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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION Tktv.skvkntu year. Albuquerque, New Mexico, Saturday, May 13, 1916. Dully by Carrlt-r or Mall, OOo a Month. Single Coplett, 64 vol.. CI. AMERICANS MAKE ANOTHER DASH ACROSS BORDER AFTER BANDITS Cavalry Troops Are Reported to Have Crossed Rio Grande . to Rescue Citizen of United States, PARLEY FOR EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS FUTILE Surprise Attack Is Believed to Be Only Means of Effect ing an Early Liberation of Captive. r monin jounNtt. ciai. luiii wmti Marathon, Tex., May 12. Reports reaching here tonight Indicate that Major George Langhorne and TroopR A and 11, Eighth cavalry, have again dashed across the Rio Grande from Boquillas in an effort to surprise the bandits holding Jesse Decmer a pris oner. H. U. Husbrouck, an astayer em ployed with a lioqulllag mining con cern and now a government scout, ar rived ''ere today with messages for Capt. John S. Chamber at Marathon. He is said to have told personal friends that Col. Frod W. Sibley. In ommnnd of the Big liend expedition- iiry force, would order Major Lans-iing of tho indictments returned home to reinvade. Mexico, as It was' against them last December for con-..10..-...1 ,i,., nncrnnntinn. f,,r an ex- SDlrintr with Franz von Itinteleii, Ger- ehanto of orisoners between Lanfr-lmnn horne and the bandits had fallen j chnnan, of Illinois; Pavid Lamar, "the through. I wolf of W all street," and others, to ('apt. John S. Chnmbers, base com-1 restrain the shipment of munitions to mitnder, is planning to establish two j the entente allies by inciting strikes motor truck relay stations on Hie Mar-1 in violation of the Sherman antl-nthon-Boqtiillas road. V,';. j trust law. No News of Parley. No news of the' reported long range parley between Major Lnnghnrn-" ;1 the Mexican bandits for the reka Deenier, in exchange for the three Mexican bandits captured recently, were deemed available tonight. Army men here, ure of the opinion that If the stories of the so-called 'conference between Langhorne and ' the bandits are true it must result in failure. Deemer, if alive, must be! rescued by force, which must call for a sudden dash toward the place where the bandits ore said to have their ren dezvous. To Reinforce (Jarrlson. The 127th company of coast artil lery, about 150 men, from Fort Sam! Houston, will arrive early tomorrow morning. Van of tho company will reinforce the local garrison while the, remainder will be used as guards along the Marathon-Boquillns road, leading to Colonel Sibley's expedition ary column. j it was orlirinallv intended to en 0 camp the entire company nt Mara- inon, nut in view ol tne sniping u. yesterday and the present lnstb uf, the communication lines, Captain Chambers decided to change the dis position of the troops. KequisltioiiH for an additional mo tor truck section made several days ug is expected to br honored by the war department shortly. PROMISES TO OA PIT HE SLAVERS OF AMERICAN Urownsvlllo, Tex,, May 12. United Slates soldiers Will not cross Into Mex ico from this tectlon of the border, it was said at Fort Brown tonight, as the result of the killing of Curtis Biiyles, American farmer, by three supposed Mexican bandits netir Mer cedes last night. The bandits escaped across the Rio Grande. The matter was referred to Gen. Al fred flieaut, Oairanzu commander at Malanioros, opposite here, and upon his promise to apprehend the Mexi cans no further action will be taken at this time. ' Two shots fired from the Mexican side of the VUo Grande at two United N'utes cavalrymen patrolling the bor der early today, caused a complaint to be made tonight io Carranza milt try authorities at Matamoros through American Consul J. H. John son. Several shots have been fired -.ctosk th" river in that vicinity late-lv- General lileaot has promised a Tore vigilant patrol on the American side. Gold !n polls From Canada. N'cw York. May 12. Additional Im PtTts of gold from Canada were re ceived by J. p. Morgan & Co., today, 'naKing a total thua far this week of more than $3,000,000. The gold, whlch is more or le?s equally divided hito sovereigns and bars, came from Uawa in connection, it is believed, with r?cent purchases of supplies by tl.e Dominion of Canada. The Day in Congress j SFAATE. K,nitor Sherman resunied his nt tck in the river and harbor bill. Brand.-ig Investigation yas reopen ed. p. , , , ,,, , led Lodge bill to withdraw aico- from l,r.r.1 tnv dnuh.rillAr, f fPd ! of tax. HOISE. debate on ' Hosunifil Vtll. rural credits '""onslJered tolls. niiscellaneoug pension THE WEATHER THE WEATHER FORECAST. Denver. May 12. New Mexico: Saturday partly cloudy, colder eas: portion ; Sunday generally fair, cooler southeast portion. LOCAL WEATHER REPORT. For twenty-four hour ending at t p. m. yesterday. Maximum temperature. X3 degrees: minimum, 41 decrees; range, 42 de preen; temperature at 6 p. m., 74 de grees; southwest wind; clear. CITY BAXK OLEARXNG8. Yesterday J52.626.0S. AUSTRIA AGREES TO SUPPORTJGREEK LOAN 1y MotNiNa iounNAL ar-ciAt. lca-kd wiftti Athens, May It (via Paris, May 12.) The Austrian member of tho Interna tional financial commission lias been instruetou by his government to sup port the Greek government's project for a new internal loan. The govern ment expects to Issue tho loan ut 88 1-2 with interest at 5 per cent. The- Greek government has become involve In serious financial difficul ties, owing to the situation brought about by the war and the expense of keeping Its army In the field. The finances of Greece are supervised by an International commission repre senting Germany, Austrla-iTIungary, France, Great Britain, Italy and Rus sia. A dispatch from Athens yester day said the commission had disap proved a project for an Internal loan of thirty million drachmae. Munitions Division ItiwnNl New York, May 12. Decision was reserved by Judge Wolverton, of Ore gon, sitting in the federal district court here today, on the motions made by Frank S. Monnett, former attorney general of Ohio, and Jacob O. Taylor, president of Labor's Na- tionul Peace council, for the quash- agent; Congressman Frank Hu- Visit Of Premier tO Dublin S Believed to Open Way to the Unraveling of Irish Tan gle, MY MOBWNa JOUHMAl. CIAI LtAdCO IMI London. Mav 12. Premier As- l...,.u ,.unlvo In irr. to Dill) " M ,)y & ,uport. - -, ,, had - )f asmiufi1ll(f political pas-; ASOUITR POURS OIL Oil TROUBLED ITERS OP ERIN sions. Parliament does not meet,sive, but Petrograd says the move- Frtdavs and the fact mat mere wrto . ment was repuiscu. rarioer noun, ' . ... , " " ' , ,u . , , hcsh on, but tti a afternoon the ciu ruaa., ........ ....I i ... h,in. nbnnt AU,.i,i,ni ,.:i,i,.h i i.m..u.i , flaRH waving, it Is safe to say that we,ir.nk between the United Slates and , , no session louav iu;i.'ru v,j ...n a dav of calm, in strange contrast to j yesterday's sensations. The onlv new fact concerning the ituation in Ireland Is that two other lenders In th rebellion, whose execu tion was delayed by Tremler Aso.ulth'8 undertaking that there would be no further executions until after parlia ment had debated John Dillon's mo tion, have been put. to death. They were James Connolly, one of the sign ers of the proclamation of the Irish republic, and John MeDermoU. It eems extremely probable that now there will be no more executions. Deplore Cladcti of Dillon, Some regret was expressed today over the selection of Mr. Dillon to move the resolution in the house of common concerning Ihe executions. vii r,f ihe slroimest supporters of Ireland's cause advanced the belief that it would have been better baa some less emotional Irish member been selected for that duty. The feeling prevails that now everything possible ought to be done to avoid Inflaming public sentiment. Much regret is voiced by influential liberal newspapers that the govern ment failed to stop the execution of Connolly and McDormott. The Man Chester Guardia:i and the Nation con tend that a commutation of 'heso i sentences would nave, uee.11 " clemency but policy- Asiiuttti !nve.tlgatci. Premier AsQiiith appears to have spent the day in Dublin seeing offi cials and acquainting himself person ally with the situation, and It is pre sumed that it may be two or three ihtvH before any radical derisions are adop'M:. although it ia recognized on ail sides that there Is urgent need o res-establish an etfetcive ..'II ov-ernnu-iii in Ireland. .Much nope is expressed that somc- i thing will come of tne piojeu S hiiicnt between Jotin lieuuii.u" Sir Fdward Carson. j Rolca-ed on Own Rl-llRTlizan I Xe.tr York. May 12. L'nge.l rt ilronkorst, awaiting tiial with Max Breiturig and Dr. Arthur Kienzle mi , . . . i... ....j- . .-i,n- der an inuiciriienr onuu' ."'-. 1 ,unition.-can ying 11 . . ... ... .y... ships, was ordered released rrom m Tombs n his own recognisance. H bad been unable to furnish $2.'.'0tt bull and it was explained to United States Judge Wolverton by the federa district attorney s office that his trial could not begin before the full term. ULIIIIinilU ULILL BRITISH FIRST L English Admit Loss of Posi tion, but Claim Partial Re conquest; French Win Along Meuse, RUSSIA REPORTS GAINS ON SEVERAL FRONTS Teuton Attacks Near Dvinsk Repulsed; Moslems Defeat ed Near Erzerum and Per sian Frontier, t MONIN JOUONAL 1CIAL ICAHO WIMI Switching their attack from the Vordun region against the French, the Germans have begun agsin a sharp offensive against the British line around Hulluch. Preceding their movements with the usual heavy bombardments, the Germans launched an infantry attack against the British lines in the region of Vermclle and were successful In capturing first line trenches over a front of about 500 yards. The Drit Isll admit the loss of the position, but say that part of them were retaken in u counter-attack. Many Ii1soner Taken. Berlin declares that In their de fense of the trenches, nnd especially later in the counter-attacks, the Brit- Ish suffered heavy casualties and in addition lost men taken prisoners and several machine guns captured. Around Verdun the French on the left bank of the Meuse have recap tured points of vantage previously taken from them southeast of Hnu court by thei Germans. Bombard ments are. again taking place in the viclnty of Le Mort Homme and Cu mieres and against the French first and second line trenches on the right bank of the Meuse between the Hsiu drcmont wood and Vuux. A German attack southeast jf Fort Douaumont was repulsed. German RepiiNc in Russia. Considerable infantry fighting, which as yet ha.s been without result, is in progress, on the Dvinsk and Ja cobstudt sectors of the Russian front. Petrnp-rsid rerinrta th:.t flel'mnn at- tacks at several points here and far- l uier simiui nave lieen icwiosnu, 111 the Austro-Itallan theater In tense artillery actions are ensuing in the Col Dl Luna zone, und the Ital ians have put down two Austrian at tempts to attack against captured po sitions on Mount Cukla. Russians Claim Victories. Tetrograd reports further progress for the Russians fighting against the Turks near the Persian frontier, with Bagdad as their objective. Here the Turks attempted to take the of fen. - (u-' .. ....... ... fifty miles west of Russians claim to hav progress westward Is at variance with the claims of Con stantinople, which says that the Rus sians, driven out of their positions nt Mount Kope, west of Frzerum, are making every effort to maintain themselves in new positions. Two other leaders in the Irish re bellion, James Connolly, known us commandant-general of the Irish re publican army, and John MucDer mott, have been tried by court-martial and shot. ANOTHER VICTIM OF WRECK IS PICKED UP lV MONIN JOURNAL CIAL UAKO W1MI San Francisco, May 12. Another lifeboat which contained a body, be lieved to be thnt of John G. Dennis, second officer of the sunken steamer Roanoke, was picked up today by the Pacific Mail liner City of Para, ac cording to a radio message received from that vessel lat today. The body was found off Point Arguello, fifty miles south of Port San Luis, where a boat containing the three known survivors of the wreck drifted into the surf Wednesday. The body was burled ut sou. The two other boats reported by tho sutvivors to have been launched from the foundering Roanoke Tues day afternoon have nut been account ed for and hope that others of the vessel's, crew of nearly fifty will be found aiive has been abandoned. Tho United States destroyers Hull, Truxtun and Hopkins and a number of launches continued today to patrol the coast near Port .San Luis looking ! for the remaining bouts. Clovis Banks I-rosiicrou. Cloxls, X. M.. May 12. That Clovis is on a solid financial foundation is evidenced by the bank statements just issued showing their condition nt tho close of business May 1. The Clovis National had on deposit $216,775.03; I the First National 22X,2t4 5 and the Citizens' ';s,fi1.2ti, tho latter bank having only been open for business since March 25. 1916. The total de posits in the Clovis bank on May 1 were olS,710.S-". On June 30, 1915, the total deposit were 1309.947.16. making an Increase in ten months of ?202,TI3.8. A VIOLENT EARTHQUAKE SHAKES IDAHO CAPITAL tY MONIM JOURNAL aPfCIAl L( AMD Wl-tl Boise, Idaho. May 12. -Holm ex perienced early tonight the most vio lent earthquake shock In the history of the city. The tremor which oc curred at 7:2(1 lusted about three sec onds und wa more in tho nature of an upheaval than a wave. In the downtown district people rushed from the buildings to tho street. Tonight' trembler wua the second in a fortnight, the first having been recorded on April 30. At Wctser, sixty miles west, the Quake was felt with exceptional vio lence. A new gas well, in which a flow was struck ten days ago, allotted! remarkable increase of pressure im mediately ufter the shake. Tho flow caught fire tonight and hundreds of people watched the shooting flames. In liolse several brick chimney were wrecked. The tremor wan not fell to the east of liolse, Twenty five miles north, at Emmet, tho ciuako wus violent and alarmed the inhabitants. Nanipa. to the south, also felt the shake, as did Idaho City, thirty-six miles north. Window ruttled nt Tayetle. QUAKE IS ALSO KELT l MONTANA Anaconda, Mont., May 12. An earthquake distinctly fell here at 7:30 o'clock, tonight, Buildings In tho business district were shaken but no damage was done. Inspiring Scene Presented at Railroad Station as Com pany K Entrains for Ser vice on Mexican Border, -CIAL COHHOMOC TO MOSNINg JOUKNAL) Clovis, N. M., May 12. With two bands playing patriotic airs and with the largest part of the population of Clovla on hand to say farewell and bid them God speed, Company K, New! Mexico national guard, located here, departed yesterday afternoon nt 4:30 o'clock for Columbus, X. M., for pa trol duly on the lyjrdor, and it may be that some of thm at least, in tho event of war with Mexico, by volun- teerlng In the regular army, to rhase Mexicans through the land of cactus, chili con came and frijoles south of the Rio Grande. It could not bo determined, unless a vote were taken oil the question, If the people of Clovls believe in pre paredness or not. Hut in yesterday's demonstration there was nothing to. Indicate that our people are opposed to war. Our boys were going to the front and our people turned out in a body to see them off. of course, it may be merely a frolic on which they have embarked, und then, again, it is; possible that a hard campaign con fronts them. Some of them may give up their lives for their country, and ... . , nobody knows what the future has In I OLOVIS CITIZENS GIVE GUARDSMEN GREAT SEND-OFF store for them. But as the boy!r0. ,. Fraijo. commander of th: marched bravely down the street yes-i ....,1 ..III. V- r. r. A ll,- . , v 1 i i -...1 rSmaerum the"11 Ml a I,rldp ,n l"!ln bl' " r'"-kt ! Mexico, if he would become a Mexl ;t made further I a" l'fffritr, Miiiiill though it was, fori can citizen. Herron says he ref used, This however lthu defense of our country. ,'i'hls Calles denies flatly, saying that . . , ,. . i Orators Bid God SMed. With the company drawn up In line on the depot platform Judge G. A. Richardson of Roswell, who Is here holding court, and Sam Brutton of Clovis, addressed the boys and as sured them that they went forth fol lowed by the well wishes and prayers of every citizen of Clovis, who, if need be, would follow them onto Mex ican battlefields In order that the In sults to the stars and stripes and the taking of American lives by bandit band, might be a'enged. There were in the crowd yesterday I assembled to see the soldiers depart for the front gray haired fathers who, perhaps in the years gone by, wear ing either the blue or tho gray, had themselves marched forth to battle; there were mothers whose appearance Indicated that they had ulmost reach- ed the evening of life, who, years ago, i had witnessed a similar scene when lllisuniiu, illiiiin-i 1,1 nftl-l-uii-uu ,l,iu, harkened to his country' call; there! were wives, sister nnd, in some in- Tt. .. ..I,. I T l.,UtnJ l i tiuuira, Mir ii. , i.-.i ueuinu III--. Ana, wnjie the parting was nard, and! there was many a tear-dlmmed eye ! in tho crowd, they all seemed to think brought to a close today the twelfth 1 wo will agree on a report and that that as duty had called the boys toianllUM meeting of tho .National As-j the agreement will come tomorrow," the front. It w.'is only fitting that they j j.oj.jtiuf, for the Study und I'reven-j wid Senator Chamberlain tonight, should make some sacrifice, If" need j ,jn 0f Tuberculosis. Dr. Kdwm It. "Thf-rn are still some points of Ini tio, In order that the cull might bena,jwjn of Saiamio. Lake, X. Y., aa I poi tance in dispute, but It look now answered. Mcnilx-ri of CniMiny. The members of Company K who! a. Miller of New York, vice presl departed today are; Captain, Perry j dents. j Keown; second lieutenant, John C, ! Today'd discusslonn drew epei t op- j luik,iii; quiiiier niu-u-r niTgeani, -.iinion on clinical, putnojogicul and A. Nichols; sergeants, Forrest Long, F,,ei0lc.gical aspects of tuberculoslg. Ixiuts Thomas and William F. Beck; D;1Knoi,s of tuberculosis bv X-iays corporals, Charles Davenport and . v. uei-K; cook, uarry scir; musician, Paul CJore; private?, It(,li(;rt Anderson, Harry B. Byard. I-o ITooley, Altus L. Crossland, Charlie Q Dover, K. Fitzhugh, Thomas B. Fenner, Uhl .1. Floyd, Henry H. llufr. Thomas J. Jones, Irf-Hliw K. Mills, Hugo Marelc, b:rl McDjnuld, Aaron Sadler. Karl H. Slaughlerbeck, Robert A. Stubhs, William Shannon, Ralph Boylcs and Charlie B- Wilson. First Lieutenant Hobart R. Miller did not accompany tli boys, he being detailed on duty hare fur the present in charge of the recruiting station. The car containing the Clovis com pany was attacked to a special train bearing the Carlsbad, A.rtesUt and 1'ortale compaoiei), MEXICAN TROOPS BELIEVED TO BE E About 2,000 Cat rancistas Reported as Marching to Fronteras, Tweifly -nine Miles From Douglas. MINING MEN PREPARE TO LEAVE MEXICO Employes, Alarmed by Press Repoits, Pack Up Belong ings in Expectation of Warning From Consul, Douglas, Am.., May 12. Arrival today from Naco 8y that word was received there from Canaliea that ap proximately 2.000 de facto Mexican Infantry had reached there Thursday 1IG TOWARD AMERICAN IN froin the west on special trains, incir.cd states district court at Kansas destination was not divulged but It! City, involving $lo,S4 7 and growing wiib currently rumored around Can - unea that they were to go to Del Rio, and detrain there to inarch overland J to the concentration camp nt Fron- terns, twenty-nine miles south f Donzlu. Although prepared by press reports for a warning to leave Mexico, Amer- lean mimng men In the section of Ho-, llOH Angeles, Callf .May IS. Fraiik Thm wa no evidence amon ad nora south or here received no such, jnney, manager of the Ctah Cop- mMMrntim offhdals of greutW In word today from Consul Hmpich, prr company and an associate of D. C. ; .rjaH.d Ponci,ril OVer the events nt th upon whom the duly wou d devolve. jilc,K of Han Francisco In mining . hord nm, Jn Ml.xloo, Pr,,gdent WH Arrlvals from Nacowirl today r port-, enterprises, died here today following ,. , , . .uk.nii " e,i that many of the employes there have packed such portions of their possessions as they wish to bring with jlhem should a warning come, ns they expect within tho next few days. No Cattle Near Dorder. As a result of a dispute carried on through the newspaper of Douglas,; between Jim Herron, an American cattleman who on Thursday uight smuggled fiOlt head of cattle across the border from Konora, and Gon. P. Fllos fallen, military governor of the suite, General Olles Issued an arbi trary order tonight that no cattl" j should be brought nearer than fifteen miles .if the international boundary. Whenever cattle enter this zone their owners must first ha obtained it special permit from the authorities and soldiers must accompany tho cut tle, the order says. , Callcs Threaten f oreigners. Calles, after declaring that the only persons who have violated his coiifi- : dence and smuggled uny cattle have been Americans, threatens nil for elgners who may attempt similar ae-i tlvities in the future with the amo punishments thnt would be given Mexican citizens, Iii-.. .loiivi.. IIimI I'lllluU Olll'lt li ni I ,r""" """ --..-- a wnuen ugiec nent a y.: .. "J" uort z.uua cuuie in uerus u, i , . .. .i. , the rate of $5 per head. Ho a.vsthat vam n Auga I'rleta, inomised him UI.. I., ..U l n ... m . . ....- i - . . . ! he cannot issiio such a permit wllhoul the authorization of Vcnustiano Car ranza, which has never been given. Tn Sun fill' Ollth'H. Alter a conference between Herron -'i'- ostein provided In the senate bill j and Ives G. Irf-lovler, Mexican consul, I"- ht 11 lllhl '"' expanded to 218, nt which the two were unable to agree 000 men In an emergency. The nu-) on terms of settlement, Calles issued I tiopal guurd would aggregate lOU.OlMt j his order, while Lelevi.-r said that lie;""'", r.-iioiieu io uiKe ail oniu oi ui wa having an attorney prepare pa- j h'giauee to the national government peis in a suit to be filed in the fed-ja-nd to bo given reprcHi nUitlon on the oral court, seeking to attach the cat- Bencral staff of the army. The house tie and recover the amount of the j amendment to the government nitrate duty alleged to be due the Mexican plant section of the senate hill has government. j -wn accepted. The cattle ure In the hands of the While there ure many details to he federal officials here and will prob worked out tomorrow, th- tentative ably be released to lli-rron, after ! agreements tonight prompted several proper inspection, although he may j of the conferees tn predict that corn have to pay a heavy fine for his pleto ugl -cement and announcement of breach of the rules governing impor- the result could eb made tomorrow. tat ion. A TLT 1 RFRCI 1 1 OS IS MEETING ADJOURNS ,.y monmMa jouhnai -teiA(. ICA-IO WIKfj Washington ,,iru;.rH an, May 12. Election of ei.-tk.nal (iim-uselons chosen president, and Dr. W- H. Hani-las f kin of Raleigh, .N". C. and Dr. James - has been universally successful in the opinion of thoso who discussed it l (,, , j i I section, Although Us U alue depends largely on Its use in connection with other means of diag nosis. An address nv Joan Andrews, sec rotary of the American Association i lor uibor legislation, featured a meeting of the, sociological Meet ion. He predicted early adoption ill the United Slates fny compulsory health Insurance similar to thnt in effect In L'uropoan countries. Dr. Charles J. Haifa I.l of Washington, at the same meeting, urged that industrial towns and cities be urged to organize work ing meii and women in the campaign against tuberculosis. Medical exam ination of employes was advocated Crimes of Modem Bluebeard Exposed ! HOnita JOURNAL MCIAL UAtlo IHI Ituda I'cst, May 12 (via London, 4 p. m.) Further official Investiga tion into the rase of the modern Blue beard in the village of Cinkota who, it develops, was known as Beta Kiss, shows that the man has made a prac tice for years, according to tho police, of d"coylng women by marriage ad vertisements, obtaining their money on marriage promises and then mur dering them. The police have a record of eight een women wlin whom Kiss at vari ous tlmcri atjsorlatid, eight of whom have long been reported us missing, while the ten others have not yet been found. In the homo he had occupied were discovered packaged of love Ut tei from all parts of the world. In cluding the Cnited Ht.ttes. Four of tho seven sealed leaden eases found In Ihe dwelling were open, Tlv con tained the bodies of strangled women, while in the fourth were seven Wom en' dresses, line was Identified, as belonging to a young woman who had been missing for ti'ii years. There appears to be no doubt that Kiss died at Valjevo. Serbia, as pre viously reported. Although he rarely worked, he spent, money so generous ly that he was known as the "Ameri can uncle." by Dr. Hurry K. Mock of Chicago, as InsurancB for corporations that em ploy large numbers of men and women. Dig Suit DlsnuWd. Denver, .May 12. Hull In the L'nlt- 1 out of the sale of Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Pawnee Bill's Far Kust shows, wuh dismissed today, accord - iuK , a private telegram from Kansas fiiy. n was wild a settlement had been leached out of court. Coius r Magnate Dies, r l"",i'""'. '" ie ,ua son left this afternoon for a weeK. nn 0.riltlou for ap,en,llcltis. lie wasltHp rtow le Chesapeako bay on iflfty yPilrs olll. tMl. janm,y,, home ' nnvul ,,aoht Muyf lower. Becr was here, although much of his time was spent, in Salt Lake City. TO BILL, IS BELIEF DeadlOCk Between Senate and HOLISe at tO MeaSUre tOr National Defense Will Prob ably Be Broken Today, W'ujtiiing-ton, May 1 2. ABrr?mnt I Of Hiii, Mfmfttt- nti.l liniiKf r-iinfirif nrniv n-oruHnlziit Inn til 1 1 im vx pected to be reached tomorrow an we cull, lllii ice llillljoa uiueieu n len - , ,,.,, ... ,, r. . , i. .,..... . i..u. 4 .. . .... , , . seclloiis still left oin disputr A dead- . . 'oik was in pinspni '"'A wild ill 'i"n rr, i . r-- " , " . fcrenct) wus calm und r.suib cume . i 4 K ' r as could be learned tonight ! ra"lM ,-...,- I.. l.r. I 1.1- I h""i ,,, ,, ,. v, j the conference bill would aggregate 175,000 fighting men in lime of peace organized m accordance with the eiu. d lii the senate i.jll j Tho senate federal volunteer army !ilan has been aliaiidoned but there is it ii-niuiive agreement, to ainenii ine scetlon .-.ut horizing iiiililsry Instruc tion camps for volunteer citizens so as to provide that citizens shall he paid at the rate of pay for enlisted men wnite ncuiftliy in naming. "' think It, can safely be said that though we have finished fighting and ate ready to finish the work." Verbal Will Probated. Santa Fe, May 12. -Rather unus ual was tho procedure In probate court today accept inr the verbal will Of Mr. Frank It. Plomteaux. Mis. Plomteaux, who died after a long ill ness with pneumonia, when he felt death nigh, sent for Aitorn-y fl. M. Rend to draft h written will. The.at- AGREE ON ARMY !torn.-v was unable to come, and In thej"'"'" "m'i. "".. ".-..-. i ! presence of Prohat- .lo.l C-nuto At- to suggest a disposition of !nrM Un.l Cdv r-ln.-k Hcn.v Ab.rld. -he troops ill view of what had been she be(Oentiied verbally on.-half of her estate to her husband, Frank R. Plomteaux, ami tho other half to a niece. The estate consists mostly of a large adobe house valued at fii.eOO and furniture and furnishings. Shopmen -t Increase. l.aramle, Wyo., May 12. About 150 shoprnpn hero are affected by the Increase of 5 per cent in pay an. nounced by the Union Pacific rail road today. WASHINGTON IS SHOWING LITTLE GONGERN OVER BORDER TANGLE President and Secretary Ba ker Leave for Week-end Tiip; Lansing and Arredon do Do Not Confer, PERSHING WILL REMAIN PENDING DEVELOPMENTS Mobilization of Militia ; From Border States and Strength ening of Regular Patrol Continue, IKV MOUSING JOUHHAk SPtctAl LtABt Washington, May 12. Fallur of the military conference at Kl Pao to reach a definite agreement has brought no change in tho policy to ward Mexico of the Washington ftd ministration. President Wilson and hi cabinet discussed General Scott' report n nounrlng that tho question at issua j had been referred back by the con ferees to their respective govern j meats for diplomatic discussion, Iitcr It was officially stated that the sltua i tion was unchanged. UUI. Increase.! (Vmovni. j omi irti, (.inn ai i"'vu th yacht Mayflower. Seorntary Baker took a train for Atlantic City and Newark, N. J,, and will not return until Sunday. The text of General, Heott' report of his final discussion ha not been made public. There are. Indication, however, that he arrived at aotnethlnir in the nature of a gentleman' under standing with the Mexican war min ister, though it possibly had no mora definite form than a atatement by teach side of what step- It purjosed taking toward checking ruldlng along the Texas border, renewed with th attack at Olonft Bprings. Pershing to Remain. . Pending new ordsrs from the pres ident, it wan made tilaln at tho war department today that General Per- sning expennion wouia remain in Mexico watching; developments be yond the border. Meanwhile, mobili zation of national guardmon from the border stnteg and of additional regulars to strengthen the border pa trol at points along the 1,800 mllo stretch not protected hy the expedi tion, continues. Should raiding be re newed additional state troops will b called out for border duty, and wher- ,j lever the bandit leav a hot trail tho (Himy Will IHH lirniiwa III iuibw: u i i t In Mexico. i An indieallon of the attitude of sumo members of . or-ere-i townrd the f :i.;i"-il nm of (ii-ti.-i-.i! I 'in ran?.,, that thn American expedition be reculicj, tamo In the senate today when Sena tor Lewi declared he believed the majority of tho senate would never , .. , . ,. . i ......... t I V. ,.., ""r'u V f ' AnJ"k'an" hm be0n pUV: ""f- T -"'"' ',M P"k 'n , " , " "" yon, nun notning uuequaio was ou ing done to safeguard the soldier liow In Mexico. Senator Ix'wls de clared every possible precaution wua bdng takon by tho war department.' Diplomats Remain Inactive. Neither Secretary Lansing nor F.ll neo Arredondo, Carranza umbussador designate, took any atcp during tho day toward renewing diplomatic dis cussion of tho points that arose dur ing Him military conference. Mr. Ar redondo wan awaiting Instructions from his government. Secretary Iin slng will dlseitH.it matters with Gen eral Scott on his return next Week bo-, foro taking up informal communica tions with the Mexican ambassador. There was nothing to indicate any de blre to press mntters on either aide. War department officials laid stress on the fact thut General Fun ston's orders were unchanged. While General Per.shlng is concentrating his forcea along a shortened line. It wa stated positively that he would hurry south again immediately If he re ceived Information that Villa or any considerable, number of hia land had gathered at a point within striking distance. General rerhtng. it. was stated, kept going as lonp: us be huJ a. hot trail to follow. For days there haa been no mention of Villa's nnme In official dispatches und officials-hr and at the border do not know Ids whereo bouts or even whether he la still alive. It wus this situation, it was declared, aa will u the increas ing danger of chiHhcn with the Mexi can population as the scattered chase ''eomplisli.-d towards dispersing the bandit. i Tho most advanced post Of the es Ipedltlon Is 111 the legion of San An tonio, 216 miles south of the border. Hi'ason for Concentration. The concentration now in progress mils made necessury in part by tho approach of the rainy fleaaon and thei Increased difficulties that are to bo expected in carrying; to tha front tha va.t quantity of auppliva needed for . the troops. The guaricrixuMtcr'a do