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-4 AIM QUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. CITY EDITION CITY EDITION -. JL THIKTY-SEVEXTII YEAH. VOL. t'U ' TEN PAGES. HIGH OFFICII L OF GERMANY IN UNITED STATES IS IMPLICATED Plans of von Der Goltz to Blow Up Wetland Canal En dorsed by Captain von Pa pen, Is Story, ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1916. TEN PAGES. THE WEATHER weather iki:c..st. Denver, Colo., April 3. .New Mexi co: lucsduy colder, with rain south east and ruin or snow north portion; ednestlay unsettled, colder southeast and warmer northeast portion. LOCArV WEATIIEK ItErORT. For twenty-four houra. ending at q p. in. yesreruay. Maximum temperature, 67 degrees; minimum, Ji degrees; range, I'M de grees; temperature ut fi p. in., 55 do greoS; southwest wind; partly cloudy CITY BANK CLEARINGS. Yesterday I125.582.15. INVASION OF CANADA PART OF CONSPIRACY State Department Has Infor mation Regarding Teuton Activities Which May Now Be Disclosed, H MORNINU JOURNAL IRCCIAL LIASIO Wmti Washington, April SI. Photographic have BLAZE IN NEW YORK IMPERILS SKYSCRAPERS 11 MORNINO JOURNAL IRICIAL LIARIO mil New York, April 3. A. section of the business district In the lower part of the city was threatened today by a spectacular fire which burned two five-story building at 111 and IS Deek man street, occupied by paper deal er. The loss was estimated at $100, 000. For a- while the flames which swept rapidly through the Inflamma ble materials in the buildings, im perilled several skyscrapers on both sides of the narrow thoroughfare, and on Nassau street. Several floors of the fourteen story Morse building were damaged. The American Tract Society build- been i,nP ft twenty stories, in which the ACW1 York Dally by Carrier or Mall, C0 a Month. Single, Copley 6 DANIELS CLOSES TESTIMONY NEEDS OF NAVAL PREPAREDNESS Several Clashes Occur Be tween Secretary and Illinois Congressman Who Criticizes Administration, . FISKE'S RETIREMENT IS FULLY DISCUSSED Compromise Program of Con struction May Be Drafted in Committee Bill Now. Framing. .,A,.lltU A .ittt1U &J4 lrl to written by Captain von Papen. the " unices are located, withdrawn German military attache,!111 imaged by smoke and . v...m l water. to persons in hub vuuhuj osmns intm ...i II,, .lo,. 41r.H hi iiII.tim ! 1 "f ""I 'Z' : rT . tadly damaged by fire rv i 111a 11 "t'J t 'wd - - - - week nco by Scotland Yard detect utererrn f the Unludj STATE-SUPERVISED These letters, it is saw, were wm ten at the time von der Goltz was shaping plttiiH to blow up the Welland canal. One was addressed to a Ger- The buildings burned today were about .two weeks ago and were bping repaired. of the many cases that runic before him of young officers addicted to drink. He cited one man who told him thai his son, a young navy offi cer, never had vised hipim- in any form before he went aboard ship. Although he had , resolved in ask for Admiral Flake's resignation, the secretary mm Id he changed bis mind when congress created (he office of chief of operations to supplant the aide system, and intended to allow the admiral to serve ns aide until the office expired. The admiral resigned. liowe r, be fore the new law became effective. Xt Heal Difference. Representative mitten directed at tention to Admiral Klske's statement that he had resigns,! because ho bad differed from Mr. Daniels on the pre paredness question. Th,. secretary said thut was not (Me reason given to him for the resignation. Representa tive liritten usked that certain letters from Mr. Fiske and the general hoard to the secretary warning him that the navy was' unprepared for war be placed In the records. Air. lmnlels nerttnea to da no, saying lie had no intention of permitting sin h corre spondence between! the bourd and himself to be mad the subject of gs- slp. j CongrfHsninn i Criticised. Representative Oliver, of Alabama, democrat, made a statement sharply ittucking Representative Rrllteii. Ho said the Illinois member's attitude throughout the hearing hHd followed the single line of criticizing the sec retary of the navy. He Killed atten tion to the fact that Mr. liritten had insisted upon calling- Admiral Fiske and declared the questions propound POWERFU L GERMAN DRV E AGAINST VERDUN MAKES GOSTLY GAINS French Retreat, Drawing Teu tons Into Position Upon Which Deadly Flanking Fire Is Poured, HEAVY FIGHTING ON EASTERN BATTLE LINE Both Russian and Turkish Re ports Claim Successes in Caucasus Region; British Force Beaten in Arabia, lV MORNIN9 JOURNAL FECIAL LIARIO WIM Washington, April 3. The house naval committee brought an end to day to its prolonged hearing on the "l to the admiral by Mr. Uritlen had 1917 nHViii appropriation bill. Hecre-been of a purely personal nature, not Itarv Daniels closed a. three-da v state-,"" effort to enlighten the committee i . . w..r i : a i itt tin v -1 1 r.rnl.luiMU . . - . - ... t -m.. unfit .iriuui llrtilu.. ,.i..t I, ..w ' 11 una. uppeHi ior 8iipiori 01 int mum..-, ,tv im.-v ...... n - j WINNIPEG QUIET AFTER TWO NIGHTS OF RIOT mv morninr jounNAL inctL liaiio wirii Winnipeg, .Manitoba, April ;t, Quiet prevailed here tonight following the rioting of Saturday and Sunday nights in which four soldiers and one civilian Wei, dangerously Injured und scores of other persons rut and bruised. Military authorities took steps to prevent n repetition of tho Violent scene brought on by clashes between soldiers and the police. An agreement was reached where by the city police hereafter will main tain order among the populace and the military authorities among the soldiers. Tho war cries of u drunken Indian who tried to rescue u soldier from the police started the trouble on Sat urday night. Scores of soldiers ral lied about their comrade and a Ben era I fight ensued. Disorder broke out Sunday evening when soldiers attempted to storm the police station and rescue comrades taken into custody the night previous. MOUNDED AND ME ONLY EIGHT , VILLA IS NEAR! PARRA L FLOOD CONDITIONS AT DALLAS THREATENING MOKNINa JOURNAL .RACIAL LIAIIO fRI! Dallas, Tew, April .1, Rising alight ly further today, the Trinity river at Dallas tonight stood at 3H.1 feet, the highest since May, 111 OS, when a stage of 62.6 feet was recorded. Thu river still was rising slowly. Property dam age has been reported but there has been no loss of life so far as known. Bandit Chieftain in No Recent Battle Either With Carranza of American Forces, Is Re port in El Paso, PERSHING THROWN OFF, TRACK BY SYMPATIZERS Peons Loyal- to Their "Mexi can Robin Hood," Give False Information to Expe- ' dition; No Reliable "Guides, 11 MORNIN JOURNAL RIOIAL LIARIO KIRtl 101 Puso, April 3. Francisco Villa, i1 MORN, NO JOURNAL IRICIAl LIAIIO WIRI) Having strulghtened out their linei by occupying all rrencn positions , ,,0,(H m)rth ()f IulaM ,,, h); unwounded snd aceompanlod by only north of the Forges brook, between j rv,l. (1)lWv mywK im) u ,(,(,VPd eight men, was fit, Satevo, 60 miles Huucourt and Hethlncourt, north west j (h(, (.r,,Ht wi l)UHH lml)iH ,on ,u orisout, of rhlhimhua ' City, two days ,oi .eroun, uie weriuaim now ure en- tomorrow Tb cr.l.i i,,. f..n... J ago. according to information received in shelling the elgion of theMn ,. t,,,,,. ,.i , ! here toriav from Mexican source Istration's flve-vear building program !try dashed again when the tor-1 l!our,u m M"w t,,"t'8 no,,l,- iHlderable loss In llveso, k the Ran-I hlch have proved usually, reliablo A suh-conimlttce will begin immedi-1 m(r "f,kl'd lf a democratic congress' w,'st "f ln' f"r,r,'w'- jhandlo and western sections of Texas1'" the past. ' . utely framing the bill. ;na,l ,)ot ut ('"Wn the recommemla- Krtst ot ,ho M"'" around VauKjWhlch will probably run Into hundreds) M l'l information is correct it. TFXA RANk FAN 9' it became known toniht that a de-iuo" ,r r,'P" I E-AMo PAINr rAILi.)prmlne(1 effort woulJ hf m fi) pr(J.,,thre ba.tleshii republican secretary ps to one. 11 MORNINO JOURNAL f Rf ClAL LIARCO WIRI! vide for six capital ships two dread-; ., "If 'ou mt t g into polillus"- ,.,R government official in this coun-L. vru n,i t with such resnonse thatMvest lew" "llnK ana irust 'ompany, open its doors today, having been or-. dered closed yesterday by State Rank-; 'naughts and four battle cruisers as a 'Secretary Daniels began. ! IMPORTANT DECISION icompromise between the recommend.!-1 " " '"'" , ,o say !(,..., i. ., e ,h, ...... .i , tnat politics should be excluded, but .... ... Ift slut nnoerviMxi inut tntitii ML., " wi v dv...v.... ....... . ,,,..,, von der uoil was aoie 10 ica.c l,,n lf ,, ,,,,.. , ... . of the navy general lward. I'niied States with an American pas- Would Not IV? Se'itid. fr. there has been considerublo fighting 0f thousands of dollars. between the French and fiermaos, In which the French were victorious in driving back fhn Teutons to the northern outsklrt of the rulllotte wood, and in reoccupylng the west- a general debate on the subject fol- j ern )art of ths village of Vaux, which loweiU Mr. Rritten asserted that; they had previously evacuated. hours out previous reports that the chief Is heuded toward Parral und Is hading his American pursuers by ., I.....I .il..u nl... H. ... ON PARTNERSHIP LAW; point to Satevo which the ' American j troops aro known to have reached is i1 MORN, NS JOURNAL (PIC, AL LtARCO WlA !San AntOlllO, SlXt.V IlllU'S tO t llH Wushlimton, April . The supreme' northwest. Is llirutleil low iTUfTUi, ,..,i-i sunn,! him under tne anas M . ' " ' . ...v.... ...... . , -u,-u , .-.u.,,,,-, ,,,, , mtiuiy ,-,,r. .unui inuuy ueciue, tnat n 1 tin rall- K" " ino- ( nmm uii fip .T..l-ti a n.,(..ror.n Air. DanitTs riarr led h 11 ol forts tud:,v t fh ,nna,fn. p n,Ci'U. i.r.(r,..uKi..d I r,.i. ... .-, - .... . Hrldirman Taylor. i"? - .. - .....,.,.,.,.. ,-,,-,. .....n ,,,,., . , ,. nrvupainii, oy me vrciiiians m purr ot a pannersnip us smn ana or ,,. ,..,1,1 , i,..0 i,. iuU.,11 Kudorml by von l'apcn. MiamanBgemcnt of the bank's affalrso get from him a statement as to 1 he. during his administration. , , Haucourt-Helhincourt front fol-(he Individual membership of the part-Vvuta is .1 which h Is thi,r" The name of this official, who is w" c,hfed; 'r 'if 'f" T? "aVal ,,0",r'a U,, 'lt 'S mZ ,tha" ,;U !ow"1 u v"tftr'," ",,,llk ,n hih, nershlp as such, the individual credl-j f,A y Uxi ml and which Indeed ,til at his poat in this country, has! Bank Oommissloner Patterson .United, states should occupy He saldIr. Secretary," he said however, the (lermans met no foe, ors ofa member have priority in the ffwJ a 0 lB u' ,,ns M Tun I t carefuiw".,,rded. In the letter here probably would be no loss, the five-year program ho had mapped Secretary Daniels replied that Hec- , .pm,h mivl ,vilvM thetr dislrlbutlon of assets over tho part-! 1" ? " d:,n0 " " ro ,t leads n 1.. ..niivtiri-wi? huVO f.Y.' ... nWiX.,nc, ui-,- - - jj w - - - v . , Drained that the bearer, von der Goltz, i'',r'nien " that they will obtain;"",! Place In his judgment an v,.w,nuiKli. nml trnuttvorlhvl W IW U rpjiiijiBtuiv, wiv. " v - - - -. p-iauu in v V -ion,, vnwl 1 Adfl imrt poHiiloiiH At nlKlit without Uu Uer- ( ncrnhip I'lvdltorn about 75 rpntfl on tho dollar. .ind thatmmendation until, after the repub-j ohi),yvlnli niove,ent. From .the present congress could not beillcan defeat In the last election and Di'PWlts protected by tho state guar-;H8kpil to make up the deficiencies of! then "recommended everything lu i and as such good offices of the recipient. Offi cials tide expressed the belief tonight that this letter established, beyond question, tho fact that von der Goltz' activities in trying t bring about an invasion of Cunada and in planning the destruction of the Welland canal: wore endorsed by von I'apen, as von I der (ioltz claims. ! Known to nopurtinciit. j Photographic copies of this letter! and others from von Papen, of a na-j lure not disclosed, have been tsubmlt-! ted Lo the state department. witni went a noty detailing the essentials of von der Gobz' recent statement to de partment of Justice officials. This has been added to the long confidential: memorandum given to the state de-i partment before the withdrawal of von I'apen was requested, by thej American government. I Kept Close Scvrct. The contents of the confidential memorandum never have been dts-l closed and ure known to only three! persons in the state department, to President Wilson, und to one or two officials in the department of justice. While some of tho occurrences out lined in the confidential memorandum have become public, it Is known that sensational portions f its contents liave never been printed. Soon to Bo Itibli.-dicd. SCOTLAND RAS FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH ZEPPELINS itwenty years past At the close, of the Kuropeun war, he said, he believed a great opportun ity would come, for international lim itation of armament and with a strong building program adopted, the United! States would be in a better position to urge that movement successfully thuu if lis fleet were weak. I'actory Plan Assailed. IJeprcsentative liuth r, of renrisyl-i jvunia, republican, assailed the sccre-: tury's recommendations for a govern- j mi lit projectile factory. He asserted I that tho specifications for navy armor, piercing heils were so high thut they! met sight.' ANTI-CATHOLIC MOO I HO ST 5 SCHILLER SENT MILITIA CALLED I could not be met bv manufacturers. Air Raider Circles Over One;,,nfl aw1 Iip hd rt'iis, to H City Hall Closed Against Meet-; ku" WM rauwi ilieve that the specifications for navy! . r, . . . , n. . The usual bombard l own tor horty Minutes: 1 -'-" i other material had: mg to rroiesi Against oiato This decL-iion wns announced in the i their new positions south of thej''i",e of the failure of William Gray Korges brook and at llethlncourt, the "'hi sous of Philadelphia and of Its French poured a direct und flunking I lIln Partners individually. fire into tho attacking Germans, who suffered heavy casualties. Along the remainder of the French front, artillery bombardments ha preilomluati d, allhougli there have been several combats near Verdun, in which the Gcrniuns lost four aero planes, and aerial raids by the j French on various German canton- mcnt.i in liclgiuiii. i Heavy ItoniluirdmeiilM, Artillery duels between the Ger j mans and Russians continue on the i eastern front. An attack by the Ger I mans against Ihe bridgehead ut 1k- l,v the Russians. TO HOSPITAL IN r n i , ( ,;ueen roveaieu uuring jvir. lianicis un- UIUjpillg DUIIIUSj OtJVei administration to tho People Killed, IBY MORN, NO JOURNAL RRICIAL LIARIO WR London, April S (7:13 p. m ) A .Scotch correspondent in a certain town, In a dispatch concerning Sun day night's air raid, says: "Scotland has had Its experience with a Zeppelin raid last night. A Zeppelin appeared ten minuteg boforo midnight and circled over the town Russian and Ger- jman governments. H suggested that I Rear Admiral Htrauss, chief of ord inance, be asked to produce a letter to the Krupp company of Germany. CrrrNsmlcnoc With Germany. Admiral .Strauss was summoned lut- inents are In prog ress on the Austro-Ituliail line. Airl fnr pHnrian QrlinnlQ1 -ituntinople reports that the Mill IUI Ottldllclll OtllUUIbi Turks, strongly reinforced, have CaUSe Of TrOUble, : checked the Russian offensive In tho Caucasus region and that the Otto- ' ' j man forces have made advances in 11 MORNING JOURNAL 6PICIAL LCASfU WIRI tho Tcbotulc valhy. I'elrograd, hovv- Haverhill, M iss., April SS. The local' ever, asserts that, the Russians have company of the slate militia was called: seized heavily fortified Turkish posl. Man er and read the letter in question. It; upon by Mayor Albert L. Hartlelt. to-jtions at an iillltiid- of l,00 feel wus a reply to an offer made before, night to assist the police in controlling; on the upper Tchuruk, and farther the war by tho Krupp company-(o suji-i ft crowd of r,000 peoplo concerned ln!south have captured a Turkish posl- piy 14-inch guns for the l-hlted Htates;a riotous demonstration in the vicinity, tlon and dispersed Turkish cavalry nitvy. Ihe ordnance bureau answered' of city hull. Muny windows In lho; detachments. that lf guns to meet the requirements building were broken by missiles. Mrltlsh nrv Itcalen. for forty minutes, dropping many jfuned in the offer could be provid- The crowd assembled us a result of, r Arabia, according to tho report, : bombs, warning of the enemy's tip- ule i-oinpauy s ma wouia nave iu-;an attempt to hold a meeting in thtnt, jjiitlsh near Kheikh Osnuin have 1 .u ....... ,hn tcntion. 'v,..u f,. fi.n .,iu,.uuin ti.. , , . r-intxln vim ltu,en'u nlleired letters ' ' ' ' I"-"i"e "i ., iw. v..., ........ n,.on unven lTom ioruiieu posiuons eonn endinc von der GolU are coiiJp,pt,tr!c ,ish,s ,,PinK cl,t ""' Kvel" T ? ? Rre not R"p( ifk-'tl'"1" " Ox sectarian schools. ThejwU h(.avy CUsaltles and forced to .ah,e I f ir? 1 . d . ll bo'l' remained calm and many per-jour 14-lnch guns." Admiral Strauss. meeting was regarded as antl-Ga.ho- rHr,at. , ,4 i f i a sons ventured Into the streets to get sum. jney are ror a rnucn superior, He. Tnoiuus u. LeyUen, of Mmnervuie, a.uui vuil uri UU1K, an ,,,,. i, -l.l KUn." mrt,n it,.,.. n, .,,....,, f,..v,,. Iln 'across tho Continental dlvld through tho Pachimiba pass lito a broad val ley which runs east to giui Andres, Villa's old heudqilurtcra, thence south to-.Santa Ysnbel, tho scene of Villa's massacre of eighteen Ameri can mining men, and then southeast through Kalevo to Parral. -' I T'Ji man win, brought thu hiur of Villa's arrival at 8atcvo here gave, a circumstaiillal account of tho ban dit's maneuvers and plan of cam paign. Whllo his story is imposrilblo jot verification his own credibility is vouched for by rcp'utuhle American business men here who huve em ployed him for several years. Villa In No Hatllcs. "Villa," ho said, "has never taken ...... fU,.,ln ...tll. n,.t. VV HO UaptUI'CU Dl'ltlSll I American or t'arranzlsta troops. Hh Steamship Single-handed onjS 1 f S the High Seas Is Committed t:pr,0!", f',,r "s th,,y could tha n . , ... . American advutice. At the same time tO rSyCOpatlllC Ward, th peons were instructed to ijive in- formation freely to the American of- j fleers, ulways provided that tho In formation wns false. Th story uf Villa's being wounded was carefully concocted for tho exprem purpose tf misleading Ocnerul Pershing and NEW! YORK CITY ,IU l SUOll I'B UUIUU JJU"HV- "i 1,(,,; ,, I lltll tllO WTCI'IIV on,l t,n mln.lnlVn. Cotl.ll., r 1, u ,1 n,l..r. The sinking by a Turkish subma- I rine in tho Uluck Seu, on March 110, i of a 1,000-lon Hiissian transport with j .u.sn toreign ouice in i.onuo. . ' " Htnl(.k but mllen ,lHm(1Ke was done In said tlwy had no knowledge of any tised ns the speaker. When the hour ' " ", ' , tw other vis ions of the correspondence, includ- the resift(,ntuu iPlilns or othf.r informution havinKlfor th), nwiinK arrived, the crowd i" 1' fl , ,1 ' ,?r, 1 Z V,"' nig the von Papen letters, were ,.... , ii1Wn lmi),.tfH in.ti,., p.i mu,.nJ fl-rmi -.f hull -m n un rlnriod ln " ' ' brought to the muted States by the " p ,..." " .iment. " I . d " Z' "V. n "L ! TurklHh Wilr " 11 Mh Gotland Yard dctoetlves in wboso " . itu:".": " """"Z , "".1.. vi v lZ u. 1 " ,Z ! "'at tho Russian hospital ship Portugal, was' torpedoed and sunk In assertion that the armor-piercing shell if by a preconcerted plan from specifications were too high, Admiral; parts of the city. Strauss produced the records of the department to show that the Midvale and Crucible Steel companies had de all the Pluck Hea. In one Instance penetrated a building! livered large quantities of shells that from the roof to the basement.' Another Scottish had passed the tests. I A Hrilish that in the off it-ill 1 German Finding the . police powerless, hv S).0,,ttl)(, n,Kht t,.n "Five nersomi were killed In (passage leading to a tenement build- nlent- t.,. ...t.A.... . 4.., Silllllu PfllU rri.uru lil.l 4li,i n ra rnut,A ,,1 . .4 It , , lntl 1 1,1 i:" H'lUlB W r, e 1,,llftt-ll I," I - ..tT ...V.,. l.V'U. UIIU ..... Vlt..', ..... uatuuy ion uei "U' i roast u m-m-: rnnkci their exist by means of fire es-I In answer to Representative Butler's Kleven falso alarms were rung in as w-i-aii. n, vvs me original jiiiiii'im of the British foreign office, it was. aid tonight, to publish the corre spondence some time ago, but its pub lication -was deferred to afford offi cials here a chance to act on its dis closures. T'I.qw,. Id r...,lt,.- -.4.4",..!.. .... ;A In m.? r'v TttA dtr 8,'.,tt!'H' t the arrival of a Jteppelin overjlo criticisms ot himself implied oraction the cltiZen soldiers would take.' i"1'- "' ,h" T I.. ,lu the same unnamed town shortly be- stated uuring tne testimony or Rear whoso instructions, it any, von Papen mlt,Iligbx An ,ncenUlHry boillb Admiral Fiske, former aide for op- was acting when he, endorsed von deiiwu ,iwmj ,, )m,4,r,i,4,i,. at I erations. and became involved in a Linu3 im Kuppuea mill nun capes. Two servant girls employed in a doctor's house were killed while a man was killed In the street. Two hotels were struck and several per sons were killed or injured. A bomb mayor decided- about 11 o'clock to seek the aid of the militia. The sounding of tho ml III Iti signal on the fire alarm! hud the effect of bringing to the scene! statement says air raid over persons I were killed and eleven Injured. There were no casualties in the sections of IDV MflRNIHtS JOURNAL RRICIAL. I.IAIIO WtRKl New York, April 3. Clarence Reg inald Hudson, alius Ernest Hchlller, who single-handed took possession of tho Hrlllsh freight steamship Mutop- j ''flour! Dorld Into the belief that the . on the blirh seas wns e.onmlttert i ,,,,nU" ln """"If " ' "10U England attacked by the raiders. Secretary Daniels replied at length more thousands, courlous to see -whut money to carry thi,m out. fire to a building, which blazed up in j warm controversy with Uepresenta- Anti-rUoctMk-k Blii Approved. Washington, April 3. The Kenyon bill to prohibit interstate transporta tion of racetrack information was ap proved today by X sub-committee of 'he senate Interstate comorce committee. The Day in Congress Met at noon. ' ri'.Bumed debate on the army bill. Judiciary committee postponed con sideration of Biundei nvralnatiou. sin h a manner that the correspond ent said tho glare must have revealed the whole countryside to the Germany. The subsequent movements of the machine, the correspondent adds, sug gested that it was able to determine Its location, p.ombs continued to fall ln quick succession. Several narrow ly missed prominent buildings, but muny others landed harmlessly in open spaces. There were so many persons in the street that it was not surprising that numerous casualties resulted, due. to j , flying glass and splinters of wood. The most serious damag, both to life and property, was in the densely pop ulated poorer districts of the town. tive liritten, of Illinois, republican. Responding to. questions by Chairman Padgett, ho said Admiral Klslie had sought appointment as commander of the Atlantic fleet when Rear Admiral Badger retired and had repeatedly re quested It, to the secretary's great embarassment. IVefcrred ru-tcher. In the city hall meanwhile many people who had arrived early for the meeting found th'-mselves locked In with the building besieged by the crowd. Friends ou the outside who tried to communicate with those In side the building found the telephone wires out of order. j One section of the crowd around! tho building went to the residence of Dr. Herbert R. Wales and attacked thej house. Dr. Wales wns interested in Pierlin asserts that F.dlnburgh und of Forth and tho Tyno were visited by the Zeppelins anil that violent ex plosions and numerous fires occurred both In England and Scotland. All the, airships returned to their base. NEW COUNSEL FOR DEFENSE OF CAPLAN .Mr. Daniels said he told Admiral L;on's corning her, r MOKNIN JOURNAL ClL LtfO Willi I I, o AnpHfH, April 3. New cimnHi.l The rcMiilonco; ,, llih l,fl t , , -( 1M - - , tl... hi it 1 - A 1 a l ' V" I , ft M:"' GJUj 'Hill int. t ur,. Fiske that Admiral Fletcher, then j " pr ' oiner or me h ll(.a ,,,, , cnun rap commanding a squadron in Mexican i'",mol7S"f e meeting, was treat-, urn( ys )( ,,.l,irf, niwt1K. waters, seemed ent iled to tlte sti.ir" ""'" lasui-n,. j-hil in uie pointment. Admiral Fl.tke replied to tlie psychopatttli: ward at Hellevip hospital tonight for observation. Hud son, who, Edited States Attorney If. Hnowden MarshalJ earlier In tho day aiinonueed, bad not committed a breach of federal laws within this Jurisdiction, was taken In charge by District Attorney Swann after his re lease by federal authorities. Hudson, with George Kaller und Otto Milleder, were arrested In con rii'Ctloii with an alleged plot to dam age the .steamship Punonla, wero questioned for (wo hours ln the dla Irlct attorney's office. I.aler Hudson was taken before a magistrate, who committed him to Hellevue for ten dnys. Horn In ICiisnla. District Attorney swann said ho had learned that (Schiller was bom lu Peirtigrad, KusMa, of an English father and a German mother. He wus In the Ilritlsh army for a time and for three months w'us at the military camp at .Salisbury Plains. Ho came to New Yoik in March, 1'JKi, and had worked since in fac tories and mi furnis. Tho police say they have learned that Hudson's parents and two sis ters now are in Kngiuiid. His father, previous lo the declaration of war, was manager of cotton mills In Mos cow. According to Information galh- talns and thereby Inducing them to split their forces Into small search lug parties who would waste their time In the wild Sierras whll Villa, w.-ia making his way safely south ward," Gulden Not Ib'llitlritt. This purt of the story Is given col or by the admission of General Per- jshlng today that, his department has been given much misleading informa tion and that It wns becoming more difficult to secure reliable guides. Continuing his atory, the man said: "The American officers were fooled ut first but they have a fair knowl edge of tho real ttlttiatlon now nnd tho advance column In driving south east with all the speed they can com mand. Their ono chance of catching up with Villa is that they have a good road and should not bo handi capped by tho big problem of forage, and water. Tho trail from Kan An tonio to Hatevo leads through a broad valley where there Is generally plenty of water at this time of the year and which Is fairly fertile anil well cultivated. Of course, tho peon farm ers will try to conceal their grain but American gold and sliver will bo a temptation many of thorn will be unable to resist Must It,- Caught (juicily. "If they can catch up with Villa before ho gets into tho Torreou dis- Met at noon. Miscellaneous bills, requiring unan imous consent were considered. Secretary Daniels main discussed national defense before naval com mittee. Hrigadier, General C.aler. chief of erdnanre, ratified bire the mili tary commitfye. Representative Porlacd, Missouri, "d DooHttle,! anvs, uVged Invcsli gutlon of packing houses, before judi ciary committee. AMMUNITION PLANTS ON COASTS FAVORED V MORNIN4 JOURNAL RRICIAL LIASIO WIRC. Washington, April 3. Hrlgadier General Crozier, chief of army ord nance, told the house military commit tee today that the army already has a reserve of ?25,00,00n rounds of am hunllon for rifles and machine guns. but should have 296,000,000 more. General Crozier said It would be a good policy to have a small arms am munition plant on both coasts. that Fletcher did not want It. the secrelary said, and asked that Ihe. ap pointment be held up until he could write to Fletcher. This wus done, Mr. Daniels said, and when Mr. Fletcher I replied that, he would be honored ly!'re attacked and : . ('apian Is with killing . Il, ll-L'IU 1 Ph. . . Am,'r",;:n Charles llager.y, a victim mt the dy- Charles Hoyt, commissioner of publ.c namilin(r f th ,.r,H Angele? Times In '), "no iritioe a iiemonsirauon. tl'110 .iean mie, ucis ot violence contin ued ln other parts of the city. the command, he was uppolnted; and ovrecgeu irom mm nine on Aomirai risnc was not in harmonic with the navy depart ment. "Our. first difference," said the sec retary, "was ovrr the wine mesH or der. Admiral Fiske was greatly ag grieved. He said navy officers would go to using cocaine. My only regret about the order Is that I did not issue Jacob Margolis, of Pittsburgh, an attorney active lu cases growing frr.n, rlr.lirw ,, I Vitimswlrtu-n fltti The rooms of the National f lubi t. .,,,,. r mis uo ,,,.r,!.,i ,.1. the furnishings! , i, it on March 5, when I came intojOf fice, instead of waiting." , ' "o to Drink. ( e had been MiuaiiH or police were sent, (.,,lef of counsel for the defense, and to guard tho residences of the mayor! , assistant. Kdwlu V. Mt-Kenzie, no- ,i,ui ,.,.,rr ,rii,,,eis or hip cuy govern- f.Pd th', district attorney that they I r.r(..i i... ii, ii,.., ii,.,i i j i trict. they ought to be able to kill ..,i,v r, tin,, nun wrtn till ' out of bis father's hntu. d,.ri,,. .. capture him, but If he Is able to quarrel w hich arowo when Hudson ! J"ln brought a tramp Into the house while his father was iitertalnlng a. dlMin- ginsbed guest, and Insisted that the trump should be treated on the. same i-quiiuiy as rue guesr, j- forces with Canuto Reyes thV , I will have a difficult tusk aheud of ! them." j Mextcuii officials here and In IJuurez refused to discuss thu prob ability of Villa being close to Par- j ral, but they showed no inclination to belittle the story. General Ga ! vira. the Juarez commander, said he PLEAD NOT GUILTYil",d "ot r,"i'ivpJ n,'ws from ,nn fr,mt , j ss the wires between Juares and casus , mimics were aKtiin oui- wi con- MEXICAN EDITORS merit. The police station. In he base ment of the city building was be sieged. No arrests Were reported. .SuiiHtariuiii Probe Continued. Chicago, April 3. The civil service Investigation of the municipal tubercu loi'ls sanitarium of which Dr. Theodore B. Sachs, who committed suicide ves- terdayy, was heud, will be continued, according to announcement made to day hy Mayor Thompson, had withdrawn. When the case called they were not in court Caplun said he did not know they were not. Disagreement us to tactlts. it !RV MORNINa JOURNAL RPICAL LIAttIO WlRI j l.,,M A not. ( A,.,,, 11 ...... I.. , was ! " ,. .... ..... nndj mason and r.iti ique c lores wnyiMagon, brothers and editors, pleuil-'tl not guilty today In I nited State" was ! district court to Indictments returned mission, duo to heavy storms. p.i:i.ii: i: n.u has ELIDED AMERICANS sold later, caused the withdrawal of Coghhtn and McKe.nzie. Caplun, It was said, was the finul arbiter and picked Margolis' way of conducting tho defense. A continuance was given until Wednesday. Mu.i 1 nt.,nfn Tnv Atirtl A Th against the,,, In February by tbeft.Hr irMBl.d yesterday at army grand Jury, charging them with " headquarters that Francisco Villa had lng the mails to incite murder an i PHL.Hp,d froin the Tegion n which arson through the publication of El Regeneration, an alleged revolution ary Mexican newspaper. .o date for their trial v. at aet. General Pemhingg columns are op erating, became a conviction by the close of today. No report from Mex- ico stated that he had disappeared.