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AIM QUERQUE MORNING J OURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION rjJwTV.SF.VEXTU VEAft. Sixteen Pages Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sunday, May 14, 1915. Sixteen Pages Dally by Carrier or Mall, Mfc Month, Single Copte, Be MIMRYTPK unmLiii i iiuui u AFTER BANDITS ME TO HALT BELOW BORDER Major Langhorne Awaits Ar rival of Superior With Rein forcements, After Penetrat ing 50 Miles Into Mexico, FRIGHTENED PRISONER IS USED AS GUIDE American Brings Details of Second Punitive Expedition; Says Intention Is Not to Re main Long. iar mokkin journal spccim. Linn wimi Marathon, Tex., May 13. Fifty miles south of the Mexican border from Boquillas, Major Langhorne halted his (huh after the Glenn Springs and Boquillas raiders tonight (o await the arrival of Col. Frederick W, Sibley and three troops of the Fourteenth cavalry. Earlier In the day advance scouts of Major Langhorno's equadroit met with several Mexican cowboys and from Information secured from them learned that tho bandits were con centrated ubout eighty miles south ward and numbered over 600. Upon receipt of this news, Major I-ang-horne sent a courier to advise Colonel Sibley, commander of the expedition. From an authoritative source it was learned that Colonel Sibley decided to cross with tho Fourteenth cavalry, leaving a small garrison at Boquillas, the sub-buse, and push on with all speed In the hopo that Major Lang home would not attack until be ar rtver. Before fording the P.lo Grande, Colonel Sibley is said to have telegraphed General Fuiiston, now at Sun Antonio, for more troops for the expedition. t'apt. John P. Chambers, base quartermaster here., la rushing food, forage and gasoline to the columns l.i.i li.i.i kn'itt. Mvatia.1, an other section of automobile truckB will reach here from tho north and will be put into commission between Mu rat Hon and Langhorne's troops Im mediately. Story uf Kxpedition. Otis Aultman, an American, arrived THE WEATHER the wrc.vriiKu forecast. Denver, May 13. New Mexico: Sunday, fair In south, unsettled with probably, rain north portion, cooler; Monday, fair and cooler. DEMOCRATS MUST liOOAJ, WKATHKU ItETORT. For twenty-four hour ending at 4 p. m. yesterday. Maximum temperature, 80 degrees minimum, 44 degrees: range. 36 de grees; temperature at 6 p .m., 09 d groes; west wind; partly cloudy. GO AFTER PEACE CITI BANK CLEARINGS. Yesterday $43,925.10. Clearing for tlx; Week. 34,807.57. element to win DECLARES BRYAN Pacifists in Republican Party Should Bo Drawn Upon to Make Victory Possible. Says Commoner, has been begging Major Langhorne to spare his life, promising to return to guide the Americans to where his companions could be found. Alvarez's offer was accepted and he was taken along with the column when It enter ed Mexico Wednesday evening. Deputy Sheriff James Shoemaker, of Marathon, arrived here tonight from HoquiHas, bringing with him un der a guard of four soldiers, Macarlo A!varc2 and Keginlo Oarcia, the ban dits who, guarding seven American mining men after the Boquillas raid were in turn made prisoners by their captives. Shoemaker turned the men over to the local military authorities. It is not known as yet what disposl- II.... n. ; 1 1 C- Mn,lA .L.AtH nnuc Wi.i .,v Miauc Ul .oco. I MORNIN JOURNAL PReiAL LAo WIRJ Cavalryman llHapears. Lincoln, Neb., May 13. In a signed A soldiers of Troop A of the Four- article published today. W. J. Bryan teenth cavalry. Captain Cole com-j declares the democratic party muit, manding, whoue name could not be j in order to win the coming campaign, learned, disappeared from the gar- "moVp toward peace" and thereby rlson at Olenn Springs Just before thajcap(Uro the peace element in tho re men were ordered away, and up till j publican party, lie begins his ar late tonight hail not been found by a (Hole ny quoting from a Chicago news posse hunting for him. j paper1., editorial In which Mr. Wilson Direct wire communication with . s called a minority president, in that Boqulllas and San Vicente is expected , ho received fewer votes than Roose- to be, in operation early tomorrow velt and Taft combined, and say. the; tnnehn b(.tw(011 ,he ,Uvi.r son morning. For three days Capt. Her- democrats must face tho fact that a !.,., .,,. t ,.i, i REFERS TO OPPONENTS' MAJORITY OF 1,300,000 President Is Urged to Bring European War to End and Thus Execute Great Politi cal Coup, F RENCH REPULSE FOES AT VERDUN RUSSIAN S AGAI DEFEAT MOSLEMS Attacks on Defenders' Posi tions West of the Mouse Break Down; Turks Lose Heavily in Armenia, GERMAN DRIVE ON EAST FRONT IMMINENT Petrograd Expects Offensive by von Hiridcrburg on Riga Dvinsk Sector in the Near Future, ; a mosnins journal riciAi Lt.tro wmi The Hermans continue their efforts i to force through the Kronen lines at MEXICANS SHOW BETTER SPIRIT AS RESULT OF E PARLEY Closer Co-operation Between Americans and Carrancis tas Attributed to "Gentle men's Agreement," FIRST CHIEF HAS NOT RENEWED DEMANDS Indications Are That Question of Withdrawal Is Not to Be Pressed at the Present Time, tv MORMIN JOURNAL M ICIAL UARIO WIRII Washington, May 13. Indications reached the war department todny Would Experiment With Corpse in Court Iftv MORNtNa JOURNAL RRICIAL LIARID WINtl Boulder, Colo., May 13. District Attorney Unwell V. Fleming on nounced today he would petition the dim riot court for permission to Intro duce a corpse Into the court room where Rlenal Dickens Is on trial charged with the murder of his fath er, William H. Dickens. According to the petition, the dis trict attorney would Introduce the corpse as rebuttal testimony, punc ture the body with a bullet In an ef fort to prove the contention of the prosecution that a bullet, fired In the court room, would penetrate tho body and emerge Intact. COTUAM HOLDS RECORD-BREAKING PROCESSION FOR PREPAREDNESS patH bandits near M-xicn City and Villa outlaws near Taiuaulipas, was reported, however, in consulur dis patches. Unconfirmed private re ports to the stale department con tained rumors that Felix liiiu, recent ly reported to be fomenting an anti Carruuui revolution In southern Mex ico, had crossed Into Guatemala. Verdun. Attacks against tho French j that the Scoit-Obrcgon border con positions iwcst of Hill .101 nnd the slope northeast (uf IjC Morte Hommo wore repulsed, according to tho lutes'. French official Ktatement. Furls re ports Intense, artillery activity on both rides in Champagne. FARM CREDIT BILL ENTERSJ.AST STAGE (RV MORNINO JOURNAL IPICUL LRARID MMRII Washington, May 13. The house failed to complete debate today ns ex pected on the rural credits bill, and leaders said tonight It would be pass- ; ed Monday. Speaker Clark took the floor to Ui-Ke every member to vol. Greatest Civic Parade in Coun try's History Contains 150, 000 Participants; Lasts Twelve Hours, ALL WALKS OF LIFE ARE REPRESENTED One Division Is Composed of Street Sweepers, While An other Consists of Supremo Court Justices, iar MORIONS JOURNAL fPICIAL KAMI New York, May 13. New York expressed its attitude on the ques- for the! Hon of national preparedness today ference, although officially deserlhed I M .. , .,! ni-iii declarations i by holding the greatest civic parade us having ended in a deadlock, ao-, ln Bupport of liln argument that "we the history of the country. An al tunlly had resulted in closer '',-"I'' j hav all promised this legislation."' mo,t countless host of men and worn .ration between the American I The speaker said thru no member of ! estimated at more than 160.000, lunuiuu lorcea in nn-Mcu, nu tlu, house, of any party, eoul.l vote, j representing en warns or uiu in io were Intimations that, no written Farther to the north the Germane agreement had been drawn up by the I against the bill und then safely ex- natlon's metropolis, marched for twelve hours, twenty nbreust, behind I made three bert 1 Kvans, of the signal corps, milted republican ti.'irty will enter the has had a staff of men in the fitsld : oamiiuicn with a popular majority of rushing this work. CONFEREES AGREE UPON 20000 AS 1BV MORNIN JOURNAL RPItOAL LEARIO WINK) Washington, May here tonight from Boquillas with de-;army of 20fi 000 men, tails of Major Langhorne s second in- PEACE STRENGTH Standing Army May Be Ex . panded to 256,00.0, Sup ported by 425,000 Federal ized Reserves, 1,3000,000 vote.s. Continuing, he says "To the normal republican advant age must be added the dissatisfaction among (ierman and Irish democrats. Without attempting to decide whelh- r.i. tl.A rv...ui'lf,ri n..i.. il-Iua it. IlllU-laO In taking the course that alienated , " " , ' . " V,. r..,.V m n- don states that the Germane succeed ed in entering s Hritlsh trench, but were driven out. ItushiaiiN Win in Ai-monlii. Petrograd reports further progress Genernl Scott telegraphed that Gen eral obregon had indicated a fear as1 to tho effect a fornml protocol for Immeaeurablw value to farmers. defeat tb nartv In several e 'TS by the Indians l ' , '1 : attacks against British conferees because they decided morel ,...!, ,. ,1,.. i.ni ...i.i i... bands playing patriotic airs through, NommeH'ould be accomplished without one. ,' ,,, ,,,,, f ,,,., anr ln 1 flag bedecked street lined With hun-. I II..n..i.l li.luiit'.n.hi.d (I.. 'it (Inn. .. .U....u,.i.lu 9 flhmi.lutf r.Art. the Fnlted Stales and would I 0f j . i..w..- v. v..- ....B IlllloiH. All inv pruii'naiun trades which make up the complex I life of the clly were represented. I ln one division were the street sweepers, In their uniforms of white. whllo in another .were the dignified Justices of the supreme court of New York. There also were the clergy ! nearly 200, representing every denom- Inaiion In tho natlon'a greatest city. ontlnued presence of American troops on Mexican soil might have on j Mexican public, opinion In view of; defeat the party In several elose states. IVuce Moment Pivotal. for the ItUHHlan arms in Armenia.' A',,",",ra' i.arrunzue oenmmi ior uo powerful Turkish attack delivered at drawal, presented more than a month high mountain range In the direction ! he as explaining the failure of the es to go runner tnan an un- gentlemen's agreement as to diers bv the Ilusiians. metnoos or co-operation m tne cam The successful conclusion of a (wo DEMOCRATS FAVOR days' engagement between the Kus filan left wing nnd the Turks Is re- "From What source can we draw ; ported by Petrograd. the number of recruits necessary to givo the party a fighting chancer From one source and from one source only, namely, the peace element of the republican party; we cannot draw votes from the war element, "There is a peace element in the republican party as shown by the vnto cast f,or Henry Ford in Michigan, Ne braska and other states. This is the only element to which the democratic party can appeal, and to appeal to 1.1. v Ktandine' this element it wilt De necessary to ennnblf of be- do more than has yet been done. If! Germans Jkctive on H.t. In the east tho Germans are dis playing pronounced activity along the jia lira nguiiist banditry ' Cnrrunaislas to Co-oihtuU. Kvidences that th's agreement was being carried out cumo today iu of ficial telegrams reporting the move ments of both American and Carruti- kii troops. General Hcott telegraphed i BILLY ! WALTON FOR CONGRESS Riga -Dvlntk frort, and Petrograd In-! I hat he had assurances from General tlientest un:ixpectvi.tlon of a determln- j Obregon that Carranm commanders ed drive by Field 'Marshal von Hin-j hud eeu ordered to campaign against denburg iu this region in the near fu-1 bandits, both about Parral and ulong tare. It la not believed in the Itus- the Coahulla-Chlhuahua border Inihel slan caoital. however, that unv cen- ( region of the Pig fiend raids. Gen eral offensive by the Germans on the Itussian front is in Immediate pros pect. An offensive by the Germans eral Pershing reported that in accord ance with Instructions following the border conferences, he was shorten ing the American line of communl- vaslon of Mexico, which was made Thursday rvening at f o'clock from San Vicente, six miles west of Boqull Ifis. Mr. Aultman's story to the Asso ciated I'resa follows: "Major T-anghorne's arrangements to exchange his Mexican prisoners for Jesse Dcemer fell through. Early Thursday afternoon after a confer ence with Colonel Sibley, commander of the second ounitive expedition. It I was decided to make a quick dash across the river and follow the ban dits' trail. Everything was prepared and shortly after 5 o'clock a start was made from Boquillas to San Vicente and from there to the crossing. San Vicente was reached about S o'clock and Major Langhorne, at the head of his cavalry, plunged through the river to the Muxlcan side and the chase be gan. Following the cavalry were three automobiles, and two uutomo Wle trucks filled with food supplies nnd forage for the men and horses. Closing up the rear woe a long line of pack animals laden with forage, machine guns and 'ammunition. F.tpedUion riudy Punitive. ' "This morningr at 6 o'clock Colonel Sibley with Troops F and H of the Fourteenth cavalry and a machine Run troop left Boouillas for San Vi cente to take up the trail of Major Langhorne. It was Colonel Sibley's Intention to establish a base forty milci, south of Boqulllas and if neces sary himself and troops to push on. leaving a small guard at the estab lished base. Shortly after Colonel Sildey left for San Vicente two motor trucks and a large animal pack train 'eft to follow him into Mexico. So far as I can understand it Is not; Colonel Sibley's desire to remain long in Mexico. The expedition is made intf expanded in emergency to 256,- any considerable number of repuo- Ouo and backed up by a federalized j "' ung jen it icnuiy i mo piuxiueui national guard of 435,0H0 as a re- they would have shown it by writing .,, nllv was agreed on today i in his name as their choice when they ! against the Uritish expeditionary j cation and drawing In his scouting on by house and senate conferees on the army bill. The agreement will i.u lennrted to conarcss curly next week and the measure, the firt of j Peace. The opportunity Is here. The nHministration nreDaredness bills, 1., ; German government. In accepting this force in German Kant Africa, has been barren of results, according to un of ficial statement from London. German IHplomnt Hcslgns, The resignation of Mr. Clemens I. .. - ... II I ed it must be done by a move towsvd .(Uer interior, announced n,.nAn .in.nilltn l tu lta,0 1llCll ' expressed themselves at the primary. If this element Ik to be conclllat- expected to be before President Wil son for his signature soon after. Advocates of national defense re gard this conference agreement as a government's position in the subma rine controversy gives as one of Its reasons for doing so lta unwillingness to be responsible for extending or It refers to the .r.v, Tho rmnnrnm d lieiween !" '" ' the house and senate measures was fact that it hoe twice expressed a de aflected after weeks of struggle ! el to consider terms of peace. The .,.,,, latent demand of house ! way is open. Wilt the president take for a H iindlnir annv ui Solely for the purpose of hunting the ''audits to their lair, which Is eaid to lie over 100 miles south of the bor der and It is planned to return to Bo oulllaa within ten days." IVisouor as Guide. Katividad Alvarez, the lieutenant colonel of the Boqulllas raiders, one t three prisoners captured shortly after the raid, is being used as a ecout V Major Langhorne. For days Al varez, thinking he waa to be executed, conferees only 140,000 men, and until today It hud appeared that- the senate might be forced to yield. Tho senutc bill provided for 250,000. Minimum Is 100,000. The maximum enlisted strength would be attained under the con ference agreement within the next five years nnd it is stipulated that at no time shall the total be ks. than 10,000. The conference report also pro vides for government nitrate manu facturing plants to cots not exceed ing $0,000,000, for vocational edu cation in the regular army and for the Instruction of military training camps tor volunteer citizen, whose transportation, clothing and subsist ence expenses whiel In training would be paid by the federal government. Twining Camp Feature. The training camp feature as final ly approved is regarded as compen sation in a. measure for the leiierai volunteer rt serve of 1.000 meii which conferees were forced to aban don on insistence from the nouse. Other salient features of the meas ure provide for a board to investi gate the advisability of operating government muntiion plant ana Fall uro to secure peace terms would bring no humiliation while success would be of tremendous advantage to him politically, as well as a blessing to this country und the world. Ho can at one stroke destroy all the ad vantage the republican party now hae and make the race on tho record of a peace maker. Will he give voico to the world's conscience to humanity's hope?" from Berlin. Ill health is given ns the reason. Dissatisfaction has been widely expressed ln Germany recent ly witli the ministerial handling of the food situation us an outgrowth of which riots have been reported nnd (here have been hints recently thai the resignation of Dr. Delbrueck was imminent. PRODUCTION OF WHISKEY N U. S LEAPS UPWARD patrols. officials here believe that Nami qulpa will soon bo abandoned us his field base. Today was taken to In dlcato early retirement of the head of the American forces to Colonia Dublan. General Pershing also re ported that there were no Mexican forces in his vicinity. Activity Around Itlg IWnd. With Carrunza troops advancing to wnrd the border adjoining the Big Bend region, reports from Genera Funston indicated that American op erations thnro were to attain consld sldcrabie magnitude. An entire motor truck company hti been transferred from Columbus to Maralhan, Tex,, to form the line between Marathon, as the base, nnd Major Langhorne's troopers pursuing the bandits who raided Boqulllas and Glenn Springs. Whllo co-operative military move ments niR proceeding, diplomatic ne gotiations for a formal protocol cover ing the American expedition are Xr pectcd to be resumed next week by Convention Held in Silver animous County Nomination, i Lawyers, physicians, trained nurses, olenitis of , the JSpttiilsh-Amcrlcan, war all were ln line. . But the most popular division was made. up of th city's 10,000 national guardsmen In fantry, cavalry , and artillerywho brought up tho rear, General Wood Hntcx). "This," declared ' Major Generat Ci , , , . t r J i lA-oiwru woou, in euiumnna 01 nm ity UnanimOUSly tndOISeS department of the east, who reviewed fimnt Tnunfv Man for tne "arfttle' in trmcn argument, UUtllt wumv mail lui , nil)ri,.a h. oyer known for prepar edness against element that are at present unknown. " This Is What wo need. It shows that the time has come to do something ' in the matter of national preparation." ( The great civic army began march ing at 11:30 a. in and the hurt of them had not passed the reviewing etund riPKUIAL Oil PATCH To WORNIN4 JOURNAL! Sliver City, N. M., May 13. By a unanimous vote the Grant county democratic convention which met In Silver City today to elect delegates to ln Mudlsnn Square Garden until 9:39 the state convention to lie held in At- o'clock tonight, buquerquo May 24 adopted resolu- Aeroplane Over Broadway, tlon. urging the nomination of State Jt Major Mltchel and a par " , tv of municipal officers left the city Senator W. li. Walton for congress ; flt (he of th- im MyMoUt to succeed tho present incumbent, B. iftn fter0pin0 appeared above lower C. Hernandeii. The resolutions wero 1 Broadway and hovered around tho 1 strongly worded find were adopted . great skyscrapors. with prolonged enthusiastic cheers on , The paraaers niarcnea raptuiy, the part of the delegatus and specta- j more than 10,000 passing a given IorM i point within on hour. The action of the convention pos- With few exceptions the marchers sesses mor than ordinary importance 1 carried small American flagj. Tho from the fact that It Is the first en- women's division, estimated to num dorsemeut given any candidate for her 6,000 and ,000, began to appear nn.v state orrlce by the democrats of : before the reviewing stand about New Mexico. Senator Walton Is rec-: o'clock, Mrs. Theodore Koosevelt, ngnixed ns one of the strongest lead-! Mrs. Theodore Iloosevelt, Jr., and or of his party In the entire stale, nnd j Mrs. J. Borden llarrlman were among especlallv In southwestern New Mex-. those m line, DOMINICAN MINISTER REFUSES TO RESIGN IBt MOONINII JOURNAL SpBCIAL L1ASKO WIMI Washington, May 13. Messages to the statu department today from American Minister Mussel! at Santo Domingo reported that'General Arias, leader of the revolt against former President Jimlnes, does not now want to resign as war minister, although he has agreed recently to withdraw when Jimlnez resigned. . Minister Kussell was instructed to compe' General Arias' retirement, using American naval forces if necessary. A small force of marines has been I landed at San XJomingo olty by Ad miral Capterton, to protect Amerl- , .nn 1,1'c.h nnA urnncplir Minister Pom boaru to recominenn iiu.iniiu" j soil reported. industries. Ainncirn; in nivi-u w The Day in CongressJ - , SEXATK. Filibuster against rivers and bar u"rs appropriation bill by Senators Shaman un(1 Kenyon continued. Conference committee agreed on irniy reorganization bill to establish n urmy of 200.000 peace strength, and national guard of 425,000 men. Adjourned ut 2: -.'6 p. ni. until noon Monday. credits till ilOPMi ft bat on the rural ""numied. Adjourned at 5: :i p. m. to U a. ru. Monday. government to seize and operate pri vate munition plunts in time, of war. GOES TO ARRANGE PLAN FOR POLISH RELIEF 1ST MONNIHa JOURNAL tMCIAl. tlAlU Wll Now York, May 13. Alexander J. Hemphill, treasurer of the American commission for relief In Belgium, sailed today for London, where he will con.sider with Herbert C. Hoovir. chairman of tho commission, a plan to feed Poland that will c satisfac tory to both the entente allies and the central powers. Germany's offer to contribute 15. 00,000 marks a month toward the work will make provision for S.ooo. 00 of the population. Mr. 11 mphill suited. There ure fully IS.mOO.OoO destitute persons in Poland, be vald. British fiteanicr Snnk. Umdon Mav 13. The British steel steamer Kretria, of S.4 64 tons gross, has been sunk, Lloyd's shipping agency announced this evening. FILIBUSTER ON PORK BARREL CONTINUES 1ST MORMtNS JOURNAL SpKCtAL LCA6VO WtRt Washington, May 13. This waa the fifth uay of the filibuster against the rivers and harbors appropriation bill by Senators Kenyon and Sherman. ' Senator Kenon finished, after speaking for two hours, but an nounced he would continue to fight the bill and would offer amendments for projects where the appropriation asked was larger than he thought propper. Further consideration of th bill was deferred until Tuesday on motion of Chairman Clarke. lco where be has practiced law for Tiiomus A. r.dison, noiwiinsiamuuB many years, be is considered Invincl-1 his 60 years of ago, tramped along ble. It Is believed here that he would. With tho stride of men hulf hia "go, add much strength to the democratic at the head of a contingent of t wen ticket if nominated and would makejty-tw members of tho naval cuu- Soeretarv 1inslng and Fllseo Arre- ! """a'la "" the -normal republican suiting i,uru oi no initeu cares. Binmorj J..ilisiut i.iimco rtrre- ...,,.. Mr i "Sneh a iiiirmla nueds no eXnl'efl. vole iiirouniioui tint c-vuuu. ,-... . - --- - m. Walton was the democratic leader In : slon.'" declnred the Inventor. 'The ..... .... f..,, ru nri : fact I hat I inarched in it exiresed border .o report to Secretaries Baker j ; (,' ffr my sentiment, exactly." r- .. .. ' r. iiind Lansing. That General Carriin- ,.,,,1,,.. ,,.. i.,.u ,m,,i h I t,i one. of The great buildings In Wall etrcot UeSDlte bl'OWtn Ot hUmUltlOn,!2:1 la w:t,u" U,v lo mnke, ; fa(.lo.H jn ,h(. (J,.mu,;raUc and adjacent IhorouKhfareu were lit ' , tno next movp was linucaieu miuiy ny , dondo, (.'arrnnza's uide here. General ! Scott w ill return Monday from the I UUIpUI IIIIS Teal IS ,0UU,-iM'-. Airedondo, and ly Special Agent P ot TU ' UougurH nt Mexico t ny. ut" roriuer ulCaltr inaiMjti,, wa!( awaiting Instructions und 000 Gallons Ever Before, May liNtiMdie Clearing Plan. Washington, May 13. The federal reserve board announced today that it is considering an application of memberOs of the American Bankers' association for a postponement of the opening of the board's country-wide clearing plan, which was to go Into' effect about June 15. tr MORNING JOURNAL FPCCIAL llAKO W1RII Washington, May 13. Notwith standing the fact that prohibition laws have become effective in seven state since July 1, 1M15, approxi mately 7, 500,000 gallons more whis key has been produced in the Cnited States so fur dining this fiscal year ending June 30, than ever before, lie turns to the Internal revenue, bureau approximate the total increase for the year at. Iti.ooo.ono gallons. During the same period the produc tion of beer has fallen more limn 1.500,000 bar re In, or 45,000,000 gal lons from Ian year's figures. The total produc tion of beer for the year ending June 30, it is estimated, will be about. 60,000,000 gallons less than it was in the lust fiscal year An extraordinary increase iu the amount of cigars, cigarettes and to bacco is reported for tho current year. I The tx collected during the nine months ending .March 31 shows un in crease of approximately $5,000,0u0 on tobacco. Convention AceinnnMlatloii. Chicago, May 13 Reports that hotel accommodations for convention week were Inadequate were denied today by George 31. Spangler, Jr.. manager of the convention bureau of the Chicago Association of Commerce. Former Judge Dies Denver, May 13. Alfred Ilufus King, formerly associate judge of the stale court of appeals, died toJay af ter an extended Itlncea. ! Mr. Itodgers telegraphed that General Carraoza had not indicated that he would make immediate renewal of his demand for withdrawal. Italluay ()u-lii Attain. I'se of the Mexican railways for transportation of American soldiers ns well as Kiipplies probably will ho one of the prominent points urged by the Coiled states ln the negotiations. The fact that the rainy pennon In northern Mexico impedes motor truck tram-por- tatlou, emphasizes thy need for the railways, nit hough it was officially (stated tonight that every pound of available cavalry forage which lias reached General pcrhhmg since estab lishment of his advanc'd base had been rent over the railways through private shippers. , That customs restrictions) which have prevented shipment of ammuni tion Carranza authorities would be continued while thn diplomatic dls- ussionH proceed was also indiiated. It was slated that the policy which I hii.-i htopped all munitions shipped across tho border slncn the American expedition was launched, had not been changed. Mav Convene Coiirts-uuirtlul. Orders Issued today permitting General Pershing to convene, courts martial, were officially explained as calculated only to provide a meuns of dealing with infractions of military rules by Pershing's own men. It was emphusized that the court-martial au thority would not extend to prosecu tion of Mexican snipers. The war department was without confirmation tonight of new bandit operations in news dispatches from the border. Renewed activity of Za- olilics of the state. eiany covereu wun nags lino oo.o- Th democratic convenllon held fug. while band stationed nt virtually here todav was one of the most large-! every corner, played patriotic airs, ly attended and enthusiastic ever held fbisiness was suspended at, the noon in Grant county, every precinct being I hour. represented. The administration of I H was pointed out that It had tak l'resldcnt Wilson was warmly endors- en from March to to organize the ed and Asrlstan, Secretary of the In- ; parade, and that, notwithstanding th.i terior A. A. Jr. nes was endorsed for , demonstration in favor of prepared ti, nomination for Culled Stales sen- ness. "in. must be remembered that alor. FAIR AND COOL IS PREDICTION FOR WEEK the marchers were In no sense organ ized or equipped, for ihe defense of their country. Not a uniform had ben supplied, and not one piece of equipment, hud been furnished." Although reports were current dur ing the day that anarchists contem plated muklng a demonstration against tho marchers, tho parade wan cut rod out without a hitch, wi iu ics of Di :i i;.sii; I'VNDS OITMN'KD TRY MORNINtt JOURNAL RPICtAL LRARAD WIRI Washington. May 13. Weather predict Ions for tlie week beginning Sunday made by the weather huicai' today sny ; "Indications arc that the coming week will be generally overcast and cool with occasional local rains I Washington, May 13. Taxes on In- throughout the Atlantic states, tho ' comes, inheritance and war munitions Ohio valley and tho region of the j will be depended on to pay for tho urent lanes. preparedness program. Chairman "Similar conditions will prevail tin Klu-liln of the house ways and means first half of the week in the upper t commute, eald tonight after a con ference witli Secretary MoAdoo. The plan had the support, Mr. Kttehln faid, of President Wilson. What amounts will have to be rais ed cannot be determined until tho naval and orniy bills are completed. Mouthers of the ways and means com- Throw Hato SnIIm Filed. j mittee will begin work on this prob- Denver, May la. Threo suits ask- lem as quickly as posiMe, however. log reparation for $lS,sr,fi for alleged j l t her than a decision not to lower excessive coal rales were filed today the jpresenl exemption limit for tn- with the state public utilities com- comes, 3,000 for unmarried and J4, Mississippi valley and the plains states. "Generally fair and cool weather will prevail during the week over the ftocky mountain and plateau regions and the Pacific states." William E. Itnssell. 000 for married men, none of the de- Chietigo, Burlington &:tilg of thp tax plan huve been work- Union Pacific and the.ed out. mission by against the Qulncy, the Colorado Southern railroads. The cases rover shipments since May, 1910. from the northern Colorado fields, Plans for Imposing istamp taxes, on manufactured tobacco, liquors, beers, gasoline and other articles, Mr. Kltch in said, haj bucu definitely abandon