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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING J OURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION .1TII VKAU WVI1 . 3. TWELVE PAGES. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEX! SECTION ONE Pages 1 to 8. lMllv l I urn, r Mall, l.'Kl Ooplc. &V TIlii. llll MARRON & 100 EXONERATED 81 ' JUDGE PDPE IN ft Explains That He i At ision ase SAYS PUBLIC GOT OFF ON THE WRONG F00T! Any Suspicion Had Rested on Albuquerque Men Prompt Action Woudd Have Followed in Disbarment Proceedings, URMIN9 JSI1KNAL) -Federal Judge terdoy signed a Pope uiiili mental decree in the celebrated. ne of Harcia vs. I'.nrcla, exonerating hi firm nf M irrnti & Wood and hah nembers Of Ihe firm, from any sus ii. i in of wrongdoing In connection nth the three letters Introduced In rldence In the Garcia com Which fere alleged to have boon forged. I, will be remembered that In the iriginal opinion handed down by udge Pope language was ueed which rai conatrued as a reflection on the lineal COndUOt of the Alliuciier'iu- iwyeri. in ii"' lupplemental opln mi rendered yesterday fudge Pop DtTectl thin impression and stales hat If any sueh idea hud been In his nind M would have taken action to isve had the member! of the firm lisharied. The opinion is as follows In the original opinion in thin he curt found that the three otters, exhibit! 144-1). 145 and UO-b, Wied upon hy plaintiff as a written cognition by Qarcla that she was his fetid, was not writlen by Qarcla hut ire fabricati illlote lean til'' ag alter the diitis they bear Rte one place, hy the same In; ent. and with a view to prov e Tiei'essa I V in kliowleilgetlli III ,,f ' e paternity of the child.' "Henm. 0, X. Marion and Fran- E Wend, meml'ers of the hur 01 this niiirl and the attoi nos ot la i mil for the plaintiff In this cause, iye filed a motion w no h. Anile not (klni i change in this finding, re Klt! uf ihe court an additional ndlng upon the nuestion of whether not either of the attorneys con Kted with this cans,' were either anies or pi n ii R to such fabriea Oti Ol e Idencr, and whether or not ah letters were lahrieated with the know oilier n(' s dge, consent, connivance or nrivln of either Ol said in the cause lotion is Unit inlei ad hy tl stood and in The erolllld of the original opin- tho court haH 'been nterpreted by many the public and member! ol Hie ,r us imputing to the firm of Mar a ,v Wood, and to th Individual embers of said firm, l espoiiHlhllit' r sin h fahrieuted exhibit!, or that By km w of and were in some mull- r privy io such falsifying fabri- ting of the exhibits ' mil SI even il is manifest that Ibis if arnnted, can not at- merits ,f the case since Ihe is tunc since become icrein h thlch this matter has taken, in least Rttrentlally If nut explicitly, declares rhal ihe petitioning attorneys ask to . Itatcd in so many words. Had there ecu evidence before the court Juatl ylng the belief lhat said album i. I icerned in the fabrication of niil exhibits, or had the finding above n the duty of the court to have clt the offending attorneys for dis-ment- duty from which it would have shrunk. The fact that it has dene 0 should, to the bar and to public, be a sufficient Indication t there was, in Its opinion, no mid fur doing1 so. As. however, the matter in ipies i concern officers of this court, as iii deference to the future they entitled, if desired, to an explicit ' Mjon from the court upon this nt, the court makes the further ling to follow that portion Of the nil, n first above quoted I The COUtl finds no evidence in thy ae nistifvltiK the belief thai I . N. Man- i and Francis B. Wood, or Of them, were either parlies or to the fabrication of said I' I Indeed. Ih,. evidence found In rord upon this issue is to the la' Fa. New Mexico, this August PRESIDENT SOON TO RETURN T0WASHINGT0N l!f MONHINC JOUHNAL FiCI A L LIASID SI Cornlh, N. H., Aug. 7. Presldi al "ilaon, it became known tonight. I" Planning to relum to Washington to gl in personal touch with recent de velopments In Ihe Mexican situation, diplomatic exchange with Great Brit ain and Germany and other pressing official husine!!. under ordinary con tlltloni the president haR found it pn Uble to direct the activities of the dif ferent executive department from the 'summer White House" here, bill within the last few days so mans prob lem demanding ipiick action have de veloped that he feels he should go tO "ashington The exact date of the president's de Partara has not been decided on but h probably will be back In the White House before the end of next week. U KATHEH POREOA8T. Washington, Aug. 7. New Mex ico: Riinday, shower and warmer northwest portion; Monday, show er in eait portion, fair west por tion, warmer. SPECIAL OPINION AMERICAN IMPORTERS GREATLY INCONVENIENCED MOHNIN JOUHNAI Washington, Am I" I'li-is 1 1 have srian nifr. handise Pfcifti iiid win!) . T. American im ontrai ted for Itt'l- m i i l whose shu ments (lave been hold up by the Brit- kn ardor in council arc flooding th siaii' acpat tun Bp port unity in tveii under til thai payment don financial POibl bencf with request release their goods. ' last tritish proposal he made through Lini ments to prevent nnv t to liorniaii Inter prol ably will m mode m on for : Roods urn Mm h . h-ld at 1 porta ahfi ! ase of a Small ouantitv of i and other neutral ady has bei n paiii for. ail the importers are urging the depart ment to secure some concession fr HI ire.tt Britain that will allow their Shipment t tue out, holding thai tlnv cannot lie ordered to pay twice. This phase of the question has boon presented to Great Britain through Ki Richard Crawford, the commercial MAYTORENA C VICTORY IVIo AT NOGALES BY UORNINO JOURNAL IPIt lL LlAtir Wlftll New York, Auk. 7. There has been received in New York from Nogale a dispatch from Jose Maytorena, eon stitutionai governor of the state of Sonera. In Which the writer declare! that he and the force! under him Were victorious In the fighting that took place at Ndgale, Bonoro, on August I The message from Qovernor ktayto- The Carranxa fores violated the pact entered into through (ten Hugh Stott and occupied the hills aur-l rounding Nngales, with more than' l.fitll) men. At the head of my troops I advanced against the enemy, and at tar a fight of three hours the follow-; cm of Carrara were beaten and forced to retreat They left dead and wounded on the field, lost arms, am-1 munition and provisions as well as I forty horses and eeveraj mules. We captured many prisoners and one; TORCH OF VICTORY" IS TRANSFERRED TO JERSEY T MORNINO JOURNAL ariCIAL LIASIU WOtl) New York. Aug. 7. The 'Torch of Victory" which the women's political 'union of New York has carried throughout the state was formally tranaferred today to ihe Mew Jeraey organization. The transfer of the aymbol was made at mid -st tea m from tugtoati in the '.I iidson river. Mis II. ii Havemyer headed th New York delegation, which erui-oil gbOUl 111'1 river for half an hour wait ling for the tug bearing 'he New ,. r- sey Women before it was learned the lnap ii had ai flral r fused to al- ! low the N( w Jersey women to board their tug because il was not lu ens 1 to carry passengers. Mrs C Viintt inkle, head of the N Jersey organization, accepted t "torch" from Mrs Havemyer, It w ; now he sent on an ajBtowroblle tour a pari of Ihe suffrage campaign thai slate. BAGGAGE OF PASSENGERS SEARCHED FOR BOMBS lav MottNisa j. New Yolk, ! of earl he,', fl i lcun li fully a I plosive ! largest i ol itn Liverpool aboard the Amer ir St. Louis today Was eare rched to? bombs or other ex ilic passenger list was the the liner has carried in a I long time, every bet th but i i occupied. Three Americans were at 1 1 1 ii paaaengera sailing for I '! the Anchor liner Camron steamer carried a larc car 8 supplies. i While Speculation in War Spe cialties Is Carried to Ex treme, Country Generally Is i on Sound Basis, MOSNINa JOURNAL ICIAL Cf AIIO WIAt) New York, Aug. 7. Attempt! to moderate the fury or speculation this week made their principal impression in a lessened volume of transactions Money lenders exercised discrimina tion in accepting the more volatile war order stocks as collateral. Occa sional profit-taking movement re flected a disposition towards pru dence. Musculation was fortified by the substantial evidences of business from war orders profhabli The VOl anlary advances ill wages 1 .' a llllm- her of companies enguged in this bus iness was one of these Rig iron production at the end of Inly rem hed a rate of 11,000,0 OS a year, which is in excess of any year's actual output. These r. suits m the basic industry admittedly were caused largely by buying war muni tions. The same teslll.tion applies to the rotir.se of other trades and to business in general. Speculation in railroad slocks lagged, hut prices were generally firm in sympathy with industrials. EX- tren use iy the money market was undisturbed. Weather conditions for harvesting wheat occasioned some anxiety. Indefinite continuance of the war was Inferred from the week's new. The plan for joint government actio in Mexico wax an influence In some stock. uxlliurv Iti-liop DM, The Rlghl WEEKLY REVIEW OF BUSINESS IS MOST PLEASING i tl Ml wallKee. Aim. I .- Rev. ESdward Knzlowskl. auxiuarj btshnp of Hie Milwaukee CathOlM archdiocese, died tonlaht In a hnspi- 1,, 1 where in- was recently opcineu buncle on Ins neck. BENNETT FINDS NORWAYCDUNTnY OF WONDERFUL SCENIC EFFECTS Enthuses Over People, Moun tains, Valleys, Streams and Quaint Customs Found No where Else in World, LURE FOR TOURISTS IS BEYOND COMPARISON Northern Region of Westei Europe Has Lessons Economy, Education Simplicity of Living. in and ill I'. inn .) Bergen, No not seen 11 gl ill hoth tow ii I at i ml . nut aeen with tuntr) I fall 1 ha. nigh to maki The i lis 1 WO ant of i would In Bummer when ii tlal Bur Ing that The p Not way g i bo llllSt lie. espi chilly this w. is so difficult to fl pe a place for a hi Is hoi h safe and : assage from our IS cheap- 1 80, I Is il front New York ig as to lie tedloua, I erlkg of itocky utile cart horaea thai ig charm oi Norway I run to an ibundtnee of Bn between thai the further yoiiUhe eyes and thai are tethered not hy lUtifu ami wonderful pitching (trap or weight! bul hy a thin I. beeotne. (if COUfae, j ehAtn run from the .art to Ihe right the the the land until is that this charm lies in h i ty of ihe acene. You get the mountain and you gel the sea; you get the w ild and precipitous and you i tP'l the gently pastoral, and some-1 l inn s you gel the lour combined lni lipiant roonii v. And If you can imagine a N.,w Kng-j land flShlni illaue touched with1 inedievallsni a picture nobody ran imagine you have a. hint of some of tin. extraordinarily piquani contraital certain of the ancient west coast towns of Norway afford. In this country they build mnnu- n. cuts to road builders, and the builders deserve the tribute, bine made accessible by CllndM evefl a tenderfoot tmniiv foeisi .',IH r 1,960 feel high. Above this' harbor of Bergen old Rundemand to a height of road Phej lha' .IKMl feet ami Ihe superb cartage road lead itiK to the summit is so cleverly man euvered along the lower slopes that there Is not a step of the way when till traveler making the ascent on foot for the first lime is really put to it for breath. What they say of th,- townepeople - that they climb RUHdt mand of a Sunday morning to get an appetite for Siindio dinner is literally true list Sunday I made the climb In the ,r, ernoop with my companion in ibis in terlude to war correspondence, and all lib, mi) up We nu t troops of bins and girls an. I old men. and even little chil dren, who had gone from Ihe glorious1"'1 summer weather in the valley to the,v'" Klimrnitu wlli'l'p lb., stiour ii 'ln fnlliiie i lllll - now and who w re making a singing return t,, the town. Costumes of Olrls The girls wore short skirls, and their fhlek hair bung in braids below the waist Some had a touch of the ancient and extremely graceful natlv costume In their dress, such as a scar let bodice front embroidered with heads, but most were dressed solely with an eye to comfort on a day s tramp - stout walking shoes, short skirts, find warm .tuckets. All were hathss. Many of the boss carried guitars or accordions and sane the plaintive swinging airs ,1' the i.orth, songs thai Incline Ihe llitenet to plaintive musing, and vet because they stir the imagination, produce a certain exhllarallon. 'Ihe people, old and young, moved placidly along, pausing frequently to feast upon the prospect which a I urn of the road or an opening among the tries afforded. Above them the moun tain were touched with snow, and a light mist that held the threat of rain hung over the remote penks. BelOW them was radiant sunshine, and Bergen, girdled by titanic walls of green and granite, lay shimmering at Ihe end of the harbor; truly shim mering, for the black roofing tiles seem never to lose their gloss, and in some lights th" old HnnMniic com mercial Stronghold has Ihe appearance of a town freshly shellaced. Cboractcii sties of Bergen. i n the brood walks enclosing the town park Bergen was taking Its promenade. Bergen is always more i,r less on promenade when the weath er Is bright, but, Irrespective of th weather, it goes promenading In the afternoon from 1 o'clock to 2 and In the 1 veiling from 7 to I with a formal ity that amounts almost to a rile. Ihirlng these hours the military bnul plays and the IP rgener. moving in wide procession along the east side of the park either visit with anima tion or flirt sedately. of the endless daylight which sum mer brings they make Hi,, fullest use, and after the evening meal tit 8 O'elOCk many of the people resume the promenade, with the result that tin streets are lively until nearly mld n;ght The refrain of one of the old songs of the rewion of which Bergen I the metropolis Is "Live and Let lave," ond those Who know Norway well sny the I'ergeners live the refrain, not fever ishly but on a normal basis that sus tains the whole social fabric pretty evenly. 'inly a few of the men ore yerv rich and not many are very poor. Almost everybody works, Ineludinx the daugh ter! of families of name and position, but nobody has to work killing hard. All the banks are closed from 2 to half-POSl 4, and for at least the hour of th afternoon promenad" every body more or less makes holiday. Life Is simple, but It is full of a ra- The pet tlx Kor a ll A Mr l ' ai,.l the coun'ry . wn w.thln a few minutes' itr lie can idle in the which I an interesting a Him because f the am i of strange fish on sale I can wander on to Hie m market and find other exl rbj iiow. ii I : displa; id in littl, i in r on (resiles set U. quart w ho li ext. edge At the far til,' seene is i omnia of the dramatist of HeiKcli. whose lanwe. pavod watei square bronat native Holhel'tJ, works wi I. mi the Mutely tribute having 'in coiporuled 1 -1 1 in nk and Norway wit contemporary Burope and left t,, th twin nations a modern literature. modern itage, and Kroni his pedeit hank the ban lac. vlin was an OXoni of Addison and "l on ceaaeleaa traffic i modern prose. I in front of the i old Norwegian, II and a disciple Locke, looks out i it1 diversion. Vast Shipping Trade. Th,. harbor bnsiti roofed wnrehottpei ,,; the HanseaU teenth centuts an some extent then tin ed b) peak i the sites el the flf- luating to r.'hiieclur, , Nor-1 come I loading inguutd houses, lumbal tor the uncertain voyage to arc lied up In front of Ho Wat Other ships have drpoilted from the north and batei of w Ihe south. A Noi'W i glan soldier w Ith i encircling his round hat tin I . org trow Ith a plume trampa upi sentiy-go on. and down on dUM on lol i the ramparta of the grass mown or! warehouai i. v Nor ress hehilld tile I u eelan Wlllslllo SWIIUts I' dh with I'on.il kilj Of a a pic appear to ha as,, lift, The liv ll cheap. I haw- to . lgnor I toe tide on the other aide of the bar B there ; p.;,.. re every i he white northern lunihtne glvea summer, j u, picture a Hteeh brightneM and Ihe ill Oen-1 heen air, which unites the pine of tic lay m ik-j mountain, with th,. tang of the tea, iring. ; stirs the mind 1 tlreieaa est m the horea to I minutae of Strang, carffoea, ihe cries ve, on a f wharf men. the strong types of i Bergen ! aallor and fisher fin es. and Ihe acamp. foreleg. AMHERST ISOLATED FROM HISTORIC HO (BY MORNINO JOURNAL tPICIAL LRAtBD WlMB) Holyoke, Mass., Aug. , Sixty thouiand eltlawna of this city ami ,ouo cltlaem of Ambeist went without trolley service of an kind today be j a use' Ho' direetorn pi the riot) ok Street Railway oomuanj and it h 860 1 I striking eniploycs rould not agr i any method of arbitrating the nuea- li.ms of wanes and working eOUdl-1 I lions at issue btdveen them, i Summary of War News of Yesterday ' That the armies of Grand 1 "il. I Nicholas, after evacuating Warsan In an ordert) manner, are not et out of the mesh spread by the German! to i cut off their os, ape to the , ai i ward, is Indicated in ports in w in, h ot the Russian i ; ussla.ii ifflcii it is said i i I to the Polish i 1 1 1 li t of I he tula in pur.' 'I he Russl artillery on bridge bj line oill ic uermuiiM tin- Berlin which dedal aniline to I is In h official ' I eommunieatlor I the Russians ' arsaw li om bank of the ri lu the mean ; of the Polish ' ill l: (he RUN! I i lime ihe Germans north capital, who at e Invest- j ii fortress of Nov ogeor haH In en left to its ow n glevik, which : resources, pa l i jthe Narew riw east of Wai IttW the Vistula, th penetrated i , While In ll between tic s far as, c south- BUS and Teuti ns asscil they d the Russians to evacuate tons near Ruskowola. turthi i n end of ihe eastern i , petrograd claim i he lei . re elved a check III their battle front, mans have enveloping Riga, lie Russians Ha driven bach Intimate i time being forts in the i,i 11 llle legion ot tal. where the lets have been Petrograd also nun. iat the Teuton for the have abandoned their f- direction of Riga null ate Itirnlna Iheir ot t ,-ll t inn to stem a l.us- slan flanking movement from the di rection of Ponlewesch, The evacua tion "f l,v ''lvil l'"l"'llltloll. however, continue apace. Del ill' of th -apt i i e iciiing I ,, ,n thai all the king dolus of nj were represented in the capture of the city. ih,. prusaians. it is now asserted, were the first ta enter th city after itorming th southern fori, while Saxon, Bavarian and Wuertemhurglan troops carried ihe western fortified position. The Russians, after insisting stubbornly retired under cover of darkness, Al Munich, after the news of War raw' capitulation was receive. I, 100, nun Bavarian gathered m the central Miliar,' or the city and with I, an, I head.- sail- I mi ITS of thanks fol man arms il pray to ier- i : i menl French rgonne splrltei i mans ides In I em and .ullh hiiml thi- foret is announced in a french da commune fttlOn which al-, ports fighting with hand grenadei I nmhl iii the I icuiitv of gOUChCX, ,ffi- e- md Lllll artillery duels In Ihe region of Tr o h-Viii and Berry-att-Boc. In PlOnderi ln Gorman claim b have forced Hie Relgians to evacuai some portion "f their ttdvanend posl tion over the Vser river south 0 Dixmude, Tnof flClal illspntehes from Turii u,.i' Ih.. It.o.r li.il ii uli ,n, ,1 the sum mil of M.mte s.in Michel which dom- reform an, sla thai the revolution u ii,,. voBirl wn of (lorizlaialins at could be .aiiied out In ai and whose full la now said to appear Imminent A second Italian submuiine, the Nereid, I reported to have been de stroyed In an engiixement In the idrl n ti with an Austrian submersible, Wttu I" Hie water ironml tlieiit I'.ri Willi HIV 111 ill - h smacks hav e In I Ii S'l, I to the bottom and a iianish steamer set on fire, presumably bv German undersea bouli. VILLA CHUCKLES T MEET ENEMIES Action Against Foreign Me nmn Me Gei n in Abey Until nve: DENIES EXECUTION OF CHIHUAHUA TREASURER Concealment Rn Punic Of Oil Goods With Recent Is to Death, BV M.IWNIN i:i IMSO. j Caruthera, I department . t, orril a I staled llHlaj that if lien. Hugh 1. Sr. pending itt. chief of itaff of the i nited states army, on Ifnndav. I,, nnnfav with i:.h..i,.i villi , . JuarM ; ,.,,.r,..i ail action of the northern against foreign merchant' corporations would he do d lake up wilh V illa the conflecatlon of properly ,.f foreign merchant and tin ileet of gllsl I I I'lll It IM tin i i em eaii to a meeting of milling corporation rop- ii ioi coneideratton of a gravi Importance," as well i I llturei of I'an-Ainei'ii an on ihe pacification of Mi v lllll J ieo. developed j Carranaa todi I General VI Illilll it ol'fi, I territory he toinoi row ai by ihe brief of General lummoned hli all purls of the ior a meeting n 1 1 luarea, Wants Mori light. news that taented to ' li io i ai I'ai ranzn onfer with other Factloni was received here with gr.m fli ainm bj adherent of General Villa General Villa received the news with i gruff chuckle and said he could make no comment until he hud mine Copies ,,f an official manifesto n - oelved lodaj dated August 2, fixed execution as the punlahmenl for fail ure of merchant! to declare all mer- DhandlM lu their possession. The manifesto reads i "V. nuili.. known Io all the Inhabi tant! i f this capital who have war- liSe -tore, I III WHlehllUSfS of pll dwellings that they must declare I vate 1 the I Wi existem nty-four itdent: . f the wllhiii hours P this on inlclpol Invcal igaic 'ondut t Representative! of mercantile natlonali with General S'llla at .i Merchants. governments of who conferred Juarez reported nf iica ted foreign tie '. h ol been mid lllll In hole lllllges of I eliding Ini M pitallslng the al the release guilty WSJ to report eaiurer Wll! IS The ri - i IhlhUU bun, W'n s execute i today bv General villa tated h was captured whii fhghl from Chihuahua CUy, ra led I here and w as executed. iigcies xpoioM's itan, Oen. Peilp Angeles late tonight is sued the following atfltemenl upon ih, Carranaa brief and the state depart ment'! announced program; "The American fcovernmenl has thi correct and exact conception of tin pacification of ,V sions are eorrer of thai ill Which exlco All its expr, . wit h the i , cpl I It savs I lllll the l ev I ul ii hi was through the .1. Ing of llucila "our main object bus alwa.v U been to establish demo, racy ami make it effective, R is true that, beside the punishment for tin- great crime com mitted by Hueft, ihe revolution has oilier ideals, hut the main reason for om revolution was thui we would noi stand for any inure dictators; and nil fortunately the dethroning of rtuerta did noi accomplish our ideals because Mi, Carranaa, after in- was success ful aid iiei want Io tie nullum; bu dc Intor and t hat Is I he main reap for our present war again! him. Would void invasion. 'Referring t I h possibility 1 1, i happen. I BUR of three reasons: I first. 1 think lhat the Amerlcun gov - ernmenl i being guided by u loygl land noble purpose towards Mexico; : ..mi, because I believe in ihe sin cerlt of I'lesidenl Wilson's stal, m it if we h oi any doubt about either of these facts We would l,,.l maintain with him such cordial rein I lions, third, I do not believe Interven tion will ever be possible because l don'l think there is one single Mexi can that, being confronted with 11 ami before the Imminence of such hap pening! WOUld not he willing to make the greatest sacrifices in order to avoid il and because I am certain Hint should Intervention become u tangi ble fact, (lemral Vlll and all of his army would rather lay down their arms and we would go .is far a sac- rlflcing even om hatred towards dh f 'onstitntlon Is unpae. I "i think." General Angeles added, i lhat tile ideals of the revolulboi COuld I"' curried out through OOflStt' tUtlongl menus. 1 Ihink that our con stitution is ample enough SO that Ho irdiince with Hie emisl il utlon. When earned out hy constitutional means SHI h reforms would be of belter io ceptanoe by the majorlly of Hie pen pic than being performed through mllltor) decrees. "I in I he ot lo r hand. do not waul to have a single man Io be Hie side legislator on deeds of such xreai imnoi tanee. Such reforms must be I ihe work of an assembly, formed of WHEN TOLD Tift CftRRftNlliiILL the Intellectual Individual olution. The iii'tK 'it '-ll f the rev-1 oily one man when the) must la nit In old. a to fill a who Hit Mil! . II I Us. I sM.il nti s KI w tahlngto cllls tOdU) ll his behalf with s. . pt icliiiillv as I, m l"i eded from Ins refus t.'iv nies iii Deal ' I ill his ad inference am virtuall) pioposed luch meeting. anereJ Villa was ai once notified b) Waahlngtoa aj early l e-polise is i P" I' 'I 'Ihe poeltion of the I " ii it was offlclalh slated 11! loll. That neit her i 'arransa not ii military faction in Mexi control or the counti s or . -i,i. i ed as triumphanl in th That the real purpose ol hit ion w as accompliahod a when lltieitii was overthri State ;lll otl that the slrif in,., has bee . io ns .i ml h;o win. ii has continued factional diffei e e n iii reality a revolution! That it onaldi ra 1 1 neral vui while flnnnclall) weakened, mii is i i. live element in Mexican altai That the so . ill. d Cen liter Into the problem i o. , analdered lhai ihe llm I ta disposed Ol th il Thai the itreat i am .1. HOn he o erthn element ..I Men nun .f not III peace elaiins Pecans, as General Carranaa fighting inutilities in many sections from T i he Rio Qrandc, and h to Maiatlan. That the first proldei in restoration of peace in " islonnl president a relent! the cause "t Ih olution againsl Huerttt, i leceaaarlly repreaei t o lions now at war. Si. rotary Lansing h n h ' original rt Ini uli for New Fork loniglit on a mission In eoinu i ion mil' with th Mexican situation, ibn any is rererreo ... us taw or the nh re of winch was noi disclosed tl "", to cut off the Bussing armla ml. i stood, however, thai he Will U" """ l etrcat from Warsaw. Thin Is II be met by Beer e tan McAdoo ol tin Ircasury, who Is now at his sutiiinei home at North Haven, Maine Mr I. an nig will return Mondas. 1 hiring the I'ati American confer once here mere w as , ..nsiuera me ins c us ton of tne question my government which up In Mexico li is known mni nus subject was pill over for future COn- ilderatlon when ihe conferee recon vene in New Yolk next WMki liuloiibledly Amen. nn financiers will have to be I Lansing's mission might have io d Hie problem. An exhaustlv fcrcnce including illsi ussion bus be lr nil 'd Secret ry inferred. presideni draft if li . is I , . be foi w ai ded to the Mexican leaders, which also has been sent Io l.allti American gov -, i nihent repreented In I h meeting. General Villa, It I believed. will be UUiC! to II lc the oppol t ll ,1 ) 1 pie aented b Carranaaa change of n n tmie to bring aboul a conference Hi" lactioiis, Iii Ibis i oiuici lion this COIIIICI ll i - , xpei led i hat i leneral Scott of stair ot the army, en tonic to tne Mexican border, may he of service lie is I,, taiu w it ii General Vlll and ma v pereuad him of the necemlty , 1....... ,.. , '.. nee. II... I .... ,,,, in I KO ,.. . iii ni.' i.leialioii In adjustment Mexican alia. is wind, his military achievement men.. Active tenaion of the Mexican pro- hl 1 1, led bv Increased nail in, nl I'laiis , ,,, , .,, made lor iii ii i ta r v i upa- " iim, uu inissiiius retreating li if MexlOO have bun recently ad- across the Jara river, while he. right lusted Attention ktly has been I"1 approaching Kovno, which, accord given to Ho accumulation of uppltelng Io report, th Russians arc al a,i tantnUva arrangement for land 1 read) evacuating mil water transportation ul i pa. final details tO lilt Hie burg i export in the r a conference here today tentative schema for in traffic, representative of embassy ami the stnt nn departments participating impleted a ni Th plan Will be cabled to Ih Russian minister I He me li t . I 'ml. I of finance for proposals made all Russian 1 x will be consign i ommerce and local coMunmri none of il will r ml Ihe nltd Sillies, ts to this country Io the scclclarv of llvel d bv him to ind suarantee that As foi m prOl ides fi of a bond i mbassv vv meres em the lb pOil by Impoi ti ri ihe Russian polled held I, fl would he commerce lee ol Hie od in Ibis if the BU- Hi pending snli lllliil com noi country pr u ropean war. Imports to lifting of the furs and fur in Hue- iii,, rat emltargo inch skins, millet. I n i .roil other products. Big oiu c-sloi, to Luhnr. Houston, Tex, Aug. 7. An eisht hnur day with tit same wages here tofor nald for twelve bonis work win he granted ail employs oi th Gulf Refining rompuny at the Poll Arthur and PUrt worth refineries, it was announced bete today ul the headquarter of the company The change goes Into . f feci August If, and will affeci several thousand men. iuuiCFMTa 3111 llllllUL.lllL.il I U ! kimr th nrnnnr , fl r SH. H llliiUL I U ULUUIIL MM bill!) Aiiiclpc. NcciIpiI liv Amflrlnanl Manufacturers Are Id Bef;:;; ' ('fiM'.inni'il In SflRffitarv ol i a o"- uonte "" C(iiniii('in It'I'v"! i i Of ; 111 HW RUSSIAN ARMY NOW BELIEVED EXTRICATED FROM TEUTONIC PIAICERS ree Week )ooy von Na- Hindent RETREAT OF SLAVS AFTER NEEDED DELAY Sweep of General von Buelow Continues, but Germans Ap proachinc Riga Are Hurled t HORNINU ' MOAL :. Aim I j London, Aug. 7 till i mi The io i man official report tonight claim! thai Hie resistauee of the Kllsslan! I has heen broken batwaan Lrimu and Cruil"" """", ,,f 'hi' Bug rivet Thuo, I whethei ihe rtuaaiona have been da lived j "tted or have fallen buck voluntiir 1 fori"! '" " position, one of Ihe hit I battles lhat has heen fought nee ih. commence men! of the aor ael elided. I'm- nisi three weeks the Germ ana inder the lupreme eommand of Fteld Marshal you 1 1 Indenliurg have been e- try inn to force this front, which usu- not until three d.ivs iifler the evio na tion of Warsaw litis Ibis line given way leads ttrtttsh critics to the cm I'lUSlOn that the Hussein Withdrawal was a Voluntary one and that Grand Duke Nicholas, cominundei -ln-ohlef of financing'"! the Kussiun rorces, certain or the might be set .safetv of his Warsaw army, has almn- iloned bis struggle in Narew. RnaslOM 'still Near Whisjiw There is littls change In the other ieotlon of the Polish salient. The Russians are still holding the eastern hank of the Vtatulo, including Progs, a suburb of Warsaw, and at least are , with this phase of i delaying Ihe i ;. 'ini. in advance across th rivet, while lu Ihe southeast, report on Ihe COO-(neither Heneral Minltensen nor Arch ,i transcript of theliluke Joseph KVrdlnand has made en forwarded tO the much progress, being tilt' little mot e i lit Inn a tentative i thti h twmiiv tulles north of the hub- lln I 'helm railway, which they rroeaed a week ago The resistance ivltlcl tne Rusalgng are uJiatfhig here and ibat whi,h has delayed General von Hlndenburg in th north havs kepi the loads clear for the , a, ape of i -1 1 li . Russians fi tn the Inner cncli- oil cling operation. ii Vim Hllolmv's llmm (VnlJ !'f in Oourland ami Kovno, General vim llm low with :M O.ii nn men. Is cut - i Mm: out sweeping flunk movement i T &T fr 1 ...ii. ( ...ii. in, in,, ioni ii noi iiii- of , ,. In the west, though In dlf- " " ' " ! ""' !' '"""" ienetal vm, BUC'OW left wing, which Joins with "' I"""" "imi opei III mg soillll Ol sepiirati. '" mane u iiuiner advance to- Lie I Hereafter General von Buelow' progress Is llkolv to he slower He. tween ihe .In ml the Hvlinik lllcro are great IWUmp. While between Kovno and Vilna, his !ccond object s tin- Nlenien ioi ti llm ami the Sv ciila itrenm to the ni w in, h b ud them (.real I'ii, t Pons Still Holds. Ph besieged fortress of Novo orglevsk. at the Junction of tho Vistula and Nan vv river. Ihe most westerly place retained by the itus- sl.'imi. still holds out although the German claim to have captured on fort. There has been SOIIIC lively flglltltU iii the western theater, inn nothing uiing Importance has been bed. Ac oTding to an unofficial r( the Italians have rendered themselves master of the summit of i alii hole, dominating Gori- II of which city Is expected, d open tile loud to Trieste. si 11 1 Nl Alt Its A III I INK Kit. X . Warsaw was Riissliiuit without a evai nab ll sli III. cle in its immediate vicinity in order that tin age. The r night escape dam WUH husiucHslIko ami orderly. All the war stock previously hint been removed from the city along w ith the rolling stock ot the railroads The Russians planted artillery to prevent the rebuilding of the Vistula bridges by the Oarmans. According to official Information a large p.ui of the evacuating army remained close t,, ihe cit.v prepared to contest .my elicit made by the Ger man io era Hie Vistula in pursuit. Novogeorgtevak, notwithstanding It Inveatmeni on three ide!, still ha.-i railroad communication to the south east through Nowy lwor and Yab lolia. l ln lni iiier (own is Immediate ly acroa the Rug river at the Junc tlon of the Vistula, The fortress pre sents a serious Obtaol( to the co-op- erul I uold i ot the lori es ol Prince Leo t Rami in at Warsaw with those of Gen Nn t ew. Tin lb It operating along the mains on the Narew nre be ne: held ,i few niiles fioni Ihe left lank ,,r the river, notwithstanding lln presence oi heavy Herman rein- i mi ni and the apparently serious effort made in the Inst three days to break through Into Ihe rear of th ItUSSiutl W n - i w defeiideis. In ihe vicinity of the Baltic capi tal of Riga, the Oerman have been foiled Ion k toward MltSU. The Teu tons appear for the time being to hav abandoned their efforts in the direction of Ponlewlsch. Nevertheless It Is expected III IVllograd that Rita