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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURD Hy furrier. (Ml ! Rr Mull, Ml Onln . ml. Nlnilli' I ,.lr, .1 ( .-in. THTRTi I'll I II VEAfl Mil . (A.WIX. NO, 11. ADMINISTRATION TO OUTLINE IKON FOLIC! WITHOUT FURTHER DELAY It Is Not Believed, However, That Crisis Will Be Reached Until Rebel Annies Get Neater Mexico City, HENRY LANE WILSON IN WASHINGTON TODAY , Ambassadoi Will Confer First With Secretaiy Bryan and nun wivivm j j Latd' With President 111 Re- tO bltliailOlli 1 nW Mr.KNIHj JOUIINL tHCIL LIMO Washington, July II. While ad mlnlat ration officials here bellevs that i lie crtetl will not be reached In Mex ico until Hie northern rebel armies ss closer to Mexico City and the federal strongholds, indications to night were that an effort would be made by the Waahlngton government I.. pUrUe a well defined policy before events reached a critical stage. The first step lii the forinnlation of .. policy will be taken tomorrow when Ambassador Henry bane Wilson win bring to the p real dent ami s.-, n tary Bryan ftrai-hand information of the ltuatton tin-re. Mr, Bryan announced tonight tmphatloally that there was no disposition on the part of the ad ministration here to Interrogate Am hafiHijdor Wilson about the numerous report! alleging activity on his part in Connection With the downfall "f Madera and the establishment of the Huerta regime. He added that the ambassador had bun called lo throw light on present o in the troublous republic. After Ambassador Wilson I id rely ions ui- terrad with Secretary Bryan, in- win taiu farther, with Pretldenl wiison and probably will bo asked to appear before ilo senate committee on for eign relations. That Ambassador Wilson had ex pressed on hie arrival in New Vork opposition to the proposals for medi ation and had Indicated his sympathy with the desire of the Huerta gov ernment to be recognized v.ere com municated informally to Mr. Bryan, who made no comment. immediately after his conference with the ambassador, Mr. Bryan ls Scheduled t" appear before the .senate committee ..n foreign relations furth er to present the administration's plan lor a protectorate over Nicaragua but on the same occasion, it is expected that he will be asked to outline the developments toward a Mexican pol icy. Members of the committee, us well us the senate generally, are strongly Inclined toward some exe cutive action by which all factions in the Mexican dispute can get arms from the Tnlted States. it was apparent tonight that the pre in policy, of tit.- administration "as lo prevent all shipments of arms i" either .side landing a final deter mination on this point. it is believed Hint after the presi dent and Beer eta ry Bryan have ob tained from Ambassador Wilson his own ideas and interpretations of tie political situation In the Mexican capital, the American government. In .i measure, Will reiterate views ex pressed in the Latin-American state ment mad,- bj President Wilson short ly after his Inauguration in which he .io claimed that the United States had nothing to seek in La tin-America but the welfare of Its sister republics, With this In mind, the recent sug- Bestlon of an American offer of medi- alien may be followed as un evidence ,.f the good intentions of the Wash- Lngton government. Information from federal a well as constitutionalist sources today, however, was to the effect that neither side would consld- "i' medigtlon by a foreign govern ment. Tim national pride of the Mex icans, it was pointed out. would not allow interference In internal politics, II it develops that overtures of the Cnlted States toward peace were not favorably received, It is expected that Hie Washington government will thereupon pronounce itself on the question of arms and ammunition, In ill probability lifting the embargo so i he ill sides can buy munitions of lu, ii a development, it is bellev many quarters here, would so then the constitutionalist cause ii . as to bring matters to a crisis speedily nd bring about the overthrow of the Huerta government, a contingency which many Washington officials be lieve is inevitable, though reports of a strengthening of the federal armies ire b.-iiig receive,! constantly by Of ficials of the Huerta administration. Admiral CoWlflS, at iluaymas. in formed tin- navy department today thai Thomas Hind, the American rati road loan reported held at Uuayinas. Mexico, for a ransom, was not a oisoner. II, said that Hind went out "f the federal lines, and that the in surgents would not allow him to cross back. American and British oil camps at iiiaii t'usino and Potrero Del Liana have been robbed, according to a re port from Tanipico. Manuel flarcia. of San Antonio. Tex., an American citizen who was held in Tampiee on political suspi cion has been released through the effort., ,.f Consul General Miller. 1- H. Morrison, who w as held un- i ittr suspicion h) fedetal authorities ut QmhuMi i i" be delivered lute the custody f Admiral CoWleS Of tlM .miser Pittsburgh for transportation nut of Meiteo. 1 .1 l I M N TIM EN I 1 1 1 N K ISiTEItVKNTIOX INI 1 1 IU I London. Jul) jr.. Tin. Times, in an editorial dISCUastng the policy of the United Stutes towards Mexico, ; tiny: "A throe your' 1 1 In 1 of a passive jgttiUdf Iiiih failed to contribute In j any definite way to the appeasement ! of the country. Sooner or Inter, un less matterM tulle mi iihcxpcetcdlv fu voftbta turn, the Americans will I htVC to eoiiHlder whither the attitude lot neutrality tad ntm-lnter ention jinny not he persisted in Until II al most wears the aspect of shrinking fratn dirty Mid rea possibility, until it i produces the very crisis it was Intend led to avert, and until it sai rlflcos to a Mrn pig or n theory every opportu nity for tangible and productive service.'- JAPAN EMPLOYS ENGLISH ORDNANCE ENGINEERS lit mousing jousu eetCIM iiaiio imi v,1",,',;m-r- "" peii ordnance enaineeri from two of he leading gun factorial In Kngland arrived here today, on their way to Japan, where they will take chart;, ..I ordnance work at u stent plant is- tabllahod by the Japanese at Maroran. mi H ok pido Island. The Japanese gOV orniiienl has Its regular arsenal ut Kobe, hut the plant at Maroran, whole no Britten experts have Leon en gaged, 1 1 for work of a special char- el to (iiscu-s ro ir emp Japanese gov . rnment, no are Jai k -k Sterling, W. Wilson. W. I'. Paul III. I - and 'I'. W. BroWl OF HOSTILITIES Also Give Warning That Allies Not Be Permitted to ate Bulgaria Too Greatly, MBMIM4 JOURNAL SSSSSA tfS0 WOtll i. en. ion, .iniy -"..--The Important development today in the Balkan sit uation was a demand pr leented by the Austrian representatives nt Alhafl and Belgrade for an immediate cessa tion of hostilities, together with n warning thai Austria Wodld not al i. w Bulgaria to be too greatly humil iated, It was declared in Vienna to night that should Qraace ami Servla still OVPOSe an armistice, a Itiimnnian army, acting as a mandatory of Aus tria and Russia, will prevent any at tack on Sofia, and t lint Austria will take even more energetic steps if nc -elaary to stop the war. Should it be true that Austria ami (tuntt thus have agreed tt operate the btlesa win i prea , ef- sure exercised ih f. Btll C. in the military principal news la have invest,., the Vldlun, Bulgarls, , Irciea here, the that the Servians ancient fortreae at I ;:u miles sooth f tail of Ho- fortn ; ' lelave.l ill fai t, a Belgrade Tb, , annul long be Belgrade dispatch reports that (Jen Bra I Kutuncheft's troops already aro beginning which ha will lie Sel i aurrende population w ar A despatch to the Dailv 't' leg ia from Bucharest, timed '.' o'clock V day night, lays: "News has been received from s of a terrific battle between Servia and Bulgarians near Tsarevoselo, the river Brogamttas in Hulgarlans were vlcto which t I lolls. Oreokg help casualties w probable Ih, igereted.'1 a despatel .1 tin crvla OS, thousand s greatly i. . ihe Post fn rest of th sacs that owing to tl king of Rumania, th, and Uroeks have suspended ward mot emi at, A despatch lo the Dally from Koine savs the powers thOHsed Itussia to oceupv in order to compel Turk. draw behind th,- Bnoa-Mldli oi v frontier between Turkey garia, as fixed i.v tin treat don. then EX hav, Arn VTItOLH KKTrUCVT OKOElt or HI COMM IMi lb, Bulgarian government i against Ibe Turkish Invasion 01 garin, the grand Slater has wir Bulgarian foreign minister: "I hasten to inform you till 1 tl 1' hlch croaae inpit, ring I of the i Her t'r ate, chli .111.1 l KLKET l-(issi:ssit) TAKKS Dl Dl in m. VTCH Salonikl, Julv HI. The dree has occupied Dedeagnteh, the t us of the Adrlanople-Saloniki way on the Aegean sea. The rians set the town afire befor, Bating it. rail- liulga- MOON Mutiny Quickly Mipprc-sctl. Mexico City, July 16. A mutiny in Be tern prison tonight was quickly suppressed when the guards fired upon and killed one man and WOUBd rC two others. Most of ihe mutineers wet.- armed With knives. AUSTRIANS DEMAND CESSATION FRANCISCO SENDS BELIEF TO AMERICANS IN Constitutionalist Conunandei Moves Detachment From Ascension and Gives Assur ance of Protection, CHIHUAHUA FEDERALS IMPRISON MINE MANAGER rains Leave El Pasu Over Mexican National Railways for First Time Since Eaily 1ST MORNIN4 JOUPHIL IPr I A L Ll-tlR XHII Kl I'aso. Ti x , Julv a teh gram received b) Qenerai Hugh U Scott, commander at I'mt Bliss, from Col ons I C A. I'. Hatfield, Thirteenth cat - air) commander at Columbus, n. m., tonight Indicates that Qenerai irran elseo villa, constltutlongllsi command- er III the state of ChlhUahUO, h,,s m. .v e.i a strong detai hmeni from ta csncloa into the aiaders lumbi t dl -trict. for tin- protection of Americana employed b the i'earson syndicate there. The IlleSlllge fr.iin Colonel Hatfield follows: "A eOUHer from PanchO V'lllS re turned to Columbus at t p. m today ami stated ib'at Villa gh h ussuranci that life ami property ami aii Ameri can in tc rests at itndera are perfectly safe and well guarded. I n account of tile death of one American neat Ma dera. Villa lias detail, il KltlG .'f Ills men to the pursuit of the ban dits led liv Kl HochO Martinez. Tin same men an- along iio- Mexican N'Ofth WeStem railway and som. an to be left permanently at Mad, ra t ivat.'h the safety and w.lfai the residents of the town.'' That Charles Diesel, manag Mines Company of America, , uard Mcponahj, manager of ill i, ami Ber et Ho- San of Santa Inipre oned Patricio Mining com pan Barbara, Chihuahua, are in chihuahua and in executed by federals. danger of being is tin- statement i. vo, a mining man of Knst ii. , w h, at ri ed hare from lii today by way of Col li, The detention ,.f the ins was confirmed alto in received nt Bloael's office Santa Most imibus, N. two Ann i i. a telckram here from a representative of tin' American Smelting and l!i lining CO pnny today. Blesel ami McDonald Were euro to tin- Santa Barbara gamp near 1' , i . nil III an uutoini I lie to bring American refugees from'' there. out A I Santa Kisalia, teibrals of lieiielal OroSCO's command arrested the min ing Rten and confiscated (heir automo bile. What the charge against the men is has not been learned. A strong appeal has been made by .1. H. baccy, secretary to Col, John Lamberts, president of the Mines Company of Allien. :,, in I 'lib ago, to Secretary of state Bryan, to secure Hle-el's release Ihioiigh tin- A Ii lerieali Consul in Chihuahua. A crude woo, ,u i,,ss marks tile grave of iii. g'Veinol of during tin near the I htorcaxltas, Chihuahua i lale Ablab I sales, bi. him ttlon ity. n ed by fed. rats lasi spring, ustln La ba neat, former police under Consoles, who is in Kl says thai on .Tuly In, while his in, was at Hoi . OSltXS, be dls d the bones ,,r lb,, late govei'n- ide the National railroad 'ra. ka ometer tei4, He I. lentil led II inanti of clothing worn b) fjon After Lahanaat's men had bur e ilea. i governor with military pious Mexican ranchmen i the cross to mark the spot. It over Lai the . lo M, lav lean n'ii- I, li Ag- ompanj . orted a tees are ng satisfaotorili trains to be r 's I lltlonsl since the early liep Heneral CMtrtt's Jim military ditioli came to Juarez. T... la.. V trains consisted nger, three freigiits, oi one pas nnstrue apld-flre ry trains d I Ibe milliarv allies SCO soldiers 'lie soldier train bin c oilier brings up Hi, Is carry quantltlei and necessities ol fully the f the educe the oaplti ity, been 1 during 1 to past start ing several lerai commanders m Juaret their Intention to maintain It regular service between the border ami chihuahua. There ar,. no tele graph stations between Juarez and lb., stat. capital. Dl MONSTIt VTION M VDK I wot; OF I s Wll Itll MADERA Piedras Negras. Max., July JO. A pro-American demonstration, partici pated in by nearly 2,000 supporters ,.f Qovornor Carransa, vvas held hero last night. The demonstration wus or ganized as a i el, uke to I'rovl-lotial President llticita, who was charg.il (Continued Oft Cage Two.) VILLA ONLY ABOUT MORE MULHALL LETTERS TO "Fo ad's Sar.e, Have Muicy if You Can," Asks Witness, Exhausted Fiom Strain of Long InvtitfgatHH CROSS EXAMINATION WILL BEGIN SOON Manufa Association and of Laboi Will Be Ask Questions, Federation Allowed to. . uuiu ift.aij -Willi ..nil Bs t Martin WaHhiimton, Julv la, about one thousand mot m Mulhall's hrttera t.. hi re I. the senate lobby committee adjourned I Monday, expecting to w correspondence of tin "g ward the close of Hie i Mulhall show.. I signs t. he ha-- be. u UBdet lb' I fused during lb.- i.nilini ler ami when Konatof W. ,d that he needed a rdil I'm jual about broke 1 1 the 'I'm. tun di suggest exclaimed own I'oi If yog can. breaking Hod's sake do Inn meri'v I don I want t.. say I 'tn dow n. but I dOA't w ant to answei queatlons If you'll let nvj i 'Ii. i ii in hi ,i,i NMUt asm, mi. ed to- daj thai attorneys for the National Association of Manufacturers ami 1 tin- American Pedergtleej of Labor would be allowed to ujlfStloll the witness through the committee, pro v bied ihev snbmlt queaildii twenty four hours beforehand and receive tin- committee's approval, senator Nel had a talk with Hi, demo- members before the decision Bounced and it is known that tested vigorously against al Mulhall's story to Bland with he pro low lug out examination by the lawyers f,n the orfnalsatlons Involved, At the htwrlng Indaj n shnrp bnte occurred amettg member of committee about whether foreign manufacturers and Importers had in fluenced tariff red actions in tin- pres ent bill. CURRENCY BILL IS LEFT SUSPENDED Democ Adjoun Mondi Inti axon Washington, ol'llly session in another the democratic ie banking ami ,und themselves I., disagrei on current v bill. Monday, when, lias had a tall, the They after w 1th idmlftlstratlon adjourned uuin I 'resident ilepreseti Wi tali dab .1 iSouih Caro couitntttee amendment ti the ach ,iii. : sotm isterdu: soil a Struggle tO lea agreement win While the CO today during a thai demanded no in I" i s on I In son had conf. i sioii .r. of il nl Wll pri son - floor, i'i i ild noes wiih i; tntlv Wlngo, wit has opposed si v ra i parts and Bepr man of which It ! taken QUI f tbe administration bl elllaliv. OlaSS, tl .bail' II, . wlnn bill In r un hat f. ii craiii niernhai be sen! lo a demonstrated iii isentati mi the -ratlc i Om Mi III and thai Hie , , lee members in n" i tnttme out as matty of their differ, n possible. I.'eprescnl itlve offer, .1 a motion to send ag-tla.l. bill t Ih.. caucus Immediately without any recommendation and with all amend ments pending. The discussion became rather acri monious, Ueprcsculalh e Kagstlale .ailing Chairman filaSS lo order for a published statement that the chair man believed the committee unable p. agree, chairman Glass repudiated the statement. Representative Wilson of Florida, wanted to know if tin charge of dis courtesy applied to him. and Etepri -sentatlvi Bulkley retorted that hut statement could b Interpretea each member of the committee suit himself, in th,- confusion various motions to send the on) conference were laid mi the table ih,- committee adjourned. gy I Kf I tl,,. to! und I BE READ MID-AIR 000 COUNTRY OAS BEEN ON STILTS FOR YEARS, ASSERTS Says. Democrats found It Im possible to Propel ly Regu late Length of Them With out C WOULD KILL HIM TO MAKE HIS LEGS EVEN Amusing Colloquy Cummins and Bristo ii i i sissippi aenaioi i ieiei . Dill us !)( c t wood-Sii Ut, . itilP Senator ld in in. Washington, Julv 1 I.I 111 -. ol MlSsl-e . 1 Wil li! I- Iff debate o,. iv that tb.' democrat:! had found It difficult to ileal log, call;, with the laHff becauet IhS Industrial conditions had boon placed on iixu istiits by years ..i republican contrac iii n This prompted Senator Cum mini to ask wh the democrats had not nut ofr u inn. ,.f b..tii sun,, i S, nator Williams replied that were "alnakt it would kill the thing" to walk rtrulght ail at on legs. i hey "TOO have put Hie coiinliv OB stilts.'' said Senator wnhanc addrt m ing Hi.- ropubMcans, "and we can't re duce Ihe duHci 'ii one t 1 1 1 all that we vv ...lid like I a- . i. Ilnl of Hie I tUt- otic artifieiai en. mi. His you have ere- sted, logic reans I We , .Illlo, through this run l ill tinea, of that m ry I sissippi. ' said "that tin Payhi -nator I uniiuins. Uiltlill law gave -lilts thai were the American legu to,, high, but 1 think net the trouble Is t, bo -ih from both 0 Slor from MlMdM Ippl lone leg entire! and ! w lo re i, w a,s. He il the Way to nil'. saw (,fr a fair us. Hut the scn .i would saw oft I have til, othot should leave the shorter than tho agriculture leg no manufacturing h-K " "Wll." salil Senator Williams, "we found th, - poor thing with one lag al ready longer than the other and wo took off proportionately from ihe long leg, bin still he poor nipple, thing win have ti, go stumping I Hut im should equallsi raid Senator Cummins. "I h, rt. StrUOh a fellow habit of walking M itll one than the other thai we w it would kill hint If both '""K- itn lega, o in the one leg long, r e were afraid i.oib lags wotv nator Williams laughter Of tht ussing an al- made exactly even, retort,,!, arousing th democrats. Senator BrUttOW, d b geii discrepancy in tarch with lion, on duty on p. 'talo pot aloes, asked s. nator Williams a hy th, put a duty on rice anil u democrats i on pota- at.. i Williams dl n was that the larcd thai ipubllcans ' and th. I the duly i. ,1 said not I, be n n i s. iiaim Williams a bai a article of aiihe. th,. banana "he food, tradi is absolute!) i nti lie. I Senator liris that In the pi n. had , lelibel.lt. I discriminated a democrat) llberately lb. A i ilea n "I wo ill, I in t bk. Mhtttl I, Hi ii. nator 'agues Idled from such Sciiati Hipp an uneurtl .r Biistow, framed a bin Ahlch does. i tor Bristol uly mi rie.x- NtAreh trom nt Ibe p, ,. Irani .posed ' potatu i per pound I" "in a vote of :"J lo idagoe, l li er and ll. , ' Oted with t nt was Sen- d I it oil call ii ton's duty mi W a nun elu ded mil Ite -tril . on tb i ib .f lin ,i t bal ii ' (i, Borah i a gttlliBl d ,111: tl al an amendment oi Nebraska, to strike NorrlS, of lutj ,.i so Hie dul.v of Mi cents a pound on menthol The amendment vvas re jected, tt In "In. Senator N'orris maintained that menthol should n tho free list because It Is UWd for medicinal purposes, Senator Slnool's amendments to place amber on the In,- list and rOtjlUCe Hit- duty on lano- Mil or wool grease of one .cut pU pound to half a cent a pound, also Were rejected. Senator llristow wanted to kftOW wh.v, with wool on the free list, Hie democrats began t" tax the by prod- WILLIAMS I. I i- '"..11 a- the wool left tllo hoop's barks. Senators Bristol and Heed ha. I a . . ii! In t o er the tariff on wool urease. IWbllh extended Into a partisan aruu- . hi. The iim or from Kansas asked t ved In flee lead I lite caucus," said Sen- Reed if he hoi voted for It In i tot Heed "Ale you going to ot lor It now V rutted Drtstow. "NO, because aii, going to Itippor I he i,w of the ni.ijrit." said Rood "Then v on i ell, . in ,n. us legls In t Ion '. "No, s. uai ,.r Re, d replied, e In supporting a hut pull, if w hat do believe vvlii.h all Would vnt. have agreed upon for nothing execpl favored, i would anve lo write the whole bill. Hut there Is a caucus thai is far more binding than inj other and that Is the orgnulutlon of the In ti rests which have ,onli.,lled and II- i need and for years made a cat's p aw ol Hi,- republican party." And your port has written a bill." Si nator ltrist.,w hotly rejoined, "which Is in. oe for the I eiieflt of those III lei, -Us than any tariff ''III ever pre nted. u places on the free IM articles 1. 1 independent manufacturers and protecta those manufactured bj lb. i he ml, three id dui 1 1 s, bodu i". paragraph! ng tin da) Ho that had been t f i.i pi a I .nominee Pro-Mill Buenos As res, July mlttes ot Ho chamber vestlgating the queatlo Mini Hill- II, The com- i . I deputies in-1 n of chilled meats has decided to present a bill to prevent tmsts, another for i fiaani of th oat tie in Ai ntine and a third ordering an oifiiiai Inqulrj into the RATE REDUCTION Conference Willi Senate 0t Office Committee Results in Undei standing and Parcel Post Will Be Improved. vBi unjuoij itiiismi mi , ti i ttsin vsiai i W isiitngt' i July In an arsw ,-r to criticism of ills proposed redut Uon ol rates anil the QCTfaSe of -ize of parcel post pa kag,s, postmaater Oen- i nil Km I. -on uppeared lodtiv belote I th senate postoflc mimittee. Tbe postmaster general read a lel- tcr from tho Interstate commerce com- mission stating that II was Satisfied condition" were such as i,, prevent the shipment by the parcel post of man) articles, and that the proposed changes wit-,. ia order to promote Hie service to the public, Senator BriStOW said he believed tile ; osttnaster general bad authority o i barge the rates and zones if the Interstate commerce commission ap proved. Other senators agr i but gUeatll ned his authority to aha the dlStlnCtlVS stamp. "I felt thai PongrCSS wanted postmaster general to go ahead don the and lll.pl I.', , tlnue i' and Mi tbi- s.rvi.e and ll"l to coil be, o standing i un," ot m in -tturluM a ro going to mak, money on business and we will be al l" further reductions In rates,' to make So urgently did and Bryan nttai k i th. chanSes would profits (or the irot was said ai on; tbe Senators BfJStOW 0 propoi ilion Hint result hi Increased 1 inn. in that little power of the posl- web d anges, Wurleson dem- Ulo n not to al nterfered with b r pulling the Isslllne He .V rcgulutloi final meral maki ba rises of IB, MoHNiNR JOlib,.,. -!.' Denver, Julv Jti News reached mil llol in dollar f I Raj lb Vorl, man district in Sargent wb v lib nl Ii' ,1 N w I II II 't I .lei on hob Ing. est in W' and ; no Ie ,i woundi di . an ,1 lo his I oi k. and 1 'alifornlu, the wee, o his upon In tbie in s, w re mailed vv itnout open- mllton built Hie bouse iii 18110 lived there several Veal's Willi lit and his Wife, 'me day Mam , bo.l, was found floating In the ami the mystery of his death nev er I.e. u , plaiiicd. Some ill. .a lake, has I months later Mrs torgeni fled t" a I neighbor's, bearing evidence of tnr- iribie mistreatment which sin- refused to explain She died shortly after and Sargent left the region, returning about two years ago with the second 'Mrs. Sarg.nt. Weather Bureau to ho Iteorganizeil. Washington, July -o. itoorganlaa- lion of Hie Weather bureau Is soon to be made as a result of a report made yesterday to Secretary Houston by a special ' otnmittee w hich has investi gated the workings of thg bureau, BURLESON TO MAKE AS PLANNED WILSON TALKS TO NEWSPAPER MEN ON HIS RECORD IN MEXICO Al so Expiesses His Views as to What Should Be Done; Is Opposed to Plan for rii- paitite Commission, STANDS PAT ON WHAT HE HAS DONE Deelaies His Recognition of Huerta Government After Madero's Death Was Only to Piotect Ameiicans, .New .fk, July 25. Pausing here fi r a ban day en his hurried Mexico-to-Washington trip in renonse to ft tvmmons from Preatdsnt wiison. Bean i .m. wibion, Amafloaa km- hassador to MexlCO, ..nnoumed Ills gmphatio opposition to several plan under consideration i,j the state de- pnrtiiicut fin i. ringing about peace In the troubled Mexican republic, Supplementing statements in: mad, earlier in the day, disapproving too suoeatioBa of American mediation or i th, appointment of a tripartite com mission, Mr. Wilson gave his iiu-son1' tonight why he considered the pun for a tripartite commissi on not a feut- til. one. "If Wf ar, ?n consider Hleh a plan We may as wall abandon ihe Monroe doctrine entirely.'' he said. "Tin- Monro., doctrine pledges tlm United States to take care of the m Iter sets at American governments witi" lj ,.r r Jm, ....,,t-t, Conaequeittl) undot the Monrae doc- JJ ii in. we lanaot attempt t let tie u o s affairs through the services ot u. h a bod) us the proposed tripar tite commission sines It involves cull ing on outside governments to help " Mr. Wlliion was reticent when iiiio- Honed as to his policies on moricnn Interv ention and r, . ogiollon ,! Me e a bv ibe l ulled States. TheSn vi. ws. p.. said, he felt he must reeered for 111 conference with President Wll son and s'. . retnrv llryan, "I have been blamed for H greot deal, " tin- aiiiaasiiudor commented, as b. discussed the administration in Mexbo City. On everything he has .1. m b, ' stands put," however, he said, and believed, lis tp hurried on to Washington, taking a train lute to nlght, that he would be retained 111 his position and sent back tu MfXlco. Th,. ambassador's sllenM regarding Ills opinion as to American recogni tion was broken tonight long enough tor him to comment on one of his gets Iim subsequent to the overthrow 6t Modern. Mr. Wilson recalled that this net was Inti rpn ted in many iiuurter as virtual recognition notwlthitindlng th. refusal of in government g$ Wai liingboi to admit thfl rellUblle oil a dlplomath fool in common with othet governments, in February, when llueiut becanio provisional president, the ulubussudor Instructed American eonsUkt in Mes- co III tile interests of Mexp o to Urge general submission ami adhesion to the government, which win be rocog- allied by a gu governments to il wrong Construe . .1 upoh this ad lee i b a nj person w in. Hint be recognised dgjr," Mr Will ,,n would , to consular . belle! ed II b, pile officer meani lb 1 1 i b government, or that ho b. conflict In any way i s ..I . Ither Mr. Tall as (resident Wilson. .I. facto government gni., d," Mr. Wilson I be .Ie facto gov nun, nt only that i lain tb id. e only government tliut pon tile power to offer protection 0 i n an lives and property and liv." and proper!)' of other els. I acted as any Slllbussi,- 1 II'1 i lgh to act m the inti r niv ooUnlrymen, The govern dor est ba of ment I r ignised was the only exist ing mi. of law and order, I believe Unit I did rlsht at that critical time." Ambassador Wilson in comrpenttug (..night upon the Mexican situation in general, declared the seriousness of conditions has been exaggerated. Things are not nearly so bad as they have ben represented," he "aid. "Fundamentally, the condition of Mexico is good. At bottom, what 1 might call Ihe phv.si.al condition of Ibe COUntry or the material condi tl ,n. ls good. The disturbances of Hie present are surface disturbances, and though they affect the country ad VSrSely, tin y soon can be settled, the government can be made stable, and then Mexico will enjoy tin, prosperity an,! Immunity from disturbances of which sin i, capable. There is noth ing fundamentally wrong with this countrj Everything there is not go- Ittg t" tin dogs, as some persons hero seem to think." Viugmph Magnate's Vt lie Hies,. New York, July Mrs. Alpha Gerald Brooks, wife of Belvedere Brooks, vie president und general manager of the Western t'nion Tele graph company, died tonight a few hOUN after lo r arrival from Denver, when she was stricken last Saturday bile on a lour through the west with her hpsbund.