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A I JHTQITERQUE MOKNING JOURNAL.
i HtnTY-FIPTIl TEAR. Mil, CXXXIX. Vip. Ml, TEN PAGES. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Vn)NESDAY, JULY 30, SECTION ONE. lit I nrrlrr (ID OWM M.mll,, II. Mull, .-Ml I . hi- it NMrth single I imi, .1 leul.. STRIKING MINERS FATALLY B E AT . OU PCI 101 Operators Coppci of Lake Mines and Union With Leadcis May Confer Governor Ferris, MILITIA FORCES TRY TO PRESERVE ORDER Examination Shows That ertles Have Been Damaged by Shut-Down From Walk-Out, Resulting 1ST MoRMIHa IOU.NIL fiPtl III lt',.ll ! Calumet, Mloh., July "9. Opera ton of the i.niu' dpfarlor copper atlnea win aa ailifcd nffhiaih tomor H v whi ther tiny "111 Mad ftva of Hn ir iiuraber t" Uaailag to confer in tic reraor farrta' office arltli flva rap reaoBtatlvei of the sinking miner. Qeneral P, I Abbey, la command of thr Mtuii' troope hole so annouacvd lonlfht iiflrr recrlpt Of a mtWICC rron QoVernor Cerrli in which the slate .'XiTuthf intlniatfil thi.t hr '.v;i iililni( to nf' hla K""ii offlcea la bririthf order out or the laduatrial 1 linns vvhii h hiis kept 11,000 nun Idl" I.T I wi-tk. Thr noai tin iovernori action f. ii iwad report, n , i n factlona ,r i ii rtoui fuht be if ntlnera near tin- srperlor mltte on the iouth range and o hIukkIhh in varloui location on the aorthi i n mil af the atrtke on ghc initial an 'sis of itrlken reaulted from the Saperior tight i ti u or n pa rti of ti-n badly beaten that th i linnce for their rccovei The etrtl i eak late n used bj n n attempt from the Atlantic mine. in which n wcr tlVO tocay. 1111" of lew men attempting to i eMime a 1 rk. Superior and Thei hail milked to Inquired about the pioepeet ol reaumptlon of under ivouno aork. mi tlhsir way faek tiny were net upon by threj oonverg lii) parties of Superior men and I free-for-all fiht with chlhi uni flat f. Ikrwed, Seven of 4he vkdton en- . aped hut two of Ihe others were se riously 1 ut and the third was heaten Into Insejisihlllly. The Atlantic men sahi the recog nised eleven Of their n.'Si Hants, nml miii rants wi re IWOTB out for them. six priaoaen were taken to the county Jail a few 'i'iur later hy aheriffa de putiea, At North Kearaurue mine, Qwrl Ol' son, :i powerful fireman, waa be iten j OH hi way home from WOfh ami te Miiired hospital treatment. ulsnn cut four of hi opponent bul roc- CUmbed to force Of numbers A siiuail of militia ehaiKfO the attacking patty, hut made no arrests. Further north then were n 'us fight, especially about thi hawk location, where ten met had been conferring with the management, were ol upon in- left the mine office. None of umer- Mo who mine the! them "ere aeriOui H oops were iy injured, it to tha hut t lila, additional era! ,i hey. starting of pump 1 in the Calumet and licet a Conglomerate propertlei of Calumet was accomplished today un ui r r heavy guard of Detroit Infantry men aRd trooper, Additional guard ii ore placed tonight ah,,ut the shaft houses of the companlea. Impaction of the underground working by shirt boaeea confirmed th expectation that a considerable tusk must he accom plished in treeing tin- level from water. The visit of & E, Mahonci, vice 1 resident of the Western Federation Miner dited w ti rnor Pcrril hand in the lltUation hy speakers at uiiion mc.iings In Ahmeek and Catu- unlon leaders con had won a tactical correapondtngly Jn- i tonight. Th, shlered that Vlotory and bllant ing thai I'toper ti iltei the it h cisimi until alth General bad talked Abbey ICmoTTOW. Tlnie defini d feeling among th v ith the manager, hone I" hey of ignoring the ihe federation would be Mill til. was a. well use in touch icr, that the existciu Of adhere 1 ti Even If the sin i ts of ei ery hrn Fed, ration " recognised," Krass grows ll minim; town tin Of Miners will sii id one oi mpai We lie! i i- th, ticer today. The Mohawk mine is in KaW ounty, whose aherlff, John Hi pung, yesterday naked General Abbey B ith, Iran the troops. Today, how I r, the general obtained a fori written requeet for military aid fi Ueptlttx. to TI . ill th it fed. rn lion atxty com- added usts on lie y. wns tile estimate , t tony president today and nat the condition of the el Wu such that the ouid recoup losses much metui mar compante more rap- ii thun the union. The distrie; prO "' "s normally iT,S04,40 pounds of ' Pper monthly rind advan, e- In tHS elllng price ol Hie product .onfl- nth xp led I' th, mjn. MEN ASKING FOR WORK REASON IS GIVEN FOR HONORING HANS WAGNER ttn MONIN IOUANAL -f l LtAltO WM1 Pittsburgh, July :'!. In MMWW i' II I USXestlnn liy a lien spnpor In tin Carnegie museum thai the baseball mi (form and glove of Moans (Wean Wagner, the grcut shortstop of the Pittsburgh National league team, should in' placed In thr museum so thui fiii nr.- ganeratljons might gar.c 'POM ihin famous pin i t's "epanglca," Dr. w. j Holland, director of the museum, fSVa out Statement tonight which says: "There Is a reason w hy thr filing!, Institute should accept Wagner' suit and glow. f offered. Th trustee, linen tney selected an In-i iiptton fur the seal of tin Institution, rhoei the word, 'llonus lit Aries.' " HAT OF DIAZ IS CAST INTO PRESIDENTIAL RING (T MUIIHIN1 JUURNII I.IL'H I W1 San Diego, fill., . t I v L'H snrc- I) nin iir a candidate for tin presi dency," mm General Dial, thi gh an Interpreter today, Tin general dis cuaecd no other prospecU than that "V, UvM- ii nun iiui-ii.i. iiniiiT ini' n inui in inn. cannot ba a candidate. Any Other mission than to thank Japan fur participation ta Mexico's reutsnnary exposition of till ami promote "reciprocal trade relatione," whh enrm-stl.i disclaimed. Sharp Fighting Heavy Losses by Bulgarians Who Are Driven Close Upon Their Capital, IBT MOMMN9 JOUNL PE,.IL LtAtftD WIR London, July W. The ambaaaa. dortaj cohferwaee lettled today the Ktatus of new Albania, A prince will be nomluated ai months hence, t" rule over the n-w Mule. In the mean lime, a commission ol control, com poK ii of mil mpraannlalUa of eaoh power, niii orgnnhw the dnutkftra- liou with tin- aM Of .1 Sivcllsh officer of the u, nilarnile. The conference ha dona nnthlna offldally m ti. direcl of ceroimj Tlirkev ami as the si r, .namrni f... Hianunnca at inaignaUon meeUnKsi throughoul India agalnal any at l "'I'l l" 'Ii ii c the TUTk from Ad- rlanopla, 11 is n,,t likely that the Brit-1 lih govergmenl would be anxlou to ; sen and in mad, Th Bulgarian, who Were defeated recently at ffroonil pass, turned upon pursnim; Oreekl to the northwest of Iijuma. Kurlous fighting occurred, the reinforced Ihil- garian making a desperate attempl to recapture their lost position". The battle laated throughout Sua gay, the Qreetu thrlo! being ejected at the point of the haii, net from one position. The lighting took place over an extended front and both sides suf fered heavily. According to a general account of the battle neither side had gained 1 decisive advantage at night- fall Sunday, hut under the com darkness tlM Unbars retired atmndoniag and aettfao fire to town of DJuma, hich (ater the 1 1 accupied, A correipondenl with the G r of liter aiyi 1 1 it battle for I" denies, were wounded Thi He are not c. adds that ex. lossi 0 ! Bundai ' at 1 nt given, Th except tor Hulgars ca actiona tin- tber stand this shl of Dunitaa, f Sofia, an twen I that ty-two mile ' WUth Bulgarian ni, 1. except Milled The ports P Greek fleet has , r Lago, Maronla ccupieo and Mi. coast ,,r Thrace, and a ! as captured the town of , twelve miles Inland. I Ihe A, igean sea ami ii 1 11 1 11 1 Bevent.i miles Th southwest ,,r Adrlanople, Dalli Telegranh's Athens reapondeni declare that th, Gi must bring all their BUPpllei Demihlwar by a heeled trarric tingle mountain road with a 1 1 roni over a til sur- face, ami that ir the Bulgarian! given a respite they might refot their beaten forces, and with the 1 fresh division "f troops around Soli start tiie win again wrfh the chanci in their faior two Sharp I aiihipiakc sh.s'U. Taooma, Wash., juiy It "TWO sharp earthquake shocks Covering an ate:' of more than a hundred square miles, shook Mount Rainier toddy, rocked gati , of llo'ise: Tacon of the immense struc dri'ds of In a I mi homes. t half The disturbance last a ntlnutl . was most the Nations! Park iind LaHrnnde. No orted. m it -1 look tci Llgaoe, Fort Smith. Ark.. July :'! To pre- vent shipment of Intoxicants from Ar kansas, Arkansas railroad smployes should acquaint themselves ith the Contents or trunks and boxei ii hich might contain Hquor. Such uas the decision today of United States Com missioner Dunblaeer in t'ie case of n. I., loikins, a railroad baggagemsiter who Waa bound over to the grand hn on the ehiirge of assisting in the In troduction of ll, linn ini,, Oklahoma WILL NAME PRINCE TO RUL OVER ALBANIA ATTACK ON JUAREZ NOW PLANNED BY VILLA'S REBEL FORCES Concentration Ordered Ai my of 3,200 Men Move Against Bordei It Once, Is ReDOrt, Is to' r.itv CHINESE ORDERED TO QUIT DANGER ZONE T Reach Chihui but ran No Other Tiaffic on an National Railroad Has Bee Attempted Since. I1Y HUINIH1 ! Uiii.li III' HI LfAtCIl MriRl, Bl paw, Teat., ,inb .".i Colonel To j rlbio iirii-ia, eottatUatlonaliit pom I riandar at Quadalupe, forty-five Itallef aOUtluiiHl ( Juan z, tnhl Aiiu il- i.in aawppapaf maa arho rlatted him I today that he hail in i n ordorad bj nincrai Praaciaco Villa In i mcaaasi Mnt by courier in break camp tonight ad 1 1 -in tin. ma rob to effect a June i ' . n Miiii "i iia's main bod) ai polnl muth "f Juarci, wiiii tin object of l . (,'liininn the pru.liT.rti aarnult on in tinii born ii " i in ah i orcomenti thai Villa from fJ"- ' hove ,1 In lording to ill to haii Advlcea to tills tllllilll Tin y are rul the t'nitiil Htutci aini.i htaduartere today say that several small banap of vniu's men have been ' si en at Paloma during th pa fen idaya Aboai half of them were at lUuaman, evcntyflve mih s I of luarwi. two day ago at louthwi cordina in Mexican cattleman, John a. Wright, general hk, Jrere for ih Mexican National any, sani this evening that the itcger, trolghi and troop trains rail pUH. Nell I frmn Juare lasi Priday, all reached Chihuahua fity gunday, wtthpai mis- 1 , x" vt ""' thlrd IVhlCh Wg hrought bai lr :k iuhl train. to jllali' irvnl a pi'ini ii' iu ,sa ma i;i 11, a, biivi ils loCOmotiVI fO UeU, No trains hale la en run oWer the National since, ex Cip for federal scouting parties a si oil distance from Juari . Pedergl officer in Juarea tl i re was a Rklrmlah ulth rein admit s near gamalbi i" 1 In connection with recovery ,,1 tin- laal freight train. the hut ih 1 1 - dr Wing Kec, th, representative in elved a ' a blegrarn general consul 0 iiicisco. 1, .ii:i. l him I:. I re 1 Ke Pn Bl Paao, today from l.i flung Chinese to leave western Chihuahua Bl once and cone to the holder, and 1 . 1'n to iniestUatr tin' hilling of Wong CheW, a Chinese restaurant keeper In Pegrfbrt. chihuahua, ten ,iais ago by Mi. -cleans of the MaXlmo Castillo bund, A messenger has been arranged for throiiKh Hi ffh iuln of Ihe Ma 'in 1. 111 ill Krai ountrym r Thi r. to be umber in, Chinese In th differ, in thai rreitod u boin e ia It ago. ghoul frlendi I in El f. ll porti i. h: mi iir i: wil l 1 1 1 1 IM s.K III ,l I Allen Tupper, special peace commit- Bioner ol the international pegl'l Iforttm, passed through Lodlsville to night en route to .Mexico to plcselll ia peace plan to Venustlnno Carrnn.a, rebel leader In the north, and in rep resentative of tin- Huerta govern ment. The plan Involves the reelgfiu Hon of President Huerta, .,s iin an- necessary eondili I ilill'll pl'ol ish nil 'net tile mw tie to Suite, and i, nal pi',-1-llons. Thi'. a Keneiiil i, ui, i invite Btgte and ui; other itry's dlfli selection recognition by th lesull 111 co-oper nations In olving culttca. United Ion am Something t,, f)r. Tupp this Was i Ida ii, inline accordlnq I lo Ccn- a forme i i. and met DUragmg response. He nil r, I, el leader at liedra N'e TUPDer said also Hint h IStabHshlng ii branch of th mul Peace forum in Me to aid iii bringing abov ' left on n Int, train. meet era, Ihe Hr i nternatli loo City peace, n UIDIEII M --si IN III HI PAILS rrnoi 1.1 1 .1 l ! I At tiie front above Guaymas, Maxl- v . . July If, (Delayed. 1 Dldier Mas son, rrom his big biplane dropped h, nibs this afternoon around the gun- b' at Tampic, lying in Guayma bar- I'i bor. I,, Knur bombs neic dropped, one is striking within a f. . ; , ; the led- th ml ijunboat. V. REBELS IN CHINA MADE WISE BY DEFEATS Wu Ting F sion Not Dr. Sun an& s I eace Looked l po Mis- Yat Sen, R .eader, With Favi MINI -I i:m m ln II M.II l -Pam-Jinl .lull I Nortkefn army fi 11 oatrmaled i" fcUifihi 1 iruiien, arrtved in tii river j-eaterday. Th. ! loaded tafanti mill Tae 11. Si -inn., appiiirntli ill tn man hum to thi araen Prut tlciillj .ill tin .-ii hi left tVu-8uraj fa Hhai pei ling ' bomharomcnt, up In ihli Urn hat Imm n shaimii.ii thin i" ipn im inrinx hi refuted from u and ninth Conatderahhi dairtaac ii done in iin iiiiih ' . It; i hit h were aartlj dm ti liiK ihelll ami parti lii illurlea ith n va to which ha been i ib n h foreign leMlenn nti h i ii l.'IMI- itlm h.u been f fr in ihlx 1 1 II. Olllllll'll title to n. ill II J I Inn I- ildlnn tli" Ii itrd 1 1 H ln.lt 01 I vi ii r.ii . lummer 'f here in th , I, pluth i th.- pi 1 pie, ' 11 1 in 1.1 undi 1 im n h.i 1 Ing fled in Nlngpo, provi Chc-Kiang, whence their contra tcrnitv amanatea, The foreign congul 1 1 1 rdu itroagji protected to the north am admiral again! firing ov Hhanahal Monday atght bombard- There WON mam narrow ami numerous foreign ia wore damaged bj ihelli Uil MClftNina JOUR,, If 1 UNL ILABID V (, 1 on, ion, .lull go, 'The outhern rs. iiioi'ltlng hi their earllci mis ti v are repairing d feet and net ting In large ntppHe of ammunition. til, 1 1. n!i M, 1 k inn liiiinlr, ii Japan 1 e n army, ,.i Heel whli h n will Iisistr Jon, I h 1 Canton 40,900 good The Halh I I 1 1, undent then on fii epoi ti III I hi 1 pho piobabl) refer The corresa : to Mi indent m lay had it ing Inter- 11 h. unci thin impn ks President v unn sii imlaing polli ' dangei 1 I K IIH it interi 1 Dr. Sun ud d u 1 ' n buBtnea 1, iccord 11 mtii 1 in ;i I Sen 1I1 ottthwa rd He Has na t tie- ' li ipondent, that he 111 few dais , Ian ,1 In a quite mm. Pttn lie said he regarded Wu Th.- Daily iin' ipondent layi that ti at Tin Iduy .ll K 11 II I Oder of tile I eliel'i I heng, II In, Mil ep t in, Th, ut ah. if llis IS ill .11 Ills ci. ii,, perm u . be 'Hill fused t' guardi ii lui u , a I p Chapel live pi ami were i ice, Imt th .relgl ii mi unin lured ,' I lilllber of lid 1,11,1 untie, s t in.., i io ghanahai purther foreign haV been landed Ihe consulates spot arm ni Is Ih, naln Bypp UI tile Solltll- I tin gger "But, irnment. rri ipondeni I that a I Im ,'orta lit ivolutloni ii anafi r v if i ih p "Th nil, th, worse b) th,- defection r some Hie relic, to r tiie V nr; I ' Klang garrla side Chin arm.! The N'n n bint: now is threatened in the rear iii;: nii.l ,robahly from id on th left flank b) of obl-fnsllloneil troops ir I.;. -. al Vim.' Chnu ii K Uo-lon Near- I ml Of Wall. Stillwater, Minn, lull L'!l Milliard tyson Weston arrived here shortly fore I o'clock ibis afternoon. lie HOW within in eiity-nlne miles of I end of his long tramp from tfeW irk fit- io Minneapolis. MOLHALL FINISHES ODIOUS STORY OF Speakei Clark and Of Ifndarwood nounce Stateme ins Themselves Both CROSS EXAMINATION TO BE LENGTHY ONE Correspi Effoii uic Mi W ment by Manufacture . IHHU WI. kfai tin lull M lilt! anil s 1 1 U. ntlflcatlon r le received in I ha U to have lam tin I ! ' nal Aeaoclnilon bb) iat far thr Na I Manufacturer, late taveatliatlnt eomralUei in itx attention tomamrai to innuitioli of M nihil II ami atlul i thr aaaoclutlon and i"i the in Pederatiofl of i abai . alia I in tiio corn ipondeni e, will Am. rli Irvotvt Mcmbera "i mi committee will at Umpl to itrengthen Uulhall'i itor of ins political actlvltlo in M'ashlng t' a and throughoul th. country, whlh the gttOI 10 1 s III ,,, (In It lii st t" I bleak it down, DtitriUoa by the iaw. .ler.s under the committee rule will he 111, t ii ii in ti..- a tn through its chalrmi n rtobert McCarter, couoael for th msocintion, ha altoul I If ojuegtlona he lushes 10 isk the "iiiiess, Attor nej jack , m n luliton, for the Ped oration of Lalor ha prepared about I If mi 1 c and an one knows how many aeparate inn 1 i,s mcmbera of the committee will nubmit to Mulhajl hi fort in u kllowcd in quit th wit aeea hair iii the itmaa wing or iin iii (and race thi pi ini hgnM 1 mn- itti that 11I111 h ipp a I a ll 1. it his is 1 11 , 1" nod cells the I on Hi noa e.xi Mini hind. lie hlackmalb r I M I ol tllU after ba had In gel 1 hall - house of r nentutlt 1 had trie ,f 1 w era 1 in, 1 Ing and thai gpeaker ncrity Lieader Mann, ml Ml- houae. f tin Tin peaker ami i r i n approached M inn, he said. on this subject llepreaentotlve Jameg T, Mcper I. o Illinois v either McDermoti not anybody ever ahnwed me the Mulhnll 1 it and paper," said speaker Clark I Rtatemenl issued kite today, II her Mr. Mi I 'ei molt nor anil mil el el spoke to me ;,ho, III, m. rer knew that Mulhnll bad an is or papers until I saw in a Miilhall bruimhl the d,n , I'll hail hid SII lie that Mi I ' 11,11 liar, ,rm McC Hint Id !' 1 1, t mli k m. ole out ii check In him RnlttmOn I'Ut llll'l' III and Hie i He in i ihlcagi m is drawn Informed hi bank III, on which i thai a il mi had I,.-, Ui'Uermotl lold him, ". i ion 4 w io (her HcDermotl Winl Mulliall's in, me Wgg not ni to tin committee'i inicsti- .iil Mulliall's lostlmoni ami icrrespondsnc on ths matter illowed io ti totter read ihowed thai Mulhal! took thn im himself, alti hod given it ollKll In for the -ani McCormlck McDermotl Bin him baajr. end I I show . .I blm Mil! ,1 in the m about ihingti n inters ke-up i, ll, i own Of committee and ai patently was loi book ml ,,th evident desire oi.i smploj rrs, admit thai he r biters showed io get buck u lib although h. did Wished to sei uic an his not bis t biters pul ia tiie 1 May If) II, 111, mid dn audi ,'s, , i to form i Representative James K Wats, n, of Indiana, whom Muihaii frequently has mentioned in I ins far from fhUtaring during the LOBBYIST ACTIVITIES m, pun In his letter. Mnlli.ili asked IVataon io interest himself ith l. Ill, l'lirri ,r.u. t pTUWl'ltl "I the loci it Ion, in Mi in'hiiir. ii a ti Ml) .1 fa ia i iti i th-u tin' senate nv n.lttce itarted it IoIib) Investigation and iiwt in NfM u negotiate rot I th disposal or hi correspondence miii hi krfl lh organisation, Mul hrl wrote letter Indicating an Intcn lion in right James v. i ii i v wash Ion nouaeel hi Mn iieoeletlon, and d. Hi, i in., r R IN BOTTL i l or rAG0 .t HMSiSi. JUUtSNAI t ' A nan W i Jul) A tie supposed in have '.i pi., in 'ha i ii Ncl hoi ' I . rd In Lajto UK finlllil M Ii lilcan today i' milea loutn it. between uachei ii 1 1 ii. ii iuk mi iln ii miii i north of Sturgeon DAUGHTER OF LATE E, Jewelry Secured by Thief Es timated at $75,000; Mys toiy Surrounds Builary of Diamonds and Rubies, nl aeaciai oiil w,ti Pier, .luii if s ihhel i at the home of n.ii raganaetl ll.tei lewal 1 i'. f Rumaey, 1 memhar of the Cooperotowa polo team, wan repoited to the police lu re last Sunday, hut on the solicitation or .Mr. ttumee) it wim I., i t iiilcl until last night When Httad iboul the matter lo- gay, the Qreeki thrice being ejected da the poll. 1 dleclaimed knowl ledge or n Idttor u wa aglMMMuuf ill. 11 , rlvalc .let. e liver m i ' at work on the oaaw. II Ii Hi,, belief el Ml llumsry ami Chief r, swell linn the robber en- t ii i b) iin from ,1,1,1 and stole ihe KCins last gaturdaj night while &lr. and Mr Rumaey, who "as a daugh- t. r .,r Mudno rrt urn, II llarrlniaii Were it I lu- Th, left aliotit n o'lio, Ii ,,11,1 11. fladtna all the er- A pei ih one of tin houaahold 1 uuld n membei ihailiiL. h a , 1 any HuspiclouM imumls ' period the committed, thai or Mrs. ' Jell els W ei . robbery In lb, Rumaey, taken. must room from lept - not mi loinln which th the nurse ami 111 I I . They n,i m nolle. dlaturbed and Th,- Rumae; loeaa avenue. Bath have lummer Thi beard 1 here much 1 Well lu re In f Ihe Mn Ji Rumcey' ileeflng day aftern a h room iat.- 1 she dressi dinner Thes were bo( to be found Bl On s;i 111. hour Hi" full, ,11 Iuk dai ll has. long been hell, led lute that .1 gang of expert robbers were work "IK I port thou lyitematlcall) in mid New l'ark, ght t,, i,e dolns I his place, Nen . ThagI no 11 were sim nith a the el- ; of I pn I il ea l Pel ll III, I Stl, I 1 11 K Thai No Hi, other thief I hat ! iame familiar ith the bus tar lead ni',. iii nimbi Iiiiiik about irnlng nd a ibbcry. inai ground in i Ho b uiriouu? bees us -Is III Bl lo nil Hums, amateur . kept ll I llll'l. I I. IV Mr- .Hi dai and niiilu. been hi before Mrs. The i tumsej s rest Were t wedding, i k , 1 1 lion ror the who f Q ail g 1 ' (hem v. eddlng pn lent, pearli weighed ll, pi t Ths b .In lighter raesl oi' as a Ihe I I . s ( HUM in run m W i lli IM-I -l I i k. Julj 29 Mr, Tegetoff, ,, th,- int B ii liarrtmani the announcement of the obbcry, said thai private wen working on the oast Sc. retai l nil,, mad Hums,! t dele. In es and tirobahlv WI h ml pently of no p. i "Heventy tin. us; servatlve estlmuli of the 1 able of Hie re stolen," said Mr. Ope ,,r pen rls was. Jeivels niiliii Tegetoff. "Th of course, the most valuable article taken I should not like Io Stat Hie Individual values or the other articles stolen, hut 1 appraised them myself and hale had them In mi in mi tint. . HARIMAN IS ROBBED MEXICAN AFFAIRSTO BE CONSIDERED CAREFULLY BY IT No Haste Nocessaiy in Form ulating Policy to Be Pur sued by Administration, Washington Officials Say, BRYAN MAY RESUME LECTURE PLATFORM Huerta Expected Ho Resign Pursuant to Plan Now Being Woiked Out by Citizens of Southern Republic . I. HiiHIN MlUMHAt kkl 11. I A I O WM a; hlnnlon. Jul) It, President Wilson and Secretin! Iliyiiii derated Ith, mis. lies t ... lit I,, a ntu.li of th IvohimlBOUg reports at their dlspoial on conditloai in Mexico Indleatiotii iicie that with the iippi taragji e before the seaate eomMttta oa foreign rait1 imiis tomorrow of A ta be Mad of Hear l .lllc Wll'ioli, the bMH itag III the plo gram of the idmiatatrnttog to discov er the fact or the iltuatloa lanfoei ani.oun, i':; a polici nould be reach While a resolution in tin- house called lor it Joint committee i,, ,l,t.,in documedt in ihe Mexicnn sttuaMoo, iiul aimth. r In Ihe NBatC sought tin- opinion of thai bodi m the question I of recognising the UclllgenoBcy of tho eonatituttonalgPta, idmhthrlratloa or- llcliill again declared that there Would he no hast. In forinulutlng a definite policy toward Mexico. Ki-crelury llry an stated that Do pr uiltlon for mediation had been submitted t. ol her of the two faction III Mexico, and Incidentally remarked that io might go buck to the lecture platform In a few days. The prilBgl COedltlpH of aiTiiirs is nui cpnttderad acutf beci The den loplil.'ht of a poltey hi ihe United ftalyi may be dektyedj to ubsf-rve th,- , utronic .,f elTurta lui m; made l.y lending Jlivterrtl tn hrlng ixhoul an undi-rttaiiilmg UetWcih the two uurrliiK sides. Some admin Miration official! tuua proposed thSt the American policy be .purau, ,i along ucccjslOI) Of alterna tives! 11 rat, They suggest retraining from Interference while the Mexican lend ers Ihemselve endeavor to compos,' their differences. The attitude of th -United state, i against reoognttlni the Huerta administration already is be ing outlined In Mexico, geconfing to reports hero, us Indlcatlm (hat tin. abdicHon or Huerta in fgvor or a compromise provisional pfeeldent is I BOA liable Second. Should all elloit i h the Mexican in adjust iin dispute tnll it is proposed in Influential members Of the senate that the , m barge on arms i.e lifted Bnd tha two taction I,,, permitted to obtain muniiionn of war on an equality, Third, should p, .,e, i,e delayed ihe luggestlon is thai the (Jnlted dtatea oir. r to mediats through a commls- slon, pourtn. as a last resort, u iri partlte oommlsston composed of rep resehtativei or th United Hthteg and Latin Amer(can nutlon is lUggcsted, , declaration from president H uef tg that in, imerlcnn in Mexico shall suffer injustice or yiolunot "With his cognisance" was made public by tha state department today in tin- foi himself as regretting i tile American lOVemnw t v much thai nt should as , ni,,. p. uic influence t.r ths Mexican government any action which might be construed as iinlngonlstlc In Americans during his occupancy of executive "authority mill desires Ihe -int.- department to be assured thai no Injustice or violence shall be done I., American with his cognizance ii bile be Is In his present position. Th. Ml llosn Consul at Bl Paso has d ih,. Mexican fori ign office mutti r ol Ihe shooting of ben ntlfttotorlli arranged and il at Met II I t ill 'SInleM -tate.l lit! si thai ems th. government mOSt desirous ol'. of the United possible," 111 Hi Reports to tin, state department to day, said thai forioa rereyrg. i bo has been aotlag reeretarv Of State l .lull In, pending Ihe arrival of ih,- newly appointed Bcoretary, Fred eric liumboa. left offid to. la., and in Ith Interval until August II, when Hecrotary Gamboa win lake office, the portfolio of foreign affair win be. , hi hi by Hi. ;ire: nl minister of pul,. larsn Aldspe, The mil tiniu In the state departnieiit "us in symnsth Hie instruction. In. latter has spent United si.nes ;., offlCUlll -aid that hi "ith American institutions, Commander Klttelle. of the gun boat win, i n;,, reportsf from Prou lira, that American rears there have been all. ie, I by Ihe arrival of Inn Mexican federal troops who are driv ing the rebels aWB) fTCfrtl the city. Ad miral Pletchef, commanding the American squadron in the Hull of Mexico, reported thai he Intended lo i i, Icr Ih" gunboat Wheeling to ! IS. I'ueiio. Mexico, in Vera Crua Ciiiipre, in Tiibii co and Progr in at. in to observe conditions i ailed A I, nils ami olhet lot in ih...-, ports. i:. u i.lmiial Coiiies, comm Itc Mi. pn, in, nqundren, reports be had observed an aeroplane I