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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY CITY EDITION EDIT'ONj 5uktv-sixtii mm; ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, li.ulv b ;ir M..HII, Si Mail. PRESIDENT'S PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM CALLS FOR IRE OUTLAY OF IRE BILLION DOLLARS IN 5 YEARS ENTIRE COAST LINE TO BE FRINGED WITH FORTS AND MOST POWERFUL ARTILLERY Naval Strength to Equal That of Any Other Nation. Includ ing Fofty-three Dreadnaughts and Battle Cruisers and Swarms of Submarines and Destroyers, All Equipped With Latest Death-dealing Devices: Army. Regular and Reservists, to Number More Than Million, and Muni tions Supply Is to Be Ample for Any Emergency: Chief Executive Is to Go Before Country in Advocacy of Measure Which Will Be Presented to Congress at Open ing of Session. PV MOHNIN4 JOUBNAL IBBi-IAl. LIAIIO VOSBI Washington. Oct lv- a national Mean program thai probubl) means an expenditure on the army and nav. of upwards Ol a billion dollars in the next III years will be laid before the people By President Wilson November t, When he Roes to New York to make hit. first public address since the SMpC "f the polity upon which his thninietratton has embarked became known, the president will speak before t ho 111 UOflS have I, t -Me and Impelled him out double th, to approve plans llrcadtii ot vin me the estimates of the Ivy departments !,-Uead lilted itnl&g yea i, the bn th ot iiiiiitratiun s policy S to pi ISj la being realized. It shape) I totals us follows. Navy; Km new ship and Incre rrwtnnel in Jb c yi-.tr- "Oii udO Arm) For reserve, material (; ml ammunition) within four y lor,, ntiii. nun. For new coast defenses and I raltatlon of old nuts within :-, 111,000 tile hi" proposed ital anin in the rat nn, , iniiiK increasing appropnauoi the first Six-year period whi link,' the total expenditure Unie 1151,000,000). The grand total eapendll ICtually planned would be I'oriiiiduhie nai Program. tccordtng la idans laid ou by Itti uf tie navy and war di p; nits no se ' ipendltures would i ire by IMS a first line of dre 'e submarines that would fringe Atlantic and Pacific coasts with itmosl solid line of defense ngalnst Ck; a fleet of nearly ITa destroyers fusoroni tthiii ,'. For tl, till 'iid ., I.1MMI 00(1 it tin. there would be at iX .veals i trained foree of ten. ineimiinc a regular I'm; of I 10,000 and the proposed OT Isental army ami reserves; a ting f ully manned const defenses, eoulpi i d l'ldi the largest ami most powerful 'imninnitlon. MuiiHioiis gssured. .n, the enormously ln- clty of private munition ant. f P nippUes or small errns und field sun ammunition, ,1,'f in it,, step toward enlarging the iwvy km taken today when contracts w ii warded for twenty-two of the "rin;'u crufi authorised by the last uinaress Thev nre ix bis cruiser lf?lt rs ihlrtv Loot i... ,i eiicli to "Wl guns and iv ikvraft guns, an. issl fle splaclng u nipped us rifle i itimates Sot Published. "either war gor naj depart no ut bnate for th mhrg year have Wl made public as yet in detail. It ' learned today, however, that of ' Is:. 'Miii.niHi in. reuse over last W U)l to be ask, ,) by the war de ftment, 146,000,000 would go to- i ' serv e material and eoasl de ,V' "iks. ii,,, ri malnlr ?,000,- " tl) be used in bUlldlnS UP lb ' hew "lies, regular and continental. Peri ' "esapc.ike bay. " is proposed to Spend more of the money m building new forts to guard York, s.in Pranelsen an,! other iPeaj harbors from attack Gigantic Ween-inch rtflts win be mounted in all these defenses of the first class, nre the enemy crafi with modern J-"" would i,e dangerous from great reaier i.un I lance. Another expenditure contemplated ? aireadj has been sccompllshed jj Wst w-iiv i,n,i th,. work fill be nor 2c pn until ever) fort is rnodernlaed, x" sixteeB-lach rifle will bs installed " place ,, KToaller guns. Bowever, it ! Kld, bee, use In make r the iiiix-s in magasines, hoists, ma nd ths like would be mon pen.i,-r Ki ,C3i sAlilXaetorj' th: hin- IRAN ONE ,. I build new , -xpl.u einenis for those huge weapon. The navy department has still to ! fi ward contracts for the major por tion of the building program attthor I lxd by the last congress. Contracts ; Will be awarded next mouth for four j fleet submarines, bigger, faster and more powerful than any submersible I craft over designed. The Behley how I building, win displace a thousand tons its ki ts 111 the sill1 displace 1 make nth. also. , 32,000 ;.s which fourteen will have arine at is beinH t went -1 1 contracts Nej let fi will h and 1 tHek. the nature of who the i closely guarded, ad I i ur Ills ships it red-) The present program o I Uplthtn four bin ships a y I pointed out today, given tatdlto keep tie designs up t' Can I , ear 1', -tvr T'.i., .a tn irmsfll is proposed f,, build on art tie urulser the first yen . it was portunlty ate from tan wUy two bat- si m it tid t '"' 1 imber of' rear sees! .sin,, ,i-! xpedition on Gallipoli Penin sula Is Not Progressing Sat isfactorily; Sir Ian Hamil ton Is Recalled, igtV WORM I NO JOWRNAl Loudon, k i. n Mitiiiii iiiis been in vii; a. m.)- emlehaa uppolnte inand I lardunell, exp an Kara 11 Ingland to mncement make a report is made by the That all has Th war ffh not bl ttonary Well with the , xp, the Qalllpoli peninsula to way t,, Constantinople has cated not only by the offl i reports, but by intimations in high e London, a few days ago in i jsh Parliament ViscoUOl Mill gestsd "i'' withdrawal of iron (ialllpoll and their tianitftl other theater of war. in reply I.,,, rd L-ansdowne was impossible for sn) mem1" overnmenl tn give an unit that ihe troops u the Dardanelles drawn from them rteneral Sir lan Id had command of the IJrltlsh I mops. -r..n, ih.. lone of tiieir f il si landing m April, in his report! to the wet of ft,-.-, chronicled very heavy losses to I ins forces, with comparatively small gnins The result of this has been to arouse discussion as io whethei me oneraiions in ibe Durdanellen were progressing in a waj t" warranl theti I continuing. J General (IT lan Hamilton is one (the veteran fighters of the 1 ''"'"!' , fSrmy, having sc II X i , I ghan war of ls7 ihe Issl, ihe Vile expeoi i-ainpaigns in Africa an African war In which he siuff to land K it, In in I years of age. Major General t'harle Monro, win, was horn in DUth i 'armlehai m;h, wan ap pointed , ommandi f of an last January. He entered t LITI ami served with dls South Africa in 1 Hi- 1 MO. eanimanded a divtsl ( 1 tt'ianl. wtn, mand of thi I mrdanelles. las, Mai on iiritish fore llllde ii i isliitioll front, lie if snlendld aervii a in being mentioned sv dlspati hes for herohtra he suffered severe has til" eral I n ii ret K,,e timet a no ouan j Mau e,,-u ,i, i" .. . ENGLAND TRIES HtmrnrafliiinfR il Lm uunuiiniiuLii mi rninntMCiirc Mill Uli Url ILLLLd IHK WKATHKR I A I Hi R FORECAST. i Washington, Oct It. 'Ken .M'u TUe sd) and W. dacsda) nr. wanner north portion Tuc.sda . WainaO Weil- I MHhy. LOCAL l VIIH.lt lt! ltKT For twenty-four hours, ending at l. m. eterd.iy: Maximum lamp-trainee; 13 de rees; minimum, jt fligirnn range, I ill liTi1' . temperature ,u ii p. m I ,i rw. southwest muds clear Summary of War News of Yesterday HuiiHIIoli nmand x the British toi res in ill and culled home to ma I the Wat "flue Ml llo I i paJgn. He is to DC : I Major ii neraj Chariei i Monro, an olfi' ei u hn sei trice. The Dardanelles ,,p, not been a fruitful ol Urtt war offll e and England would wish, I there ha I i much I causa ot the failure of ,i ,t tnetles report to ' rations have results ,,s the the people .,r tnd. of criticism the land late, be and thai , I sea forces to make progress seeniej material to the ultimate aim of the expedition whleh was to reach Constantinople, Another impouaiit Hit ident on the British side of the war is the resit; nation fiom tin- cabinet Of Sir Bdwgrd Carson, ths Ulster leader, Who was appointed attorney general last May e.n the formation ol ths coalition ministry. DisaSreameSltsi are report ed in have arisen between i-lr Kd- ward ami other members of the met and his resignation, It was i ah said. hud been iu the hands of Premier s,Uilli tor fane time. while the Serbians and Montene grins i" northern and Western Serbia, are strenuously contesting the march of the Austrian' ami Uernsmiis, in the e.,st the Serbians are lighting hard aeTslnet Bulgarian attacks, the Anglo-French tones to the south with ease , on the Aegean s In unofficial reports progress in their sffoi lief to their harassed l;, port has il thai reads have oci upted a ate ib i Lire, I Miking ik re- ll th. the lilies al- Unportant btrategic extreme town of Strillllilsa, 111 Ibe southwestern pari of liul- Ijaria, just across the ilre k border, and that ,i landing has been made by them m Turkeyat Km.s. at tin mouth of the starttsa river, a short distance southeast of the Bulgarian port ,f Dedeaghatcn, While Knos is ii shallow water poll and us eto irons are unhealthy ow ing to the marshy countrj surround ing n, the Marital rivet t navigable at thin season of the year by barges us fur as Adrianople. A short dip lulicc westward a'Toss the Stream all invadlnc force would be in , lose prox- imiiv to the BulaeriM railroad lllw rtinninpr n,,rth through recently ncqulred bj lb, territory Const,antinopb Wl , k I th pamn i 'd the imtps this progress Is slow enna claims that several addlt VI ,nul hy vuutuue noinls have been taken by he Teutons ami that the I hi maria ns ' iu the sector in which they are fight- lag in tin north have gained ground I in the mountainous country and fur-j i hoe advances o,i Kuri 1'alanka m Ihclr attempl to gain lh- 1 'skitp-Nlsli railway, tin eutiin of which prong uld delay the northward irn if the (Tench and liritish from Balonlkl, lery bombardtnentH and fmlit- ineans of handgrenadeit have be sole methods of warfare French lines, www on the Hold (he attempt ot I'leld von Htndenburg to push Dvlnsk has br,, itlit out. tin- hardest fighting. Berlin assert that Rood progress has been made by von Hmdenburg to the south of Riga add thai mar lllouksl Itussian posi tions extending over a front of marl. two miles have beep enpltlled Stubborn ftghtlnx i going on in I the Austro-ttaiian zone. nh th 'Italians on the offensive. i in Ihe j plateau of Doberdo ths Italians in an atiaek reached ihe Austrian J BAN UPON RACING IN CARRANZA'S DOMAIN MOANINl JOURNA' CC.tAL I RAStO Mini '.Hi Klancisco. (lit. - The Mexi- can departmem rpoted Ramon consul general Han l''ran, iseati mi affairs di I Negri today Mexican i ii,,tif here Mexican authorities w th,' operation of a race tr ick or any j other form of gambltna I have heard that A. B. Spreekel I Ik one ot the men interested In the Da j In ma project," said Consul de Nepli j today, "if I find tins Information t,, be true, I shall Inform him thai lien-, ; er.,1 Carrpnn win not permit the j trttck to operate." A li. Hprecksig admitted today tnai Ii, WSJ interested iu tin project, but' said he had not beard of General Cur 1 ranaa's reported objections. "We got permission from the gov eminent of uower California, he Mi II '.(1.000 will be .' iro Madero. a esident Rran Mad, i track." i Consul de Negri said II I Ins to his informal ion. tin : poni ,-ssioii was granted h I ban CangU, self-sly led I ,,,w ,-r California. CSUtU ! SUoh concessions freely, de I but without any authot i ! right to b, so. sk Kst , uong ib I Russian ' Malshal . I hroniih tl Hctatoi of;'" Is granting lu h Ua-H nld ulghl To License Wool IQxport. London. Get tl (19:18 p m. -The wai tiad, departmenl announces ihm It will consider applications for li censes to export tn Ho- United Btetea ami Baal India wool purchased in the forthcoming Liverpool wool sale up I,, maximum of ten thousand hales. but ihe Licenses will net be granted for black, gray or brown wool, yel low pie es. low and medium hard while blank-.) which chsggM tury purposes. wool or grinned wool, ai.- required for miu- CARSON LEAVES CABINET AFTER DISAGREEMENT : WITH POLICIES DC . n comes Disgusted Because Governmi CONDUCT OF BALKAN AFFAIRS UNSATISFACTORY Qisi :intemplatedjSe In Dai danelles, Displeasure by quith, and Shows ,, , inoRN,, BSSCJAh ilttll, AIIBj I Uondon, I vt. 1 x (io in p. m. i si: Kdward Carson, attorney general, has resigned from the liritish ibinet break "f tl the movera Ireland wh , -m ujalnat uome rale for tpr a lime threat tied si , i count) At ihut 1 , onservath e member f.,r Dublin university civil war In Uistf lime he Was I he , , of parllameQi f,,i and gained moat noil irlely for his speeches attacking n ami the sympu i hlw rs and thr, at, tllng iii ens id the home rule bill ting up a provisional Ulster. II, was the ( coven, 1 1)1 of resist mCi and led the l ister n - lion of the Ulster voli When the present l m nt w is f,,i med Uu hoin tile e rub foi ms M. rtfol ward WM i en I h I' it nosl oolaldc eases with w .aid has had to deal sin.', hi my of ihe attorney general re the board oi trades Inquiry , sinking of the Lusltaniit and i dings before the prise eoult condemnavtlon of American iruoes whleh bad been seised I he it ei the nnd Belt Uh pn4 i iiiHi nt tn tlm th. th W el , d, slim d fl at o m in i Ills will Ib, Th son, 'son, the fin anlfeatiitlon ,d i know n to e s is the result, irttatlve state efss over eon- mdttlon of af- I he diver 1st anion aocordlni ment ii o I nth senpu fairs ! made no pet son: reasons 'or resigi .stood thai b, (lis llcy which is be Ualkans and the the Whole nation. der pol tile ding iller ppi o'es ig folio of lb, mens this week, the government hers of the hoUl th" general nillii in the Near (Sasl set , ida i attacks on i by mem eti,, u with especially Mil I M 1 I Uli Mil I M l III I, Mi's MI TWIH BU ii. in.) Pre it convention dmond said crisis mi hi isi.ieii of the In declined, us threatened I dangers. A ii no ii ready 'that i coa lit ion government. I vi as precarious. 1 1 1 hy InterttS I ami extei I conspiracy existed am to sacrifice national unity in ine iw-e j of th, enemy to further their ow n I pt'editoct ohs and theories. I it whs common talk, laid ibe Irish leader, that a gem ml election W is i.nuMible hut Ireland could I it thai j she. Wig not i 1 usi le for i dangers. LOOTED SILVER llo TO PA! TROOPS siher pe emptoj , i om i bib I flacate ri Chihuahua this authority, ai Chihuahua ttlna day and am i w inch is litis of refined "pesos fiter- leil "tostnllcs'' mines 'ordtng t, lag 111 sllv , re alau ms tavo pU Itallr, d flut and half in the n-w curn a The new currency is said to Sponsible for Ireiea.-e of Icerll the Villa arm) There ire said to he l.'.nOo Villa, I. ,011" inapg imops at i 'hum ehua QUI ol Villa la -aid le havs .u his ioi COINED Blf VILLA MIST RO-bE P.M UBS ENCOUNTER SHARP RESISTANCE BY DLili Win. and nOI POINT WHERE RUSSIANS WILL STRIKE NOT KNOWN Eastern and Western Fronts Without Much Change of Position oi Valuable Gains, , MO,NIN JOURNAL ,l 11 IMIiaWlNIl . London, Oct. II U9 p. in,) Tl reports thai the allies have oomph Strumites and landed at lams, wht. was recently transferred front Turl ah to Bulgarian rule, lias caused though : nringing I Bulgarlai lainsi i no t Ileal t hat lie th, Sell, Ian neighbors, wl ,k,d. are of 'aistunce to Unitarian, t, h,-d ihe tins ,,n which they to make their stand Bulgarians, s,, jar uh can be I, have made progress onh In cl he ' le. inn- ' ih. VA otokopska ,alh , m ar Ihe t ivei- MiWat t rth o. the town ,,f rran thej blew up a bridge confirmation however, of thai thej -v the railway iei. ih, bridge wbi' h they wit tin capture of ; strategir value, a inn no- defense ot ibe ratlwai a) gartans to keep to,,. M Of Millie. good landing pit threatens Dodeas. great harbor an. its occupation per il the southern end d compels tin. Bui force there, Kims, is although ndi a e. lis occupation latch, Which has a is fortified and Han population has ae.ha.ioh. whll Ii is lids ol Ibe military, under Oermi Tb, Ital, ii , , porta, will the Balkans their navj i allied tb ' looked for. The point bat Ho nperatlon of Inch ths Russians yet been disclosed, however, that the will sink" has not The expectation 's, allies icy, a mrpi powers ami thai si en to hi Inr TUI k for,- gsatataiti - i an There has heel fighting on both western fronts. i,t for the central ale hclou nU- il astern and in neither nm mpted a gem rs i rnurns are still oil between Ulga e met with sotne has SltHet' side off nafve Tb, making a area alt sums who are alia,, I tfio. claim some gain: OfM pf'vail Ihe liritish ,,f Verinel rlln report, scked tlm the PVench 'hampajms, Xone of m, marked na oi' the hi altm or dins, i I I' r o I too! : lan 'the; STRIKE VI0LENC NASHUA ICREASES Bl Mr.NfCNO JOUHNAL BSSSIAfc HAtlD WtSf iHshua, N, II-, hi i, is, -- An an nod military gourd tonlghl p led the plant of the Nashua Ma: tilling company, where one mi pi o b ably fatally shot, one Wotl loyonetted and other pi i u I tubbed (III bonce HIIIIh l,, da" ,., nles today, Two co from llancheater to help the twi which have been mill gates sin, , pap and shorte- Weeks Ug. Adam Itaxat he ti militia offlta r, . men! by tb' poll condition i, , night win, wai wound cl ding to a i tal'' , Whs iu n critical Alex nulla Bt 1 1 ka, In hei light arm BJ a M ,1 e bayonet, ami six declared I" bin aid to be ill no othi r girls i in, been clu'd,.', I, danger. Itatth-aMp I'm, 1 1, e Begins mi 'Vew ifampahtre, oon th' fourth division of the fleet -aib d toda) from prising vtlnntn Hampton Koads f,,r Hi" southern 'lull grounds it i" underntood that eight of the ships ,,f th fleet win apind two weeks m spe, ml target practise Off Ihe VilUllllo ,,lpes. SERBIAN FORCES Ilandits If rick Train Star Hrounsrillc 1 '.1 . tW ttS lUf, Tt uth bound p urn m I train on th si v Mi i. U i nil, .ad. d six and I hail ill. . -opp, sodlv bj sd the engiaaar, Hid three r tilted of the wreck ,111,1 killings l-'oo panlei of United states Infantrj rushed to Ike eenc by special f.db-wed 1 lw troops of e.oalr The bandits ale tepotl,', I ' 1 been passengers and on arm u Olmlti began shsotlng at other . niters Tr i tin n set fire i train which was sun burning CHURCH NO PLACE 10 PERPETRATE HATREDS London (oi 18 (I p. m.) T wail ,f a church is not sa sp prop Hat place lu perpetrate hatred." was the reason given bj Mr Philip VVIIheahsam. chancellor ,,f the dtaceac of Cheater when refuelng t permit a memorial table) to ., b urn of the Uusttanls In Hoi) laki i bur, b to bear the l&SI I IP t Km "Who was murdered on the Im sttiinia i the Germans." The chancellor then suwreated ihet the Inscription shttuld read: win, lost hi- life when tin l.ueituniu was torpedoed bs tn Clermnns." This was aureed to. FULL SECURITY tic! many, in L atesl Note on Frye Case, That Opportun ity to Escao Is Not Enoughi IB, MoflNlNA JOUR1A, KPfl ,AS LA A BID M,SBI W asbiiiL'ton Got IN Publication tonight of th, latest note sent by Ihe rutted states I,, Germany in the case r tin American ship William t' Ptys reveals that the United Slates does tun regard "an opportunity to aacap iu a life boat" as so, h Bafety us la re, Hilled for n.isseiigers and , lew of hid Aniei'i'.in vess"i daatruyed whew cairv na contraband. In the note, whleh is dated October 1 J, Secretory Lansing oxpresaei satis f act Ion thai German j agreed tu ihe American proposal for a toim com mission of experts t,, fix damages for Ihe loss of ihe l'r, sunk by the commerce raider Prina Rltel (rrled rich, and COQCUfs I" 'I'' suggestion from Berlin dial ii is not i ssary I,, appoint an umpire in advami Insists t poo Hafet) Vlrat, in agreeing to submit to arbltra lion lllffefell w In, Ii h arisen over the interpretatloi slan-Amertcan ircai I Fnlted States pi le, I, understanding thni n waived iu itn Interval it the prus r i'.'s tt, i record its rights ate (esrmani gl ready has give ine arbitration issitram in ,t pend- tmei lean shitis enrrv - nig be .in,..' ., contraband hot molested, inn smee practb ally av eoinmoditv of Importance has i , m ids ahsolutt, contraband, the itc of tin- assurances is regarded officials is comparatively amall. S Riet i' an ;:'o ct nmeot holds Hint treats of is.'s does not pi rmlt the uu, lion under any clrcumatances of American vessels carrying Ci hand of any i haracter and in Iti Insists thai whib th,. arbitration (codings arc I" progress, mar ciirlty than Is afforded iu life nt ri boats and should crews , iei ma i It II, CO' tlhsollll b, given to ii American naval comm.' ran io deatro contraband. Imerlcan r out rtdmlttlm ,f I.,, lulnn '. "and on II i requlremenl uration tinii - royed 'il 0' placed ' 1 1 sal pass, , Ii I bat I he le la . understanding In article SO of in for,, i i,e vessel rsous ,,ii board ' I v ,' Is not sa lis th' in an oppor llfe boats. Ihe I 'ntted Htatea i arbitral iwafd I Ihe de, In I il ion I" gov , ruing Ihe u government tn ih iiuii gOVCI no willing, In t hi- ' of L,,nd th, re Ihm v easels contra b, In Hi, (lie Pill I 'lose Bl I iglnnu i" Absolute d ill an American ship . 1 1 t rnbaiid. v. as , Ulken aboard III.. sub in. ill lew te ,'"! irnnaferred laid win ii n' "i- shore. com plain I has bei n mad" at to 1 1 , at ment, but an sffoi i ,s being (o safeguard the Am in. in lives I future. Summing-up of Note, Deluding l he note sa v s in- govsrnmeni of th, Ifntted I conetiri In Ihe desire ,,f the lm i lierman government thai the past mad' pel'lll! negotiatli Hie com loin "I I ifti'lio,,,,, 'i of Th lions sll" I ! nil in i an col,, in" oi of 1,1 feci wld, i, y flea ,s i Amerlcai (iripatlni i, relative to th, signing ni omlas referrlna i iIm otie. ted between ih, ni, I the ui, ri and i he govern ales will be clio oinpron foreign i inform 'spared t , Uc mi ssa that il Ho tin- the imp, Io ku Hons ment a ml ia - vern ,s IO naed preiei ii aareeaiue I lorn, in gOVCI eic that the arpltrs in ni, pro. 'dure, aiona "t articles The llnaiie nr rathor than the lion eh has. d to I Iii 1 1 n I in hinge! perms i id b foi in of arbitration bt ton in conn al The Hague." 'he AMERICAN LIVES MUST BE GIVEN CARRANZA TO BE RECOGNIZED AS FIRST CHIEF OF MEXICO TODAY lean Nations Take Step Formally Which Had 0en dised by Conference, ARMS SHIPMENTS TO REBELS TO BE STOPPED Man Now at Head of South ern Republic Has Had Pic turesque Career! Supported Made-ro and Fought Hueita, IB, MOtNIAA J',',, SA, SBSftlAt ,I,ID Wtmf. Vt'ashlngton, Oct 1 -Diploiiirtti, relations heivv.-en th,. I'tdted State"! and Mexico will be formally renew ed tomorrow, after lapse of ln eais and Sight months, bv the form al recognition of 'enutlauo carrau , as ib, ehlef executive of Ihe do facto government of Mexico, Secteturv Lansing; and the unibas Sadora from Brasll, Chile and Argen tina and the ministers from Bolivia, t'rugthkj and Guatemala, const itnttng the I'm Vndiican conference Ot Mexican affairs met today and deeid , ,1 it), on tin farm in which their f spectlve i,,.v ernmt nis wouM preaant recognition ami rixed tomorrow as the inn, for Ihe ni l Afterward Sc, retsry Uansrng inmic this aiUUKunce "The conferees under Lnatruotlon from their several governments will r,M',,gtlle in, , now the de facto got , i nmeni ,,f Cailal'.a 11 m i ri, .. of w inch (general ihe chief executive." I onnal ItMSOftnlUoM I'ikIiiv. Bach government will address to General Carransu a letter or note of n, ignlUog t" be delivered to Klisen Arrodondo, personal representative of General Curran.a here. Mr. Arre- londo. who la il first , oiisln of Mr. Oarransa, win leave here uedassdsi or Thurada) to nonve) in person the leiitrs of recognition from the sev . i.ii goyernaaejnM wn ii t in- de, laion on th. Curui of recognition ihe Pan Atnapkcait con- lereiice on Mexican affairs adjourn ed Five meetings in all had been held, the first W0 being devoted to framing an appeal In the , ontetiduiK' Msxloan factions to reach an agree I mem on their internal affairs In view ,,f the failure of Ihe import. uu elements t" agree, tin conference de cided that re ognltion should be re I corded to the strongest taction, , Sim , recognition Was agreed upon a week ago, official reports show that material uhanga for the better has taken place in Mexico, hut railroad and telegraph lllMf are being rapidly repaired ami that conditions are fast becoming nornraal in many ptocea, Thousands ol troops hitherto under Qeneral Villa have tukm advantage ,,f ih, offer of aiunestv and laid down their aims and Secretary I-unship and the Pan-A marl can dtptnroata reel that a fair start has -sen tniidc toward restoration of pence ami recoaatruc tlon, the suoceM of which depends go upon the sdnUnlstrattve ability ..(' c,i ransa and Ida advls, rs ajTnnsa'f IggMaaaBtxas, Asaurancss have been given by Carranaa that foreigners will be pro tected In their lives and props rif, that claim- will be nald, 'hat uni neaty will b gi'n lo political i iev mi, - h,i wen alleglunoc lo the new government and tii,t (hard will kg no paraecutiorut of iPa clergy' tje Am sheen government is hopeful that these pi onuses will he (U I tilled The decision to refer to General Carranaa as the "uJilall executive r ibe de facto government or Mexico" was reached after some dlaoaaglon a to the till,.. UtkOUgh "prolslon ,,i president" is a gtnsrlo term applied ii, tn, executive of a republic, regr was expressed in aiinc ,Uart,r llisl since it bad BO beep tUM'd by Gen eral Carranaa himself, u use by for eign gov, rnmenta might crmte IM impression In Mexico that, he WAJ bc ing chosen lo a n'W office by foMlftg govern ineiils Tb" words "chief ex ecutive" were used dleu to avoid any Impression lhal a constitutional gov grumeni was hethg racoglilaed, ,for while there i no dlffei'i'iKc in tin benefits ol recognition to de facto or de Jure government, WW conetltu tbmai order In Mexico will not be proolalmed until a Bonatiiutional a- "mbi- i- called ie weesta hence. Tins Hseembly will formally designate ib n , mi Uarranea as "provisional pri ildent" or "prealdghl ad interim," nnd aitan",' for the constitutional , I e . of ,,r, si, lent ,,i,l Ilea OMSk I inbargn on t irfOW'R a, Hon wl Tom linmed ah consular r, pre Carranaa govern UgulSI d in t heir of i soon a- thej pre and applj for ss). flcla I capacity tins will applv for th, iovv and It that thu is understood ilo Id, nlal Aim Mean .insular sen i, e 111 .Mexi' " io, tuTallv la ' llflell by Washingl , xtendtng suggest ioi will i,e ronrgunlasd. i v . i i, incuts w ill be no gi ret cry i. a using of tbo brnment'i action in recognition nnd although no will be line', to them, it Is understood too-i of Ho in will fel low the lead of Ihe L'nitOd suites. An American ambassador lo Mag i... has sot been selected, but it ia b, lo ved one of the diplotMttli repre sentative of the l ulled States al ready in one of the ljitin-Anieil, mi countries probably will be chosen. I mis siirtlmyt lU-laGons. ExUOaioa of recognition to a gov-