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CITY EDITION CITY EDITION ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXiCOi TUESDAY, AUGUST Dally by Carrier or Moll, sno a Month Muglc 'lre, IVe STOOD DQNA ANA CONTRIBUTION IB STATE FAIR resident Putney Encounters Same Sort of Situation He Found at Roswell and Dis sipates It, SPIRIT OF ENTHUSIASM PREVAILS AT MEETING Mesilla Valley Expects to Take Fiist Prize for Agricultural Exhibits; Strong Commit tee Named, !.'" DISPATCH TO MOHN,NC JOHN, Cm nil es, N. M.. Aur. It.- I'icsi kesi putney, ol tin1 state fa ir- opm iriplon, today asked the county com shaioni n "f Dona Ana county for m appropriation ,,f )M4 to secure an IgSouate x luliit of the county'i ro sarcea at ihr fair to be hold an Alba liter, i u . October 11 to 16 next. Tii mmissloners immediately re- akin. Ipplnprlatloll Blrr"t lo Itosuoll reeling. Mr. Ptttney, accompanied by I. A. Hcphereon and ft. L.-D. McAllister, rrivrd bj inolor from Kl J'aso yog- May afternoon and Immediately be an work arousing the people of l.us in,,- and the surrounding country i the interest of the fair. A situa nii somewhat similar to that existing i Roewell was found in Las CrUCat. lortei were told of bad treatment hal had been accorded Lag Crimes by ( Jbuquerque and the feeling was any-1 Mug but cordial. With characteristic j Iftor Mr. Putney went lo work to re-1 love this feeling and so Well did he! ICCeetJ thai the meeting held at the! otirt house this inorniug was far thej net enthusiastic and successful that us been held during the present ttip f Ihe stale fair boosters. When it ras all over the spirit of good will' m,i , operation was everywhere ,vi-! Itoilsiiig Meeting Held. Tin- meeting Wl attended by Chair-j man J, 1 1 n . V. McNary mil (Jommis-l Plndlay. Commissioner e being prevented Irom nl- . n account of illness In his number of prominent cltl ai Crucss and Mestlls Park lent to urge that an Sppro-I made and alter Mr. Put-, explained the nature of his j nd had asked that ?",ii() he ted, . II. II. Llewellyn,! pru nev had Prenuer and 11. B. Link. the latter seeretarv of the Stater- users' Immigration bureau, made brief j IDseehes advocating such ail appro-; prist Ion. Judge K. L. Medici was the; next Speaker, but Judge Medler was nut satisfied With a a(,fl appi'ouia hen He did hot think that Hon., Ann county could do herselt justice en less than Hl.non and from this lime , ii .thought of a 1500 appro priation was abandoned. Itoggnation .imigo MotHer, beige Medler also suggesti'd that bii' Mai, bur manage men t should; tike up with the Sanla Ko railroad Ihe matter of allowing stopovers 111 Albuquerque during the fair so that j transcontinental tourists mi their tu the California expositions might have an opportunity to slop off and fee something of 1( New Mexico fair. Tills suggestion met with the hearty sadorsemeni of Mr. Putney, who prom lied to take steps Immediately b, gel inch a concession from the railroad i claim, president of the i (repliant Butte Walerusers' associa tion, spoke of the necessity of co-op-Oration between every county In the kite in order to develop ths state's resources and urged the appropriation of si ruin ,( gjeo Francis K. Ies ts and W. s. QilUam, secretary and reflectively, of the Dona Ana county road board. $1.0110 Approprlntisl. Al H,e conclusion of these addresses Commissioner Pln&lny moved the sp broprlatlon f Ji.noo and chairman KeNHr) concurred, making ih" ap propriation ananimoua A warrant for 'he I'uount wag drawn at once and a Committee to expend the mi v and lather the exhibit was appointed, cenststlng ,r H. it. Link, c. T. Bart- '"it. II. T, Williams. Kabian OaTCla, P. W Barker. Another member will be named later This committee w'll begin work at once. The Dona Ans count) boosters are talking of ""Hung but winning the first prtoe f"r SgrlcuHural exhibits and declare Unit if it were permissible they Would 'n all three prizes. Crops have been unusually abund nt this vear and the county is more prosperous than ever before m Its his torj Knthusiasm for the state fair is t the highest pit, h possible and ths County that beats Dona Ana out in Competition for the prir.es Will have to be the best county in the state. Mr. Putney, Mr. Macpherson and Mr. Mc Allister left toniaht for Demlr ami stiver city Thcv expressed tlnwn-lls b lighted with the reception WKMill I! l (ltK ST. W: ungton. Aug. 16. Sew fair; bable itexieo: Tuesday, generally Wednesday fair except ptl showers in southwest portion AT ALBUOUEROU thal had been accorded th in and rata high in their praise of the hos pitality of Hie people of Dona Ana count) . colfax ii n i a S.VMI I (IK M VII I A lit f A telegram received, at the Matt fair offiee last night brought tile in- IforaMttea that the commissioners ofj Colfax county vesterdav nuule their appropriation for a county exhibit at the fair official liy voting the neces sary iM for the gathering and transporting of the display that Will be one of the host in the lair mounds Colonel n. k b Bellati and u B Hening. the exhibit commissioners, went to Colfax Sunday evening M their second trip for the purpose ol closing with the county commission ers, tin their former visit arrange ments were made for the appropria tion, hut since that time some niisun derstandlng arose regarding the legal ity of the proposed action of the board. II was to straighten this mat ter out thai th second trip was mad A letter from Attorney "leu oral flan, y in which he stated thai the commissioners of the counties have the right to appropriate mom J for such an exhibit, together with Ihe full legal approval of Ihe proper Of ficers of the county, brought Ihe de sired results. Colfax wires that the Count J will have an exhibit of products that will make any COUDt in Kansas ashamed of heraelf. In addition, horses and rattle will be whnwn and coal exhibits from Dawson. The county fair 00 uirs a Springer previous to the state I fair and Ihe more pretentious north jern New Mexico fair at Baton. The 'best from the two fairs 1U be MM at AlbuQUsrtrUS. WAVE OF PROSPERITY TO SWEEP COUNTRY . JflURNtL MCIAL LIWID WlSIl Minn., Aug. 16. Business was the keynote of all ad- 1 1 urosoeiil dresses at the opening session today of the annual convention of the Na tional Association of Mercantile Agencies. Speaker declared that the business outlook is brighter than it lias been for three years and that a wave of prosperity soon will sweep Hie entire country. i TERRITORIAL GAINS ARE DEMANDED BY GERMANY I aV MORNINO JOURNAL SFIClAL LKAIEO WlRK, ; Berlin, Aug. 1 (via London. 1 1 06 j p. in. I i solutions calling for the extens ,n ,f , lerman frontiers, as ma result of the war, were aoopcaa ": the executive connnum ui if d tional liberal party today in the retch-) committee of the ns stag. The resolutions made the fol lowing declaration: ALLIES DECIDE Tl TREAT Insist That in So cedents; DV wn mean ..... i Piesid I kinSNINrl Wsshingv Intention to has lieen C , declare cotton contraband j been communicated unofficially authoritatively to the state de-l but partment. The departmi ru av'c" ar thai Ihe decision has been reached and the delay in making an announce ment is due lo I'', necessity 01 ar-i ranging uniform treatment of the suo- hct bv all the alll iiie st,.,, has been agreed upon bv I m b; : , Hiitaiu franee. Bussia, Italy and Belgium, '"'I Japan's attltmh not been defined and She '"'' 111 that no action is call', I lor from at this time, because of II Iln has enle tion of Hie only Herman , oion the Par Last fro inth probls and the absence of any reaSO blockade. Kvor since the application British orders in council t,, am., tilt other American or,, ill the entente allies have felt that some more effective and less bin I leu some method in"11 be found tor dealing! with cotton and preventing its sntry Into Qermany ami Austria, The allies I contend that American cotton shlp-j I . rs. in many cases alleged I" be back-I ed by OernWg capital, have beeiij i' hipping cotton to Qermanj through reutral ports. Under the orders m i (ounell such a cargo, If captured, was. i eri b taken into a British pert ami r.-id for by the British government The allies contend that under those Conditions a great deal of Ih, COttOB i., ,t through Sweden. Denmark and Holland into (lerrnanv from the al- lies' point of view tin el) were Ineffective Obliged ihe British buv cotton and at th orders in conn-1 oe cause they government to. ,. same time of-1 , , . fered an incentive to olOCKaos run ners. "The outcome of the present war can only be a pea, e which, by expand- j ing our frontiers east, west and over seas, will protect us militarily, politi- , ;,llv anil , , onomically. ngain-l attacks and compensate us for the enormous sacrifices which the the Herman nation already has made and Is determined to continue until victory complete." Ctmolele conflden-e in Krriest fiSSSStlllSnn, leader of the National Liberal parly, was expressed in the resolution which announced Hie party would stand solidly back of any gov ernment pursuing with usbending firmness the alms outlined in the res olutions which were adopted irlth only two dissenting votes COTTON IS CONTRABAND TEUTOMSCLOSELY PRESSING SLAVS ALONG ENTIRE EASTERN FRONT ndenbuiiVs Forces Make De - cided Gains in Northward j Movement Toward Capital of Czar's Empire, GRAND DUKE'S LINES PIERCED AT TWO POINTS European Interest ki What May Be j iward Securing Aid NOW Done of Bulgaria, 1ST MOBNtNO JOURNAL SPECIAL ItAIID WlRIl Load Aug. 16 (10:46 p. m.) The left mug of Hie Bavarian army under. Prince Leopold has foughi its was ! across the Bug river near Droehlzvn, I wkl,.,. tl.... ... I ....... ...I I it in, ii , i, it , , , iue e.i.-1 , . i Miftiuim a I, , i is some fifty miles northwest of lirest l.itovsi,, according lo the offi- cial bulleiin reports. Tins move forms! a siigtu weoge in itie itussian iront. "oivii ii. i.i ,1, tu vnuiaov iniiiitin : since Ihe Warsaw salient was ahull-11' doned. field Marshal von Mackensen sJgs is reported to be pushing hack the RnsshUIS along the Hug, where the ttermalls are ailianclne alone Ih, eastern bank of that river Farther 1 west Field Marshal von Htndenbnrg is cre,i,t,,i with ., lucceBsful attack on ine auvaiieeii uei.-nses oi ivov no, - :.s well as a successful allempt to i bleak the Russian lines between the ' N'al'ew and Ho- Hug after Ihe Nnrsew , river had been crussed by the Byes mi IWilkau (arista. These formed the mosl critical niill-' tary movements of the dny, but they I attract less attention here than the diplomatic negol iai ions in the Hal-j kulis. where the crisis has not yet been reached The moat significant phase of todnv's m us concerning I lie ,t. ,11 .11. , ,1 ni . ,,,, , i. .. , ' - - ....... . in a brief rtiepatch from Athens, stat-l ing that former Premier Venlselns had won a decisive victory over the government in (lie organization of l he (Ireek chamber of deputies. The withdrawal of in,- Bulgarian delegates from Constantinople cause, I ; sotns speculation her,, th,. consensus I ,f oiunmii being thai, Turkey is 'P'n o1"" Turkey s confident of her present position that 'she does mil feel under any OOmpUl" slon o make concessions to Bulgaria's ' desires. Ing is reported '"i the western line and there has been some activity along minor fronts in the Caucasus, where the Itussians claim that they huve successful!! repulse, 1 Turkish attacks. Al Livingstone, on the llhodesisn border in South Africa, a British force, winch had I ll besieg ed by a Herman detachment, Is re ported lo have finally driven off the besiegers. A German submarine has shelled three towns on th,- Cumberland coast of England, Several fires Were Staff' id by shells from the iinder-WHter bout and the railroad was damaged, but there were n casualties, It Is said, as a result of the attack. Kxeept in their financial column.". the newspapers pay Utile ulloiitimi '"ill Ihe ,le, bio in steiiini: exchange, i he . government has given no hint of plan II mS be considering to r b the situation, ivhi.ii the leading tin tin I authorities here regard as cldedly serious. Kl s.si ws CLAIM To Hi: it'll i , i , . n i TOXi Petrograd, Aug, ll (via i d p. m. - The following communt ,n. 1 1 ratmn was issued tonight: "In Hie Basiisk district (Courland), the night of August If,, our troop! uguin drove the Hermans back toward I tin liver. The enemy's counter-at- tacks were repulsed in the Jacobsdl and Dvlnsk districts thss'o has been I no essential change tu the situation. , , , . "Th, bombardment of Kovno con-1 linoeM without cessation Ihe I lerma lis i obstinately attacking Hie fortifications in the western sectors. ' Between the N'arcw and Hie Bug, on the Mill and lath, there was furl" 001 fighting. A series of Herman at tacks were repulsed with a loss to ths enemy. on the left bank of the Bug there have been no Important engagements, "In Ihe other sectors on our tronl there have been local grtlller) rights, but no Important engagements." V Mil. I A I -HI I I , niu ON I s'l l ltN I'UONT Paris, Aug. 16 (1:11 p. following com mimical ion I The Issued tonight: sch. were I", ml, aided today l,v n lo t "Violent artilleiy fighting occurred nian submarine, a British official throughout the day on a great many I statement tonlghl announced some points of the front fires were caused, but the damage was "Ok butteries inflicted on Ihelsllght imd Ihere were no casualties, enemy heavy losses In the region Of jlks -lalemem adds. Qusnnevtersa and sHeneed his fire on The statemem says the Nouvro plateau. I ,ur DaMOn serl- "A Herman submarine fin d NV ously damaged the Herman fortified era I shells at Barton, Harrington and works to the north of Modal I between i While Haven in Cumberland COUflty, Beitv-Au-llac and I.nvirei. between 4:31 a m and 5:iii a. Ri. to- The enemy having again shelled St.iday, but no material damag" was Hie, we opened fire on the gas works I reused at Kt. Mary-Aux-Mlnes, und blew up "A few shells hit the rallwai em the gnS tanks. hunkrneui oorth of Pinion, bui train "We also shelled a Herman factory servo e was onlv slightly delayed to the east of Muenster." I "No casualties were repotted." --LEO M. FRANK'S 800! TO BE LEFT ON THE GRAVE Rl PRAGI jMo Warden ofj Georgia Prison Camp, Taker. Noted Prisoner and Rushes Away in Auto, LYNCHERS ORDERLY BUT ACT DETERMINEDLY Thought Parly Might Be its r i tends Bent Upon Rescue )ut Deadly Purpose Soon Speared, (By Special leased II Milledgcville. Ga. Aug. mob, variously estimated al twenty-live and seventy five Let ween OF M PRAGAN in num-:iM . overpowered intendent and gua ateet prison larm the Wf i den itlpei i eorv.i.i at II o'clock tonight and quickly got LeoLhe storm atruck the oiti late in ihe ,. r. , , . and lushed llim away III all j automobile. First report that it might be Irirnds , cl .,. J,.1w.ii..ri wn nr,. TFl 1 IUI.IV TV.V . M "..VI. p. to oner said lie had heard a member ol the mob say that ,-rank's body would fa pacfJ tomorrow on the y Marv n M Mal,t,,u. grave 1 i ink -. -,( w serving a lile term lor the mutder of the girl. -y)e mo, WjJ, ()rf) ly. but worked bight auto with quick precision mobiles took the men lo within I distance of the prison. F irst, all from the prison and all excef Irom Milledgcville were. tut. Five men went lo the house short wiitt i of I. T. Smith, warden, cov eretl lim vvilh p,5Q stood vuard ovei him. rent t. 'he v.une () J, M. rinlenden! of the prmor .on Otrv Burk, and 1U d him under cover ol tlieir umt n . ii .i ir r radically every other member nl the mob then rushed to the stockade where Frank wai being housed. Only , , , , fiK,h.e him from the hospital, where he hOOHhave ben evacuated I the people been since being murderously assaulted iai v gathered in down town hotels audi in the dormitory. As on the night Frank was at tacked, only two guards wen' on duly. Ihe mob quickly overpowered Chief Nighl Guard I lesler and the other man on duty, proceeded lo the dor mitorv and within a few minutei seized I rank and rushed him back to the automobiles. hose who had been holding Sntitn and Uiuke lei' as soon as I' rank was bmuglil out and joined their lellowi ll ' autoreobilei direction of F Ion. Nolliu heard ol them. One member ol that paily ol ihe mob lliat wcnl to ihe dormiti iry talked. vc the (ommands lo the gugra vvhic Ii vvcte hat kcii up by ll.c arms nl the other members of the mob. A prisoner who was sleeping in ihe dormiloiy is responsible for the statement that this spokesman Mid DM mob intended to lake l rank to Man ctla and that tomorrow morning Ins body would be lound on the grave of Marv Phtgan, for whose murder the prisoner was serving a hlc srn lein e i it, . . r . C if Augusta, tja., Aug. Iti Sheriffs' out 111 111 posses tiavc been ordered countiei , ,1 i in wnicn Ml elloie urounding Baldwin county, Milledgcville is located, in to find I tank and the part) win, !i look him. Eatonton, Ga , Aug. 17. I lie parly which look I -co M Prank from ; the slate prison latm tonight had not passed through here at I :30 o'clock (lerman Submarine Shells English Coast I, j ton, HainnKlor, and Whit, Haven In jCumbeiiund. Imglantl, on the Irish GALVESTON IS IN GRIP OF FIERCE TROPICAL NO LIVES LOST Wind tains Velocity of 73 an Horn and Sea Into the Lower Dis- Miles Pours tricts, SAFETY WALL STANDS AGAINST GREAT WAVES nousar City, and I World Which solated ai kiioss Outside MUMNINO JOURNA1 PICIAI I t Af () 1A , Ht t Iveston, Ti'x., Aug. II Tio eai storm which struck naiv,-. ton today, while verv eevere, had aiised no serious damage aim no ,,f of., at I o'clock Ibis evenina The QalVeStOn sea wall, built as a IHciaiilii.il against sin h hunnanes, had withstood the fury of the storm I ..U. . ..., .... -1 ... , .. . .( ... L forenoon at miles an h creased to hour, blow I reel ion. ity of thirty -f i tiiion il had seventy miles nort heasterly or an 1. jlocitv was sit five to se vent y -1 In 'c I miles an hour with occasional lets blowing ns high as ninety miles The onlv damage thus far caused Was the ilestrui tion of window palms ami Injury i woodwork on exposed j'"'",""', , ,i v :,,,, ,, ruin feii thr'oughoul the , night the streets are filled ! I,, thu OUl bittg power plant shut off ilw a precaUtlOnitry measure I re has been Utile damage 1 rm seems to be gaining in 1 , b lllten A I st noil ii night the barometer hat nig fallen from ; nl J'l flat, :'i.fi:i at noon. Xo i stlim,c a- to ths "X storm in i !alv , Stun, ,,r I lo Ing country could lie made Hi, .leather bureau, owln might iwv left Qalveaton by train, mterurban land automobiles dining Hie last Ihlr- Ity-sls bouts. Praotlcafly nil of ihe 'lo.o.eu eLiieiiiillv those ,,n ihe beach. public im The III readiness has been The ' ii I V I d dining Ihe day, but there m, OCi aslon for its use. is in darkness tonlghl be Wiles of the lighting ss- d of commission. Warning of Ihe tropical stolill was j ven in ample tune a ml no VOoSinlg ft ... 1 1 today. Several ships tire due, re and have reported as standing i Mi I os.s Ol I II I IS ItlOPOKTKH N U I 1 1 VsT ondltlons were bad ab nasi and apparently gr ,, reports of loss ,r life ere early bought Pol llg the gulf iwing worse, tool reached Arthur a The last ,, the effect t -miles an hour ga Sabine was w frmn hele lie 111 Hits after s deserted, lie lo Poll f , 1 1. in ha lu I a nln having . A li h ur a ml Ilea Umonl News irom Port Arthur, howsver, was to the effect that while the pop ulation of these two towns was about 1,100, nut more than 800 had fled, the others remaining to lake their chances Willi the waves. A number of boats were at Sal, ine to bring away those rem., tiling, pro vided conditions became I rave Between mis t nv and Port Irfhur but one wire was working, the the others having gone down about S ,, , l, k I, might. The last news from there WBI to the effect that 00 water was in the olty, Capita, Rotttver, Ptttton ami Boli var, towns between this olty and Hni- veslnn, wie repot b, I under Water. v telephone lineman at nigh Island, .-ix miles to the east of Capita, bad repaired a wire from Beaumont at ! o'clock tonlghl. lie said that the wa ter was very rough over these Utile summer ump and doubtless the property damage to summer cottage.-, and hotels there would be In avy IA I lo is cl T OFF I'ltOM )l 1 slHI WOltl.K Dallas, Tex. Aug. in. -Oalveeton's Isolation, aflei a day "f anxiety on the pari of relief stations, served only to Intensify Hie SUSpSISSS llowevtr, the i,e i that the wind Si o'clock was blowing from the north and Ihe wa ter which had backed Into the street was from 'he buv side of Ihe island tonight. I'd those who ale familial with the geography of the cily and Ihe history of lis storms, to entertain new hopes thai the gab would not resull In a disaster The sea wall is on the south Sidg of ihe city and fines the open gulf The sea wall is on the south side Of the city and faces the open gulf. STORM from a n Tlo- storm which devastated Hal vestoti and drowned pel sons September V Ihiiu. tor, at the , it for twelve hour from a southeaster!) dt lection and piled great seas In upon Ihe flame building al Ih south side the oily dashing Ihe Kindling and aklng of their debris a floating ram iih which to l ait, i swa) buildings tai l h, I Inland. Tonight's sloi in, a, - lording to bulletins late toda bad IKHI of those dallt:,'! . ms el. incuts. Ie- I eattae the wind tu btowins from th north, bringing onlv the shallow bnv I water to play upon the most MihMan tial buck and stone buildings of the city, the downlown business so lion. Th, ..'viiiui groat atorm to which I the I ity has been subjected was on Julv It, l!ll. after the sea wall bad been built, giving Qatveeton virtually the same protection it has today. Al Mhc senlth ot this -loiin i u th, wlml ire ihun eigh ub n il attuoei Storm The lime beat lull h withstood hours and ol the cii v i ad a nd w nv es at 1 hal on the sea wall win aMeuatl for severe ived Itself t he aaviti il ,,l railing and a I. rte were torn ewny great barrier vv.i , MIMMI'll .I'UIIM New Orleans, lai.. Aug Mb The United .states gunboat Sacramento, v.itii the Brazilian ami Guatemalan ministers to Mexico aboard, still rode al anchor tonight, h'ltsd b) lb,- tropi cal hurricane in the gulf, i'(, miles from the mouth of the Mississippi A wireless no ssage from Coininundet McXamce. of the Sa. lament,, received late today, slated nQ SttSmpt would be made until the gab' hi,, I abated, to move from Hie anchorage established last night after Hie stormy vovawe through the 'nil from Vein till. Doubt was expressed thai 'be gunboal , mi 1,1 pSeS over Hie bar Into the rtVSf for New Orleans before Iai'' lomot I ,'W Bar! let in the day officials In charge of arrangements to entertain Jos,, m. Cardoso, the Hiaiiian mtalster, an nounond the reoelpi of wireless di pstch staiuig the Racramento had en tered the river Minister Cardoso, accompanied by ids wife ami two daughters, is on Ins vwiv to Washington, whole il Is ex la, led he will confer with President Wilson ami So, lotorv Lansing on 111'' lituatl n Mexico, in Juan J- Or tega, the i Imileiiia Ian minister, ex pelled rrom Mexico tin bv Cariiinu le accompanied ay his daughter. GREATLY EXCITE Am an Caught Taking Bath latamoras Is Cast Into hi foi term of Five OIK Pris Dav , H . Mt.lM.lNL I I. I, A, T Hrow iis,v ilb , Tin, ., in ngalm Meall an soldlo a ted accounts , poried hero to living from 1 1 Tl c America vas, Aug, ins, mi tmcrlt be, ail lie b) I W ay by I rain I , tar (lei till I The thai nil Americans along I be hor , roping .Mexicans, dragging al I., horses and killing them, ranss officers in charge ,,r Idlers were courteous lo Hie Americans I luleted ih,- troops. Haying such Moid of these arrlvi reports were not type, ih,- tmerlcan residents, Is said, have left Mi said Heller, 1 1 R, nsa commander a published in a M ,ie laratlon thai i morns, ha,i newspapet mtere) ,u ran lg fore ni" i Ion s had with i mil the sllghte is Texas laiiis. It, polls ot the about a hundred I aids tin v i I" es nil, a r,l into i Mexico, causing some feeng unm Mexicans, Clyde Robinson, an Ameru an w cm . In- audi 1 IIS is I.Jimpa.,,H, Mi loo, city WBS released Iron, the Ma la nioros jail two days ago. Today ll ie Iped thai be had spent five ibiVs he Jail f,u lal. lug a bgth In the velo In t wat, tar) cans II ess CA" nir one of Miilamoros mill HOLICS Of" AMERICA LOYAI TO OLD G10RY MUNNINV JOURNAL tPKLIAL , 1 t. I . A ' , i'.,ie,i,,. o a uk 1 1,. i lie second da, oi the fourteenth annual convert Hon of the Amen, an I , delation of Catholic so.,, tie, which begun hsre on ttundty morning was ohnrex'teHssd bv ihe address of P 'b ut I'din .1 Whalen, U i. i 1 1 - eubjsct was 'Pesos. " in part be said. "The Call,,, In world looks lo this convention lot thai leadership and Counsel Which makes (be people , ,,n tpnted wiih tiieir station In life and gives assurance beyond any doubt that, erne whul mav. Ihe Catholics, Ihe countrv over, will never forget their country and their flag," fEXAS STORIES BORDER MEX CANS LITTLE HOPE IS EXPRESSED THAT CARRANZA WILL E TO TERMS Representatives in Washington Expect First Chief to Reply That uue WARSHIPS ORDERED TO PROCEED TO VERA CRUZ Secretary Daniels Says No Disorders Are Expected at Port City and That Measuie Is Precautionary. lT MOMNINn fOU, N AL PIT , AL ,.Atp W'PRI Washington, Aug. U H, octal c.ir. rsnaa's representatives la Waahtng ton expect him to send an unyield. Iltg response to the Pa ii-A uieiicati ap. peal addressed to military and elvll leaders of Mexico urging them to Join in ii peace conference for the restorn i "ii ot constitutional government They think be will adhere to thu po ut mil be took at the time of thu Niagara Kails mediation conference last .-no iiner. maintaining that Intel -Minion by other nations in their af fairs is unwelcome to Hie Mexican people. According lo some of his friends, i 'an ansa In bis rcplv will aiujert that pence slrsadi has been established throughout much of .Mexico by his own ;n noes, that the govern went of which he is the head Is constitutional Snd in full control of tin, terrltor.v In which order bus been restored and thai upon transferring his capital from Vera ("run lo Mexico City, with in a lew ,, ks. be will agree to con fer Willi all revolting factious. pp, nl Now In Mexico. In some quarters, however, It is suggested that c,nransit may consent b. g lolnl conference If held In Mex ico City and arranged on a represen tative basis, delegates to be i lumen from Ihe various tactions lu accord ance with the amount ot tervtPny I out I oiled Word snti retteived at ihe state He- partment today that both Osjrrsjfegs and Villa bad received Ihe Pan-Am, i lean appeal, and Chief Clerk Parker ol Hie American embassy stuff at Mexico City, reported that llelierul Pgblo tionzab, the Currunsu. com mander, had promised safe conduct lo meSSSngera who ale to curry the nil,., i to Qeneral Bhpnte and oth ers. The dspartmenl suiu tonight thsyl no replies bad been received. When the) come they will not be made pub lic until Secretary Ionising utbl the Latin-Americun diplomuts huve ha1' allot her conference. ( ariaiia t.encrals Istyul. Unofficial reports were received during the day stating that several of CarritilSa's generals had referred the appeal to their chief and would not reply personally Officials here still hope, however, that at least some ,,f the leader.', aligned with Ike Carransa faction will be persuade, I lo pnttlcl- paie in the conference, Orders final!) were dispatched to day to the battleships Lousetnits and New Hampshire, en route to southern j waters, to proceed at OACS to Vela Crus They are expected to .nine there Wednesday and Rent Admiral McLean on the Louisiana bus been di rected i" assume command of Aimai can naval foices in Mexican Wat, is The gunboal Maiielta, now at Vera Cm., Progr baa b n oi tiered on as th to return to at lleshlpe aim lit", balled by a. f off Hie Mississippi tutu lo Vera CrUS III Rtntemnni by n. i liattleehips have been ordered i CrUS," Seeretarv Daniels said io replace Ihe gllnboalK Which i return. Tim Marietta Is re "Tin to vert today, will t i ii mod plaints giitlng in progroeo because of com that there is trouble there th lim American sisal shipments out of Hie poii There aie no further alarming reports from Vttu Crus ami no trouble Is expected Since Henertll CarranSfl repudiated Ihe null-American demonstrations there, Vera Cruz hen been Quiet." MI.VK AN HO V I UN M I' N I Ml SI' III A.I N A l' III H'ToM Kl Peso, Tx, Auk Hi Specula Hon as I,, the progr, no lo be worked mil bv ths leaders of Mexican fac tions n pen e confersnec. If l' is all, , I. I,.,- result, d in the reception ,, a ilinisitv of views by those who are In authoritative relation with th, plans for the conference. While main haw been suggested as possessing ih" requisite qualifies tlOHS I'm' the office of provisional president, backed l, the recognition of the Pun Allien, nit conferees' gov ernments ll was pointed out by Oth ers thai ths state, district olty, town ami village, civil goVSrWneutel organ izations Inn. been obliterated In mos' soilcs To sleet a provisional presi dent, would be. It was asserted, to set tilin to guide chaos. A complete re vel. -am ol the usual procedure is be ing urged, a building up from the Iwt lniii by constitutional elections of vil lage, town, district, city and state of ficials i bis, il is said, would be put to efficient operation e reform astasia - IStfetlef io egch state, pledged to the ideals of Ihe peace conference. The constitutional election then of a presi de..,, would lone ever) promise of COM