, of Indianapolis "hero of the I n,l,.i ua n was almost Instaiiil. necha mcian, M ilt.ui ("lovis, N. M.. was f this afternoon. w In n ,'in ar . Ilaliv ," 'W il as t In : red AM V .' ,1 and lii hadis, i ' 1 kla I." I lie Ml, llv itipiiri1 Ulllu'llt's ral til .- and turtle' i o' the :'!'" i n in, ,1, r tie I, s Alltnlllob.l, i : the li"-- blew out a rie.hl I tunic on tin- I luih I , Hi He automobile I a i e : I auspices of Ihe Colunib s associ.it ion. M ii h ii li- in-1 I'll l e ll'lv t"llil.'lt Knibl had b, , n mil for iw ,-nty mini. ics mih ble and had .last re-.-ut. i said to hav c been I'll II h ' I! loib s an hour w hell the ( uri id. Job liny .It a!, i ii- Tie pie l ai e iron-, lie V a- si v ,-nl it s i nb lit no- i f S,iinK- K ni-ihl al j oi dim; to lan mi I i field. Ohio, was follow a shori di-lance, and Some of tile Wit III i Knir,ht bodv, nlin-ii the trai k. ,1,-nk ins- d. over sunn thini.', but Whether It WHS a l'"ii a machine II had fallen I "il be la -n't kuo a pa I t of mashed, 1 His .-i;-i I. and the mutilated, ear turned an iii'iihht nvvn out at i Ira, tilled am! ina.-li-i I, but fell Kniulit's he. I is I : ill .anil the top part were llllVell to his : 1 1 ina in, b r of lie When the lire blew i l.Ver twice alol lallll II off. III pi bodV IP Hie ll ill posilnm. Mich, the first lui n a il.u'.l. i;.iu;H id under bis - ehs was thr lid siiffci . d v- i i .',:n, d tecl'llli! Wile out jus, as t be i a r tnia lly I Hilled. II- ill, d almost i in media 1 1 Iv albr asMs, a Ills 1 eat 'n d III- side. Pa l.ph I le Pa b j In I. who vva- follow illi; ( lose on thej bill:; of Knight's ainl Jenkins' , its and was riinnine, at a hiih rale nf. speed, maiiat-'oil to shave by the! wrecked car without sunn him; inlu it. The ;ii'i ul. lit occurred almost Im- ineillati ly in front of Ihe crand j stand and was wiimssed by thou-; sands nf spectators. Although Kniiiht nave his Ifsi-1 di rcc a:; I ndiaiui polls, his pan nts live at Jotiesboro, Intl., near .Marion. ; He was Z'J years old. lie eaineil the1 title of "Hen speed w ay" si V snjashed into of the Indianapolis lal years ai;o when he brii k wall In prclcr- ence to runuinu down a driver who had been thrown Ifoiii hi ar to the 1 1 ai k. Just pievioiis to (be time In stalled hi;-. in. Kiiicht had bei n cially dcclaied nut of the rat had ol fi- cause nf time lost with clmim lie. Itenardless of the officii re-i ntci i d the race. Halph Mulfoid won t'u' breaking the world's record I tiani lis, In r a '-, r -in' miles on a dirt (rack. He made lliej distance In :! hours. Jl nilnuti': audi 4S seconds. Ihe previous best tun was made last year oil the Culumbii Hack by Spent er Wirhart In ' hour1 :'S minutes and 4 seconds. F For tif ication of City Continues! Against AttacK txpecieu from Rebels Under Com mand of Villa. (av MoiNiNa jramsAL piciai- t tAsao win) j l-d Paso T.-x., Julv -(.-The fourth ul July was fittiiiKly celebrated in find. id Juarez, as well as In Kl Paso, Pusi ness houses in the Mexican town closed ami officers of the fedeinl i-'af-l isou eiitert. lined al dinner, port if u a -lion of the tow a on the niitskirt-s con tinue day and niitlit. tii-ncrat Castro's plan is to resist Villa's attack , if it Is made, outside of rifle rain;,, uf tin business section. However, the fed the Mix eials have notified the .Mcxican- Nort hvv istei n railroad and . can merchant, who own h inus. in the bnsiiiess centi-r, ii Ameti :;h build Unit tin y will be commanded If in-ed I. Th" vo I oil - , cxndus uf families to Kl P. till lies. Tonight the water supply of Juan, which com. s fp in a well wt ,-- of the town, vv as rut of l'. Colonel Tinbio (irteua, constitu tionalist, comniandiiiL; Mill cavalry at 1 1 ilaila 1 1) pe. (bitty miles down the Kin (liand from Juarez, (old newspaper men today that VIIIu'h winernl a:ta-I on Jiiaicz probably will not be Ih;ii;i before the first of next week. COLUMBUS 0 J DAREZ CELEBRATED I MEX CANS IS 11 T r,i,-,L -m,l n in PI i!im V - I , Y l IU !U I t I ! t ' 1 I 1 t I ' ' I Victoiv Piob.iMv Fxa. ;. - . , r, , . uieii is Dtiiei in t nupcan n 'i I C apitals. BULGARIA SILENT ON MILITARY OPERATIONS Russia Thieatens to Bi oak Off Diplomatic Relations with; Balkan States Unless Hos tilities Cease, f I '. I 14. i:s i ii i MM hi: TO VI I A s Hits I . 111. I, I II. .lull a. - A Sol i I ill, itch to the 'i'iuii m says The , , bluet i i mains in p,.w -A Si i v ian div ision vv hu h id be, n sin r.'iindeil near Voles s coiiipl, r I'liioon, aft iy r d ,b I'l at I tins resist - n.tlinl ' tiioun - "pel.lt ol I'l. el i lid t vv ' e. Twinlv-I n and m Ii Id a :;im w el e c: "I be Sel i jail 1 I ill 1 1 . II III V I oneetl - in ithboi lim a h.d, is was a ot tin .lis. IS- Hat. , heluhts In Ipli lr." A Vi 1 1 the f St. N 'i lator iin.i di pat, h to a 1 n- iii.n news lepoits a ncv sa ,s that Sol'. i m l lolls Lai t le b, t w eon ml l.akovan. The Hill - ,-llted ! I ..III their pusl- Klthsh itariii us I! 'lis ii (In -lis. f.-at.-d. .1 .1. r liilsb ad v ,-nt ua II v- the la iT II in Ion, .In us liuhtm. llv I l:v Id, -in e I ll.l I is in i Ul I lllll III Mil e- do i, la is found r n tn In is ,,f v , tlle all IV a I of 1,1 rue ,iuudeil and pi isotii-rs at II Ik ii ii capitals, but ovv- the v a I ii'lL'l Itiv t confb en ill la i at Soil n nd th I'lm ami probablv biased slur iii Servian and lli'eek snurccs et to illi pie si Lie tn fnitn all le itle. i nt the proj'.n-i-s of the lis fro II is u aceiira I si i urn I 'I'll! I cat all n pnr-.i ( ;n ice hi pat ii ;inl has 1 n of war. I Hie Hit.; has lain r il from .Mb en ml no lorni, 1 1 1 !i. i 1 1- It I do ll is r tn s nol in minis. d, lie ha lis. Pn mil l' Vi nizi b's rei k pal 11 ilia ul ii n nun ti' i d In today that the i a victoiv al th i'i ek fun i s had w i il I- ish ami i a pi ill ed sixty e. u ns. t'.alned by the (link vv lib II, Mil f uriii is, d I'hb III.' ad -ul .1 -I Ih- iippi ai s ' ainazinw i hav VV 1 1 1 1 1 1 born v ante Ii oi.i J II, i, to , "I 1 : .nl;;al l-ins. The Si rv l li'i'il-.i, unl' Ii' I.i an a V u. tnl'loils ad i. but the Si rvian ii pulsed, and Hul tl. is executing, a width will nullify v a lice to Kott ha :n invarinn has In i u ; !-,., i i.i, II Is report , tin nine; muvemcnl jihe Servian advance. The reported i haiiue in the in'nls ;tr at Sofia has not yet been con j firmed, but it Is regarded as probable. Ilninaliia has officially pt'oi laiined Ihe mobilization of her full slri-n:-:lh, ! but In i' Intentions are -nil unknown. I he French kov ci niiient has liifoi -mally apiroachi-d the other powers i vv ith the nl Jed nf obtainim; a de it In i .i til ,ii nf 1 1 1 1 1 1 -i 1 1 1 1 -r ration. The it tea test anvii-tv picvails in finiiiicial en cles at SI report was i j i mpi ror had ii 1 1 -It ai i, 1 1 1, i , j .-tales llllles-l j The St. I'i I 'eli-rshlirt!. Wile utiiTil today lh the the tiff Hii. alene.l to break latiolis with the Hall, hostilities cease. I II ors.i!i c, cori osipoii Ctlt lot Ihe Associated Pt in a dis lepnrt i-oiii-l that ! patch tt'lllKhl. s i' s ; vv ' il hold f i iiiii, la lion, I j I ; ussla n opinion f i vol I III es tn end w hat i ' lh it as sll'oliK ineas i liKardeil as a ifl'air-t. Pitsslan lecolilse to the I i!iS;faei fu slate of newspapers hih-'kcs! llanue tribunal. I'j'nm (.reck heailiiiarte'S come ports of iiius,safie.s and oiitrattes It tied to have been (itinmitlid Iv I'ai h;a r ia us in the Niui'ila and o di.slriets, vvhii h, it is saul, an sir villi the budjes nf victims. re- al Die In-r vv n (.HI I ks I, MM TO II I III A TI A 111 I t. HI VNS aloniki. Julv I. -Tin- battle fur tin pos-iessloii nl Kitlish i i in 1 1 11 1 1 nil thitiuuhont Thursday. The lireek I'lKllt wiuu drove Ihe IbilKailans into Ihe nioiinl ties be; "in I llkovati, while tbr center made a vigorous front a! attack "ii Kitlish with which the Hub K.trs still ret.' mi cuni ict. i in- tour- tei nth P.iilMatlan iliviHluti under rum iii.nnl of C.enetal I i in ill id f, was sta tioned here. Towards tnldnittht. the HnU:ariatis made a viuicnt surprise allack with strum; forces, which the lirecks re pelled. The fourth (In-ck division made all i m pel lions runnier attack and occupied the ibiininil i mr ia--tv.ini nl Kitlish. l-'IrillK t eased at J o'clock nioiiiiHK and was lesllllled twi later when a v ioleii! ( ireek r I'llt- prepared the way for a decisive assault. The l-i- sit.ne kuiis which cave such wonderful results at Janina were ('in ployed against the Kitlish batteries, while nttaekliiK parties made a Hank movement. Thtse operations proved suorcss- Mill ami Kit II- il w i-i ,,i rliiiteil. SeV 'i i t, i n ItuU'-ii i.iii unri" w, ie .I'tul' 'I I lie lielk II I , II , (I. ,1 III Ihr fill', Hull I I' I i, -lull til---lur, fell ui: that jtlielr retre.it nueht I,. I III off l.y the . I ire- k I ll'.lll W .!!.., VV III. Il W 1-1 atl V I In i ll llul t ll a 1 ,1. I The in xt I .,1' i,- i- ,-, (,, -,K'- I'll, e In I lie ,1. ! 1 I,-., of .-I i y iiimii, mar ' 1 1 1 mil hussar I. HI l h lvl(. I S lt I IN HI I t.Altl Athens;. Jul I, - I'l, -inn r V.-m.elo ul ;i met from King Coivtan- line in the , I, noli, r ul 1 1 . , 1 1 1 1 i h tn ' ill , il 1 1, 1 1 1 1; In- pi uple In a Hew - -1 1 1 1 ; i; I wit'i their I, inner iillv. Tli f llli "-"IHI' ai I ls. , l:ill:;,il I.I of lolK't- . ,. , II.,, .,! .1 , .. . I f , Iti.... ml to . "ki ' .i.i..rt.. Ih.-isrlf 1,1 " '" ' fruits of a ,.., vi,t.... j 'l tile f.ue of Ihl-I lIlSKruei-flil t.- .,, .,! ,.. klll ,... ' - u:e, "it I I the ,llly ,,f tile otll. r al ius tn i lo,-i their i. inks m ,, fens,, of "l '"" in i.ta.ts w.. ... m.s .,.,- I OIC It(IM) Mil l H llll.l. .1 1 1 1 v tile Hilly, III. Ills I. - A fu:ht ln-trteen ami Seuians for the si-ssull tint: the n-ivs, f, Wel.lliilia llelKllls llnm n! to Sofia, has hern ill tun (I. us, ai i . inline, to Nell.. I'l'ele I'l, i i: i s t ii i nr. two sii!o; I'umiiovs. II iLi-ade July I took riom po-otlullS ti vv hii h t he -The Seivlan the Utilitarians i the north of HlllkiariallH lie- II,, ll,S tot! t two stn.im ' Kulschana. Ii-iiib-il w ith one I ! ulna j I US Irlli The Servian bundied Kims. The ale. I to Kotsi liana, alter saiiwuliiarv iii-.hliim. have s. lcd the stroiiK I ! II 1 - l -a i ian j chana, r.d.ui' The position at K. iv ti it. in. i. wnii-n ib the whole plain of Kols. iidlni: lo n dlspati h from posiiion was ib fi ml , uilh hmelits d by :i:i Ml nuns P.uli;,ii i. in I and l ei til iei tl.ilioii' i-nti i n III M M IMIV li HKHI III I) MOIHI ll H I'.iu liar, st, .lul.v Ka.elte plllilislleS a I d.-riiiu the moLlbzatii I ; 1 1 in. i in i n arniv an. I I. The official oval (leciec or ,11 of the Whole reserves. in i t. ih s ium: mtv t.I Vs M li l( Kl IKI HS. . .11 1 1. 1, Julv I.--The baltle of sli, vvhiih has been m prnnresx . vi ral .lavs. . tided at HI o'clock in 1 1 1 ti I tv t ill the oiinipleti. route K I 1 1 1 for ! this of th" Pulnarlaiis. The HuU.ll tails abandoned sixtv li.-ld tains and null klin is. Kilkish Is now in flames. TI:- Ci i "iit'r.ue tin Ir advance. TI BAITS ROD IS Darinp; Hold-Up on Illinois Cen tral Results in Haul of Be tween $500 and $3,500; Robbers Escape, I iaV MOHNINCI JUUHNAL r,CIl. LItD Wtdf i Memphis, Tcnn. July 4. An a 11 -day starch nf the Ta llahatv hee river bull. ami any early nuis In the iclnily nf Hatesvllle Pope, Miss., failed to disclose llaec nf the two bandits who today held up and robbed 1111 Ceiuriil southbound passetmer No, I, I'oiith of Hatesvllle, Pall at'tl express company officials thai the aiiiniiut of booty sc- ti a in mad KaOII bv Ihe l-ol bels ratmcd between ml j:!,r,iiu. The train usual amounts of money aloiiK Ihe line, but I a holiday the rust vvrtr not made. Th y cartits laii;i fur small banks -cause luilay was unary shipments mail car, w Mich ii h o vv as I lend pi sititanl P phis, and l II I, I, carried but few ri'K- i. kiiK.'S. ost master the valne iee..rdiim to As a i In-, of Mem of these has not been Si tlUe Mi-eat p, opl ,-. tiinated. Althoimh the as-I- com In s w i re nut distill bed, i -x i itciiirnt prevailed nmunn the e im the train. Acciiiilinn to a. report Ly Conductor Harrison, a few passi -liners inade a stand in the tic"eo coach and i-x-chaiiiail shots Willi Ihe robbers when they conducted the clews uf I'm ex puss and mail ima to the rear. The holdup occurred shortly nfter ; o'clock in the nioiiilni; and It was not until alter o'clock that the sic tions of Hi" train wire assembled and able in proceed soiithvval tl. After lootiiiH the cars. Hie millers hail run the ciminc twenty miles south to I lie, Miss., where liny abandoned ami t scaped Into Ihe woods, posses with hlnndh.tlihd.s art still i-kini; Ihe robbers. !N0 .SPECIAL SESSION OF MEXICAN CONGRESS BY MOHNINIl JIlUKhllL U..CIAL LKA8ID Wlt M.-ji'i, City. July -L There will be no special session of Ihe Mexican roll er, -,s. ullhuui;h reoiie.'ted by President PASSENGER TR1 JEAR MEMPHIS Iniulit lln. it i The perma m-nt rummisslon i came lo Ibis drtrrtiiiii.itiun today, con I'Yiil.iv jsiileriiiK ilmt prev ious nieasure.s enact hours j c, y ( onpi esM has alreatly v e-'ted in iiiniui- the pn sldent power lo settle the Chi nes,- iiiileiii n it y a ml to di: e t,i Iv placed b an-- -the which President lliuila Kl t s.s to decide. The president was the Ainiilcan colony at the hi re today. I urse two desiri the re poluts d cnil- Hiiest of the cclchriition PRESIDENT WILSON SPEAKS TO BLUE Remilar Army Pays Touching Tribute to Memory of Men Who Fought and Died on Bloody Field. GREATNESS OF NATION THEME OF ADDRESS More Than Forty Thousand People Present on Closing Day of Celebration; Another Planned for Richmond, tav monin joiimnal aa'ieiAk vaAaao wiaai HeltyslurK. Pa.. July 4. The mull- Jlar army pahl tribute today t i the i t hnus. i mis who ship under the hllM ! in' (lettvsburii. Hointwhi-rr down In the heart of the tented city a huslj N.niC out In (diver nweet call that wan dered over tin flehU where I.e an I Meade made history. The Id if fl.m I efni" the headiUrters of (lcner.il lacK,'tt, flashliiK in sudden curves of tetl and white mid blue, iflorlous In the sunshine nf a perfect July clay, tame slowly half way down the shaft. In front of the tent, Bhoulder't squared, flit urn trim In summer uni form nf white, fart' toward th flan, the general clicked heel together and stood at attention. Somewhere the Kunti of the third littery burst Into otiU'rato. suluti. Lvery officer over the letiKlh breadth nf that wide field, every listed iniin turned away from the ties of the moment, and faced ri I r t flan, heels together, head up and t .uinlit with the sentlmi nt of the . , As the last gun of forty-eight eei.i the ei hoes clamoring about Seminar) tldue .Hid Hound Top, there wan sol emn silence, the hush of pence. Ol 1 u tenuis w ho did not realize, perhtc exactly what wits ,'tdni in, a-lii-i -i lent under the spell of Hi "rlv-i., ft cling tl ut nfcmed to twuep the fle d Kvi-n the flatter if p( f and pons i". the mess t-nta was hushed IP' vi lis of tinkf-' n In ti t to dlil a i. ndddav tieal lowered lo w' Iwpera. 1 '' five inlnules the camp wan quid. Tin ' the lutgle fpoke iignln In notea more It yous. The silk.-n flag lei'jK d up n staff to Its very pinnacle and noises Hint 4n,oro men (in ma. si me 1 t h -' i i.'ta-, ; v t 1 i a ' a ! '..(. io : I - d " i. ral to in. f a n unl'e.l t ii lon ib 1 1 at f iv m nu'ei ( ia , v al ly the last tnrmal mar, of 1 - ( i tcnn.ai (."-lel ratii n. Otil niinuii's 1 1 fori , Prec'.ib ri I I ' I a V. 1: spoke In tho ldg tent to the vei'-rar 'n liln it and gray ami only u short Urn itltri'ward tliousuiiiis nf tin Me v1 wrri' li ft began tin Ir preparatii ni. fi ' ib part lire. 'Hie pn shield came in., -v ' a shortly befnle 11 ((.'Il t 1 ,n u H -..t more. Through the nariow, ci"-i, '.' streets of this war-faun d ioul,i " t' wn, ho motored out to camp, with (iovrtiior Teller, of Pennsylvania, and Hrpt es, ntallv r Palini r, of Pennsylva nia, by his side. Ills a ppeariineo at the illation of lirtlysburt; was the sig nal for a cheer nml from somew In r down from the id t.v slmrg college Klollll'ls lulu; the twciitv-onc salute. Prom the station to the eiuiip over the villune streets and gray and dusty Kmmllsbuig road, the president wa:. driven while the Pennsylvania consta bulary, Innklng busliieHs-IIke and elfl clent In their slate gray uniforms, guarded his automobile anil kept the traffic clear, Al the entrance to the big tent, I president paused fur a moment to li the camera battery pop away as I, stund with lieud uncovered between a veteran from either army. Ills en trance into the tent to the strains nf "Hail In the Chief," hrought the crowd, which those who estimate, nay numbered ten thousund, quick from their chairs with a cheer. The speak er's platform was filled with the stuff officers of governors, with men In confederate gray and it few in blue, with women in gray dresses and the president linhls black frock coat was a quid figure, (ioveinor Tener introduced him In a dozen words. As he rc.au to speak there was another cheer. I "ltlui president spoke slowly and carefully, but the breeze that played under the sides of the tent, with the restless feet of those who hastened in, made It difficult fur the old men In the rear seats to hear and understand. Me was Interrupted only once or twice with cheering. President Wilson spoke In part as follows: "J nerd not tell you what the I utile nf lettysburg meant. Thee gallant nun In blue and gray si' a I about us here. Many of them nm here on this ground In Brim and dead lv struggle. I'pon these famous fields and hillsides their comrades died about them. In their presence It were an impertinence to discourse upon huw the buttle went, how it ended, what It signified. , Hut fifty years have gone by since then and ' crave the privilege of speakln- to y . for a few minutes of what thoye flf' years have meant. What ha' e " meant? They have meant peace pn.; 'nlon and vigor, and the maturity and might nf a great nation. How whole some and healing the peace has been! "Huw handsome the vigor, the luu- A D GRAY AT GETTYSBURG