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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. CITY EDITION CITY EDITION THIIiTY-MXTU YEAR Ol..t XXXXVI. Xo. H7. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915, Dally by Cnri-lor or Mall, 'Hj H Month. Single' Copies, Be. STILL OFFER STRONG RESISTANCE TO Slavs Claim Important Victory on the Dniester, Which Is Admitted at Berlin but Is Denied From Vienna, FRENCH OBJECTIVE IS CAPTURE OF LILLE Teutons' May Be Forced to Cease Advance in East in Order o Face Allies in Western War Zone, lay MnnNiNa jauftNAt. bpccial iiAato wmll T.ondon, June 23 (li:.r0 p. in.) Along that most crucial Hector of the Dniester battle! front In Galieia, be tween Stirawna and Halie-z, heavy lighting Is going on. There is mime conflict over the situation according to the official reports. The Russians claim that they have punished the Anstro-( lerroan force there and thaU by rushing up reinforcements, they have compelled them to retreat across the river. Herlin admits this reverse, but the Austrian communication says the Teutonic attack there is making progress. North of this area and still farthpr north, over the frontier in Poland, the Austro-Oerman advances are sweeping forward. Whatever the out come of the struggle along the Dnies ter, the Russian armies have met with such reverses that, in the belief of military experts from the standpoint of the allies the western theater seems to be the only quarter which holds out the possibility of a decisive action during the summer. The French and German claims relative to the fighting on the west ern front are widely at variance. Mil itary observers here believe that the French Fit ill have their eyes on Lille with Its factories and railroad lines, pnd udvanee the theory that the re current and oers stent attacks ween. RUSSIANS ftUSTKll In and week out, along virtually theof uukaszo'wice. they having previous same section oi tne ceiinni, moo nreen thls - Thoufih meeting with the hardest resistance on the Dniester the initi ative in the east still rests, with the Austro-Germana and few military writers care to hazard a guess what their next move will be. It is argued by them that the situation in the west niay at anv moment become pressing and that Germany and Austria may be forced to be content with having recovered Galicia and broken the Russiiin offensive without seeking fur ther to humiliate her at this time. HI.OOIV STIU GGLF. IS It A(ilX; ON nXIFSTF.lt llcrlln. .lunc 26 (via London. 1:0. a. m.) With reference to the state ment in today's official communication regarding General von r.insingen's partial retirement to the south bank of the Dniester river, special dispatch es received from Czernowitz, liuko wina, describe the desperate exertions of the Russians for several days to re gain their lost ground on the Dnies ter line and in P.cssarabia. The fighting, according to these- dis patches, has been uninterrupted for four days end nights and the Russians wasted the live? of their troops by recklessly marching them in masse,? Into the A-usttian fire. Large heaps of r.ussian dead, it is asserted, lie be fore the Austrian trenches. The fiKhting is declared to be par ticularly desperate eastward of Zale S.czyky. The Husiians are said to be charging repeatedly along the river. At a few- places they have succeeded In fight inir their way nearly to the Austrian positions, but suffered frightful losses and were compelled to retire before the determined Austrian resistance. Similar scenes, it is asserted, are be ing enacted daily in Iles-aralua. The Russians fighting there have been re cruited chiefly from the home guards and iy levies on the eastern provinces. rnrcxen mark slight GAINS, HFPOllTS CLAIM Paris. June 25 (10:20 p. m.l The war office tonight made public the following official communication: "Of the region to the north of Ar ras there is only to report today a rather violent cannonading to the north of Xcuvllle and an engagement with grenades to the east of tne iai rinth. . ,, "At Lfl. Boselle, (to the cast of Al bert), the enemy has exploded two mines without any result. 'Hetween the Olse and the Aisne there ha.? been artillery firing. "To the west of the Argonne a few engagements enabled us to make some slight progress. "In the Vosges a German attack at the Hilgenflrst was repulsed. In the course of the counter-attack which we made. June 23 in the region of P.an-de?Sapt, we captured four machine Kims, and a large quantity of rifle cartridges and grenades.' LITTLE ACTIVITY IS HKPOItTFI) FROM VIENNA Vienna, June 25 (via London, 10:25 p. m.) The following official com munication was issued today: "Hetween Halicss and Zurawna (in Oalicia), fighting proceeding. WEATHER FORECAST. Washington. June 25. New Mex ico: Partly cloudy with local thun der Rhowers west portion Satur day; generally fair Sunday. ! Counter-attacks by the P.ussiuns on (hi. north hank of the Dniester have I hern repulsed. Our attack Ih pro- gresslng. "Advancing from Zyduczow ycsteT- l day, we ruptured Cliodorow. utht r- iwise the situation cm the Dnieiter Ih unchanged, ax is the ease with tho sit uation cast of I.emberg and near I Ititwa liuska and on the Tanew (to (the northwest of I,emlierg). "In Poland the allied troops are (pursuing the Russians, who urn re- treating toward Zawichost, Uzarow una Slenno. "Italian theater: On the Tyredean Carinlhian frontier there have h' n several artilh ry combats, on the frontier coast district east of P.oplnl two enemy attack early this morning were repulsed Heavy artillery fire has been directed iigainsi, the bridge head at Gorliia and the heiKht thai borders the plateau of Cornions." IU S.M AX Ol I'M I l i;i:Hitr ok f.xgagfm i:ts Pctrograd. June 25 (via Ixiudoti, Jum 2, 3:IM a. in.) The following Russian official statement Was given out tonight: "During the course of the night of June 24 and the whole of the follow ing day In the Shuvli region, an artil lery duel proceeded with advance guard encounters on the front of Latzkovo-Poheliury, and along the right bank of the Xiemen river. "To the west of the middle Nle men, the German offensive during the night between the Koviio-Wirballeii railway and the Anialva, marshes, was repulsed by our lire. "On the Narew front the lighting was conrtned to sharp artillery br ing and loral outpost encounters. The bring was most violent during the night or the 21st In the district of the omulevv and orzyc valleys. After urtlllerv preparations the Germans took the offensive uloiig these rivers, but were soon stopped. In this action we took in the Omiilew section eigh ty prisoners, but in the Orzye valley we were forced to give way. one of our works was completely destroyed by the enemy's annihilating lire. ' "On the Vistula front, south of the Pilica, the enemy yesterday thrice at tempted to make headway west of Coeleff, but were repulsed with great losses. "tin the Tanew front In the direc tion of Zolklow and I.emberg, there was no, important change. Tho enemy nit. muted to attack us along the railway leading from I.emberg Kameaka and Ilrzezany. "On the Dniester river during night or the 23rd We drove back vond the river the remainder of to the Germans who crossed the previous day in the Kozany district. In the re gion of Martynoffstany, on tne even ing of the 23rd. we captured the icmnants of the enemy who hail crossed the Dniester, Hltngether tif in officers and about 700 men. Not- withstanding the disastrous results of I these crossings, the Hermans imu Austrtans attempted the very same night to throw their forces across the Dniester bv hr'-dses constructed south lv only crossed "ear tne vwtixej m lU-userivvnny. The lighting continues. "on the rest of the Dniester front below the points mentioned, there I no change." Fl United States Officials Learn From Northern Chieftain of Tenacious Engagement at Aguas Calientes, ... .ni.i.l JOUKI1KI. CIi. LtD WHI1 cm P:,n Tex.. June 25. Heavy fighting in the vicinity of Aguas Cali entes was reported in Villa advices to I'niled Mates officials' here tonight, but without any indication as to how the gage of battle stood. It was stat ed that General Francisco Villa was directing his troops In person. r?.r..sentatlves of the ma go eminent maintained that they still re- ... Ir..l the eitv of AglKlS ( allentes, al- though previously tney had reported fliihtinir in the state of Aguas Call- entes few miles from uie co.. mrencv was wnnoui i.-,..... on the situation since two mums when a message was received from Vera Cruz stating that some of Gen eral Obregon's forces had "entered Aguas Calientes." Miguel Diaz Lornbardo, secretary of foreign affairs In the Villa cabinet, was to arrive here sometime during ,u i..Ht onenrriinir to a message to Juarez officials. It was that he would leave soon understood for Wash- ington, but officials on the border the date of vcere nniniormcu an i his departure mission. the nature of hi MRS, ECCLES DENIES AUTHORSHIP OF LETTERS t HOSNINO JOUSNAC, (HCIAL LIAIO Wll Ogdcn, Ftah, June 25 Authorship of thirty-seven letters written to Da- vid Kccies and Tounu among was denied today by Mrs . ,'"--"; i teddes. mother of Aineri m;uuro. ... Kccles, who is endeavoring i ........ lish heirship to pan oi cleg estate ami to secure one-thirt-thlrd of the J6.A0,000 proper y She acknowledged writing one letter that was placed before her In court. A total of fifty-two letters for the . trial was reached when court adjour ne,l to day That Theodore Kytka. a hand writing" expert from San Franc sea has been summoned by the defense 'n the case, was entered on the court ecords today. No other evi enee whs introduced in the trial and the men 1 . v...... iM.r will be continued lions .......... t the on Monnay, court. actorneB bio-u Lassen Teak Erupt Again. -nHinB- Calif.. June 25. Lassen -ottert' today a column of mioke that rose several feet. thousand HEAVY GHTING BETWEEN VILLA AND CARRANZA QUICK ACTION TO SAVE CAPITAL OF MEXICO I! BE NECESSARY Washington Unable to Get In formation of Conditions, as Communications Have Been Cut, CARRANZA AND ZAPATA FORCES ARE FIGHTING First Chief Is Reported, Cha grined Because of Gonza les' Failure to Take Posses sion of Mexico City. tmt MDRNINd JOURNAL BPCCIA1. LCAtlO Wlll Washington, June 25. Anxiety In creased today in official quartern over the situation In Mexico City with which the state deportment has been unablo to communicate for several days. Iliief dispatches from Vera Cms stated that the Curran.a officials were much chagrined at the apparent fail ure of Gen. Pablo (bm.ali. to enter the capital. Reports that Gonzales! was engaged in an artillery dud with the Zapatis tas gave the first Indication that the Vllla-Zapata forces in Mexico City had determined to offer .esistance to the invading Carramsa, army instead of evacuating. Reliable Information Indicates that General Gonzalez himself cut the lines of communication between Vera Cruz and .Mexico City in order to isolate the Zapata forces. Famine conditions In Mexico City have been growing worse daily and with tho investment by a new army in progress, fears are expressed that much suffering to foreigners will en sue. While It has been generally under- stood that there will be no further ile velopmrnt in the Mexican situation so far as the I'niled States Is concerned, until the return of President Wilson from Cornish. N. II., It is thought In official quartern that the situation ill the Joutiiei n c ipilul may force a new crisis. Reports to Red Oros,' headquarters today say the opening of the railroad south from Piedras Negrns cinfitins "the starving of civilians south ol Piedras Xcgras on every hand." Plans to bring about co-operation 1st t ween the American and Mexican Red CrosH societies were set on foot today by Miss Mabel T. Honrdman. The -date department requested c on- sul General Shimklin, now at vera Cruz, to get in touch with the Mex ican Red Cross officials as soon as ho reaches Mexico City, and outline Miss Roardman's proposal. Dispatches from Diaz Lornbardo, Villa's secretary of state at Chihua hua, received tonight at , the Villa agency here, denied reports that Aguas Calientes had been taken by fnrranza forccB. ,-.en Feline Angeles. Villa's artil lery expert, will arrive In Washington from lloslon next Friday, according to an announcement tonight. The specific nature of his errand has not been revealed. Lieutenant Colonel Agullar, of Ra rr.oul Madero's staff, and Major Gar cia, of Villa's staff, arrived in Wash ington tonight from the front in cen tral Mexico. They were said to be on their wuv to New York to buy mu nitions. GOVZU FS' TROOPS TAKE PART OF MEXICO CITY Xew Orleans, June 25. Constitu tionalist troops under General Pablo Gonzales already have occupied a considerable portion of Mexico City, according to Vera Cruz reports re ceived here today by constitutionalist consular officials. Troops under Za pata had evaculaled parts of the city before the entrance of Gonzales. Second Loan Subscription Is Near Billion Mark and Em pire" Can Finance Armies for Ten Months More, f MONIN JOURNAL aftCIAL Htlfl tSt New York, June 2-V The success of the second Austro-Hungarian war lonn Is assured, according to wireless messages received here from Vienna and announced tonight by Alex Von Nuhcr, consul general for Austrla Hungarv In a statement the consul general says that the subsc riptions for the second loan already amount to 4,r,on,0fl0.li00 crow ns ( 9UO,Oi)0,0(l(i), which he savs provides financial means for the continuation of the war for at least ten montns. otfulmoriptions continue to come In, the statement says, "and there is a fair prospect that the total amount will pas the billion dollar mark. Sub scriptions for the first war loans to ttl $'iu0.(i,00 and therefor the sum contributed by the population of the dJal monarchy amount at present to fl, 500,0uo, iJ0." AUSTRIA AMPLY PROVIDED WITH : FUNDS FOR WAR ITALIAN PLAN OF THAW FIGHTING CAMPAIGN MOVES FOR FREEDOM ON STEADILY INTO ENEMY Almost Impregnable Positions Defending Austrian Border Are Being Reduced Grad ually by Invaders, STRATEGIC MOUNTAIN FORTRESSES TAKEN Fiahting Over Same Ground Napoleon Marched Over, More Than One Mundted Years Ago, to Vienna, ikv MufooNd joitMNAc aetciAi trtti Wlt I iiiiu. .linn- L'." (via I'arK. .lime 2d 1:10 . nil) Slowing .....In., I., (lie ... difficulties of mountain warfare, but steadily and with grim determination, Italian forces are advancing both from the east along the Fella valley and from the south through Predll pass toward Tar vis, which Is the pivot of the -classical roads along which overy great Invasion of Austria from Italy has occurred. From Javorcek, which Is about r. linn feet hluh. the beavv artillery of the Italians is sweeping the VHlley be low as far as Plczzo, which lies four miles away in a direct line. The big guns also dominate the whole valb-V of the upper lsonro river and threat en Predil fort. Though the defenses did not prevent Napoleon from pass ing this position in 1T!7, these fortl ticatioiiM and also thus" in the Fella valley were strongly strengthened and co-ordinated In llinl. Hermann and liaibl forts have been provided with the best modern artillery of the widest range. The plan of General Cntlorna. the Italian mmtnaiider-tn-ehle r. seems to be to attempt mi invasion or Austria through the region uround Tnrvls, threatening the right wing of the Austrian army. h:-in . he idquar'rw at Lelbiuii nml ootainii'g as an lin incilinle consequence relief from the t.resrure of Austrian for mussed along tho (rout. Tolmll')-i loi izta-Triest BEING FED BY- Although Starving, Citizens of Grand Duchy, Occupied by Kaiser's Forces, Could Get No Aid From Germans, tmr MORN.Na JOURNAL PCCIAC. 1AK0 Wlltll Purls, June 2 5 (5:35 p. m l The arrival of the llrst consignment from Switzerland of foodstuffs to be sup-! plied to Luxembourg until the harvest is reaped, caused the greatest rejoic-1 Ing today in the grand duchy. 'rh.. ttilM'ili.o. thcr.. has been drs- . ' .i . . .i ,.t ' perate lor stone .nut-. i en.. March the population niready nan been given bread cards limiting con sumption to sevi n ounces daily, and later this was reduced to four. In the middle of April the mayor of Luxem bourg announced that that city alone required tl.OOli bari-elM of Hour ami l,a(iO barrels each of barley, beans end rice to stave off starvation until the crops were available. The country districts of the industrial town nf Kchternnch are In an even worse plight. The Luxembourg government sought relief through the American committee for relief In Helgium, which,, however, was powerless as it lacked the co-opera ion of Great I'.ritain and Germany. The Dritisi government claimed that as Germain had forcibly occupied the grand I duchy, she must feed the population. This Gcriniinv formally refused to do. whereupon Great IlriWiln declined to permit the passage of food by way of Holland. France, however, always sympa thetic toward her French-speaking neighbor and grateful for the gener ous assistance rendered to French refugees from the northern depart ments by the l.uxembourgers, readily consented to supply the people lv way of Switzerland under proper guarantee, These now have been fur nished in the person of Swiss offic rs who accompanv every train and who :ir. i .hurried with the control and dis position of the (lour and with the right lo inspect warehouses. TOOK $7,010 AND LEFT TWELVE GOOD POTATOES! (v mommma jooiimal rteiAL . iaio wimsi Little nock. Ark., June 25. Twelve potatoes in change for $7,010, formed the bwin "f a complaint to the local police today by Louis Itepettl, ( years old, a wealthy commission man. Kcpetti said he was cut that much as a result or operations or countryman, one Plta-l. Moth deposit ed securities. Kcpetti nlb-ues, in boxes of similar appearance. When P.epettl cpened his box, he found only the po tatoes. iUcti i at large. COUNTRY LUXEMBOURG IS FRENCH PEOPLE 3TH ANNIVERSARY f OF WHITES DEATH Many New Hampshire Wit nesses Testify That Defend ant Is Sane and Good Mem ber of Society Generally, EXPULSION FROM HARVARD TO BE AIRED IN COURT nonnsitinn nf Hr. f.hmlps W. Eliot to Be Taken in Order to Show Student Career ofj Young Millionaire. V MORNIS4 iUUNKJIt prrtL LID WlMII New York, Julio 2 Today, the IIIMin nmitoiMrv of I be killing of o. .......... .11 sl.ier, Uni t y .-.(iC.tl o. ,, n nnr, ..-- K. Thnw, was described at the trial to test his sanity as a man not only perfectly rational but kind, generous and charitable, a man of broad In tellect, and one worthy of being intro duced in the best social circles. His eulogiz. rs were a clout u men ami i women he bad Inef In ,ew JiH'up shlre alter his escape 1'rom the Mal- teawan li.sane asylum. I hey came "i j New York at the request or Thaws I attorneys to do the best they could, they admitted, to show their confi dence In Thaw. More than one slater, shut senti ment In '-w II.Miipsbire was strong ly In favor of Thaw. Mrs. Kugeiie II. Sargralit, wife of a well-to-do munti ficturer of Manchester. N. 11,, said she had entertained Thaw at her home and had been glad to Introduce i her daughters to him. Wllllunt II. 'lopping, an editorial writer on u Manchester paper, told of a New Years party which Thaw hud given to the children of the best families In the city and how they had presented u loving cup to him. kidnaping; Planned by Jerome. , In order to proc that TUiW was suffering from no delusion Hint Wil liam TntvetH Jerome, I ciiresri.t;;Uvc in X?w Hampshire and i annua or me state or New York, intended to kid. nap him, Merrill Short lefT, one of Th.iw's New Haninshirc attorneys. ,,. .,(.,, ,.,t J,.i oiio. had told him that he would take Thaw back to New York by lorce If he should be admit ted bail while; detained in Colebroolt. N. 11. In all nearly thlrt.v-lhe wltnessts from New I lampsbii e and Canada have testified for Thaw. When adjournment was taken un til Monday, Thaw's altoincy iiiiiuiuiie cd he expected to conclude his case that day with the testimony or three alienists. These will be Dr. C. K. Mills of the Cnlversity of Pennsylva nia; Dr. (.'. P. Cancrofl, or the N.vv Hampshire Stale Hospital for the ri sane at Washington, and Dr. Frank Streeler, a member of the N-w Hampshire commission which found Thaw saiv extradition ill collllectio;) with the proceedings fmni t'lut Flute. To Gel Dr. lllot's Testimony. Justice Ileiidrick today granted the order lor a commission to exam ine President Fmi'iitiiH Charles W. Flint of Harvard university, as lo why Thaw was expelled from that institu tion in ISIIJ. The examination will he conducted at Cambridge, Mass.. on .Monday, by Deputy Attorney General looker and a representative, of Thaw's counsel. Hiirrltt llinman, prosecuting attor ney or Coos county. New Hampshire; Charles A. Chandier, proprietor of a hotel at Gorhain, N. II., where Thaw oolied: sirs, t Unrulier-, l.ugene n. r s:;lr; int. manufacturer f Man - Chester, N H.. and bis wife and Mil- .'or Irvi.ig ". Drew, both Manchester attorneys for Thaw, and William H, Topping, editorial writer on a .Man chester newspaper, all testified at the afternoon session that they found Thaw rational. GREATEST SKILL Perfect Order Maintained and Great Losses Inflicted on Teuton Forces; Many Pris oners and Guns Taken, IBT VOtNINS JOUttMAL ItlO.t LIAtf D Wf 1 London. .Ion,' 2 C!:."M a. n. The Pe-lrnKr.nl corresiiotident of the Daily i Mai! commenting on the fact that the Kussiari army bad remained Intact j during seven weeks' retreat in Ga licia. savs this urmv'has Inflicted tre- - ndoiis losses on the e-riemv, liavirrg plured in the course or ineo opera tions HO. ((On men. nearly .100 machine guns and sixty cannon. He i-oiitltiiies: Thai the Hussiiui flanks are firm is proved by their sue' esses on the Dniester and Tanew river i. The mili tary organ, the Husky Invulide, sug Ecis that the only thing that now matters Is to keep the ninny occupied while Russia's allies In the west ore getting up streriKlh. Ii Is generally coneedetl that the Itussi.ins will evac uate more territory If It is necessary In ord'-r to find favorable positions un which, to male; a stand." SLAV RETREAT ! CONDUCTED WITH DR, DERNBURG EXPECTS TO REACH BERLIN TODAY ( V WONHIM ..OU1NAL FIllA,. It AtO Wltl Hc.iltt, .lane 25 t via Loudon, 1:2.', in I Dr. Hernliard Detailing, re turning from the I'nltnl States mi the Norwegian steamer P.rrgmwf.loril, luif sent a wireless lues-en;,, to relatives hcie saving he expects to reach llcr hn Saturday evening. It had been learned upon good authority that Dr. Dernburg will hnmrdiatrly be rilled Into i (instillation concerning the forth coming ! -multi answer to the second American note on the l.usll.inla Imi-j dent. During the detention of the Iter gensfioid at Kirkwall, Dr. Derailing v.ns not examined by British officials, iiier-ly giving his word of honor that he did not bring with him any docu-j inents, the transmission of which) would be harmful to the allied cause.; When the passports of the steamer j I passengers were examined, ii was ic ipilreil that they show American citi zenship papers. Dr. Dernburg was nu t at liergen ny representatives of German. Norwegian and American newspapers- but flatly refused to be Interviewed. With Dr. Dernburg was the Princes von llatz feldt Trarcnberg, wife of the coun sellor of the German embassy in Washington. They are continuing their Journey to lleliln. W, WUUUb uuiuiinmjin ASSUMESJRESIDENCY tmr mornin iouitNAL api-iAk i.t Aitn wioal R-iit Fran.iiit o, June -JV In assum ing the presidency of the American Academy of Mtdicine which convened here today for its fortieth siTinil.il men lug. Dr. Woods llnt. bliisoil of New York told of medicine's conquest of the foes of civilization sod the progress of some unfinished battles. The relation of m dlclne to trans portation and commerce will be the general topic for the sessions which will end Monday. This Is l:i line with the policy of the academy to special i.e each year on ome aspect of so ciological medicine. The business session today elected to honorary membership Doctor Ku pert lllue, surgeon general of the I'nited Statin public health service, who yesterday was named president elect of the American Medical asso ciation. WANT INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION INAUGURATED V MOMNIN iOWNNAk SPIClA. (. Wlftt' Ithacii, N. V.. .lime 25 As the re sult of a talk by Frank Crane, or New York, tile student conference on In ternational relations In session here here today voted to have Dr. Crane draw up a pi titioii to President. Wilson unk ing that he take step lo form n world government or International ftdtira- tion. , - President Wilson, nrcorJinsr to Dr Crane, stated to him that he couUI nut inaugurate such a policy unless It came from the people. Since that time Dr. Crime has been circulating ami. una petitions. IRElfEATS Governor Slaton Continues Military Zone Around Resi dence and Guards Patrol Grounds to Prevent Attack, ,.Y UOHNINII JOUXNAI -ICIAL LIHO WIMI Atlanta., lia., June i'5. Pcr.ist' lit rumors that persona Incensed against Governor Slaton because of his com mutation of Leo M. Frank's death sentence to life Imprisonment con It niplale.l litis of violence against (tie ! gov . riior tomorrow cauae.i ,u, tonight to take extensive precaution ary measures. Mayor Woodward ordered all near I,,., r sal- h closed throughout Satur day and iiI.ni directed that special po licemen be held In readiness for pos sible disorder. '.unity officials liuve taken slops to reinforce the constab ulary . Continues Military .one. Governor- Slaton's proclamation creating military zone surrounding bis eountry estate still was in c-ff'Ct t inif.bt, eighty militiamen patrolling the place. Adjutant General Nash ha:c announced that he will double Ibis force tomorrow nleht and that he will maintain the cordon e,f troops there a.c lout: as he deems It advisable. At Marie.tia, near here, where Mary Phagan resided, the board of trade acoealetl to lilt liiavo, io t.me U.-...M- lions against poslbl disorder there. The mayor promise ,i to maintain a kii ffl" le nt incrciiiie lo Insure against in Hie police f iree, public. llclllOIIStlll- I iOl.M. .Icctish Mcrclianls Threatened. The Marietta cotiiuutlee also np- ptahil to rcsi.ienis mr " I" ..n I lion of or l"r ' circulars the committee' distributed (called atl'-ntion to the facl lhat ,lew i ish men hunts hail be en threatened ill riot jees ported on the llool s of their st, ir'S, warning Ibtm to leave- Marii't !a t.y Saturday light "or take the- i onseqlicneeh. Desnile these llotle. s. pi resident of Marietta saiel there was little racial prejudl uninent tonight e there iiecause of the Frank ih. v did not anticipate case fi nil mat rouble'. The request of the mayor, they explained, tliel ely was it measure of precHiiiicn. ItobUers Kllic Muil llag. Pake-r, e.ire., June 25. Kohbers i,i..-.i- out n two sales and rifled a mall hair at H.tin.s. ere., near litre, today untl escaped with a small amount of t tv. Tlo- Haines Comriii r.iai com pany and tho iie-gori-Wushinuton Hallway and Xuvisatlon company were the losers. OF VIOLENCE BY GEORGIA IBS PRESIDENT TAKES BRIEF VACATION AT CORNISH BY DOCTOR'S ORDERS Great Throngs Greet Every Stop of Train Bearing Chief Executive to tho "Summer White House," LANSING LEFT TO KEEP WATCH AT CAPITAL Recuperation From Strain of Foreign Affairs Not to Be Broken Except by Matters of Real1 Importance, tmi MOHNIM JOUPMA1 KPCCAI. tflAHIS WISH Cornish, N, 11., June 25. Under or ders from his physician lo take a com plete rest, President Wilson settled down at the "summer White House" today for a brief vacutlon to prepare himself for the arduous work ho Is expecting within the next few months In connection with the Fiiropean unci Mexican sltuutlon. The president drought few official documents with him and officials of the White House had orders to for ward him only the most pressing busi ness, but nevertheless ho plans to give much thought In the quiet seclusion of the Cornish hills to the next step in his new Mexican policy, to the sub marine Issue with Germany and to tho discussion with Great lirltuln over In terference with commerce hetween the I'nlte.i States and th neutral nations of Furope. jtn-lng to Draft Nolo. Secretary Umslnit will do most of the actual work on the not" to Great lirltuln now beinir prepared, but the. president has already gone over "with him the hrond questions nf policy In volved, and will sea the not before 1 11 ff'l"Hy forwarded to London. He read who lnteiem ioi.iay unoici ciiil forecasts from Herlin that triers was u possibility that Germany's sub marine warfare would be sorntishttt modified, but refused to-C imtrumt, lit fuses to la.U Spvccliu.ii , The president arrived here this af ternoon after a trip through Connecti cut, Massachusetts ' and Vermont, marked by frequent ovations from crowds which gathered at every sta tion. He refused to make any speeches but smiled broadly at laudatory com ments from several hundred men, women and children with whom he shook hands. Tho crowds were much larger and more enthusiastic than have ever greeted the president en route here before and many told him (hey approved his course In the for eign situation. t IVulsecl l!T I'opuluct?. "You have been writing great let ters to those foreign governments," mild one working woman . as she clasped the president's hand. lie) thanked her. KxeuKe the dirt," (Apologized a fac tory employe, extcndins a grimy nana to the president. I don't mind that," the president replied, ns he shook bunds. "You ve been working: tog hard anu t hope you have a good vacation," was the greeting of another woman. "I hope so, too," answered llr. Wil son. .((em Willi Train Crowd. As the president stood talking to the crowd at one stop n man remarked that he looked heavier than he did whirr here last year. The president said he weighed about the same. "Your face looks fuller," said the man. I guess I have more cheek, re plied the president atrrld laughter. Virtually the entire population or Winsor, Vt., and this village were at the slat lou to greet the president as he stepped from his private car with Miss Margaret Wilson and Dr. Cary T. Giaysoii, his naval aide and physician. They cheered him again and again end for a few minutes h was com pletely hemmed In by people who wanted to welcome him buck to the summer cnpltai. imihs iteien vvoou- rcw Hones, his cousin, was with the p.irty. Me'ets Only irnn(lon. The president's Joy was evident In the afternoon when his daughter, Mrs. Francis P.. Say re, with he-r husband and pa by boy, arrived hero for a visit. iraiicls vvooeirow fiayre, ine pie.'iilenl's only grandson, whom he saw chrlsLeiied a few weens ago ac Wllliamston, Mass., cooed with de light and cuddled In his grandfather's a raw. Ilariakenden House, the property of Winston Churchill, the novelist. which Is occupied by the president nd his family, has neen completely renovated since their last visit here. Mr. Wilson looked about tho estate and attended to some correspondence and took a short automeihlle ride he- fore tlirtiier. He plans to devote nearly all his time while lure to golfing and aiitoipobllliig, and reading and resting. He will go golfing each morning, twenty miles away at Han over. N. ll., and in the afternoon he wiil motor through the picturesque (,'otiiiectieiit valley. The president learned today of the marriage the day he left Washington of John Slye. one of his secret ser vice men. and Miss Johanna Henrlk, of Washington. The couple are spend 'ng their horiejmoon here As Slye finished hi tour e,f duty of helping guard the president today he was met by his bride. ITre Damiwei Mcllioellst College. San Jose. Calif., June S. Fire be lieved to have been Incendiary, de stroyed today North hall of he College of the Pacific, a Methodist Kplsenpa.1 institution, and binned a library com posed lar,'iy of gift books from Methodists during sixty years. The ..ss is estimated ut from $j,000 to $73,0110.