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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
Tlllinv-I II III VKAR ui tv N.. il TWELVE PAGES. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, S SECTION ONE. Ilv Cnrrlfr, OH fnls n Moat Hi MaU, .mi i Ma M.mln. slimli' l .illr, n ( ruin. DANGER IF STRIKE BY TRAINMEN OH EASTERMROAOS NOW OVER Withdraw Their De- r oi Arbitration of Managers nriand for Grievances Giving The EMPLOYES HAVE NAMED THEIR REPRESENTATIVES Mediation Will Now Proceed Under Newlands Act on Six teen Original Grievances Without Any Change, ibv hoinims joii.L rtr.i. imro w.l Kaw York, ,ini f. The eaatorn railinails t m!:i u it Inlii " tla ir ih' nitinil that tholr m l am cs utmlnat the employca ihould t"' conaldarad ay th.' fodaral board appoint. .1 t.. arbl; trato tha dnnand for hi tter wRr and worklnM conilltlniiH mail.- hj ronilui -tora and trainman. That ccrnoaaalon, upparoatlv ramovad tha only remaining obatacla to arbl iMitlin, and av.Tlnl a ctiik.v After a brtof confaranca with tha labor laadara the modtatora announc ed that tha articlaa of orbttratlon will repraaenl the itlxtoan orixlnal danuutdi rf tha amployei wrthoul chanira. Thf only point won by tho rallroada araa an acraanani thai tha daclalon of tha nrhitratora ihould become effective October i Inataad of balai retroactive Th. conductor i and trainman an nounoed tha oamea of thalr rapraaan tatlvet on tha board of arbitration thin aftiTiioi.n. Th. y ara Uuclua B. Sheppard of Cedar Raplda, Io aenloi vice prnaldent of the Order of Hallway Conductor?, and Danlal U Coaaa, of Clovtland, 0 adftor and monacar f the "Kallwai Trainman. ' official or- k:hi oi the trainmen'a onranUatton Tha maaasera' declalai wai an noun, 1 . 1 after tiu had sin'tit the n tira niornitiK iii coniultation by tala phono ami telegram with tha praat di i't- nf tin ir roada, it ni aanounr r.i in the form of a letter addreaeed to the board of raadlation an.i coacitl atlon. Tha latter s.i u "To preclude the pnMHlliility of ai, Othar i rlnln mich s thl arisinK Whl i the rallroada ihoaW deal re to have . .inHiilori'il Import tint iincst Ions !! live to the .a n ' w, l-inr ooad : ti.in.-i of the cettdufctflW md trainmen, the eonfarVmce committee of manM era on .1 u i v l. atthounoed that in the intoraat of the public as a vhde tha matters. Which were h,n In dfetAM shoui.i be paaead on bi the bonrd Which WOUld arhltrate the demnndM nf the Conductor and trainmen foT 10 . i ea el in pay. "The manaarerf committee ho never rafuaed to arbitrate th de mands of tha men under the provt atona of the Newlandi aot but they thought thai in ail falrnaa, mattem which the railroads desired assed on, should be oonaidered ai the same time They preaented u question of inequi ami exceaaive araae thai the mtlri dl fail should be corrected. The riu in . Include them in the MTeement to ar bitrate was denied In the man; they elao ,ie, lin. d t,, t the United Btati board Of mediation and conciliation decide whether the matters should he arbitrated; they than rafuaed the MiKueHtlon of the railroads to arbi trate the queation of the Introduction of the matters, and announced that unless the railroad- withdrew their r. finest, a strlUe would be ealled. 'It I ft evident that the conductor an,i trainmen's organlaatlon would , a to the full extent of eubjectlng the companlei to the calamity that g trlke on the eastern railroads won! I online, rather than hale all matter! pertaining to th" queatlom at laeve sui, miued to fair ami comparative ar- hilrati n. "The railroads must protect the uil, lie. Therefor, they waive their tight in Include their request in th, arti,1 s of tlie agreement to arbitrate this time. Without prejudice to anv mher rights ,,f (be railroad." HEARINGS IN BIG OIL SUIT BEGUN 'V MOflNIKC, JOURNAL SPECIAL I (ASCD WIRI) Houston, Tex., July t(, Hearing- in tiie government's suit against the Southern Pacific railroad lor the re covery of oil lands in Kern County, California, estimated to i,c worth eighteen million dollars or more, were '.-in in federal court here today. Tbe land in question Is known to. " government as naval petroleum 1 ' si ia,. number one, having kpef withdrawn by president Tuft , n rat nmmerdatioa of the geological nur- Vcy. The area ini idles more than 0,000 acres taken up ny ti,, sputhrrti Ptti Iflc :iK auri.'ultural lands. Hearings are .scheduled In numgr- da ni 1 have I Atr:, San I her rrai title DEATH LIST NUMBERS 31 IN BIG FIRE 111 M....,, JOURNAL CRCC AL LKASEO WIRE) Itinghamton, N. V.. July -li. -The "in. ia list nf dead in the Blnghamton lothing lire Tuesday, as compiled by 'oroner Btlllson, 11 ill show that thir 1.1 -one persons lost thi-ir lives in the catastrophe, nf these, ten hav, been Identified, A young man employe testified the Inquest today that he oral Klrls down the fire that others mlghl have their feet hadn't been Wi helped 1 escape : ea a pi d dned in iml if the siair treads which were Composed of two iron rungs Arrangement tor the pubhc fu neral tomorrow lot the unidentified dead ncre completed this evening. There not being enough hearses In the ,-ity to carry so many caskets al once, a trolley car will be used. FLETCHER MAKES REPORT AS COMMISSION CHAIRMAN Mf.SN'NO JCXJSRJ'I AMlt I HD Wlt) washing. on. Jut) lf Sewatoi Kli i. in i . of Worida, chairman of th A mi i Mini ciuinieslon 'f agricultural cc-operatlon, which ha- lust utrniw 1 rum :i throe-months- studi of ""lull Hons In foreign countHge, n nnon n-.u tonight that the commission hud up pointed committee to digest and mplle the Information obtalni rt, Thi- commission I l . i I v im pressed "itii the vital Importaec oi n thoroughly m L'.iKliil mill mi 1 1 I mi ll papulation, iii itiif reassert thi countries of Buroni offer I lemon which may not Lone be disregarded in Ainiii'ii without oerloue ronse- ipicnoes." Mr Kli'ti ln r said. An advisory coatntttat to thi com pilation commlttaa will consist of Dr. J r suni.bs. ir Nevada: Dr. II Statement Morgan, in T-nnoaw . John Cunnlna , hum, of Ohio; Robert Van Courtlandt, 0, of New fork; W, H Hatch, pf mi, in- gaa; Colonel .1 B. Wllllam oi Tax , and E i. Daughti ridge. i. i I raiiil hm'h Ui-im d. iipmur, j,iiv ID JuOg C. i'. Put ter, in iii,. criminal branch of tha dis trict court bare today, dlsntlaead la f. rmatlons egnthai Marshall D. smith i ball man nf th n pal ItcaB I UUBt) central oommtttaa, and . W, Oar aoodi an attorney, la arhloh th are re accuaed of I'lolatlni tha election bvara of tha atate The court bald that tha pa) in. ui ..f It to a aroritar potM Ih not llli val. .in.l that data has th,' rtBhi to pny 1 1 anapoi tatlon of tha rotara t ipu placea. at rha a .ainli tor III. i 111. ..t- PROPOSED TREAT! T Original Agreement Would Have Prevented Joining With 0 1 h e i States Central American ) Form Union, .V MOANING inilHuiFrll LIAIIOWlNff! Washington, .inly " i. Important modiflcatimta are to ba made in th" propneed treaty with MtearaaTua, by whieh the United dtutea woul4 aatab iish a protectorate over the southern republic, h has been discovered that by the terms of th, agraemant oruf inally outlined by Se. r. te 1 1- Bryi 11. .Ni' ar.iu'ia 'loiii.i have been prevented ii.. 1.. , . t joiiiinu with othar republten to f.ii in a si, lule Central Am. 11. an union. Tin was not . ontempwtad bj tbi aomlnlstrntlon wh pi org aed ami the ., i. ii siispi, 11 am A meriean eoimtrlei I'tila. Oetween He, n tin tie. ih iiggesttoo hat, ,. 1,1b. 1 1 , . s. At :i eonf Acretnrj Bryan memuera ,.f tin Hons committee, sell it.- 1 .0 . mu it was agreed rem- ll, at th nrtglnnl dr.,tt of Hi" treat) should 1 .banned ami definite statement! be included in the com pact. provld Ing that It Should not -laud ui the way 01 any future action Nicaragua miht decide to take I. mar, I joining a I eh- trai Americun nil lima 1 1011 TELEPHONES WIFE. THEN ATTEMPTS TO KILL SELF "She Has Ruined Me, but Want Her," Moans Wound ed Man Who Had Been Mar lied Twice in Ten Weeks, IBV MORNIHtl IOtlRNAL'&RK( IAL , CAHtP IRtl Kansas City, July i'). Douglas Hertz, of Kansas City, whoae wife dis appeared from her hotel in Bt. Loula lam Thursday, shot and dangerouil) wounded himself alter a telephone Conversation with hi wife ben to night. -Mrs. Hertz was located tonight at the home of a fi n mi Hertz entered a saloon and telephoned Mis. Herts from there. After a long conversa tion he Mapped away from the tele phone and drawing a revolver, shot himself over the heart. He uas taken to a hospital. As Hertz lay on Hit floor of the sa loon, after he had shot himself, he moaned: I my w ife; k want her." Ib rtz has ten nooks in a motor u ile ed a want but I had HI cur two brides ill 1 1 first Wife Has accident whih killed they Eight were on their honeymoon trip. week later be married Mia .M uni' itoy, who disappeared from their ho tel in si. i.ouis last Thursday. Mis Hertz tonight refused to ex plain why she had left her husband. li it. i ,1 graduate of Cambridge university and, It is said, a son of a member of tlie British parliament. WISCONSIN LEGISLATURE FINISHES LONG SESSION V MORNINd JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIRE idlson, Wi., July 28. Among ihe passed b) Ihe Wisconsin leglsla- whlch practically completed its , today, after the longest session ami recall amcaaments 10 constilution A state commission to boxing contests. . a law requiring a 1 ertll health from prospective brl grooms. Sterilization of feble-ll lleptics and criminal insan, WITH NICARAGUA D BE CHANCED NORTHERNERS SO EAR IE BEST No Decisive Battle Has Yet Been Fought, Howevei, and This Is Believed Necessary to Government Success. FOREIGNERS ON GUARD IN MOUNTAIN TOWN Sympathy of Ameiicans and Europeans Is With Yuan Shi Kaii While Japan and Russia Favnr Southerners. rV MOHNINU IOUHNIL CP1TIAL I t A C K D Wlttt Peking, July ;;,',. Scleral Atneri eans an, other fOreJcnari are I mi-: Ii t guarding the approachea to the moun tain town of KU-Unff, Where thou sands ni fhretxnere; ,moatl) Amarii-an ami Drltiah, woman ami chlldraa, have taken refnite from th. beat Of the chim se summer moniha, The fen American liluejuekets mi the b. iKhts ai. malntainini rinna 1 coi unt all. ill with the United Btati 1 gunboat lie- 1.11,1. which la lylnn off the river port of Kiil-KialUt, Aft.r a fortnight of rebellion, the northern or government forcea hava had the better of the Renting at tha throe main poittta of eontai t. nam, Ii, BhanKhal, KlnKianc and aiona the Tien Tain-Pukow rallwa while nuieh ammunition has bean expended be limii firiiiLr laatlna vvli.il.. dava. there haa been bo decMva battle, wnn n oreutnera oeueve 1 eaaeniiai tn Provlalonal Preeldenl 1'uan sin Kai'n llltlmale sue,', UK. The sies of the ni'mb'S engaged are sin. iii oompnred to thane fighting In th,. Balkan war, ai Hhanghal, tha inn ther,, troops on shorn numbertwo thousand, while pill.. I Against them are fOttr thousand sunt homem. The army 01 Oenerui Chang Hsun. which raputand the rebels above Bu-Chow-Pu, tvumbeira leas than rue thouaand offleers and in, n. Tb, lartesl north ern army ,'onsist-i of pudiahK lifn.li to 111. -nli tlmusaiid on n and is noil the province 1 Buropt an and I lie Vang Tse at Poking, Id r of I 1 snl. nl d Klang-8. American sympathy In . n.; pot ts. .IS Well nvarwhelming in ta- V nan Kill Kai, while as PTa '.mci1.' .1 ! K'ir-i iii- upteif, ,,! favor the southerners. The opinion prevails ftmoftq Kliro- Maag in the cnpltnl thai yuan Mil Kill Hoo II Will be victorious. It M polic ed mil m lom 011 liters, however, that the ability oi Dr. Bun fat sen. the first provisional president of th,. re public, and bis pnrtt to create a ri- belllon und spread diaaffection uiimv, Ihe troop in the principal cities along the lower Yang-Tee river was not gtlBpccted Hire, months ago, Qovernmeni officials ar.. Indignant beeausi the foreign conaula at Rhnng- bai and al Hankow did not expel the rebels from their concessions. Many foreigner and even m min ts of ihe legations llcle. likeWiae consider the Inactlvltj of the consular bodies in the south unjustifiable, vice Preaident u Yuan Ung as serted in an Interview today that . 1 th. rebels I ROOPS II ', I I l I v 1 : 1 III t VMilM. N'aiikliik,', July 2fi. The city of Xnn kitiK has been ,1, nuded or troops, only enough soldiers to maintain nrih r have 1 een left. (foreign residents leal' II tolls u 1 1 1 I tb ol work The s hi v-ru rebels hav, Qum river, where their front lor : il miles to resirii treated to hi,- have extended lam e of SI let. thej dis till. tbe a, nbern army advancing fr province of .N'nan llwel. Northern troop today tired upon the imperial customs .steam, r K11 tivo, on the Van:: T. (Clang, al Chmg Kiang, forty-five miles, east of Nan king. Seventy shots struck the fes tal bul no one was wounded. Tb,- British gunboat Woodcock e corted tin KUtWO up the river and demanded that the commander of the government force explain, lie apolo gized profusely ami said that the at tack on the river steamer was a mis take, ( Ot Vl'ltV DIM KIM'S PREHiENT 1HPECT Ol HI :sol. A Tit shanghai, July i. The landing of sailors' from Ihe foreign warship al this city today has greatly relieved the foreigner ami batter ciaei of Chinese and Ihe country people al', beginning to return to their homes. The country districts around Bhang hat present an aspect of desolation, Village have been burned and Ih, crop ruined. Rotting corpses ar,. ly- Ing everywhere. Philanthropic organ isations an- oaring tor the refugees, thousand:: of whom are still sleeping In the streets of this city. a special train i being kepi in readiness to remove foreigner from Wu-fiung, should the situation moke such a oourie advisable, All was quiet about the arsenal heie today, The bombardment receiv ed from tb,. government forces yes terday seems to have effectively re moved the rebels. The bulk Of them ai,- concentrated In th.. neighborhood of Chapal, to the north of Bhnnghai. BURNSIDE BREAKS BEACHEY'S RECORD (BY M'JHNINS JOURNAL SPRCIAL LEASED WIRE) Rochester, H v., July . --a dis patch from Bath iay that Prank Burngide, (lying in a biplane, today broke l.ituoln l'e:n hcy's American nl tltOde rccoid of 11, KM) feet, made in Chicago two vents ago, by attaining OP FIGHT NG IN CHINA EIRE ADOS TO TERRITORI Houses Are Burned Charges Are Made Sympathizers of Me ' and! That1 Resoonsib )le tor C PARTIAL RESUMPTION OF WUrtK PLANNED wo Thousand Troops Now on Duty and Fears Are Enter tained That Federal Sol diers May Be Necessary, MORN ' NO JOUSNAI, fcPtriAt t f A tf O WIRII Calumet, Mich., duly 21. - M i 111 and Qleraon'a gonernl store ind market sm burned tonight at Cvntnnnlal, t,, mile.-, from Calumet, and th, proptii tors assert the I ulblinii a- hi I on fir b) strike sympathiser becaue the proprietors aMWunced that hereafter no credit buslnesH would be dune. A dwelling next to the More Is parth burned, Two 1 ompanlea . at one.- , I, spilt, bed to i he troop., sceni were .1 the The proprietor aaaen thn striken . ie responsible for the 111. and eg. pri h tear for the sufety of mother tore owned by them at Ahmeek. The Iokh ivns $7.00(1. The in,- was the first d eat ruction of propcrtj incident to the strike, affaettng Inter, nut di rectly connected Wtth the mine man agement. i Special guard tonight is tin, .'m around the home of Richard Bnwden superintendent of t'ie TTI Mountain mine oi the Copper Range Consolidat ed company. Mrikc symputhUers drove Mrs lliiwden nnd I two ehll- dri ll gwny from home 0 to hum the house. The her children, look rcfuce ll,,ui:bton tonight, ami threatening woman. iti in a hotel at tr. Bnwden SITUATION CALUWIETSTR K asked that a guard ol mlllHi be pllljunU t!'., I around his home inr protection, ttbonl a I ai least partial resumption 01 mim tham. Work In the cornier In Id WHS Planned Dr. J I toilni alter the arrival ol lurg eon lllllA-"tlls of aildltl.ui.il Btati Hoops and of Qenerai I. 1.. Abbey, commander of the brigade into which tin Michigan guard la organist .1 Tin- mine companies ri facing large loaaea from Ihe svepavg iter int.. sunn- of tin .. ai.i i 01 ,". 1 ii.nii.j. Thus far the union men (WYe pre- vented all pumping rrom 'he under ground workings, and earl todaj , a used the shutting down of mine pumps whit h furnished ivat, r to their own residence in three mini - in Kee wennw county. The sheriff of that' loutity reported to OeneraJ Abbey late today, however, Ih it the pumps supplying iter toi file protection had I , 1 11 started Bggln ami that conditions generally wen Thus far the sh 'tiff of Kecwenaiv j county has not requested aid from the taie, biii Oeneral Abbey assured him thai troops would be ai iii - disposal ii in required them. Practleallj Ho en tire organised militia of tne state u cither In camp or uithin sulking dll lance ,,f the cupper district tonight j Some of the arriving companies detourojd at Houghton, but mosi of the (resh arinaN were brought into 1 a linnet. Tomorrow the various commands win be distributed in lection us to COVer practically the entire stretch ot mining intry from Champion, on the south, to Wolverine, on the north, 'ibis ,iii spread about two thousand men over a terrltorj twenty-eight iiilbs lom; and Iroui lb. tive I miles wide and the troop c niaiab i recognized that tin problem "f cover ing the entire sir. o h in case ol gen eral disorders would be hard. While admitting thai federal aid would be the Onlj course in case the situation grows beyond ihe control ol the state a u 1 1 1 o 1 1 1 1 s , yet the millti. : , mmander situation : would not 1 probable, consider TOURISTS KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE WRECK SV MOSIIINC JOURNAL SI Sacramento, ai., J pel, of Oakland, u. live 01 the Motor Pll killed late todai . w ii In whlc'i California I IAI I EASED WIRE) nil -I . S. AP stern represellla- .1 of Denver, was a an automobile, new spa p, i nu ll ivcri mdlng rlst o Indiana croi went Intp 1 rylng to avoid i on a inotorei ioun- dllcb ppi;i. 1'KOMIMM l!l II T IN DKNt l it Ml I lenvt Jl dpnth Is reportei as a result of an is believed here t, inenl merchant 1 failure caused a news circles in (In and who at one c.-la bllslunent III from Sacramento tomobjle accident, ic 11 former prom this city, whose 10. atlon In bul ittef part, of mil, lie bad a brunch GARRISON AND W00I REACH LOS Af fBV Mil R N1 NO l-MIRNA I. os Angela, Ji ( bai risen, se. r. lai Including Major Wood, chksf-of-sl era! James h. ,i' lie fa I Leonard and Major ii ., piai lerbja is Angeles lo Inr l.i ri etui E. M. Weaver, bid ol the Coast : rtilleri , offfenrs of Hie i aid,., nl I national guard and nnMiilurs ,,f tb- chamber of t Bier, e, Tin secret an , .after an Inspection of l,os Angeles harbor, will leave lor San Ditto to morrow . TERROR OEEICIAL OE U. S. inti in niifiT iiitiip mm UN IN bHU N H tHiM BY SOLDIERS Inspn ; While Immigration! Woikiim on VVUIlt1 r Is Given Mav Die, se, VISITED BORDER CITY TO ARREST FUGITIVE Wounded Man Believes Sus pected Negro Bought Dt inks Federals a n to Aitesl Indui ed v MnilN.NIl lOUHNAL HI I r I I , .IIP Willi' Kl Pnnn, Ten., Jut) Si. Charles B, Dixon, a i niti d Rtatc Immigration in spei t, r, was given the H "'ngg b) ttedenn soldiers n( Juarea toda) He ua ..hoi in thi- back an. 1 mni die. He was in Juarez on official business, In vestigating t u whit., slave case, whet, be wa arrested by a hand of federal s.ddieis, who started marching him nway from the 1 Ity In tin- dir. 1 tlnn of the foothills, where many BXCCUtiOltl have taken place, Dixon etarted to inn and. after getting a MoCg gWay, was fired upon and bit in the buck. 'lis home In In San I llegO, Cgl. Dixon Was ent ny a superior to Juareg to si e .1 negro In connection with a White slave mse that was be ing probed here. He says he believes the negro, after he bad talked to him In Juarez nu hi ill inks for the sol di. 1 1 md induced them to arrest him. 1 told 1 he oldiera I would go with them to ii. tntn.indant office,'' Dixon said this afternoon, "but Instead ot inking me in that direction, they stalled witb m.' in the direction id ; t h, on outskirts of the town, As I had 1 suit of Kb ill!. I thought that P r ! hup Htm S tile, pol tUK II HO I' I'lllted SO Id b r a. ling as a spy, so I ran bad got ii from but a fti 1 I lira -1 1 "I : lie tbe in. I Hon .. IA Ii 1 treatt 111 Kl I Hi, Dixon so, Wept to J .up, led man, as shot III ic ball gomg -'"'I I. mud that small ..I th iphtelv thr nut ibrmg strike id,. I" ' I ' 'ic. supervising lit; n,,. d stales Immigra ¬ tion aerviee on tb. Mexican border, Immediately wow to Juares, aci'oin- pained by 1 'l:u . a. e 1 !a I lei . nil InspePt - or in the service, 10 look after Dtgort and were both arri. -ted and delaine. I ai tin mllltari bnrrni Ic for a short time, lint Mere 1 iter n i. id. Thai look up the matter, immediately with Miguel Diet old, Inspector of Mexican consulate In i-'i l' .-o. with a view to p., 1 in.; 1 ilxnn remm id 10 Kl Paso, Immigration men ciaini thai a tiaif in Kin lieutenant in the federal army in Junrea, a friend nf the negro on our mi esttgution, naustng the arrests ordinarily. Unite, lion men are perm Juarez under an Juarez off tela It After arguing a Mexl, a 11 I'', del a I 1 ' que in Juarez, F. pen laing Inapt ctot Btnti s imrolgra 1 ion as Instrumental in and the ShOOtllig. i Htatef Immlgra ui. .1 to work m 111 ll will v 1:, rkshln .1 11 can i Xhoma I' EdWarda were unable lo secure permission from the federal inr in. removal to an 1:1 paao hos pital of Charles II Dixon, Im migra ' , tiDiys ,v,, ar. EWMUq Inc. It. ihis :i fl 1 l-iim oi l.v- n soie.il ol federal soldiers in tin- southern pail 01 Juarez. DlgOU li.nl I ll glTi '"'i bj the soldier ami snyi he feared cx- Ccutloa at their hands and tried to escape hj running down an alley. Tin federal ttiithortUe refused lo allow the WOUnded American to be nn. 1 . ii 1 rom 1 in- mllltarj hot pll 1 1 here b" was taki n, K. ib 1 1 1 : u ltd the ward wh re I ilxon fusing admission to . i erj one, I Mr Tapp.i n and a Japan, - ildlen who is Dr, waiting Tappun i r stim: In late 1 nil 1 merged at Ho i Another struck Tile judge W 111 tmbi looi. In niiig tl IK I lln lias tal.'-n tb 1 id iniii- plaining wltnessee, he says, niKht Supervisor Berkshire Ii nrlng to arrange a i,,.uii i ami t0 ' a iblc Dixon's remove l to El pjian, The arresl of Dixon was, the Immi gration nun sav. lb" rUll of a "frame-up" between ., negro named Arthur Walker, and certain addict's stationed in Juarez. II is alleged that Walker bad s, cured 11 warrant, In advance of the appearance of Dixon, to investigate a while slavery case to that nas prompt!) i'i ed upon ilker Is c Juarez coming no him ll I loll if M III i , i upresentiHi toil s that DlXOn was him, then eWorof P him from t be Inji'i ., i ret I ll k 111 II i i; m -VIC I MI N I kfcHM I M Ml III Ml IS I si K. VI IOS , i, stun ll'IOUfl Ion luh Jii We Will looks A bap il It 1 1 in state department when ile received essage from t'otisui Edwards bun I hooting. Ho al io, wi, ii,, pus dtapatehes, if. Se, keen Interest in I lie PrHlden1 Wilson was nil- il sit uat Ion. I . I of III. id, nl. bill made no comment, wiiiie immlgratl fildaN on the border have frequently I roubles wit h M eX)l alls. tame. ':iitn their Idenl ) bad their AT JUAREZ lieinu' ae-lber ,.i :i once prominent could be1 family i .mi. i ha rt'i ailed bj nf Mi:. i id partment, it mi thai Mii.t orders led I.. keep American i from goto into the town tjuat srroea the later Hoi' in tiim of r i ottttlonnry r . ami Hi it I Ittl difficult) i expcnoin d. ni area! iii. ii Hi. Mail i i u .miii . nit up. ui tin- da i " " ..hi in Mexico City, ahoaa ii., i. n 'null i S, though tin i. in llthnrla am tnteBtn hi ; Edward reported lodttj nnui vm in El Pay IP t mail a .hi .IhK ai iii.. regular mae a i nil., hit Ma told him all was it thn. ..ii. I th .1 ii" lintiaual alarm g i f.t by h a Ii i Hi.. Inhabitant! Kuitenc onei rnlag a ii.nn Inqutr- " Ch hi. made is report route ti. ha in hlhunhtin, en lulled RA IS INVADING NEW TERRITORY! MuftMiNd IOJHNAL kM iv IIIIID 4. Ml) inn ton, Jut) '.'H- faltagnt. (or .1 III, h Phisp tans bai , found in, cure, gew territory, a. cording I Is Invading t.. the hellei lie health s tb s made p I, RC1 .i th lab. ma a 11. 1 Til.- total tile siv . 11 rale pi , tttt ol Hi United states pun ri ice. baaed upon stntta ii lie loony on tin pret 11- '.... ,11 , t Kansas, I Ik - i Texas from 1 '" I to 1 i12. ' number ot eases during , m I ; .', n lib a death . . ia, - "f -il.il . Ill Telus. I , lib a death rat,. Of 111. fit. all, I 111 death n , rkadsas te of 11 16 , as, s, itb a TARIEE BILE As Result Chemical Schedule; . J radically Completed 1 1 1 Without Change; Discussion Is Along Oithodr MOMNINQ lOUMI, tnciAL ItAIID WINB, Washingtoni July I. A.tter several bonis 1 1 1 long, ortitodo dka u sal on in tin. 11 a. ii. today, during which the r publicans weti ludatently defeated on amendment, the mluorlt) lander began to tire of fruitless effort! to amend tin lull and rapid was made Tin . hemk al Piogi. schedule ptacttcall) ara approved without change when 11,, senate ndjourned. In protesting agalmt the heavy cut in the dut) on srhlttng, Senator Uodge said he knew It was gseloas to offer amendment ami therefore contented iii .I'.o . .si, n Ant) Ill I I ! ,.' o ui lltbotion, , listed agiiintft t Utt sold : I will not lis ate In offr"lng Henotoi stipei offering enrtaiu "1 will mn oft icsslv deliiy til "ell 11 itmondment." ..is., refrained from intendments, saying: r an amendment be calls.. I e I,. Hill ,o Ho gOOd." paragraphs n Ihe chemical u.-re approved "lib ihe -x- 1 t It one referring products u hlch v 'eattest. ha tea passed ml b 1 T FOR LIBEL .etter Written by Daytoi and BroiifUht Out in Mulhall Investigation Aiouses Wrath IR, MriHNINa JOURNAL ERfriAL LEASED wireI Oolumhui, 11, Jul-, 18.-Qovernor Jame m cog today made public a letter he had addreaaed to a. Marshall of Dayton, calling tin latter lo ac count concerning a letter purporting 10 hav, been written by Marshall ami brOUSht out In tin- examination of M M. Mulhall before tbe lobbv investi gating committee i Waehlngton, Th -rnor den ind a public f .Marshal1 of le a member , delay,. I I lu ll! Dayton f, disclaimer lln- state .f . on grew si I, etlon ,r ipecuta- on tbe part meat thai wi 1 on ernfor 1 'o ol' i , I,. a. I U -.., ,,,... The letter Intlm XI I I TO I I I "si M Mil 1:1.1 u I ion Day I any pa li. A denial of ilc of bis bitter to fame E. Emory, reitnrdlng the'deal for the site for tin- Dayton post of flee, Wag offen d In A. I '. Marshall to QoV- eraor Cox tonight, according to a statement given oul bv the governor at Ills country home, neat here Mr. Marshall wa- told thai the stu ii'trieni would luue to lie publicly through the governor'i representative! in ihe. eltj A O, Marshall said tonight' "1 baie not tlie slightest Int of makini: a retraction of the mad" legal nl ion biter through the pi e-s. "Th" letter itself was a personal oho to a friend mid was never Intend- fin publication. II lias not a .-lap ai anyone, exhorbltanl esla I.- dealt office " I almply prb , a: had lied iiiiml tbe till al t- Hnlcidi Pueblo, of a man a camp , 0 lib nulled clcran - -Tbe body coin., .lull le- kn,.wii as I'll ill. IteVlloldh. ,k. nho kill himseit eaii., Identified as a veteran of and a mem Philadelphia this morning thai of John lias I.e. II. ItoW the battle ol 'lettvsburu REPUBLICANS QUIT TRKITOAIfllD GOVERNOR OF HI HREATENS SUI PRESIDENT WILSON HAS BEFORE HIM FULL REPORT Ambassador Spends Greater Part of Day in Conference S rotary Bryan on Sit Southei i RepuWiCi vv i't REGINALD DEL VALLE ALSO REACHES CAPITAL Confidential Aent of Govern ment Has Traveled Through St nfe-Torn Countiy Making Investigation, lav Hoih.Ni jutiiiMAL i. . 1. 1 1 ,f a wriaa W.i hitigton. J ul v o , , cfirlfnt nrikwn had before him lowlghl he report written tier, today by Am hatamdor Henri Lgine W ilson, on von dltlons in Mexico from tin. iirna the revolution overt hrea the reign ot I I'orflrto 1 Mar. through the atirring vventa of tin- Oroooo rovolt, the do-n- fall ot Madero and tn thi establish- no ni ni tb.. Huertn regime, .. period This report wag transmit sad to the preaident toniKht by Beoretury Hryan Who had spent the greater Part of the daj in ronfareara with Ambagaador I Wilaoa. The preaidenl expects to ex gmln the report in fore MondHy. wi Is,', when ,e will ...nfer uiih Anihassndor .. ., 1, ..ii... 11, 11,,- on AM .. l,..uull.l.. U..I..AI.... ,A... 1 preaent dlfflclllllea. ..,.,, uir. ,.,, in N1It(nK th(! masM !:t: ,h;'?. "i,ar.r,."coi Mexico, did md confine hinnelt' to of. ilelii I channels, for as soon as Ani nlor Wilson left th. mate depart ment. Reginald i'. Dei V4le of Ijis ngeles, whose Identity as nn agent ot the government has bean variously suited and denied in official circle, ipp' ired In Mr. Pr.iaus office. Kor nearlj an hour after Ambassador Wil son left, Mr Di Valle was closeted with Secretary Bryan, and much ae ' was manifested :,s t.. th, nature f the conference, Mr. Bryan was si- b ill. .Ic lining In state how long hn hail known Mr. Del Valle or anything 1 no character or hi mission in Ml Sleo. M' Del Valle afterward admitted in bad spent neari two months 111 M. ico and had prcsentc! f:ill re la. 1 1 .a .million- i". on iVti. 1. in l,, repuhlb' II. s.i.l Ii, hud been a po litical acquaintance of Mr, I'.nanitnd had be n at on,, time a slut,. AicnAtnr in California, tble 1.. speak Bpaniih, Del Valle. win. iii of Mexican ancestry, th.uinb born In the United Stnics, had llltb difficulty, he said, In makl'i f his u.m through the territory held b the rebel as well as the f, deraln. lie lo clllleil to state III, results (if Ills plnratlona. rii,. ,,dd thing, however," ho "aid. "Is 1 hat pen 1 loo. do not pie In Ihe north of M.- even know conaltluas in xlco, and I,,- v 1 rea. dei iiin d to Intimate wh :t southern M, Hoi Valle b, though! if the situation, bit; spoke highly of some constitutionalist lender-, in Sonera, whose names Were men lloned to him. Colneldentally, Dei Valid came up from Mexico City on tbe an me steain . r with Ambassador Wilson ind ar- ON MEXICO rived in Washington on tin. wiine train That ihej had little in common .was apparent from Ambns'iidor Wil son 1, marks earlier in the day, Mint iie did not think the governmoAt had , i biblted courtesy toward kip ,n -en, linn unofficial representative t' Investigate conditions in Mexico, lie -..1, spok, caustically of the method pui- -lie, I o 00111 1 1. 1 1 .nil' null vt 11:1:1111 Bayard Hale, personal friend of Preaident Wilson in obtaining infur- 1 11. in fact, the ambassador said he had been told in a legation official In ( tuna, 111. n I ii I alle 11.10 1 cope of the slate department , uaeeeeion, an linpropriiHi I- in HI, r an un- a tuba offl 10 ill th ador's vl. w While III, Views "ti M In the dai nahlngton of reticent , viein iiiiiilrs f reely curly an I before he reai'hed In- began tonight a policy 11, a iii he bad been asked 1 1 ,111 M OUld parlor nador euracj in Hecretnn Bryan tn refrain h jsslni ih. sltuntjnn and abide by tile WiShe of his Hll- offlcer, In fact, the anibas dX pressed doubt us to the ac oi soi nbllshed statementa attrlbllt tlons oi lor the , I to mm i t III, Ising sugges- the Washington government tabllshmenl ot pea. e In Mex- Ico ii, also mnnifeatcd a sollcltuda about fiititre rtuotatlon. The ambaesador ns not willing to sai uhal be bad n I itlen In his re port, but declared unequivocally that be had ma allele, I his views about all. ins in MeXlCO -luce coming to Washington or after his talks witb secretary Bryan, He said it was true that he bud at various times suggest ed the advisahlllo of recognising the Huertn administration. it i- understood that the ambagaa dor's, r.-port deals extensively With the 1 1 1 . ui ic as well as the political sit- nation in Mexico. It Is said on good authority thai he pictured a gloomy condition 111 financial circle in the southern republic, pointing to several big banks on the urge of bankruptcy and ruin, and a general condition of distress in business circles. It is de clared tbe ambassador npnke of the .. nttnunlts deficit, both of the nation al treaauri and of thn railway sys tem an.i estimated foreign losses as heavy. The French losses alone ho is said t" have placed al tttttfMM I" gold within recent months. That American Investment have greatly ib predated and that no estimate could l plac d ,,n losses iH nisi, mid to have been Included In the ambassador's re port. Tin- constitutionalist representatives bet ,, exhibited a III ell Interest In Am- dor Wilsons utterances, sayin',' that some of tb, things he was re ported to have said in interilews about vtcxlcaii people were nflenslt'e Uliu