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TIIIKTY-SIXTII VF.AIl. ol,. CXXXMH. X". 1. OEMOCRRTS VOTE j TO DISPOSE OF TRUST BILLS AT THIS SESSION Paity Not Committed to Pas sage of Measures Advocat ed by President as Npces saty to His Program, . ADJOURNMENT HOPED FOR BY SEPTEMBER Legislation May Occupy Time of Statesmen Night and Day Until Work Is Completed in Some Form, ,., ....... JOURNAL .-tCL .." WushlniUon, July ' Demo, ruts id I In. senate In conference liitr today adopted M rt'S'Vluli lei-lniiiis their purpose in stiiy In session until the trust legislation passed liy tin- "house hiiH been acted upon in tile senate. The resolution docs imt Mini senators td uif for the hills wit luiut chamcc. Till- I I MollIt ion IM llsiKtll'll In SI TVC definite iiml fiiml notice tn business and I In' country ttifit anti-trust legisla tion is tn lie passed mi before i nnitress units Washintn.. It was proposed bv Senator stone after n talk with Presi- ii t Wilson iiml with other demo ia I i.- leaders. Senator Stone Kai.l il WHS illll'lulcil IIS KM llhSWcr to llie propai;anda fur immediate adjourn ment nf cuiiHTess. If tlif party leaders de hie in tin' future lh.it it will lie necessary to make party measures nf the hi'i--bouse bills nr the substitutes offend for them, another n.lll'i'l'l'll. c will he hold fur the purpose nf bindinir cli'iiin- liilH In definite jt i i n . Some si'iia tors thounht tin- resolution mitsht li'mil senators In vote for the Mils. hut Sin -iitor Kern, eh a iriiiii n of ill- confer ence. Jeiinred tluil Hiirli was nut lis purposes ninl n clause sliitinif thin in Specific teflUS IVIIH adopted I v " flow Vol,-. Itisolniioii as I'n-ss'il. Tin. resolution says: Kcsnlved, TI1..1 tltt- ei,iif.-i, IK r of ilcinnci all, senators, after due ioiisi.1 erali hereby tUsiaic Unit the pres ent session of i-ollirl'l ss shall tiol joiirn lint i 1 al least (he followini! lulls now pcndinu in Hie senate have been film 1 1 y disposed of " It names by llie offii ial number Hip limb' commission, tin railroad se un ties iiml the Clayton iiiili-trust bills as Hie measures to be h i tilled. Tin' explanatory clause ailni-hed lo tlif tt-s-iilmion reads UN follows 'Tin' resolution hereinbefore a loot ed is inti-ndcd merely its an exprcssm,' of the piii'iiuMf uf iii. innlitv'.'V pitliy In if folriKc to Htl fciuriniii'iit ." Niulit S"wm"i rmlmlil,'. Sriiiilois w ho hopp to n''t nway f'om WnsbiiiKlon within ihf ncjt six wffks oi two nionlh.s fminil n mursfl of i-om-fnrt in Hip iUinoiini'pini iK from tin i onft i puce that St nnlor Kern, as ni i jorily li-niliT, will ask th, i.iaip to linltl ulttht .scs.sioliK ni'Xl WPi'k lo taki' up lli- rub-nilai- anil "oltn r loisinptis." Al Hip samp time Si nntor 1.,-wls. I hp ili'in.u i atlc "w hip," mis iiiJ'ti'iii li-il to lpip u illinium presi-nt lit all timos 'rinsH fail.s iniliiiite an Intention on thp part of iho niii.ioiily to pn-ss tin trade cornnii.'i.sioii bill tn n vote lis soon as possible mill to pill tin- iipproprin lion bills Uit'niiKli when opportunity offers. The trade commission bill al ready is'beforp the senate an.) a vote may be asked for any day. The railroad si-i ni ilies bill and t hi Clayton bill are still iu i-oniniitlee. but it is possible that one of I hem may bp I'i'porleil as soon as it bei oines appar ent llial tile I'oinmission bill Is on the vi-ihp of passage. Hope i Ailjotil'll liy Si-pleinlicl- I. Sum,, leadc-rs are hopeful that ad .ioiiniiiient ean be taken Willi llie pro Rriiin iniiipleto by AiiHiist 'JH, or eer tainly by the first of September. oily tlie sundry i ivil bill, the gen eral ilefieieney and (be ri ers and harbors a pproprial ion bills remain of Hip supply measures to rereive senate apluoval. Tile rivers and harbors bill is the snbjert of republican attack and i's passaue may take several weeks, hal ill the end the ileiiiiicratii- leaders are i onfidenl It will be put through. The two others will lip subject lo some !.Ti'i:it i oi;i:( st. Washington, July 1 New ,Mx i' o. I'iirlly cloudy, probably local showers Thursday an. I Friday. The Day in Congress Tin: SKXATH. M't at 11 a. in. Cain-us was called for tiKi-eement on "ie administration IcKislative prom-am. Senator llurton resiiniPd his attack "n the river and harbor appropriation bill. Joint resolution empowrrinj; I'resi ''"iii Wilson to invite foreign delcKa te.i to th,. international cotiKress on home '''I'icalion in I'hiladcliihia, ill Seilem " i was passed , Adjotuned at p. in. until 11 a. m. Thursday. Tin: hoi sr.. ' t at nOi.li. lib: 1'iiU-s lummitfee (josi tJiiued it.s I'ole on the woman miffruse constitu tional amendment to Auaust 1. 'alendar Wetlnesday lulls were "" asid,. iimi tomorrow and the 'otilereiicp report on the b-Kislutive nfmmpriatiori bill was dphated. Uailioud officials opposing the hill or federal inspection of locomoiives -''p hearl by the iiiterstate com 'iierce eiimmitte. Adjoiirneii at ;:( p. m. to noon Thursday. disi tissloii. but mi far us It is known will not cause prololisi'.l debate. Senators Clark, Lewis, Williams, ShlM-lcy, lVmcrene lilnl Ke- ir.iule speeches loniht hut the conference , was harmonloi.s and lasted little moii than mi hour. Several senators ex pressed dissatisfaction with provisions iu some of I he bills but II w as Hindi clear Hut mi' ma was bound lo vote for any parti, ular bill. Not iHvlnrt-il r'Hitv Mciimiit. The only Indication that there was any market) iluision of sentlnienl came when the clause was proposed explaining that the resolution refers to adjournment. It was adopted, li lo 111, its friends delarin that It whs offered to make plain Hie intention to act mi trust legislation, mnl wulmm bin lini; iinyone to a I'arlit ular I'm tn. Tln-re was a general dist ussioii as to whether tin- resoliilion :diolihl im lutlc lanmiaue dicluriim tin- bills to be parly measures, but it was finally de cided to b-ave Ibis question fur fur ther conferences. (UiKinally It wu intended that the resoliilion del bile that countess slay until the "passaKP-' of the lulls, hill this was , haniti d to lend unlil Hie "disposal of them. The argument for this change was thai passatte miKliI be taken to mean thni the Ihree house bills must be the ones to receUe senate action and ' disposal would have senators free lo do as they phased. Senators were not in cline I lo ante,- with a theory that this substitution leaves the way free for congress to adjourn by vhlinx down these bills, althouuli it was pointed out thai disposal in oil not necessa rlly mean approval. 1 ALL PARTIES FAVOR I STATEWIDE PROHIBITION V MOSN-INtt JOURNAL RACIAL IRAlfO W'Rtl r.oise. Idaho, July I. Clanks lawir lu .statewide prohibilioii were Ini-nr-porated in the idalfotins of the lepub lliean, demoei alir and pront e isive par ities assembled in convent loll here Iff t day . 'I'be del nils recominemh d Hie . submission to the voters in MHO of a .conslitntional amendment. The pro Kiessives det laie l for that and a Mitt -utorv en;,' lnii-iit for prohibition by the next' legislature. Th" i epubliraiis jwont on iccortl for national prohibi tion, prchibilion by i onstjtutinnHl i.imentliuent and by statutory enacl ; mint in case of failure to Kid the 'amendment ihrotixh Hie legislature. The republicans litlirly , ondeinned 'the Wilson aduilnisiral ion, while Hip democrats prais--tl it. The democrat; 'assailed the republican slate ndimills : (ration w hile tne republicans iieneiully eiuleised 11. (.old III Hank of I ranee. I'aris, July I The weekly slate meiit of thp Cank 'if Crance when it is it siie tomorrow ill show In i reuses of s I iM'ii francs .nold in hand and o ::ij.ooo irams iu silver holdings. Physician Says After Rest of Six Weeks It Is Probable Colonel Will Have His Old time Vigor of Voice Again, A, MORN l NQ JOURNAL RRKCI A L LCASCO WCRfl i New York. July 1. Tlnotirife lfoo-evc!t in all probability will not ih,. obliged iii Kivi- up Ills i-ampaiKH ; tins ve.ir on aecuiiit of Ills physical . i oiiilii iun. He learned this today af ter an examination by a throat spe 'cialist. win. gave him tile most eil iciMirauiliK 1 1 i 'I n t he has vet hail. ' "1 In- pin sa . ill saltl thai if th" loI-oiu-l would nst for the next six weeks and that ii ihe recurrent attacks of fever could be controlled. In- probably I would be in as Hood voice as cvtr. ! t idoncl Is lh-f-l.eili-d. i Colonel Koosevclt was dehnlitcj at the doctors opinion, Alter his visit io the phvsiitan lie was more like ilns lorniel' self than al any tune since his return from South America. Hp i walked, and talked more vigorously laud his old mannerisms of voice ami jKi-sture returned. The expectation 'that In- would be in Komi I'kniiim 'trim before Ihe campaiun is in lull ! swing at once caused a revival of ef forts lo induce him to acc. pt the pro gressive noniiiaiiuii or novernor ot ;.',-vv York. The events that followed ibis visit to the specialist, Or. II. Hul ! I rook Curtis, today gave color to re j ports -hat he was' seriously consuler iiiiK the propiksal. .Members of a d-l-; .-Cation w hich called on him to mur lliiin to accept the nomination said he had tol.l tin in he. would K'M1 Hie :ter serious considd ation. Still, mi in bv l'hv.-li bin. With the kr.ov'.icilue of Colonel i lloosevelt. Or. Curtis prepared Ibis statcm-nt, after cxaminniLr bis pa tient: With proper precautions Koosevtit, iu my opinion, the expel imi pt of doim; win not strenuous ami b-ave tbe Colonel tn.-tv li V ,i I ha I is UlteSlioll ,.- i . in a mi eiuf e V 11 II 1 lie 111.'. ne 'able to stiulv the efteel of s-v-ral .siieeches U)o nhis vocal chords. No lone is able lo foresee what will be Hie i eff'-ct until the test is made. 1 The .picstiou of iiis consul al loiial 'conililiuii must be considered, for -i i system weakened by tropical I'-vel' i Would naturallv not lie as lesisient as jit' the individual w . n- m normal I health. I Danger to i al hold-'. ; -I'ublic siieakins tn the pi'esen, ;of fevjr is attended with fpt daii-i-ier to the c.ioitis and this variety ol r... ..... ; mi m .iii oimnent to return. i I ' ... I., e the cir.-ti Misla nces it would be inu'iue I., nulla, a nrocnusis unless It I were known whether the t-eelirnnl at- Mael; of fever could be v ontrolied. i.i.iulit l:.v Ihut if the fever docs not ! recur the proiianility is iliat I Koosev - 1 1 W ill soon be Hi donel rood I Voice a. in the past. Il will be ne es i i ... .,a,..L.. thai he hav e :, 'complete nst for the rn-xt six weeks, as Or. Alexander Lambfrt has advispil.iind in which opinion I heart ily ronefir." Or. Curtis added that I. olonel Loosevell 'las siiiieiiii;; ffui rdasa tion of the intrinsic muscles or the larynx. There w'ere. he said, mi siuns of organic tiouble. ROOSEVELT MAI BE ABLE TO MAKE MORE SPEECHES FIND FIVE BODIES OF ENTOMBED MINERS 'V MORNINtt JOURNAL ttCiAL Ctll0 MMfrll Williamson. W, a., July 1.- -I!c-ciiers v ho hud worked Mcidily lor fourteen hours, completed cmi'iRency tunnel into th- buruliiK mine of Hip Svcamolv Coal company late todnv and tound the bodies of five miners Imprisoned by the blne. the fire, ,lesiite the elioiis of inn men to ,lletlcl it, is still hui'ltllli; fli reply. The iliM, I men. C. uive Seibobl, James Culliii, ft-n.1amin James. Hen ry Lyons and Marion I sons, are said to have been asphjuuiHil by the Hasps from the buruliiK" coal. Tin' cineinoncy ,unul a Ih-kuii Jamil after It was dlstoviieil the men were Im prisoncil and relays of diUKel'S wurked despciat! -Iv In Mu- Impe of rescUltiK the men allvi". Sand and wa ter are bi ln used In an eitott to ox tinuuish the lire, but 11 is believed the flames will have lo be left lo die out. RADICAL REFORMERS OUTVOTE CONSERVATIVES i j ! HONNINA JOURNAL tlClAL WIRI) I lietroit. Mich, July I The s,i-isll-', P,l radical relol ln ' )leuient in tile central coiitcience of Anieii-aii rabbi" 'overwhelmed the alloyed i ousel alive f.ntloti t..,la when Hi nterence iliieetina here voted down a , oiumlt . tee report submitted bv Labbl William I Koseli.m. of Baltimore, with lefer lince to ;, new minister's handbook i liable Kaiifl'm.in Kohb r. president ul th II. -brew Colon collide of "'liicln luali. and Kablu Stephen S. Wise, of New York, were aunuii; those who led the o' osition to I he r,-p,,l t. ' OUSTS FIFTEEN Six Others, Including Com mander Simon P, Fullen wider of Raton, N, M,, Re tired at Own Request, V MORN I Nd JOURNAL PCCIAL LCARftD WlRt WashiiiKton, ,1'ily I. FlllPen naval 'off iet-rs. several of them captains. ;wih distlnuiushed records. t mlcd .Ih.-ir active iitreers toilav upon the :fecoliiniPtulata.m of the dreaded ;"pluckiiiK board." Secretary OanieH made iuble; the names of these seb'ct ,i i for compulsory rcl hi nn-nl this yeiif. wilii a formal "announcement that hf e.xiee.'d to ask tor the repeal of tin- law of Ititi'J. unib-r which th annual dut kiim" is done, i The officers retired. with their home addresses follow: Captain John 11. ilibboils, WasliuiK )ton, I). C, . Captain Frank W. Kellonir, Water Ibury, Conn. Captain John C Leonard. I iruoklyn. N. V. Captain Frank K. Hill, ( lticiiiiinti. li. IJvans, Waahitm- Caplnin Ceorne ton, I ). c. Coininancler Co . Ch'ft iiiii, irsfp X. I la v w ard, Commamli'r J dm It. I'atton, Co ; luinbiis. S. C. j Cotn)indor liovo;-t !lyn. X. Y. ConiiiiaiHler AVilllani ll ; lteidsville, X. C. j Lieutenant Commander Wulter M i Falconer. Springfield, 1 1. Lb'Utenant Commander Flys" I 5liii-y, Adrian. Mich. I Lieutenant Comuiandcr' Kear. Washnmlon, O. C. Lieutenant Commander S, hoelllebl. WeStlicbl. X. Licuie"hant Frankliii W ( isbui n HllBeno. tiff. '- Lieutenant William .1. .Moses, Sca! ,tl,. Wash. In addition to the pluckintf b.tnril s lllst, S-cretary Daniels annouiuiil that 'the.' following six ofticcrs bad been i placed on the. retired 111 al Hnir own i reipipst -. fa (da in Harrison A 'iideliihui. I'a. I Commander F.mm I'.loominmon, III. Cominanilcr Irvin Cispham. l'hii- tl. It. Folloi Ii, V '. ;, Hiilis. ;Washinp;ton. D. C. 1 Commander ltnvmond Stone, M" iliile, Ala. Commal.der Simon !'. l-iillinwiiler, ; Ilaton, X. :vl. , , Commander 1-Mwin II. Oelany. iCIevelantl. Tenn. ! A number id other officers liHd ask led for voluntary relirenu-nt and had 'I'll tb ' applications be, II accepted the ! board would have been relieved of the necessity of "plitrklnL1." i!ut las! 'year the president decitb-d r."l to l"'1'" 'mlt tin- voluntary retirement of any I officer who has not had twenty years Uervieps alter uraduatiun Inmi tj" naval ncaileniy. The law reMuircs the . reation of forty v nci'ii'ieM annually, j with fifteen compu.sorv- ti-liieinen.s u necessary. . Si-cretary Daniels 1 there was' absolutely explained that nolhinc mi the Ire, onls of any of these officers to ! show that thev wet- not filled for any (naval service in the matter ol habit, i temperament and professional ability. I CONGRESSMAN WANTS : LINO'S CORRESPONDENCE IRY MORNIN JOLRNAL fPtltlAL LH A RlO WlRfl Washink'ton, July l.--i.epreenta-tive Kahn. of California, republb an, toft.iy intinduced a resolution to direct the si'-cretalv of state to transmit to the house, if not incompatible Willi the public interest, correspondence with .Inh n Lint, President Wilson's personal representative in .Mexico. He sppcified documents "In relation lo assurances i;iven by Lind In Cnpt. S. (1. Hopkins of tills i It or any other person, to the efli-t that war male rial miiiht be exported from Mobile, u nsattda or oilier (.-tilf polls In small Vessels to Cuba, where the course minlit be ulieieil In the mouth of the F.io PravO, and that theie would be no inierfei enee whatsoev-Ar with ship ments made in this way. 5,11011 at I pvvolill League MeetiilK. Kuft'alo. , V.. Julv L The ninth inter national convention of the Kp-woi-ih leas ue of Hie Methodist Kpis- eopal chinch opened tonight wilh a i.l'DU ceneiae oteeiins "' delegates.. PLUCKING BOARD NAVAL OFFICERS bin (trunk- Jr , ALBUQUERQUE, NEW-MEXICO, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914, CUMMINS WOULD i LIMIT AMOUNT ! I OF CAPITAL III I ' ONE COMPANY! Tovva Senator Says There Should Be Moie Than One - Concern Engaged in Same ' Line of Business, jSTEEL CORPORATION ! ENTIRELY TOO BIG Wants All Interlocking Direc-i torates Prohibited Through' Power of Interstate Tiade! Commission, ! MQRN ' NS JOURNAL RRE" I I. I ff A f) VVRI asiniiKtoii, July l. An arbitrary h-Kitl limit on the amount ,,f lapitul lo be allowed In a simile eorporation em;aKeil In any palticular bin- ,.f busi ness was advocated In the senate to ilav by Senator liiuimins in a speech 'supportiiiK Ihe adiiiiliiidrallot, trade 'eommisiloii bill. j The senator announced he would . piopoaie an a mentliiiiiil aut iioti.inK ;the commission to fix Ho- hind, and esta blishinif the ru!r that "no cor poration should command an amount !of capiul which of itself ICIld-il to establish a tuonopiily. ' ! Sen itor Cummins said his efforts were not aimed attlitist "l it;- business ;as nil' h." 1 lit lailorce Coinpt'lilion. i "Ameibau business." In- added, : "mum be t art ied on ,y I U K - units ithat may lake advantaue nf the tnod-t-i n developments whit 11 make for i t oiiomy mid effa icin v in loi-incss. Cut thf re Is n Iiiisiii.ss field In this coimii i too small that il 1 be occupied by at least ttt Kht not to oonipi tiim j concerns. " Assertinif that lh. Cnti-d States Steel corporation, iliouuh it controlled 'only about one-half of Hie country's steel Industry, through 't fMpiialiira tloll of 1 1 .".Htl. IMI1I. lien, hoi power lo eliminate competition, the senator said in- would limit ihe i a pit t Kzal ion of uny sinwie comtianv in the ste, 1 business lo Sttni.ilmi.iu'fi. Oilier IaIniiii' IfilsiiriN. Senator Cummins also aiiiiouiu-ed llhat he vvoiilil propose amenilmeiits iKivlnit; Hip proposed trade commission .authority lo eliminate dit- rlockltm rector.ttes and holdltiw comnunles. ; Colli of these problems are dealt: Willi in the Clayton bill, another measim- mi the administration proitram which has passetl the house. The determination of Hie democrats to press Ihe anti-trust tills to a vote ,as early as possible was made clear late today when Senator Newlands 'nought an areetiiciit to beiCn votinM ion Uni trade commission bill at ! o'clock tomorrow afi eiiioon. Senator I ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 s ob.lei led, sayiiiK the discus- sioti had scatcely .commenced. ERFUL FEATS IN AIR ini UORNIN4 JOURNAL IRIClAL LtASIO WIRfl 1 llainmondspori, N. Y., July I. -Speed trials ami a bent 11 test of Ihe new propellers maiked It, day's wo! k .on the Kndman Wanamaker Irans-At-lanl it- fly iiu boa t. At noon Lieutenant Forte, who Is lo I pilot the lioat, took the America out. ;tor ihe huiKcst. trip she has made in ithe air since the uials beiian a week mimo. lie flew tlovvn I be lake several ; iiiib-s. allshliiiK on and risirm from the i water several line's Apparently he bail no difficulty in biinyini; Ihe ma chine to planinii speed on the water. , (Ul 111'' ' mat ke I a speed tesi tin 1 1 Hit aiiainst lime over cuiirse tin- tnachiue showed of sixty miles. DuritiK tin- tumors wen- ruunim,' I,-11" I evolutions tier minute instead of Hnii maxiiiium of Lulin, A w einht-cai ryins; lest wllh the ni w propellers was planned for 1 his afler iiooii but rain again iuterfeioil with the promram. A bench lest nf the propellers showed stall.- thrust o'imt lo thai of the standard propellers installed for Hie preliminary tests, hut it Is claimed for ihe new propHleis thai Ihey will do relatively better under actual fly i ii v: conditions than on the test blot k. I .ieul eiiaiii potte b-aves toniidil for N'evv Votk, but expected lo return here before sailliiK for New fouinllantl to make certain thai. Ihe permanent, changes lo be made m the hull have the desired effect die said Innichi lie hardly expciied In be able to make ilie Friday boat for St. Johns. IRISH HOME RULE TO BE SECURED AMICABLY '.Bt MORNING JOURNAL RSfClAL Lf ARtO WIRf J l.olliloll. Jlllv 2. - The precise ' I -r'Ct. of the house of lords- proposed ! amendments lo the '.amending bill will nd til the home rule hill re ' inittee stane next week i omens iu drawn by L'ov ernmenl's Ie- known un tt.iies Ih" corn bui favorable trie London ImorniiiK new spapct s f i ij m til inlorv tone of llie speeches cont II n both 'siibs ,,f the house of lords yesterday I fur ., renewal of the neunt la I ions be tween the pattv leaders, which, It is believed, will result in an aurcemen!. The Daily .Mail asserts thai Pre mier A.s'iullh's attitude has unilerjione a modification ami that he is now ready, to grant, exclusion to lisier by ftatiue instead of by the ballot. whitt i miiiRRfliirn nnitT Wlll.lilvlnlLnuUnl nnrn iiinim :: ::: ma mm UNION BUSINESS AGENTS ALLEGED BLACKMAILERS MORNINtt JOURNAL PrCL 1 1 A M D Welt: ChtcaKo, Jul 1. - Strikes have leen called by husinc. h acUs of locals of the te misters' i, 1 1 1 i tor no appan-iii reason, lUslnct Attorney Janus II WilkeiMUi lea rin ,1 today in bis In est iK.tt Ion of ih.Hk.es d ixtoltiou by am nts of union oi;aniatioi,s. i I o his assistants examined fifteen teainstel s. 'These men say they went on strike lull they do not Know why they did it," said Ml'. W'llk, I's.. a "They s.n they welc die, toil to ,,, . their btlsilp .s auelits ' Th ' iban . s of John .1. Al. LaiiKhlin, state rem esetitativ e and eontr.u tor. that business HKciits tiled to blacK mail him ban- been i rub,, rated by a n.nuber of ciitraclo, s and .-lo-in s of mui l.ir ii,,ciii,s htoe conic to the distlb t atlornec i rom s.-w ial i d les ill the middle West. BAPTISTS FLOCK TO KANSAS CITY MEETING V MORN ( lOURN AL RRiCIAL I RAIO IRAj Kaunas I ilv . Mo , July I. 'fwohiin dred bov s ts, action as pae.es. are meetilm the deb t! lies of tile tvvetltv- tirst aiiii'ial lotiveiilion of Ihe Capiist Voun-4 I'eople's Cntoti of Viiii i n n, meiliiiK lointlv with the liaplisl Youiii; Couple s I inon of the South, which will liemn here lomori oW lale toiiiitht iteai ly lim e lltousalld dele gates rcpri-sentiiti; sin million Haptisis bail annel. I.ai.t. deb-nailons ,anie flom t ii viiitiol. I'lie i". M. Louis, Cosioti, Louisville and Dallas, Prinzip Confesses Cause of Murder and How Inspiration to Destroy Pillar of Mon archy Came to Him, MV MC RN NS JOURNAL tRCC.IAt. ICAI'O WIRfl I'.it-I tpet. July 1 The newsjiaper 7. C.l.ai.. .ubllsh'-t tod. iv what it de clares to be the confession of iliivrio 'j'iln.i., the assassin of Archduke .Francis !' iilinaml and the Duchess of lloht'iibitK. Accindinn lo this statement I'riti ,ip beiji'm to read anarchi.-l!i works ' w hile be was a reservist w ith the eol-t-l.s. with the result that he ho, ante an anarchist una, foimed a resolution to mIcsHov on,, of III" pillars id (he A us-lr..i-H iiiiua lian moiianiiv. When, a1 ' Ib-Ui -tide, he read of Hie archduke's .Intended visit to Sarayevu. he il -ciip-d to no there a'nd try to kill him. lie .obtained a revolver ami cartrlilnes .from a member of one of the rptolu 'liouaiy Kfoiips at Caisitide Who, he said, was lunorant of the purpose for tihicli It was wanted, the .ii'i hiliike he hesitated for a mo ment, tin ti fired, but. could not tell Whlll WII.S the eflect of his shots be-isms-- tlie people closed In on him n ml stint k blm. lie closed by sayiiiK: '1 do not I t-Kiet Winn I have done. ' I am, indeed, well satisfied because ' I have achieved what I desired In tin 'for a buiit time." : i si iti Ml hi A is i M l!'l l l. I I'lttM I.MMI l Suravevo, July l. --.Maitial law- has been tnociaiuied at Tuzln and Maitial : lie, a a I' the serious tiotim.. in I hese ! towns, where much Servian properly has le eh destroyed. Tin- pi eliniinarv examinalioii by' a m a L; i si ra i e today Into the assassination of tile archduke ami bis .vile showed I hat i' bail been Hie Intention of liinip . to a. coitiplish his purpose al Ihe time of tin- maneuvers at Tarsini, but the hitiejiii.i was a b:t tulolied. owimr lo the Hiret niililaiy uunrii, which prevented ; ,,nv ..insider from a pproio hiiig Hie '' at . h lake. ' Oiii im,' the pi tiimiiiarv examinallon i llli. viotied in bis Klllll. He de ist lined the killing "f Ihe couple mid 'delated It had been inltiilloli for a lone lino- lo kill a prominent Austrian. I He bad lead much anmehislie litera itiire and hail become convinced Hint llu rc i t'iil'1 be mdliinv; on earth finer ' t Ii . i n to be a n assassi n. i ih. not reui-et the deed." he kiitl. bad iiolhinif to tin with Ihe bomb initn.i . When I beaftl the explosion ; ex. la itue I : 'There al e still people ; who feel and think as I do.' This , h, i ciiri hein-d my resolve siiii fur ther." i .o evidence has vet been foilllll iaKH'iisI anv of the other persons til -i rested with Ihe exception of lialtrino. ivies. Thev wide taken into custody ; bei -a iis" of their personal a- iua i ntn m e with J ti" assassins. TI lilil I l T )KMnx l H U'lov i l lltlH I I NT lil :ION'l II TU) Ac stutb turns ana, July 1 .-- s'eveial hiilldretl in- renewed tlu-ir ih-innnm r i ii. in-lit n mil nst the Servian le- t.t 1 1 ii. but upic driven off by Kend- a rim Th clllpc Ihey previ K-ita ri . - tuib-nts Ilit-n mart lied lb the ,'i.r's palace n Jimstl'asse which i. r I 'in in tl to lnvi.de. ThiH was 'n'til In- a slforis detachinenl of ,is with fixed bavonels. at first intended to shoot the rlul.e as lie was driving lo Cm lb an h low I l et 111 II but dei bled to await bis When lie saw a vom;iu Willi TWO NAVAL MEN GET COMMENDATORY LETTERS I IRV M'lWSINI JOURNAL tPfClAL LEtK0 WIRf i I WashinkTloii, July I - L, t lets of I I omnu-nda t bill for coiispiciiniis fcal . I; tin-y , I u i it ia the oci etui t ion of r 1 ', Cruz, were ivtillen be Secretary Dari !eU in lii'tiiw 1 1 Moid, oiial lerio is ,ter, and AuKiistus J Hallberi;, nun ' Hers' male, of the t rtliiser t'hester. i tlm ft nc-ri have been advanced to the i funk "f chief petty officers. j Commander Muffed of the Chester repotted that liov'tl remaine l on watch inn the bridge under lifle fire almost ! i-outinuouslv tluiimi the 'fiuhllriK al the M,x( .;,n port. Haiibetn dislin Xiiished himself in charge of machine Ajuns alHde. AKIARr.HiqT qi P1A : flllllllUII iu I ULLII ARCHDUKE AND IS PROUD OF IT; i ; j MEXICAN SITUATION QUITE SATISFACTORY v MonsiNa iournai. I'l; il iiaibd wmll Washiiiktoti, July I . - Sns,enioit of ineihalion c infei i in i s at .Viawaia Calls unlay found Hie ahinnlon ad uduiftralion pleas a wild what the South American metliatois bai- ac loinpllslied in ibalinu: with the dif feieu 'es between tin Cuibd Slab s mid .Mexico, and hopeful that Hie coll leiolinK Mexban factions- so,,n will hive represent. iliw-s conletriim to settle t iou a ib iitiite plan l'-'i fine poxin,, the internal tioiibbs ol their country. Nearly all day ami until lite t-'-n ii lit niienis ol the i otisi il utinii tiMl-1 here were etuleaollnn vainly to net Inio , iiiiimunc atioit with llciuial ru' liiiz.i. At loldliuhl il w as a llliolin. ed that thev expect.-d lo V' hatine mes sages with the first chlcl al Sululle tomuit oW. INTERNATIONAL OPIUM - CONFERENCE HITCHED I i i hi i tii ! T.l,. R MORNIHO JOURNAL ttPIC.AI. IfARfO iA-lRV Ihe Hai'Ue. Nellui lainls. July 1.--. I ii'ct na 1 1 1 1 i.i I iipium lonfeiciiie e is maklm; slow piotrcs" toward am i-eioeiit. The . 1 . 1 . l: . 1 1 . are I tn- in Hi Ii d :f fieii It v In dialiiiiL; a in of resoliilion v, lili I, will i iiiii- . Id I ma ! llle ii'h. id tin- unanimous Mippoit of all povveis. Tut k.-l ontlniv icftis.-slo null herself to anv lilies tor the plosslon if Hie tliifl'tc. Utile!- pow -I . .fllS" to pt'oeecil II limit Tlll keV. t ' ti ii eil States and China are (lu nations takitis' the luot active I ill the lleuct la I lolls, i be Chinese -. .ales Mlv'e evcrv evidence thai a novel iimeiit l very linn h iu est In lis pulley of Sllppresslln; NORTH CAROLINA GOLD MINE CAUSES TROUBLE MORNtNS JOURNAL RRIC'AL II4IID WIRfl W . shinitton. July' 1. I nv i st ination i f the use of senate siathuiaiv In the In oinctbni of a N'oilb Carolina Cold mini, will bouin toiiioi row before a s.o.iiie coinmilt' , Senators nii-iiiiiin ami Chilloti, who,, toiunittt'-e Hiatioti.tty is said to hive been used bv tin- mine pro- i..s, and Senators I'onteieiie and liwansoit, stockholders In Hie n , I n tn u oiiipain , probably will ho (be llrst w l nesses. The examination will extend into llle sendillK of II l-.o el lillli nt l-Xpel t I.-. Comptroller of the Currency John M.cltoti Williams to look into the m i up. Itlillslt t.lllll Mexico il V- NVexi. o lilv, July 1, Fifty I'.rilish 'esblepis. iiiiiinliiii; Ihuiv w.uneii and 1 1 1 1 i l -1 1. Will leave Ibc lapllal tomot row for era t'ruz. From that port thf-y will pro. eed to Jamait a. ilitary Men From All Sections of Country Held by Consti tutionalists to Talk Over Situation and Find Remedy, r Mensisa journal raii iti. lkario wirki I'd Paso, TeX., Jlllv I --The conl'ef pllce iesimietl to M ltl.. llle tliff.-ri-tlceS between llclletal ('all.lUZll nntl 'it II- eial 1 1 hi will be composed entirely of military men It-pit sontntivt-s of the eastern, icniral and western mill liiry zones will nuct soon, probably at Tori'eon, to discuss tin- cnmlil ions Which thrcaleli the well beint; ,,f the const H ul ions lisl rev ol at Ion, This was l-irncil totl.v- from per sons coiiiIiik froni Monterey ami Sal tlllo. They said thai Ihe proposed conference resulted front an exchaiik'1' of telettains between Cent-rnl Villa ami lieiieral lionales Carnina's eaatern div isional coinnianiler. ilia asked iloiiales for a supply of coal to run bis railroads fur movements in cident to tin- ntl.u k on Amias- Cull etifes after his , aplitre l ist week of .ileal ecas. (b-npral ( iona b-s, they iP clat'etl. I, -plied that he wollltl offer ' 1 1 L, no aslstame until the strained rekitions between tin- c. ntral .one chief anil tin- commander. lu-chicf. Carranza. liatl I n a.li'isled. lians for lb nferenct-H tie Ih. mult rs resultetr ru the w est i a i t orn a, n era I of Ihe wiiubl it., i, polls ipiii, In i I that ItKe Aharo uhp i est coast i tal tleleeale, peralloiis. also to the i on for ps now me Iri dic (ionnales iliat k San Luis piMotitct from ence. i ibfenon's trot vestlitu I liiada 1 n .1 i i n, forces all- about to Potosi, while Villa, iseciniiiK ammunition for bis troops or coal r.u- his trains, has reliirnoil norin with .iaeioi(ni bis entire arni.v. Hi clinlne; in push faidiei- his heretofore sui.cs-fiil eatiipaimi. 'loiizab-s end UbleKOl suppos.tlh at.- linn Htlll'l euis of Ca 1 1 a ii. i iii Ins pres. lit eiu hroilmi nl wi h Villa. The results of th ..-ndlnif I Settle tb CO II 1 1 finitt en. t-s a t o ex pect ct to ' be ma It- i , The railroad bet City and Torn-oil wa thus opeiiiuir traffic I tier ami Za'-atecas. r. ,11 t ii'lbuatttia reia ired Imlny, tw...,i the bor ititlv laketi by did ;i way wilh , nt inn' coal for ii, a v be Atotten Villa's ft Till in ilia s difficulty Irs railroad since il flom the 1 nile.l Stall HuW -vef. the t-uu M 111 111 II II i! I"!! vvdli Mo by the lililt-d i-Unlc ami Hit- Carian.a ol'i probably will prevent linuinit on his taint mt;-iin b istaiohlitt vv a lie a. Dusted. lie ill SeclllllIK liiljl.li- elllbaruo border patro' la Is to the east, villa from linn until i 'a rra n.n I'ou - h is may tile In Cimllnuc Pit ishnrnh, July I -early settlement of lb West illKhoilSe I Ulp!" I liiiiiuht bv the decision to Strike. Hope' for a n strike of Ihi--j was cbecke 1 of T.ntiii of Hu strikers hoi to accept tl in signed slalemenls liv the affectel Imlustrit meeiiiisT iu Turtle 'i-e, metils were read to Hi the ipiestion of settliliK put lo a viva voce vote, to continue the strike. ll' terms math the heads nf s. At a mass k, the state- strikers ami the sirike was The vote was CARRAIiZHILLA QUARREL CAUSE DF CONFERENCE Kally lir Carrier or Mall, 60o h .Month, single ('opli-fl, Ac, MEDIATORS GIVE , FORMAL BANQUET ! TO REPORTERS AT ! NIAGARA FALLS Brazilian Ambassador Makes . Foimal Statement of What Conference Has Been Ab!o to Accomplish for Good, . jWAR AVERTED BETWEEN I MEXICO AND AMERICA Tlas Not Lost Hope That Hucr ! ta and Constitutionalist Del j elates Will Meet and Com j pose Internal Situation, RV MOANlNtt inURNAL fAf( IAL IfARVO WtRf Malta fa Falls. Iintatio. Julv 1. . j Ambassador Dailama of Cra.il, tmlav I l"l tll.t l a,,nolllced the prat till! I Set iletnelit of the collflitt between the .Cull.,, Slates and Mexico, He cx ' plain,-,! that while mediation would lake all I II il fi 11 1 1., recess aWalllll the , outcome of effort bv representatives atf the two .Mexican factions to solve Ibc Internal problems ,.f .Mexico, the task of metliatioll WHS Hot Vet con cluded. tboui;h an essential part of It ;vvoik Pad beep a ceo III p 1 isllet I . The ainbasw i,o spoke "at a lun ' ' In mi Liion In tin- three inedialors to lie news,,., i,-f correspondents The eutir,. American ami llte-iia tlcleita llnhs o the mediation i onivrence .Wei.- present alnl ihe i.tuaiks of -Mr. Da Hami, after careful revision, were ! made public laier, const It ill inu a for mal st,i,.M.nt of the worn of media tion thus far. Iiiicriiailonal phase Sflttotl. ' "II Is a source of satisfaction for tne." Mild the ambassador, - ft, be aide ; to say tli .i one of Ihe essential points of our program, that iballiir; wilh the ' Inlet national side of the couliict, Is practically settled. This does not im ply that we K,, b. iiuc with our task . i (included, but w e fei I that so far w e have avert, -it war. We have estab i bsln d also through agreement le llweeii the partu s mosl directly hit, r e1e, and in complete harnipuy with '.llie sentiinenls of the Km el line-lit of i tin- t ' mt I'll Slates tlut it Is piincipbi of Auuri tii! poliev In have our n.t itiotial problems always Klven a f ti If examination ami stilled without for elfii Intel feii'ii-". We utnieist, imt that If such a result lias been attained we i.shall Hiave created a more favorablu ; atmosphef,' in Intel nitlional polillcs In ; A merica." I'li'siilenl's personal View. Mr. Da llama culled a! tent Ion ill Ills spei lit to (lie fact that lirsideni. 'Wilson had personally Informed the .mediators, before they left Wa.shltm ;tun that tin- only way to solve Mex l leu's problem was "to aid Ihe cotileivd i Int: parlies In .Mexico to reach an .-lurcenicii! aiuonu themselves, thus oh. ;tainltiK a .Mexnan eolultou of the i M ex lea n tin st ion, In this manner Ihe a nibassji do. re-. 'vented that tin- course wild h niiulia j tinn now has taken was in President Wilson's mini trout the li.-uinnliilf. 1 The speieh scried tils. i as a defini tion for Ihe world uenciaii., of the hitherto unsettled status of mediation. Justice Lamar nntl the mediator had discussed th' situation at It-nitlh ami nfl ei-ward Hie lluerta. delegates conferred with the mediators. Am i liassatbu- Oil llama anil .Minister Naull had planned to leave tonight, but found niHiiy tb-ti; Ms to miiitiKe ami i postpone,! tlnir lepariiire lint. I tt- ! inoti oiv. i Would Not Walt I o,ui r, The Washlnnloli gnveruuieiit Wiiilbl have preferred that Ihe mediation hoiili! reii'ain here while .lie conMitu ; tlon.illsls weii !i:-s,e,! Iw act unlckly on Ihe imitation already extended Ihein. The inedialors did not think thev could be of as much service here ;jnst now as In W ashiiiKloii, where they can be In personal touch with 1 frit mis of the t iinstilutionallsl move 1 mi-ill . Miiiisler Niton, of A Willi na. ami lads Cabit-ra and Minister Snare, of Chile, ami Fcrnamlo Uleslas Cable rou have been Iii coin in li ii lea I bm be fore and inav discuss the situation ln forinallv In W'ashiimlon in a few day. 'lite inedialors tuiiiichl formally at: know I-.lined Ho labst note from (bii etal I'airanza, tiaii-'iiiitt.-il by Ihif.-iel Zubaian. bis i'epi escnia I iv e in Wash invloti. Tie- answer expresses the ul" prciiailon of the ineilirttois for the friendly sentiments Inward peace ut- tircit bv Cart e.u ami is mosl court- liiuislv phr.it.cd. It Will be made Ptth lic lomoirovv, tom-ther wilh the Zuhii t a n communion t Ion. ioci It ails Last to Li ave. The American ileleKiites toilav re ceived word from W asliiiililon to leave here when thev' Ihouht advisable, but they w ill Lie tie- last lo im. Tin- iliuria deb-nates let. -lied for imal lusiruciloiis tit'iii their st'Viitt ; ment Kiiim- Hu-m plenary powers to (discuss Internal qui .slums vvil h i on 1 stil titloiialisl t.n b y,ates. The lluerta. i tbieua I i'tii is anxious to know when -and when- ihe conference will tak i place so thev Ami arniim'e their pri vate itlfaiis. Sliotll.l i.o tb-lillite W ol'tl he received bv Friday of Saturday. some of '.tn' lluciia ibii-walcs will K' . to New York to stay. ! Minister Vatoi of A win inn, after bis conferences In Washinsinn with , Luis Cabrera, evpe, ts to teb urapti tile J lluerta .I. i' BHUH some dcfiniie i'leil jof Ihe time when the Itifoi'mnl i'on ' ferem e w ill be convened. It wan jleat'tted lotiiliht that there would lie no iihatiii'-s in Hi" iiersonnel of Hie llu eiia del, -nation w hen it. treats with tho ! constitutionalist. Hiii-rtM Hi'li'jfales I'leasetl. Kmelio Jiabasa. Iieatl of th Htierta ! tleb nation, said he was ileased with ihe accomplishment" of mediation thus far. The recess of mediation still iluibls in effect the armistice between the Cnited States mid the Huorta trov -! eminent at Vera Crusi. As future jmeetlnifs of the mediation hoard anil ileleifiiles pro I ably will he held in New York or Washington, today' luncheon was In the nature of a farewell. Ambassador J) Gama addressed v i