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CITY EDITION CITY EDITION mrii -urn ykah ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY JUST ll a Mil rier or Mall, 60a PEACE PROGRAM FOR MEXICO TO BE CARRIED ON Step in Pan-American ans Will Be Taken in Near- iture Regardless of Action REPLY EXPECTED FROM FIRST CHIEF SOON Attack on Monterey by Villa Forces Has Been Beaun, Ac- cording to Reports From onnrtmnnl I U ( U Ll L'l I O i (V HORNING JOURNAL EC,Al LCAIIO VNIR11 Washington. Auk. 30 It was slated authoritatively tonight that the noxt tap in the Pan-American program for restoration of ncace in Mexico w is under consideration ami would be taken m ihe m ar future regaratess ot thai might lie the nature of General Camilla's belated reply to Ihe offer ui Becretaf) Lersrtng and Latin-American diploma ta to arrange for n con ference of Mexican military and po litical leader No Inkling was given, however, of what form this next de velopment would take. Responses from General Zapata and Ins military advisers reached the state WITHOUT DELAY departatent today, accepting the offer j Maxatlan, Blnaloa, Mex (bj Radio of the 1'an-Amerienn conferee. Willi t(, agn n,i;o. Cat., Aug, :i"i General!' the receipt of those replies, Villa ad- Diegues arrived lu re yesterdsj from 1 1 in nnts iii WoshiiiKion. whose teadsrs j jansaniHo, Collma, on the Mexican!' already have responded favorably. a- j gunboat Guerero, and began Hu mo ' parted thai a peace convention to form blllsatlon ,,f Carransa Iroflps i"i op ' u proviaional government in Mex- leratlons aguimi tin state of Honors mi I Wo was assured even if Carrgniu j tne nurth n is reported thai th should refuse to participate. Adnata- troops, now assembled number !,500, (MTatlon officials heard of this an- j aeanoemenl with Intsrsjri but said no brahIj t'o Pl'IlUHH i. arrangements for such a conference, ;hi'IA IMMK ()M MBXICOlt sajTa now in prospeot. 1 first fhief Busy Now. Kin Jam '" I "". Ai thi next .. ...,l Hnwmim'. lne.il niionu ile. ! COUIli ll of III i llisl I I s I l I..111I1. Mllllel', i I clared today that they expected the I "first ehrtfa" reply within a few daya at the r'.est. They think it .vlll OOCas i us soon as rarran.a has completed I th nati.ttiilnti e hi BavtrntnRnt at I Meslcu ,i. Rlisoo Aricdondo. I'arranza's con fidential aftent at Washington, issued a statement tonight denying reports of dissension in Carrania's forceaand crediting them to the Villa agent Reports to the state department from Torreon late it, .he lay said the Villa forces had began w attach apart Monterey, the capital of Nuevo Leon, In possession of Catrnna troops under General message said heavy ( progress, hut gave no ras m Early F'talls reports to the Villa agency said Car- ranza genorcln wen lorcementj to Monte hud other cities. cal'ing in rein- T p,Co 111. IV. id Not Open Vet. Btate department advlcue also said 1 1, 'tiiad communication beiween Pte- "IHl I lial the A niei lean Red tin iiimlile to m i j, tialnload of supplies throimh to Moclova and Sallillo where there has been des'iulion Wives IO' sonie nine. These were the first official reports regarding military activity in th- eastern Mexico to reach Mm depart- tnent for tome time, althoutrh unoffi- end report have been ourroni thai s battle between VUta and Carransa iineex I'm- possession of Montare) pending, Tonight General Villa Is deed to hav,. headed a column of reinforce ment which hastened to the vicinity "I Monterey from Torreon to tin aid "f ien. itauui Madera in command nf Ih" attacking forces. Major General Scott, chief of staff "f the army, who has returned to Washington from ihe border where hs undertook negotiations with Mexi can leaders for the stats department, Will confer wiih Secretary Lanalng i morrow. M IYTOREN TO STEP IMW N As CM BKNOH oi NOI! Nogales, Aria., Aug, 38. Joa May toreita, villa chief in Bonora, win re 'i'niuish the office of governor of So hora, September it, according to an announcement from his office In No. galea, Bonora, today. Alberto MMi 'us. now utate councillor in Maytor- ena'a cabinet, will become governor, wild,, lo-neral Kelipe Amreles. Who is reported to be on his way from chi-l huahUs at the heud of j,0O men. Will assume ihe military chieftainship 'on "half of ienral iiia. in M stales Of Bonora and Slnaloa. A report that (leneral illa had bee killed became current today, causing 'iiia currency to (all harp- I)' In value, hut Ma.vlorena Mtnounced ubsoquatiy that h had received a me8a)re direct from Central Villa lenyins lha.t he had been ihe victim of .my attempted aanai nation IM'I.WIMliiun PI BIjICATIONB ORDERED To ill MEtZED I Laredo, Tex.. Aug. St. Higttty pre ! hidleed new articles acainst tne Unit- j ' States appearing in the M.-xn an Pre allium the border, especially In some of the Monterey paper hav an !nnrnd the Mexican populace that nlted Stales custom official have 'eceived orders, they admitted tadM to cqntiecate any paper mat leiuied I THE WEATHER I OKI i s I Washington, Auk. St. New M Tuadsy and Wednesday, fair; a 'in. siir and .n mm portion W din. I xi i villi i; REPORT Maximum temperature, v.' At gi minimum. 69 degree! rami'. II grees; tempi nature at 6 p. m.. iHmi; southwtsl winds, char. to Incite I... arc report' d such pi iin i s An insi.ui to Which BO Meier G Puebla, Mexico, aaj neral rtttgta Bcott, lM United Stat, m BX ilia lo attack S LiO i Lan a Monterey paper pubiuwM i petti to Mexicans to riae and recovi portion of the i nlted Btates tormei owned b) Mi i ,, ah appiaa of u ' cm ameuu axs are m:vim. Hi i;lti-li.l.i IMhTRH .11,. i.. trill about Hermoslllo, oa nora, because they feared I Indiana. Borne of the dalena, Bo nora, to the boi di r. j Telegraphic communication h EG nay ma and Nogale bun b. j established and the Southern railroad, it i- reported, will I operation of trains between h CARII w, riitxti's to M ITT X( K oN sonoi: mlnlsttr of foreign affair ' '" PreaWerii fra lt' dciti in-1 01 ii " . I a i "'fl iniormaiion J S ean affairs. After the re n m sup- .lain CARW S. EXPEDITION REACHEN MM I llosM.I Iransa expedltlo Icently on ihe si ported to have ja large mining j many French i ' occupied th 'I It iched Simla Uoi wn where then BLACK RIVER C0NTIN1 lhal the HI n'k river elow V. tllll I'o. ill, H high Muff, is ..ut of dattgi r, Report . ,., n..,.ahnntm are from Sun ,-v hM ' I, nollee, is of VolllllH' ),.(( fn. n L rurtlM , the i , , v, ,. a.ii (, ....i .eras In I j Vlrtm ...',, 'CI., lire, . j .I,, ooo : Pocabonta i i il I nsiiiK. Twenty-lour Counties Are Now in Line 111 tee; INCITE RIOTS II TEXAS cram "Repub 110, INFLAMMATORY ADDRESSES, ARE DELIVERED IN PLAZA Mexi- gsjtl man if, i of Mext gated lis a I'ar us, which in" ie lower Kin Dratnds vai-1 ih, program for tin- es-1 il oil leers were pul on II liillaiuinaliH Addiosi- Made. llle pooler el. IS of the ITnlted Sti d p. Icinli sh dern uders, rested. They will I led. Illl "Ill U'haraCI "I I ! filed a in neb Win I nil "lisilll ic A UK. department was notified today froi ll'llited Stales. IBS II 1 1 i m PLAN 0 AUTHORITIES . Xddcil to I oeoO -lline ., ill III le- PTCVIOMI1 l,'i" ,,e,,pi inie.i Prom s.-.ou I., IMMM for EnMMla. Band. Will Be in the Enid Within the N. .I I iH)i. ' VETEI lay ami plunged i I i "1 1 to Mtltlljt mbl i nuttdeH W I - "I II i 'in. ,n i: xn i im IS (.III I IX M I II i tinento, Cut If. w Jdttttao i nation i ii isi California'! at Auk. rued Ided wine i iiu, Mississippi. North OFFILEKS SAIL) Q SHOW PARTISANS Chamberlain, oi letter mil Unlni i iregon, publlshei ofncei to ha' from sWM 8 nit 1 1 lotpati ii , Mid to the lucceas The liter very serlousl) LIBERTY BELL TO stated. Mayor Blankenburg, will coal approxi . i, i . , omnared nh I for the State Fair 9 I Ig Ap-rrilai STOP IN OEM N fS If HOME ALLIES RELY ON EQUINOX TO PUT I Mean w iton r NAPOLEONIC CAMPAIGN CITED AS PRECEDENT iii Oaiilam1 With C AIKO wini; II p. III. I winie report t theati r, bracing the region from soulheastern ' lallcls in-1 in. Germans and Auatrlansj rSSIHK the EtUSSlanS haul ,,r leniictounly follow inn treat, nttlHan ahnarvsrs ping that th.' approai hmi: fillii of th is sUi i-A'Sses as lie s upon them. ml n una lay SIU tatemenl thai Weld Marshal Mm I along the Dvlns hav e renew Sd I h . were In DUghl I Oil etu n ies, w hlch ion mil recent - ly with the success "f ihe Russians In 1 holding Riga as ., menace to von Hln- I di ulinrii M rear. In smuthWeBtSI n RUI si.i, in ihe Brest-Lttovnk regloh, the I Austrians and (lerma.ns are chleflj concerned In driving Grand Duke NichD i s ' armies furlhor I UlS 1M- i pel marshes, evidently Willi Ihe pin ', pose of repenting the early score of ihe Germans In (he Masurian Inks i region of east ptoi h To ih" northwest, in th sector Ij ; niK onls ' shon dlgtnnct to the east j of i mi easi prusHi in frontier, Borlia I reports an adVMce of the Teuton and tile capture of ihe (own of upsk Kv- inn lusl to the wean of the fortress of ! Grodno iinoi) w hlch the alms of lot rm denlly i i up led. i:.. mi: lull sio Dili Wiiii ihe opening of ihe autumt months, th military nhseiaers are dl reeling attention to th Russian fall "tonus ai I hi begin l thai llltarj K I rrvers arked Iconic inowrau, pre ting in.- equinox on afterward haav) snows fell ii I, iio in i ame disaster to Na Desperate rightlns continue Parrtanelles, Ih Ihe I. lull v of ,i wh"ie Hie Rriilsh raotntl) iio ir landing. The Turktsli m lalm i in ic cap) ura by ihe i i - forces of allb il irencho with rn field have been confined b ! fighting, on the Austro-Italls INI IH H TOW KM llil REIORTEI) I com II N mint was KlM'n OUI D) in AUSlnan arat offk totlgli ' KiisMian theater Of war The armies of tienerals Pflnneer, Bait In ,nni Bnthmf have advanced to Btrlpa Ai several points ihe enemy attempted lo arrest our puraull but was every, where repulsed), Bspeclully gtubborn realstance ha,i been brnken at the low cr Koroplo i i iih i. "The Iroop of General Boehm DT' iiiolll em onnlered strong!) run il n il position eax! '-f I ocgpW op the IU running rrom iiihiv-Miinieii, ross Tiiporow to RadllechoW, The I enemy was atiacked md rcpulKid at I several pi, tills ailing lilt front, I in Vdliyma. um forces ndv.i mirig I low. ml lailsk . lined Kroiind Swln- in, h am) Other places Stubbornly de fend",! by the n were taken. "Austro-MungarUtn troop fiKhtlna In the BlelOVlesh region defeated ihe ! Russia in. near S.ei es'.nw o. mid are I pursuing them toward Prussany. I ' Italian theater of war X'e. i,, j Ihe i m mi niainlaliieil an artillery fire of Intel llllttelil sllenKth aldng the i pul si d i ii iiie Corinthian ami Tyro lean frontier districts the situation I unchanged " I I l!h- KM Ollli ( XI - XI KXItllXM Ills Cnnstsntlnople, Aug, to (via Ltn don. 7 l'i p. m i The following eiirn- jmunlcatlon on the progress of opera Hons in th Dardanelles wa Issued ' today bj i he Tur i The eio mc war ofnc tturdai t We, I stubborn attai k In ti Istrb I of Ajuafart which weie repulsed with ioe in the enemy, Hi cotlnttrat. tack we recaptured tranche be fori I h STOP TO GERMAN CAINS IN RUSSIA da) our Ummm r i m Ml RROHS I Nl. Xi.l Ml N (.l Ii IN i'l Rl l PtMML ;l" vtg I oiiilon, lay unil Similiii i iiiitiuio'ti to be of i eh 1 1 :u t t as i ag itn'ir operation aKilnt tli vlll.me of Itlischaten in the direction of 1 In i! lit th l region nf oiim, attempted Hundaj lo id vance in th direction of Gran on ih,. remainder of the frtwl slon the middle Ni. uh n and toward tin- aouth r. .ii guard, xvhii h, on Be turds pulsed a seles of io'ini.'in iittin ri ssted a Utibborn off nan e bj ttrong enemy forces from the west . mi the from of Prusannj Gorodlts, in ihe raglan of Vladimir Volynshj the enemy, Hgvlnk changed ihe dlspo ition of his tumps continued Rundny his offensive wllh ichik forces In Ihe i i tion of Vladimir d osi.s and trd Lutsk. North of Uitak tight i id n H RRPORT HI I i iTi i i n in on i won i " j an) other rule should exist I o idon, ahc so 1 10 II i.l "This domination," Mr. Read taclu report from Field Marshal sir John Ud In pan. "hus eaustd a daap and "Tench, commander-In chief oj lbs jiuilen ami hmg continued reHeiiim.ni British arm) In ihs field, as given j anions, the people at being govsrned OUl by Hie British srai Office tonight I by imn not of their choo-lnn They as follows demand n change The shari bnttnl sin e my last communication of Ipian is a lolutlon, or, ut !, it may August II there has bean no righting ! be ihe Rrss itep thai will work out 01 r from to re, ord Tber, has!, ..i,,, ,'i - ,,,o been certain amount of mining ac- , "When I w imek home as l um llvlty, i, hi conditions genera 11) Ivavs Ltuu n,, j0 lo p,.,ui rny declining ,M"'" normal jyeari I no an tO no Wllh llle feeling BOth op the 1Mb and Ihe L'lsi w. succeeded In -iHiiitliig down ' m mi seroplaites, u ihe SSth our heavy ar- irtheaat of ypres). Gn the same V-1 ctuim our loyal flylnc ted with our sine in lack on the forest of which wii sucenssf ill Hps co-op er rial m Maersti lied oMt Without the lOSi of any machine." I 111 N II lt ol l'K I! HAH i, n i l, i TO RKPtRT Kredeiiek I .under. Ihe rcouldicon Parlg, ug Id (ID It p m I Th sggt ohalrman, Lemuel Kiy uuIk;. war office tonight made pubtli the Jgj i Smllli and Kdgur L, IH ackctl. following official communication who long have fouubt with the "regu- Arttllery flihllnr ha taken pluce,ar,. ) n,tt atate. opposed It. in Artot ami the region of Quenns. i Aftei dlacuaalna the proposal specif i vierres, when our fife na scatiereu t ipadiy, Mr Root said; I some "f the enemy's trenches and hit Vy',, (iUk ab0ut the government of I German sncampmenta eonstltutlon What la th r.ioern- in the rgonn oui batteries havm,n 0f thla atata? what haa 11 I D stopped tm sral time attempted bom- durini th lorty year of my acquaint- bnrdmenta by th amy, ItoKt wlta ii ! The torrnnnl ot MM I rather vloln( cannonade rascotl(titut.ion? "h. no, not half iin taken place in Lorraine toward M..n- I Bosange and Phaaelle ami also in ihe V cages in ihe rsgl r Rabo - us and LliiKc T S I.l Megl was Hie I Ih lo damage threutom d athtr than stnndlna Umbel Smoke in, hi ih, fin clouded Round until na, iga i ton wa p. two boat having sunk wllbln ii iiii mm: lnu:h! in 1 1 SMALL FIRES ON PACIFIC FORES ARE STUBBORN slnrled In ImhlnliiR In'iuem a i.oMinmcHi nm l,,li,,ii aevernl days ! 'be people should be continued sin sivln trouble and a 1 1"'1 lor to ihe government that is uu rted from Bend Hood thorlaed hy th people Roth parties lumbla river, reported nt-e alike All parties are alike. The er control along the eyatem extends through all. Itosebura reported "What the unerring Instinct of the ,, . ,, in I democracy of our state ha been in Maim i in Beyond oatrol Ten mil. Idaho, a f forestry d iiiu beyond i star a nd h sra inn um isi oi Bonner' Peri I siioinioiieil twenlv-flv. . . f , local foi 1 asei i thai 'hi perversion of de asslstants, while anothei mocrs can be hanged aa truly a rear Lake h w on Laki Ih atmoapt Which made the cred- e. Pire nm pi contrnl II indnj posslbls in thi conajr ff0m (I,,. r ,i . ii n, of the l ulled stale wus blown away in ih.- tone of public opinion, ilie fifth orasumabll We can lake ibis one step toward ,' ,' mtvUm look.' not ml, I, ma the people of Ihelr part forth i. .day near Montecilo, a suburb of Bant Barbarai a watai ami winter resort for many wealthy easterners, iHeat of an inteneltj unuaual along the coast aided the flame At noon iiie thermometei showed ninetyejaven R T York State Convention 'Invisible tal BOSS RULE SUBJECTED TO SCATHING INDICTMENT in Eliminating Party Des potism and Placing Re sponsibility Are II rued. .V MOR.NIN4J JOURNAL IP. DA. LlASIP WH.K1 Albany. Aug. .to, Krom the floor of the constitutional convention today. President Btthu Knot condemned Hie j system of "boaatem" Isovernmsnt." which tad "Invisible government ' which, he said, lo his knowledHi has dominated New York for forty year, and pleaded that Ihe people be armed with Ihe abort ballot ih. H ihej maj sstahllth their own rule it all wrong, he declared, thai say I have not failed tfl speak and to got In ae, ordain e with Ih less. his i hat 1 learned there from Ihe i oil of m) fatliern." Itooi I nun's Sbmt llullol. Mr Itool was speaking particularly in behalf of the diort ballot ami de partmental rsorganbtatton proponali It bus bad th HUpport of the so-euled fj del II iVowd hi ties Mirftmtlen bui has bean optKNMd by member at t h "old kuiiiiI " Amoiu, Ihose who have support, d il are Mr Itool, ileorge V. wickersham, Henrj L Mlmaon and !,. ,,, half wa) when I asked what p,.,,,,!,. flM,i wmpg in our state government, my mind goes back to Ihose periodic fits of pUbllC laue ill will,' th people arose and tore down the political leader, first of one pa'l.v ami then ol he other party, PjUt) BoSSCS "ImKlble t.on l ollli III " i am talking about the ystm. Il'io in th davs ill teuton and I'mi ktlng and Arlbnr and f'oincll and Pmtt, from ihe dam ' David B Hill, down lo th presenl lime, th nj ernmenl of th si ate bus presented two ditferenl hues of activin, one ol ti natltuttonal and itavutory offi ear of Ihe state and the other of the pal I i leaders the) call lllem pa?ty PLEADS FOR SHORT BALLOT AS PE0PLESWEAP0N TO 001 BOSSES 3nC0)''nvislhe government rdr i don I remember bow many year Mr, Com 3 tllO ; kiint wa the luprsma ruler In thla siaic the governoi did uoi count, leg' lalatursa did nol count. And In a great outburst of publl, rage lie wus i pulled down Then Mi Platl ruled Ihe slate for lsasss oiasj nigh upon twnty rear And Mm oapl ;a Forest (tal wa anol here u wn at U rond- ., Lni with Mr I'lail and Ilia lieutaii- e a deep and Miilleii resentment at ig governed thus b) men not of people's chooatngi Parti Head Respoetalhla. 1 1 in ! ! have 1, now ii I In hi all. and amnio. 1 . . . . 1 - I. . ... 1 .....l l.v dud of alfiiis of stale than that which is applied in private affair i deny that we can not change It, In government, bul toward robbing Hn in esponsllde autoi t iOy Of Its in d, i. i,,,i,i, and ntiiiihi and undenio cral control of governmont, and re Blorhm it to ib people to be exer . led b the men of their choice and I their control.