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CITY EDITION CITY EDITION TIIIHTY-KIXTH YOl.t'XXXXVI. YKAH No. NN. EXAMPLE SET BY nniiTi i in nn air xmm riLHit TWELVE PAGES. DOES 7 APPEAL ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1915. SECTION ONE Pages 1 to 8. Dally liy Currier or Mull, 'o a Mouth, Single ()Iom, 5c. SECURED INSURANCE AFTER DEATH OF WIFE 10 GOV. SLATON Hetinng Chief Executive of Georgia Refuses to Wash His Hands of Responsibility . in Frank Matter. GUARD AROUND HOME IS STILL MAINTAINED Number of Arrests Made and Explosives Said to Have Been Taken From Men Loitering Near Premises, ( London, June CS.-'l p. m.) George Joseph Smith, whose three wives nicd m their baths, nnU who is "o- on trinl churned with the murder of one of t lit in. Heiitrico Mundy, had today to face the ordeal of a partial -cousiruciion in court or the nene immediately after the death of Alice Burnham, hit. mil of the throe. The huthluh In which Alice llurn ham died was placed on u table in the courtroom, while a physician, Or. Killings, illustrated how he found Smith supporting hlM wife's head just above the water. Evidence wan then Introducud to show that Smith had purchased an nuity Insurance from a company after iho woman's death. The triul judge xplalned to the Jury thai the prisoner In K tuber told an Insurance agent he would have $:i,000 or $S,r.il t.-i invest in an an nuity on his birlhday in January. "lie did have such a mini to invest and the evidence tends to show that the money was insuram-e money pay able n Ills wife's, death." Kuid the judge The case of the third bride, Marthu Lofty was then opened. She died in her bath In a house In High Hate. Af ter brief testimony court was ad journed until Monday. UNACCOUNTABLE, PLIGHT OF YOUNG DENVER GIRL BV MORNIN4 JOURNAL aetCIAL LgAMO Wt( Atlanta, On., June :'6. Artillery, cavalry and infantry of the state mi litia stood guard tonight ut the home of John II. Slaton, who retired as governor of the stute today, sur rendering the office to Na l K. Harris. During the day twenty-six men were arrested by the militia near the VON HINDENBURG NOT A GOOD PROPHET ). m.) A Petrograd London, Ji (i IliieO Reuters: dispatch from sav : 'Papers found on Austrian and Ger mun prisoners show that the troops under Field Marshal von lllndenbiirii were assured by their comma mb r that 'We shall enter Warsaw June 2s; Gu lii in w ill ho entirely cleared of Rus sians by June :) and after that peace can be concluded with Russia.' "Virtually all males between the ages of 15 and 50 left l.emberg before that city fell. In addition to the sup plies of grain, oil, copper and other commodities, the Iti'iwlami removed the valuable historical ('omenta of the museum and art galleries before their evacuation." AUSTRIAN GUNNERS ANNOY THE ITALIANS la Slaton home, and were still held lnut the city park. (T MOHNINft JOURNAL BPICIAL LRARKD WIRtl Denver, June 211. Margaret Much, aged 15, a daughter of Frederick J. Much, a railroad employe, was found this morning In the military cemetery ut Fort Logan, after having disap-j pcared from her home last night. The girl, in company w ith Hoy It. Wood- j ring, aged 18; Moses Shwairy, tigudj IS, and Miss Nina Washburn, agedj 15, left in the evening in u carriage,! i ostensibly to attend a band concert i Rome, June "6 (12:10 p. m., via Talis.) A correspondent writing from the frontier says that at Monte Nero, a ridge across the soti.o river, the Italian troops could not discover whence freiiuetit shots came into a certain point in their lines. Two 305 millimetre guns would fire and then nothing more would be heard from that particular point. A short time afterward from unother point would come similar shots. Firing from those points was si lenced after it was found that the Austrian had laid tracks In tunnels so that the guns could he rushed E IIS BATTLE STILL RACES 01 THE DNIESTER RIVER III GALIC1A No Indication So Far as to Whether Russians Are Tak ing Serious Offensive Against 1 Teuton Armies, AUSTRO-GERMAN FORCE IS BADLY CUT UP Conti adictory Rcpoits Come From Both Paris and Berlin Regarding Operations in Western Zone, Me and asserts that It should i"t have been addressed t the governments of countries fighting (lermany. An Interesting fact In conmcllon with the manifesto Is that It was writ ten May 7. but Was withheld until now became of Italy's entrance Into the war. I i:i: ii iti port ti i i s of i.rm.i; activity I'uris. June 26 (10:30 p. ml The following ofllcial commnnicnt ion was Issued by the wur office tonight: "In the region to the north of Ar ras, the infantry actions reported In the preceding cominmiiciif Ion con tinued ui to tonight, our gains have been wholly maintained. "This day, was marked by nn in ti'imlttent bombardment particularly violent in ihe suburbs of Amis, "oil the heights of the Mouse, to the cast of Ihe ftthmno trench, the (lermiins delivered an attai k which was repulsed except at one point Where they penetrated one part of the lunches peld by two sections. "on the rest of the front ihere is nothing to report except artillery uc-Hons." DIM' itvn. i it.irn t. ItlMIMIS IN . l.i I !'i In.grail, Juno 20 (via Loudon, limit' '-. l:-il H. HI. The following oflitiul sliiti mcnl was issued today at the hi adiiuai lei s of the Russian g' n erul sln.IT; A Ihe result of a sluing German offensive in the direction of I'rz.is nysK, a desperate battle,, which con tinues, began In that lemon. "The enemy attacked Friday la the legion of Haw a Ituskn. "The Russians took 2,001) prison em during counter-attacks In the di rection of f.otkicw and Iinlierg on j I Thursday and l.uoo prisoners in re- j pulsing the desperate attacks of! t forces on the Imlester. NEW Pfl LITAhY ilEHT IN 110 COMMENCED BY ADHERENTS OE HA. IS fiDl u f flPTCn AT UfACU MliTflM UIIILU m iinuiiiiiuiuii BOTH VILLA AND CARRANZA AGENCIES AGREE REGARDING PLAN TO SEIZE GOVERNMENT the county jail tonight. Firearms and cxploitives, it is alleged, were taken from them. Tonight, however, ttiere was no indication or renewed demon strations against the former governor because of his action in commuting the sentence of Leo M. Frank. The guard about the Slaton home will he maintained, It was stated to night, until the adjutant general is satisfied that nil danger is passed. riuiiH long Vacation. I boys returned home Miss Much had been forcibly taken from the carriage by several soldiers I near Fort Logan. The girl, who was found after an all-night search byi I local and military authorities, nn-j ; peared half demented. She told Lieut, j K. 11. Klltot that she had run awuyj j from home voluntarily and did not' 'want to return. She denied that she' ; hud been maltreated by llie soldiers She failed to Identify anv of several , no, point iu pouii. At oilier places m BoaNiNi mi iml loiio mill It was found that dummy batteries London, June 20 i I : 3 ." p. m.l nnd been placed with men of straw I The battle of the Dniester, which vv beside the cannon. The straw men! decide Die f.ile of the left wing of were lighted to produce smoke and the Russian army in Gnlicia, swavtil facilitate, the deception of the Italians buck and forth along the banks of! who however, discovered the subter-jthe river, so far without decisive re- i , , nrv-r t-i rrr. rr- naiw fuge. milts. The Russians have thrown con-! WOKS I FLOOD OF MANY Spies W ho aided the Austrian In j sidera ble reinforcements into this! directing their she ll (ire have proved i area, but whether they are planning j troublesome. One man pretended to a serious offensive or are merely, be an Idiot and was allowed to move j light ing stubbornly, preparatory to: aiiout ns lie pieaseil, the correspond- another retreat, Is uncertain. em fhiii. one nay tie was seen in n Loth Miles have lust heavily, (ien top waving Large Party of Former Commanders and Men of Influence, Under Administration Which Succeeded Madcro, Is Said to Be Congregating at El Paso for Purpose of Operating Against Juarez and Ojinaga; Whereabouts of Late Dic tator, Who Left New York Mysteriously for West, Has Not Yet Been Determined; Severe Defeat of Constitution alists by Zapata Forces at Mexico City Is Known to Ad ministration From Official American Sources. YEARS IN ALBERTA1 . i I ...... ... V, . V. ,1 1 ..In 1 A ... The former governor spent the j ""' ;?""". ."V. h'Th. u 1ST MONIN JOURNAL IPICUW LIABIO Wlftll CaUiiry, AHm'I l.i, June 2H. What j PllU I. ... .....-!.,.. 1.1 h..,,.lb..l...l,l..f ' .1 l: a, .1 .... . ,1 I Illtl "Uini H"U ' The narwaTfonvd I meVue-1 , having 'in .'7 v t " pl' -""'- TVS ly by a shower of Austrian .hells. Ue the Kusslans threw the Austro- i , n "Zl " ufiiiiuim i 'K iiciui lilt1 i i r ( ... . 4 i . 4t, YOUNG MAN'S DREAM L"'- " and with the Aus-! s of commuim atioti : " lengthening dully, the tusk of forcing far MONNIN4 jouiinal tpaciAL liasao wish (the Kusslans eastward b"comes htorei Los Angeles, June 2fi. Kenneth and more I Wallace, son of a former lieule.tiant laims th j governor may "sipiat" no longer onbi'cn forging ahead between the claim which he xtaked out in the I uneMer and the district they occu- 4 in i UT. to i:i:cn t I I, I'Aso nils tUM(i OF WEALTH SHATTERED nt::. 1 Inn' i down the l lit Louise 'city. of million feet of lugs went river when a boom broke bridge In the heart of the GENERAL WESSELS IS CONVICTED OF TREASON ffirmlilulili. A II lliui u h IL.rlinl nigni ai nome wun nis tamwy. lie plans to leave with Mrs. Slaton next , . . , ., p., , r . . . p. week for a vacation trip to Califor- M I DSH I PM EN S DEFENSE mu. iney were 10 nave ien lomgni inn , r. r- imit ii i rvi 1 1 1 mirlriln of ilw. .,,Mli,,n1.i.u .!.... ,.fij,leH i...t of t.eml.eri- th.. iiiUi.n.... but Mr. Slaton said lie had deterrnin-j WILL bt Y U I I IN INUVV j Sun Marino, near here ' lacks the charactei Istn s of the tin-1 ed not to leave under fire. wallae,. claimed that six aires of petuoiis rush so noticeable in former; '' u.s.l ...ci.l .....d .imi In the city streets double patrols the pnrv ,)ulUigtlln estate had stages of the Oalici.,,, . Hmpaign. I'loeinfotileln, I nion of South Af- of police were on duty, but there was J" .,," ld Jun, Vi A di fi- '''" overlooked in survevs and were The French and Herman annou.ice-l ''". 2(.,--Convicted of treason, no sign of disturbances, . " 1 ' P' ' ,' 1 t . ' I , .,. ,..'., it menis relntlv t.. . iu.hi,n i ,hl.U5etieral liarend Wcsscls. ex-uiember erta Were widely disrussed here. Tl report lrom ChU'iigo that liuertn was traveling west, ostensibly to the I'lin ama exposition, occasioned wide spread speculation of the possibility of his coining to El I'aso. Thin dis cussion did not mil'sld upon the publication of h New York dispatch containing n statement by A. Z. Kni tter, his confidential business associ ate, that Uencral Huerta wun "not j going to Kl I'uso." Numerous1 reu Isons wer-s iidvanced for or against th I possibility of Huerta visiting Kl 1'hho 4 ai'cording to how the individual . , views the Mexicnn situation. I I I'uso. IV .lime Vic- llllllll HllCIIll 1HSM' tlllOllgll Tin iinu ail. .V. M.. tonight on an I I Iu.ki A- Suuilnvclcrii train, ImiiiiiiI fur i:i I'iii), uinrillng lo i tulvliix front 'I in iin al l. 'I'lm train Is duo lu re ut 0:it(l o'clock -t Siinlay iiioroiog. i lew inauguration visitors remain ed in the city tonight and the crowds Were orderly. At a luncheon given today in hon or of the new governor, the retiring governor referred to the Frank case Xo I'ilrtto Vet UK "Honest people limy disagree with me, and honest men,'' he said, "but we realize that we, must be measured by our conscience. Two years ago a governor wasiieu tusi comnbiint nuainst Kiisilmi K. ltur hands of a case and turned over aheil one (lf the defendants, was filed Jew to a mob. For two thousand ; lv Ensign J . L . .Mci'iea w ith the coin years the governor s name has been i n',Undant of midshipmen and today accursed. If today another J'JW were j f,irwanied to the court by that offl l.ving in his grave because 1 had fail-. cpr liurhen was charged with con ed to oo my duty, I would all through j tempt, ("if court in attempting to talk my life have iiis blood on my handsjto a witness while the lalter was un and consider myself as an assassin : (,.r n,e guard of Mct'rea, through cowardice." I ! nation at the naval academy watt and served bacon and Ilea tin to visi- j reached today when Judge Advocate j tors. Watt, at the close of the .morning ses-1 The general land office, in a deci sion of the court of Inquiry, announced (nion which reached here today, held that he had no further witnesses to i that the tract, being w ithin an ittcrtr- Icall at thiK time. The defense uc, I porated city,' was not open tt. entry, ! inrdingtv will begin on Monday tile1 1 j examination of Its witnesses from I tinning the members of the regiment i .if ,iiiilhinmii iiiiu oiini'lereil aboard tnousnna ; nt, pg f t,,,. practice squadron. NEGRO POHTEHS ! 01 PRESIDENT'S of the uiiloli defense council, Was to day sentenced to live years' imprison ment and lined J5.000. Nicolas Kerfonteln and Mr. Con roy. u niimtier of the legislature, were to 1ispntMit tj-itm Ormany, nnd! ""'" yo"'"''"U io nuir eai. tuominent paper Vorwaeris, has! Western theater are so contradictory! as to afford only the haziest view of the situation, The Hi'rnian socialists nre ngnliii active in the cmise of peace, acoid- inif the been suspended Indefinitely for pule lishlng their (M'lice tippeiil. I itecruiling in Knglni'd for the j forgotten mind the hitli tension of) ; the campaign for munition workers. ; Tfiri nn iinnrinr III ssl.ws M TTl ( sti:o(. i c ' ItlMsTAM ; No reference to the Frank cuse was mude by Governor Harris in his speech He expressed the hope, However, that "we will have no more trouble.. Several Ten' Sloiiient.. I)tiring the inaugural ceremonies at the capitol tin re were several tense moments. When Governor Slaton ap proached th.. new governor to deliver the state seal a few biases were hear Fresidert Persons, of the slate senate, vorncd the spectators that unless they were in order the galleries would be cleared. Instantly there was a tu CAR FIGHT FIREli Strikers llcliirn to Work. Pittsburg. Kan.. June iti. I'pera tions were resumed at the two local' sm.-!i.-rs today, when the greater part, Wua C.Wlff FxPPIltiVP TnlcPS of the furnace men who have bee,, on; Hllt OIIIU f-XtLUUVb I tIMb strike, returned to work. The f'itts lurg Zinc company reached an agree ment with its employes and the Joplin Ore & Smelting Co. resumed with a partial force. I Long Auto Drive, Trio of Colored Men Earn Commen dation for Prompt Action, Summary of War mult of applause. ... . i 7ina rtf YoQiorHnil Presenting the seal Governor Matonj iltWO Wl M. vvf "Governor Harris, I know that dur ing my term of office this great state has not been dishonored. i Applause and lli-wes. I His words were greeted by another; prolonged outburst of applause. Leaving the ci'pitol the crowd sitrg-, id in on the former governor and had, to be iuld bacK by the militia. Hisses, and shouts greeted his ears. Gov-! ernor Slaton hurried to his automo bile. L'nder the impression that hui was on his way to the terminal sta-. tion the crowd hurried there, where, the police had to disperse a throng.; Meanwhile the motor car had iirrivea at the hotel where the luncheon to Governor Harris was given. IMV MOftHINU JOUftNAt SPtCIAL IIAIID WINB Windsor, Vt June 2ti. While Pres ident W ilson was taking a long auto- , 'mobile rule with members of bis fam- Publication of the socialist appeal Hy today, three neuro employes on fop I,..,.,,. Ims resulted in the suspen-iiiis private car were busy putting out Cologne (via lyondon, June 2(i, 10.30; p. m.) The I'.ussians 'ire covering; i the retreat of their armies from Gall-i ta by a vigorous defense along the middle course of the Dniester ratio r; than to the north ot I.embciK. lie-j cause the ground in the district , Where they are now making a stand 1 AUStl iciHS oilers greater nutur.,1 advantages, ac-j cording to an explanation of the pres ent situation presented by the t zctte. I A further barrier to the advance j of the Auslro-Germans Is strong lort ifications thrown up by tic Itus-j siiins at Kamiiinka, northeast of, l.einlierg. Husk, further south on the; Hug riv, r. and at Zlocowzw, alinosti due ensi of Lcmberg with which it is, connected by rail. The fiazi tie says it Is (xiiected.i however, that the advance of General i FACES ITALIANS 0!J BORDER LI Have Broualit Up Strong Reinforcements and Are Offering Effective Re-!;;;1"1 sistanco, V MOPNINI1 JDU.MAL tfACIAL LIAACU WlHlj Home, June ;H I N : ft,"., via Paris. U: .10 p. m ) -Itelnforcenielits fe ci Ived from both tlie eastern and wes tern fronts have brought the Austrian i armies operating against Italy up to sion by the German government of j e..t, 1, ,..!,,,. l.'t'it...liru ........ ..'Ill H fire which caused intense excitement r,.HllU ,, ril, movel.M Ilt on i ,! rr' i) .le.sir,.. i,y tn, the Her in newspaper Vorwaeris, , in ui sni.ni nnmnnu . " tne north bank or the nil ester. '',': ' ' , " ".. . ! . ...... ... .... .... .., a .... i oi-estileiil exinessed lileiisuie w hen he i lon obtained from (tin fl. Hitler. W nilll 1 1 IIS Mill ,,eiM l,l,l 'il I'll r.. . . . i w - i - , i casions to express views regarding the j heard of the work of the men. j SLAV ( Ol VI'Kli-.VIT ( K which aroused resentment In of-1 i ne uiree pmieis, w n u ik ii t KKI'l I.Si :i y AI STICI s .. hil.. -,l u ni l, nn war wliicti aroused reseiiiiiieiu m uci ...... .... liclal circles pn.aio car .ew l oik on a sin-i i ('bief objection to the socialist par-j lug Iiere, noticed smoke coming from i ,i,ilon. Jun,. -.'7 ( . m., T'ie; ty's propaganda apparently is based, the roof of a frame house nearby. ! official communication from Vienna i the belief that tt may creaie .itiisiuiig iiis.oe nn- .u-K n ninei . ni . . ei eiveu ny liiuier s leiigraui com-j ihe imiii'essiou that Germany'ine 1 1. lines i rum a si ne on me sei nun : puny ny way oi .vmsienlam. sa upon abroad is weary of war. 'ihe tier. nan government lv believes there is no real such a belief and takes Ihe position that both military and political con ditions ate lavorable to the Austro German allies. Hammering by Teutonic aimies against the Russian forces in Galicia continues witliout cessation, but ap- ntlv with less success man m I,, i lies luiiuht lur 1ST MOANINft JOUSNAL ttCiAL Llw '' I ,,i,,l,.n time '(! I 9:30 11. ill. ) Fof ' publishing the socialist appeal for ' '"J1"': ihu Vni imwn ins neen .-us- i ' tiler uis- f r. . ,u ,,..!,., ll Xord-1 uays name uiouk um . .... ottumnls or llie innun.i ..i.n floor had ignited some rubbish and evident-! that a woman was vainly trying to basis for ; smother the fire. l ight Finnic With Hands. Without waiting for assistance they SOCIALIST NEWSPAPER j SUPPRESSED IN BERLIN i i "In the Kusslan war theati r, be j tweeii the imlester and i'rulli, tin j eastern Kt'oiii of, General Pl'l.'inzer's j army has again repulsed greatly su jperlor Hii'-'sf'ii forces. Tile en, my Set to work to extinguish the flames succeeded in breaking; through at one with their hnnils. In the meantime I point nn our positions. Hut reint' . M e an alarm had been turned In and ajments came cp ouickly and after a few miniitis later the entire Wind ml, severe buttle th'i enemy was p-jeded. fire department, dragging' their ap-ivve took sevcmi nunilreij prisoners The fortifications and ib fen e works along the froiiti r now have liei n compleled and It is expected t li.it operations at some points like he livaronne and i'nlgiii.'i plateaus, Malborgeth, Pnilil pass, Tolmlno nnd G.itiv.ln will deelni into siege war fare similar lo that waged by Ger many iigainsl the Hilgian fortifica tions, i ni the remainder of Hie fimit the conl'ii, t is assuming the charade!1 of w Ii the si I uggle ft Ich is raging i front. I trench to t r the Fin in i-1 mil Uc peace pended. according to liatch from Amsterdam The denlsr-ha 4 lliemeine Zeiturig of Hf r lin, in chronicling the suspension the Vorwaeris comments on the so cialist pronouncement as follows: "The manifesto is greatly to be re gretted because it will create a high ly undesirable impression abroad. That manifesto may be interpreted as war weariness on the part, of Ger many, wiiich does not exist. Military events and the political situation of fer prospects of a successful peace. The German government on its own accord will do what is necessary. Vn til then there is only one watchword for Germany 'hold through.' " YOUNG WOMAN KILLED BY NEGRO WHO SUICIDES UT MOKNIN JOUSHAU MCIAL LCAHO WlStl Philadelphia. June 26. Joseph Thomas, a negro butler in the em ploy of Frederick K. Hastings, secre tary of a Philadelphia manufacturing Paper company, shot and killed Miss Hattie Watson, sister-in-law of his employer, at Devon, near here, to day. Thomas then committed miidde. The motive for the clime is unknown. w i:Tiu:n pare i imwt of i he many : . . .... ... .1-.., i !..li..i n trie long wci-ks ui m- ............ n lor the possession oi 1 and l.emlierg. From I'ctro- luims of victory ill a six was for ifl foothold on the north umiK "nvmn been frustrated, me luiesi official statement admits that Rus sian tones still hold the rmht bank near Haluz. this being coupled with .i... xiuieinerit that General von I.in- uimri.ii's troops ate keeping ,JP attacks to elfect a their; and that parittus, appeared. I he tire iiuickly put out and the porters ciived the thanks of the citizens their work. The president's private car Is being kept here constantly In case u crisis in the foreign relations arises, and the president should be called hurriedly to Washington At present he h,v no expectation of leaving before July 4, Wilson Spends (Jtiict Day. With members of his family, the president himself spent a very quiet and uneventful day and night. He remained at the "Summer Whitt House" working on some correspond ence this morning and late this after- "Ijuring the day and last niu'lit. the tnemy repeated his attacks at sev iral points on oyr front, but everv w here wan repulsed with heavy losses. Our front is without change. The Homed hussars regiment, No. K, and tiie Croatian laiidwehr especially dis tinguished themselves in these actions. The remainder of the front of ne army of General Pflanzer is iiuiet. "(in the heights to the northeast nf Zurawiui and near i'hodorow, fightuu is proceeding. The allied troop stormed several villages and repulsed the Russian counter-attacks, other wise the situation in Galicln Is unchanged," i'i u ill nu t n i a i iiuiju r LtiL i FOR AMMUMITIDH i BYLABORLEADER .i:imi ax i:wsppi:iis iwmi:m ma.mi i;sh n.issin l. . , i.. ntnmr liel.veeil liir"i Jr. ' . " rfiu,eiet east of Leni- noon went a iitomobiling through the un.esver i- i Connecticut valley to Hanover. N. H. Along with 'accounls f ,erniaii and Whit- U.ver Junction, Vt. H, military activity an Hnssmn Poiana ii was accompa,,., w,e , ,., !(.r,j, .,,. .,- (vlil UmthMt was at the same time reported that j and M rs. ! rancs 11. S.i re, MIsh Ma. - (, 1.)S,J fiir ,p ,llH. many big guns from Ksseu. G.-rmany. ; garet dsoi. and Ir l-irl I. '-ray. ,,. w.,t,list manifest,, declaring were being Hllipprd ifdo that region. .,n. M iss Helen U oodrow ior.es and f( r ,.,. ,i1. ,Hrla(n ,.,.,,,,, lor aimuie. j v . .... tt, e nre una nlnious hi coiiilenimni; It I den house. I The Vossisi lie Zeitung ironouni ey u suecessesl Luring the ride the president nnd j incmprelieii.-ible and devoid of nil 1 pot farjhis party became lost several time i u(,i(. t averts that even the sm lalisl border, t ue ami .nr. I'r'n '") press inlmUs the nn possliiilitv , if leav- possibiy in preparation drive at Warsaw. Pronounced German seemingly have occur re from the Fast Prussian Kl Ulitto tlermans claiming storm of a Ki:ssian Tw.Dn... t.riA the , I him . . ,,,..., ,,.V, ,, i nai ri'mon mi ....... I'OKIt'ASI. Washlnuton. June "1. New Mexico: Fair ,unday and Mon-lsy: not much change in temperature. the position f. ussians lino- a reverse m superior art ry by the Germans. Neither French nor German state ments indicate operations of imme diate moment i" the western arena. The French admit lack of progress, due in many places it is -Jet dared, to storm-ravaged ground, while the Ger mans set forth the repulse "f all French attacks and the regaining of some trenches. From Petrograd comes the news oi an important change in the a')iiiet hi r.ciuiui nn or lienera. homlinoff. the Russian minister war. capture bV three natives along me roausiun ami north oi asseu me way. in no m-iam e uc, mi- adtnit- men show any sign of recognizing ITALY'S FLEET NOT SENT TO THE DARDANELLES of IBT MORHINV JOURNAL SPIClAL LCaHO WIHC1 llmrie. June -5 (via Paris, 11:4". p. ml The report recently in some ipiarlers that Italy had sent a tleet of warships to Join the Anglo-French tleet In the Dardanelles, was semt-of-licially denied here today, The state ment says that the rtport "at least, is premature." ing wholly unchanged the territorial tat tin of the countries Involved. The K reus Zeltung thinks il would constitute a grave danger to a coun try fighting tor its very existence to permit the manifesto to stand uninii liadii ted. 'i be statement tiiat the working classes are o posed to the an nexation proH.sil is denied. The pa per asserts that the suggestion that 1 Germany make peace overtures Is to isk Germany to assume the role of IBV MOANIN9 JOURNAL VFCCIAu IIAIIU WIHf I London, June 2'' i'i::',2 p. m. I Trade union leaden today issued a manifest., addressed to their fellow tiaile unionists, saving: "We are face.) Willi a great respon rii.Ility and at the same time are pie- eenled with 11 nnmiiit'iei nt oppoi tu-! ... nilv. We are called upon to assist in i s.ning our nation and lis allies who ; :re tigtitn.K tor civilization and inter la.tional law as -ig.iinst bat liarism mni brute force," After calling attention to the se r mis position of Hie Jirillsh and Pus. nibii armies in the field, in eonse uueiic,. of the shorlage of inuriitloiis Hie manifesto appeals to "everv skilled workmen of Ihe engtiienrlng ar.d allb-d trades win. is not at present ciigaitcfj upon war work to enroll him self as a volunteer in tiiis hour of reed; demonstrate lo his comrades in the irinclies and to the whole world that Uritish trade unionism stundM for all that is best in national life, national freedom and In national )T MOftNIN IOURNAL SRICIAL LIAVIO WIHII Washingloti, June 26. Oflicial news of a severe defeat of the Cur i,in,,i forces advancing on Mexico City was quite overshadowed ill In terest today by tiniiouncementH from both the Carmnza and Villa agencies here that a large party of Huerta ad herents, former niilltiirv commanders and 1( glsl itors, were en tolito to ICI Paso, piifiumubly with the Intention of starting a new military movement. The Villa agency announcement, eotntnunlcstei) id tho itals ,.!epiij. mint, said U hud n report, which, however, was not positive, that Vic Inrlnno f 1 in i tu was among IIiosa in Ihe party. General Huertii B set relnrv In New Votk, however, denied that the former dictator was op his way to the border. General Jim rta left New York for the west last Wednesday land It was reported he was bound lor San Francisco, j New .Movement Afisit. j The Carranza agency. In a stute I ment, charged that General Felipe i Angeles, Villa's chief lieutenant, now In the I'nited Statis, came to set the I new movement afoot. I The Carninza and Villa agencies I have agreed lu their public announce i luenls, probably never before, sine they were eslaidished. The fact that ' both agree,! that II new movement was afoot In .Mexican artaiis was 1 as more than usually slgnifl Knrliiie Llot'ente, confident in I ag ent In Wiisliingloti f General Villa, Issued the following statement: "The confidential iigemy lias re el Ived most authentic Infoi inatlon that on a train early this morning en route from Kansas City lo F.I I'uso. tin re passed tin-ouch San Antonio, Texas, Generals Ygnacio Hlav.i, Fd nanlo Cofostiel.i. ami several military j chiefs with former i oiigres,-iuen and I senators of (be Huerta administration. lliicrtn's Movi incut I nccrtaln. , "II is ni.-,, reported, though not positively, that Vict,. i ifiiio Huerta is wit h I lie party. I "The ageiay is advised thai the j purpici. of Hi,, visli of these former ; 1 1 iiert istas to Kl Paso is to organize 'expeditions again t Jo lie, and 'Ji tiiuil,! Willi mi leenai io reciiilled along the border, ' "The i onfidcnl ial agency was ad j vised tod. iv tlial the Ca ri a nzisl ,i army 1 ii n i l. i- General otn-egon was repoiseti at I 'c n li I i s. south of Aguas Callenles." The Carranza agency issued Ho- lot ' low in,; slat, ineiii : "Fr.rriivr officers of Ihe fedeialisl army ate Cvrni entrnting at Id Paso wilh a view In ergaiil.ing a in w m nv, no nt arainsl be ennst K ntli I- ist government in MeVto mid iu ta vor of Hie reactionary element", ac eording lo inform .'iion reelvct today. In the group en route Just now ir,f Kl I'aso, are Generals ftravo, t.'aus and Fliseo Col lea, together with a num ber of officers of lower rank In the old army of J'orfirio Iiiaz. and Vk-to-liano Hnerlu. ' Gal i'efing at Kl I'uso il is known Unit 111,' plalls of the cx-federa Ih an to eliminate Villa by iiasuniimt con-ti-,,1 of Ins fun . s and driving that army into lino for the old regime. This is Ihe plan of Gen. Felipe An geles and it is on hi-, initiation and us lln, result of bis recent uctivilies In tin; I'lntel Stales (hit the movement has bee n sla l ted Scarcely less Interest wuH displayed In the published report that private advices from Washington slated lha Klevcnth Limed Htutes cavalry and eight troops of the Twelfth cavalry would be ordered to Fort IIUsb with in tlie next two months. The recent activity . of Mexicans along the border east of Kl F'aso, the discovery of fourteen machine yunii and f. 0 1) rides n a local warehouse ownid by parties known to bo con nected Willi the, .i!d c 'n'lfteij party and th reporti d (ippDui'Hnoe of Gen. YiifZ .Sal iiar with a small band of men In western Chihuahuu, w?re dis cuss, d. Others likewise professed to find significance in the reported pres ence of foimer General I'asrual Orois co ill FJ Paso. Advices leaching here tonight slat ed that several Mexicans, former ad herents of General Huerta. were en route here from Isan Antonio, Texas. KI.I.MIXATIOX OF Ml. LA I'l.W OF 111 Fil l A mi :.v stun Antonio, Tex., June "9. Kllml nalii.ii of General Ilia and coalition wilh Villa's chief lieutenant. Felipe Angeles, Selection of VuHipiez Tagle as provisional president and the res toration to power In Mexico of a party headed by Victoriimo Huerta, former dictator. Is Ihe outline of a new pro gram In Mexican politics which will be adopted at a conference of ele ments antagonistic to the other revo lutionary leaders, now tiithtring in Kl I'aso. This statement was made here to night bv Kduardo C Hcrreixa, a for mer Villa commander, and taken in connection with incidents of recent date, attracted widespread attention among followers nt the Mexican sit uation. Victor Huerta, nephew of General Huerta, with a number of former leaders under I Inert. i s administration, Including . Gein ialH Ignacio Bravo, Jose Aiesslo Ito Ides and tdhcrrf, left here loniliiy for Kl Paso, where II was rumored they would be Joined by Gen eral Huerta next week. Sinlos Chocanow, iicccpled here u official si okesriian for General An geles, and who has been here for three weeks, has held many conferences with Huerta adherents. He refused to discuss the reported new move ments except to say General Angeles would not he at any conference lu Kl Paso. "The Kl Paso conference is lo de cide liow Villa may be gotten out of Mexico and Tagle elevated to the presidency.'' said Herrez.i.i. who Inti mated Hint oilier details of the -lini-paign prolialy hud been settled al-leadj. II.LA t)l!l)l II WORKS IIAKIiMIII' IX ItF.AT NONOIIA I'I M'.nl Ts of III I It I' is vi i.si iov of iioi i: .Minuen d iountry and that this de-i etirity. maud tends to weaken Germany by creating the impression abroad that a considerable Part of the peoplo are tired of war, which Is fals". The Tages Ziltuii'j; regards the pub lication of the manifesto, as r.-gretta- I Th. vi'.,t,!r...a,. totiicd Henderson, chairman of party in the house of Charles W. Howerman, I; ber oth' by Arthur the, labor commons: bor mei.i- uf parliament for lieptford and r prominent trade union 1st. Pa-. tiled here loila an air of myst ty if impotlaiit dev. ing. Lead lions Wei ll, rents, but not n word ted to leak out as to tl the conversations. .Miguel Diaz l.nribardo, foreign sc ntar..' in ihe Villi cabinet, spent u I usy dac in conference wilh many support,'! of the Villa cause. He is sued no statement snbfe'ipi, lit to the one of the forenoon in which hn re ferred to tne cordial relations ,,f Vil la and General F lipe Angeles and said Hie utiestion of whether he would get to Washington still was Ulldel id, d. The whereabouts and probable des tination of Geiieiul Victoriano Hu- Douglas, All... June All Hour mill owners iu Sonoia, Mexico, have I e.-n untitled by the Villa military authorities not io sell flour to civi lians under mi) circumstances, as It will be needed for the army, accord ing to reports brought here today. Ilecause us these orders fartueis ire said to be making their own Hour iu primitive stone mills, and have i eased selling to the mijls. Grain crops surrounding many towns ami villages me going to ruin because of lack of l.'il.or to harvest lliem. Laborers in southern Moctezunia and northern Kahuaripa districts arc refusing t accept issues of war scrip, demanding wheal 'n payment of 1 'ex., Jane -There was ' i i i ( y in M e a a i, ,11 eles With this uclivlly came ami llie possioiiuv wages. Inpnients 'mpi'iid-j - , . . , rs of various Mexican fue-l A;F.I.I-:s IHAIf'N .VI. I. iloseted wlih their ad-i RI I'ORIS OF DLTFtTION' s perm r.aliire '. I'a.stori, June .'it C.fiiieral Felipe Angeles, who is visiting his family in -ilhis city, denied emphhticKlly tonight thnt lie ha,! a nv t lues to do with the reported Intentions of a. large, party of Huerta adherents to start a new rnilit'iry movement in Mexico a charged 'n a statement from the farruruea agency in Wa-liington. MethiHlb-i .Minister I lien. Meadville, Pa., June K. Rev. The odore I.. Flood, one of the best known ministers in the Methodist Episcopal church, died at his home here tonight.